Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04212
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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 12, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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I 10lst Year STARKE.FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
47th Issue Thursday,June IZ, 11180 DSPS 062-700
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RSt Of City Grant to Develop : I

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Burning Generators I

-i Starke's hopes for a $3 million grant qua's right-hand-man Herb of which ..bloma.s..ls ninth on the
to convert its oil and gasburningpower Wadsworth. list. The Starke project was based on
plant to operate on wood gasification the use of biomass (wood waste)as an
were dashed against a hard Wadsworth asked that a copy of the alternate source of renewable energy :
rock of refection Monday with receiptof rejection letter be rushed to for operation of its power plant.Other
a form letter from the U.S. Depart- Gainesville for teletype transmissionto "subject areas" included: coal liquids
ment of Energy shutting the door to Fuqua's office, and agreed to coal gas, oil shale, tar sands, l
further consideration of the project. follow through with contacts to DOEto solid waste, and peat,

041r i Climaxing months of determine specific reasons for The other Item-checked
work, data. Starke's as a reason
compiling, trips to Washington, rejection.Two for Starke's rejection said the proposal
research By the of did not contain
University Florida Items on a four-point reason-1 "sufficient
Institute of Food and Agricultural for-rejection slip were checked as technical business cost and other information
Sciences, and encouraging messages causes of Starke's KO, but after 30 to enable comprehensive
from Washington, the cold wording of minutes of repeated readings and evaluation." The Starke proposal included
the form letter caught Starke sup analysis of the ambigious language, 109 pages of statistics from
porters with their plans down., Ted Oglesby, acting as the city's IFAS studies and local sources cover-

The bitter'pill, with no sugarcoating agent in negotiations; Guy Andrews, Ing the areas mentioned.The .
was in the hard-to- chairman of a citizens committee Starke project had been endorsed
It i i'G 'fathom wrap but assisting with promoting the plans, by Fuqua, as well as Sen.
''the bottom line was clear enough: and others attending the 8:30: a.m. Richard tone,.Sen. Lawton Chiles,
.."....your proposal has been removed meeting were still at a loss to read and Governor Bob Graham. At a Con
i from further-. consideration for between the lines.. gressional hearing on energy, held at.
the University of Florida last month
award. For instance: one of the adverse
items checked Indicated that the cl.ty's Rep. Richard Ottinger of New York,
j A hurriedly-called! meeting at City chairman of a House SubCommitteeon
C FLL project did not comply with item
l I + Hall
resulted in
a was so Impressed withStarke's
u energy
office I a) of the criteria which says each
call to the of Rep. Don Fuqua, must be for proposal presentation of its power
a "feasibility studyof
where news ol the rejection had not plant proposal that he commented It
of the
one or more subject areas
been received spite of promises by described In Section I1-A" might well be used by DOE as an
DOE "to contact us before -a final educational movie for encourage-
decision! was wade"according to Fu- Section i 1-A lists 12"subject areas"' ment of other U.S. towns and small

..cities to probe the potential of wood
source.gasification as an alternate ,energy, I

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James B. (Jimmy) Crosby Jr., add served as its chairman In
I 46y. 'Fat Albert' Biggest Biscuit Eater Skeeter's. Monday, June 9, announced that he 1977. He Is currently a member of the
'"'Is Sullivan'with sizable lined would be a candidate for Starke City Democratic State Committee.He .
everybody hungry? asked Asher 11 stomachs Is administrative
employed as an
up before the owner of Skeeter's Breakfast House. ready to compete for $175 Commissioner Group 3 in the non- assistant to Reception and ,don
partisan election on September 9.
In the Skeeter's
cash biscuit-eating contest. Medical Center Superintendent Jim
Allen 'Fat Albert'Scott,the 240-pound stalwart tackle. and second in the stateIn He is going to run for the seat now Godwin.
heavyweight wrestling, took first place by eating six Big Bisccuits In the 32 held by Harold Eppa who announcedthat Crosby lives'wIth his wife Leslie his
minutes allowed. It was Scott's limit, he couldn't finish a seventh biscuit. he would not be a candidate for day
Albert leans into a biscuit, right above, outside the new restaurant on US-301 another term on the commission.
is South. Minnie,one of the girls marking It down when a biscuit was finally stuff-
ed Into a mouth, marvels at Fat Albert's ability to stuff one-fourth of a Big Crosby is a native of Bradford
Biscuit Into his mouth at one time. Scott used butter and then added syrup and County and is a graduate of Bradford
drank Coke to get the buttermilk biscuits down. High School in Starke. He graduated

.Big Jack Raleigh below left,ate six Big Biscuits the night before while prac- from the University of Florida In Town (Crier
ticing, but could down only five In 32 minutes. Tall and slender Keith Griffis. Gainesville, majoring 'science.in public relations vie
hung right In there next to Fat Albert and tied Raleigh with five. The pair split and political His
the$73 second and third place money with the tie. courses included In govern .i'
Scott won$100 as the biggest eater. He'll use the prize money toward a trip to ment and government management.'
the national high school wrestling tournament he said. He worked two and a half years as
Above left,Lucius Wood has a pained expression as the girls markup a finished an aide to State' Rep. Frank Williams, .4 ,
biscuit and plop another down. D-Starke. SNryr r1
Above, contestants give a disbelieving"look"down the table as Scott polishes Crosby Is a member of the Bradford ,
off his sixth Big Biscuit. County Democratic executive com- I

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Millage Cap Limitation Set by'.Florida Jimmy CrosbyCity THIIIOODMOBILI II AT THIHADPORD Will I

Council Candidateand COUNTY HOSPITALAll

i I Expecting to have a tight money vestigate whether millage levied for the commission may not be countedby year or reduce services and programs their one month old son James B. DAYiATitR4AY.JVNLl I
situation In 1980-81. Bradford county such tax districts would be the to fit the coming In.
special state'as coming under the money Crosby, III, In Starke."I ---------- I
commissioners have asked attorney above and separate from property tax limit. will run to represent everyone ._ '
Dudley Hardy to Investigate creating mlllage levied by the county commis- Chairman Shuford also asked the It the fire departments are placedIn and plan to approach the campaign If FLAG DAYJUNDALJVNI14

special tax districts propositions to be sion. attorney to see if the millage for the special tax districts It could meanas successful in a positive manner. I will _._______ .
before voters in much as half a mill saved for the I
put September.Voter Last year the Florida Legislatureset can be listed entire
of the
work for the betterment
approval of special taxing a limit, or cap, on the amount of separate! on tax notices as Is county commission. County Fire City of Starke," Crosby said. ,_._ _
districts for the county's volunteerfire property tax millage the county com- millage for the hospital and county Harry Green wants about FATHER'S DAY
departments and, perhaps, county mission was allowed to levy. The health department now. $65,000 to operate his volunteer fire * *
sponsored recreation programs board was limited to a five percent Increase -, The county faces a budget deficit of fighting units on. The fire departments IlKS LODGI 1S02
would mean such programs would be or some$33,000.; some $200,000 in the upcoming 80-81 are In dire need of new equipment Councilman Epps HAG DAY OBSERVANCE
continued. If turned down by Brad- Commissioners feel certain there budget, commissioners now feel. The Including modern fire trucks. Z"M."ullllc I
ford voters, the programs would be will be a limit placed on the millage current budget was balanced with Chief Green is tired of fighting fires Invited
discontinued. they can levy again this funds exhausted. That Won't .
year. carryover now with outmoded and unreliable equip- Run Again -- ------ --- -- ----
Attorney Hardy was also asked by Therefore, any millage that can be means the commission will have to ment, Including worn out trucks. He _..J.91IQAL.JJL"LlL_
r Chairman Dave Shuford to In levied by means other than through come up with a millage Increase this wants to embark on a program to update Starke city commissioner Harold ELKS ILKITTIS

and Improve; fire fighting equip- Eppa won't run for re-election this Covered Dish at 7:00 P.M.
ment. September, he announced this week. Meetings. at 1:00: P.M.
The county commission is also look- Epps,46, Is a six-year veteran of the Or aia.a, w a a a
I $132,000 Budget Proposed' Lawtey Council Ing at increased expenses In other Starke council. He also represents the BRADFORD COUNTY
areas, such as maintenance of roads city on the North Central Florida SCHOOl BOARD MElTING
The state has turned back almost all Regional Planning Council. Epps Is a '7:00: P.M.TUISDAY .
$3,230 was trimmed off the 1960-81 from $8,859 approximately $6,000 year from $7,165 a year. Watts was paved roads to the county to maintain member of the executive board and a .
budget as Lawtey City Commissioners and State revenue sharing Is expectedto given a three percent cost of living increase but the road funds from the state member of the Clearing House Committee --11'- --
studied the new $132,000 be cut from $27ooo to$25,307. at his. request effective Oct. I, has not been Increased. Caught in a for federal and state grants for ) ,,
budget at a workshop Monday night. 1980. money squeeze of Its own the state the NCFRPC. FARMERS HOME ADMIN.
June 9. The proposed budget includes a six The commission took ho action on arequest Department of Transportation is cut- Time for his family and church are OFFICE will/ be closed
A portion of the money that was cut percent pay Increase for city by Police Chief M.M. includes an anticipated drop In state employees with the exception of Jordan to hire a fulltime backup to maintain roads formerly political service. His son, Epps STACKS
and federal revenue sharing funds. water department superintendent policeman. MayorCommissionerRobert classified as primary ,state roads, has stopped asking when his daddy MUTING-7 P.M.
Clerk Lucille Shuford reported that Barry Watts who earlier this month Scott declined to allow any See Tax Districts. Page 2A... will take him fishing. Epps wants City Mail .
federal revenue, sharing will .be cut was granted a pay Increase to$7,800 a discussion on the matter. He pointed time to do that. *'* * *fa'
,out there would be plenty of time for Besides the two city council ,SROOKIR BUDGET MARINO :
discussion: on the entire budget at the meetings per month. Epps has been S,,JO P.M.' .

'Odd.Couple' Ticket' i oh Sale ,July August and September monthly, attending at least two other meetings City HallCouAesy .. ;
meetings of the commission before Index... for the planning council. His duties ':,
";, the budget is formally adopted. with the city-have left the veteran Of'
Tickets for the play The Odd CoupLe -, Tickets 'are'$10 for dinner and the Two Sections councilman almost no time with his
," are on sale now., according to, play. The general fund has been cut back ,SECTION family Epps says. JACKSON BUILDING(f
Herb Herres, pro at the Starke Golf. One Saturday night (is already )sold to $86430 and the water department News.'...,.. .. ... j Pages IA-JA Epps says he is announcing his non- .
Country be staged Club where the comedy, ill .out,Herres says. budget has been tentatively. set at Editorial......v <..,.., ..page IA candidacy early to give people a. SUPPLY 01.stark' '; .;:
Stan of the play are Grover $45,875. Sports..... .. '..Paws IOA-I1A chance to run for his office. ,- ','
Howard and Don Neel.' Director I ia' The commission ,Is".scheduled to Society.... ._Pages SA.tAa.13A. "It's been great.....': Eppa says. ,Hwy. dot S 964-8078. ; ;
The play will run Thursday,Friday, i Richard Jockel. hold another workshop on the budget Lagals steal ..tr.......Page/A There have been good and bad times, Keystone H.ignl' '
and Saturday nights for Odd Couple" 'has been a prior to the July 7 monthly meeting. SECTION mtObituaries and I feel like a good working relationship Hwy 10O And at A
July 24-26 and July Si-August"., Broadway play a movie,and a televi No date had been set for the workshop .. .. ....... .Page I. has been established. (with '4734973i : }
sion show. as the Telegraph went to press,; ,CI''' lfl*fl.. .. .. .Page 4BA7B the people)." ..;;":

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Page 2A TELEGRAPH June It, I..

I Council Overrides Zoning: Board to Allow Mobile Home on GriimStreet_' I ISpot

toning of a single lot on Crum and Schaeffer against rescinding 'also-' pointed out that the committeethat In other action the commissioners recommended: by Utilities Director Commissioner Vernon Silcox said.
Street In the Reno section of Starke Oglesby, Silcox, and Waters favor) worked on the city's land use granted a $25 per week raise to Merrill Dees. Waters said the Also tabled until time when the city
from RIC (tingle family dwelling) to Mrs. Claire Cap a member of the plan was attempting to upgrade the automotive machanic Larry Thorn mechanic replaced by Thornton bad attorney will be present was the
RMI (mobile home*) was approvedby city zoning boarepointed out the fire area, now occupied,by mobile tomes ton,from(225 to$250 per week.Street been paid $233. matter of settlement out of court of a
the city commission on motion of hazard caused by the closeness of so that eventually it would become Chairman Wilbur Waters moved to Clerk Merrill Edwards pointed out suit and countersuit involving the city'
Street Chairman Wilbur Waters, mobile homes on Crum Street She predominantly conventional homes. grant the raise which be said was that money had not been budgeted for: and the Financial Indemnity Co.
rescinding a previous decision the either of these two raises, and again When Waters raised the question of
council had made on recommendation warned of the city's financial plight when the city would come to grips
of the City Planning and Zoning "We can't keep up with all oC our with the matter of salary for Merrill
Commission. Hampton Water System 85% Complete bills now, and the city departmentsare Dees, the new utilities director
The June 3 vote allows Palmer still overspending," Edwards Mayor Silcox said, "Let's table that,
... ... "
said."Some creditors threatening too.
Williams to place a mobile home In an are
area now toned for conventional Hampton's water system is approximately the water system asking for interestto that some of the water lines had been to cut us"off unless we pay them what the commission
homes. In arguing for rescinding the 85 percent complete, be paid for Kobar not receiving a placed on. land to which the city does we owe. Early In the meeting first reading an ordinance -
previous action denying Williams' request engineer Jerome Kelley told the city partial payment authorized in not have an easement. This property adopted on revisions in
Waters said Williams was beIng council at its monthly meeting Tues- February until May. City clerk Iris is adjacent to the fire station and owned Edwards also reminded commis- accepting the city's com-
denied the use of his property day night June 10. Hart said the check was lost the mail, by Paul Rhea.Rhea's sioners that he requested a raise for several elements which were
since the new zoning ordinance, The setting of the pump on the new causing the delay In payment Hart of'.er'; to the council. his office girls in December when prehensive land use plan review boards.
adopted In 197S, prevented him from well Is due in the near future, said indicated her present policy Is to send presented by an intermediary, Diane workers In several other departments unacceptable by state
replacing a mobile home that had Kelley project engineer for the firm all payments by certified mail to In- Brown was to sell the property to the received pay hikes that raised their A second reading and final adoptionwere at 7
been removed from the lot Waters of Sverdrup& Parcels of Gainesville.\ sure against this happening again. city for $1.200, an easement for$400 salaries to the same or comparable set for a public hearing the council's p.m.
also pointed out that at the present Extension of water lines to Hampton Final concensus of the council was -or to have the pipes removed. The level of many employees In Edwards' Tuesday, June 17. .
time mobile homes are predominanton Elementary School at a cost of to negotiate with Kobar over the$890 council's decision was to seek a department who had)been with the ci- regular third Tuesday meeting mandated night.Comprehenlave by
Crum Street. $6.500 to the project was approved by owned especially since the contractor reasonable appraisal of the property ty much longer. No action was ever plans, all
The Williams lot Is also less than the council after the proposal was was overpaid$3,500 in January. If Rhea pursues the matter In court. taken on this request Edwards add- the slate must be adopted and countiesby by
10.000 square feet, the minimum size presented by Kelley. s With the nearing completion of the All concerned agreed it was a ed. Florida municipalities
for a mobile home under the city's Discussion then turned to the bill water system. it was the council's regretable mistake, with several "Let's table It," Mayor July 1, 1980.
new zoning code.Following received by the council from Kobar decision to live all customers 30 clays groups and individuals sharing
the vote to rescind(Epps Constructors, the company building to connect to the system followinVia responsibility.
being i turned over to Christ
requirement Is to be published in the Charles Cox was hired as water
local press as well as a letter being plant operator for a six month period. Lutheran ChurchSunday
I From rage IA, sent to each customer. The bid, as accepted. Is for $200 per
.. ............:..... more Tax Districtscommissioners Councilman Charles Rowland questioned month for Cox to provide testing School will be recessedfor
Kelley about the feasibility of a reports to state health officials, aagenenl ;;
have repeatedlycited. tog budget year the commission secure vandal-proof building for the overseeing of the water plant the summer months.
fears. Budgeted in the current year auxiliary pump motors being provided. operation with his duties to begin with BIBLE CLASS 6 P.M.
Another area the county will get are $147,207 in federal revenue sharing Kelley said: such a building is not the opening of the system.A WORSHIP SERVICE 7 PM.
caught In Is a state-required audit of funds and $119,991 In state In the original contract and would small
controversy was generatedover
county books the cost of which has revenue sharing funds a total of have to come from funds left over the paying of some of the bills for Keystone Lions Club
been passed down to the county this $267.198: or 1.67 mills of taxes if the of the project. the fire department Ultimate decision Keystone Heights' Fla
year an estimated iw.ooo expenditure county lost all revenue sharing funds Responding to comments about the was that no gasoline is to be put Call 473-4177 9 to 5 p.m.
and replaced it with 'local tax dollars. location of fire hydrants in Hampton.
There will also be requests for the "It looks like we may get a little Kelley said several are only tem- Hampton Water.Page JA... 473.2007 After 5 p m
usual services, all of which. cost more revenue sharing funds. I don't know" porary locations due to construction:
with inflation commissioners note. said clerk Gib Brown "You hear it's of the water lines and that the council
There will" \also be raises requested for on and then off. Have. any of you had previously decided upon stand-
county employees with inflation citedas heard anything' The commissioners pipes. instead of traffic plugs due to
justification. And. the commissionis hadn't heard anything. the lower cost It was also mentionedthat
certain to be hit with many money Four county officials required to the council could trade standpipes -
requests in the upcoming budget sea turn in budget requests have submit for more water lines if the need
sions that would cost thousands moreif ted new budgets with an average In- arises prior to completion of the project
funded. crease of 10.76 percent A 6.S percent
State and federal revenue sharing pay increase for employees: is figuredin. Kelley stated that prior to the contractor MOST
funds may also decrease for this com- The county clerk budget request Is turning the sytem over to the 0
up 7.86 percent over the current city he would make a survey of items
budget the supervisior of elections
budget is up 18,52 percent over the bring
current year because of the big election completed,to recheck to determine if
Bradford year the property appraiser is this in fact. had been done. The 01gr
asking SOB percent more and the engineer reiterated several times
Bassmasters sheriff has four new cars to purchaseand that the City of Hampton is getting ex- '
is asking 11 60 percent more. actly what it contracted for either in
bv Neil Crawford "I'm dreading it. clerk Gib Brown the original agreement or In subse- "SATELLITE'
Saturday:May 10 the Bassmasters says of budget time which hits this quent contract changes.
held their monthly tournament and summer "Something has to give Following Kelley's presentation it
annual fish fry at Santa Fe Lake. somewhere. was brought to the council attention .
The tournament began at good
daylight and bassmasten fished un-
til 11 a.m.. then returned to the lan- Register Now !
ding to prepare food for the annual all-purpose

was Fish plentiful hushpuppies. grits slaw, etc. Opening Soon I i gives you most

It is a good thing we took some Happy Hours Pro-School and Doy-caro ''l comfort for
frozen bass fillet as those Santa Fe
bass are hard to find in May. "A., Happy P'forfhll' ;

Donnie Evans sad rnysjlf jp&hed.: ,. .. / Hampton B hh.:i u. t i.rt least money
"hard". m >b4qo B>(:i. Sfe tried ';: :j "' "iJoif'........ ; : = n .. ... '.
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everything that we OuullJUilrik of DINCt91' o "
Hea 3 ij1a+ .
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By 11 a m. Donnie had three bast'in --
the boat and I had one. We both Ma-S- Mary Lou Peoples ...-"50 EvonlnasImlta 1. Tiros to any angle -

lost some in the grass. .. MU..M... A a O..Lpw.at n.11Mwk. BP, down left, right
We talked to Charles Evans r
Donnie brother) and his partner, .......Mew".id ....._... -mad MOTHlIING.Opeoo 2. locks In any position,
They said they the
were hating same ."
or full "v
problem we" were having, _'ri. 7-Oe A.M.-6:00..M. automatically
After enjoying a very well prepared Croailvo, Christian Child-car e Maximum air movement
meal all bassmasters returned to the
blade size
lake to try and future out where those
bass were' hiding. and what" kind of 4. Baby-safe from all sides
bait they would" take.
Donnie and myself headed for the I 5. Quietest fan in its
east shore of the big lake. Vie" felt we A deal to keep
had one things bass figured out I finally landed air-moving class

We talked to Wit" Smith and his part. 6. Costs less than any
nero they had made about 10.000 castsin humming. D
the grass and out in the unable you comparable fanG
all kinds of lures, but was to
lure old but mouth. Wit said he would p
trade me all of his fishing tackle for a h.ct.2n asekc Whirlpool central air I 17" Steel Blades
drink of
conditioner before and ua
Donnie and I left the big lake and summer = ,
headed through the pass to the north Magnommstueo system for just$20'more.If : : $95
shore of the little lake. As we enteredthe '
pass we saw Edwin Johns and his y partner, and Earl Muse and his partner tral alt01lllfltinnet'IUI\\ .,tpo.il heating ando
anchored. using crank baits. ...tmg pmtmt dealer is!singing vnur SOUR I
worms.Finally Toemnhasize w hat a wind' investment a
they both to the north
shore of the little lake.came Wrm1..J mural cmdrtmo s Mryxui .hmie 6 Of MANY WAYS TO COOL WITH WIMDMAKt
the summer,well thn-w m Magnawx C1I11p1l1'
By now.time was running out.Don 4 J
rue landed another bass oa a crank era Stnen System fnrimhr! $20"noive if)..i mall
bait a selecird l Whirip.aC'f'lltralurcuncblaonn; : uc dJ-b.. I
At 7 p.m. all haqmasters returned heat pump t+efireJuly 31.19811.'Ib.1t i J
to the landing for the weigh-in. 4 oomplee,.lUnd. ""-tUml thle. .
After each nassmaster weighed his amplifier tuner 8. track tape player q' i
catch. Ken Berry placed first Ken J. I
also landed the \largest bass a Ti.poInwibehader and two speakers-all fcw$20,barely the < !
Corky Row placed second. pone ft*c,srpiro't albunw!
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of the dub, I would like to year
.*NDOW ......T
rental air omcnlCt' WINDOW IUWtIIIIOST
congratulate the two "lucky" hardnosed ynu rill( JUT SlUICE
flfJwnneft. can be humming alms mor
Sorry that President Dale Johns i tutnfnrt all Minwncr.V
and his partner, Don Brown, had log keig ....bet,,"the .
problems. Dale ran over a log IB' the hem's_CaDlIqn" ymr $3 i
canal between Alto Lake and little
\\ '' deakf tadyv, t
Santa Fe and
damaged his
Offer......t at pwtopanngdealrrsimfc; -
Earl M.an be blamed for this. )
He came through the canal so fast
that he washed up several tree L I
He go so high out of the water that WJirlp'; I
his 10 Mercury cut down some trees I s !
and they fell into the caaaL }
Done,as a blUe worried about this
as the partner always shares ex- N T >EStL r : iMOiaLT tOLX* : All CaMDmOJllX1
Many thanks to aB who helped

one make, especially our Annual the Fish_Fry_a great who BT8 8 Will MAKER FANS ..112" 11121" SIZES

prepared the food. It was roper ; ,.

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June 12.toss TELEGRAPH page 3A

I. New Minister Appointed < ':- 2 Bridges Qualify. for Federal Replacement :t I

Rev. Warren D. Langer. Jr. has He served as District Coordinator Two bridges in Bradford County 'or counties provided they meet the federal-state bridge renovation program i It''
been appointed the new minister of .of Christian Education in Gainesville qualify for federal funds In a replace federal criteria, Rogers added. he said.' .. ,
the First United Methodist Church of and serves in the Conference work ment program James Rogers, Bradford is one of 13 counties Rogers appreared apprise the r, I'
Starke, replacing Rev. George L. area of education. district facilities engineer for the among the 16 counties under Rogers', county commission it is time to I
Harper who retired t two weeks ago. Prior to his service In Gainesville state Department of Transportation supervision which has a chance at the relnspect Bradford bridges/ for safety. >
in ,
Rev. Langer served Bynum Lake City, told the county commission -

The appointment was effective Methodist Church In Bynum, N.C., Monday. March 3. (From Page 2A) ; II
yesterday (Wednesday June 11)) and served two years as associate Ten percent of the remodeling cost more Hampton Water :
when Rev. Langer and his family pastor of the Hollywood Hills United the bridges will be paid for by the
were due to move to the Methodist Methodist Church. state and 90 percent by federal funds In any city vehicle except the police sworth Is progressing: satisfactorily.
parsonage in Starke. Rev. Langer has been active in he said. Funds are doled out to cities car, without approval of council Attempts to contact owners of the ,I
member Lola Williamson; chairwoman local cemetery in a bid to gain title j,
Rev. Kiwanis
Langer 30 come to Starke scouting programs subcommittee. had not made much headway. d
of the police
after serving two years as associate and church athletic teams. He Hardenbrook said. .'
pastor of the First United Methodist also serves as chaplain bf the 345th Property Improvement
Pauline Lott won the $25 drawing It was agreed that Mayor Ted Cur-
Church: of Gainesville. Hospital Army Reserve. unit in Contest DeadlineIs sponsored by the Hampton Volunteer Us and three council members will be ..
Born March 2, 1949 in East Orange Park. for the the
Cleveland Mrs. is the former Jerri June 15 Fire Department.Lee public hearing on 1
Ohio Rev. Langer Is the Langer Hardenbrook. the city advisor town's comprehensive land use plan
son of Warren and Florence Langer. Snead of Lee burg. The couple was Entry deadline for before and after Indicated the audit being conductedby today (Thursday June 12) In the
Rev. Langer received a Bachelor of married Dec. 19.1971 and have a five- Rev. Warren Langer photos is June 13 for the Property Im- the firm.of Davis, Monk Farn- Bradford County courthouse at 7 p.m.JtistTfee .
Arts degree from the College 'of year-old daughter, Allison Elizabeth.Mrs. Contest set by Bradford- ;
Wooster, Ohio in 1971. He earned a Langer is a third-year law stu- New Methodist Minister provement union County Board of Inc. I
Master dent at tin of Florida.
of Divinity degree from Duke. University Entries may be mailed to the boardat
Divinity School in 1976. The retired Rev. George L. Harper'
Langer majored 2305 N. Temple Ave. Starke FL
In Biblical studies and Christian and his wife. Mildred, are living In 32091. I'
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I Trouble. Getting.-; Parts Slows Brooker Water Tank Erection j

Work has hit a snag in the erectionof Councilmen were quite upset that reasons for the problem. 110 persons will be served t'by the
a new 50,000 gallon water tank for some residents of Brooker late In the Jerome Kelly. engineer on the pro- new tank according to Kelly
Brooker, according to information day were not getting adequate water ject for the firm of Sverdrup and Chairman C.J. Stalnaker told the y.
presented to the city council at its supplies. They feared the state Parcels and Associates of Gainesville councilmen that Brooker had received -
monthly meeting Tuesday, June 10. Farmers Market was one of the who is also handling the water projectat a check for $87,000 as part of the !,

Hamilton arrived at the meeting grant money for the water tank. i ,I Ii
after coming from-u.e. Hampton City Clerk Linda Robinson reported thata
I Community NewsBy .1.1 I I II Jill r 11 Council and explained that the firm letter was being sent to those per- i

working on .renovating one of the sons who are customers of the
Elizabeth G. Walker. phone Sunday School only Sunday. water pumps Is having trouble getting Brooker water program that they will
964-64181. Weekly services. Prayer meeting parts and the parts are now not ex- be required to use their own meter '.\
NAACP Monthly Meeting will be each Wed. 7 p.m. Members are asked pected to be acquired until June 26. and have It hooked up by the last day
held Monday June 16, in the annex of to cooperate with all activities of the Kelly indicated that when the pump of June. A $75 fee is required to be
Greater Allen Chapel AME Church church. was restored instead of the temporary paid. Robinson said that if customers '1. 's4g? cE 1r I
7:30.: All interested citizens and Ebenezer Baptist Church: Sunday arrangement that is now being ,would contact the clerk's office that
members are invited to attend. The School 9:30.: Morning worship 11 a.m. used the problem of supplying the ci arrangements could be made to pay ..
help of everyone Is needed. Evening Worship 6:30. Prayer ty's water needs would be corrected. the$75 on an installment basis. '"
The Concerned Citizens Meeting: Meeting each Thursday 7:30.: "You won't have the problem when Attorney J.J. Wolbert reported that (,.
The monthly meeting of the Concerned Church of God of Prophecy: Sunday the tank gets back in operation,"Kelly a closing was held in his office In ",'.
Citizens will be held Thursday, School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 said. Starke last month and the$50,000 that ::
June 26, in the RJE Cafeteria, at 7:30.: a.m. and 6 p.m. Repairs on the pump, council was was borrowed from a local bank to j 1a
The membership Drive Is on. June is First Born Church of The Living told will cost$2,137. Kelly pointed out start the new water program was
the month to renew memberships and. God: Tuesday 6:30: Bible Study. Fri- that $5,270 had been alloted for the paid off at the closing. "
campaign for new members. The day, 7:30.: Tarrying Service. Sunday repair. Council approved a partial pay re-
organization needs to grow in School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 In March 1979 Brooker was awarded quest to Sverdrup and Parcels for r i e f "
membership.Dell a.m. and 6 p.m. a $124,000 grant and obtained a $2,79365
Chapter 168 O.E.S. The mon- Free Canaan True Church of God In $45,000 loan from the Farmers Home A basic engineering fee of $528.55 >
thly meeting will be held Thursday, Unity: Monday of each week, Prayer administration. The loans will be paid was approved to also be paid to Sver- F
June 12, in the Masonic Hall on Band. Wed. 7 p.m. Tarrying Service.' back over a 40-year period at five percent dup and Parcels. .
Brownlee Street at 7:30.: All membersare Each Friday church service. Sunday ; interest. Approved a payment of$31,113 to be
asked to attend. Business of vital School 10 a.m. Morning worship 11 paid to the construction firm of

importance.Class a.m. and 7pm.Greater Green ReunionThe Mechanical and Chemical Company,
Reunion:' The class of 1970 Allen Chapel AME Church: Inc. of Brandon, Florida, the firm ";
will sponsor a class reunion July 5. A Sunday School 10 a.m.., Morning Wore Bob Green Family will have a handling the erection of the water :::.. j
meeting will be held Monday,June 16, ship 11 a.m., 3 p.m. the pastor Rev. reunion Sunday, June 22, at the New tank. They previously have been paid .......... f
at 8 p.m. In the Reno Recreation W.H. Zanders congregation and River Baptist Church. The sermon 30650. ....:..
Center. All members are asked to at Young Adult Choir will conduct ser will be preached by a member of the Approved a payment of$1.843.82 to .... :: t.
tend. vice at St. James AME Church In family Harold F. Green. Following Wolbert for legal services with the
CHURCH ACTIVITIES: Lake Butler All members are askedto church will be a basket lunch. money to come from the grant.
St. John Missionary Baptist participate. Everyone welcome. Council approved a recommendation )
I Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. each by Kelly to advertise for a class C
Sunday. Service Is held every second operator for the water program. The Contempra
and fourth Sunday, 11 a.m.and 3 p.m. Third Home Ordered RemovedHarry bids will be opened at the July 8 ''p
Members are asked to cooperate with Mobile meeting of council.

all Vacation activities.Bible School: Vacation Bible Keller, of County Road 21-B.; Obviously irritated by the board's .. Two I terior l L"O'1"OHDeorators
School will begin July 7-11 at St. has been given 90 days in which to unanimous decision, Keller said he YOUKNOW y. ,.
John Church. Each day 5 p.m-7 move a mobile home now illegally was"going to sell out and leave Brad- .\I'
Christ Hamilton and Emma placed on his property near Sa.ota.F.'I".J as hcould.v M3TO Nook. .4 Wth
pm. .. ... gFYj Jas. quMlk .. RC 7
Strong, directors. The'publie IB"invited Lake. The actionwas. taken at :a t .r.(Jt6 4 IS" : 1 '" ...,... ...,...., '
to attend. special June 3 meeting of.the Catgjfyfi j ::11 'I' l { / 'i i C .. ," ....
Mt. Mortah United Methodist .. Board Adjustment. ." ( SPA, StockholdersWill ;: 'ir o I"i 1:"
Church: Sunday School, 9:30, Morning Keller was granted a temporary ByGene
worship, 11 a.m. All members are permit in March of 1973 on a variance' Meet
SaturdayTo Ross
asked to cooperate with church activities request to place a third mobile homeon Bight Touch.
his two lots In order to house an ail- Q. I bought one of the first
Pleasant Grove United Methodist ing relative. Elect New DirectorsThe 1980 Ford Mustangs outlast .
Church: Sunday School, 10 a.m., Records show that Keller, upon his fall and It has never Continental Telephone's new 11imline
Lovefeast service, 3 p.m. request,was granted six extensions of annual meeting of stockholders produced the mileage and Contempra phones are two interior decorators
Church of God In Christ: Sunday the temporary permit. However, according and election of directors and officers projected on the sticker.In you deserve to know about.
School,9:30.: The missionaries will be to information received by of KLPOA, Inc.,will be held at 10 a.m. fact, I barely get the
in charge 11:30.: All members are called the County Zoning Office, the relativeis Saturday, June 14 In the Kingsley estimated MPG for In Slim sleek and easy: to use, these decorator .
to Williams Temple In Gainesvillefor now in a Gainesville nursing home Lake civic center. All shareholders of town when I take It on the phones are available in a variety of colors. 41(
a special meeting Sunday after and no longer occupies the mobile the corporation are urged to attend highway. Are there any And the cost is probably a lot less thanyou'd
noon. Tuesday 8-7 prayer. 7-8 Prayer home. this meeting or return their ballots to adjustments I can make to (I wf
and Pastoral Teaching, after Prayer. According to Bradford's zoning ordinance Box 510, Rte. 1,Starke, before time of Improve the mHeage7A. think. '
Greater Bethlehem Freewill Bap- each mobile home requires a meeting.The Decorator phones. Fast,simple and so ,
tist Church: Each Monday, Tiny Tots minimum of 20,000 square feet and regular monthly meeting of Gas mileage performance convenient. For more information call our ::
rehearses, 6:30.: Senior Choir also 100 foot frontage per unit, exceptin ,KLPOA will also be held Saturday figures posted by
rehearse 7:30: Monday. Each Tues mobile home parts which are morning and Is open to the public. manufacturers are estimates business office or visit your local Phone Fair.I :.!
day, Prayer Meeting. Wed. all circles equipped with central sewer 'and The regular monthly health clinic attained In the laboratory And get the decorators to give your rooms I
will meet at the church. Thursday water system. will be held at the civic center Mon under Ideal conditions. just the right touch. (TouchTone phones areContinental
7:30: Story Hour at the church. Thursday Keller's property has Insufficientroad day, June 23; and senior citizens of Weather and road conditions
7:30 the Junior Choir rehearses. frontage for three mobile homes the Kingsley Lake community meet and driving practices. affect not available in some areas.) .
Friday the Deaconesses will sell pies required under the ordinance. each Thursday in the civic center fuel consumption, as well as T
from the church kitchen. Friday the mechanical conditions.
Junior Ushers will rehearse. The ,,,-, ......_--- ----- Excessive speed, prolonged
Junior Choir is sehcduled to sing in warm-up and Jackrabbit Telephone i iI
Green Cove Spgs. 7:30.: Sat dinners starts and stops waste fuel .
will be sold from the church kitchen. Happy'Birthday lots of III) To find mechanical .
Sunday School 9:30: Morning Worship problems look first for fuel I .
11 a.m. Dinner 12:30.: Evening Wor- leaks around fittings and t
ship 6 p.m. gaskets if necessary. Then :
New Bethel Baptist Church: Fri/ check the air cleaner. A : ;
day, June 13, the pastor and con Bernie: restiicled, filter blocks air. :
gregation will visit Royal Tabernaclein forcing the engine to run on. :
Jacksonville, Fla. Rev. Jeremiah an unnecessarily rich mix :
Robinson, pastor, for a church and ture. Replace dirty filter.,
pastor anniversary. Service time J
You'll make 59 yet!
7:30.: Automotive Parts Center :
The Choir is invited to visit Rev.
A.J.Simmons church in Olustee.Fla., STARK '1'\
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The Right to Be HeardIn

the Tallahassee hearing direct slap at the 1st Amendment right of free

with Camp Blanding wildlife manager Jim speech.

Schatz getting his job back (see June 5, 1980

TELEGRAPH, pg. IB) there was a messagethat That's not to say public criticism of your
came across loud and clear- and we feelit employer is always excusable. And it's cer-

was a dangerous one."Don't tainly not the best way to stay in good favor ; ;h Y ayi

with the boss. We can t even defend Schatz's i idc
air complaints, criticisms, or criticism of the Game Commission, for he
viewpoints that might be harmful to your might indeed have gone a bit too far in his one- ''

agency to the public...and by no means take man tirade. It is the general message we object c q, r rrrrr
such information to the media," was the oft- to.Hiding.
repeated message to Schatz in his hearing in i

': front of the Career Service Commission, a government controversy in the
f': panel that hears job appeals from many closet, away from public eyes, is certainly not !
: Florida state agencies. It was said indirectly, the American way. The Constitution reads-

through pursed lips a time or two, but it was government OF the people, BY the people, and Cool. Cool. Cool

also said directly. FOR the people. We, the public, are our a. County Agents

government, and no secrets should be kept "
0 what Is so rare as a day In June" and a row boat
7 "Didn't the that better
: you get message you from us.
ride on the placid waters of Kingsley Lake? Notebook
go home and cool it? panel chairperson i iI
Catherine Chapin asked Schatz at one point. If the Florida Game & Fish Commission, an I

Already rehashed in the hearing was a series agency designed to serve the public, is tellingits postcard The lake was isn't addressed quite as to placid"Miss as Lois it was Peek"when this color By !
e of so-called "consultations" Schatz had with officers and wildlife managers to settle its more ..... r
Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission problems in-house without letting the public six decades ago by Doris Scott, a teenager then summer- Bobby It ;
ing on the lake. Miss Lois Peek is .
remembered here the
as r
The she referred toM it and the state's Career
-: higher-ups. message know has problems, late Mrs. E.K. Perryman. Taylor '
: was of course, 'Shut-up or you may lose your Service Commission, a board of justice purportedly .. .

job./ designed to protect individual rights, .JI '
Now SKs
and jets have replaced the old row boats and
is backing up that standcan we assume that
That kind of arm-twisting seems to us a most or all state agencies do the same? helicopters from Camp Blanding churn their way across
... the lake, but Kingsley still retains much of its peaceful Crops and gardens are looking bet-
charm and those waters are cool..cool..cool in the 90 ter again since our rains have slowed
I Let us hope not. degree days of June. down. There are some problems
resulting from the cool nights and
heavy morning dews.

I The cool nights tend to hold back
The Right to Know growth and fruit set on many of our
plants. Peas, beans, cucumbers and
squash have not yielded normally so

The right of the people to know should be Reference to section 11-A disclosed a list far Harvest this of year many in crops many Is also gardens.being

,': extended to dealings with governmental agen- of twelve "resource/technological! areas" including delayed several days.

cies, as well as the right to know what is goingon "biomass" which was the basis of

behind state and local officeholder doors. Starke s application. Its request for a $3 "How Sweet It I*!" .. have Again"cranked, the high up"humidity some seems of the to

The right to know is completely thwartedand million grant was for the use of biomass as an disease problems we were having
frustrated by such poor communicationsfrom alternate source of energy for converting To Whom It May Concern: the banks, grocery stores etc., and several days ago. Things like leaf
Starke's municipal plant from oil and gas to even offered to go along to show me blight in figs, blossom blight in
the form letter receivedthis ,
high places as I remember .
as if It were only around Starke.I squash and other diseases are show
the of available renewable
week from the U.S. of use a readily anxious
Department Energy yesterday, my anticipation of ing in several areas.
notifying the City of Starke that our alternate source of energy-woOd waste. our move to Florida.As I have been here six weeks now and
feel like I have always lived here. Do
energy grant proposal application{ did not I looked around at the packing you folks know how very nice you are We should see some improvementin
disease picture when
meet certain "preliminary evaluation According to the DOE criteria, therefore, boxes, some already filled with our to strangers? Whether in offices, our general hit about
criteria". The only plain and understandable Starke's application would be in conformanceas belongings, some empty, waiting for stores, banks, or utility company-- 70'F.our However,temperatures there are a couple of
language in the form letter which doubtless me to carefully arrange the nick- everyone has been so helpful to me
diseases like downy mildew (fire
"a study of one or more of the subject areas
nacks and pictures in them, I tried to that I just wanted to say, Bradford r
went out to hundreds of other applicants all blight) and fruit rot that can occur
described in Section 11-A.
picture In my mind how they would County, we thank you. How sweet it I
over the U.S. was the bottom line: "As such, look In our country home some 850. is! this time of year, no matter what the
your proposal has been removed from further miles night time temperature. I
The only other reason for Starke's turn- away.You Henry Betty SmithP.

consideration for award." down-was another paragraph stating that our see, I was still in our home; on a O. Box 635 Downy mildew is the fungus disease

Oh, yes-there< : "The U.S.: Department of Energy business, cost and other information to enable waiting for moving day. How excitedmy cucumber growers. Under favorable
evaluation." If this is true husband. Henry and I were over Note: The writer of the conditions, it develops rapidly, \
comprehensive ,
greatly appreciates your efforts in submittinga the prospective big change in our above letter,so complimentary to the resulting in a burned.off appearance
proposal and thanks you for your interest in after submitting more than 100 tYp'cw..ittenpages lives. people of Bradford County, is a nativeof of the entire field. The disease is I
the United States' energy needs." Would that filled with such data, much of it compiled Indiana who married a "Georgia spread rapidly by means of airborne

the Department of Energy shared such in- by the University of Florida's Institute of Everything had been worked out, Boy" from Savannah. After rearing spores.
terest. Food and Agricultural Sciences, then we feel including the orange-colored truck their children in Indianapolis, they
that would pull up and load our fur- decided to make the break, as many The disease attack only the leavesof
that the city is entitled to a more complete explanation
After niture for the long journey. I couldn't others from the northern states are the vine crops. Lesions first appearon
spending thirty minutes or more try of its shortcomings than was con- the leaves mottled .
help but wonder if our furniture and doing and realize their lifelong crown as yellow,
ing to untangle the bureaucratic lingo and find tained in a form letter that was an insult to the we would arrive there at the same dream of living in Florida. spots with indefminte borders.The
some logical hint of why the Starke application intelligence of those who devoted so much time. Oh well-we could always sleepon older lesions are dark brown, con-
had been "removed from consideration"a time and effort to the proposal. the floor Having relatives in Jacksonville trasting sharply with healthy tissue,
of those who worked the they made that city their base while with only a small yellow border. As
group on applicationfor
looking around this area and from a several lesions coalesce the leaf
Since that was solved, I got back to
gave up in utter frustration and classified ad learned that curls inward
how newspaper toward the midrib and
Thus a new criticism has been added to many
confusion.Out windows our bedroom had and if the the "old Arwood place" at Lawtey, presents a "cupped hand" ap-
those already rife concerning the conduct of draperies would be too short. It had then owned by Gene and Lillian Pier- pearance.
of a possible four reasons for rejectionon the DOE since its establishmentthecriticism been so long since we had last seen son, was for sale. They came down.
the printed form, only two were checked as of denying the public's right to know. the house. Let's see-January 1st,and liked what they saw and realized the A fungicide spray program should
not meeting "evaluation criteria." One of The time and expense put into such grant applications here it was April. My! When you are large frame house with seven acres of begin immediately when the diseaseis
these said that the Starke application did not should entitle those who have made busy and excited, how the time flies. property fulfilled all their dreams. found. Farmers should spray Man-
The deal was finally closed on April 15 zate 200 or Dithane M-45 at 7-10 day intervals
meet the requirement that: "The proposal be the effort to, at least, be told in plain and sim- April 12th came and, as you may and the Smiths moved into their new to maintain control.
for a study of one or more of the subject ple language wherein they failed. We might have guessed-it was raining. The "old" home.
areas described in Section 11-A." want to try again some time. movers carried each piece of our Gardeners should use Maneb or
belongings out, and I couldn't help but Captan. also very good materials for
wonder if the man would wipe the = FORESTRY many other diseases on their, vine
I water drops off my round table before crops and vegetables.
Drinking Age UppedThe he closed the truck. IN BRADFORD COUNTYBy
It's time for insects to begin giving
You really have a strange feeling problems to our vegetables and field
Florida Legislature catches a lot of believes. "In situations where some can drink, standing there in an empty house with crops. Corn bud worm has shown up
flack, but at least one good thing came out of peer pressure makes it almost impossible for only three suitcases and a Yorkshire Mink Fries in many gardens and fields and could
Terrior named Tillie-who cause us to have a lot of
by the lat corn ear-
the 1980 sessions-a law which younger classmates to resist he added.A .
new ,
way, was upset because she got shut worms later on. This is the same in-
.:ulminated in the Governor signing legislation up in the bathroom when she tried to : sect and a heavy population in the
yesterday raising the legal drinking age from recent rash of accidents fatal to 17 and bite the heels of the moving men for corn bud could mean a big second

18 to 19, starting October 1. 18-year-olds under the influence of alcohol has taking her basket. Five Florida municipalities have generation in the corn ear.
intensified the need for an age-raising bill that
won the National
With the signing of the law, Florida joins a had been rejected in recent past sessions. This The next morning my husband andI coveted "Tree Arbor City1 Day designation Founda.tion's Corn ear worm is very difficult to
with -
along our daughter, Robbie control. A
number of that have raised the regular spray program
growing states year the legislature was influenced for tree
by strong and grandson.Troy,started out in our progressive programs every two days with sevin will give
drinking age recently-some to as high as 21 support from PTAs, church groups, and other trusty car to Lawtey Fla. Florida reflecting a growing movement in control. But the program is costly and
civic-minded organizations. to provide more forestry time consuming, and a miss or two in
years.The Our excitement ran high all the for urban citizens. the program will let the worms by and r
Governor believes, as did a majorityof Although the bill exempts 18-year-old way. My husband kept looking at me undo all the effort. If the worms don't I
legislators, that raising the legal drinkingage military personnel, the Governor thinks this and grinning. He couldn't believe our Tampa Hollywood and,Clearwater Orlando, Winter Park. get too bad.just chop off the end of the ,
dream of several years was really all met the corn ear with the
to 18 will be helpful toward "taking drink- worm prior to boll-
"a reasonable classification because Foundation standards
an true. Even the loaded trailer for tree protec.
coming ing or cooking and II
won't be able
ing out of the high schools, where alcohol has 18-year-old in the military service is not going and our two Dobermans In their own tion required by the "Tree City" pro- to tell the difference you In the eating.
become a major problem in recent years. to be mingling socially with younger teens. little case were coming along behindus gram. That is two more than in any
and the wheels were all In tune previous year.
What distinguishes drinking from other At any rate, it's worth a try and if the with our hearts. with the fulltime
attained Each city recently was awarded a services of a profes-
majority rights at age.18, "is that 18
higher age limit saves the lives of only one Troy (who is 16 months old) learnedto set of flags a set of exterior signs anda sional forster through a cost-sharing
it in the
high schools where it filters downto
puts earful of joy-riding teenagers it will have proved say Kentucky, Tennessee and plaque for public use at City Hall. arrangement with the Florida Divi-
15 16. and 17-year olds, the Governor its value. Georgia a* we passed through each. sion of Forestry. The Urban Forestry
state. To qualify for "Tree City" status a program, which was started by the
municipality must meet three main bivision of Forestry nearly 10 years
41 It didn't take long to spot the orange standards. First, have a tree planting ago, is recognized as one of the best In
moving van sitting on Highway 301 at program administered by an official the nation
Baldwin-and, sure enough, it wasoun. arm of the local government; second
I support the program with at least 11 Urban foresters through state

The first practical zipper was designed by Gideon Sundback In 1913. I felt a little strange as we passedthe per year by ordinance per citizen,law and third, provide employees, devote their work to
or for the plan- assisting cities in the
First Baptist Church of Lawtey, encouragement
ting maintenance and removal of and preservation of trees In
because public
people were arriving for
tress according to proper forestry areas. They can help'
determine the
R1D morning worship and we always to principles.The health of ,
t existing trees, where
church-but today it was different. more
f Foundation said that or better trees are needed, help set up
: Monday morning found us sort'of a propagation area, and advise local
Wiliij wide, 137 cities won the "Tree City"award
N .+e.tru i : p4 mixed up and wondering where the in 1979,a three-fold Increase in planners on tree preservation mat-,
y toaster was-but we.all survived. Ask one yea =expands, and
each day rolled around*things started ing of local enviroSmeii-'
and Florida State Forester John Bethea tal protection city ordinances.
f; taking shape, we were very tired,
XVOH BOB G. FERGUSON -JOHN M. MILLER ;but very happy. r said the program was an excellent
Publishers means to lay greater emphanis on the

Published each Thursday and entered. as second Clan Manor at the Post Office ml Starke. .... under. Act of March 3. "7tSubicrlpllon Miss Friday Elizabeth morning Terry very sweet came lady to areas fact that.parks plenty, streets of trees,and In such sidewalksadd public ;

welcome us and to invite us to the greatly to the health and comfortof
rate In areas t*Par Vaarft Six Month
all its citizens.
First Baptist Church of I
phone Oed.a703 Outside trade area' sic Par year; IS.SO SI. Months was
Starke. Florida so glad to see her. She answered Most of Florida's major cities A group of kangaroos
,many questions for ma about utilities already have provided themselves |'s known at a mob.r .

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June 12, 1980 TELEGRAPH PagcS/t/ i

Reception Wednesday,

For DepartingRev.

George Harpers

Last'' Wednesday night, June 4, fYlw7odat7i eglal"
members, guests and well-wishers 1
turned out en masse to give Rev. and

11't A II i1h'r Mrs.night George supper Harper and reception a farewell at family the Wool, Y //j 7'L ;// ,

First United Methodist Church
Fellowship Hall. s. y trd for U'te UfeWj, t
Dr.Richard Odom chairman of the f/F
Administrative Board served as 964.7608
emcee.. Rev. Don Denton returned _
thanks followed by the serving of the .
r .I !' buffet supper.During ,
the program the choir sang 4
several of Rev. Harper's favorite Sharon Lavender-
hymns with Mr. Harper leading. the
singing. Robert McNeilleTo

\ John Torode and Mrs. Don Thorn- Wed June 14
ton expressed appreciation for all the
Harpers had done for the church and Mr. and Mrs. JF. Lavender of Lake
Rev, George Harper leads the chancel choir In singing his favorite hymns. community during their eight,years Butler announce the approaching
here. marriage of their daughter Sharon
The John Schmidt family presented Aziel to Robert A. McNeille, Jr., son
Miss Valarle Pabst Brunch Honoree a musical program after which Rev. of Mr. and Mrs Robert A. McNeille ,rer
0 Harper gave the Arrow of Light Sr. of Largo.
Miss Valarie Pabst, whose mar- terspersed with pink and orchid daylilies award to the Cub Scouts. The wedding is planned for Satur-
riage to Brad Carter will be an eventof .Place cards marked the seating't Charles Johns, treasurer, day, June 14, at 3 p.m. in the First
August 9, was honored at a brunch arrangement for the 25 guests presented a love offering to the Christian Church of Lake Butler. -
Saturday In the Pecan room of the Among the guests were Mrs. Al harpers from the congregation and All friends and relatives of the couple
Garden Restaurant. I Cooke of Jacksonville, sister of the Dr. dom gave Rev. Harper a plaque are Invited to attend
Hostesses were Mrs. John Greene, honoree and Mrs. Stan Reddish of inscribed with the love, devotion and A
Mrs. J.E. Hardy, Mrs. Desso For- Tampa. Also attending were the dedication he had given toward the -
man, Mrs. J.V. Spengler, Mrs. O.L. grandmothers of the prospective building of the new Fellowship Hall. Debra Prevatt .
Haynes, Jr. and Miss Anne Haynes. groom, Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. and After the benediction by Rev. Don Rick StephensTo .. 'I.. "
The head table held an arrange- Mrs. Blake Jackson. Denton the congregation joined a circle I : ) : "
ment of roses in shades of pink In a The hostesses presented the of hands ana everyone sang "May Wed Saturday 1:: 'J'\
Waterford bowl. Fern extended down honoree with a silver tray as a the Road Rise to Meet You." Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Prevatt, Jr. an- ; 1-.v_ -
the length of the side tables In- memento of the occasion. nounce the approaching marriage of f .- "'"
---7 ." their daughter, Debra Lee to Rick .
w> ''':> )'''11'''' l Foy Stephens, son of Mr. and Mrs.
; Foy Stephens of Gainesville.The '
wedding will take place Satur- "

day, June 14, at 10 a.m. in the gardenof ., .l.--.l."t
the bride-elect's brother-in-law and ,
t. t kkupSu sister Mr and Mrs. Mike Hartley 427 ,.
: N. Walnut Street. '
Miss Prevatt and Mr. Stephens are :....
hh ditionlnlFEDDERS! both employed at the Bradford Coun- 1 ;.
ty High School. I
All friends and relatives are invitedto


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Ii' : $229 5i and Mrs. Warren D. Langer
I 0 and daughter the new minister of the
a "i 'AY/Ei.l"01 Sandy Harper First United Methodist Church, will '
i I ... ,.0< _.._... Model,A.......c Mike Starling be honored at a reception Sunday -' .' ,,' "
fZ! Drawl only ?.I .mpt Sandy Harper. evening, June IS, at 7:00 p.m. in the .'11'1 ritll: f" 0" -" "
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ItmniflOiy cool Hvligo'oiiMgooaioobt IMaN" '"'" .d. .
foci' tl<>jt it,. mad oy 'MM.*| in..'...... QU"<,,ty name in slam *,rconn to attend.Children's. .. ,"'t'
".xming.... He'II'tfto I h.. in'* way Leona fie"I til.*do."I........) Wedding Date
,inciMi.....(Miaow* BeccuMOf can M a.<,.I lybtw-gnt...,....,n *<.tum/u..MpwbulwM/'.minuiet.OILUNV FCODCRSROTARVCOMPRESSOR, Mr, and Mrs Nick Harper of Mr. and Mrs. Larry White
ttmn1' only" ,Ib. btn rrtin, .
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AMtieivt tifnulsUcl wootfd'i n I'ont pir>" mn.hl'. ymnnln, Lawtey announce the engagementand Summer
.e/uNM.| uiomalie therfniMM P1..g.. I..."'p w tr ibw ." r
Nr.Clwn0dIS0.: '."*".""" ltoe.".. ....< HH approaching marriage of their ChorusMrs. Cindy Smith and Larry White
wrln YN/d. ,o2Vultoul!:: HMMASK BOUT OOB"9 GREAT "**"' Community
daughter. Sandy to Mike Starling,
FEDDERS The experts in air conditioning cousin of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bennett Lavon Drlvas has announcedthat
Starke. a Children's Summer Communi. Wed May 24 in Methodist ChurchCindy
WINKLER ELECTRIC INC. Their marriage will be an event of ty Chorus will begin Tuesday, June 17
Friday, July U. at 8 p.m. at Pine at the Woman's Club. Marie Smith, daughter of Mr. A reception was held in the church
234: N. Temple Ave. Level Baptist Church with a reception Any child in grades 2- S are askedto and Mrs. Robert E. Smith of Lawtey. Fellowship Hall where Mrs. Daisy
Starko Immediately following in the come join the chorus from 2:00: became the bride of Larry Olin White, Boch greeted the guests at the door,
Fellowship Hall. p.m.-3:00: p.m. this Tuesday. son of Mr. and Mrs. Olin W.White Jr. Mrs. Danny Luke kept the bride'sbook.
964-7596 All friends and relatives are Invitedto no ', of Starke on Saturday May 24, at 7:30: .
attend. 't1J" /'J :" '11"6'1' ..dayp.m.>>!d'the' First United Methodist All the refreshment tables were r
,. ,; : StsiGk ondsEil ... ,. covered.with white lace ArmyNavyclothd'
rh. .Cfoyton ,: .,Ghurdl. ;' '
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.. 1 yes 0044.tj4 ", q ministeratUniversity / over white linen. The, bride'stable
li ..h t .1nl :
n I i1a -< 14J R -I. ",' '"'To-Celebrate "'". f. '"k I t t. Rev, Robert Fannin,
ESTABLISHED 1904 Methodist Church of was centered with a three tiered
Fiftieth Anniversary Gainesville performed the nuptials. wedding cake topped with a nosegayof
Green Mrs. blue and white miniature carnations
Mrs. L.J. organist
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stricklandwill Drew Reddish, pianist, and Mrs. Fern and blue and white carna
celebrate their fiftieth wedding
tions encircled the cake and flanking
Charles Green, soloist, presented a
anniversary Sunday June 19, at a
the cake were two silver candelabras
t OVER ISO STORES SERVING ,THE SOUTHEAST reception given by their children program of nuptial the music.altar were two decorated with fern and flowers Cutting .
from 2 to S o'clock in the afternoon at Highlighting
the cake were Mrs. Mike White
baskets of white blue
the Kingsley Lake Civic Center.All large gladiolus and Mrs. Robert White.
OUR BEST friends and relatives are Invitedto carnations, pompoms and baby'sbreath
GIVE DAD against a background of bran- Centering the punch table was a
attend. The family requests no ched candelabra with burning tapers crystal punch bowl encircled with
gifts, please. decorated with ivy and palms. fern and blue and white carnations. g
Mr. White attended his son as best Presiding at the punch: bowl and
\ La-Z-Boy t; Mrs. Morklee Harris Jr. man. Ushers were Robert and assisting in serving were Mrs. Tom t.
Michael White, brothers of the groom. Whaley, Mrs. Virgil Griffis Mrs.
i Bridal Shower HonoreeMrs. and Johnny Hobbs, Jr Maggie Griffis and Misses Lynn
Marklee Harris, Jr., a recent The bride chose her sister Miss Whaley, Jane Whaley, Angela Griffis
$1QQ95fe bride, was honored at a bridal shower Margaret Smith as maid of honor. and Pamela Griffis.
Friday May 16, given by Mrs. Diane Attendants were Miss Tract Smith Following a wedding trip to
r little Cockerham and Mrs. Harris Sr. at and Miss Sue Smith, sisters of the Daytona Beach. the couple is residingat I
the home of the latter on US 301 South. bride and Mrs Johnny Hobbs. They Crystal Lake. "
The refreshment table was covered were attired alike in alternating light The bride is a 1975 graduate of
blue and blue floor length Bradford High School and is
with a white lace cloth and centered navy
dresses with neckline, capped employed by the Florida Bank of
with an arrangement of yellow and scoop .
sleeves and crystal pleated skirts. Starke. '
orange Games were played by the 20 guests The honor attendant carried a bou- Mr. White Is a 1976 graduate of
Y.. and prizes were awarded to Mrs. quet of blue silk sweet peas with lily- Bradford High School and 1980
\- 1 TAP gutility goes in Willie Mae Denton and Mrs. Helen of-the-valley and white silk roses. The graduate of the University of Florida.
bttcr the nami goes one attendants carried bouquets of blue He is employed with Life and Casualty '

r 100% Solid State Meyers. silk sweet peas' with white baby's. Insurance Co. of GainesvIlle.. .'
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Stereo Little Miss Mary Griffis of Palatka.
Paula McKinney cousin of the bride was flower girl. Miss Ellen GeargeComplimented

$299?? Glen GriffisTo Wesley Gainesville White, was nephew ring of.bearer the groom.of At

=ra Wed June 20 Given in marriage By her father. Linen ShowerMiss

Miss Paula Elizabeth McKinney, the bride wore a white qiana gown Ellen George, whose marriageto
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John featuring an empire bodice. long Hal Edwards will be an event of
McKinney of Macclenny and Glen sleeves with lace cuffs and lace In-
I June 21, was complimented at a linen
Edward Griffis, son of Mr. and Mrs. sert. The bodice was appliqued with and lingerie shower Tuesday June 3.
Calvin Criffis of Raiford will be lace and seed pearls and the full skirt The shower was given by Mrs. .
united in marriage Friday June 20 at I was trimmed in lace. Her fingertip Donald Carter Mrs. Jerry Lawson, i';
7:30: p.m. In the Pine Valley Holiness veil of sheer lace with blusher was attached Mrs. David Canova and Mrs. Michael
Church in Starke. to a Juliet style cap which was
Sexton at the home of the latter in t
with lace and seed pearls to
The bride-elect attended Macclenny appliqued Conerly Estates. ,
Middle School. match her dress. She carried a
Guests were greeted at the door by 4 1
6TEn Mr. Griffin attended Lake Butler cascade arrangement of white silk orchids -
Mrs. Sexton and Invited into the liv- i
High School: white daisies and silk baby'sbreath. Ingroom where lovely arrangements It'l I I
of silk flowers highlighted points of Interest J !

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the after which
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IA TELEGRAPH June IZ,11180 ..

Miss Gayle Shuford ,. ',. ,, W.T. Weeks, U.D.C.
;"" : n'J." Hold PicnicW.T.
Honored at Two Events : ', ,

Miss Gayle Shuford, whose marriage ', W1" Weeks chapter, V.DC.of held last
to Perry Nicula will be an eventof \, their annual at the home picnic of Mrs.W.B. Mundyon
August 1, was honored at two parties .. Lake with co-hostesses.
1A 7k Kingsley
recently.On .." and Mrs. Charley
Tuesday, June 3, a bridal / ': Mrs. Guy Sale.
shower for Miss Shuford 'I, Johns.
was given '
::1' ,' Lester Crews gave
President Mrs.
Mrs. Mark Hodges and Mrs. David
Mrs. H.L.
Gaines at the home of the latter on the flag salute prayer.
Speer read an Invitation Inviting
Laura Street.
t 4'nrT honoring Mrs. Mat-
f Honored the members to a tea
guests attending were
1 held at the NorthsideWoman's
bride-elect's mother Mrs. tie Wright to be
: George
ff ? Shuford, the groom-elect's mother, Club on Sunday .from 3 to,.5p.mMrs.

Mrs. Octavian Nicula and grand.
J$a. mother of the bride-elect, Mrs. Lois Mildred Weisgerber reportedshe
[ 1 Carter. The honored guests each has organized a U.D.C.chapter In

received a rose corsage. Melrose.
c Y short business meeting,
The refreshment table was After a
decorated with a bouquet of roses 9s'S lunch was served. I
-w- where cake and cokes were served. The buffet table was covered with a I
'" white cloth and centered with an arrangement
",. The hostesses presented the
honoree with a rattan mirror as a of spring flowers. Guests
memento of the occasion. were seated at individual tables
\ which were centered with miniature
\ \ rwwtsrfuutaw arrangements of day lilies and
'll... A bridal luncheon was held at the floral arrangements were
Garden Restaurant May 31 for Miss placed at vantage points throughoutthe
Shuford given by Mrs. Ethel D. Red. rooms.
dish and Mrs. J.O. Pons of Mthq The same officers that served In the
Tallahassee. past year will serve during the com-
Lunch served from ing : president, Mrs. Lester
100-year-old Harry Rmeiuhine wa tches Intently, with his daughter Millie table where was flowers a T-shaped Crews year; first vice-president, Mrs.
Hitchcock, as granddaughter Kathy HI Ines cuts the huge birthday cake at Sun- at intervals.spring were placed Herbert Thomas; secretary Mrs.

day's celebration. 20 guests were invited to attend Trio Will Appear FridayIn W.B. Mundy; treasurer, Mrs. H.L.

among whom were Mrs. George Speer; registrar, Mrs. Mildred
Harry Rosenshine Is HonoredAt Shuford, Mrs. Octavian Nicula and Joey Herres RecitalJoey Weisgerber; historian, Mrs. Elzie
I Mrs. Lois Carter. Out-of-town guest Sanders; publicity, Mrs. J.W. Kin-
OOth was Miss Lori Shuford of Gainesville. Herres, pianist will be assisted In his piano recital Friday night by caid.
Party on BirthdayHarry The hostesses presented the Beth Patray (left, flutist and soprano soloist and Betsy Yawn, French horn Special guests attending were Mrs.

which time he married and had one honoree with a silver tray as a soloist. Herb Nelson, Jr. Mrs. Beverly
Rosenshine observed his child. memento of the occasion. The 8:IS recital will be presented In the Starke Woman's Club on June 1J.: Blackshear, Mrs. Hazel Guy, Mrs.
100th birthday anniversary on Saturday Mr. Rosenshine was a familiar Also heard on the program will be David Benson.pianist, who will play with Miss Martha Dorko and Mrs. Tcrllis
,June 7,with a party hosted by his figure the streets of Starke for Patray In a sonato for flute and piano; and Mrs. Mona Canova who will assist Burks.
Mrs. Joseph (Millie) Hitchcock Miss Ellen George assisted in
daughter, he continued to take Herres In a Haydn concerto. Mrs. C.G. Hill serving.
and his granddaughter, orders many years for as shoes even after his"retirement" Honored at ShowerThe The public Is cordially Invited. .
Kathy Hines, at the Starke Nursing ----.--
He continued to workas ----- - -
Road. His Fellowship Hall of the Madison
Home on Colley great-
1 Youth Hold Retreat
granddaughters assisted in serving. long as he was able to call on his Baptist Church was the setting for a Episcopal ,

Many friends gathered between the customers feeling that it was his"duty" bridal shower Thursday, May 22, for The youth group of St. Mark's State Park Conference Center near 50\0"
hours of 3 to 3 p.m. to share this happy to stay busy after a lifetime in Miss Ellen George given by Mrs. P.T. Episcopal Church, known as the Helen Ga., and the last day out was e
occasion with the honor guest. A business. Nolin, Mrs. Bob Patterson, Mrs. Neil E.Y.C., returned Saturday after a six at the Six Flags Amusement Park slot
of Mr. When asked Sunday to what he at- Mrs. Oren Derkman Mrs. Atlanta. e130Ne
souvenir biography Joyner, near
printed day trip to the North Georgia moun
Rosenshine was given to each guest tributed his long life he said, "Staying Jack Underhill, Mrs. C.E. Scott and tains. Those making the trip were Kay OriYog
with compliments of the Starke Print busy and having faith that" all peopleare Mrs. W.S. Haas.A The trip encompassed both a Allen Kathy and Keith Gillingham,
fundamentally good blue color motif carried and Danlella Rigby, Kim '
Shop.A was out spiritual retreat as well as a time of Tonja
program of familiar religious B.C.S.F.S.A. In the decorations and on the refresh recreation In new surroundings. Mostof Rieske, Joyce Wainwright and Cindy
music was sung during the afternoonby ment table which was covered with a their time was spent at the Unlcoi Winkler. The sponsors accompanyingthem
the Gospel Group from Lawtey Installation LuncheonThe lace cloth over a satin liner. Mrs. were Mrs. Terry Rieske and the

Correctional Institute,and Channel 20 Bradford County School Food Derkman served the cake and Mrs. Miss Linda Haas Reverend and Mrs. John Flynn.
TV, of Gainesville, filmed the party Service Association installation lun- Haas presided at the punch bowl. -- -
for use on its 6:30 news telecast. cheon was held June 4,at the Western Games were played and prizes Honored at ShowerMiss
Mr. Rosenshine was born in June were won by Mrs. Lowell Parrish and Dr.
Steer Steak House. Linda Haas whose marriageto LotinetteRichanlson. B.S.. D.C.:
1880 in Russia, where he grew up on The new officers installed by Mrs. Mrs.'E.C. Hodges. Mark Trimpey will be an event of

the family farm near Volkovist. After Dolores Morgan were: Mrs. Betty The hostesses presented the July 26, was complimented at a bridal Dr. Wayne. Kalon. D.( '.
honoree dome electric
completing school in his native coun- a high fry
Lynn, president; Mrs. Mildred Down- shower Saturday June 17, given by
try, he became involved in teachingthe ing pan as a memento of the occasion.
ing, president-elect; Mrs. Aman- Mrs. R.G. Paterson, Mrs. Jimmy
peasants of the underground to dalene Chandler secretrary; Mrs. Thirty six guests attended duringthe Thornton, Mrs. J.L. Andrews and Keystone Chiropractic; Clinic
read and write later leaving Russia party hours. Among the guests
Barbara Crawford treasurer; Mrs. Mrs. H.L. Hutson at the home of the
during the reign of the Czar. He was a Louise Bell and Mrs. Elizabeth were Mrs. William George, Mrs. Lila latter.
"wanted man" during this period Stalnaker certification chair- Rae Yawn and Mrs. Lila Caldwell, Games were played and prizes MSR21orth .
because of his activity with the who were presented with corsages.
persons; Mrs. Blonnie Derkkman awarded after which Linda openedher
underground.As membership chairperson; Mrs. gifts. KeY.1ffmtSIWJJN Suite 5
a teenager he came to the USA in The refreshment table covered
Margaret Diggs, legislative chair- was
the early 1900s and got his first Job In person, and Mrs. Dolores Morgan Denmark Students with an Imported ecru cutwork linen Phone 73-3604 '.-
New York factory remaining there
cloth over a pink Jersey cloth and
only long enough to learn the English Pennsylvania Elizabeth Dean out-going Honored At centered with an arrangement of lloulS.., -Od.in. -11)m and 3 i>..tn.Aon. lii.1n.,
language before moving to president spoke on the events of the Swim PartiesMrs. roses in a crystal bowl flanked by
had friends from
the old country.where he past year and Mrs. Betty Lynn spokeof ., S.G. Denmark gave a swim. ".pink tapers in crystal holders. .. Tties.. \\'ttl. ;!Fri.
plans the coming hostesses presented the
Establishing a Jewelry store his Twenty six-Association year.members party for her Hal1PElelTll:" Y'. 'honoree with a corsage-and bowlftom 9a.m.
business soon prospered until he School sixth g/ade._Monday! of last a .. I"pntTJ1ursdafty: _
the her choseivchina .
luncheon. .
enjoyed A I IVeDoAccept
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opened two branch stores"IHg'laterwas : .. TgeelO:: the JOfiamark.. cgltage/-\ memento of-W tccasionV -- ;' \ New Patients .
the Brown Shoe Co. -kingsley'l.ake. '
employed by Tommy Hardenbrook
:,25 guests attended during the party
working there for many years,during The 15 young people attending enJoyed h ours.
Celebrates BirthdayMr. swimming, boating and picnic

Pam Underhill and Mrs. Lee Hardenbrookgave during the afternoon.Mrs. .
a party last Friday afternoon for Denmark was assisted by
Shower HonoreeMiss their son, Tommy, on his 10th birth- Steve Denmark and Mrs. Lysle

Pam Underhill, fiancee of day at their home on E. Laura Street. Williams.
Raymond Whittle was honored at a The 23 youngsters attending included -
bridal shower Tuesday, June 3, given Tommy's ball team and they srwt wa..wrrwt
by Mrs. Oren T. Derkman and Mrs. played soft ball and enjoyed a ham-
Wayne Whiffen at the home of the lat burger cookout ice cream and cake On Monday, June 9, the Methodist
during the party hours. Sunday School classes 3 and 4 were

ter.Miss Underhill her mother, Mrs. Assisting were Mr. and Mrs. Don given a swim party by their teacher,
Richard Underhill, and mother of the Hardenbrook and Mrs. Nelson Green.stw.nvr..rwruw Mrs. Denmark at the Denmark cot
Mrs. Levi Whittle tage on Kingsley Lake.
The six students attending enjoyed
with madeof
were presented corsages
refreshments and
swimming duringthe
white carnations and small kitchen
gadgets. The hostesses also gave the On Sunday afternoon Tommy also party hours. .
honoree a can opener as a memento of celebrated his lOth birthday at a fami- Mrs. Denmark was assisted by
the occasion. ly gathering at the home of his grandparents Mrs. Harry Hatcher, Jr.

The refreshment table was covered Mr. and Mrs. Don Harden
with a white cloth and centered with brook. -
silver candle holders. Cake, punch, Ice cream and cake were enjoyedby
nuts and mints were served. the 20 attending which included his Mrs. Emma Tanner of Baldwin

grandmother, Mrs. Ollie Williamsonof visited her sister, Mrs. J.H. Fields on YOUR FMX HAS
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THE CIRCUIT LEGA.LSilD Conservation Commentsby 1 II I

COURT. day. ment Comprehensive coordination, economic
EIGHTH July I98O In the
Planning Act of 197S feasibility, Bern Smith of management you plan to follow.
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF County Commissionersroom PUBLIC NOTICE By' the Lawtey City as component
Soil Conservationist Combinations of largemouth bass and
for In traffic
FLORIDA IN AND FOR at the Bradford NOTICE OF Commission. Lawtey provided Chapter circulation and
BRADFORD COUNTY. County Courthouse, for PROPOSEDENACTMENTOF Florida. Itchg 6/12. 163.3161-163.3211 of The housing' ). In accordancewith bream or bass, bream and channel
FLORIDA. Fire 4 E.C. > V&MM Florida Statutes.By the local Government FISHPOND STOCKING: Fish for catfish are recommended for this

Coverage. Complete ORDINANCEBy the Brooker City Comprehensive, stocking your fishpond may be obtained area. Stock unfertilized ponds with
CIVIL ACTION Case No. specifications be PUBLIC NOTICE Commission. Brooker Planning Act of 1973 as from at least three sources: ((1) fingerlings at the rate of 50 bass and

79153. picked up at the may Clerk. the City Commls- NOTICE OF Florida. Itchg 6/12. provided for In Chapter The Department of Interior's Fish 500 bream, and SO catfish per acre.

LONGCHAMP HOMES. Office. The Board start of lawtey Florida. PROPOSEDENACTIMENTOF 1633161-1633211 of The and Wildlife Service will deliver fish Timing is also important. Stock and

INC.. A Florida corpora. reserve the right to re- notice Is hereby given ORDINANCE PUBLIC NOTICE Florida Statutes.By free of charge for new or renovated bream and catfish in the fall and the
tion. Plaintiff |ect any and all bids submitted that pursuant to Section NOTICE OF the Hampton City panda that meet their standards. (2) bass the following spring.
VS Commission. Hampton. You fish from commercial Most stocking failures the
166.041 Florida the Commission PROPOSEDENACTMENTOF may buy a are *
By' City Florida.
'MICHAEL BACH AND Gilbert S. Brown. Statutes that the proposed of Breaker Florida ttchg 612.NOTICE hatchery. ((3) You may catch fish result of poor condition of the fish \ ,

HELEN D. BACH. his Clerk' to the Board 6/5 Ordinance, whose notice is hereby given ORDINANCE from a neighboring pond or lake and when they arrive at the pond. Be sure t

wile and CARLOUS 2tchg 6/13. title hereinafter appears that pursuant to Section OP transplant them Into your pond. Eachof to follow the instructions given by the .

STALVEY and JOYCE L. will be considered 166.041. Florida By the City Commission ANTENTIONTOREGISTER these sources can provide healthy hatchery. Have a clean vessel. filled

STALVEY. his wife, ol ol.. INTENT for enactment on the Statutes that the proposed of Hampton, fish for stocking ponds, however cer- with water from your pond with you jt
Defendant. TO ACQUIREPROFESSIONAL 12th day of June. 1980 Ordinance, whose Florida notice Is hereby FICTITIOUS tain guidelines must be followed if for transporting the fish when you

ARCHITECTURAL at 7:00: P.M. In the Commissioners title hereinafter appears given that pursuant to NAME stocking is to be successful.You meet the hatchery truck. -
NOTICEOF COMPETITIVE SELEC. Room of the ,will be consideredfor Section 166.041 Florida cannot successfully stock a Channel catfish usually do not

SUITPROPERTY TION./ Bradford County Cour enactment on the Statutes that the proposed Pursuant to Section fishpond that has wild fish in it. They reproduce in a bass-bream pond and j

TO CLIFTON The Bradford County thou.. Starke. Florida 12th day of June. 1980 Ordinance, whose 843.09 Florida Statutes. compete for space. oxygen and food. you will have to restock. When
A. It
adopted on at 7:00: P.M. In the Commissioners title hereinafter appears notice Is hereby catfish established
BROOKER. SR.. Address School Board Stork.. first given and increase the chances of disease restocking in an
reading, will be
Unknown Florida In accordancewith for final considered Room of the will be consideredfor that the undersignedMary and parasites. Before stocking with bass-bream pond, stock 8-10 inch fish.
readingand \
' YOU ARE HEREBY Florida Statutes Bradford County Courthouse. enactment on the E. Musleh owner. hatchery fish you should eliminate all otherwise bass will eat any smaller
adoption on the 26 Starke Florida 12th day' of June, 198O HI. 2, Box 400K, Melrose.Fla. catfish.
287.055 shall conduct wild fish. .If cannot drain the
NOTIFIED that an action day' of June 1980. at 7:00 you
: In the Commissioners
?:00 P.M.
and if then adopted on at ., 32666 doing
to foreclose the following open competition, In the P.M. In the Commission Room of the god, you may want to use a chemical The Soil Conservation Service
first will be business
reading conJdered under the firm
property In Bradford selection of a Professional Room. Bradford County for final reading Bradford County Courthouse of ROSE-STONE. the fish. Follow carefully the (SCS) can determine if your pond
County Florida: Architect. Those Courthouse, Storke. and adoption an the 26 Starke, Florida Bromeliads, P.O. Box 24. manufacturer's recommendationsand meets Fish and Wildlife Service stan-
Lot 27. LAKE HAMP. Individuals or firms Florida.A day' of June 1980. at 7:00: and. If then adopted on Keystone Heights, Fla. notify the Florida Game and dards and order fish for you. SCS can

TON OAKS. a subdivl. wishing considerationmust copy of sold Ordinance P.M. In the Commission first reading, will be considered 32656. Intends' to Fresh Water Fish Commission when .er&r.10vh'.Lc9erui.w of com-
Mon recorded in Plat hove In the office of may' be Inspected Room Bradford County for final readingand register. sold fictitious using fish intoxicants.A you may

Book 3. Page 41, public the Superintendent of by any' memberof Courthouse. Storke. adoption on the 26 name under the provisions fishpond should be stocked with obtain fish and give you Information .
. records of Bradford Schools current GSA the public at the office Florida.A day of June 1980. at 7:00 of aforesaid the right kinds and numbers of fish on pond construction and manage- I
County Florida. lying Standard Forms 251 254. of the Zoning Office at copy of said Ordinance P.M. In the Commission statute. for the size of your pond and the level ment. Phone 964-6280. B
and being, in Section 2S and 255 by June 18. 1980. the Bradford County
be Bradford ,
may' Inspected Room County Dated this 12th day of
Township 7 South Range and falling same shall Courthouse, Storke, memberof Courthouse Starke. ,
by any June, A.D. 1960 in Brad
21 East. not be considered.and firms Individuals Florida. At the the public at the office Florida.A ford County. 6/12 4tpd Girl Scout NewsBy 1 1 II ---- II U 11 l
has been filed againstyou. may aforementionedmeetings at the Zoning Office at copy of sold Ordinance 7/3.
Clifton A. Brooker offer any further all Interested the Bradford County may be inspected .
Sr.. and you are requiredto statements or evidenceof parties may appear and Courthouse. Starke, by' any memberof Carolyn Eaves WM-SHIi Thompson and Elizabeth Younts.
serve a copy of your qualification by the be heard with respect to Florida. At the the public at the officeof Afterwards they stopped for pizza.
written defenses, if any', same date. Selection this proposed Or. aforementionedmeetings the Zoning Office at ClassifiedAds Cadette Troop 520 Invited all sixth Thanks to the Pitta Hut for the free .
to It. on the plaintiff' attorney shall be based upon but dinance.An all Interested the Bradford County grade scouts to their last meeting fora drinks and the discount on the pizzas. '.1 u 'i 4

whose name and not limited to: capabilities Ordinance adopting parties may' appear and Courthouse Starke, Bridging Ceremony. Each cadette Everyone had a good time. '[
address is George H. adequacy of personnel rertain portions of a be heard with respect to Florida. At the Bring told about being a caJette, working on Senior Troop 669 are vacationing ;il j lb

Pierce Esquire. P.O. post. record and.xp.I.nc. Comprehensive Plan by this proposed Or aforementionedmeetings badges and challenges taking trips Sanabel Island".lucky, lucky. Will I"-j I

Drawer 1030 Starke, willingnessto Bradford County dinance.An all Interested and attending events during the past hear about their trip next wee .
Florida 32091 and file meet time and location budget Florida. Including the Ordinance adopting parties may appear and Results ear. Everyone participated in a Please register for Neyati Day .IJ.:&

the original with, the recent requirements and current workloads following segments certain portions of aComprehensive be heard with respect to Scouts Own on the Girl Scout Pro- by July l or sooner. We have u 1,1"Camp :
Clerk of the above styled (potable water sanitary Plan by this proposed Or. mise. After the cadettes
and the volume of I new were really great staff making plans for
Court or before June sewer drainage, solid )(
work previously awarded Bradford County dinance. welcomed into the troop everyonewas the best camp ever, but we need !:
23. 1980.. otherwise a waste, utility public .0
Florida Including the Ordinance No. 1001.
invited to have refreshments.
If have
to the firm fay the scouts. you misplaced your
judgement be buildings and related ?
, may' An Ordinance adopting SPRING
following segments Thanks to the Kimutis' for the
Board. punch. application give me a call. .j
entered against for facilities, recreation andopen .
you of
(potable certain portions a
water sanitary
The of this the Ricks' for the pretty cake. Congratulations to Michelli ,
relief demanded In scope
the space con..rua.lion. ?
the complaint or peti selection Is for all additions Intergovernmental waste.lower, drainage utility ,public solid Comprehensive Bradford County Plan by, Spring is the time Rosaland for the candy and Pertemafor Kimutis and Theresa Ricks...they hili. 12'J I

repairs, and'' coordination economic buildings and related Florida Including the To lay and reclineIn the chips.Bridging straight A's again '/
tion.WITNESS construction as requiredfor the breeze sixth graders include
my hand and feasibility' compon.nt.Irall'c facilities, recreation and following segments 'IIld
the seal of this Court on Bradford County circulation and conservation (potable water sanitary And to sneeze. Chris West Tracey West, Bonnie
May' 16. 1980.Gilbert Schools of a possible housing). In accordance open, Intergovernmental space .sewer drainage, solid Geiger Laura GarcIa. Lynn Holtzen-

S. Brown As value In excess of with the local Government coordination economic waste, utility. public RyMelissaTanner dorf, Cindy Harris, Latanya Tyson Wm. Thomas Family ;7

Clerk of the Court By: 25000000. ComprehensivePlanning feasibility, component buildings and related AgesRockledge and Valerie McCloud. Reunion Set <.1)
Beulah M. Moody Deputy Selection of the three Act of 1975 as traffic circulation and facilities recreation and .Fla. Junior Troop 614 enjoyed skating J
Clerk. best qualified firms shall provided for In Chapter last Sunday June 15 !
housini.in) accordancewith open space, conserva Saturday at the Lawtey Rink accompanied AI,
5/22 4tchg 6/12. take place at 2 p.m., 1633161163.3211 of The
June- 19. I960. Negotiations Florida Statutes. the /local Govern lion. Intergovernmental by Diane Tierney Pat The William and Louisa Wilson rtt

with the belt Thomas Vnrtntlv liolmmn WIll' hx- held .t
NOTICEOF qualified firm or Individual at Beuldh Church on SR 21 in Clay: tl

BIDS shall take place County on Sunday" June ... Father's. fit
The Bradford County Immediately thereafter Day. 31

Board of County Commissioners Arthur Gasklns. Chairman r QnIu All family connections and in. ,ill

will receive Bradford County terested friends are cordially invited.
sealed bids to be openedat School Board. 21. Country home on 3.47 CKREEAL The program-begins at 11:00: o'clock .,j

10 00 a.m. on Man- 6/5 21chg 6/12. rT1 acres 6A with off fireplace SR 22 .and. 3 .double .. 2. I UNTATE ) with regular. worship. services' follow&I '

ed by a covered dish luncheon at 12:45:
ROBERTS REAL garage. Large cleared
garden spot. to 2:30: p.m. After lunch a short II
ESTATE business session will be conducted

988 N. Temple Ave. For Info call 473-J2S4 \a
3,01)11 iE. (Sloucr 1 ( RKAI.TOK': Is a registered collective membership El!

Starke, 964-7828 JEJULAk mark which may be ward only by real estate |>r..-
Reg. Reel Estate Broker See Classified Ads frssloiial who are member of the N\TION\I: ib

'F 150 W. Call St. R.T. LOVORN ASSOCIATION OP IUM.TeRS' and HubHcribv to,4m ..
For Listings I I .
Starke --- I h' KirUt t'odr of Elbtcs.- ." tvn itie...t IP A"MI

\: ; 94U5527Special ; .. _.. : .. _:...: .. "_ 1-41 ult. 10

... '\ ... '"' ... 141 ftalpf, Bryan Real Estat '(B--FLORUAfU- I FRULKNER m i -Ulille t>ll :

market.Beoutlful corner lot at Country CLub. First time on 310 W. Call/ ITT REMItfPhono REAL TV 9S4.SDSS"EALTOI (

2 Trailer Parks. (Cor. US 30 I VA Call St.) I.J3 393 N.Temple 944-7700 Avenue 'NC ==00" ; 'REALTY

-I trailer, park. II I trailers. Approx. 6 acres. Fenced. 9648788. ANYTIME
-I I trailer, park II trailers. 2 BR frame house barn opprox Come see us far land ..... H

22 acres, fenced pastureland. LARGE down pay" older homes, end new 221 Lefoyette St.Across from Wishbone .... 1 PHONE 964-7776 M .il
ment. Owner will finance. balance. BRADFORD COUNTY HAS MORTGAGE MONEY III'BUT" I homes. CECILIA .(d

We Handle Rentals a a AIN'T GONNA LAST FOREVER I I TERwiiLkGAR, 205 N. Tempi, Starke Lo \//
Customer needs to Sells RENTALS -
-2 BR unfurnished house. WE'RE' PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE U
HOMES: Phllco Frostfree, Ref. 2 dr. 1 cottage, 3 '.. I bath "house, several apartment
.t unfurnished apartment. Let us help your "pipe dreams" become reolltias. let us
-4 BR. 2' -3 BR LAKE HOUSE: Furnished Feb May. 1q
fireplace-CHIA-Double garage-an 100x200 let Wizard "Citation" ".00. C/H4A Carpel.

I warehouse on US 301. Air conditioned offices. Great $57.700.COUNTRY LIVING-on 2 Acres-Block with Brick Hamp.20ac.'IOOp.., HOMES Fla.' Calif., and Texas are the grow/ngesf :In

location. Tlm-CH&A-1716 sq.. ft. living area-3 or 4 iRS-I'/i ecre.Lawtey. 3 nice acres with 3./111 bath house S24.3M., ) of all fores. Sine 1970 they account for ;i;

I Tackle and Bait buiiness. large inventory.One baths, Sep DR-Eat-In "ch.-Lg. LR with Franklin 40% of total' growth In U.S. Fla.' has added I,
city block In downtown Starke.. |Just waiting for the neat$54,000 financ t 1250 1 acre with 3".. I both (14,100. !
flr.placW carpet-very owner ec. per
right business Great opportunity for downtown mall.I acre on Crawford Rd. 2 1/4 million people Bettor got flies Fla.

I large warehouse. approx. 6.000 sq. ft. Needs roof and ed.MUST SEE this Brick Veneer 3 BR-2 Ba-IR-Fom. II.... 2'/ ocr..lth11.. I bath CB house II*.500. bargain white they lattl :i W

repairs Has floor and standing, walls. with flr.placCH'A-Clo..d garage-$53.500. Across from Waldo Flee * *
IS with 3 11 I'/i CB house
acres /11. both : ,
INVESTORS DREAM NINE ACRES-3 BR I Ba-Frame Home.-Ige Dt- Lee Kitchen Market 1 lots good I... Imagine 300' on lake Geneva with four
Income Property Will Pay For.Itself walls solar hat $40.000. !
panel water system. vestment.Starke. 3'/4' with. 3 BR 2 bath CB house. residences 2.75 \
.1 small apartment complex. Handyman special I 4 rental acres lovely complete acres -

units possibly, S. colFr.m.-LI. LR with fireplace BR 1 Bam-energy 10 Ac-10% dow, 7V* act.. with. 3 '". 2 both CB house, beautifully owner f/nnnrnn PREFERRED HOMES q
::11 1 small frame house. saving features-$45.000 Includes Tractor I Disk. Harrow. owner financing. landscaped.
1 large frame hou... Needs repairs. Residents, or 41 PRIVATE BACK YARD I GARDEN AREA-Comfortable 3 *4 BR Brick 9 Cyproia A.125.Unu.uol. $75.000. f

apartments ((4 BR. 4 BA). BR 2 BA Block Fem. Room Closed Extre 3 B.R. .3 BR 3 Edwards Rd. Has siverything-$69:900.: oil
garage- -near town owner Lot In town with 2 BR I both C/HtA CB house <
-I I 2 BR frame house. Apartment on side. Zoned com Storage Bldg-Inside utility-Renge It Ref. Just 40000. financing. Older home, workshop. *Sampson Lake-lovely brick home-owner fin.I 565.000.t1 I.
martial a 3 BR 2 B I* ACRES Brownlee Rd.Cattle country. 'r..f.500.'I''Id
NEW LISTINGS STRAWBERRY ACRES-Lge 2St..ryor 5 BRs- 4 large yard well worth askIng
-Block building on 301 North. Great business location. Bathsen 14 ecres-fenced 4, cre..f.nced-Call for more price. 4 BR. 2 hath 2 story house an nice lot with triple *3 BR 2 B Ranch CHIA 12 A for garden Rd. 225-J43.500 r:SAIdl
B. *New. colonial. srb., brick. Ig.family room. I S52.000,.
Information.CROSBY utility.
-2 BR. I Ba. LR. Kit., on each side, duplex, brick land. garage .
leaped yard. LAKE-2 BR I Bath Frame-65 feet on water Good building site. St. Rd. 1301 Pratt 3 BR 2 B CHIA FR dbl. gar. $".000. ..
with 50 ft. dock $39.000. 16 West.Evenlngst. 150x200 nice lot In choice location with 3 BR. I both .710 laura St. Completely' rema.-dlfforent. 37100. .1)
-3 BR I Ba. Greenhouse, Zoned Commercial .
-2 Apartments Downstairs. 3 BR. 2 Bo Upstairs Living WALKING DISTANCE TO TOWN-2 BR I BA-Block' an Please call carport & workshop. 1301 Searing-Beit bullt-Best buy $33 000. '
Eastwood Drive 3 BR 2 B-Coiy B convenient. S32.90O.
lot $36.000.
Quarters. Rent will help large Vernle P. Odom Irdker. oil
pay mortgage i 2t acres with elder home, pasture A nice trees, *Neat 2 IR 1 B off Rd. 125 with 6 ACRES. 32000.
CLOSE Block.
Please call .. to list your property. FENCED YARD- IN- -3 BR I Ba-$20.000. GRI. Phane U4S476.Peer .
John..Glover -HAMPTON-IN TOWN-SAVI GAS- 3 BR Frame on *215 N. Broadway freshly painted big lot. $31.OOO.
!Andrews 64-773t ACREAGE *Lake St. Ocala Blk-shrubs. tr..O..n.fln. $27.500.
100x200 lot $19.200.LAWTIVMondymon.
R... Real Estate Brokerlu 77 nice ...... hwy IOOW, with 1000' hwy
AssociateIs Special-3 Bit 1 BA frame an Let approx *Home off Rd. 125. 2 ACRES-barn-fenced. $24 900."

Green Sanders A 104 x 200-owner financed-$10.100. frontage good terms. *431 Center St. 3.111 Walk everywhere. $23.500. 3H. ''I
"" .620 W. Adklns St. brick fenced carport $16.500. 1
LOTS IN ACREAGE cz 30 acres .....,,'lful.nd., some In pasture lets of. ,
.Modular 26x44' be moved 113.750.'u" Tor.
*RD 22S-A-2 Acr.-'S.6OO terms. trees, partially, tented with FISHING CREEK off
*US 301 LAWTEY-3 acres B up_Beeutiful, oaks-City CLARKOL hwy 225. BUSINESS/ OPPORTUNITIES WT3JV
water B sidewalks $3,000 per Acre-terms. I II I s>750 W. Madison former Mobil sto-$25.000. wi!!

61awll4V47< a OILING HILLS- (Boylesl Hwy) 1 act. up-$3.500 B 21 acres rtwy 301 south priced to sell with over s-419 S. Walnut. New large wdrehause-13.500. .

I up 10% down-S yrs at 10% Int. ,-LIT. ItOO frontage an hwy. IP Great property across from Holiday Inn-Own.Fin.s "I. It
*FOREST HGTS. Restricted ';' ecre lots S2.5OOB, up.. >404 N. Cherry 2 large, nicely turn. apts. Own. fin. on

*NORTH OF LAWTEV '1'0 ecres .000-5 TIME..3 bedroom. 2 5 to 50 acres available en Morgan Road.I No Store ft Apts. on 301-good pal.ntlol-aw..r fin. tJ..I ,

Offlcet 712-331 Home 7.2."" acres_19,000-20% Down-S yrs. at 10"% Interest.. bath brick beeuty. has |just W 7000 sq. ft. CB bldg. en Rd. IsE Owner fin. w.

Financing Speclall.Bond ...- *RD. 223A-4.2 acres 13.000 Terms. about everything 'Including ta 10 acres |us* off Brownlee Rd. 10 Homecommer.) B cottage on Madison St. Owner f In.so .

Program 6 Conventional loans 0 Owner Financing .PORSYTH RD.-20 ecres-bern-well-septic-elec. en Ingreund swimming, $500 me. income four, furn. r.nlal.-Call B Bay 55.000. Clio 1

FmHA VA 6 FHA 203b( ). 203V). 23S. 344 0 Exchanges Same fencing $33.000. pool. brick ....Q.. privacy 4 scroll eft, Hwy 22S. s-Love apt. complex on 301good cash flew.own. 1m !

Take' the Landlord oil your payroll today"RunOon't *US 301-N Secluded 10 ecres Vines-. $22,000 9 fence, double lot. $73.500. ACREAGE .
24.000 terms. It acres on Hwy' 227. with' opprox. 1000' frontageon a 17 prime acres on Rd. II overlooking lake. Hampton !

a now home what your wal"l.Yo"I -US 301 et MORGAN RD. 36 ecres 1340 ft.' en GREAT LOCATION-.-$ hwy. well 6j aeptlc. with low road frontage. .43,300onacre. \

wants* Call today.' could profit by buying now. 301-goes back to RR-$54.500-Terms 20% down-IS bedroom 1% bath can ;; Vo:n
family We have several choice building lets In city; .56 prime ecres-'/', ',I rollr..d-UO' an Rd. A
Our builder knows how to Elegant family homo. yrs et 0 /.% Int.; crate block homo fenced
100-$3071 an acre-20% down-owner will finance.
make a beautiful home Separate guest cottage. A,:356 ACRES-HAMPTON ARIA_ $1.500 per ecre. yard. $26.500. WATERFRONT ,

more beautiful. Was S66.900. A terrific CALL US AT '','-'711_ANYTIMEDAVORNIGHTII -' We still .have e few .lots left Brekerawner.COMMERCIAL I.' acres Hampton _.Ownar ;finance. $5 500. ow
buy"57.toO. BUFF t SHINE...3.....,....... .*>20 prime acres 301 N.railro.d..500... acre..ewn. "". .ul

For the smart buyer. 7. Diamond In the Rough. $ MANY.MANY OTHERSI 1 beth walk to everything 13 acres 301 & Morgan Rd. Owner finance $39.000. -
frame, home, on 2V4 needs your tender levlngcere. Call us. we .have several! with er without bulldlnga
Rm. 6.16 .
II.... frm. home. This Is not DON'T BE SORRY YOU' DIDNT CALL a acres Griffls leap-limber-own. fin, 10500.
Ac. in country. Unbeatableit. mlsprlnt-$27,000 $I3,5OO. a... acres near Prosbyt. Church hosplteU-mafce" effer.
Owner fin. Financing. available; through. FHA. VA. FMH.don't 8 .
$30.000. Monday-Friday 9 S p.m. Saturday- 12 LOTS FOR INVESTMENT
10*. Int. Went ta .be envied See Evenings and Sundays by'appointment NEW LISTING.3 .bedreenr.t forget the Bend Money. Lot 4 Butler Ceurl-ewner needs money new 11 $3990.

Exceptional value. Newly this chic. elegant, speciousbeeuty. beth stucco ever concrete .I acre well. rank ...... pump house, utll.bldg.S5' %.
Ralph P. Bryan Realtor block .heat ,
control 4 .
Unusual .
remodeled 3 BR r... In Service Avelloble.Feul 7 Trailer Ian Brownlee Rd.. 20% dn. per were $4 000.
Evenings assumable 1%% Preeertv Management .
air mortgage
alue$45.000.I .
Lewtey. Smashing .150'.150' commercial.. 101- Owner f..I3I.ooo.- )
value-S26.000 Ac. well 1 A septic Wayne I.Douglas Lillian C.Pearson en S choke act... ;Beautiful Hampton lake. Lot IVt acres--$15.000.Country .
$6.000. Braker/Saleiman v, BrokerSeleseiesi964M93 $ .000. Club, lot lot M 33->nice lacetlan$10.000.
like to fix up an old $ Ac.. stacked pond o a Office Manager H.Feulkiter-RI ALTOR Hampton Oaks lot f 35. trees owner fI,0M0d-17.1OO.,

house Old homestead 1 $12.500.- No'46.. wersit 964-MU, ow"IftFUNANCID42,5010 'Irene!, Faulkner REALTOR-ASSOCIATE Busy Call S, Water St. lot 235' x $6' Owner fin. Slt.tOO.
of dewn
spectacular setting lets 10 Ac; &lJt8Utp! en. .
; Breker/Selesmen Evenings' 14-5142 Bessent Rd.-eest .neighborhood_ fln.-$4OOO. .
land end trees. Quiet It : Sylvia Reddish monthly' payments of$200. .3 Country Club lots I Acre each-Owner fI...' $4050.
peaceful $55.000. pa20 ... Feature $au.uuu Jude Moody 964-/4S4 VemenReddllhAssociate balance" of $22._ at 10% SU.-M. Peutkfter-REALTO Call St. commercial 100' n 1W Owner fin. .ftIO:.

VI fill Powell Associates Interest, approximately t Rvenl...gs-ts4-506 .tonte.Fe L.k -"__ fin.-let 7$' en weter $"..
.The best'Investment en earth Is he earth, Itsoff"Sol 964-5411 Associate, 9646530SW Gem of lend with, .Large outbuilding Realtor Associates, -After.Hours

North Trail Motel. Lewtey, 964-4B43 large elder hem WE APPRAISALS Byren Torwllleget' Met*. Dark. 72-337

Ann W. ...... Associate Eves/Whende. 9....223! edge of .t..... Vkkle' Mermen. 4-7774 tolly KIIII..s.44l-22M,

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Miss Pam Griffis of Palatka on Fri Julia Hall of Jacksonville. Mrs.Ann Andrew of Wildwood was t
Elizabeth Terry sister Mrs. C.E. Strickland ol members the graduating class. da Friends of Mr. Leonard Norman' a Saturday over light guest of her ..,.R)
Phone 732-3.100 Gainesville Thursday until Saturday.On Friends of Mrs. Sidney Hansen hiss Elizabeth Terry and her regret to learn that he had to return to mother,'Mrs. Fre I Moore. -1JS.
Thursday evening they went with regret to learn that she Is a patient In sister Mrs. CE. Strickland of St. Vincents Hospital on Saturday.Our Mr, and Mrs. W.S. Crews Sr., and ,"fl-i,
PERSONALSMr. her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Room 110 Bradford County Hospital.Our Gainesville were Friday supper prayers are with him. ''Mrs. Laura Dixon and daughter, .,oil
and Mrs. Robert Jenkins of Mrs. Joe Bason to Santa Fe Junior prayers are with her guests of their nephew and niece. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling met Stacey of Jacksonville, visited Mrs .......j.
HIlliard visited their grandmother College for their son Joey Bason's Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson. Mrs. Daisy and Mrs. Chuck Jones of Gainesville.Mr. their son-in-law and daughter Mr. Pierce Crews on Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. O.J. Anders on Saturday after high school graduation. He was In the Batch, Miss Lynn Whaley and Mr. and and Mrs. Tom Whaley and and Mrs. Calvin Lee and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Starling and
noon. top ten of the class. There were 1,000 Mrs. Danny Luke attended the daughters of Tampa and Mr. and Monika at Hawklnsvllle. Ga. They family of Jacksonville were guests of "T
Miss Elizabeth Terry visited her persons present Including the 263 graduation exercises for their niece Mrs. Virgil Griffis of Palatka were had just returned from Germany their parents ,Mr. and .Mrs. Fleam ?.,,,
Sunday dinner!guests of their mother They came home with their parents Starling on Sunday. .>,ir
Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson sister Mrs for a 30-day leave after which they The Rivers Reunion was held at the ,tt,,;
H Methodist Youth ActivitiesYouth I T III I II L J I I I Daisy Boch and daughter Miss Lynn. will be stationed at Fort Benjamin home of Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Rivers Mrs.of '..-,:,
Whaley. Harrison, Indiana. Graham.Those present Included
Conduit :Morning<< following youth assisting. Vickie groups will meet at 6 p.m, However, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hardee and Ronnie McClellan and son Paul Pierce Crews of Lawtey; Mr. and
Worship ScrtlifK Carver read the Old Testament there will be no snack supper as family spent weekend with Mr. and were overnight guests of his parents Mrs. Keith Brockman and family of .
The Methodist Youth Fellowship lesson. Tammy Denton led the refreshments will be served following Mrs. Lonnie Sain of Jacksonville Mrs. Lee McClellan on Monday. His Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs. Carl .,,,
held the morning worship service on responsive reading and Todd Dentonled the meetings at the reception for the Beach. son Paul remained for a summer Hyman and sons, Guy and Freddie of n,
Sunday. June 8. The sermon was the morning prayer. Ushers were: new preacher. Les McClellan returned home from vacation with his grandparents. Mr. Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hicks .i
preached by Chuck Williams. Jay Pat Munclorff Brett Smith Glenn Memorial Hospital Jacksonville on and Mrs. Max Sweat Mrs. Les Mc- and daughter. Donna, Mrs. Laura ,;
Eaves. Scott Polk and Nelson Green. Gnann and Doug Reddish and the River Retreat Friday June 6 He is improving slowly Clellan and other relatives. Dixon and daughter Stacey Mr. and .,;, .
Chuck preached about the fellowship pianist was Miss Kris Johns. Youth The two older youth groups will Our prayers are with him. Mrs. L.H. Harper of Starke was a Mrs. W.S. Crews. Sr., and Mr. and ;,
between God and man. The Importance Counselor. Mrs. Carolyn Eaves, leave at 4 p.m. on Friday June 20. fora Mrs. George Kelly and her son and Sunday dinner guest of her mother Mrs. Johnny B..Johns. all of Jacksonville .;,..
of prayer in a Christian's life made the morning announcements. two day river retreat at Kodmun'a daughter-in-law Mr.and Mrs. Donnie Mrs. Carl Prevatt and her brother-in- ; Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Rivers. Sr.. .t
was the topic of Jay Eaves' sermon The entire service was a blessing to Dam. Kelly of Gainesville spent the law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Truman Mr. and Mrs. Willie S. Rivers,Jr. and .
Scott Polk highlighted scripture that everyone and lifted up (he! name of weekend with her brother and sister- Norman. family 'and Mrs. Carol Waters and ,:.' t
reflects that what is In a man's heart Jesus Christ to all that heard the Pool Parties in-law Mr. and Mrs. Steve Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Starling and daughter Allison all of Union 5>pr- ... .;,::
is what dictates the actions of his life Word. On Sunday June 22. the two older Shackleford, of Tallahassee. family of Bryceville visited their ings Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. W F. At- .'
and Nelson Green summed up the youth groups wll hold their meeting at Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee visited and Mrs. Fleam Starling wood Sr. and sons Edwin and Bill .; .,.,
preaching by showing how the real .liinrfulcnilurof. KtciilH: the Drew Reddish home and the Mrs. Louise Rosier at St Lukes parents. Jr.; Mrs. Beth Crews and daughter n
treasures of man must be laid up In younger youth group will meet at the Hospital in Jacksonville on Saturday, Mrs. Donnie Pringle and Mr. and Jessica: Mr. and Mrs. Mike fiance.: ,
heaven and not on earth. Kevin Miller Reception of New Preacher J.E. Denmark home. All groups will Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Massey are Mrs. Robert Springer of Auburndale Mrs. Rita Rogers and sons. Travis ;i.?,
presided over the service with the On Sunday. June 1 II. all youth hold their meetings and participate in the proud parents of a daughter, spent the weekend with her sister and and B.B.; Miss Dorothy Addison, Mr. .". .
pool parties. Esther Grace in Alachua General their aunt. Mrs. Pierce Crews. and Mrs. Wayne Addison and ;
Hospital Wednesday, June 4. Grand Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Douglas of daughter. Becky of Keystone .. .
I St. Edward's Church News I r 11111 III 11 Lake Retreat parents are Mr. and Mrs. Hub Harley Miami spent Friday until Mondaywith Heights: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spr. :.".:
The younger youth group, under the and Elder A.E. Massey. their cousins. Mr. and Mrs finger Sr.. Auburndale, Mrs. Doniq M't
Vacation Bible School Among other items discussed were direction of Sybil Dempsey and Dot Mrs. Robert Lee visited Mrs. Lon- Oscar Carter on their way to North Pringle and Mrs Onl Thornton of ".'
Vacation Bible Classes are scheduled and improvements. Denton, will leave June Mrs. Leon Ell(1
parish repairs Friday. 27, nie Adams who is recuperating from Carolina. Auburndale; Mr. and
to begin on June 16 at St Edward's Church music. Community affairs for a two day lake retreat at In- surgery at her home in Wesconnet Mrs. Donie Pringle and her ington and son, Joel of Graham; ,in;
Catholic Church. They will continue CYO and CCD activities. terlachen. Jacksonville on Saturday. daughter Mrs. Robert Springer and Johnny and Michael Stephens. !Mr b ',,
through June 27 Three Sisters of Miss Donna Samons reported that Deepest sympathy is extended to her aunt Mrs. Pierce Crews were and Mrs. Danny Richardson ol ,'"";
Charity and a lay woman from Em- Summer Religion Classes would be Don Denton Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan becauseof business visitors to Worthington. Spr- Alabama and Mr. and Mrs. Higclon
mitsburg. Maryland. will be conducting conducted by Sisters of Charity for Youth Director the death of their mother Mrs. ings on Saturday. and daughter Rita. of Maxville.
the classes which are for the preschool through 8th grades and
benefit of children from pre-primary would be held from June 16 thru 27.
through 8th grades. The pastor. Reverend Father Mar-
tin Jung stated he was seeking information -
Parish Council on recycling papers and card-
St. Edward's Parish Council held a board cartons. FreshnessPantr
meeting in the parish hall on May 27 Mrs. Samons appointed a
with the president Mrs. Anne Nominating Committee to submitnew
Samons presiding names for prospective Council
members. Serving on this Committeeare
Reports on Bingo games held Saturday Mrs. Antoinette Coss Mrs. An-
nights in the parish hall were toinette Stefanelli and Mrs. Dolores Pride !
given by Mrs. Muriel Gilhooly. Meng. A t_ . .
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I by Dolores Meng
Hampton Highlights Phone 46H-IBI5 "I I II 1 II T III'" I rrTlIf 1111 I rJ I .

Gainesville Veterans Hospital.Mrs. of votes taken by thelr'classmates: Want To Be Happy and I've Been plies In order on Monday and Tues
Bookmobile Brenda Bawek and. Robyn Brown Hazel Griffis Is recuperating Friendliest-Teresa Melton; Working on the Railroad
You are invited to browse In the were awarded Blue Ribbons with following surgery at Baptist Hospital Funnleat-Robyn Brown; Tracy Baez and Michelle entertained day.That task was made more pleasantwith
iadford County Bookmobile every Medals for their Horse Projects. Paul in Gainesville. Most Talented-Brenda Bawek;, with a piano duet. the enjoyment of a covered dish
esday from 12:30: until 2:30 at the Bawek received a Red Ribbon as a Most Bashful-Angela Thomas; Marie Innocent then played a piano luncheon on Monday. Everyone
kmpton Post Office parking lot. reward for participating In 4-H Horse Visitors Best Dressed-Donna Dormlney; brought in their favorite specialty and
oks are available for all age groupse events. Mr. George Rogers from New York Most Flirtatious-Julie Hall; solo.Billy Bauldree sang The Yellow shared the results with their
of charge) arrived Friday to spend the summer Most Dependable-Ann Baker and Rose of Texas. coworkers.
Happy Birthday visiting his wife. Genevieve, and son, Timothy Leith; Alan Rogers sang My Country Tl
Senior Citizens Randall Chastain celebrated his Alan Greg Rogers. We hope enjoys Most Intellectual-Alan Rogers and of Thee. \\r.Mimt\oii:
he Hampton Senior Citizens Club 13th birthday on June 6. his vacation here) Becky Young; Julie Hall and Elizabeth Payne performed Donnie:
oyed a friendly meeting on Friday. Among those celebrating June 8th Bobbin Wadsworth enjoyed the Most Athletic-Elizabeth Payne an acrobatic routine.A We missed
heir last meeting until September birthdays were Tommy Len Jones week visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Frank Sheffield; humorous skit'Brick In The Wall' We love you on your birthday -
jl I be held Friday June 20 beginn- Jeannie Lloyd Francis Meng Paul and Mrs. Bobby Sullivan at Villano Most Likely to SucceedStephanieRedding was done by Donna Dorminey Robyn you. Dad.Mom& KellieSanta
I at 2 p.m. at the City Hall. Meng Eugene Meng and Joyce Meng Beach. and Alan Rogers; Brown, Kenny Crawford Becky 6/12 llpd. /
Karen Wilson celebrated her lath Mrs. Viola Lefebvre arrived home Best All Around-Brenda Bawek Young. Wayne Youngblood Billy 'It
".11 Club birthday on June 9. Friday from Tampa where she visited and Billy Bauldree; Bauldree Alan Rogers and Teresa
congratulations are In order for John Meng celebrated his 17th birthday her son and family. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cutest-Tracy Baez and Darren Melton.
Embers of the Hampton 4-H Clubo on June 10. Fitzpatrick. While there she attended Whitehead; Magic Tricks were then performed Fe Sets
received awards at their recentssert High School Graduation Exer- Kenny Crawford received the Bud- by Ann Baker and Elizabeth Payne. Summer Registration
t Supper. CongratulationsThe cises for her granddaughter. Vickie ding. Scientist Certificate; The program concluded with a ren-
all Waters received an Outstan- Lotts of Beauty Bowling Team Fitzpatrick. She was happy that Frank Sheffield was named the dition of Honey Bun by Tracy Baez Registration In Starke for the sum
jig Achievement Award and will beveling did it again! They came out in First Vickie was awarded a three year Most Improved Student In Math; and and Brenda Bawek.. -Darren mer term at Santa Ke Community
Washington on June 13 Place at the conclusion of League scholarship as a result of attainingthe Marie Innocent received the Whitehead turned.out to be (the College Is scheduled for next Monda.v
\eight days there. events this year. At the Awards Banquet Top 10 goal In her class of over 400 Humanitarian Award In recognitionof courageous. Honey of this selection! through Thursday. June lt-19.
)onna Mowry was presented amo held at East Winds Restaurant in from Robertson High School. Exer- her ability and ambition to School Purlieu The SFCC Starke office will be open
Scholarship and will go to the Gainesville recently, Evelyn cises were held at the Curtis Nixon welcome and assist new students. During the final school hours most for registration from 8 a m. to tp m
I Camp at Cherry Lake from June Bauldree and Susie Lott were Hall. Mrs. Lefebvre also enjoyed the Marie and her brother Frantz, a 5th of the classes held parties which included and from 1:30: to 4 p.m. There will be
hrough 20. Donna also was award- presented with beautiful First Place Banquet at the Western Steer Steak grader came to our school from Haiti cakes cookies punch or soft special evening registrations on'Cuesday ,
blue ribbon and medal for her House when Vickie was a part of the A and In the of receiving
ja Bowling Trophies as Well as First are process drinks other snacks and even and Thursday evening.! from 0 I lo H
crams projects. Place Shoulder Patches. In addition Capella Choral Group for which she their U.S. citizenship. watermelon.
sbbie Roberts won a scholarshipamp Evelyn was awarded a First Place also received an award. p.m.Students register ut the 8101 rk
Counselor Training Camp to Trophy for bowling the highest In- Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meng and Talent Show Seventh Grade Party office for all may SFCC classes Incllldl .
eld from June 16 through 20.Deb- dividual score. Angela spent the weekend visiting The 7th graders. who will be Brad- Seventh graders were hosted to a those at the main campus it
in 4-H relatives In and Bluffton ford Middle School students in the
) participated Legislature.ynn Hardeyville farewell party by their teacher. Gainesville. No appointment I I.
Waters received a Blue Rib- S.C. Fall entertained the student body
Hospitalized Carole Stevenson at the Kingslev necessary for Bradford rt'suluntx u hi.
I for keeping the Secretary's Book. Mrs. Joyce Collins Is a medical pa- with a Talent Show. Lake home o." her brother. Bill,I register here.
> also received a Blue Ribbon for tient at North Florida Regional Hampton Elementary School Brenda Bawek and Stephanie Red- McRae. on Monday. Swimming and The summer term runIC from .J u...
I Preservation and a Red Ribbon Hospital in Gainesville. We wish her a The Last Day ding played a piano duet medley including games were enjoyed. Hamburgersand 23 to August 12.
I her Swine Project. speedy recovery) On the last day of the 1979-80 school Dinah and I've Been Workingon other !goodies were brought from Credit classes offered in Hliiki-
poll Waters was awarded a Blue term Mrs. Carole Stevenson gave certificates the Railroad. McDonald s to provide the picnic elude College Composition. Intiixiuc
boon for serving as a Junior RecuperatingHank to 7th grade students who Billy Bauldree and Kenny lunch. Statistics. Modern Oil Biology
jader. and Red Ribbons for her Lott returned home Friday qualified for Special DistinguishingSenior Crawford accompanied by Carole Principles of :Management
jlne Project and Macrame entries. after two weeks as a patient at the Superlative! .Awards! as a result Stevenson on the piano sang duets: I Plllllnllll Days For more Information. stop li\ I till
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q h 'Y1Y NuWaves Claims Stars Tournef

Starke's NuWaves kept the cham- Hutson won three of five for third Farmers & Dealer:,

pionship trophy of last weekend's place while Rainbow Marine was This Weekend
Senior Boys Softball tournament at fourth, also winning three of five.The Tourney ,

hometopping Harry's of St. Brooker-based club opened with a 15-5 Farmers and Dealers Bank of Lake

Augustine 14-9 In the title game Sun- win over Haye's Electric of Starke Butler will be putting on a men's sota l
day.The and a 5-3 decision of Shoda's of Jax. ball tournament at the Lake BuU St. Augustine club which lost before being tagged by Hutson 9-7. Union County Recreation Complex
its first time out (after a forfeit win) They came back with a 23-8 blistering Friday through Sunday June 13-15OT..
to D.W. Hutson 9-8. clawed out of the of Genuine Auto Parts before being The ASA sanctioned event

losers bracket with five straight wins eliminated by Harry's 18-16 Sunday. ly drawing 18 teams will start hope
bruising NuWaves 20-9 Sunday for its Gene Melvin topped the Rainbow night at 7 p.m. with games
sixth straight victory to force the final sticks with a .733 average (11 ol 15) all day Saturday and Sunday after
game. The magic ran out there and three homers while Dick noon.

tI though as tourney MVP DonaldJ.J. Wheeler was four for four against Trophies will be given to the top
( .) Wheeler uncorked two home Hayes and hit .727 for the weekend four teams first and second place In-
runs and Greg Moyer and Bill Ratliff and Matt Hull cracked five home dividuals and the tourney MVP and

added four-baggers for NuWaves runs.' Home Run champ. Also players can
which scored four times In the sixth to enter a Home Run Derby contest
pull ahead to stay. LWCI took the fifth place trophy which will be run In conjunction with
Wheeler popped seven homers for with two wins and two losses. They the tourney. For*1 players will get 10
the weekend to go with a .696 batting' topped Northside Baptist Church 9-8 deliveries from a pitcher of their
average while Moyer homered five with three runs in the bottom of the choice.
times and batted .565 Terry Hardeehit seventh and one-runned the Live Oak

a sizzling .625. Ratliff batted .560 Patriots 16-15 before falling to Civitan Tourney June 20-22
and Doug Mains was at even .500. NuWaves ((31-8) and Harry's (23-7))
NuWaves started with a 16-2 win R. Davis batted .750 for LWCI with R. The Third Annual Civitan Club-

-- c---: > ....=' -..... ..-"' -" .... over Kingsley Lake Baptist, and then Gay hitting .727 and Larry Lee .657. men's Recreation Softball Department tournament Invitational will be
romped past Genuine Auto Parts of Both BGT and Northside of Starke
NuWaves' Title-Winning BunchThe Top row, I. to r.. Mike Starling Lloyd Gilpin. Randall Jacksonville 20-4 with Moyer smacking won once before being eliminated, held June 20-22 at both Westside and

Starke Stars tourney champs were: bottom row Thomas Terry Hardee, Doug Mains Bill Ratllff. Wilbur three homers bashed LWCI 31-8 BGT topping Kingsley Lake Baptist Edwards Road fields In Starke.
McGriff Is
I Waters and Fred Wheeler. collected five hits and and Northside squeezing past Tourney Director Jerry
Hardee 18-2
from left to right: Jerry Blalcxfc, Randy Corbin, Steve Cubbrdge looking to fill a 20-team field for the
107.) Jackson Prevatt hit
Sieve Cox, tourney MVP Donald Wheeler and Greg Wheeler Ratliff, and Randy Corbin Hampton
12A action; which will be ASA
Moyer. see pg. for photo'sk added four safeties each, and topped .667 for BGT with John Ramsey at tourney strictly
D.W. Hutson of Jax. in the winners .636 and Dale Haas .545. Chris Lawsonled with no pickups allowed.
bracket finale 11-2 with Wheeler Northside with a .571 average. Trophies will go to first through
homering twice. Bill Goodge hit .714 and Pat Mun- fifth place teams, and first and second

Harry's fought back after its loss to dorff .667 in two games with the place individuals as well a"/I/

Starke Truc" Wraps Up Men Crown Hutson with wins over BGT 16-13 Senior Boys while Gumber of Hayes Team Run Sportsmanship and MVP.trophy, Home
Shoda's 10-5. LWCI, 23-7 Rainbow was 3-for-3 in his only game played. trophy
Marine of 16-16 (with nine
Starke Truck Plaza wrapped ........... ... Brooker
up _... _' tOTiluaa> .H ''.J.Aad.O./r-
in the of the last) and then
another Men's League title with a .........'. I I a 0 I 0 I 11 ".'.. runs top ,
CafltHtanralCannaclar I I 0 . 10It.ni Hutson 19-16. Home Run trophy win-
of wins and NuWaves clin-
pair easy ,S,11,!.*............TinmanM.IM.OrWIi ... .,...__..... W.I ner Gary Banks powdered 11 to lead
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with in the last !
IWO .jNuWavai one on
and Hampton 18-3 to go to 17-2 in the C I IT S t 0 I 11 ........... IM intentionally passed the rn>
league while NuWaves slipped past 111!
SOT 4 I I I 15 0 10 Maratllattrta ,. outfielder and the
BGT 11-10 in eight innings and then N.W..a>i Ua"' Oll.ln J.<. Draw..... 14 3S1 It. CmMrannl .... bulky strategy wv
rumbled past Hampton 20-4 and Con- ......Wh....II. till/ ,..''H ..,, ...*Whaalar 35..p4..V.F.O. M, worked. .r.))

tinental Telephone 18-3 to claim the ". 4

runnerup slot. ::11'"
In other action the Starke Stars *
pulled back above .500 with wins over wrap our reputation ; :

Continental (12-10) and Hayes Electric EC

21-9.((11-6)) and BGT topped Continental around every prescription. ,!.r

Randall McGee busted two home t Fresh, high potency drugs highly trained professional pharmacists prescriptions/

runs, Danny McKinney was 4-for-4, k: filled with hospital accuracy. And because EcKord tills more prescriptions *HaP
and both McKinney and Gene Tanner \ anyone else .in the South Eckerd volume means lower prices. inl l>
added circuit blasts in Starke Truck'swin -

over LWCI. Tommy Wise was
3-for-4 in the victory over Hampton.
NuWaves all but locked up second

with their eight-inning win over /14,55Ill I Ci.
challenger BGT.Steve Cox's sacrificefly i.r i.

scored Bill Ratliff with the --- U;
deciding run in the top of the seventh.
Randy Corbin slapped three doubles

Donald Wheeler homered and doubled ]: /z1, IT
and Steve Cubbedge went 3for3to TYLENp-

pace NuWaves past Hampton. '
They then crunched Continental as '" jl'
Cox and Jerry Blalock had three hits
in four trips and Doug Mains went

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1 Northside, Kingsley, Church of God I

Finish 1-2-3 in Men's Church Softball


Northside Baptist Church wrappedup DmM. ThlWM 1-1 m t M <.'.. ...*..JMM...H. C1 a.PNN 0 t I i i 0. 0
Its second straight league title witha Mmmi A......s f.| M 4 M. Wwt Qy.nii a.Mo SN.-y- wMN 1 0 0 I 4 ,, |
12-6 victory over the Junior Stars *.. 1, *.*..M HM H..O. H..r .rttit,4. CeI .,y.aq A41KM. e. AnttM'INS.O.d.n .
r ...M I,|.)I.. w. M.rnll, M. e.1.w1.l
ljr ljr.a and makeup wins over Calvary Baptist \ (I/ N" "' 'W w nmkfr} J. C-. .... n.
t 16-6)and Hope Baptist ((22-6) last "'........h...
Hita*.ll.t IIICtfll.4ltt
week, improving their record to 16-1
lMlM O 4 t SL G 14
In loop play.Kingsley Nrat tffHMI B.a...,...I.._'", r.c._H,J. T-Ball
Lake Baptist settled for M...* 10. ... Cr.fcy .... LeagueThe
second at 14-4 with Church of God one Hw m. IMI 3-4 M.,.....S.M.MUM./N.wyr S11 -* Peeps turned back the Rascals
.O...._.M,D.-.<*14 II.I. Itoatto 14 tl.t .
game back at 13-5 after two wins over I.a....II.JY.LrNn. 16-14 and the Zonkers and Crackers
First Methodist ((13-11 and 12-9)), and led to an 18-18 standoff as
I I e t 0- tN.ftfnM.1 Star
Pine Level in fourth with 10-8 mark.In '1,1 I t I I I I IfJunto T-Ball baseball opened.
other church league action last .**.! J.nw* Cwrtl>."tHIl, Mcmy Ovvto S**. *****,.JuratMm
week Brooker InnMt ...*!.. II ttaflin ftwll, n, MM T.yl.r ll.NwtluUw 7 I 0 11
Baptist edged Calvary 1.WUIton,, 4.4 M 4 M. e..... Lw... 1-' Critic I I I II
1 1'yJ 8-6 before forfeiting to Hope Tuesday I... ....... Dimm ... M 0 II, SuMy ami 1.. tmII _.>*l --.. M"'r.M 4 nm*. JuaHn ...... ..4
+ ,' night and Hope stopped First Baptist ..O..M'.'_.!.< U w. WM4 M.I M41aq'.._I......'."... "Worm a.C..dM .
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Ronnie Thomas 7-for-9 I 0 t l. II
with ...
', I,' "iil ,. three Inside was Pin.........,... Br.t Emlril '.1. N.... Mllto' t-S Ma, W I run* *>. .
the park homers and '- *.t u
Mffcy JhM 3.11w.II..Jlm p .. ...2.9.Dave M'* ,.
Terry Shot with two inside ... 0.-/ 444-
1.4 M.CIw.
Jobs -! ..... Ann 0r,.... 4 Wood .
jIIIIIImt the park in Northslde's two ..d .. Oed, O. I.UMB .*. H. Htujiii 11. O.L..5. fVM W n4
....,. .... 1.bbv I.pp'."".'".-I.
.. makeup wins. Stuart Duncan added 3.4, C. M ... M..1.y I.. ... .
1..51Kim' IMflM n4 41..5. PrvMtf nH.,MIS.N.M. .
Food-d McCIeI1
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three hits including a double in the rime"IV IS..
..n..... 'OL\), r ", win over Calvary while Lamar
,4 ; Williams was 6-for-6 with three extra'

n rrl. .., base hits in the two wins over the Jr. ALL MAJOR BRANDS ONE OF THE LARGEST

(",: -- :, ; .; ... ,.. Stars and Hope. Duncan and Buddy 30" to 56" CEILING FAN CHAIN
T' ", I .I"IOi.! .' Revels both slapped two hits for extra "
J.J: oo} co Starting at 47.95 STORES IN THE NATION
""w ,. i" ; "INiJ" bases against the Jr. Stars.
Jort-.l .1''' ,1'' ,
J.. Iley"r''y, !"o< ,$ ,I.
.. .. David Bennett went 6-for-9 in the
5 ." ;f'1.- ( ',r.
,t' ".. '. ," t. ,< .,,, '. I.J two Church of God wins while Steve f
: ", \. .j ," ."Y"
Bassett Fairland McClellan H. e BRASS FAN

She's in There! Rhoden, and R. Alvarez also had big *
Rowdies Hint baseman 129REVERSIBLE
Sherry Gohagen.Charlotte games. 000 IN STOCK ':
Ames of the Domino's just beats the throw to Her speed helped the Domino's win 18-2. Randy Kelly and Williams Harrell 40 < FAN

both went 2-for-3 in Brooker Baptist's ON DISPLAY 129

win over .

Florida Bank & Domino's Win TwiceFlorida Hall cracked two inside the "The Fan Experts"
park homers and a double and Martin -

Hersey was 3-for-4 with a twobaggerin 0 < ,
Bank and the Domino's _H. '

each won twice while CommunityBank's ........_il V.. OllbM.... f0.........,...*..*-....*, 14-1 W* Hope Baptist's.-.....victory.,A..1sN.r15dd.3.PM.1 _,... ... Rr. \ .;<; ,- --r.II 11 '.j_

Dazzlers their ,....... "
tightened Itla .
gripon -- 0 a I I 4 0 t II SMft 1 II 1 t f 11 S 1 38 BLANDING BLVD.
third place with a 13-12 win over ..._..Ity, 110.1%DOW0. 3 a 1 I 0 ., ..D...,..* S<* -ltM I I 0 I t Man., Tui. .II'III! .
w5. Thur., ..
the Bradford Furniture Saints last Iwdl-I h.'.. 01-d fr-4 >S a ... 21'*. (rt.nl| .eOr.Me... *>lnt* *-V -............ThwM.4-1 H..IMT,.TOT* ...... a S" (At 103rd. next to Plo' N' Save) .
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week. 10-9 loss
despite a the .
>..il..m O. C.I.' M..Mary t-
Rowdies pinned on the Dazzlers.

FB ripped Hampton 22-1 and the

4-for-S with a homer and two doubles ( Buy only Ihe prints you wanly No hassleeven' il the goof'wash' Ihe picture, taking', _
while Vicky Gainesw was 4-for-4 with .

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:horn Terri Parrish last week. She .

:Was> 4-for-4 against the Dazzlers, with' CHAIRReg.
:!liana Smith 3-for-3and Betty Jean 11.99CHAISE 888

.Hudson 3-for-4 with two doubles.
:Against: the Rowdies Charlotte Ames I -""""

was 3-for-4 and Cassandra Johnson i

!-for-S for the leagueleading3omino's. Reg. 19 99 88
: .
:JuaniU Reed was 3-for-4 with a tri"rfe I III

and two doubles to lead theDowdies ,

; past the Dazzlers. Melanie
<;Gohagen and Belinda Kilby added



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Action at the Starke Stan y 't,'

tourney was .torrid In the 'Iq

I sweltering heat. i 1'>>11II
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wayside but Starke' I .

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I Long S-t-r-e-t-c-h for a Putout Klngsley Lake Baptist's Donnie Elder In a l.-2 BGT victory -- .,i'r a..,:?irai
BGT first sacker Dale Haas stretches out for a putout of Saturday. "
Getting Airborn .t/o f,

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Moyer went way up to snare a .t ;
throw from the outfield but still! cdroclT
Malachi Henry Helping Firebirds couldn't quite apply the tag to a1' a"d;!
sliding Genuine Auto Ports runaer l l'r.;
Malachi Henry,the former BHS football-track star who came back to Starke to Twin- Saturday. i ? fit ,: ,..-r
coach those two sports briefly, is helping shore up the Jacksonville Firebird's Killing Nevertheless Moyei ,:m'll
riddled secondary after missing out on tryouts with the New Orleans Saints and and NuWaves claimed k F In"I11'IoG.
Larry Brown to Jackson
Dallas Cowboys. 24 victory In their ru .X .
Malachi,a 5-foot-10,180-pound cornerback who played collegiately at Southern Prevail to Dale Haas was to the Stan tourney 11-' p.Y !lfII
Mississippi, picked off a pass in the end zone in the 'Birds loss to Carolina last the way this double play for tie.1 "iidIUla
week and coaches have said he Is the stabilizing force in the Jacksonville defensive BGT went against Klngsley r. 'J'
backfield-now called the team's weakest link. Both Kentucky and Carolina Lake Baptist Saturday \
but Malachi wasn't In the in Here Prevatt fires the ball tius'iidol:
threw for big yardage against Jacksonville, lineup
the season-opening win over Kentucky ((20-19). to first after KL's Dennis t' {"'11
Crawford (18) was erased at t.ortaaiTl:
second base BGT won the !

game 16-2. .
I Deadline is Friday ':lfl':?!

For FSU-UF Grid CampersBradford :"lIn1 I ,ot')

High Football Coach tion for the camp which runs four n LllO
David Hurse has announced that Fri- days. .Wu. RT i'YII( ,)
day, June 13, Is the signup deadline Coach Hurse said he plans to go to N :J'n.: ,
for boys interested in attending either the FSU camp with the team jll1):1
the FSU or University of Florida foot- members, 12 of which have Indicated /: :,/ '
ball camps this Summer. interest in the Bobby Bowden camp. ,, '" .. Li3 l.1
Boys interested need to see Hurse Hurse will be on staff as a coach if ", -icp'J
by Friday and pay$46, half of the tui enough boys from BHS attend. r nKI L" ('.IJ":yea''

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I Bradford High Summer. Baseball Team Off to' 1 -1 -I Start ;:!I.'I '> ';;:" .16oA."", Abl'f i.

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The Bradlor".Wghsummer" The team, which IllS, Baseball' against players from UF coach Jay 2-for-4. Clark and Hudson stale t l two eII ._ __-, r t" .." .. ,... *.1O't
baseball team sponsored by the Coach Mike Hartley figures will be Bergman's Gator Baseball Camp, bases each, Clark and Goodge tripled, 11Jt.
Starke Recreation Department won his 1981 ballclub, opened with a 7-7 tie and play a doubleheader at and Mark Williams doubled.. Goodge
one. lost one, and tied one in its first against a combination of Deland's Keystone's "B" team Wednesday surrendered just five hits in six Innings
week of a 35-game off-season American Legion "A"and "B" teams night. June 18, starting at 6 p.m. to win the game with Paladino Dixie Boys BaseballThe
schedule. last Saturday and then split with The next home game ((18 to 18 home coming on to add a scoreless last .-.-.'-.5
Gainesville High's Summer team at contests are on the worksheet) will be frame. Olympians topped the Merchants = .. S I I 1 I : S i,

home Monday night, winning the Saturday, June 21, against Deland's Goodge and Scott Allen were both 7-3 on Mike Waters' onehitterand ......-.MOThMu K..ta/ Mm.1511. r .1M Hi!') I'
opener 10-3 before falling 7-3 in the US" club. 2-for-4 in Monday's second game, the Merchants out-hit the o/.a./ .--A.. .4y .
nightcap.The while Clark swiped two more bases. Civitans 15-10 In Dixie Boys play. cl.r/_ Ira_.W... 1......, _Is, Mn" .
Cage Camp local club was to host In last week's games Bill Goodgeled Allen tripled and Goodge doubled. Kenny DeWitt tripled, Jason Polk 0._., Peels II...l..m II.W.U.I.11._<....,..... "I"I* I.

Gainesville's Post 18 American the Bradford hitters, going doubled and Andy Chaff went 2-for-2 Ill .............J.... 'N I rc1,4
Starts June 16 Legion team Wednesday and visits 6-for-ll for the week. He was 2-for-4 O. .-./IH.KjI.. M III S a I 4 to back up Waters' pitching Monday $ . .. "MCMMmi
the Northwest Club In against Deland while Clark _._,_ IN III II IS So night. $.- . I. !
Boys Kenny ... ,. .. .....,. "
w.-.Ieol'( ) -O..ds..d ISM.,4.WINK. The 1. Ira D MMI M, 'l 1 :
In Keystone Gainesville for a doubleheader was 3-for-4 with two RBI's and two .... Merchants got three hits out of Km irt. Vbm C.l..r .. ,., .............. IS. ,. & ,
tonight Thursday, June 12, at 5:30: stolen bases, and pitched 2% innings ....... us M* s P i Shane Johnson, Two doubles from U. 'M.,54.i MM* J.ihr... .. The second annual Keystone p.m. They go back to Gainesville of shutout relief. Tom Paladino crashed _._t_m III III I S ft a Jimmy Schooling: and two hits from ..h..1.; ,M I '., NM.Mi.,.I.I I....:,s..... ,YI'IDd
Heights All Star basketball clinic will Monday night for a 7:30: p.m. game a double and Scott Hudson had two ,HuJ.r((1.1)). --.. ...0..d|1. Kevin Johns in their win. msv H.ii.1 If. D. Dutfy,.. S.MtO. ,.. S1.r1N3'tTR I
run from June 16 to June 21 (Monday steals in the draw in which Bradford > R I
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through Saturday) at Keystone out-hit Deland 13-8 but scored all I
Heights High School. Brooker Union seven runs on seven hits in the third oI,'>cd
Boys and girls aged 10 to 15 can County inning. _
register, with forms available in the youth baseball football Hudson and Goodge were both %\ .
June 5 Lake Region Monitor, and at mooting sot for Jun. 17 2-for-3 in the win over Gainesville : M..?
the Monitor office.Lake Dwellers Gift High, with Clark and Mark Williams .
Shop, and Clay Co-Op in Keystone There will be a joint meeting of the l iOtb7Yiw
Heights. Pop Warner Football Association and _
The clinic,sponsored by Clay County the (baseball) Parents Association Lipton Tennis Entry J _
Community Education, is again Tuesday June 17, at 7:30: p.m. in the 'tutb
headed by former KHHS basketball Brooker Community Center. Deadline is June 23 : IJ":"

players Sherri Anthony and Mike The purpose of the meeting is to Entry deadline for the Lipton :clituv
Wingate. Also due to be on the staff vote on the merger of the football and Tea Mixed Doubles Tennis Tourna- /laNA(
are Dale Layer who graduated from baseball program into one associa r
ment put on by the Starke Recreation : : '
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school \1 ;;:
Buchholz High : and played col- tion.Also Department Is June 23. 7''" .114
lege ball at Eckerd College, Pete on the agenda will be the elec- The tourney is slated for June 26-29 1\\ .-.:::'"" _____ annul
Bohatch an all Sunshine State Conference tion of officers and approval of the in Starke, with the cost *3 per entry. ..1:111iatrGl i
pick at Eckerd and Bill football schedule of activities. -
Register at the Old Armory Recrea- ..- "
Peterson, a widely-known basketball Parents of all players and tion Office from 8:30: a.m. to 5:30 ;;; ?
instructor. cheerleaders are urged to attend. Trophies will be given to the first and .. f ,.,M.
Activities will begin at 8:30: a.m. teams with the winners .. 7J."V. ? ; I
and last until noon each day. The Dixie Youth advancing to a sectional tournament. 1.1 '..:1o i....
clinic will end with a tournament to be Eligibility: Only Bradford County .,nM

held Saturday,June 21, beginning at 9 Major League residents, and amateurs who have not FREE COOLING __. \
a.m. Individual ...... 71 u =- ,saw
competition plus .,- been nationally ranked In the last :
team play leading up to a championship ...,- 515115.5 three years are eligible. I 1.- SURVEY rTHE SAWYER AIRJi>< j dim''1
will be 11145.4I..s. .., i'Jti.t l la
game featured, with Tournament Rules .. :
., _. : Play will consist JLVT
O>Ul 1'WUktaM MM Ira M JV' it A. ,*.
parents and interested members of B.ftmtmil O ,.. c. Cittk II.OlMIM of two out of three sets with a I ., EXPERTS UNDERSTAND : etol
the community welcome to attend. O..|--H e 1..StaffMWrilMlMMSII. nine-point tiebreaker in sets that :
For further information call Sherri! ,. IWM,.. CHi.Jlir U.T.fftttt ,... S... II.O.WlM reach 6-4. A Random draw will be used I HIGH ELECTRIC BILLS: iiiVIWOlfi
Anthony, 473-4833 or Mike Wingate, in the single elimination tourna,
473-3192. .......-. ment. Players must supply tennis WE PROVIDE CARRIER .1 boaR
L.woot- e e I'.I. I Iol.Ms balls ( Penn I ? t>na
preferably yellow),
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_11.5 5.5i...a e I.. _.. I..- SOLUTIONS ;sat y:1::>
Smallfry Majors '., ---..s.r-11. Ballet May be OfferedThe HEAT AND AIR .'I I 7 ..111.8nSII'1'1
Youth SoftballThe ---..(....hx).0.......... : !
.w.si M IL' Recreation Department is stur e WATER COOLED HEAT PUMPS ,:Irtua

Peanuts, Muppets Kermita, the possibility of offering ballet COMPLETELY INSTALLED -IISeoM.OUNITS Vti&ifl
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and Snoopies all claimed[ wins classes starting in September.
last I II S 14 M bnc
week as Smallfry Major League softball ._.CtlM.!IS .a IS.10.. %.,.SS,p.miinj Classes would be offered on Monday 1 MEAT PUMPS li ISqIua,
opened up. SB a ,... MHMiiBn 11.Oi nights from 6 to 7 p.m. for 189O 'I
<|inil,.<0.tw.W..-w_-.I .., "9. and from 7 to 8 for 10 ONLY
p.m. ages INCJ'1: nbdM11i1
MI tm. ,..i.mil .1.1 ...
Ih_ -s and up. Cost would be $10 monthly ( notKtM

1151. ........J..1.1I. with a limit of 15 students per class :
_.N.rw a55..4_lee.... 554115.11 Sharon MacMillan would be the class. _"
...- __ Y_ CIoM .dd1.5. rd 0..s a. 11111,1 teacher. ,iljnoSt.Maat'
v..1w..d.N..Ir. 04..1 Ch5d1. se S SS s.d >l 5d PssKs.WuO.
*r..Mum,C CH>.r. 114. ,..Onf ..-....-. W....0. .. sign-up list by calling the Rec. \ "jC") roL
4.M..w 55511.1. . .. toM SMOT-SS S l Ira Department at 98+8792.

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r s I IY1 The Starke Stars lft-18 year olds) anxTlfton 1 I Starke Jr. Stars (13-15) are going toifton' \ \0"\ Air Condition! Experts = ri'nsRIFiu"f
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--c-...,. .__. Georgia this weekend for the' Freindly City Boys Softball CO
=. ,,...._'_.__........ Tournament- double-elimination test if most of the South' best youth slow- p,t t\ Florida f/lrliltcations siulDl.'YaM

......-. Both Starke clubs play Friday night at 10 p.m.; with the Senior Stars playing PHONE 964-7701 ,,.t1.1M'
-/ Isle." the winner of an earlier meeting betweenwin Woolard Oil of Poulan,Ga..and the Ir- -
. Stars of Ocilla, Ga. The Junior Sta rs meet the survivor of the National
,=:--""' 5Wse. ,.i"..I.I ,S..0." Guard Rockets oT MouJtrle, Ga. and Mill ler Brothers of Poulan.' -. ) .e1s'eHoeu

P..wr ....,. I5e.s. .U -. 22 teams are in the 16-18 year old field I. including Live Oak's Patriots First fi 1 !
-1.N.I M-. .d --. I ss Mw Federal of Jenson Beach, the Miami landitos,14 teams from Georgia,;"andKl CI'I't'(I
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11 junior boys teams are entered, aga In most from Georgia. .

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l\$seniors Honored at Awards Night Sarke .Elks. Story Of old Glory"On i

Hold Visitation June 14, 1775 the Continental The story of the first U.S. flag is interesting

top honor for the Bradford Cowirffligh shorthand: Christie Faulkner, typ- Foundation Scholarship, $650 award, Army "was created with some e.koo but possibly mythical. The
School I960 graduating clan ing: Susan Owens Patrick Crawford; STAR Award, troops, says Sergeant Yedinak, *ne well-known tale of Betsy Ross stit- ,
goJo: valedictorian Betsy Yawn and Award-Spanish:;Sarah Foreign Faulk.Language Joyce (Junior student) Joey Herres; Student Starke Elk 1802 members attending Army recruiter in Starke, "and two ching away at Old Glory Is commonly
wlotatorlan(l Sarah Faulk. Wainwright, French: Renee Council Awards, Randal Andrews, District Vice President Carl Moore'svisitation years later, to the Continental accepted, but may not be quite true.
Miss Yawn' daughter of at Green Cove Springs! Elk Congress adopted the introduced!
Judgemoron Williams ROTC Award Michael Chub Johnson Robbie Pierce; young na- In 1870 her grandson the
Yawn of Gainsville ; Lodge last Thursday night were Mr. "
tion's first official
and Mrs. Dahnke to State flag. claim, based solely on family yarns
Marian Leadership Scholarship Troy
Rea Yawn of Starke Puttman, Theodore and Mrs. George W. Brown, Mr. and This
Lilt* maintained Robbie Pierce Academic year our nation celebrates passed down over the years. Ms. Ross
Greenly University,
.,. grade point average throughout Hudson,,Jr.Judy; Girls Hankerson Athletics and, Valeria James Scholarship to Florida State; University Mrs. Herb Dominiannl Chase l Mr. and Mrs. both the 205th birthday of the Army was Indeed a flagmaker, but the fart
high school career. Chandler Yawn and George Billy Eddy, Mr. (now more than 700,000 troops) and that no references to the flag can be
and $500 Betsy ,
Judy Hankerson per
ipient of awards ; Boys and Mrs. Bill Flnucan, Mr. and Mrs. the 203rd of the stars
many Betsy Athletics, Daniel Edward Beth Patray; Music Scholarship to anniversary and found In any documents of the period
Wan* to attend FSU on a musicbblarship. Allen Hildebran Florida State Herb Louth, Nealy McConnell, Jr. stripes on June 14 the until 1777, a year after her alleged
Scott $240
III, and Richard Smith University, per anrSMrs. declared
; Mr. and Mrs. V.A. Nichols, Mr.
Special Education Sheila ,' Betsy Yawn Science gress, in 1949, officially as creation of the flag, suggests that
quarter ;
of Starling, Frank Ottinger Mr. and Mrs.
A member the National Flag
Honor and Day. perhaps she didn't actually make it.
Harmon Underhill Jr. Scholarship $2400 to use attending
Bob Strunk,John Warren and Mr.and
Society, Betsy received awards In Florida State University, Beth Whoever did make the first flag,
English, Math, Science, and Social Patray Music Scholarship to attend Mrs. Bobby Wolff. Pvt. James H. Groves however, couldn't have been overly
at the American Legion School Award On Sunday Mr. and Mrs.:George W.
Studies annual senior awards Dirk flattered by Imitation. Early on in Its
rogram, May 13, at the BHS Beth Patray, Joey Riggs; Boy's State Schmidt Elks Scholarship College for Excellence Brown, Mr. and Mrs. George Dominlannl Selected for RAP history, the flag varied widely in its

auditorium.Salutatorion. Representatives, (junior boys) Joey ,; $600, Jeffrey Brooker; Tuition and Mr. and Mrs. Nealy McConnell Private First Class (PFC) JamesH. design. Some flags had the 13 stars in
Sarah Faulk daughter Herres, and Mike Whiff en; Santa Fe Scholarship In Tennis to Florida Jr. of Starke Lodge 1802 at- Groves of Starke, FL, has been a circle, some in rows, some with the
of Mr- and Mrs. Joseph Faulk of Community College Endowment Cor- Junior College, Chub Johnson; tended the Northeast District Elks the U.S. Army Recruiting 13th star surrounded by a circle of 12.
Starke, Is graduating with a grade poration, Henry H. Beck Scholarship, Athletic Scholarship to Mars Hill College Harry Anna Crippled Children's Out Command to perform thirty days of Still others had blue stripes in addi-
of 3.75. Patrick Crawford, and Michael Patient Clinic Committee meeting at of the red and white
point average Allen Scott, III; and Tuition special duty here as part the tion to ones.
Miss Faulk received a full tuition Akridge; Starke Rotary Club Scholarship to St. Johns River Community downtown Jacksonville Elk Lodge hometown "Recruiter Aide' Pro- In 1794, the number of stripes was
and-fee scholarships from Santa Fe Academic Scholarship to Santa Fe College, Timmy Cissy. 221. The Jacksonville Harry Anna Out gram" (RAP). officially prescribed as 15 with the admission -
Community College. Community Sollege ($500 per year), Patient Orthopedic Clinic serves the The RAP system enables new Army of Kentucky and Vermont to
: She:also won the Foreign Languageward. Jeffrey Brooker, Ann Brooks, and eleven Elks Lodges In the Northeast personnel to return home and discuss the Union. In 1813 it returned by law
Cathy Grider, alternate; National Church of Christ District, which includes the Starke their recent Army experiences and to 13, and the same legislation said
Honor Society Members, Jeffrey Lodge. advanced individual training with that for each new state, one star
Eight BHS graduates have earned Brooker, Sarah Faulk,Chub Johnson YDS 'June 16-20 area residents. Recruiter aides are should be added to the field on the July
high honors with a grade point Teresa Knepper, Kevin Miller, Beth FHP Receives encouraged to "tell it like it is" when Fourth following that state'sad
average of 3.5 or better. Twenty-five Patray, Pam Underbill, and Betsy
The annual Vacation Bible School talking to local young men and mission.
will J graduate with honors of at least a Yawn; American Legion ROTC will be held June 16 thru 20 from 7 til 9 Grant To Seek women about today's volunteer Army

.0Those Awards, Mike Dahnke and Marian p,m. nightly at the Starke Church of MinoritiesTALLAHASSEE and the options available.A .
high honors Puttman.A .
Jeffrey Christ. 1976 graduate of Bradford High
are: Brooker, Sarah Faulk, Classes will be held for ages 2 thru The Florida School, PFC Groves recently Belt Tightening,
Teresa Knepper, Beth Patray,Joseph Highway Patrol has been awarded a
high school. All children and teens are graduated from the Army's Vulcan
Riggs( Pamela Underhill, Joyce cordially invited and urged to attend. federal grant of $41,000.00 to help at- Faar Repairman training at Army Style"In
Wainwright and Betsy Yawn. Contribution Certificate of Achievement and Refreshments will be served each tract minority applicants for Florida Redstone Arsenal, AL, and will be today's economy everybody's

Those Brooks graduating William with Chastain honors are: Center of BHS presented was awarded by the to Media Mr. night. If you need transportation, Highway Patrol Officers It was announced assigned to Ft. Stewart, GA, upon got to make some sacrifices," says
Ann Peggy please call 964-8394, 964-5377 or today. completion of the hometown RAP Sergeant Yedinak, the Army
Jerry L.
Michael Dahnke McGriff and a Plaque of Ap-
Cooper, Sandra 782-3373. "We have signed a Consent Decree assignment. recruiter In Starke, "and the Army's
; Darley, Christie Faulkner, Terry preciation was presented to Miss San- with the U.S. Department of Justice
PFC Groves Is the son of Mr. and no exception. But with a little ingenuity
Goodge, Cathy Grlder, Lewis Hersey, dy Smith, science department chair- to actively recruit minorities" said Mrs. Edward Groves, Starke, and Is these belt-tightening measures can
Janice Jockel, James Johnson, and man by Janice Jockel, Beth Patray Airman Steven J.Walrath Colonel Eldrlge Beach, Patrol Direc- married to the former Susan Masseyof turn out to be blessings In disguise. A
Betsy Yawn.Additional ,
: Leonard Johnson, Cindy Jordan, tor. "The Decree states that we agreeto
Lawtey.They have one son,Donald good example Is the Army's tank and
; Kevin Miller, Lori Ann Norman, BILOXI, Miss-Airman Steven J. hire 30 percent minorities the first James, age 2%. mortar training,"
: Deborah Ratliff, Lisa Reddish, Gary awards that were Walrath, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank year of the five-year period and that PFC Groves will be assisting SFC In the tank training, a special
Searle, Sherree Shinn Richard presented include: "I Dare You" Walrath of Keystone Heights, has an additional 15 percent will be Andy Fernandez of the U.S. Army "mini-tank" range Is being used to
:. smith, Jr., Lydia Starling, James Award Jeffrey Brooker, and Teresa graduated from the U,S. Air Force air females." Recruiting Station at the Federal sharpen both the tank commanders'and
Tomlinson, Raymond Trainor, Renee Knepper; D,A.R. Award, (Daughtersof traffic controller course at Keesler The Patrol's 18 Troop Safety Of- Buildinbg, 401 SE 1st AVe.,Room 319, gunners' skills.
: Williams, and Cheri Wright. the American Revolution) Betsy Air Force Base here. ficers who normally spend most of or by calling 376-7721.
Santa Fe Community College Yawn; National Achievement Graduates of the 16-week course their time teaching traffic safety

. awarded tuition and fee scholarships Scholarship Program for Outstanding learned procedures to regulate air recently held a one-day training session
r to nineteen students who represent Negro Students, (semi-finalist) Allen traffic and direct aircraft to radar- in Tampa on minority recruiting
I the top 10 percent of the 1980 Scott, III; National Merit Scholarship controlled landings and passed the methods.: d
; graduating class. The nineteen Program, (finalist) recipient of $500 Federal Aviation Administration Certification A color slide show has been produced 'eaut,
students are: Betsy Yawn Sarah per year for the remaining three examination. They also to show all phases of Patrol work
: Faulk, Joey Riggs, Beth Patray Jef- years at the University of Florida, earned credits toward an associate and will be used extensively in future
1 frey' Brooker, Teresa Knepper, Pam Teresa Knepper; I.T.T. Rayonnler degree in applied science through the recruiting methods. and t
! Underhill, Joyce Wainwright, Kevin Community College of the Air Force. The Patrol needs about 100 ,
Miller, Cathy Grider, Leonard Airman Walrath will now serve at qualified applicants each year to keepIts

:, Johnson Cheri Wright, Sherree J.C. Faulk Attends RAF Upper Hayford England.The strength at 1200 troopers. JJeaftL Mlnt6
' Shinn, Cindy Jordan, Janice Jockel, airman Is a 1977 graduate of "We urge anyone who Is InterestedIn
! William Chastain, Sandra Darley, Continental Telephone Keystone Heights High School. a career with the Florida Highway
) Christie Faulkner, and Lori Ann Nor- Patrol to contact the nearest Patrol
I man. Company TrainingJoseph Altar Society station for information about requirements by Debra Norman .

Other awards presented at the C. Faulk, switchman for ," concluded Beach. Mary Kay Cosmetics
ceremony were the English Department Continental Telephone Co. of the Installs Officers Beauty Consultant

Award, Betsy.Yawn and John- South at Starke, has completed a Installation of Officers for St. Ed-
I lie Bell; Math Department Award, course in Vlcom-T-Carrier Systems at ward's Altar Society was conducted phone 964-8849
Did You Know............
oj Kevin Miller, Beth Patray, Joey the Continental Telephone System following dinner at Western Steer (
I Riggs, and Away Yawn; Science Training Center near Amherst, Va. Steak House on Sunday, June 1. Mrs.
J department Janice Jockel This eight-day course emphasizesthe Kathy Pernini served as the Install- Summer Tanning
(Bausch & Lomb Award), Beth theory, operation, and ing Officer.
I Patray, and Betsy Yawn; Social maintenance of the complex elec- Mrs. Carol Ashline was Installed as Friends of former Fire Chief Eldon Summer Is fast approaching, it's the favorite time of year for both
.1 Studied Award, Betsy Yawn; tronic equipment which enables 24 president; vice president is Mrs.Ruth Sapp, condition to hear that he is in young and old. Summer is the time for family gatherings, picnics in the
-, Agriculture Award, Scot Clark, telephone conversations to be Meng; Mrs. Jane Bawek is the new critical in St. Vincent's park, and weekends at the beach.If .
.1 Douglas Watson; Annual Staff transmitted over a four-wire circuit. secretary; and Mrs. Betty Dazinskl Hospital, Jacksonville' following a you are like me, you just can't wait for the summer sun when you
, Award, Randall Gonzalez; Art Upon completion of the course, the will serve her second term. as stroke Saturday.. w- .4 can get outdoors'and enjoy basking the sun,and getting myself a good
" Award, Virginia Crawford, and Lisa student is able to operate, test, andjrepair treasurer of the organization. .." .
" Tucker Business Education Award a T-carrier system. wiled auehipmsg ti get a UhVtt wise to fTrid"buYKbWNI's3Hy"
; ..- K. The pastor* Reverend Father Martin rl' ,' ,..-.J
.1 I bookkeeping: Lydia Starling, Rhea Faulk has been with the Continental Jung/wished the newly Installed should avoid sunbathing between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.'This.1S -'-'"

, Corbett, secretary: Cindy Jordan, System since May 1958. officers well during the 1980-81 term. the time when the rays from the sun are strongest. ,
Tables were arranged in a T form sa When your skin is exposed to the sun, the ultra violet rays stimulate pig-
with the pastor, officers and spousesat ment cells, which In turn produces melanim. When melanim is producedit
the head of the table. Decoratingthe rises to the top layer of skin thus producing a tan.
Did You K ,
center of the head table was a BIRTHSMatthew You should always use a good sunscreen, one that will reflect the rays
statue of Our Lady of Fatima encircled off the skin, or that will absorb the rays so that they don't reach the
Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby visited Miss Vickie Turner of West Palm with a garland of garden flowers. deeper layers of your' skin. I recommend sunscreens which contain
Mrs.J,B.Dansby in Perry on Sunday.J.D. Beach will be home for a weeks vaca- Following the Installation, officers Thomas Barksdale PABA, or any PABA derivatives: homosalates, cinnamates, benzo-

tion next week. and guests were Invited to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Barksdale, phenones (benzone) on product label.
Doyle returned Sunday of last Mr. and Mrs. Richard Coss for a Jr., of Milan, Tenn., announce the Products by the SPF are labeled from numbers 2-15. The numbers tell
, week after 10 days visit with Mr. and Drew Barry and Miss Pam McRaeof dessert refreshment and social hour. birth of a son, Matthew Thomas,born you how long you can stay in the sun safely without burning.
': Mrs. J.F. Robb in Doraville, Ga. Gainesville were in Birmingham June 2. You need protection from the sun when ever you are outdoors. The sun
Ala., Thursday to Sunday to attena Alter Society Meeting Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. dehydrates skin, therefore a moisturizer should be used after being in the
Mrs Jane Trawick returned Sunday the wedding of Bobby Storey to Fran Mrs. Carol Ashline, president, Robert Barksdale of Humboldt,Tenn. sun. The moisturizer will help make your akin feel smooth' and soft.
after a month in Tampa visiting Porter on Saturday night. Drew was presided at the meeting of St Ed The sun can be very damaging to skin, causing it to age faster, and can
! her mother Mrs.Jane Anderson,who in the wedding party of his former ward's Altar Society held June 3 in cause skin cancer, if taken in excess or for long periods at a time.
. Shanda
suffered a stroke and died May 28. roommate. the parish hall. Lynn Murrow Take precautions and when out in the sun, and good luck to a beautifultan.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Murrow of ."
: Mrs. Trawick brought her granddaughter Mrs. Barbara Anderson .
Shawn Kelly of Tampa Mrs. Jean Rathel of Salisbury., volunteered for altar care during Starke announce the birth of a If you have any questions and would like help or advice please feel free
: back with her for an indefinite visit. Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Drew Red- June. daughter, Shanda Lynn born June 2 in to write Mrs. Norman. Questions and answers will be published at ran

dish and family this week and will at- The following Chairmanships were St Luke's Hospital. dom. Write to: Bradford Co. Telegraph, Attn: Debra Norman P.O,
tend the Moore family reunion Saturday announced Altar-Mrs. Antoinette Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Drawer A, Starke, Fl 32091. ,
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returned at the Drew Reddish home.Arriving Mrs. L.C. Rowe of Starke. Great .
Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early Coes International Affairs--Mrs.An-
with Saturday from Sydney, Australia ; grandparents are Mrs. Bell Brown Club wishes to thank the "
Sunday after three weeks visit toinette Stefanelli: Community Atfairo The Bradford County Roping .
andson and Mrs. Jewel Rowe of Starke. .
: relatives In Anna, 111., are Mr. and Mrs. John Oxenford -Mrs. Barbara Anderson; following for their donations to the Bradford .
Paternal grandparents are Sonny sponsors
who will be spending the week
with the Reddish's. Organization Services-Mrs. Anne Murrow of Starke and Mrs. Barbara County Roping Cn! ,'s Annual Frolics: ,'.:
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Conner and
Samons; Family Affairs-Mrs. Jacksonville. Great "
South of grand-
'1 daughter, Mrs. Peggy Garner and Dolores Meng; Telephone-Mrs. are Buck Carter of Jackson- Holiday InnCarradine's George Roberts Ins./ ,:. '
: Welch of Savannah
Bobby ,
1 daughter Kim of Leesburg were to Mary Brown; Special Correspondentfor ville, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Marrow Leather Shop Century 21 Real Estate I :'"
1 Ga., spent last Monday Thursday
visIting Mr. and Mrs. Steve Conner Sick-Mrs. SHaller .
. Atlanta over the weekend.. with her parents, Dr., and Mrs. O.L. Social-Mrs. Mary Peggy Cissy. ; of Palatka and Mrs. Betsy Beggs Body Shop>> Kenneth Elixson, :"'i"K !
Haynes, Jr. Father Martin Jung discussed Pavalas of Starke. Starke Builders Supply Pine Bark Shavings 1.

, Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Hutson .were Bob Wilson of weekend plans for Summer Religion Classes. lien Denise Plttmen Stumps Dept. tore' Jackson Building Supply 1
Tampa was
' Sunday' luncheon guests of Mr. and Plans were discussed for various Bobbys Produce Automotive Parts Center
1 of Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy.
, Irs. Gene guest social and spiritual activities.Mrs. and Debra Pittman of Lake Funeral Home "'
Sumner in Lake City, Harry Poole of Gainesville was also Michael Eckerds DrugsMontgomery Archer Tanner 1;'
Sunday guest. Anderson announced that a Butler announce the birth of their Ward Keith Reddish Beauty Shop \.'
Charismatic Conference would be
Ileane Denise 12 In
daughter, ,on May
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan of Live held July 25,26 and 27 at Jcksonville's Alachua General Hospital. Denise Thomas Auto Parts Gerald Griffis Const. Co.
.t family of Naples will spend the Civic Auditorium., joins a sister, Beth, who is 2. Wilson Florist Terwillegar Motors .
Oak were Thursday overnight guests '
'" weekend with his parents, Mr. and of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Members were encouraged to supply Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Wife and I Ceramics Alderman Pharmacies, Inc., Ocala .
Mrs Merrill Edwards. Lawson. They took back with them clothing for Cuban refugees. Dr. Mrs. Barney Pittman. Paternalgreatgrandmother Country Hub Carl Hurst Candidate for ,
and Mrs. Carlos Hernandez are currently Is Mrs. Calvin '
Misses their grandson, Matthew Jordan for sponsoring five refugees. They Maternal Badcock Home Furnishing Tax Collector
Cindy and Denise Cissy are Touchstone of Lake Butler.
'1 ( two days visit. have offered to excess Sharon Grunwald Community State Bank
visiting their brothers, Jimmy and transport grandparents are Mrs. Ilean A. Lewis
'1 Michael Cissy in Sacramento Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bamhart and clothing and supplies to the Jackson. of Gainesville and the late Reed E. Joann Underhill Roys Grocery Meat Mkt.
Ibis summer. ville Cuban collection center.At Lewis. Maternal great-grandmother Teal Tile &
daughters, Jennifer and Ashley of Bobby Johnson
Vail Colo., arrived Tuesday for the close of the. meeting is Mrs. E.C. Lewis of Starke and Steve Backus Agridite Looking Glass Beauty Salon
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jones on visit with her refreshments were served by Mrs. maternal great grand-father is C.L.
several ,
days parents M. Hale.
Ii Brownlee Road recently were Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Loudon. The Bar* Glssy and Mrs. Meng. Atkinson of Brooker. Pastry Shop
a nd Kats Place Farm Bureau Ins.. Co.
Mrs. Russell A. Jones and Mr. nharta leave Friday for ten days tripto
,.s and Mrs.Andrew Callogoun of Tell Cl- London and Ireland leaving their Andrews Drugs Western Steer Steak House
i ty, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones and daughters/ with the Loudons. BEGINNER'SPAINTING Williams Jewelry Dave Shuford
's lIOn, Mark of Morgan, Utah. Also Dahmers Discount Bradford Co. Commissioner
1 mting were Mr. and Mrs. Jones' two Mr. and Mrs.:Rick Jackson Chattanooga Meat Market &
;,1 MS, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones, Tenn. are spending two : The Office Shop Wilbur Waters
Diedra' and Kim of Starke and Mr. months with his parents, Mr. and LESSONS Harry Green Auto Supply Land Clearing
.a and Mrs. Phil Jones of Ollns Trailer Mrs. W.T. Jackson, Sr. Thomas Oil Company Sunshine Electric
1 Park. Mrs. Russell Jones Bob Jones, Bradford Square Florist Bradford Title &: Abstract Co., Inc. "

made Paul Jones the fourth and generation daughter together Deidra Mrs. Wayne Kinney and son, Chris It's easier than :you think! Jimmy Alvarez Philip Clark Realtor. Appraiser "
of Bradenton are visiting Mrs. 1
)t for Steve Simmons, Candidate
the Appraiser
first time. Property
Carolyn Redgrave this week. Mr. Kinney -
will Join the family this weekend. Classes in Oils. Gilbert S. Brown For Tax Collector .
S! Miss Patricia Lamb of Daytonaeach Acrylic or Clerk of Circuit Court Esther S. Hall. Candidate

' has returned to Starke and is Mrs. Jerry Lawson returned to her Florida Bank at Starke For Tax Collector ,

.L; lding at 13S4 Standing Street,. home in Fort Walton Beach on Mon- Reasonable Rates Florlland Realty Charley E. Johns Ins.. ,.
ratoga Heights.
weeks visit with Mrs
after two
day .' .
Ewell Lawson. Hipp Ford Tractor Co. Dr. Joe Harrison. Veterinary .
Dr. James Pennington, Veterinary "
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen of R&W Equipment Co. "
..1 ke Bedford and Mrs. Belle Brown Mrs. Its Rain of Chlefland Is spending 'Phone Sheriff Dolph Reddish, Farmers Mutual Exchange '" ." \

f Hampton were visiting Mrs. E.S. two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. for. Bradford County Gold Kist Feed ', .MJ: ::_ '
R Emma J.G. Supply" ., ..., .
unison in Dunedin and Mrs. & "
more Durrance Pump :
Orals .
itch Seminole last Garage ...........
i "eiday Campbell to Friday Melissa and PrlscUIa Jackson are Information J J. Wolbert Attorney Pre Wee Nursery (Gerald Brown)
A &K Feed StoreRoy Adit ins) '
visiting their grandparents Mr. and Dairy Queen ''' .. '"
. Mrs. Ernest Moore of Lyon. S,C.: Is Mrs. $.E..,Smith in w WUUston this (MARK WILLIAMS: Sawyer Slade Gas Hone Hart, Candidate for """ 'I..,

. wst this week of Mrs. W.B Mundy. week. 311- link Stop : ', County Commissioner ', ; :'\r r:> '

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire Dr.;, and Mrs. J.F. Burney and I 964- 7189 Geralds Fins Station Continental Telephone System ,-,." ,:".

If ere In Valdosta, Ga. Saturday and daughter Cheryl of Clarksville, I The Rancher Inc. OUn's Mobile Home Sales. .. ,,.:. (,\!
. "day attending the McDaniel fami- Tenn., were Monday visitors. of.. Mrs, I Mr. and Mrs. Pat Welch Lewis Timber Company, Inc. .;

nunlon. Edith.Hutcheson > I .. ..'" Judge Elile Sanders Photography by Thomas W. JonesI w :


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Pile 14A TELEGRAPH June 12,111IO


Postmaster Cliff Hazen Has RetiredVeteran

F Yt Starke Postmaster Cliff ford County area. He served In that A recommendation Is then made by
7.. i i 1 Hazen, Jr. retired May 30 and Janet capacity from 1949 until 1964. the promotions board, according to
., H 1Yt y Cook of Jacksonville of Cook Joined the postal service in Cook, to Postmaster General William
et Af employment and services of the bulk; 1967 in Texas and moved to Jackson- F. Bolger In Washington, D.C., who
mail center In Jacksonville, has been ville with the postal service In 1973. then makes the final decision.
Texas Sweets! selected Interim postmaster until a Monday June 9, was the final day Cook estimated the process will
successor Is appointed. that applicants from the southern take from three to five months.
Rev. Fonzo Prevatt holds onion .
an measuring region could apply for the vacant She said that If no applicants apply
17 inches around and six inches and ,
across flaxen was appointed April 28, 11164 postmasters position. She indicatedthat from the southern region, then it Is
grown in his garden at 609 Collins Place,Just. by President Lyndon B..Johnson to be no one from the local post office thrown open to a person from any of
off in NW Starke.
Orange Street postmaster and has served In that has applied for the position. the other regions in the country.
From Just 90 plants Rev. Prevatt has two capacity until he retired at the end of The only stipulation, according to
shelves full of the huge Texas Sweet onions, last month. He started work
Feb. 14, Cook, was that the successful appli-
which he says lives up to their name of being 1964 with the Starke post office. cant must move to Starke within one
sweet. It's the first time Prevatt has grown He was born In Brooker
and came after assuming the position.
Taxas Sweets, which he tried after hearing to Starke to live in 1937. After the applications are received 21 Donated.Blood
some of his gardening competitors brag about At the time he went to work for the they are screened by the U.S. Postal
their fine onions. postal service Hazen was Sinclair Oil Service promotions board who then Twenty-one local residents donated
Rev. Prevatt, 70 and out of the
now just Distributor for Starke and the Brad. Interviews each candidate. blood when the bloodmobile visited
hospital, still manages to maintain a small
garden next to his house from which the family the Chamber of Commerce here Monday -
eats fresh vegetables. Besides the big for the Civitan Regional Blood
onions Rev. Prevatt grows pole beans, ford Comprehensive Plan Hearings on TapPublic Center in Gainesville. .
hooks, speckled butter beans, okra, and The 21 donors were Bill Alderman,
squash, all just yards from his house. Mri!... hearings on the final 12 Both the municipalities and county Kenneth Grider, Jerry Thompson,
Mrs. Nettle Prevatt Is given much credit by elements of Comprehensive Plans to have already adopted land use plans. Judy Alderman, Dessle Jackson, VIncent
her husband for helping in the garden. be adopted by the City of Starke, Elements of the comprehensiveplans Spengler, Bob Fill, Mr. Tillman,
"I couldn't do It without her," Prevatt sayi. Bradford County, and the towns of up for public comment are Gus KopelouBos, Marjorie Thompson
Like many Bradford Countians, Prevatt Brooker, Hampton, and Lawtey will potable water, sanitary sewer Giles Mitchell, Carolyn Canova Leon
came off the farm.The youngest child, last at be held this week. drainage, solid waste, utility, public Williams,Richard Cuddington,Kathy
home, and his father dead, Prevatt had to till The first of two public hearings on buildings and related facilities Struth, Sherri Norman, Don Eberle
the 4o-acre family farm for a living as a young comprehensive land use plans for the recreation and open space, conservation Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cooney, Daniel!
boy. Gardening nothing new. county and the municipalities of intergovernmental coordination, Cooney, Steve Futch, and Kenneth
Brooker, Hampton,and Lawtey Is set economic feasibility component, traffic Childress. .'
tonight (Thursday!,June 12) at 7 p.m. circulation, and housing.The It was a slow day here for the bloodmobile
in the Bradford County courthouse.The comprehensive plans, required according to' Chamber
second hearing is set for June 26. by state law,have been prepared over secretary Kathy Struth.
No one appeared to discuss Starke's the past several years by the North Anyone donating blood through the
proposed comprehensive plan at the Central Florida Regional Planning Chamber account can draw on the ac-
first hearing on it June 3. The second Council.Deadline for adoption Is July count if a family member needs
hearing on the city of Starke's com 1. blood.
June '14 is THE Day to Honor prehensive plan is set Tuesday, June Little public comment is expectedat The bloodmobile visits the
I 17, at 7 p.m. in city hall. any of the hearings. Chamber every two months.

U.S. Floe......; Stars and Stripes- -. I

Flag Day, celebrated each June 14, not carry It until 1834. It was not I II i
honors the creation of the Stars and authorized as a calvary standard until I
Stripes as the official flag of the 1887. II I
United States. In this country's The first recorded recognition of ,
historical calender, Flag Day Is one the birthday of the flag was in 1885 bya I
of the most important dates of the Wisconsin school teacher. The state f
year. of New York declared June 14 a state
The history of Flag Day begins dur- holiday in 1897.
ing the American Revolution. In the June 14 took on national I
early stages of the war, the young nation significance In 1907 when the
had no official standard and Benevolent and Protective Order of
many groups had expressd the desire Elks designated the date as Flag Day.
for a flag as a means of identification.The The Elks were the first fraternal S. I
Continental Congress adoptedthe organization in the nation to mandate
design of the Stars and Stripes on observance of Flag Day and its entire
June 14, 1777, resolving that, "The national order. A special ceremonywas
flag of the United States shall be thirteen also created that still is con-
stripes, alternate red and white ducted.
with a union of thirteen stars of whiteon President Woodrow Wilson asked
a blue field, representing a new that June 14 be celebrated as Flag
constellation." Day in 1916. Other presidents made
Though the Congress had adoptedthe similar requests, but Flag Day did not Make dad a star on
basic design, flagmakers were become formally recognized until
free to add their own artistic touches. President Truman, himself an Elk, June 15th. Choose
The flag flown at the Battle Benn- signed a resolution in 1949, declaring from our great selection -
ington on August 16,1777,featured the Flag Day an official national holiday. of Father's
number "76" emblazoned on the blue Organizations such as the Elks, and Pen With day .
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Throughout 19th celebrations,
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own variations' / of the Stars and citizens honor the birthday of what :a :(ot1\ r .:: Money ."
Stripes. Though it was the official national has been the symbol of hope and ;' Clods\ \ !I!
flag, U.S. Army land forces did freedom around the world. 398 .ravel\ r ,lug..

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June l2, Isse :
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What is Fathelr's Da y'ff'" ]! Know: I

Remember, It's Father's Day this Sunday, June 15. ,i
We thought about researching the history of the day set :fl.,'r

aside to honor pop, the third Sunday in June each year but II '

rinstead decided to let first O/! ..
area graders give their explanation Lo"e.. -h.: '' ''' \ .' 'J" '.
of just what dad's special day is. ri' '. '' ''n'f r.'{f 'i (:p. ;: r'. Carmen; Barber of 'ddya;
4dtl'1 ... ,d1 ; .. ..Lawley. Elementary sees her ,
f"\ 1): ) ,.!,' .IJ" r. J I; t 1'1'. .. ,,' !,>' ( '.. ''. .,, I ,oj,',',1',. .,' P." . ;,. 1 '1".1"/ 'I. -
Lawtey Elementary's first ((2). Because no one gives us kids II vi r.I I .... 5 .1.. .
grade 1 student twll what Father's "no
nothing. 1 j .
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Day means to them:' Donald Smith: (1). Buy him col- 'a .,...:. t.o \\.i-1j i i ;"'" ",

Carmen Barber: Father's Day I Ia a ogne ft stuff. (2). Because. I'm little \\"t.c. th.i'. ''f } ';<' : :
Michael Starling: (1) It means you J.frI.'l .
day for fathers, when do
you love daddy. (2). Because are g'J.\ c) $ ,
your you c.. : "
for them. I to '\"
something am going :>> <\ ; ;
too little and don't know what c : ;
give him a little present. My daddy is mean you O ,, .,.. to 11 G\ () ., e Co 1V
strong like Superman to me. When he 5tC vc J '1I" ; 1 1a
Henry Rhodes ((1) Special day for "tfj' !;
took me to the movies I was excited I L 1-40' 0 t I'\\I \
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love : Dad to go fishing. (2) Because Dads #\:;J'i.IbuIe..T : \'
my daddy. ) "d. .
are special. a ; : ; ,tG
for V1Q Gt$ w ...1.I ..:.
Wllllami ((1)
Scott day .
: Happy
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Scott Durban My daddy takes me fathers. (2). Because they are "L ,.,.'. j !I ; ..
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to school everyday. My daddy works and kids aren't.Angela $ ::; .
for living. My daddy works very hard grownups L Q P I
D'Auguillne: (1) When we ;4 .
and stays very strong. I love my dad- a. I ., "
We c: '
celebrate for our fathers. (2) Just '
dy much. Too : he I ;/ .?" ,' f : : /; ', : ; Is0"t
very work In school and not like our dads !. ',. ; ) ,

Susan Waters: (1). When he gets all '... ',' I...
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Melissa : fl: : ? i
Lynn Starling: My Daddy ', .
kind of stuff and he's SO special I'm \ ,. "
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takes me to the mountains I ., ". ', .1. ".1: I '
going to buy him a watch. (2). j I ..
sometimes. He makes me laugh slot Because Dad's day is so special. ': .. ',' ; ;: I ; (, : 1; 1IJ.f. : \

when he says funny things. He loves Sharon Forsyth (1)). Like Mother's ;" .1, ,;,:!. ... ,\ ; ;h '\- h ."
much. daddy works at
me My
very "
Day. (2). Because they are bigger. ,
the prison. My daddy Is funny to me. .'
Travis Kldd: (1). Mena days t. : '"
because ladies have I buy dad- .
a day. ,1
He takes to the l' ,,'
Maria Scott me dy shoes. (2)). Because the kids have :! 1" ""i r t ,
doctor when I am sick. When he 'iM""i-a, ; .' <1,1,: ., '
Christmas. '
comes In the door and I don't expect It Mark Carpenter: (1). When you : *iJ ,f "'h t ,I <
he makes me laugh very much! him (2)). I don't know., .
give presents. '. "., 1'1' &, "" :' ... S"
Michelle Sapp My daddy takes me . ", If. ( ". tfoIM., { ','
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to the Handy Way. He gets a special Southslde Elementary School: .', .' .. '" .: d ..:j'! :: .

day for loving me. I'm going to give Lois McDonald:' ((1)). You have to D o 'll.i ,". :- ("'i"1NltWt ;
him a present.1st get your Daddy something.Lisa ,- C1 J. ,".,' '"\

Jonest. (1). You give your dad- ,-.j. :' .. .'."
Graders from t .i/ "
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dy a hug.Aurella 1 .
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Elementary Southslde Wllllami: (1). You love him ;' ''"' .1. "
on Father's Day. l.o' .t''r .f' .. '" ....". ; j .
Elementary in Starke and TyLL' .
Edmond ((1). Give ...... ,, I-
Horace : your ,. "'Hi \
Lake Butler Elementary \J: i ', If 1, ''tIIfII\! >>.ldI.\-a. .\"I( ;: -
Daddy a present. ,
schools were asked: Rosle Pearson: (1). You do ,. .... .'... .
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2. Why does Dad have a day when Ladarren Lever ton: (2). They .: "'{" !'; ; ''',' 1'.1'"" ," ,, $;I : \ 4..
have special day like the 0 t-l ,'' .' : -
don't? always a '( "
Mommle's and we don't have nothing. .'''it-I.: ; I .oJ' .1.1 .... .
Their answers are revealing: v .'b' ," .
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Hampton Elementary School the following): P .1/./, .. ",,,,r. .'!: 'f'I.; ... .... t., ., ., ,I. ... ; .
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when .r
(Teachers corrected any spelling errors .Patrick Hunt: (1) It's a day ''''''';. ,' '
). you give your father something. (2). r1 ; -. : "
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Bryan Archer: (1). Give Daddy becuse we Just don't. ..V' I" J ., !,. "I''...".Ds I 1".y'' ,'-,- --..;.
presents. ((2). We have Easter 4 Kevin Duane Jordan: (1). Happy r.J;: r'n.. ,11r10 '. '( ,.
Halloween. time., ((2): ). be dads day I love : tJ .1,... .. ;\ .1.1I.. ,.'. .,. \. ..
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Christine Bunnert (1). To give Dad I 1 D ?r.\ It!'" :- (I: IJ': .
dad.Brad ;
gifts (2). Because he is big and we Hamilton: (1). It Is a day c:1 tJ I I" '!f t :' '< ,.
are little. when you get yur Dad a presant. (2). I t::' rg I it .. '.. ..; 1 '.\ '. .' ''k/ :" ,4. "W Z''

Janet Banners (1). Because I havea becoss Dads are moer speshell then r-\ B i. ... .
Daddy. ((2). Because be work kids. I.o-f \ ... "':. .. +' .1 I .'
for-' -..- Father's' *4'1.' ... .h .., t f. f :> .' l'T.'r'- "'ro' : ''''' '' 4'
...... ? Melissa Byrd UK) p Tedd-'lanaiagrtlWe ; ; 'h. :; : > : 1'. '" Jf"w.r.'I'j.. .1', '. 'r" "
Because lid has to do Is win Mom 'and' bye Dad ; "'.J{ '
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more things and he does things for' something and that Is all of the thing. / Y, 'I" L: : t. / "J;(4 {,( ;. ,' 4' ,f'
(2)). Ills Jus not 'fair'. m ml) .; <' "\. : '' '\'" --w: :t ; ';; :..
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Fenton: (1). A day when we Brian Canova: I think Father's Day _t, ;;. "( "
go out and buy stuff for our fathers. is when Father's get to do what they I'. ':', .
<(2). Because we have to go out and get want to do. (2). Because they are good : '
things for Dad. to us and they go to work and don't get Erik Ashley Alday (1). Its a day

Aimee Hodges: (1). Because he to play like we do. when you love him and he gets work and they get to go out to eat. ((2). Becky: To show I l love him'. (2)). presents. ((2), Because we're little and
works hard and we give him gifts ((2)). Jay Hodge: (1). Because Its of day presets. (2). Its when you love your cause children have school. Because we have games and parties not big like our mother and father
Him and Mama are special and we'' for yalls fathers be off. (2)). I think it daddy. Stephanie: (1). When we get him and birthday parties.

aren't. for them not for us. Debbie Annys Jackson: (1). It's presents. ((2). A day that you be goodto Christie Floyd (II).. To show your are.Kim: ((1). When we are happy. ((2))
Amy Home: ((1) A special day. (2)). Holly Hersey: ((1)) Dad can stay when your Daddy stays home. (2). him. Father you love him ((2). Because we Because we are to little and when we
Because he is big. home from work with me. (2)). becose: we are little and when we git
Crystal: When it make's me happy have party's and Christmas. get big we will have one to.
Scott Huntley: (1). A happy day for Beckuse he's my dad. big we will have a Mother's day and a (2).because it mak's me sad. Paul: It's a day were your father Kallil <11,1. It's a day father's relax.
fathers. (2)). He has to do work and Amy Griffin ((1). When you have Father's day. Travis: ((1)) When your father's has a day off. ((2), Because he Is older ((2)). Because we are littler and
kids don't. fun. (2)). Becuas God did not plan one. Donte Williams (1)). Fathers' Day something. (2). because we are little then you.lIoang. Father's need to relax.
Wayne Kerschner (1). On Fathers LaTara Jackson: (U. Father's Dayis Is a spcail day you can go on a vaca
and he Is grown up Vu: ((1) A day that make'syour Shannon Sprudley: ((1)). It'sa spelcl
day you buy him stuff I'm going to something for' your father. (2). tion. Tracee (1). When children give father happy. (2)). Because yourno day (2), We don't have children day
buy him a clock (2). Well, we have Because its fathers day. Jeremy Doyen (1). Fathers Day is gifts to there fathers (2)). because father because we are not grown upsKttiii .
Halloween and Christmas and Easter Mindy Gnann (1)) Father's day Is that peppol have a good Hire (2), God
little When .
and and Tarlelon. ((1)
they are grown we are Cathy : you give Kirby: ((1) Father's Day Is a
and Thanksgiving. a good day for them to. (2). He like to made Fathere Day but nel.children'sDay. they need more rest then we do. your father presinte. ((2). Because he day for your father to rest. ((2),
Robbie Padgett: ((1). When fathers be home with his .family and he can .
Beth: ((1) When they get togetherand specail Beacase when you grow up if your a
get a day off from work. (2). Becausewe love his family. Rafael Delestrei (1)). Fathers DayIs eat. ((2). becuas they are big Ben: ((1)), Its when your father gets boy you wil have a day too.
are kids. Gerald Brabham: (1). Fathers Day time for the hole fammily to
Fred Peeples: (1)). Help Dad workon Is like when he go out and have a good sellubrate yore Father.. ((2). becouse ,,
his truck. ((2). I don't think I know. time. (2),beckesas: that it is a fathe'rs Dad don't work.. ------- --

Don Roberts: ((1) Make stuff for Day. Tramell Joaeac ((1). Father's Day Is
Dad. ((2). Because there Is not a Tract Marie Strlglers: (1)). Dad can a day that famly's have a good time
season for kids. stay home from work to work with me and you can his your Dad somethingand
Kim Shepherd: ((1) I don't know.yourfp and mom. God mayde Fathers.
Renee' McCarthy: (1). Its'a day
when he gets a day off. (2). Becose
kids don't work very hard. >

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EI iZct..hefh : .. Melody (1). It is in June the IS and
It's a l nappy day. ((2)). Be good to your

What safhers'-' ? father(No name' ): It Is win. you will bring

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Steve ((1). Whin they have a day of.
((2)). Becas they work hard.
7 fhergd5 Father Card Maurice: (U.) You give prents to Dad.
a daft (2). Your to young and they are not Sales Tax
your No name (1)). Why grown up'sneed
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Briefs ...............................................................................................................................................................................................

Caught in Sand Police. j I).records. show a 1979 Vehicles CollideAt 18-year-old Brooke man on possession Melrose Man NettedIn

Firearms Display Car Turns OverNo Chevrolet van operated by James Putnam Hall of marijuana.
Ray Jones,35 of Lake Butler, backedout Timothy Leon Elixson..arrested Drug CaravanA
Gets Man ArrestedA one was injured in a one vehicle from the driveway of the Starke- No Injuries were reported in a Putnam on a charge of misdemeanor possession 27-year-old Melrose man was arrested
disturbance Saturday night June accident five-tenths of a mile south of Bradford County Public Library and Hall traffic accident which oc-. of marijuana. along with six other persons In
7, resulted in the owner cf the Starke on SE lib Avenue, with $1.000 into the I side of a 1970 Oldsmobile. cured Friday.June(, at 4B: pxra. Ulster County, N.Y. by state police
Pinetree Inn just Booth of Stark on damage to the ear involved at 5:15: sedan operated by Sherrie Norman According: to a Palatka FloridaHighway 100 MPII Driver while hauling two tons of marijuana.
SR-100. being arrested on an Improper a.m.Saturday._,. Huggins. 26.of Starke.No Patrol. Report, Roland Ken William Bobol and the other six
exhibition cf a dangerous Florida Highway Patrol records citations were Issued by police. neth Hodges,37, of Palatka was driving Bagged by FLIP were arrested after state police

firearms charge. show a 1974 Dodge sedan operated by his 1978 Chrysler east on SB-IOO, A trooper stopped a 20-year-old received a Up and stopped a five-
Bradford County Sheriffs Depart- Tyffany Suaette Griff... is of RL 3. Car Leaves SceneOf when Lester Earl rowed 79. driving Wauchula man for unlawful upped vehicle caravan.
ment records show officer from the Box 1612.Starke, was southbound on Accident On 301 a 1971! Datsun pick-up,pulled out front and attempting to elude a police officer New York State Police records
Starke Police Department Troopers SE 8th Avenue, lost central in the SR-2S in front of him. Hodge's car Saturday night.June 7, at 10:45 show they Intercepted a main shipment .
from the Florida Highway Patrol the sand ditch.and the vehicle turned over in No one was Injured in a two vehicle struck the Crewel vehicle in the left pm., six miles west of Stare on of marijuana that was on its
along with sheriffs deputies were all accident on busy US 301 200 feet north SR-100. way north from Florida. New York
called to the local bar to investigatethe Trooper RE. (Buck Phillips cited of Weldon Street with $150 damage to side.Damage to the Hodges car was Florida Highway Patrol records State Police were not certain of the
disturbance. Gaffs for careless driving and driving the vehicle that did not leave the estunated at 91,000. while damage to show D.C. Roberts stopped ultimate destination of the'mari

Deputy John Dempsey arrested license a vehicle in violation of drivers scene of the mishap Saturday,June, the Crowd truck was set at Sl.MO.Trooper Tommy Trooper< Curtis Sconyers In the Juana. i
John T Hassell. 41. of Starke. on a restrictions. at 9:43: p.m.Police Marvin Smith made the in speeding case of doing 100 mph In a 55 Others arrested on a variety of drug
charge of improper exhibition of a records show a 1978 vestigation.Crowd was charged with mphxone. charges Include: Mark J. Koran, 24,

dangerous weapon. Drink in Lap Oldsmobile sedan operated by failing to yield the nght-of-way. Records show Sconyers was also of Fort Lauderdale; Ian K. Krebs,24,
Hassell was booked at the Bradford Lucretia Ann Tanner. IS of Starke, charged with fleeing or attempting to of Miami; James D. Woodside, 33, of
County Jail In Starke and was released Causes Accident was traveling north on US 301 in the elude a law enforcement officer. New Smyrna; William O. Ware, 29, of
after posting bond $1.000 damage was recorded in a inside lane when an unknown vehicle Lawtey Man ArrestedFor Sconyers was booked at the Brad- Boca Raton and two others who were
one vehicle traffic accident when the drive onto US 301 from the driveway Hitting MotherA ford County Jail in Starke and was not from Florida.
,----------.... driver spilled a drink on CR-12S one of a motel and was struck by the Tanner released after he posted bond. All were arraigned and ordered
vehicle and then the unknown 42-year-old Lawtey man was ar-
held in the Ulster County Jail without
mile of
Lawtey at 11:iS Tti-
vehicle left the scene of the wreck. by Lawtey poIiceSunday..rune
I "THISSUMMER I II day with no one injured in the mishap.Florida No citations were issued by police. 8. for striking his mother at the family Out of Control ,
Highway Patrol records bail.Mop
fruit stand in Lawtey on US 301 and
show a 1979 Ford coach operated by Car Run Off Road CR-22S. Cyclist CrashesTwo Floor Order l

Shelley Renee Rowe, 16. of Rt. 1. Box Police records show LL Guard BeatenA
I I II Hits Stop SignNo Sonny men sustained minor injuries Gets
187A. Lawtey. eastbound
Jackson arrested! Francis A. Dority when a motorcycle was Involved In a
CR-125 when the driver spilled a drinkon one was injured in a Iwo vehicle of assault and Florida State Prison Correctional
on a charge battery of traffic accident Sid< feet south of
I VISIT US".lnc3nrlvil I II her lap. ran off the road and into mishap on CR-16. 100 feet east of his mother, Lula Deity at the fruit Market Road in Starke on US301Tuesday. Officer was treated in the prison
heavy brush on the south shoulder. Evergreen Street in Starke Sunday, stand. June 10. at 11:15 p.m. with clinic after he was beaten by an in-
II No citation was Issued by the June S, at 2:30 p.m. with$50 damage He is being held in the Bradford $600 damage done to the vehicle involved mate Thursday, June 5, and was
highway patrol. done to a road sign. County Jail in lieu of bond. released after treatment.

I Police report said a 1977 Datsun Police report said a 1974 Suzuki DOC spokesman Vernon Bradford
Cars CollideAt sedan operated by Toni Whitt Crews, Brooker Man ArrestedOn motorcyle operated by Adam Keith identified the officer as Clarence
-' Library 25. of Rt 2. Box 104J, Starke. was Rosier, 18. of Starke was, northbound Clark who was treated for bruises and
[iMlridar traveling west on CR-18 when an Marijuana Charge on US-301 when Rosier lost control cuts. Records show inmate Willie

f4SO damage was recorded in a two- unknown pickup truck swerved into Brooker Marshal Miller... and slid 195 feet first striking the east Watkins repeatedly struck Clark with.a
vehicle mishap on Jackson Street, SO tile path of the Crews vehicle,causing Jerry curb and then sliding another 285 feet serving ladle.
feet west of Thompson Street in it to swerve to the right to avoid a collision on routine patrol at 3:10: a.m. Sunday, along the curb finally coming to rest Records show Watkins Is serving a
June and noticed
Starke Friday. June 6, at 12:40 p.m. and struck a road sign. 8. a parkedin Records show Rosier and a 10-year sentence from Dade County
the lot of the
with no one injured. No citations were issued by police. parking Handyway Randy Vroekey 23, of for breaking and entering and grand
Grocery store and arrested an passenger larceny. Bradford pointed out
Starke, were taken to County
Watkins had been transferred to the
Hospital in Starke where they were
unit and was assigned to a job in the
mow treated in the room and
NEW Starke Store Only. released after treatment emergency prison kitchen.
1 EAGLE! Bradford confirmed that
; LOW Patrolman W.K. Mcintire cited records
{ y miw STORESOn =. P int. Rosier for careless driving. show Clark told Watkins to mop the
/.G.77 .DHcount.AMOttvd floor and then Watkins struck Clark.
sale Ty_,.... ColoteGifts

for Dad Neb D.RosierMrs. ObituariesMrs. Mrs. Lillian T.CaseyMrs. I

d Neta Drusella Rosier 86.resi- .Lillian Thomas Casey 45,resident
dent of Lawtey, died early Monday of Rt. 2, Box 1895, Starke died
June 9, in the Bradford County Sunday afternoon June 8. 1980, at
F Hospital following a brief illness. Shands Teaching Hospital in
Born in Island Grove, Fla., Mrs. Gainesville. following a brief illness.
June i5uT' Super surprises for Dad at savings of up to 42"' Rosier was the daughter of the late Born in Bradford County daughterof
Samuel and Emma Clara Sykes.Mrs. the late Earl and Alma Green
Keep Dad Cool Rosier moved to Bradford County in Thomas Mrs. Casey was the widow of
1913 where she has resided since. She the late Edwin Casey. Mrs.Casey wasa
AA.:" was a member of the Evergreen Bap- member of the Baptist Faith.
c tist Church of Lawtey. Survivors Include: one son, Joseph
Survivors include: her husband, E. Starling, Sampson Lake; three
James (Jim) Rosier, Lawtey; one daughters Mrs. Barbara Ann
daughter Mrs. Inez Brice Lawtey; Zottowski, Mrs. JoAnn Norman. Mrs.
four sans Burton, Palatka. Robert, Deborah Faye Green all of Starke;
begs ISpe Jacksonville, Floyd, West Palm one brothers, Doyle Thomas Starke;
Beach, and Marvin Lawtey; three five grandchildren.
leA pals sisters, Mrs. Sophia Starling, Dun- Funeral services were conducted at
nellon Mrs. Rosa Grant.Orlando and 3 P.M. Tuesday, June 10, at the
Mrs. Clara Long, Ocala, Fla; 'two Chapel of Archer-Tanner..Funeral
brothers\ 'Harvey Sykes, -Lake Park; Home flliUl( Rev. Roman M. Alvarez
... : Fla., and Mor ll..t'kesr"bland; { ) ,.officiating.'. Burial will be in
y '';. Grove, Fla; thirteen grandchildrenand Evergreen Cemetery at Starke, with
oyC4LlATl/r0 1 i i I rRflu >..:''C>',.', 18 great grandchildren. Archer-Tanner Funeral Home in
I : Funeral services were conducted charge of arrangements.

SHORT SLEEVE sISRTi c::;:;". UNOCRwEARl Wednesday, June 11. at 2:00: p.m. in
the Chapel of Archer-Tanner Funeral
0 3.97 INITS
SAND CHAIR 18" SMOKE HULL. AS -.... 2.99 Home with Rev. Cecil Crawford, Sr., Thomas Alexander Grace
Laos4 wesmo I WHEELS.MO OUR mawrr* Rev. Leonard Melton, and Rev.
POItT 5 94 DISCOUNT WCIM...M 3.99 James Saunders officiating. Burial Thomas Alexander Grace 66. of
DELUXE OSCILLATING 5.88 11.88 MMT PRICE "olio Lake Butler died June 9 in
:_ ;: 2.99 was in Pine Grove Cemetery with Monday ,
Potv/conon Mrt or tO % wows
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WAS OW WAS 211,011', mMnkMlportlMn.S.M.UXL. Archer-Tanner Funeral Home in General Hospital after an extended

01901348 MMJLATCD PICNIC JIM 40 OT.: HMO SMKB OIfIOUNT aorta tHOHTt PRICE 5.99 charge of arrangements. illness.
W/SPOOT CHEST I Born in Strong City, Oklahoma Mr.
i MCWASMCD DEMtMJfZAMS Grace moved to Lake Butler
+ six years
hnwaaCArdr 3 97 94.88 FOB' MEN
ba 1Mw MI.% OLM .. Card Thanks ago. He was a retired heavy equipment -
sraL aditamme_ wAa.arr was fear C r DISC. 94 operator a member of Faith
I. Our heartfelt thanks to all who extended Baptist Church and a member of the

Prv.a.n.d amain In pees w.s.rn comforting sympathy and help Jacques DeMolay Lodge 1390
lyt.- boot Mg....MucUd in our recent sorrow. For the AFI ff ---- ... beautiful service, floral offerings and
', Survivors include Bon-
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tJ; other kindnesses we are deeply nie of Lake Butler; one sister. Mrs.
YOU grateful. Don Bagwell and family. Mary J.Bass of Jacksonville; and one
MEN'S CMOICBTCMMS 6/12 Pd. brother, Michael J. Grace of Winter

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Funeral services will be held Thursday -
PIN CORD "A man often dear
for pays .June 12,at 2 p m. in the chapel of
r HEALTH BCAUTY AID SLACKS 5.96 a imall frugality Hardage-Krauss Funeral Home 4315
OLD sP4es .wok t""" Ralph Waldo Emerson
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.A loop, sod cl>otc of poctM iai.ua MAT Bernard James Jacobsen. Sr.. age
__'.U-al. 1.97 75. died in a Johnson City New York :=
Don Tennant SchoolOf hospital Friday afternoon. :=

Real Estate Born in Verplanck Point, N.Y.. 3
Will Offer June 18, 1904 Mr. Jacobsen was a !I
retired carpenter, and a member of ::
the catholic faith. :;
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Flk Funeral services were held at 2:30: I

Gene Reese -InstructorTo p.ra. Monday,June 9,at the graveaiden
tGAL Kingsley Lake Cemetery, with
Rev. Michael Anderson pastor of the
Register-Call Gene Reese Kingsley Lake Baptist Church of-

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I News Briefs Cuban ]Refugee Family Living; in Starke I


Traffic Court 3 Vehicles Five Cuban refugees have been liv- his son is a mechanic-truck driver, both median In build with a 32-Inch recently occurred at Eglin AFB and
Has Little Action Collide ing with Dr.Carlos M.Hernandez and according to Dr. Hernandez. waist. at the Arkansas base for Cuban
One person was fined and one person No One InjuredNo his family In Starke since May. 21 Valentine and Juan were In prisonin The female Durans are around 5-2 refugees. Hernandez says Castro
had a charge dismissed In traffic one was injured In a three vehicle after spending 27 days at Eglin Air Cuba for attempting to escape by tall and wear size 8-10 dresses planned all the Insurgency.Dr. .
court Tuesday, June 10, by Bradford accident on tI -301 .6 miles southof Force Base In the Fort Walton Beach use of a homemade raft about five Young Duran Is five feet tall. Hernandez points out the majority
County Judge Elzie S. Sanders. Starke at 8:25: a.m..Tuesday, June area. years ago. Anyone wishing to donate may take of Cuban refugees were looking
Dr. Hernandez
Dana Ray Hall was found guilty of 10, with $1,750 damage done to, the the went to the camp In When Fidel Castro announced clothing to Dr. Hernandez office at 601 for freedom.
unlawful speed and was fined$25. vehicles Involved. panhandle and brought back Mr. several months ago that political East Call Street in Starke or to the
The court dismissed and Mrs. Valentine Duran, their son prisoners would be allowed to leave Hernandez house at 1102 East Call
of The
a charge Florida Highway Patrol records majority of refugees are not
and his wife and
Mr Mrs. Juan Cuba the Duran
failure to drive in a single lane In the show a 1970 Ford pickup truck Duran and their family made application Street. receiving any help, such as welfare,
cam of Bob Clark.Burglary operated by Harvey James Starling, Juan Alberto, 11-year-old son, with the U.S. Immigration Office Hernandez points out that it was from the American government, ac-
Duran. All have been that
was set up to approve the true that Castro sent a number of
40, of Starkea 1874 Ford sedan cording to Hernandez.The .
staying at the Hernandez family refugees who came to this country by Cubans with criminal records the
John to
driven by A. McKee 73" ,of majority of Cubans will be
residence at 1102 East Call Street in
Attempt boat or plane, according to Her-
U.S. with the He also
Chevroletpickup refugees.
Orange Park, and a 1980 Starke. nandez. says working in this country within six
Stopped By PoliceTwo truck operated by Gerald Ray Dr. security agents were placed among months after their arrival, Dr. Her
Hernandez that
explained some Two days after the filed
papers were the refugees to Incite riots thatA nandez
Daughterly, 26, of Starke, were all predicts.
Starke when he and his lived
men were arrested by years ago family the Durans were removed from a
the local In the heading south on US-301 when Starl- In Havana the Durans had house
police, parking lot of an at midnight and moved to a
the Starke Holiday Inn, after they ing made an Improper lane change in apartment in the same building and small concentration camp close to
were caught attempting to burglarizethe front of McKee, who lost control and Dr. and Mrs. Hernandez were Godparents Marie) Harbor.
local hotel Tuesday, June 10 at slid into the lane in front of Daughter-i, to the first Duran child. After two more days in the camp, Circuit Court Judge Denies
3:30 a.m: ty. The Daughterly vehicle then Prior to the Durans coming to this the Durans were placed In a boat and I
Patrolman W.K. McIntire arrested struck McKee In the right front with country several months ago Her- made the trip to freedom in the
Doyle Travis Thompson, 18, and Its left front. nandez had to sign an affidavit to the United States of America, debarking Motion
Clarence Bralley Thompson, 20, bothof Trooper T.C.Pace cited Starling for effect that he will be responsible for from the boat at Key West. The by Drug OffendersAfter
Starke improper change of lane or course. them once arrived in this
on charges of criminal at- they coun- Durans were brought Ap'r1l3O to Eglin
tempt/burglary plus additional AFB, staying there until May 21.
charges of loitering and prowling. Elks to Observe Hernandez made It quite clear that Dr. Hernandez left Starke Wednes- defense motion attacking con obtaining search warrants for
the Duran family will not be on day May 21, went to Eglin and stitutionality of the state's drug traf- both vans,officials found 1,000prxrnds
welfare and he -will drive them to returned to Starke at 8 a.m. the ficking laws was denied by Circuit of marijuana in each van. The van
FPL Confirms Flag DaySunday Miami this Saturday, June 14, where following day with the five Durans. Court Judge R.A. Green Jr. in a hear- driven by Ortiz also contained 100,000
Power they have rented a house and work The Hernandez family has been ing Monday, June 9, in Starke and the quaalude tablets.
Shortage has been found for the male Durans. conducting a clothing drive for the no-contest pleas of three Tampa- Over-all value of the drugs seized
Local officials>> Florida Power and June 15 The eldest Duran Is a carpenter and Durans. The male Durans are 5-4 tall, St.Petersburg-Clearwater men will was placed at close to a million
Light Company have confirmed that stand. dollars by officials. .
power was out Tuesday,June 10 for 14 No date has been set for sentencingof The trio was arrested May 16 at
minutes shortly after 6:30 a.m. Older Volunteers A Major Community Resource Angelo L. Ortiz, 43, of Largo; their homes In Pine lias County on
A spokesman Indicated a statewide The Starke Elks are calling on local Salvatore Joseph Comparato, 48, of other drug charges, according to
transmission outage was responsiblefor residents to make a special effort to Volunteer work is the most provides.The Clearwater, and Roger John Suders, records of the St.petersburg police
the power failure. commemorate the Stars and Stripesthis .prevalent and perhaps most popular 3.600 Senior Companions play :37, of Seminole The trio previously Department.
Sunday,June 15,as a demonstration outside-the-home activity of similar role in relation, chiefly, to entered no-contest pleas to charges of
of public support for this country.On Americans 65 and over. frail elderly or handicapped\ people trafficking in marijuana after being
Flag Day, June 14, over 1.7 Twenty percent of a nationwide who without some daily support caught taking contraband in vans Army Benefits
LWCllnmate million members of the Benevolentand sample of Americans 65 and over would not be able to remain in their from the Keystone Heights airport. And
Still At Protective Order of Elks will reported they do voluntary work on a own places of residence. In the event Gainesville attorney Selig Goldin's Training"Today
LargeA honor the flag and renew their faith in regular basis. that remaining at home becomes Impossible argument that state drug trafficking several skills which pay
25-year-old inmate from Lawtey America as part of a.special During Older Americans Month this Senior Companions provide laws are unconstitutional would have enlistment bonuses are open to young
Correctional Institution escaped from ceremony. month, many communities are makIng caring and personal attention which dismissed the case and that would people in the U.S. Army," accordingto
the prison by walking away from his "The state of world affairs, the con- a special effort to expand com are so often missing in long-term care have supressed evidence. Sergeant Charles Yedinak, the Army
dormitory at 6:13: p.m. Saturday, ditions In the Middle East, and the munity services for and by older people institutions. Judge Green did allow Goldin to recruiter In Starke. "These
June 7 and is still at large. feeling that our property and citizens All across this country, older refile a motion to separate the three bonuses range up to $3,000 for
Nick Aron Allen who was serving a overseas can be unlawfully seized and The vast majority of older peopleare Americans numbering over a quarterof cases from each other. Goldin argued qualified people enlisting in certain
13-month sentence for grand theft held withoiut recourse, now more ready to serve, judging from the a million volunteers, worked an that the weight of marijuana seized In specialties."
from Volusia County had been at LCI than ever before, requires a public findings of polls taken during the average of one day a week as each of two vans driven by Ortiz and Many of these areas offer challengeand
since last April and was last seen in display of Exited country," 1970's. For example,about percent members of RSVP (Retired Senior Suders should be considered adventure plus learning new and
his assigned dormitory, according to George Brown, Ruler of the of all older people subscribed to the Volunteer). They give of their time: separately In sentencing. The combined useful skills with a chance to advance
a spokesman for the Department of Starke lodge, said. statement that 'voluntary service is .to deliver meals to or shop for weight of more than 2,000 into supervisory positions.The .
Corrections. The spokesman Indicated "We call on the citizens of Starke essential to meet the communities'needs shut-Ins pounds can mean the difference bet- Army can provide people with
Allen climbed the fence to and Keystone Heights to Join us in and that everyone should do his .to,listen to and comfort others.to ween a three-year or five-year prison the training, skills and maturity they
escape.A honoring the flag, the symbol of share." accompany or provide transportation sentence. The two vans contained need to build a better life. Of equal
search by area law enforcement freedom and humanity throughoutthe About 5 million people aged 65 and for those who need assistance about 1,000 pounds each. importance Is the fact that the Armycan
personnel failed to locate Allen. world," George Brown said. over do volunteer work of one sort of as well as helping with daily living ac Keystone Heights Police Chief help young people acquire tuition
Special ceremonies will be held another regularly, and another 3 tivities. Leonard Jones was at the KH airportlast for college or technical school
Sunday June 15, at 2 p.m., at Starke million are engaged in paid employ- Volunteers also work as paralegalsand January 7 and observed three Sergeant Yedinak explains.
Lodge 1802, located on 301 North. ment. Several millions more would advisors In Neighborhood Legal vehicles on the runway. When the "Army benefits are good" adds
Run Off Road, The Elks have long endorsed Flag like to have work and volunteer opportunities Service Centers, in the Senior Corpsof vehicles left, Jones chased one of Sergeant Yedinak, "because in addition .
Crashes Day, which commemorates the adoption ,the Administration on Ag- Retired Executives, in the emerg- them and radioed for help. Jones stop to providing clothing, housing
Cycle of the Stars and Stripes as the of- ing of the Department of Health, ing Nursing Home Ombudsman program ped one of the vans in Hampton. He meals and medical and dental care,
$200 damage was recorded in a ficial flag of the United States on June' Education and Welfare reports. and In the new Neighborhood arrested Suders and Comparato in the Army has several programs toaid
motorcycle-car accident, at 7:25: 14, 1977, by the Continental Congress. The Veterans Administration Watches aimed at protecting lives that vehicle. soldiers in completing their schoolIng -
a.m. Monday, June 9, on CR-235, nine In 1908, the Elks became the first places great reliance on older and property. Utilization of older The third van got away and has ."
miles west of Starke. fraternal order to mandate the obser- volunteers for one-to-one services to adults as teacher aides has become so never been found. For example for schooling the Army
Florida Highway Patrol report said vance of Flag Day throughout the patients and residents In its hospitals. widespread as to warrant establish Bradford Deputy Don A. Denton can pay up to 75 percent of tuition
a 1976 Suzuki motorcycle operated by organization. Flag Day did not When the American Red Cross aban- ment of a National Volunteer School stopped the second van about five costs for approved courses taken during
Donald A. Riggs, 45, of Rt. 2, Box become an official national holiday doned Its upper age limit 20 years Program. miles south of Starke on SR-100. a soldier's off-duty hours with the
103H, Starke, and a. 1971 Lincoln until 1949 when President Harry ago, it discovered a new source of During Older Americans Month, where he arrested Ortiz who was unit commander's permission. The
sedan driven by Mildred S. Geros, 53, Truman, himself an Elk, signed a recruits. many Arnericansare, sizing up their, alone in the van. Veterans Educational Assistance
of Rt. 1, Box 546, Lake'Butler, were ', The popular and SIl&YfFoder"I" own communities, asking: What kind. The vans were taken to the Bradford Program allowS Soldiers tosave up to
both heading'Aoutlt wi CR435: wtott>.AYto > Grandparents prbgranu created by' .of life ca n older people expect to have Countf tail in Starke where the $2.700 for their future education and.,-
Riggs started to overtake Geros. for our'eountryandnta' flag, just as the Office of Economic Opportunityand here !'Can they realize many of their trio was brought and booked on drug have those savings matched twoforone -
Geros drifted over into the passing Harry Truman manifested through the Administration on Aging in goalstand aspirations here? What opportunities trafficking charges. up to a total of W.ioo during a
lane Riggs then ran off onto the his ultimate endorsement of Flag Day 1965, gave rise to the Retired Senior does the community offer three-year enlistment.
shoulder and lost control of the motor observance, will demonstrate our Volunteer Program and Senior Com for active social and cultural life, for
cycle. country's resolve to stand united," panions which provide volunteer services further learning, for Involvement in QOOQQ
No citations were Issued by the George Brown said.Motorcyclists. to persons of all ages. ACTION, civic affairs, for volunteer service O QOQ
highway patrol.Overturf which maintains an Older Americans and employment? What does it offerto 0O
DyingAt Program unit, also' recruits older persons people who are isolated and
Much Faster Rate for the Peace Corps and VISTA. chronically disabled?
To Run Reports FliP Over 16,000 Foster Grandparents In most communities, answers to OO
For Putnam Supt.A provide personal, sustained attentionfor such questions can come from Area O
TALLAHASSEE Motorcycle especially needy Agencies on Aging senior centers,
former Bradford County teacher, deaths are up 28 percent in 1979 children-children who are mentally and other older adult services.
C.L. Overturf, Jr., 49, announced reported the Florida Highway Patrol. retarded, autistic, abused in trouble Most of them can also suggest waysin
Monday. June 10, that he will run for Preliminary totals for January 1979 with the law In hospitals, schools, which persons of all ages can help
the post of Putnam County School through August 1979 show that there homes,and places of detention.These make the community a place where Q Q511d
Superintendent. have been 142 motorcyclists killed in children and their parents, as well as can live to their best Q O Q Q
Overturf Is currently dean of crashes in Florida as compared to 111 members of institutional staffs attestto potent 0 Q Q Q
, students at St.Johns River Community for the same period in 1978. the Immeasurable value that FGP
College in Palatka and has been Colonel Eldrige Beach, Patrol
employed by the junior college since director said, "Traffic deaths from
1958 after. spending seven years with all vehicles are running about 13 percent
the Bradford County School System. ahead of last year. Motorcycle THAT"O"INURIEwWLEv
Overturf has served as a speech and deaths are twice" the overall percen-
debate teacher, debate coach and interim tage Increase.
president of the Palatka Com During July I, 1978 to June 30, 1979,
munity College. there were 184,087 motorcycles
He will challenge veteran super registered and of those, one person s 0
intendent John Games for the post in was killed for every 856 motorcycles.The ty
the Democratic Patrol believes that the three
September primary.
Overturf pointed out that if electedhe most important safety precautions
will bring administrators, riders can take are: 3 BR 2 Bath
teachers, and students together to Improve 1. New riders must receive proper
the Putnam County Schools., training before riding in traffic.
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ISSM 1 State Must Prove Priso'System Up .to Par Judge Green Says

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The State of Florida and the Division work out solutions, but indicated his :crhnlhllla : vities in the maximum you see a trdoper you drive U," Barton vestlcator Ed Wall of the Public court he was homosexually assaulted

of Corrections must show why order Is a way to get a plan for Im-. security}prison, testified. that he said Defender's office in the holding cell in by two other Inmates. Green recently

the court should not Intervene and re- provement started. handles, on the average, 15 criminal Barton constantly reminded Parla the courthouse. received an additional six-month
quire changes in the treatment of "It's time the citizens of Florida cases4per month. Ball said this piano and his other assistant on the term for escape.

prison Inmates Circuit Judge R.A. deals with this problem themselves, reflects only case reported to his office case Jack Fine that his men were Wall, the first Witness presented Inmate Floyd Price testified he had e

Green-Jr. has ruled after testimonyon rather than state and federal courts. incidents: which may result in "correctional officers" and not the weapon to the coq been FSP for several days when agroup
violent conditions and civil rights I think it's time the courts shoulderedthe at
criminal "guards. "
charges being brought "I make weapons at FSP, testified of four or five inmates came in-
vidlations in Florida,$tate Prison.A responsibility to get action against an inmate "You've got 1,200 of the most inmate William Russell Hill 21 servo his cell and tried to sexually assault
hearing Is set Wednesday July 2, started" Judge Green said. violent people In Florida in there. ing two sentences for murder plus 210 to Price testified he warded off the

at 8:30: a.m. to allow the state to "I think we need to get on with It, Murderers and rapists on the outside years for other offenses. Hill said he him. a razor blade and
attack by grabbing
answer and present Its own witnesses.In get something done," tpe judge add- are going to be murderers and rapistson sells knives for $3 to'.0. cutting one of the attackers. .s
a lengthy order following IVi ed.The the inside. When you put them in

days of testimony by nine FSP hearing resulted after a petition "I make weaponsat that confined atmosphere it's bard to James Vann 21, Imprisoned for "I'm not a violent person though

employees and two prison employees filed by assistant public FSP. testified inmate get them rehabilitated," Barton rape, pointed out he was .tabbed by I'm In for murder and several escape q
Judge Green requires the state, defender Shon Saxon on behalf of nine testified.. another Inmate while being escorted tries" Price said.
specifically Gov. Bob Graham inmates asked for relief from prisonon Williams Hill back to his cell.
through Department of Corrections grounds the prison staff is unableto that his "I feel the building Is designed for a Inmate Phillip Elliott serving time

Secretary Louie. U..Wainwright. to protect inmates from one another adding products minimum staff" Barton added. Inmate Harry Mungin in his early for robbery. testified he threw hot

show why it does not need to change and their constitutional right to life is sell for $2 to "If an inmate decides to make "a 20's and serving time for water on an Inmate after Elliott had

conditions or to present a plan to cor- being threatened. Judge Green in $10. play for you, he's gonna get you, testified he stabbed another inmate been shot with a zip gun. Elliott

rect conditions. presenting his order denied the Barton testified. "If you have me on a fight resulting from his talking to testified he had been transferred to

Judge Green sad{ he does not wantto release or transfer of the Inmates. one side and FSP Superintendent Son the Inmate about a homosexual attack FSP "for hitting another inmate in .

Involve the'courts, preferring the FSP investigator Sgt. Leonard Ball, ny Strickland on the othe side of you on his friend. Mungin Is also serving the head with a pipe." Elliott statedhe

executive and legislative branches to whose job Is to Investigate possible Ball showed the court approximately he's gonna get you. Yes, If we have a life sentence for stabbing was put in close management for ..

73 weapons used In the prison. He more help, the violence would be another Inmate to death and recently the stabbing of another inmate.
alleviated But the violent acts
some. received 10 for an attack he "
made the display recently] to years '
familiarize new correctional officers you people are harping on... it's described to the court. Elliott testified it took: him about ", :

'iD(3( ( Jt 'i1l] UJ with the weapons used by inmates. assinine to think they can be five minutes to get the ,weapon, i

More correctional officers could alleviated completely. despite being locked In a cell because I

138 E. Call St. SUrke.-Fla.' 964-5890 help reduce the number of violent In- "If we can't do better, we might as that is how long it took him to tear up j I''
his sheet and lower It to another floor I I
StdPke's Own Bakery cidents Chief Correctional officer well go home," Barton said.' :
r Col. Tom Barton a veteran of 19 Judge Green: "It's where a weapon was tied to it. Ii

years in the prison system respondedto One of the nine inmates brought a time the citizens of I

Ok. Father! :: a question by Public Defender Alan weapon with him on the opening dayof Florida deal with "When It comes down to being'the I
II IIstabberorthestabbeeI'dratherstab
-1 4 ':' Parlapiano, who assisted Saxon both the hearing. The weapon was con- .
Dlc.rlied Cake .... days at the hearing. cealed In a ballpoint pen which had this problem..." than be stabbed." Elliott testified., I

I Barton compared the situation to been broken in half the Ink cartridge Inmate James Sparks serving 30 :

i i' driving on the highway."If removed and replaced with a large years for robbery and two years for I
on His Day 0 t you don't see a Florida Highway nail and taped together again. possession of marijuana while at I,
Patrolman, you drive like you wish; if The weapon was handed local In- '
FSP testified he
was the victim of
"In defense of myself, I had to stab a 'I'IstabDlng.
him." Mungin said. To get away from his ''I
assailant. Sparks said he slithered ::1

Inmate Willie Middleton serving through the attackers through the

time for breaking and entering, rape bars on one deck to the floor below. II

THESE and possession of a state He broke his feet in the fall, Sparks II

YOU MAY HAVE MISSED, prisoner, recently receive a life testified. I I

sentence for murder of
the another in- !
The former marine pointed out he i
mate. Middleton testified he enteredthe
did not ask for confinement because .
prison gymnasium walked up to the thought of being in the small cell "
GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST the inmate and stabbed him to death. would be a punishment worse than II U:
Middleton stated the inmate Willie I
living in the prison population.The .
has been him for
Reese bothering
writ of --
asking for
petition, a
some time, saying he was blocking his listed I
Habeas Corpus, the
SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE SUN activities in the housing unit MId- respondents as FSP Supt. Sonny !
dleton also said he
had a gambling
Strickland, Gov. Bob Graham, and '-i I''

misunderstanding with Reese. DOC Secretary Louie U Wainwright. :. .

CLASSIFIED SECTION. Inmate Larry Anderson tried to They were represented at the hearing I'
\ escape front FSP because "my life by Sydney H. McKenzie chief trial ,

was directly threatened." Andersonis counsel for the state attorney J
serving three life sentences for general's office,' and Assistant Attorney -
murder. General Ken Zaiser both ofTallahassee.

Shop The Sun's Classified section Inmate Charles Douglas Green, In The state .filed a motion to dismiss'

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/: C.1177a-7311.. .II, power. Good condition./ Askpuma. tio Jim :Inc tl TOO 371-0940 moo can j7a-suy. move. Small 2BR cottage YARD SALE Jun. 13.and 14,
Its DODGE" DART tantfardT completely remodeled Friday and
77 FORD VAM 4t ton Saturday.
20* MPG Great snap* MactianIcally cylliwdar, only 39,000: orlolnalmlla 260 Z DAM lake. .
overlooking Spring Keystone Club' Estates. ..
aticailant 673 ".
best ..
Rune loadad good
Radi mans.
body need
Call, 376IB63 ava..373.3012 av M work Supply oopd bin*, excellent ,::;.S4200 325.65.1. 473-2395. 2tchg 6/12-19 cond house on right.
7s MONTE CARLO.r/ work true*. H3QO 37>OTi after FOR SALE
radio Choir household _
mo. power .ta rln PONTIAC SUNBIRD, 1950< : lamp., ,:\
..to mat/c.0oodcond111on,5500a/ /brak Hatchback automatic, air CHEW PICK-UP. IMS: *cytiivdar 1978 280Zn Item. tool, shot-gun collectible .
faha ovar pavmonti power Btaarlnq wlra whaali, standard tranaml' 'lon, air,AM/PMC."e. TWO ACRES near SRIOOnear i1
Sea tu 6 am/fm, undarcoated, 2ooo : :=: *. 1Ipd 6/12
put car in your nama 37S-7OM, ml mechanically/ found.lady and 27 flSeU'7L500 375. $43 H.lghl..o-*'
mon'n.o'd.' S4T95 J7S-77OO 'Interior' touch ..aoo 37a aaiaOATftUN .Mil 7 MONTH OLD PUPS- Keystone

nay" CHEVY paint lob MONZA Good Navy condition.blua.' TRANS..... .... AM.. ..........1979, '171 Rallabla. Must DATtUN.30 mpo.,ISO%7M wamm or baat,offar.WOafl runtoraat Part Lob. Blue Tick. Lot 63. $300 down. $66. .c per
Air, automatic. AM/FM For to M 1m. ". Air, en. ...",/.bl., 911 nm :3rdAva at* for Bill student. month. Phone 473-4058 or
,. JS.0a0 ml.' List. cat- AM/FM. '9,0 m53793bed altar *.OO. Call 37>,..... Deer Springs Road.
".- 776-5351-. s3udent:: ; ,- offer.3/4-43O5 Student student 'n.D..nUN._._.new a>.tlret ZOood .. PERSONALSERVICES 4733325. Itpd 6/12 473-4367 tfnchg 424GIASTRON alter 6 p.m.
HONDA 763L. Like new. with 1975 Volk'waa.n Rebed..7400. UOO.
Alma. 5323 Call, 464-3501. SF bra off e, under .000 miles. Call 370-5741f.7meas.S p mBKAUTIFUL .. SKI {OAT--6V-
Mud .II. 3..290 S_..
FOR RENT I35HP Mercury power >
CARPENTER WORKS trim bilge pump and '

Remodeling work, kitchen OFFICE Oil SHOP SPACE on cover. Excellent condition.

cabinet and trim I Lawrence Blvd.' next to A... 2895. 473-32O2. tfnchg
carpenter. Reasonable draw Drug Formerly' El- 5/15
-. price Call Ed Dempsey at Gee Ceramic Shop. Phone LAKE LOn AND ACREAGE-

4732477. tfnchg o/S 473-3411. Ifnchg313COMMERCIAL Keystone Heights, owner i
BV OWNER: Eiccallant location ONLY MMW DOWN percent
4 BR, 2 Bath naar VA UP. 3 .BR'. a battw. 'In Waldo loverfv atartar horn Closed meeting Monday Sp.m. SPACE across from town terest. Lots on clear sand. 3
m.n" ....... wall /Insulated 1780 ta ft. rVanvam.nMle. jaU.HinofMtuetlfvlna "with 2 .... I Bath,this CB homo Open meeting. Friday .
large busty lot many trea*. fret amsumabla, mart. also ha. a croanad porch and) hall. 400 square feet $160 .bottomed lake priced to J
iwt. faros patio.. hallow well y6.900. 3/.VI23I carport 2 tof..All for JJ"jy"". S p.m. Alanon Monday monh. sell from 9000. One to I.[
Assumable 7 fc loan principle' OOP owner financing 373-E15*
on'v.' VX.500 Call 3111W011.n.t BUILDERS PERSONAL MOM! 8 p.m. Alan Monday 7p.m. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY five acres overlooking lake '
In lov.lv, SW area 4 B... ,a bam NORTHWOOD BVI 2 ER All meeting In
REALTOR ( available with Inice
SSUMK 7*** INTEREST fenctd yard with they extra bath 7V'fc a....mabla ': access ) ';
,a".t bath horn Almost' 1 acrt owchat. you'd eop.Ct. a11.00o.c f. M/see t" -i Educational Building Com- 473.4961"nchg trees from (
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...... $3.500'1$500
'n By monot/" only. all a "
'0' Northwood unit IO Call for 37a.4ae.i Map. Church. 5/1. ;
.......ntment anytlma, 176-773 W .._:!.,_..y....._.OO.aSW"wm munity tfnchg 6/12 down $50 a month :;
oaTh frontage-*
Beautiful' 3 SR got House:
BLACK OAKS. 3 S0 2 bath. LOTS, Crescent t1Oe k1/cMr1, equlpoed.% modular turner Cloy to Jp.Gulet arse.: 73'NW WORK-bulld pdtlo furnished' with ox panda Investment opportunity. ': .
screened Porch. fireplace. .....
6-L A'Char..d ..... III fin.
779,300 20tn Owner fireplace, addition
SNCh. 376-617 '
taz.soo. ownar-tarmt .
drapes' spiellance.n uncsww nd (pbsa4.ilt1 living room. In High Ridge R-21N. Ovrner-salesman.
shaded.prl0k1e la., OMr 544.900.extras.311.4011.S..utltul '(:;,,dried-1477OCKANPR&MT Company Broker, bath BY OWNER, immaculata a Bff 2 remodeling Fr.eestimates. E.tate.. $100 deposit SI73 473-4379. tfrxhg 5/22
tt at/alr
ram"v room on 2 B. t b.''' On *
fa ft. tat ''n Al'Chw Hilts nice 545,5w woo*. .... .. 11.,000. /.MS Oayc-.473.4473. o month. Open June 20. VOLUNTEER TRAVEL
ban A PLACE dining' TO room START.. ,living 2'=''/' bluff' a vary nie. 2 SR,on 2 barn high ale''i"1' down$360 owner "n.ne'"*. =J1TJVrW".te.morl'. PHA!9Naewm.bl.toter aTwmw,a., Nlghl>..7S3-3VOo. 6tpd Can receive call In evening TRAILEITi 17'sell.. :". ,

935.a fl. H"-VA. 020.000. 11"home apt' / It.-O, arata.I mi Bft 20.::- ,. ... ....... Sthw.REALTOR. 3/n-e/M at 282-9491 Middleburg. contained In good condl
Landmark .Res"y; o1 O.I..v''/ .. San Marco Realty It o, I Corporate ..v OWNER; an, t gate.,.... .. UPHOUTMVl Reasonable .
774.4730 / ..! .nc.d acre. .cr..n.d ........OX. .... .am for yle tlan. $1,800. Phone "
Souara St. Auouvtlna3VO445.
_cO.Caries and by Just OIt NamrY ... price Phone 4732032. MOBILE HOMI-l2xM .
ava t24en caroort Brno-. 472-700.7 ...._. 2BR 659-21le. Ipd 6/12
see or
ateshe 000 3"3591.".. 50 a767a'l7. a
4tpd 5/22-6/12 on large private' waterfront AKC DOBERMAN PUP$- :'
ADDITIONS. REMODELING lot. $125 month. Beautiful litter of six. free ..
and! repair After 5:30 4733542. tchg 6/12 obedience lessons. Sire
phone 4737092. 2lchg and dam fromWACHEMEISTER ,

WORK WANTED Phone 473-7194. tfnchg 6/12 .

remodeling. room addition SMALL POCKET MOHAWK CANOI. $80 5 ';,

ANTIQue VANITY. ,.r... HOSPITAL' SMITH COHOMA Tveawrltar. *, barns built, sundecks SIZE MEMO PADi Found boo..I. _.. $15 each: 2
oval I "Hr wX"rUteati ..11. 1tTD, "G Wit.. *"" cartrldea. like. naw. and any small the week of Jun. 2 In the desks.. $13 each coffee
Ca/373" '" ". '" "'", 37'23356.:1''t: .............12... repair. Call 'ud.t.ull. :
711.: and 2 end tables $45
HYDRAULIC INVALID _of. C.tl3..3"' Monitor office. Please call ; .,
EASY. crib sell .electric_ 30 rnaso oallon ICMt' new IC'T"tuso,. Navar used) Rl O. n watt enamtat at 473-2803 or 473-2210-Men.. Tue*., camel saddle. S20:' rare -
wt/tM.f75; ooil.r.sisi King cvllndrer air ,-._--.**. with '**e tumtabl slKcallan. 264.70r.tfnchg 6/5 Thur, Frl.5:3O.: tfn 6/12 fruit trees; astrological .
bM come "
wmd. IIJJ Urge Oa'.oa E. .tun ..... dn Mn ** 1eealrS IOCAI CHILD CAMTWOyoung .*
1101 SI.crylc Lee Can CVC/e-1Jo-/Cpl: no-111110) WWkNIS -. FOUND A pair of prescription books and many olho,..
't 3769367. ,
mowjr. TV.l.m .*s, Itountaln. .- ,/ ::n'I2.UT..UL mother. wish toed oyegl.....*. black wire 4733873. tied 6/12 '

.... 827..2 w tl.... seen tee mweabsars.LINEAR, Soo..Shoo watt..;::..:= THIPLB SOFA 1ry'l.111116. AND CHAIR. rimmed In brown leathercae. AKC REGISTERED PEKINOISS .
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VIEVet I. I :ANI/ ,. dry .. sl.v.1 at". CMsee ... .. gm0cfor No Identification
S..oc.LO x/6-7417. m..KCMaotas.s whee1H14..Ch.J72-I5M.114 5 IBIS ;: __.M1-9155, ...."... 7GLORY /. 4 marked.. Please phone mal... 3 females. $125. ''
Of: The Soo. she,,seiseSSR .Il REO Seew.r Phono473-4818. "
1 6/12
473-2210. M-T Th.' tchg
t .1 war. Gloria --Cr-: Lowty ,
Marl' eon* these Nn.frOg 140.0.a'6S. TURTLE CAMKoodt. e1.CarYr Itef. Interview, 475-217,
from tee Phtl/pines! Live tahw- Man' h. excellent 9-3.30.: tfn 6/12 CASE 44 ALL HYDRAULIC
//n ratan. ,month.. Two Ovasole.BUNK/ ."* plus b. p.k, us Odele, i mattreaaa* anal" sag aald/tbn.esteemimrcke SM. 770-4051. '2tpd6/12-lf garden tractor with 44 Inch .
One .150; and a 6775 Him. 1 9 Large old dM with tvoowrlMr soan9. 420 6 .
Or a dollars, below Illo./ uo Old walnut drm 910 Call 373-_'.iryasr"CLCCTRIC TWO .ONp, mower 36 Inch roto-tlller,
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tea.I 125 call37"-k" 5Can ; cons 24.271051.5 10. One war fire old,aaelly to wderorav-H*, jef porfocffcond4tpon.37
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CHAIN LINK PENCE PRICED PAID for used SAlii at Elsie Norman's.
PALMS APARTMENTS. mobile homes if mortgage, 4V4 miles N. ofStarke
moterlol. It
HELP WANTED FOR SALEWORTHINGTON 1974 VW Van. Excellent, on.dltlon. save Do'Installation yourselfand RIMODELINa, BUILDING. nished efficiencies and 1 Is 3/4 paid or mare OLIN'S on 301. Householditems LAKBVIRW SUBDIVISIONS
No rust regulargas. RiPAIRSi New kitchens, BR opts., weekly, or mon MOBILE HOME SALES, end children's items. near Keystone. available
available. Free
SPRINGS Must ... S3.20O Call baths, family rooms. Brick thly. NEW FURNISHED 964-5606. Open 7 days Odds and ends. Soc and soon I Pick your colors. 3

PART-TIMIiPlece work miles from Reception and John at 964.6000. ..t. .139., HandyMan. Fence Co. block, concrete. Fireplace STUDIOS, monthly only. weekly. TFchg Man. from 9am. on. 6/12 BR, 2 bath brick veneer
Webster America'sforemost Medical Comer. Two 6/12 llchg. 964 8559. TFchg L. specialists. Grlffls Con 2313 N. Temple, Starke. WANTEDi Mobile home axles Itchg. garage lake access to

dictionary com houses on 2/3 acre. Both 1977 TOYOTA CILICA.Automatic 'FEEDER FIGSt $10.00 each. struction. Phone 4732108or TFchg and tires. Will pick up. GAR G1 SALEi Thurs., Frl., Bedford Lake Low $40's.Low .
pany needs,home workersto for $25.000 $8.700 down A/C. AM/FM Call 964-6928. 6/12 TFN. 473-2578. TFchg KITCHENETTESs One BR OLiN'S MOBILE HOME Sat. Everything must Interest if you qualify.

update local moiling/ and $31,3 monthly... In radio,. excellent condl.tlon THE MOWER CLINICl All OWING MACHINES apartments pool TV AC SALES, 9645606. Open 7 A/C. hand tools go. Contact Stevenson Con
fist.. All age, experience one, rent the other. -reasonable. Call types of mowers and small REPAIREDl. All makes utilities Included. Totally days a week. TFchg luggagerack struction Co. Phone
dishes clothes.shoes
unnecessary. Send name, 'William H. Hall Realty of 4734309. 6/12 1 fpd. engine repair Call cleaned' oiled and ad furnished. Weakly mon CASH FOR COINSl Gold. 9645086. 5/15 TFchg.
address phone number to Gainesville. 9O4.373-2036.: '974'01lD COURIER TRUCK. 964.5760.6/12 2tpd 6/19. justed. $10. Work thll01.... TEMPLE MOTEL. silver sterling, dental books hanging MOIILI HOMIESt Why pay

Webster 175 5th Ave.Suite .. 2tchg 6/126/19. Runs good. 24-26 MPG. NEW AND USED FURNITURE guaranteed. James 880 N. Temple A..... gold. GF scrap jewelry optical baskets, shrubbery house more? Buy direct from the
1101.I 590.A. New 179 MUSTANG MATCHBACK14 -. $1750. Phone 473-4908. and appliances. Porch Strickland corner Morgan fork.. Phone 964-7357. frames, etc. J.R. Bull. plants. Some plants 5 for factory large selection of

York. N.Y. 10010. 5/22 cyl., turbo 6/12 1 Itpd. rockers. BARGAIN Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg 9/20 TFchg. Ington 964-6230 TFchg. $1.00. Hwy 230 to 230-A. 12'. 14' and double wldes.
5/296/56/124lpd sunroof. $150 down and BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE WANTEDt Refrigerator, Follow elans. Phone
$300 PER 1000 ENVELOPES take over payments, SERVICIi Pump-outs. HOME PARK mobile homes stove, twin beds baby 964.7813.6/12 Itpd.
ADORESSEDGuoranteed. Phone 496-3907. I tpd 6/12. FOR SALE 9646679. TFchg Residential commercialand and spaces for rent. Phone stroller high choir. In fair' GARAGE IS REFURNISHING HOME SALES. US 301
furnish PEASi Black PLUMBING FIXTURES. windows Industrial.' Fully licensed 4682912. TFchgE"ICIENCY SALE North. Open 9 to dusk. I to
We the envelopesand Eye, Cream For. condition. Come to 644 N. Glassware.
postage. National tys and Zipper Cream. You FENCING All kinds, doors pipes, plus Phone 9648121. TFchg APARTMENT Cherry Sir..#. Itchg 6/12. Sauthslde, ol Silver Lake. 6 on Sunday. Phone
hog 10,ODO other Items at Exceptionally clean and 964-8741. 6/5 TFN.
3024 Freedom Blvd. Dept. plck-$4 we. pick.$6. Call now CARPENTERs specializing In Fri. Afternoon 6/13. Also
F.41, Freedom CA. 95019. David Stalnaker 496.3339.2tpd wire welded wire, barbwire Bargain Center, US 301 remodeling screen rooms, well maintained newly the 14th and 15th. Ph. MOBILE HOME CHAMPION
4tpd 6. 56/126/196/26. 6/126/19. wood chain link; South Starke. TFchg sun decks, .concrete and refurbished and furnished HELP 4732214. 6/12 1#chg. 13x60'-Two B/R furnish.
1976 OLDSMOBIII free estimates. MANNING block work. Phone Bud $140 me. THE COVE WANTEDSELF ed unfurnished or portly.
FOR SALE CUTLASS 1976 nine FENCE CO., 4734822. IB FT. GLASTRON BOAT 225 9647816. 3/28 TFchg H. APARTMENTS Phone YARD SALS Don't be sorry Fully carpeted,' skirting,

passenger OldsmobileVista Keystone.. TFchg M.WAtsON'S hp, Y.hull.tlnyl top and KEENS TING sunc.16N. 9645065 for Information.. EMPLOYED Managerearn you didn't check this one porch siorm bonds.
OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUP. -Cruiser Station- many deluxe accessories. Trimming removal. 14 yrs. 4/24 TFN.SLEEPING. $80 to $250 a week outl' Several families. storage shed excellent
PLIES. GIFTS;See Union 1979 HOUSE OF Just like n.wl! Call. experience. Have 55 ft. ROOMt TV, taking orders on Kodak Clothes furniture bedding condition.
wagon. Mercury Nice) Phone
County Times open Mon Cougar, Farmers and VACUUMS Many brandsof Gainesville 3763619. TFN. bucket. Free estimates refrigerator, hotplate. film. 2 week Inventory dishes, rugs, lamps, 9647417. 6/12 Itpd.

day and Tuesday 8 30 a.m. Dealers Bonk new vacuums. Used MOTORCYCLE-Suzuki TS Phone 7823733. TFchg Very reasonable, by week necessary. Call linens, small working alec 3 '/11. I/ BATH. BLOCKHOMEl
lo 5 p.m.. Wednesday- 496.210l.Itchg 6/12. machines available. Parts IQS, strictly dirt. Runs S/29. or month. Underwood ((904)781-3010) or ((904)) trlcal, appliances: you
closed Thursday and Fri and accessories for all great new sprocket. First (MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS. Factory Motel 3.S miles north of 384-7328. 6/12 Itchg name It. we got Itl. ParkerSt. -I yr. old. Owner

day 8 30 a.m. till noon. PERSONALSERVICES vacuum systems. 404 NW $250 takes It. Call Donald trained mechanics Starke, on US-3OI. Phone CORRECTIONAL OFFICER ll .. just beyond hospital. moving must sell quick.

STOCK TRAILER.S' wide X 14' 10th Ave.. Gainesville, 964S873. 6/12 Itpd. US-301! South 964.6020.: 964-7184. 3/15 TFcha. State Correction Service Follow signs Sal. 6/14 9 Nice large, high shady lot.

long. Dual axle. 1/1/4" phone 3767110. TFchg 29 CUBIC FT. S/29 TFchg S.BABYSITTING MINI' STORAGE UNITS position at all male correctional a.m.-4 p.m, 6/12 Itchg 506 N. Westmoreland St.
pipe reinforced' with 2" : In my home. available In Keystone Hts. Institute. Qualifications YARD SAlEt Saturday. 6/14 FHA financed. $28 300.

angle iron. Hardwood CUSTOM MADE lIMEROCKi 20 yd. semi refrigerator/freezer. Hot lunches, fenced yard. $10, and up. Phone : 18 yrs of age, high On the corner of SR 16 and Phone 9646456. 6121 I tpd.
Moor, Less than DRAPE RO Est Free Frostless Ice maker. 473.3193. B SPECIAL 9% four
new paint. loads only. ALLEN E. $20.00 w..kllContact TFchg diploma or Florida Ralford Rd. 6/12 Itpd. rate. Only
one year old. Call 431-1536 estimates local TAYLOR Lawley. Phone $200. Coll 9647604. 6/12, SarZe Woodard Pine St.. FURNISHED THREE ROOM GED. Good character HUG OARAGE SALE left. Beautiful ''ft acre

after 3 30 p.m. 2tchg 6/5 distributors for completely 7S2-3173. TFchgSLUNBEIIIIIiIES Itchg Hampton. 6/5 4tpd 6/26. apartment with bath. background. Passage of Starlight Mats) 4 miles building lots In'Hampton
6/12. nationally EARN YOUR HIGH SCHOOL Utilities furnished. Private State exam. Salary range Oaks. Hove mptic tankpermits.
advertised GardselteDraperies YOU PICK 'EM. Peas, butter entrance and drive. No ($9,667-$13.569 annually north on 301 In Starke. Fri. Build .
PIGS.$15 and $20 each You.pick or DIPLOMA by taking the 13th til now or excellent
weigh' 40.45' Ibis Cali saw Enter We-plCN on order. Open beans corn green GED tests. Applications for children or pets. Phone ). 40 fir. shift work week. day everything Is Investment. From

496. prises. Ed or Lomo Mon.-Sat. from 8'00-6 30. beans tomatoes, squash the GED tests are being 9645464. 6/9 TFN. "An Equal Opportunity muchmiscliarnactus. $2995. Jack Courtney AAssoc.
Stephen 496-2219. and cucumbers. STARKEi Home for rent. 3 -Affirmative Ac. 6,12 Itpd.
George taken at the Bradford- Employer .
Inc. Broker
Sun. 2:30.: 630. Take SR 26
BR. 2 BA brick Interested 212
lion Employer"
Kersey. Bayless Hwy. Union Area Vocational. veneer 4737060. 6/12
to 200A (Earlton Rd) Itchg.
REASONABLE Small trees PHone 964.5Oee. 6/12 Itpd. Technical Center. The newly built located In persons apply to: Person- Redgrave St. Saturday on HOME'
Weslslde of lake Santa in
and limbs cut or trimmed. Big ONE HOLSTEIN MILK COWt deadline is June 20. Call Saratoga Hgls. Minimum 6mo. nail, Union Correctional Institute ly. 6/12 Itpd.MISCEllANEOUS.
IPM PEST CONTROL > ionoy,11301-1114 rates. Call Fe. S.e signs. No dogs two years old. Asking 964.6150 for Info. Exams .. 1_... Call 964-3511 PO Box 221. Keystone Oaks. Excellent
after please, Longneckars, buy at $43.500. Near
6pm. $350. Phone 9645158. 6/12 are scheduled, June 23 a alter 4.3O: p.m. 6/5 4tchg Ralfard 32083 phone
1/3 TFN. Melrose Phone 475-1151 schools. Jack Courtney A
964-5534 Itpd. 24 at I p.m., 3 p.m., 6:30: 6/26. ((904)431-1212.) 6/12 Stchg
FREE LOVABLE PUPPIESslrish before 8.30 offer 5 00. FREE GERMAN Assoc. Inc. Broker
BEAGLE PUPPIES Hunting p.m., B IS p.m. June 25 B THREE 1/BR MOBILE HOMESl -
e Pest Control Setter/German Shepherd 6/5 4tchg 6/26. PUPPIES Call 964.8057after 4737060. Itchg 12.
time Sell and
Protection e stock dr and rabbit. Call 26 at 630 p.m. and 8:15 For more information' call earnings.
Eight weeks old. Call 6 6, 12 TWO YEAR OLD HOUSE
964.B759. 6/12 2tchg 6/19. p. m. June 27 at 964.B245 or 964.5261.6/12 teach Trl-Chem Liquid Embroidery. p.m. Itchg on
7823352 2tchg 6/5 6/12 SEWING MACHINEl "SINGER *:30-10'30 a.m. 6/12 TFN. No experienceneceasory. 2" acres lawley area.
BABYSPYTINGtExperiencod GOLDEN TOUCH ANDSEW" Free Kit Plan. Only $1500 down. Wade
2tchpj 6/19. 2 B/R TRAILER. Enpando l/R. HOMES
D & J Variety mother would like to One of Singer's. room set S350. 7 piece din. Furnished. Keystone Call 782-3354 anytime. Behr Broker 782.3973 5 I
In home Mon Ing room set with gloss FOR SALE
Store my finest slg-iogs buttonholes Hts. $100 deposit and $175 6/12 Itpd.DUIVIRY TFN.
day through Friday./ blind home enclosed hutch In excellent DRIVER Must -
monthly. Ready to rent on
404 W. Madison Darlene Browning condition $600. WANTED OWNER WANTS TO TRADE
know In
stitch monograms has 6/20. Call 2929498. 6/12 area. Apply person
4963133. Itchg 6/5. Call 9646456. All furniture his, 3 BR house Starke fora
... 964-8858 automatic' push bulton ROUTE CARRIER 2tchg 6/19. at Sawyer Stode Gas
WILL CARE FOR ELDERLY bobbin etc. Sold newover little over 1 year old. 6/12 LARGE 2 SIR MOBILE HOME. 332 W. Madison Starke. doublewlde mobile College bo nd students
3FitB.f'i poll sillselfils WOMENiln my home.' Experienced Itpd. For the Gainesville Sun in 6/12 Itchq home. Wade Behr Broker
S400 balance $1 27 or (12 $150 monthly.' 1100d.pa.lt. end high sc* .1 l greduales,
and references.Call PAPER THIN COMPUTER Storke area. Must be over PART TIME Mature dependable 783-3973. 5/1 TFN.
Call 964-8704. this
Mana Lender month. Call creditmanager earn good m ney/ summer.
4962211. 2tchg 6/12 per TELLS BODY IB, bondable, have 6/12 Itchg. custodian 6 hours BY OWNER) Completely $350 week. lookIng .
Wallets Tuba collect ((904)) pt
Socks 6/19. 376.4467.6/12 TFNchg. TEMPERATURE) Amazing dependable Iron.por.tollon. 3 AIR MOBILE HOMEl Air per week evenings, $2.40 remodeled 2 8R. one bath. for han workersformore
,train' ,50. Tel.A-Fovor' gives readingIn Good retirement In. Cend. $135 monthly. $100 per hour to clean public Family/ Room Fireplace Intel .votlon cell

to age If"pair, 49' INSURANCEMAINES COLOR TV. 25" console actual C and F degreesby come. deposit. Phone 964.8704. library. Apply Bradford Screened porch Central Gainesville. 1-175-0633.
holding to forehead for Apply at 6/12 Itchg. County Public library at Heat t Air. Nice Corner lot 6/12 .
model under
,lead Hi-Karate' Qilt Sat INSURANCE AGENCY warranty.due of 30 seconds. Gentle OS a 408 S.Walnut St, ON KINGSLEY LAKE Due to 105 E. Jackson St.. Starke. in Saratoga Heights, 1021
off balance
160 S. lake Ave.. lake Pay mothers fcucbv,41lIdrn, .Stark. .,. ,>cencellotlon-" vacancy 6/12 3tchg 6/19. W. Pratt St. Phone9645639.Available ..... '...I
only 2" EaI 5184.110'cal(v or. aisiijne : ._From 6/21 .NURSING HOMEl'N.eed. LPN Now.: 1
Butler. 47 97P, f9rop'I'I,. '- and;"adults JaMeutingC( 1 11,. .864 8170, .. It.. Small xauag :
l IrEVERYONE urdrWHM2.. 'IF''" payments >)f1JST8i; .rmonlh..S. Use over and over.\; Oily' to 6'28 and28 lo 7/5. for 4-13 shift. Full or Port- 5, I TFN. M. 00-: ....' .. .
A FREE PAC OF BIC IS INSURABlEf .-.at White Sewing for Phone 533.2366.6/12 Itpd.I time. Phone 9646220. 6 5.
$250 3 15.94
I PENS WITH '0PURCHASE ) Immediate coverage by and Appliance Center eo. I ./ FURNISHED APT Inquire tfnchg
.I OR MORe phone. JOE USHERAGENCV4963I36 3927 SW Archer Rd.. postpaid plus lax. Sall.loc.lion -lake Geneva at Tackle Box 301 N. FIILLIMEROCKSEPTIC e

t..WITH THIS COUPON. or Gainesville Fl. 3764466. Guaronteadl Jacomb iooftx4J6ft.Lots Temple Ave.. Starke. 6/12 LOSTFOUNDlOST
496-2903.IFN 6/12 TFNchg.REPOSSESIED. 3100 Aloma. Winter Park llpd TANK INSTALLATIONSCall
A Good Oil Fashion FL 32792. 6/12 3tchg 626.CLU.S'IIATIIINAL. rlcslrlcled for 1850 sq.
MOBILE HOME $135 mon I
DOGt large Lab.S..r
ft. minimum
Family Business building
Amana thl,. $50 deposit. Call combo. Long black hair.
-L. o II 0 IRS LADIES sue In Bradford
microwave oven 1979 County 964-8285 for further Infor. Answers to Red. Phone : CARDIN BROS. 984.6150Having

model,.family size. Underwarranty. GIlOUPSLITnELEAGUESBANDSSCH. mation. 6/13 Itchg. 4311853. 6/5 4tchg 6/26.

balance due $1%.10
Need Funds?? Tired ol
cash or take overpayments Rat t CO REALTOR
ClassifiedAds Candies Cookie CarWashes
of $19.90 per Trouble
month. See at White SawIng HIGH IMPULSE Jox .3S6-S849 -24 hrs.

S Appliance Center ITEMS -ESSENTIAL Gvllfo-377-7"6 .24 hrs.

3527 S.W. Archer Rd.

7 n- TFN Gainesville chg.FRESH 37644M.12 with Available from 30 from% to$1.00 50% pro up Career Position Avail. With ? ? ?'

Bring WE OFFER: Financing,
fit We .
CORN I OKRA Come to you. can even A f lirtwtl flat 1.0 ,..
III 714 Lafayette' make your/ fund raisingpay ."...16ttiftil I...... .ot
get ".._,
off all long. 12
Results St.. Storke. Murray'sGarden. year .., ... .,..
9647326. 6/12 Details DORWAIN. PO Box "A"p,.,".h trtlnln with' ,.0.Ms. .1. "Priced out of the market? Well think again I We have brand new,

764 Fern Park. Fl 32730. .. ...... .,. ..
tchg. 0,. thr... and four-bedroom homes. '. Call today and see
6/12 3lchg 6/26. If you want to really work
I CALL 471-3234 if you qualify for as low as 41finoncing. :'

0nmair- Roberts! I .H'"Drilling Well' ] ..... PERSONALSERVICES HOME/ FOR SALE HURRY Time Is Running Out !

I 'if'Thru'S"Fast: ; BILL'S SAW SHOPs Complete 2 BR. 2 Bath fireplace *V

.' Real EstateI Rotary .ha.culor p.ning hand service,lcicliarellovv, clr' eel scroll Roberts S2500, down-call 964-BSOS.f You May Qualify For This Special Plan If Your

Drilling Equipment chain mower ft/12 Itchg.

964-7828 986 N.-Temple .'M.. !!i..,LICENSED..I. ............'....... Leave ground ot Jackson and balanced.Building I IPAIIL'S Income Does Not Exceed The Chart Below

PUMS32 Supply., Starke or Keystone

Weekends and Evenings CallRfchard ANONY- FRAMING No. In Family
New & Used
Roberts "".5595 Judith Flynn -.....al4 MOUSi
%in Godwin 94-9159 Patsy Slice .*...IS7. SalesPartsService.: Phone 964-5148 or 9647619. Lie. contractor, InsuraillREMOLDING

4 tus langford "".3114 Norman Nodding .964-720 TFcha 2 Persons 3 Persons 4 Persons 5 Persons 6 Persons 7 Person
Larsen Canon ."".1704 Lucille Spry .....-.420 .__.. .".?.!?m'M'! ]! .... WILL BABYSIT your
Kay Waters' 4-941 I John R. Smith t.....1217 Reasonable rates. Good A ADDITIONSSub
PjumbingNew care. Prefer over 2 yrs of 113,500 s16, 00 $18,500' 119,500 .20,500 s22OOO
HOMESITES !:! l, age.. Coma to 644 N. Contract FramingOr
.2 BR. IB, new ham.-." Bayless' Hwy. Installation ItchgJ Will Frame
'3 IR. IB, fenced backy.Vt lat-SRUEast. .

'3 IR. IB IR OR appro lA.lot-SRIOOCast. _Remodeling.....I._...........Repairs............_, .. .. .. .. ........ 'Your House For.You These Homes May'lnclude
'3 IR. 2B, IN, DR FR. stone flreplace-Prett St. :;

'3 '". IV4B. LR.DR, den-Searing 1321 r .n. Mobil.tc 964-8016' Carpels- Fireplace/ Appliances
'4 IR, 3B. large home, screened rec.. reem-Searlng St.. 2tchg

-D.W. 3 BR, 2B. appron.MOBILE 5'I.A..SII"HOMI West.. & -Ar r ; No''Down Payment With* MOBIL* HOiVUt Down Payment As Low As

w VA Financing I'H"tc $9 9 000
'2 '". approx. ,12.9 ecres-off SRI*. .
'DW 2BR,2B, furnished, epprex. 7A. Crosby Lelie'Shormis. T 8* Down. IS Years -tc
COMPANY -tc Financing Available '
We Have Recently Built 12 HomesUnder
OUT-OF-TOWN ...................."... 4t Also Good Clean Used. ic ,
'3 ilk 2S. large home, fireplace' oprx.:'A. off SR 221.3BR .. Mobile Homaa. -tc
864 N. .- '
100 AM* This Program And The Payments
.2B large ham, fireplace, aprx.3A.lawtey.48R : ,ic "
II. 2.story home. aprx.2A-Klngsley lake Aree.I Temple Aye, i f East Pal" a. ****,
J Mobile Home sales -

I ACREAGE .......Starke.............i,..Fla! ;.."- -'"J* East Isslatka'Fla.32.1.69 : l Rani from '$19250. $29500. '
Beautiful wooded lots In Graham ores, and 325.380 to :

".6 8'/acres-Cm1.. acres air SHJ3J.Forsyth Rd. 964-7061' .. ...... ..... ... Month

MOBILE. HOME, Based On Size Of Mortgage And Your -

off acres Ca"ntrlCI". area. c' _.. > ,.v..."ri*, I Z -r IN REMODEL.ING-; INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS ,
Call Us To See
I. .".' Situation'
\. V:, OLD ..
'1 B/R. 1 bath. "Ir 9. y.rd-.nl.R..I.\'' .'' ,, ', \1.' ;! BATHS POLICIESAT .is If You Quality
: Repiice Trios Worn, Out Shabby Tiles. You Own Own
i '" 'j 1-' .;" I'' Your Ludlow Payments
,. IN TOWN, 'r. *!'.pla..lonaIIIrOta.in flag/out. Wall* B Floors REASONABLE RATESOlin's '

Searing St, _4 III,;I1. LIIJ Fl. g.... DRd LfV UtilityJ' Marble,) e Quarry Ceramla e $.ha.\\vinyl e Vinyl/' Tile --------- MGM Be Lesse a a a a a a a atittordable_ .

CHI A. Screened 0lecraertion R_.... lovely Home 4 ,", ,... MobileNomesales
'B. Water S*. large 2 story freme home en 19S' X 291' "ROBERT KITCHENS TILE ,

let*, unique! I 'YJ ':
A HomesStarke4&A5t33' r
: ) : *pee QUOTES :
'Business Opportunity":* Commercial,aiflll..lni querteraon 064-7630 ,,
301 Call todeylB Phone 904-6606
acres behind Primitive Baptist Church. Heights 473.3133.1June
Claim Xisystone
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88 June 12,1180

Whitehead Hosts Area Crime Council ConferenceSheriff I

John Whitehead boated the' LEAA(Law Enforcement!: Assistance required "expending $80,ooo to Hicks were presented certificates} of
annual conference of Chapter 5 of the ,Administration) money Bachmansaid recover 9000. appreciation. These men were
Florida Council on Crime and Delin- the state will now be paying for The deputy secretary ended his recognized for their.many long hoursof
1 AI quency at his farm off SR-lOO In Union seven Probation and Restitution speech by complimenting DOC staff work: in preparing the annual get-.
County between Stark and Lake Centers scattered throughout the members for a commendable effort in together.
Butler last Friday night, June (. state the J>re.TriaIIntervenUon Pro such a "thankless Job." Jackie Henderson and Charles
The keynote speaker, Departmentof gram, and the Research Departmentof Following the keynote speaker the Frazier were announced as recipientsof
Corrections (DOC) Secretary LouisL. DOC. Bachman Indicated some Chapter 8 officers for 1980 were the$50 awards to assist the winnersin
Wainwright was unable to attend. counseling and social services posi- presented: Secretary Paula Thomas, attending the state convention this
Replacing Wainwright at the local tions will be deleted due to the money Treasurer Jackie Henderson of ,summer in Miami.
gathering was Deputy Secretary adjustments at the prisons. Lawtey Correctional Institution Chapter 8 presented awards in
I David Bachman Pluses from the state's 1980 Vice-President Hamilton Mathls anal recognition of outstanding service In
The council is a professional legislative session, Bachman in- President Lana Arnold of Gainesville. the following areas: corrections-
organization of employees of the state dicated, include the funding of one .For their contributions to Chapter David Watson, assistant superintendent -
criminal Justice system, Including new institution for DOC Increased 9, Union County Sheriff John at FSP; law enforcement-
...... probation officers correctional officers maintenance funds for the Receptionand Whitehead Dearwood Hicks of Mac Sheriff Lou Hendry of Alachua Coun-
law enforcement officers Medical Center In Lake Butler clenny, and local Parole and Probation ty; criminal justiceDr..Ivan Lamb of
Two LCI employees Division of Youth Services and Florida State Prison, plus Supervisor William W. (Bill) Lake City Community College.
Graduate fromCorrectional employees, and some attorneys and (300,000) for the conversion of the
court officials. steam boilers at Union Correctional
Institute Bachman, filling In for Wainwright, Institution to wood burning. It's '
The Department of Correction has announced that Lawtey Correctional a brief synopels on the state of Commenting upon the 1980 a Big Big
stitution employees -Kelth P. Northrup. left, and Earnle N. Cauley Department of Corrections and Legislature, the deputy secretary
recently participated In the Correctional training Institute at Rairord. Florida. how It fared in the session of the stated that several bad bills have Breakfast
nil Is the fifty-second CTI group to enroll In the minimum standard curricula Florida Legislature Just ending. been defeated specifically the ones
which Is required by law. The Training Institute program Is taught In conjunction :- The deputy secretary said salarieswill dealing with removing prison inspec-
with Lake City Community College and the graduates earn nine semester go up between 6.5 and 8 percent tors from DOC reducing to a misde-
credits for successfully completing the full time. 180 hour course. depending upon the particular Job meanor the penalty for Inmate sit
The participants will continue their training with an additional ISO hours class this year. Bachman further In- down strikes, and abolishing the 2 .o\
taught by regional Instructors, on an In-service basis at the various correctional dicated the long awaited pay incen- Parole and Probation Commission. t't.EIII
facilities located throughout Florida. tive plan for correctional officers will Bachman did say the attempt to
be delayed until 1981 with only a repeal the controversial bill requiring
$35,000 planning grant possibly com- Inmates to reimburse the state for Basis H.M
ing out of the I860 session. prison time failed indicating that ItOddcolored Sittsap or
With the phasing out of federalE

Inmate Files $2 Million u ""'N'it'U: : I Hash Browns ar firffs

W\fI e O.[; 'n tn; ...' ; 0.' ; o

Damage Suit Against 5 Tips On Summer Eye CareA

vacation may not be 2 Q ttsr.Ilk Bbeulf

just what the doctor

Former Correctional OfficersUnion unless ordered you're-for careful your eyes u.fti, o \ .- .Refills on Coffee FREE

Correction Institution In- Hall charges In his federal suit that Annoying. and sometimes 6-9
mate Eugene "Mahogany" Hall has last April 25 Norman brought him to seriously sunburned eyes are 49
filed a $2 million federal lawsuit his office where he was a classification just one of the hazards your $1 I .
against five former prison employeesand officer, where Hall was accusedby eyes may face on a vacation.
asks the Department of Correc- Norman of "Homosexual activity. Other typical vacation- Queen
tions to establish rules concerning the ." The suit also charges Norman related problems are black sunglasses may
treatment of inmates by correctional brought him to his office the next dar eyes and eye socket fractures look good but can Interfere
officers at the prison. where Norman "unjustly accused'him from baseball beanings with true color perception.
The suit charges that the four fired of homosexuality. or rackets cuts and bruises Eye specialists: say stick with Now Serving Van.. and brazier.
officers plus one other former prison The suit contends Hall was forced to from excursions Into the natural gray green or brown.
employee forced Hall to perform torture himself with a baseball bat woods, dry eyes from over- strawberry Cones
"malicious and inhuman" acts on while Norman, Watson and Wolfe exposure to wind and 301 North 964-7478
himself with a baseball bat after ac- "sat by laughing and being amusedby tinging, burning. eyes from
cusing Hall of homosexual activity.It the malicious and Inhuman acts chlorinated swimming pools
was also charged in the suit that Hall was being forced to perform." -
one of the employees struck Hall on The suit charges Bennett and
the face and forehead and struck Wilkerson then arrived. It points out
Hall's head against a brick wall. Bennett struck Hall on the face and
Former UCI employees Harold forehead and struck Hall's face
Dean Norman, 32, of Starke; JamesC. against a brick wall while Wilkerson Save
Wolfe, 29, of Macclenny and looked on and laughed according to on popular
William Bennett. 27, of Raiford were the suit.
charged and arrested for sexual bat- Hall contends in the suit that he has
tery and cruel and inhumane treat- suffered from severe headaches and
ment of a UCI inmate. The fourth internal pain. Hall In the suit claims Doubleknits Gabadremes
former officer James Wesley Wilker- he"has experienced flashbacks of the
son 33, of Macclenny was fired and Incident" and that he"has now a nervous ,
charged with three counts of perjuryin problem which causes him to
connection with a May 6 incident shake and tremble all the time."
which took place in Norman's office. Hall is serving three years for
Hall's suit also names William R. grand theft and auto theft from Duval and Weaver's Cloth
Watson a prison school teacher who County
resigned May 15 after the others were The suit seeks $500,000 in compensatory -
arrested. damages and $1.S million in
punitive damages.No from well-known mills !
date has been set for a hearing name today .
In the federal suit.Florida.

tLnltttl s

Considers ( Theatre

Backup I Starke -964-5451
I OPEN 5 DAYSFri. ;,,11 /

Lawman thru Tues.gji. ./ .

An attempt to hire a former town -.. ,.r
marshall as a backup policeman was ", rd .r
blocked when the Brooker city council ,-, .
declined to take any action on the 3 .-.. -
matter at its monthly meeting Tues- c.
day night June 10.
Former Marshall Tommy Rauler-
son was present at the meeting along Our low prices outstanding
with current Marshall Jerry Miller, .
who has served since last Novemberin selections and extensive line '
the .
resigned last July citinghis of sewing notions make
fulltime job as a corrections of-
ficer and personal commitments as TG&Y Fabric Shops...

reasons Chairman for his C.J.resignation.Stalnaker pointed the place to buyl! r r

out that Raulerson did a good job as
marshall! until he lost his wife. "The

last month you worked you" took the ..................-...... J!
car out only three times, Stalnakersaid.

Show Times
Councilman Steve Nipper stated
that until the problems are Ironed out Friday 7:15': :45 Fabrics Available In f
with the new water system that the ci- Sat. A Sun. TQ&V Fabrlo Stores *
ty finances are not in the best of June 8 Thru June 14
shape. 5:00: 6.20: 7:40: 9:00:

"Maybe at budget time we can con- Mon. a Tues. 7:30:
sider adding a backup policeman,"
Nipper said. "I am against it at this

time.Councilman" Gene Melvin pointedout 301 Drive-In r FABRIC SHOPSa

that if everything was going
smooth he'd probably go along with Fri. & Sat.
adding a backup policeman. "Can'tsee f1
when we can afford it," Melvin 1.27 save
said. SILENT SCREAM nice way to sfiasjf Yard 15%

"Be glad to have Tommy work withus stretch your wardrobe Supar Oabaai.nia _ell Ass Plalna By- .neewnt Fr... sa.csw Mutfln. By
but can't see we can afford it .Plus. Burlingtoit/Klopman For a .amonibl RocMand.An.'ur.II'*t and til in kiss!fabric
faihlon Cal",. S multltuda of baaulllul apring for the warm summery day ahaadf!Permanent
Councilman J.C. Harrell said. with
now, !
versatility color from which to ... foOH,
Pra'and 100%Cotton comlor.nd
In other business the council: Dr. Tam DACRON: Polyaalar. SO/SI wldt' Pull i, bolts y caret 44/45"wld.: ,full boils,flag:: 1.49 Yd

Approved a request of the Brooker Torture
Volunteer Fire Department to ask DungeonRated

Bradford department County which for is the$2,500 same for figure the : R 1 97 2. O save g, 1 3 7 .

as asked for in the current budget. Y." L Yd. 13% ,,.

"After much discussion and alyaalar DcvbMmN A wide.....llon of W.CIolh Plalna By Wanuutti/Paclflo/ Printed' Vollaa. For that natural caiual'
com- Sun:, Mon. & Tues: quality hnlta'from tamoua nama brand 80S CManaM FORTREia Poly.M.r/SO*Colon -, look and feel',' 90% Poly.' .!.r/SOV.
paring when the council could meet to torn Polynlar, St/SO' wlda. full (Belli.AMortad .QrMl for tportawaar.pt.yw.wcrfor.yscolon.. Great for dr.i s... lop pnd
study garbage rates and consider the colon and paltama. 'catonlng formal. waar Pwman.nl Praai.Choioaofiprlnacotors 'Iota more. A vast collection of fan-
wld.. full boils pln..o.. just th* right
new budget a date was set for 44/45' ocki
a THE WIDEST Reg. a 28 d. /4 wi.. u I bo ,.. Reg.
workshop of i.b9 Yd.T.&T .
Thursday July 17, at RLM SINCE
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