Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04160
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 15, 1978
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
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04160
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BCTSlarrWrlter maximum system, alternative tection,received one vote. There were Iy,
Proving they're In the fight to keep number one. three write-In votes cast, favoring no >. i,
the,town from going heavily Into debt, The final vote count was system at all.
the Hampton Concerned Citizens re- completed Tuesday night after the The Concerned Citizen's Councilhas 1,
commended: minimum.water system polls closed at 7 p.m. Alternative hired Jack Nettles, a Gainesville ,
i, ,b v'f, aluJN w 5 number three pasted 99-28 overproposal number three, the minimum system attorney, to: work out the details In-
number one vote. required by state Department of volved In recalling City Council
/1 System number three wilt cost Environmental Regulations (DER) members A.C. Dennison, John X,
$257,400. with a loan of 157700. standard, captured 99 votes; System Mien Donald W Hclle. and Ernest
-4 Number one would have sumed a number one, which I include fire protection Greene.
+m4 $311,400 loan on a total cost of$054.800. and the largest capability for Nettles says that construction on
Y r Next step the citizens will strive for future expansion, receive 28 votes; the water system would have to be I
Is a recall election involving the four System number two, basically the delayed if the recall effort succeeds.The !'
h :H grounds for recall have been ,
listed as neglect of duty In the j '
: I of a new water system. The
Rl ,, Brooker citizens are looking Into the possibility
Bumps that a system cheaper than number
three can be installed and still meet
a state standards. They feel the City
w Council .did not research enough /
4 Fire PierceDenying different water system possibilities.There .
Chief are two opinions from state .

., representatives on whether cheaper i
I r ads system ,can be built. DER Representative '
there has been a rift with fire chief George O. Pierce, Brooker Jerry Owens, according to \.
f councilman C.J,Stalnaker moved Tuesday, June 13, to fire Pierce from the $20 City Council Chairman Ted Curtis, (
1 a month job. merely approved system No. 3, '
The city council unanimously backed Stalnaker. leaving open the possibility of i ,
Stalnaker first moved for Pierce's resignation.Pierce refused to resign. Then approval of a cheaper system or of the j
the motion to fire Pierce came, Stalnaker saying friction reported by the press, updating of the existing system. The 1
T between'the two was in error.j.. p" FmHA representative on the othrr
4' The councilman admitted he disagreed with Pierce on the amount spent on hand, said the town had no choice on _
; the fire department equipment referring to radios bought several years ago. system number 3, adding "it was ,::- I
"More people ha ve come to me asking why we allow George to buy. You can't absolutely essential for state require .
have a fire system and expect to run It with the amount of money we have. You ments." ,
Students at Southslde Elementary School celebrate the and classmates gobbled up on the hot afternoon Allison recall Involves the .
have got to run It like country people said councilman Gene Melvin. The process circulation -
last day of school June. The student churned McCutcheon, Idella Hall and Victoria Butler, middle, ,
Friday up
Councilman Zoltan Jakob seconded the motion for Pierce's resignation and a., of twopetitions toall ) f
j home-made Ice cream to go with cikes and cookies and swing Into summer and classmate Nancy Wilson, bottom roll call vote was 4-0; Steve Nipper was absent. registered Hampton voters. The first
got In one last afternoon of school play time. Johnny left smiles when she thinks of the summer abed Scott. .** '. for' each Councilman. .r l
I won't resign,you will have to fire me, said Pierce. Pierce did, however, set, one City
Thompson,Jr., bottom right helps whip up the dessert he Mosely, behind her Just enjoys his Ice cream. the for recall
read a resignation dated May 16, 1915 stating a lack of concern and cooperation, must print grounds (
budgetary problems and council resistance forced his resignation then. *t* clearly at the top. The first group ban ,: qa "
Vi AI Southside Elementary Students Celebrate Last Day of School aid I wes asked to come back,"laid Pierce.- ", ." \ 'registered voters' signatures, being .

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v". students celebrated the last day of Ferri. t->, '> ; ,., the most original and surprising was ifitalnaker agreed to act as chief until someone else could'tak. the Job. He A the recall process to continue.
school with an afternoon of ice cream "I'm going to ride my motorcycle", voiced by Dallas Martin. asked Pierce For the beeper presently used by Kenneth Twiss, who moved to The councilmen In question (hen
eating and play. Mark Strickland Mid Alachua County,or it would be turned over to the attorney for legal action. had five days to prepare a defensive
"I'm going to do schoolwork" ,Earlier in the meeting on a roll call vote 4-0 the council decided. not to get a statement of 200 words or less.A .
Many of the elementary students ''! think I'll JP'J I ti c- ac-.to w," Dallas said, and there wasn't a, quick response vehicle from the Forestry Service new set of petitions must then be
got the chance to make their own countered Robin teacher or parent around when the ,A fire department bill not paid last month still did not receive three signatures circulated with the grounds for recall
dessert, taking turns churning the ice Of course, there was a number of youngster revealed his summer plan of councilmen, a requirement for payment, during the payment of bills In and the defensive statements printed
cream machines, then Joining their kids who beamed when thinking about the meeting. clearly at the top of them.
classmates to eat their product with the summer vacations they'll take to School starts again for Southside The council adjourned from the town hall and reconvened at the fire station If at least 50 registered voters sign E
cake and cookies. Disneyworld, Six-Gun Territory or students and the other county schools for a look around. A motion to pay the $92 outstanding bill was approved unanimously their names to the second group of
21 of this petitions, they will be checked for
I similar fantasy playgrounds. on August year.
After eating their fill, the studentsgot
validity by the city clerk Mary Allen. _
In one last day of school play timeon
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Paul who
Meng explained the
the playground, throwing balls and
frisbees, swaying on the swingsets, Tax f process in a meeting two weeks ago,
climbing on the monkey bars and Levy Suggested or Drainage Program was not certain what the next step
was, but he believes the County
generally having a whale of a time on

their. last "work" day of the school Bradford County Commissioners county, but said it revolves around Hardy was also asked to researchthe Louise 'area. and south of Rock decision Commissioners by weighing will have the to ground make a

year.A topic for conversation as a school Monday,June, instructed the county money "I would like to see part of a local option giving counties the Church. against the defense. They can then seta
attorney to gather information about mill put on the ballot for a drainage right to add one cent a gallon tax on "The $80,000 necessary to rebuild date if a recall election Is to be held.
full of kids set to forget the three
get additional cent a gallontax can't Shuford said the millage the structure to be divided equally between The Council
"r's" for three months is what each putting an one program. We use money gasoline. City sponsored a water
will do to fill the hot summer days.' on gasoline and a drainage allocated for county .roads for.drain- could be used to maintain county the adjoining counties, meeting for all citizens last Thursday,
up program using portion of a mill on a age," said Shuford. roads. answered Hodges. June 8. Engineers Ralph Eng and
"I'm going to make my Momma let referendum for the fall ballot. Hodges said although the bridge Alan II. Aront of Sverdrup & Parcel I
me go swimming and let my Daddy Chairman E.W told Gil- In other business commissionerswere over the Santa Fe River looks fine the Gainesville firm that surveyed for
I buy me a sll -and-sllde," said Peggy Commissioners were approached Hodges approached by Bobby Dyal as a from the outside the underside is all three systems explained the alter
hooly he would Instruct
Swafford, and most of her fellow earlier in the meeting by Mike Gil-, countyattorney spokesman for those Interested in rotting and was declared dangerous. natives completely to a packed housein
students at Southside said they too hooly who asked about seeking out Dudley Hardy to research keeping Doan Bridge open between Hodges said If money becomes avail- Hampton City Hall. C' ,-
will battle the heat with dips Into side money for a drainage programfor putting it on the ballot. Bradford and Alachua counties. Dyal able then It Is possible the bridge The annual expense to the city for
pools, lakes or some variation like a the county presented a petition of about 170 could be rebuilt. each system was given by Eng with
slip-and-slide. There were other Commissioner Dave Shuford "I hope It comes up when it Is wet," names. He asked what were the rea- "We pay enough taxes, I would like system number one costing 129.490
more original suggestions for agreed there is a problem in the added Shuford. sons for closing the bridge north of the to see it kept open" said Dyal. annually, number two costing $23,79(1.
summer fun too.'Hampton. and number three costing I17.3HO. The

I v. .M.. annual combining costs operation are derived and main.from
Industries JD Development AuthorityWolbert
Sought byThe
tenance costs, bond revenue debt service I
costs, and bond revenue reserve t.:

Bradford County Development authority asking for their cooperation an industrial park on Edwards Road, said there has been some costs.Systems one and two would have In- r-
Authority Is now actively working on in developing a new industrial park. A but nothing materialized. When the Indication that such an area would be cluded the construction of a new well,
two separate projects to bring committee of councilman Charles city needed property to' develop a utilized bringing new jobs into the new tank new distribution system,
industry to the county, Schaefer, and Vernon Silcox and city recreation complex the authority area and benefiting the city through and a new well pump and motor. The
attorney George.Pierce, are to meet deeded the parcel back to the city. taxes.
Two businesses, including a rail- pump to be used on one and two would
still 40 west of US- "There are funds available on an 80-
The owns acres
with the authority. city
related have pumped water at the of '
road industry, are presently basis rate 23< -
301, and south of Alligator Creek. 120 per cent to develop an
considering a site 4.5 miles south of Development Authority membersare Indus trIll park since Bradford County 300 gallons per minute.
Thursday, Juni IS Starke near Hampton, according to : newly elected chairman Guy The authority Is Interested in has been designated an economic System number three. If Installed,
authority member Jesse Wolbert. The Andrews, L.M. Gaines, Gus adding the 40 acres owned by the city development area "> added Wolbert;; will use the existing well, but will Include
Council choice for the' railroad related Kopoleous. Arthur Brunn, James with adjacent property into a proposed The authority would have to provide 'a newer, faster pump and
7i3 p.m. industry has been narrowed to Brad- Waters,executive director Bill Wilson Industrial park that, Wolbert 20 percent of the funding. motor new pipes for distribution, anda
ford and Putnam counties, he added. and Wolbert. The authority still has hopes will total 100 acres. Money from such a grant cannot be new tank. Number three will pump
Thursday, Friday Wolbert declined discuss water at the rate of 100,,
to the
nature gallons
one vacancy. would have used to site but be usedto per
June IS& 14 "It does not mean we an acquire a can
of the other business at the minute. <
industrial park tomorrow, next yearor improve it with roads, streets,
Wolbert explained the city of Starke Following the explanations
Senior PicturesSitting time.Wolbert deeded to the Development ever, but we are exploring all curbs, drainage, wells, sewer, fencingand 'and
also approached the Starke property maintenance said Wolbert.Hampton was a question answer session.
Fee 12 Council June 6 on .behalf 'of .the -Authority some years back to develop avenues, said Wolbert. Paul Meng asked Eng '
BHS Office number three could be expand to
f a.m.-Noon serve more than the 155 maximumusers.
1p.m.- p.m. 2 Boys Charged With Burning Marketsince Eng responded that the small
pipes, four inch and two Inch in
Saturday, June 17' I
Two; Brooker Juvenile boys were one had no previous record and system three were the major limiting
Girl Scout CampRegistration arrested Thursday, June 1, and the and the other had faced no factor for potential growth in the
Due charged with arson In the burning of charges since "a brush" with DYS H system. He said that only the houses
an auxiliary platform at the Brooker two year ago. They were released In -l that were situated ors the proposed
Monday.June If State Farmers Market ,last February custody of their parents. line of pines could be hooked up.
25. The State's Attorney office will review The mandatory hook-up issue was'
. BCSB7p.m. Bradford County Deputy Don the case later and determine If also raised, and Eng explained that
,. Denton and Brooker Marshal Tommy evidence warrants a court hearing. the FmllA had given the city two
Elks& Elkctte .. Raulerson were arresting officers. t. r alternatives In order) tod guarantee
%'ctMCav.r.dDish 7 p.m'i.ft s '-
f' : enough users, mandatory hook-up or a
Meeting p.m. The state-owned platform, Observed rI f user's agreement,'
I 4i I .' > .kG appraised for taxes at J50.000..will not Burglary: 1 '1/ d kNY Most council members agreed that
: 1 Tuesday,June ao be rebuilt, according to market '' ";; : a mandatory ordinance would have to',
t. Bob Allen,since it SpeedyArrest
manager was being be paaaed, because a user'a
; Stark Council used only as office space for buyers 'I' agreement would not have
7 p.m. during watermelon season. The main Starke police arrested Riley customers enough
Leonard Griff,20, and Sandra Marie signing -up to give the.
; c.s..r market'building Is adequate'; for- the Fisher 19, both of Starke Monday, -ik-_ FmllA some insurance on their loan.
area's needs..Allen said. June 12V for ,the burglary of a +' Most of the citizen contended, that
Mir (QtammunUg -. After the arrest the filing(of charges residence on South., Epperson Street. Hampton ,was not going ,to grow aa ,
by the officers: ,the Department of Bverdrnp A Parcel engineer Alan H, Concerned Citizens' expected. A University of Florida
i &tntr IlIlnkACC"III.u. Youth Services were, notified., ... Investigators said police were Mont reviews the three water system lawyer Jack Nettles questions the city' study on the growth, potential of the I
p .. provided by Florida Juvenile law, notified by a neighbor who observedthe alternatives at the June water council members and water system town bowed that there ,vould be 50O
r.awww DYS officials decided that the youthsdid June 9 burglary' enabling the meeting. engineers; a* some of his. clients look people in with( ,city limits by' 1980compared .
P._.. DipMIt,IIMWMM c.r-. not meet the criteria for detention speedy arrest. and listen 4OT In 1.971.,
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PagetA TELEGRAPH Jwe1.I 7. __

$242,202 Apparent Girl, 1 6, InjuredIn

/ Low On City HallMusic 301-1 00. MishapSixteen

.t ., -year-old Pamela Underhill and lost control of hit vehicle crossing

and Worth Construction Co. .. wards, of 300ooo at the cur delayed of Starke I is recovering at home afteran the median striking road sign

of Live Oak submitted the low bid of, .problems But because night accident Friday June 9. at the Damage was estimated at 25O to the
( the bids Tuesday vehicle and S100 damage to
$242,202: to build Stares, new 7.20O. Intersection of VS-30t'.nd' SR-100.
foot city haD beating out local {came In lower than architect Morgan Starke police reported Miss Under. the road sign.../ "
square Aor the council had dared hope. Isaiah Lewis Jenkins of Lawtey was
$7,992. _
contractor Ernest Trlest. hill turned left In front of a tractor
Triest construction With the ori&lnal1.200 square foot attempting left turn on SR-100 June
I Trlest, who owns trailer driven by1 Harold R. Higgtn-
I Co. of Keystone ,ha a lot buiding In reach for $242,202 the / botham of Lawtey. The truck struck when. the vehcl] lie was, delving was

of work now and eel )' wasn't, council may well decide to go back to the Underbill vehicle In the right side struck in th4Kr w>> John J.estimated Gaffneyof

quite ss hungry'as and Worth the larger building. and pushed It Into a third vehicle Pennsylvania. Police
said architect Don Morgan Music & ,Even with the larger building; thepolice owned by'Eldri &e Clinton Anderson f 100 damage to the Jenkins vehicle

Worth was contractor for Phases 4 department will still be halt out. The Chevrolet driven by Pamela UnderhUI" f Starke sits In the KM station at parked at the Eastern 011 Station. and $350 to the,Gaffney vehicle.
High School recently Morgan said to build the new police aad belag hit by a log-carrying trackmoments to Alan Todd Hicks'/; "of Starke was
and 5 of Bradford the caner. of Highways :301 IM, after Police) estimated 12,500: damage In
careless driving a
quarters would coat at 150000. charged with
completed. earlier.City the UnderhiU vehicle. $700 to
Music and Worth la. termed l'a good Councilman Joe Warren served tractor-trailer and $500 to the June 2 accident at Westside' ball fieldPolice

company" by one the city notice on the council'Tuesday night vehicle. reported Lionel Tommy
can be Moran put up a,;good( that he won't vote to build a new city Insurance Underhill was, admitted t* Bradford Edwards 1&. of Starke was In the
building. hall If the council goes for the larger Medical and later transferred parking lot making aright turn when
County Hospital
MAw was low Tuesday on tie base building. If the police department Is to Alachua General Hospital. She his vehicle' was' .lrllCk, a'the right

bid at 9193.000 to Treats $106.394 on included and unless the loan Is spreadover i 1 received stitches In her right shoulder rear. Police estimated damage at $75

the trimmed down 5.BOO square feet enough years so the Indebtednesswill and was kept under observation for a to the Edwards vehicle end$230 to the

building Douglas and Kelley, Inc of not strain the general fund. Policy Under Fire AgainThe concussion before- release Sunday. Hicks vehicle.:
of $\, Augustinewas
Gainesville was under M&W on Underhill was charged with an John Allen Taylor
Alternate One, various equipment to After the meeting Councilmen turn. charged with Violation of right-of-
Schaefer and Silcox were figuringhow Improper In June ,1 accident. Thomas
Inside the building. D K bid way a
go to MAW'S 16702. But the much the city wiU have to borrow medical Insurance policy' for Medical and gives only (40 a day'(orhogpitallzatlon. Police also reported treated Nancy Kingston Dauh.rty,'.of Lake Butler
$13,105 of at
Kentucky was
Gainesville firm was the highest from the Florida Bank at Starke to Starke city employees has come You Just" can't' get a Claycomb and was southbound"'on*Orange Street
bidder on the entire Job at 284106. swing the full 7,200 square foot under criticism from City Councilmenand hospital room for $40. County accident Hospital June 11 when Taylor failed to yield at Inter'
released an
M 4 W bid$32.500 on Alternate Two building Schaefer figured the city may be changed In the next Warren said the ,.Insurance following of Walnut and Madison section of Francis Street, Police
committee had been working on a new at the corner
the largest original size building of can get by with borrowing $125.000. budget session In the fall. estimated '$300' damage to the
funds the haa Thereis 6 Council policy but the company backed out street. vehicle and $1.000 damage
7,20(1( square feet Two other firms plus city already At the Tuesday June City east SR. Dauherty
was traveling on
because of the high number of claims Claycomb
$35.000 remaining In Councilman Wilbur Waters the vehicle
low base bid meeting to Taylor
lower but M&W'a
were feral and striking a vehicle
100 ran a light
city( employees have made against the
and close bidding on Alternate One though not unbudgeted criticized the benefits of the current driven by John Richard Kite of Starkeas
the Live Oak firm low. Trlest bid revenue sharing funds, Schaefer said. city policy saying It doesn't provide{ present policy.
kept south Walnut
The city also has saved over the to "When we got to the budget talks he was traveling on
Alternate Two. nearly enough coverage protect 3 Applications
was .13,462 on ,
: to be for
I'm pushing more
Talking after the meeting the city past 10 or so years a nest egg with hospitalized employees. waters!
before Police estimated$475 damage to the
but I've done that
council members seemed to favor which to start a new city hall. The added that city employees .houldn'tbe f coverage
Kite vehicle and $1,500 to the
better has been knocked
savings program was started by clerk compelled to accept the City'sgroup and coverage
going for the original 7,200 square down." Warren laid "Usually the Claycomb vehicle. 5 RequestsAre
Merrill Edwards and now has reached insurance *
foot building they had planned. On city employees knock It down because John W. Sasser of Starke was
100000. But the clerk himself are'eovered
M&W's Alternate Two bid of 32.500 some At present Starke's employees
feet will doesn't know he says, exactly how by Professional Insurance' they don't want to pay any more and charged with an Improper turn
the extra 1,800 square come then gripe when they need the causing an accident June 11. ApprovedThree
much Is in the next Edwards said Insurance thebpolity
at $18,06 per square foot. That's the egg Like most group plans Police reported Garland Mallory of
cheapest the city will ever be able to he Is In the process of working up that requires that 75 percent of thecity's insurance
City Clerk MerriDEdwarda said be'sdealt Starke was traveling on Orange
figure and some other budget be enrolled. The
said, employees
put -up a building for Morgan with other insurance companiesbut Street and Sasser also traveling north
councilmen to for the Information employees pay $7 a month now with for recla.sf
urging the go applications
nobody has been able to match the on Orange made a U-turn hitting the
also after
Edwards out the
for each worker.
If there Is the city paying $19 of and lire iiHiit'sHfor
extra space any way.If vehicle in the left rear. The flcation propert |
little Mallory
the larger building Is decided meeting that the city Is going to haveto That adds up to$26 for each Individual current policy for as money. permission to udxtrlistf retuning
Mallory vehicle traveled another 78
with $750.000In local fundsto "U they want more coverage they
will be "just a come up monthly. .
upon, the extra portion back the feet after Impact. hearings were uppnnvd m rapid tin-
might as well Just to same
funds for federal go
use as matching
will have to finish the by H.MI-
shell "The city Police estimated$200 damage to the order the (Count Zoning :
monies when the city goes into its "That kind of ($26)) lustdoesn't company (Professional Edwards .
with its labor as money with .
building own moneyIs Tuesday night, no ruiwotes.
available. multi-million dollar sewer Improve- give you any kind of medical said. "I "think they'll still be thecheapest. Mallory vehicle and $175 to the Sasser \ .

The architect and a building ment program. insurance" said Councilman Joe vehicle.Anthony Brown of Starke was not Affirmative recommoiuUit.tm; fur

committee of Councilmen Charles Warren, a member of the Council's Injured June 6 as he darted from approval will be sent IP [lie I'ounl.v
Schaefer and Joe Warren will meet to -# JII'<. Insurance Committee, "That protects) Registration For behind a parked school bus Into the Commission on the! followingpetitions
them for cut. and bruises, but that'sabout
study all six bids, and submit a
:: .$ left front of a vehicle driven by Macll
recommendation to the city council at -u' i it.
'.. McLeod of Starke as he was travelingeast
Its next meeting June 20. fc 1c '" SFCCJune 19-21 on Brownlee St. :sewLife: To-r.ple: Inc. of Lawtey.
The council trimmed the original "We need Major Medical coverage of 7.5 of formerDesert
"Fortune brings In ..om.boats The Florida Highway Patrol reported recUssificJtiun!
plans for a new city hall down 1,800square and about $60 a day for hospitallza- Kenneth Frank Manning of Isle Motel property from I lit to
that are not tteer'd. lion" Warren stressed "Th.:j* for the Summer (B)
feet when Registration
feet to 5,600 square establishment of u Hi-
Graham was traveling west on SR -18 KM: to permit
protected: construction costs shot up Shakespeare coverage now doesn't provide MajorMALONE" Term of Santa Fe College will be heldat as a log truck was approaching. unit mobile home park in connectionwith

the Santa Fe Office in Bradford Manning drove off the pavement onto the church. Mrs! ()ml111 .li'iin\

High School Monday, Tuesday, the north shoulder and went out of !Mercier. representingew: tile

Wednesday, June 19. 20. 21. control on the wet slick shoulder and Temple explained that plan lor constructing

The office will be open from 8 am ran into a pine tree jacknifing on u temple on the site had

to-30: pm.Students may register for impact.The been abandoned and approval had
all Santa Fe classes Including Starke FHP estimated $6.000 damageto been given b>' lER for use as a

classes and the main campus In the tractor and trailer. Manning mobile home park up to K) units

Gainesville. was charged with careless drivng.Joea.ph .
Robert T. Elliot petition for rezoning -
There will also be an evening om'hull' mile north
Sandford Nelson and Fred 20 acres.
registration for Starke classes only
north side ol I Laura
of on
Thursday June 22 from 6 pm. to 8 were injured when their east fl'lIldl'ntlill'to
pm.p vehicle, driven by Nelson, went out of Church head trol1IUl'
Ol ., .uPl'n'' rqT.IfI'fIIr' for,u''henrrpf Lj .
jcontrol Tuesday'morning o* SB-200."u" c. ? (
Mattress i + The Summer Terra runs.from June .Nelson ""IW""Qv lIta"'lnlflnltber..1" /; I. far (lp ,yuu !I:' 'IT" '\! 111m, .IH x'ihn7tl
Wt7 through August 17. (vehicle when he ran off the pavementu,.,..! i r "'Itt.'JQM ? 1
A petition, initiated. I b the..onrng
*>J Credit class offerings here In Starke onto the median. After oversteering. >
Board itself lor iviUtKilieationapproximateK 01
Include (Monday and Wednesday) Nelson lost control overturned twice
Introduction to Humanities and and came to rest on a concrete !na H+ Hires northwest ol
culvert. Starke city limmts on right and left of
Introduction to Statistics, and
l (Tuesday and Thursday) Current The vehicle was totaled and Nelson SK-229: i Brown lee Knad. Irom till' to

THRU JUNE Issues in Education and Business was charged with careless drivingand Open Hural
Writing driving with a suspended license, Permission to iitlurlise tor'

save 40 to 80 Randall Brooks was also injured hearing wore granted on I the

When still being when he flipped his pickup truck following requests'
you Applications are
a"E Firm Wednesday morning on SR-230.:
on accepted for the Summer and Fall According to FHP reports, BrooKS I! K,, "'1y. rt'prt'-enling, the lornu-i

this mattress. semesters. Stark 101| :Motel lequrbt lor hearing,
buy Extra Firm and Super For more information stop by the was shoulder"spinning when he rolled donuts"the truck on over the (onrezoning 4sacresone-qua) rtl'r' mile

local Santa Fe Office (Monday its north on I',S, 301 Irom RIB ( residential
Firm bedding sets. through Thursday) from 8 a,m. to 3 on top.Brooks :
was charged with careless ) to R-3 (multiple family hay
pm., or call 9645382. driving, and the vehicle damage was explained the request was made In

r j! .- estimated at $500. order to allow the addition of four to

; Balls McKinney was also chargedwith ,six units to existing! motel building

Dr. Joel F. KettPODIATRIST reckless driving when he lost
this matching control of his vehicle In a heavy rain James :M Broun' request I'or
and storm. McKinney was travelling on hearing on rezoning jo: .(XMl square feet
SR-200 when the vehicle started of property fives miles! south of

box spring FOOT SPECIALIST sliding, left the road and overturned. Starke. north of the:Meng Dairy Road

Lonnie Joe Cribbs was chanted from OR to BA, permitting operationof
Wednesday with failure to yield the an auto repair shop on the site,
4001 Newberry Road right of way to Jerry Michael Blalock

after his vehicle collided with Emory Duncan' request for hearingon

Building D Suite 111 Blalock's on SR-200. rezoning three acres west ot
Cribbs was leaving the Quick Stop Lawtey on SR-1.23 from KA ''exclusive

market when he struck Blalock. who ogl to OR.Donald .

Gainesville, Florida was travelling on SR-200. Cribbs said
We Will Include he did not see the other vehicle in the E. Furrow request' for
rain. hearing on rezoning the former
The Frame. Phone 373-3077 Kinucan property on Rising Road loaf

Brownlee Hood 0 from OK to HI' (to
--------------- Starke police charged Curtis Clayxn
'Omitted From The Yellow of Sanderson with driving while permit In operation of a dog grooming(
shop an existing building.
intoxicated and failure to display a
Page Listing license In a Sunday. June t, accident James W. Robinson: request forbearing

Under Podiatrists. Police reported Clayton was northbound 29,850 square on rezoning feet of property approximately at Santa I
hand lane
on Us-301 in the right
Fe Shores from BA to Hit

( \ CL/M1T1' T'0 These hearings will be held at the

.. 'II '' 1 next regular meeting of the board on
brsllstasemAND : -- ====::- June 27.Zoning. ,
----- --- Director LI\I. Gaines asked
the board to consider changing the

monthly meeting time from the last

ALL DELIVERED. "FREE" Anniversary24x60 Tuesday night to the second Monday
: night in each month in order to expedite

the rezoning process which will

*312 Coil Extra Firm *612Coil Super Firm require about 60 days under the new-
252 Coil Firm Sale planning and zoning regulations instead

of the present 30 days.In .

$119.9TW1NI $139,95 $ 1999., his monthly report Gaines listed

TWIN SIZB ...' 1586.590 In new construction permits
TWIN SIZ.Cpo 'aim. the
"' UI" during May following categories
'* wog Rea M f SIN Each Piece/ : 15 single family dwellings.

*eIIUSas NOW-? "..piece. COILS 1312Rapuloly9e'.scnplace 3.Br,2Bath 24x60 1320.58014 mobile homes 105.900: 29
""M IIZa. 25Z con. Now-Tf ctI piece : 2.2lL" ; FULL SIZE .
AegulatIy-011"'NlChpl additions. $65.310. three commercial
Reg. .13S1!! NOW'119"MOhpHO Shingle Root Wood Siding, All Electric 3 Br.
193.100 one hog shelter and
., permits. :
*300 Coll NOWMt *
OUf EN SOI.322 Coil* NOW*20e"MIB OUCCNtOI Itagulwly...., \ .. Circle Kitchen Furnished Carpet Family Room 2 Bath one dock 1700. Building inspections
'Ul"rty-'299""l QUEEN SIZE COilS 740 during the ,month. $160: fees
KINO .41NCoIla Now-".+..... IIDW'319riB 15,695 '12,35012x65 collected. !
KINO sizi'Ms Cola Now-arr wiWgulirty P 9W.fIy399'*MM R.p ;:;- ,
( -"368"wt Hersey was introduced as a

IT'S A FACT KING 740 COILS 24x60 new member of the board to fill
the resignation of Art
YOU DO BETTER R'0.r199' NOW 1419"lhemtsutdrtntttrea 3 Br Bath & V Fully Furnished Great Cathedral Beamed Ceiling Kiefer several months,ago.'

[MiALOIVE .,(Ir" Fully Fumlahed Deluxe Carpet* L. :. .,,,,'f
1 Carpet Throughout! 3 Br 2 Bath
ITr.z '
16 900
_..=-. .
+''' _...,:::tkf :: To Choose From Publ..Ia" 'Thursdayat
1 : .r URNIT'UR Several Other Double Wides Call
EHMIUt 135 W. Street
;: Select IonOf 12's 614' Wides Beginning At 'I
I Large ptarke, Florida; :J2091

v .. ', *5995
Second Class postage paidat
'' Starke Home !\Qtarke Florida8ubaeripti0ll

964-8741 Rates

In trade area $7 per'

Center year $4 six months
434 W. Outside trade area i f 8peryesrt

StarkeFlnritIli J'hone964.5827 1' r AU-.HOMM BUILT TO H U D aplcs M.Milx month

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June IS. 117*)} TELEGRAPH PsgeJASouthtlde

r.;.4 RR Wants Trains To Roll 40 mph ThrdughCify: j '1

at uel'I"JI Interested in trains rolling at 40 council If it uses Us Influence with the Division. Two Amtrack southern stales. council.Thomas# Iluded to the cordial
v s1 / i miles per hour twice the present 20 will approach their attended the meeting, n. "To reopen IIl1eof', relationship petweenj'!the city and the
MPH limit through Starke a six-man manager for funds to help with director of grade olllC.lllIO m communication" with the city railroad that he said goes back 130yearetowhentheorfginalFernandina
coat and tie delegation of railroad the building of an overpass over the from Washington, D.O. n commission," was the answer h I ",- I
officials visited the Starke city council railroad tracks Royce. Amtrak regional.; safety Thomas gave,when he opened the Beach -- Cedar Key railroad which r I'I
% Tuesday night Amtrak official Bruce Gordon'. superintendent In char get*of tt railroad officials': presentation to the pasted througlrStarke.tf :
Railroad officials asked council from Washington, D.C., told the "- .... ... : :
members to use their Influence to: 1)get ) council Amtrack will be unable to '
rt the state Department of Transportation assist with funding for an overpass,, a 1
(DOT) to priority of statement the council reluctantly SHOW DAD HOW TO
Installing automatic signal Ughu at accepted -
',MY JIp the Market Road RR crossing north Theilona-lalked-about: overpass Is : I
Starke,or falling that to 2) use city influence still a problem of the city the council-: ; KEEP COOL WHILE YOU
and traffic records to get DOT men' pointed out City officials wantan .
to allow trains to travel faster than 20 overpass to at least allow emergency ,
MPH in Starke except for the Market vehicles cross the railroad I
Road crossing. track when a train is passing through S SJ k SAVE YOUH I
I RRot/lcialstold the city council it Is town. The lire station and police ( ,
i dangerous for bulky freight trains up departments are both located on the L \
to 200 can long to brake from 40 to 20 west side of the north-south tracks iJ ,
mph when coming into Starke. while the hospital and rescue serviceare '
Braking train weighing/ thousands of located on the east side. : LEHERGYRN
tons puts tremendous pressure on the SCL Jacksonville District SuperIntendent 1
p train s air'system and actually causes J.W Thomas agreed with -
more chance of an accident than the need for an overpass or underpassfor .. L
-== -- !
coasting through town at a faster emergency vehicles. Money to -- '" "
said tiThe ,. build such an overpass continued to be
RR officials also pointed out If the major hurdle in solving the I I I\ "'
trains move faster through Starke the problem, the group agreed. ... ..,; !:.... ",
city crossing will be blocked a shorter Thomas told the council a limited ) .", ,, .,. ....
time, thus partially solving the city's access underpass would not be satisfactory (jssja' -II' II" / I
long-standing problem. especially the low lying sites i' I
Only one of nine Starke railroad the city has been considering. On the & Ii '
graders listen Elementary Intently School M ,BradfordCounty crossing lacks automatic signals the other hand the RR officials agreed & [ 11 I
RR officials repeatedly pointed out with the city that an overpass over a -
Public Library clJrector.Oaa urging the city to point this out to state road will be too expensive, witha H-HFR.H I
Smith and assistant Priscilla Kenney DOT, price estimate of $300,000 floated
as they I kara bow to "Dig In" to the 1
DOT has complete control of trains about Tuesday night.
summer reading program where tracks cross public roads the That gave councilman Vernon Sll-
RR officials repeatedly said. cox a chance to put his pet project of a .1
RR signals are paid for by federal limited access overpass on a city
Library Promotes funds dispensed by DOT.The DOT in- street, such as Jefferson which is not ,..h..lr.wr
stalls 200 crossing signals per year. controlled by the state. RR officials
Summer The railroad provides the labor for said that idea is good and would be a '
Reading the installation. Thereafter the state cheaper. A gate on the overpass couldbe ,__
DOT and the railroad share main- operated with magnetic cards :", '.. 'I llll
tenance costs SO-SO. possessed by ambulance, fire ; ;
Program at SchoolsThere SCL officials promised the city hospital and police personnel one RR ; -. ::1' I .
official pointed out. 'OJ' 'ft, ..I..l "
The steeper the grade and the less ,' ""I I
was a rattling of bones as the I
Clearedof distance the approach wouldbe ; ,
City overpass I' \
Bradford County Public Library, .
the cheaper the project would be I- <
Dan ..... I .
resident dig-in-ologlsts. director wouldhave -. !
It was pointed out. The grade YIWW I I I' I
Smith and assistant Priscilla Kenney Unfair Labor to be low enough so a long firs _:: ,i : I' ? '
toured Southslde, Brooker ElementarySchool Hampton truck wouldn't drag Its undercarriageon raz ,
Law ley and Starke the top of the overpass. Shorter .I
classrooms to.promote the Practice ChargesAn wheelbase vehicles would have no
; '
children's summer reading program.
problem. Silcox said. '
library for .1 .'r' o oi
"DI.ln" at your public Bruce Gordon said the .
summer full of reading, films, puppet unfair labor practices suit filed project should be a joint undertaking overpass
shows, story telling singing,.origami against the City of Starke by the by all Interested parties-the county, i
and much, much more. International Brotherhood of city, railroad.RR .
The two resident dig-in-ologists Electrical Workers (IBEW) local officials contended in answer to
encouraged all the elementary school 1209. dismissed by the General questions from the council that gas c...-- -
children to bone on summer fun Counsel reviewed the
up was by Public leaking from a railroad car containing -
and burrow on down to the public Employees Relations Commission
liquid oxygen was not dangerous.
library and "dig in" to the summer (PERC) and that decision affirmed. .At the time the car was In Starke, WllirlpOOl AIR CONDITIONERS .
reading program. city officials didn't know what kind of
there's The IBEW in October 1977 filed
"Don't you dare complain an
was leaking from the railroad car.
nothing to do this summer, books and unfair labor practice charge allegingthe gas SCL officials at the meeting were offer Energy-Saving Settings
fun are waiting for you at your public city of Starke change the city J.W. Thomas superintendent of the ONLY ,
"dig In" from for multiple-option cooling! 1
Smith. The contributory
library, said pension plan a planto Jacksonville Division; J.D. Tapp, Jr.,
programs will begin at 10 a.m. and a non-contributory plan with respect -
assistant chief engineer J.D.
activities will run from 30 to 43 to non-unit employees only. principal assistant With optional Energy-Saving Settings the
Spangler be set for either continuous fanAdjustable
minutes. may opera2speed
and Crews chief
engineer Spencer f
Tentative "dig In" schedule: June The General Counsel investigatedthe dispatcher for the Jacksonville lion, or positioned for Intermittent opera thermostat
26-All aboard to Egypt Grades 2-6 charge and said there was no evidence tion turning on only when cooling Is I Ir.qulred

must supply own camel slide show. of a discrimatory motivation in according to pre-selected %COf.fqAT! ,qv I D\. Coglrol i! 6.000 BTU/HfT**69 E.C.R.
June 28-faig-in for suspense:.., the city treatment of unit and non-unit' sgtt119 \<\. f
Grades 4-6 movie "In Search 'of.'the .' members! 'and-Issued' a notice'''dl J'" .. ', d' DscovtR, ,' @lhdh.rmosta.Ttalsreduc, ea ip \.. c l.I I{ [o1 i Di J)( >o&a:: t. '" .
,. -
Loch Neal Manat+h'"?June ao-Smokey;"""''Wnl..r--. us set ntlral '.'_ ?- ? "", a .aradrlafntrnaa'tettA'tllds "" r'r" ': I, o1 ercorftrot" I Exlieust j ;:I''W 'Ii. 1fbI'f' F l:\
'the bear In "furs" on preschool. The'IBEW. represented by Gene CHIROPRACTICS:: offers optional Energy-Saving Settings a'-' g
July 3,. Burrow Into rocks and "Hal"Johnson of Gainesville filed an .'wh'Ch' can cut total' unit operating lime, Insta-Mount Installations I

minerals. Grades 3-$. July 5-Dig-In appeal charging the city cannot be If you' are suffering needlessly .. MM compute lln. of.n...'.>..lii( Whirlpool air eandlllantra
games and film "Green eggs and compelled bargain on the subject of then chiropractics, Iron 1,00010 21.3001rUIH; ,.c

ham", preschool July 7-Live pensions and cannot discriminate may help you. Headaches.'
spectacular exhibit of "Earthies", against bargaining unit members. '. disc problem, arm and
Preschool. July 10-Origami, PERC found there was no basis for shoulder, and back conditions -
Grades 2-6. July 12-Surprise! All overturning the decision of the are Just some of the Make Dad And
Grades. July 14-Flannel Board General Counsel affirming a public conditions It has helped, It Happy
Story, Grades K-3. July 17 Grades employer is under no obligation to may be your answer to
for Treasurearrowheads( ). 3- provide the same benefits to bargaining better health. Complimentsof -
6. July 19-Film "Case of the Cosmic unit members as are provided to Dr. R.E. Dopson
Comic", Grades 2July 21- non-unit employees. Chiropractor Starke. Call
Surprise! Preschool-3. July 24-"She Starke was represented by attorney M4-W18. TAKEI L\
sells seashells by the seashore" Jesse WolN-rt. -
limmericks and' shells all grades. ,

July 28-Live music to dig all grades. ,' *
< *
July 28-Puppet show everybody. 'f *
Don't turn up empty-shoveled. Dig- TIE HEAT
in at the public library for fun and
adventure. Clip this schedule so you
won't miss one proaram

.1 OUT

County Enforces J. I OF :b. M

Weight Limits"We ....'J.i' .
.; -, .; TliE t
11ITCliE !

can't have two sets of rules and ,
give DuPont special privileges," said ; r CelebratesIts
Commissioner Dave Shuford,
summing up why the county can't Fifth BirthdayBy
allow heavy DuPont trucks to exceed Get an Embermatl ,
the 50,000pound weight limit on SR. '" ',
Its .
200A. the old Lawtey Road. Having Gasgrlll by Arkla *

The County Commission took no Uses natural or economical "4441 4t4e e '
action Monday. June 5, on a request Annual Needlework
bottled LP Lets bake
from DuPont representative Jewett gas. you grill,
Dan Fogg to allow DuPont trucks to O Show try, rotisse. all outdoors, In'any
travel three-tenths miles. on Old \
Lawtey Road to scales at Tatum'sSawmdl. .weather.
Old Lawtey Road IB'now a June 15 18 ,
county road with a'.'50,000 >. pound it "

weight limit. Entries: Catie? Viewed .,. Z..k It ..,', .

Fogg said about 40' DuPont truck From Arkla, the company

loads the additional a month have costs to of be going weighed 50 miles and During The Regular M ." .JJcjt.Sf": [ ( :

out of the way are passed on to the Shop Hours that Invented thfr fiff* grill. ,%l .', *'
customer. He asked that all trucks be t't
allowed to travel to the sawmill and i >i :

back out.Shuford. Friday ',s ttJrday Only '' ',
said' the ''Situation1- was '.1 ,
brought about when the roads, were .
turned back to the'county >and it T : >
became necessary to enforce limlta- (. 1 -. 4 PM. Sunday, f5
lions to keep the roads' from being '" $99
torn up. We Promise You An Unforgetable
In related discussion Sheriff Dolph ,
Reddish told the board he had set up Experience. When You "'The Beauty
weight scales with part-time help and I.
found voluntary compliance with theposted Originality' Of HondmOdVWork On!

weight limits in the county. Display ,' ., ,, ,
real )1IU
Reddish said the overview was
good but his office would continue to Each An Heirloom: OfU4'
make spot cheflci: \ rloumads in '6 '

the The county.sheriff also suggested' '.. -1'thtf'board Tomorrow., _, <;"; r< : Sa \ y er SI a: deAppliance

consider his office Vehicles ,county :J'M. ".I' 1 l ;
barn to gas patrol during
normal working hours And purchase '
with credit cards after those hours. .
Reddish said the state auditor had '.' ; Center r
criticized the credit'card UJ'Cflases. '.
Shuford questioned 'Whether' the .. ,
auditor was correct and a savings c.. > ;far! .: :v; :- : \
would be made. Reddish.said he was : 151 7 Bessenf Road
opposed to fuel tanks at the county B-S
tail "I am not going to put my JailersIn Starke, Florida 964-6300 964.5149 332 W.MADISON Open Mon-Fri ,
the gas pumping business,'* he Sat B"i;

added. ,


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TELEGRAPII Juae5I418I' BIan ding Still Plays Important Role I :


,, Nation's Col. *
: .' \' In Defense BellSays
I ) ,
I"" !1E! IM"I '-- \I., .

;' Camp Blanding was plclur' '.s a Additional Improvement, now In ?, p.l ,;>a, ,is
I jnulU-rnllllon dollar operawith\! the planning stage, l include a new +'

F Has Tax Revolt9Finally growing importance in 'don'l armory, In which medical and ,I Iw'm
defense by Col. William.Bell, engineering detachments will be
director of maintenances 'the housed; a new warehouse, to replaceone
Arrived? Florida Army National Guard (Jn burned last year, and a new
; 'W talk ar the Starke RoUry'Club"U t communications system to update the
'"" week. 'd present World war. II system A <

; The number of man-hours in $300,000) system renovation has f;. x,119
:' trouble getting the legislature to spent been to take of ,+
I California voters have said training increasing each Col. completed care present 1v !Y7 iria
I "enough is enough and thereare agree. Public employee groups Bell said, predicting that Oils year trend, and future needs, Co), Bell said

probably few Americans who have gone to court in an effort to will continue in the Immediate future Road Improvement are a continuing L i ? n

will not openly or secretly overturn the amendment but in Payrolls at the Camp this pear" will process! by National Guard r5

sympathise;'w1th them in their spite of these tactics it is likely be around M million,the speaker said engineer units and J.' miles of black

revolt Against taxes that in someinstances' that government programs will with approximately $2 million going top resurfacing was completed duringthe Art ,
(in the Los Angelesarea be cut and workers laid off, training personnel, andanother the 209th Engineer summer Co.encampment, of Live Oak.by ,

) have increased 1,000 per possibly by thousands as early as He million eetlmated to that full 98 timeemployees. assisted by the 253th Dump Truck: unit 1'ir'Q'w.illd dyf-w' !

cent over the past two years.In next month. or this money is spent In Starke percent from St. Augustine. 1

benefiting every phase of the local "There's something going on at ,
their almost two to one On the other hand, some economy. Camp Standing every weekend .,

endorsement of the so-called economists are arguing that The Florida Armory Board Which during; the year" Col. Bell said,

Proposition 13 tax rollback, Cali- Proposition 13 by lowering owns and operates the Camp receives pointing out that components of the ",ry N n1J' or (
Marine, Navy and Army
taxes, will actually 1279,000 annually on its Umber reserves
fornians have set a precedentthat property contract the ROTC, and some regular Navy
similar spark a building and renovation and $260,000 on Its mining con ,
may ignite taxpayer Air' Force,and Marine units make use ,"
revolts in other areas of the boom that will widen the tract Bell said.with the duPont Company, Col. of the camp facilities at intervals nerd van .ei t tt

nation. Indeed, tax limitation property tax base, and offset any during the year It is also used by FBI ai iwtauir o I tI t

efforts are already under way In direct revenue loss. In so doing it A$6.2 million new construction' program and Police Academies said for special Early Day* ,bl u
was recently completed, training speaker
25 other states and Congress. may stimulate' personal and providing vb f
Petitions to get the issue on the business income enough to offset maintain! facilities 5,000 troop with in a capacity quarters at to "Camp Blanding Is an excellent Member of the Slarke National Guard unit it ircsMhemviilve* at the Iisler] gg I
site CoT Bell said "and tug when stationed at Camp Blinding Iq the earjl days> 9!yVorld War. IL
ballot are already being cit.culated the lower tax rate, some the 72.000 acre reservation, the training .
in Nebraska Colorado, economists believe but only speaker said. Prior to this expansionthe offers advantages that cannot be q "1 + r+ i 9d I
found In other It is fit for I
camp's was abou 3,200 any
average camps '
time will tell whether
they are
Michigan New Hampshire, troops at any one time. facet of operation said. td t
Connecticut Massachusetts, right or not. 1.>11 ul I
11 I Weekend training during 1977 to ,
Pennsylvania and Arizona. Hotspots + "
where similar action couldbe It is obvious that today's mood totaled 42,000 man-days, with an Increase 44': Iti ,I

surfacing Include Utah, across the nation (is that all County Agent's a to 25 65,000 per cent in 1978.Increase Col. Bell in man predicted 4 dl tV rI

Washington, Maine South governments, local state, and days for weekend training next year. r' rn I
I Dakota Illinois, Hawaii Texas national, are spending too much; fJ r Notebook"

Georgia, and Florida. taxes are too high and, as a Annual training totaled 81.000 man- ",
result, galloping inflation is ByBobby days in 1977 and 90,000 In 1978 with a
33 per cent Increase predicted for
The plan approved in eroding the American dream TaylorPhone 1979, I

California would radically reduce the right of every family to own a '{1 yn, 7 red II'II I

property taxes to one per cent of home and have a reasonable :9M-4280 Eate'onZOt' ; Col. Bell said that 50,000 acres of the '
standard of Homes already reservation are available for hunters I'I
the 1975 market value, and place living. are .and fishermen In the I
game management -
severe restrictions on any future priced out of the reach of a ; area but warned that caution "

legislative attempts to reassess large segment/ : of our population One of the strong points of a U-pick- should be used In driving or walking
real estate holdings or impose especially young couples just it vegetable operation Is to enable the through remote areas because of the Ir II
consumer to get fresh quality "
further tax hikes.California's getting a start toward family danger from "duds.
vegetables for the table freezer or .w. .+jt" y ,
living. for canning. The price for these "(;amp Blanding Is making a major'
action is vegetables are usually In favor of the contribution to our National

understandably alarming to state There are many unanswered buyer also. Defense" Col. Bell said, pointing out -s- s

and local officials school administrators questions about Proposition'138 that reserves now constitute 30 per +1 ; i. ':'+ .. lf.' 9f/ r
This freshness and quality can also
cent of the nation's total,troop force.FORESTRY "
and others. Its effects on the California be obtained at farmers retail marketsand
I ';Ii4 i++ tee II
impact on municipalities that derive economy. Parts of it may even be market gardens If the grower will
I most of their income from declared unconstitutional by the take a few extra precautions to
could courts. But California votersweren't maintain freshness of their produce Civilians help hunt fur'duds'J! unexploded live ammunition, in a cleanup"effort ; !.t'.M n
taxes create
property at a Camp Standing firing range after World War II.
havoc with police and fire protec- interested in these details Roadside market and market y .Ma r

tion and curtail other services. They were interested onlyIn gardens often operate without a InBradford r

But in spite of these risks, the sending an unmistakable suitable refrigeration unit to maintain Co.

California vote went to the heart message to their elected officials. freshness of vegetables. The Moving House 6 Miles ':--. Ii03d r
questions "What can be done under
of the public's frustration with There is no question but that those 3dfl
conditions" has been asked on By Hank Cochran .
government. Voters did not they succeeded in that effort. several occasions: in the recent l"past. ;

necessarily say they want the Refrigeration, of course. Is the, best Becomes 4-Day'Ordeal. T
government to do less (althoughit As one state politician said insurance for this purpos ,'-Even!: I'f '

is obvious that it must) they "Proposition 13 is like the two by without it there are a number' ofA.llmple a II
but effective pracliMKfJJld nemember"That! 9uU! 8
the four you're supposed to use to hita : rv'
were simply telling ,aid help maintain hn_ for short >9-
f government to make do with less. mule with in order to get its at periods of time. So you are driving down the road + N. NAIA s>
tention." And undoubtedly the with a cigarette fixed between your A a IIJI

To help meet the immediate mule got the message.the Simplest of these practices Is to .two fingers. It's the last draw. You let
delay harvest as much 'al possible go of the steering wheel to reach I I
crisis, starting July 1, Gov. consistent with schedules for sale or across your face to propel the butt out I lit Iii/ t"IW
Edmund Brown has suggested long talked-about revolt of delivery. The less the time between the window. v

using a $5 billion state surplus U.S. Taxpayers is apparently harvest and the consumer's STOP I -..,,. i j" des II
accumulated in the last few yearsto coming to a head, and in the California refrigerator,the less the loss of freshness 1, fJ ti
in vegetables. During harvest Suppose you continue this story to
voting the "silent '
make of
next year'sshortfall
up the end.
and all vegetablesout
preparation keep
I '
found its voice. 'na I''
majority" finally
but he have
might of the sun or drying winds. In If a' law. enforcement officer was
addition, handle vegetables as carefully H'k'r
following behind you he could chargeyou i lob r
as possible at all times to avoid with a misdemeanor of the second ,, >tee rn'l '
Injury. Vegetables are sometimes degree. This means the person who I lt
Deterrence TheoryIs subjected to severe injury rot easily flicks that butt could be imprisoned '.m r
from invasion of microorganisinw.;
for 60 days and-or a fine to
pay up .
deteriorate from Increased
I They rapidly
activity in the life.processes.To tsoo. ,
QuestionedThe rl Why? Because throwing a cigaretteor 7x4 ifLR1 .:

reduce the Incidence of rot from cigar onto a public street or highway sa
certain microorganisms chlorine can is against the law. The smoke i
Soviet Union's new super-, Soviet Union's rapidly improving be used In the wash water. It is available doesn't even have to be lit to be ""a "

accurate missiles, developed anti-submarine forces," Flight as the common "liquid chlorinebleaches" illegal!

faster than expected, have declares, and also claims that in cent chlorine.usually Simply containing add one&.25 and per: The 1971 Florida Litter Law as i'J 3'W "
blasted holes in the Western submarine-launched missiles, not one-half pints of one of the chlorine amended by the 1977 Legislature provides .M r

concept of nuclear deterrence, only does the latest Soviet SSN8 bleaches to 100 gallons of water. If the, that no trash refuse, paper, ( J
according to the authoritative rocket outperform the latest water la to be used for more than one lighted or unlighted tobacco product 1:1: (
hour or 10, add 4 or S tablespoonfuls I can be tossed on any public or private ?, ? e t7 .' r
British magazine, American Trident in but it M
aerospace range more to replace chlorine lost to the air I land or thoroughfare. neecarAlayorCaukyPonrr4eraProbeats [
"might"The is already as accurate as by volatilization. Do not use wash: ,
America's land-based water from one day to the next.' This law wasn't enacted to make ?
t West has long put its faithin Minuteman.U.S. Discard it and mix up a fresh batch your life more complex. It's Just { ';/ ;N ;

deterrence .the belief that each time. Chlorine can be used on another way to ensure Florida will )J, ';0 l
enough of its rockets would intelligence officials said most vegetables with the exception of' ;stay beautiful, green and unburned. Warren Cauley, mayor of, ;.a lot facing Geiger Road Just inside'; I
Mlcanopy. thought he had troubles the east' limits.
lettuce which will not tolerate it. city The- house-iU t
survive an initial attack to inflict earlier this month that a new So the next time you decide to toss enough In his official capacity'and Tormerly owned by Il L.
There are no harmful residues from': Bradley(! wHir 11 F
unacceptable damage to an ag long-range missile, now deployedby use of chlorine. It evaporates rapidly' 'your smoke out the window, change then he'' got into the house-moving be remodeled and used as a residence', ,--iJ 1
greaser but now the Soviet the Soviets, is bigger and leaving little, if any, residue or odorJL' your mind and place it in your ashtray business';' and his troubles really by Larry Oglesby. M, .H J
Union according to "Flight." has more accurate than the SSN8, 'W began. The trip from Lawtey' started.I"cf"!. I

tested (three to five years earlier and any previous submarine- Finally, Iresh vegetables should bej It from a possible For Instance,; last week Cauley' Friday, a distance: of about six miles.last( confrontation ,
than expected) rockets that could launched nuclear weapon aimedat stored and displayed in a cool place;,j with a stern-faced contracted to move a one-story house but U.as,, ,Tuesday. Afternoon before!;' J
from Starke and
J Lawtey,to place it onJoLittle' 95 f
In the should not be officer. '
never sun. They the was Uie site.
destroy at least three-quarters ofAmerica's the U.S. OQWS\ on The last, ,?
permitted to dry out. If this happens,'?) three;. Viwefe spent, negotiating thq''
intercontinental Last smokers alone started hI f
either the vegetables the. year
sprinkle or
\ missiles in their silos. The new Russian missile has floors and walls of the store room with t i i. over 1300 forest fires which burned ; \, Grdf nuartec'jttTIqbf i on: d graded' eig road Road.between.Caule?,: *, (
been test-fired with multiple water to Increase relative humidity) 14,883 acres In Florida. This means 1 and 'crew >,?
the time j
out of 7 forest fires. in Here spent ,worklnKaroupd //,:'. ] -
certain occurring Campaigns
The latest Soviet missiles are warheads over a 4,700-mile range The leafy vegetables and two.nine\!! treei that a '
said to be accurate to within 180 and traveled up to 5,750 miles others like okra and peppers benefit Florida were due to tossing that butt. owner',; .! '(\' !: let be remove) ,
yards at the end of an 8,000-mile with a single warhead, these immensely sprinkling.from As the Intermittent moisture mistingor film on EDITORIAL PAGECORRECTION For$ec State' diRginaJot: road beverelstpmps.leftalong'l \ ''Ofj i
side the when other
flight twice the accuracy officials said. This means it could trees wereii, ,
the vegetables evaporates, they are
needed to be certain of strike U.S. targets from sub- cooled by a process Known. An error was made in writing a 'Joe Little former Gainesville' S'iJ ditcH y"M JP'g'\f bW'l pulling 'out nnf/
destroying an American rocket marines stationed relatively closeto as"evaporaUve, cooling." headline In our letters column last mayor-commissioner, and assistant bA'Olkl f 1" "n0 1
the week. The headline read: "Hampton professor of law at the.University of Ttlt4t'tikf;' { !' a
silo, magazine said. Soviet home V T i tiiv iiiici av iimi iF/llll ;
ports. The.ugge.Uonl.lven here will go a Mayor Expresses His ViewIt Florida was in Starke last week In the Geiger, Road ttie1 1 rriUise had to> M+ "1*

The shocking statement is long way in helpingto| maintain freshness -. should have read "Hampton Council Interest of the his" candidacy. for turned .rt>unff' oil''!the narrow grade '
We cannot vouch for the of State. t
of vegetables where ., Chairman Expresses His View Secretary beforfe'l>taclpglin1site.i In the O
refrigera- process
made by"night"that 15 per cent accuracy of the British don Is not available. In fact most of' since the 'letter was written and A native of Asheviltav N.C.h has the rig bogged down In front;.of,th.I" (
of the Soviet arsenal of rockets magazine's information.' It cited the practices also should be used even' signed by Ted Curtis, chairman of the resided In Gainesville' sine 1967, R.LLee; Jr. residence?and the hou t
would than 75 Hampton City Council. Our apologiesto where he has been active in environ- had tot >"' '' :u
destroy more per.cent what it said were "congressional by operators who are fortunate cftedt ip. iefore'Fnovifl! ': i
both: Mayor Wm. H Summer and mental w-oupIncluding; Audubon .I ';) ( "'J
of their American counter- enough to have again. ...
studiesfor its figures on UJS Chairman Ted Curtis. Society and Florida Defenders in the iI1 men) "1\1\ :. ,. : ,tv '
parts, while U all 4.285 warheadsthe for .a". Environment.- He ; f
: 1vr
missiles, but gave no sources served as ,an x .
Americans plan to have by officer in ,the U.S.1\ Navy, for ,ten pOUeQaofrj, .ttal! 01 10""" t
its account of Soviet capabilities. times %
put 1 J) broke, .'
i a>
1980 were fired at the 1,300 afq4 I'j j .RADFOJ o years. ha sand
Russian silos, they would destroy Whether entirely' accurate or COLfmiti'NC" In discussing his platform. LituV the 'J lir rlblna. ;tJ I
O 1879. : TyQ 'said he favored strong measures'to, f. "t Jt aye 1'" did !
only 200 of,.them. notr however there is enough A f ..... Improve the primary and secondary i .. .?1'1'/' ."tlt nerif! ->!j' .TKt;\ I
information in the article to cause' s education received In Florida schools: "The UtaxkbkTnayor to peaceful and' 'I I
:i "Similarly the U.s. -seaborne Americans' to ,' feel less smug "f f to correct deficiencies Indicated by quteijtaitmnired: W thj.,". work \>' :)/f r
ballistic-missile force If increasingly about our supposed capability to ct 'If' the unsatisfactory performance ton wr" wax in cdmtructlor* In th6.'Iri< I
at risk the the 11th /grade tests on basic skills Virgin*. .Islands*,iefdw coming to'J.
put by .deter an 'all-out Russian attack. ati BOB GC FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER ,"I believe In home',,rulear" Little ..Micanopy'it-.w. w; j>tvtti.. I
i&. I said;: "and am convinced! that,moet ''Cli.U.'I'1 tt!" "n, 11.n! J
a '\\P II ""' ; ..aN ', governmental decisions and functions,, Rlflll q1J1'! >, b.''S I

: Published each Thursday and entered as second Class. Matter" should be in the hands, of elected 't'. .'....,.4) n. I

at the Post Office at Starke fla/uruter Act of March 3, 81g.. officials moat accessible and responsive ,;::-"r '). .
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we.dM e' } rt a to the people."... :d"... ,!;.;7'1 =--= 0:>> .'i
Subscription rate In trade area J7'per yean *4 six months. Little hopes to Visit this are again 1eJO:! f'J
'during the present,campaign[ and is tY'jiM' IOn
Outside trade arc*: 'a"Per 4.* SIX tfonths.. i'
yean. '
challenging ether.*candidates'for' May J6: 1866 a five cent -o* 1 nq
The first marriage performed In the American colonies It believed to have Phone 004-0305 b*; Stark. Florida' Secretary'' of Stateto; meet him;-in, coin first appeared in Arne,,,, 1.10 ,
taken place between 1 Ann. JSurro and ;John. Layrfon ,,In Virginia in 1600. ,debate of the1' Issues! 7. M. It WM known as ."nk.keFPrge4A
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__ June$, 178 TELEGRAPH PugelU/ .

BUS Grade ChallengeclTo b ,J DCT Credit Quilting .

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Dedication To Excellence Jqjb, Is QuticndByJdA.-.y A 6> ,j I)

38S former Bradford High seniors Brown quoted Thomas Edison to *' '
are now through with high School forever emphasize his point. "Show me a fully Discussion about Bradford High not boon used for five years (tasking .J A,;. ,
after Friday night's graduation satisfied man, and Ill show you a School DCT program' under the then _liked why. after he became involved 1..1'I1. >i1'l'', ,' ,
which uw the largest class in BUS failure." direction of, Bill Costello postponedfor were contracts sent out.
fetory Pick up dJpTam oa Bradford Co-Valedlctorlans Michelle Gullion i several months, was finally aired Costello said in the 21 years of 1 if! ., rt'I
FIeld. and Carolyn Holler then gave the at a special meeting Wednesday June teaching this was the first time there.. I
Commencement exercise began at farewell addresses with both girls 4 7, bad io> I/ t \
'Ipm.with the seniors stressing the Importance of parents Board member Arthur Gatikins program hSCiuudeaxtudents.an4l o $f' '. e ,
the field as the BUS marcllleonto and teachers In shaping the seniors' .a questioned why Costello did not knowa feathers. Pomp and lives. 4 student had been receiving credit Francis said the i,
Class President Kevin Ne] served as Miss Gulilon closed her farewell F for working at a fast-food restaurant a student while he'fin lnklnVera's"job '
the Master of Ceremonies address by urging the seniors to stick ,r, ,through April when' the student had so he would not 6m#any crude, \,'was" ,
Aft the National Anthem sung by together and set their goals high.., t.' quit in ,,October. Gaskins said he the policy In force jwfpra $.,bwamu
Carol Milner, and the Pledge to the Superintendent Thomas L. Casey .L 1 talked with Costello earlier for about principal. *%., ,
Wag. Rev Charles R Swart of Jr. then presented symbolic diplomas 30 minutes, but the Instructor was not Curing the dlscusitlon board 'l''
Madison St. Baptist Church gave the to the ZBS patient seniors. Tassles Carol Milner tings the national. anthem while Co-Valedictorian Carolyn sure about' where the boy was member Pat Spongier"ased''the! -' I J .
Invocation were flipped, and the seniors were out \\ Roller and Michelle Gullllon. Mauler of Ceremonies Kevin Neel. ,and working 'aGunkfnstsaid, board to adhere to Ita' own policy'of ,, II".J '
Salutatorian Linda Richardson, of their high school era for good. \Salutatorlan Linda Richardson stand behind. he made a follow-up having jhe superintendent Inventtgatc" .' J ".
who earned the honor by accumu Actual diplomas were picked up after visit with BUS principal 1 Charles and report| back( .lo the board= lIh 1 .
lating 3.7 grade point average her the ceremony. Francis who accompani".COIItelio to' orally or In writing. I
high school career. the welcome Parties followed the two hour City Traffic To Be the meeting. Krancis confirmed the 7 u
address emphasizing the positive graduation ceremony and the seniors Signals student received grade credit for "I have orrorof'hauling people in
effect OIboth parents and teachers on bad celebration on their minds at working since October. Gaskins also the system up here..We are in error" N I", "1
the graduating seniors. .least for a night. pointed out two other students had not said !Mrs; Spender., j
Miss Richardson expressed thanks Renewed By DOT"f' !been on the job but received credit Board members (did jnot he ltate 't. N/;
to all the teachers at BHS who had for the course. over the request an<'lc6ntlniifl, the. -", '
shown such patience understanding Bid Opening ., "How do you have a kid In the dltcu88lon. \- 't r 'f : ,-,'
and wisdom. She added that the The State Department of Transportation part of an outgoing project the DOT program and don't know where he is "If it tradition that. a student loses '
teachers had become more than lust (DOT) hasawarded a con- undertakes all over the State His! for six months" asked Gaskins.CiMtello his job and we doo't-e.tn-Ihlm out of r ''ll 'i'
teachers to the seniors, they, had tract to Jacksonville firm to Install District Office in Lake City periodically responded he had told the program then we should Change '\ ,: ,
become close friends. On: Cafeteria new traffic lights on US-301In Starke. chl'Cksllgnals In the area and Gaskins during their meeting that the policy." suggeslgui board mernbVr, \, 0 '
updates them to meet State records had been stolen and he would "" *
welcome address also Included Signal Engineering ,of Florida a specifics-! Vernon Parmenler ..
deep appreciation for what all the Jacksonville based company will In- tions. take full' responsibility, Costello said "The board' didn't wdM'a witch-*" I
parents had done In the seniors' lives. stall replacement signals at the Intersections "Those signals have been there a he had also had personal illness In his hunt but we are concerned. I agree \
"Our parents have shared their PostponedBid of US-301 and Pratt Street, long time" Littlefield said "They're family at that same time. lie said the wo should have gone,,through proper ''I' '.. I., lu e ,
beliefs views, and outlooks with ut, and US-301 and Madison Street SR-<<< just mechanical units and they wear boy mentioned he hod quit the job be- channels: Parmenter added .:\ f" ?' ,
and although some of our ideas may 100). A, new light system will be In out.This project will update the lights cause he had to work until 1:30a.m. Costello suggested a better way j") ,
be reshaped as our life goes on. they Bid opening for remodeling the stalled at the 301-Washington Street and put In a hew trip system to control and hud since taken a job with his keep up with the students would bejv"if I'
have given us one thing that will not High School cafeteria set for crossover. the signals. Part of the reason for brother who was Keif-employed. lie the board returned a policy"of\1.\ '
change, our Inner self-character," ,Wednesday June 7, was postponed renewals is to make the lights meet said the parents of (he other boys demanded paying milage to visit the businesses' : .yes '' t, '
Miss Richardson added. until the regular meeting June 19. Starke Police Chief Jimmy Bowen new safety, Itand rdl." t.Jst they quit due to bad work and homes of the student. \
Miss Richardson closed by honoring ,told the City Council Tuesday June 6, Signal Engineering's $89,263 bldfor'; conditions. Chairman J.T. I'arrUh asked for a :
the parents for "bringing us U this Architect" Craig Salley told the that he asked the DOT to add installation the project was approved April 26.: Costello and Francis Maid the policy recommendation to lx brought back
time in our lives." board at the special meeting of left-hand turning arrows where The company has 91 days from that of formal contracts for students has to the hoard ;*
The BUS Pop Ensemble followed Wednesday the state Department of US-301 Intersects with Madison Street date to start work on the project and .....
with their rendition of the class song Education had not reviewed the and Brownlee <( "The Way We Were." drawings and the bids could not be aren't in the approved contract complete the signal improvements. Board Gives Go-Ahead ForWork .I ; ::1
Rev. warts then gave a short opened until the specifications had Bowen said a DOT official: promisedto Another new traffic light will be I
inspirational message challenging been officially approved by the state. try to get the turning signal additions erected onSR-100 (Madison Street) at '\ '
the seniors to strive for the proper approved. Its Intersection with Orange Street. On Drainage Starke Elementary-- \1 1
attitudes toward self,others and God. The 9146,119 remodeling;, the cost DOT District Traffic Operations Bids on that signal will be let in i'' ',I .
"If you're crossing a 'board that Is estimated by Salley who hopes he is Engineer, Doug Littlefield said the September, It was disclosed at the Hoping to relieve flooding at Starke campus; little or no slope on cum'ino >> Yl'
laying on the ground, you're only high for bidding purposes, will give signal Improvements In Starke are June 9 county commission meeting. Elementary School, Bradford County where for water to run ole ;
worried about crossing but if the BHS about the same as a new' school board members Wednesday.June and no large ditch to remove!). .i
board Is spanning a deep ditch, you cafeteria except for the roof. The 7. gave the go ahead with a water llunnicut proposed to rut a .i: 1
begin to worry about falling. You $146.000 cost figure !Is up $3,426 from Summer Remediation Program proposal to eliminate the problem. ditch between the w ings, clean out '1 1In
must not look down at the ditch below the $143,893 the board was given to Director of operations Lennard existing' ditches, ,, and. possibly' ..", <
you when choosing your direction: In work with in April. The cafeteria now Register asked for the drainage to be a concrete gutter lie told the board _
life," Rev. SwarU added. about 25 years old will be tumed Intoa Offered At BMSA declared an emergency Item so the these measures should help but I It was..j.ICn': ,
Principal Charles E. Francis presented fast food operation to attract more work could begin Immediately after no guarantee. 'i':: ,1?'7:, iI i;'
the awards and scholarships students. school! closing
next mentioning first that this year five-week summer program for and Middle School students who are Jim llurmicut explained to the No price for the work seas dill' I
was one of the ,quietest,. smoothest The board also authorized Salley to students who have been retained will not being retained may be offered as hoard three problem areas on the cussed. -
school closings in a long time. begin work on a feasibility plan for be held at each elementary school In space and funds will allow. Parents .,-, i.,
Awards were given first to Co- remodeling Bradford Middle School to the county and at Bradford Middle should contact their child's school if Recycling Unit To Visit' .Shopping Center 1 Kuril: TtieOSTAUKKln ;
Valedictorians build walls to classrooms. I I
Carolyn Roller and separate School beginning Monday July 10 they are interested and ask that the ,
Michelle Gullion, both with 3.9 grade The board decided In May to go ahead and ending Friday, August 11. student's name be put on a waiting list "\ f..e I
point averages and Salutatorian with plans to wall off the middle for this program. : the first quarter of TC.4Y Store. U.S. :ail :South; 111:1:!? So. >>'I I
Linda Richardson. school and abandon the open classroom The hours for students will be 8:30-: ----" ..r: ,.. --. 1978 nationwide collections of Walnut St.) every Tuesday trom.ittn;:! i ,
The D.A.R. Citizenship Award concept.In 11:30: a.m. Transportation or lunch ti aluminum by Reynolds Aluminum a.m. to It pm.
followed with Kathy Taylor the M Recycling amounted .. '
will not be provided. saes ( Company to '
recipient. The American Legion then other business, the board: 10o,roe c more than 30 million pounds, for / ,

bestowed Its highest award on Chuck -Unanimously approved a list of Teachers will work with small ---.' ..,...-.--- r- ,:.rZr1i. which consumer rccyclers receivedover FLORIDA :
Register and Nova Jayne Flynn. non-instructional personnel submitted groups of not more than 15 students. $$ million.
The "I Dare You" Awards went to by superintendent Tom Casey..Casey Individual programs In reading and- The'call of the South American In June Reynolds mobile THEATRECall
Kenny Rodrigue and Shan Edwards said the jobs remained the same as or math will be planned for students ,bullblrd sounds like a aluminum recycling unit will be in
along with a challenge to aspire nobly: last.year.! based on skills needing mastery, cow,| moo. jtarke at Bradford\ Square, (front: of. & Walnut J
and serve oM 't,"l LI.'* J>f"' .., 'Jli *" '. ':Starke 964-5451 .
e4 Inm1bIYI..1X.i ar$"t tosr t tff' ( altq1 a"fl "
1rt' afO". '; .. : ; "
't't "rbi.
av schoS1 Bus to'transport 17 students to r end of the 3-week summer session is : W ., ." +r Jt frf f'IIfSCS.yIMMAMiA t'fe
standing achievement In the field of Special Olympics in Tampa not automatic but will be based on ,'
science. tests given at the end of the program. '" Food & Seat John Travolta sIn I
Santa Fe Community College -Postponed action.untlf June 19 on ,
Endowment Corporation Representative a request by the Senior Citizens to use Parents whose children are being I I
Mac Baldwin announced the a school bus for a trip to Green Cove retained are encouraged to enroll Open. U.S. 301 S. a
winners of the Henry H. Beck scholarship Springs. School board attorney Jesse them in the summer remediation 7 A.M.* 12 P.M. & Walnut St

Jonl Runnells and Bonnie wolbert said he would research program.Enrichment. '
Culverson. The Scholarship Is based signed this session per classes in languagearts SUNBEAM IOr.-8t1..R. But
on leadership positive citizenship muting use by senior groups.. and mathematics for Elementary BREAD Mo/j0011?? r Pack '*" D'i
and scholastic ability. ..1 I 12 Oz. Cans
Henry H. Beck willed 200-thousand Unanimously approved a summer TRAVIt}I ADVENTURE Loaves 79 3 QK PI.. Tex I Case Of 24 1391
dollars to SFCC and 10 scholarshipsare school program. Casey said a survey EDUCATION \ Plus Tax
awarded In Bradford and Alachua showed about 200 students would be i
Counties each from Interest :See Chief Kelly US Now Recruiting BORDEN'S BRANDS BEER
year Interested In attending. 159 students 9 ,_,
money. had failed regular school work and Station Starke M ILKael' Case ,
wanted to attend the Monday 1U AM. TII 2 P.M. 2S $100
lummerprolJ'am Over Cost I
Cindy Canova then received the .
with the possibility of being Bradford Square 2/10 3- 12 j j '
music scholarship to Santa Fe.
Jimmy Supelll Supelll a former student at promoted to the next grade, said 301 DRIVE IN
Casey. He said the cost for theprolJ'am
Santa Fe was killed In a car accidentin
301 South.
would be$25 000.$30.000 and "
1972, and his parents, set up the the earning capacity from FTE wouldbe D'voo Starke 9647484 4'4 1 I I
scholarship In his name. -------------- -
The Santa Fe Board of Trustees around 14000. ff E oo w ,'.' .

Scholarships were McFadden presented to for Kathy academic by Taylor Mr.excellence Bernie Shan ffNew D oo O 1TOO t.

Edwards and Kenny Rodrigue. The 'Y
choices for the scholarships are basedon Mens
SAT grade Stock ..
scores point averages ..
and personal Interviews. Authentic Western "

Performing Arts Scholarships were Men's Dee Cee Shirts .'
also awarded by Santa Fe. going to I '
Kevin Neel in Music and Michelle Polyester Slacks .w
Gullion in Drama. $ 175 PLUS. "'
Francis also announced that the Beltless And Beltloop/ Styles/ ; 8
University of Florida had awarded a -; '

gu anwn-aid to Tornado linebacker $900 2For$1700 i 'THE

Lawrence Patrick. Coach David ISLAND
Hurse has said that the Gators may r I t" Men's Long Sleeve
try Patrick out at defensive back. fMens DR.
Bobby Smith was recipient of the Ask OF
Ronnie Allen Memorial Award given Print Leisure Shirts MOREAUSun.Mon.tues.

each award includes parentsof a thousand Allen dollar"The Charley Jogging Shorts $325 \ \

scholarship to the school of Smith's 'I i $725 $ Q75Men's
choice.It is given to the winner of the .; :

sportsmanship trophy. oa the ,,. WJ.. E. 1' ; .
- SpecialMen's ,
football squad. j "
Francis closed the' awards. and Now t \ scholarships presentations by asking JolmaAbout'l' ; ,' ,
the seniors to "come by and visit : $600
when you're In town." Knit Slacks'/ TankTops $275Was

University of Florida' 'Student l Question: '7*. I'
Government President Terry Brown. ___ I :
of the featured ;
a graduate BUS was I j
speaker after the awards. Tfce rapid Increase in Short Sleeve Pullovers / Men's ,
Brown compared the seniors of rebbery and theft ,Aga I''"
today with the "anti-Vietnam' students makes me worriedabort ; Short Sleeve .
01 the eo'.. and $475q $825 JI
"You should take the, energy and my stamp LL. : ,
moral convictions of the students of cote eoflactbrn. My I j Shirts $575 >I
this era. but you should separate the lfs IWMI' Policy New Stock -
violence and fanaticism from the decent begin to cover1' eu '* v y '+
energy, and the rightousness and .Intolerance the, "...... Can the -. Store J. ,
Jeans Hours
from the moral conviction. '
Ckarley E. John.Aeaey .
Brown added 'Older' students oat d s r rr;
the university complain that younger supply's risk' ,
students today are more apathetic sssiiianrs to cover the $000LA ItrLtsiiI r 3.
and matertatllistic than they were but Ml value erf these rare) 1 N r .
I've always been suspicious of stamps aid CIOIaarCharley
nostalgia. I believe that you students i ;
have a dedication to excellence." HE BUTLER V ,- ,I"'rrasssaro
"The challenges that come as a result '
of the advanced age we live In E. '
must be met through great creativity. APPAREL ; .
good judgement: carefully plannedactions I
and a trust id. God, JOHNS AGENCY Now Open 'Five.' Days At; ; ," ::1 I ,l
according to Brown.

He added that the BBS seniors and 131 S. WALNUT ST. The FJorWa_ Theatre301Drive ,, ... .. l lit ) "
other younger: men and women himself 11
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Included, are the hope for ,PHONE 964-5070: In. 'l''
tomorrow, and "we must live up toour .{,.
potentiaL" ..

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I EtiTORiALSF Blanding Still Plays Important Role J .

amasauaiBfasasasm j ,. fn Nation's Defense Col. BellSays '
.. BnnBBBnBBBBBBBBnBBnHiKwHas'TaxRevolt9 I atmaasisuaa ,


Camp Blanding opera Irjd as a Additional. Improvements, now in b ,' inp.t t" toW
multi-million dollar with the planning stage, l Include: a new 'r'ep' 'nn ,y a t r0al
rowing Importance in (Mpiatlon's' i, armory. In which medical I and
defense by Col. William .fc Bell, engineering detachments will be
director of malntenanc"t"the housed; a new warehouse, to replaceone
Finally Arrived? Florida Army National Guard..jn a burned last year. and a new
y talk ar the Stark Rotary*Clubtost' communications to update the
week. "j present World War II system. A 1

The number of man-hours 1300.000 system renovation has 9
I California voters have said trouble getting the legislature to training Is Increasing each spent Col.In been completed to take care of pre-- { + rJ

"enough is enough" and then) agree. Public employee groups Bell said, predicting that Oils year!trendwill sent and future, needs, Cal, Bell said 5 }d)

are probably few Americans who, have gone to court in an effort to continue In the Immediate fulure. Road Improvements are a continuing : Ohlw

will not openly or secretly overturn the amendment but In Payrolls at the Camp this process by National Guard l'iI' ,' 11 .
sympathize. ''with )them in their spite of these tactics, it Is likely be around f4 million,the speaker year said engineer units, and 3,' miles of black, Mm

revolt against taxes that in some that government programs will with approximately $2 million going top resurfacing was completed during !

instances'' (in the Los Angelesarea be cut and workers laid off to military training personnel, and the the 269th recent summer Co.encampment of Live by r.
Engineer Oak.
another *2 million to full I J iw
) have increased 1,000 per possibly by thousands as early as He estimated that 98 assisted Dump Truck unit a v'i'al'
cent the two next month. per from St Augustine.'There's .
over past years.In cent of this money Is spent in Starke 4id

benefiting every phase of the local something going on at .' ,
their almost two to one On the other hand some economy. Camp Blanding every weekend

endorsement of the so-called economists are arguing that The Florida Armory Board which during the year," Col. Bell said

Proposition 13 tax rollback CaN Proposition 13, by lowering owns and operates the Camp,receives pointing out that components of the H1
forniana have set a precedentthat property taxes will actually 1175,000 annually on Its Umber con Marine, Navy and Army reserves,
and renovation tract and $260,000 on Its mining the ROTC and some regular Navy
may ignite similar taxpayer spark a building make
Air Force, and Marine units use
revolts in other areas of the boom that will widen the Bell tract said.with the duPont Company Col, of the camp facilities at intervals pane vhur, el

nation. Indeed, tax limitation property tax base and offset any during the year It is also used by FBI to sn 91rf
efforts are already under way in direct revenue loss. In so doing it A $6.2 million new construction program and Police Academies for special Early Days at L
was recently completed' training, the speaker said. b
stimulate' and providing
25 other states and Congress. may personal
income offset facilities with a capacity to Member of the Starke National Guard usiLr4ro4tihemeelvea| ( at the llntfr M'bag
business to
Petitions to get the issue on the enough maintain 5,000 troop in quarter at "Camp Blanding Is an excellent
ballot are already being circulated the lower tax rate some the 72,000 acre reservation, the training sale" Col. Bell said, "and when tUtUned at Camp Blanding Iq Ib*earjyd| ys of World Wat It-

in Nebraska. Colorado, economists believe but only speaker said. Prior to this expansion offers advantages that cannot be
Michigan, New Hampshire time will tell whether they are the camp's average was aboue 3,200 found In other camps.. It is fit for any + Ice
trooDB any one lime.County. facet of operation said.
Connecticut Massachusetts right or not. I

Pennsylvania and Arizona. Hot 'II Weekend training during 1977

spots where similar action could It is obvious that today's mood totaled 42,000 man-days, with an In- { y, M

be surfacing include Utah. across the nation Is that all AgentsNotebook' crease to 55.000 in 1978. Col. Bell pre fir's" r
dicted a 25 per cent Increase In man
Washington, Maine South governments, local state, and days for weekend training next year
Dakota Illinois Hawaii. Texas. national are spending too much; fi. ;

Georgia, and Florida. taxes are too high and. as a Annual training totaled 81.000 man-
result, galloping Inflation is ByBobby days in 1977 and 90,000 In 1978. with a
33 percent Increase predicted for
The plan approved in eroding the American dream TaylorPhone 1979,
California would radically reduce the right of every family to own a 1BL

property taxes to one per cent of home and have a reasonable : 9M-4280 Exterrlonto9 Col. Bell said that 50.000 acre of the # ,

the 1975 market value and place standard of living. Homes are al reservation are available for hunters "p
,and fishermen In the game mange.meat el
severe restrictions on any future ready priced out of the reach of a area but warned that caution

legislative attempts to reassess large segment of our population One of the strong points of a U-pick- should be used in driving or walking

real estate holdings or impose especially young couples just It vegetable operation Is to enable the through remote areas because of the ;
start toward consumer to get fresh quality danger from "duds." ,, 1 K ..
further tax hikes.California's getting a family m
vegetables for the table freezer, or y. ,:w
living. for canning. The price for these "(;amp Blanding .is making a major ;,' ,
action Is vegetables are usually In favor of the contribution to our National

understandably alarming to state There are many unanswered- buyer also. Defense" Col. Bell said pointing out

and local officials school ad- questions about Proposition that reserves now constitute 30 per
This freshness and quality can also cent of the nation' total,troop force.FORESTRY .
ministrators, and others. Its effects on the California be obtained at farmers retail marketsand

I impact on municipalities that de- economy Parts of it may even be market gardens If the grower will
rive most of their income from declared unconstitutional by the take a few extra precautions to *
property taxes could create courts. But California votersweren't maintain freshness of their produce Civilians help hunt for "duds1 unexploded live ammunition In a cleanup M[
effort at a Camp Blanding firing range after World WarII.
havoc with police and fire protec interested in these de Roadside market and market

tion and curtail other services. tails. They were interested onlyin gardens often operate without a InBradford, t.LlY

But in spite of these risks, the sending an unmistakable suitable refrigeration to maintain Co. At

California vote went to the heart message to their elected officials. freshness of vegetables The Moving House 6 Miles *
of the public's frustration with There is no question but that Questions "What can be done under
those conditions" has been asked on By Hank Cochran 3dn
government. Voters did not they succeeded in that effort. several occasion In the recent')ast. '

necessarily say they want the Refrigeration of course. Is file best Becomes 4-Day'Ordeal. : ,H
government to do less (althoughit As one state politician said, insurance for this purpose,! Even!: des
is obvious that it must) they "Proposition 13 is like the two by without it there are a number" of -
simple but effective pracUaeadwach'. Remember Can That luUI! trv.
were simply telling the four you're supposed to use to hit .will help maintain freshness for short w' .
( government to make do with less. a mule with in order to get its at periods of time. So you are driving down the road "NeeA
tention." And undoubtedly the with a cigarette fixed between your

To help meet the immediate mule got the message.the Simplest of these practices Is to .two fingers. It's the last draw. You let ''seeLl'
crisis delay harvest as much' as possible go of the steering wheel to reach ',l ,,:::1Ii'
starting July 1, Gov. consistent with schedules for sale or across your face to propel the butt out
Edmund Brown has suggested long talked-about revolt of delivery. The less the time between the window. .i. .. '
using a $5 billion state surplus U.S. Taxpayers is apparently harvest and the consumer's STOP I ISuppole doe
accumulated in the last few yearsto coming to a head and in the Cali- refrigerator, the less th8losa of freshness ;

make of next fornia voting, the "silentmajority' in vegetables. During harvest you continue this story to 110
up part year'sshortfall the end.
and preparation. keep all vegetablesout ,
but he might have finally found its voice. e ''neer
of the sun or drying winds. In If a' law, enforcement officer was' r" ro
addition handle vegetables as carefully following behind he could chargeyou ''lob
at all times to avoid
as possible
with a misdemeanor of the second .
Injury. Vegetables are sometimes degree. This means the who ,,'J
Deterrence TheoryIs subjected to severe Injury rot easily
flicks that butt could be Imprisonedfor
from invasion of
micronrganiauns. 60 days and-or a fine to
I pay up
They also deteriorate rapidly from increased .m.p
activity in the life,processes. $500.Why .
QuestionedThe -r
? Because throwing a cigaretteor ML 'IL
To reduce the Incidence of rot from cigar onto a public street or highway sanl
certain microorganisms, chlorine can is against the law. The smoke
Soviet Union's new, super-. Soviet Union's rapidly Improving be used in the wash water. It Is avail doesn't even have to be lit to be 7s

accurate missiles, developed anti-submarine forces," Flight able as the common "liquid chlorine illegal! .
faster than expected, have declares and also claims bleaches" usually containing 5.25 percent ,a
that in chlorine. Simply add one ands The 1971 Florida Litter Law as
blasted holes in the Western submarine-launched missiles, not one-half pints of one of the chlorine amended by the 1977 Legislature pro 4v }'W.M

concept of nuclear deterrence only does the latest Soviet SSN8 bleaches to 100 gallons of water. If the vides that no trash, refuse, paper, Y,1:
according to the authoritative rocket outperform the latest water is to be used for more than one lighted or unlighted tobacco product I 13
British magazine American Trident hour or so, add 4 or 5 tablespoonfuls I can be tossed on any public or private lilt
aerospace in but it
range ,land or thoroughfare.
more to replace chlorine lost to the air I1G
"Flight. is already as accurate as by volatilization. Do not use wash: ,
America's land-based water from to the ,'' This law wasn't enacted to make
f The West has long put its faith Minuteman.U.S. ,Discard It and one mix day up a fresh batch next. your life more complex. It's just Mayor Call ley Ponter Problem* '" };

in deterrence .the belief that each time. Chlorine can be used on another way to ensure Florida will )1, ,is)
enough of its rockets would intelligence officials said most vegetables with the exception of ;stay beautiful, green and unburned. Warren Cauley, mayor o( ,a lot facing Geiger Road fust inside i 'I
lettuce which will not tolerate it,' Micanopy thought he had troubles the east' city limits.! The housec-ilf31
initial attack to indict earlier this month that
survive an a new So the next time decide to toes
There are no harmful residues from, you : : enough in his official capacity'and formerly owned by R.L, Bradley! willr 119
unacceptable damage to an aggressor long-range missile now deployedby use of chlorine. It evaporates rapidly 'your smoke out the window change then he' got into the' house-moving be remodeled and used as a residence'? ,,1.1

but now the Soviet the Soviets, is bigger and leaving.little, if any residue or odor your mind and place it In your ashtray business', and his troubles really by Larry Oglesby. ,?'?H

Union, according to "Flight" has more accurate than the SSN8, t began. lasjc' "

tested (three to five years earlier and any previous submarine- Finally fresh vegetables should bI.f It may save yourself from a posslMe For Instance.., last ''week Cauley' Friday The!trip"from,a distance Lawtey of about, started six miles,
than expected) rockets that could launched nuclear weapon aimedat stored and displayed In a cool place J confrontation with a stern-faced contracted to move a one-story house out agjtte5day.ifternoon) before!'1/,
never In the sun. They should not be ,rfflcer. from Lawtey.Starke. and place It on '!
least of the U.S. the I Ill
destroy at three-quarters was on the site. The last,,,..'99B
permitted to dry out. If this happens *
(bre4f Lwefe ,
America's intercontinental Last smokers alone started y spent negotiating thq l us
either the year. :
sprinkle vegetables or the. "
missiles in their silos. The new Russian missile has floors and walls of the store room with i over 1300 forest fire which burned Joy Little, lf9 D q f,traded road between' ,,: b
been test-fired with multiple water to Increase relative humidity. 14,883 acres In Florida. This means 1 and J o l Geiger the Road.working\ >t earoupq
The latest Soviet missiles are warheads over a 4,700-mile range The leafy vegetables and certain out of 7 forest fires occurring in Campaigns.Here pent. trees time.. .i, 101 -
\ that a "
said to be accurate to within 180 and has traveled up to 5,750 miles others like okra and peppers benefit Florida were due to tossing that butt. .' owner..JwVl p'liI !rt;: ,/,lel be remove. .

yards at the end of an 8,000-miIe with a single warhead, these or immensely sprinkling.from. As the Intermittent moisture misting film on EDITORIAL PACECORRECTION For'Sec *y. Si"e; dtggispvehalpwmpsleft l along 'flU i M
side the when
flight twice the accuracy officials said. This means it could vegetables other trees were (Iw
the evaporates, they are.'
needed to be certain of strike U.S. targets from sub cooled. by a process Known An error was made in writing a Joe Little former Gainesville ,ditc t Y.i1Ef.J eg'\b f1/I4 pulling ,out $4.
destroying an American rocket marines stationed relatively close ,.. as"evaporaUve cooling." headline in our letters column last mayorcommIssioner and assistant tr'kf)1l' I' nee

silo, the magazine said. to Soviet home ports. % > week. The headline read: "Hampton professor of law at the University of ThfenT"l} | t& 'Intersection witt'Gelger' \?' S
The suggestions given here will go a Mayor Expresses His View. It Florida was In Starke last week In the Road tm,h< The shocking statement is vouch for the long way in helping[to maintain freshness should have read "Hampton Council Interest of the his- candidacy, for turned at' unit orl(; the narrow, grade; :vt
We cannot "
of Chairman Expresses His View," Secretary of State. before taclnIl 'site. In the >'
vegetable where process :
made : that 15 cent refrigeraH ,
per accuracy of the British lion Is not available In fact, most of' sine the ,letter was written and A native of Ashevillev N.C-.lie; has the rig bogged dO'fn.11) front of.that bR.L.LeeJr.fekidgnce
of the Soviet arsenal of rockets magazine's information., It cited the practices: also should be used even' signed/ by Ted Curtis chairman of the. resided In Gainesville since 1W7, ; ?: and the: house/.
would destroy more than 75 per what it said were "congressionalstudies" by operators who are ? Hampton City Council. Our apologies where he has been active In environmental had to Irtfiacfted' ; up ".-efore"pavin4" '.:nU
cent of their American counterparts enough to have fortunate to both: Mayor Win.H. Summer, and groups.; Including Audubon aaa l.I'l.n"l.M."r: /. : j'i ',<
for its on < .
figures Chairman Ted Curtis. Society and Florida Defenders in the' alt mint} ass: ,v: hr
while if all 4,285 warheadsthe .... .
missiles but gave no sources for Environment. He,, served.,, as\an. "W "dq foul: .iWat
Americans plan to have by its account of Soviet capabilities. .I.', officer In ,the U.S. Navy for .ten times rbtptal of ,
out ,
1980 were fired at the 1,300 pPlq years. I .t t broke a .
{ chaifS .
Russian silos, they would destroy Whether entirely' accurate or .RADFORD Ct In discussing his platform.. Little''said the uje }{ deacrlblna,, ;U
: ( : l ,. he favored ,strong measures'to, rMtAAh; 8"10' ,.11 is
only 200 of them. not. however there ia' .
.. enough improve the primary and secondary: ;.K) ,81-y /9rfl neilf 31 I I -i\ r IA
information in the article to cause' \! urtrttn: ; .11'J education received In Florida schools "The Wnubtkunayor ia peaceful and' '1
"Similarly the U.s. borne Americans to feel less smug i. >''to correct deficiencies Indicated by quIeimmMwed W this,"said Cnuleyi ''MVlrgJm
balfstic-missile force Is1 in about our supposed capability to 1f' the unsatisfactory performance 'III" was In'eJjMtruc o work In th :. .tiff

creasingly put at risk by, the deter an all-out. Russian attack. I the nth grade tests on basic skills.: ilslandav.beJ'dre1. i coming, bJ'MlcauopyiJ.
.. at' BOa,a:FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER, ,"I believe In borne rule/* Little 't;' ;.b.C. &,.
I %Jw' '1\Pi ihllhrs y ;:..tcI.. 'and am convinced! that'.most '(hvU".r'I1'8/" ....,rotwnnol
r i ffiS-gfl \* uvwti. wWy ,.r o" itjLJMJblu governmental decisions and functions, alfu2( ', 's '. /. "a
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter should be in the' hands, of eleCted' ( : ,aNa/ rav

at the Poet OffIce at Stark. flajundrAct of March 3,, 818. officials moat accessible and responsive .-,. r''yr; 9e.
1Naild,? et a, see a to the people.; ,.. ,:: --=- .' <- ','S
-._..: .Subscription rat. In trade arcs)J7'per y ar *4 six months d&umg hopes to visit this: again '.= 1eflO
Per; .* & the present campaignarea,, and .Is .I;
Outside trade ar*.: *8 ; yc: 4 Six Months, I .
challenging other.'candidates'tsr'' On M.y,16;1866 a five cent """"'oJq
The first marriage' performed In the Amerleen'cola"* I 1. believed to hv Phone 004-0305 Start.*. FkxWa' Secretary, of Stat"to. meetjlm,tin-. coin tint appeared in Amen, q .a

taken place between Ann 0urro and John Laycton ,in Virginia in 1600. -- ._. -- .debate of. the .issues, -. r c*. It WM known, as a"nkktl. .

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289 former Bradford High aenla Brown quoted Thomas Edison I to Discussion about Bradford High not been used for five years Onsklns d ,' .
are now through with high School<<: for emphasize his point. "Show me a fully School ocr program' under thedirection then asked why. after, he became involml \\1',a
vyvsltar Friday night'a gradual satisfied" man and I'll show youfailure. a of Bill Costello, postponedfor were contracts sent out. -.Il/a.
which uw the tartest class in BIIS several months, was finally airedat said in the 21 years of tfri'Coslello
Wttory Co-Valedlctorlana Michelle Culllo this was the first lime there s
pick: up diplomas on Bradford a special meeting Wednesday.June teaching "
Field. and Carolyn Holler then gave thfarewell 7. had been,|my prohjemn.! The OCT f j ; 11t.ram '
Commencement! exercise began i atS addresses, with both girl Board member Arthur CaiikinH pro l Include* .l7stud'l'Ita.lln4..t loo<< 1 M j ., c
p.m.,with the sealer ) stressing the Importance of parent questioned why Costello/ did not knowa teal'hers. \ :if' I
the field at the BUS marehlConto and teachers In shaping the scnionlives. student had been receiving credit Francis Mid the procedure: to crl.< '.
Pomp and for working at a fast-food restaurant a student white hsa* looking tN d'
Clay President Kevin Nel served U Miss GuUlon closed her farewelladdress ,through April when the student had Job no ho would not taw Any/ credi:\....a.*.
the Matter of Ceremonies by uf'llnllhe seniors to stick quit in October. Callklna said ho the policy In force before. tae,bane .
Afrtr the National Anthem,sung by together and set their goala high talked with Costello earlier for about principal. "a ;
Carol Milner, and the Pledge to the Superintendent Thomas L. Casey 30 minutes, but the Instructor was not puring the dlscuosTon board
.. Rev Charles R Swans (01 Jr. then! presented. symbolic diploma Carol Milner sings the national anthem. while Co-Valrdlctorlan Carolyn sure about where the boy was member Pat Spitiuler" !&t'd' the '
Madison SL Baptist Church Rave 1M to the 285 patient seniors. Tassle Roller and Michelle" | Gullllon. Muter of Ceremonies Kevin Nest .and working. 'IIGOllkln" board to adhere to Us1 own policy" .. i "
and the seniors "
were flipped' were out
\ ventilate"
Invocation made She superlnterdent
Linda Richardson stand behind. !laid he a follow-up having
Snlutatorlan Linda Richnrdaoi. of their high school era for good .Salutatorlan visit with BUS principal 1 Charles and report| back ,to the hood; lIh ,
who earned the honor by aceumi: Actual diplomas were picked up alter Francis who accompunit-H Costello to orally or In writing. ,'
bating a 3.7 grade point average'In her the ceremony. the meeting. Francis confirmed the h+
high school career gave the welcome Parties followed the two hour City Traffic Signals To Be student received grade credit for "I have horror o;hauling 'people in i
address emphasizing the positive graduation ceremony, and the senior ,<1\\ working since October. Gasklrw also the system up here.AV are in i error" %
effect of both parent and teachers on had celebration on their minds at pointed out two other students had not said Mrs, Spender.' \1
graduating seniors. toast for a night. been on the job, but received creditor Board members Adjnot) V hesitate ,.' Xri
Mb Richardson expressed! thank Renewed By DOT the course. over the request onfl/ .continued' ?!! the., ''e"
to all the teacher at BHS who had ". ., "How do you have a kid In the discussion. '>' "t t r '
shown such patience, onderstandini Bid Opening part of an outgoing project the DOT program and don't know where he is "If It Is tradition that a tttUdenl lows 4 1
and wisdom. She added that the The State Department of Transportation undertakes all over the State, His for six months," asked Gasklns. his job and we doo't-uaeihim out of. '
teachers had become more than just (DOT nanawarded a contract District Office In Lake City periodically Costello responded he had told the program then we thauM Change! .
teacher to the seniors, they., had Cafeteria to a Jacksonville firm to Install checks signals In the area and Oilskins during their meeting that the policy." lugMes( l" rdigenber'. j i
On new traffic lights on US-301 in Starke.
become close friends. been stolen and he would Parmenier
updates them to meet State specific, records had Vernon .. .*
The welcome address also Included Signal Engineering of Florida a tions. take responsibility.. Costello said "The board didn't waht 'a 'witch-*.* '1
for what aU the Jacksonville based company will install hud Illness In his but concerned. I : J
deep appreciation "Those! signals have been there along he had also personal hunt we are agree
parents had done In the seniors' Uvei replacement signals at the intersections time." Littlefield said "They're family at (that twine time. He said the wn should have Rone,,.\through proper' t '\ \..;
"Our parent have shared their ,Postponed of US-301 and Pratt Street, just mechanical units and they' wear boy mentioned he had quit the job because channels," Parmvnter added ,Jmtf-'':' y '
beliefs, views and outlooks with u. and US-301 and Madison Street (SU- out.This project will update the lights he had to work until 1:30-a.m. Costello suggested o better way to 7? \
and although some of our ideas maybe 100) A, new light system will be Installed and put In a new trip system to control and hudsince! taken a job with his keep up with the students would he' I u
reshaped as our life goes on, they Bid opening for remodeling the at the 301-Washington Street the signals. Part of the reason for brother who wan employed.. lie if the board returned a policy "of?"'. I \
have given us one thing that will not Bradford High School cafeteria set for crossover renewals is to make the lights meet said the parents of the other boys demanded paying milage to visit the businesses .' : ''J" \ I '.
change!, our Inner character. ," ,Wednesday June 7, was postpone* new safety standards" M& they quit due to bad work and homes of the student ," .,' Y
Starke Police "
Chief Bowen
Mist Richardson added. until the regular meeting June 19. Jimmy bldlor"f '' conditions. Chairman J.T. Parrlsh asked for a
Miss Richardson closed by honorini ,told the City Council Tuesday June 8, Signal Engineering's I89.2H5 : CoHtelloand! jo'ranclslluid the policy recommendation to Ix.1 brought back f.
the was approved April 26
Architect' told the that he asked the DOT to add installa project students has board '" It::
td for
the parents for "bringing us this Craig Salley The company has 91 days from that of formal contracts to the .
special tionofleft-handturning arrows where ..... r'
time In our lives. board at the meeting
date to start work on the project and f.
The BHS Ensemble followed Wednesday the state Department of US-301 intersects with Madison Street .. .. :" tOn
Pop ..
60 days after they start work to :
had not reviewed the and Brownlee (SR-18) but those additions Gives Go-Ahead For\Vork '
with their rendition of the class song Education complete the signal Improvements. Board
We Were." and the bids could not be aren't in the approved contract.: .
"The Way drawings .
Another traffic light will be :
Bowen said DOT official new :1 I
a promisedto
Rev. SwaMI then a short opened until the specifications had ;
gave erected SIMOO Madison Street) at
Inspirational message challenging been officially approved by the state tions try approved.DOT to get the. turning signal addi- Its Intersection on with Orange Street. Drainage At Starke Elementary >, ,?" q' ) :

the seniors to strive for the proper Bids on that Signal will be let in yes \\J iil 4"J'!:
attitudes toward self, others and God The 1146,119 remodeling. the cost Engineer District, Doug Littlefield Traffic Operations said the September, it was disclosed at the Hoping; to relieve flooding at Starke campus; little or no slope em cahi'puHlj|J :
"0 you're crowing a board that It estimated by Salley who hopes he II t June"S county commission meeting Elementary School, Bradford County no where for water to run oil/ campuHjTand '", : .
signal Improvements In Starke are
laying on the ground you're only high for bidding purposes, will give< school board members Wednesday. no large ditch to removed, the i
worried about crossing but if the BUS about the same as a new the ahead with water. llunnlcul proposed to cut a V.I !
June a
gave go
board II spanning a deep ditch, you cafeteria except for the root The Summer Remediation Program proposal to eliminate the problem. dilchbetweenthewingscleonoutlh'existing '
begin to worry about falling. You $148,000 coat figure Is up $3,426 from Director of operations Leonard ditches and poxslbly putting ,
must not look down at the ditch below the $143,693 the board was given to Register asked for the drainage to be in a concrete gutter. He told the board }= ':. I
you when choosing your direction In work with In April. The cafeteria now declared Item so the these measure! should help but it\wo./. ',;,.-, ,,
life," Rev. Swartz added. about 35 years old, will be turned Into Offered At BMSA work could an begin emergency Immediately after no guarantee. ,*i'U517r'; '..!fx' iv'. .......
Principal Charles E. Francis presented a fast food operation to attract more< school closing. '
the awards and scholarships students. Jim llunmcut explained to the No price for I the work *as di*> I
five-week for and Middle School students who are ,.
next mentioning first that this year summer program cussed. ? "
was one of the quietest,. smoothes) The board also authorized Salley to students who have been retained will not being retained may be offered as hoard three problem areas on the ',.. ",
school closings In. a long time. begin work on a feasibility plan for be held at each elementary school in space and funds will allow. Parents .
Awards were given first to Co- remodeling Bradford Middle School to the county and at Bradford Middle should contact their child's school if Recycling Unit To Visit Shopping Center Eiicli; TneW ; II I
Valedictorians Carolyn Roller and build walls to separate classrooms. School, beginning Monday, July 10 they are interested and ask that the '.. ""if.. .. '
Michelle Guillen, both with S.. grade The board decided In May to go ahead and ending Friday, August 11. student's name be put on a waiting list STAUKK-In: the first quarter of TG&Y Store. U.S. :W\\ ) South ta.17: So. ,' I

point averages, and Salutatorian with plans to wall off the middle for this program.. -. 1978, nationwide collections of Walnut,) every Tuesday, tromitt;: school and abandon the open classroom The hours for students will be 8:30: :r- .
Linda Richardson.The Aluminum a.m. to I llpm.
.. .. aluminum Reynolds
by .
O.A.R. Citizenship Award concept. 11:30: a.m. Transportation or lunch t: 2'ftf&.pvv Recycling Company amounted to .
followed, with Kathy Taylor the will not be provided. ".!" more than 30 million pounds for '
recipient. The American Legion then In other business, the board: '.,' 1 .""% which consumer recytiers receivedover FLORIDA
bestowed highest award on Chuck -Unanimously approved a list ofnonInstructional Teachers will work with small ..-.c- "- '.--.s:: $3 million.In .
Register and Nova Jayne Flynn. personnel submitted not more than 15 students. mobile
Awards to, Tom Casey.Casey Individual In reading andor The''call of the South Amerl- June. Reynolds THEATRE
The "I Dare You" went by superintendent programs aluminum recycling unit will be in
Kenny Rodrlgue and Shan Edwards, said the Jobs remained the same as math will be planned for students can .bull bird sounds like a Starke at Bradford Square, front of Call & Walnut .
along with challenge to aspire nobly ...t..1 r. based on skills needing mastery cow,| moo. .....:. -Starke: 964-5451!\ ... v '. ,1'
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and B\serve tMnJuuaj" humbly.at UMMSiBjglaR*,4* .H*" science, .aq l ',''lM''f.tit. rtattel7olsttd..,.Ii of J"t., .Promotion'l 'll.' iJ.n U tlidli session at the is-r''F r swar """' ''!'1''awrwrt'! 1atotSwtt' .,, ;t'rbi'.r' Pf."..''ff'i1.'r"f:: flies r .
awaN"tJ'TtlcHarasair for oUtstanding -> u end of the 1-week summer '
achievement in the field of Special Olympics: in Tampa not automatic, but will be based on John Travolta I II
science: tests given at the end of the program. Food & Scat. In
Santa Fe Community College Postponed action until June 19 on I
Endowment Corporation Representa- a request by the Senior Citizens to usea Parents whose children are to enroll being Open U.S. 301 3A I II
live Mac Baldwin announced the school bus for a trip to Green Cove retained are encouraged remediation 1 A.M.12 P.M. Walnut St
In the summer
scholarship School board attorney Jesse them
winners of the Henry H. Beck tarings. .
Jonl Runnells and Bonnie Wolbert said be would research program.Enrichment In ''SUNBEAM o-O".R" Baer i I
classes language
Culverson. The Scholarship Is. based legislation signed this session per- MOTOR OIL
for 6 Pack \
and mathematics Elementary BREAD
on leadership, positive citizenship, nltttng use by senior groups.. arts 12 Oz. Cans .

and scholastic: ability. Loave79.* 3 ate.I *?lt Tax Case Of 24 ,t
Henry H. Beck willed 200-thousand -Unanimously approved a summer TRYm\\rIONTURE, Plus Tax 1311 tI
dollars to SFCC and 10 scholarships school<<: program. Casey said a survey IMl I
are awarded in Bradford and Alachua showed about 200 students would be See Chief Kelly US Navy Recruiting BORDEN'S ALL BEER
Counties each year from Interest interested in attending. 159 students Station Starke seer .. 1 59
Md failed regular school work and MILK t
money. Monday 1 U A.M. TH 2 P.M. 1100 Over Cost
wanted to attend the summer '
Cindy Canova then received the program with theo possibility of being Bradford Square 2/10 3/12)) 301 DRIVE IN
Supelll music scholarship to Santa Fe. promoted the next grade, said -
Jimmy Supelll, a former student at Casey. He said the cost for the 301 South >, I':
Santa Fe, was killed in a car accidentin : program would be$25,000-$30,000 and O' Starke 9841484FRI'SAT .' ''I,}
1972 and his parents set up the the earning capacity from FTE wouldbe -------------- ', I
scholarship in his name.. around 14000. ,:;
The Santa Fe Board of Trustees Fflnn 00 W 1JOO
Scholarships for academic excellencewere oo
presented by Mr. Bernie O n I.
McFadden to Kathy Taylor Shan
Edwards and Kenny Rodrigue. The Mens
choices for the scholarships: are based New Stock !i,1! 'I.
Authentic Western
on SAT scores grade point averages, .

and Performing personal /Interviews Arts Scholarships. were Men's Dee-Cee Shirts 'Iht

also awarded by Santa Fe going to Polyester Slacks :'
Kevin Neel in Music and Michelle r $ 75 PLUSes !

Cullion in Drama. Sett/ess And Beltloop Styles :
Francis also announced that the :... 'IS*
University of Florida had awarded a '
grant-In-aId to Tornado linebacker $900 Or 2c17 ,p

Patrick. Coach David .
Lawrence r"
Hurse has said that the Gators may I Long }
try Patrick out at defensive back. iWr
Bobby Smith was recipient of the AskCharley Men.s' Print Leisure Shirts
Ronnie Allen Memorial Award given
each year by the parents-of Allen. The Jogging Shorts $325 \
award includes a thousand dollar ,$Q75Men's
scholarship<<: to the school<<: of Smith's : i r" 'I \ J25 Sun.Mon.tues.. I
choice II given to the winner of the t. .. I

sportsmanship trophy on the ,BHS_. E. SpecialMen's! { I
Now ]
football squad. I
Francis closed the awards, and I",. :.
scholarships presentations by asking JohnaAbout \ ,

the when seniors you're to In "come town. by and. visit Knit Slacks.' $600 TankTops $275Was | WN.Td I

University of Florida' 'Student This Question: 7e-. / IF
Government President Terry Brown I

a graduate of BBS, was the featured In Sleeve' Pullovers / Men's
speaker after the awards. TlM rapid increase Short jJl : U Ihh J
Brown compared the seniors oftoday robbery and theft
; Short Sleevet
with the 'anti-Vietnam' students takes 'BM worried I 475 fi 5g25 ?

of the 60's. abort BUT stamp and I
"You should take the energy and train eoltoctloa. MrIbusesifiatr I Shirts $575
moral convictions of the students of I ;, ,
this era, but you should separate the Policy New Stock PLO' rl: it itt
violence and fanaticism from the doesn't begin to cover' e ; ,
energy, rtghtousnesa and In the vaL.... Can the JeansLAttE N. Store Hours
tole : moral canv ct ." Charley E. Johns ,, \ + : t e 1
"Older students at .
Brown added
UI risk'I.sus
the university complain mat younger +4eony supply
students today are more apatheticand _N to cover the
materialistic than they were but Ml vakte 01 these rare

I've always been suspicious of .stamps sad coiner j
nostalgia.. I believe that you students DUTLER 'I '
have a dedication to excellence." 4
"The challenges that come ass result

of the advanced age we live .In CharleyJOHNS E.: APPAREL '-, H 'Mvt* i* ii>'''tt'jii''ai'>s f* '
must be met through great \
good Judgement! carefully planned AGENCY Now Open 'Five DajlAt, ; f ,
actions and a trust Ifl God, s I ,
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according to Brown. ; The Fbr AaTheatre... .'},
He added that the BUS seniors and 131 S. WALNUT ST. rr.i. I
other younger men and women himself 301Drive, In! :. t:
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Starkes Milton Baker Wins National High Jump ;"} II
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Starke's Milton Baker high-jumped Jumped 7-2 for a win and a JUCO division "I've had lower back pains since -on scholarship and cleared 7'." and u f fp '!
personal record 1'3" May 18-19 to record at the Florida Relays and my sophomore year at BHSl" he won the SIAC conference title while at I "
win the National Junior College then cleared the same height to win remembered. "1 hurt the school. Still, after his first he -1I'J'I'. !
Championship climax a brilliantly the Florida Junior College title and basketball and I've only been able to,. Jen the Georgia school. year ,
consistent 1978 Jumping season. set another meet record. practice once or twice week. Brooks "I was never really happy with
The 1076 Bradford High graduatewas Even with his eye-grabbing list of (Coach Brooks Johnson of Santa Fe) school up there" Baker said, when 1t j
just one of many seven foot high track and field achievements the 19- was really surprised I could Jump asked why he came back to the north + s
Jumpers In the country this season but year-old Starke native confidently seven feet as little. I can practice. central Florida area. Milton also t t '
only a handful of American leapers asserts his best years are ahead of Probably the greatest reason he wanted to play basketball at Albany rail + I II
show the consistency Baker him hasn't been "serious" Is that until re- 'and remembers"I really wasn't given r
". feel like I 74 next Milton hadn't realized his own
can go year, cently much of a chance to make the team."
In seven of the eight meets he he says and hia year by year potential for scaling heigh!..
Jumped In Milton cleared seven feet, Improvement since high school servesas "I 1 wasn't really that serious; about
and in an event where even the best evidence that suca a world-class high jumping until recently,"he says,'
lose nearly as often as they win effort isn't out of the realm of "But when saw I could do 7'4" (he's Milton says he will again Jump for <
Baker won seven times and finishedlecond possibility.Milton's. cleared 7'4" in -rcctlt I started Coach Johnson's talent-laden Santa I 4
once In eight outings. 1076 high school beat was 6- thinking about really getting Into Fe team next year. He also may l Ik
The highlights of Milton's first year 7. In 1977,as a college freshman he Jumping." compete with the Florida Track Club :
of JUCO competition were his pair of added a full six inches to 7'1"and this "Hey, I think could have a shot at of Gainesville which Johnson also
Junior college' national championships season's 7'3'4" was a two-and one- the Olympics In 1980!" he added. ,*,coaches. The club takes athletes to ttw 'An.,
Baker burst onto the national half Inch hike Milton's voice rises In excitement and Important summer meets and has In- :
track and field scene with his 70 national Even with his rapid Improvementrate his eyes gleam as he talks of the cluded Olympic class athletes like 4' S ': J ,
Indoors win at Detroit and his Milton ungrudgingly admits he Moscow Olympics, giving the listener Marty Liquorl and Steve Williams. ,f
outdoor win at Champaine, 111. hasn't applied himself to the event as the impression that future workoutswill "Coach Johnson asked me to jump ,I ,
Sandwiched between his national he should have. Part of the reason is be punishing enough to more than for the club and might be able to butI I' I
championship wins was 'a pair of the nagging back Injury that has make up for any less than full effortsof really want to get a job and work :'.\, $ '. K
record-setting performances at Percy slowed his athletic career since his the past. over the summer I hope I'll still bft wHH &
Beard Track In Gainesville. He days at Bradford High.KNOW The local jumper figures more able to jump at the high school: 1.1
.... .--- weight work could make him less and lift weights" > ," ,[.I
susceptible to aches and pains and "

I YOUR I DEALER I j also help boost his stamina for the .-.. "{ .. 'J",
long Indoor-outdoor track campaign '
of 1OT9. Milton credits Johnson with making -.cf1: Vi'f;, .rt .f
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"I'm going to stay on the weights him a consistent seven footer '': ,

longer this year, Last season I felt "Brooks has helped me with my \jj. !):rr._'.. ; /fl:' ,,: ,
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weak sometimes towards the end of technique," he said. "He watched ,,,,-,,, .. "
con the year when I wasn't lifting I thinkIf Franklin Jacobs (American record fiII'r. ... ,;
what yoU I keep working out I'll be stronger holder and collegiate champ) jump In ., ,(
Here's for the late season meets. Philadelphia and came back and
us! Milton came to SFCC in Gainesvillethis changed my approach to the bar. Ii1Stake's
on from school year after spending his Since then I've been getting a lot more : : ,
count freshman year In school at Albany speed on my approach. Now feel like '
Slate in,Georgia. lie went to Albany I can go out and jump 7'2" anytime" ,
your After his Santa Fe career is over '' ,'I ', .
\ \ I Baker says He'll again look to major
v. Before you buY, we tlcool\fig system- college competition. The four, year Milton Baker points to the height he cleared to win the National / ,'
heating & on schools should be lining up at his door Junior College outdoor high jump title at Cbampalne. Illinois. The Santa Vt
present recommendatiOn anew but he hasn't yet thought much about Community College star jumped a personal record seven feet, three and one'
and provide our\ dot our present system what school he'll choose. half tltllst.Inches to win the JUCO title He war also the national Indoor high Jump. ,

or rep\aclng system. J "
conditioning r 1
aE. air correct "I 1 haven't thought much about what .' .. '
our work on school 111 go to, I don't think it will be \\RADFOIU ;, .1r
behind Co
stand dependable the of Florida
.1) w. \ as University though. '
Installation as welt stay coot months : Florida Is so big you don't get any u
,.':c' .a home will { U TEAL individual attention." -
operation, sO your thOse hot summer Whatever school: Milton docs choose 1 ''f
comfortable during will be lucky if he reaches the heights, tgrap1pThe ,
our he thinks he can.
SERVICE ertVou need us There Is an upswing In th.productlCN'l .
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3 I. Installations:we're f0rry.nienance.. the benefactor of carpel will be the "I hope by 1980 I'll be up therewith Sweetest Slraitibtrrlt Ttiit Side of Heaven .. \

epe! contumer. WI.h.he advanced ,'em at 7'7" or 7'8", then I'll be In the : 1
for prompt ... technology now money."Milton's face lights up with a '' )
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available -
uu:: can now offer color I the Interview: SPOR TS; ," .
I ranges, patterns, and "I really think I have a shot at the I .J
varieties of carpets that Olympics., L j ,' ..
IIIIHIIIIII' were never before possible I just hope they're not jumping f, { \\t,
=-c::: techniques eight feet by 1980. "
New dyeing .
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"" Merchants Win First I !I" I ILake
Co..ii.,. ,: ;:'" M"mtttyour II f dyed process In will one Insures have color.more This the consumer new and -

FOR OUR FREE better carpet to choose Butler's Merchants waited Green accounted for six of David Rou ers had a perfect'night,
e from and he will find that through 12 before showing the Hampton's runs with his two three- for the Merchants, with lour singles In
games blasts Other hitters for the four and Clay Drillers went 2for3 -
these colors are ideal for a Men's Open Softball League their run trips \ :
HOMESURVEY wide range of decort so,I hidden power, grabbing their first win winners Included Tommy Wise. 2for. with two singles.
.. that these colors are Ideal ofv the season against Lawtey! 4, with two singles; Larry Mercer -..',,,"
kry AND ESTIMATE-CALL..tODAY.. fens wide range el decorJ, .,with A ...de aWeyand.p'winWeM'tour/ alp .I I1f.1' "+ >rr .,.:;" .
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"tt- "' "'://Ir"' 'a tutti< Wso that decorating will now** 3 Mellon;< y d'i ntglitaw remained/ .nr in'egf fire pia P"J" "; rips; Hick y Bennett, Z-for-3 with two 1" ,"..
s.rs Pi' ; ;. be a simpler task but the after a 2-0 week. McDonald', 12-1,' singles, and Steve Cubbedge, 2-for-3
.If You Don't Check Our We Both Lose results will be even more. has lost only to second place HamptonIn with a double and a single and two r
strikingly beautiful. early season play. runs scored on Green's homers.
Why not see us today. We ,Scheduled Games: Wednesday, Michael Klauder had a perfect night
have what you are looking June 14 Lawtey Poor Boys vs. for LWCI with three singles in three
GORDON AIR CONDITIONING' fOl'. LWCI vs. McDonald's; atbats.IIcDonald'.II.

Teal Tile/So Money, June 19 LWCI vs. Lawtey
HEATING Lake Butler vs -Lake Butler 4
Poor Boys Hampton
Current Standings: McDonalds 121 Lake Butler's one game win strsak,,
473.4777 Carpet Hampton 11-4, LWCI 3-9, Lawtey 4- was ended Monday, Jun 12, as 1.I
964-7423 St ,fke, Ha. 5, Lake Butler 112.Hampton McDonald's took a 10-4 win
Hwy 100 Between Starke & Keystone Dale Hans had two doubles and a

12-LWCI single In three trips, Bill Malone t
Charlie Green laced two home runs added u double and a single and :McDonald's Fred Wheeler lakes a
to lead Hampton to a 12-4 win over Johnny Powell collected a single anda big cut In a game that saw 1st place
Men's Softball double in three trips. Fred Wheeler :MtDonald's beat 2nd
LWCI In Open League place Hampton
and Joe Bennett added to thewinner's
12. triples 8-5.
rMlcKEy'sr1:. Monday, June attack.VERNON .

:McDonald's: -Hampton SIn j ,II
a pressure packed meeting of l 1
the lwotop teams. McDonald's scored "
FACTORY OUTLET ( E. OLIN the winning run In the bottom of the 'it"
seventh to take u 65 win over ".

111 WI CALL ST. >III Ill IAali mm wit**,. STARKE el aa Democratic Candidatefor bull Clam Wednesday,'June Open 7.League soft" t r, f

After one out. Danny McKinney
STORES ALSO IN GAINESVILLE A Hk3H( SPRINGSTHflNksVoT'sHOPpiHG' reached with a single his second of .

'" BRADFORD COUNTY the game. Then, John Watson's ,
ground ball got past Hampton's third

AT MICKEY'S z i BOARD OF EDUCATION winning Baseman run.and McKinney scared the '.

I District One J.J. Wheeler had a perfect night for 1

were cur PRICES ran YOU turn ma vein i The Idea that money buys good' schools Is a falsehood, says the winners, ripping three singles and
CAMPUS Francis Walton principal of Eaitbrook Elementary School near scoring the tying run.Bill RatLff went ,I
Orlando.Through very careful planning,through motivating pupilsto for-3 with a double and a single,and /
CHECK THE YELLOW "*< learn on their own, Independtnlly Eastbrook has saved 7S,000... Dale Haas added two singles '
Students have scored M percent In rtadlng compar.d to a state Hampton hitters Included Larry
average ol II percent, and f1 percent of parents are satisfied withtheentlre hlercer.3-for-f with two singles and a
TAG BARGAINS / b0R11YNN program.What) they did,we can do. double; John Ramsey with a double
..1 ,: and a single In three trips and
If we could save $71,000 or more, wt would have a teachers' Tommy Wise went for-2. with two.
salary schedule which would attract the best qualified teachers In singles.
the ..at., Register and Vote '
m1 v SHOES 4 4A Lake Butler 10-Poor Boysa
itt. Vv COS COBWRAHGIERS c +"Schools That Work,by Arlene Sllborman The Merchants of Lake Butler
scored their first win of the season In
N Paid Political Advertisement by Vernon E. Olin, Campaign Fund Men's Open League Softball Wednes-

't a 20% day. June 7. going JO-i over Lawtey'sPoor
e ,1+ C Boys. .,
The winners' biggest inning was the
second, when singles by Thomas
r 25% LW CDC[) Williams J.D. Stephens, John< Ennl_, '..
Jerry Howell and 'Luther Polhlll)
brought home four' runsf, .1
I\ 1 OFF ,
EW -. :: Lawtey was |led ',by Randy
SHIPMENT.. McGovern, 3-foM with two singles
ro and a double; George Seely; '2-for-2.
BLAZERS R:: ca N UH LE QNM'' with a double and a single; Buddy
15 00 I ,Pa Jerson.who had two singles In four '
SLACKS sit rata umr % trips: Jackson Prevatt 3-for-4 with -
,., ,?? 'g10o NATIONAL two singles and Bobbie Smith.'2-for-4..;9
tRANPBLOUSES '' with a double and; a single]; .<.
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PASTRAMlf: CAMEL RIDERS: Association sponsor < Pop Warner '
: On Otf SUBMARINES Football, has called' meeting' of }
I 3& CORNED BEEF parents Tuesday"June 20,at S p.m.at
OY'A-Ws "PIu .c ROAST BEEF STEAK the Civil Defense- Building the Fair
grounds. .h /5?;/*'
v JIRIlJU' Salads Ice, Cream Pies Cheese Cake All parents of youngsters registeredon
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.1 I FB Blue, Dominoes Champs: In Women's Softball ,,League ---

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First Baptist Blue finished the Open League Domino 1-0.'' Cheryl Douglas bid two single, far, bottom half of the first extra immJi'elahtb on Karen Powell'RBI single
season undefeated In the Women's Merchant 0-., the winner ."post,iidtballmak e-up: 1 Also for the winners Jerri Lane got
Church Softball division to win first Overall Domino 11-0 First Maureen Santana had two single,,;, game two RBI'with a first Inning homer,
place, and Hope crabbed second: bywtnningaclutchplayoff Baptist Blue t-4, Merchant .... SL and a double for St. Edward' and' ',i played Thursday June. Maureen Santana went 2-for-6 with
: game with StEdward's. Edward's ....1. Hope 3-7-1, FirstBapU.t Denise GWsy added three single After three walk had loaded'the'' two.1nK1...Scruff added a single and ,.
Gold .-... ', Mickey BoruffandSharon Davey both bases, Mickey Boruff came through a double to her game winning" hitFor low I
The Domino won all three game scored three run on .-'01'-4 hitting. with single)to bring home the tying. II
they played with the Merchant and Hope II-St.E4w..I.In and winning{ runs The Merchant had the Merchant. Karen Powell I
finished undefeated to win lie overall st.Edward's7-Marcbe.ts. I had two singles in four trips to the ,I I
a see saw playoff game for In the ahead 6-S In the of the
and Open division title St.Edward's scored two runs gone top half plate
second: place Hope Baptist came up
Apologies are extended to the with four runs In the last half of the

s week Champion falling la get First a Baptist teem picture Blue team In this for St sixth Ed liming ward's to In grab Women's a 13-1O Church win over softball Madison Street Wins Men's Church to rlghtt 8TARKE Don DOMINOS BagweU.maaagr kneeling left tat
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paper.Final Monday, June 12. bays Shaae and Jason JofcnsesnRecrealloa I,
Standings: Church League- The first four Hope.batters scored In ) Director Cheryl Godwin
First Baptist Blue 6-0 SLEdward' the with ..ndHel.n [dens Mundorff Cassandra Jobraoo,
Hope-3-1 sixth Mary Hersey
New River handed Madison Street l New River I3-MadlseeSt.t David Thlgpen, with two doubles In f
1-6-1.First Baptist Gold... collecting singles.UUJE Mares Lena, Terri Parrish.Standingl
Its first loss In the game of the season New River scored 11 runs In the J fast! four at-btiU. f
but Madison remained In three Innings to hand Madison St. rl-JayMalnes; Betty
softballregular their first loss of the In the last Jess Hedaen, Paula Reed Kathy \
Men' Church League season
as the New
River 13-First BaptisteIn Wkltehead. Marie Grlffls. Diane
,1\\ I ( ( I7fl0ff j) (EC? 0CDBI? season came to a close. regular scheduled Men's Chruch Men' Church Leaoiie Softball Jerdaa. coach Weedy Grlffls, Pass I I(
The top three teams, Madison Still League game played Tuesday June Thursday June R, New RiVer dashed Klsh, and Mrs. Do Bagwell. I'
r New River, and Pine Level,
Baptist' for
hopes a third
138 East Call St. Starhe Own Bakery 964-5890 compete In the sub-district 13.Billy Williams and AI Waddell led finish and a shot at the tournament place by' f
tournament to .be held in mid-July. the winners, with both men going 3- taking a 19-10 win. twice, and Lloyd Allen. went 2-for-4 "
DecoratedFather's Final standingsMadison: St., II-I. for-4 with two double and a single.! First Baptist went into the game and scored once. I
New River 10-2. Pine Level 74.First Fred Dobbins added a double and a with a &-0 record, and a win would ,+;y *-rt I' ,
Day Cakes Baptist 64, Brooker t-B, Hope 3-,, single as did Lloyd Allen,and Jimmy. nave put them Into a tie with Pine Breaker. forfeits',,0!' '"", < ,,, '. [
Klngsley Lake .-11.Brooker Tompkins collected two singles.Madison Level for third place. Pine Level has I
SL was paced by Kenny completed their season.It New River's slim chance ot
Over Hope Chilly "'or'- with three singles, finishing In first place In Men'
Give was not to be, though, New
A Father A Cake Brooker posted 7-0 forfeit win over Gareth Jones with two single,Lamar River collected 14 as Church League Softball was ruined aa I
On His Day Hope In Tuesday June 13'.first game Williams, 2-for-4 with a triple and a their ninth win.Billy Williams posting went 3- Madison St.took their II th win by for
of Men's Church League Softball. single Wayne Teston. who laced a felt over Brooker in Thursday's other
New for-4 and
Store Hour scored two ,
Tuea-Sat Cloned Sun Man runs TImmy
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Hope dd not have enough men. single and a double In four trips and Gasklns was 2-for-2 while scoring pme.E I

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The OiympUn* widened their lead double and single as he came to bat Starke Country Club Pro Herb "
-- with ". 4l.ek, M the second placd twice In the Inning. Thomas Paladin llerree announces thai the North : .
Clvltans went W In Dixie Boys Base- added a double, and Stephen Polk and Central Florida P.O.A. Junior Golf 1 : ,>\
bull for \fee weekpl June 7-13. Jeff Taylor collected singles. with all Tour will begin play on Monday June
Scheduled;'.,Games: Wednesday of the hitters scoring. 19. lit Keystone Country fly, ,, .
June If- Olympians vs. Sonic; The Sonic could manage just threesiiwlm Play begin at 9 a.tnT P
Thursda Uaen. Civltana vs. off of Merchants'pitcher Polk, The tour la open to any amateur f '
Merchant}- Monday June 1' with Bruce Whlteskto collecting two JI aolfer, male or female,,,who will not .' i
MwchunuV-prympUns: ; ; Tuesday and Marvin Norman !lacing the other have reached their into birlhdsy) bymorning 7w
June 30 .*-IJ n1a .\11I. Civltana. In his first time,., up. September I. Golfers caareaiHter)he i
Current Standings: Olympians 11-1- 1 of the 19th.T rewU|be a U
8, Crvltanj( MIJ Merchants s3, Olympians. 14-Men".Ie' entry fee for the first tour stop and 12
Sohfcs i jy&:: BBsT Pitcher Kenny Clark struck out 10 will be charged each atoptbefgafter '1'
;;: men and gave up only one hit as the' v Jeni.r Golf TaySchedule .
-*) 'Qlymple) nClvUnsl Olympians bombed the Merchants 14Ja I I w : ;
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Kenny Clark held the Civitans to six In Dixie. Boys baseball Thursday, :1 1Ifevlr.nitjmtolpk June 10 Monday Keystone C.C .
him\ while (striking out 14 as !the June s.The June 26. Monday Imnwood C r .
Oljmpl ns'oc.an' 1.1 win over the/ Olympians managed only four of the Merrhaalawings Gainesville.' <*IS- i
Clvl\ ro'IMybtkte' | Boys baseball TUBSooy hits In the game but were issued 15 '1111.d"nls.e. this time !I. game July 10, Tuesday 'Green Cove
walks over the six Innings Chuck thai saw his lean beat the Meshes, !" ". SpringsJuly
qdrlt. : IsO'helped Ws Johnson had the only extra base hit 17, Monday, Quail Heights Ito I
..' witH 8'triple and two RBI'..Clayton for the winners a double the second Vlen's C.C., Lake City ; I t
Norman and Ricky Sullivan both had Inning Golf. July 24, Monday. Pstftka{ Coif C ,
a double and a single for the winners. Clvl..38..lea.4 July si, Monday Alai fI"rlny l CC Lcftfteldrr Wonnlethe
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double Stott'Allen Jed the two tune homer Scott Allen and two powered run a double three, and run ral7' tl turreat' Standings ''I. August 1, !Monday,' //torke"' C.C Macclrany's Hrrr Drinkers *lit the opening game JlulMoirr.., to.f"takes;Weekhr'a" a rip 3leonaid's. sgabt+t
ttnd 4 lnole, scoring (awards and dinner) InvlUlkm! .
Bruce Rehberg knocked In three more Tease., Point-Total IIOnhalllCHIrn.y The Brrr IMnhert was '..II'J JII.J: l said she ,
Scolt''Rudelol/'Bruc./ : Rehbera. .,
and with two doubles (j.DonWalnwrlht j. tournament,"Nlle Water's, the second place h'lIIl. the ftarke.Men's softball
as Clvltans
Jimmy Dings' had singles for the Dominoes To'urney( league, out fit the lo '\.
lasers. whipped the Sonlcs 13-4: In Dixie Boys IJ3S4. came ers' bracket to lake therunnernppot: .?. I
baseball. Wednesday, June 7. DelapoThoma.I 1344tm. A'*
'IVIerthUBUi: :. i's:-Sonic' *T Allen's home run came In.the first WarneAdklnsonErmieJ : The Dominos Softball Menvwlll hosta Ileertlrinkers 1st in McDonalt'L'a' Tourney r ,!
after Todd Jackson had ne* ,1201NJack women's slow pitch Softball tournament
: reached -
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runs In Merchants the third exploded and coasted for nine error<< and Keith Griffis had been flaxentilover/ I IZTO,,, this weekend. June. 'U, .ITand'. In the First Annual IIdonald'sInvUIIUon.1 ClaudeilRhodenu0rAtheMYNtrophy; y i.
Inning to : '
a 18-7 win over the Sonlcs (turned a walk. Griffin also added one HqwardVernnn&ko 1273., 18, at Westsida Park. > < Slow-Pilch Softball hitting .11I10 forthf'lmn'ngy'wnh. six;??! 1
In Dixie --
Boys-baseball' RBI while going 2-for-3: with two {: 1273,*, Eight teams will play In the tournament Tournament held this weekend, June home runs and T.f.'ftBI'J' '
Blaine-Dyal laced Monday, June 12. singles Ben tV1ox,| his second t'
!.he'.ame'lr 'the Merchants'tripleof For the Sonlcs Marvin Norman and AlCoston. 120013MM p.m.The Merchants and Bomlnos will Marclanny: took first place, with Iwo-dav. tOllrne'4'I1r' the I.a..t"y
inning, and Darryl Thornton big Pat Southerland had the only extra Merrill S truth : be the Starke teams, with others Waters Bulldozing grabbing second. Poor Boys, Mucdenny: Merchiinls, \
got a base hits, both doubles A.B.Howard 1322. from Gainesville Macclonny Beerdrlnkert' Hfsl baseman First Baptist, Baker Itinlnmiitnen I, j: ;
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------------- June 12John Harper Mike Colvln, .ivfyMarty
David Francis led the Braves Irons, with each batter collecting two I ,
The Gem Jcwolry-Uruves and the by scoring: one run and knocking in the single. "yMrU
Chamber of Commerce: Mets went 2-0 other with a double and a single ...
for the week creating a three way Anthony Miller knocked in Francis for II-Lawtey Cold t; l'''
logjam for first place, going Into the the Braves other RBI I while going 2for3 Jimmy Schoenfng's 3-fori:$ night, ; l't ,
last week of pluv in Dixie Youth with two single. Red also Including the only Mets' extra base ?
American League Baseball added two singles. hit, helped lead the Meta to a 12-9 win E

Lawtey Gold dropped to 4-3 after Lawtey Gold hit the ball well, but over Lawtey Gold In Dixie Youth I vS ,d' '
( losses to the Braves and Mets, The couldn't bring the runners home when American League baseball Wednes FIIi
Elks Lodge Angela also went 0.2 for the need arose. They were led by Sam day June 7.Schoeninrt.

the week. Norman, 3.for-3 with two singles and a had a triple and two o
Scheduled Comes Wednesday double, and Owen Soulherland, who singles for the night, and was backedup .. ,, ,
June 1,4> Angela ".. Lawtey Gold, had a double and a tingle In three by Kevin Johns 2-for-3 with two e 'h
Friday, Juno W Braves vs. Mets; trips. singles, and Shane Johnson, who also
Monday, Juno 19 Bravos vs. MrtuT AngrUJ 5 collected two singles. I t
r Angels Luwtey Gold vs. Mets (Lt> Kenny Davis and Kevin Johns hit Lawtey Gold was paced by Sam ,l "
Current Standing, Lawtey Gold 4.3, the Mets to a 7-9 win over the Angels Norman, 4-for-4 with two doubles, a ,
Mets.,+3, Braves 4.3, Angels 25Ilraves In Dixie Youth American League triple,and a single Kevin Williams, 3for3 "1" tt '' ": ,
2 Lawtey Gold o buxeball Monday, June 12. with two singles and a double --' .------- ? nnYM n4i

Braves pitcher Billy Heltz spread Davis went 3.for-4 with two doublesand and center fielder C Johnson, who
out 10 hits over six innings: as thu a single and two KBI's. Johns laced two singles in three ofllclal at Btsrkc's"Dinky" slides! acrosi home plate safely ever Jacksonville 11-4.. Sunday June Il. Bob Ilemme'0single
Braves came through with a clutch 2-0 collected a double! and a single in four bats. a. teammates Eddy Dyad(No. I) and Mere P rid gen cheer and two Infield errors brought all three runners I
In a Legion bile ball game won by Keystone's Poet 201 home.
Hraves 10-Angrli S
Kenny Dewitt knocked In three runs \.
ATTENTION MOTHERS8X10 with two singles and a double to lead
the Braves to a 10-5 win over the Keystone Legion Baseball Team Wins Twice f I
Angels in Dixie Youth American
League baseball Wednesday June 7 If'
\ John David Francis rapped two American Legion Post 202 enjoyedIts Keystone II Keystone J-Palalka 4
doubles and knocked In three runs best week yet in the young Reason J.ckvllle'"It Keystone traveled to Palatka
while Drew Davis had two singles In 2. was a humiliating loss,"said dejected Monday fora single non-league game.
NATURAL COLOR for-3 hitting '., with a big It-8 win over Jacksonville Jacksonville head coach EstonMcCullough ,Lumber got the starting nod for Post
The Angels were led by Sam Griff, In Keystone and a 5-4 road win In 21)2 and went five Innings allowing two

r for-3 with two singles and one JIB I, Palatka. That just about summed up the long runs on five hits, striking out five be
PORTRAIT and Marty Irons, who knocked in Iwo day for Jacksonville as Keystone fore leaving with the score tied at 2-2.
r runs while going 2-for-3. The two victories ran the Keystone exploded for 11 big runs In the sixth
0OOOOOOOOOO00OOCMItiiiii nine's season record to 5-6-1 overall Inning to stage a comeback In one of Grady Bostio came on In the sixth
and 1-2 In league play. the most excl ting games Keystone has inning and pitched four hitless Innings

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LIMIT 1 PER FAMILY Danny McKinney won the MVP Kevin Griffis and Kenny Holmes
Scenic Backgrounds continues to tighten the Giants IS Dodgers vs. Pirates; Friday
trophy by hitting an .8111 clip and collected two singles apiece for- the
GROUPS UP TO 4 PHOTOGRAPHED continue to widen the gap between Juen 16 Lawtey Blue vs. Giants; losers.
ImmUmg the tthortstop! duties almost themselves and the other National Tuesday June 20 Pirates vs.
Available AT $1 .00 EXTRA PER PERSON flawlessly He also shared the home League Dixie Youth teams as they Giants, Lawtey Blue vs. Dodgers. Lawtey Blue 7-Dodgers 8 ,'j,
run honors for the tourney by again went 2-0 for the week. Current Standings; Badcock Giants In a game that saw the lead change
knocking four out 7-0. Lawtey Blue /-3, Guaranty hands four times the Lawtey Blue
StarkeMallards Federal Pirates 2-5 Sonny's B-B-Q Jays ended the game on top to post a
St. Edwards Church Hall 8:00 PM. Dodgers 1-4. 7-6 win over the Dodgers in Dixie
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Giants IS-Dodgers 3 Thursday. June 8.
The Giants used 19 walks and the
Fri. June 16th.10A.M.5P.M. Ant Williams had a home run and'ccslnqle
BINGO power hitting of Richie Fender and for the winners with help from
Andy Chaff to post a 13-3 win over the
Eddie Herndon. 2-for-3 with two
411 N Tam'ple Ave Starke Fla. Dodgers in Dixie Youth National singles, and Lamar Crews, who laceda
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Fender had two doubles and a triplein
The Dodgers close, but ranout
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doubles to the winners' attack.In .
Todd Denton. 3-for-4 with two
the second inning the Giants
and a double Eddie Hall, who rappeda
scored nine runs on only one hit.Chaff' .
home run and a single in three trips.
double as eight men In a row
Issued walks. and Kathy Diggs. who collected two
were singles in 2-for-3 hitting.ClanbsPlralesl. -'/
The Dodgers had only one tWC -hlt

I OUR BEST OVER 150 STORES SERVING THE SOUTHEAST man.singles,George LeVassar with two Gary Tyson and Richie Fender*.

combined for a three-hitter as the
La wtcy Blue 7-Pirates 4 Giants ended the Pirates' two
Tony Hill knocked In three runs with'a win
,streak 8-1, In Dixie Youth
home run, a double, and a single to ,National League baseball
BEDDING VALUEGUARANTEE lead Lawtey Blue past the Pirates 7- June 8. C
in Dixie Youth
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Tyson a triple and a double at
baseball Tuesday June 13. the plate, and Fender added an RBI
/ Eddie Herndon also had a good
double. Mike Waters went 2.tor-4 witha
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with jingle, a doublets a triple. .Chaff and Jason Bonn a i !xx La mar' Crews added three singles,
For the
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single for the Pirates, and Teddy only run. :..

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Fifteen local students program of sports training ,and
accompanied by four chaperones, will athletic competition for mentally) retarded
participate In the Florida Special children and adults ft is
Olympcis 9th Annual State Games for unique In that it provides for competitors
/, the Mentally Retarded to be held June at all levels of ahillty by
t ;. ,, 16-18 at the University of South assigning them to "competition"
'a '" Florida in TampaTwentyfour divisions based on both age and actual
hundred participants performance. Participants 10 years ol
Iv.ry Pltc* el todcotk a ,a 4 and older will in Track
'S and chaperones are expected to participate age compete
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0 Mon.Y Sack county and 11 district level meets. Swimming. Softball Throw, and
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These finalists were selected from ;
/tue(141 ir1Uid h among 10.000 competitors throughout bronze medals will be presented to
Florida. 1st. 2nd,_ and 3rd place finishers in
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at 'adud'Drell the Bradford High School auditorium medals will be awarded to all
I 0 Friday June 16. at 10-30: ( a.m. Any non place finishers to Insure every
student needing transportation into competitor' will return home with a
Starke should call Mary Strong. 964- medal In addition to rompetltivo
6800. The group will return Saturday events participants will be treated to
ker night about llpm., with Ms. Strong a variety of athletic clinics and
bringing the kids home. demonstrations as well as various

A new mark of excellence fromBadeoek's Area youngsters who will go to social activities including a victory
Tampa will be Terry Abbott, Norman dance.
tradition of fine bedding. Day, Ronald Davis, Fred Fayson. These games and activities serve as
r / A supurb sleep unit designed Ronald Frazier, Bobby Williams. the culmination of a year of athletic
Mary Burton, Kim Cruger, Sharon competition and will become a
crafted and
GUARANTEED to gives Hodge Laverne McDuffy, Felicia "aprln>*Iboard" /lor international I

you the ultimate in a Healthful, otU'ItR" Nichols Ruby Elmore, Esther competition held every four years.
Restful Good rile Williams Cheryl Williams and Daniel 'The 1979 International Games will beheld
sleep. Nite
w 0 UP Knowles. In BrockporU New York. Special
after nits, after nite. eEE1 While In Tampa the group will stayat Olympics Internationally Is sponsored

Dream Maker..found only at the University of South Florida. by t the Joseph P. Kennedy ,Jr
They will be special guests Saturday Foundation
Badcock Home Furnishing Centers. night at the Tampa Bay Rowdies Parents and the public are cordialK
Ft Lauderdale Strikers soccer game. invited to attend these events free of
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I eteran Teachers'; Retiring From Bradford SchoolsAlmost '*Home Town Boy Len Register ,


a century of teaching to teach"said tho Starke Elementary \'I, J
experience will be retiring with the second: grade teacher. .(, \ Is New Assistant State Attorney"I'm
I end of this school year in Bradford T1
County aa three county personnel Join Mrs. Green who taught 11 years In ., ,' ",
their husbands in retirement. Brooker and 23 years at Starke I ,I not gonna get rich, but I really
like criminal law. Len ,
..._ says Register
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,; '' ..4'Ii :: ?\ a home, town boy who graduatedSaturday
'", ,, I't' from the University of
; Florida Law School and Monday wentto '
'! work as an assistant state's
'" ?
attorney" In the Bradford County 1

Courthouse. j
Career prosecutors: never make a "
lot of money but Register says he gets r:
personal satisfaction In criminal trial
work where a lawyer has to "think on 'I
IIf his feet." Register. 24 has already I'a \>\
gone through two criminal trials be-
yr; 'J 1'1
fore a Jury and six others without a s f';:
Jury before graduation during a six- ?
month 'clinical :i'r.

l t state attorney's office in Gainesville! ,. ,

Addition of the new assistant state's \ ."
; ,
attorney In the Starke office bringsthe 4 '
.r. state attorney's complement to : !
R five in the local courthouse. The five
are currently squeezed Into about 400 A. !
square feet of space in three small ,
rooms in the north end of the second t
story court complex and currently \
School before. trying to get the county to allot more Register's position was transferred I
Mrs. Resets Brown.works. to clear her desk at Bradford High
Retiring teacher Mrs. Maureen Paul links arms with her husband Carlton space as the law requires.Resister' from the Gainesville office where '
.|tearing 13 1M..II the, teaching' profession. and Hampton Elementary principal Connie Clark on the right during a surprise there was a vacancy which worked '
party Tuesday first office Is a small out Just right for the new criminal t I' "

Bradford High School, ,English: Elementary In grades two through Mrs. Paul received an engraved pewter plate from the school personnel room at the end of the hallway, trial lawyer who says It's nice to be I', i
separate from the other two rooms. able to In the of the law't.
teacher Mrs. Roeala (Thomas P.) live said although she will miss the along with a cake decorated with a rocking chair and kittens : practice area '

.Brown said after 23 years of ,children she is planning on doing ..U.....e........................N........y...H.....11................ /get he prefersand back to Bradford. at the County same time k5 to ,
teaching enjoyment she Is also goingto some loafing, traveling, some fishingand St. Edward News '

enjoy retirement.Mrs. having' fun on their farm in S....................................................................... Register, the son of Mr. and Mrs. V .
Brooker.A Lennard Register of Crystal Luke and "
.Brown said she Is taking early GRADUATESIIONORED CCD PARTY both long-time educators here, I' I la
retirement after teaching, 11 years in former principal and teacher at Reverend Father Patrick Foley St. Edward's Junior and High graduated from Bradford High in '
Bradford County, preceded by 12 Hampton Elementary, Mrs. Maureen celebrated Mass on Sunday, June 11, School: religion students were hostedat 1971. He was president of the HIIS 1'"
years of teaching In West Virginia, to (Carlton) Paul says although she Is when parish High School graduateswere a party given by Mr. and Mrs. student body and an outstanding!
,Join her husband In retirement. retiring she is planning on doing all honored. Graduates who .Clermont Bizler at their home tackle on the Tornado football team. 'ii \
Brown recently retired from the kinds of things."I assisted at Mass were Donna Samons Sunday, June 11th. Swimming and Len graduated from t'K In 11)79) with a ',
Reception and Medical Center In Lake who. participated as organist, Mike various games were enjoyed. Covered bachelor's degree in political science. f!" 't: 'j
Butler, a second retirement for the am going to enjoy the little Brady served as usher Readers were ,dishes were brought by those He spent the first year of law school r t.
former Navy' man. things sometimes do nothing, see Laura Esford. Denise Gissy and attending and enjoyed throughout the the Cumberland School of Law at i" li4'(
Florida, learn to hit a golf ball Kenny Rodrigue, Mary Rallis was a day. pr .,> + Samford University at Birmingham
"' "I will be glad to get off a working straight, enjoy our home and each glftbearer at Offertory time Yv Ala., then transferred to the UK law \
schedule," said Mrs. Brown. The other," said Mrs. Paul. Graduates who were out of town that Democrats to Plan school for his final two years. J}?

couple,who live' on Raiford road,planto day were Clay Gilhooly, Cathy Futch-
take it easy, enjoy their four horses With a total of 36 years in the pro and Terry Mundorff. "I'm well pleased to be able to have '
and several dogs and do some fession. Mrs. Paul has been in Brad Rallies And Elect an assistant state attorney In llrtd-
traveling. ford County 17 years spending the last Following Mass Father Foley ford County, as especially pleased to
several as librarian in Hampton and introduced the graduates. He also i nave Len Register Jr., a home town

Mrs.Johnnie (A.Leslie) Green said Brooker. recognized Alan Ashline who was .New ChairmanA boy,. says State Attorney Gene
recently appointed to attend Boys ,, Whitworth.
after 34 years of teaching, all of it In
Bradford County learning still hasn't Mrs. Paul says her husband who State In Tallahassee this summer. .- .
changed retired in May from the VA Hospital, Miss Denise Bizler was also recog- special meeting for the purpose of
is the gourmet cook In the family. nized for her excellence In French electing a chairman and setting up '
"Learning Is a two way street the They are both fond of Siamese cats awards recently received as a student rally dates for the fall primaries will C a ,
child must have the desire to learn and plan on having kittens again at at St. John's Country Day School In be held by the, Bradford County
and the teacher must have the desire their Lake Hillcrest home. Orange Park.In Democratic Executive Committee at LIQUORS
7 p.m.MondayJune 19,at the Garden : :
a test administered to 45,300 stu- Hntaruant. Starke's Mike Bowen of the 8lht: 801; N. Tomplojv
dents throughout the United States, Anyone interested in attending this !Maintenance Company taken. a ,tier.' ,
Diane was awarded first In Florida; "dutch treat" and meeting breather during a field training ,4
she placed second In the southeastern may call super at 782-3808 exercise at Camp landing. Private BUD
region and fifth In the nation. In by Monday morning June 19, so the Bowen and the local company Just t
addition she received a Certificate for restaurant will know how many to finished up their annual training 12 Oz. Can
Good Citizenship. A plaque engravedIn prepare for session at ,the camp.
French two certificates a French Any area of the county Interested In $
+ book of poetry' and another in prose having a political rally should notify Case Budweiser
v were among her awards.The Mrs. Pearson, or their precinct Guard Action
Committeeman or woman prior to
graduates were presented Rifts June 19. ? ... 1./M1t+1.1 '
of g 6w crucifixes by Mrs* AntolfV&tnjsjCons t. l '." IlJ.k f. 1 tiritrt) Ij 0** ": ,j 1// '''fi "
on behalf of the Altar Society: :' \: ocl Marks Rewarded'' SCHLITZ
Father Foley each graduate 'G
gave ajt I II
plaque inscribed with the Desiderata It' Blanding \ 12 02. Cans
poem. By'f nonald'
Graduates, parents and friends I Officers Candidates and NonCommissioned $
a were hosted to a reception In the Officers (NCO) \\ill be Case
parish hall following the presentation. Students'receiving that last report moving Into Camp Blanding for
Decorated cake fruit punch sandwiches card in June will not only signal the annual training July 823. 1/
A\; tidbits cheese: and cookies end of the school year, but also meansa The Officers Candidates and the MICHELOBReg.
were served from refreshment tables reward from their local NCO leadership force are from' the aN
covered with yellow cloths and McDonald's.The State Military Academy Or Light
decorated with gardenia and Prior to the Officers training v' :. 12 Oz. Btl,
Mrs. ,Johnnie Greeh and Starke Elementary principal Richard Jacket hydrangea flower arrangements.Mrs. McDonald's "Good Marksman- session the Air National Guard from '
,sample the goodies prepared by the BEA In the BUS library Tuesday afternoon. Mary Gissy and Mrs. Claire ship Award" is a free cheeseburgerfor Georgia will be in camp June 18 July l $
Mrs.Green was presented with an engraved jllver plate from the BEA. Brunetti were hostesses for this event' all students who come to 1,the 33rd Singal Group Juno 24 -July ( Case
sponsored by the Altar Society. McDonald's and show their qualifying 8, and a Puerto Rican Engineer /group f tE
report. cards between June 9 and June will be In camp for .annual training y r % 100% t
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Dolores Meng RECUPERATINGJustin home with her and 'visited the '
Phone: 468-1911 Wadsworth had the unfor- Bauldree family from Wednesdayuntil
tunate accident of falling and Sunday. From Our Farm Regal
SENIOR CITIZENS breaking his right arm on the last dayof The first edition of ".E. News a r Salute/
'. The Hampton Senior Citizens Club school. Margaret, his mother production of Mrs. Ernestine wh'SCOTCH
Is having' a covered dish luncheon at rushed him to Alachua Genera Denmark's sixth grade class, 21 Year Old
'the City Hall Friday June 16, begin- Hospital where he was outfitted with a appeared in print last week. .. Silver Queen
ning at 1 p.m. Bring along your favorite cast Since he is ambidextrous and of Brad Russell served as Editor of fit' '
culinary specialty and have an very good nature he Is adjusting well this newspaper and was assisted by Or Yellow
lovable afternoon! and learning to manipulate. We hopehe reporters Randy Campbell, David .
isn't too uncomfortable and will Cooper, Diane Waldron and Sandy Corn $3099
have an enjoyable summer I Williams. 'c" '
VISITORSMr. Kindergarteners and first graders Blackeye/ t
," CONGRATULATIONS! and Mrs. Harry Lasslter from enjoyed a class trip on May 31 to the 75cZ ?ry
Susie Lott and Evelyn Bauldree Miami recently 'visited the Mark Rolling Hills Dairy near Archer as s .._ -M rBu Or Purple Hull
attended the bowling banquet at Norman and Marvin Williams guests of Mr. Jack Hufty. Andrea
'Western Sizzler In Gainesville June families. The children enjoyed watching the Peascoo
,13, at which time their team Your Mrs. Ruth Matchett. a former resident cows being washed and brushed. They -- California
Kitchen Inc., was awarded the third of Hampton, enjoyed a recent helped feed milk to calves, were $ t
''place trophy in the league. :. week 'visiting friends in the area. surprised to see a calf ride In a truck V Bu. CHAMP
Susie and Evelyn were also beside the driver. The milking
awarded trophies forUnpraved aver- HAMPTON LAKE machines were among the fascinating Large Fla
,ages of 11 points eAc Jyelyaalso received Mr:and Mrs. Joe Oliver and grand- sights and some of them even rode a $255
the high average trtDhV of the' ,son, Steven Earnest, left Saturday to tame cow equipped with a saddle. ace 5th.Yagc .
league, ending ,with >a M54 point attend the graduation exercises of They had packed lunches under Cantaloupe r
their grandson,Jimmy Gehron, from shaded areas on the farm. Butter Beans
>average.Susie is sponsoring the summer Florida State University at They were assisted on the trip by i 39'
league which is called the Lott's of Tallahassee. Mrs. Noelle Silk and Mrs Jean Clark, Ea. I
Beauty League. She and Evelyn ere Jimmy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim their teachers; Parents who 49cLb. -V c-
team members of that league and sons from Ft Lauderdale, flew to accompanied warn were Mr. Judy ,
among Tallahassee to celebrate the occasion. Archey, Mrs. Inger Campen Mrs. MediumShrimp I
CANCER CRUSADE! Jimmy's brother, Michael, plans to Joann Estes, Mrs. Joann Horne, Mrs. $289 I "
J. Mrs. Ina Home is completing her graduate from F.3.U. next year. Jolene Friese, Mrs Carol Thomas, Sangria
1 collections on behalf of the American Two grandsons of the Oliver's are Mrs., Dianne Davis. Mrs. Susie Dye 4 .----------- o
Cancer Society In Hampton. If you attending Junior College. Steven and Mrs. Wanda{Tidwell. $249-
{have not been contacted and would Earnest will be a Sophomore at Santa Sixth and seventh graders enjoyed Rock Shrtmp '
Fe and Danny Gehron enters his their class to Six Gun Territory on $21'1,
trip ,
are to contribute, please. contact: Ina. 1 .__ --
at Broward ------------ 6th.
Sophomore year June 2. They were accompanied by _
CANDY STRIPERS Community Collge in Ft Lauderdale. Mrs.,Ernestine Denmark Mrs. Lucy .
Cindy Alderman, Lisa Carter and Hodges and Mrs. Warren Stevenson.They'returned.Just ." iCroakersNormanrs 89c ,'4
.Wendy are those serving before the big zrs
Lloyd among
Mrs. Frank Clark and Mrs. Tommy 4 .
shower! r; :
the Bradford .County Hospital as 1
,Candy Striper. Under the direction of Clark are winding up their collectionsin Miss Mindy Seville accompaniedher i I Reunite
behalf of the American Cancer fourth grade class to the home of '
Mn. Ivey they are taking a summer
course in which they learn such skills Society. They will still accept Mr. ,.n4. -,JUysle Williams for
lonationa from anyone who was and a cookout on June 2.They UMBRtiSeO
games Farm
,as making i beds operly, taking I
temperature recording pulse rate, ;missed or who was not at home when all enjoyed 'playing air hockey and

taking blood; pressure, assisting In they 'visited outdoor ,,games before' returning to $
and Mrs. Eugene Meng and
Mr. school. jTfcS. ,2226th.
room work and reading X- e .
the weekend
rays. Their services are appreciated daughter Angela spent Mrs. Carole Stevenson Invited .
their aunt Mrs Viola Gray!in '
t the hospital. visiting seventh grade parents to a meeting at'
Jacksonville. the school on Tuesday evening. Basic Seafood Market
Eileen and Tammy Shiran, Sharon Skill requirements and other "
Anyone wishing to complete High) and Michael Hillborn from Charleston academic expectations preparationfor L Dradf prdPackago
i School education is Invited to attend\!t S.C., came to help Annette the class attendance at the Middle

4the adult education classes being held Bauldree celebrate School.her graduationfrom School,next year were explained. in OPEN 8j3tt ton* '.$ pm ; Store
Bradford High
detail with of
/Tat School each suggestions parent
Hampton Elementary
'.Monday and Thursday..from, 7. until\ 10 nnette'., grandmother,! Nellie'Bauldree involvement' In'' assisting. their. Mon Sat* : ,Bradford Squcal'oJune
Fla. '
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setting for the wedding Saturday, will .
June 3, at 8 p.m. of EoUne Anita Mr. and Mrs. H. Alton Lawson ,
Smith daughter of Mr. and Mrs. celebrate their Both wedding anniversary ,
Harold D. Smith ot SUrke to William Saturday June 17, from .4 to 6' 'Tkt Suietlett Strmu rrw. 'TM* SU of Htovtm t

Edwin Maust of Jacksonville son of p.m. at a reception given at the t'r",
Mrs Sue Hardy of Orange Park and Madison Street Baptist ChurchFeUowshlp y : ,

W.E. Maust, Sr. of Ashland Ky. Hall by their children.and" : ,
nuptial.Rev. M.E. Drake performed the grandchildren The family requests j ft'"' the pleasure, ,: of ; Sonya Tenly and Andy Baldree;! ? ,\ : I

Centering the altar was a large your company
,basket of white gladiolus, pink carnations + r 4 No I gifts, please.' S.. S Wed June 2 At First Baptist Church '
blue mums and baby's breath )
against a background of two white f .,
and gold branched candelabras with Oscar E. ForsythsTo Miss Sonya Lynn Tenly daughter oft .
Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Tenly of Starke .
white tapers. A white and gold
and unity candle were Celebrate 50th i and Charles Anderson Baldree Jr., f
alindbench 7 son of Mr. and Mrs.Charles Anderson

Barbara Kirkland presented a AnniversaryMr. J Baldree. Sr. of Theressa, were united 1y J

program of nuptial music. in marriage Friday. June 2, at 7 p.m. t
Tim Anderson of Orange Park and Mrs. Oscar E. Forsylh of In the First Baptist Church with Rev. ,
attended as beet man and Alan Smith Mr. and Mrs. William E. Maust Raifordwill, celebrate their 50th Ben Bryant performing the nuptials.

of Starke was an usher. "t, were cut glass bud vases holding a wedding' anniversary Sunday June Centering the alter was a heart ,
Nancy Rowell of Jacksonville was single pink rose. 18.with a family dinner from noon to 2 shaped candelabra with flanking
the only bridal attendant. She wore a The punch table was covered with a p.m. followed by an open house from 2 spiral candelabra The choir rail.
floor length pink chiffon gowo-and white linen cloth and pink strawberry to S p.m. h two basket, arrangements of
carried an arm bouquet of pink carnations punch was served from a crystal yellow and white;daisies blue and Iii ,
tied with loveknots. bowl. At end of the table pompoms, pink carnations and
one was an Kathy Casey.Johnny baby's breath. y "'
I iff ,I
Nina Marshall of Orange Park arrangement of pink and white ,I Mrs. / \ > r ,
George Canova. '
sister of the groom lit the candles'Just gladiolus. organist; :,
Hobbs Miss
before the ceremony. She wore a Assisting in serving were Karen Cindy Canova pianist and II
peach, floor length 1 if t William George and Kathy Taylor
gown. Patterson and Wanda Nettles. .
Given in To Wed June 24 11 I soloists presented a program of
marriage by her father the Pink and white net rice bags were -1 I'I I.
i nuptial music.
bride wore a white satin and chiffon given to the guests before the bride * with antique lace at the neckline and groom left on their honeymoon.The Miss Kathy Casey and Johnny 1- David Baldree attended his brother t. ,
billowy bishop sleeves and a bride attended Bradford High Hobbs will be united in marriage 1.f as best man. Ushers were Dale Tenly ""
chapel length train. A cap of lace and School and Florida Junior College In Saturday. June 24, at 8 p.m. In the ,j i,"brother Mark of the bride Lyn Moore and r
seed pearls secured her veil edged Jacksonville.Mr. First Baptist Church with a reception j\I, Reddish.
with lace. She carried a nosegay of Maust was born In Washington following In the Starke Woman's Club. Kim Elaine Grlffls attended her
miniature blue carnations whitempome D.C., graduated from Orange Park All friends and relatives are Invitedto ( ,sister as matron of honor. She wore a ::1''I
', multicolor blue
and baby's breath tied with attend. printon background
High School and attended Florida .. floor length gown with elasticized 1 1tr '
love s knots.A Junior College. He Is assistant
reception was held at the home of at Wendy's in Jacksonville.The round neckline with double ruffles
manager Teresa Lynn Milliard' flounce a deep flounce at the hemline
the bride's parents which was decorated couple i Is residing in Jackson ? t
and a ribbon sash. She carried
for the occasion with arrange- t a nosegay -
ments of pink roses and pink and William Faulkner > of yellow and white daisies blue 7'
and white pink miniature ... '
white gladiolus.! [ THOMAS REUNIONTO i pompoms f : l
The bride's table was covered witha BE HELD SUNDAYThe To Wed June 16 "; 'carnations and baby's breath with 'It'
white linen cloth and centered with a William and Louis", Wilson .'1 blue streamers. (
three tiered wedding cake topped witha Thomas family reunion will be held at Mr. and Mrs Tommy L. HiUiard Attired Identical to the honor ': .If,

bride and groom. Flanking the cake'MrsEddleBlolock' Beulah Baptist Church on SR-21 In announce the approaching marriageof tfTracy:attendant were the bridesmaids Baldree and: ",,111'1' '.' ,,,,
George. Tammy lyL
.. ... ( Keystone .. their daughter Teresa Lynn to* ",a Christie Redding. .
,.., : .1 f HefghtsandMiddleburg.' six miles -Joseph'Faulkner-Sr."al! of I

.I 'p'.. .. North of-Gold Head.State Rark.qn Starke. v |Mind Dana daughter Shannon of,Mi1 cousin' and of Mrs.the David bride, Iq, .. .
Sunday. June 18, Father's Day. The wedding will take place Friday Shannon was flower Sean Jones ,
ComplimentedAt girl. ,
The program will begin with June 16. at 8 p.m. at the Pine Valley
son of Mr. and Mrs. Gareth Jones
services at 11 a.m. Congregational Holiness Church witha ,
morning '
Stork ShowerMrs. with a covered dish luncheon to followat reception following at the Fellow- *as The ring bride bearer.given In marriage by her J J:1
ship Hall behind the Heilbronn
12:45: p.m. Baptist '
"lather. wore an empire gown of silk24organza
Eddie Blalock was compli-- All relatives and friends are Invitedto Church. and French ,
mented at stork shower Thursday attend. All friends and relatives are invited Imported
a ; ;chantilly: lace. Crystal lace pleating ,,' s
evening.June given by Mrs. Harold to attend. framed the jeweled lace bodice and t

Epps, Mrs. Lamar Williams Mrs. H.l. Hutsons Hold 4was repeated again with lace bands ,,, S IS .# ,&
t Dwayne Alday Mrs. Randall Davis, on the full bishop sleeves. Tiers of 'a; .a d41 7 st
l' Mrs. Bert McGee and Mrs. Davis Graduation PartyMr. Cheryl Ann Cummings crystal I lace pleating edged the full sil- .-: ', [ M1 Y'i
Lawson at the Madison Street Baptist Donald Sewell >houette of the skirt and swept Into a
Church Fellowship Hall. cathedral train. Her crown of crystal
The refreshment table was covered and Mrs. }H.L. Hutson had a pleated lace secured her floor length
with a yellow gingham checked cloth graduation party Friday night for Wed June 17 {white net veil. She carried a cascadeof A

and centered with an arrangement of their son, Kevin, following the BIIS white and yellow daisies blue and
white and yellow day UUies. graduation. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Cummings Sr. white pompoms, miniature pink :
Games with prizes and refresh- The 13 guests included Mr. and Mrs. announce the approaching marriageof carnations sprengerl I and baby's r f

ments were enjoyed by the 35 guests R.G. Paterson and Mr. and Mrs. Don their daughter Cheryl Ann. to breath.A . !Mr. and Mrs. Andy' Ktildrrr r
during the party hours 7:30: and 9:30: Denton and families Starke and Mr. Donald Raymond Sewell which will reception was held in the church
and Mrs. Glen Davis and David take place Saturday. June 17, at ftp Fellowship Hall where Mrs. Harry greenery and small summer flowers. After n wedding trip to Cfciritin: the (
p.m.The hostesses presented the Pafford of Jacksonville.Cake ,m. at Rt. 2. Box 152-11: Starke with a 'Hjtcher.Jr. greeted the gtiesUat the Presiding at the punch bowls were couple IK residing In Thrrnma.

honoree with a baby sox corsage and chips and dip and cokes were All friends door and Paula Dee Carter kept the Mrs. James V. Crosby and Mrs. Joe The bride and groom are both
high chair as a memento of the enjoyed during the party hours. and relatives are Invited bride', book. Sapp. !graduates of Bradford !High Siluiol.Mn .

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a wit Ir siln' andllace"'tloth'an guests were ; ;
,'" !!" M. ,centered with a three tiered wedding Karen Kimbril ClyneceSavage.: Mrs. Community Collc-gr. .nr ,
cake topped with blue satin flowers Joan Chitty aunt and Karen and Mr. Baldroc attended I IJike C'iI)" 1 I
FARMER'S MtfTOAi. EXCHANGE I and white doves. Flanking the cake Sandra Chitty Ginger Glisnon Junior' (E.I."fleNI'D1ourllllnd lit
were two baskets of mixed flowers. cousins of the bride. DuPonl ('i,.. Inc.were .

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S Su Carter Mrs Vernon Glisson and Mrs. Mrs Herb Thomas Installed President
Dean Blackwell.The I I
ST1RXEExfendtd two punch tables were covered Of UDC Wed., June 7 ,
with white satin cloths centered with
crystal punch bolws encircled with Mrs. Herbert Thomas was rein- named as hostess committee fur
r stalled as president of the W.T. next year. '
J Week's chapter United Daughters of Mrs. Thomas presided over the
/ Jackson-Andrews the Confederacy at the annual meeting and read a letter from the
covered dish picnic lunch and meetingon state president announcing the
t' Wedding June 23 Wednesday June 6, at the Kingsley general convention of the UDC will be
i Lake home of Mrs. W.U. Mundy. held at the Plaza Hotel at Daytona
I '.) Mi, AM IV' ,. < Co-hostesses were Mrs. Charley Beach. This is the first time since 1931
Mri diiii Mfr." iron oiiuieWK Johns and Mrs. Guy Sale. that Florida has had the honor of
\I cm ...... announce the approaching marriageof Officers installed to serve with Mrs. hosting the general convention. All
C'1t''. ...... ,.' :Ii.t '''their daughter and son, Karen Thomas were vice-president, Mrs. members were urged to attend.
J : ) .t Marie Jackson and Larry David Guy Sale; secretary, Mrs. W.B. Following the meeting membersand
Andrews which will be an event of Mundy; treasurer, Mrs. Floried guests were invited to the buffet
: /wfM iwMQ Friday June 23, at 8 p.m. in the S peers; historian, Mrs. Guy Sale and lablo where a delicious luncheon was
: Thru June 30KT .'..i L'; Madison Street Baptist Church with a Mrs. M.D. Weisgerber; publicity served. The table was covered with a
,--., -. reception following .in the church Mrs. J.W. Kincaid; courtesy. Mrs. white linen cloth and centered with an
j _. ,, Fellowship Hall. George Roberts Sr.; recorder of arrangement of white, California
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invited to attend. Gladys Weldon and Mrs. Kincaid and centered with miniature arrangements

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f'k' elect was honored at a lucnheon corsage and a Remembrance scrapbook -
The piano pupils of Louisa Maw* Saturday, June 10, at 12:30 given by from her hostess a* memento Melissa Hop.pe of Tampa I Is
Stem were presented in their anniat: Mrs.S.U.Denmark at her;home on N. of the occasion. spending this week with her aunts,
Spring Recltallalt Thursday evwHJig, Walnut streetHighlighting Mr*. OL. Beasley and Mr. J.W.
June 8, at the First Baptist Church, points of Interests in Klncald.Mr. I
Fresh roses were used in decoratingthe the party rooms were arrangements ,;
tables. A variety of cakes and of blue hydrangeas,dahlias,roses and [ :1.i 4nd Mr*. Jim Burton and
punch was served. Parent of the violets. family of Smyrna. Ga. were Saturday
pupils assisted with the guest. Guests were seated at the dining luncheon' guest of Mrs. James
Special 'recognition was given to room table and family room dining Mr. and Mr. Thomas Smith' of Ban-on. ,
Yolanda Hernandez and Paula Dee table. Arrangement of blue Starke announce the arrival of a \I/itI'/
Carter who are graduating seniors hydrangeas centered the tables daughter Kimberly Leigh; born June Mr. and !Mrs. T.L. Casey Jr. and
f this year. Bridal place card marked the 8, at 8:29: a.m.. In Alachua: General family and Karen Robinson and
seating arrangement for the 12 guest Hospital. Johnny Hobbs visited Mrs. Howard
which Included Mrs. T.L. Casey, Jr. Albright at Auburndale on Sunday.
Pupils who participated were: mother of the bride-elect and the Her parent are teacher at! Key
Denny Thompson Robbie Cowart prospective groom's "mother, Mrs. atone Height High School. Diane Blzler an eighth grade
Cindy Parade Rhonda Mutcheson' JILHobbs. ,.., Paternal grandparents are Mr. and student at St. Johns Country Day
Maria Reddish Clint Hutcheson Mrs. Leon Smith of Bonifay Fla. School has won first place in the stateof
Donna Parado Sherrl Norman Julen Maternal grandparent are Mr. and Florida in the National French Teat
Wise Kevin Johns, Teresa Grlffis, Mrs. Tommy Outlaw Mrs. John Brady of Daytona. sponsored by the American Association :
Lisa Alvarez, Selina Cassel. Cindy of Teachers of French. The test
''In Norman Randy Parado Carlos Honored At Mr.and Mrs. Stephen A. Thomas of she took.was administered throughoutthe
Hemandes, Yolanda Hernandez and Starke announce the birth of a United States to 45,300 first year
I Paula Dee Carter.Hampton daughter,Lisa Dawn born June 10 In French students. In addition to
> Bridal Shower Alachua General Hospital. Grandparents finishing first in Florida. Diane
Irn are Mr. and Mrs. Gary placed second in the southeastern
Elem. Mrs. Tommy Outlaw a recent Buckley and W.A. Thomas, all of region and fifth in the entire nation.
bride, was honored at a bridal shower Starke. Diane is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
StudentsEnioy Monday night given by Mrs. Brady Clermont Bizier Starke. She Is an
Collins, Mrs. Joe/Bakken. Mrs. Paul Mr. and Mr. Rudolph Thornton of honor roll student at St. Johns.
i'Jr. Swim Party Faulkner and Mrs,J.B'. Bakken at her Starke announce the birth of a
home on US-301 N. daughter Christiana Diane, born Miss Linda Haas received her
Hampton elementary students of The refreshment table was covered June 7 in Alachua General Hospital. Master's degree in Library. Media
Mrs. S.G. Denmark were treated to a with a lace cloth and centered with an Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. and' Information Services In a
r swim and picnic party Monday June arrangement of white daisies flanked Walton C. Clemons and !Mr. and Mrs. graduating class of S.OOO from the
12.at Steve Denmark s Kingsley Lake by crystal holders with white tapers. W.J. Thornton all of Starke. University of South Florida at Tampaon
home. Mrs. Collins presided at the punch Sunday afternoon June II, in
Swimming, boating and dancingwere bowl and Mrs. Faulkner served the Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray Muggins of Curtis lllxon Hall. Her parents Mr.
enjoyed during the afternoon. A. cake. Starke announce the birth of a son and Mrs. W.S. Baas, and family
spaghetti supper was served. Games with prizes and refresh- William Spencer, born June 7 in attended the ceremony.Mr. .
Parents and chaperones assisting In ments were enjoyed by the guests Alachua General Hospital. The baby
preparing and serving the supper Included from 7 to 9:30 p.m. joins Michael.6''*,and Andy 3'4' years and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire and
Mrs. Don Roberts, Mrs. The hostesses presented the old. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Mike Goldwire and daughters
Richard Mowry Mrs. Waldron Miss honoree with a sheet and pillow case George Huggins of Starke and Mr. attended the McDaniel family reunionat
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dobbs
Peggy Crawford, Mrs. Denmark and set as a memento of the occasion. and Mrs. James Norman of Keystone Twin Lakes. Ga. Friday to Sunday.
Norma Jean Webb-Michael Dobbs Steve Denmark. Heights.

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Norma Jean Webb daughter father wore ivory gown with square : '
of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Webb. Sr. neckline and fingertip sleeves. She ; _
of Jacksonville became the bride of wore a waist length veil and carried a ,,V

Michael Lawrence Dobbs.son.of.Mr. ,..casealk: .UJ-lRt! ; legt.DJ) ...4tIII! ? .w.itb.,_ ...,.. ....,......
and Mrs. Arlie J. Dobbs of Lawtey, .. blue satin'ribbon, ". \. ;,. .
Friday. May 12: at 7 p.m. In the nero' /A reception waif also held at stile ... -.
itage Club of Jacksonville with Dr Heritage Club.
Paul K Wrenn performing the
nuptials.The Nettie Petersen poured punch Don
couple stood in front of an archway Petersen cut the cake and David
decorated with arrangements of Sparks. Jr. kept the bride's book.
blue and white gladiolus and carna- Following a wedding trip to Disney D
tions with a branched candelabra In World the couple Is residing at 615 N.
the background Water street.
John Smith attended as best man. The newlyweds are both graduates SAVE 10C
Shirlyne Sparks was the only bridal of Trinity Christian Academy. Mr. PEPSI COLA aria i 1ANO
attendant. She wore a baby blue dress Dobbs Is In the Marine Reserves and HAWAIIANPUNCH
and carried a none gay of daisies. is employed as correctional officer at w1 OR'7.UP POTATOES
The bride given in marriage by her U.C.I.

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night.June 10, at their home on Gene and Mrs. Ervin Andrews and Mr and
street honoring Karen Jackson and Mrs. Roy Jackson.
Larry David Andrews whose Mrs. Stanley Miller and Mrs.
marriage will be an event of June 23. Darrell Perry presided at the refreshment -,
C Mrs. Vernon Reddish ,,greeted the lable. guests at the door and presented them was covered with a white cutwork
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Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Dale the Michael Pike Celebrate! HOTDOG or G 8 PAK 19c I 10'
Sheering of Starke announce HAMBURGERROLLS
marriage of their daughter Rebecca
Jean to Beville Thomas Outlaw son 9th BirthdayJune9 4/$1 ; ,
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h4 ,d H.B. Williams, Marilyn Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli Mary S.Yearfi: j ,
J McCallum and Tommy McCalhim, all returned Monday after two week's
H4,4 leis 'of Gainesville, were Sunday visitorsof visit with friends and relatives in I ."., 1/
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Rhoden. Pennsylvania and attended the 40th A*wo promised we art continuingwith There seem to b 1 wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs our Spice "profile." Sure hope{ superstition connected with Bay : : t
Mrs. Caye Lundqulst and Mrs. Tony Veltt in Reynoldsville! Pa. onMiss you have had a chance to use the ALL Leaves than almost any other spice. i i
1 Leona Witten of St. Petersburg were June 11. SPICE and ANISE SEED, or wUI Once a beautiful nymph was fleeing I t "a

_ last Wednesday visitors of Mr. and perhaps use them soon from Apolla. The gods turned her Into "i 1
Mrs. C.L. Dinklns. Patricia Myers of Macon. Ga. BASIL an evergreen tree whose leaves wereto t II
was home for the weekend. The smell of Basil Is good for the become the Immortal symbol of

____ Mrs. W.F. Herlong returned last heart and bead" wrote one of the 17th victory and renown,' or honor' and! {
from a week's visit with her Mr. Century herbalist, "and maketh a scholarship. The tree was the sweet- ,
r % +i Thursday and Mrs. J.M. Belche and man merry and glad." bay or laurel. Our word"baccalaureate"
sister, Mrs. Corlne Purvis In Gainesville daughters
N. who underwent Lynda and Sarah of Norfolk This delightful herb of the mint comes from "laurel t i
surgery Va.
p' ,a f arrived Wednesday to spent family (also called Sweet Basil Is berries" and "winning your laurels"
} days with their"mothers Mrs.Lila India and J
native to Hindus originally meant a wreath of these 53
Mrs. Albert Lee returnedlast
*k kyr Crosby Caldwell 'In Starke and Mrs. AcBelche plant it around their homes and leaves. ." .
after two week visit with
Friday a
in Lake Butler, and families.Mr. to insure while 1
Mrs. Dale Crosby and family in temples happiness a The Laurel tree Is native to the
romantic young Italian wears a Basil Mediterranean area. Bay Leaves is
Orlando while their husbands
National Guard maneuvers at were Camp on and Mrs. Carlton Purvis ofWaWnsville sprig as a sign of being In love. In the approved term for this spice but 1
Ga. were last Thursday France it Is called the,.herbe royale the name "laurel" is still seen
: II Blanding. overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul and Its aroma Is hlghy esteemed In frequently. A large leaf, it measures f
w G. Brown. that lood-lovln'lI.Ilfon. Basil leaves
J up to 3 inches In lengUi.
Mr.and Mrs. W....Stelnmeyer, Mr. I
are bright green, and up to It* inchesin "To win a laurel wreath for your ;
and Mrs. Mark Herlong Mr. and Mrs.
Refinishing! Class To Be Offered F.V. Herlong and Mrs. Hall of Mrs. Harry Monty and guests, Mr. length. brow put a laurel leaf in the stew pot
Jacksonville visited their mother and Mrs. Lloyd Andersen of Naples Basil leaves rival'o"lano as a now," goes an old saying. The aromaof
Horn economist Mary Yrarta demonstrates furniture refinishing In Mrs. W.F, Herlong during the, spent Saturday at St, Augustine. seasoning for pizza, spaghetti sauce Bay Leaves Is unique and excellent I
preparation for a workshop July S-7 sponsored by "the Bradford County weekend. and tomato dishes. They add with meats, potatoes stews, soups
Extension Home Economic office Mrs. Nancy Gunter of Temple appetizing aroma to vegetable soups, sauces and fish One or two leaves are
The sessions at the old Armory (across from BUS will run from I a.m. to 4 Mrs. Mack L. Jr. of City Calif. is visiting Mrs. Mildred meat pies, stews and peas, zucchini enough. Bay Leaves are mainly ,
p.m. M bring a tack lunch!I This li the opportunity for you to reflnlsh that Framingham Mass, and daughter.. Woodburn. green beans or cucumbers. For the available In the whole form
certain piece of furniture" you've always wanted to redo Patti. of FSU spent Sunday to gourmet touch, sprinkle Basil over These fragrant leaves reach us
Please call ...-.2110. Extension ZM. for reservations and Information. A list Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Commercially. before cooking. from Turkey, Greece Portugal and a?
of materials you need to bring and a list of supplies that will be furnished will be Williams Sr. Mr and Mrs. Charles Fields of Basil Is used In the Yugoslavia
mailed to you. There Is no charge for the workshop Jacksonville visited Mrs. J.H. Fieldson preparation of Chartreuse and other Y

Mrs. W.H. Thomson of Montlcello uv Sunday. liqueurs.Basil ALLSPICE: ;
"*- "" Is In the United States I
.c- spending two weeks with Mrs John grown Not only was the Allspice tree discovered t'
Griffin Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Patrick and and also Imported from France, in the Western Hemisphereby 6
and Miss Lillian
Miami Mrs. John Eggers and children 01 Mrs. R.P. McLendon returned last Brad Hamilton will return with his family of West Florida are visiting Hungary and Belgium. the early explorers, but It refusesto \\1
and Mrs.
Jacksonville last Marie Hale of Thursday after ten week' visit with grandmother for a week's visit while her mother, Mrs.Gladys Weldon, this BAY LEAVES bear.when moved away from Its i:
were Wednesday friends end relatives III Tennessee Bill Hamilton will visit Todd Thomson week. The Patrick spent the first.of Caribbean homeland.
guests of Mr, and Mrs. B.J.
Eggers. the week at Disney World.
Carolina. these leaved
and North In Tallahassee --I '' C In summer, shiny ''IJ
evergreen trees of the myrtle family ('
are laden with berries which when I.
2)J.y.K-. dried. resemble oversized smooth'

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--- Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Norman and spice, but in some sectors, particularly : -
sons Mr. and Mrs Tullie Norman and the West Indies, the old Spanishname I
1 FOOD Miss Rhonda Sapp visited Mr. and "pimento" is still used.
'.. Mil IfBGiMJS s Mrs. Jimmy Adams in Alachua on "Allspice" was named that because
c Sunday.Mr. its aroma suggests a blend of cloves
cinnamon and nutmeg. It shouldn't be
and Mrs. Kobson Duffy of confused with"mixed pickling spice"
FAIR Jacksonville visited her parents, Mr. which Is a mixture of Allspice berries f

e ErNfcSIJfctftttt e and Mrs. B.J. Eggers, on Sunday. and a dozen other confused. Nor
ypri should "pimento" be with
l ,/"- e e e Miss Jean Mundy and Miss Sharon "pimiento" which is a kind of red
J; Sofford of Tallahassee and Bobby pepper used as a garnish.
i / r it A ,Sofford of New Orleans spent the Allspice berries are sold both whole
weekend at the Mundy cottage at and ground. Use whole berries In
Kingsley Lake. meat broths. gravies pickling liquids.
Ground Allspice Is delicious in fruitcakes

KRAFT LARGE FRESH GRADE Mrs J.M. Edwards, Sr: has returned ; pies, relishes: preserves.
DOZEN after two weeks with her Good too with sweet yellow
} BARBUE SNAPSHOT I grandchildren In Jacksonville while vegetables and tomatoes. C

'Olrl EGGS their parents, Mr.and Mrs. J.M. High Allspice reaches us from Jamaica.
Guatemala Honduras and Mexico.
SPECIAL were on a Caribean cruise. Mrs.
SAUCE 49 Edwards also attende the graduationof
,: her granddaughter, Tara High ANISE SEED)
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$ 29 Keunlng. direct distributor "evil eye in olden times, this small
18ozBTL. 1 of Amway Products has announcedthe gray brown seed of an herb of the
OFfER.GOOD JUNE 1SIH THRU JUNE 21, 1978.J BACON LB PKQ. save aoe awarding of a Personal Sales parsley family Is unmistakably idea
Award Plaque to Christine Rewis ofqr tified by its licorice flavor It gives

f.. .. .. ,.RUlW.Mf.r'p/ : *,Dtaoue.can be w.characteristic aroma v' "'*. to wnaaymtMenssjii1Anise anisette and '+" 4"" __

S Le.4L ". '+.rN.--s n.nit10013 Iua. 0N iMla., ,w MHMII.b. iMt Sliced Cooked Ham";.;..;$1" :: "- 'Amway earned annually distributors by any throughout of the 250.000 the .otherJlqueur.flavor:also resembles that of

ill w rr r lAVE fennel and Is reminiscent of tarragon.
world achieving a high personal
.: tykes Hot Dogs .... $1"1 ZO' by Most commonly sold in the whole
LAVI A' .r Nv1 ...fia aiii Otlt MV sales goal. form It is used in cookies cakes, fruit

11 'r 20' \Cottage Cheese *ClIP 33pMrtr ZO' Mr.and Mrs. Herb Johnson and son, cups and compotes. As the Roman
me MMM HJIFMI 99'IAVf Richard of spent naturaUst Pliny said. "It serves well
American Cheese Food...
a Saturday and Sunday with her for 'seasoning all meats and the
"-'" IAVf "
Swiss Cheese *..n.* 89 10- parents, Mr and Mrs. R.R. Chism. kitchen cannot get along without It. ,
excellent for chicken
e It Is an spice !
"" .
11 Cheddar Cheese Wedges, '51"1 10' Robert McNeal of Cocoa Beach and duck and veal dishes. ,
S .... Originally from the region east of
A : -rrCottage James Andrews of Bourne Mass.
; Cheese III ClIP s I" AYE were Friday to Monday guests of Mrs. the Mediterranean today Turkey. ,I
mntt.MMasta CAWf Joan Chitty and family. Spain and Syria are our chief sources
Singletons Shrimpnrenaf4 MM of Anise Seed. "

n I nwr ii IAVI Mr. and Mrs. R.CX Dansby were KNOW YOUR SPICES I

CHOICE .Breaded MinlShrimp20'!, Sunday :dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Since World War II. more and more'
t Bat fMt ClUsT
Fish Sticks III.. SI51 Edward Davis in Gainesville. They Americans have been finding that
Packham In
: also visited Rev. Merle
hold the to in
warn key creativity
Oscar anawu.ru Mayer Bologna rn, Hi 1''ua e Sunnyland Franks an Ka JinswiI jo"Hn a.o TurDot Fish Fillets .M4' T: North Florida Regional Hospital.Mrs. spices cooking. '

irtni wan raw MM C SAYE stviwe l'--! sc A stew Is a stew until It is begunwith I
Hormel Sausage ..w NA 99 N' Kraft Cheese .,... Matlaw Shrimp Rolls,.,, 41" ZO' JS. Walker and daughter. a bay leaf and some peppercorn*
one SAVE Cheese loaf "" Cindy of Fort Lauderdale and Robert and Is given some dashes of herbs like I
.. tI sloe
Morrell Pride Sausage 03 40* 11oo. Fish Burners n"". Sill la' Underhill of UF spent the weekend marjoram thyme and rosemary anda I
with Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief. hint of Instant minced garlic. Or. as i
>> e "' .(DI_;" the Greeks do it-a stick of cinnamon. j

le'r' I '', Rev. E.F. Montgomery. Sr., Mr. Or a splash of curry powder or chili I
). : : iN'NiR\\ : and Mrs. E.F. Montgomery Jr. and powder. "
CREAM ; son Jim, Mrs. HL. Tolbert. Mrs. This country now uses 451 million
STEAKS ,BOLOGNA. ,SAUSAGE George Oldham and Mrs. J.F. Daniel pounds of spices a year according to

119, : !$.1 9 : of Lake City were Friday dinner the American Spice Trade Association. -
'.. II guests of Mr. and MRs. David : Per capita that's three times
Montgomery before attending the what the consumption was right afterWorld
BHS graduation War II. And the rate continuesto
grow. I'oundage Is up 60 percent In
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mathews and the past 10 years alone.
EvcyDayl.owPrlcc; family of Maitland were Sunday A rew'months ago the spice
GULF @ visitors of his parents. Mr. and Mrs association surveyed I.Ouo homemakers -.

Carl Mathews.Mr. representing a careful cross
MOTOR OIL section of areas. Incomes ages. etc.."'
PAPER MAID VLASIC and Mrs. Nealy McConnell Sr. and found that t as part of the increased

COFFEE FILTER 30W S of Olustee and Mr. and Mrs. Joe usage of spices, attitudes have been
cad[ changing also.
McConnell of Breman. Ga. were
too & $8.00 Alm"oar; oT RELISHES Friday to Tuesday guests of Mr. and The majority of women said they .
CT. Mrs. Nealy McConnell, Jr. now consider spices to be "everyday'
DECORATED HQT DOGINDIA.HAMBURGERSWEET. ingredients of cooking not !simply'

KODAK ,: ,.: .;:;eijs: -.:- Local admittances: to Bradford occasions."gourmet"" Most or.of the for 'special
County Hospital this week Include: respondents
FILM COFFEE MUGS Mrs. Bamer Lowery of Lawtry; also asked for more Information on
11O OH Azo- "' 100z William Earl Goodman. George spices and how to use them, which Is
JO SXPOSUNSS lOa* 39e Prevail, Mrs. Esther Bowles and Mrs. what made us feel I that the series we

voun 969 ASSORTED JAR s Grace Monaco of Starke; Jeff Todd of are beginning today will be of interestto
CMOICI Brooker; and Mrs Emma Rohlin of many of our readers. Incidentally.
Keystone Heights. here are some of the other findings:
about the average housemaker as she
'Are ase MORTON his relates to spices:
$4V'49 Michael Stephen White received
n' niisn CMKHKM She's tried 20 different spices.--
1 Use AM Ms masters degree in Business
.5117th" I U sox r5Oler :
I arw IMM AL s/rs .... ealaia5 Ar Administration Health and Hospital -she,bas 17 spices on hand ((
GLEEM POT ""+ Administration at the UF graduation -She'uses more kinds of spices .
SHOULDERS t TOOTHPASTE SHAMPOO ? ;IS499cSARA a to Saturday. Michael has accepted a than she did five years ago.* :*j

7 SHAMPOO position with the Gainesville VA -she uses spices more frequently,)

v. $219'' LEE == L AMBRECHT After graduation the today. jt
14oa sod 74 families of Mr. and Mrs. White, Mr. -She callsapic.. "very Important". :
LOTION TUaE' POUMOCAKI919NUTWOOD! and Mrs.Olin White and Mr. and Mrs. In her cooking.She .
PIZZA Edward M. Powell, had a covered uses spices primarily to,;

AR N.- dish luncheon at the home of Mr. and "Improve" flavor, and secondarily to1;,
'a '
"' .=.. Mrs. Michael White In Gainesville. "vary" It. ; ,jf,
GLAZED OR I4< VAU.SAllt -he' most likely to use spices Co '
.0 NUTS 59C Miss Jean Mundy Is in New York fix stuffings casseroles, roasts

e City Monday to Thursday teaching a hamburgers, poultry. .. .
IIU1'woc.D YOUR <. course on Leisure Education at New _Her favorite nationality foods
tau... ...s sue _.. ;
CHfOffCC'l York University! spaghetti chill, and lasagne. :
Bum '2/89c She's a home canner. .rei 1
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ski of -She'. a baker and
Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. B.J. frequently cookies.., cakes and '
; ) I\Vt :\CPStt; .S' 'S: SAVE )KJ''.'. SA H' S f1'! '> ',' ro : e: '::1: "A ;f. 1)1) rYII" 'f'.JJ. Rggen; on Wednesday of last week. -When,.baking, spices are used!

!. KIEL lOtgf'S I II I KELLOGG'SI' I III GHARMiN : : HEFTY TALL \ Atlanta Mr. and were.Mrs.Saturday Charlea :overnight Webb of most prepared-she often adds foods In cookies spices. ,and to pies.packaged,. ,:?,.

i| SUGAR SMACKS J I i{ SUGAR POPS I : TOILET TISSUE : I i KITCN.N "AG. J guests of Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson. Next week we' will start- a series ofpice ,:
j 1MPACKAal J j i 21' vw. ri., I j COUNT j "profiles./ :

I -ors- err.... 1rr1.. "' 1 I LM nn.. Mar MM -. JM II. HI. J Ml :. .... I ,.. I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williams and For futher'lniomiaUon concerning
Um. saw MM ,
r Ml It; l l MM Ml am.Un a MM
L- W. JM II.
,:Aa..r..rrrrrrr J '-......---------. -- .-.--__._____ -./, V i....._________M__mJ daughters of Jacksonville visited his your household, write to your County
parents, Mr, and Mr,. Mack Extension Home Economics Agent.
Williams, on Sunday. Mary S. Yearta, P.O. Drawer. 1028..

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LAWTEY 0rd49by Tenn.

CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mrs Robert Lee Mrs. Judy

Elisabeth. Terry Becker.and Mr. Terry Qglesby were
Church ., G di Sunday School 10 hostesses for a Stanley party onFriday
V a,m., Worship Service II aim and 0 PhoIIe1112UOO'u Jennifer of Huntsville. Ala. and Mrs.' night at the home of Mr. P 4v .
p.m.. Prayer Meeting. Wednesday 7p.m. PERSONALS Ernest Hewitt of Tallahassee, their Robert Lee for the benefit of the
.. YPE Friday at 7 p.m. United Methodist Women.
Mrs. Pat Welch and
Evergreen Baptists Sunday School R.C. Moore of Lake City visited his granddaughter, sympathy of the
of Jacksonville Deepest
Service 11 a.m. and parents.Mr.and Mrs. Fred Moore on daughter Tammy
10 a.m.. Worship Friday with their parents and community Is extended to Rev. and '
7 p.m..Training Union 6 p.m., Prayer Thursday and then went to spent grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlle Mrs. Leonard Melton and family due a'k
Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. Jacksonville. to the death of their uncle Mr. I
Dobbs. '
Charts Radio Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Davis of Lake
Baptist Mr. and Mrs. James Anders of Charles Johnson In Jacksonville
Program on WPXE at t a.m. Sunday City spent Sunday afternoon with Palatka and their mother Mr*. Alma DeWayne Moaley a M .tip
law and sister Mr.
Bible School 10 a.m.. Worship Services their hrother.in- of his grandparents, Mr.
dinner guest of supper
Anders, were Sunday
Mrs,Wendell Sander family.Mr.
it a.m. and 6:30 p.m.. Prayer and Futch and her son-In-law and daughter, Mr and and Mrs Lonnle Teston, on Saturday
and Mrs. Ralph
Meeting On Wednesday at 6:30: p.m.
and evening
Jenkins son Robert
Mrs. Johnny
First" Baptist Church Sunday family of Black Mountain. N.C. spent Mrs Robert Lee was a supper guest '
School 9-43: a.m.. Worship Services U the week with their parent, Mr. and Milliard.Mrs. Shirley Knowles and sun of of her sister Mrs., Betty Tresca. *
a.m. and 7:30: p.m.. Training Union Mr*. Willie Mrs.Green Joyce of Starker Futch of Macclenny spent Thursday afternoonwith Saturday evening on, Spring Lake atKeystone

6-30: p.m. Prayer Meeting on mother visited them her grandparents, Mr. and Mr. Heights.
Wednesday at 7:30 pm. Blackshear Ga.and on Arlie Dobbs Mr*. Alphla Parrlsh and Mrs Onle
Grace United Methodist t Sunday Wednesday Thursday.Mini Elizabeth They Mr*.Cora Hodges and Mr. Marian Thornton of Auburndale\ spent Fridayto
School 9-45 a.m..Worship Service II visited their aunt. Hall of Jacksonville spent the Tuesday with her sister Mrs.
a m. and 7:30: p.m., Methodist Youth Terry on Saturday. and Jana and weekend with their sister Mrs. Pierce Crews and her daughter Mr.
Fellowship at 6:30: p.m. on Sunday Mrs. Tom Whaley Hicks. W.F. Atwood,Sr.,and other relatives.
night. Choir Practice Wednesday at Midi of Tampa spent the weekend Hester Fiahburn and
Mr Nellie Mr. Ode Dobbs and daughter of Mr. and Mr* Jerry
with her
7:13: p.m. t, Mrs. Annie Mae Crews, and
Lake Butler Mr*. Mary Lee White family,
i Mill Cheryl Boyette and Mis*Josie Wilkinson, sister. Mrs. Daisy Boch. head, and Mrs. Emmaline Roberta Mr.and Mrs. Jerry Glance and family
Capehart. School and daughter Miss Lynn Whaley. of Palatka were guest of Mr. and
Saturday afternoon guests of her
recognized were
of Blackshear
graduates, will be at the Mrs. Joyce Futch brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodges and family on
and -
her daughterinlaw.
morning service. June U. Ga. visited son afternoon.

The MYF met at the church after Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch of Mrs. Arlie Dobb Garlitz of Callahan Saturday Mrs.Jacqueline Lines and daughterof ............. n. >
Miss Angle .
Tuesday evening, and her 'tIU'<< ou.'u .uu Duncan and
Starke. on James
and refreshment School$ Prfniclpal
Bible Study games the weekend with her friend, Sumter S.C. spent a week with her Elementary students in Mrs .
Elizabeth on spent .
Miss Terry, Wllkerson.Ntfrrria
for the evening. sister volunteers Anna
kept everyone busy Miss Vickie Nlcula. parents. Col. and Mrs. William Judy Becker' class visited historic parent Reverend
Ticket for the spaghetti supper at Friday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Dobba of Starke Wilson. Olustee Slate Park In Baker County Eunice and
the church on June 25 at 6 p.m. are and Mrs. Henry Hodge flew to of their Mr. and Mrs. Gene Murphy of William C. "Will" Wright. Pastor of,
available from any of the youth for New Orleans La.. Friday night. on were Friday afternoon, Mr. and guests Mrs Arlie Starke and Mrs. Emma Hodges were last week. th*Ideal United Methodist Church .

SUO each. ? Saturday they shopped and crossed grandparents Sunday dinner guest of her son and Local Park Rangers toured the park Their trip also Included a fossil-
Next regular meeting is Sunday the Mississippi River. They also French spent Dobbs.Mrs. John Tye. Jr. visited her daughter-in-law Mr. and Henry with the local students, telling them finding hunt on the shores of Ocean
June 18. at 6-30: p.m. at the church. several hours touring the On mother. Mrs. Kathryn Milliard of Hodges and fatniiy.Sarah ; the story of the Civil War battle of Pond Lake in the State Park and a
Highland Baptist: Sunday School section and Bourbon Jacksonville on Saturday afternoon, Hodges daughter of Mr. and Olustee. stop at Florida Reptile Land on the
lOam, Worship Services U a.m. and Sunday they enjoyed service a guided at First tour Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs of Jacksonville Mrs. Henry Hodges was a Sunday The children took a picnic lunch on way home.
6 p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday at and they Church of Kenner, La., a were Saturday evening overnight and Monday guest of her -- --- -- -- ._ '-U
7:30: pm.Laura. Baptist guest of their parents, Mr uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Y a Jr 1
Baptist: Sunday School 10 suburb of New Orleans. They re supper
Service II a.m. and turned home Monday and were happyto and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Murphy.
a m Worship Mrs. Earl Troxell Is spending sometime Mrs. Wendie Smyth and daughter
7:30: p.m.. Prayer Meeting be back. with her son-in-law and daughter.. Elizabeth of Jacksonville spent the
Sanders of Jacksonville
R M.
Wednesday 7 p.m. weekend with her Col. and
visited his brother and slster-ln-law Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly, and the parents
Smyrna Missionary Baptist Mrs. William Wilson.
andfamily of Jacksonville.
Sunday School 10 a.m.. Worship Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Sanders new Mr.baby and son Mrs. Tommy Talley and Gene Murphy, Jr. son of Mr. and
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., BTS 5-45: on Wednesday. of Jacksonville were Sunday Mrs.Gene Murphy Sr., was a Sunday
Earl Barnes of family )
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Mr. and Mrs. Johnny and of his r
Monday guest
p.m. visited their brother dinner guests of their mother Mrs. overnight
Louisville, Ky.
p.m. John Sr., and brother and sister uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Henry
law Mr and Mrs. Tye.
and sister-in- ,
.... .
Barnes and family Friday in-law Mr. and !Mrs. John Tye Jr": Hodges
SUBARU '78 Brand New 'front Tommy and family. They served a birthday The Rivers reunion was held at

If'' and four whoel drive EPA rating I" until Mr.Monday.and Mrs. Wendell Sanders observed dinner for her daughter, Mr. Tommy Graham Sunday at the home of Mr.
I' 31 city 46 highway Immodirfte their 16th wedding anniversary Talley. and Mrs.George Rivers Among those
delivery From $3188 POE on Sunday. June 4. Mrs. Harold Eunice went to spend attending-:: .were Mrs. Pierce Crews'
W.slsld. Volkswagen/Subaru Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and ten days with her son and daughter-lit Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Addison and
1150 Lane Ave. S 'I law. Mr. and !Mrs. Emory Eunice, of family Mrs. Charlene and
Lone and granddaughter .
Jacksonville.- ..-,,-.-Florida'. .--_-'Ph. 761.55:1- ---: !..--.I daughter J daughter McKinney Ty Mr.demons and ,Mrs.Mrs.W.F.Iva Z&L..

Atwood, Sr. and family of Starke Mr. e
and Mrs. Keith Brockman and family >r'a
of Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. Ed dJ
Hicks and family Mr. and Mrs. ,

G & Y Spencer Crews.and Mr. and Mrs ++,.r' L'N I,
F : Johnny B. Johns of Jacksonville; Mr. k
II 111I1111I11I11I11I111I11111I11I1111I11I111111 and Mrs.,.Waldo Pringle and brother
William Pringle of Worthington

{tIff family centers Springs, Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Pringle, Lawtey Elementary students pose with Civil War cannon at OlusUe. lilate
Jr. and family. Mr. and Mrs. R.C.
Park. Back row CI-rl- Bill Stewart, Dwaln Newsom, Allison Davis t.ibby
Springer Sr. and family Mrs. Onie Davis. Joann Trevino, Valerie VYtlkerson. Front row- Phillip Lee David
Thornton and Mrs.Alphia Parrish of Jones Michael Miller, Levah Jenkins, James Marchant.M9CK9OOOOOC .
Auburndale. Mr. and Mrs. W.S.

Now save on Rivers Mr. and Mrs.Carl Hyman and
you family of Union Springs,Ala., Mr.and
Mrs Mike Clance of Keystone C=== = == >=OOC>OOOOOO=OC>OCMUIW

Heights Mr. and Mrs. Willie Rivers.
Jr. and family of Dothan Ala Mr. GI.RL. S C.QUT ED.

and Mrs Johnny,, Outlaw _and /her .... ,'.m 19dug'\'h"l
mother Mrs DL. Shaw.of' Alachua ,. sblud 91.. ... wm; riJIJO'l .ater" anuU to ",rob rtr&ern. ; no. M,.
DRESS >:SHIRTSMen's -.. .;; u .,-.. ... .. 1 Russelli'Green. of, Brooker.,..Mr. ,andMrs. t: x to : .' .. .

I Charles Henry Rivers and
family and his mother Mrs. Jackson
Rivers of Grandrldge. Fla., and Mr. -
and Mrs Leon Ellington and family of

Graham. .
Henry Hodges and sons attendedthe
car races at the Lake City
Speedway on Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Brockman and
family of Tallahassee spent Sunday
afternoon with their aunt Mrs. Pierce
Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Sanders and
family visited their parents Mr. and
\ t Mrs. G.W.Jackson of Jacksonville, on p.
Friday night.

Mrs Wilma Wainwright and her ,
granddaughters Miss Denise Durbanof
University of Florida. Misses Kim
Wainwright and Cathy Waters and a
friend Tommy DeLap of Lakeland
attended the graduation exercises of
Lee High School at the Jacksonville
Cotesium on Sunday afternoon for her
granddaughter. Miss Lisa Durban. a
I aj Lisa was class president and she
jut- 4' introduced Dr. Spiro of Jacksonville
University who gave the welcome
j address to the class. Bradford High School senior Irene Troop 61-1 finished its scout >ear
Miss Sherree ShiM spent last week. Wainwright.daughter of Mr. and Mrs. with a swimming party at the. Starke
end with Miss Shari Evan of Starke. E.C. Wainwright of Starke checks Golf and Country Club I lust Tuesday.
Miss Lone last weekend her list of things to take for a tour of After swimming refreshments
with Miss Rena Wilma of Hampton Pennsylvania Dutch country were served and membership stars
Lake. Irene was one of) 80 Girl Scouts and, badges were awarded Thanks
elected the only one from "Florida to Janet Kimutls. for lifeguarding(
travel to Lancaster County Pa. to Deadline for NeYliti Day Camp IISaturda
1H Chamber Officials participate In a Wider Opportunities )'. June 17. either with
," Buggies Bridges and Barndoors Carolyn! )Eaves: 964-51112. or with the

!'Tour Bradford sponsored by the Penn Laurel Girl Gateway Council Office. Cost Is $10
Scout Council.' for June W: through :30.
\ Selected after completing ah
f;,Furniture Factory application and interview Irene. a L'nitH arc plonnttl fur oil levels of
.. *.\YiA' < member of Senior Trooo 669 flew scouting and still hour
'It., Starke's Chamber of Commerce from Jacksonville Tuesday. June xcoiHOlder Kcouti! wi1'n '.m kind! onbadguutt
toured the Bradford Furniture Cor 13. and will return June 23. / well as vnjo>u% lu! nutdoorftititswimming -
factory after a luncheon Some of the highlights included in and camping
poration Thursday will be historic sites of Brownies, will be learning baton,
meeting at the factory. the trip louring
G.. June I.The the early settlers a visit to an Amish crafts swimming and more about
Chamber of Commerce house to learn about Amish customs scowling It Is an excellent
members lunched on hot dogs and and those of other "plain" religious opportunity for a small fee hope to \
beans before Morris Williams ownerof sects, a visit to the PennsylvaniaFarm see your scout there this summer.
the Bradford company showed Museum to learn various crafts
them around the 50,000 square foot of the Pennsylvania Germans and a Picnic tables for Neyati are starting
DRESS SHIRTS thank to Earl Jones
factory. trip to Hershey Park. to appear. Big you
-' The plant has been in operation onhighway The girls will be housed In the and'Mutual Lumber for the donationof
301. north of Starke since the dorms of the franklin and Marshall lumber for a table which is
Handsome comfortable early 1950's. Williams 'said his College and will have several days of completed. If you are interested in
shirt, we think you'll en- 5 0 0 ': specializes In wood dinette home hospitality before and after the this project we are still working on

joy. 65 Polyester 35% 4 1 EA. ;.".company.Pets event to get to know the Girl Scout having one table per unit for use at'
Cotton. Solids families In Lancaster County better. camp. Call me.
Assorted sizes. > i, ", ;< t.I t.

I Second Sess'loll of Swim Classes Offered by Gainesville; .."rr; YMCA" ..:' i

The first session of swim classes Ms Zimmerman says. '? ',.. i)
;*& A second session of. YMCA
Mothers must in the water with
..\ classes will be offered In Starke began Tuesday. June 13. But the go
'I a/.1.raen.ra.I.cN..r41_ICY I '''I i beginning July 11. according to Carol YMCA has had so many calls about children under four years of anew\ i\t

.... '. for swimming lessons that it believes a f 1 I.I '_ J-lft
0 .wn.uw" ,4 mmn.r .. -- ..." ,Zimmerman, acouattc supervisor
..fl.FM rNWU........M..." .... '.. YMCA. second session! will be well attended. Classes 'will meet Tuesday;
w........."....- ......4w.xwY / WI Will II' p r'the Gainesville
u _....- .-M.* L.e ..N rw.r. 4 1 Thursday and Saturday from 8:30'am.

11I1 I :.*.,!.:Cftn MM. a H f M M tt*IN t M.ttMlftMlk Ml Ml*.r pm....::*.* w carne s (11I1: ir.w N.prr/ r4r.rrr h r.nMal. !m..I 1111 r, VISA' l 1111I I I Tuba i Caper Ends With Instrument Return Starke. until Golf noon and Country July 11-39 Club.tune.,r..

_****._.!..,Iwp,.'...._ .,...._. n J
.. 1.. .. -_ .... KitliM Wilt
t i M m w '00 o.
... p. SA oy from this area. Requests by school '
rtlrw s,:.--.... 'Starke Termed police the "great Investigators\ tuba caper', the board attorney Jesse Wolbert failed to Cost tri $23 for country club I
members. Non-members, will be
from the parents. ,
'Instrument taken from Bradford bring any res pome
'Middle School and taken to Barlow Wolbert estimated it would cost about charged 138.There will be no refunds.If .

IBWiJI1IIlBID( ( : lI Jrul3 hall been recovered at a cost of 16 $500 for.legal proceedings. there the will YMCA be a has full to refund.cancel a clas-

1 LTJIIJ STORE HOURS: Man Wed.. 9-8 .worth Starke of phone police calls.reported Wednesday McClenahan.Police 22 arrested. of Starke Tuesday George, aI,

recovered In Polk June I, for grand theft auto a* the '
301 1 S. Starke Flo. Thur Sat. 9.9 Sunday 12-0 'County the tuba after was a formal complaint was, third participant of a theft April 21 Registration will be Thursday;June
filed by band director Mike Woodf in. from Town and Country Auto. 29. at the Country Club from 1:30 to 3
The tuba valued at $800 was taken to McClenahan was placed In Brad- p.m. Fees must be. paid at
i Polk County when the student moved ford County Jail. registration.


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*Larry Gibson Former School Official Dies
ed At Raiford I \,

Jrnl fashioned- fourth of l&' Lawrence H. Gibson 68. a teacher education and one in Latin American Textbook Committee for eight ywar*.. '
for Halford to celebrate and administrator in Bradford County Affaire In 1949, the first such: degree Gibson"- started the county summer ,11'1
and the dedication of schools for 21 years, died Saturday awarded by UFo He was the UP radio swimming program. He developed i
Ute ,- renovated recreation andcommunity night, June 10, after a long Wn.... station's musical director, a student the Adult Education Program. H*" ,\
center. Mr. Gibson was a member of the assistant In the Music and Spanish) Introduced: American Field Ser-
"The July 4 festivities will begin With Presbyterian Church. (American Department., and had his own vice Exchange Program sponsored by i ;'
music at..4 p.m., and dedication andrvcognltton Legion Post 56, the Starke Rotary orchestra at the Hotel Thomas. the Rotary Club. The.. first foreign ex- illaJi j -"
t of speakers at 5 p.m. A Club, and was a charter member of Ills first teaching Job In Starke was chang student lived In the Uibwon fk
he*chicken plleau dinner with all the the Starke Golf and Country Club. in English and Spanish\ In 1949. Gibson home for a year. r \ :
trimmings will be served following : 1 Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. was assistant principal of the high In 1900 Gibson did tile musical I : '
the dedication about 1 p.m on a firtpne : Maxine Gibson of Starke; one IOn school for two years then moved to cores for Allen'orrls' book, "11elk-' I
first served bails. Gerald Gibson, Morrltt Island; a the county offices as Supervisor of BOORS of Florida" "' j
Country and gospel music will b aJ ,A brother, Ralph Gibson, Mlddletort Secondary Schools until his health Hobbies Including writ lug. reading' e t
follow the dedication until a grand Beach Wisconsin, and one sister, forced him to retire In 1970. music, Coif,'herb gardening! photography "
finale' fireworks display( dark Wrs. Helen Ricks of Florissant Mo. During his 29 years In Starke Mr. traveling!! and tape re I '.
I Mayor J.D. Griff said he hopes the Gibson was known as the brains of Gibson was very active in school and cording '" ,
first annual Raiford July 4th celebration he Bradford school system and as civic affairs He was president of the Funeral services: were told Tnesf> '.1
win turn into an annual event. vw jeing far advanced In his Ideas for the Rotary Club, was commander of the day morning.Juno 13. In the DeWlttC: ""J i 1 1Ths
Visitors to the celebration will be able ichool system. For years he planned American Legion post was presidentof Jones Chapel with l>r, Jack O. !land
tq sea new playground equipment and !the schedule and the curriculum of the the area Supervisors of Education officiating. Burial was In ,' '' J
ire refurbished community center !nigh school. He Initiated many of the president of the Bradford Education Cemetery under direction of DeWitt
t new programs, some still going. Association. II. served on the State C Jones Funeral Home i I
Born In Elsberry, Missouri Mr. '
CARD OF THANKSWe Gibson was the son of the late Nelle M. ,. ..
wish to express our deepest and Paul II. Glbsoa He attended lava
gratitude to all our friends and celghv schools In Elsberry. His desire for } oJ
hors for the flowers, food cards of education and Interest In music is ''r
sympathy and memorials sent at the punned him to attend Eureka Illinois 0.,111
time of the loss of our loved one, Larry selected as Ouutaadlag You g M.q *f America for College and Northwestern University. .-- At Puce Please Return Container,

Gibson.Special thanks to the Rescue Unit He Education earned In a bachelor's 1938 from degree Western in You May Never Flnd'Such Bargains Again t'\ .'\\1

Dr.. Sundusadea and the Bradford Illinois University 'In Macomb. PITTOSPORIUM 'Z'359 \ "J
County Hospital staff. It Is such ,a Starke Native Sylvester Covington Selected Illinois. RItO .'6"

comfort: to know so many people shareour 1F r LIGUSTRUM Gr.en iffi* i?'..,>6"'s12e 2M i \
loss. ,",,,,''i, Outstanding AmericanStarke (
-TheFamlly.OlL.H. Young At one time Gibson formed his own VIBURNUM ODORTISSUM Reg. '3" $199'c
.Gibson orchestra and went on two. world tours Green And '
native Sylvester Covington, Covington, who resides in Daytona on ocean liners. v4g1 VarlgatedPYRACANTHA f2".$a 9A '
son of Mr. and Mrs Clarence Covington Beach with his wife, Garette, and He taught band and chorus In Reg. 4N'7N \
LegalsCALL and brother of Jeannie C. three children holds committee Illinois schools for five years. BOXTHORN .4.. '241 f '" "
Harding, has been selected as an outstanding memberships In the Daytona Beach J ,' Rep
Young Man of America for Chamber of Commerce; National Two years in the Army during WW2 OLEANDER R.g.12. .16" 131 & 349 '.
FOR BIDSTOWNOFBROOKER 1978 In recognition of his outstanding Entertainment Conference were spent doing USO shows in the Several Varlella. Of
achievement, superior Association and Phi Theta Kappa. He occupied areas of Europe. He also *l"-$3"
The town of Brooker will receive bids leadership ability and exceptional Is on the Board of Directors of the attended the American University_of JUNIPERS Reg' r'6" ,
to do mo Mrs forth town.AN rids must 'service to the community. American Lung Association! Space-- France.In 'ILEX ROTUNDA HOLLY Reg, M" 2" t
bs 1MIedMI1n the hands of the townptork Covington coordinator of the mulU- port Area Daytona Beach Citizen 1946 Gibson came to the
: not later then 7:30: p.m. July 11. faceted student at Alert Council, and Daytona Beach University of Florida where he earned ILEX CARESSA HOLLY Reg, 4" 249
1978 Breaker Ra. .. Daytona Beach Community College Community College Alumni Associa two master' degrees, one incries
The town reserves the right$ to rejsctany was born and raised in Starke and tion. ILEX BURFORD I HOllY Reg 14" *2 89
,and al bids.,
graduated from RJE In 1965. He Is )
also advisor to the Student Government ooooooooo Obitu a=. ::ooooc. ILEX BURFORDI. HOLLY Rea, 13" 189
Eve M. dark,,Town Dark Itchg: Association and a member of

the Student Activities and Cultural Conrad M.NlneD Ole Mae Redding 60 : ILEX COMPACTI! HOLLY Reg '2" 119 ;
Affairs Planning Boards.He Mr. Conrad M. Nissen. 79. of Mrs.Ola Mae Andrews Redding, 60, .11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH received degrees In electronicsfrom Keystone Heights, died ,Wednesday. of SR-12S. Lawtey, died Tuesday ; GARDENIAS R.g. 2- 'a" $ j 159.169
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Daytona Beach Community June 14 at his home following a long morning. June 13, In the Bradford
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. College' Business Administration .llness. County Hospital after an illness of ORANGE JASMINE .v'*" SI89 I ';
Florida Technological! University and Born on the Danish Island of Fuhron three months. ,
CASE No. 78-82 Masters In Business Management, March 10, 1899 Mr. Nissen had Born February 22, 1918. Mrs. j
Rollins College. While attending lived In Jacksonville for many years, Redding lived all of her life In north 120% OFF ALL OTHER PLANTSMake II ji
JACK M. COURTNAY end MARILYN R. school Starke. he was a member of moving to Keystone Heights in 1970. Florida, 20 years In Jacksonville and
COURTNAY his wife W. ROSS the high scheoi band, the baseball Mr. Nissen was a retired pattern & the remainder In Lawtey. i
COVEY end J. BROOKS BROWN, team member of the local Boy Scouts cabinet maker: teacher of the manuel She was the daughter of the late r
plaintiffs' and attended Greater Bethlehem arts; and minister of the gospel. He John S. Andrews and lola Ren/roe,
Freewill Baptist Church. was a member pf the Park of the and was a member of. Evergreen
Palms Church. Baptist Church.
POINT OF THE WOODS CONSTRUCTION ooooooooooooooo Survivors Include two daughters. Survivors Include her husband:
COMPANY INC., RIDGEWAY Methodist Youth Mrs. Cornelia Men-ells of Flagstaff Horace M. Redding; a lOll, Richard His Life A Little Easier With A Top Quality, Work Saving Gilt, .
ROOF & TRUSS COMPANY INC.. Ariz., fc Mrs. Anna M. Collins of SL Redding of Jacksonville; three Now At Reduced Prices.."
LOWE'S OF GAINESVILLE, and B&H Louis, Mo.; one brother John Nissenof daughters: Mrs. Vivian Johns and II
PLUMBING COMPANY. Dofendants. Vacation Church School Napa Calif.i; one sister Mrs. Elllen' Mrs. Sherry Herrln, both of Jackson-
Monday,June 19 thru Friday June Kakushke of Hamburg: 4termany; II ville, and Mrs. Sue Kimbrell of Nashville \. t| SAVE ON A WEED EATER I|
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE 23 will be a special week of for grandchildren A 5 great-grand Tenn.; four brothers: John A. '
FORECLOSURE SALE! the older youth from the 7th grade children. Andrews and William 11. Andrews, \ One Of The First & Best Nylon Une Trimmer
Public notice is hereby given that pursuant thru 12th. Funeral services will be held at 2 both of Starke; A.T. Andrews of illS Fast Safe & .
to and hi toomp.ancaw4tJ the The youth will meet at the Church at p.m. Friday. June 16 in the Park of the Gainesville, and Paul Andrews of St. Th9 Easy '
Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure 7 p.m. on Monday thru Wednesdayand Palms Chapel with Mr. Lester M. Petersburg; five sisters: Mrs. Emma Needle! : r
entered In this cause on June 8, 1978, visit other youth groups In the Collins & Mr. Robert J. Willey :i wlI of Wauchula. Mrs. Gertrude G.enulne ,Model. 607 Reg, '69" $5288' !
fha undersigned, as Clerk of said Court area. On Thursday afternoon, the officiating. Burial will be In Keystone Walker of Ft. Myers Mrs. Elva LeeOtwarda .. ". ".
*fN on the 28th day.of June, A.D. 1978. meet at Heights gntetery"\.Inder; \ the djreo- and Mrs.,.Bonnle.Owen*., JL .ftllr..ERj? t.f ,= :"," ": Z .. .
mind MlrrowrLaket : .,
soil the following described real property Journey to Man ''of DeWitt C.: Jones.' Funerai'Home. both/ of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Juanita w V. [>Mo3WM7 f 'Reg.9rf- f "..$6988.. ; < 'j I i
situate In Bradford County Florida tot Interlachen for an over night retreat Wills of Wilson, N.C., and eight EDGER.MOWER ,
''t. and return Friday afternoon. All In lieu of flowers donations may be grandchildren.funeral Cordless
t 11. Keystone Oaks a subdivision youth in this age group are Invited to made to the Park of ,the Palms services will be held at 11\ I-I $4995Model /
recorded In Plat Book 3, Pages 48 end attend. Nursing Home. a."' today (Thursday, June 15) in 108 Only
48A of the public records of Bradford DeWitt C. Jones Chapel In Starke with
County, Florida .Fish Fry IWv. Charlie Redding officiating.
Both the junior and senior youthgroups BIIS Students Burial) will be in Long Branch Ceme-

it public auction to the highest bidder for will sponsor a fish fry in the tery near Maxvllle.
cash at the East front door of the Bradford fellowship hall from S to 8 p.m. on Celebrate the Arts I ID MO Off I
County Courthouse In St.IIrU. Saturday, June 24th. The menu will ..- '
Florida during the legal hours of sale. at Include mullet, grits, slaw, hush Bradford High School devoted the Mr.Walter Rudolph Weldemann \ Rear Bagger
On A
the hour of 1:00: P.M..same being a legal puppies, tea or coffee. Tickets are afternoon of Wednesday May 31, to a Toro
salM day and the legal hour of ..... now available from all the youth for a "Celebration of the Arts" on school Mr. Walter Weidemann, 74 a \. \ Self Propelled-21" Cut
DATED THIS 8th day of June. A.D. $2 donation. grounds.Bradford. resident of P.O. Box 144 Hampton
'1378. High's Concert Chorus passed away Friday,June, following With Kcy-Lectric( Start
George H. Pierce Cool Off Drama Club and art students jolMdtogether ] an extendedlines.\ ..
996 North Temple Ave. The junior your group had a cool to put on a showing of the fine Mr. Weidemann was born In .
6tarke Florida 32081 meeting last Sunday evening as they arts for their classmates. Germany and moved to the United sNow $32995
Attorney for Plaintiffs met at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J.E. The Chorus presented an open air States at an early age. He was a :i: 369
Denmark for a swimming fellowshipIn concert featuring dra.natlc and retired produce manager.
Glbert S. Brown their pool. Those attending were: musical selections from "Fiddler On Survivors Include his wife Mrs.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bradford Trade and Chris West Tract The Roof." Anna Weidemann of Perth Amboy. FREE Bagging Kit
County. Florida. Denton Allison Denmark, Jennifer During the concert students could N.J.; three IOns: Walter Weidemann 125 Law. *25<"> Vai.
6/15 Itchg Johns,Donna Thornton Kristy Johns, enjoy a sidewalk art show displaying of Plalnsfield N.J., Richard Bags ( )
Kelli! Carver Georgia eCaln, the work of second: semcstery BUS art Weidemann of Warrenton, N.J., and With Perchase Of Any Toro Side
PUBLIC NOTICE Tammy Dempsey Len Eaves Annie students. The art-work Included Carl Weidemann of Aberdeen Md.;
NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION Loper, David Little, Jason Polk and pottery, sculpture, macrame', and one daughter: Mrs. Marie Janelli of Discharge MowerThru
"Little John" Dempsey. Counselors mosaics. Drama club members in Hillsboro. N.J.; three brothers: Hein,
FOR CLOSING AND ABANDONMENTOF for the Dot Denton and Hans and Luther Weidemann of Penn,
group costume assisted with the art show.
A PORTION OF AN UNUSED Whirlwind II Models $16995
PLATTED STREET IN TEMPLE'S Sybil Dempsey. Mrs. Verne Schmidt Bradford's "Celebration of The Germany; one sister, Mrs. Hana
served rereshmenta. direr Lure, also of Penn Germany.
Arts" was organized by chorus
ADDITION The older youth held their regular Graveside funeral services will be
tor Bill McRae, art instructor Bobbie
STARKE. AS PER MAP OR PLAT weekly meeting at the Church and Sue O'Brian and Drama Club sponsor held Saturday June 17, at 2 p.m. at HIGH WHEEL
made plans for their summer Sally Hansen. Lake Nelson Memorial Park in
Plscataway, N.J.
304 and 305. IN SECTION 28 TOWN: program. POWER MOWERSThey

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Roll Easier T .v're Heavy Duty Built

You will take notice that In accordance D. "W.W1mD[ .. To Last Available Jn 21" 4 24" Cut-Easy Push,

with the provisions of Section 168.041. I. 'j e- Or Self Propelled4Model
wil be
Florida Statutes a public hearing .
Md by the Oty Commission of the sty .. t
of Stark*. Florida In the Oty rM on-. 633 2>4" Cut 6 HP
North Thompson Street on Tuesday.
July 1th.. 1978,at 7 P.M.on the Petition B&S Engine Reg. 339 $21888Model

of George H. Pierce, as attorney for See Our Reconditioned '
and Effl Masters "
Hubert Cooper HD5B2 2] \
Cooper Ns wife, freeholders which ,
petition was spread upon the held HomesPriced S HP. BaS Reg. >309'25888Bury |

meeting of the Oty CommMon .
on June 0. 1978 requesting that said
Commission dose and abandon that }
portion of the unused platted slyest' A Hahn : OFF
hereinafter described and renounce and: Riderei35 i
disclaim any right of Bradford County.Floridi ;
,and the public In and to the land I!, \,1//' ,I'y ,
lying within said portion of said. .est. \, Check The' Many Special Features' 1
and platted ...'being described: a* From Of ,. Tough Hahrt Rider Now. i,

follows: a ':: .Sealed All Gear Tmnaaxle With r

A portion of a 60 foot Street' lying b*. :2 Year United Warranty : ''r

loan Lot 1, Block, and Lot 1. Block 4. Cut .
er"1* -5. ar 8 H.P.
bounded on the West by Thompson ,;-
Street and on the East by Ralrosd right u Sta1.jieq854"
of way being 60 and 128 1/7 as per pat '......;.;,_. -.. 4500 ;:0; J
Town thereof of In Stark Tsmpto's. Bradford Addhkm County.to th* h. .-.....""": w.M......:...r..10 :.J..." ,.. ., 7199

Florida end recorded In DM Book G. fl"'
Pag. 304-305 Section 28. Township 6 Other Models Avalla le. Ala At Savings 8 To 11 HP.28" & Jt7"CU, .''jEtactrW
South. Bangs 22 East JI'. records of We Have An Excellent Selection Of All New ,, Or Recoil Start ': ]
Bradford County florida.
14'& Double WidesBROWN'S
Al htratd. parties may appear and _
bed at the time and place above s

1978.Dated .tH 6th day of- June- A.D., : JoiIN ( rp: I CARIEII ; I ISE.Y CENTER j ,

8y&MeIdl., Osriu (Phone, S4.bt46." .. )ISI'J', 'J"} ""d i

Itchy I/la Hwy 21 ( Keystone 473.3775' ', \,(. ",,

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THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFED that en This d'oenIJIIln daaaMcatlcn laaubfectto/ persona Interested shall bed'' for or I I.., .
IN EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND action for Dissolution of Marriage hat e public hearing to be held on Tuaaday. against the proposal aa specified In the :( l t''QI4' } !

FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. been fled against you and you are required June 27, 1978 at 7:30: p.m.. In.!the Zoning Code of Bradford County. t"1: ,,: : : : i 1- S
Room In : 'SJI.iI" $
of written Commission the Bradford '
CASE NO. 78223CAIN to larvae copy your County _,. .
defense. If any to it, on the plalntWe County Courthouse. At this time all Jerome John, Cnairman)

RE:: The Marriage of HOMER CLYDE attorney, whose name and address la parsons Interested shall bed" for or Bradford County Zoning; Board the 1484 weekly. sal'.ore 1 INSURANCE. aM8-r la.amuse I SEWING MACHINES ;

COOK. Husband George H. Pierce PIERCE 6 HARDY against the proposal aa epaclfled In !tat'Zoning 6/8 2tpd 6/16 ....... ........... free ,. Af***;, ranurawrf REPAIREDPetry *
P.A., P.O. Drawer 1030 Stork, Florida Coda of Bradford County. ..tal... ISM Easterly. I.&. a. a...... Bask ......... ........ apMlaKsta arm see 'j
and LaVERNE STEPHENS: COOK, Wife. 32091 and file the original with the dark ... MB. Lake CMrt ft.JttOSS. I,..... 4M.1181 Lake ..".. .... an..... ed ...*.!* !* |

of the above styled court on or before Jerome John, Chairmen' NOTICE mad application 4/131h ;;.--,.-';:=-u.1 7- ......all wrkwraat: iB
James M. Broom has see.as"
NOTICE OF ACTION July 17th 1978! : otherwise a judgement Bradford County Zoning Board to the Bradford County Zoning ".. I laUM.alaibMe. -... ., teed.basPSWe's. .

To: HOMER CLYDE COOk. may be entered against you tor the relief 6/8 2tpd 6/15! Board for redassiftcatlon of the property i tOCNCY. JOE 4M41M USHER*r. .... S80 W. ....., Lak.B ..1

1000( Gtenwood) Drive demanded In tha complaint or petition. described below from OR to' BA 20000Sq. ((lit:!\ fillFOR ; i j ion*:;. .tl.. 4/8 tfa/ekf <:w
WITNESS hand and the seal of \
Apt. Q-7 my NOTICE! Ft. out of parcel 4943 00100 ((18 .. -
j West Monroe, Louisiana wild Court on June 9, 1978. Mrs. Donald E. Furrow has made acres) mtaa Southeast of Starka Rd. N'T" ' r" : 'i' : CUSTOM: MADEDRAPERIES. $.'
Gilbert S. Brown 7 South S BR aea ..1 ( We ere sw
application to the Bradford 221 In Section 20 Township ( millNEW '
Aa Clerk of laid Court County ... : i ; ....... Ms el ..lor.... Pro>
j YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that Zoning Board for raclasaltlcatlon/ of the Range 22 East to build end operate an ... ... OH SR-UI. .. ,: Less. S S.pk.ms
Petition of Dissolution of Marriage heeI By: property described below from OR to bP auto repair shop. _..../ 494.2125 Joe .dksa.e.
OATS HAY 49.3211.4/1jelp
As Deputy dark S. Usker, Realtor.l _
and that
been filed against YOU. you life 4 miles Northwest of Starke on Rlalng CUSTOM IAILING. J.T.

required to serve a copy of your 6/15 4tcht( 7/0 Road, 20,000( Sq. Ft. In Section 14, This change In cleeafflcstlon subject( toe IR I ..'k. MOBILE P."'.... eall .....1055. 1125 TANK A GREASE'TaAP.

Response or "Pleading. to the Petition Township 6 South Rang 21, East out public hearing to be held on Tuesday HOME! ea ill ..... .* enlain ./tpd 1/11. SEPTIC........... as* UIM*.
I f' upon the P tlUoner's attorney Paul D. NOTICE of parcel of 10 acrea. To be used for Dog June 27, 1978 at 7:30: p.m.. In tha ..tr, ...-.**). .. r... k.r. ---------- .._k". Jee, Fr.jruV,
: Newell. Poet Office 664 Keystone O.K. Ely has made application to the grooming end supplies. County Commission Room In the Brad 18. WertkkiUa. Srla... FOR SALE 1/1 ACT Lei la 431-1012. AU b.slwnsrrtd.

\ Heights, Florida 326G6 end file the Bradford County Zoning Board for ford County Courthouse. At this time all ..*..1108. 6/1 tie Lake Bettor. Owear tin 1.1.-.

, I] original Response or "Reading in the recluesificBlion of the property described This change In classification la subject to persona Interested shall bed' for or --_.- .........PrIM la ria.....Jaaa :

1 I' Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court below from RIB to R-3 4.0 acres located a public hearing to be held on Tuesday, against the proposal, at specified In the FOR RENT Tbrse BR.11/I '8. Uaawv4M-S128, Reeks .....* site sad last wit' *,

on or before the 10th day of July.A.D., 1/4 mile North of Oty Limit on the left June 27 1978 at 7:30 p.m., In the Zoning Coda of Bradford County. bib brisk .._. .la CIt, el G..... Tablets EV.p"water

r J'I 1978.! If you fall to do to, a Default Judgment of Hwy 301 In Section 16, Township 6 County Commission Room in the Bradford Lake. Butler, adU Mats. FOR Lak. SALEt B.tl.r t siftS SR. km....)!. Dr..*, til allla"W. ...Aadr.w... LakeBetlM

will be taken against you for the South. Range 22 East to allow apart. County Courthouse At this time all Jerome John Chairman Reel E....... Realtor 46378 ._ Jaw S.Uakar 4MSIZ8. 11$ 6tak( T/ll y

I relief demanded. In the Petition. ment. "persons Interested shall be heard for or Bradford County Zoning Board feeeve stlMrssalkM.8IS .P.Raalter. -._.... ..,.......,.r.7
DATED at Keystone Height, day against the proposal l. as specified In the tt.ak1MAINE "

i County. Florida, this 9th day of June, This change claaiification la subject to Zoning Code of Bradford County. 6/8 2tpd 6/15 -. -" .,.\.,..,. -. -,' "-'n.-,-. ,,,-. FOB SALEi Tlmk.rU.4. .CARPET INSTALLATIONi la .11-
A.D.. 1978.! a public heating to be held on Tuesday A.rM-..Jaa 8.User. ..,41... Egerle.s.l
'' ....... ....... bed slit
I June27,1978! at 1:30p.m.In: the County Jerome John,. ChaIrmen ; 'I.ts'u, I ... .[..j i I1Z6, R.alter. ...d ........l ..rk. C.nRalford. =
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Commission Room in the Bradford Bradford County Zoning Board NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO : 43I4S22 alter S
.. ., !, FOR SALEi Caiar..kiirBkid
By: Virginia F. Derby County Courthouse. At this time all persons 6/8 2tpd 6/15 REGISTER: .
7/6 NAME *. a* 1 acr. n5411, 5'-
6/15 4tchg Interested shall be heard for or FICTITIOUS
H, lee
Haa 1800 RMdlf
I against the proposal l, as specified in the Pursuant to Section 80509 Florida $ INSURANCE *
NOTICE ..*dlate ....*.***. I...
Zoning Code of Bradford county. Emory W. Duncan has made Statutes, notice la hereby given that the AGENCYi ISO S. Lake A..... S. Uakar.. II......., 49K-S1U. CASH? W*any J J..k
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH Jerome Johns Chairman Merrill Dees, Rt. 1, Box 32- Lake. I.U.r. 494973.c.PIet.ls NEED
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN application to the Bradford County undersigned H. .......!Persia.. ......plsksps o4 tr...., ..*.
Bradford County Zoning Board Zoning Board for redaasiflcatton of the B. Starka Florida 32091, and Walter FOR SALE 14 ft. Vttail8 ...... Ray Psuk 49tlSl
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY 6/8 2tpd 6/15 property described, below from EA to Johns 1110 Colley Road Starka, >.nU. .. best |H....* will| er 4M.182*. S/18 tfa

CIVILACTION OR Three ((3)) acres located one tides, Florida 32091: doing business under the wltk traitor sad ..J H.P. ---,'
"D. AND J. WORM .. ....'4110. Scars -
CASE NO 73-148 of on South side of St. Rd. firm name of CkryiUr .
NOTICE west 6 FARM. 1000 S. Water Street Starka, ':WAKtJ. I:, _M.**, 8 n. It. *...*,
Township South
125 In Section 15 \\
Robinson hat made 4wedlttoe.
James W. Intends frs.r "'0.
MICHAEL WOODROW CALLAN Bradford County Florida 32091 1.
22 East, parcel 12100100 to 49157
Range .
application to the Bradford County said fictitious under the PkM
Plaintiff name
to register
Zoning Board for reclassification: of the allow two residences. Ins ttckgO/M TELEVISION REPAIR AT
v*. provision\ of aforaaaid statute. WANTEDi H.... ler Sal. DISCOUNT PRICES AT
from BA
described below to
CLARA RIFE CALLAN Defendant property This d'oangllin classification is subject toe Merrill Dees, Walter H. Johns, Lad Far Sale, I... S. JIM'S rilRNITUREi 451
R1C 3 miles South of Keystone on corner
owner U..r, Salter, 49.2124.APPLICATIONS Male. S,.. Lake lute 4 8298S. -
public hearing to be held on Tuesday, CALCULATOR
21 Iota in Santa Fa
Rd. three (3)( )
of St. ,
NOTICE OF SUIT of June A.D.1978! .
8th ,
Dated this day S/2 ll/eka
Shores parcel 6219-00100 In Section 1, June 27, 1978! et 7:30: p.m.. In the Pint KKNT:
NO PROPERTYTo Township 9 South Range 22 East to County Commission Room In the Brad at Starka Florida, (TWI.KKI.Vtr : :
: Clara Rife Callan 211 Jordan Drive, mobile home ford County Courthouse.At this time.all 6/8 4tpd 6/29 .r
Smithfield, Virginia 23430 NOW BEING TAKEN "\11.\ REGISTERLPGAS

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25.83 >*' lMrasa FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. Smothers, Secretary of State of the f
Jt 297 w3M 9..88 fi..,1 teooling State of Florida do hereby give notice
WAe ises that a GENERAL ELECTION will be heldin
ean..Nn In 3 .PMd.. edlas..bM e.OY ,Ony N .My :I CASE NO. 78-211 Bradford County State of Florida, on J,
tyatom year roundl I .......by 0as.rele. aw.e y.ir .r't I DIVISIONIN Tuesday next succeeding the first

VALU."UBI L- S Monday in November A.D., 1978, the

QUART ( '' 1 v REr.: marriage of LOTHROP N. said Tuesday being the SEVENTH day of '

a ice TRAYTOP CHEST; SMITH. Husband, and NOVEMBER to fill or retain the

SOPHRONA SMITH Wife. following offices:

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MNSNYLONJOGORS r"' J residence and address is: Governor and Lieutenant Governor

2-OALLON l':3: BAd 1.. aAYlLOd 373 Third Avenue (c/o Earl Jones),
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UTILITY CAN Mn' round w V-Mvk TMrta -
lJ YMyI ..eat b5e.P, r.abn k. I 3.37aartisicb YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Attorney
lwe.d se/assyNasP.r.T 9f'
.1.99 2.44 11 3.94 4s1 brat, MrM, I
J.2J:eat.! a MM *lwrt*. S 4*. Dissolution of Marriage ha* been filed "'' '
.. DltC.MHC/ Illil sspase.bM N dr Irn9ed IM.. Pa/r/sM15e set. As9.eawes *i a. *u by >nMWtanwrf against you and you are required to serve Comptroller l ,,'',
town turnllur t IM "
nv *
towprle*, (While,. .._,.Ieo'.) ? t L Ne.eils.asy le-..... tone atom* Men's 8JNX.XL.aj .bli.ed..ela.l a copy of your written defenses, if any '' ..\, ,I
w Olf"A".UVI to it on A.Z. ADKINS JR., Petitioner's State Treasurer

.. SAVE 100DELUXE A Udl YALU/US! Attorney whose address la: P.O. BOX
Commissioner of Education
FABRIC PLUORSCENT / TNNIt011 SHORT SLEEVE %6, Gainesville Florida 32602 on or before
MATTRESS LAMP.ATTENY WALK OR5SHIRTSfurl July 10 1978 and file the original

8.88 -. Ii i IwASLae OPERATED SNORTS 344 with the Clerk of this Court either before Commissioner of AgricultureTwo
service Petitioner' Attorney or
I 9.881 PORMEN on ((2) Commissioners Florida Public
r I' wgles Immediately .thereafter; otherwise! a
JJ Disc.PlC/ 4.98 Default will be entered against you for Service Commission

demanded In the Petition.
the relief
a Court of Appeal
1 -.1i-- ORSATSUV! ALUBPtVSI WITNESS my hand and the seal. of
First District CIRCUIT COURT
VALU PlUg, !AY2.lD HOPSACK CASUALS MEN'S / this Court on June 5, 1978. Judges Circuit Group 1 through


4.96 w 9.97 9.88 WATCH Situ we.hbr.er.9eew..Mews IiAI..Ik1 wy.n 1.1Z DiscPMCI. E 3a96 Court By: Marion McRae Deputy Clerk State Senatorial' Senator Districts:for 6 the following
6/8 4tchg
Has ow tooln. niton tttmtfrap. + aaC,NIeC! \
ALUMINUM7.MVALW .end handy mutr kit. WAa)1.r LEATHER yv Members of the State House of Representative

!AYL00 AS VE 11% NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO for the following House
REGISTER Districts: 25

1 ea u 5 Pursuant to Section 666.09, Florida Board of County Commissioner,
t 22.88 A / t WHITE JEAN Statutes notice I*hereby given that the Districts 2, 4

1 WAt74AS I I* !s MEN'S W-3*. undersigned John B. Campbell and R. Members of the School Board Districts

I IPK..TAPS$ II' t. OLi Q +tkr,N 6.88WA8L7* Joan Starfce Campbell Fla. 32091, doing 1503 business Pratt Street under 1,2,6 .

the firm name of "UNCLE JOHN'S OLD

YALUSPLUdf A 1.56 d t, j FASHION SANDWICH SHOPPE." Tsatimony' Whereof I have'hereunto .

819 S. Walnut Street Starke, Bradford Mt my hand and affixed the Great
PLUS, MULTI-BAND YALUPLU0sUEDEWALKABO { SAVE 2.00 County. Florida 32091 intends to Seal of the State of Florida et
GIFT UQHTERS RADIO, WA. f> tf"Ik mi IB1@H.Rl LEISURE JACKETS BELTS e register Mid fictitious name under the Tallahassee, the Capital this the

aesC. AM/FM era 4 88 MEN'S SIZES provision of aforesaid statute. Twenty-fifth day of. May 1978.
4.980eoMl John B. Campbell and R. Joan
.* ,,
M.Meli, -. 15.8CDISC. Liee.IekNd asst..,$4. Maw t. Was. 1*. Fwuu .M Naa..N. 2.88 i Campbell I, owner BRUCE A.''SMATHERSSECRETARY
...._igMw. LN .PWtC .._ hoar.Lrs,AM/PM k.ie. 542"sat 5.iw.NsSs alas'. WC.N6CI Dated this 1st day of June A.D. 1978 OF STATE. ;
at Starke Florida 6/82tchg 8' :

ALUaPLUIe'Th ...,.,.. rAUII'"UtJl.J VAUPLUSI 6/t 4tchg 622NOTICE '.
:. 1si '
1400 WATT, CIUIaT .
rwt '
? OF
Wile... 790 HATS REGISTER: :
12.88 (L lUI FICTITIOUS NAME Florida Pursuant\ to Section 8>6.00. 'Florida :
IM.811Ce Pursuant to Section BBS 09, i
A Statutes notice I. hereby given that the !
i the j
OMC.PMC I SIIVALw"uII t Statute,notice I*hereby giventhat
undersigned Den O. end Farrell Bennett. I
/ ;. Armond M. Lehman and1
SPLASM-OM LOTION undersigned Rt. 1, Boa 182-A, Lawtey, Fla. 32068 :
1 V A V[12% r.: Shirley A. Lehman Orchid Street. doing business under the firm name ofGARY'S !
u 1.88
Keystone Heights. Florida, 32666. doing "
BAn'1JJ1J yju.uen.itai MEN'SNYLOM of "301 QUICK SERVICE and GARY'SHEAL f
WA business under the firm name
AYP10 "
21PC.000KlTtlT "SURFER"SANDALS LIQUORS.2309 North Temple Avenue PIT BAR-B-Q. US 301 South
SAVE 25" COLORS.19-1J, La w t.y, Bradford County. Florida i
Bradford County Florida, *
;:8.88 940Z.SMMAL place 96I2.1 f Intend to ragisjer said fictitious name 32068 Intend to register said fictitious :
ram under provisions of aforesaid
fty. w A M" drat s..kd ,............. se... LN* lln n sateee AJliP&MlFla.011 ea under the provision of aforesaid statute. statute. I
sal,sewdwdnw.eM. WA'1.59 wee--sawesuaa'a WAtJW.K Mty/MMM.Mm-* Armond M, Lehman and Shirley A. :
den Q. and Farrell Bennett; owners.
Lehman owners.
'IR.e 5Kie:Sit. lulls Par PCHCl Dated this 8th day of June A.0.,1978. Dated this 1st day of June,A.D. 1978, :.
=CIGARETTE PRICES' | I Plua Florida. at Starke, Florida.
SaT: at Starke.
f's5j'T:' Tas 6/8 4tpd 6/29 1(9 4tpd 0/22. :

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J public ***- ***BB'
.iQM\< I '. . ". ,. .. _. ,, .. .. 0 ,I
Minimum charge .2..*. ,. >IJ '\ ." : 0 I"" ,,,' '0 "1 V 0\\.1 ((0 11II .0. , ,.1' ..f WATCH*RONI' LAKE I..1 .-

f f' .(Covers 1}VVordt) ; ., : f .', : ;, R$ I .H t : t Mr. acwly .laodicapedwaodd. rw'iUttjasREALTY- f
\\J 'iiWI M lfWlfil 0 .
Each word ever ISIII :" f ;" ... o.. ,It dt I 11t)'. l'R ''tit ,. ., ." ," ". : '''.' .. ,"; II I \\t'RVltt, 0 : ft:I tiJl\\ : I...... Saulh. private*l ,Slack H. all* r-

*cents .. .. ," .0 ; '" .. .1 I' o, .. ( rs0l, Phea. (.....7.1.. Ofl2uhg4IS. t

Sol; responsible error CETA POSITION, ..._ NICE FURNISHED: 1 "... BVBUKIOP STARKEi TV ANTENNAS Elpo SUPER A TRACTOR wk. ," y' ;; ..

when' given M' tie prior -. .oat be onsw/d/ I balk .........., ttgkla aad tttbrued. Suzuki d.you..... .......t.... ky Hr t .!..<. 'all .,.1,...., '..100. CUCUMBE SALE 9' ,
or when copy Ja not type|4lMd. Mw" ud ......... bat wits ........... P..... P...... M4-8020. 1640 SoutlWataut .. P.C.C. Ll...... .lo.knl...la.. D..... M......,., XS -8U1.Itpd : OR RaadPkoa :. r" '!' '
I d.iea. Moriaa.
antl brought .. thto nfaf,.. .......!, Ha ....... ... 11I441071. Itakf I/ 1101 South. li. P..... 4711549.S Slpd 8/15 par* '....5047. 4/n Itch* Hong;/ 164-7771 'i; '
SMW ... '
(Mvlcl Moa 1133SNr61rISif6rLrPTI r
r Apply u FU. BUM E.pl..;,. UNFU RNiii i i"'AP-F.S Slafko.l. tL.! !! ....___ USED TON..1 1/Zt.. 6/13 A. [B STARKt 205 N. TEMPLE FLORIDA \. \
.n4 Bnrvteo.. lot W. Call: Mint air ....... .... You .
: '. .Ir. T. R..sMM.I,1900 *a *
\ St.. S...... HONDA XL 115, SERVICEBradlord .... JOHN DEER; : Hon, tiigiotyl Cecilia Trwlllg "
; ltehg. 6/14 N. ,..... A_.. TANK .1. 8400 each. 01.... .
illlliGOOD I modal 6.000 mUoa. Heads ,
.. with. 11230. Phon
pUi MIL-TYPINO Stark. Phoa.. 964-8784. aad irs..bale. raaUoMlU .te. 40. Moklla. Homo Salaa. RR 100W Lucille Conner Spry F :,
rokalk *
; oagla
.",. -. ,- "' far dwl-ly. .. ....,. n. ...d. TFb; .. .. Laaa tkaa tOQ mUo. (Fully'_..relol........>.d,.Iwlnotrial..... 964DIXI. .... Stark, Itckg f/ISlurkoy Bobby..." .. 431.1176.6/8 Pearaea slier Slch till|, PUT YOUR Associate \ 1 .

PRICES PAID ee.II.. Apply I. ._. st .. *.gm. ., 6998 ... >. .lly. tf/cB HATCHING EGGS,wild 11111 I FOOT DOWN. 1446430FARMS n \ :;
fit 0''.. MeWl. H... ..... EFFICIENCY APT Adsk..dy. ... I..ZS. PbM 9644M7DaU .
.... *. .. bow.. U .act. -.------ |11..1..1. | aad wkIMgulMM. ---- -- ---- -
gag* I. V4 pay. ar mar*. 6/S Zlchg. ..111 a* ela, laeul E.- Powoll. *r 11.1_ BILL'S. SAW SHOPt (... ".M..E...,.. Bo.6ZR HOUSE A YARD BALE: by I ,, 1 1HTARK 1V 1i

OLUC8. MOBILE HOME ---.----- R... MM.1,1900 N. Tempi.*, lltb(8ISBULLDOZER__.____ __ plot nkwpoatag. service. ,. Stark. Ono 4lpd tit C...... .kfla aad n.ldi. A' -| j
SALES 964- 08. )p.. T Bterke. S/ll tl/chg 0iPERSOHU'J- dronlar., hard. carkMo" ,, Household. I'... Bad ..,.. HOMES t. .. t.1
day* oooHy." tile.. R.N. SUPERVISO'Rt i U 4 e...... ..... klodo kollooTnad Y"A tt"SATETFrid.i. ; .Vlftatarday CI..I.. cut b**.*. eolBrid COMMERCIAL '.i AS J -
( .k6l.StarkiNar.lo. HOBO.Pko.o MAKE RESERVATIONS : i : sad ..I...... Leave h.. l. t* I p... .... lit....., ".... ON YOUR \ rl\ i,.
WANTED! ...... bom. M4-6220. tile" far ...... ''' ,,,,, ( ... OWHIANO// 1
: uew vaoetioaea at .1M.... Sulldag) Supply N. US 301, Oat I* Helurday' OB* weak, llpd8IS "t.
.. .. .
OLIN-8. aad" tk-oo.MOBILE WI8: pick HOME up. ------------- ..pl., L..... 11""...* $UV i'CES Stark or Kayaton H.Ig..u.lrleA BuckCartw'a aid pkve" .. llpd6IS ,: I j jA
SALES. 084-8606 Opoa 1 "'.' 1111. 1/30 Uch5HOUSEKEEPING _______ RARE OFFERING OPEN HOUSE If
_____ _.. SIGN ..n.day .
day a weak ll/cbg CETA' 'VoSITIONi .u. WORK, REMODELING. SWEET i i"kr.. BESSENT ROADThiextraordlnary
., CUrkTrp4ol :: ROOMS aervlre. S. Rudy it t
_. .. llfr. Mint bo Bradlord sad Slaoplog .... ....1..1.1 .- Small dar, laadckarlaiaad BUILDING sad ropalri ..I...., TS .. ,.. ...... W.... Flea Market." Friday cypress early American home '
.. .
W4 .
U .
Pha .. .
k laaillyrooa
'" 0 d. Cal,.. .. ievellag. Now .e. Pkoa ...... with ctxiar shake roof :1 '
r .W. u aMa .. \1.....*.. Motel, M..... 6/1! Brick block.eoaer.t. .5.. ar 9848846.IUkg8lS Saturday Nuaday. Mo." 8> fireplaces rncampatMtpprox. t 4
( .. IS .. ol kit 10 5210. Jimmy 6/, : 01211AIRSTUAMI ,' In lit ) /.
: ; .pIe, t DS-301 4 ". aortk ., .. Flraplae.speelsllat. 4tp4 3 acres Just 2 years old It li p Inetly
IlllillllPLYMOUTH. wooko ... ...._... dldvoougod. Suhg 713BABYSITTING.y
.1' Stark. llpd 6ISDOUBLEWIDE _._ Crllllroa appointments. flare are ever 4000 tq. ft. of living : r'
: ::. : : :: : Apply. at FU. .-- -'-- .-' -.- -'--- -- .. ... 47JZ10II GA1AG6 8ALEt' ..;; ., : 1971. :31 It.. space 2 car garage porch a patio. Also on thefenced .l \l .
I r:
State CnpkiymoBt: SorvlMOld 473.1518. 8 a.m. Ul. Three lamlHoi.Coramko air r.nditlo..d..wdag. .If. '
t ,
.. < TF/ckg ground are a barn. 1080 fl. office hop ,
1887. ._. .q. y
with ( CourUoMo. ) Io. W... by Eloloo, illS contained, il.ep. 4. Phone '
1170 .-.C..I.lJ.d.ew.d Cat Blroot. lUk| 6/IJ : 'R it ar ,*.... Day, wb ol -.-- ---- All**) R.. Stark. llpd 8/IS 47J377S. tl/chg A 2 horse stable. Tint distinctive home will be 4 1' 4
M... 4 .... {JII.."0 'iO't.t 1 $: ) : eight PkM" .....54111..l1tI. HEM4)KRH0I0SUFFERERS l open for viewing by qualified buyer Sunday Juno t. 'y

aa U8-30I. lube i. 6/ .... 6/22 : Waat rollol? CUSTOM BALING:R..dar 18 at 4iOO P.M.AFFOROABLEi. t ,
IiiJllI7 .
.., PA net tll\HIV
Coaio ..o ... koltod
wur* ...... Pka** 44I8-<< ( uam.leUrd. imin-il ; :.
.d.1 ," DOZER R"i"j8''i"- *. ath.... try ... Ballard 431- .
FORD PICKUP.1988 m |. MOBILE 1440. TkoroH 6/IS Ilckg supplt I \IUII W. .4 BR 2 B Ownerwill "
434 Madison-$32,000 ,CH8LA
'rF -
R A R La dclaarmc. 1719. Ich. Ii .
r .
.....1 .... largo joba. 6/22
lag G.. HOME 1974 C_... with 1BR. \l.I Ill\111. M.-'ll > \\ consider Available .
.....*.Oaly. 8750. Pba" t P..... 468-2826. financing. Immediately.KINGSLEY j: '
964- FOlt'' .UN't carpet, dlohwaakar. Ilk: "I./.. l. inr. iHr. I'hunr
7813. lUbg 6/15 '. Good coadltloa. 6/IS 4tpd 7/5 ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS:: HAY FOR SALE;; High .1748767, rt/chg LAKE. ::1 \
.... r 81.U. ...It P..... 964- quality Bermuda bay. l3o
JOO CHILDCARE LICENSED 1) 70 on the water -:3 BR. I B, Large dock 845,000. .
DODGE. ..... 6894 ar 964-65II8. / ...r It.... Will dollvor largo '
Royal MaaaeaStatU. ad OllZ/maathty .L.
2) 40' 1200' Main with ft..
FURNISHED APTiMadare Full ...... all UTILITY Bt:It DINGS, All x home over 3000 Sq. >
W. pragram ......Itlo.. P... 4891440.ThrH. .
........ iS. OO.. .11"".V8.... July 1 BR. vary cUaa. Pkoa* 984-7194. Itpd lilt ago..FUld. Irtec.plcaicc, .... REDUCE:: SAFE A FAST 6/IS Ztckg 6/22 aluminum.. prtwlrtd. recep- CHAA duplex plus apartment over the water for !
6580. Itpd 615CHEVY 964- .hag e......, 1Ir...... AC. Twol S-Tii.; .,....* 984-S8IO.. Itpd 6/15 with OaBoa tablata. "aad E- able) light ...I'.h... light*. rental income. ; .
Id... I.r'mupl..r' rola-od V.p "....r ,/III. Iron EIiW taagu. and groove lI..r.d.I..red 3) to on the water with :2 attractive residences
._., Wl M" ... St.. --- Aadrow 11""....... 356 W. SILVER Tra. .. ; ,
8TEP81DEpickup p.r....N. ckOdraa *r ,..... ... 52.50/basket. ..1.... and t up. '" .
Stark. 0.... ..M. INCOME PROPERTIES 0"
... Madia. Stark. 8/8 41month.
P. ". "... ling 615lurBlahd.4l9N.Ckrry8lM 3tpd Financing. .".n.bl..p U
track. 1177. akart Edward. Ba. '21. Stark. LOSE WEIGHT. ....1' sad 8/22 caatalypa ..d ether ag.- MU etoea Nollman home, apartments A cottage 826.000. \ ;f"

Mh..Ib..7A00.8... pa|. H virW'iiiB,. Pbne ....1131.. lilt 4lpd had with X-ll Dist Pisa II. ....1... Wamwrlghl rarm.. I S..I.II"Ir..IHI. to payi. Oll) 01 Offices ft aparta. 101 N. 870,000. ; }.
Irad..... Back olldlag ...... 7.. REDUCE: Excooo Fl.... ------ .Q*> Eat ol Stark .. Sr-
514 S. 4
S/l9 Epperson apt 83,975. '
AM ... with X P.L. ', tram II. 6/IS .11. 0814021.: !L LWAT5lE .
.110. ltclg
,1 .6 cyL ,. ., 8'dttd HEWING MACHINES -
F...... ... .... '
... R.. P. USED HOMrTTor Kcb'e Stark. 6/8 Lawtey, CB store with living quarters 830.000. \ .
.1. ,,..., 10" MOBILE Drug, *. REPAIRED AI...... S!I HOIHK tIF (
wboola. .. back 8400 gully 964-5588. UchgTRAILER talc. e..... P..... 1.384-370 lOtpd 1110 el..... ..... sad ..).J..d.IT. 'L tJRii; T G \ ACl'I MHt Many brand ol FARMS

sad ...... ,.,...... RENT .r 473-4898. 8/15 ttpd 6/M ... Jamoi MARE aad Bath BOW ".......... used 23 beautiful acres of pasture land 3 BR. 2 B, i

.... 984-7184. deer 6:30: FOR --- .--. -- SIGN PAINTING Faal.day W..1..r..t.d l Morga I..t.. 'h... 964030 altar machine ...11..1.. Kaperl: CH&A pecan trees, barn f.nc.d.'A

... tl/,. Cmpllly laraUhcd. BRICK HOME) 4 .. ., IBR. ._ service. 8*. Rudy.. Rod. sad .Hwy. 16. tl/chg { Itpd 6/IS repair. ill m.kti.. Pane end
Plan 96/-8951. 6/15 4lpd ,
.. -'IKS VY..p CK'ijp. '4.1a .4.1 ..", .i, d+. .N .... I. }I.t.... ....... .wH,. Walde. Flee Market. Friday..'WdJHeaday. 'YARD 8'1 :rTTT: i jturi' ceierl*. for nil vacuum.ayatema. 40 acres with a'cozy/ country-home, :3 BR, 1.8 . 7'
CH 8U.yd.y'"S6bd4 404W IlllhAv
CH/A. ... carpata, drop.. r. CM4A, outbuildings -- trailer.tqr extra Income.* .
.. Cod. ....lltl.., A..... 1971.Head ., FRAME HOUSE '"t BR l/r.r-fHJ8-S01.-SZ,. 00.Pkoa. 6/8 ,4,"pd. 6/29 1Em' : ...... .....11....... 321: .niralfie.vUI- Ptiun !
ISO .. with : Butler T....... p...... 964- 376-7110.
'el. "" !It/chf. _.
.. .
964-8771. :
E..... .*........ P..... e..r,. Pkoa 984-5630 lag GENERA: CARPENTRY 5610. Watch lr .... Itpd ------------ 271oy.ly acres near Hampton Lake A Rd. 18. Well ,

W4-0630 deer S p.... llpd alter. 9 p... llpd 6/15 TWO---NEW--HOMES---I.BsHwl. I. WORKt D..r ....'1..1 HYBRID DAY LILLIE, 6/IS B AHtilghlv\ HAY, A'.U.... Septic tank Fla. Power d) ,
613HWDCHEVYl ---------- aad .
y.a.Hlar palallag.baa All colora, Dlptoldi. aid looocai fcriaiud. phoa !1t14. BEST BARGAIN IN TOWNS '
.. .3 ........ 1
< ONE BEDROOM APT Just 2-car. was t ... 9644084. 6/8 4tpd Ttraplold.. Wkalecale aad x- 1 61171. 7/21 tl/rhu. '1 -315 N. St. Clair, 3 BR, 1 B,820,000. .1
bathi *
rallBlahad. and ....._...d, garag 6/SI FURNITURE
....U. 203 Chriatlae 11,..
". .toa. 1970. IZS/maatb. laqalr wall. carpal, CH/A. U5.12J REFINISHING I 1'1 KMII Itt. New milued. 1021 PALM ST.
big' 11... wku.. ek. rI.. at lot., city ..... sad ...... Htark. Phoa. 9648552.615ttpd vies I
Tackle. .... 341 N. T.mpl*. HAND rMANT" All kmropibc 6/S2 -- iMim I.UII* Precious home with CHAA large yard with back 0 I....
AMKM 8 ..... : ..
track radl. .
god Stark. 6/13 0.* brick aad aa* Fro.Eatbaatoa pitrrh wind.: iM'iilint'
btorlorcxlorlortnmadollag. I I'
....1..... 1003 .. .. Itpd ..... ,,, enced. \ \
$ Phoa 473-1623. 8/23 ..'.........1. ------a VMM .itl .I Irr litii < iniith*
P.I.... Starke. ...-625.. '/8 MODERNAFARTMENTt TF/ckg Bad .. .'.... Saoclal ....../ YARD HAl Vt: "Halurd.v, Saaikla Acroa .nd .lu.. >..!- H MM. LOT NEAR KINGSLEY LAKE '
tied 613pTsTJT5nrTcluJpTl97l J... 17 ..1,. tilaeiware, rNII/ l( I I." IM' .<. uwt.y Avenue Appro. 1 4's acres, well septic
.. Ma.Fri.Ss.4:30p.
FuraUhad roe ..r.*., I. .. far .. .r ..tI. .. rt.nk
... ,
; ... .
HOC8E"Y6R iA..i"-BR, .uq. ., .ltu ... I err 'i l II"'h< '
vary close. shag earpata, t'.. ..t.....**. P..... 9648981 light pole. ,
d,...... A/C. I.... for oa. ...pla..I, romodolod le \ slur S p... lar l Immodlata rte Z-atary hnuM. > aero - (WALK EVERYWHERE
8800) 1987 COR VA". SlOOi, .....Pha 904-6020. from' Ubrarv 'IItrhg
redid thug atloatloa. 6/8 P..... 984-7699 I
eaupl *r
'1850 AIM.Ck.fc.orc. Tractor, cUldroa porcoac.N 6/22 3lckg 1111\ IJ 211)11 l hhbad. I1*?], .,, Mobile Home with 3 BR, 2 B. CHA All the I Itrimming.

$ 50. Phoa. 7IZ-I*. tl/.... Tempi* Stark or ,pap.Pbaa 830 964727Q. N.- DUPLEX FOR BALE, MHITF t7'"fti.1.Ij!,I..Kii..;;: >O04 tar.' ilcit tin .. 924 Euclid A Epperson 120, SO. qpa 1 1I '

lukg 6I / Epp.r. 8lr.*.. 9IH It. 'IRACTOR"w'oitKi I..,|. l'ho. 7M2-32DV Kt I Bet *ml, vquilt I

Uvlag spies la aach uall.. a, small ',...., dUclag, 422. I I..t.,. 0/" 2tpd) N/M BRADFORDMINISTORAGE xumt. peimrnl l.MM'I __ _
BEDROOM PtTkitbae, ril/A. S35.000 Phaa 964- mowing, bark-blad'. .Phna. M4-7173. llpd 61Wttirt 'I'Irondilion ---I. I
[f: I" 7574 for Inlo.' 5/1 t Ei Fore.t Height.. j
ltllf.14i/if'" : dlBotta, bath, largo. LR. up- tl/ihg Jimmy Martin. IIH' .'i\'> II
... wooded
I .. beautiful "11' I I
ctalrc. with ,.r.' BLIH.'K'H'MMI'. with. 3 5,4room.,2 11115 ilcfcg 1 J&1 "
1l"l'Ult. I I sad ,
10' high dry paved
IIring v
.alraaa*. P... 984-6579.
/ .th..will 12 527 S. Water St.
acre.o ..,..t., build ...
.,. 5i30 ... Uhg. i I Lillian C. I'earttunRF.ALUkR i
t HI"',
l laad.
Carpal (SR-100 At Laura 811) I horns. *r ., "" \
---;..--- P..... 782-3577. 5/18 tl/cbe I1UI.I./HJZlN IJ ( ol oure. Callea1e detaila. i
:I.! ,
w-rrrlllllllll- srmrrrwwwannd- Do I I .: BRA NCH OFFICE f
.DIIOp9Hous41 Starke 064828ejf 301 NORTH .
; ; w Bulldozer works 5YARKE. 1\ b.eutlful U8 *
... o 8 j I acre*with 3 BR.km ... LAWTrYlFLOHlUA" ,Jif'H ....
strOtpfal &
'ij jf
x.: tmtfpnt&ift Largo or Small" old .haute a liable for b.,".. : 782-3Al16 ", -

.- auu. rIISIRRrrII.Brr.err --. "..''S.. (U Nf .US! Units ,Land Fill ,I .= mobile.! homo Very ..., 2 BR fra..*,' '
I !bath
LaT; ; .. d.., ttpriage HELP WANTED CI., FOR SALE 3 BR. ear... lot (!.3..1H N).
ides Mala G.r... KeyeteaaHeight Still Available I I| .. .lake. S16.7OO.KEYSTONEi : :
Couaty B..rd al Cauaty 1.11...* trait la (The Working *PondsWILBUR -- IM
8hpkrd If math'*|. FREE TO GOOD HOME 2 BR I bath. frame In
puppy Commliiloaora haa Ik Whit. Oak Ridge. R...*. Man'8 Frlen4)) I : S aero I
Light. gray with. black' lac*. f........ CJE.T.A, Tltlaa II ably priced. 0.... fln.ec.d. Cute krewa aad while 4X5 Clothes WATERS I iLrtlag (6,050. walking.. dlalaaca la lawn
Aaowero t* Sampeoa |18..1.| ... VI Baaltlaaa'. avslhbUtTklo Phoao. 473-228J .. 4734753. ,.,,1.., 10 weak ..Id.W.r. "4-'MI Term. ..r.I..... If d..I/,..
"... Now in Stock I
Reward. Pheae 4733549.llpd II Clark. ...t lilt 7/8 .... 11" 7524676.Ilpd Storage I SI9.000.
Tiplit 4tchg W 81 8larke'Or -- -
6/18 fc* *bl. t* t'.1 WPM sad I ensIRON Wide Width,; Only'e/Month 660 M.d.on. I 4 BR. 2 ;' ..:briTk CIliA
lava a .laI... ., 1 FOR RENT' Tv. bidreom Short Drapes m.IS"Hulph .... .
year built-in ron.* .,'. on
FOR SALE: Syh-aala 19 .....r..e.. r.qulrod. bauo *n L.... G...".. Air PROBLEMS? Rust Assorted Color 6X10110[I ? K., H.lght. Horn. 3 acre (47.40"
loch portable. black ... Till VI Laborer. Clay ...Itloo.. Me*. (223 a ........ year e..t.. ... tad New Shipment Of Pv Olllce 4732038
whet ..1..1..... Purckaiadt1676. ... It_..* 1fl / Month 473J86I 811.10- ;.
Cauaty Caurthaue T* month. Private...... Phaa "tit,.* :I..t. Spreads Tabl.cloth. I5r Need farm; have
la ....D... e.... qualify for lb.. ....IUo.., 1. M-0054. llpd 6/15 .l hraa I. yur walar? Call ft Napkins. 10X10 1 Unit > nnIllIll buyer waking.. .
Cal 473-4877. Itpd 6/15 .. WATER CON. -a SSSea?
yu must B roeldoat el KAINSOFT -
Clay. County ... mud meet Foii"-s-\i'E-: : ATiic""Bla7k.; DITIONING OF BRADFORD '26 / Month KM: I ale 3Bedr.from.house .*

FOR L Traynor baaaamp. CJi.T.A. ollglblUty require- Labrador R.trbv.r ....p'I... COUNTY far Ir*. Great Values In 2H7N.Tmplr.. Floriluncl Itetilty S .cr... Crawford Ro....

Moaobletk B-200 ..tt. mat. II you believe.. you 'Six ...... old. 473-2601. valor ....,&.. Ne ekllgaUoa. Used Furniture 10X20 Unit Mark I I. 393 N.T...plc A".. $20 WO

with VCV-Zli Bottom with may quality, apply at the Itthg OAS .Better Hill cam. t* IMi 45 / MonthPhone.9848288 !lt1l.1I7kll"R Stu..... Fl. .. -
rwia. 13 loch c:.... Vega Clay County Commaalty >i. la ear .1414 .. lOt N, 301 SOUTH' 2 1/2 bath
4 BR.
.......1''.. 8400 *r beet oll.r. S.rvln.Olila.,915 Walnut. LOST! Golden; Retriever fampl. SUrk. Pko" .*4I57X. -. 2 Blocks 984-7700 2.t.ry rel.
loch, CH/A: tore
473-4417, Itpd 6/15 St., Green Cove Springe, Fl. pup pl.", 12 week. old, on W* ale. Brvta all From McDonald's 16 W e.t.21.rr.,1 I .( 1t1It. ) open aa O.HU poad .. fenced 4,,
Lake. Brooklyn. Saturday alauaaet. afuar .
ItchKjI/lS .. t. Irontagr' on pavemoal SetardayA.M.lUublawldo .
.keywater I37.500.BR.2
FOR rA'LE'iFmr.jr.- FOUND; Tad Call 473-3732.: Itckg --- 2 bulldogs" $25.1..'. acres
Black Ia.Dob.rmaa
... ensREWARDS
verb with cvere 3 CH/A!;
offoatlval ___ I Trailer farRent.
........ Rarely used./250.r I. puppy C.II day 4714133 for... 7 oosihold wr. II \U: i.orsMI I lire places. bare, 3.73'
bedf.r. 473-4417 Itpd park. Slam. .. S..I- \ cRFAI: : M I'r II .crae. 11I1,1:10.: More laadvallabl
.... hmala
4734034altar *
til 4 p.m. ----
6/15 (>W >rlt: UNNCI0! _
... .. _
4 Itcbg OAS point L. Brooklyn .r. ,...,.
p.m. In walking' dl. I. town .
For ANew ,
FOR iE' 'i'7T BR Mobile Owner heartbroken. 473- Ready 2 BR Concrete; Bib. tlouaa S acre hu..I.... oaks. j
Horn. .. privet' 11 .. L...* DISABLED- '5:16.: "Uhg 6/13 i South of I.awlrv: ZI Ilk .q. with Cool Shaded lot city water 81,800 down. :
) : .: p.
Hllbreit. (125 a mo. Call 'II..3 BR. block ha.,.. lire- .
W Ol el.. out U --------- --- 100174 Priced to Well
your garage p1.,.. 117(1( l n.ommrrrUI wooded. t'8
473-3342. llchg 6/13 qu.r 5 4/10 acre
allowed to keep the AUCTION Every Saturday, ---- -
...t.d junk 473-2400. ... back af Peat Ofllcela f Itp garage, l..wte -ualmpreved i 301 N. Lawty. I3.0UO..
7:30 area
FOR SALE,Reduce' sits p. ; over I err* with 2H9'" It.frontage _
tl/chit .. Bill ? Land iso( building.!. 1 acre
Mclro. Perry Home .
H-.1(11, Zoned
.ad fait with GBee on 40 3D Jl ....1340' on L'S 301
: 10 30
Tablet. rod E-Vap "water FOR RENT: 2 Slor Auctioneer. 2tpd illS. 6/15 commercial priced I* sell acre ecrei T...... (M.5OO.lAVF.VEVwr7KtM.
Bulldlaga. Eicolleat for - .l (34.MMI.: acr*
pllle" ,,.. Aadrewe Drugs ----
-- I
m ..,.... H......... 643 Retail or111.,. Spac. ( 1198 Sq. Ft. -. Pho.e""-1100V.r : : >S! '
Hlghecl local traffic count la Evenings: Pbaaa 7H2 JHUI I
2lpd6/22 ..
B .uuE'ti T i"U.lek50 Melro..nd Keyelon .r... YARD WORK ..a1e ...... 6'.'" .... eh .o.-vac Ralph. Ur.n m R. .01.Real P.EitaleBraker t4-
Still growing. C.II "15.1953.It.r Hedge Trimming t 1 t t RealtorHHI62(11 .
coati a Ib. W-Plck 73 moles I
7 p.n>. tl/chg Lawn Raking r (
Ib). ea order. M.. thruSet. r Ease (64-5476
Lawn Mowing i Ia I
.. 8 .... 7:30 ,... 4 LAND FOR SALE 7"'Kj. Parking Lot I I Watne rMlouglae: Pearl AlMlr... [ ITHOAAAS
rnHaa We. *f M.I,..* SR. .ton. Helgkti, Me. t,... .. CleanupFREE v- Scramble A..elste164.7739
ZI ..1 mUo. North .. 200"A, an. ta 10 cere Iracla la I.o.l.hbohood ] 9111-6:111:1: : Janet Staring REALTY I
Iii mil. Wait Los...ek.r.. of ... homoo.Sam ESTIMATES Utlllt 'RI/char Associate 782-MM
475.1151 .r 473-2702. 6194tcbgJ8 kit. permit nobll 1 0 LM h 621 North Walnut hi.Stark .

[ bom**. end earn. overlook a SUNSHINE ACRES ....._ : : Olnt.g *. Florida 32091:! '
CASH FOR GOLD!r SterUag. .eke. Priced to ..U with Phone .7699WeH .y' IiL1LIo J .-0',.." 9614162Formerly '

Jewelry, dlamaada, colaa, torma front 1200 dowa to MOper g. AJ.Thomaa

....t.. ..... WOI vt.lt you *month. Commercial ---.. /\ FAUIJKNEIlREALTY Real E.t.,.
.. ... Phoao Mr. I........ oa KR 21 ev.iUble.OWeer Co
GIIINI.E: HIIHKKrt.JK.Keg. 0.. Acre rt'-Ioo,

'RIU."e'..., 473-1081. 3/9 .-4134375.330luckgNEW ------.---- .n. ...!!. Drilling' ) N OOO 0 NV .Phone Real t WU eiai.7MH* Broker| [Q 3 Acre.-en-IOOA- -Beer South City r

------- 2' thru 6 t 955 North Temple A. .. ,. Limit.
2305 Temple _
\ .Lrb.. I lorlH J"J2II1I I
Fast St.,...,Florida 8outb

(AUCTION 2315: BE.T".r.Hawthora"". 6:30: Rotary i. ......_ e.Living. Paul H. F..I...... 'a'' Limit*.. 430 ft, rejadIraaUg

fed.p.m."GamcavUI. Bin Perry.Mactloaoor. LISTING! Country Drilling Equipment 1 ReakarIM4M63 *, 'b;\

2lpd 6/8 6/IS living with city e.."..- 2 1-SRIS.:1:
..." far Ikla 3 BR. ..... Butt 3 I
STATE LICENSED Jest ..t., Sky limit .... A... 121
"' ft. read
oW.-; .. Beetled on 20 gen..i . Three BR. I 1/2 both. LR. !
KEYSTONE: *'t&fj- * ',. ale shady. lot with I BR. 1Balk. .
,..ar""' ...tlll,, ar ,, .pleated p...... Price. t. 1 'ly;a' 1 w....--ice{ ........ -1 PR. Urge kitchen mobile LR, DR. LargaklUk.a. IroaUg- - u
eflcl.aet.unah.d.. atEXCITING$60:000. Puma ho.oa large shaded lot 2
1 BR. .. 2 perch and Four BR, 2 Balk, concrete .
Including utUltleeAi. sow. aa6I7SAO LIVING utility .bldg.JiR14 I:B.I.Frame ..,".ho". Boa FraafcllaFireplace. .block ....*.. W. MadleaeJ I

per ...t.. STARTS TODAY 2 BR. New & Used Whether You Own Your Land Or Not We hou* .. I acre la A/C wilt a..
KeretM"* Height a."t, lake. ham., white aaad ....oubl., carpel /lacluded. (11.500. 2 Star*fr..r..dy to live.
.7 -201.. &lIe". .... Sales-Parts-$ervlce "country very -- ..
beach shady lot. Too alee to deecrlb. \
llreplaco, deck. .vr Can Put. You In A Home Of Your Own If S Ae.... :Nosh. of S..,..., seat self Hwy JOI N...... tBR. --., -
leek. .lag Silver L..... E'Z TermsPlumbing. just alt ('S 301. Iran haute, 1 84ry tram Bear city.

LOlT.C.IIAMPHome : ... ..fIOII._ .. Income Is Over Campletely .......... .. limit, ..... .... work, r- t '

and BuildingMkteriaJa FAMILY SPECIAL Your Combined Family t: BR I both LR. I>R. pprlmlly- -- -1 -sm.Zoo' priced right. ( :

EASY TO OWN. 3 BR I family rem, u'pur'
.. .
: Ir. *. aa Hwy 901, 3 BR. I--.dbl.&d;: &
L..t. *
hath, plumbed far 1/2 bath .' ,
.: 155 Per Week ---------- I .er. with) lerg eeacna lP
meblU ham
.. ..... bedroom, ,.. New Installation ; with CHA.a6 i
., 4e..rol7..;';;;;'* lot .. black ...1....'. *.lard" acre*, with big. \.
Your Plant Or Outs area ..lb. tlds.I.! 11..100. 301. bath; l7.m ..... *ed tracter.lw.. I
3 BR. I huala
- *
VALUE VALUE Remodeling Call Or Come'To See ---, -r
Your Lot Or Ours VALUE Ic what. Ihlapaclou Two 20-aerc Iracl. veryreaaoaabl taws, earp.ted, .

FREE ESTIMATES I BR. S tuB bath .*. Just alt "frR, .18 ..ailed, ..."..1... P. Delaa.Thamae
... It bag farmaldlalag Repairspurr'a'ncjp paved rod loeatlos.priced....U.eaty a... Real Estate
hen .
modeling Repairs ,rom. .Urge a family. I THE NOME ARRANGER : Bob HarrisWe - '11.000_ .. Brehep04f1c.9644162 I

Additions .**..,aad fully eaulppedkluhaa. 3BR. I b.'.. Uvlag. raara.carport. 53 acre. I. imprd -. rEweag.
HomeoBot ht 845 MO. .CB,in to... \cry ,...,., late el read
S ed Only guild In Bradford. And Clay Countits. reaeoiable.IBR'.l lrBtag' (.,350. par ..,.. i;
.L- 1L 933-2310 ,
I Philip W.Clark PUMPS & SUPPLY 'J> j
: .bath. brick" .hem Bear Aioockiia 'JIIt..I'I.
SALE lFfORliQ.( LE iHI.omCS. E..I... 884414S ..... fa

-- RI K 1TI": sea N. Temple Ave GEORGE ROBERTS. h. *. M........ E..III-4-14&1 ,/N !Ji'ii \'

HEIGHT> Lik Stark Fla. Reg. Real E.....* BrakerPhaa 1:....... 8844172VadaSotOe. -_"" ,. ." .Jv.f '.
96U853 Stark, Fla 200 Pin*) St-Crystal. *V44-7S20 BereMCpp. : "Ij"'o v

Highway SOl South ""flluI1HI""U71M1 r:vealag., 984-7061 P.O.. Box. 412. 4733133 OPEN Saturday "A.M. 'E..I... -, 8644844 Ev*.884-6618 r ,j .

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Page BB TELECKAPII June IS. 1178COMMUNITY __ __ ... '

. NEWSby Southside Elementary- News ISoutMda

hat real year due grade, in studying metrics, invited Daren WhItehead Brenda Griffls, I
G. WalkerPbone:9$44e83 Route Box 37 Starke.
Elisabeth :
daughters i, of BradfordCounty to the support and cooperative Mr.Irving Clark, local pharmacist, to Micole Scott Kevan Gnann Tony I

The regular Branch NAACP will be heldTuesday working relationships between school demonstrate how be uses the metric King, Rusty Sullivan Thresa Perry.

staff PTA, parents and students He system in t Ms work. He presented a Pam Proctor, Kenny Hill, Kerry Hall, ,i i
Dell Chapter IM O.E.8.1 June 20, at Mt. Pisgah especially would like to thank all program showing his metric tools of Molds Delestre. and Christy Lyons.The '
The regular meeting of A.M.E. Church at 7:30 p.m. '
flower and vegetable garden
volunteer parents and helpers who measurement such as the one
will be held
Chapter lea June 22 In the Masonic have spent an estimated total of 1.12) 90 gram and 100 gram weights andthe planted by the fifth graders under the
Thursday hours assisting in various parts of the 250 soo. and 1.000 mllltliter direction of Mrs Westcott continues :
Hall on Brownie Street. All membersare * **
In containers. to and produce. The tomatoes ;
program including helping grow ,
asked be for this
to please present SERVICE classrooms with academic skills, in This class has spent some time are beginning to ripen pepper plants .
Important meeting ,MEN: the physical education program, reading biographies and other books and:eggplant have not yet fruited the

chaperoning field trips,assisting with about famous people. Eacn student marigolds: zinnias and four-o'clocks:
The Concerned Citizens of * * * *\ learned The students have
and about
classroom parties various other many things one are flowering.
Bradford will meet Thursday
County L helpful ac vibes. person. On Friday.\! June 2, the watched and tended this garden with
June 22, In the Masonic Hall on
Any parent who would like to be a students presented a program to the great interest.
Brownlce Street. All members are
w part of this program and volunteer fourth grades and parents. They Mrs. Ernestine Thompklns-Mrs.
asked to be
present. their services for the next school year dressed as the famous person they Thelma Knight's fifth grade has had a

may contact the school office this had learned about, told some important yearlong project and contest
CHURCH ACTIVITIES summer or at the beginning of school facts about his or her life and centered on reading library books. ''

111 ASecond In the fall The school will provide then the audience guessed who they This classroom of 27 students was encouraged
Antioch Missionary Bsptlit training and assist the volunteer In were. The audience was quite adept at to choose a book they could
Church: : Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Berry whatever area they desire to serve. figuring out who most of the famous read discuss the book with the

announce the marriage of their son, Registration of kindergarten students people being represented were. teacher orally and write a report after
Donald Sewell to Cummings
Cheryl the book. The first award
may still be made during the Mrs Sandra Duncan congratulatesthe finishing
The will be held at 6
ceremony p.m. summer; this Is most Important for following undents in her fifth went to Jimmy Hankerson who read

l Saturday at Pleasant Grove.. Sunday Prayer new students and especially for grade for their good worl during the 34 library books; Robert Bellamy
Meeting Thursday 7'p.m. 1 families who are new In the area. The last six weeks: On the A-B honor roll came In second with 23 books read.

School 10 a.m.Bethlehem Freewill grader Lynda Weliwt Is In school office hours for summer are 8 Pat BarberJan Brooks. Kim Brown. These teachers plan to this plan :

Greater Church Vacation Bible first place In the tire roll with fifth a.m. to 4 p.m. Rhonda Cason, Pam Goolsby. into the 1978-79 school yearn order to :
School will be in session beginning grade helper Rutty Sullivan looking Parents should have received via Edward Kimbrll,Greg Nazworth, andDonald further encourage boys and girls .to :.
on In Soulhslde KlemenUry's Field their students on June 9, their final Thornton. On the A honor roll read more books.
Monday. June 12, through Saturday, 4'
Day Friday. report card and Basic: Skills Report. are Chert; Foster Rosaland Lennon. More students with perfect ;
June 17. from 6-8 pm daily. Sunday All students kindergarten' through Dianne Wood and Melanie Wood On attendance: In Mrs Iva Jean
St lionl 9:30 The ladies will sell Griff Leaves
: a.m. fifth grade, will have a Report Card the A-B honor roll for the year are Pat Harrell's fourth grade are Jeff
dinners from the kitchen Saturdayand For Basic Training
Barber Jan Brooks Rhonda Cason Sherman) Jimmy Wilson and Monica
and grades 1 through } will have the ,
Commencement will be ) D. Griffis of Mr. and
Sunday. llesley son
Skills Linda DeWItt, Pam Goolsby Edward Maslowpki. In Mrs. Janet Neighbors'
Basic Report. !
of Sta rke left BROOKER
held Clifton Grlffis
at Mam League p.m Evening Mrs. Kimbrll, Greg Nazworth Donald second 'grade is Judson Jackson.

Worship The First 6 p.m.Burn Church of The June Force 6 for basic Base.training at LacklandAir The last school day for students was Thornton Barry Warren and Lee Melissa Maslowskl has had perfect

Friday. June 9. There was an awards White On the A honor roll for the year attendance for the year in Mrs. Laurie
Living Cud: Tuesday 7-43 Prayer Griffis received his GED from
are Kim Brown Cheri Mullins' kindergarten
for students In grades 3
NEWS assembly 'osterl
45 Bradford Union Vo-Tech Center In
7 Tarrying -
Meeting. Friday -
through 5. Awards were given In a Rosaland Lennon. Dianne Wood and On Friday,June 2, the first through
Air In
School and the Force
Service Sunday 10:30: a.m. April joined May.
variety of fields Including perfect at- Melanie Wood Perfect attendance for third grades had their field day which
Home of basic he
Morning Worship 11'30: a.m. Upon completion training *
tendance, spelling safety patrol. Mrs. Duncan's room is awarded Kim was planned by the physical
will attend school to become
Mission. 6pm. by Jeanette Prescott Commissioner of Education Award, Brown, Raymond Coney, Edward education instructors Mr. Jim Lewis
New Bethel Uspllit Church: Security Specialist flag bearers, President's Award for Kimbrll, Leo White, Rosaland and Mrs Kathy Metzler. The events
address Is AB D.
His llesley
7-30 :
Wednesday p.m. Prayer SURPRISE PARTY Lennon Dianne Wood and Melanie Involved all classroom teachers who
Fitness assistants
Physical library ,
Meeting Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Grlffis. 209-67-6094, PSC No.4, SQ.
Wood.In became P.E. teachers for that
Bible Class 9pm. Regular services 3702. Flight 473, Lackland AFB, Texas the Brooker Elementary School music awards P.E. equipment
and P.E. physical fitness Mrs. Donna HartleY'llifth grade morning and helped direct the various
be held June 25. 7B2J8. honored Mr. Phil
will students awards. After the awards assembly Ron Edmondson and Shannon Crews field day activities. The day was well
of GodIn
Church Brooker
Free Canaan True principal of Elementary there was a faculty-student softball have had perfect attendance. planned and supervised which made it
Christ: Each: Monday 7:30: p.m. Williams Completes School the last five years, with a
game. In Ms. Claudette Peterson-Ms. enjoyable for participants as well as
Prayer Band. Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Cannoneer Training surprise going-away party. All kindergarten classes had a runtime JoAnn Tyson's fourth grade Cecil teachers. The day ended with an
Tarrying Service Sunday School 10 FORT SILL Okla Pvt. Paul E. lie submitted his resignation of the day on June 8 when they had Jackson and David Martin have attended outdoor assembly program at which J
a.m. Morning Worship II a.m. Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur position effective after this school their second annual water day. The every day. time Mrs. Metzler announced the

Ml. Morlah United Methodist Williams, .Route( 3, Stake\ recently,, .\ierm. Repaid\ he '.'felt.; f It.was Jlme); .for ..,,boys and tllrfllI came prepared to get In .Mrs. Elaine Wood-Ms. Shirley* winners-First Grade-' Ma.'Caroryn" ...".'
Church Rehearsal for the Father's "
: completed training as a cannoneer a change' soapy and wet run.through the water, Johnson's fifth grade the following Canova's room.Second; GradeMs.. 4
Day program has been in progress all/ under the-One Station Unit Training The faculty and students will miss and enjoy the slip-and-sude. children are recognized for outstanding Cyndee Lawrence's room; and Third

week Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Thef'atht'r's (CXSUT Program at Fort Sill, Okla him very much and wished him good Mrs. Iva Jean Harrell's fourth progress this school year: Grade Mrs. Vickl Beat's room.
Day program II a.m. OSUT Is a 13-week period which luck on his new endeavors. The
Pleasant ( rove United Church: combines basic combat training with students with money donated between

Every first and second Monday 1 p.m. advanced Individual training. them bought him a large personalizedcoffee

Young Adult Choir rehearsal. Every Students learned the duties of a cup, "Because the, know how ts
Tuesday 7 Each Young Junior Choir howitzer or gun section crewman and much coffee I drink,1' said Mr. T &
rehearsal : Wednesday 7 p.m received Instruction In handling Vellenga. They served cake and

Prayer Meeting. Each Thursday ammunition, setting fuses and pre homemade ice cream.
Bible Study 7 p m. The Young Choir paring charges, communications and The affair was held at 1:30: p.m. 111111I M. 111I11111I11I111111I111I1111I111I111I11'"ff
will begin the Choir anniversary at maintenance. Thursday June 8, on the basketball
7'30. The concluding program will beheld Williams entered the Army last court. As of this writing.The Bradford family centers!

Sunday at 3 p.m. Everyone is In- December. He is a 1974 graduate of County School Board hasn't approveda .

vited to attend Bradford High School. principal to succeed Mr. Vellengafor .
:\1&. l'iHgah.M.E.. Church: Choir the coming school year. ,
rehearsal for the Young Adult Choir

Wednesday 8 p m. Sunday School 10 Starling Completes The easy are men's ....;
Recruit Training
a.m Morning Worship 11 a.m. Fireman Apprentice Steven Mrs. Wanda Green Bass is being
Father's Day 1., ',
program -
Church L. Starling, son of Mr and Mrs. Lonzo honored with a miscellaneous bridal
Kbeneier: Baptist :
R. Starling of Route I, Box 214. shower next Thursday. June 22 at
Tuesday B p.m. Bible Study. Thursday Lawtey. has completed recruit 7:30: p.m. at the Community Center.

6-30 Prayer Meeting A businessmeeting at the Naval Training Center. Hostesses will be Debbie Green Shari SLACKS'ftj .
will be held Friday, June 16, training Jenkins. Rosa Mae Jones Darlene '. ..

at 8 p.m. All auxiliaries are to have a Orlando Brannen, and Vickie Raulerson ,l *** .' >.

report to present to the church. During trainees the eight-week studied genera Dr. Harold Green will deliver the 11 1 t ... "
Sunday School 9'30 a.m. Morning cycle, PRICEDPLEASE l -
at New River Baptist
a m.
designed to
military subjects
Communion Service prepare
w Worship Ham them for further academic and on-th Church the fourth Sunday this month .y 'I-:
6:30: pm. June 25 Dr. Green Is the nephew of ,- .
realer Allen A.M.E. job training in one of the Navy's 85
Chapel Russell Green of Brooker.The "
Church: Friday night, June 23: basic occupational fields. Bob Green Family Reunion will TO : 'r
Included in their studies were seamanship -
Presiding Elder Satchel will hold the I. .
be held with dinner on the grounds
Naval \
close order drill. .'
third conference. All boards
June 25 at New River
and first aid. Personnel who after services
asked to have a written report. All history
are "Pack lunch and eat :
Baptist. your
complete this course of Instructionare "
members asked to with
are cooperate "
eligible for three hours of college with us, invites Russell Green.
this activity. credit Physical Education and Mr. Gene Edwards and children, ;
Antioch Missionary Baptist Tina and Johnny, of Ocean Springs, I; I
Church: Each Thursday 7 p.m. Hygiene ;: ,. '.
Rejoined the Navy In October 1977. Miss.. are this week and next visitinghis
Prayer Meeting parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest >."
Mr and Mrs. Hubert Berry announce Edwards. When the Gene Edwards ;;

(the marriage of their son, Chamberlain Aboard return home they will relocate to

Donald Sewell to Cheryl this USS Independence Tulsa Okla We hope they like their '. ,., ,
Saturday June 17 at Pleasant Grove Navy Aviation Boatswain's Mat new home. The Edwards have lived in r dl, "\:" ',> '

at 1\ p.m.Family. Airman James It. Chamberlain Sr., Mississippi for the past five years. ... 1'
Reunion: The descendentsof son of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Gene works for an aircraft company :
John and Purthenia Toplin will holda Chamberlain of Route 1, Box 215H, :f' ,. -t 3 3I 3w
family reunion on the weekend of Lawtey. has reported for duty aboard ., ;.

June Ifl.18. All descendents of the aircraft carrier USS Independence, {

family are hereby cordially Invited to homeported in Norfolk, Va. Happy Father's Day 1 cot. ", .. '

attend The reunion will be held at the Chamberlain joined the Navy in MR. ..c.

home of Mrs. Lydia Lane and July 1976. .

. oooooo Starke Elementary News ICMtOOBO ';,t DRESS

The kindergarten( classes of Starke awards to one student from each Long This is the second year John i :t! SLACKS

Elementary: visited the Dairy Queen class who she felt deserved an awardfor David and Tony have won this award. ;y

on Tuesday May :10. Each child was outstanding performance this The following boys and girls placed
given his choice of a chocolate or school year. This student tried hard percent and above on all events _r Comfortable, good

v.imlla Ice cream cone. without complaining and showed which entitled them to win a ;A looking Machine
The children wish to thank the much enthusiasm: Mignon Carroll presidential certificate: Lemoklo x' washable slacks. 100%

employees of the Dairy Queen for Beverly Wheeler, Randy Underhill, Chandler, Reggie Jackson, Issao % crepe stitch polyester.
allowing( us to visit with them. The Monique Banks. Laurie Mobley, Roy Montgomery Keith Gillingham, 6 I {; Assorted solids. Sizes'

children really enjoyed the ice cream Jackson James Younts, Anita Moss, Robert Boswell Daren Chandler 28-42. Always look im-

cones Ken Boone, Hal David, Chad Reddish, David Peques,Chuck Goodowns Billy I peccable. Stock up for I
Every: Friday afternoon is shoppingtime Melina Davis Alisha! Young Maria Reltz Stanley Brown Edward f !

10Irs.: DeSue and Mrs. Thomas, Gary Wise Lottie Cole, Cummings, Mark Doss, Clint

Vellenga's first grade Karen Wallace Marta Bramble Hutcheson. Allen Hall, Shawn .
Students exchange points they have Terrl Fender Bonnie Wray, Donna Jackson. Jason Belcher, Kay Allen, .

earned all week for doing good work Parado Tracy Davis !Mary Ann Nancy Grider Tonja Rigby Teresa

and for being good citizens. With their Thompson. Tracey Coleman. Rhonda Wray, Carrie Coburn, Lisha Long '

points they purchase charms, plastic Sapp. Audrie Forsyth and Cheryl Tangula Parks, Tammy Dempsey

creepy crawly creatures rings, Wilnngham Cindy Winkler Robin Rentz. Missy Spring1'f
candy etc Much counting and Safety patrol was also given Stevens Gloria Davis, Kelly Jackson.

thinking. goes into the purchases as certificates for the fine job they have The Coaches also presented awardsto a 5

the students spend their hard.earned done this year:: Melissa Morgan. Gina Mrs. Hoffman's 4th grade class and
I "pay1 Gibson Wayne Adams David Monk, Mrs. Adkinson's 5th grade class for "I :

\ Tracy West Terri Fender, Deanna winning the Intramural Class
Tomlinson. Keclie Baldwin Keith Championship.Mr. .
Gillingham, Marsenna Brantly, Allen Jockel gave out awards to the ,I. ,

Gonzalez, Ron Willis Kathy Tyson, following students for perfect .. .
Roger Beard Marcia Watterson, attendance: Timothy Taylor. Shaun ". '. Sabrina Snell, Trade Denton Mary Nichols, Raymond Craven, Carla I \." ''if .. I .
Ann Thompson Kimberly Sapp. Ford, Shawna Blom. Kevin Crawford ., ."" 'i""'". .", ,,'1 ,"';' .

Rhonda Sapp Kay Allen. Tracy Eugene Blye, Todd Milliard Robert .

Davis Teresa Wray, Billy Reltz, Craven Todd Elliot Ed Douglas, ...,.."'.iA.. J Calvin Thomas Audrie Forsyth, Glen Barnes Ken Boone Mark :.J ''> ,

Caroline Hamilton, Nancy Grider, Beard, Rosalyn Taylor, Mary Alice kn AlF tj r k

Vickie Thomas Daniel Duffy Tracey Howle Stephanie Rigby Samyra "',LL ,
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.Coleman Karen Elixson. Sharon Addison, Sabrina Ford, Scott .
r Tyler Carrie Cobrun and ill DeSue. Hamilton, Rex Bailes, David Fields :

Coach Chilson and CoachJ Jordon Alonzo Tyson Donna Younts, Logan '.. ,.'.,:.lsviarnil MUC.AllDlI".IIC' ..--..... !
also passed out awards to Starke I I Ricks, Carolyn Hilliard, Deanna .
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softball team members. Tomlinson, Velesa Hampton. ....
Elementary ywaM4" a*****'*luatlp Mt" 1*ItitVMl .'
pr These boys and girls were first place Fields, Reginal Jackson, ,Amy Jo, : !*' MvttttMtf MIM4N11 MI/,1,111< m.M""T \i|
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winners In the county tournament: Carter, Gearge Ricks, Andrea CHttfc MOM*-lt MNMNNWwaM. ...."**) Illl .rw ..< llll, ; 1111 II1II
Beard Daren M NWIN N IN wl Y'w' tl 11,11111
John David Francis, Tony Dlggs. Williams, Roger \ KlIlfMt' Wall / I
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Rhonda Sapp, Jack Norman. BillyReltz Chandler. Kay Allen, Nancy Grider :: ; : .:: ray, ny tMiitrtfilwM.giAtfjtNW ,,r "..rM hW.Y .,' .
Kay Allen, TonJa Rigby, Sabrina Snell. Jill DeSue, Robin puA1N/,.AT.. M il1" ..' N. Awry CIA NM ..e'....

Mellssia Burned Lucinda Griffen. Lewis Lisha Long Robert Taylor.Mr. :
On Tuesday. June d, Starke Doug Sammons Oliver Tyson. Daren Jockel teachers and staff ; :

7p; Elementary students took part in an Chandler Daniel Duffy, Ron Willis would like to take this opportunity to

assembly held In the Bradford High and Robert Taylor.Presidential tell each and every one of our studentsto
School Auditorium. To start off theprogram physical fitness have a very safe and happy
a presentation by the city awards were given by Coach Chilson summer. mmaJlI1(1fmffi( i CJiJE][! ( ($ '

library was seen. The library summer and Coach Jordon to the students that Boys and girls, do not forget If you STORE HOURS: Mon ,Wed g-s'

reading program was the subject of scored 85 percent or above: John made an "A". on your report card and

the presentation David Francis Tony Dlggs. Allen passed to the next grade be sure and 301 S. Starke Fla. Thur Sat. 9-9 Sunday 12-0

f Following the library presentation, Gonzalez, Oliver Tyson. Debra go by McDonalds and get your free ,
awards were presented for the Griffls. Mary Thompson,. Karen cheeseburger you deserve it and It ,

following: Klmutls. Rhonda Marcia was very nice of McDonalds to give. ,

Mrs. Woodfin gave out music Watterson. Stacy Reddish..- Frank you thla treat


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