Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04161
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 22, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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r rniiLrua- Approving a 1179,000 grant applica lines with a television camera to cannot approve a wprnt field In? ;
.tion for submission to the U.S. detect the leaks provided the basis for effluent from the sewer plant unlit) ,* Mk\H\ ;
Environmental Protection Agency In the Sewer System Evaluation; Survey. city' approves -boundary. ""I'''' .
a quest/or funds to stop ground water Some 230 "reaches," a term the carries it out : i'' 4
from entering and diluting the sewer engineers used were Inspected, In the The council approve .having aboiindnry +
,'aystem, the city council 'Tuesday evaluation of the sewer system. Of the survey carried out. The city \.
.right' took another step in I Its now five 230 Inspections, 95 were found by the will in the near future make an offer !I
year effort to rehabilitate and engineers tobe cost-effective, for the 300 acre tract under consideration ,'.;
improve the town's sanitary sewers. meaning It will pay to fix the leaks the old airport about one" and a !'.
l The remaining 133: leaks will be left half miles south of Starke on the went 1'\1J'\ ;'
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Copies Sewer System Evaluation
fly since the amount of leakage stopped side of US-Mi.: Ruckman Maid an offer i.
f l Survey were distributed to city would not be worth the cost to fix will be made to owner Fred Mueller In .. .:"It
tDon commissioners by sanitary engineer them. Engineers said fixing the 95 the next 20 days. Ruckmunwlll report u ;
Ruckman of llammack
Bessent. worst leaks will eliminate some back to the communion the owner's '
I end Ruckman of Jacksonville. The will 113,000 gallons of extraneous ground decision to accept or reject the city's j v
report actually a large booklet
water from entering the system, offer ,!
be submitted EPA
to and If approvedby shutting off a little more than a thirdof Work on'the sewer Improvement !
EPA will trigger release of ,EPA the 3OO.00QIlIallons per day that I and expansion projects was begun
funds to patch leaking sewers, enters the system extraneously back In 1974 Ruckman Is seeking for
It will take nine months to a year for Engineer Den Huckman also the city an eventual $31: million '
,the project application to be approved reported no work yet on a Community Improvement and expansion
fay EPA. for the engineers to draw Development Block Grant. Requestfor program. The cllmuxt' put uP'j J
'I 1I ,specifications and receive bids,.and the l grant has been submitted to percent or Home $775.0on. of the $:J.:3 1'
,,' .for.EPA then to approve of the contractor the U.& Department of Housing and million.To .,
before work can actually Urban Development (HUD, has been date some $WK! ).omi him been approved
begin sealing the leaky sewer pipes.A commented on by the regional for different stages of the l ." .
.t clearing house, and Is now before the sewer program. Tho city has actually: _, r
previous EPA l grant 150,000 was state clearing house. received some $110,000: ( In federal
recently! used to survey the city sewer Ruckman also reported that EPA funds to begin work on the project
beginning, with a 201 Facilities if
'i. Planning Grant.;
Yet to be received Is some $7oaotw( I
) Gwernor4sked, 'To Declare already approved lopurchaw land tar

: '. > "" i.", dispersal of the.. effluent dnilgn'the .
f Newer facility and complete the '
I School Board Seat Vacant existing system.Culmination :
A4 of all the project will
'F be a $19 million construction:
., : Following!' the Bradford County School Board meeting Monday night June 19. program which will 'Hee aewertlimr
'"' 3ov.Rubin Askew was advised board member Arthur Holliday had been extended to the outlying area* rd the
Lie te attend the lost five regular meetings of the, board and asked the city. with a concentration the Heno'
{ iition be declared vacant. v' area. C'
Signed by chairman J.T. Parrish and board attorney Jesse Wolbert the letter Kouds torn up during the construe1: I
9 ""rVl' ,n vs: 'The Scjtool Board'of( Bradford County and Its chairman have had no tlon to Mop the leaks will he repaved, '
..., Uf k ltH'fIf.'Honltfe.JM.I..Ma( IM lA4Sh.t&9 jjrcsyw 1 s for his.recovery&NMlNfeojttaefr.BMtured< the council, t' f.J. ; -.ii.iIw.
Ala.Tethebeatoftheknowledge: of the School Board o/Brad/ord Couneynd mil "*that reason: Commiiuianfr t.hllrlH-.1:
l' t other personnel concerned Mr. Holliday now resides and has resided In Schaefer noted, he avoided repaying
\ w ? l t .e Atlanta Georgia since February 1978." streets that will be lorn up unywav'
l The letter asks Gov. Askew to suspend Holllday and declare tho position when the IK'lII'l.'r'leakll are repaired
Learning To Keep Their Heads Above Water vacant so a name may be placed upon the ballot In the upcoming general when planning the city' $:WOIN)
election paving program( for the \eor'. Those
r QUalifying opens for county offices July 11 and closes July 25. roads will hi- repaved an>wa\
Area youngsters are learning to swim this summer The kids pictured are learning in the first summer Holliday last attended a school board meeting In January. He suffered a Sihoofvr noted
with the helD of oarents and instructor Debbie Birnbaumat session offered by the YMCA. A second session of the stroke In February and has been recuperating at the home of his daughter in The city has some SIMI.IIMI: <> ) in ro-
the Starko Golf and Country Club swimming pool swim classes will also be offered at the Starke G & CC Atlanta. The stroke resulted in brain damage which affected his speech: and serve funds for its local I matching
starting July 11. Carol Zimmerman aquatic supervisorfor walking.Parrish. portion of the 2.1: million 'sewer
Tam Sum lino (front, top grips a bath toy to help him the Gainesville YMCA said registration for the second at the close of the board meeting Monday night asked if anyone had project.. Ucxomie certificate have
self learn to master the water while Michael McKinney session will be Thursday June 29 at the Country hub heard from Holliday,saying his absence caused "touchy" voting situat Ions. been approved hut not sold by the city
(middle left) has mommy help. Tammy Jo Tatum from 130; to 3 p.m. Board member Arthur Goskins said he had heard Holliday Intended to resign for the remaining 1.UII.IJlMI.<>
(middle right) goes off the pool slide and Julie Ferguson and he hoped that was the case so someone could be on the ballot. Goskms Buck in IU74 the city was prohibited r
waits her turn after their instruction session has ended. Cost is $23 for country club members and $36 for non- added rumors were board members were pushing for a certain appointment to from connecting any more customers!
Tana's little brother Santlya (bottom left) gets a helping members.The session will last four weeks with each class the board onto the sewer system because the ,
hand from Instructor Debbie Birnbaum and wipes water meeting three times a week. Classes for children above "That Is the furtherest thing." said Gaskins. plant had reached! its capacity of "
from his eyes while Robert (bottom right) painfully four years old last for an hour while the younger children Superintendent Tom Casey said his only phone contact with Holliday was he efficiency Kxiess ground water
accepts his Saturday morning lesson. swim for half an hour. Fees must be paid at registration. would try to make the June meeting infiltrating system' made too much
water go through the plant and cut

High Money Figure Delays Action on Cafeteria'Bids pollution requirements Addition| of standards,chlorine to belowstate the water in

I the sewer plant. a program Mill being ..,
carried on. keeps the percentage of
I After receiving bids higher than Ernest Tried Construction Co. of Hampton cafeteria, and $1,450 for funding is available for the project. to the county staff for evaluation were treatment above state requirements t I IIi
I expected on renovation of the high Keystone Heights submitted a base Southside cafeteria. The county has already received a food service and Insurance bids. \. securing tho EPA funds the city p. )I
, school cafeteria, the Bradford County bid of $158,774, 10 percent above the The board voted 2-1, Mrs. Spengler $50.000 planning grant. Accepted, if the trailer meets specifications Is liking its bonding power to turn .
; School Board Monday June 19, postponed estimated bid of $146,000 Five alternates dissenting to advertise for bids for The board also authorized! Salley to was a bid of $5,250 and an J7IMMMHI' into 92,i million. The! city ,.:
, awarding the apparent low bid. boosted the total Triest bid to cafeteria equipment and seeking the complete drawing for additional bath- alternate of $4,450 for a refrigerate: Hue \mlln points! out. is turning everyone
I 171923. Highest of the seven bids food service grant.In room at Lawtey. trailer for the Vo-Tech commercial! of tu newer system dollars into
space Elementary. driving course. $5.800 has been bud-
opened was $225.950 another construction project four
As much of the work as possible will
J Architect Craig Salley said the bids Salley was authorized to proceed with be done by Vo-Tech students and the geted for the Items. Rejected were
I received Monday night followed a the design development phase for county staff, said Casey. bids for petroleum products. Casey In other action Tuesday night the j
I parallel seen in other projects: of expansion of the Vo-Tech Center was asked to negotiate contract with council: I
I 5: wX ai being 20 percent higher than estimated Casey said $16 million in state Other bids opened and turned over low bidder Register Oil Co. Approved two 50fnwide streets ;

! for acceptance by the city on properlyowned
Board member Arthur Gaskins said by S.R. Hicks the city' streets
the board knew what they were goingto $242,202 Bid Let City Hallrepayment superintendent. In southeast Starke.
j bid and he saw no alternative to on The streets will run the length ol
ji spending the money although it was Hicks' property and each will be
jI more than expected.Superintendent Assured by an "honest and will be approximately total available to around 136000. about i mile long.
HrrP- i* Tom Casey asked 'realistic" $136.000 kitty scratched up 15720. Schaefer said. The city is Edwards explained. -Approved ordering pipe for u
I Saturday. June 24 5 the board not to put off awarding the' by clerk Merrill Edwards, the Starke .,presently obligated to a payment of The figures were realistic and drainage ditch In Soulhgate
bid. He said the building was In city council voted 5-0 to award low 111.323 for the garbage truck it Is still honest. Edwards assured Schaefer. Subdivision an area that had high
I substandard condition and critical bidder Music It Worth Construction paying off. Had the fire truck been Schaefer then moved for acceptance water in the recent heavy rain +
I. Fish FryMethodist from safety point. A recent safety Company of Live Oak the contract for added on a five year pay out, like the of the $242.202 Music It Worth -Was told by Gas Superintendent
, Youth Inspection Indicated several deft. the new 7.200 foot city hall for garbage truck, the city would have bid and for the city to finance $190.000) Bob Patterson that natural gas
I I.. Jp.m.lp.m.Fellowship ciences. said Casey.A $142.202. square had a payment of over 22.000 of the city half, fire truck, and supplies should be plentiful In the near
Hall motion to officially receive the The council c went: for the entire annually garbage truck package future .Industry switches to oil and
!i' .,s.4' S2aach :. bids passed 21. Board member package accepting the original 7.200 By financing the city: hall the fire "What are we doing about a police coal. Patterson said that was the topicat
, Vernon Parmenter was out of town the first Natural Gas
\ on foot building plus equipment. truck and refinancing the existing building asked councilman Joe Association
. ,,\ i<,,I : St.-Sun..June 24-25 business and board member Arthur square Instead of the cut down 5.600 square loan on the garbage truck for 20 years, Warren. convention he attended
j '''''t. .I Holliday was absent due to Illness. foot version. The building will Includea the annual payment to the bank will "W e'll take care of them out of next -Was shown a petition ,by-
I ". (See accompanying story). large room to be left unfinished and be 115.720. just 4.397 more than the year's revenue sharing" Schaefer councilman Schaefer calling for the
'. National Guard loan but less than It replied repaving of Walnut and Thompson
Training ., "When we first started talking will not include space for the Police present payment,
t I' Armory Edwards Rd. '. about the cafeteria it was for repair Department. If the fire truck alone had been At that point, fellow Building Streets, among others. Schaefer said
and not even considering this kind of Plans are. Building Committee financed for five years. Committee member Vernon Silcox he Is only paving streets now thatwon't
I' }4 "r.MondayJune14 I cost. As long as we don't have a cafe ,member Charles Schaefer said to use As it la, the council will have to gave the second for Schaefer's be torn up In the upcomingsewer
' ,7 ," teria at another school (Bradford next year's revenue sharing funds to come up with less than $5.000 additional motion. rehabilitation program, tie
1 ', "J Middle School I can't spend this kind construct a 1.500 square foot police In the new budget to repay the Lay out what you're doing for the pointed out that the main target area
:. jl BC School Bd. '.. of money," said board member Pat building on city property across the $190.000 loan, already approved for police department" Warren asked of that block grant is the Reno area. F
: 10a.m.. Spengler.Chairman; street from, the present county Jail. the city. Schaefer Schaefer also termed it "political
I /; \,.:; J.T. Parrish asked for The new city: hall will be built on the Revealing clerk Edwards" figuresto "The council I has agreed to buildinga suicide" to pave Walnut Street.
11 ( Brother Council time to study the bids and a special vacant lot immediately to the north of the council Commissioner 'police building across from the Walnut Street Is paved now with brick
}.... .. 7tJO p.m. '." meeting was set for Monday June 26, the present city building bounded by* Schaefer said "I think we're In the county Jail." Schaefer. said. Police laid in 1918.. surveyor Merrill
"'" }"' 1' '''' Ii... r., at 10 p.m. to decide on the project. Jefferson. Thompson, and Jackson '.ballpark Mf'I Chainnan:to go ahead Chief-;:Jimmy Bowen said Tuesday McMillan said. recommending/ the
.. ry f.. '.A. ,Tuesdays June 27.. 1 'X,;, "i''t+. Salley said the few' days delay' ,Streets.'The present city quarters will and finance Ne.newctty hall.'* night that a city police building,near city leave that street as it is:The dip.
..... \'. would not affect completion since the be torn down once the new building is But before they would put a motion the county tail( has been his ld*a fora In the street juftt nerve Id slowilmur I '
j. I"I' ., f. 'i"1,i project would not be finished until completed. on the floor to accept the low Music It long time. The vo-tecn center drew traffic In an area,with many elderly
,1 ow BC Zoning Bd. ;. ,; past school opening in the fall. Architect for the new city: hall Is Worth bid,.the- council members re up the plans for Bowen of a 1.500 residents. McMillan pointed wit. ;;
l 100 ,.m: ". Business manager Eddie Douglas' Don Morgan of Keystone Heights. peatedly questioned the city clerk to square foot building that Bowen and Agreed to ask city attorney
I said the board had 190.000 availablefor make certain the money la available the council estimated will cost around George Pierce what can be done about
Ralfard Council remodeling and within 45 days the With the $136.000 Clerk Edwards 25000. residents with sewer available who do
! .. ,,30J! .m. : ',, board would know if they would came up with the city will need to Edward distributed a sheet Contract for the construction will be not choose to hook up. Councilman Jute
.' '."' t. _.. receive 75 percent funding on a Food finance some $190.000, of which showing cash in the city hall building signed at the July 11 council meeting Warren brought the mutter In the-"
f '. c: ? J Service Equipment Assistance Grant 110.000 will be the city hall. The fund of $62.013. cash from a gas law architect Morgan said. The council council's attention saying the city 'linn
1' iIIbr '(dammunJiulatr The school board would then be required council must also obtain funding for a suit settlement last year of $4914. acceptance of the bid Tuesday night an investment when 1 it run sewer t
to match 25 percent or about $49.973 fire truck just purchased and and a $23.00O reserve fund for a self also meant Morgan can authorize lines and that when pt'fIpIt'dtm'l INN* v
: j'J .. dunk 12462. The cost of equipment requested must refinance a $30.000 existing not Insurance plan the city: started years .M--Ic" Worth to prepare a bond and up the city get nolluVg in return for
Is $45,000 for the high'school at the Florida Bank at Starke. ago and dropped. Those three figures secure insuranr for lhe job. Its Investment.. Thectty alrcudt him n
i I j1 1'-"Mw IwwN- Vai cafererla. $1,500 for the Starke If the 190.000 Is financed at 5.5 percent added to $130920. and interest on the Construction will be about nine compulsory hook up law on the;honk,
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_ Hampton: Hires New Marshal F I Post 156, '., \ r. il'

To Install ...
In a move towards Insuring a cater had a full time marshal. The city has emphasized the need for a strong .
town the Hampton City Council been without marshal for the last marshaUsaylng, "In the past, certain
approved the hiring of former Starke two months. The salary of the full people have approached the marshal
policeman Dave Huber for the time marshal was Included In the and said 'If you like your lob, youwont Officers
/ position of town marshal In theuraday.June' year's budget, compiled last bother certain kids,' meaning
) ', is, regular meeting.The September. their own children. I hope the new .
hiring of Huber marks the first Huber was sworn In Friday at 10 marshal will be strong enough! not to .' Starke American Legion Post 96
time In' tlx year that Hampton has a.m., and began working full time at do this," "; i \ will have Its annual dinner and
the pay rate of. $500 per month. In other business conducted at the Installation of officers Tuesday night,
J Councilman John Allen suggested meeting, attended byfabowtflss' 4 .. J June 27.Otto .
Car' Flips that the new marshal's hours be fluctuated citizens the council officially loweredthe I.iI. f*. Slemer: Jr. will be rein-
salaries of the : nd the five Commander
so that prospective trouble- mayor l ylx< Fr, stalled as Post Other
makers "won't be sure when he's council members from $50 to$25. The officers to be Installed are: Bryce T.
Youth HurtAndrew coming and going." The Council remaining 29 dollars will go toward ,iI. SFCC Scholarship Winner. Titus, first vice-commander: X.M.
adopted the idea unanimously.The the costs of the new water system. Smith, finance officer; Joe Cissy,
Barry, 19, of Starke The salaries of city clerk Mary Allen ,I adjutant; William (Bill) II..., service
suffered a ruptured spleen when the city has purchased a Florida and city attorney Richard Welty; 1178 BUS graduates who received Santa Fe Community College scholarships officer; Bryce Titus, Jr.,
he was riding In. driven by Jay state trooper car for use on the job, remain unchanged. f W.i. were sergeant et-armi, and John Grew, I',
car Godwin Starke overturned and slid but the car must still be repainted. The council also approved'' purchasing '" Front row, \i Academic scholarship winners Slum Edwards Kenny historian. ? ', 1 I
off of Club Hoad Huber will use his own car until the 30 miles per hour speed limit Rodrigue Katby,Taylor. An attitude adjustment hour will be
50 Friday, June 16, at 11 new patrol car is ready. The old signs, to be put just inside. the city Back. row Performing Arts scholarship winners Michelle: Gulllton, drama t held from 1:30.7:30: p.m. A smorgas
was admitted p.m.to Alachua Hampton police car was auctioned off limits at all approaches to the Wwm:i'('( Kevin NeeU mutlc;'Cindy Canova, Supelll Award Beck scholarship: winner board supper will be served from 7-8 f
General Barry early Saturday morning for $75. Hampton Villa will also receive a city Bonnie Cui...,.... p.m. and Installation will follow. I
where he underwent surgery for removal Hampton resident Buford Parker limit marker. ,, Not pictured Beck scholarship winner Jon RnnneUs. Members and their wives are urged to '

of the spleen. Barry is recovering attend. Past post commanders are <
and should be released also urged to attend the Installation. i
Thursday or Friday Brooker Orders <[)0 Gallon Water Tank "No long speeches just good fellowship i<
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Godwin and two other riders, Nancy and food, said post commander
Payne and Jana Godwin were not injured I Si enter.
in the wreck. The 1975 Ford Chef Charles J. Schaefer promised '
driven by Godwin had a damage Disagreeing with the engineers' said the size of the tank had airtadv; ,J ment of 10 percent' of the total said Raulerson. Also discussed was at least am surprise In the menu. "We I'
estimate of 1500. recommended water tank size, been decided In earlier talks along, construction cost or $1,500, whicheveris the need for a safety shield for the are going to serve food that you do not I
On Wednesday, June 14:at 10 p,m., Brooker council members Tuesday, with the' rest of specifications. maximum. patrol car and a siren. Purchase was eat at home all the time; you need a ,
the car driven by I lor Ice Junior June 13, directed Jerome Kelley to Kelley said he would not be using,all Kelley agreed to draw postponed until Bradford County change in menu,." said Schaefer r
Sellers of Law ley pulled into the draw specifications for a 10,000 gallon the specifications drawn up by the ,I specifications for ,a new hydro- sheriff Dolph Reddish can meet with Others on the food committee are Bob \
Way on SR-16, the brakesfail tank to give the town sufficient water council. pneumatic tank, chlorinator, booster the council to discuss Raulerson being Paterson Sam Wise and Bill Haas. /
and the vehicle ran into the presHure. The council earlier had planned to controls and related work bonded for the county for patrol out "The Legion la alive and well," said i I
front of the store. Damage to the car Kelley, an engineer for Sverdrupand draw Its own description and.bid the items. The specifications will be submitted side the Brooker city limits.In post vice-commander Titus "There j
was $100. Damage to the store was Parcel of Gainesville, said his for DER approval and Kelley other action, the council: are more veterans moving to Florida r
estimated at 13,000.\ obligation was to recommend 6,000 project, but were told by the Departtment agreed to attend the bid opening.No -Approved a contract for one year than any other state and these
On Saturday, June 17, at 8:23: : p.m., gallon tank aufflcent to take care of of Environmental RegulationDER date was discussed for completion garbage pickup. Willie Grimes was veterans are Invited to visit and join !
the car driven by Eugene Conrad Brooker's growth rate and not spend ( ) an engineer was required. of the specifications to be sub- the low bidder at $300 a month. the Post," added Titus.
Griggs of Lake Geneva received $100 more money than needed. Kelley took on the project after S&D mitted to DER. Kelley said the first Service officer Haas reminded the
damage when another vehicle cutback lie added he was under the completed some 'preliminary work, step would be a survey of the leased Discussed garbage dump hours Post the American Legion was one
too soon while trying to pass on impression council members were and were told the firm.was no longer property on which, the tank will be with Vernon PrescotL The newly of the largest organizations opposingthe
SH-21, striking the left front bumperof concerned about the initial cost to needed. ', located. Brooker leases the area from signed contract calls for 9 a.m. to 5 Veterans Administration Hospital
Griggs' car. The driver of the repair the system and a portion of his A contract presented to the council the state Department of Agriculture p.m., but Prescott has not been program placed under the jurisdiction
second car was not known. recommendation was based on that was looked over and approved 4-0,' In a water related matter arriving until after then, said of the Public Health program.
reaxon. Steve Nipper was absent. accountant Pat Farnsworth presentedthe Stalnaker. The council said it would "Veterans should be aware. that l
Council members C.J. Stalnaker Kelley contract calls for a pay- annual audit and a management ask Brooker attorney Jesse Wolbert to some people In high office are con !.
Refrigerant Exploders, letter He advised the council the look over the contract. tinuing to attempt to reduce the bene-
Merrill McMillan To 'SemiRetire'City current rates do not support the Stalnaker said It had also been fits that veterans have earned by their '
Mechanic Injured system and without state revenue called to his attention that Prescottwas service In the wars of our nation and ,
snaring the system could not operate. going through the bags of hOuse- the best way to have their voices I,
surveyor Merrill McMillan announced express how humbly grateful am for 'Farnsworth said he would return to hold garbage looking for salvageableitems. heard is to belong to the veterans 11
Raymond Simmons mechanic at "semi.retlrement"TuCllday having the city for a client over a span
Edwards Safety Service on N. Temple night after 31 with the of 31 ," McMillan wrote. next months council meeting to discuss organization such as the American.,
years years '
council members "If it Is that personal, they better Legion said Haas. r
any questions
Avenue, received a broken right arm, McMillan plans to remain In
city."It it at home said councilmemberGene Post 56 recently selected two ,
have. ,
fractured wrist,and several deep cuts just means that if I want to go business and limit his practice tofllhln' might keep
In other business Brooker Marshal Melvin. The council took no outstanding High School juniors Todd
when he had I I
refrigerant placed In a fishing on Tuesday won't have to consultation and land
Raulerson disagreed with action the complaint. Ashline son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Tommy I
car's wait until
air-conditioning system exploded Saturday to do it, planning in that order
after the motor was started McMillan said explaining his Pat Welch of 'city clerk Eva Clark's statement at A special meeting of the council has Ashllne and Nelson Green son of Mr. \
of up. In move. an employee last months council meeting that the been set for Monday! June 26, at 7:30 and Mrs, Harry Green to attend Boys
Crewmen a Bradford County notifying the council of his McMillan for the past IS years: will S:; I
had not moved In two to discuss the vacant position of State in Tallahassee and presented
police car p.m.
unit administered first aid and decision letter
rescue by McMillan noted he open a surveying office. The council
weeks."I fire chief. Fire Chief George Pierce awards to outstanding students ',iat
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carried Simmons to the Bradford has been exposed to land Indicated Its
to work
surveying willingness with take pride In what I am doing. I was dismissed by the council at its Bradford Middle School and Bradford':
lie later for 53 .
County Hospital. was transferred years, 39 which were In Welch. The council also agreed to "
to Alachua General. It will be responsible charge of diversified retain McMillan in the same position answer to the council, not the clerk, June 13 meeting. High School during awards night.

another six to eight weeks before he Is surveys."I he now has with the city as a
able to return to work. cannot find appropriate words to consultant.
SFCC Registration Set Here Tonight Rape Conviction

Registration for'the Summer ((8)) 'The summer term runs from June
. --- .1 Term of Santa FeCommunty College 27 through August 17. The SFCC I .
will be held Thursday, June 22. at Starke center office will close June 23 Nets Starke Man
r -..<- _. :+;;-rl'::' Bradford High School from 6 p.m. to 9 and reopen. August 30. ",

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0 \ 490 q t1 Sea Shells Displayed At Library"She 8 Years In Jail \

r sells sea shells from the sea ,director Dan Smith.shore. A 43-year-old Starke man, Clyde
: : V .';The public library isn't selling Virginia Grigg chief 01 Library Leslie Hall, convicted in a jury trial
'IJut they do have' 'tremendolJlt lelee.: 'Developn 'nC;" State 'LI.bra'ry :'01:00: ,", last.moMh of raping a ISryear-oJdtgirLuiif\
-1 e.J Ion pfsheForyyutP"s.". 1 'I Florida" has graciously loaned 'her'collectiodof :who.went on f bv'4rip'with*'hurt* wwn-tUl
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1'''' .hl'II.'I""t: '* sentenced to 111I
; eight data
ov""r"" 1 00 ., years 10)
"Dig In"is the theme for the annual library for the program. Some are prison Monday :
.. Summer Reading Program beginning very unusual and you might want to
Acting Circuit Judge Elzie Sandersof
at the library June 26, said library try identifying some on your own. Bradford
County presided over the
2-day trial in Gainesville In May and
+ 6 Kindergartners Graduated From Day CareThe sentenced Hall.

Community Day Care Center Clarence DeSue III, Paul Miller, The girl testified at the trial that she'
located at RJE graduated six children Franwortha Robinson and Donteto was raped during an overnight stay atlIall'l
kindergarten in ceremonies held at Williams. hunting camp at Louise In
1 the Church of God In Christ on N. Pine Several other children are expected Alachua County after a family friend
St. in Starke. to enter Head Start In August. failed to take her home for the night.
Students entering kindergarten The Communtiy Day Care Centerare Hall admitted having sex with the

- I .. I i-TI iT \ I : Shanda Barnes. Sean Crawford will dose July 17 and reopen August 7. girl, but testified she consented.

Training Award Received By Local 631st Guard I I

The local National Guard unit, the The unit will send 17 enlisted per. Joseph E. Wilson SP5 Robbie L.
63lst Maintenance Company received sonnel to summer camp for annual Hines. SPS Mike L. Pike. SGT Michael
next to the highest possible rating for training from June 24 to July 8 with W. Rhoden. SGT Jerry E. Redding
training conducted at Camp Blanding HHC 50th Supply and Service SP5 Daniel Rosier SP5. Edwin L.
; from May 27 to June 10. Battalion Sanders and SPS Rodger D Arnold.
-- ,. The unit will conduct inactive duty
The 17 enlisted personnel will haveas training at the armory June 24, 25.:
their mission the job of furnishing The unit has over 200 members and
DISCOVERCHIROPRACTICS maintenance support for the other those who can qualify are invited to i
1.500 troops at Blanding during this join or visit the armory this coming .I
I' : period. They will be responsible for weekend said ISG J.E. Tomlinson. I
J repairs on radios and signal equipment There Is no better way to learn, earn
I : furnishing parts and supplies and build a retirement' said
', ,. Staunch and True! If you are suffering needlessly -
then chiropractics for all repairs and for repairs on Tomlinson.
may help you. Headaches, generators and other equipment. Unit commander, CPT David L.
disc problems arm and Bennett laid "We have had a good
American Colong shoulder, and back conditions Personnel attending ls annual training year and our enlistments
are'''just some of the training period are: continue all the time. We can truth-
conditions 1&- hal helped. It SSG Doyce Griffis, SSG Emmett M. fully say those.who have evaluated
be answer to Norton, SGT Louis W, Donahoo SGT the unit itate this is one of the finest .
may your William D. Lancaster SGT James T. National Guard units in Florida and
Oak Finish better health. Compliments
in Mellow, Hand-hewn of Dr. R.E. Dopson. Lee. SFT Delmar J. Williamson, SP5 the entire National Guard.: "

Chiropractor." Starke.. Call David E. Woodard. PV2 Dewyne T. '
r 2 Inmates Indicted
4-PC. SUITE OF OINIROUS PROPORTIONS M-8018. Clark, PV2 Harriet L. Middleton SGT ,

For Murder ,2

; TOPS, INTRODUCTORY Two Florida State Prison Inmates
were indicted Monday by the Brad rX
$ 5 ford County Grand Jury for the

Triple 0,....', Mirror, 3 899 Patrick stabbing death of a fellow inmate. on ,j;
November 13, 1977 :
I S.Drawer Choir and Bod. The first degree murder indictmentwas

the only action taken Monday by
Borrow touch of the past and put it" m your living now' Here it ; .
a the Grand Jury and' no other discussions ,i.} .
bedrooms that it equally af' n
handsome eountry-look '
scheduled, Jk'
y are according to
the 0.sgn.dlor lotting appeal with strong uncluttered Announcesthe 'j ,
r ,r city. State Attorney Tom Elwell.
---4. lines to perfectly oeeent the deep gioinmg and drawers.r.eh. oak See finish.,hsfonoehc The alleged partners the murder '..
R' __ > All cases hove dove-toiled and cenier-guided i are Michael Page, 22. and Curtis ;'"
bedroom value today and look at companion open stock Foster, 24. The victim was Oscar, .
r pieces now priced ot similar, savings' Night, 'table'59""e.lro. opening of his officefor" Kearse 49. The state's case showed I

,> l.. ., < that the murder weapon was a screw .
OUR TIRMS LIT YOU 'NJOIT NOWf. .' ', ."{.,*"'.' ';.. driver. Kearse was serving a life term
% 'C FI ;" for murder.
LAND SURVEYING'I. Page was serving a 60 year sentence .
IT'S A FACT ,s-" for robbery and Foster 20 years t
) P.d.'al D.d Sactwlor Ch '
\ for robbery committed in Escambia:

L.7011.31..... Huth?. 111' ..aIiH:1 you DO BETTER, WHEN YOU SHOP ,AT : ,t, .' County in 1973. ;
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Water IssueCools 7f BUARC Director'sJob ,

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Off. .For Now Switched to Part-Time ,

Rev Will Wright of Lawtey has year: In grant money and the hoard ,r. "
For the first Urn in month the city officials In office that will try To been selected aa administrator of the decided one-fourth spent. not one 'J
controversial Hampton water Issue find a cheaper alternative than Bradford-Union Association of salary was too high.
*inot brought In the number three but would
up town system still Retarded Citizen replacing Joel
meeting.iJiH meet state Department of Environmental Hodges emphasized Steinberg did a ,
Steinberg contract will
expire fine Job in the he nan been I
year with
% city council meeting Regulations standard. June 30.E.W .
Thursday, June IS, be water DEft representative Jerry Owensproposed of the the program and. received: a letter of !
system Issue was not on the said that the DER will approve any 1 7 BUARC said Wednesday the board recommendation. :
Discussion did turn to the Incident stem,a*long as its meets are''IA made a decision to eliminate the The slat funded program In Its i '
that has caused friction between the standards Mayor HZ.oiK a year full time executive third year has four other paid
council members and town citizen William Summer firmly believe director position In favor of a part personnel working at Sunshine Acres,
after the meeting however, that there I i. no system available that time administrator."The on Slt-lo, two others working with ,
would be cheaper than system board i 111 homebound children plus several! ;
Water putting more
system number three the number three, / Into the and money volunteers. .,. '.
minimum thou program reducing
system required by state City Attorney Welty says administrative costs, which is Pastor of Grace United Methodist 4
and standards at an annual cost of 117.380 that the user'agreement will be tried especially Important in a light Church in Law ley, |Rev. VrlghMis
recommended a total cost of t251,400lnwu first and he !hope that enough people 1' situation," said Hodges. lie money added president of the Bradford County. J
by-the will sign up to assure the FmllA that t 1 Sunshine Acres receives Ministerial Alliance. "
(48.000 J
Tuesday June 13, referendum elec- its loan will be secure. The user' a ,reNh ... t
tion. Number three, which assumes agreement 1 II basically a contract between FSP 1
$137.700 1 KmHA loan, passed by a"-28 the customer and the city Employees Complete CTI -- -- Girl Scout News --'-- r .It.
count over system number one, which wherein the user agree to use the _
was recommended by the councilmen water provided by the city The Department el Offender Rehabilitation has announced that Florida Neyatl Girl Scout! Day Camp starts Thane on staff Include Laurie' ,
and would have Included: fire protection A boo fine'win be assessed If the State Prison employees (standing 1-rH Howard L. Carrel Doyle .;, Mann Monday June 21, at 8:30 a.m. Mullins Janet Kimuti. Judy Dukes. t
and the largest capability for user breaks the contract. Rkhard W. Coins and Joe D, Lairnby. Jr. (seated I-r): Joseph R. Thomas If you are registered you will receive Andrew Abrams Patty Mullins, Irene ',1
future expansion,at a cost of ttM.800. Concerned Cittien's Council Sylvester P. Smith and Claude II. Dlnklns I recently. participated In the "" Information concerning Wainwright Cana Schmidt Terry
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The Concerned Citizen's Council Is member Jane Hall, expressing the Correctional Training Institute at Ralford. tnimportation. Staff for all units is Goodge. Gerrl Lewis, Donna Gruen.:
going through with If*plan to recall sentiments of other citizens,laid,"I'll This.Is the 30th CTI group to enroll the minimum standard currlculu which making plans for the week and looks Carolyn Eaves Debbie Purvis. Gwen. .
the four city councilmen Donald never sign the user's agreement, because to required by law.The Training Institute program I Is taught l In conjunction with like a lot of fun things will be Gray and CathySchoening. Ii
Helle. Ernest Greene A.C. Dennison, the risk is too high The fine is Lake City Community College and the graduates ears nine semester credits for happening.) There will be canoeing More picnic tables are ready this ,.
and John X. Allen. They want to get Just too much" successfully completing the full time ICO hour course. swimming hiking baton, crafts and week Another big thank you to Earl I
The program Includes' Instruction la the Criminal Justice System Legal learning about nature. Jones and Mutual lumber Morris'1! .
Aspects of Corrections, Operational Procedures. Principles of Supervision Williams. Richard Welty and Carmen*
Human Relations and Technical Training Skills which Include Firearms First Early. "
StarkeSOCIETY Aid and Fire Fighting' Techniques. pereonaS Scouts going to day camp are reminded -
I to bring a lunch cup. Kitupon. ,
BEAT (See Page I) Youth Injured' Fire Mr. and Mrs Elmer.. Welty of bathing suit towel shoes, nocks, I
Escaping Pompnno Beach and Mrs Linda Head handbook (Junior and t'mlrttes) and <*
Mr. and Mrs Gary O'Steen and Mrs.Frank Starling and children of of Tampa are Tuesday to Friday baton (tiC you have one. <./ '
children, Richard and Stephanie Panama City are visiting her parents Gregory S. Gibson at Starke is Intensive care unit at Shuniis Hospital guests of Mr.and Mrs. Richard Welty.
In Oregon and Mr and Mr. W.L. Thomas and Mr. resting in satisfactory condition after 'in Gainesville after an operation was j'
W shingtonvisiting relatives. They and Mr. Joe Starling from Tuesdayto spending Saturday June 17 in the required on a right 'arm severely John Williams of Tltusville spent 2i.IL K.- ;
attended the wedding of Mrs. Saturday. lacerated when he jumped out of a Friday and Saturday with his parents.
O'Steen' brother in Kennewick, Local Youth, 6 window to escape a fire. Mr. and Mrs Mack illlams. Sunday Local admittances' to Bradford/ J
Wash. where Richard and Stephaniewere Mr:and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli spent The 1e-year-old Gibson was guests( of the Williams were Mr. and County Hospital this week lmlu li>' 14
flower girl and ring bearer. Mr. the weekend with their daughter and Struck By Car., spending the night !In a Worthington Mrs. Charles McQuaig and sons. from Starke Mrs r'aroln Ka. "1
O'Steen brought his mother home family, Mr. and Mrs. James Biggs at Springs house owned by Angelina Michael and David of Waycross Ga. Mrs. Salhe l'ndt'r'lIoo.Irll.: Mark} .1/l lIlurrls
with him who lives in Bend, Oregonfor Atlantic Beach. Now RecoveringSixyearold Smith. Fire struck the house "about S Mrs. Edna: S uuve :\Irll. Juli.i; ;
a visit Mrs. O'Steen and children a.m." Saturday and as Gibson DUPLICATE/ BRIDGECLLR Winters UBCO Forsvlh.. HON ,Dewberry I
have gone on to California for a three Mrs. Bobby Case and family of Anthony Brown son of jumped out of a window to escape the REHl'LTS Bertha : ,'w"omIrll: :,'. :
week visit with her family and Lake City are visiting her mother, Mr*. Clara Parker of Starke, Is recovering flames he was badly cut by window Jeff Wrcnshall and Eva Mathewsonwere Wanda.. : t and Robert ('ott'tn.in.. : "
friends. Mr. and Mrs. O'Steen movedto Mrs. Lou. Struth Monday to at home from bruises to his glass.He was rushed to Shands! where the winning couple at Duplicate !Mrs Aim 'ul of Hampton: !Humliill' '
Starke from Southern California 4(4 Thursday.Mr. !eg and thigh received in an accident he was operated on Saturday. Bridge Tuesday night. Rhea Johnson !Massey a> rs Daisy hompwtn ol
years ago. and Mrs. Frank Carnaval and June 6.Brown. The local boy Is resting In Shunds' and Lora Francis were second and Law lev. t Lesliehilohruil. ol
family of Johnsonburg, Pa. were last was injured as he darted general surgery ward now. He says ,Charlie Riddle and Jack Burnett were Lake Butla.!
Sybil Denise Kelly left June IS to go Tuesday to Thursday guests of Mr. from behind a parked school bus into doctors told him he'll remain there --third
overseas to spend her summer vacation and Mrs.Henry Stefanelli.Joining the the left front of a vehicle driven by until Sunday and then return In a
with her father,Clifford Kelly, Jr. family on Wednesday were Mr. and Macil McLeod of Starke as McLeodwas couple of weeks for another operationon :, t
and wife. Sybil I I. a ninth grade Mrs. Robert Stefanelll and daughter traveling east on Brownlee St. the nerves in his right arm.CORRECTION. () ,
student at BHS and granddaughter of of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Albert The youngster was taken to Brad- $ BYr2 VISIT OUR
Mr. and Mr*. Clifford Kelly of Stefanelll and family of Jacksonville, ford County Hospital and then takento =: *
Lawtey.' Mr.and Mr. James Biggs and son of the family doctor In Gainesville for I I- I 'MACRAME1CENTER k
Atlantic Beach. Wednesday visitor treatment. 984-7782
Mr.and Mrs Fred Wheeler Jr.and was also Father James Cregan of
family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Malone and Pensacola Employees Pay Most In Our Insert In Todays ISO W Call SI StarKe t ,
niece. Lynn, and Donald Wheeler -
Insurance ColtCORRECTlONf
Mrs. Lou Struth returned 'Cords
and Saturday r
spent Sunday swimming a cook- SUMMER .
after months visit with friends and CLaSSES ,,4'Y.
out at Camp Blanding.
The Price Of
and relatives Plant in City.Boynton Beach, Deland Unlike the Telegraph reported last Paper : NOW STARTING Beads r '
Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Bate of week, it I Is Starke's city employee
Jacksonville were Sunday overnight Mrs. Mary KAtherine KoprlouKm and not the City who pay the bulk of Chuck Steak Was MACRAME'Adult Books
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robbie and children of Tampa spent the each month's employee ''Insurance,. a Children
Shatter. weekend with her parents, Mr.. and bill*. Incorrectly Printed. BASIC ART &
Mrs. J.R. Wainwrlght. & Accessories I
Last week in a story about possible WATERCOLOR
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Hoppe of changes in the City'health Insurance
Adult 4 Children
Tampa spent the weekend with Mrs. Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and T.H. Slade programwe Incorrectly reported the The Correct Price
O.L. Beasley and Mrs. J.W. Kincaid attended the Slade family reunion In City pays $19 for each employee and DECOUPAQERUB .
and, took home. their daughter, ., Eufaula Ala, over the weekend. Mrs. ,the employees pay* $7 .out of his /Should Be MK.18 OUT ,Aa1 R Crash /
1 S1'tlils
Melissa,who was here with her.auntsfor Slade spent the weekend. with her' month's' salary. In actuality each .

.""''aetell d". ''I:;ju) /lit" miMr "',. Alb anlCa.Ial..'n.c" nl"iFQrfhilndfln'in' ',[fn' 'Insurance.employee pay about$19 a Month far 'i" "; .., rfh rfH'YOl ,......;liJtoj:>i a, -CHFffSTftfASWORKSHOPS,--.r-.. _"". .,. ,..; ... ..' M4".. I. "i'n'
with the City chipping In I --rJ1.t I. .. ;l.-
*. Lila Caldwell and Mr. and the other 17 of the total $26. II .... .
Mrs. Joe Neal Belche and daughter, Mrs. George Armitage of Lakelandis The City's policy has been criticizedfor Winn Dixie Stores j .' Cifti"
Linda, visited Mrs. Earns Yongue at visiting her sister Mrs, E.B. yielding low benefits for then' -
Fairfield on Sunday. Searing for a week. employees.; ---

Mrs.Victor Lamb and Mr. and Mrs.
John Crews spent the weekend sightseeing -
at Fernandina Beach, Fort
Clinch Plantation., Amelia Island and Kinglsey VERNON E. OLIN MICKEY'SFACTORY

Democratic Candidate
Mrs. Oler Crosby and daughter,
Melissa, of Fort Myers are for
Wednesday to Saturday guest of her 4S
parents Mr and Mrs. George BRADFORD COUNTY "
Hugging. Mr. Crosby will Join the STARXE GAINESVILLE HIGH SPRINGS a' Y
family over the weekend.
45 NW 1st
111 1 W. CALL ST.
Randy and Stefan 'Wheeler are District One AVENUE AVENUEEa.d8fflvaI
private schools advertise an i i experienced educator to help' I
visiting their uncle and aunt. Mr. and
Mrs A.C. Gordon in Jacksonville this spend a budget of 17,737.391.11 efficiently and beneficially. There Is no
week. substitute for training In education and teaching experience for this
special I 'fob.

Mrs.Helen Ricks of Florissant. Mo. f 1
and Mr. and Mrs M.J. Peterson of Private school business managers must have the best possible help to I
assist them In the most from
Silver Springs. Md. visited Mrs. L.H. getting every dollar. Public schools should
have the same right and obligation.Mr. -
Gibson the past ten days. Mr. and I
Gibson of Merritt Island
the the weePwnd.' Olin Is conservative. H. knows the value' of a dollar for he has I
Joined family over
worked for It. He believes In saving enough money by careful planning to PRICES REDUCED *
attain salary schedule' which will attract the. best personnel possible to
Mr. and Mrs Robert E. Allen. Jr.. educate our children. In addition he believes taxes should be kept low. |
Scott Allen, and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Register. and Vote In the Primaries. ON Men, Women & Childrtn't Clothe '"
J. Rhoden enjoyed dining out in Cedar Paid Political Advertisement by Vernon E. Olin Campaign Fund
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Television Viewers Also RevoltThe Bobby Taylor

With the Tooth Anniversary; of The t r'i Phonci SS4-42M Extension ZO*

Telegraph Just a little more than a
year away, it Is intonating to note

so-called: taxpayers; revolt promulgated by Karl Marx and that the paper, through an June I Is a buy month for our

Isn't the only revolution in unexplained error, celebrated lu Both vegetable gar rncrs. Since. most

evidence around the nation. Similarly Anniversary In Its Issue of June124' ... .-- vegetable. have been In the garden
; the message broughtby 1927- two years too 1IOOn.Thl.error for two or threw months, now is the

i From every aide, in increasing television series in which '' '''r .' time to take a look at some of the
of ; a was due to the fact that ".1'11' I"-Z-'J '_' .!';'"''- ''' !r.?! .
volume expressions and
e cornea in developments, problems,
about the of glamorous people indulge for some reason;; never explained, the rewanta.
concern extra-marital sex is that extramarital date of establishment of the paper

vulgarity irreverance, and bad sex is okay. The same was changed in the issue of May as, Insect and disease pests have not

taste to which television .la thing applies to drugs, homosexuality 1927 from 1ST (which Is correct, ) to been overwhelming most areas. In

sinking in its effort to attract and other immoral or 1877. < general, gardeners have had to do
audiencea for its I little or no spraying. Most serious
larger Whether not this.
unmoral activities. or was ,a -
have been apids cabbageworms
insect pests
advertisers. typographical error, or whatever the
; borers, budworms
reason for making the change,.la not : squash corn
tomato fruit worm, or corn
Michael Novak ,
Columnist says But the establishment .
known. erroneous
\ But (in doing so, television may; ear worms. Other insects have fed ona
celebrated by date carried for several
"Look at the values ; was
eventually cut its own throat variety of vegetables, but their
are becoming so television shows, even the best of type original before 1879.Accordingly it was. changed back" to .... '"'""I\ damage has not been severe so far,
offensive them. Are they the deepest
(and promise to be -- With the onset of the rainy season
worse next fall)that even some of Christian and Jewish values, on In Its June 24, 1927 and warmer nights,this Is expected to
whose strength this culture and issue The Telegraph carried a front
the sponsors such aa change.Tomato it worms,corn earworms
its free Institutions depend? Do page editorial announcing "Our both and pick! worms probablywill
Sears and other leading "
reconfirm and deepen the Anniversary, whereas. such reach a stage of destructiveness
spenders, have already; or are they and announcement should not have" been such that spraying will be necessary;
wish children,
values we our
threatening to withdraw their made until 1929. i
advertising dollars unless all ;young people to imitate? Do ;, Likewise you should be on the

television cleans! itself up. they; strengthen our spirits? If Although In error as to date" ; the Telegraph building at It looked during Camp Blandlng period of World War lookout for plant diseases to reach a
not. then what are we doing to editorial gives some Interesting II. Erroneous dais "EtUbllshed 1877" was still carried on sign over door. severe level. Severely diseased
information about an attempt to Refreshment stand at left was Individual should be pulled out
not operated during Blandlng'i peak days by Mae plants
ourselves? we are
t Numerous church and civic change the name of Starke in the one of the many concessionaire* who moved In to cater to i the soldier of the garden and disposed of. Re-
groups are redoubling their responsible, then who is? early days of its history. Remember, trade. malning plants should be sprayed

efforts to convince the television this was printed In 1927, and we quoteas weekly with a good garden fungicide.
And it isn't only excessive sex, follows: At this stage spraying will not be
industry to abandon Its paranoic violence, and junk on televisionthat helpful In controlling such diseases as

preoccupation with sex and can warp the young viewer'spersonalitl' CENTRAL CITY FORESTRYIN wilts and virus mosaics, a disease of
To fully realize what the Stark of
violence. characterized by diffuse light
The mere fact of the today has over the little town of 50, or end dark yellow and
TV set being in the family living even 30 or 40 years ago an earnest BRADFORD COUNTY by Tim LaBelle mottling of green,the foliage.or green.
The protest movement now room tends to diminish the effort was made to change the name
under way; isn't just a matter of of youthful viewers. of Starke to "Central City" because, June Is a good month to evaluate
prudish thinking by personality as some of instigators pointed out, some of those varieties that were
narrowminded reformists. It is No matter what they'rewatching "the name of Starke is not good selected at random from the, seed
good or bad it enough for extensive advertising" BRADFORD COUNTY GETS catalogs back In the winter or early
genuine concern over the effect contributes to the overall time A NEW FOR.STEItCounty spring Gardeners should determinehow

that the constant bombardmentof consumed in front of the "boob The name of Central City was well new varieties compared with
trash brought into the home by chosen because the town "was Forester Richard M. the old reliables. Some questions
tube" 30 to 34 hours a week for
television is having on American midway between Lake City and Schroeder will be leaving Bradford should be asked. Did the trial variety

family life especially the most youngsters, according to Palatka Cedar Key and Fernandina" County to accept a new position with produce a strong vigorous plant? If a
some surveys. rensacoia and Everglades the Division of Forestry in Talla- root crop did the roots form and enlarge
youth. While some adults may hassee. Richard Is looking forward to as desired? How about quality

have enough judgment to turn off The developing child needs Although the movement progressed the move but regrets leaving the of the edible product? Were the bean
programs when they become too work his to the extent that the town council Bradford area.Forester pods straight and plump or were thry
and opportunities favored the change and notice was misshapen and dwarfed
offensive, pre-teens basic relationships with his given that the legislature would be Tim LaBelle will be replacing -

teenagers, whose sense of values family, and his friends, thereby; asked to authorize the change col Richard here. He graduatedin What about disease resistance? You I

have not yet completely coming to a better understandingof name something apparently June of 1977 from the University of .a should record which varieties peri, v
developed, may expose them happened and the matter was not Florida and has been working in the formed well in order to plant them in. I
himself. The time '
selves to this demoralizing spent on mentioned again In later Issues of the Gainesville area as a forest ranger, another season. i
television serves only to reduce paper. Perhaps too many citizensprotested. :
influence without realizing what these opportunities.The It was not dropped "Being new to this area I am hoping Mulching effects are readily apparent -
they are doing. And mom and pop however, before the following to get my feet wet soon, and feel 1 in June. While weeds in un-
won't always be around to flick also needs advertisement had been drawn up to Bradford County is the right terrain mulched gardens are difficult deal
the switch.At young person to be Inserted in the New York World, for doing just .that," LaBelle said. with mulched gardens should have
develop the capacity for self. the Jacksonville Times-Union, and few wceda. Nematode injury Is obviously
direction in order to liberate the Savannah News: Quite a bit Is happening In forestry t reduced by mulching While
a meeting sponsored by; the himself from dependency, while at this time. The Division of Forestry nematodes attack mulched
National PTA in Chicago last television to HOME SWEET HOME Summer Environmental Program is vegetables the effects are not too
most helps
week, corporate executives, There Is no likelier place for a I home starting this week at both Blackwater severe due to the better conditions
several perpetuate dependency.The than Central City, the county seat of River and WithJacoochee State existing in the root zone Perhaps the
representing major Bradford County farmer/called Forests Applications are still being TIM LaBKLLE : most striking benefits of mulching to
advertisers, complained of child needs to acquire Starke. Founded In 1157-.2,000 taken from Interested students for be observed Is soil moisture control.

having too few Quality; programs fundamental skills in communication '.. *. what could prove to be the highlight of While vegetables growing on, un-
to choose from for use in prime 'Thuepidemic of 1858 passed over their summer. mulched. hot. sandy soils droop and
learn read Named
write Green
to to this city and the locality i belnx jrfr.v. wilt readily those In mulched Kiirdftui
Some executives,, u
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indicated they are fed up with order to function as a useful typhoid germs, is one of the healthiestin 'up for the FFA Forestry Camp at To Head County pays.
don't that It Is
O'Leno. forget next
being condemned for the member of society. Television the world. Thousands, Of acres

cheapness of the TV fare now does not further his verbal heavily timbered with pine for month. Some of the mulching materials observed -
being offered, and expressed northern shipment and suitable for Democrat GroupMrs. have been oak
may since it is merely Last but not least for most of you newspaper
development the cultivation of cotton, corn, leaves,
support for enlisting consumer we will soon be accepting applications pine straw hay wood
advertisers, and TV passive intake requiring no tobacco oranges peaches for the Division's seedlings. These are Lucile Green was elected shavings and plastic.
verbal participation on his part. strawberries and fruit of every kind sold at cost to our residents. Last year chairman of the Bradford County
writers in a campaign to improvethe await the enterprise of setUers at the more desirable species sold out Democratic Committee at a special One innovation worth noting Is the

quality of network programs. The child needs to discover his prices much lower than obtain near fairly soon alter orders were put In. If meeting Monday night, succeeding use of old tires in the garden. The tires
towns that have been built for are placed flu on the ground and
you want a selection we urge you to Vernon E. Olin, who resigned after
own strengths and weaknesses in ornament and boomed by artificial contact the Division office about announcing as a candidate for the tomato plants (2 or 3 per tire) are

There is doubt that the order to find fulfillment as an means. Alluvial lands reclaimed getting your application in the near Board of Public Instruction Mrs. planted inside the hole in the tire. The
no from the adjacent chain of lakes, will tires form a support for the plants
of adult in both work and play. future Green is a long time member of the
vulgarity and permissiveness Watching television does not lead produce unequalled crops of sugar county committee and a former State and more importantly the fruits
many television programs cane and vegetables. Committeewoman.Rally rested on the tires rather than on the
directly and indirectly underminethe him to such discoveries. Indeed Central City Is clean, commodious, Russia Goal soil, reducing fruit rots. :
virtues work it only limits his involvement in and well governed; churches and dates! for the upcoming
disciplines, those real-life activities that schools abound. Business Is brisk Democratic Primary were set as i heard of one gardener who struck t
ethics and other basic qualities offer his abilities elbow room plentiful, taxes are light Remains Same, follows-" < on great idea for getting( the full, delightful I
of might a genuine benefits of her "Silver Queen"
which the American way and there are no mosquitoes. A glanceat
upon .
life was founded. Instead of self. testing ground. the map will show you that the Rotarians Told"The Brooker Friday, August 18. sweet corn. She pulled the ears of corn
from her garden. went directly to the
discipline and austerity, tele- surrounding country, while rich Theressa Friday, August 25. L
beyond dispute in all the advantagesof kitchen. and placed two unshucked I
vision preaches instant gratification Parents who object to some of Florida. Is on the highroad Of Price of Freedom" a film Lawtey, Friday, Sept.. t. ears into the microwave oven. After
of every strong desire, the junk that is being fed their civilization. Everyone that showing the Imbalance in strategic six minutes in the oven, she removedears

whether right or wrong. Such children on television are urgedto contemplates coming south this forces, as well as civil defense be- Starke Friday, Sept. 8. and shucked them. The i
do not give a true write letters of support to net season should Inform himself of lilt tween the U.S. and the Soviet Union marvelous part was that all the silks r
programs advantages of facilities of the locality was shown at the Rotary Club last Johnny llobbs was elected came off with the shuck leaving
of America, but rather works and affiliates
picture encouragingthose of Central City week by Col. James A. Griffin permanent treasurer at the dinner nothing but clean white shimmering :
portray a fantasy land where people who are working to (retired) meeting held In the Pecan Room of rows of kernels with all the juicy taste

anything goes, and by some improve the quality of television.; The proposed advertisement was the Garden Restaurant and the following and flavor long" associated with

strange twist of moral values, the Program protests should be probably never published because the The film indicated that while the committee membert-at -large "Silver Queen.

"bad guys" are glamorized until voiced first to and then name was never officially changed U.S. in recent years has apparently were also elected at this time: Cecelia I
sponsors remaining Starke the name which is backed away from competition with Terwillegar Jimmy Scott Curtis _VETERANS AFFAIRS i
they actually become heroes in to profit-sensitive producers. said to have been given to it by GeorgeA. Russia for dominance, in world Sanders, and llobbs. I

the eyes of impressionable young Parents should also carefully Cole, the first postmaster of the affairs, there la no evidence that the HyUilllamS.llaa. !
people, instead of villains. select. the programs their town and owner of the 40 acres knownin USSR has retreated from its goal of Mrs. Violet Crosby commended Mr. Veteran*S rIce Officer J't.' i
children watch and not use legal descriptions as "Original world dominance. Olin on his enthusiastic accomplish.
Town of .' UIII said that he was ments during his chairmanship, and The Veterans Administration V.V I \ i
Most young people absorb television as a robot baby-sitter. given the privilege of naming the town The Russian strategy, as outlined in his resignation was accepted with insurance programs have returned

their lessons in morality by for his sweetheart. Another theory the film. Is to avoid a major confrontation regret. record dividends to veteran policy- I
; ; has It that Starke was named for the or nuclear conflict with the holders both last year and in)1976. '
example with many of the Another thing that can be doneif family of Madison Starke Perry, of West until the outcome would favor a i

models being provided by the ;you would like to join in the Alachua County the Governor of Soviet victory. Free Smokes The reason is more favorable i

entertainment industry TV campaign against shoddy programming Florida in early years of the Civil mortality factors and growing interest i
and movies. And what examplesare write and War. The USSR underwrites its objectives For PrisonersTo earned by premiums paid into the
express At any rate. Starke is still Starke, militarily and politically ,by plans. The law creating NSLI. the
they getting? In one specific your feelings to Morality in and The Telegraph was established in accelerating its development of World War II policy covering the largest
case, the film"The Chase," the Media. 475 Riverside Drive, New 1879. intercontinental ballistic missiles and Stop.lFree ; portion of insured veterans die-,

hero is a criminal portrayed by York City.; This is a national submarine launched ballistic tated that the Insurance plan be based

Robert, Redford. The villain in organization that is attempting to missiles, according to the film. Also cigarettes for state prison on the American Insurance Table.
by maintaining a massive military :This table is based on mortality pro"*
i the pact was actually the com- return taste and decency to all of TO THE force in Europe, opposing NATO Inmates a tradition dating back more jections on statistics gathered from

munity in which, without the mass media. It is a movement LETTERS EDITOR forces; developing naval 'forces for than the two end decades of this,month will be discontinuedat 1843-1860. The law also requires that

exception, everyone was that deserves the support of all projection of power and acquisition of the of according defender to invested premiums return a ,
portrayed as a rich, capitalist. conscientious parents. base rights in the Indian Ocean, the rehabilitation. guranteed interest of 3 percent. r,
Mediterranean, and the Caribbean; "
The sympathy is all the
"pig. PREDICTS ANOTHER supporting uprisings,most recently in The 3 percent earnings were to be
side of the criminal, who is In the meanwhile there is PROPOSITION 13 Africa; and deploying a Navy capableof Inmates may still be able to retained by the VA to run the, > I

cheered in his battle against the always the most effective methodof threatening U.S. access to sea linesof purchase the cigarettes although no programs and pay off policies. Since

community. The message of that clearing the airwaves of such Dear Sir: communications in a crisis.It decision has been made on cast DOR policyholders own the program. 'y
movie of is officials said. The decision to ,eli- anything above the 3 percent Is ,
course, the same one trash.Simply push the off button. Bradford
; Last week The County
was declared in the film that to minate free smokes came after the. returned to veterans as dividends. '
Telegraph contained an article havingto counter these objectives the U.S. 1978 Legislature cut a $500.000 budget Dividends are also generated because '
do with property appraisals" in this emphasis should be on decisive appropriation used annually to purchase the veterans are living longer than the '
county. I find It hard to believe that actions to deter events that might lead wholesale tobacco for the tables upon which NSLI Is predicted.

Rig4 BRADFORD CO this county will.spend thevalue close to of(100,000 to a crUis rather i than reacting after prison facility where the cigarettes Veterans pay more premiums into the
1 to appraise our the situation is out of hand. are made. plan because they live longer, these
Q properties. are! returned as a dividend. Interest
earned on premiums account for the
trrap1y Until the people that live In this area r *'" o I& ,bulk of such individual dividends.The { '
get upset about the ridiculous rise In "" "
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taxes the cost will continue to rise. If ,1MM1 {tL VA insurance program invests
this 100,000 was done away with, our Ilit hX ,yM" hw.,OJ its premiums In U.S. Treasury Cer.. "
.BOB Q. FERGUSON. M. MILLER taxes would be reduced. But it teems tif Icates.These investments averaged'"
that before will be Visit From St. Nicholas- 'Twas before Chriitmas. ."1 was
Publishers to me long we like "A ( the night 5.83'percent Interest return in 1977.'
California and" 'have another written by Clement Moor. in 1822... Christmas gift to hit childrtn. The law says the VA can only keep
Published etch Thursday and entered as second Class Matter Proposition 13 on our bands. Let's do percent to run the program, so the remaining ,
at the Post Office at Starke, Fla. under Act of March 3, 1879. away with all,, this unnecessary 2.83 percent went back to
pending and waste of public money policyholders. That interest '
Subscription rate kn trade area *7 per year: *4 alx months. -, hat grown over the past few yean earning and..,.

Outside trade are: *8 Per year.I..." Six Months. Richard L.Crane If It continues to Increase as expected,

.P.O.Box 863 1978 should generate another record
Phone WU-8305' f St..J.IoddiI '".?4 !'!f i<:Stark*.FU,. Soar lay if'It thunder on Sunday, gooi egg: won*| hatch,' J .dividend for.VA policyholders.j .* <

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Mr.and Mrs, H Alton Lawson celebrated breath and mama and papa doll between the hours 41 and S p.m. Lakeland.Mr.and Mrs.Williamson of t '
their golden wedding figurines. Providing piano background Among the out-of-town aunts were Green In.s Clyde Smith and I
anniversary Saturday, June 17, at a music at Intervals were Mrs. G.N. Grant or Orlando, Mrs. daughter or Jacksonville, Rev C "
j7' reception given by their children at Misses Cindy and and C.W. Preacher and Bailey Preacher Denton Sumrall of Orange Park Mrs. ,
the Madison Street Baptist Church Laurie Lawson and Mrs. Andy Rldgeland,S.C, Mr.and Mrs Bill Mildred Riven of Lake Butler and ;
Fellowship Hall. Jordan. Lawson and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Duke Mrs. John Dekle of Tallahassee. .
HA. Lawson of Auburndale and At points of interest In the hall were of Auburndale.Mrs.David Swindell of
Ada Register of Lake Butler were arrangements of mums, daisies, -- .__ .J .
united, in marriage June 17 1928 In potted plants and decorated: trellisesat
Lake Butler. The couple dived In either end of the room. WIDE SELECTION NEW STOCK Jl;; ,,1;
Auburndale for several years beforecoming The two punch tables were covered
to Starke in NW4 where they with gold linen cloths edged with lace JR. JR : sf
made their home, 'and'centered with crystal punch / \ .J t' .' .
:: '. Mr and Mrs. J.T. Lawson greetedthe 'bowls encircled with tern and daisies TERRYTOPS r11.
guests at the door.Standing In the i. Pouring punch at Intervals were l' '
receiving line were Mr. and Mrs. 'Mrs.;Harold Epps!: ',Mrs. Bert McGee SLACKS ;
I Lawson and their children, Miss ''Mrs.1 Eugene Tanner Mrs. Randal
i Elizabeth Lawson James (Bud) t>Bvid, Mrs. Dar est, and Mrs.
Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mary Overholser.Mrs. $625. $425 ,
w Lawson Mr and Mrs. Bill Morar and Ewell Lawson, who had
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan. charge( of the retention,had assisting BOYS & GIRLS --
p k The cake table was covered with a ''her Mr and Mr*. Drfvid Lawson, Mr $O50 $
1 1 hand crocheted lace cloth, made by ;ilnd'Mrs. Henry'Lawson, Mr. and 25
Mrs. Lawson'a mother, Mrs. CH. ,'Mrs.' Jimmy Lawson and Mrs. TOGALONGSSHORTSTANK i
I Register, about SO years ago. Under Raleigh Brannen.Mrs.Marie Siemer
: the lace cloth was a gold floor length kept the bride's book.
f\l; linen cloth.At one end of the table was Mrs Lawson was lovely for the
fot. ,a three tiered pillared yellow cake ''affair In a chiffon floor length gown In TOPS-SHIRTS .,
decorated with white daisies and Shades' blue,'complimented: with a'white.
topped with wedding bells and lily-of- ,'.purple throated, orchid, or.- SUN SUITS t1:' 1
Mr. and Mrs. H. Alton Lawson
the-valley. At the other end of the 'age.Al: .
table was a "First Love" statuary the'end GI the reception a thanks 6 MO. 14 Yrs. ., \
Hall-Terwillegar MarriedIn holding white daisies. Cutting the giving and dedication'service was ,
cake were Mrs. Bill Yates of West held attended by the family and a few \, $1 75JR. i'. \','
KH Church Palm Beach and Mrs.Joan Chilly of close friends Mr. and Mrs. Lawson \
Community ,.
Starke.On gave the dedication service which was ;.::
Ms. Georgie Hall of Palatka and pastor of the Community Church. the piano was an arrangement of closed by Rev. Charles Swartz.
Clyde B. Terwilleger-Jr. of Starke Attending the bride and groom were yellow and white daisies and baby's Approximately 200 guests called .
and Keystone Heights, were married Mr.and Mrs. Herbert A. Nelson Jr., Iii.nt" :
Tuesday, June 20, at 8 p.m. In the daughter and son-in-law of the bride CGLCJ r.T2\\ <
Keystone Heights Community groom. .r
Church. Following the wedding ceremony,a SHORTS '!
Officiating In the small family cerefamily dinner was held at the Blue 4 i ;
mony was the Rev. Tom Poston, Water Bay In Melrose .

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Mr.and Mrs.E.B. Searing,Jr. and Mrs. Pearl Colson was In Brooker PAIR n ,
family of Jacksonville spent Friday Sunday visiting Mr.and Mrs.Michael ."
and Saturday with Mrs. Searing Sr. Colson. SELECT FROM

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Darlene Shirley St.Marys, Oa. spent Sunday to Toesday H.M. Rlchardtf. Green lntl'eltaMeaer' HMt Thursday to
with her mother, Mrs. E.B. ,

Shower Honoree Saturday Mrs. Charles after eight-dayfc Hardy visit returned with gearing ., __. Joy St. John Is vacationing ,In Saturday. '

AL ''it'ite her brotr In-I", and'Mster. Dr. and Jennie and Rachel Johnson of Went Puerto Rico and St. Thomas Islands Mrs.W.I. Hart was in Ocala Fridayto
Miss Darlene Shirley whose Mrs. A.H. Furnas In Masslion! Ohio. Palm Beach were Thursday to for two weeks as guest' of be"uncleend : Monday visiting Mr. and Mrs Mike
to Arnnle Gibson will be and Kevin.
marriage an Tuesday guests of Mr.and Mrs David aunt.Mr. and Mrs. James Ma6n May son
event of July 28.was honored at a surprise and daughter, Laurie of Lake City.
Mulltm and
R.S. In family.
Mrs was Tampa Montgomery
bridal shower given by the Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Whitehead have
of last woeltat the Universityof
Bradford Teenago Volunteers on Tuesday South Florida wher.she served ona Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Patterson and Mrs.Jack Edwards visited Mr. and grandchildren, Mike and Melody
Tuesday, June 13, from 2 to 4:30: p.m. of kindergarten supervisors son Bobby, and Teresa Devore Mrs. Wayne Edwards In Jacksonvilleover Bishop of Jacksonville visiting them
at the home of Mrs. Maurice Over panel the weekend. this week. Jana and Michelle White-
and Kenneth in
evaluating takenon visited Mr. Mrs. Hart
were survey last
street at Keystone Oaks. head of Jacksonville spent week
criteria for kindergarten Palatka Saturday nightMr.
After opening her gifts the honoreewas : teachers for the State of Mrs. John Snead of Tampa visited with their grandparents.Mr. .
presented with an electric can Florida and Mrs. George Lawson and Mr.and Mrs B.J. Eggers on Sunday.
opener, a Joint gift from the daughters of Old Hickory Tenn were, and Mrs Charlie Wiggins of
Volunteers. Archie Green of Miami spent the Monday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.: Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stearns made Stockton. Ga. were, last Saturday
Refreshments consisting of finger weekend with his mother Mrs. L J. David Montgomery.Mr a business trip to Tavares. on Tues- visitors of their aunt Mrs L.D.
sandwiches chips, nuts, mints and Green at her home on LalrecGeneva.Johnnie ..day. Vining.
punch were served from a lace and Mrs. Arthur Boelllnger and
C Mrs. Charles Fink
and family of
covered table with red and white Miss Sandy Fogg underwent sUrgery
Hobbs, Jr.
was on the family of Belleville,Ill. spent Monday Green Cove Springs visited her
.... streamers along the top. Centering 1 a tN I- Dean's list with a 4.0 average for the and Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. B.J. mother. Mrs Ella Moody on Monday in Shand's Teaching
the table was a mache wedding .Hospital
paper Donna Branuey UF Spring quarter. Eggers. Tuesday. a<, ..
bell and candy striped cake New Candystrlper President f ......._ -- -- --- - lit
Games were played and live plants -
were awarded to the winners. .. ".'
Miss Shirley was a past president of Donna Brantley -.T. 473-3775:

the Volunteers. Elected President John Drowr o
Guests attending were: Mrs. Frank
Shirley,mother and former sponsor of gOat cram i. MY GOSH THEY
the volunteers; and Misses Myra Candy StripersDonna 0U/ PUT A O r rKttY
Hankerson Ann Brooks Joy Bell
Brantley was elected presi-
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Donna Deb! y
Terri Cogdill. Brantley
Overstreet and Mrs. Overstreet. McDonald's meeting Tuesday Restaurant.night, June 6, at p W'v

Elected to serve with Miss Brantleywere 4, /r r
Guy T.Andersons first vice-president, Cindy
Lawson second Ann --
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Celebrate 25th Brooks; secretary Terri ; ----
treasurer,Myra Hankerson; publicity
; AnnlversaryJune 15 chairman. Debt Overstreet; social
chairman. Sherrie Norman. The
Mr. and Mrs. Guy T Anderson of officers will be Installed at the July 11.
Lawtey celebrated their 25th wedding 7:30: meeting which will be held
i anniversary Thursday June 15, at a at the Bradford County Hospital
reception given at the home of their Library ".'...:: ,: .. 4
I son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Dcbl Overstreet was elected as :'::: ;.,-
Mrs. Loyd Bryan, Jr. In Lawtey with Teenage Volunteer of the Year by her "';..-::!!!-:!:!.... ::-: :..... -,::.:..... .. _
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Members of
of Florida the junior Woman's June 13 given by refsThefts
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell of the University Tuesday evening and
Starke announce engagement and Mr. Coty la a 1978 Florida*,of than Club gave a pamrer'. home..bowel'SaturOily ofMn. Mr*. Jack twards!< and Mrs Dave Garnet were eqoeried) by the approximately y
and"ttcurrently of the latter on
University of South Paulk at the home between the haute
approaching marriage of their In Gainesville. .Robert M.Autry at Country Club Lake.The 70 guests
LDebbl. daughter Debbie. to Chuck Coty. son residing Estates for members Mra. Butch Crosby table was covered of 7'30 and ':30 p.m
will take place on
f1l Mr. and Mrs Al Coty of Boca: The wedding and Mrs.. refreshment
Raton. Saturday August 26, at 7 p.m. In the Trotter Maxie Norton. with an embroidered linen cloth and hostesses presented! the
First Baptist Church, Starke. The refreshment table was covered centered with an arrangement of as a i
of with set of bed linens
graduate a
Miss a 1975 with a cutwork cloth and centered honoree
.l invited. <<: by bowl standing on a
All friends and are in crystal
Bradford School and is presentlya relatives .' roses a of the occasion I
High Bear memento
,;a Teddy sitting on a box,ofpampers. trays held
to'attend. Crystal
senior in Occupational Therapy at -: ,? : pedestal. i
Each guest gave the honored r
Methodist Seniors Honored At Dinner expectant mothers a box of pampers Karen Jackson Complimented At Bridal Showerblue ,
Approximately 14 attended between
The United Methodist Women of campus ministry,Mn. AJ. Lava, the hours of 3 and 5 p.m. MIllS Karen Jackson June 23 bride- topped by wedding bells. The :;:
entertained the Methodist BHS Rev. and Mrs.: George Harper!: Don elect complimented at a bridal punch bowl was encircled with'Ivy. "
seniors at a dinner Wednesday night, Denton and seniors Diane Crews, JacksonAndrewsWedding shower Thursday night, June 22. The hostesses presented the :,
June 14, at the J.T. Carver home. Claire Turner Ricky Johns Wade J.B.Bakken.Mrs.Paul honoree with a silver cake server to '
The buffet table was covered with a Winkler Kevin Hutson and Mathew, June 23Mr given.'Faulkner by Mrs. Joey Bakken, Mrs. her chosen silver pattern and a cor ,'," : J
linen cloth and centered with an Mark and Rebakah Box. ,
green ,, Collins and Mrs. Leonard sage. Corsages were also given to her
Mitchell of daisies.Dining tablet Each senior was presented with a If J
arrangement Mrs. Jackson and 1 DEALERS: $
of the latter mother Leroy to '
Moore at the on
Chock Coty book "A Book For The Graduate"from and Mra. Leroy Jackson and
set up in the dining room and living the mother of the prospective JI
. the UMW. .. tin. and Mrs. Ervin Andrews announce Geiger street I
I room were. centered with daisies and ,' ? t' the approaching marriage of A blue color motif was carried out In Mn.. Ervin Andrews ,

Mrs. Blanche Otto of Seminole will candles.Attending were Mr. and Mra. J.T. Eastern Star '" ,"t .,,'. their daughter and son, Karen Marie the decorations. The refreshment 25 attended
pent UM weekend with her table was covered with a lace cloth Approximately
liter and David
Carver, Mra. Olin White,president of Jackson between the hours of 8 and 10 p.m
cake decorated In
Mra centered
L.A. Canova. and
will be of June
WMU.Mra.Richard Little,chairman Supper June 24 which an event Friday
'S3at I p.m. at the Madison Street

Starke Chapter, No. 224, Order of Baptist Church with a reception Barbara Zorbach, bS
the Eastern Star will have a covered following In the church Fellowship
TRADITIONAL RQ IAR CATHOLICS dish supper Saturday June 24, at Tp Hall David SettlesToWedJuly23
,m. in the Masonic Hall. No local Invitations are being sent
All Masona and their families are All friends and relatives are cordially
Under the sponsorship (1.1] of 't t:he Orthodox Roman Catholic Invited to attend. Invited to attend.

Movement and the Society of I Saint Plus X, Roman Catholic I Mr.and Mrs.Anthony J. Zorbach of .ea
Priest will publicly eele!Hate the TRADITIONAL ) Jacksonville announce the engagement I :
QpQ'i ( D0(; J U 3 a[W t
[Tridenttne] LATIN MASSSu iday morning, (June 25)), New and approaching marriage of .

Port Richie (Tampa Area],8m!day evening (June 25], Long- 138 East Call St.StiNte. Own Bakery 96 -5890 ? their David daughter Settles of, Barbara Orange Lauren Park,son to F.of Y
wood (Orlando Area] andJacksonville 1 the following week in the Mr. and Mrs. Floyd M. Settles of ,

: Area. Starke. .
BROWNIES 2/25511j '650 The wedding will take place r '
For further Informs,!'Ion call or write:, Doz. Sunday. July 23 at 2:30: p.m. In Cecil rr '
Field Memorial Chapel. '
Don Champion, P.O'Box 177, Starke. 't

Decorated Cakes For Most Occasions HamiltonWebsterEngagement

Phone (904)984-728( ) 5 or ((904)473-3096) ToldMr.
Store Hour Tues-Sat 8:30: A M6 P M Closed SUf-Moe
and Mrs Clint Hamilton of Kelly IVoodhum
Raleigh. N.C. announce the engagement 18
of their daughter. Gall Kelly Woodham
Katherine Helen to Robert C.
Webster of Cary, N.C. Grayson Cason .8
Miss Hamilton Is a June graduate of
Sanderson High School and Is ToWedAug.5 ..
employed by Aeretron Inc.in Raleigh .
She Is the granddaughter of Mr. and
12 Woodhnm .;
Mrs. Fred Potter of Starke. Mr and \Mrs Thomas t tof '
Mr.Webster Is stockroom managerat Klngnle Lake announce the .

A U.T.summer Max,1980 Falls wedding Village.is planned. engagement marriage of their and daughter.approaching Kelly"1$'
1 t'i' Jcunine. to Or ay son Casnn. Jr. son of'**
Mrs. Marilyn Cason of Lake City ft'
Miss Kathy Casey Miss Wondhum Is a 1978 honor ; ,
graduate of Bradford High School. 'vi '.'
Luncheon Honoree Mr. Canon Is a 1970 graduate ofn
Columbia High School and a 1971 '?:'
bride-elect, was graduate of Lake City Community /
Miss Kathy Casey ,S/j ,
honored at a luncheon Thursday June College.
for ;
wedding Is l planned
or11" George "
IS, at the home Saturday. August 5. at the Starker;V .
Winkler with Mrs. iLS. Mulling. Mrs : .
of God.
Church c
e J.E. Denmark and Mrs. Bob Ferguson :
as co-hostesses. .
Bridal place cards marked the orororvraoro ero e III'J'jo.JNrAI v
seating arrangement for the 24 guests
seated at tables In the dining room / .
and family room. The tables were
covered with cutwork: cloths and the Sonny Loudon of Brigham Young
head table waa, centered with, an University Provo Utah und Miss v r.;

arrangement qyegow,-and gold day...&..Bella Vogel of San DimaH. Calif are : ., _
lliltar while ,post aJl\If'lot.bIH'hel6"'r'pending/ two 'eelcl'wllh his pareni l'PY '
demitasse 'cups filled with dwarf !Mr and Mrs A.G. Louilon. Mr. and
COMPARE w-. r,"r+. A". '." COMPAREtessr'wr. marigolds Mrs.L..M. Richardson of Marlon/ Ala.
ttMntMl u" iivlSliced. Miss Patty Mulllns assisted in will join the family over the weekend.
MMMMminuaCan 4/49 a SAY[ I ,,, Cooked (lam s..1M M", eaSAYE serving. 9
Biscuits M
w zo' r
to the honoree. Don Denton had
not SAYEa Corsages were given Mr and Mrs. us
21 Cheese fMttlMM Loaf "a" i1! tr 9D Irkis'lot; Dogs ,....11II.SI" >awr her mother Mrs. T.L. Casey and weekend guests Mrs. Billie Mitchell
SAVE r MMUMMMICottaga 99 sm mother of the prospective groom and son. Kipp. and Mr. and Mrs.,
Dinner+ Sausage isna t (t toe Cheese Raw 20' Mrs.Johnny Hobbs. The honoree was Simon Denton of Boynton Beach and
-rrarw are 8ge SAVI also given a place setting of her flat. \Mr. and Mrs" Howard Kinkade of -
tau Swiss Cheese w.... 10' wear from her hostesses as a memento Janesvllle. Ohio.
CHUCK POTROAST LAMB Cheese' Wedges M", I1V wmmiiimu ( of the occasion.
.. Jennifer Jockel was on the Dcan'ilist
Shrimpiium'4 MOO JEFFERY MITCHELL BRANNEN at UK with a 4.0 average for the
(HOOD OR TROPIC AN* Singletons SAVI spring quarter.Mr. .
M" Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Brannen announce
&d Mini-Shrimp:: 20'Fisli Co
ORANGE the birth of their first born
I : Marion
A.Y S LAYS and Mrs. Harringtonand "
StiCkS r u Ur '151 m child a eon. Jeffery Mitchell, Thursday daughters of Ormond Beach spent 'r
JUICE ...-. SAVI June 8. at 2:01 p.m. Wednesday to Sunday at Kingslvy
Turbot Fish Fillets nM, 20' Maternal grandmother Is the late Lake.Joining them Sunday were Mr,
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Oscar Mayer Bologna, ,** I" mimu Deer IAVI JiTatlaw'shrimp RoilsMil 41' 20' Paternal grandparents are Mr. and llalllo, and C.N. Christy.
nuxm Q n t SAVE KrafTciieeseimviiMfM ,*/ .. M" lot '!*' SAVE Mrs. Jack Brannen of Lake Butler.
Hormel Sausage ,w NA aa w CARTON* IAVI Fish Burgers m** IlrPork
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PaplQ TELEGRAPH June 22. tlTI ** ** "ww.. '

I' * * HAMPTON AREA NEWS !.', I r ObituariesFrank I 4P"" EUs\ abetbTerry.

byDoloroMeng Departing Class s; II.Mack..1 ..TS23MLawte '
Joe were eligible to Pboa
Phone 468-ltlS attend Chanda after and placing first In plate Mrs. Carole Stevenson preIIeI.rtlflcatel ta I.\ ) II. Made, 51, a resident of *Dixie. Yenta League Mr. and Mr*. Robert Rosier and
to at First
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fields, seven Youth and boys attended
CltUen competition In their respective sixth and h If Sunrise Park. Keystone Heights died Small Fry, Dlxta girl June
Senior In the Church co Sunday ,IB,
writing. will have their end of the year Baptist
spelling\ and essay band who will be attending Bradford Saturday night June 17, in the VAHOIIpita leagues dinner alterwtlrdl.Mr. .
Canada the homecoming
state and activities on June M(Saturday)at ana
Plenty of delicious: food was enjoyedat Students attendance to over 3,000. Middle School as eighth grader In)the; In Gainesville following a School. and Mrs. Sammy Eunice and
the covered dish luncheon brought the < long \illness week. with their
Fall. the
Senior March 22, 1927 In tttnsdaie: Beginning at 12 noon the Small Try, baby spent
the voted to
sponsored by Hampton Hampton Elementary Class member gIie Born AU Stars wilt begin the activities with brother and sister-in-law Mr. and
Citizens Club at Ill meeting in City Honor Roll awards to their fellow students: III, Mr. Mack lived In Keystone Eunice and family of
followed by a game Mrs. Emory
Hall on June 16.Approximately. TalentedKaren Helle and Howell Heights since 1970. He was a disabled a Idtblllliamei OOlteWah Tenn. Their mother, Mr.

10 members of the Hampton Elementary student who Williams; Most Likely to Succeed 1 auto mechanic, served until In was i and Lawtey Blue Stars against UteLawtey Game Eunice will return home withI
Garnet Corps 1943 1949
Starke Club were present. complimentary Glisson and Marine
qualify for a Monty them soon.
Studer brought along two guests who cheeseburger and who ; Mosl member of American Legion Post 45 Sonlcs. I Hard and children
McDonald's the weiner roast begins Mrs. Wayne
DeppendableDarrell member of the D.A.V.Chapter At S p.m.
were visiting her from Tenn. Summer worked hard during the final six Youngblood In Palatka, a furnishing welners visited her parent*, Mr. and Mrs.
with the league
meetings will not be held. The next weeks grading period to attain the A- and Paige Roberta; Moat Popular-. 114 In Green of St.Cove William's Springs, buns, and drinks. Parent, please Fred Carter of Clay Kill on Sunday
will occur In September. Archey, Bauldree and Jimmy Joyner; and a .
gathering B Honor Roll are: Allison Teresa supply baked beans, slaw, potato afternoon.
Angela Mitchell, Tracy Bradley, Tina Wittiest Jenny Davis and Mike Catholic Church. salad Mrs. Wyolene Day and son Keith of
chips or
Include his wife, Mr* ,potato
Dad News Bears Branham Gina Raimondo, Brian Carroll; Cutest- Granetta Ramsey: < Survivors Jacksonville spent Sunday with her

In games with Lawtey on June 9. the Davis, Quinton Ford Billy Home, Most BashfulJeannie Lloyd; Most Marilyn Shawn G. Mack R. Mack of Melroee and Todd; three M. diets Trophies and plaques will be mother Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey and

No. 1 Team of the Bad News Bears Billy Jordan Robert Moorehead, Eric \thlettc Stephen Spell and Patty IonS: and Frank awarded. brother-in-law and sister Daniel
both of Melrose
baseball team won by a 10-7( score Nugent, Mark Rhoden, Holly Shields, Sherwin; Best All Around- Teresa Mack, of Jacksonville a step- Uniforms must be turned In on this Mrs.D.R. Brown,Cynthia and

The No. 2 Team lost to Lawtey by the Diana Cardln, Sandy Friese, Debbie Bauldree; Most Scholastic Teresa JoY' .Mack Charlene Young;of Melrose. date from the Sonics Cold and Blue Daniel was christened ,at Grace
of 122. Idle.. Mindy Mersey, Sid Russell, Nugent. Karen Helle. daughter. teems United Methodist Church on Sunday
score Michael Mack of
Sandra Melton Tammy Peeples Kim Bauldree and Monty Glisson; Most two brothers: Mr Wyolene Day and son
Rhoden 111. and Robert Mack of Broad- We will have a great time Saturday morning. *
Williams StudentsLarry
Congratulatlunel Smith. Sean Smith Kirk Improved Basra thereCIIlRClI! Keith served a* Godparent
sisters Mr Dorothy so see'you
111. two : *
Brenda Elizabeth Mitchell. view, ; of
Williamson. and (Crew
and Mrs. John X. Allen attended Stephanie N.J. and Mr Mrs. Emma Andrew
Mr. with the of Rldgewood ACTIVITIES
of their daughter, Bawek,Allen Ganstlne, Ronl Kramer, The program Wauchula visited Mr and Mr*.
the wedding Michaels( Lora Lotacano Rob Spitze, BeckyYoung presentation of an autographed and Gertrude/ Kramme of W. Melbourne Church of God: Sunday. School 10 Hermie Kelly on Saturday morning.

,Maija Annette Clowers to George and GeorggeMichaela Donna Mowry,Shlan Roberts, framed Certificate to Mrs. Stevenson fla.li a.m., worship services 11 a.m. and 0 Mr.and Mrs. Ben McCulley and Mr.
of Connie held
son May 27 at the Si Brad Russell Lorle Snow Diane by Teresa Baldree representing the" Jo'uneral.man was Tuesday p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7p.m. and Mr. Barry Watt treated their
Sr. on class. The Certificate : morning. June 20 In St. William'ljlCatbolic YPE Friday at 7 p.m.
Catholic Student Center In Waldron Teresa Bauldree, Jenny seventh grade husbands to a Chinese dinner forFather's
Augustine Helle, of patience, love and 41/ Church Father Michael : Sunday School
Karen 2
Davis, Monty Glisson, read: years Day in Jacksonville on
Gainesville.Rev. e* The body was Worship and
Jeannie Lloyd Joy Nugent, Marty endurance. t:."Williams officiating. 10a.m., Services 11 a.m
John Dux performedthe Saturday night
Father Ernestine Denmark' and cremated DeWItt C. Jones Funeral Training Union 8 p.m.,.Prayer '
Khoden and Karen Wilson. Mrs. 7 p.m.. Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Kelly had as1
nuptials. students the Home of Keystone Height was in Wednesday 7 p.m.
Stevenson's spent
MarcosHigh Mrs. Meeting to Saturday
from San Award Thursday
graduated Day their guest
Malia school making hand of arrangements. Church: Radio of
School in Santa Barbara Cal last afternoon at .charge Filth Baptist their cousins, Mr. Iva Stover
and studying Cosmetology at Santa On that last day of school{ sixth and churned Ice cream. Program on WPXE at 8 a.m. Sunday. Birmingham, Ala., and Mr*. Mary E.
College.George seventh graders under the direction of They enjoyed listening to the James Robert: Telken Bible School 10a.m. Worship Services Ragsdale of Jackson Miss On Friday'
Fe Community graduated from Gainesville Band Director Michael Woodfln, musical recordings of Mrs. Lavon James Robert Telken, 19, of Starke II a.m and 6:30: p.m.. Prayer Meeting all of them went to St. Augustine.

School and the University of entertained students and school personnel Drlvas, their music instructor. They died Saturday, June 17, from a canoe Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Lonnie Teston visited her son-
High He Is working In the Medical with renditions of "Fife and appreciated her effort In teaching accident at Ft Bragg,North Carolina First Baptist Charchi Sunday in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
of Shands Teaching Drums," "Streets of Laredo" and them the fundamentals of dancing. It where he was stationed with the School 9-49: a.m.. Worship Services 11 Charles Mosley and ,family, of
Department "Cra y Clock." Playing In this band was evident' that most of the students Green Beret 82nd Airborne Division a.m. and 7:3Q p.m.. Training Union Highland on Sunday .

hospital Following a trip to St. Augustine were Becky Crawford. Audrey while looking forward to vacation A member of the Lutheran Church 6:30: p.m., Prayer Meeting on and Mrs. A.P. Mailmen of Key
the couple Is living In Brown, Mary Ann Purmenter Gail time, left school that day with love for Mr. Telken attended Clay County Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. stone Height visited their brother

Gainesville.Mrs.young. Sullivan Jimmy Joyner Joy Nugent, their teachers and a note of sadness. Schools. Grace United Methodist Sunday and sister-in-law. Mr. .and Mrs.

Glenda Jenkins, sister of the Karen Retie, Patty Sherwin, Karen Swimming Parties Survivors Include; his parents, Mr. School 9:45: a.m., Worship Services 11 Hermie! Kelly, Thursday.
Bauldree and Mrs. Joseph E. Telken of Starke; a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Methodist! Youth
bride, was an attendant. Wilson and Teresa Both Mrs. Denmark and Mrs. Mrs. Earl P. Troxell spent sometime
Connie Clark brother,Carl W. Telken of Starke; Fellowship at 8:30 p.m. on Sunday and
Steve Allen sang at his sister'swedding. Principal Stevenson invited their ,classes to one with her son-in-law -
complimented students! and teachers separate swimming parties on June four sisters Mrs. Virginia Crews of night. Choir Practice Wednesday. at daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly,

Mrs. Masy Raw aunt of the bride mi their successful school year and 19. Most of the students turned out for Starke Miss Charlotte_ Telken of 7:15: p.m.Highland. School and new son Justin In Jacksonville.
attended the wedding and stayed with presented Certificates for A-B Honor games, swimming and food.Retirement Troy. Ala., Miss Barbara Telken and Baptist Sunday Mr; and Mrs. E.M. Norton and
the Allen family for three weeks She (toll for the year to: Allison Archey, Miss Misty Lynn Telken both of 10 a.m., Worship Services 11 a.m and daughter. Sarah Mrs. Frank Brown

returned by airline from Die Jacksonville Angela Mitchell Gina Kalmondo JStarke; paternal grandparents. Mr. 6 p.m..Prayer Meeting Wednesday at and daughter, Kim Mary Ann Lyons
Airport on Saturday to her Holly Shields Sandy (Friese MindyIhrsey. Mrs. Maureen Paul School and Mrs. Brady and maternal 7:30: p.m.Laura. and Mrs Elsie Norman all from the
home In Montague Cal. Sid Russell, Tammy Peeples Librarian for many years, was grandmother Mrs. Edna Murch both Baptl: Sunday School 10 Morgan Road Baptist Church,Starke
Sandra Melton Shaun Smith and Kim honored on June 20 when school per of Jamestown. North Dakota. Worship Service 11 a.m. and attended Zachary Dale Andrews and

Hampton Christian Academy Smith. sonnel enjoyed a covered dish Funeral services were held 7130! p.m.. Prayer Meeting Miss Kay Bridges'wedding Saturday,

Perfect Attendance Certificateswere luncheon in the school cafeteria.Mrs. Wednesday,June 21. in the Chapel of Wednesday 7:30: p.m. 'June 17, at 11 a.m. In the First Baptist.
Brother Richard Mashburn given to Macey Rhoden, Mark Blonnie Derkman surprisedMrs. Archer Tanner Funeral Home with Morgan Road Baptist Church: Church of Marietta Ga.

accompanied Chanda Simmons and Khoden. Polly Woods Jody Wads- Paul with a lovely two tiered Rev. G.A. Savage officiating. Full Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship Ser Mr.and Mrs. Chuck Moore and sons'
Joe Meng to Hammond. Ind. from worth. Justin Wadsworth. Billv decorated cake with white Icing anctpurple military grave services were held In vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Training Bob and Ryan of Lake City, Mr.and
June S-9 when they attended the Bauldree Sian \Roberts, David flowers, and words of "Happy'IS". Crosby Lake Cemetery In Starke. Union 6 p.m.. Prayer Meeting Mrs. J.W. Thomas and Jay of Live

Accelerated Christian Education Cooper. Teresa McClellan, Marty Retirement, Maureen." The cake was Wednesday at 7:30: pm. Pastor James Oak- Mrs. Gayle Dorko of Orange

National Convention. Khoden. Melody Green. Sandy topped with a rocking chair and three Madison St. Kicks Off Parrish. Park Jimmy Moore and Miss Debbie,
Williams, Donna Mowry, Zina Beth little kittens. Northslde Baptist Sunday School Crews of Jacksonville, Mickey Moore.,
and Teresa Bauldree. Connie Clark presentedMrs. 10 a.m.. Worship Services 11 a.m. and
Young Principal Bible School Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey Miss Kathy
FLORIDA Certificates were also presented to Paul with an engraved pewter 7 p.m.,Prayer. Meeting Wednesday at Casey and Johnny Hobos of Starke,,

those who participated in Coach Ben tray. He gave her husband, Carlton, With Parade Sat. 7 p.m. Lee Casey and Miss Karen Robinsonof
THEATRECall Moxley's Physical Fitness Program: the latest school picture of Maureen at Smyrna Missionary Baptist: Kingsley Lake all called on their'

A Walnut Marie Corbitt Jenny work in the school library. Madison Street Baptist Church will Sunday School 10 a.m.. Worship Ser- parents, Mr. and Mr*. Fred Moore, on'
Starke 964.5451/ Joyner, Hob Spitze, Audrey Brown Everyone at the school wishes have Vacation Bible School Parade vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., BTS 5:45: Father' Day. June 18.
------------- Brenda Curtis, Monty Glisson, Steven Maureen and Carlton many year of Saturday, June 24, at 10 a.m. p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7 Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Rivers of Union

Fit Thru Tues. bheppard, Jackie Mitchell, BretRussell well deserved happy retirement Cars and bicycles will be decoratedand p.m. PERSONALS Spring Ala. spent Wednesday to
\ Jerome Mitchell, Patty will parade through much of Friday with their sister, Mrs. Perce'Crews.
Sherwin, Brad Russell, Amy Bible School Set and South of e
JERRY REED Melissa Williams and Starke, West of US-301 Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Williams, invited to Michele Lee of Jacksonville spent a
school. You.are
the Wednesday were:
and Sandra Williams At Grace BaptistGrace come and enjoy this event with us. Fred Mr. and Moore Mrs. Paul Moore and Mr. week with her grandparents, Mr.; and

PETER FONDA Softball Certificateswere Baptist Church will have Refreshments will be served and Mrs. David Moore of Jack- Mrs. Gene Pearson. '
Outstanding vacation bible the parade at the church. Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Rivers and their'
and and
youth following Seeb Andrews
to Ann Baker Eddie children sonville, Mrs.
have found'somethlng presented Marie Corbitt Timmy school June 21 through June 23 .and, J Starting Monday,June 26, Vacation daughter. Miss Debbie of Wild wood. .sister Mrs. Pierce Crews. visited. ..' .
Blocker ,
will start at 9 a.m. and Rivers' brotber In'lawl' and.i \ "i
30. Bible School until'
thru June ,
Keaton, June 26 Andrew.stayed over
Nugent( Brad Mitchell Russell,/ Patty, Perry Sherwin, Children's bible school ages 3-11 will end at 11:30: a.m. All children from 4 Sunday Mrs. with them. .'i-. *. &%BBr''J-- -i slater, Mrand; Mr.tBud.:
more FunthanTruckin' Jackie Sherwin. Hob Spitze,-Frank be 8:3oa.m. to 11:30: a.m.For ages 12- year through sixth grade are Invitedto Mrs. Dorothy Szortyka 'and son',,,' Maxvllle, on Wednesday afternoon.Mr. .
Christine Andrew Timmons 17 vacation bible school will be 7-9:30 attend. The school will last for one Kevin of Jacksonville visited Mrs. and Mrs. Robert Lee were

: Sheffield Elizabeth Mitchell Amy Clark, Keith p.m.Those needing a ride are asked ta week, with parent's night Friday, Wendell Sanders and daughters on guests of their father Mr. G.L.

Bret Kuasell, and Tommy call 954-5656 964-7754.. Grace Baptist June 30, at 7 p.m.I Saturday morning. Kevin remainedfor Peterson of.Dowling Park on Sunday
... It's Wyrick Church la located on SR-100 A weekend. afternoon.Mrs.JacquelineLines

,,""j11- Parker with Miss her Nancy uncle and Bennett aunt,spent Mr. and a week Mrs. Sumter, S.C. spent a week and daughter with her i iof

and family of Starke. parents Col. and Mrs. William
Ralph Darley
Wilson. Her brother John went home i
Mrs. Butch Menotte
l Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. Pat with her and will stay until his
\ Jacksonville,
,\ the weekendwith Col and Mrs. William Wilson
Wheeler of Starke spent heave
pt OUBiV their parents,Mr.and Mrs. M.D. for England after July 4.
I They attended services and William Harris and nephew Donald
homecoming dinner after the morning Stokes of Ocoee spent from Saturday
with his brotherinlawand
until Thursday
301 DRIVE IN service.Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and grandson, sister,, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie\

301 South Donald Green, of Milliard, were Teston.
Mrs. Del Dougherty of England
of her

__Starke_ El'r.1..8 __ mother Sunday, Mrs.overnight Alma Anders.guests Donald Mrs.Jacqueline Lines of Sumter,S.C.
of Jacksonville
and Mrs. Wendle! Smyth -
week with his great-grand-
FRI.SAT bpent a all called their father, Col.

OUR mother.Mr.and Mrs. L ii. Harper of Starke William Wilson, on Father's Day.
of New
attended services at First Baptist Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Sapp
June 18, and River Station and Mrs Pierce Crews
8o Church on Sunday
dinner after the< service. and Mrs Novis Ward visited Mr.Sapp' .
Mr Mott of
sister Baney
Jana and Midi Whaley Tampa
C Brooker, on Sunday afternoon. They
sometime with their grandmother
,. spent also visited Mr. and Mr*. G.E. Crews
Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, aunt
Mrs. Daisy Boch and sister, Miss of Lake Butler.
Friends of Mrs. Daisy Thompson
Lynn Whaley. learn she Is patient in
I Mrs. Hilda Woodard and children of regret to
I Our
Bradford County Hospital.
spent the weekend with their
with her.
mother. Mrs C.R. Crews. prayers are



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Richard Gaines 3rd, Asf

til -8INCi $iap4 Junior Golf Opens Play'% j

Palatka golfer swept the lop spots Steve Greek of Keystone Heights'
in three of the five division on the captured a first place In the 14-"
The S.wfllee' E opening day of the North Central division with a 4I3S79.. Randy
5fr.i0fc.rrlM TAJ. SW ./ //,.". ? yN 1 Florida PGA Junior Golf Around Mauldin of Palatka wan second: with a
which took place Monday, June 19, at 30na77. Third place went to Joey
Keystone Golf and Country Club llcrres of Slarke with a 42MW..

S Billy Tuten of Palatka shot the low Kenny Bankhardl of Palatka was
round of the day stroking a 34-34 70.
awarded the maximum 21 points for a
dl'f i Taking a first place win in the 16-17 first place finish in the ,
4 group, Tuten carded birdies on the with a 4.14790.. One stroke badsMac
first four holes of the Mark
tourney. Mclnnis. also of Palalka. with a
'tw.f /
Blakewood and Robert Mauldin both
4H4.191 followed by Robert Hodges of
Dominos r of Palatka tied for second with 7... McClenn with M392.. -
2nd In Richard Gaines of Starke posted 30-37!
.< --, -76 for third spot.
1_ -I. 1 S-MK. togacX Tom Watson of Starke was the lone
Their First Tournev pBlj In the 10-11 group Palatka finished contender In the nine' and under
one. two three with Sean Pacetti He ponied a 74 for nine holes.
The Dominos Karen Luna ground ball lo short In
rips a Saturday morning
/. scoring 42 on nine holes Brent The tour will move to Ironwond Coif
The Dominos, after eSt action at the Dominos'Invlutloml Softball Tournament held this weekend.
game loss, stormed back an by winning opening Everson 59, and Scott McCall 65. Club In Gainesville Moitdu). June 2H.

four straight Saturday and
In second place In the first Dominos finishing 4031 Northwest 6th Street 373-7862
Invitational Slow-Pitch Tourney
Tournament held this past weekend Softball, ,,-. .', :-"r: .:'

June 1617. Next WeekendIn
Lorelei of Gainesville's Tinker
Marsh was the MVP winner for the
tournament, helping her team RaifordThe
capture UM first place trophy with her
outstanding defensive play. Raiford Community Center
Two other local teams,St. Edwardsand field will be the site of a 10 team men's
the Merchants, didn't fare nearlyso slow-pitch Softball tournament the Connelly
well. St. Edward's lost their first weekend of June 29 July 1.
two games In the double elimination Edward's Kathy Schoenlng Firestone Auto and Truck Service of Professional Ski Gloves'Reg.
tourney,and the Merchants won their barely beats the Merchanb'lhorbtop'l Starke la sponsoring the event with
first game against St. Edward's, but throw In Dominos Softball New River Baptist, the second place $7.95
fell to the Leglonettes of Macclenny tournament action this past weekend. finisher In the Starke church softballleague 54.90
and first place Lorelei of Gainesville the host team.
Later In the afternoon
the Dominosgot
In Saturday's games. Tourney official Calvin Varnes says
revenge as they beat Isis, 6-2. with .
The Merchants' leading hitters for Johnson and the field will Include church teams
Karen Lunn providing and class B clubs. Local clubs slated
the tourney were Edith Sapp, 3-for-8
the with hits
power apiece. Central FloridaSki
with three singles, and Karen Powell, to compete Include Howard's Auto
At five o'clock, the Dominos started
Parts of Lake Butler, Pine Level, the
:2forwith a triple and a single. their third of five games played on Headquarters ,
Linda Cubbedge ripped two triples Saturday, defeating the Macclenny Lawtey Poor Boys, Lawtey
and a single, and Faye" Whitehead Legionettes 11-1. Linda Lee, Diane Correctional New River and Starke's CONWeILVG
added three singles. (lunior boys ta m ci >
Jordan Karen
Whitehead. Marian ....
Boruff Varnes said other teams that could EP -
Mickey St.
paced Edwards,
Walmsley, and Joy Mains all O'BRIEN ___ ".
going 3-for-3 the first game with two collected two hits for the game. fill out the field Include Lake Butler's : :
Merchants Ray's Farms of Baker
singles and a double. '
Alachua County's Isis team upset Baldwin's The Dominos Superchicks then narrowly by got a 5-4 by County and S and S Groceries of Lake Financing Available'DY..O
the Dominos In the first game for both City.
margin scoring the winning run on
teams, 11-10.The host team fired back TerrT Parrlsh's RBI double.In The top three finishers In the double
early Saturday morning with a the final for elimination tourney will be awarded
game the host team,
trophys. Action Is scheduled to start
runaway 13-1 victory over PRAC. first Lorelei '
place handed the
Thursday night, June 29 at 8:45 with $uv'
Marian Walmsley and Cassandra
Dominos a 9-3 loss to wrap up the first
Johnson had two hits for the winners place trophy. the championship games scheduled
for Saturday night.

Judo Classes Set . .

If you think you could stand to learn ,
how to defend yourself a little better .
then David Newham just might have .
the answer.
Newham will start Judo classes that .. '
will concentrate mainly on self- i
defense and sparring techniques at In the .
the Bradford Middle School Gym on summer
July 111978. The classes will be held / 4 ,
Thursdays from 7 to 9 p.m., and will
continue through September 28.

Newham hopes for a large class more than the
interested In learning this fast temperature.jfif
growing sport. Registration will be

held fori'persons 14 of rfHce"tfurlng older at theVocaUdnaliabteVhMcW 1 1- tr+w _... ... .. ,....... vr r..+ryFwuA f-'Pw%+4thti' ; 'It'nr"le'' > ...
regular office hours'anytime before 00 esr. :t'-
July 11. There will be a $20 fee for the e'
three month course.
Newham, along with students Mark i
Dixon Ricky Sullivan, and Lewis r. Here

Crane Cooper,Sports will be Camp attending in the Dayton Mike, are some things you

Tennessee for a week beginning this
Monday, June 26. The camp Is a Going to the Mike Crane sports i :
genuine 'sports' camp with many camp this Monday will be: Front: do about 1
different sports represented. David Ricky Newham Sullivan. !Mark Lewis Dixon.Cooper Back: can it

The Martial Arts segment wave S I
the participants working out about 12 .
Corrections : ( ; ;
hours a day until Friday, leading up to In last week's Dixie Boys' section, a \ .. .. i ,,,(' \
a tournament on picture of Kevin Randolph listed him .. .' ... 'f '
Sullivan ,. 1
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Two of the four, Ricky and ,
for the Merchants. : I
as playing /I'
Murk Dixon recently won plaques as Randolph plays for the Sonlcs. ". ..'. }.t.-,.... : 1 ,,(M.i..J} r 'w"''4." ,S4.i :. .-i ,
in the < 1Uou' f :
a result of high finishes Cuong Also, it was reported that 4 f ;b
Nhu Tournament in Gainesville. McDonald's only loss in Men's Open .. ,
Sullivan took second In the Kata Softball was to Hampton. The Lawtey / I.. .,(.tn':. ., ;
"Q" I> ,, > 1. .
competition, and Dixon placed third <<''. v :If"" i\H\ ,. 1""';(, l-> " Poor Boys handed the first place team "4 ., "" ,.J 4 .. '1/ ..1,
in the free-style fighting segment. t ) ''' r .
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After losing their first game of the Ant William's double was the big The Chamber of Commerce Meta Slum' Johnson.' Kenn Davis aid
second half to the Lawtey Blue Jays, blow In the Lawtey sixth, as the Blue came: up with a clutch 9-7 win in the Ron Willis to a ,.:t win over the
the Badcock Furniture Giants Jays closed out the season with two deciding name against Lawtey Goldto Lawtey Gold Nuggets In Dixie Youth(

remained In control and walloped the Impressive wins. They handed the win the Dixie Youth American American League baseball Monday.
I ,
Pirates In the final game to easily win Giants their second loss of the season League second half title with a .-3 June 19.
r .4g The win the Mets In the splitby
first place In Dixie Youth National Friday night. record. put top :
League baseball. The Dodgers had only one extra The MeU will now play a best two a one game margin over Lswtc\
The Giants will meet the winner of base hit for the game. Clyde Summer's I. out of three series, beginning Gold for the second half of the season.

the Lawtey Gold Mets playoff triple In the second inning. Wednesday June 21, with first halt Lawtey Gold first half' cnninpm.: will
? the Mets in 2-out of 3
a germs
Gold to determine play
series In the Dixie Youth World Series champs Lawtey
next Monday, June 28. Lawtey Blue 14-CUnts 10 which team will represent the beginning Wednesday. June 21'
Final Standings: Badcock Giants 8- Ant Williams! Tommy Crews, and American League In the world Series Johns had two singles and a (double

I, Lawtey Blue Jays e-3, Guaranty Tony Hill ripped home runs and led scheduled:: for next Monday. The for the winners, while JOM on. Davis
the Lawtey Blue Jays to a 14-10 upset National Giants and Willis added two singles apiece\
BBQ League were champ*
Federal Pirates 36, Sonny's 4. ,
Dodgers 1-8. victory over the Giants Dixie Youth p f.. ,u In both halves of the .season and will The Gold Nuggets. were,paced b\
National League baseball Friday, ,y2. represent the National League In the Sam Norman 2-Jor-3 with! two singled!

June 16.Williams. F p,. tiY lvr 4'J best 2-out-of-3 world series.
Giants-Plntesl added two doubles and a i r. Final standings, second half: Metst-Braves! .

Mike Waters and Jason Bennett single to complete his perfect night at .. Chamber of Commerce Mets 6-3. The Mets began< their surge to the
of ripped long home runs as the Giants the plate and Crews added a single to 4 r k h, qo'x ?( Lawtey Gold Nuggets S-4, Gem top with a 9-7 Friday night win over

bounced back from their only Ions of his grand slam roundtripper. Jewelry Braves 5-4, Elks Lodge the Braves in Dixie,Youth American
the second half with a 16-4 triumph It was the first loss of the second Angels 27. League baseball. *
over the Pirates In Dixie Youth half for the Giants, who have sewed Kevin Johns led the winners An
National League baseball Tuesday. up the second half championship. Mel's catcher Jimmy Scheming waits far a pitch that never arrives as a Brave.IS-AII.elll. collecting two RBis with two double .
June 20.Bennett. Hitters for the losers Included Ron Lawtey Gold batter drills one to right In the Mets' .-3 win. Kenny Dewitt laced two home runs Three runs in the top of the seventh

added a single to his 2-for-4, Edmondson. 2-for-4 with a double anda and a double to lead the Braves 15-10 put the Mets on top to stay Dan
3 RBI night and Waters had two triple, and Richie Fender, who past the Angela In Dixie Youth Duffy's leadoff single and Johns'
ribbles to show for his roundtrlpper ripped a triple and a single in three Olympians American League baseball Monday double, provided the needed power.
and single. Andy Chapp also had a June 19.Dewitt. The Braves were led by. Billy lieltz.
good night scoring on both home runs knocked In five runs with his 2-for-4 with two doubles, and John
while collecting two doubles, a triple, Pirates 14- Dodgers power display and John David David Francis, who laced a single anda
and a single for the game Buck -tobuck home runs by Barry u Civitans 1-2 Francis scored four runs while going double in three official at-bnts. #,
Warren and Darrln Hardec in the first
Richie Fender fired no-hit baseball 3-for-4 with two singles and a double.
at the Pirates after the first Inning inning got the Pirates off to a good Drew Davis had two singles and a '''
with Kenny Holmes collecting a start as they went on to post a 14.12 With only two games remaining the double and Billy Reitz added two LawteyGold9-Angela? ,,
double In the first frame for the win over the Dodgers In Dixie Youth Olympians have the number one spot doubles for the Braves. Lawtey Gold came up with three
losers' only safety National League baseball Thursday, Hewed up, while the Civitans will The win put the Braves In a second unearned runs In the sixth Inning: in
hand the Angels a 9-7 toss in JI iXic
June 15.Warren finish in second place. Both teams place tie with Lawtey Gold for the
hit his two-run shot to right went 2-0: for the week. second half of the season both teams Youth American League baseball
Lawtey Blue J-Dodgers 4 center field, then llardee followed Standings with the two games finishing with S-4 records. Wednesday. June ....
In a well played defensive battle, with towering blast to right. Warren remaining:: Olympians 1112.Clvitarm George Crews lashed a home run Three consecutive walks to lead oft!
Lawtey Blue gunned down the and llardee both had two more hits In 9-6-1, Merchants 6-7-3 Sonics for the Angels, and Daren Chandlerand the Lawtey sixth followed .h> two

Dodgers' David Little at the plate In the game. 2-13. Sam Griffis added two hits Angel errors led to the three runs
the top half of the sixth inning, and Hubble Boone also had two doublesfor Scheduled Games: Wednesday apiece. Sam Norman collected two of the
then scored two runs In the bottom the winners. June 21 Sonics vs. Merchants: winners' four hits lacing a triple and

half to secure a 5-4 victory in Dixie Tim Dodgers were led by Kathy Thursday, June 22 Civitans vs. Meta 1-Lawtey Gold :aIn a single.
I Youth National League baseball DIKK, who laced two doubles and a Olympians. Sonics pitcher Pat Southerland perhaps the moot Important The Angels were pared by Daren

Tuesday, June 20.Civitalls single( in four trips to the plate. makes the putout on sliding Clvltans' gun. of the season for both teams the Chandler who went 2-for-J: with a
runner Keith Grlffls. In first Inning Meta: rode the hitting of Kevin Johns. double and a single.

action of Tuesday's game It didn't
Rcc.Dept Ivltans 19-Son Ics 2 help much, the Sonics lost 11-2.Clvltans .
Kenny McNeal knocked In four runs ,
-iIt- 11J1t' 'JMcDo.nald's
to SpollsOr'TtJllrll'ey with a 4-for-4 night as the.CLvitans Deja Vu;
wrr-M +, blasted the Sonics 19-2: In the last Merchants 7 i
regular season meeting: for the two Keith Griffis ripped a three-run
Starke's Clvitan Club and the City teams In Dixie Boys baseball homer and Larry Long laced a triple On
Recreation Department arc Tuesday, June 20 and scored two runs to lead the Top i

sponsoring a double-elimination McNeal also scored three runs as he Civitans to a 9-7 victory over the Merchants '
men's Softball tournamentat collected and three singles for In Dixie Boys baseball Thursday &iIII!
slow-pitch a triple i iMccravalsoaddedatwohanhtmq'
into the last week 'of the first ended the ?
Going /game
Westside Park this weekend. the night. Other big bats In'I theCiyltalltl' June 15. McDonald's Is maintainingtheir d
Tourney Director Grover Howard 14-hit attack included Scott The win kept the Civitans a game season winners
first followed closel for the and Shannon and! l J..laddt.od '
announced Wednesday June 21. that Hudson, 3-for-3, with three singles ahead of the Merchants In the race for place pace
for the
who went 2-0 doubles to along with their
by Hampton go
five team have committed to the Thomas Stilt who ripped two singles second place.
week. late inning heroics. Leon lti\e hid
tournament that will start / at-bats, and Bruce Todd Jackson also added RBIs
,. Friday in his only two two The week also saw one of the three singles and scored tuorun'.*', '
night, June 23. lie said he hopes additional Kehberg.who collected a double and a with a double and a single for the past ,
season s most exciting games a nine- Lawtey (' h> Smith, -J-fnW i
entries this week will push the single in three trips. winners. 12-11 LWCI win over Lawtey. with four singles( aril I.urn Krow,
Inning .
field to either eight or 12 teams The Scales could manage only three Blaine Dyal and Jeff Taylor had two while
Scheduled Games: Wednesday. who scored two runs lacing(
Teams that are registered include singles off of Civitans' pitcher singles apiece for the Merchants, .
Lake Butler.McDonald's
June 21 LWCI vs. three. ,Dingle )Randy :MrCowrwTomrm (
three teams from Starke and from with Kevin while Polk added
one Hudson, Randolph Scott a triple. '
vs. Lawtey; Monday, Ut>ddl .juui Johnny Hro\vn
Lawtey. Madison Street Baptist, Pine Johnny Badillo and Marvin Norman
MeU pitcher Kenny Davis fires to June :26 .- Hampton vs. McDonald's.Lawtey added ,wo singles upiPce.Ifamptonlll'onrHnys2", '
l evel Baptist, and Starke's Senior collecting the safeties.Olympians Olympians 10-Sonics S .
his trim's crucial win vs. Lake Butler.
Boys team are all entered as islawtey's the plate In The Olympians scored four runs Standings'MCDonald's :! :y 5{
Poor Howard Auto over Lawtey Gold Monday Correct Current Jim Lewis laced hum
Boys. over the last three Innings to pull 11-4. LWCI two run
Parts of Lake Butler Is also entered.All Starts t away in a previously close ball game, 13-1. Hampton Lake and Charlie Green i -added II nol bl'l
P.E. Poor 3-7. Butler
profits from the tourney will be Program 12-Merchants I and posted a 10-5 win over the Sonics 6-9.Merchants Latey 1-13.Boys roundtnppor to lead I Hampton to u Vt,

given to the Recreation Departmentye Bradford High's summer physical The Olympians continued their In Dixie' Boys baseball Wednesday, 2 victory over Luwtcl'm>r Ho.Wln;
special projects relating: to the winning' ways enroute'io the Dixie' -June 14. sler 11'J Men'sOpengoftballti''dne\,daryJune
new athletic complex on Edwards: education, program Is.,' .BHS already Athletic underway ...""Bay*'thimpionsMp' as H* pounded Kenny Clark Vofied 4wOTtins wMle" ?llpmptarllgy-'LaIC Wfl8 and'.E1I1.!Grilh't'1Md.q ii' .....' ..... .. ''''' I... """ .. ..... if"!:&
Hood according" \ the Merchants 12.1 Monday. Joint' 10. collecting a double for the night, and Dotty 5Lewis. knocked Irirl\'i'f hN within,.
Director David Hurse. at the plate, and Wilbur
...... perfect
--- -- There were no two-hit men for the Chuck Johnson added two more tallies two blasts and Green added than
High/ school students interested In the winners but Handy Parado's fifth while lacing a triple. Hubert Berry Waters powered a two run homer LakeButler's to. KBIs to provide the power! tor the
lead to 12-1 win over
The country that drinks credit courses should report In at the inning and Ricky Sullivan's knocked In two run. with a double in Hampton a winners. Steve Cubhvdgo collected<<1
more beer par capita li fteldhouse for the classes that will inning Merchants in Men's Open
run second double played a big role the second. Softball June 19. three singles for Hampton' Tuntfn"
Czechoslovakia. from II a.m. to 4 pm. In the Olympians' scoring attack. The The Sonics' only two -hit man was Wise Monday. three singles and Wise had a double and a single, am.
Pat Southerland, who went 2-for-3 : .ror.:1: with two
winners were issued 12 walks. ( scored two runs, while Griffis showed Larry Mercer wont :!
Darryl I Thornttn had the with a triple and a double. Marvin with two extra base singles.
Merchants' only extra base hit'' and Norman and Keith Randolph added hits some a versatility double and a triple, and a Lautey could manage only three

scored the lone Merchants run. triples. single, accounting for five RBIs.Waters' hits off of Hampton pitchers l Ix-wls
Klder.: with
and Dwight Johnny
two run shot brought Griffis
Brown collecting two Mingles! and
home for second in the fifth.
Jackson Prevail lacing the'' other
Larry Mercer added two singles
n H and Douglas Brown scored two runs single.
postJig*. while collecting two doubles.
:McDonald's: !a- .\\(' :3McDonald's
Lake Butler's lone run came in the.
first when Luther Polhill's double got perfect hitting
ill OIOI.M h. ,|td, ,Wis. .Ini ..ch, ifli 3340* .It brought the singling Carl Drake nights from Randall Thomas and Hill
Ratliff and took a 9win over! I.\M'J;
home. David Rodgers was the only-
.. two-hit man for the losers, collectingtwo in Men's-Open Softball Wednesday)
,' / : l lI singles. June 14.Left fielder Thorn had tw'A

singles. a double and u walk for the
LWCI 12-Law ley Poor Boys 1 11 1
.4 ,, LWCI came up with three runs In scored night and two second'''runs while baseman lacing Kutliff|w6

\ ,. .. the bottom of the ninth Inning. with and '
., singles a triple. *>
double knocking in'!
I- Leroy McCray's John Watson added two single, forthe

fjp ... ... .. the winning run. and posted a 12-11,, winners! win over in MondaY'Ilecondgame.
Larry Lee went 2-for-4 with a dnul)))e
The Starke Recreation Department's Small Fry Softball In full swing, and and a single for LWCI and lAtm,
the younger players are just as Intense as the grown-ups, as evidenced by this Lawtey had scored two runs In the Hayes reached safely every time up I
ferocious cut. -, top of the ninth to take a 11-9 lead. with three singles. .
0' Singles by Larry Brown. Johnny
Brown. and Bobbie Smith providedthe 1Vlr- -, -
power.LWCI :
\ fired back though as Larry r
to the Department
POLYESTER Lee's triple brought home the first According
New Stock Of Men's of Agriculture. Americans eat_
run Melvin.Shannon then singled to
bananas than other
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202 '>;,.- r.o Ill m. ss a i tt .11 NIt is tote
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Stiff Competition in Atlanta ')
tSwvralCorr.( ) Florida Public Intends to register safe fictitious name
under the provisions\ of afOrafd jpIItUIII.Armond ).
Ra. 32091, butinaaa under
Starfce. doing
Member of Post !
team enjoyed their trip 202'to Atlanta baseball Over Georgia and returned home hitter while losing a heartbreaker 2-1 the ftmname of 'UNCLE JOHN'S OLD M. \Unman and*'(Shirley' A.
last RETENTION of District Court of jhmen. owners t
behind Griffin. Appeal FASHION SANDWICH SHOPPE
with Roy
the" ceptlon of the ,Ldties Rnt Dtttrtct Owed this 6th dry of Jun. A.O.. tSTB
competition. "The trip was a real good | CIRCUIT COURT 819 S. Walnut Street, Star W, Bradford
the young Legion team went experience McgCutloo kids." stated Poet 203 now stands J-3 In league NUDGE; EIghth Circuit, Groups 1 throSt.te County Florid, 32001. intend to 8/8 at Slarka.4tpd 6/29 Florida.
against& Wp '. older, and more up Coach John "For moat of play and Gainesville 1 II 04. rectoer Mid fictitious mine, under the
experienced teams and them It was their flrsrt overnight "1f consistent provtafone of aforesaid Statute.
lost all we can keep our. NOTICE OF
three Senators INTENTIONTO
games.. 15-3, 11.1 and M, baseball trip. We played some great defensive play, we should make It," Senatorial Districts for the following John 8 Campbell end R. JoanCampbell REGISTER
post 202 traveled to Atlanta teams Atlanta has only one Legion aid McCullough.IB : 6 I. owners.Owed ,
the Lake City! double header foV alter team In the entire city so you can this HI day of June. A.D.. 1978t
Members Pjrsuar to Section 866.00, Florida
three of
Imagine the State House of Representatives Stark Florida
what kind of team *
with the they ..
teams In top three Legion fielded. I think we learned lot from .. lUp 111 dIM for the following" House 8/1 4t<*o 6/22 Stnule,notice la hereby given that the ,
Georgia. Atlanta, : 28 undersigned Gen G.and FerreH Bennett I IAt.
jptatnctn sji rao. / -
Playing them. We "
IUD have ;
Gainesville. and Athenj. team young LEGALNOTICE '*jV-, i \ \ 1. Box 182-A Law .,. Ra. 32058.doing '
Arriving at Atlanta at S a.m. Friday the and we will be back up there in '''"'/Board of County Commissioners NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO business under the firm name of
morning, the team next couple years with competitive ,!DI rtct 2, 4 REGISTER GARY'S QUICK SERVICE and GARY'SREAL
the day and attended thepAtlanG McCullough.Playing( team. commented I M hers of tne School Board, Districts FICTITIOUS NAME PIT BAR-BO," US 301 South
Braves VI. Pittsburgh Pirate OF INTENTION J Pursuant to Section 865.08 Florida Lavvtey Bradford County. Florida
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that nlaht.!: Saturday they compeSl In TO REGISTER t Statutes,notice Is hereby given that the 32068 Intend to register Hid flctltlouanmne ) :
double header and at Lake City FICTITIOUS NAME Arrnond M. Lehman and
a on Sunday had a the Keystone > undersigned under the provisions of aforesaid:
tingle game scheduled. Sunday nine turned in their beat performance) Puruaant to Section 868.09. Florida In Testimony Whereof. I have here- Shirley A. LaMn n. Orchid Street. etatute.
evening the team toured Six Flags to date, but only managed to win the Statutea, notice .la hereby given that theuMurslgred ,alit lOt my band and affixed the Great Keystone Height Florida. 328G6.! doing Glen G. and FerreH Bennett owner.
first game 2-0 on Toby Dillow's three tons and Doyle Griffis, Seal of the State of business under the firm mum 01 "301 Dated this 1st day of June,A.D. 1978..t ,
P.O. Bon 602, Stark, Florid. 32001, Tallahassee, the Capital',Florida this the at UQUORS.-2309 North Temple Awmue' Stark, Florida.
The doing butlnea under the firm name of TvAmtv-fifth of Sterile Bedford County. Florida J2001. 1/6 41pd 8/22
Top Three Men'sChurch CIRCLE G. RANCH" P.O. Box 602 day May A.D., 1978.

Stark*.Bradford County Florida. 32061 BRUCE A. SMATHERS .
IntendI to register said fictitious namr SECRETARY i
under the provlilona of aforeeald statute. 6/ Ztchu 6/Z2
Softball TeamsFront deride and Doyle Griffle, owners. I I Itf.
Dated this 22nd day of June, A.D.
1979 at Starka. Florid SAVE 7
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W Be It 'known that I, Bruce A. to Section 866.09 Florida .
Strainers, Secretary of State of the Statute notice I ill heniiy>ven that the
Stm of Florida do hereby give notice undaralgneo John B. Campbell 1 and R.
the a GENERAL ELECTION will be heldIn Joel Campbell, 1503 Pratt Street J;
Bradford County State of Florida on TO
Tuesday next succeeding the first
Monday In November A.D., 1978 the PoppyDon( ) ,
aid Tuesday being the SEVENTH day of
r NOVEMBER to .fill or main the
c following office: 'Mrs. Don BagwellAnd

Representative in Congress for the The Domino's 60C
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Florida .3286.!
Plaintiff original Reeperr (, '1"1..1 I' /, AGAINST THE ABOVE :.ANQ.FDR'BRADFORD COUNTY, ,
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I RIFE CALLAN. Defendant on or before the NWfcday c u .. "
Pursuer* to Section 866.09. Florida fall 08fauI ;t !t.' INTERESTED IN SAID
It that the 1978.It you # FLORIDA ROCX'INDUSTRIES.'( INC., In Fie: The. ("""tar of the Adoption of:
Statute*:.notice: hereby given NOTICE OF SUIT rent will be SkA1
undersigned Merrill DM, Rt. 1, Box 32- NO PROPERTYTo relief demanded In the Petition. Plaintiff. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the KENNETH JOSEPH CORDON, Plaintiff,
Florida 32001 end Welter H. day. \/*. administration of the estate of HAROLD' v/*.
B. Stark. Clara Rife (ellen, 211 Jordan Drive, DATED at Keyatone Height. la
Jahn 1110 Colley ROM. Starka. Smithfletd: VlroWa 23430 County. Florida thta 8JI?> day,W June BRADCO DEVELOPMENT R. WILT File Number 77-607-CP Defendant
Florid 32091, doing business under the CORPORATION Defendant. pending In the Circuit Court for Bradford
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFED that an A,D., 1978. Probate Oh/Moo the NOTICE OF SUIT
WORM Florida
firm neme of "D. AND J. County
FARM" 1000 S. Water Street, Star.... action for Dissolution of Marriage has OF THE CIRCUIT'COURT. ,, NOTICE OFFORECLOSURE addres of which to Bradford County NO,PROPERTY
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32091 Intend been fled against you you are SALE! Courthouse, N.Tempi Avenue Stake,
Bradford County Florida. P. Derby '*, > $'la
said fknitioua name under the to aarve) a copy of your written By: dIN x NOTICE Ie I hereby given that the florida 32091. the personal representative to:J.t. PLEMONS. Address Unknown. .
to register 7/6/ *
of aforesaid .tat"' .. defenses, If any to It, on the plalntlff'aanomey. 6/15 4tchg( I .. of the Circuit Court of of this estate to HAROLD R. WILT YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ;, ;
provision "
Merrill Dee. Walter H. John. whoea name and addree* la '1 .}." Bradford County,Florida,will on the 7th JR..whoa*addres*f*C/O JJ. Wolbart action for Adoption of Kenneth Joseph ';t I ;:
OWnaf George H. Pierce PIERCE 6 HARDY THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA; day of July 1978 at 11 a.m. at the front Jr.. P.O. Box 10BS Stark, Florida tenons has been filed against you J.T.
Dated thlt8thdlly June, ....D. 1978 P.A., P.O. Drawer 1030. Starka Florida EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND door of the Bradford County Court. 32091. The name and eddreae of the Plemora and you are required to serve s
at Starke. Florida 32091. end file the original with the clerk FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.. FLORIDA; hove, Stark, Florida offer for sate andell attorney for the personal representative copy of your written defenses, if any toN
of the above styled court on or before I at public outcry to the highest and are set forth below. an. the plaintiff attorney whoa
6/8 *pd 0/29 < Til'DIVISION ;
17th 1978: otherwtee a judgement CASE NO. 78-211 ,i and address I Ie
July .. beat bidder for caah, the following Al person having deigns or demand name
may be entered against you for the relief '., :' k.'*"> ;>1., 9> doecrfced property: situated/ In Bradford against the estate are required within George H. Pierce
"tj. ffp ,
DOUR EIGHTH demanded in the complaint or petition. ( | i County Florida. THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF P.O. Drawer' 1030Starka \
IN THE CIRCUIT WITNESS hand and the Mal of The marriage LOTHROP N.'I i THIS Florida 32091
FLORIDA IN my IN RE; Begin at Intersection Northerly right-of- THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF ,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF COUNTY aid Court on June 9, 1978. SMITH Husband and ,",; ',''L T- !'-" 'r'. way of Jeffereon Street and Westerlyrightowsy NOTICE to lie with the derk of the and Ha the original with the clerk. of the
AND FOR Gilbert S. Brown SOPHRONA SMITH, Wife, Highway 301 North 17 court*written statement of any delm: of above styled court on or before July 24

CIVILACTION Aa Clerk of *ald Court degree East 48.22North 72 degree demand they may have. Each claim must 1978,: otherwise a Judgement may be
CASE NO.78-148 By: NOTICE OF ACTION S .' Weal 3927', North 17 degree East be in writing and must indicate the) basis entered againat( you for the relief de-

A* Deputy Oerk6154tchg76 27.00. North 72 degree west, 77.10, for the claim: the name and addres of mended in the complaint or petition.
TO: SOPHRONA SMITH, 'wftose'residence \ ,; South 17 degree West 23.46', North 72 the creditor his agent or attorney and WITNESS my hand and the seal of the.
and address la: degree,Weatl55.W. South 17 degree, the amount claimed. If the claim I la not MId Court on June 16 1978
:A 1 11. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE :373 Third Avenue Ic/o/ Earl Jones). Wed 62.60, South 72 degreee last yet due the date when It will become Gilbert S.Brown,Aa Clerk of Mid Court.

_" -. : EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Ripley, West Virginia l 25271 171.6ff, to Point of Beginning due than be ....ed. M the claim to By: Marian McRae At Deputy Clerk
and FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. pursuant to the Final Judgment entered contingent or unttquideted the nature of 6/71/tchg( 7/13 .
Th. Fill Islands Barbados CASE NO. 78-223CA YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for In a caaa pending In Mid Court the style the uncertainty shall be stated. If the
Iceland do not have armed Dissolution of Man bge has been Wed of which I* Indicated above. claim secured, the security hH be de-

forcei. IN RE: The Marriage of HOMER CLYDE against you end you are required' to serves WITNESS my hand and official aaal. a rIbe The claimant shell deliver sufficient .
COOK Husband, copy of your written d.faeae Petltloner'aAttorney. ; If any of said Court this 20th day of June, 1978. copies of the claim to the clerk toenable IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
and to It on A.Z. ADKINS. JR., Gilbert S. Brown the clerk to mail one copy to each BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA
TRIEST MINI STORAGE LaVERNE STEPHENS COOK. Wile whose addreea to-: P.O. !BOX Clerk of the Circuit Court personal representative PROBATE DIVISION. '
9ne, Gainesville, Florida :32602 on or before

NOW OPEN NOTICE OF ACTIONTo July 10. 1978 end file the original! By: Beulah M.''Moody Deputy Clerk All person Interested In the estate to File IN Number RE: ESTATE 78-210-CP OF HAROLD 8. .
Court either
with the Clerk of this Notice of
: HOMER CLYDE COOk whom a copy SHELDON, Deceased
1000 Glenwood Drive service on Petitioner' Attorney'or 1tchg 6/22 Administration has been mailed are required
10x12B'Vmo. Immediately thereafter: otherw) a MONTHS
Default will be entered against you FOR BRADFORD THE DATE OF THE FIRST CLAIMS
": 10x24) '56Vmo. the relief demanded hand'n and the Petition.the, Mal Of COUNTY; FLORIDA PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
FOR INFORMATION CONTACT: Petition of Dissolution of Marriage has this Court on June 6, 1978. challenges\ the validity of the decendent INTERSTED IN THE ESTATE:

I THOMAS REALTY been filed against you and that you are Clerk of the No 77-507-CP will,the qualifications of the personal representative YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the
required to serve a copy of your GILBERT S. BROWN,,M or the venue or jurisdiction administration of the estate of Harold B.

I 964-6162 Response or Reading to the Petition Court Deputy dark IN RE:The Estate of HAROLD R. WILT, of the court Sheldon, deceased., File Number 78-210-
upon the Petitioner's attorney Paul D. By. Markm McRae DeceaedThuroday CP is pending In the Circuit Court for
Newell Poet Office 664, Keystone ft/8/ 4tchg 6/29 J.J. WOLBERT JR. ESQUIRE Bradford County Florida probate
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE Division the address of which Is Brad-
ILrL DAYS! ford County Courthouse, Stark.
P.O. Box 1086 Florida.

i ee IEAGLEI. 3 Stark. Florida, 32091 The personal representative of the

a : SaturdayFriday estate la Hazel U. Paulk. whoae address.
HAROLD R. WILT JR. I* P.O. Box 1210. Starka, Florida 32091.Th .
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE *name and address of the personal
&/22 4tchg 713About representative's attorney are set forth

below.All person having dalma or demands
I! against the estate are required WITHIN


NOTICE to We with the clerk of the
above court a written statement of any

saved before! 'Up to 34 off!! claim claim or must demand be iff writing they "may and have must Each indi,

Save like you've never cate the basis for the claim" the nand
address of the creditor or his agent
and the amount claimed If
or attorney
-- ar.ewrrruoe dAVlt.R00 the claim*not yet due the date when it

__ I t\ r 1 /if will become) due shall be staled. If the
I A.kCharley claim it contingent or unliqu date, the
\\i+ LEVI'S ORIGINAL natim. of the uncertainty shall be ....ted.If .

I SHRINK- the claim is secured the

1'' MEN'S JEANS :, security= shall be described The claimant
\ m r aheM deliver sufficient copies of the claimto
/ I Dtnouls ds. ,1 the clerk to enable the clerk to mail

1 1' I 10.88 one copy to each personal,representative -.
1 G : LI.AiI
... + n.. .,, rw- 1 .#f as "' persons interested iF"Ilia l estaltf9*,,"!'q
Aa wa.dl.M_..-N' Johns '
I -.. Mal ....... whom a copy of this Notice of ''Aa.
Is.. .... 6.ewwe 1.e has been mailed are re
DECK SNEAKERS ministration
4 tt arm' ....
oleo. ..... dwua a r.e.aw quire WITHJN THREE MONTHS"
.'t M Zr94 =..-:: .,."":' sae This Question: FROM THE DATE OF THE ,FIRST
_'A V.If_% *AV11.00H"_ ANIM .reRewCs. t PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to file
.... setlloe.d g.wryM
:::: : : have that
10W-M MOTOR CM. 50* VINYL MOS! IAOLI DRY CHLONLNI Nm.rwu.,Mwr'/aeeR'.r M "' : = "The rapid increase in any objections they may
.. .- challenges the validity. of the decedent

:c-2i01 robbery and theft will the qualification of the persona
;. makes me worried representative, or the venue or Luna

i..r'a r'wrMi oL iMan.M.w'w'. Nw S H.irwuilw.tvnmihl: r about my stamp and diction of the court.
k : coin collection.: My OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
\ 4:1 Homeowner Policy FOREVER BARRED.
doesn't begin to cover Date of the first publication of thin.

& 4.f r the values. Can the Notice of Administration:June 22, 1978
I Charley E. Johns Hazel U. Paulk a* Personal Representat
.- lye of the Estate of Harold B. Sheldon
Agency supply 'all rash'Insurance Deceased.
to cover the

,. VALU6PLY61 MKN'f"WORK HOI I' 1 a k 1'' full value of these rare ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRE ,V';:
11TOeC tamps and coins? SENTATIVE: (
IAYE 1.e0 Ke: i6.94 t r George H. Fierce P.O. Drawer 1030(

INOPAM n1Vir1NCNUT[ IS" IARRCUIORILL Mgr __ _!tit ell '... Starka Florida 32091
t'L Telephone: 904 964-5701.

25.83 ace, $ J -3.94- ;", ..- Charley E.. 6/222tchg( 6'29 .'\,
Pmc. {j
gas nr 1 VALW Ft SI IA ri f

I .P..d.WAS, dlwl.brd seal, nleHMMakM 1e1a.. N' sl, nwlenwf. I MO AdtiMtaM X4U. rr Arid lo.MearRa.lfl* d to.**. I ,-4 r I WHrn OMII.I awirs wORK MterrskMNST JOHNS AGENCY 4 WO SUBARU PICKUP '78 ,'" .
Sheep PI w a..4., .III DlIC. 66q :; Brand New Immediate deliveryPickups \
PaKr 3. 27 131 S. WALNUT ST. & Station Wagons From, I

c.--- .... _-or. .ksn $.688 P.O.E.We.talde II
dews,w asea'._ NN-r7. _..._....II.L... PHONE 964-5070 Volkswagen/Subaru\ -
Y. ... .' YAWL PLU81 Jacksonville 1150 Florida Lane Ave.Ph S.781.5511 I IVE'RE I,
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wserr.le6t i
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770 I
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rhiVMM. vln*."t se"--t.Nee,.... es vw..Iee mete.,as",
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i ; 101 bLabs, 1 1r

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tsaw Ryls.

680 j 31 PMa e I ..e.wA5yr .

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to help with all the arrangements : -

+ L SEAS NASAL SPHAV 1y'i. during this troubled tim .

v' PUMSE/ OMLOMOACTNeQ NASAL- flowers funeral services and all the .
: SPHAY. .
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+ 22"---_.._1A. .MY OIL S41TTIR MAKIN0111$ "ANTDJII"

.J 24"2r"? "",24.U 1.... 1.27 10 OZ. w SHAMPOO woz i 'or.c.nKCr :99 =i1.96 Funeral Home

28".... m.M warersk'e .a.deMa1 iMwwa.NrMiss e
r ."VM' ark., s 4e.. sass.Ia. Starke Keystone Heights
$..tS3.40 -.. WAIiar' -

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g.gi I. a* race. I, .I'SURUEIOp $ : ; ..ERlOMIU I _I All .*..r., ;!
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SALES. tod-SOOO. 0,.. 7 : .. \ J. .. :. itRtl, : ti. I rU... 203 :
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WANTED* M."". ..*. ..u...*.. s...... j....,. It74. 13'M, Mtvrekiked.Bnell *. CeB Seel Clark:. tart.Belle. fcy ". "... IS kp eMbeerd .Hk beta
tike sad tire*.Wll pick ... Phase M4-40EO. 140 BasiS .*...* ud MCMMpeyeieala pkM* 4684S76, 4/22 tl/*" ..J.C. ........ leekvlclM.PkMMl 1 ..... traiag Meter,doptkUnder : .
OLIN-8 MOBILE HOME w. ... |301 SMtfc la al iM... rkww 47JHU4I. 811. 2lpd ....... eeeta. Bv* k.

SALE. W4-MO. 0,.. 1 8&.1.l M/ck. *, "84-718* efter I .... IRS HONE SEMODELINGI: i'1' 1422Irdt'i11P sa6v 17... Phas .7a-di. 5 I44O MjMir, T......
day a WMk, u 2tpd SalASSUME Uie base d ...* .nl taa
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iiiiisiiii'M50: ;I 8./1111. +., phnakb ITEFTlcTANK : rCleored TA ACRCB. .
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T002. ItfftOtQUIET l......-.-.r. =7. C_....... *a4 todaelrial.FnJIy HapiM MI IRIS, '...IGO.P. per k... W !
., W" PER WEEK ....... 5422 4tk8 713BULLDOZER II....... PbeM 904ill. .... 40S-IS53. .o/S2 ..,.. ".title. ; ;:

RJ SUPERVISOlRt' 1.. <4Alt. e.velvpee. ...., eteieped NEIGHBORHOOD .,"/." '12" TIt....... ./
.Sterk. Naretog H_.. ... ...,...... FreeappUeei and BR es. bald elder WORKS ----- ,
t64-6220. "/.. seed cell........ eeaar.lt Meek kecee. LR BILL'S SAW SUOPi C_. NANCY'SAUCTIONHOUSE SILVER : :
PkeM. .. ....,.. .....1... ,., DR. ....... lejaly ree*>. ..... deeer, lueekwrlegad M4U30 ..... ....**.... "".... w...*. red bur _.. .,. / .
-------- 1...-..,. P."... Star Rente.! atllky sass, ..,..... ...... Mvelag."I.. Mertki.PkeM llStakf ....... ...... carbide, Every Friday sight ItlO ..|*|."M. .
ATTENTION,Put, Ph. -. CaI......... OH, ..n. 14211 CH/A WW carpet, walk t* cheat. mower bUd ""." .... New sad .... sere Ukl... M... '
Our aha "..r. New ...IU.. lied tat ..... la eoll. T13SEWINfl grated sad ......... Lav.stSash..8.lldtmgSup .. ckondlo*. 6/23 4lpd, T/13 .IU. E..! .!
II.. .. .. ., "" .. . Ph.04431
s.dJ.wdry n. -.00' ., after ..10 -------- .. ..y, II. I/IS 3t
D..I.,. sad was II",..all day......*... Stark er ...,._ H...... DUC DIVORCES;;' !
....... .**.... HI,.... i I Ii Itud6/t2 MACHINES _,lie. Stager A........ SICN P{ ii ;;
o" 'I REPAIRED AI...... t//1----! __
._.1..1.... N* ........ ::'Nf buttes
.*.!. Or tabs .......... el i, ,\\Ii> ;! ,. RECONDITIONED Meklle *classed ..... eed ..J...... t1pMGDELI'tG. Flip A ewlageckln Sew all day Mrvto .

ear teetlel .ee..... ..... .. ', ..... .. .. H_., 1968 New Maw,with '7.Werkg.u..,....Je.eStiicklaad aid rapsdr.. .......*. Need _.s.e I* W.W..riM
eller sad basks UNFURNISHED S BR. MW ........, Ik.MW. ,ease r el...,... New ..It...... belki, hmttfreen toke Saturday. s.
Cal I-S03-6734494 party er write ew. ..., lee.Ire T.APT-Rss Sre. WII1...... Jek.Brew. Reed aad Hwy 18. ../.... *. Brick. .1.."., .enta vr er p.y.w4115 pay kaltnee per.. '/S 4lp. ..11.A .
Mekle Center
Se.ta'l Perllet,A,....C... Motel 1900 N. Teals A...., P...HOMO. 4733775.IMTHDETROITER ,. BAIYSITTINGi, Mr base ee.erele. Flrsple.eepeslallats. '312. PkeM 964-7064. will "
KeytlM. OrlllU -
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DAY Tf/ckg ..... 014.1452.1/16 2108 er 473-SS78.: Tr/... _tal..d.
BUMMER CAMP Arte Mekite. 5132DOZER .
-- .71-3775. "
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....-OSI. Mk tar Jell. Itekg >3> BEDROOM TRAILER ea mew ...I...*. Hm It Ik.aew. WORK, 8..1 u HEMtiKKH0111SI'FtIRKRits: year*, very ge.tle, geedhealth ----'
./11 Grltfle I...,. Phone 96488io. Wll 0.... ,... loge Jake. R A R LeedcUeriBg. : Wtet rellelT W..,... P...... PATIO ( 0\ : ,
itpd 1122KITCHENETTES. Cenv... mr, I'". fcel....dMkvro .I7. ...." .
.,.... ....... Beet P.... 488-2828. Uck. 6450. PIt*.. N/.8'1'01.
CETA PoTlTiONT"DU. try ... R.''''.. 43 VI7lt. esppl ,. .
Caster Ke,....., 4733779. IllS 4tpd T/8 Itpd 5/22 .
: 1 BR 1 IF>.fc. AM MINI M. .:.
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Ceeety """' .., ..01 eee.eeikelly apt. TV. AC. nllHtlee k>- "* y ,WATER HEATER G..."30galUa Ilk HI., .
...I......... ... eluded. Totally .oonl....., ---------- ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS a ffi."iifi'"rr iT .. alas. tireweed ,11.1717. .
Must have. high .....1 ed.tetle. .- weekly) ...'.1" u,... BLOCK HOME wkk S .... PkeM 864. .Rh Ce.*.. ...... eed E. aad itpacttyt ......,. -- ---
tad k* ..... t. type.Apply Tempi Mel.l. 880 N, rasa,l..'...,wkb 13 eereeI 6884 884-6582.. tl/rfcg+- V.p "...'.r pill" IreeiAodrewe Phase 964-7673.eenp Itpd. 6/M UTILITY :
Temple, Starke. PkeM 9047357. I I..... Carpet CH/A. P.._,. *M W.Medlera. .
era el Service,' (loud E.p"..rt 6/22 4lpd. T/13 P.... 78246777 1118 tl/*.. LOSE WEIGHT, ....1' eedleet S,....... "/. 3lpd. GARAGE B.tulay; ; ; .Uklei.(..bmni light, .

keaee)1. Stu.... lUhg 6/22 with X-ll Diet Plea '1. 8/ex Jeae 24 ealy. .8....Ul I p... te.|,,e sad .
THREE DrWM"MobiiekM TWO HOUSES, .. 1 Isere. /. REDUCE E..... Fluids -I 1--9K- SR-16 East at City 11.1'.. dvlhrered. .
*a Crllllt I..*.. .. Wee* .... .. St., with X-P.L 83AO .... 1'.... .la... itpd. 6422CONCRETE .... .
,I 'U5/.*.,.. Phase 964- S,.,.... 0.... '..M.E. K...'. D...., SUrk, '11I Key.t.nefir. .FloiMkii..tke ..
:CARS..TR! : CK 1 $, : 8253. llckg 6/32 ....'... Sea 828 Surke.Pk lOtpd S/II D'RIVEWAYPIPEi 1'.1.1 tlte,
... ...>37*. 6/15 II lack la.ld
TWO- BEDROOM -Tniuri- 7/8 > SIGN-PAINTING.-Past' .'ai Rds ........, 83.10II. P.... 304-402I..: .I /!! !

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geed ...dlt..... 8800 er beat Itpd 6/22 USED MOBILE ROME"ler Weld Plea Merket, Friday, ltcfca622BAHI .\'AC\UM8.: .
.11.,. P... 984-8803. lick MJ ......Phase ,..'7(10r ( s.".,..", I....' ...dMeMey. SUMMER WORK ,\':, HAY Argentina.klghlv new ".e
'/IZ FOUR BEDROOM i HOUSEwith 473-4. 8. IRS 2tpd 6/22 0/8 4lpd. ..IZ.GENiiiALOO'Mii"y. PROGRAM Tke CJE.T.A.: tortllaed, pkoM .... ...hl... (.. :
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MUSTANG Hi i7eAM"M :-4 .... 964-5161. Itpd 0/M BRICK HOME 4 yre. .... 3 r.... 14I| | tor Clew HATCHING EGGST; "wTTdturkey. .......rI.. .
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alter 1/1 PkoM .771. Itckf .
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HANDYMAN I base Sprtoge, ''Eat. 2671.A'pllaatlws |. CARPORT !
"' APARTMENTiF.rd.ked TWO 1.Bahiwlm ....Ir.. laurlerc.terlerireetede.eg will I ... k* Saturday t a... II t f.m.Teblee .
VOLKSWAGEN 4ii, 1972, see ...,..., 3 ..... ..... 2keiki. ........... Ukea at tile NefekkwkeedServle .1_..,aiMhee. .1... H.dge
4 deer, radio ", AC. very ckea. shag ,."."., tear eereie, waS I* eed ,...t" Special. rete./ Caster la One** sad msd. ._. 4M W. Lawn
Iw* MW tlree. 9895. RuntGeed. 01'....., A/C. Ideal I., ems well carpet CH/A. 12 .12S ." .112 Lawn ..
terse ... ..... dlltrae, Perk .ad Kerileee heights Pratt 8t.. Stub. llpd..
Phase 408-1853. llpd ee.pl .r retired ,....... .let, city sewage eed weter.Oqe 1'.... .......... Phase tt48961 ketwee. 1 pal. cad d ,... SEVERAL ITEMS Ikluk petal .
622DATSUN N. eblld,.. er pel. 830 NTeupla brick .... ee. '...... ..
slur S ... for bane- J. 21. .' l 78.ApplMeete .
Frldey, *e .ewer, I 1C OM test
Surke Pkee. 984- .. 473-3823. 8/25 ,
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------ Sterk*. 3/11 tl/.... Merlla, /6/.11230. BREAKER Stalker Tw 1111. CR $60-T, lira .....,
Ins CHEVROLET 6/15 5tcka 7/13 lw. .!...., MOO. 1 I <
___ -4.>: DUPLEX r R84..E. Beeei 40 ......*!, ..pperlewer :
MONZAt 2>2 Hatch. Beck MAKE 'RE8ERVATlONS .Epperee. Street 110 It. aide. bead., G..... WHEEL SEARS .. .

with CB Redl.*. 0.. Owner, sew tor ...... veeetle. **' Uvleg ..... I. ash ..... E.... ....*. CB ....... BICYCLE bukttMkMk. ,
45,000 ...... C.... /., .. .JC,1a.I., I......,Pbeee CH/A. I35.00O P...* ..47S74 Wthl7BYILDOZINO S,.....,.. ..!...., yea 3 ..... ."t. ml (....
II,1195. I. A-l ........ GeedTke 533-1366. 3/30 /... tor ..... 5/4 U/.... .......* ...... C.7,- c.*..dlll>, H6 Craps .
.. Pbo.88d4363. llpd _._- 20S2. Itpd2 Gar g.. U8-SOI.IZI N.,'k, i IlBOj .
Btarki, Sky *
JO-LU MOTEL .c QaC '*Bulldozer Work FORK SALILt: i.ler. y.a _0ISEAas-_ c
FORD PICKLlP.IH9 aedel, eperleie.l dwellleg, I WASHER perfect aoo
bag ....1 ..... Geed A TRAILER PARK. FURNITUREREFINISHING Largo or Small LewreM. Blvd.. 3 efc) lets I if(n..I...., r........1.. Pk... *
...,..0.., 1750. Ph...904- 1W a 100'. '7f,000.) "usry ,M4-"2g3. h' 64221TARKEt :
7813 Itchg 6/15 Space Available ----- *Land FIIIPonds Mack 813. 00. I. ire at' I .
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Free E"' I ITWAFrL ------1
ForJ-iouae Trailers kern 1.dZZ.. I .* .
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_)wt "uILbUFI .. Per.M R.hl ....... > :
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CHEVY. BTEP8IDEheel '30'JImoM 4Pr.Acre. .. ., ,, rQ,, [.k.- ...... '> .d d- 9646015'I I !,
.pr/I.ky. g72.1pka6/ "' 'I ort. WATERS44MI .tu iiiTEit.T{: ..... high ud dry. paved *! ><
.....I..7.J006"mile... pooltreetloe. Phone t//.1410'1 ... 4,30 I ._. ..... j
6 a II ...w'pk.: .. ,n r ewe
Beck eliding ....., II I ante csSe .. .
----- kB, M m.f Uk asc6.l .
AM a...ed.0 cyL brown, 8" US-301 South I P............711"" I 680 W. Madison 81 starts a lb. .. .ria. MeL bra rank Call brBTARKEM.III.I........ J
cI.t'" ....1. n front, 10" Sat" 1 sw, 1:301.:4'; t'
......*. bad 3400 equity Starke b JU. n <.'*. MelrM SR .

.... ...... p.yse.t.. 26lJl.N.a Nertk ea tOOA' Ralph
1 BR kM Md
... .... .. ''I',i sere wllk .
P.. 904-7106 niter 6,30 tfm sly b* B ""'
Slrstmt.eSmIsmmmasmm m maleS tB 473-Jlirt. '.... bas Mkttkl tar ku.. Real
..... tl/pd 475-1151 er .IIS.

,, Pnion County W mntRda Sky 1tHETP 1 t 3 BR. S balk-Bekile- base 2117 N. .

WANTED> T...*.. t,| ,,*a .lake 916.700. ,
:MISCELIANEOUJ. I pert*. I*aeelet la mtm. car. "" ...
I .I elderly. lad,. Melr***.I I KEYSTONE". 1 acre
1 1 .
area. Reply la Pert Office tract., ttarlleg ,
FREE 0.. year ..>...1|.1G. e $AU I lea 1660.GelM.vllH 32802.'| Ter... SR 16 W.. .
.,... S.....,... Oa22ufcgOYARD / 9 ----- It. Ir..... :

G.,.... Skepkerd. p s..1 f I I .PATH AY BROKER 2 Itlllld.,..
FOR BALE 14 It. V". ... 5 ACRES OFF 8R438tPrvldace SALES Frl tad --
...... old, 873 sack AKC'J FOR RENT, S BR base, ) Helgktt,FU.I .
9644922.: Itpd 6/22 fluraleked Oil 8R-I21, nonrIWerthlngte. .110.'..... beat (live well) Hwy, Partly Hee.ekeld It.... ceetercycto -'I I Office KeyttM Homo WE HAVE :: ,
,-.A Springe. ,.. with trailer ad I2J H.P. cleared. 0.... Needs babyunkui, sic ...n.louI .
;. S. tI....,, 496-2126. Realtor.f'BR Ckrytlor. eeglae,8450. Seartetdept CASH ,... B. v..... Clever. LeM .....d F...*..-| 473-3061 OWNER !
6 n. It. ...., R..lter.11141.. llcfcg dip Bible. Clio,... IUh.l I --
:.W N.JtI I : : 1 Bah; MOBILE I....... "00. all feedCMdltlo. MAIN sT7'Pi"opi'aiTiT 2L.tm -- ,------- Seetk el | ; ;

HOME .. I/I acre el quiet' .. P..... 496-2157, ._.. .. L. Setter.Oweor EMPLOYMENT: Tk* Clay /'.,3 BR. .. .
country living, ao pelt, hwy 6/IS 2tchg 6/22 fI_*..... ,.. 8. Cev.ly Beard ./ Ceeety ,..... 1176 .
DENTAL ASSISTANT. 18, VVerlklagt Springe. --- ------ ...... Beeker. 499-2126. CeMnU.leaere has the Cei..rcUI. "
....'1..01 prelerred., 4962308.6/1 tla 43: ACRES VERY ......... CJI.T.A. Title IIMeHlea and Building ever. I .., ;
'apply Dr. Wltt't .ffic*. 496922 r SECLUDED, This It 3BRICK HOMEc Hat available. ..1..... Iraatag* .. .
32'11I. 2tchn 6/89! FOR RENT Throe BR.1 II ..*., tract II *. Uke ssl..le. la.a R.'.,Slav. W....,, Dryer, M.I.'.....* peiltla.Cley Material* _......., l lat

!balk brick. ..... la City .1 .. .. eoereit .v.... akeet I Levoly ..I....'..... Call :. C..." T. qualify tar -WE BUILDYourPlan.OrOurJ- ....1100. :
ler .... ,... 8. mast k .
':QPp".RtUN.l.tt : this eppt. I this pedllea pea a --
Butler call MtlnetReel large tree caver
I 1 $ Lake Estate,, Roller. 496- tract, ....'.1 .pI.,., U...,, Realtor, 496-2126. mlde.t el Clap Cenaty, ad.uM .E.....*( .
Your Lot Or Oun .
3978. for more Inlervotlon. several ..11.1., ill... llckg ..., Ik CETA'.llgl- Ralph P. [ ,
klUty r.. .lrMBt.. II ya ESTIMATESRemodeling Re". .
"./ 6550JMI acre geed tor... |
1/15 per
11I11t( 1480 weekly, nnlquetallag .! LAKE ESTATES)3 BR.2 B 10 ACRES ON"SR"-12i7"T. ..I.....* yea say anallly, It!..-.; !
p'.,"., free .k_. .. 2 acre Private. 1'.,...... parr* ..01 apply at Clay CnalyCeatm Repair .
delalle. Jim E.I Rt. 6.Bex '. .. Ja.e Coher.Roelter 8rvk .HU. Addition
.fOIS.((: Lake.. This ..... .le very .e. 8. "elty Wya
165 Lake City FL : 1.... AI tbs way perfect. 496-2126. llckgSIIVICIS 913 Vkeleut Stre.1 GreeaCeve Home Bought : ,
32055. 4/13 tla Florida. 32043. ,
.ce.... 2 mlloe .,.. Sews ---------.- Springs Sold T edACREAGE
DIVORCErMnolHrrnice .but yet It I I. I. the ..... Pf SONAt 1 Itch. fIZZ = : ; ;
: DUE TO Was the .lake full el Itch, Earl
F"OR"SALlft 1909" 4 FOR
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Singer :
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.I. .500.00.
..Her.Ph. .
... 9400
.. *r
... B.llea Sewl.gMacklM
16,500.00 dews. ... ,
< ... .73"117. IIP. lB !
flip aid sew all U*.. _._ ._-_J2'1KlY8rONEi I :
Rlkerd Inearaac ......... Mod ....... I* ..7 ACRES Melted ta era Trls1 ....... with ---- .lab- ("' ,...c,.

A,...,. F.,..... take aver. ,.,...te el .13nr ....'.1... gd ......,. GeBo.e Grapefruit E." yearly 1 ......,. er _-III,. 9644853Highway .
and Dooloro. B.... BnOdlag.Pkan -eeth er pay balaace el geed ....... this tract aa all Strength C.ponlo. and ,..". i BR. .lfl........ I"........ 301 South 621 North 1i
496-2101. Lake. 259-2343 Tabielt. A..., .. i
JBnllorHveTyeae" piss wooded Ideal lor camper. act leg Including .Iflltle.A.. tow a* StarkeWrII
'; ';;. .ger Maectoaay, will deliver. se.bllgatloa. cable. er park year ..,.. 0'..., 225 W, Maim. Leke SI7SUM per ...th. Stark.

I..d..te. coverage. .ky 6/22, lichg. h_.. Owewr Mode I* eell Butler, 1/22 Olckg 7/27 K.,,,... H.Ighte Real.-. Formerly
USHER .. .. _. 413.261tlehg *rtlwuIJf'lI I
8875.00 .
ph. JOE Tifo (5,875.00. -------- --- Real
AGENCY 496-2126 er 496- MOBILEHOME.. .own. ..... CLARKES SAW SHOP, Drilling!
II' 1
... Cadst.64' z ::!!
Ac. ::
-- nnlnrnUkod. These are. ... ..ever. 2AOOlotloge. Cemplot tfcarpe.lag. ...- I*e" OM Acre
1/2 talk, 3 BR.
INSURANCE4GEItCYs It el let 3. Pweir.Trailer .W* bar. all Ire*, el vice head, clrcnltr. mower : .-id.' .;I 2" thru 6 --
leo S. I..... Ave. Me Park, Lake Baiter.after preperty lleted Irons aJOO.00 ......, shay tawt, leave. ., I S Acne em : '
ljeki Bu''.', 4963978.iEVf 5 p.., 34.500. 6/22 per acre aad .,. We kav. C.... Balldor't Supply Unit./,' llwult* .- Fast'' Rotary Lfcnlt" __
f'.. t .. uaell track we ale have Lab* 8.".., 6/22 Itchg 7/8 Back 301
)tpd ...".,d cob..., ....... ..
--------- -- Drilling Equipment LUtltt.
LISTING Ceeelrv lie.m.athe lam*, etc Writ .r call tor
avl., with city e..,..- .BEAGLE PUPPY, .. I.... aitlog" ........... Yea Reduce eel.'and laet wlGeB. Ireetefo.Senth .
bee tor tail 3 BR. ._. ..... ARC, CAM caa tall Ire .. .h.,.. ky ... Teklelt' A E-\ap BRADFORDMINISTORASE. STATE LICENSED --
,*..".. .. 20 acre 'elpUnlod 490- 780: 6/22 3
p...... Pricet>"* -......----_....- er call ....'. CHEROKEE .. 225 W'. Male. Like i Aer. 121
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Pumps .
8.U.8 6tckg 7/13
at 800.000. 3 BR HOME .. LAND CO..MURPHY N.C. ..
tu lCITIN-G--LIVING SR-231: 1 I. 3 Aires avail-. 28906. _._- --_.- ---- 527 S. Water St. Fear BR.-S- /

TARTS TODAY 2 BR.kr able; Bat ..., tr.o. ---------- SEPTIC TANK GREASE (SR tOO Al Laura 911"' .i New & UsedSalesParts'SeMce kUck..*. .
.. ...... white oaf .Fanaal dtalng '., eel-la S I* IS ACRES Cleared. TRAP.cletneule, *ew II..., =: : :
roach, ......, I.'. *.. .1...... Ikrealaee. .....,.. .... Rottord, 011 SB.121.JOM ro.......... Jo* Feroyla., S Story I.... 4
llroplece deck. ever ."11......*.! knlldl.gt .ad 8. V..... Realtor 4902126Jlcfcg 431-1022. AU ......... 'Starke 964-8286 ... TM ale
foekl.g' ,Silver L...... iJmja awhanilag. .... CALL .epprecleKd...jl/M L!!/ L. E-Z ,Terms"Plumtain'g -- ;'

Jen S. Usher RoUlef, 4982126. L ri"nns CUSTOM Rtntal Units 5.11. -.. .
t.bhLY-IPE U llckg PROPERTY. I acre cleared. Wi tr* now .
priced .. ..
ASY TO OWN. 3 BR. 1lyk Mar Hwy N. 301. Ow.erMedt tacking toll el ........ Free StiIIArailabl. *rct**>rlft.. f **' .- :
.plasbedsr 1/2 kalkoetor --- Caok. ,... S. V...... ......1... L... IU.,...., I BR. I*".*

4I ...,.... ..... Reel... 4962126. IteWAPPLICATIONS phe.-r96.2219.12JrtlrhgSEED New.J '. tallation. .eblU. ..*. i
n..r Ik* kid./ 933JIOO. REGISTER We; 4X5 Clothes'StofaQe .... ,
CASH? kvyek ,"..;. Remodeling *.. ... : .
ears.pickup end(reckr.-Jo* bare and .
LtrE. VALUE LP GAS NOW BEING TAKEN Skew. Ray Pettk. 490S131er -- .
ALUE le what Ikltpecioa. 490-JK9. 3/18 ,.. OnlyflMonm ,
3 BR. 2 ... balkante St FORSEWING P.DeUa
308 S. Thompson | | ...... .. .. ..,..,
.... It ... a fennel 'irnET5TALiTIOli. 6X10 IQ t '. ... Re. .
964-5883 MACHINE I ..
laleg seem, Urge toMlryoei 'Durr.-anc.- ; !
wO *ie / Month
la '
......1.m.145300.tad a fully equipped Cash & C-arrJ OPERATORSEXPERIENCE I I ,...:.... EaperUaced..*.1... Meat. algh.ad ......... .,.... ... ...... Onus r

.......01 ..,It. CallRaltord. 10X10 Unit PUMPS afSUPPL .
hilip W. Clark Dock HELPFULNOT 431-1322 .It..' 6 t'7 I If '2fl Month ",

Delivery Of 10X20 Ali i
Home Unit
u 1 K. '!IIf4l'h '
; : BUTLER j > TELEVISION REPAIR AT ,,-, 43 f Monthhens'I96442 Beg N.-Tempts Steve.
HEIGHTf7F.rlkw19041473 ,' & APPAREL DISCO['NT PRICES ATJlM'8 Eve..
Cylinder flRMTlREi: '453Mai. 8t.fk*, Fie.. I

,170Ir. .BulKGas APPLY IN PERSON j ". SU Lab Butler' 49ft2985. 984-7061 II...
t'Eve.legt: ... 3Zc... Eve.
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V }tPaal' lEf.EfbRAPlt.L .. June22,1978 "," 1I Roman Cat CMMUNITYNEWS .\.
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To Publicly( tebrateTraditionai14ru1 Elisabeth G.Walker Day Care room at Prayer.. Mauling.a.m. Sunday School: KM;
By the
NiTIr1EFFECTIVE at 7SO, p.m.t In ( Morning Worship u a.m. St.John' .
I Phone/x4.14811Dean's
i8aa' .. RjfiOwnpJej, lIrch News .Day will be observed by Lodgt! :
No.28. All of the Masonic familylshV
Under the )i the Ortho- .LUt: The speaker will be,
4'1'': dox Roman lponaora.Pf ement and ,.IJ; ", Franklin' of and ,A mWal will be held at Calvary vited]W.M.to Pugeraon of Gainesville..
the Society )f.;loman Baptist of Churches will,"
I"i' Franklin of Lawtey, Rev. The
JULY la* Catholic prlesta wtH publicly celebrate Mm. Robert The meeting will be directed by All members are Invitedto
Is ol 4
made the Dean's List. Anthony a P. Franklin chairman meet p.m.
the Traditional Trtdenline) John talent show will be pr&vented
1977 graduate <* Bradford High NBC U.S.A. Inc.: Mr. attend. A
Mass Sunday June 35 and the Evangelism, You erg.
Latin the church at 8 p.m.
week In-the Jacksonville: hooI. He Is a student at Georgia Frsnklin. will be assisted by outstanding ,
following In and Choral welcome.
< Southern College, majoring Evangelistic of GentIs
area.Mass will be said Sunday morning, Biology groups prayer groups and soul Christi Free Canaaa Each Monday True 7:30: Prayer

1 DURRANCE'PUMP June 25 In New Port Rlchl Tampa B.S.F.8. Association Meeting: winning personnel. Band Each Wednesday 7:30 p.m'l
area)and Sunday evening.June 25 In Service. Sunday School 10a.m.
of the BSFA was United Methodist Tarrying
Longwood (Orlando area Monthly meeting Pleasant Grove Worship II a.m.,
further Information call or held June 19 with a luncheon at the Church: Young Adult Choir rehearsal Morning Visitor
For 177, West Coast Sea Food Restaurant In first and second Monday at 7 Evening Worship pm.
CO. write Don Chamption P.O. Box 'every welcome.
& SUPPLY Gainesville. Tuesday at 7 p.m. the are always
964-7283. 473- Duel Day
Starke, telephone or Door prizes were given. Mrs.Louise pm.Young Choir rehearses. Wednesday 7p.m Mt.Zl A.M.E..Church beginning
3090. Bell was a winner. The luncheon was Meeting Thursday 7 will be observed Sunday
964-7081 .
Prayer !
884. N.TEMPLE Miracle with Sunday School at 10 a.m,
all. the
enjoyed by Bible Study. Friday with the
p.m. II am.
Officers were Installed by Mrs. Revival Center will sponsor a Morning
will be
; follows, Mildred the women In charge The speaker
: Mitchel
dY, Dolose Morgan program at 8 p.m.Elder Annie Pearl Hall of Stark At 3'p.m. '
president Elizabeth Dean, School 10 a.m. Mrs.
I Downing ; speaker Sunday Rev.iWillie
will be In charge
;d1 president-elect; Anna Ruth, Mt Morlah United Methodist the men will be the speaker,
secretary;; Amanda 'Chandler Church: Wednesday 730 p.m. was selections by the
treasurer; Dora Dean reporter: Meeting and a get-together There will be special
WILL HOT OPEN Louise Bell certification and activity. Sunday School 9-30: a m. All men of the Community Freewill" Chorus.BaptistChurch
division. Macedonia
membership members are asked to attend Rev. J.M. Butter pastor!
Bethel. : )
of Church at
Housing Assistant; Program: Ebeneser Baptist Church: Bible Sunday School: to a.m. MorningWorship
Evening Worship 4.
II If you are a tenant renting a home Class Tuesday 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting II a.m.
I apartment or mobile home if you area Thursday 6-30 p.m. There will be a pm.Church Chrtal Tuesday:
of God In
FOR BUSINESS landlord who owns or manages .banquet held for the four graduates Tw! {
homes, apartments or mobile homes, Monday following the first Sunday In Biblo rUml will 7!I",>p.m.held m Lresbur4Monday. }
a community meeting will be held at July. Members are asked to attend. Meeting
June 19. through
Bradford County Civil Defense The Sunday School and B.T.U. '
Building at 8 p.m. Tuesday. June 87, Congress will be held July 13-16 at June ::14. .KrtrwlltRupllut
to discuss section 8 rent subsidy First Baptist Church in Gainesville. Greater Each Monday Tlntf
program, now funded In Bradford Sunday School 9:30: a.m.Baptlatm will Church Tuesday'
County. Please attend, both landlord be held Sunday at 11 a.m. in the New Tots rehearsal 7'30:Meeting.p.m. \\ednoK.
and tenants. Bethel Baptist Church pool. 7-.K p.m. Prayer Choir rehearsal
Church) day 7:30:
Bethel Baptist
Concerned Citizens of Bradford New Bible and Thursday night 7-30 Story Hour at the;
Anthony Franklin will meet Thursday, June 22.Wednesday 7'30 p.m. church.Thursday a p.m. the All Male;
County -.. Chorus rehearses. Friday d-30\ p.m'''
Junior Choir rehearses. ,Friday night
will be sold from the kitchen,*
Saturday; dinners will be'sold from the!
kitchen. Sunday is Trustee (8).
Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Morning
Worship II a.m. Dinners will lx I<<
nerved at "1230. League 4 pm.Evening .

: Worship 6pm. "
Thr First Burn Church of, Tlul.lving -,
(iodi; Tuesday 7-4) p.m.
Prayer Services Friday night:
Tarrying Services. Sunday School.
lo-m a.m. Morning Worship t II :iu:
VPCW 6 p.m. Kvcning Worship 7pm. :43,

Greater Alien ('harl'l'U':.,i

fUKCHASf Church: Fridanight. 7 p.m..
SPECIAL Presiding Klder.I..H.Sutchcl will lend.hc .
: third quarterly conlcrcnco. The'wslor :
Is asking all IxuirclH to have
BIGELOWEIENDEfiZVOIIS written reports Sunday Schinil ID;
a.m. Morning Worship I II t a.ni"ellowship .
( :.1 p.m. at'w: Ucihrl'' Mlm'mhiTs :
MULTI-COLOR are n'''K ,t am-nd.
American Legion Post ::il4 iii, \

SCULPTURED sponsoring; u benefit: program July 4;'
$ 9 .A 10-Inch color television wiU'bc given.aceay.

52 Donation $2.Senior .



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hM ilY. h ?4.. does it'feel to he 98 years old?
SURE GET S Noso bad I am a little slower In many
*''abut' so long as I can keep myhealth
Bond. 1 am happy."says Harry
it NYLON ,$29: -- llowenshine. He has been a member ofhe
SO. YP.MONTICELLO Bradford CountSenior Citizens
REI. 'II"SQ Club since 19KB.( Ills WUh birthday.
U Juno I was celebrated at our;meeting
RtO. '1" ?
SAXONY of> June 13.
YD. Showered with expresalona'offovfand
fervent wishes, :'for. Rood.health
and continued long life lopped off
with "Happy Birthday. Dear Harry."

? 6IQELOW 7-11 on a i beautiful cake his daughter baked.
BY BURLINGTON IND. long with ice cream, Harry hctimciiiith :
delight! Hi lives with hit

,uq d'. TALK OF $699 daughter and her husband Mr. Joe

HIGH DESTINYITOWN'GOUNTIN travels litchcock every in Keystone day to Stnrke Heights with and his

".,..,.. daughter who is empe!! ed ha j
TOWN centered Nurse ut the Bradford
County' Health Department
Harry spends much of his time iri
Barber Shop in Starke. but \
.. Johnson
KtO. walks around town visiting stores
,? ARTIFICIAL meeting people and bring a'retired
I ; shoe salesman he still occasionallysells
$999 a pair of shoes. We have all
I'J TURF 99 grown to love Harry and we wish him
$ many, many healthy., happy days. .
An action moved by the joint
FOR PORCIIES & PATIOS Executive Boards of the Concerned
JO. YD Citizens of Bradford County. Inc. the

: GUARANTEED OUTSIDE RE SO. YD. Silver Bradford Strand County Senior Senior Citizens Citizens and the

Clubs. Inc.. in behalf of the existing
19" 2 100 elderly people In Bradford
County.authorized Mm! Sally :Nelson,
THE BEST CARPET BUY OF THE YEAR former> director of CURB to lead a
committee of these three organize-
lions approach the Bradford County
Commissioners to budget $300 per
month or$3.600: per year in matching
funds which would bring 160,000 in
Federal money under Title 5 of theOlder
."'( American Act" plus
Iditional federal funding from
"Comprehensive Employment Train
Ing Act" for reconstruction of theCenter
I Section of HJE School Into a
multi-purpose senior citizens center,
We feel that the time to build Is NOW,
/ 11 will cost more at a later date and
considering $3.600 to 2400 elderly
figures out at SI.SO per year per
WALLPAPER person we sincerely hope that our
ROOM SIZEREMNANTS commissioners can fit this small
amount into their budget this year,.forthis
11' WIDE much needed edifice.About "
ANYSTYll If half of the homemakers-
ti clients, who were physically able,
$ *139 OR COLOR thoroughly enjoyed their,annual picnic .
.,1. '!" : at Lake Pa IIsteen, Owens ..
SQ.REFLECTION. Yo. II1JTAI.UT"' "A A1lA.' IIIlnola Recreation Park In Union
I County. It was a beautiful day.loaded
+.l with fishing, softball horseshoe
CONOOLEOM.. DECORATIYE IO'N' O pitching, topped off with delicious
60 .'*: .*'.- loud,supplied by the churches of Lake
I 4x6AREA 20 0 Butler. Music and hymns were PI'D1.vlded

RUGS by singers."Junion" Calvin Criff.thTIstlan .

I & FASHIONFLORIN t tZb00 A I pot-luck luncheon was'&U nder!'

LI by 12 members'of.. the'Bradford' ,
STOCK PATTERNS ONLYSQ.Y $ County Senior Citizens at oue
REa'4 $ I99 18 at Hampton City Hall. :
I 11" The meeting of our peer bHampton .
I -' along with great eating
.J- singing Ef.lloL'n' music by clu'member.
.Bill Lahn.and bingo lur.el1made
: us all 1 a very happy day Ou:

J1" and Hampton''August Club We advise ctoae their down member.July
Er Carpet;
r1 Teal Tile not to be during lonely.these Come months.to our clybmeetings

Next meeting wm be June 27 at''j jp.m
f. PRICES GOOD THRU RJRE 30, 197 at Pratt ,Street Recrealloq
i SHrlu 96+7423 Center In Starke '

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The largest class ever to salutatorian with a 3.1 grade Carolyn Is the daughter of The National Anthem will
graduate from Bradford High point average,will deliver the Mr. George Roller of Lawtey. be sung by Carol Milner. "
School will receive their welcoming; addrfss he..twlllexpress Michelle Is the, daughter of
jk diplomas In commencement the; 4e'itorS!-'*pffreciatlon MD, and Mrs. ;C.t Gullipn t of The graduates will wear the
I exercise beginning at 8 p.m.tomorrow of Uieir1t* cber*.and Lawtey. ,Tfniirr" | school colors, the boys grey, r
night (Friday, June parents. "Wndalethtldaughter Recently elected" University"/ the girls scarlet. High honor r.-J:1
). of Mr. and MnrHHTUimon! of Florida Student students with a 3.S to a 4.0
Richardson oG Styr r. Body grade point
President Brown, .8verase'uwUl
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Memorial Stadium will fill c graduate of .Bradford High, students, with* 3.0 to a 3.4
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with parenta. teachers and Co-valedictorians yn the 1978 guest) speaker,,Brown for, grade point average, Will
friends to watch the 285graduates Roller and MlcheU a wear a silver tassel.vrhe rest
law student at 01'1"1 l the of
both ; son of the students ,
receive their both from Lawteyfund 'will wear the
Mr and Mrs. Millard,
,-I' diplomas from Superintendent with 3.9 grade point averages, of Starke. Brown traditional scarlet and grey
of Schools Tom will each deliver a part of,the tassel.
1 farewell address. They Will Rev<< Charles, ft, Swartz,
mention the accomplishments: pastor of Madison Street
''casey.. seniors will speak at of the senior class membersand Baptist Church; ,wlU bring an '
p.m. ceremony. Linda express the class hopes inspirational message to the
Dale Kichardsun, class for the future. commencement services.
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member of the Clot your We hove high hope COMPANY 418 W. Call St. : ,. : ,
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talent'awaits. fo record many fin. 964.8000 964.5498 '" '
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HOLIDAYINN JOHN BROWN Steps Of A Good Crown Central ,'"' "..,,' MOBILE HOME Man ,Are Ordered By The Lumber, Inc. Many wordsof "::'4; "
Lord" Psalms/ 38:23 praise have ; Jt"'I '
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473.3775 964.8741 Starke Fla.: 301 South Of Starke
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Starke Fla. 138'E. Calf St., 131; N,.Cherry St. ,617 ,N., :T moia Ave. : Starke ,Florida 539 E, Call St. Chairman Arthur' R. ,
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964-8312 964-5890 Fla.9e41423 Starke. Fla, 964-7701 964.5745 Patricia Spengler .

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Best Wishes for a Future Filled With AUTOMOTIVE PARTS Starke Fla.

Success and Achievement CENTER Morgan Rd. 304 E. Call St.
964-5611 155 W. Brownlee
Starke Fla.96452Q8. Starke, Fla.
660 N. Walnut St. ,
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