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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 26, 1979
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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City Councilman Wilbur Waters has the mayor to the chief of police and Harold Crews at home and asked

","+ J Y nfyr'' r been told he cannot act as a when so required the chief of police Crews to do something about the
w '' policeman more a move Waters shall transmit any or all orders to the tickets. Crewe refused.
believes was sparked by an arrest he other police officers. Provided, Tuesday morning Waters said he
.: made, however, that In the event the mayor received notification from acting
Starke Mayor Joe Warren Issued shall refuse or neglect to transmit to thief Crews, on orders from the
Uw order Tuesday morning, April 24, the chief of police, or other police officers mayor, that he could no longer serveas
//I banning Waters' service as a any order required by the city a policeman. Waters says It takes
Clydesdales Step Out in Bradford SquareThe policeman in a letter to Acting council, then the city council may the consent of the full city council to
Police Chief Harold Crews, who transmit such orders direct to the dismiss a member or employee. \

world-famous Budweiser Clydesdales marched In nearly two feet long. Each of these huge horses eats about relayed the order to Waters. The chief of police. or other police of- "Why all of a sudden when I make
Starke Thursday, April 19. 25 quarts of grain and 40 pounds of hay each day. mayor denies his order has anything ficers,and such orders so transmittedshall this arrest, is all this coming up? 1 Is
The team of eight horses pranced about Bradford The Clydesdales came to Starke while visiting the to do with a police case. be as binding and effective as if politics Involved," Waters asks.
Square pulling a 93-year-old Studebaker beer wagon Anheuser-Busch brewery in Jacksonville. They travel Mayor Warren says the order was given by the mayor." Reached last Tuesday afternoon,city
which carried a driver and'Bud' the dalmation. At Bud's about 40,000 miles in 11 1/2 months each year. Six men given because Waters Is a city commissioner Councilman Waters was a fulltime attorney George Pierce, admitting
barking signal the horses start up. travel with the horses, driving the trucks and taking care who serves on the Safety city policeman in 1976 ,, before he he had not recently researched the
The Clydesdales weigh abwouidout 2,300 pounds each and of the horses and equipment. Committee and is a member of the resigned to run for the city council. matter, said he thought the council
stand between 17 and 19 hands high. They wear shoes "I'd sure like to ride up there!"exclaimed nine-year-old Police Selection Committee. The Since being elected to the city commission would have to confirm Warren's action -
made from a four and three-quarter pound piece of steel Chris Alley as he gazed up at the big red wagon. Safety Committee handles the Police Waters has kept his police .
Department budget Warren points standards certification current by Waters said Tuesday afternoon he
out. Waters just this past week par working without pay as a part-time plans to be working at the Police
ticipated in a committee meeting to police officer. Department this weekend, and will
r select two new police officers Warren Waters said he worked Saturday tell the chief of police that the city attorney
School Board Remains Silent says. night because officer Ricky Bennettwas says it is all right.

Mayor Warren said Tuesday night getting married and the police "My orders to Police Chief Harold''
he had not talked to Williams. War. department was short handed. At Crews still stand Mayor Warren
ron said he had heard about the 11:33: p.m Waters arrested Thomas said Tuesday night "Mr. Waters is
"Williams affair.." Warren said his Nelson Chagnon,43: for running a red not to perform any police functions,
On School Based ManagementA letter to Chief Crews was written light and driving under the influence and I don't give a hoot what George.

after the arrest of Chagnon, but that :of alcohol.At Pierce says.
the Wllliams-Chagnon affair did not 12:30 a.m. Sunday, Ray Warren says he checked the city
new concept of making decisionsat Jn0uenQ the writing of the letter, Williams father-in-law of Chagnon, charter and ordinances'. with attorneys .fcj '
of applying school based manage- based on the number of students came Jto-the city: police Department other than Pierce*,and ,that, ".
the individual
school level was ment to the 1979-80 budget. School enrolled. ;'V WillUmS,said Wednesdax.-mornin'. .
and asked void code
with silence Waters to the tickets. .. \the bOkgives thema'orreaponJl: tJ(! : :
greeted when the Bradford based management If adopted,would'' Casey and Douglas Mid school'based he te>4 not. talKed to Mayor Warren.: Waters said he refused.;; waters sold y OV lhk UCe ..
School Board was asked to give. make each school operate on the management'would give) prfh1. i t pt i' ; .\
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1l approver Marcft 19. .. ,:ESi: ;;J. ,iUrstudenfenroHrmmt'earnsand *- -ctp1la anncentirb"titAdministrators nHtuaiH V' (Crews t tafcee If the> chiet could help*' .
Approval was given the administra make the principal of each school might, Casey said* him with the.tickets, .
tion's request for: Da) master plan entirely responsible for operating the turn off thermostats at midmorning ". <
for inservice education for 1979-80, school within that budget. after the day became warm enough to Tve just been here a few months.
and 2) the district instructional pro- sustain a favorable climate for the re I can't Influence anybody in this Griffin Sentenced Die
gram objectives for 197980. Supt. Tom Casey has told the board malnder of the school day. But Principal town,'' said<< Williams, owner of the to

"It's critical to adopt some objectives that something needs to be done to Dewey McKinney said he, for To-Rena Motel and Restaurant on
We must have authorized program make principals more directly one, is attempting to operate his US-301 north in Starke.As .
objectives to achieve a com- responsible for the budget of their In- school, the Bradford Middle School, authority for banning Waters
prehensive plan," Supt. Tom Casey dividual school The school systemhas as efficiently possible now. McKIn- from serving as a policeman Warren For Zippy Mart Murders"If
said. already moved part way to school ney eschewed the premise that he cited Chapter 2, Section 2.5 of the city
But the school board was completely based management in that each now lacks Incentive to save money. code entitled "Orders to police;
I silent when asked for considerationrJlc school Is given a budget each year but failure to make." The ordinance Circuit Judge Osee Fagan Thursday robbery and double murder on Sept
High School Principal Jim Duncan
the amount is determined by the prin- reads: pronounced the death sentence on 11, 1975.
cipals and administration.Some perhaps spoke the most favorably of "All orders to the chief of police and the convicted killer of two Bradford

l uj1 ltrirr (see page 7) other police officers shall be given by County mere) during the Zippy Mart Sheriff Dolph Reddish Said Lie major''
tUn ( schools now have budgets break In the investigation came in
larger than the money earned by student 1978 when a participant In the crime
enrollment, others less. Brad accepted Immunity In exchange' for
ford High School, for Instance, now Prices But Gas Available his testimony Willie James Bryant
spends $234,000 more than is earnedby High, ................ said he drove the car used In the robbery
l I! its enrollment. ,
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Recent studies show decisions affecting Gasoline prices are rising so quickly -
students can best be made at that one Starke distributor says he Bryant testified that Kenneth Griffin
the individual school level, called looks for prices to go up every day. I qw!, 33, shot both convenience store clerk
school based management. The new "Any second I look for the phone to Glen Lundgren 20. and Keith Kir- (

objectives and school based management ring and the prices to go up," says chaine, 16, a witness to.the robbery.

are parts of an over-all comprehensive Freeman Register, III. of Register
.' 'L education plan the State Oil Co. "Yesterday one supplier of ..' Reddish said the Investigation wasa
Department of Education Is requiring diesel went up six cents a gallon. It 'Thanks for 4 r rm long, drawn out process and he was
each county to submit, Mrs. Lucille ,happens dally" r p "glad to get it over with." He described
Payne, director of curriculum told Many gas stations report they are the double murder as the second"
the school board at a March 5 having the same problem the .Doming by. worst crime in the past 10 years. The

.Saturday.. ..Apr. 21BarBQondFlihFry meeting. Approval of the new obJectives distributors are having. worst took place near Melrose,when
was needed by March 19 so the "We went up two cents today,"said three women were murdered: That
new comprehensive plan could be J.W. McCoy of Signal gas on 301 in lengthy Investigation also ended witha

at the now>lte submitted to the State Department of Starke. i L : jury conviction '
of the Education Mrs.Payne told the board "It went up yesterday two and a
iirnt- :& ;;: At the sentencing Judge Fagan said
N.w River fire Station' March 5.School. half cents on unleaded. says James !
Adult-M Waters of Waters Exxon. Water's he gave Griffin two death sentences to
based management was explained unleaded 79.0 be sure he remains in prison even if
price on was Tuesday
Und.r 12-11 00Skeet .
to the school board several
evening. ; :7oN some circumstance changed the
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Shoot p.m. times the month, and
_. over past "Our prices just about sentence to life imprisonment. The
B8Q4OOpm.Tuetdoy. .., : discussed by the board and ad- go up every
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; week, says Drew Hopkins of 25-year-mandatory prison sentence
ministration several times.
Register GuU at Madison Street and PML carried with capitcrimes' means

:. ..Mo.1 Prior to the March 19 vote Supt. 301. Register's regular gas went up w that If the death penalty Is removed''
:: "Daily 6 Her Ctrl" Tom Casey, Business Manager Eddie five cents a gallon last. Saturday, Griffin will remain behind bars for SO 'f
f W.man'aClub -7 Douglas, and Mrs. Payne all explained Hopkins says. UIWLEADWw years before being eligible for parole.
j p.m. the Several Prices for in Starke ,
1 :: Performed by Ctrl .c..... concept. principals. regular gas
J Musical and Puppet Shaw speaking at Casey's urging, listed advantages ranged from a low at Tenneco of 72.9 Fagan described the murders as
and disadvantages of plac- to a high at Fins on South 301 of 78.9. "outrageous and extremely (wicked
City Council ..w ing the school principals in complete Prices for unleaded ranged from a and vile and shockingly w1c ed."
7P.M. control of an individual school education low of 76.9 at Tenneco to a high of 83.9 '
detailed the
He killing Of the clerk's
which would be at Fina.
program ; IiI 16-year-old friend as especially cruel.
operated on that school's earnings Most area gas station attendants
Testimony indicated Griffin shot Kirchaine -,
complain that even though are
prices
" ,Wtdno.dov.Mu.J.A.lc. at least three times and the lad
... Cancer Secl"t! + soaring they are not receiving. died from loss of blood after crawling
'. enough from their distributors.Most
Screening Unit Van {\' :i.> gas along the seldom traveled road about
"\k Spring One.Hour stations are on allocations. A I .
1 .dfocI'"o..lhoppl. g C.M.rt three miles west of the Zippy Mart
t.OOo.m.-liOOp.....-1:3o.3JO,."': station is allocated a percentage of located at the Intersection of US-301
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gas
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Froa Pap Test ?-r' A head This SundayIt's last year. and SR-18,

Some stations are allocated 100 percent Another witness In the March trial
that time of year again! of last .sales but
April's many told
the jury that Griffin him
Thwnday.May 9Southrdd.Ii.m. gave a
t Your clock IU"Spring Ahead"one are allocated less than 100 percent. I detailed account of how he hid killed,
'I. .CafeteriaPTA hour this Sunday. April 29, at Z a.m. Even' those which are allocated 100 the two victims the day after the
M.etl..ct ? and you are bound to lose that extra percent say they could sell more gas crime. Alex Hendry of Gainesvillesaid
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, Spring Music Program. .: hour of deep gained back In October than they are receiving. '.'; '". Griffin showed him the usedin
7)39 p.m. : : when the time fell back an hour. gun
4 r F Crawford's 66 Service Station has the robbery and'double murder
That Is unless yon care to move to been on allocation for more than a } while the two men tat on a bench in
Hawaii. Arizona or American Samoa, year. Phillips CI6 has it's stations on a their Gainesville neighborhood.A .
Hark. .Mad. where they chose not to adopt this 79 percent allocation: for April and II* .. :'.' ;F r
II.....PTA plan. will cut the allocation to 70 percent for .. -\ '," ', "M.., Bradford County jury found Grif
May.Festival Daylight savings time was adoptedIn May, says Rudolph Crawford. ,fin guiUy-on March 19 and the next
8, t P.M. ISIS and by an act of Congress laIM7 Carl Hurst's Shell Station at .':,1.,' ? Gasoline P..tces. Draw Sharp Glance v day recommended the death penalty.
Pratt.,,,...Park the change from Standard Time Madison Street and 301 was cut to an The high coat of gaiolbt; drape a doubte-Uke from this tourist paying Sl.. The judge concurred with that recommendation .

'.:l1f I* Daylight Savings Time was 83 percent allocation for April Hurst cents 'alJon.IQl' .... His open-mend! expression depicts: the way. m.D711.\\ on April 19 at the small
Courtesy of '.,' established to begin on the last Sunday said his supplier was cut back 89 percent trailers tire.regeting. to the. soaring price of fuel J. 'courtroom: .at Florida Sjtata Prison. .
of April and run through to the so he was cut back also. ,.:4j.wadi.a ::'> ( .
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JACKSON BUILDING ;.:<.,: last Sunday in October. Beverly Bryan of Bryan's Gulf said Street and 301 say they are they have It or not, we woulda'tili; i Griffin was serving',a,> 30-year-
/."' The purpose of the time change Is to she Is going to close half a day closing on Sunday in to have enough have.a way to know," Register aajra.v; *' sentence manslaughter" when arrested
SUPPLY of .Starke '('.. give citizens more daylight hours for Wednesday to keep enough gas to stay I I" to. stay open the whole.month, ,, for the 1979 murders. He was
My 301 8. 8e.4-6078;:*'a :)'c '' recreation during (the tprlngsiid summer in business throughout the month. :3fe "- 1 *, "We're making the ume amount per transferred from a South Florida
I, months. ".. She Is also shortening her hours. Nt>"OM in Starke really know if gallon: as we were tyo or three years,. prison to the, maximum, security
I Keystone Height ISo after you recover from that one "To balance it out Fm opening later
. Hwy 100 And at-A .... .. hour of sleep) you lost laiC, ...Sunday., .,.en- and closing .earlier Bryan says, companies-are.just,holding out for '" "Nobody ill Starke's. going to run"/ 1 has sloe\ *' beerf .transferred: the
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of cities selfthemselves, the
Starke city council decided to renew voted unanimous approval.In q vr 1.1 t:: L ";
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Corporate Croup Service of ) 1'1;+(:. '.:
Orlando and the local Gerald Brown -r"J"i tt '
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Insurance Agency. -Agreed to run ITS feet of sewer line lij, ,.,I' '
Policy premium for the renewal to the home of Inman Green U Green 1" \'I' "'
will coat the city a net of$46,411,after agrees to pay for the remainder of the ,'"'"
getting a $7,577 discount from Corporate line needed at $3 per running foot.
Group Service according to The city is willing to run the 175 feet at s.
Charles Shumacher. The City of city cost because It will avoid septic
Starke had a good experience rating tanks in the area. Green,who lives on .
the first year with Corporate Group SR-16 west inside the city, agreed to .'
Service Shumacher said and will the offer. Y ?
receive a rebate of $13,000 off the
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premium year t 'r ,
Chairman Ted Oglesby to negotiatewith .n tb'1h
good experience rating two years ago.
If the city's present rating continues the Concerned Citizens Committee -
(if there are no bad losses in other at $3 per hour for the use of the
words) the city will realize a ..000 RJE gym; the citizen's committeehad
rebate for the second year with Cor- offered $5 per hour. ,
porate Group Service, Shumachersaid. Discussed Installing lights on the a a' w)4' d ; ,,1
RJE school ball field when councilman -
The city was taken out of the Wilbur Waters wanted to !
workman's compensation risk pool know If it Is possible for the city to do ,, .
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two years ago when Corporate Group so. City Attorney George Pierce, ; ? av,
Service first got the policy through however, pointed out it Is illegal for
Gerald Brown Insurance, thereby the city to make donations to a
eliminating a penalty for high risk, private organization. It would take a
Shumacher also told the council. sublease on the ball field to make it
Hurting the city's workman's com legal. Pierce said.
pensation rating Is a $55,0001asa for Took up Councllman-Vo-Tech
an injury suffered by an employee in Director Ted Oglesby's offer to supp- .
Fire
1976. Shumacher said. ly limerock to the city at $30 for a 25 Night Damages House on US-301 : :
On a fixed plan with a group of cubic yard load a saving of $50 per .
cities Starke would not get a load. The offer was made as part of ''
guarantee of a premimum cost and the deal between Bradford County Bradford County Fire Chief Harry Green estimated this wood-frame house was apparently not occupied because there were few articles of furniture and ,; .
wouldn't receive rebates for a few and the School Board. The county was 70 percent destroyed Thursday night when names swept through the kitchen clothing Inside the house located about half a mile north of Starke. I
years until the new group had time to bought two semi-trailers,leased themto and living room lit 9 p.m.Green said the structure owned by Bessie Pavlas
build an experience rating. the school board for $1 per year
Shumacher who helped write the and the vo-tech commercial vehicle:

Florida,said be workMau"had given up compensationlaw two cities to driving limerock class for the students city, county now haul and Five BHS Students at Fla. Science Fair in NaplesSix ; I

the group without a fight because of school board. The limerock gives the
the experience rating of those particular students, always accompanied by an -. ..
cities. "Some baddies instructor a live load to haul and is a BHS students are competing for competition. Their regional awards place In Earth and Space Sciences; Behavioral and Social Sciences division
ing In." Shumacher told the Stare service to the local governments honors at the State Science Fair and were: 1st place Air Force and Army Science and 1st place Air Force award.
council. Oglesby explained. Science Talent Search in Naples Janice Jockel-2nd Alternate for awards. John Powell-3rd place Physics and
"If this percentage: is close to what through Saturday, April 28. Best of Fair; 1st place In Physics and Kathy Henderson--2nd place 2nd place in talent search Physical ;;
we're doing this thing might work -Approved a city zoning board deci- The. ant students-Janice Jockel 1st in Physical Science for the talent Medicine and Health division 2nd Science division. : _.
pretty good a few years down the sion to reclassify a parcel of property Canoe Hernandez, Kathy Henderson, search; 1st place Kodak Award and place American Cancer Society Beth Patray--3rd place :
road" said Councilman Vernon on southeast Madison Street from John Powell, Beth Patray, and Irene 1st place Air Force Award. award and US Army Research Mathematics and Computers division :
Silcox himself an Insurance agent RlC residential to Uncommercial: Walnrlght-Ieft Wednesday, April 25, Carlos Hernandez-Best Project in award. and 2nd place talent search Physical 7 _
making a motion tn tav with the ore- for II *m.n *!".... for Gulf view Middle School In Naples, Sr. Division Physical Sciences and 1st Irene Welnrlght--let place Science division. _
e . B* .* .* .* .* .* .**. ." the site of this year's state science
fair. Judging was scheduled for all
day today, Thursday, April 26, with
tfCDE PfleviSC SEEP! awards handed out a dinner banquet
Friday night. The BHS contingent L.AIiVLII
was also scheduled to see the musical

138 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. 9645890Starke's "Music Man", tour Edison's Winter
Home and Laboratory in Ft. Myers
and take part in a cookout and beach
Own Bakery party with other contestants during ...
their stay in the city near'the gulf. y R Y
They are to return Saturday. _
POTATO ROLLS The six local science fair par-
9 / 49C ticipants qualified for the state event,
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t from left to right Beth Patray. Irene dinator Jerry McGriff.
Wainright Janice Jockel Kathy Not pictured is Carlos Hernandez,a
Henderson and John Powell talk big Regional Fair prize winner and
about their Naples trip with BUS Bradford High's sixth state fair
qualifier.


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estate sales appear to be in no realtors Is in the works. Bradford
I f I danger of recession in the near future County, now affiliated with the secretary and Delano Thomas
,. ,l t\\ Ij II I In Florida, according to Bob Kunze, Bradford-Clay Board of Realtors,will treasurer. President Terwillegar said
t :1r r j administrative director of the Florida be joining with Union County to forma directors from Bradford are Lillian
.Association/ of Realtors. new board. Pearson. Verie Odom, Paul Faulknerand
Kunze spoke to a group of 50 real Cecelia Terwillegar explained that from Union County, Jane Usher.
estate The Starke gathering was scheduled -
representatives from Bradford the project had been under way for a
and Union counties Thursday night, year and hopefully official approvalwill during Private Property Week
1 4 prIl19. He said property sales were come from the state and national April 1521.
booming in Central Florida making organizations by January of 1980. She Kunze said the organization must
the: business almost an order uphold the highest ethics in the
y. t taking said the Clay County made
_.,.\ group up business. He reminded the
u jperation. People just tell the of 450 members, had approved the group that
I II Iu associates what they can afford to change. some government officials favor
spend and sort through the available Mrs. Terwlllgar introduced other federal ownership of land,with rental
jl I mendOUS. Istings to buy, he said. officials from the realtor community agreements being the only way
tre Kunze said the demand had peaked at the dinner meeting.: private citizens could live on the land.
rustic eyond the available property causing Kay Agresti president of Bradford- Kunze said realtors should be
oak! careful to back
Inflated prices. However, owners Clay board of realtors,attended along private property
s--t" t find It difficult to replace older homes with Fred Davis, president of the ownership programs to avoid being
vith comparable new homes even : legilated out of the real estate
ebU Bradford-Glay multiple listing ser-
S vith the profits brought on by Inna- vice and Mrs. H. Dews, executive business.

.r neatest y ion.Kunze secretary of that same group. The theme for the week's emphasis on
; g came to Bradford County to Other officers in the new Bradford- ownership of private property was:
of ere. :talk: with representatives from the Jnion counties board Include Ralph This Land Is Your Land, PreserveIt.
,_ ever ;;wo counties because a new board of Bryan vice president.Susan Bakken. Enjoy It, Invest In It."

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Bradford County Zoning Board Tues to act without the Input scheduled to
P day night Only two of the six take place at the meeting Tuesday
members showed up for the monthly night.
meeting. That ordinance has been in the
However no miring requests had works for several months and was at
been asked by Bradford County times the subject of sharp criticism
residents this month and the only by local realtors who said some
matter of business will proceed stipulations in the '
automatically even though the gavel Increase the cost of developing pro
never fell.Ralph perty. Some changes have been made
Bryan a real estate agent and officials feel the ordinance is
plans a seven lot subdivision on more acceptable now
". SR-230. Just past 230-A east of Starke, Zoning Director L.I\I Gaines'
and some rezoning will be necessary reported almost half a million dollars
at that location. However,the request in construction starts in April. The 46
J'L' '..., _could not be considered until the May permits total an estimated value of
: 29 to allow a month to advertise the $434.160. That includes nine single
proposal.One family dwellings valued at 1281.318.:
Inducted Into the National Honor Society at Bradford High School were these I'atrav.. and Chub Johnson item set for discussion was permits for IS mobile homes totaling
II junior: Kirk row: Pam Underhill Janice Jockel. Kevin:Miller Betsy Yawn. and Jeff cancelled because of the absent 1100.600; and 22 additions to present
I Front row (nor): Joyce Wainwright, Sarah Kiulk. Theresa Knepper. Beth Hrooker. members. A public hearing scheduledon structures costing$72.042 The sontiiX
the proposed subdivision ordinance office reported making 114 building
will be delayed unless the inspections and collected: 1.228 In

I 11- -Inducted into National Honor Society at BHSTen ti permit fees.


National Honor Society Organized by Honor Society Sponsor Secretary Patricia Muilins" talked
members for the 1979-80 school year Mrs Julie Miller, assisted by about citizenship. Senior members
were inducted In a ceremony held in Mrs. Hilda Dey and Mrs. Thelma Melanie Morris and Irene Wainwrlght ,
the BITS library on Thursday, April S. Thornton,the ceremony was attended talked about the qualities of service
by staff of BUS, all five school board and character, respectively I
To be accepted into the National members Supt. Tom Casey, and The Honorable Elzie Sanders
Honor parents and friends of the Inductees. Bradford County judge delivered a
Society a student must have a \
3. grade point average on a 4.0 grade The inductees marched single file short speech concerning the crime G1G&HTIC'
point scale.Their citizenship has to be Into the library to the music of rate of today's youth. Judge Sanders
100 or an A average and their "Trumpets Voluntary", each holdinga expressed his wish that young people..
character above reproach.The burning candle. A welcome address not only the Honor( Society, but of the
was given by BHS Principal Jim Duncan nation would take pride in
themselves, their 'school and their 3 DAY
new members are* Jeffery Speeches were given by some of the government.The .
Brooker) Sarah Faulk Janice Jockel, senior Honor Society Members. inductees were then officially
Chub Johnson Teresa KnepperJohnKevin Nelson Green, president of the local Introduced to the audience and
Miller Beth Patray Joey chapter spoke about leadership. presented to the school board.
Kiggs, Pam Underhill Joyce Wain- Treasurer Dwayne Baldwin spoke on A reception was held following the ,
wright and Betsy Yawn. the importance of scholarship while presentation of the inductees.
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The interest of Florida's GovernorBob meree in Tananassee. ana jacoosen s

Much Ado About Dogs ,' Dear Sir Graham and the Slate Depart script The writer Graham Lute administration SanAndres. is
have been a resident of Bradford ment of Commerce in promoting the for Florida movie--
all of movie industry in Florida is a good pushing more
County my years. My family been Instrumental
making and has already -
Bradford omen for possible filming of James
to in and
County I860
came
Man's best friend can. of course, also be his doubt was true that friends of Wyatt Earp four generations of our family have McLendon's grim novel. in cooperating with a company
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worst enemy. When the south end is wagging a could do no wrong. But the rand jury says served in the Florida Legislature, I, athwork: on prison locations in Miami now filming on location: in the

happy greeting with slippers dangling gently the old ways of olden days don t pass anymore myself have served three terms as Bradford and Union Counties. The area.McLendon novel will be the

from the north end a master can reward that and someone should decide whether Jimmy mayor of the City of Starke. Here to confer with state and prison basis of Limelight's first movie

loyal behavior with justifiable pride. Bowen is a victim of changing times or victimizer As a r proud can no resident longer remain of my silent.community officials last week were McLendon; Previously the company has been

of those who didn't grow up with silver I am outraged by the actions of the Sy Jacobsen president of Limelight engaged successfully in filming television has
Howhen the north end is barking spoons in their mouths or friends of his State Attorney. Productions of Richmond. Va:Conv Ben commercials. Jacobson the
Harris of the Department of refused to confirm or deny
above any acceptable: decibel rate allowableby friends. During my terms as prom we experienced amount paid McLendon for film
modern environmentalists, or if the south a serious with rights to "Deathwork." although II

end just kicked over the neighbor's garbage, An opinion on Mr. Bowen's performance is dogs ordered running the dog at catcher large in to the shoot city those and I Traffic Deaths was learned from a local sauce that.

rewarded punishment seems at the time not appropriate for us at this juncture. He will dogs he could not catch and if the the incorrect rumored perhaps amount on of the Sioo.ooo low side**

unjustified.We have his day in court. State Attorney would have looked he McLendon. who now lives in Blow,
would have found a city ordinancethat Continue to Rise
ing Rock NC. when not gathering
wouldn't, have to go back many years to Afterward, we'll)) sort through the secret What authorizes makes the same. material in Mexico and offer locations
it
more outrageous Is Traffic fatalities in 1979 continue at is the of K.I* recall a time when, hundreds of menacing scenarios, already observed behind the closed that I understand the dog the State an Increased rate said the Florida son of
mongrels in and around Starke met swift doors of the grand jury chambers, and decidefor refers to is still alive and well not Highway Patrol today. don(he of prison Starke system a longtime! who employer provided

justice at the end of a gun barrel. Some ourselves about what good and evil evolv dead as the State would lead us to Preliminary totals for the period much of the material for the book."I'k'athwork. ,

publicity less seekers remembered the demise ed. believe.As January t, 1m through April it show ." though fictional tells
of some 556 within a two year period not so to electing a chief of police the that this year's traffic deaths are 31 the story of a day in Florida prison
State would "nave us appoint but
one,
above the last
same period
percent history when four were executed
long ago.Before. Meanwhile take note of how justice reigns.Mr. we, the voters have time and time Totals for the 1979 period are 746 in the electric person chair in one day.
again over the last 30 years voted to killed as compared to 567 for the same Such an even! did actually occur on
carrying this doggone story too far Bowen, having been suspended with full keep the. office elective and not ap- period in 1978.Colonel three different CX.t'llI.iooll.

off base let's get to the point. pay. returns to his former trade as a mechanicat pointive.The State Eldrige Beach. Patrol SanAndrcx hope to have' the first
Attorney would rob us of director said "Rural traffic deaths draft of the script completed l>y June
the Ford
until the
dealership court hears his
the right to vote. Let the voters elect number 455 for this and urban could.
year start'
or July, and actual filming
The grand jury said Starke Police Chief plea on the allegations. not five councilmenappolnt.If : : deaths number 291. However, urban by mid-January. flab.contacts areunder

Jimmv Bow, en did some things that an officer the State Attorney spent three deaths are increasing in 1979 at a 43 way, will at'lfl"'or" starring
of the law in the 20th Century shouldn't do. The Yes, he's innocent until proven guilty. weeks of our time and who knows how percent rate while rural deaths are 25 role, but nothing firm rmrntUi tft l be
dog incident grabbed attention but those othermirv much of our money and this Is all they percent above 1978." announced. JacolKHHi' said..
could: find then should be of "
.we proud he continued. "about
Statewide.
offenses of turning his head And the amount of time that .According Limelight' pn iikiil.
r allegedly passes before the community in which we live. If seven people each day or about one filming in 'the Sturke vicinity. if finally
whili, somebody might have made off with a judgement comes is costing the good ole Mr. Powell was right in his letter to person every three hours i Is dying on approved would require a'lflul ton

few cigarette packs or some rich man'sdaughter average citizen.Mr. the editor that the State Attorney had Florida streets and highways."The day!and\ could be completed by July.
ran through a stop sign or whatever too many people and too much time, tragic thing about these I win. '
have been maybe we would be better served if crashes is that most are caused by the The author's father who attimipiinied -
other traffic crimes might Bowen is collecting without
working un- Mr. Whitworth sent them fishing I Instead driver violating some traffic law. In of the
overlooked depending on the location and size til June, creating a police shortage. The pay is of nit-picking some of the best other words, drivers have it within week.the group Haul that fll1lour.l prison officials arealast "

of the offender's dwelling and assets.In proper, but how long should he be forced to public officials in the state their power to practically eliminate had haven' "mohl rnnprralhr" in linearly

wait while teeter-tottering on the judicial -J.R.WaInwright traffic deaths by obeying all traffic diKcuKsums.James .
the old days around Dodge City it no scales? laws and by using common sense and" MrU-ndon also has" : a settHN|
N.Cash for Caroline courtesy in their everyday driving. novel "toldi: flacons Hun." whichis ,
At Florida Reptile Land likewise in the pre-priMliu-liiiii
Prove Bad ExperienceDear xlane. 'In a> (ompanian1rosrt. VikmitI'rvss
will, releasetun" in .hard l
:; Sir: Dairy 4H'ersSuccessful 'cover "lIm\'lnl by pttperiKit-k eli .
I am a businessman In Gainesville" IKMIX and an :MCM: .t'utUiss Protlw

More Money Not the Answer ,;, and Every Lawtey Monday on I my drive way through to Jackson-Starke At Fair turns feature length movieCounty

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.. ( Gainesville I decided to top for gas. I and others competed Saturday. April Agents
To Quality in EducationReportedly pulled up to the self-service island of .... in an Open Youth Dairy Judging
Florida Reptile Land Cat Highland contest at the Florida Slate Fair in Notebook
and pumped$10(lof gas) into my tank Tampa placing 4th and 7th. respec Ifj( ;
When I went in to pay the cashier,she tively.
I gaining ground in.the Florida Teachers are still hired because of who they informed me they did not accept Doug Green showed the ReserveJunior 8y'Bobby

Legislature is Gov. Bob Graham's goal of.increased are. rather than on qualification. One need only credit cards. I explained. "All I haveon Champion Brown Swiss in both Taylor
me is Master Charge and my check the 4-H Dairy Show." The ReserveJunior "
state funding of schools. talk to teachers in the abscence of ad- "
; book. I further apologized for not Champion Holstein in 4-11 and
o / ministrators of course, to verify cases of noticing their sign stating that in Open competition was shown hy l IOh,,nc: !16 1-4:MCI

d : Our teachers and administrators need a pay favoritism prevaling over qualifications and Florida Reptile Land does not accept Deborah Green who also was the All

", increase. They. haven't bad one m two years. ability. Favoritism, or politics, can be seen in credit cards She then introducedme Breeds champion in Fitting and .

I While l>jrir..mc %std still living} cos,,"'.. the way principals are assigned. Gene to Eunice a fellow who said his name was Grooming.Other 4-H'ers representing Bradford This,w the linir,,of yearly|")en.o\1'! KHnumenius

II ha yr :icf1 for: them jttsftwfor e gryfepajt eSir( '. Eunice: loll me-he owned FloridalAiB County' 4-H were: Don Green. calM from KiinlWHHfntwHiiproblems
Discipline is still difficult to c&rfi put. ;::f Land and thoroughly chewed: Ken Howard.. Bruce Howard. Annette and IK-SIS on their wjjrtables.
: Hopefully, the school district will, receive Teachers, in general feel they won't be backed me out. I found out later Eunice does Balkcom. Drew Andrews. Mark Gee. One irf the most' cmtinwHi problem .
not own Florida Reptile Land. but is Herndon. Genie Sheila is! will im lontatiN-s t I'nlor-
Randy Rising.
; this at least the the
enough money year; to give by the administration. Take the case of .
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tunal"I this problem cannot' IKi rreeled
an emplo e. Anderson and Becky Anderson. )
J teachers and non-instructional personnel the, teacher who was harassed and intimidatedthis I admitted I was wrong in pumping' 4-H Is open to all without regard to after it his altarkril I Internal
seven percent increase' in wages Supt. Tom term because she refused to change a fail the gas and asked if I could get my race,color sex. or national origin. o plant unit I I halt lit l lll MM
J : Casey alluded to in the April 16 school board ing grade to allow a student to participate in banker to OK the check. Eunice gardener that there i." nothing he ran

meeting That won't put the teachers even Pop Warner athletics. Still open to question is forcefully told me to shut my mouth.I do for affected' plants.!
did. for I felt he might attack me at The twit way' to Infect will
with, inflation. however. whether student found with
J a liquor on cam- any moment. Defense fusarium ami Iwu-lrruili is tri grow
pus will be allowed to participate in athletics; Finally after almost two hours of Questions resistantaricties ami/or fumiKalr
: A push for better salaries isn't the point we the athletic rules which keep a student out of making me wait and forcing me to the will before transptaiilint Kven
make here infraction cancel three Eunice then sieve plants may dev" "lop I Ihr
want" to though. high school sports for a year for such an appointments. State's DecisionTrying
under fire. decided to siphon my tank.Is d-.
are presently
this how business community of tither ciHiimnn'prolili-nts. are. 111Mtt -
',lf al all familiar with the our school system Highland treats other businessmen? to persuade Circuit Court %. ant diseases" like,'arl11.11.11.\ .,
one cannot help but wonder if more money will The current system of teacher negotiationshas Are they so prosperous and independent Judge hiee Fagan not to pnmnunrc Mights leal spots and! Minifliniesiru
improve the quality of education. Face it, placed the administration and teachers in that they openly agitale and the death penaltyon hi* client \ >4-s. leaf I spots and liliulilsin: 'In
more money alone will, not change the school adversary positions and accomplished little threaten the buying public?? defense attorney Leonard Ireland rnnlrnlktl with, a regular spray| or
... br %in.h. tkmrb.l'apian.r .
said the state must pnsttve doting program using
system one iota. else. After all is said and done in the current because .
Sincerely.Juan the crime was united" c.'ftpI"r.
bargaining system the ultimate decision J. AdnaticoKdward charges werr' dropped again. codrfrndant Insects such as Iornwir. .nts. fruit
comes right back to the school board. Pro- Robert Iliretnn. worms aphids Minkbui: lisgr| .rs.
More money wont lessen the need for the hibited by law from striking, teachers are now The argument failed la stir lhejudge > and cutworms can IN timt rolled with
who announced that com tried a general insert. .."- u > >.lie(|
school system lo evaluate itself to look within doubly thwarted with an ineffectual bargaining : Road Traffic lithe purpose | |
and then move to strengthen itself. A look to has turned teachersinto Should t'.nlienI'IId... murderer Kenneth Griffin *t 4iM die al icily intervals. The spniV or iluslNh
The
system. system for killing convenience ,.l..re clerk ..uJ.l certain cither Malathnui or
the past to see' where values were placed clock watchers who resent staying for a Glen Ca\i-ll !.und|>rrn. 2u. and Keith dial"""n. plus' Sevin. Apply. the insre
wouldn't, hurt one bit. Our present school faculty meeting uness its called for in the con- Dear I have Editor noticed: for the last few Kirthainr.: IS. during a robbery nf the ticiik<< alter a rain or oxerlx-ad' irnINher -

system would, do well to keep In mind the tract. weekends the traffic light. located on Zippy Mart at IT.S. sot and SKIS the gall....
adage of a former school superintendent Andrew L'S-301 at Edwards Road has been set morning of Sept. II. I9T3.AsstManl questions incluikg.irtlen
Slate .\lI'1I'JIC"Knmt1h In the tisadtisabtetothoroughly
Gnffts of the 1930's! of "A little virtue anda Nothing hurts a school more than a new to blink on red and >elow-! the yellowfor tlrhrrf. who pnN"l'UIt'CJ'ItIP caws imK-'iti'Hi irrigating. it1thesoil uarrh-n.

lot of gallberry" principal who has to learn the job and has to the traffic on 301 and the red for refuted the defense attorneys statement lent u week unless sulficienl rainfalls
traffic on Edwards Road.
gain the trust of his teachers a process which This is a dangerous situation in my thai a lack of evidence in the rather than to apply sex e.-r..1 I
Things are turned around noThe teacher can take several years. An administrator who opinion for people trying to get onto case freed] III,.". ..,. lletert said the light spnnklines A growing" garden
: is the onJoOne' responsible for the education of is doing a good job and in whom teachers have 301 from the Bradford Square shopping facts presented in coot clearly implicalrd will require I inch ol water' |x-r week
Griffin the and when the large
as trigger( nun in plants are as
; our children today. To a large extent that confidence in contrast, is a steadying force. centerIf and the killing He said the slate decnled much as 2 inches may be refiuired.Flacv .

? responsibility been abrogated by parents. Shuffling principals around as has been hap- by the getting reason a is start to try from l'SI'1 COIboCn'egas and evidence; again! Iliibwm was not a* shallow cans in your garden to

pening here, and as Supt. Tom Casey is again SR-l0u by not having to slop and start substantial and would nnl he conclusive determine hot much water" is being
; Too. the court system of today is another proposing hurts the stability of the system.A again. why is the light at L"S-J and enough: lo persuade a jury to applied.
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should
contict himIhnon Water he i
i reason for the weaskness of discipline in the Washington Street and US-ail: and never applied at
left from red to was charged along with rate faster than it can he absorbed by
Pratt Street to change
: school system. Students beingdisciplined" great need exists for curriculum planning. when,they hate no schiioron' Griffin m September 1KB. the soil If the sprinkler' applies link.
in the courts today are back in school the next A teacher needs to know what to teach in a green Saturday and Sunday? much""water it only runs-off and is bra

day. particular course. A new administrator has .. Thank \ou. ing wasted. .
Local T.U Writer A\'Uldntremes in,...ler.IJdlt.lrc-
Leslie Phillips
been added for next term to monitor some inefficient and
Some sign of strengthening of the local courses ruled ineligible for full state funding ti Lawley.Fla.Serrir quent produce waterings shallow- are root systems. Kxcessne -

school system can be seen such as the fourth after they didn't meet State Department of Win Reporting Award irrigiition which keeps! the

unit of English to be required at the high Education standards because of a lack of riot zone saturated with water is also
school nextt"3I' The assessment test for equipment or because the skill level being Kenneth. Cruicfcshank has become a harmful to the plants. Hoots need air
sec.n -tune winner in 1M'ates to function and too much water killsor
which credit goes to the Florida Legislature taught was too low. awards for outstanding reporting on greatly decreases: root growth.
: not the school system, has been the biggest j, *? A cadantyApplication heart and Mood vessel disease. Time lo water is also important.

factor in returning schools to some standard of Education already eats up the biggest pore Crwckshank. a reporter for the During dry periods, it may be
instruction. tion of the state tax dollar. More money is not Available Florida Tunes Union was cued this necessary U>water during the heat of
year for a three-part entitled
series the will
day."aler cool the and
>> grass
If the answer" to the major problems of the schoolsystem -Tale of Two Hearts." published in prevent damage. However" when
While there is some progress from our permissive rather the solutions need to come Applications for the three military February alerting the public' to daytime watering hi not possible.
school system of the past 20 years. theturnaround from within what has become a problem-laden service academies are now available choices available in valve replacement water whenever convenient.. Lateafternoon
.,.. the district office of Congressman and other heart
from
: is coming all too slow. educational system. ': open surgerysituations. or early morning watering
.' Don Fuqua. Fnqua said which keeps the plants wet for many
i that young men and women desiringto hours longer than normal can bedetrimentalExtended
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attend West" PoinLo\Jtnapobaortbe -
wet periods en-
_f Air Force Academy for the class thatenters courage plant diseases. So water ear-
,, : \.SR'. & .a"DFORD in 1980 should, also register for n enough in the afternoon so that the
., I i' .. NE .. cotkrC the June/Oct/X ACT or :May- plants will dry out several hours
J. f : Jf..r June/Oct/Nov SAT. before nightfall or late enough in the
: : "I hare been extremely pleased : morning so that the plants have had
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: :eXJr t' with the caliber of the young men and -o.o--:> "' time m dry before being irrigated.
women who have applied ta pwM -/ I also get calls on herbicides for the
0 for these nomination." Fuqua A floss mountain nUKXIM -
G'FERGUSOH"OitNM. years > garden but I usually suggest cultivation.
> BOB MILLER J F said. The importance of academy the had of the deed, in The primary purpose of cultivation

J:,,,' SINce 1119 110M !'hllHJlns! 'appointments is especially great Holt ,manYf the folk taMs of is to control weeds.. Weeds are
j thai volunteer military service: bas ***tra and central Europe, easy to control when' they are small.
:, ; PvMisMd Nell Tfcursday..tf entered at soc-.I pus Mmw at MM.PM Office at fuse. Pte.....Act! ': ;:replaced the draft. thBrith Isle and Scaadiaaria. Shallow cultivation and hoeing ts advised
i' March X 11171., .i :..t.'J .. -' potential applicants should contact Id Mill other folk talcs. in order to reduce damage to
;I I s.buriotl.nrrnlntrbNar.a:S9rV'I.5sa.MMIIIL.: .. 4 f': ta the 'Congressman's office at 314 the,, glass mountain ttt the the, crop root system No one

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'''''; :./; I.. petition at the Florida State rWiH" Cindy DeWltt-Flrat for Spider Plant for Devil ::1tlr1'
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Diane Wescott. vo-ttt nor. > foV Slaghorn'Fern. Cherie. Purlieu-Second for I.
,_, ticulture Instructor, said all the Plant.
school's entries won first or second Shirley DeWltt-Fint places for Ball Ana Steel-Second for Spider Plant, ''I
'f places in the fair Cactus, Fish Hook Cactus Noto Cac- and Ponytail Palm.
4; .& : "The Judges demand excellence In tus and Dteffenbachla. Second Place Leamon Waters-Second for Snake !
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-aT .. their selections," the said. The vo- for another Dieffenbachla Plant. iJoyce I
TEi4 'S' tech display received a special award Wlnated-FInt for African l
of merit and Best of Show Youth:, 'V ,, Mike Muse-Firsl for Milk Plant.; Violet and Second for Philodendron. I
j Susan Wager-Second for Hiworthla. Mrs. Winsted also participated In the
Winners Included: Jessie Miller-First and Second for Gainesville Westside Women's I
Gladyce ColllnFlr on Drunkards Colens. Garden Club show during the Easter
Delight Cactus. Mike Howard-Second for Ivy Holidays. She received five first place ,I
}; I r Eileen Mamie-First on Jade Plant. Geranium. awards and three second places. i

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1 : rot Gardening students at the Marigold are grown between the are used for Insect and nematode con "\
: c Bradford-Union VoTech in Starke are tomatoes to control Insects and trol. Plants are being grown in beds !
to not in the Junk business even though a nematodes. lie expects to get 200 four feet wide to Increase growingarea "I
variety of old bathtubs, tires, fence pounds of tomatoes from the five and eliminate rows. Cantalope <,
e wire and washtubs sit around their plants.Leamon. and squash were planted from sets. j II
work area. Waters has caged his New varieties of All American ,j t
tomatoes. He is using rolled fence to Selections being grown include: i q
Instructor Diane Wescott says the support his crop and avoid staking. Liberty Cucumber, Saladin I
students are trying innovations in Gene Rising and Mike Muse have Cucumber, Freezonian W.R. Pea, 1
gardening small spaces for maximum planted No.10 cans for their pepper Sugar Snap Pea (teat pod and peal,*
1 yields. and tomato crop. They are using Dutch Treat Pepper, Sweet Mama: I
powdered milk to feed the crop. The Squash, Waltham Butternut Squash, \
The projects include growing cans have holes punched in the bottom and Floramerlca Tomato. '
tomatoes around a wire hoop filled and are filled with water and Other vegetables Include: Yellow 'I
e with manure and planting potatoes In nutrients weekly. Belle Pepper, Yellow Tomatoes, I
asII tires. The students supply the Joanie Miller, Cindy DeWitt and Ed Giant Radishes, Spaghetti Squash,
s \ nutrients needed In the containers to Morgan have planted Pole Beans In a and Yellow Baby Watermelons. (
get Rood yields. bathtub and In tires they planted But. Mrs. Wescott also mentioned that; .
t ternut Squash and potatoes. the three-year-old Anna and Eln: I
Sh c says the daily tabulations of Susan wager has been feeding her Shlmer Apple Trees are heavy ,with
production yields and progress of egg plants manure tea (IIqulfied cow fruit. i
Lawtey Plant Entry Takes Best of State FairA growth provide excellent experienceplus manure) using planted No. 10 cans. She encourages visits to the VoTech I
: on the job training. She listed Students use newspapers and center near Orange Street to see the < f
several projects presently under way leaves to control weeds. Marigolds experimental projects of the students. ; i
by the students
huge purple ribbon on the rabbit foot fern hanging among these pictured
l.awtey Correctional Institution entries at the State Fair at Tampa Instructor Eileen Massie ce Collinsare Announcing Practice In 1 f
Janet Iteaddy left!* tells David NewRom, vocational coordinator and Cathy: growing White Cascade Petunias I
Sapp, Superintendent James Walnwright's secretary about the II first place and Flowering Tobacco, an all General Medicine n
awards and 12: nfcomls won by the inmate entries. This was the first time Inmates .' American wash tub.
selection, in a
from the iJiwtry prison entered the state competition. Shirley Riley Is using her tier to Manuel Maralit, M.D.

show how many different vegetablesand In Or. Jorge Salazar's Former Office On '
flowers can be grown in less than r
1 mIJ y? three square feet. She is using 51 Nightingale Across From Bank. j'
t plants composed of Patio Tomato, I
I ThIn Double Petunias Ageratum and Office Hours
Queen Sophia Marigold. Queen
1836 there was a surplus Sophia is an all American selection.Bill Mon. Fri. 9 AM 5 PM ''i'; '
in the United State Treasury Dungan has a Japanese Tomato
of over $28 million! Ring using five tomatoes planted 473.4712 J.
around a ring of cow manure.

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i 1:1.:0-; : siiuiiMi students Marcia ioodge and Irene Walnwright won top awards ,-:;::::::: .I I/o'/ :" ;lll \1.\ wall'

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M.ircia won the top award Sobresaliente, for her declamation 'El Gaucho '. j. I' : '1, (1' 1'' ..."" .
M.uiin "".rro.' by Jose Hernandez, and Irene took a superior award for her .,' ..11'r2.itt : "' '. ; .
lift illation '..::1 Alma del Payador,' by Rafael Obligado. .' "''''' .h,., : 'I >01
.Murria and Irene joined fellow BITS students Jeri Anne Allen. Brenda Dor- :':)Ii''j., ''. $, i
niiiiev, Tina Best, Alesla Sheffield and iponsor Jo Anna Mailman and 1.000 ;',< .2/ :. :' :: ;t.,. :I
otherSpanish* students from across the state at the weekend conference. The PAID ON 6 MONTH CERTIFICATES .,% ); ;'Y." \" .tMin. t.
conference Is sponsored by the American Association of the Teachers of Certificate Issued .. "r:I.tl: {:; .t ,... ::1
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need to do something about thisbefore because they've got to come straight I ,'< .
can't fall" said Councilman (,. and then watch
the summer-time this year down they \0i.. .
Jirook'vr Town Councilman Gene Nipper. ,')' .
Melvin called for an organized town : "garden"
4-lt'un-up system al Brooker's Tues .A $54.97& bill sent to Brooker by .' 4\ ;, your grow
fli\y\ April 17. Town Council meeting. Bradford County for replacement of I.':; f''
"The state came in here and really the elementary school crossing light 4i'':'
did a heck of a good job cleaning up.:. drew the ire of the council. l'i. ..'
we need to keep it like that" !Melvin ,
said. 1 Ill' and the other members of the "Mr.: Shutord (Dave: County toad r I I.

.hoard hashed out ideas on how to get Department head said there wouldbe PAID ONu
the town's grass-cutting and cleaning no money involved when he came 4';. ; ,
chores done with the favored system here before:' recalled Councilman : .\ ) 3 MONTH CERTIFICATES E
being to contract with one tractor- Adams. The board directed Clerk Linda
Robinson to contact Shuford before .' '] .
mower operator to do all of Brooker's ;; "
. bigger cleaning jobs with local paying the. bill from Brooker funds. ,11',; t '1 :;

youngsters) being hired to do smaller C.J. Stalnaker added that the school .., .. .,} '. / .I. 1"1\ ..
summer work. board might foot the bill for the cross ..
The board was to have town attorney ing light. "'' I' GPAID r;,
Jesse Wolbert check into the ON I
legal ramifications of having youths .Volunteer Fire Chief George 12 MONTH CERTIFICATES
work in case of in Pierce told the board Brooker neededa >
on city properly r
jury. purchasing system to make out-of- 5 %
t In other action at the monthly board town mail order. or telephone buys r ;
meeting: but the board decided against any action (
at the present time.
PAID ON
The problem of shoddy roads in ,',j .
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"Right now somebody PASSBOOK
Brooker were discussed again. Coun- I .Ii If. ''/Ii.'.. .' .
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county the road county crews.road They department decided to A purchase list totaling an WthdrawiffBefbre Draws Regular Passbook- Rate Less 00 Interest.. i,'.\' *"' J-. ;. .
call and if that turned Into a dead estimated S398 for the fire depart- <., ", Money Maturity Days -
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of road
end to begin some sort project the board with bills for $504 worth of ; .
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to"A renovate lot of people the town have I roadway been patientbut : the list items also signed by the coun ti. ; __. .. toapr Hoo.;,,"- ..,,.-DJUVE> .I$.. HYRB ':('J,l V

we've just got to do something cll. Included"on element 'for the mobile list were radios two, t { C & Mon. Tues. Thurs. 9 A.M. :2 P.M. Mon. Tues. Wed Thurs::: ,
noted Mayor Blake crystal Wed 9 A.M. To 12 Noon I '
pretty soon the repair of a generator.engine a IL 7 A.M. To 3:30: P.M.
Hamilton. will be discussed hose bed larp.and a grease gun setup ,r .-. v <, ) :1 2 VrWa l.; 9 A.M.-2 P.M. 4 P.M. To ft'P.M. Friday 7 A.M. To e P.M.
The l road situation 'j"' T .
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tat the upcoming special meeting If no for the fire atat o!)'. : %' r >X ., : ,. ._. Saturday-9: -12 A.M. 4 i
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solution Is found with the county, The board unanimously voted to, '. ". "B F S.''r '' STATE BANK ."
board members said. require Ken Young pay his past-due' ; .. ; ,; 9'M.MNITY ; I
clean-up '1 ; ., -> .
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It's ama/lnK-trees. treesI'wixwlwiv On the other aide of the coin Is the brought the Scots picked up the weekend excursion to London. where
vow look:' Lance CorIMII.I Florida :National Guard unit that has Florida Guardsmen at Eglin Air quarters have been made available at
\| t..irrMvleml exclaimed gone to South Wales to train for two Force Base where they began a long the Union Jack Military Hotel. A guided S
Mrloiicf Is ont of the Scottish troops weeks They are Company C. 3rd Battalion journey that will end in Sennybridge, tour will include a visit to the uv
(nun (the 3rd Battalion of the 51st 124th Infantry. based in South Wales. changing of the guard from insIde the
Highland Volunteers training ala Apalachicola and Chlpley While training in South Wales the gates of Buckingham Palace a sight
sup Ulandmg The Royal Air Force plane that Guardsmen will be entertained in a few.Londoners have eycc itJ1P.Mli
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Duroom and Campbeltown. Other
units are In Grangemouth and In Wick J t ,
with outstatlons in Thurso and Brora. s x J
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Jacksonville Sunday afternoon They t kdaM7
were picked up by Army National ,
Guard helicopter and shuttled to ,
Camp Blanding immediately after

Uncling They will spend two weeks training w y __L _. L-_ _

at Camp Blanding. w
The Scottish troops spent Monday u L FIRING PATTERNSgt
being Introduced to the weapons and

equipment training they will be using in their Gllb' rl Da>' shows p,. -J(>) ephMcSherr> and Ian Emmerson how t.adjust .
Tuesday really into what uV the firing pattern of the :M-U rifle.SCORING.
they got i.: ,
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range .
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ease with which the !M-16 can be taken
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an opportunity to visit the local towns _
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especially Starke and Gainesville. YOU CAN HUFF AND YOU CAN PUFF...
They have remarked how friendly the _
local people have been. CAMP BLANDINGWhile the big bad wolf in the fairy headquarters of the 53rd Brigade will be staying In the
Pvt Dona I Bain commented that tale could huff and puff and blow the house down, the men shelter. While supporting the 53rd the engineers will be \
visiting the United States was a once- in the 153rd Engineer Company from Lake City build undertaking other assignments to help further their train.
m-a-lifetime things to withstand anything ing
"This area opportunity.is vastly different than During their Florida National Guard training, the Maybe if the three little pigs had the 153rd Engineer
what I had envisioned that it would engineers are building an artillery shelter for the officersin Company working for them, they wouldn't have had the
be." he said. "I pictured a large the 53rd Infantry Brigade During mock attacks, the trouble they did with their houses.
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Their sergeant major carries what it -
called a pace stick. This is used to Maurice Edwards Jr., a Brad- Ing onto Orange from Pratt Mreet.
make sure the troops take the same ford County dairyman, landed in jail Damage estimate to the yard totaled t
site steps while marching. Many of Wednesday night (April 18) after be- $350 and $100 to the truck.
the men say the stick has multiple ing Involved In a one-vehicle accidentand Police said Edwards refused to take
purposes: to urge a man to a faster refusing to take a test to deter the Breathalyzer test, the test used to
pace, or to get him back Into line mine intoxication. measure the amount of alcohol in the
quicklyThe Edwards was not injured in the accident person's system, and was therefore
Florida National Guard has ar / and posted $318 bond for his charged with driving while Intox-
ranged for the Highlanders to enjoy release. icated.In $ i
some sightseeing this weekend. The; another egal action Circuit
will leave Saturday morning for cen Starke policeman George Court Judge 0 ee Fagan had fined
tnil Florida where they will visit Set Tomasovitch's! report of the accident Edwards $1,000 the Monday prior to 1 +
World. Disney World, Capt IndIcated the pickup truck driven by the DWI char e for his part in a
Canaveral and the famous Florida Edwards crashed through a chain- dispute with his son's former wife f'.N _
beach resorts. They will spend the link fence and uprooted shrubs in Edwards had ,pleaded guilty to a
night at the Orlando Naval Base and.. Mrs. Louise Ward's yard on North charge of req less display of a
alter touring Disney World on Sunday Orange Street. Edwards apparentlylost firearm durin the incident on his
will return to Camp Blanding form control of th. vehicle after turn- farm west of Starke. '
their second week of training. 'F

3 Volunteers The make-up is as varied of the as a Highland National Retire Al Crbsby.'i0April79( ." 5 Sentenced in-Circuit ourt

iuard unit in the States. They are all .
reservists with civilian jobs. Many After 30 yearn as full time lechni- Circuit Court Judge Os Fagan ,VV! Term{Lee Baker' ,?,20f: pleaded no
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n work in manufacturing, construction) dian..with the Starke National Guard sentenced five then Bradford who appeared .,Cntesb) poues ion of mot%tnt '.r'
and education. before him April 15 In County five grams of'marijuana, with
unit, AI Crosby will retire on April 30.
One of the major industries in their "I have seen the Starke unit grow ;serve?'"wio seJU:tend received three years probation TARGETSSP
Jerry L. Hollifleld, 26, will
particular region is Scotch distilling from 11 members when organized on with theiprovision that he live
This is the area most of the Scotch Nov. 19, 1946, after World War II, to a days in county jail and nine months with relatives in Palm Beach County -4 Larry Boynton shows Scottish Pvt. William Stewart how to score targetsfor
J whiskey in the world comes from. strength of 253 m mbers." probation for resisting arrest without and stay out of this area. the M-16 rifle.Publiclnvited.
The civilian salary range of a few Crosby says the unit has also violence against Deputy Paul Stegall.
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William Paul Reames Jr. 41 will
interviewed is 6,000 to 12.000 pounds become better trained over the years ,
which equals $12,000 to J20.00C to prepare the men to be combat serve one year of) probation after .
dollars ready In the event of an emergency.He pleading guilty to battery of his ex- to Friday Review
) !Most\ own small four cylinder says every "great national wife. Oterhou ReunionA
automobiles, they say because tht guard unit" must have people work- Joseph DeSue 21 got five years
gasoline price is $2 per gallon The ing as a team and the Starke unit has probation after pleading guilty to bat reunion of|the men who served CAMP BLANDING- 53rd Infantry Brigade, commanded by Brig. Gen.
cost of food varies greatly in Scotlanddue always had that. lie gave special tery! of Starke policeman Alan Bax- aboard the USS Osterhaus, D.E 164, Jean Beem, is scheduled to host Florida Gov. Bob Graham during the brigade'sannual
to transportation cost. Most of the thanks to the outstanding company ter.William during World War II is set October 7 training mid-camp review exercises here Friday April 27.
Si's troops are from the highlands. commanders and co-workers for their L. Harris, 31.followed will serve six at Jennings, Lousiana. The parade is planned for 3 p.m. and will feature a unit of Scottish reservists
This means that all of the Consumer\ hetp, tolerance and loyalty. months In county jail by 30 186 men have been located but there training at Camp Blanding during their two weeks of active duty.
goods must be trucked to their area. Crosby has served as a member of months probation after pleading guilty are five men thought to be in this area The ceremonies are open to the public.
Many indicated that it was becoming the Starke Zoning Board since 1973. to resisting arrest with violence) who have not been located. They are The Scots, dressed In kilts, wil be led by their bagpipers.
common to have both the man and He was Supervisor of Elections In when approached by Starke police Robert H. Moody, William R. Saville, Gov. Graham will present the Eisenhower Trophy, given anually to the best
wife work. t. Scottie Rhoden and PatrolmanDL company-sized unit in the state.
Bradford County from 1948-52 James H. McClellan, Alvin Nichols,
Ennis. and Robert Fucile. Maj. Gen. Kennedy C. Bullard adjutant general of the Florida National
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u'I', \!,., ,: ,r'r: r "1'r,"" :: hsemen Is asked to write to Raymond supply and maintenance, for the year.
.;.;,.(, ; 'f 'j Farris, 9021 Ohio Place, Gen. Beem will present the Remington Trophy for indoor rifle competition in
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219/8384752. Individual awards will be given to Guardsmen for outstanding service to the
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u' 1Y A proposed ihfft of f. 1'I Principal:. Charles Francis' ptlice at the previous count.the school now has classrooms next yeah. three if Ih"ll \
from Brooker and the _'ue to times Brooktr has 104 students, up classes on the stage, and In t the eighth. grade i In moved there MM planned :
!. crowded conditions 1 20 over last year. cafeteria says Principal Charles The Il.'hool111 gel an eight :
f schools back to twoRI "With anymore growth its just going Hall classroom complex, it present plan .', ;
School in Starke Is op .. to be a crowded situation:' said If seventh and eighth grade go through but iI.* not "!expected hi' ,
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philosophy of the current Bradfordschool Francis. who expects spillover! from students at Lawtey. Hampton, or completed before hiiiluii ihi-i>uili":
board. Gainesville. Francis said even ft por- Brooker are to be offered the same the 79-80 lerm10\ 111,1/ 'the vi .:luli ,
The board tabled Supt Tom table classrooms are moved to opportunities as students In the middle graders back to Law IC'> depend IIM| ''H .
,, Casey's grade shift recommendation Brooker. there would still be a serious school means space for 8 or 12 completion of the new I &:U6..tIIII; : !
:Monday night April 18. problem with restroom facilities for week periods of industrial arts, three which the ,,,'hoolllllItd> 11 a.m .i'':
Casey's recommendation. would' older students. levels of music. and an alternate bid until fund art netimllx; in 11. .:
make Southside and Starke Elementary Law ley Elementary is experiencing school.! Hall notes. hands this July.
K-5 for the 1979-80 school year. the most rapid growth in the county The t three portable now at I t..i\\ u,\ '" ,:'
the middle school 6-8. LawUy Now up to 368 students, up 18 from Lawtey will be short at least two will still/ be needed' there if the fintiMi, .."
Elementary 1<-7. and Hampton and is moved buck even after tlum,u .';
Brooker Elementary Schools K-6. Oitf \\Ing i.i complete. Hall says, The caws 1
Iy change from the current line-up I Is Bradford Auditorium Termed wing will have four rvgubir IH' '
that Casey is recommending that classrooms. pku our smaller "nHnuo .J
seventh graders from Brooker and for special| education and reading ,,
Hampton be sent to the middle school classes. The whuol hoard has bred"< ,I
next term. ,<, Disgrace to the Community9The thinking! por'abl"clu'tlnl'tnll could he'' "
The school board trio of Arthur moved tram Lawtey, Hampton\ tl .!rid' ; .J
Gaskins; J.T. Parrish. and chairman Bradford but asked If the BUS Art Department Brooker when the l.E!: addition I Is coin- '" '
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High
Vernon Parmenter have been strong auditorium is could paint new backdrops and if the but (hut \\'1111(" be the else, :::'
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a "disgrace to the com- Hall
proponents of keeping students at the .." Vo-Tech Center classes could refinish / \>*. ; :
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outlying schools, so Casey's proposalgoes letter submitted to the school parents board the floor. She never got a promise of Ther111 ha\e lo I he rwm at':
NA rI against their preference.! : either. Lawtey for a upevial, tHftifiiiinn oUitm.. 'I' -
Monday night. April 16. f
This year only seventh graders' A group of parents met Wednesday an alternate nchtxilhvh' I I.. planned1' .,j
ruin left, ;uarU'n firiffls from Starke and Southside elementary Board member Pat Spengler morning with Principal Jim Duncan there for TU-HH.! mid the nitii-ii' ;nni an''
Teressa GrHfi t'lndIlI..rman "
I (kneeling/) and Barbi VViko. schools attend the middle school. brought up the condition of the and found the auditorium clean. They dustrlal art cla!.!"riHiinhiili must t : .;'
The school board has wanted to move auditorium to the school board, but got a price of $4.180 for a new curtain. be offered seventh and eighth grade! '"
eighth graders from outlying areas after lengthy discussion was left with Duncan said :Monday night that the students. ",
FFA Livestock Judging Team from the middle school back to their *' nothing planned beyond a cleanup auditorium was used several nights In Casey' has pointed) out tluit fiiniiinj; '. :::;
I' home schools by next year. promised by BITS Principal Jim Dun- a row and there had been no cleanup.He available for buiMing In the next low .
Wins First There are 23 seventh graders from can. There are no funds available to promised to have the auditorium years will not be sufficient to fll."11\''''.;';:"
Place at Field DayThe Hampton and 23 from Brooker which spend on a new curtain, refinishing cleaned up Wednesday)' morning additions at Brisker and Hampton. .',..!
Bradford High School would be moved back to the middle the floor of the stage or to improve when the parent group met with him. '
Chapter took top honors in Livestock FFA Cindy Alderman collected the most school next year under Casey's proposal lighting. Mrs. Spengler was told. and did. according to Mrs. Phyllis HENDRY'S UPHOLSTERY ,: '
Individual points by scoring 239 of a She knew that. Mrs. Spengler said Carver. ..
at the
Florida
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Simmental possible 250: points In the event. She Space is strained at the outlying !
Field, Day on Friday April 20. won a silver tray and a plaque for her school, the Telegraph was told HOME AUTO '
The event was held at Millercrest efforts, Wednesday morning by the principalsof 2 Robbers Arrested For Waldo RobberyTwo MARINE .. ,01.,
Farms in Kronson. BUS agriculture all three schools "
instructor Greg? Alvarez said 27 teams Other FFA members who attendedthe At Hampton Elementary there are alleged armed robbers were Waldo Police Chief Dick Moorhoussaid .INDUSTRIAL TRUCK ?::'
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participated in the five class judging Field Day were: Handy Reddish seven regular classrooms and eight arrested In Bradford County last a customer observed the robbery .t. I,
contest, Cindy Dodd Mike Williams, Esther grade levels. The HE library has Wednesday shortly after a bulletin In progress before entering the store S.R.235, : Ml, North S.R. '100 ""N II
The Bradford team won a plaquefor Pearson Nancy Bennett Randy been divided to make the eighth from Waldo described the suspects and notified police Rout I. Bon 517.. ",h
the I first place finish. The four. Luke. Drew Andrews. Frankie An. classroom Principal Connie Clark Deputy John Dempsey spotted '; :)
member team included Cindy Alderman drews. Andrew Bryant, Randy Mer Howard Berrier, 37, and Barry King. The men reported they had been lake Builar, Fl.. ,,:'j I
Marilyn Grilfis, Teressa Griffis rift Melanie Parrish and W.T. said.At Brooker, the seven regular 19. near the Food and Scat Grocery staying at the Underwood Motel In Phone 496-2083 "t I
and Bai hi Wikc Prevatt. classrooms are all in use plus what Store In Starke. Starke. i
used to be a physical education The men were charged with the The police report indicated the arrest JOHN M. HENDRY ; ::1 : i
the and ; armed robbery of the A and J Texaco came seven minutes after the all. 0."... S. ,
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storage room library evens
service station In Waldo. points bulletin aired. .
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management concept saying teach than "
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some basis is needed for decisions!) on Low enrollment of the small outly i
who wi II get what funds other than the ing schools at Brooker, Lawtey and '
present "I( want another aide because Hampton leads to deficits but that : I
he I point ing at another principal) has situation may be helped when the National Brand Sale!
one. Duncan said if each school was school board transfers seventh and :
operated on the money that school eighth graders back to their home ,
population generates, each principal areas. Hampton principal Connie

would not afford know, what he could or could Clark the money said he earned could at almost Hampton operate if the on Names you know and products you trust. Save up to 301 3 :.: :.:

Supt. Casey stressed new stale law eighth graders went to school there ** *. ,.
requiring (hat!ill) percent of the money The schools could be supplementedto
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generated by students in grades K-3 a certain extent but the ad- t A ;J TEXACO I:-, {: .'
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generated in grades 4.12 be used in deems best.Duncan r : i TEXACO :1E'o": :MEN! t i tlr
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those classrooms, as opposed to administration pointed out that a school ''I J ..1'.11If
or transportation or which earned more money than : : b I'
some other non-instructional area. others might be able to employ more fI.unLI,1' 5 94.. ., .1. 'L.: I
The state guidelines for expenditureof or specialized teachers than a "
edu'atjondollarl will have to be,?"5..;"+school, thus creating inequities poorer in the I,:''IOTOR! Hare are ,... ,fun.tylee" your.- ,.. .t-', I '- 111 "f ,..,/
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followed whether or not the school level or quality of education at dif- r lavdr (or'I.*_.. .>y group atoruahed. "O ./" I ", I nai'MI'Iht: tIt/ 4"tlafl } !' ''Ij! ;'
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board adopts (he school based ferent schools. prewaHied,. .
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reverie inching' end Iota..not1Sltflti '
more administrators to carry out the i
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It was also brought out that only 'curriculum requirements under new !irregt" I. .. :
two schools: in the county presentlypay state law. Casey said he would rather : : .
their with dollars generated add the additional administrative 35! LB. SIZE NTH DRY KINO"
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CHLORINE COSTS LESS 2-SPEEO 5(0"( FAN LOW PRICE
by students in that school- those two personnel at the Individual school HAVOLINE MOTOR OIL ) "
schools are Starke Elementary and rather than to the central county 39.88 16.88 ; ";' )' '..:.,:
Soutiibide Elementary.Bradlord staff School board members appeared 540 '"; ; ";;: MEN'S UNDERWEAR ,;..j,
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Duncan High said School., now PrincipalJim operates administrators.skeptical about hiring more 05 pool%walw granular(Man formula and mparklmg keep High wmgbl.d.05 Impact aalaly..'ilch grill. SE.ndprdong..ripm.kl..lre ...."Y duly 30wt.Clans. V1 .f. > 1., 1'51 BRIEFS 3.9 9 r,:'.:':

$2i4.tXK: ) over the amount of money its Casey pointed out that Bradford '.",.. t. wr"l 4 "II .. .. !
students earn. The pupilteacherratio schools rank lowest In the state in Wd? rQ 11 Pug oMral IM'i'f. I'uiyol' on (1''J
at BUS is 1-19.7, Business their administrator-employee ratio. ="- : / I'a / holiM "Mlh.iH.. '\MI XI 1 .h.? I
said Teachers, after the pointedout I: t
Manager Eddie Douglas meeting :: :':
low administrative salaries In Brad- I. SHIRTS 4.39 'j'
because some courses have a BIO YANK It ,
pupil enrollment. The high school ford County rank 16th in the state but f ASST. TWILL WENES4D JI",.'
may have to do without some courses Bradford teacher pay ranks 50th in r .. JEAN SHORTS CUSHION .) peg ol 3 I soon tuft cut mill ,f/'
that not enough students want to take the state. WERE 3.96 CREW SOCKS /I. '1X7' ....orban, Sun S M. .lCl t, } '
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sizeable increase in the numberof McFadden said the most noticeable : ;" ::; (f
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pus.Statistical information on the Increase In September of 1977, the report nap "lid to pr......, apilla p was presented to the Santa Fe showed a total of 186 Bradford County C'> I r V>1 1l\ .
Community College Board of students compared to 263 in .. ,. -., 1:'I. BOYS' NOVELTY SHIRTS
Trustees at the April 19 meeting in September of 1978 and 291 In Januaryof o' f *" *? ) DISC 1 .Mk&
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Starke by Dr. Bernard J. McFadden. 1979. II. V % ''f PRICE! .
The number of student hours for "' Eye-caleHWg thlrr m coot cot- I
McFadden, coodmator of the SKCU night classes Jumped more than 100 r ...1-. .yrX: t*\ Ion SolKl*. boy'M.L.Xl,
program in Starke, began his report percent over the same period. 1) $$& lA -
by thanking the Bradford County The fall quarter of 1977 enrollment yr,, MEN'S TERRY POLOS : t
School system for support. He praised totaled 105 students in six classes S DISC / \
Supt. Tom Casey and Bradford High compared to 204 students in 11 classes PRICI! 3 .96 -Ffi-ff) ,

School Principal Jim Duncan for their In the fall quarter of 1978. HUDSON PAPER TOWELS ..'.,." REYNOLDS WRAP CHARCOAL BRIQUETS ...- "',.y.r .... : I
cooperation in the program which is The winter quarter also showed an $oIIct.,8.WLJlL I I
held on the high school campus.He increase in course offerings and w45 O WAS.,. 330 WAS Ul. 111 >_ 'I''
added that the program would enrollment, McFadden said In the ... 't
182 one-pry towel* Dave Oven lercwtd, lla>iblirienaihthicket Banded hardwood botel. light I
not have been possible without the winter of 1978 seven classes held 131 thintwt tenture. Color f for hoeing, ,rootling,37"i*a.fl.riwitoniir quickly. give hone, 10 ,Ib. bog '
commitment to better service to students compared to 14 classes with J if j ; I (
Bradford County by administratorsand 273 students in the winter quarter of t
SFCC President Alan Robertson. 1979. "I )' ,

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1'1&1041'HTIL.GRAI".. Apr.:ze, IS79 ,

Final Hume (,ome i* Tonight at 7:30 ; ; > 'il\':


Kilby Clark Shine as Tornadoes\ /

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Upset Keystone 5-2 for 10th WinBradford td'+ro "w"'Y'i.



Hrgh's Tornadoes took throughout the game. Clark, eveninghis fielder David Sparks, who had him
revenge on Keystone with a 5-2 win at mound mark at 4-4 while keeping played perfectly to strand the run ntli s' T s5 '
the loser's home field Friday night. his earned run average below 200. ners. The fourth was three up-three : '
That win coupled with a 4-0 setback ct pitched a four hitter against the down with Kilby gloving a liner. The .I
St Augustine Thursday and a rain- usually heavy hitting hosts and shut Indians delivered a base hit and a Y
postponed game against Clay High the Indians out after they scratchedout walk In the fifth but Clark picked i
Tuesday left the Tornadoes with a both runs in their first up. Pridgen off first to help his cause. In
10-10 record heading into the final Walks to Mark Pridgen, Bob the sixth Clark K'd two batters and
week of the regular season Hcmme, and Chuck Dickinson, sandwiched Kilby ranged far into the hole and Mr t !
BUS hosts Gainesville Buchholz around a hit-and-run single by fired to first to rob Richard McDavidof ry', 1
tonight at 7:30: in the last home game Shawn Pritchard scored KH's first a hit. In the top of the seventh BUS ,
of the season for the team and final run with Pritchard scoring the second upped the lead as Clark walked with -i+yi
home appearance for seniors Jeffery tally on a ground out. BUS got out of two outs and Norman double to the 1 ...And accepts congratulation
Norman, Dinky Kilby Keith Nor- the jam when Clark fanned fence to plate him. Northrup, another r" from Doug lleddlsh, left, and !i1ike'
thrup, Kevin Tillman, and Doug Ued- designated hitter Mark Graziano and legion regular, singled Norman home Williams after a home run trot .
dIsh. Friday night BUS goes to Lake catcher Keith Northrup gunned a but was thrown out rounding first to .., '
Butler for a 7:30: p.m season finale strike to third baseman Jeffery Nor end the at bat. '
The District Tournament is set for man to double a sleeping Hemme off In the bottom of the last Clark t .
Thursday and Friday. May 34. with third base. retired the first two batters easily '" way.
Palatka. Clay and St Augustine join In the third frame BUS scored its before hitting Pridgen with a pitch. ,-,' ''.:!" '" 'J }:I.ldf} I.fI.. .; The hosts scored in the first Inrtlrlg)\
ing Bradford in the tourney to be first runs off Keystone after nine consecutive Pritchard reached on an error and .I : off loser Scott Allen, now 6-3, as-the\
played at Palatka home diamondKIIS.SKII2 zero innings David Sparks Hemme walked to load the bases! and ... leadoff batter tripled and was singled
walked with one out and quick as you put the tieing runner on with Chuck d ,1 ntjf' in. Allen then pitched three scoreless
could say "it's out'a here! Kilby Dickinson, KH's hottest stick of late I. frames before the 'Jackets upped th$
BUS stung Keystone Heights 5-2 pumped a fastball over the 310 due up. BUS coach Mike Hartley !' : lead by scoring a run on two hits and a
Saturday night at KH's Joel Bryan marker in left to tie the count The strolled to the mound, telling Clark JI.\C'\ wild pitch in the fifth, and two rutfafofc! $
for all the Tornadoes Tornadoes then took the lead over the (and the BUS Infield "If he ', :
Field-it was a big win ) hits it out two walks, a wild pitch, and a two-out
becau.se KM had ripped BUSH stunned hosts (who lost for only the he did a good job, you can't worry .... .. '.,.-J single in the sixth. Allen allowed';jti-5
)the weekend before SUrke but itwas eighth time in 27 outings) as Bill about that... you just have to go after '. '- six hits in the loss .9INIIIII000
especially sweet! for the I two Tor- Goodge reached on an error and was him." Dinky Kilby beat a pickoff throw back to first.... .
nado stars of the game sacrificed to second by Clark,Jeffery Clark worked the count to 1.2 before ItA I 0 0 0 11.'--.4 t .L"1 f
Senior shortstop Dinky Kilby Norman walked (the .488 hitter saw fooling the big Indians first basemanto W.0.", ,-"".,((4.9)).
played with most of the Keystone very few good pitches Saturday), and get an easy one hop bounce-back to A...
players on KM's American Legion Keith Northrup sliced a single end the game (SA4-B1ISO and Randy Parado managed base hits
Pos :202! diamond team last summerland through the hole between shortstopand St. Augustine pitcher Randy Day against the SA moundsman and only :: J I
will this years> while sophomore third to score Goodge Scott Allen .NIOOI 0 0 0171 beat the Tornadoes for the second one Bradford runner got to third base.
Kenny Clark hopes to join the KH)! delivered a base hit to the same hole KMU 0 0.0 OI..... I Jw.el..k time this year, firing a three-hitter in In the second inning Kilby stroked his Some believe the appearance -
roster next summer Saturday night after Northrup but this time KH's left- H_.Kilby((4-4)) 1 N.plund II(1-4)( Ntrmift), the Yellow Jacket's 4-0 win Thursday single,stole second and third, but was of a number of mice...J
Kilby and Clark had a night that gave fielder Pritchard threw Norman out Only Dinky Kilby, Doug Reddish, left on base with the score 1-0) SA's presages war.
the Tornado senior bragging rights at home
over his summer tea mates and gave A double play started by Kilby gave
Clark a boost in his hopes to play Clark a three up-three down second
Legion ball. inning and with a lead in the third the
Kilby powdered a two-run homer in Tornado soph toughened as the game OF
the second inning to bring BUS back wore on KII loaded the bags in the OUR
into a 2.2 tie. added two more hits for third on Pritchard's infield ,chop I
good measure, and played far single, a base hit by Hemme, and a
ranging and flawless defense walk, but Graziano lined out to center



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,. -,Girl Leggers Dumped- by.. Jasper... In Palatka. :" Districts Today w. 11111 BHS'Last

r'a Lady Wlldeab., the in the aao "said die flr. ...- Marian whose 33'6" shot
vI Lynn Loper was second in think we can be happy. Putnam
.. .... to will Uw state claw aA the mile More put and school Home
and Judy Hankerson was year Lady Tornado mentor. *rportent record discus toes of PHOc Game: '
iN C1t and field tide I "Pitied BW nmnerup In the 330 low hurdles for than the team standing*at to 110' both top the list of district en Buddy .
:t.1f1 Tornadoes in both teams last Bradford. Antoinette Bright was third day's district meet will be indlvtttwl trants. Seven other district: opponents '1
regular) season meet of the season In UM lie low hurdle, the 330 yard performances because only tbe' top have thrown the shot over 30 feet so
r Lady at BHS. hurdles and the long Jump. four finishers in each event advanceon competition will be stiff for Marian, a Colling. Nfl Tonight
Tornado freshman Louette to the regional meet to be held next junior.
Smith had a big day even with the loss t.. _,..._?. ..... _........ weekend at Palatka>> The top four performers
as she snapped the school record for .->. MM. IM*. MU...ili. Jin,n fV3. the regional is The mile .1,
of
at team
...... I. .m o..s.i Mr.m Mll.ws.I. ,. in each event medley relay
the girls 440 with a 62.8 second winoneTenth -- MN. ....... I.p.r.. MIS. ..ft i Pi 0. w/. AM. (Which include North Florida 3A Judy Hankerson, Kitty Leasure. EditorIf
of a second below the old 1 I.aM.11.1.. II* tov --....... J. schools out to the Panhandle) then Louette Smith and Cindy Griffith Telegraph Sports -
school mark. Other winners *.',...I ........ ... ,
for
BHS ) SIN It NH*tumlwkw. J rri whose 4:28 best ,
field also
to the state championships.Top tops a that "T' 1 I J U I .
Friday were Cindy Griffith with -.....SNS.IV. DI.... -... ...,.j. |.r.-,_. move on Includes J J I r 111 111.1 I U I 1 '
a MIS. S.'r. .... r..,..._. _. "2'. w. qualifying hopefuls for BHS a fast Bishop Kenny quartet '
5:40.3: time in the mile run (six ...... s.Mn 4T/. ...-1:10..1. : ....,. .....$ are: (4:35.2): you haven't seen a home baseball game at Bradford High School tonight's
second better than her time from the $INIAS..I/i .NM_,...._iii,Sdtll'.SM..I. Theresaa Woody whose 5'0" high your last chance The Tornadoes host Gainesville Buchholz at 7:30 p.m. at the
week before); the mile medley relay ... IN/wMh. (HI. .... (.w.. ...... ....rqh.. I) Jump of last week makes her the co- BUS diamond. \ I
team of Judy Hankerson, Kitty IMMHV.MM.MS..1..NT Nyw 11.5.District favorite along with Swilley of BUS officials are hoping for a big turnout for the home windup for five seniors- I, i
Leasure, Louette Smith, and Cindy Today Palatka, who has cleared the same Dinky Kllby. Keith Northrup, Kevin Tillman Jeffery Norman, and Doug 'r '
Griffith who won with a 4:37: clockIng BUS will be running in the district height RedcUsh-and the home diamond wrap-up of one of the best baseball seasons in -
; Valery Chandler in the 880 at championships with seven other BUS history. This year's edition of BUS baseball has won 11 games while losing
=:40.5; Marian Putnam in the shot schools-Bishop Kenny,St. Augustine Smith m the open 440 where her 10 with tonight's' game, a road game at Lake Butler Friday night (at 7:30) and :!( I
:put, 332.5; and Pam Pratt In the Palatka Baker Co., Bolles, Fernan- school record 62.8 ranks behind .the district tournament left to play. The Tornado nine of 1973 carded a 10.10 won- ;
2-mile. 18:09. dina, and Clay-at Palatkx today starting Square (61.3)) and Coleman ((61.3)of lost mark. No BHS baseball team has won more than It lost since then and old- i
Theressa Woody high jumped a personal at 3 Lady Tornado Coach Bishop Kenny. Leasure (640) and timers I've talked to can't remember a Bradford team coming close to a winning
best of 5-feet even but was Grover Howard p.m. figures his shorthanded Kim Slocum (67.0) are also scheduled season before that..... !
beaten by Pam Tucker of Jasper, who girls team should come In in to run the quarter mile for BHS. ..WhIle on prep baseball have to applaud Keystone Heights'Joel Bryan Field \ I,
jumped the same height and won on the middle of the pack today. Griffith In the mile where her as maybe the nicest high school facility I've ever seen. They advertise their new ,; I
fewer misses. Putnam took second in "If we can finish fourth, behind 5:40.5 best since overcoming illness lighting system as"bright as day".That Just about right. On the other hand opposing
,the discus, Lori Chappel was second Kenny, St. Augustine, and Palatka. ranks behind only Davis of Bishop coaches I've talked to rank Bradford's.diamond lighting especially in the I i
Kenny (5:33)Halfmller: Infield, along with the Lake Butler and Santa Fe fields as the wont in the area. '
Valery Chandler, who !
with a 2:40: best is a contender along A BIG Fish. '
PUBLIC NOTICE with three Bishop Kenny girls: San- *a Hot-Shooting Grand Daughter I

Please Take Notice: The Housing Financing Authorityof difer (2:32): Butler (2:35), and Rice Wayne (Gis) Hollingsworth Jr. of Theressa hauled In a monster of a bass at
(2:40). (Orange Lake Saturday, April 21. Wife Debbie reports her 33 year old weekend f
Bradford County WII Hold A Meeting On WednesdayMay The school record-setting mile angler caught an 11 pound-4 ounce bass at the lake near Hawthorne... but didn't I
relay team of Smith, Leasure want to call his own fish story into the Telegraph...., ,
9, 1979 at 7:30: p.m. In The Commissioners RoomOf Hankerson. and Chandler, whose ..Susan Devoe 16 year old grand daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Smith Devoe of
4:19.5 time ranks ahead of St. Starke I is a hot-shot basketball player in LeavenworUi, Kansas. A S-foot-5 Junior
The Bradford County Courthouse, Starke Fla. Augustine 421.7: and the rest of the point guard, Susan led Leavenworth High School's Lady Pioneers into the Kan- \

Among Items To Be Considered Will Be EmploymentOf field but behind Bishop Kenny's MS state tournament, averaging near double figures In points, steals, and "
4:11.2,the second fastest 3A girls mile assists. She's the daughter of Mator Smith and Mary Jane Devoe.Pop I is stationed -
A Bond Underwriter Signed: George W. Roberts Jr. relay time In Florida. at Ft. LeavenworUi where he a Deputy Warden at the fort's army prison. r
Hankerson In both the 330 hurdles
Chairman Housing Finance Authorityof BUS sophomore Louette Smith set a and the long Jump where she ranks Spare Parts I
Bradford County new school record with a 2.8 second: about sixth or seventh coming in with About 60 varsity and Junior varsity football" hopefuls (minus baseball players 1
440 yard dash against Jasper Friday. her bests of 52.0 and 14'11". and tracksters)opened spring football practice Monday with workouts tentatively 1
I set for Monday s.Wednesday's, and Friday's.The ninth grade squad will workout
on Tuesday and Thursday..... Bishop Kenny's "'11" keg of basketball 1
dynamite Maurice Rhoulhac signed with Jacksonville University the other day. '
The Dolphins had already Inked Hawthorne's Dolan Douglas another 5'9" er.
You don t often see guards of such unimpressive stature on major college teams
nowadays..... The morning mail tells me Little League baseball's annual
EVERYDAY LOW PRICES Southern Basebal Camp is scheduled for June and July with three different.....
done for players aged 915. For Information call 813944-2661..... The state class 3A
Track and Field Championships on Friday May 11, the same day as Brad-
ford High's prom. Ouch! .... Florida A & M's new $400,000 track and field complex
was built with the Infield grass three-quarters of an inch lower than the surrounding
synthetic running surface. Result: it becomes a MOO.OOCipond after a
t 1 \\0\\5. son I {lam hard rain. -* !I- -Q r 1 III.I .... Reggie Jackson calls Yankee owner George Stein-
1 brenner"the big kid with the boats." (Steinbrenner is a boat manufacturer).
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,1ft...MID MUCH oooo THOU*..........M.THOU Bradford High's boys (track team. meet favorite but co! have some
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wio MA .i r auunirv AIONtI.IN.viDIle last before
hosted Jasper in its tuneup individual hopefuls. The meet kicksoff
today's (Thursday April 28) district '
this afternoon at 3
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III I III It I na and loserto
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championships came a
1785 In the 880 yard run Tornadc
Sliced Beef Liver
the tough Wildcats Friday,April 20. Richard Smith's best clocking 01
IM m .II..U MM MM raw Rus Jasper star Ellis Singletary, kept
f 2 3. 2:01.6: puts him In the hunt along with
Boneless Round Steak LIrn of the running events h hamstring
out by a
N B Cavan (2:00.9)), Cromer ((2:00,2), and
.ill''IUI.IIUU.' pull won both the shot and discus !
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1"UMoMAIMItt 18' Esquirdo (2:00.8): Bishop Kenny;
Boneless Beef. :: t
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Stewing II throws to lead the Hamilton County and Johnson and Evans of Palatka t
I MMf...IMIlT sMt team to a 74-57 win as both (both with 2:01.3: bests) s I
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Bnls. Cubed Chuck Steak rounded out their regular seasons and In the quarter mile BITS" Johnny i;
) f t prepped for post-season action. The Tatum has been down as low as 52' :
Bnls. Chuck Pot Roast .o 1 1ill 19' i Tornadoes bad four Individual ,winners while defending state champ Harvey
In the meet. Todd Samons polo Brown of Palatka- has 4r.8 and ,
W I mm win Iwo .. run ... ,
$111 d t Her" + vaulted lO'O" win that event 'John "-' 'I'"'' '
Fresh Pork Butts"1"1IM 'I' : yell' (re t4 to : Cromer O/TOBhcpKfintlyhiirrWt SO.: "'''Ii'
w ..*'ltl"' M*mm! ... cJp: ( OW Bennett won the mile 5:11.4; Richard Other BUS contenders for top four
Western Spare RIbs.. $131 V' p Smith the 880 2:07.7; and Martin spots listed with their chief adver-
U,f w lira win IMrNOa 41100 Hersey the two mile. 11:58; to round saries, are:
Fresh Pork Steaks 115131 M.YY4 out Bradford winners. Todd Samons and Barry ThomasIn
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Ml w>am IK met $138 a. 58! $138 Barry Thomas had 'seconds In the the pole vault where their bests of
Smoked Bacon ..SSe pole vault, 330 hurdles and high 10'8" rank them about seventh on a
hurdles; Kevin Miller claimed second district list that Includes three 1
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Skillet Brand Bacon f 111" SAVE 405 SAVE 20d A LB LAVE 300 A LB place in both the high jump and 880; vaulters from Palatka and two from ,
and Johnny Badillo was second in the between and 12 feet.
11 M Ml MU>t HII Bishop Kenny 11 ]
lykes Regular Sausage 221 mile and 2-mile to score Tornado BHS' mile relay team of Tatum. l'
IM' IMtUllf' IWIIIIIMI Tatum also placed in
6atAgar points. Johnny Smith Jonathon Johnson and John
UH'im Canned Ham 3 '59'D MPa'iI B.'I Grade A Baking Hens II two events running a 52.9 440 behindJasper's Bennett, which with a 3:39.4: best
.n ..N MI.Mrr.N urn led II INtl 8Se Wft W..H.MMN PMM 211 $1'1red John Lilly and taking third ranks with BK(3:38)St.Aug.: <,:36)1and i
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Oandee Cole Slaw 98 Sliced American Singles 51 1 .Fresh Pork Sausage Fried Fish Sticks I in the long Jump. Baker (3:40): all well behinapalatka's ,
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..., IL.- ...... 513' __. t. ........ It) o,. IHI. ..... r... vwN. best of 124'1", behind Clay's Willis!
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5111 lei Cal Assorted Chipped Meats Eldorado Cooked Shrimp _. TIMMM. S11S.rI-. MlI. SMI..Il.MN 138'8"
Loaf Cheese Spread Swiss Style Yogurt 4/51/ fcll.4 MIS Mllto.tent ..... Sill. Will. J...p0.... 1.rtNS.0. 143'4"; BK's Mullaney. ; anaFernandina'
IM./NwN10. 'tMwlwfedrtlil IM m t uim IMUM 518.1 1r1 r" _.MN. .'r.otIw.... O'Leary, 121'6"The .
MRw1./wm/Ir/ Romano '1 14' Crescent Dinner Rolls 5St Skinless franks 9Se Shoulder Blade Lamb Chops II J. It'. t3S-NNL JlMl.J.l l....-.MI/. Ills mile medley team of Tatum.
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taus wa I.MI VIII snot 1261261. N _. (M*. U,.. U*|- J trrr I) Johnson Bennett and one other
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Creamed Cottage Cheese f11Florida Orange Juice Sliced Cooked Ham u MS.S.dlh. WO. !.",?> _... M*. .MI.. *M sprinter. BHS has turned the medleyIn
OtCAfl HATIII _.....{.. ..>.a.4, IHWW. *M>. U.I. _.UII,. 3:52: with other best times-Bishop
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GOLDEN BROWN e;;;J ALL sue.. _wr. MM **..itafiMnr. I.nri, fewt. IM*. Miler John Bennett whose 4:53.1
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Water's Stings Businessmen ; LWCI Gets HD.TRCK UP


First Victory In Men's Open Softball Plav "

., ... Standings after games of Tuesday,

Water's Bulldozing (gunned down to shut down the Senior Boys Monday for seven runs in the first Inning: and April 24
the Starke Businessmen in a battle for night. won by that margin Wednesday,'April U1J..Q.B!! W 0 M I: N.
first place and LWCI Jumped out of 18. W.1 --
the league cellar with a big win over Jackson Prevatt led the winners at Chub Johnson had two hits and Bus nwmee 4hMisfits IIIIpe ..'
the Rebels in Men's Open Softball teal the plate with three hits, Including a scored three times,Jerry Blalock was Y N H CJrIIM 1.1sr.aoye ,i
week. double In four at bats. Matt Hull add- three for four, and Al Chapman tripled LWCI W 8t.lEd.IIIB NR.b.ks
ed a homer in a four run first Inning to lead the 10-18 year old team to e4
LVkClU-Rrbrbl and Buddy Paterson was two for victory. Allen Akridge had three hits gtTi 9 MLMcNSCRURCIl : .....
LWCI pounded themsetvM out of three Chub Johnson doubled and In four at bats for the losers while ......
last place with an easy decision over tripled In three at bats and scored Randy Gaskins and John Otterbein W.L Dmm ...
the Rebels in a battle of previously both Sr. Boys runs. both hit safely twice in four trips. : Hope No'alde ++0 0 BBrsd.Irrn ..
winless clubs Monday Plnefwr 14Madtii.
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Ralph Wright clubbed two home MUfltt 26.Sr, Waters Businessmen 2 K...... I..J'IlfMeIII. 41.,
runs (one an inside-lhe-park job) and Boys4The Waters turned this battle for first .01 Pbllll t 11etB.p
for three Misfits pounded out a nine run place into a five inning rout la Twins '-I
three by
Leroy McCray was plating
third Inning and nine run fifth frameto Calvary H L.Rangen 1,1Indian.
with two doubles to lead the winners. 10 runners in the first inning and not Id
blow open a one run Thurs- .. '
LWCI also got two for three nights day night, April 19. game letting up-allowing the usually hard. .-....--. -"., .;: UMerchllnle
p1MJO1
J.W. hitting Starke Businessmen p1Am.ltoysWL
Howell, Wright six
from Jerome only BlaIne Dyal of the Merchants tripl- Firebird In a Dixie Boys leagueed 1-0 mane 14Civitans
base hits
W. Smith. Howell Wednesday night.
David Rogers and Loyd Gilpin was three for three to the fence as his team beat the HI Doda- s0
opener.
homered inside-the-park while Steve Cox and Tom Paladino three for Tommy Wise homered, tripled;and Olympians 1-0 L.GoIcI 41
and singled to knock in five LB Enll..... 6Meta 1.1Flreblrde
Wright had two triples Rogers four, and Randall Thomas and Randy runs for 02
had one threebagger.Wade Corbin three for five as the Misfits Waters. The winners also got a home Civitans L S.mie, tH 6Brev.L Blue ..
Merchants
evened their league mark at 2-2. run from Ricky Bennett, who went Olympians i, ,Winnerswith
Winkler doubled for the
three for three lilts
and two
Rebels and Phillip Hall scored the Jerry Blalock was two for three for apiece The Civitans, Olympians and Mer
claim
the losers and Steve Uriffls doubledfor from Charlie Green, Joey Bennett, a four run fifth inning to
losers only run.Buslnessmen. the Sr. Wilbur Waters, and Larry Mercer. chants won opening night games as the win in both team's opener. NewsllFrom
Boys.Sr. IIRec.
In the Dept.
play Starke Dixie
Gene Tanner's two run homer accounted Boys Stephen Little and Mike Waters
for all of the Businesomen's Baseball League for 13-14 year olds both went two for three at the plate
8-Sr. Boys t offensive. Larry Brown was two for opened up. for the Olympians and Jeff Johnson the Starke Recreation
The Starke Businessman allowed Boys 13-Rebels 6 three and scored on Tanner's round- added a triple and Andy Chaff singled. Department cornea this announce--
only one hit over the last four innings The Sr. Boys jumped on the Rebels tripper. ment:
Civitans 12-L.Sonlci 5 Smallfry and T-Ball registrationwill
The Civitans plated seven runnersin be held Tuesday, May 1. through,
the fourth and last inning to break a May 23, for 1979 youth baseball
Firebirds 2
I Hope Stays In Front of Grace in Women'9s i Church SoftballHelen 5-5 tie and beat the Lawtey Sonics a The'Merchants three hit pitching of leagues. Registration is at the Old Ar-
rain-soaked Dixie Boys game at Johnson and a healthy hitting Barr mory from 8:30: a.m. to 5:30: p.m.6r at
Hope Baptist stayed unbeaten but Baptist 27-2 to stay one game back at Hersey was also three for four Westside Park Tuesday night. led the Merchants over the Firebirds Pratt St. Recreation Center from 3
second place Grace Baptist kept hot 2-1. and Mary Hersey added a double and Michael Lemire had two hits in two In both teams season opener Monday p.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through
on the league leader's heels in (Hope 15-SE 5 single In four at bats in the victory. at bats, one of them coming in the April 23, at Westside Field. Fridays.. ,
Women's Church Softball Monday The Hersey girls put on a show for Cecilia Infante was three for three fourth to lead the winners at the plate. Jimmy Schoening's three run dou- T-Ball will be for 4-6 year olds, both'
night. first place Hope at Pratt St. Field with two triples while Mary Brown Brian Williams, Larry Long, Tuddy ble and Blaine Dyers! followup triple boys and girls, with the four year olds
Hope cruised past St. Edwards 15-5 Monday night. Jackie Hersey was and Luana Mundorff had two hits and Oneal, and winning pitcher Darren. keyed a four run Merchant second inning required to have reached that age on
to go to 3-0 while Grace dumped First three for four with three doubles, one double apiece for St. Edwards. Hardee added base hits for the win Kenny Davis and Jeff Taylor or before June 11, 1979, and the six
ners.Mitch were both two for two and Gene year olds being those who did not play
Williams was two for three Barnes and John Bennett added hits T.Balllast year and have not finished
Grace 27-FB 2 with a triple for the Sonics with Eddie for the winners. Bo Harrison, Kirby first grade. The field is modified for
PWIGHT SLATER'SOpen Grace Baptist slashed 21 hits in Herndon getting the only other base Smith, and Billy Reitz split up theI the younger ages and a small rubber-
bombing First Baptist by 25 runs hit for the losers. I "ws base hits.AIISports. coated ball is used and hit from a bat-
Monday night. tine tee.
Food & Sell Tracy George had four hits, Including If there Is enough interest .the
U.S. 301 S. two doubles, for the winners Olympians 5.L,Butler I Club Meets recreation department will be havingtwo
7 A.M. 12 P.M. while Sherri Johns, Deborah Gray, Richie Fender struck out 10 oppose Smallfry leagues this year. One
& Walnut 3t and Cindy Lawson all slapped three ing batters and doubled to lead the Smallfry division Is for boys and girls
hits and Cheryl Godwin and Sherrie Olympians past the UCI Engineers in Tuesday, May 1 aged 6-8 (six year olds must have
Huggins had two for three nights. Lake Butler Monday evening. The Bradford.All Sports tlub will finished the first grade in 1979 or
MOTOR OIL PEPSI Michelle Sapp and Darlene Ball Fender scattered 10 Lake Butler W' holding) its regular meeting on played T-Ball last year). The other
119 both went two for two for the losers. hits and the Olympians broke a 1-1 tie Thursday, May 1, at Bradford High league would be for 9-12 year olds.
3 Ots. $129 Tax School. Members are urged by the This is regular Softball with a few.
16OZ.
club to attend this meeting. modifications.The .
Plus Tax 8 Pk a Dep. St. Edwards Church Hall charge for the program is $4
per child with the fee used to pay for
Borden's ALL BRANDS BEER BINGOEvery the children's shirt and cap which
"The silliest of all people are they will keep. Players will also needa
MILK $179 $| 00 Ca" Saturday 8:00: P.M. those who do foolish thingsto glove and may wear either tennis
Gal. OvCotd show off." Vauvenargucsa shoes or rubber cleats.
411 N Temple Ave. Starke. Fla. Clinics will be held from 3:15-4:30: :
p.m. at Pratt Street Field on_ the
following days: T-Ball-May 30, June
4th and 6th. Smallfry-May 29 and 31,
June 3 and 7.
I The T-Ballers will play on Monday
mornings beginning June 11 with,the
Smallfry games on Tuesdays and
Thursdays beginning June 12. For
further details call the Recreation
0 Department at 964-6792.

- Softball Set .
r .. JI Any girls, ages 13-14 interested in
I 'r.. II, playing Softball may sign up at the
j 1 _' ..ut Jut dQrlJ Vi'III Starke RecreatklrY Department begin
J
ning Friday,"April 27 Registration
wil be at the Old Armory and Pratt
Street Center at the times listed

J above.Registration ends Friday, May 18,
with age determining date being
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Just ONE of the good things about Jim Walter I BASS MASTERS


by Nell Crawford
Yes mortgage money is only ONE of the good things Bradford Bassmasters held their
"F about Jim Walter you don need ilf!!! There are April tournament Saturday, April 14,

: t' many, many other good things but, since the scarcity on Santa Fe Lake.
'" ., and cost of mortgage money is in the news almost As most local fishermen know, San-
y every day, we know it is especially important to you. ta Fe can get awfully rough,especially -
So, here are some encouraging facts about mortgageS this time of year. March came in.
like a lamb and went out like a lion.
,', financing. Tommy Outlaw and I fished'
--+ :- First of all,Jim Walter has PLENTY of mortgage finance together. We found the fish early and,
4 to build new homes for his customers. In as Julian McRae would say, I got
addition, and this is of vital Importance to you, when wrecked. I lost a nice one, but you
Jim Walter provides mortgage financing there are!:!Q can't look back; you have to keep on'
costs and NO to inflate the cost plugging.
closing "points" to you. bf
Tommy and I had our share
t : You'll also be happy to know that there is no "third strikes. Together we landed 12 bass:
party" red tape or delay. Credit approval is almost Should have had the limit. "
Cft'i1u', INSTANT instead of the usual weeks or even months Charles Evans landed the biggestand
so that construction can begin as soon as possible. most pounds of fish for the day;!
Earl Muse came In second.On .
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When you choose Jim Walter as your builder, we'll behalf of the club I would like to'
r.- i-:- :::: finish your home to almost any stage, from the shell up congratulate these two :
-J; ': :' riMa to 90% complete. You tell us where to stop then add At the May Bassmasterst!
L '. e BONUS SAVINGS by doing some or all of the insider have the annual fish fry. The tourna-J
J =-t MADISON 4 Bedrooms 2 Baths finishing. Do it yourself! Make it a family project! Or ment is set Saturday, May 19, at Sane '
L ..r -L' 'L.r- maybe you have friends and neighbors who can help ta Fe Lake, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.rr-) .
Boats will return to the landing at
you with the more difficult jobs. But the more you can
do for yourself, the more money you'll save. It's the Jim noon for the fish fry.

homes built on your property to Walter. way for you; to have more home for less money 'you Looking at the May forward 19 tournament to seeing and each'of fish :'

and it works! fry. Let's make it the biggest and.' ;

So. if you own property and want to build a new home best,ever! ;
almost any stage of finish from with payments you can afford, come to where the Bass Wishes Neil Crawford ; :]
money is. Come to where you can choose from more /t' .;
than 20 low cost homes. Come to where you can cut Christian

the shell to 90 complete normal 1 building costs simply by doing some of your Hampton
up own inside finish work. Come to where you can get Academy Boys Take '
more home for less money. Come to Jim Walter Homes .
/ for complete information and the cost of building on '
your property. Call stop by or send the coupon to our Softball, Track Wins .

4N 4' WE DO IT RIGHT nearest display park. Let's' talk today!!! WE. DO IT Hampton Christian Academy's'-'-

,, RIGHT!!! boys won their second straight softball -' .

.t .................. Jacksonville game and last won week.a track meet Jn.: .

1" FREE FULL-COLOR CATALOG! HCA's boys stayed undefeated Sri
the Northern Academy of Christian

Da Ifcr JIM WAITER HOMES 'IM..I" >._.,..,...i.iI Education Softball league by beating
Ja HOMES Hollister 1816. Charles Hutto went
I would lik how Information and the cod
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.I five for five with three home runs and
I of building i i on my property I uncUrifono thr would five RBI's and Johnny Smith had two, ;
Ocala Fla. b. no obligation to buy and thai you would give m. 90ADOIfSt. hits and 3 RBI's in four at bats to lead .
-: .! Jacksonville, Fla. 32216 32670'. |K... loch fr.. of ctiarg*. Hampton. HCA had beaten Pine Level: ..
f"'h J 14-I0 earlier In the season.
f } P.O. Box 16985 P. O. Box 954 iii. The Hampton girls were beaten by
'I r ., ,. ., Hollister l.-2 after opening their

1. 6227 Phillips Hghway ,.;.. c 3001 South Pine St ,:,!. .y;} CITY STAT_ZIP__._._, season with a 21.1 win over Pine'
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,;: l U.S. No. 1 South -,. :,,<*:'" '-7 ir. i;I..' ,',; .. T.Lph.e.C.n.i9hb.rs1' ( ( ,I Level.In the track meet HCA butscorerf '

.,...... :'c\' -: .': ". .,. cPh: 732.3714 t', ., H rural) r...t. pUat I |i iv. direction. *. five other Christian Academy schools: :
,' i with 59 points to 84 for Harvester and
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.... ; r ; .Ph; 733.3250 '.. } 'lI'i'1> '.'" ,West Meadows of Jacksonville. Hutto.. i
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'V'\I-l'\"! Fla. Bank Upends Defending' Wo nen's Open Champ- Domino's i I


Florida Bank knocked elf the defer! ..... Bask IJ'Domino's Mary PeUon had throttle In three f
ding league champ Domino's last Florida Bank obmed tile lint city at bate and Sara Matron! was two for
.. Thursday night and then bopped Uague. defeat on the defending league two to lead fee winners white Mary
Bradford Furniture Tuesday to take chairib Domino's too* 1177 in a wild Fcttoa and CHay KIlby both had two
the lead in the Starke Women's Open extra-inning: game Thursday night, hits and Cathy McAlpto reached:
asstwwrllsrr Softball League. April 19. base four' tImeS and soared twlco.
: ': t d 1 ,,[ NI 1 i rLN '1 j"J Jan McKac's bates loaded ain&.e Mary AnD Lyons doubled and
'llily ; ,:, ,: Broughton's Bullets claimed their with one out In the bottom of the scored two runs for the loaen and
'" ..... I first win of the season for another eighth inning scored Vorease Jones to Vicky Anderson scored a couple of
highlight of the week. give FB the win. Back to back home

a.7y5R runs by Carolyn Redding and Francis
Coltrane had given Florida Bank a
4Ar'y Fla.Bank U-Brad.FurL I 12-0 advantage heading into the last '
First place Florida Bank ripped Inning but in the Domino's half of the Umea.l1AJ
last place Bradford Furniture 23-0 Mains ripped a three run
below dark skies at Pratt Street Field homer knot the score. FB shut the H

1 Tuesday night. Domino's out in the top of the eighth
Tuesday's second game betweenthe and then won when McRae, who had r

Domino's and Broughton's Bullets four hit for the night, singled. .
was rained out. Linda Cubbedge and Redding both _iii
had three hit nights for the winners
Linda Cubbedge and Harriet Dun- while Diane Jordan and Kathy Three collegiate kicker
can both ripped four hits in five at Whitehead slapped three hits for the hare the record for the
bats in the bankers win. Cubbedge'st Domino's. Jordan homered in the moat field goal* (8) In a
night Included a homer and a double first Inning. Ingle game. Who are they
while Duncan legged out three triples. and where did they play?

Carol Beam was two for three, Melba '2961'uol
Howard three for five Francis Cob Bullets 13- Br.Furn.S ..011(14pue ': :
trane tripled and doubled, and Broughton's Bullets built up a M 1 19LI1 '.11"0 '03md
Vorease Jones had two triples for the lead after two innings and won by the NU!-ZL91 '.,ul.l'! IsM
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Tornado Gridders Break winners. 10 run rule Thursday night ADI'1119 .t "N Jlu.'d :1J3A\SNV
Out Pads
for Spring Football BF managed Just two hits off Col- 6 J.

I trane with Sandra Darley's double
Four Tornado ICI'ldden "gft after It" under the and Vicky Anderson's single the ex-
cage Offensive Line Coach Bob Hancock: to the watchful Electric Motors For Sale
at','Monday's. first spring football practice: session mentor tent of their offense.


I :<, Defending Champ Gaines, Herres Represent BHS at District Golf Tourney Today AtGRAUDONS


:''A-pair of Bradford High School ford's 1-14 team Is obviously out of the over par 74 in 1978 made him the first into the tourney while Herres has a & SONS

golfers, junior Richard Gaines and running for the team title. Orange Tornado golfer to go to qualify for the nine hole norm of 40.2 strokes,
sophomore Joey Herres, will be playIng'for Park, Palatka, and Lake City figureto state meet In IS years. This year he lowered with some hot rounds late in Heating & Air
: individual honors at the battle for top team honors in the and Herres will have to contend with the season.
District 5 Class 3A golfing tournament nine team field that also includes Live Palatka's Billy Tuten and Mark Only the top team and top In-
today Thursday,April 28, at the Oak, Baker, Fernandina, Clay St. Blakewood. Lake City's Greg Burns, dividual from district qualify for the 210 E. Call St. Starke. Fla. ;. ,.. ,

WUlqw Lakes course just outside Augustine, and Flagler-Palm Coast. and Orange Park's Bobby Fannin Jr. state meet to be held May 2-3 at 964.7652 ,
Orange Park. Individually Tornado Richard Gaines brings a 38.5 nine hole average Sarasota's Bent Tree course. 1
J3HS coach Warney Adkinson is brInging Gaines will have a tough time defen-
just his top two players to the ding the district championship he won
18:.hole district test because Brad- as a sophomore last year. Gaines two


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:,Hope Squeaks By PL to Stay Even With

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'.Hppe Baptist got past stubborn Pine Pearson and Larry 'Vllliams, both OPPOITUNIdES
Level and Northside Baptist won easl- delivering two doubles' in three at
If"'as both teams remained bats; Terry Sharp and Randy Crews,
undefeated in Men's Church Leagues both three for five; and Stuart Duncan
play last week. and Jimmy Alvarez, who both

'. .1.,':. clubbed Bill Geiger inside-was he'park a bright home spot runs.for the

Hope 16-P. Level 15 losers with two hits in two plate ap FOR YOU IN
Jeff McRae singled Dan Dodd and pearances.

fat Murphy across with the tieingnd I"
winning runs with no outs in the FL IS.KL 8
bottom of the seventh to push Hope Pine Level Baptist scored seven
Baptist past Pine Level Baptist in a runs In the first inning and allowed
rairt'soaked Tuesday night game at Kingley Lake Baptist just four runs
Westside. over the last five innings to win their
':jhe win kept Hope unbeaten in second game against one defeat. THIS WEEK'S
Church league play while PL drop Lloyd Allen and Wayne Blanken- un
t lo'-2. Tuesday's second ship were both a perfect four for four
ween First Methodist and Kingsley at the plate for the winners while i
Lake Baptist was rained out. Richard Milner and Roger Jones i,
McRae finished with three hits Including were three for five. 1
an inside-the-park homer, John D. Johns was three for three :
'and five runs batted in for the game. for the losers while Roger Bennett hit :
'J.J.Broome: added)two bits in four at an Inside-the-park homer and doubledin ;CtAS5-I FIE.D

bats'nndlltifllteTaS'JereJeggedput/ J" twr trips for KL.sml205pefGsl090. .* ; I J..41

.home run for the winners,who led 8-6 .
Jailer dour innings, fell behind 14-15 Street Calvary 10 ...Jl.:.".i !. ...
latter six and then used McRae's Madison Street was outhit 14-13 but
clutch hit to win their fourth in a row. still got by Calvary Baptist 15-10
Morris Broome went three for three Thursday night at Westside Field. I
:labile Richard Milner and James The winners evened their record at AIN CONDITIONING & USA?. BXPBeHBNCBO SANDWICH
tlss .....
ALUMINUM CONSTRUCTIONBulldlno ._.. mokor 'Part '0.m to t1
delivered two hits in four 2-2 and left Calvary still searching for INO Mechanic Must" ..
Tomlinson ., screen enclosure* end Mud In residential as llohtcommorlcal Mon tnroupri Prl ."/ 4 p m.
trips for Pine Level. its firstleagiiawin by scoring seven and pello fool cover necessary SM-I-. .T.-..true...". .Call 3/a-tllO repair., *j 'Instollatlon Apply: ..between e.teMr,.nt It.7/NM.M.2 p m. PfillNlck'
runs in the third Inning and plating six plenty- o>work.17SUOO.PAINTBP. -
N'Slde34FBI more in the fourth. ; of Roreb
-"a Northside Baptist romped to their Ed Christmas was three for three .moll well. *......*..:.,.*'.' .dv.fIor LlOAL.lcmSTANY. Minimum l year for..perl'Lawoffice. Call lr-W1 Ihvmity for (a current report
of Immediate opporlunJtloeoual
SMrth straight win at Westside Field for the winners and Leaton Morgan toady work in* of truck: u 15. once Salary. 37a4n.SALBSPBKtON commensurate. wllltexperience .oual employment OpporfunlfvAffirmative .
Friday night.VerybodY. and Gary Osteen added two hits in the *.Ian to Box Qualification r-iOM. Sun*a Drawer reference \ Action: enlploy.r

ft hit for the winners with winning effort Ricky Browder had A."'" 0._""".tatat.BCHBTAHVBBCBPTIONUT. A00r. ...,....
gthpl biggest nights coming from: four hits In four trips for Calvary, ..1/-...rfln0. Calllna on ..,....... WATeelsalWAITae1f .
U fBf>*ONS. AKTCNOBHKoerlonced :
/ accounts a ooenlno new ones
Tja vid Thigpen, who was four for fouron which also got two for three performances for busy Weal I Btate offlco. Two Pomelo: oriented clientele with Only need opplv.Apply .
double Chris from Chuck Leasure Henry 10 WPM. ahorthand reeulred.C complete ..... wholesale'..mlewelry. a Sandpiper Hettaurant.Mlcenopy .
three triples and a ; .M for interview.n.n". 3O}* 150f. f lorlda. 1-al-1o.N.
Lawson, also three for four with a Browder, and Dale Bedford. Leasure
'pair of triples and a double; Donald tripled and doubled.



I ...Final' SFCC Registration Set April30, May 1 H )erPI' ',:.''iit''! %

.:The last opportunity for registration Literature & Comp., Human Growth '," s 174 CBLICABicellent 170 THUNOBajeiejD. loadeel, MUST BLL. 17* Clvla, CVCC
(before the beginning of Santa Fe & Development, Music Appreciation, condition. Air condl.tloned. OHcellonf. looklno o>,rwnnlnacondition. wapon. wlttl AM/PM cassettedeck.
& Summer Land Use Regulation (Zoning). {' new.radiilr'*. UMO.after Good. ae* nll.aps' Also claeretlo. llahler.
Community College Spring f75-.JM a pm. Mutt tell I. v/n0' town tvofNogotlatele Blue.CalH7S-O30 after /p ml4 .
Term classes is set for Monday, It is still possible for new students ._11
April 30, and Tuesday, May 1. to apply to the college for the Spring& 'mlMIf.CU.COUOA. VOLVO mt Station waoon..
: The Santa Fe Office in Bradford Summer Term. The Starke SFCC office Inipoctod.1 M P.AMOLCH" reliable"CLAStlC", "Or_"".. AM/PM." ........ crulve control.loaded. '. too PO miles. body, on01n.knit In Good/ .recon.dltloned ....0..
High.# School will be open from 8 a.m. offers most of the services of the .Many'.orl..I1..nl1._new part. (*ne._ win hta-. Price m. >U.IOO.waanend Callaftarao *. 317.100 uc./t Soon to.n/be._AMPMCaisette.IPJO '__'. II.m. guar.
(to 1'30! p.m. college, including academic and 1'.11._. Jake. StudenttOTJMOMIDOBT .
.There will also be an evening financial aid counseling.For BUICK 11lCIAL. CNIK.. N OLD* CUTLAtt; Iuor m..
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V.. '" Dodgers, Giants Top DY MajorThe i iM Phillies and Tigers Win Twic ;

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Dodgers won twice and the socking triples. Chris Thomas addeda
Giants won once last week as both double And Greg Wilkinson pickedup Share DY Minor League LeadThe
;i" stayed unbeaten and on top of the the pitching win. I } .
Starke Dixie Youth Major Baseball Sean Robinson was two for three TlfOTS and Phillies both won T"HI1I1.Twine \
League. with a double and Chuck Mize reach, twice last week to lake over and share The Tigers scored 13 rum on;lS
The two teams, both 2-0) after last ed bane Ure times on a single and first place In the Starke Recreation walks In the first inning and waltzed
,' week, meet for first place Tuesday, two walks for the Lawtey club.L. S 1 ; 1y + Department's Minor League baseball past the Twine Friday evening. :
Mayl. league. Both teams are 2-l. Brad Green was one for one and
Tuesday nights games at Pratt scored three times to lead the Tigers
Street Field and In Lawtey were rain Gold 10-Braves 9 t l while Randall Polk picked up a bas
.. ed out. The Lawtey Gold Nuggets shook offa e hit and Jason Johnson. Jimmy
seven run Brave first inning to win Tiger 10.L. Rangers Wilson Stacey Bowen. and Richie
t.! Dodgers| 3.:\Ieh 0 in Lawtey Thursday night. April 19. ; The Tigers came back from three Taylor all scored tx Ice.
f Dodger Ricky Carver pitched a two- Gerald Brown had a HBI triple and 4, runs down with a seven run second in Drew Davis. Dewey Williams. Neal
1 hitter to out-ducl Mels pitcher scored twice, Lamar Crews, and Sam ning in beating the Rangers Lawtey McElhenny. and Dude Paladino had
Stephen Jones at Pratt Street Field Norman doubled. Carlton Johnson :Monday evening. base hits for the losers.
Friday night, April 20. singled and scored and Wayne Brown yri V Brad Green's two-run homer keyed
Carver allowed only two runners to had a RBI hit for the winners. er's second frame. Green Phlllif 13: -L. Rangers 11 '
get to third base as! the Dodgers open The Braves John David Francis i t yh, Randal Polk and Jimmy Wilson\ all The Phillies scored nine runs In
ed their season with a win. Jones was doubled and scored three times while t ; scored three times for the winners their first at bat and held off the
nearly as tough, surrendering Just Robbie Boone was two for two and with Kirby Jo Hildebran and Richie Rangers at Pratt St. Field Thursday;
three hits and striking out 12 batters Tony Hilliard and Mike Chappell added 1 J' li Taylor adding base hits Robert Starling night.
+ Hal Davis and Wise had the
base hits base hit for the Gary
while being hurt by errors. had the only
Tony Diggs scored twice for the i .I Rangers while Billy Gault scored only Phillie hits but Dale Brown.
Chris Johnston, and Rick Barnes all
Dodgers. lie scored the lead run after ... twice for the losers
doubling In the first inning. Then In Dodgers I II 1 L. Blue H I scored two runs. Coltrane Felton
the third frame the Dodger first The Dodgers bashed three home singled and scored for the Lawtey
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baseman walked, took third on runs to beat the Lawtey Blue Jays at Phillies 12.Indians T Rangers and Mike Rourke and Jamey
Carver's two-bagger, and scored on the Lawtey field Wednesday, April 18. ------- ..- The Phillies moved back Into a tie Crews scored a couple of runs each
an error. George LcVasser scored the Robert Carver Michael Colving. The "\lltullll.. welcome sight fin (Iht'! Chumhcr of('''IlIlIU'nt'It"tll: of SUirkc'K for first as they scored all 12 of their for the losers.
winner's other tally while Danny Jordan and Brad Brown socked the round Dixie \'uIIII.1.tJur: League. It menu I he team gel to K<> on offense. runs In the second through fourth inn (Indian II TllX.rll lt(
had their only other hit. Jones trippers for the Dodgers Carver also ings at Pratt Street Field. The Indians built up a 9-4 lead and
and Dan Duffy had the Met safeties. tripled, Colving added a double Tony GarY Wise had two hits and scored held off the hard-charging( Tigers for
Diggs was three for three with three twice for the Phil's while Dale Brown a win Wednesday. I\prililt.
\ Giants Ir: -1.. Blue runs scored, and George Levasser BUS Girls Close Out Regular Campaign reached base three times and scored Richard Osteen. Chris Douglas, and
The Giants ouihit Lawtey Blue by a had a base hit for the winners. twice and Chris Johnston. Michael Mark Strickland had base hits for the
12-4 margin and won by the same Marty Irons had a three run homer 2-13 PlaJ"llost District TourneyAt Gray, and Mathew Bryant scored two winners with Osteen scoring three
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score to up their slate to 20. and scored three times for the Blue ; runs apiece. times and Strickland and Jason Hug-
Gary Tyson, Ricky Wells and Jays while Sean Robinson had three 2.13 for the season the girl so t- scored three times for BUS. Each Jason Muggins had two hits and gins crossing the plate twice. Randall
Jason Bennett all were two for four hits In three at bats and Ray Shufurd ballers of Bradford High head into the starter hit safely and Rosaline Pet scored twice for the losers while Hal Polk singled and scored twice for the
for the winners with Tyson and Wells added a single district tournament to be played: next ford.. Linda Sawyer, and Terri Par Wood singled and walked twice and losers and Brad Green tallied two
Tuesda)'. May I. and Thursday, May rish each had two hits Chet Norman had a base hit. runs for the Tigers.
3, at Westside Park In Starke.
I Death< Row Hunger Strike EndsPrison The lady Tornadoes, resting at the
bottom of the team district line-up, 1 O,032.Acre Addition Ocala National Forest Purchased I
officials said Tuesday! the Florida Clearinghouse on Criminal will probably meet top ranked 'lay to
food strike by about 85 inmates in the Justice, said the information came to High in the district opener at 4 :30
Death How !section of Florida State that organization because the inmates p.m. Tuesday, according to CouchJerry OCALA-Don Percival Forest terest to the Forest Service for years. Land and Water Conservation Fund 1
Prison ended when the men began accepting said it wouldn't be made publicif McGriff. St.Augustine and Supervisor for the National Forests in The acquisition provides for more ef Act of 1904. I
their meal trays. sent only to FSP Supterintendcnt Clay High will meet In the second Florida has announced the acquisition festive and efficient management of The area also offers unusually
Dave Brierton. The petition receivedin game at 6:30: p.m. from the Salt Springs Corporation the Ocala Forest, enables the Forest valuable wildlife habitat Includingareas
About two-thirds of 130 men con Tallahassee stated that counselor Closing out regular season [>lay! of a 10,032 acre addition to Service to protect a trulv unique and vital (o a number of threatenedor
demned to die stopped eating the Steven Saunders often speaks in favorof Tuesday in St.Augustine, the lady the Ocala National Forest, located in diverse plant and animal community, endangered species.
regular meals brought on trays to capital punishment among the in Tornadoes went down 19-1. Janice central Florida and provides for public enjoyment an Percival. while acknowledging thata
their single-man cells in the north end mates and directs guided tours of the Berry's solo home run scored the lone Purchase price of the Salt Springs area of very special natural resource number of people supported the project
of the maximum security prison. The death chamber where the electric Bradford run. Berry slammed the tract was 12650000. values" PercIVal stated. reaffirmed the central role of
protest reportedly centered around chair is located. ball through the gap in left center. "This tract has been of great in- Although it represents the full Congressman. Bill Chappell in makingthe
the new non-contad visitation rules Terri Parrish doubled and Doll <, .ter, range of forest values, it is especially acquisition a reality.
imposed after a Death Row inmate AI Lee Department of Corrections Waters, Tommie Sue Marshall Cindy t significant for outdoor recreation According to the Forest Supervisor. ,
escaped recently. The visits now take information director, said there Is no Alderman and Linda Sawyer had such as camping, hiking, swimming this is the largest single purchase of
place with a partition between the Inmate basis for dismissing Saunders as requested singles in the finale. Doll Waters and and fishing. land by the U.S. Forest Service In the
and relative as they speak by the Inmates. He said Linda Sawyer hit back-taback ,h. According to Percival it is this high state of Florida as well as the largest
through a small microphone Installedin Saunders denied making statements singles to open the first but were left recreational value which qualified the dollar transaction made by the Forest
the glass divider. similar to those charged by the In on base i tract for Federal purchase under the Service in the Southern Region.

mates..Lee said Saunders would not Finishing a make-up game stopped ----
Another complaint was aired in a be transferred. earlier in the season because of Earn Your
petition signed by 8'J Death Row inmates darkness the lady Tornadoes lost f
complaining about a counselor Meanwhile, prison officials say the 30-12 after starting the game In the tIr
assigned\ to (their housing wings. hunger strike hich began on April 17 top of the fifth down 2211. For the
Schurlt-tte Holdman, director of the has ended. game, Terri Parrish homered and .,
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Convenience.Store Clerk Bitten by. German I t, "

A convenience store trainee receivButler Road in Starke said the dog Rescue unit to Bradford County
I ed painful lacerations of the right belonging to Greg Griffis son of Hospital where she was treated and By Taking The GED Tests. ApplicationsFor
hand after being bitten Sunday night Raiford mayor J D. Griffis followed a released. She said she has been ,!
by a large German shepherd who customer into the store and attacked unable to return to work since followed a customer into the Raiford her without provocation. hand has become infected.
. Handy Way. Mrs. Hall said she fainted and was "I am thankful it was not a child the The Bradford Union
Jackie (Mrs.. Jack W.J Hall, 54, of transported by the Union County dog attacked. ,". said. / Mrs. Hall Area Voc tiqnalTechnica'l
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- April 30, 1979.Call 964-6150 For Information.
A lawtey man was arrested by Dempsey and Don Denton of the Ing the arrest the report said. Lucille
county sheriff's officers/ for carryinga Bradford Sheriffs Department Green Copenhaver, 51, of Olin's Examinations
sawed-off shotgun strapped to his arrested 27 year old Troy Rayfarrel Trailer Park in Starke, was arrestedfor are Scheduled
. leg into the 301 Lounge Tuesday night King of Lawtey possession of the throwing glass at Dempsey and
April 17, and a SI year old women short-barreled .410 gauge shotgun but (then attacking the deputy. May 7 And May 8 May 9 And May 10
.J from Starke was jailed after she attacked were attacked themselves while mak- ,

according an to officer sheriff's making reports.the arrest New Telephone. Equipment From 1:00.245: p.m. From 6:00: p.m.7:45: ?

I LI. Glen Moore and deputies John Cyclers to Ride for Children's Hospital electronic Telephone equipment officials for Installing use In new the 3:00: 4:45: p.m. 8:00: p.m. '- 9:45: |

Volunteer cyclers will be riding on Saturday, April 28, to raise money fort/ Starke Lawtey and Keystone Heights ,
Jude Children's Research Hospital. 6:00: 7:45: ;
exchanges say the new equipment p.m. 11
Jury Convicts for the at front of the May
Registration bikes-thonbegins 9 a.m in National Guard will be faster and more efficient. The
Armory on Edwards Road. Jim Lewis of Starke says the biking caravan will
Man in ShootingA pull out at 9:30: a.m. sharp.He new will Continental also take Telephone up about one-third equipment 8:00: 9:30: pm. From 9:00: 10:30:
/ said the bicycles will not cross: any major highways and adult supervisorswill the space of the older model.
be stationed at Intersection! and throughout the two-mile course. Further
Bradford( convicted
County jury Information is available by calling Lewis at 964-7824.
Roosevelt Carroll of attempted
The Rike-a-Thon Koute:begins by heading north from the armory on Ed
murder late Tuesday night after a full
wards Road along Westmoreland to Lafayette turn left on Epperson to Butler
day shooting of testimony incident in reviewing November the of right on Butler to Alton Road right on Alton to Madison Street Baptist Church POUR ON THI I,
parking lot t will not cross SN-10of circle parking lot and head back down Alton -w'
1978.Authorities charged that Carroll Road right on Neil Court to Butler left on Butler and back to Epperson righton
shot Ronald Parrish proprietor of the Epperson and right on )Edwards Road to return to armory building. THIS

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fight outside the Red Honey and Par NEED MONEY?
rish attempted to break up that seal _
fie. Carroll's sister thought Parrishwas
picking on her brother and that's
when the older brother, Roosevelt, WE CAN HELPLet
got involved. Witnesses said Carroll 1 !
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Local residents Write and Publish "The KH ; RADFORD C ObI' SECTION B (! J!


History of Mu State, Delta Kappa Gamma" e 1 SINCSII"l'" ', } 11 F19f2ciateAewt/) 's; laaldhZ'!'oly lApr.2L t i i


Kathryne Muriel Norman Epperson of of Lake Starke Butler and Q ap .m Page th 964.7608 \

hav written and published ''' he

JUstory of Mu State Volume IV". The ,.. ._ L
;book contains the accomplishments of .I''' ; iT

:she::::: Delta Kappa for the Gamma past Society 10 years International Homemakers Have .'" -,, Dora Triest and Lonnie Broome (;

:::1967-1971,10| Florida under the leader- : .
:ehlp of five past state presidents. Program on How To :j :; ; Repeat Vows March 24 In Theressa r
Delta Kappa Gamma is a society of
::women educators united in a Safeguard Your Hb i: k)1)i t:!H :fira( Lee meet;:; daughter of Mr.

: fellowship to honor women who iiijJisr.j j: ""a d>>Krs. Ernest ''Triest o( Theressa, I,
:evidence a potential for distinctive ""ra Mrs. Mary Yearta Home i ;;1\JanaLonnle David Bro me.1or'!;of.Mr.
'service in education. The society t ttlt Economist,presented program on. ,and Mrs. James Broome of Hampton,
works for the betterment' of women How to Safeguard Your Home at the ,/were united in marriage Saturday
:personally and professionally. Bradford County Homemakers, Club March 24,at 7:30: p.m. In Hope Bapti8tlChurch ('
Scholarships are given to women meeting Thursday, April IB at the ,Theressa with Rev. Pat Murphy ItL
;educators to pursue graduate study'nd Agriculture building In Starke. performing the nuptials. b
_: fellowships to women in foreign r N Mrs. Yearta showed a film strip The vestibule table held an arrangement c'TJ
,:countries for study in American "Target for Terror". It showed a of blue and yellow pompoms s
:..schools. -' young lady who* had been beaten and t white daisies and baby's
Mrs. Norman and Miss Epperson, Norman terrorized by a burglar In her home.It breath with burning tapers.
:members of the Society since 1948, Muriel showed how easy the average home The altar was centered with a large I. jJ
-have spent 2 years collecting Kathryn Eppersonnew welcomes burglars by having the 15 branch candelabra arch balancedby '.
"materials and selecting data for the wrong or easily/ unlocked locks on two baskets of blue, yellow and
book. Many Interesting, exciting history was given to each front door, sliding doors or windows.A white spring flowers. Two large r !
::events have been included in the member attending the luncheon. policeman demonstrated the kind palms complimented the Baptistry. b
book, along with facts about the Members from Bradford, Baker and of locks that were used inmost homes Marcia Lee, organist and Mason ;h" I
:growth and accomplishments of the Union Counties, Mrs. Lucille Payne, and then showed the type of stronger, Brown soloist, accompanied by Mrs. ', e i
:'' )ociety. Mrs. Martha Riherd, Mrs. Joyce more secure'locks that should be us- Shennon Blomg of Jacksonville
The book was presented by the Welcon and Mrs. Shirley Jasonek ed.The front door should have an auxiliary presented a program of nuptial 1.
.authors at the Florida State Convention passed the copies to the members.The plunger which would cause the music. #
'at Pier 66 in Fort Lauderdale, writing of this history has beena main latch to lock in place, like a The couple faced the audience during
.,April 20-22, at the 44th birthday lun- great honor and experience for deadbolt, when the door Is closed. A the whole ceremony.
.rcheon. Mrs. Norman and Miss Epper- Muriel Norman and Kathryne Epperson steel pin should be put in the door Mr. Broome attended his son as k '< p fi
-=ion' presented a musical slide program on this 50th anniversary of the track of sliding glass doors to prevent best man. Ushers were J.G. Broome, .''t ,
: showing highlights of the Society, 19291979. Florida (Mu State) liftout. Locks or steel pins should be LynnBroome, Carley Broome, Ernie L ,. \ '- 7 7j
Historical events. Mrs. Mona Canova, has been organized since 1933. put on all windows. An extra key to Triest and Frankie Crews. oIf< \ ,

a member of Alpha Nu Chapter, provided tt'I the front door should be inside the Vanessa Triest, sister-in-law of the I \ ..it';
the organ and piano music used house somewhere in case you, ..". \ \
bride served '
matron of honor.She
-in the A of the first George Flynn, Sr. returned Tues ; as ,i'iI'lIi <:
program. copy yourself are locked in and need to get wore of satin ;, It \ ;;
minutes, October 24, 1936, of the day from North Florida Regional out in a hurry. with a gown lace yellow slipper tier head- f)4'9, ?;'..'. /' ..'.
in Florida and of the Hospital where he was confined matching cape "
a said that
.Society copy Mrs. Yearta to remember 'dress was of yellow silk forget-me- ". (
following a stroke last week. many burglaries are held both day nots and dried German statice, and } ;
and night, and usually committed dressed by in she carried a silk nosegay of yellow 'J \ \ ,j
youthful looking amateurs, sweetheart roses, white daisies, blue
Joan Therese Budds, ordinary clothes to resemble your forget-me-nots, dried baby's breath I .
neighbor next door. The more he is with yellow satin streamers. I J,. 5.<.' I \ '
Herbert Wainwright slowed down by noise or secure locks, Attendants were Nanette Akrldge, : ,;... I
the less likely) he is to gain entry to a Christy Redding, Jeanie Broome, .,I. .0'I' \' '
house. People who live alone should Tammie Hersey and Debbie Glover.
Told "
Engagement not advertise it by having Miss or They,wore blue slipper satin dresses
1t Mrs. on their home.When purchasinga with matching capes. Their head- f,; .
4 Mr.and Mrs.Harry L.Budda,Sr.of new home, it is good to change the pieces were blue forget-me-nots and r
Arcadia, Calif announce the engage- locks on the door. All doors ana win- dried German statice and they carried ,
ment and approaching marriage of dows should be locked in your home nosegays of silk yellow. ;
their daughter, Joan Therese to when you are away, even for a short sweetheart roses, white daisies blue
Herbert G. Wainwright of Fullerton, time. Tall shrubbery or other things forget-me-nots, dried baby's breath r/
r Calif. should not be close to your home to en- and blue satin streamers. "
.
7 Miss Budds is a 1969 graduate of courage good hiding places. Have a Amy Triest,niece of the bride,served .. .:'\" '
Pius the X High School and attended neighbor watch your home while you as flower girl. She wore a yellow par and Mrs.Lonnle David Broome
Cerritos City College. She is a are out of town.Stop paper deliveries. slipper satin dress with cape and silk
member of A.O.P.A. and is presently Have automatic timed lights to go on headpiece of yellow forget-me-nots ing flowers were placed at vantage ''W.T.Wef'k..VDC .
employed by Ward Travel Service as and off in your home. and. German statice. She carried a points. To Meet May 2
a Travel Consultant. Many communities have the local white basket with yellow satin The bride's table was centered witha ,
Mr. Wainwright is the son of Mr. police participating Ina program. streamers with petals of blue, yellow four tiered wedding cake flanked by W.T. Weeks UDC will (
and Mrs. J.C. Batten and the late called "Operation Identification" and white flowers. two arrangements of blue and yellow meet Char 2 at the
Joan BuddsflWu H.G. Wainwright. He was a 1969 Mrs. Yearta had on display two kindsof Jamie Redding,cousin of the bride, pompoms, white daisies and baby's Western Steer Steakhouse. 1
'II graduate of Bradford High School, heavy door locks recommended for was ring bearer. breath with a white taper In each ar Hostesses will be Mrs. Herbert
1971 graduate of Santa Fe Community safe use. The bride, given in marriage by her rangement. Mrs. Lynda Sullivan and Thomas, Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Sr., Mrs.
t College, BA from the University of At the end of the program a "lovegift" father, wore a princess style gown of Mrs. Debbie Broome cut the cake. L.G. Powell Mrs. George Flynn, Sr.
South Florida in 1973.Mr.Wainwrightis was presented to Mrs. Yearta white silk organza featuring a high illusion The punch table was centered with and Mrs. Barbara Breazeale.
a member of Phi Alpha Delta law from the club. She will be joining her neckline, full bishop sleeves a crystal punch bowl encircled with
Mir and Mrs. John C. Martin an- fraternity and is completing his law husband soon In South Carolina. and Cathedral length train embellished daisies and pompoms in blue, yellow ','
nounce the birth of a daughter, degree at Western State University, The next mixed-crafts workshop, .in imported Venice lace and and white. Both tables were covered Eastern Star ,
Kimberley Angela born March 30 in Fullerton, Calif. will be held Thursday, Ma y 17 at 10 Brussels lace. Her chapel length veil with white lace cloths with blue Supper April 28 ;:
will be married June 2 a.m. Participants are asked to carry liners Mrs. Redding and Mrs.
,Alachua General Hospital. The couple featured white lulling, chantilly Many
Maternal grandmother is Ma.Lena,,. ,:aL. sty 1 Bonuventure .;Churchy;Huntington --. ah:""btown -1wtctt..Th08< B. O'Neal of Starke. Paternal grand- Beach, Calif with the recep-- to may work on lap robes for the a silk nosegay of yellow bowl. Assisting in serving were Mrs. the Eastern Star, will have a covered r
parents are Mr.and Mrs.J.B.Martin, tion to follow at Apadama Starke Nursing Home. They may be sweetheart roses, white daisies, blue Belle Lovell and Mrs. Grace Searle. dish supper Saturday, April Wj at 7
Restaurant Beach, Calif. crocheted or made from material statice and wedding trip to the the Hall. .
Sr.,of McIntosh. Newport forget-me-nots,. German Following a p.m. In Masonic I.
All friends and relatives are invitedto scraps. white satin streamers with love knots.A Pocono Mountains, Pa., the couple is All Masons and their families are
.. 'II attend. ... reception was held In the church residing at their home on Highway 18, invited to attend.

Mr. and Mrs. T.C. Chastain, III of .., 4 Clyde and Georgie Terwillegar educational building. Mrs. Janice Theressa. j
Gainesville announce the birth of a returned to Miami with Virginia Par- Hall greeted the guests at the door The bride is employed with the
sons, Clyde's sister, who was here in Trfest Constructionof
Erica Michelle born and presented them to the receivingline family business,
daughter, April.
Keystone visiting them for a while. Hospital Auxiliary
composed of the bride and groom Keystone Heights.
20 in Alachua General Hospital. I
Maternal grandmother is Mrs M .omomM'Moth r. Clyde and Georgie then spent Thurs- and their parents. Carol Anne Hall Mr. Broome is employed with toAIeet April 30
Paternal With A Gift day through Sunday on a yacht with kept the bride's book. Florida Farm Bureau In Gainesville
:Clyde Sinclair. grand- From tcllo'fFor friends at Pier 66 In Fort Lauderdale. Two large standing baskets of spr- The Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary -
parents are Mr. and Mrs. T.C. Chas Mother's Day Clyde said it was too windy to do will have a Dutch treat dinner'meeting '
taro,Sr. all of Starke. much cruising around. Monday, April 30 at 7 p.m. at i

BRADFORD SQUARE FLORIST Woman's Club the Western Steer Steakhouse.

DESIGNS BYPROFESSIONALS Executive Board -

t WHEN YOU PURCHASE THIS The Starke Woman's Club, ex ,New River Vol.Fire Dept. '
ecutive committee will meet Wednesday to Sponsor BBQue and Fish Fry
964-7954 May 2 at 12 noon for the luncheon
meeting.

The newly formed New River
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; e Bar-B-Que and Fish Fry Saturday,
April 28, from 4 p.m. tilAlso skeet
52.35 Value shooting starting at 2 p.m. till-.
'til.-., 9.295% All cooking will be done by the
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Model 2030 Real Hickory Smoking) You can earn this Interest rate on Guaranty son Jonathan Evan born April 20.
Maternal grandparents are Mr.and
r ii Coupon Good,Thru Federal's Six-Month Money Market Certificates 'I Mrs. C.B. Haddock of Kingsland. Ga. "

E Compare ,May 31.,1970 from Thursday, April 26 through Wednesday. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
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..._ 2 1979. No bank other '
May or savings and Jonathan Joins a sister, JesUcaErynv

with anything loan association can pay a higher rate of 2-1/2.
that cooks outdoors Mr. and Mrs. Talley are both
...or in. We Will I' Be Cooking Friday Interest on this Money Market Certificate former Bradford County teachers and

Minimum deposit Is 10,000 I Maturity In just residents, Mr. Talley is attending
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graduate
Afternoon And Sat., Morning 26 weeks.' Georgia and is employed in the Adult
Educational Dept Mrs. Talley is
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collection of colors this price on Sunday
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bridesmaid's -::.
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Muslin because you just wash it dry it and mother of the -
hang it up. So easy! Stock. up on this Green.Mrs.D.
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Your most thrifty fabric choice for Miss Tammy ,- '

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drapes curtains and dishtowels.37 Reg. Terri at.3-
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The Don HardenbrooksEntertain Johnson Pleads Guilty 1

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atRehearsal { To Attack on'I. y i

t. DinnerMr. 7 .1 iRF FormerWlCe F I
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and Mrs. Don Hardenbrook j;
Fred Johnson pleaded guilty Mon ,
entertained at a buffet dinner Friday
day to aggravated battery and armed ,
night at the Presbyterian Fellowship
Hall for their son Lee and fiancee, burglary for attacking his former I' ,T'
Marcia J. Woods following the cou wife rather than going to trial Friday ", ,
plea wedding rehearsal. for her attempted murder. ,j
J.iff \ The 43 guests including the wedding The plea was accepted by Circuit
,.. party, immediate families friends Judge Osee Fagan who placed h\,
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Johnson In Jail until a presentence Investigation -
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--- and relatives, were seated at a a
U-shaped table. The head table. was alleged d. ,
Johnson r went through a j I
centered with a long arrangement of ,
,.. yellow, pink.white and lavender spring window at the residence of his ex- f \
wife Gladys Melton and beat her
flowers. Down the length of the ;
'! other tables was a garland of with a pipe. Ife would have faced trial ion

I greenery interspersed with pink and attempted first .degree murder f,
'1.1" !> and;;
iJ. yellow two counts of aggravated battery .j
1\> 1'" pompoms. armed
.fJ1 During the dinner Lee and Marcia u' burglary. !

: presented gifts to their attendants. 5 'i

Cadet Color Guard executes' the flax raining ceremony <
The K.F. Mannings 13 yfear old Lori Flynn, left, and Beth Francis, tell Telegraph reporter Serviceman f
Loretta Gasped about their meeting with the newest tern Idol-Rex Smith. fI

Host Rehearsal

, S 1.r/ce Girls Meet Teen IdolTwo Airman Darren Barry I
, H Selected for Special Training t i:
,H Dinner April 19 i,
I ; teen-agers had ,their dream name for the two girls until they saw I

II Ii i o.. ; 'a 3y Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth F. Manning came true on Monday when they got his latest TV movie, Sooner or Lattr. The son of a Hampton resident... (,
of Graham entertained at a dinner to meet Rex Smith the newest teen Their teacher at Bradford Middle
I I party April 19 for their son, David idol.Both School assigned the movie to the class been selected to receive specialized ,j
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Instruction after Air
Dean and bride-elect Lisa Lee at the Francis 13, 439 N Lake St. for extra-credit. completing '
i Graham Baptist Church Fellowship and Lori Flynn 13, P.O. Box(10 Coun- "This was the first time I won Force basic training at Lackland
I Hall following the couple's wedding try Club Estates, got the chance to eat anything like this before," said Beth. AFB, Tex. s
I rehearsal.The with the actor by winning a Y-103 con Both girls ate at the Sheraton Hotel lln Airman Darren G. Barry, son of
U-shaped tables were covered test. Jacksonville Beach with the other David A. Barry of Hampton, studied ,
with green cloths and held arrangements contest winners. The promotional appearance the Air Force mission, organizationand
$ of yellow burning tapers Beth phoned the Jacksonville radio was arranged by Columbia customs and received special instruction I
i I and honeysuckles. Each place setting station for two days until she finally Records, who is pushing Smith as the In human relations. Completion Ii
was marked with tiny baskets and got through.She was the eighth caller next big star of the future; of this training earned the individual
swan with ribbons of yellow holdingthe and won even though the disc Jockey Beth got to sit right next to the atar credits toward an associate
name cards. never heard of Starke before. at the table. "It was hard to eat after In applied science degree through the i
I The guests Included Jimmy Starl- Rex Smith was also an unknown that." she said. Community College of the Air Force.
The airman now to Keealer ,
uncle of the bride-elect Mrs. goes
ing, ,
AFB,Miss:,to attend the Training .. '
Beatrice of
LaMonda grandmother
"' a ;. the bride-elect, and, the wedding par PERSONALS'. .. systems Command's operator communications course. i.

ty. Airman Is 1978 of
Barry a graduate
David and Lisa presented their at Mrs. George Sapp returned Friday Mrs. H. L. Hutson spent last Santa Fe High School, Alachua. Ills
The Army Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps Information Booth Is tendants with gifts during the even- from two weeks visit with friends in Wednesday to Friday with Mrs. Clifford mother, Mrs. Diane Y. Barry, resides
I manned by Cadet Captain Jan Saucer and Cadet Captain Ted Greenly who wereon Ing. Fort Lauderdale. L. Pafford In Jacksonville and at 13685 N.E.10th Ave., North Miami.
hand to answer questions spectators. also visited her brother, Mr. Pafford.
Debra Douglas Patricia Taibi and Eva Toppi of who had surgery in St.Luke'llIOIIpltaon
I Astoria, Long Island spent a week Wednesday. Also at the Paffords St. Edwards. Newt
visiting Patricia's grandparents, Mr. was a sister, Mrs. Lura Nell Webb of \
James Pate and Mrs. Alfonso Taibi of Graham. Nashville, Ga. t

Also enjoying the girls visit were Gainesville Deanery Meeting
I Wed April 7 Patricia s aunts and uncles Mr. and Mrs. John D. Cash of Sumter,
Mrs. James A. Griffin of Graham and S.C.Visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Antoinette! Coss was reelected
t Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Douglas of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clayton of B. F. Allen Jr. last week. They all Vice President of the Gainesville
Brooker announce the marriage of Hampton Lake and many cousins were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.and Deanery, St. Augustine Diocesan
their daughter Debra Ruth to James from this area. Patricia is a 1977 Mrs. Ben F. Allen HI and family in Council of Catholic Women at the
Colson Pate, son of Mr and Mrs. Sam graduate of Bradford High School and Glen St. Mary. meeting held on March 29,at the Fun-
Pate of Wildwood. Is now working in New.York City. ny Farm Restaurant In Chlefland.
The couple exchanged vows Saturday Mrs. Bruce Davis of Arcadia was Mrs. Claire Brunetti attended as
7:30 p.m. In the First Mrs. N. K. Hurst has returned to last week guest of Mrs. E. M. Davis. Family Affairs Chairman of the
JROTC cadet drill team members are (l-rt)t Seay, Saxon. Perkins Slocum. a AprilChurch I In Leesburg with a her home in Indianapolis, Ind. after They attended a farewell party for Deanery
! Pete, Blanken hlp. Ferguson Dahnke and Captain Chuck Colbert unit commander reception following .in the church spending the winter with her sister, Mrs.P. E. Stone In Archer last Thurs- Reverend Father Patrick Foley
front and center. Fellowship Hall Mrs Clyde Sinclair and Mr. and Mrs. day. Mrs. Stone is moving to :delivered the homily at the Mass con-
I n" y Thcouple will be residing in. T. H.. Slade. Alabama to live with her daughter. celebrated by the Host Pastor Father
Leesburg. Anthony Sebra ; the Deanery
Dr.and Mrs.D.W. Whiffen and son Miss Marcia Goodge, daughter of Moderator, Father Flannan Walsh
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Michael and house guest, Ann Stoll of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Goodge of from Gainesville's Holy Faith parish,
Cologne, Germany spent Sunday at Starke has reeived a four-year Honor and Father Caesar Russo pastor of }
7JtJ 1J.x- . Disney World. While here Miss Stoll Scholarship to Tift College Forsyth St. Mary's parish in Macclenny. t ,
visited classes at BUS. She will Ga. The Bradford High School senior Among special guests were the a
return to her home In Cologne on Fri- is a member of the National Honor Diocesan President, Mrs. Betty

Mrr and Mrs. Robbie Shaller were day after three weeks visit with the Society Societe Honoraire de Franca McpUA Q.J.I1.k: enV'UI Ie srldMrJIa r, ..,.,
.Saturday overnight guests of Mr. andMrs. Whiffens. .." Island'' Soctedad 'Honoraria". "*"Tie, Bair t.laO o!-or-Jaeuonvnr.Airs -
Ogden Bates hi Jacksonville. Hlspanica. She was mentioned in Barrett gave highlights of the
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Talley, Jr. spent the 1978-79 edition of Who's Who Diocesan Convention planned for
Desso Forman of Pensacola spent Easter weekend with their son and among American High School Jacksonville Beach on April 29, 30,
the first of the week with Mr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Talley students and was commended in the and May 1,
Mrs. V. J. 'Spengler and daughter, in Pensacola. National Merit Scholarship program. Mrs. Frances Filewicz was the
Debbie. Miss Goodge will graduate with high guest speaker from St. Petersburgwho

Among those attending the Art honors In June. addressed the group on
and Cadets J. Browning C:, Mrs. George Miller spent Thursdayto Festival at Cedar Keys during the Parliamentary Procedure.Also .
Saucer
1 The Cadet Color Guard Luke. C. Cane D. Hall. In weekend were: Mr. and Mrs. Douglas attending the meeting from St.
w Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller and sons Hardy, Mrs. Dolly Simpson Mr. and '"The absent have a ringing in Edward's In Starke were Mrs. Carol! ;i I
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Jacksonville.Rev. Mrs.Millard Judd and daughter Mrs. Ashline, Mrs. Josephine Cumber, ''t
John Stringer and daughter, Rebeccaof the ears when they are talked Mrs. Ann Gingras Mrs. Anne Samons I
and Mrs. T. A. Steele and Pleasant Hill, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. J. about Pliny the Elder and Mrs. Dolores Meng.
family of Lutz Fla. were weekend E. Hardy, Peggy Godwin- Patsy
guests of Mrs. W B. Mundy Silcox, Nancy Roberts, Janet Turner,

._borMotho, Donna Gruen, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman
With A Gift Register, HI Mr and Mrs. Larry
From Utl', Crawford, Bib Wilson Jr., Hjalmar
For Mother's D.y Mc.\'tflUanandMr.\ and Mrs. G. K. Ely. EITIPHflSIS


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Russell Snyder of Miami was Mon-
Members of Elks atten-
Lodge 1802
day overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs.,
ding the district clinic in Live Oak on
Jerome Johns. ,
Sunday were: George Dominianni,
.
Nealy McConnell, Jr., V.A.Nichols, .;:-
I The cadet military police team .on duty In the rear parking lot of the John Warren and George W. Brown. RonwmfcorMothor
fairgrounds.: WIth A Gift COST OF REGULATIONIS

Mrs. Jimmy Crosby, Sr is home f- ". From 1.41.5F.M.th.rsDay MORE THAN ;

after undergoing surgery last PUTTING MAN ON ..
Bradford JROTC Cited for Wednesday In Baptist Hospital. .' "j .- THE MOON!I IA .' "" '

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Washington University r < .
professor has calculated ..
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Help with County Fair f Nrenv the annual cost of regula CiJ
.... ., : I .,. : tion to be $97.9 billion: ;;> : II:
"" It about$25 billion ( ', .
cost to
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Cadet Captain Chuck Colbert, per- ,; .I o
The Bradford Junior Reserve orflcers' h ;' 4'' ':
1' the .
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in- f", ; put a man on moon.
formed of movements \' '
variety \
(JROTC) a '
Training Corps Jt!
Wedon'tquarrelwtthall ;! ". 3"
Present Arms, Right .
cluding J '
played a great role in the Bradford. --, '
1. {'I regulation Some price. safety i.
Shoulder Arms, and the legendaryOld
County Fair this year as well as in Guard ', If and operating regulation Is necessary, In recent years ?; F, .b
previous years according to Cadet > however there has been flood of ". "
Duties of the new military police ;, a new regulation ; 11'
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public Captain information William J.officer.Chastain. unit unit varied from overall security to S Sy Much of It contradictory Overlapping.: Counter. wl';? ''I if" ,-<

the parking of cars. The military 'c., productive. ass
es
Activities in which the JROTC
ticipated this included the par-flag police unit, working with Police Chief 6 Example:There are 427 boards agencies. commls- .
year
the Cadet Color Jimmy Bowen and the Starke Police along councils and bureaus that have energy-related .
Guard raising a ceremony small exhibition by by the Drill Department did a fine Job. ,accordingto authority under the auspices of the new federal Department "( ii''
Team, the utilization of the new Cadet Chief Bowen. of Energy The Code of Federal Regulationsthat ,.'__f,
Military Police Unit by the Starke "They did a fantastic Job. I don't ..r.i NI lists all federal regulations Is now,73000() pages and ,< 4 r
Police Department, and a very Informative know what I would have done without growing by 5000 pages a year. '\' s '

booth set up by the Unit, spon- them" the chief said. 9t
sored the Parents Organization.The The fair booth set up by the Unit :
by was manned constantly by cadets WHAT DOES THIS MEAN TO YOU? ,

exhibition flag raising ceremony both held and at drill 11 who handed out brochures about the t- '..' .. e Slmplyput.aboutS2.000of 11 4
team were
and answsered farA"tiii #. _, the gross Income of a family of y
JROTC program -t. :
a.m. Wednesday Just before the ribbon :: ._tie ; '.t
cutting symbolizing the openingof many questions from spectators.,. '; ; four goes to pay the costs JiW to-.
this year's fair. The Cadet Color "I. would like to personally congratulate r of regulation which era hidden'In : ';,
Guardcommanded by Cadet CaptainJan every Individual involvedfor ;;;, 'I'.' -'. L + In the price of every product 'r. '.

? Saveer'; executed the flag rais- a Job well done," said Cadet Captain /I i;;; a you buy. Including your f

ing. The cadet drill team, headed by Chastain.PERSONALS ............-. p k monthly utility bills.There's ..
,I' .. one thing about the rt \
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Mr. ahd Mrs. Randy Cory were Mrs. V J. Spengler attended a' tiketofeellivelier ,. ,. J* tz :
I visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. March of Dimes board of directors, i i i J( 'Maybe lose weight a i CUT BACK. CUT OFR "
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Carl E. Cory in Edgewater over the'weekend. meeting In Lake City last Friday. :' : ,,... J ; faster?Try PEPSTEP! ., T i .. > CUT DOWN TO SAVE. I! I l ,,% P !
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attended the 50th ': will \
They anniversary : "'jo,. Higher prices mean higher prices: 1, t
i The devCI
reception Sunday honoring t.m.mb.r Moths exercise plan : for Just about everything. Gasoline. ;

hid parents. WI/A A Gift oped for us by a leading carR '.v-:t.. : q-; : Heating Plastic! Fertilizers. Pest!. I' t."k" t':
:: From'..10'1 diologist. You do the exercwng on'jour Wo.notat our' % ."l'fI'! ', > .;.. ''arr. i I cldes Electricity.: :. 4 !p
and Mrs. Frank Starling and." ..,Merh.'a Day .. h.: regular meetings. Its optional, easyfruui fun!.3s l\- ::r" .. 5 ,:. .' '): : LowsulphurreslduatdLthekindJPLuwstopror ." ... :. '
family visited their : due *%of ha Increased \s I{
of Panama City our electricity
Mr. Mrs. James ) t 1
and I '
and !
-J Biggs el" (l'J'' 1 1TheAuthonty II ., perDerrel
patents; Mr. and Mrs. W, L'Thomas: family of Atlantic Beach were WElGlfrYMTOtEl\S' from S234 (January 1969)) to $ll45Ioda't ;'
and Mr. and Mrs. Joe, S. Starling Regular. sulphur/ went from $1.92pet'bftmttoS14,03. 1'!
weekend of her \
guests parents Mr. : ., "" a (t j
Thursday to Saturday. .' ;: Stefanelft. Meaningful conservation will help There..pamphlets /< I -
and Mrs
Henry were '
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"a. ,:' : how to"cut down on"automobile .. :
Joined on Sunday by Mr, and Mrs. o ; : on Usage: "' '
Mr. and Mrs. John Williams and Albert Stefanelli and Mr. and Mrs. : Find out about PEPSTEP at:. ,'; And electricity usage.! You brat boo cHow, k> 4 '
son,John of Titusville spent Thursdayand ; save money on your electric any FPL! office '
Robert Caruso and of Jacksonville 'I
family R
Friday with his parents, Mr. and .fC. CENTER Pratt Street 'Monday 1 p.rn. : ? + l 1:1: \

Mrs,!Mack Williams. 'C WEIGHT WATCHfBS INTt INC 1.T. 'OWNBWO! THE M '. :" ..... t r' ';. I'{}

(mombor Mother Mrs. R. A. Green and Mrs. Cecelia WEIGHT WATCHCHS a PCP9TEP TRAO5MARKa. .....--.... .,..; ,
With A Gift Democratic ar attended 'ay state For More Information Call '. .:' .f J' '1\;( ,-_.._ 1.'I '1.l1'' : .Ji
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" 'l2tC 'C tCJCi2tClI2tC te: ObituariesArnold tC. 'C 1ft2 Two Year Olrf Rnv-Injured.- -., -- Dies "

" E.T nn yU Mrs Maria Window Naples, Ma., Rhoden Gaum; fc timer, two-year-old was the son of
\"r. Mrs. Emma Grant, Windham, Ma., Gunter of Hampton: 2 Odora III and Barbara Willis
\ Arnold E. Tenney, 63 of Keystone and Mr. Frances Hunt Marlon Gatlin Jr. and David of 7502 NE 39th St. and the
I' Heights, died suddenly at his home Briitol.Conn.? and two granchildren.James both of Hampton; paternal $ d on of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Odom
Monday afternoon from an apparent parents Mr. and Mrs. W.R.. GatBn Starke.
heart attack. V.Ca__.Tt Starke; and maternal ... grandson of the Odom's
i Funeral services have been set for Mrs. Bertha Rhoden of Melrose. killed in an accident in Starke on
It Thursday April 26 at 11 a.m. in the James V. "Jimmy" Cannon 76, of Graveside funeral services 28. 1m. Charles Merrill Odom,
Melrose First United Methodist Starke, died Friday evening in the held at B p.m. Wednesday In was born In 1970. died when an
Church with Rev. Dennis White of Bradford County Hospital followingan Cemetery at Theressa with struck the gc-cart In'
ficiating. illness of 3 months. He was born in Thomas P. Poston oIfi laUng. he and Leslie William Morris,
Interment will be In the Eliam Sylvester Ga., July 23, 1903; movedto C.Jones Funeral Home of Starke riding near Market Road In
Cemetery in Melrose under the direction Starke In the early 0's from Winter in charge of the arrangements. Morris was also killed
of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Haven. Fla. A barber by trade Mr.
Home. Cannon formerly operated the Bradford %* %
Mr. Tenney was born In Casco, Barber Shop and was more Gocpel Stag Saturday i iMs
Maine on Dec.23. 1915 and lived In recently employed at the Plaza Card of Thanks Gospel sing will be held at the
Gainesville for 30 years before moving Barber Shop.lie was a member of the Community Center in
to Keystone Heights in lV78. First Baptist Church. We would like to express our -
28,at 7:30 .
on Saturday April ::
Daphne Scott .
and appreciation to Dr.
He was a retired carpet salesman Survived by a half brother, Roy The Kingdom Quartet from Mac- .
with the Carpet Barn and formerly Hancock of Winter Haven Fla. the Bradford County Hospital will be featured. :.".. .
owned the Tenney Tile and Paint Funeral services were held at 2 the members of Pine Valley
served
Store. He was an Army veteran of p.m. Monday, April 23, in the DeWittC. and all of the friends for will be during New Parole OfficerMs. ;.: ;
WW II and was a member of the Jones Funeral Home Chapel with thoughtfulness, food and flowers :'
Melrose First United Methodist Rev. Ben P. Bryant pastor of the the passing of our sister and be in attendance of other and gospel every groups one Is Daphne B. Scott has been appointed -..: .
Mae Combs. Parole and Probation Officer -
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Church.He First Baptist Church, officiating. I a : ;
is survived by his wife. Burial was in Hope Cemetery at The family of Herman Rosemary Hoffman Tenney; 2 Theresa : Grove to Hold Gospel Sing I In Bradford, Baker.and Union Coun-s-:; ....:
daughters, Mrs Dianne Wilcox of tCt2 Grove Congregational I ties .. ';
Keystone Heights and Mrs. Infant Linda Kanve Gall In Church will hold a gospel A native of Jacksonville Ms. Scott;:/
Rosemary Smith of Deland; 5 llomrcomlng Aa First baptist Saturday, April 28 at 7:30: p.m. I graduated from Florida Memorial.,, "
brothers, Guy Tenney of Casco Infant Linda Ranee Gatlin age 6 Church of Ralford Gospel Echoes will be the 4 College in Miami,with degree in\Jr-s s: :
Ma.Alton and Franklin Tenney of weeks of Hampton, died suddenly at First Baptist Church of Raiford singers. ban I Services and Social Welfare,. ,
Gainesville; Melvin Tenney of home in Hampton on Rhoden Road observe Homecoming on will be served. I formerly employed at Alaehua Coon-3;.:.,?
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Briston Conn., 5 sisters Mrs. Gainesville March 7.1979. Strickland will be guestspeaker. Grove Church is located 2 worked with a community service,; :
Arlene Smith, St. Petersburg, Mrs. Survived by her parents,Marlon R. There will be dinner on the north of Florida State Prison at agency in Miami as an out-reach. .......
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.t.. ,,' ;> Southside Elementary Ngivs/ :
Dates to remember the grandmother of Iwo of,out boys the a &dev is.HUB roomtt Boing a unit LUNCH MKMU! LA L., 4
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and a former music teacher, has man, bheila Shanon. Iris Smith,Greg "Spring'* on this heart ud to male*it more in- Aprtl3O-Mayo r' ".".
-A riJ.* .AU students entering a graciously volunteered to play the Wiggins Louise O'Ouinn, Joseph by Jefl Sherman tcreetlng Patti Browder brought a ,
Bradford County School for the nrt piano for th*play. Spencer Joey Dawklns, Donate Spring is here! cow's heart for the students to ex Menlo April 30 8r-BH on but.
time who will be in either May 4 aD fourth grade will take afield Davis Arnie Evans, Tamn bring is there I II I amine. French Me*, buffered. .. corn cttraft
kindergarten or first grade an encouraged trip to St. Augustine by bus. Honiker, Sheila Henderson, Slim Hire spring fruit cup,milk.Tuesday. .
to register at the school lln Map 5 Starke Elementary will Martin Angela Manning Manhall It tastes like a pearl SFCC RegistrationEnds
their neighborhood. Southaide would haw its May Festival to be held at the Phillips, Stefan Wheeler, and Sharon Spring is here! May I Sliced turkey lit* ', "
like parents to register students between Pratt Street Park from 5 to 9 p.m. Woods. The "Superstars" for this Spring is there 1 gravy. mashed potatoes iiI orange, ., '1
the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 3:30: This is a fun evening under tM] direc week are: Slim Martin, Joseph Flowers smell fresh in the non- May 1 oatmeal cookies, rolls milk. .,f
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P' tion of the Starke Elementary! PTA Spencer Sharon Woods, Kim Norman polluted air! ; Wednesday May 2 1/2 boiled egg.imacaroni ,. I",.
rU 28,at 4 p.m.on Channel the and Is the school's main money Angela Manning, Tammieifoniker There will be final registration for & cheese, sliced tomato ;; .
Re nal Spelling Bee will be broad- raising event of the year. South lde and Sheila Henderson.\ "My Bunny1' the Spring Term in Starve on April 30 green limas. pineapple tidbits, :'f .:
cos& lib our school entry. Monica plans to support this event by selling by Drew Davis and May 1 from 8:00: a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Biscuit, milk.Thursday. ,
M.owsJd. participating. Be sure to tickets at Southaide School that The Super fepeuers m Mrs. Carolyn I have a bunny Students may register at the Starke ,.
watch on Saturday, April 28. students may purchase In advance of Canova's first grade are: Mel Sum- He's white and red :' Office for all SFCC classes, 1ncludingthose May 3 Chicken salad '
.May 1,all day Is the date set for the the date. merlin, Randy Milton, Kim Fowler, Sometimes he acts funny at the main campus In Gaines turnip greens, carrot sticks' applesauce ,::
Southside Art Festival under the May 3 Southside report cards will Celeste Carter, Shawn Swain Chris And he never goes to bed. ville.No appointment Is necessary for biscuit milk. j
direction of Mrs.Joy Norman parent be sent home with the students.These Lee, Malisa Sarnt, Dana Williams He plays at night and sleeps in the Bradford residents who register here. .
volunteer.' Lines will be strung bet cards reflect grades and work done Eva Hodge. Bruce Fowler, Shana day.He'll. The dates of the Spring Term are Friday. !May 4 Hot dog on bun, cabbage I;.;c
ween the posts of the walkways at during the fifth six-weeks of this Bellamy, Chad Whitaker, Dwane be In a fight if you're in his way. May 1 through June 18. slaw,French fries plums,milk. ". ." ff
Southside to hold the art entrys. school year. Allen, and Devin Jackson. It's with him that I like to playt! '
Map 3 at 7:30: p.m. is the date for May 3,the kindergarten classes of f :;:d
the PTA meeting and Spring Musical Mrs. Charlene Ennis and Mrs. Susan News from Ms. Phyllis Goldberg's "My Puppy and I" Wolbert Wilson Named Bank DirectorsThe
Program. After a short business Nichols-Mrs. Mary Agnes Ferguson fifth grade: The students whose work by Chrlita Jacobsen : .-
meeting In which the new officers for will go on a field trip to Gainesville. Is so neat that they get to write in ink M; puppy and I are the best of Community State Bank of moving to its new building 18 months '
PTA.for the upcoming year of 1979-80 They will go to the Mr. Donut Shjop are: Lynn Holtzendorf Marie friends. Starke is happy to announce the elec ago,the Bank felt a need to expand Its f
will be nominated the Southside and to the Santa Fe Zoo. Doughman, Tom Watson, Tracy Our friendship-never ends. tion of J.J. Wolbert and William Board so that It could better serve Its'I".
students will perform Pinocchio May 10 the kindergarten classes of Rowan, Jeff Sherman, Laura Garcia We play hours and hours a day. Wilson to its Board of Directors. customers and the growing need of
under the direction of Miss Esther Mrs. Laurie Mullins, Mrs. Beulah Paula McKinney Richard O'Steen When we play chase,well,he always Due to the growth of the Bank since this community. !
Cease music teacher. Lennon, and Ms. Cyndee Lawrencewill Jennifer Johns, Michelle Hall, and; gets his way.
All the grades, from kindergarten take their filed trip to the Mr. Monica Maslowski. The Extra Effort My puppy and I are the best offriends. New River VFD and Fish Fry SaturdayThe : ': I
through the fifth grade are involved in Donut Shop and the Santa Fe. Zoo in Express riders are Lynn Holtzendorf BBQ ,
this production of Pinocchio.: The program Gainesville Paula McKinney, Jim Hayes, anJMonica .I promise you our friendship shall newly formed New River reports they have around 400 Ibs. of H i
will be performed three times, News from Mrs. Donna Gruen's Maslowski. Good Spellers of never end! Volunteer Fire Department will sponsor mullet and about 200 lb!. of pork just I
once on Wednesday morning May 2 fourth and fifth grade room: Good the week are: John Cox, Laura Gar- Mrs.Sandra Duncan's fifth grade a bab-b-que and fish fry Saturday, right,for cooking so come on out and
for part of the school, on Thursday spellers are Increasing in number as cia, Lynn Holtzendorf, Jennifer room has planted a garden on the April 28,from 4 p.m. til...... eat and enjoy.
night, May 3 for the PTA and on Fri this week's list shows. Perfect scores Johns, Monica Maslowski, Richard school grounds near their classroom. Skeet shooting will be at 2 p.m for All cooking will be done by the .,
day morning. May 4. for the rest of were made by Lorrie Cason Sherry O'Steen Jeff Sherman,and Tom Wat- They have vegetables and flowers those persons Interested in par volunteer firemen so come out to the : '
the school. Mrs. Margie Thompson.! lervalina.Penny Jefferson,Kim Nor- son. Poetry from Room 23: which will be watched carefully by all ticipating. The Fire Department Lea Whitehead farm, SR-235, site of ; >(
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2BR IB CKt*i.. &.5OO tanks, good drinking' water 9648486. Ilchg /26 '. HIM' Jackson,.. Building Supply, ".., Phone 496-3967 owner ; r'o "f'"lHrs f ; t'

Hwy West-3BR, I IB, on. ocre good terms. Phone YARD SALE Starting 4/26, 9 .. ..' Sto ". or Keystone Hti I "' 'r evening Itpd 4/26 .." ""...".9 :

3BR, I 3/4 both. concrete i block nlc. on. acre lot 904-971-9419. 3/29 9lpd' 4/26 a.m. to 9 p.m. 368 N. CherrySt. PALMS APARTMENTS Furnished SIGN TFchg PAINTING Fast ',"00.1.'S.I. .$'lEi.. .' !. MOBILE HOMES Why pay n. .. '

with large oaks. CONSOLE STEREOs AM/FM, ., 3 famllle sale. Itpd efficiencies and I BR day service. See Rudy one at .... ..... ..n more? Buy direct from fac SHELL HOME :29x25: buy.

B track. good condition. 4/26 apt,. weekly or monthly. Waldo Flea' Market. Friday THREI BEDROOM blockhouse tory. Large election of 24, must relocate. Phone Jonet;
HAMMOND SPINET ORGAN
Phon. Sheila 9 to M. Starling Broker lawtey, :r.
964-6309.
NEW FURNISHED STUDIOS 40x40 block 14, 12 wide. STARKE HOME
Sat, Sunday and Monday garage.
with rhythm and one fingerchords. ) 782-3931 7823896. 4/l9L;?:
FARMS & ACREAGE 5 or
weekdays. TFpd .
monthly only. 2313 N. Tempi TFchg Three BR mobile horn on CENTER. US 301 North. Open ';
Excellent condition. 2tchg 4/26 -
3BR with 4 acres Hwy 16 West SPECIAL PRICES, on nursery CallT. *. Stork. TFchgKITCHENETTES ALCOHOLICS 3.2 acre, with I 1/2 acre 9 to dusk I to 6 Sunday. .
stock: Azaleas, gal. cans I year old. Price SI .495. IY OWNER Brick home with
Phone Phone 9648741. TFchg
4BR 28 Con Blk, with 10 acres and 2 barns. $1.90 each 18".24"; Fruit H. Bement. 964-6439.1221 and sleepingrooms ANONYMOUS! Phone fish pond. $47.900. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living "
TV AC. maid ser'- 964-9148 or 964-6982. TFchg 964-6287 TFcha1978"TRIPLE VA/FHA HOMEs 3 .
4 acres with well & driveway. Lowtey area trees; Boxwood 10"-19". Bradford St., Stork. Mpd room dining room on SR
vice and CROWN mobile bedroom. 2 bath. CH/A,
Weekly monthly. SEWING
? ocrifyJiil.Dh of Starke. 126SIGN MACHINES 230. I mile from hospital. :
IS"-18" See
$1.90 $2. our
and Includes 3 ton 1.730 ft.. frame, $30'i.
Restaurant 1260.
lounge REPAIRED All makes cleaned home .q.
PAINTING Fast, Pleas. call for
one
7 available. Underwood Phon. 964.5200 W. J. Trlgg. ,
oiled and AC 7000. .
5 acreS Si.000.Easy Terms. $9.90 and $6.95. Shade day tervke. See Rudy at adjusted. $7. 964-8878 or 964-6701. TFchg '
,
Flea Market. Motel 3 1/2 miles North of Work guaranteed. JamesStrickLand days only. 4i 19 2tchg 426Keystone Hampton. 468-1642. TFchg .
Paved circle drive.WATERFRONT Waldo Friday
t'/t
4BR 28 Con Blk. with acres trees, hedge plants .
I Stark. US 301 IFchg corner MorganRd .. .... --..- '4
camellias, pot plants, hong. Sat. Sunday. Monday. .-... ------ -- -- - -- ::; -
MIMOSA MANOR mobile
and Hwy 16. TFchg p
boskets and TFchg
,
Ing many home mobile home EMPlOYMENTl The Clay
park REMODELING, BUILDING
more. O. C. CARNES CHAIN LINK FENCE Area Rds
and for rent Phone County Board of County
spaces REPAIRS! New kitchen,
NURSERY. SR 100 at material. Do It yourself and
IBR I B Con Blk house only 2 years old on Sampson lake Commissioner taking ij
468-2912. 3/22 are
Florahome. 23 mile SE ofStok. save. Installation available TFchgKITCHENETTES baths, 'family room Brick LOANS AVAILABLEtAny EMPLOYMENTS The Clay' :
One acre on Crosby Lake In restricted area.circe : One BRapartments applications for the position.
block concrete.
Fireplace
.. Phone 659.2165. Free eitimote HandyMan home County Board of County ?
amount or venture.
lake-SI4SOO. of Clerk under the
100 fro&alJfexl.C&iby pool TV, AC. specialists Griffls Construc Deputy
4/12 TFchgBURGLAR Fence Co. 964 8999. TFchg Ethel G Botchelder Rt.2. Commissioners are taking
utilities Included Totally Title II CETA Program. In':
lion. Phone 4732108 or .
AND FIRI PATIO COVERS 10x20 $179 applications for the positionof
COMMERCIAL furnished. Weakly monthly 473-2978. TFChgBRADFORD Box 409, Keystone Heights' order to .qualify for thitposltioln !
ALARMS Residential andcommercial. of Technician
unlnsfalled. Limited lupply. Right Way
Fl.32656. licensed
rates. TEMPLE MOTEL. 880 Mortgage must: I 1)) Be a:
you
Free estimates.DON GATOR ALUMINUM 4620 SEPTIC TANK under the Title II CETA Pro
Large service station with remodeled offices. Equip. Included HILL SECURITY NW 13th St.,. Gainesville, N. Temple Ave Starke. SERVICE! Bradford residential Broker Phone "' -258'. gram In order to qualify' for resident of Clay County; 2)),. ,
2/15.TIn.
Phone 964-7397 4,12 4lpd Meet employment.guidelines / .
210 Hwy 301. SYSTEMS. 473-3949. TFchg 372-9767 TFchg pump-outs $45. Com this positloln you must: 1)Bea )
218 frontage on Hwy 301 -Service Station pumps and tank.nclud.d VACUUM Cl.IANIRStClearance HAY FOR SALE Round bole 9/3 merclal and Industrial Fully CASH FOR GOLD Sterling resident of Clay County; 2)) of the CETA Program -, ,

Sate, overstock KINGSISV LAKE HOUSE 3 licensed. Phone 964-8121, Jewelry diamonds, coin, Meet employment ; 3)Be) economically..
SIS each. Arthur Catkin.
301 North 150'x200' lot with small blk. b.drooms. extra large TFchg dental gold. Will, visit. your dlsodvontaged4)Have I ; ) -::
Hwy con. bldg. ed. Every brand. Expert Phone 782.3140. TFchg guidelines of the CETA Progoml
bathhouse, rent by week. home general office skills, dlcto.-:!
Great Location.Mobil. repair service. Al Young MOBILE HOME WASHING) anywhere. Mr. Rltt- 3)Be) economically .

Home Pak-l2 1 acres included 8 mobil. homes. 964-6918. US 301 North 2 1/2 LIMEROCKi Phone Allen 782 Taylor.3172, Phone; 933-2354 alter 1 p.m. Free estimates. Phone John man. 479-1089.2/1 tfnchg. disadvantaged. If you feel, lion record-keeping skills.*:::':.
Lawtey. 4/19 4/26 If feel ; :
Room lor .expansion. miles. 4/19 2tpd 4/26 after 6 2tpd Brown Mobile Home Service BINGOt American legion you may qualify' apply at you you may qualify
weekday
p.m. or bedroom. Community -
HOUSE TRAILER 3
: apply at Clay County :
FENCING All kind, hog anytime weekends. TFchg Keystone, 473-3779. Post 202. Sunday 2.5 Clay County Community Services .
I 1/2 baths convenient to Services. 91 9 Walnut
MOBILE BUILDING wire, welded wire, barbwire 4/26 4tchg 9/17 915 Walnut Street
HOME OR LOTS 'p.m.Saturdoy; 7 Public
BAHIA HAYs p.m.
Argentina hopping center No pet or Street, Green Cove Springs.Fl. ,
J. WILSON BLACKTOP SER
wood chain link; free Green Cove Springs, Fl.I tpd
lnvlted.9tpd 4/26.
highly 'fertilized. Phone children,' Phone 964-8810. Itchg 4/26 .
VICES 'for
these lots can be purchased for as LOW as 19% down. estimates. Manning Fence 964-6071 TFchgWATSON'S Itchg 4/26 looking a new LAKE LOTS FOR 4/26 EMPLOYMENTS The '
Clay
Co., 473-4822 Keystone. driveway reasonable? All EMPLOYMENT The Clay
HOUSE OF TWO BEDROOM apartment.near work guaranteed. Phone SAlEKeystone Heights' Commissioners County Board of. County

I or I 1' ; acre lots Hwy 100W TFchg KENMORE WASHER AND VACUUMS Many brands of' school partly furnish 7823991. Repairs for old Beautifully, wooded lots on County taking for ore the Commissioner are taking
applications
lots with well & septic as low as 3495. sew vacuum. Used ed or unturmihed Contact driveways. 4/26 clear sand bottom lake. applications for the positionof
DRYER Heavy duty I year Itchg position of Research
old dryer 5 yr. old washer: machines available. Parts Tackle' Box, 341 N. Tempi BABYSITTING DONE In my Good terms or discount for Analyst under the Title II Maintenance Helper' ,

Paul H. Faulkner-Realtor both In excellent running and accessories for jail Ave.. Slarke Itpd 4/26 home, all ages, day or cash.1 to 5 acres with nice CETA Program. In order to under the Title II CETA Pro

Susan M. Bokken. Realtor condition. $229 for both. vacuum systems. 404 NW Redecorated Small 2 Bdr week. Phone 782-3991 trees overlooking lake from qualify for this position you gram. In order to qualify for

Evenings 964-6172 I 10th Ave., Gainesville, 1 426BRAND 3500. $900 down$90 this position you must: I lBea
1530 W. tchq
James Jones resident of
must 1)Be) a Clay
phone 3767110. TFchg Home, 'fenced yard central .. .. .., ... .. ... .. .... month Commercial lots : resident of Cloy County 2))
K1. on
Madison, Apt. Itpd County; 2)) Meet employment
H/A Stove & Ret Furnished 'iii ..
REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene DO DROP IN Bargain House 1. P',' '' '' '' SR-21 available. Meet employment
4/26 ;" { i North guidelines of the CETA
Faulkner-Eve. 964-5142 SIDEWALK SALEs April US 301 South. We buy and $100.00 Security $170.00 f J: 'is'. Owner.Salesman. 473-4379. Program; 3)Be) economicallydisadvantaged guidelines of the CETA Program -''
,
Phono 964-9294. .
Vada M. Settles-Eve. 964-9944 26.27,28. Several electric sell used furniture. Phone p/mo. .. .... ". .. ", 'w'" .. 2/22 tfnchg. ; 4)Have) ; 3)) B* economically
Julie L. Grilfis-Eve. 64-7419 appliances and TV games. 964-6740, 9 to S Itchg 4/26. 5 ACRES 214 general systems analysisand dlsodvontaged4)) Have

Nearly' new. Other odds and Mon.-Thurs.. 9 to 6 Fri. and NEW FURNISHED Studio NEW 79 Courier on' nearKeystone journalism skills. If you basic building and

end. 416 N. Walnut St.. Sot. 31 I TFchgSKAMPER Apt. Monthly only Ranger XLT At Tinted Heights, $300 feel' you may qualify applyat maintenance skills. If you

Starke. Itpd 4/26 fold.down Available May 2. Palms Glass, western mirrors, step down. $89.81 per month. Cloy County Community feel you may qualify apply' -

BRASINGTON ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER $100. camper, sleeps 8. $700 or Apts. 4/26 2tchg 53.iiri. bumper 2300cc Eng. $6100. Phone 473-4058 or 473-4367 S.rvle..915 Walnut Street at Clay County Community

Cadillac Oldsmobile and manual typ.wrlt.r.115. best offer. Phone 964-7999. Terwillegar Motors 206 W. after 6 p.m.3/29 tfnchg Green Cove Springs Fl. Services, 915 Walnut Street

Phone 944)741.) Itpd 4/26 4/192tpd4/26 ; Madison St.. 964-7200 llehg FOR SALE! Worm castings. Itchg 426EMPLOYMENT Green Cove Springs, Fl.
Sales & Service SEVERAL ITEMS 2 big Dut. 4/26. 351b. bags .$1.90-479-1417. Itchg 4/26
MUST SELL Going oversea j ) The Clay
Fine Stleetvm Of Usrd 1979 Bethany pop.up camp chman pullet .feeders for 600 ., "Co, d''.. t 79 Courier 7' Box, step 4tpd 4/9-26 County Board of County EMPLOYMENT! The Cloy

ft. houses, $750 each 80 .. .... .
Cars Taken On '" AM radio air County Board of County
trailer sleeps 6. many exIros. bumper FOR RENT 2 BR house, furnished Commissioners are taking
B-ft $1.50 each If
Cail\Uat\ Tradet 'Kalph Bryan ', Phone 964.6430. Itpd waterers take all 16 20" fans GOOD PRICES PAID for used tinted glass AT 2300ccEng' on Lake Geneva. Call application for the positionof Commissioners' are taking .
''/26I you ; $5600. Terwillegor Motor Information' Center applications for the positionof
2001 N.W:13378-5301 with 1HP motor used mobile homes If mortgage I Is .73.2..55. tfnchg 3/29.
Real Eqtate 206 W. Madison St. Receptionist under the TitleII Draftsperson under the
GAINESVILLE! very little, $15 each. Phone 3/4 paid or more OLIN'S FOR SALE CB House,3-4 Title II CETA Program. In
2305 N. Temple AV'Stark MOBILE HOME SALES. 964-7200. "Itchg 426. CETA Program. In order to
964.-7S24 alter" 4 p.m. Itchg b.droom'I'both I on order to qualify for this position .
NORTH CAROLINA I *, Fla. 4/26 964-5606. Open 7 day DODGE Royal Monaco. SR-100 south$50.000 3 qualify for this position you .
on must: lBe) a resident
must: 1)) Be a resident of you
Phone 964-8718 condition.
MOUNTAINS SOFA: large, 2 piece, box weekly. TFchgWANTEDI 1976. good Payolfcar acres. Call 964-9779. 4tchg Clay' County2); ) M..t.mploym.nt of Cloy County 2)Meet)
Mobile horn axle or take up payments.
corner light blue velvet 4/12 -9/3 employment guidelines of
3.5 ACRESTRACTS.fantastic of
view Office open Monday thrSaturday I Lilliu (:. IVarM originally cost $1900 asking and tire*. Will pick up.OLIN'S Phone 964-6337 after 6 p.m. ASPHALT PAVING Driveways the DETA Program guidelines; 3)Be) the CETA Program, 3)) Be

9 5 p.m. Sunday $49O. Good condition.,,Also MOBILE HOME TFchn lot economically disadvantaged '
KEA 1.1 OK qnd parking *
overlooking valleys. This economically; ,.djsadvontoged -
appointment. central gas heater. Phone SALES. 944,606., Open 7, 1977 FORD COURIER''With'tapper. "timeYocVano4 fil1di'rt.'Lond.veapITIg ) skills.li4hlrtffceiikills ; 4)) Have a minimum 2
tract would make a dandy Hov..rec.ptlon .
mini farm. Has a large log -3BR, 2Both block In town I.AH 'I IKl.M.OfinHandyman: \ 96"-7816.) Itchg 4/26 dots a week, TFchg Phone 964-8997 and grading. Free 'end bookkeeping -' year.'d.greeiAS.,,Alof'Orof-.
TOP CASH PAID for
7"3HOtI PRICE Itpd 4/26 If feel
estimates. Call 473-2914 or office machines ting. you you may
barn also hot and -6 4 4BR-Hampton
spring acres coins, sterling dental' gold. 1975 DODGE .
CAMPER: 279 qualify apply at Clay County :
hot creek that Paved road. 964-7813 after 5 pm. 4tchg usage. If you feel you may.
even a runs .
GF
Special: Two rings scrap jewelry c.i. PS&H. AM/FM. 4/12 9/3 qualify. apply at Cloy County Community Services 915
thru property. Borders a e26 acres waterfront bedroom house, 5000. HOMEOWNERSDEBTS chains, optical frames cassette, air shocks, CB. fog Services, 915 Walnut Street Green Cove
Community
paved highway. A steal at Grandin.T.rm.. watch bands, etc Phone J. lights, sun roof $3.900 NEW MOBILE HOME R.V. Walnut Street. Green Cove Spring., Fl. Itchg 4/26 .

only $8500. Good terms e2 to 10 acres-Severo 3 BR frame on 1.6 acres, PRESSING? R. Bullington. 964-6250 Phone 964-8969. Itpd 4/26 PARTS STORE also Fl. 4/26
Itchg
$2100 down assume loon. location.-T.m.. paved road. Needs repair. TFchg 1973 FORD FIDO pickup 6 Whirlpool GE RCA parts. Springs EMPLOYMENT The Clay .

Two rental house In Good terms. 12800. MONEY FOR ANYWORTHWHILE FEMALI. RIDER: cylinder standard trans,. WHEELERS b.tw..nK.y.ton..M.Io. FOR SALE Keystone County Board of County :

MOUNTAIN CABIN approximately town. CAUSE Starke, Gainesville, work LWB. $1 .250. Phone Heights. New 3 BR, 2 Bath Commissioners ore taking .

on. ac,.. 14.9 acres & 9BR Cop. Older' 2-story frame 9 BR 1 hou.. 8 o.m to "::30 p.m VA 7823010. Itchg 4/26 479-2401. tfnchg 4/19. wood and stucco home. All applications 'or the positionof .

Dandy garden spot. This I.a Is Cod. BA $29.000 terms. Applications by phone1st Hospital vicinity. Phone 1961 DODGE VAN: slant six FOR SALE: 1973 Scout II. appliance Included Central Clerk, under the Title II .

handy man special Building lots-ln town I HOME t INCOME: Comfortable and 2nd mrg. loanson 964.6240. I tpd 4/26 standard silver with good Four-wheel drive. Good H/A wall to wall CETA Program. In order to .

because It Is not finished out. Older frame home 9 residential' and commercial tires, nice insfde. $1095, CallI condition. Power brakes carpet.1,219 sq.ft.' plus qualify for this position you

Inside, roughed wired and 12x64 mobile home on rm., 1 ba 50 pecan trees, property. Liberal I Bill at 964.6997 or 964.6305. and steering Air-condition garage.473-4789. 4tod$37,790.419.510.'EMPLOYMENT.Th. Call. must: I)lBe a resident of Clay ..

plumbing completed. waterfront 'lot. 3 rental mobile homes, 1 credit policies. FLP2ESIJsalesperson. I TFpd radio, heat trailer package. Clay County2)Meet; ) employment .
Water and the outside Is Motel S Trailer Parkoneof $2000. Call 4813270. Itpd guildellnes of the CETA Pro- .
extra hook-up Apx. $400 )11977 DODGE ASPEN: Take County Board of County
compl.t.d. large d.ck the best In town and CALL NOW I IJox 4/26 gram; 3)Be) economically .
mo. Income 6 acres [ jp payment and $500. 1978 Commissioners are. taking
overlooking mountains.You making man.y.eNow $69.000 terms Broker- [ Experience ?I TOYOTA CORONA: fully HOME FOR SALE 2 BR application for the positionof disadvantaged; 4)) Have ..

can live In It while you booking for Owner. Mrg. Consultants necessary Full or part J J loaded, take over located In Keystone Club Mechanic/Welder, under skills.general If clerical feel and filing _

finish it up. S miles fromMurphy summer-2BR cottage onKlngsl.y 101 Century 21 Drive time. Retired persons con. I payments. Phone 964-6580. Estates Central' H/A. the Title II CETA Program. In you you mayqualify

22500. $5000 Lake. Furnished 2 BR Mobil. Jax. Fla. ((904)7241290CALL ) sidered Apply In person at IIchq ;t126 473 2183 or 473-4844. 2tpd order to qualify for this position "- Community, apply at Services Clay County 915

dawn assume loon. Tired of. looking? let us Home I 13500. COLLECT I 1'19 26. you must: 1)Be) a resident
on acre Bradford County Walnut Street, Green Cove
l build you a new home with Lie. mrg. brk. of Clay County:2)Meet: )
Springs, Fl. Itchg 4/26
Telegraph 139 W. Call St
,
2.7 ACRES located Class". employment guildellnes of
I on large a "Touch of Watch
4 to 26 acres In Lawtey
i stream real good access. for our Model Home, ..h."Borc.lono" $3,000 terms. 4/12 4tpd 5/3 Starke. between 8.10 o.m. 24x92 DOUBLEWIDE c."tra'-ol the CETA Program; 3)) Be FOR RENT! Mobile home.furnished. _
per acre I Threibedreoms 2 full baths, front kitchen ,,
Monday Friday.LEGALS. economically disadvantaged
} About ene acre gardenarea at the Coun' two bedroom 12
r I awnings, skirted all set up and ready to move in. .only 4)) Hove truck and heavy
: or pasture. Plenty of try Club I 10 SR 230 x 60 pull-out living room.
fronting
acres available.
\ room ta build 3 or 4hou. --- 9995. VA and bonk financing equipment maintenanceand central air and heat nice .
............. and Wilson Rd. 22000.
.... Lays gentle. Large .s....... f repair welding area, beautiful grounds on
Your satisfaction Itneg.J Phone 964-9606 skills. If
shoprecord-keeplng lake. Must see to
trees caver this tract. Plenty I appreciate.
,. of privacy. $5950. $1900 Is our future I 36.39 Acre 1340' US 301 Olm's, Mobile Homes dealerLANDSCAPING you feel' you may qualify Call 473-3244. Five

$96.900 term apply at Clay County Community .
: mile to Keystone
down. Plenty of wild .or.
game Evenings
Services, 915 Walnut
Melrose, Good. 'fair
and good fishing In this Ralph P. Bryan 80 A farm 3 BR 2 Ba home, : Street Green Cove Springs landlords. Itchg ../26BIRCH'S

a.o.Thea.. Realtor 946208Vayne born out-bldg.. 30 pecan I T Fl. Itcha 4/26 _

E. Douglas trees, fenced cross
ore a few of over Irak er-Salesmen ft FILL DIRT'I ,
fenced 150000. 301 North Trail Motel Lawtey IPM PEST CONTROl>
2000 liitings. We have all hone 964-653 REALTOf I

of. listed Office 782-3931 1'30 PM 6 PM
types property
J David Dyal Associate 100 ocr. farm well septic Large Or Small Jobs
from $500 SERVICED
per acre and up. Phone 41-1229 I elec.' Appx. 100 pecan Home 782-3896 OF FLORIDA
I
W. have small tracts; w.
divided .
trees by paved '
alto have several cabins S Dozer Work
houses, old terms etc road. $130poo.o.CII : SMALL ACREAGE. VERY A0102 3 BR. Stucco home RATS FLEAS

Write or call .for free listing EASY TERMS. Zoned Open in Lowtey Shaded lof. .

",ochu,.. You can call free Lowt.; Turn at Rural. Foundations ROACHES

of charge school toward Baptist AOI13 10 ACRES. 'OWNER '
by
1-100-431-7421. Write dialing church. Then right at A010I 2 Room efficiency FINANCING AVAILABLE. Top Soil ,320 N. Temple
or ..
with
follow over site garage on
call today. Church ( sign) '
over on acre In quiet Starke. Fla.
CHEROKEE LAND CO.. very A0114 2,BR. frame house
DAY EVE. I WEEKENDS neighborhood. JIMMY MARTIN 964-5230
on 8.2 acre J
*
Murphy. N.C. 2106 Phone 782-3806 a q41 004-5534

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NOTICE OF lion of Gainesville, a South Range 22 East VICES of the STATE OF

1 INTENTIONTO corporation Plaintiff vs Bradford County FLORIDA. a public body numbered In denomination th. authorizing resolution Madame Jace itit

1. REGISTER Arthur Bruno Moos Florida corporate. Plaintiff vs TITLE OR INTEREST, IN of, and ,to mature as a true and correct

FICTITIOUS Brothers Inc.. and Certified at public auction to the STATE OF FLORIDA and PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED 'follows: certified copy of which I I. Palmist.

NAME Grocers of Florida, highest bidder for cash the several Taxpayers. BY THEIS. "STATE OF. FLORIDA. 'attached to and mode apart i

Pursuant to Section Inc.. Defendant at the East front door of Property Owners and SUANCE OF THE BONDS FULL FAITH AND CREDIT. of the Complaint Psychic Advisor '

869.09, Florida Statutes' the Bradford County Citizens thereof Including DESCRIBED HEREIN. AND BRADFORD COUNTY herein as Exhibit 1. "

notice, I I. hereby given NOTICE OF Courthouse In Stork., Nonresidents ALL OTHERS TO BE AF. ROAD BONDS" to be The Clerk of this Courtis ,wlll reed your entire Hie. Advice on l' i
that owning property or subject dated the first ((1st) day directed to cause a i
the und.'gn.dWilliam FECTED IN ANY WAY sll effort'
MORTGAGEFORECLOSURE Florida/ during the legal :, of life such I' Love, Courtship ;
therein.and of April. 1979 numberedconsecutively ,
C. Powell. Jr. to taxation THEREBY '. ; copy of this Order to be
of to-wit : > Mintage Law Suit. and Builnes
hours sale : *
1009 Wilson Road.Storke. All Others having or You. and each of you from bne published once each ..", ;
SALE ':15 P.M., some being a Speculation, *. Overcame ill trouble.
Flo. 32091 doing Claiming any right title and the State of Florida ((1)) upward;. 4n week for three ((3)) r
legal sale' day and a denomination, ol enemiee >
or Interest In property to State Attorneys $5,000 consecutive weeks, bad luck.
business under the firm through the r
Public notice i I. her.byglv.n legal hour of 10//.. be affected by the Issuance Second each; to mature I'otlot.r commencing with the I
name of BILL POWELL 'for the Thl* Splrttusl Medium T.ll. ;
chef
that pursuant to Doled this 10th day of of the Bonds and Judicial Circuits than the 'latest date permitted first publication which you you need to
REAL ESTATE". 118 N. and 197*. Eighth know-She la I superior to eny other you hve ever
In strict accordancewith April. A.D., described In the Complaint of Florida are by law 'aggregating shall not be less than
.
Walnut Street. Star...., the Summary Final George H. Pierce 996 and All Others to hereby required to appear the principal' amountof twenty ((20)) days prior to co".u".d. }

Fla. 32091 intend to Judgment of Foreclosure North Tempi Avenue. be affected In any way before this Court In Seven Hundred Thousand the dote set for the said PnVete I Conn
I register under sold the fictitious. entered in this cause on Stark, Florida 32091. t"-r.byO.f.ndont., the Chamber of the Dollars (J700.0O01.) hearing .herein.' In n_.. Look for the sign In front of her home Located r
name provision for Plaintiff. and bearing Interest of general circulation '
April 10. |979, the Attorney undersigned Circuit; paper
of aforesaid. undersigned a* Clerk/ of Gilbert S. Brown, Clerkof IN RE 700.000 BRADFORD Judge at the lean County payable seml-annually; published In Leon on U.S. 301 South In Slarke, Accros 'From :

statute. said Court will on the the Circuit Court of COUNTY ROAD Courthouse In Tallahassee on the first (lit) day of and Bradford Counties, KOA Campground i

William C. Powell. Jr. 7th day of May. A.D. Bradford County. BONOS. Florida, on the October and on the first Florida. Open Deity 9:00 e m. to to OO p m. Ph 804-8712 :
(I III,) day of April ol each DONE AND ORDEREDIn .
owner. !
1979, sell the following Florida. 4/19 2tchg 4/26. 1st day of June..1979. at ._- ------- -
Dated this 12th day of described real ORDER 10.00 o'clock a.m. and year the lowest rate or Chambers af Tallahassee. t ;
property NOTICE TO; STATE OF rates obtainable when Leon County.
A.D. 1979.
April. at show If .
cause any youhave '
situate in '
Stark, fl. 4/12 4tchg Florida.Bradford County. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FLORIDA AND THE why the prayers of the same are. sold/ provided Florida, this 20th day of --" ;
la-wit 'Le.als.---- I
: SECOND ', : that such Bonds ,
5/3. OF THE SEVERAL TAXPAYERS. the Complaint( filed in April A.D. 1979. ,
Lot 12. 3 and 4. Block' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF PROPERTY OWNERS AND the above-styled cause shall/ not bear Interest' at Donald O Hortwell, ,

10; and Lot 5.6,7, and FLORIDA., IN AND FOR CITIZENS THEREOF .INCLLJDt should not be granted' a rot. greater than the Circuit Judge therein hat been furnished Judicial Circuit

In the Circuit Court of I. In Block 13. of the LION COUNTY. NG and the Bonds and proceedings highest rate permitted to Harry Morrison. Florida. of >

Florida. Eighth Judicial Town ,of Hampton FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION NONRESIDENT OWNING validated and by Statute: amore particular CERTIFICATE Slat Attorney for SPIRO T. KYPREOS. ,

Circuit. In and far Bradford Florida, a* per mop or NO. 79.991.DIVISION PROPERTY OR SUB confirmed a* therein description. of I is |I. .hereby certified the Second Judicial CIrcuIt for Plaintiff Attorney :

County. 'Case: No. record at County Seat atStork. JECT TO TAXATION prayed. The Bonds to be sold Bond and the, Project thatocopyofthefov.go.mg of 'the Stat. of Room ,493, Larson, : $,
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I j 7952. .. Florida, of the Of BOND THEREIN AND ALL ,. Issued by, th*,',Plaintiff to be financed with Order, to which attached Florida. and Eugene T. Building. Tallahassee

Kjronty Federal Saving Ensey Survey all being FINANCE of the DEPART- OTHERS HAVING, OR herein' are :'0. be th"proceeds thereof appearing o copy of the Whitworth, State Attorney Florida 32301. 4/263tchg. ,L-
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and Loan Assoclo- I In Section 30 Township 1 MINT OF GENERAL, 31. CLAIMING ANY RIGHT. <4.lonoted. dated by reference to Complaint referred' *o for the Eighth 5/10.




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Union County Want Ads lIradftlrd Eouniv Wanl: RIhI.

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FOUNDI MONEY l
TO LOAN First. Sol (
STRAYED COWS, IB ACRSS tn Union County
Describe cond and Third mortgag* CONTRACTOR NEEDS LADYto OtWNO ROOM NIL Nor STUDIO "
Provldenc\ GIRL ha openings TO GOOD HOMIt REALTYPHONE j "
/ area Wooded
Pay for 4/26 ad.96.1219: 4112tchg on private horn*. dupl".*i*. fenced. Would' make nice:1 drive light truck Sam man'. Restaurant Walda/ In exciting new Beauty Three abandoned loveoble ; '' :
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cufnmf ciol property oporimnt 't. homslta. Maine Real I outdoor work. mOt *noy| Fla. Apply In person. 4/3 Break program. Inlay fun dogs. One /larg whit male i."J.i.-'
'' *. motels shop pIn; traveling.' Phone 7823991. 4tpc1 4/26 fashion ... -- : '
highest
I Eetat. Realtor. 496-3978. earning hound, ana mixed beagle- .!j. : 't'CECIUA
center, Itchg 4/26:
etc. 3.00O 984-7776
t \
: 3/IS Phone collect. .
tfn. type female '1' ..
R.N. SUPERVISOR OF NURSINGl puppy one .
( \ +
S.000.000.
fOR
; mmBedroom
; Private fund LN. .. I
>; Day ono evening 1-813-694-2339 for
1 low Stork Nursing Home appoint small brown femal terrierThey TlIIWIU.GAI 208 N Tempi" 8trt. *. Florid
Interest r*).**.,.App! shifts. Immediate i s't t
.
', ,-- ..' i 1967 JEEFSTER CONVERT* opening Monday ment. 4/19 4tchg 5/10 or* tired of living on
with detail 10 ...UNITE Good differen I a.m. t.p.m. ,
)) alery plus I .
put Hydraulic cloth front need
2 Hou. top. Air thru Friday./ Phone 964-6220. my porch good.
opprox- ASSOCIATES 303 1 ....
Walbrldp' Call ar writ Director
conditioned. Continental HAVE A HIGHLY loving ham.. :
PROFITABLE rhook
Imately 2 block from Mob Blda. 4/12 3icha 4/26
n Buffalo, New Yori* ol Nun. Union Gen. SPECIAL !
St,.... $190. Call 496.21or 76 14202.: 4/12 kit. completely rebuilt. Call and beautiful (Zoom 9644322. Tf1'dfLORlWD t
496-3903. 4/5 Hnchfl.lltfil 4tehg S/3. 496-313 or 496-2903, 4/5 Hoop. 830 E. Main St.. lake HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT to shop of your awn. Featuring ....".M. weeded lot en Beesent M. 133' X :
DO YOU NltMONIYSUINIS > rinchaj. Butler. 4962323. Itchg 4/23 babysit In my ham 4-6 p.m. the latest In leans 1 denim, JW Excellent, .....h.......... et the : .,:;:
." '''' .. $ AN. thru Friday. Must and sportswear.. $15,300 Includes remerkeble price ef
I, ::: : : :" "'ii,' .. PERSONAL iOANSi Now 01 r IB PIGS FOR SAIE. Call FLA.SERVICE STATE hoc opening EMPLOYMENT In th* Monday be dependable. Phon. beginning Inventory Iii .: II ., ,
I existing' business or per. H6.3332.1tpd1/26 fixture and You I \
training.
I 96/ 7375 before Itpd
p.m.
Food
.
following positions: $5690.00
) tonal 'loan
available
may have your stars open In RErUTY l
hurl.. service worker HS grad., I 4/26 !
,, .. .. .. moll on RUMMAGE *
,." your Ugna SAId Old Griff I a* little h a* IS day. Call anytime
SIX OUNCI contour Coc -' 1.000 and wp..Unllmltoc I Grocery In Raiford Satur- yr. KperlfMtCarrctlonolOfficer ; for Mrs, Lower Phon.964.770O KINGSLEV LAKE Greet view perch, .., LR. dock. j: a .
.d. .
Private F"nd... tit I I. HS. ; Forester.BS LADY WANTED TO LIVE M 393 N.Temple Avenue I I .!
Cola bottle! .Apply wf day. April 28, from tilI 316-673-2386. 4/26
from Lak.Butl.r. a.m. Itpd 36 ecres-SltSO r
1 4 en cr-fenced-gr '
degree, minimum yrs..xp. and cars for elderly, lady do **(
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UNITED ; ,
ASSOCIATES. 306!I 3 i
Florida. Will pat' p.m. Sam toy, baby In wood procurement. light housekeeping. ; room, WATERFRONT LOTSt SI1.SOO l-story 33 Cherry St. I 2.
Walbrldg Bldg., Buffalo,,,
520.00. Wm. F Selfert P.O,' Now York equipment larg site All of th* above Equal Opportunity board and small alary. t story colonial apt house 8. "W.'ut" St. Fur.Lerge :
14202.: 4/12 and CROSBY LAKE
,
ready to
4tchf
women /
Sox 6223 St. ;I man clothe,
Petertburc s r 5/3. Employ... Itchg Phone 96+5148 or 964-7893. build heme, hode trees, lewtey, Owner financed. :
6200.
am* toll lodle .
Beach. Florida clothe
: 33734. 4/ I ,
4/26 Income $170 _. .
Itchg 4/26 .Ic. Hem A
duplex a
cottege. :
Stpd $/3MAINU CUSTOM MAOI DRAPflUtSi i also. Children cloth.*.
Fro. / HELP WANTED for $....000 3 BR 2B CHSA everslsed double ger.lg ...... :
.tlmat*.. local| television and started plants x- Qrnurl21.SHOWCASE 100 LOTS ON Sampson
distributor far complete. )f **w.lla. many other Item. Prtnc party' chief. Instrument OUTSIDiSALtiPEISON. ... lake $8500. each. $12.000 lei 100 x '4' Cem.4 _, Cell. "
r' ..'i. i 1 washable, nationally advertised Bobble Olin end Peggy, men and rodmen, Apply perlenee helpful' but not 719 I. Lour CB-larg* IR carpets, A appliance. : ,
Gard..'. Draperies., Coson. Itchg 426.MOTOICIOIS at l. L. Lee and Assoe.. necessary. Apply In pe,..'. BUSINESS INCLUDING Bldg Brick 38R IB CHAA en 'A __ut.I" city. i '.

\ """ ...". ...... ...." saw Enterprises, Ed or tome' Inc.. 950 S. Rldgewood Bradford County Telegraph. and Equipment $",000. $26.800. Hug let, pecan trees. "lorf e room i!
INSURANCE Stephen, 4962219. 3/T LEATHERS Drive. Lak. City. Phon. 135 West Call St., Storke.. New brick, big ceuntry home fireplace, I ecre j I '
AGE ClARKES SAW N_. never worn. Waist 28 9047350270.426 2tchg 5/3 TFpd $28.000-606 W. Medlson-large, 2 Kerne,
CYt 160 $. lake Av.,. Lak. SHOPt Complot PROPERTIESINC. 11 x 44 MOBILE HOME on story comer :
Butl.r. 496-3978. Complete sharpening .", Ie., 3000. Call 496-3834. Itpd large lot c.ntro'iocation.' $7.800. lot-Hempton 0.-330* H ISO owner fin. !
Insurant Service.CVfRYONf hand, circular/ mowiblades : 4/26. A p ck-.-day smoker Realtor 120 acres, 130000. High t rolling-Owner financed. i

IS INSURABLEI chain saws L_.al ClassifiedAds 3BR. 1..UTILITY Bldg ,_. 13 acres Hwy 301 N A Merger Rd. Owner finenced. :
Immediate, Cov.rag. by 1 Craws Building Supply .Laka. I THREE PIECE SECTIONAL smoke,7,300 cigarettes Box 1338 ed. S22.00OrIXCIPTIONAL 1016 W. Pratt St. $27.900. .ed_...... :
phon.. JOI USHER AOt. Butler. 7/3 tfnchg. SOFA Includ.. corner KcygtonoHgtB 32650 10 acres-$1000 en acre. Gamer finenced.' :
: table $60. Maroon. Call In R .
Estate
V. 496-3126 or 4OA.J9frj, year. en Leke Genev-verel home j:
SEPTIC TANK AND OIIAIITIAP 496-3032. Itchg 4/26. 473-4903 OPPORTUNITYs $17.800 tare* rooms, fruit trees, walk everywhere. i:

cleanOMt.new line*, $20.000. Deluxe' MH 3BR >B CM near town I t
reasonable. Jo. For.yth, 1972 DATSUN S.W.I Run Store en :301, 27,800 J
Owner
-- 4311022.( All business good. look good. good NICE QUIET SETTING 1 2 LARGE HOUSES on. with ept financed 1
op gatmileage large A frame .......* Rd-sn.000. Over ef
Bring BRADFORD CO. en ecre :
Frame chicken farm
predated. 3/31 tfnchg. good tire.. $1400. pool with land. a
SALES PERSON to ..11!! radio{ Call 496-3032. Itchg 4/26. ham on 3.47 pretty wooded complete with building Commercial' .let I
Call St.-best !
advertising. Full or part tint* WOULD IIKI TO DO PAIN Kra. Exceptionallypriced and equipment- All 'for only lecetlon-Owner fin. 1 't
In this area for WBKS/FM. TING. Outside Only. 1970 MOBILE HOMEt 12 *45; 13500. $350,000. 603 Pinewood-Unusenl/-Lexvrl us rooms. : '
Call 259-2292 In Mocclenny. 496334026 tfnpet.I. 2 bedroom; tledowns; anchor Results ee Large Apartment completion. town-S70.000.Owner fin :
4/12 tfnchg. *; blocking and skirting; 1/2 acre BUILDING LOTS $41,100. Rambling, elder home plus 8 acre. :
WILSON COMMERCIAL: utility pole, $2990. Call Lake Hampton Oak. Vernle Evening Pleas call 301 Lewtey part ef _$14,000.. 1!
Ails SIAL.COATINOi Call I 496-2673. Itchg 4/26. PREPAR/FOR THE SUMMEI $2,950. Nice At_. GRI Phone P. O 964-S476 om, Broken 3 stores-Neert ef Storke-to .INN er buy, :
GetResults 17823991. Repair to all MARY KAY with this 4 bedroom 'from 42 ecres Inside city Owner financed. :

typ. of roof. Looking for 0 Ads Get COSMETICSLoulae horn with 143' ef beautiful LAKI ACCESS Ham with S2SOO 4 lots Laurel Baptist Reed. :
n.w asphalt/ driveway? Fro* beach on little Lak. Swan. lok. access to Crystal Lake Peer! Andrews 964-7739 Keystone Kings Rd. Pretty home 2000 sq. ft. :
estimates, All work ResultsREGISTER Starling Included with this new 28000. Own. financed. 1. 0. Doll 964-7S91 Brick 4BR SB five ecr.. out ef city. :
guaranteed. 4/26 2tchg 5/3. lilting I I. a furnished 2 Mary Hamilton 964.6235grnuJ'21 $16,800 lot en 301N 105' 211'. :
Evening 473-4002 bedroom I KJ Keystone Height provide e good monthly Santo F* let 78' x 4
Income. $33,500. I 523.500larg. MH Rd. 100 w..t with 1'% pretty ac.... i p

I Keystone Area 'Rda GAS AND OIL TOMMY'SLAND NO QUALIFYING Bill Ellis Associate 473-2180 :.

SOl .. TlMpM SI. EXCELLENT FINANCING I Lucille Conner Spry Associate 964-8420 !

WANTEDi Carpool to and UPHOLSTERYiReasonobU '"asa are what you get with this ,
from Gainesville, Monday' prlc. 4732032. 4tchg. large 2 bedroom block
Friday. Willing to leave a* 4/26-5/17. LPG'Baa ham within walking NORMAN TRAYLOR LANDCLEARING
early as 7 a.m. Flexible CLEARINGWe distance to school and
a
LITTLE LAU GENEVA
hour returning, Call MOBILE MODUlARionbeautifully MotorHomes Filled 10..... Family room eat-In AND FILL DIRT
473-2855. Itchg 4/26. Offer Fast kitchen and a double ROBERTS REAL ESTATE
landscaped lot StnrKe Fla 964-5374 1
DOCKS BUILTi Cypress ofpressure vegetable 'garden, flower laeitttit ..,....1Tr Response And garag for only $38.500. If No Answer 782-3422
garden, hedge, fruit Ire**,
Reasonable treated pin. whit. sandy beach, 2 extra TItot Free Estimates LIASI-OPTIONS are hard 964-7828 Equipment On Hand
rotes. Call out buildings, separate / ... to find but we hove the Two Wheel, Drive Loader Will, Grading' Box
481.3270.4119 tfnchg. screen house and bathhouse SA111f11/. PhoneS84-134 p.r1Ksrrang.m.nt In. 986 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. Small Doiar JO 380 8 Way Blade
for beach. Nothing this almost new 3 bedroom Large Doisr JO 750 4 Wsy Blade

lOSTiTan f.mal boxer. Ilk. It around for the price. horn with fully-equipped 3 loke lots Four Whorl Onus Loader With Root Rake Or Bucket I
Answers to the nom. of Only $27,500 completely furnished kitchen. 31500. BRUSH CHIPPER :
"Sus!.". REWARD. Call with load of EX. '" SMALL" AND LARGE DUMP" TRUCKS .:
FOR YOUR 2 Horn. In
REAL ESTATE NEEDS Mocclenny
473-4928 weekday bet TRAS. Shown by APPOINT. ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE t. Service Provided.. '

4/26.ween.,.'.ond.S, 'rtn pjn. 'Itahg., MENT ONLY." Call R.dThongpQi,0C lI, r IN BRADFORD COUNTY find a horn that you can Acreage 301 North and J South ..' '. *to i/ ,DrlvawayaRod l ,..Undeleting' '
r. a'I : / '\ *,, .. move Into for .Sue: than "
FOR RENT bii..fot'ert c.lteo'tor'.47,1' 9. ,J;chg twenty thool.ond. but we ldocniiplu'Brickhom"it4: fit fSev.rallov.'y '"' Cuatom, t *I rOl41rtY/LWIGp1Aw' ... 1 ,. rA; '7
CALL Country Living / Lot Clearmg
Swan lake. On. bedroom 4/26 Custom Grade Worti .
have don that) Call
|lust I
'large kitchen, central h.at, WANTEDilovIng horn for Materials
for the particular these Hauled
double ) home 'In Stark.
lot.
on By appointment three
only. Call 4732722. year old AKC BILL POWELL two homo priced .. Topsoil Rsd ClsyMssonry
registered female
McDonald Mobil. Homes.Itpd. Schnauter. Call miniature 475-2883 $13.500 and 16500. 2 Spacious home with pool. |lust in time for summer Fill Dirt Llmarocli Bind

4/26. Fill Sand Orslndsld' Rock
oft.r 6 p.m. Itchg 4/26 LAKE BROOKLYN ham
FOR RENTiMobjIe home on REAL ESTATE Lot on Grand St.
lake G.n.vo. Two MUTI-FAMILY GARAGE that ho everything you'd

bedroom, central air and SALEiFollow the sign In ever want larg kitchen IF WE DON'T HAVE WHAT YOU NEED WE'LL FIND IT FOR MOOItE HOME
Keystone Club Estate*. with breakfast area over Woll!! Drilling!
hat large kitchen. YOU I j
064-6464 24 Hrs. ... ... I* >.
McDonald Mobil. Homes, Bathroom fixtures, Sam antiques looking the lak, brick

Hwy. 100 ocroi. from p. J'.. clothing, etc. Friday fireplace' In living room, GEORGE ROBERTS Broker 2" Thru 8'"
473-2722. 1 Itpd. 4/26. and Saturday April 27 and -r' and four bedroom ,and VOO AMP
FREEiTo the 28. 9 to 5 p.m. Itpd 4/26 ASSOCIATE two both on upper level. Associates Fast Rotary '

AKC r.gl.t.r.d Dorman PURE CHICKEN MANURE Guest facilities on lower Richard' Robert Judith Flynn Drilling Equipment ,

Plncher,2 year old. good -spread on pasture or DOM DE SANTIAGO level Includes/ kitchen, living 'Ann Godwin Patsy Slice STATE LICENSED 200 AMP
watch dog n.ut.r.d.b.autlful dumped for gardens. Call I room and bedroom. ..Hr..r..F1 .U..N "" "
...
I Urrased and expensive. F.E. Grainger. 1-546-3681 I I Redwood construction with _Y i.--a.-.e..4_.--.
Call 173.3673.4/26 tfnchg Hawthorn.. 4tpd 4/5-26 tfn. 064-6376 I cedar deck. $' .500. HoiMln.Opportunity (.) '...Pump.! ......




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CIVIL ACTIONIn the graded Primitive rood known .a* run Westerly, along South Circuit Court of Bradford In the United St.... confidential except to NOTICE OF .......E-Z...TermsPiumbinq............ tIR O RIt1> 11- ...

Church Baptist. i line 156.5 feel for Inter- County. Florida, I will/ hall, on th* ground of the extent necessary to SALE PAHEUHGCENTER
the Circuit Court Road, ejection of w..t right of alt the property situate roc, color, or notional carry out the purposes of Notice I I. hereby given :
.
Eighth Judicial Circuit of hat been filed againstyou way of County Graded In Bradford County. origin, be excluded from the Rules and Regulate that pursuant to a Final 1. II
Florida In and for Bradford and you are requiredto Road for Point of Beginning Florida, described as: participation In, b. ions,*' Judgm.nt of Foreclosure New Installation

County Civil Action serve a copy of your ; thence rUn Northerly Commence 460" East denied the benefit of llchg 4/26. entered In cause Paneling Molding
Florida Bank at Storke, a written defenses. If any and parallel with and 330'"' North' of the or be otherwise subjected numbered 79-97, In the Remodeling Repair I

banking corporation. to It, on the plaintiff County Graded Road Southwest corn.r of the to discrimination Circuit Court of Bradford ...................... I Kitchen Cabinets :
Plaintiff v. Emmett R. attorney who* name 208.75 feet, thence run NWVi of the SW'/i ofSection In the conduct of its pro In th* Circuit Court County Florida I will I Counter Tops
Craig and lenorah R. and address I I. George- Westerly' and parallel to 22 Twp 6SS gram and the operation Eighth Judicial Circuit of sell/ the property situate I II DurrancePUMP VanitiesFREE I.

Craig. hi* wife; and K.nn.th H. !Pierce, Pierce & Nor Pleasant Grove County Range 22 E a* a starting of this It* facilities. Under Florida In and for Bradford In Bradford County. ...................... B
Assurance, thl.OI'ganlla'lon
,
Flint and. Carolyn dy. P.A., P.O. Drawer Graded Road 208.75 point and run East 100". I I. commit.red County. Civil Action Florida. described: I
Y' 1030. Stark.. Florida feet, thence run souther thence North 100.83 not to discriminate In the matter of the Commence 460/ East & SUPPLY I ESTIMATESIVAOfiilNJOilNSOMB 1 1lowtey

Flint, his wife, Defen- 32091.' and file th* ly parallel with graded. th.nc. West 100. thence against any person on adoption of TammyDarlene Case and 330.85' North of the

?dont. Cose No. 79-120 original with the clerk/ of road 208.75 feet, thence South 100.85" to FOB. all the ground of tars, coloror No. 79173.Henley Southwest corn.r of the COMPANY, >I>t
; South lying and In Bradford NW'/. of the SW1/' of
Easterly being
Mortgag. Foreclosure. the above styled court on run along notional origin In It* Notice of Suit-No Pro-
5 NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY or b.for. May 7, 1979; line 1 of SWV4 of NEV4 County Florida. policies and practice perty. Section 22, Twp 6SS, 864 N. Temple Ave. I CO. J I

|:: otherwise a Judgement 208.75 feet to the FOB. Together with: Range relating to application. Toi Patricia Henley, Range 22 E as a starting
iTa: Defendant, Em. may be entered against lying and being In SWVi Toppan 30" Elec. Model for service or any other c/o William Martin. point and run East 100*. Starke,Fla. I 8. Thompson St. I
:,n.tt R. Craig Kenneth you for the relief of NE'/., Section 18. No.31-0315; Refrigerator policies and practice. ,13328 Yellow Bluff Rood. thence North 100.85'. I 11"0
Tlint. Carolyn. Flint ando demanded In the complaint Township 6 South. Range Whirlpool 12 cu. ft. relating/ to treatment of Jacksonville. Fla. 32226. thence Wait 100', thence I .. Coca
: all/ other, whom It or petition. 22 East containing 1 Model No.1-EVT120Y beneficiaries and participant you ore hereby notified South 100.83' to FOB. all 9647061 8 COIOWIO'
WITNESS my hand and ac,.. Subject however, at Public Sole. to th* Including rate, that an action for Adoption lying and being In Brad I -

&ay concern YOU ARE the seal of sold Court on '., -to to... if any due for highest and best bidder, condition and extension hoe been filed ford County, Florida. -
HEREBY NOTIFIED that April 3: 1979. Gilbert S. 1979 at public outcry lathe for cash, at the front it of service facilities, use attendance of any of. against you Patricia Together with: Range .11 ... Le:lal 'orao..0-00-
,
on action to foreclose Brown A* CI.rk'o' Said highest. and best bidder door of the Bradford Henley, and you are required Topper 30" Elec. Model
et and participation In
th* following property In Court. By) Tonya Patrick* for cash at the hour County Courthouse at ; of beneficiaries to serve a copy of No.31-0513; R.fdg.ratorWhirlpool
!Bradford County. A* Deputy Clerk/ 4/5 of 12:00: o'clock Noon on Stark.. Florida at (I any meetings your written defenses. If' 12 cu. ft. PARCEL 1)Th Easterly East of Railroad"
Horldo: : 4tchg 4/26. May' 23. 1979 at the Front o'clock a.m. on May 7, and participant of : any to It. on the plaintiff Model No.B.EVTI2DY 14.3 feet of the Westerly according to map or platthereof
th..xercis.
or .any attorney whose 193.5 feel of lot 7 of East in Plat Book t.
Door Entrance of the at Public Sale. to the
1979.Gilbert .right of ouch beneficiaries name and address I I., lawtey, as per plat page 6. all In Section 23,
Bradford County Court- S. Brown. highest and best bidder
K ..
( participant In P. E- thereof recorded In Plat Township 5 South
The West half of the UNITED STATES DISTRICT ... 'house at Storke, Florida Clerk/ of the Court. By the conduct of the operations quire Dudley Pierce Hardy A Hardy. for cash at the front Book 1. page 6 of'the 22 East Range

tjortheast quarter of the MIDDLE Doted: April 4. 1979. Beulah M. Moody. Deputy of this organ I, P.A. P.O. Drawer 1030. door 'of the Bradford public record of Bradford ha been filed against

Southwest; quarter of CURT OF FlOlliDA.JACKSONVILLfi. George R. Grosse. Clerk. xation. Starke, Florida 32091, County Courthouse at County, Florida. you. Don H. Crawfoid
Section I 1. Township' 6 DIV1- United States Martha). 4/19, 2tchg /26.CONTUUNTAL. "Any person who and file the original with Starke, Florida at 11 Said Easterly 14.S feet and Wona E. Crawford
.
Jfeuth: Rang 21 lost, SION. Middle District of believe* himself or any Hie' clerk of the above o'clock a m. on May 7. being a portion of the his wife, and yo) or. required
containing 20 acres, specific class of Individual 1979. lands described to
United Florida. styled court on or before. in Official serve a copy of
Sore or lets; also that America.' State ef Lawrence Gentile. III.A..I.'on' ', *, to subletted"by May 24. 1979: otherwise Gilbert S. Brown; a* Record Book. 94, you, written defenses. It
portion of the Southeast Plaintiff v* United Stat.. TELEPHONE this organization to a judgement may b* Clerk of the Court; By page 98 of sold public any. to I It on Sidney E.
% Alphonso Tyson and Min. Attorney, Attorney for ;.discrimination prohi entered against you for Beulah/ M. Moody, Deputy records lewis, Esquire, plaintiffs
nl. H. Tyson hi* wife. band Title VI ef the .
Quarter of Northwest Plaintiff. 4/12 4tchfl 5/3. UNITED STATES DEPART- by the relief demanded mth Clerk PARCEL 2: Begin at the' attorney whose address
quarter In Section ,1.I Defendants. MINT OF AGUCUl, TUllE. Act ond'th. Rule Township 8 South, Range NOTICE OP url Electrification Regulation lisued tion. Easterly right of way /line Ing Jacksonville.
West of the SALE Administration. thereunder may. by Witness my hand and of Seaboard Coast Line' Florida on or before'
.
aiEast IN THE CIRCUIT COURT himself ar a representative the seal 1 of sold Court on Railroad and the Nor. May 21. 1979. and file
I 252' feet which Notice I I. hereby glv_ OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL APPENDIX A file with the Secretary April 11. 1979. In the Circuit Court..In therly right of way line of the original/ with the
Easterly that pursuant to a Final CIRCUIT OF THE STATE Statement of Agriculture, Gilbert S. Brown. A* and for Bradford County lawtey and Mlddleburg Clerk of this Court either
I lies South of the.county Decree of Foreclosure. : OF FLORIDA. In and for of Nandiscrimination. Washington, D.C. 20230, Clerk ef old Court. By Florida. Case No 79.... Road and run Easterly before service on plaintiff -
| Bradford. Cose No. of the Rural Electrification Marten McRa Wells. Forgo Bank along said Northerly attorney or Immedlately
entered' on March 26. Me.T.C.S. Florida has A* Deputy -
.------, 1979 by the above enllt 79-97. filed, with the Federal. Administration Clerk. 4/19 4tchg N.A.. "Plaintiff' vs Don H. right of way line 179 thereafter otherwise .

j f HELP WANTED | :d' Court 'In th. *. obov* Melten.CIVIL/ ACTION Allen A Government a .Cmplio..c 'Washington this organisation D.C: 2O2SO.or 'or. 3/10. Crawford DdendontNotics et'UK, ', et. al.. end feet,parallel therce with run aforesaid North entered. a default knf will be

g far
you
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Elizabeth!: Terry Bill Anders, Sr., of Jacksonville, \ and Mrs. ArBe Dobbs visited their have not registered him or for
by .beth Terry brother Mr. Ode Dobbs I in Lat.on"'y please do so this.week'J;
Phone 782-3300 was a luncheon guest of his mother, kindergarten,, r
Mrs O.J. Anders on Saturday. 9ane7e2.33o0 Butler afternoon. )
Mrs Joyce Bennett visited her Mr. Md Mrs. Robert StarUag and !\V
CHURCH ACTIVITIES daughter, Miss Diane Bennett, of Augustine over the weekend. % t.. Miss Sherreo Wrfan spewt the son of Jacksonville were wwktiMguests .;,
Bristol Tenn. during the spring vacation tended church services at First Bap> weekend with her friend, Mb* Renee of their parents Mr. and Mrs. La wtey Dixie Youth A....

Grace United Methodist Bible at school tist Church In Keystone on Sunday. Williams of Hampton. Fleam Starling
School Study Course at the church Mrs. Fred Moore visited her son-in- They went to Potters Wax Museum Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling were Col. and Mrs. Wm Wilson and son Ball season Is well under way: in,
Wednesday night at 8 p.m. The law and daughter Mr. and Mrs J.W. while in St. Augustine. Friday guests of their son and John spent the weekend with their Lawtey. Unfortunately to low-
every church has a nursery for pre-school Thomas and Jay of Live Oak, and Tammy and Donna Padgett attended daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank daughter, Mrs Russell Lines and turnout and shortage of coaches, no \
children during worship services spent a week with them and attended an egg hunt at the Episcopal Starling and family of Brycevllle. daughter, Jacqueline: of Sumter S.C. small fry team is fielded. Any parent,s r
United Methodist Women met at the Easter services with them on Sunday.On Church In Starke on Sunday after- Mrs. Daisy Thompson spent two Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited wishing to remedy this situation may s
church on Tuesday Aprl117 with 1! Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck noon. days with her son and daughter-in- their cousin, Mrs Loca Whitten of volunteer by calling Ed Crews, '
present. Mrs. Wilma Wainwright! call Moore and sons of Lake City went Mr. and Mrs. Jerre Starling, of law, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Thompsonand Lake Butler, on Sunday afternoon. 782-3060.
ed the meeting to order, and devo- over and attended services with Starke, were Sunday dinner guests of family In Gainesville. Our cookbooks have been orderedIn
Uonal was given by Mrs. Frank Coss. them. their parents, Rev. and Mrs. Charles Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs of a limited number so place your
This was their Program Meeting. Mrs. Duane Griffis and sons of Raf Starling and family Jacksonville and their parents, Mr. Lawtey Elementary School orders early. The price Is $3. Call
.After a brief business session the Heyford England are Mena April 30-May 4 Joyce Crews or see any adult memberof
meeting was turned over to Miss Ar- visiting her mother, Mrs. Gertrude Monday Pizza tossed salad, the Assn. Thanks for all donations
thurine Blanchard who gave Cruce and other family members. French fries, apple crisp milk. toward the cookbook. ,
gram. It was the life of Mary Staff Sgt. Duane Griffis will come Hampton HiLitesby Tuesday Chicken w/noodles, green There will be a drawing June 7 for a '
Magdalene from the the book after his family In two weeks and they sweet peas, peaches biscuit butter, 300 lb. hog which Is to be raffled oft ,.
"Women of the Bible". After the pro- will be stationed In Phoenix Arizona. milk. Tickets are 91.90 and can be purchased -

gram. the meeting was adjourned.The Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette, Jr., and Dolores Meng and Mrs. Joel Smith of Jacksonville, Wednesday Turkey casserole mixed from the "finis" or _
ladies ate sack lunches which family Were Sunday dinner guests of Phone 468-111 Mr. and Mrs. Emory Prevatt and Mr. vegetables pears,bread slice, butter parents This hog Is and ":
each one brought. their mother, Mrs O.J. Boyette, Sr., and Mrs. Guy Padgett of Starke. milk. ready for market. Thanks to the Dave '
of Lake City. After dinner all of them Golden AnniversaryMr. Thursday Spaghetti w/meat sauce,, Shuford family for this generous con-

Personals> went to Valdosta, Ga., and were sup Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Richard of cheese sticks cole) slaw, whole wheat tributlont
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice, of per guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Mrs. Joe Sullivan were Ocala and Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith of rolls, butter applesauce milk. The annual bake sale of "goodies"will .
Ellisville, visited their parents Mr. Allen and family. honored at their home in Waldo on Jacksonville were recent visitors of Friday Turkey sandwich, French be held at the Lawtey Blue Grass
and Mrs. Harold Eunice on Sunday Mrs. Onie Thornton Is visiting her Sunday In celebration of their Golden Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins. fries, buttered corn, 1/3 orange, milk. April 27, 28, 29. Parents don't forget "' .
morning. son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Wedding Anniversary which occurredon Mr. and Mrs. Walter Prevatt left to bring your favorite confections. '
Mrs. J.P. Wyrick and her grandson, Mrs. W.F. Atwood for a few days. She April 21. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sunday to make their home In A dance for the youth is planned. for

Larry Carter, of Tallahassee, were was a dinner guest of her sister, Mrs. Wadsworth and family joined other Bradenton.Walter, the son of Mr. and Week of April 28. Saturday, May 5.
Tuesday luncheon guests of her Pierce Crews on Saturday.Mr. family members and friends for the Mrs. E.M. Prevatt, Sr., will be The end of the 5th six weeks grading Thanks to the group of mothers
sister, Miss Elizabeth Terry. Larry and Mrs. Leo Dyal Leonetteand occasion which included a decorated employed there as a teacher In period is Thursday April 26. Report donating ",oodles and working In
went to Miami to visit an uncle who is Johnny Bell of Starke went to the cake and other refreshments and Agriculture Economics. cards will be going home May 3. the concession stand at the gams.
extremely ill. Mrs. Wyrick remainedwith Dyal Reunion at Battle Field Park gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan were The deadline for purchasing the Welcome Lawtey Coaches for 1979. :.'
her sister until Monday at which near Bushnell. Mr. Dyal's sister Mrs. married in Starke fifty years ago I "Tote" bags Is April 30. Please send Sonics Billy McCray; Lawtey Blue- :
time they went to Gainesville. Miss Ethel Ellerbee, of Panama City, also Rose Show rash or check made payable to Buddy Paterson; Lawtey Gold-Jack :.'.
Terry came home and Mrs. Wyrick went with them. Condolence Lawtey Elementary School. Southerland; Lawtey Rangers r :
spent a week with another sister Mrs. We are happy to report that Wayne Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan and William If you have a child who will be five William Stroud and Mike ':
C.E. Strickland. They plan to attend Hardee Is able to be at home from Sincere sympathy is extended to the Lahn visited the Rose Show in years old before January I, 1980. andBROOKER Southerland. :.:;
the wedding of Miss Eve Futch and Veterans Hospital Gainesville.Mr. family of Mr. and Mrs. Marion R. Gainesville on Saturday. They enjoyed
Charles Jones of Gainesville on Friday and Mrs. Henry Hodges and Gatlln, Sr., whose Infant daughter, seeing all the various sizes and
evening family were sightseeing In St. Linda Monday.Ranee, died at her home on spectacular colors of lovely roses. 't'<<-2tGi IN BRIEF \tC' '; fi. I Iby


Fiddler Jeanette Prescott .-
VisitorsMr. 485-1715 daisies and yellow mums and large'

COMMUNITY NEWS. tct2 Among those attending the FiddlerOn ferns. Huge oak trees formed a pretty-

and Mrs. Gerald Adkins were The Roof production at the Starke Rebecca Pressley Weds Norman background. :
joined recently by other family Golf and Country Club last week were Barber The reception followed In the Cox's'home.
by Elizabeth G. Walker 7:30: Sunday School Teachers members when they visited the Mrs. Lillian Slade, Mrs. Joe Williamson The guests were greeted at the:-
Phone 964-6683 Seminar. This week's segment will be graves of relatives and friends at the Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clayton door by Mrs. Linda Cox. They were -.
presented by Miss Lula Cuffee and Sapp Cemetery, New River Cemeteryand Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng and Miss Rebecca Pressley of Lake then Invited Into the living room to the
NOTICE! A public hearing will be Mrs. Jeannie Harding. The lesson will Santa Fe Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Chris. Miss Kelly Slade and Jerry Butler and Norman Barber of Lake receiving line. The receiving line consisted :
held Thursday which Is the second cover "A Life of Victory and Power" C.E. Adkins of OkJawaha, Mrs. June Wadsworth, Jr., were among those Wales were united in marriage in a of the bride and groom and -
hearing In R.J.E. Cafeteria 7 p.m. and "The Life of Love", Saturday the Ellis of Georgetown, Mrs. Eunice serving tables for the steak dinner lovely garden wedding at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mack =;
April 26. All interested citizens are In- Junior Ushers will sell ice cream and Moody of New River and Mrs. Grace served during the evening. Mr. and Mrs.Tommy Cox in Brooker, Pressley and Mr. and Mrs. S.J. ':

vited to attend. Input from citizens Is weiners from the kitchen. Saturday Beal of Hampton joined Mr. and Mrs. Saturday, April 14 at 2 p.m. Rev, Lon-, Layton. ; ,
welcome. Questions asked by you will the Little Church rehearses 5 p.m., Adkins for a picnic lunch that day. Hampton Lake News nle Parker officiated at the Guests were registered In UK. .. '
be answered. This is the regular 7:30: Junior Choir rehearses. Sunday Stephen Earnest visited his ceremony.The by Bridget Vaughn,niece of the bride :

meeting of the Concerned Citizens. School 9:30: Morning Worship 11 a.m. brother, David, at Venice over the Mrs. Frank Clark and Mrs. Pat bride was given in marriage by They were also given thank you :
The public hearing will be first on the with Mr. Dewaine McBride speaking. weekend. Clark appreciate the cooperation they her father. Mack Pressley. She worea scrolls from the bride and groom at:
agenda. Your cooperation Is needed. 8 p.m. Evening Worship with the Lit- Mrs. Josephine Fontaine was surprised encountered during their recent collections beautiful white Victorianstylegown the time of registration. Both the;:
Girl Scout: Troop 684 has been tle Church In charge. pleasantly on Friday with the on behalf of the American of chiffon trimmed with lace. A registration table and the bride's.:
helpful to the American Legion Auxiliary visit of her son, Tom Fontaine, of Oxford Cancer Society.Mr. large lace flounce formed a V design table were overlaid with beautiful-
Unit 314, Starke. Mrs. A. Ebezener Baptist Church: Wed. Connecticut. Tom had been on a and Mrs. Paul Meng spent the yoke and caplet sleeve effect on the hand-crocheted cloths, family:
Chandler, president. Miss A.B. 6:30 Choir rehearsal. Thursday 6:30: flying business trip to California, then weekend with their son and family high neck bodice. She wore a heirlooms.Mrs. .
Anderson committee chairman, Bible Study and Prayer Meeting. The Miami and Orlando, where he renteda Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meng, Dana and beautiful chiffon picture frame hat Norma Cox. sister-in-law of:'
making comfort items to be used in Ministers and Deacons Union will car and visited his mother for the Michael in St. Petersburg. with a chiffon train flowing from the the bride served the guests wedding
the various hospitals for the Disabled begin Friday through Sunday. Gerald Meng of Gainesville servedas hat to the bottom of her gown. She cake from a beautiful three tiered
American Veterans. Scouts are New Bethel Baptist Church; weekly day.Mr.. and Mrs. Ed Fontaine, Mats an usher for the wedding of Marcia carried a bridal bouquet of daisies cake topped with wedding bells and,

always glad to give a helping hand. services began Bible Wed. with Prayer All thew JoAnn, Michael, Janet, JoAnne Woods and Lee Hardenbrook held on and bridal wreath centered with an daisies. Green punch with a yellow'and .
168 O.E.S. will meet in Meeting and Study 6:30. Dykes, and the family dog. Shadow, Saturday at the First United orchid. She also wore an opal ring a white daisy ice mold was served
monthly members will be the
the meeting Thursday May attending returned to their home in Oxford, Methodist Church in Starke. Mrs. wedding gift from the groom. from a crystal bowl by Mrs. Betty
10. 7:30 in the Masonic Hall on Ministers and Deacons Union beginn- Conn. Saturday following one week's Francis Meng and son, Chris, also at- Mrs. Kathy Davis of Lake City was Dean, sister of the bride, and Mrs.
Brownlee Street. All members are ing Friday through Sunday. visit with Josephine. tended the wedding. Becky's matron-of-honor. Kathy worea Frankie Vaughn, sister-in-law of the
asked to be present. Pleasant Grove United Methodist beautiful yellow overlaid bride. Home made mints and nuts
long
gown
Church Activities: The fifth Sunday Church: Tuesday Young Junior Choir were served from sliver compotes.
News
Happy Birthday Hampton Elementary with flock daisy trim and lace. She
rehearsal. 7 Wed. each week
Union of the Jacksonville District will p.m. Groom cake and finger sandwiches '
be held at the First Born Church of Prayer Service. Thursday (today) Bible Lonnie Melton celebrated his April CPR Certification wore frame a hat matching, and carried yellow a bouquet picture of. were served buffet style.'The bride's f

the Living God Starke, April 2729. Study 7 p.m. Sunday School 10 25th birthday at his home on Satur .daisies and bridal wreath. bouquet was placed on the refreshment
at 11 Mt. Moriah will 1
The city wide program will be held a.m. a.m. day. Among those attending were Mr. Fourth grade teacher, Mrs. Mindy Deena Cox niece of the bride was table Fresh daisy ar ,
with Pleasant Grove. Din-
! Friday, April 27 at 8 p.m. Services Fellowship and Mrs. Clarence Melton, Mr. and Mclean and Miss Claudette Peterson flower girl. Deena wore a long mint rangements, fern and the matron-of-
will be served after
will be In session throughout Satur- ner immediately Mrs. Irwin McConoghy of Micanopy, our fifth grade teacher, recently com- green Victorian-at le dress trimmedin honor's nosegay were used to enhance
I day, beginning at 11 a.m. and conclude morning service. Sunday School onlyat Mr. and Mrs. Otis Melton of Starke, pleted an extended course at Santa Fe yellow with white flocked daisies. the party rooms. I
Mt. Moriah.
on Sunday April 29 after mornIng Mrs. Katherine Thomas of Starke, community College In Gainesville. She carried a natural straw basket After a week's honeymoon trip to
Wed. 2 Choir No. 1 will
I services. May Cathy and Judy Thomas Mike and They studied two methods of cardiopulmonary with rose petals in it. Deena wore a Panama City Beach the newlyweds
rehearse at Mt. Moriah. All membersare
The Frampton Family Gospel Joe Hagan of Graham, and Mr. and resuscitation and first aid matching mint green picture frame will reside in Tallahassee.
asked to attend.
Group of Starke and the White Family Mrs. Phil Eunice. training. They were awarded certificates -
Gospel Group of Jacksonville will be Antioch Missionary Baptist .-r celebrated his In CPR and First Aid as well hat.Norman's best man was his
presented at the First Born Church Church: Prayer Meeting Thursday 7 72nd birthday April 23. as Instruction Certificates for CPR. brother Larry Barber of Lake
Sunday afternoon. May 6 at 3 p,m. p.m. The congregation will fellowship Stephen Spell turned 14 April 8. Hampton Elementary School is for Wales. Becky's brothers.Tommy Cox SchoofLunch Menu
with the Ministers and Deacons Unionat
The public is invited to attend this Ebezener. Harold Waters celebrated his birth- tunate to have these qualified instructors and Eudel Vaughn ushered the April 30-IVlay 4

Gospel Extravaganza. day April 18. mothers. Mrs. Mildred Layton,
Presiding Elder Herbert Cohen, Mt. PisRah A.M.E. Church: Choir Mike Waldron had an April 19th bir mother of the groom wore a pretty Monday Corn dogs and baked
rehearsal Sat. before the first Sun-
Jacksonville District presiding Elder thday. ; New Custodian linen dress with matching beans, cabbage slaw, oven baked ap
will begin a Revival at the First Born day.The Robert Burns was six April 19. Ills jacket, accented with an orchid. Mrs. ples, chocolate chip cookies milk.
Church of the Living God Starke, on Youth Department will go to mother, Donna Burns, had an April Following a training period Stephen Cassie Pressley mother of the bride, Tuesday Sloppy Joe on bun, celery
High Springs for a Retreat. Sunday
May 8. Services will be held nightly stix, 1/2 lima beans
23rd birthday. Earnest began working as our school wore a pretty green lace knit dress orange green
School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11
beginning at 7:30 p.m. Come one, custodian on Monday. He is a cheerful accented with an orchid corsage. French fries milk.
come all.Greater. a.m.Mt. Fish Fry worker and takes pride In maintain- Brad Cox played the "BrldalChorus" Wednesday Baked sausage links
.
Zion A.M.E. Church Presiding
Bethlehem Freewill Baptist : ing a neat and clean atmosphere.New on the organ. Other nuptial tomato gravy black eyed peas rice,
Elder F.R. Satchell will hold the
second -
Church News Activities: began Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins enjoyed music was provided by Mrs. Howard peach slices rolls, milk.
with Tiny Tots rehearsal Monday quarterly Sunday School conference 10 beginningwith The a family fish fry Sunday at StudentsOn Douglas and son Greg. Greg sang, Thursday Spiced ham &: cheese
a.m.
630. Senior Choir rehearses each conference 4 Lake Geneva. Joining them were Mr. "Let It Be Me" and "More. Mrs. carrot stlx, grapefruit sections, green
Monday 8 p.m. Prayer Service each Quarterly p.m. Monday Mona Croll was Linda Cox directed the wedding.The beans sandwich, macaroni milk.
Greater Allen A.M.K.:
I week Tuesday 7:30.: All Circles meet Chapel welcomed back to the sixth grade wedding party stood in front of Friday Turkey salad, jello

Wed. 7:30.: McKay's Circle met at observed Church: Missionary Sunday with day the will missionaries be 2nd Annual AlligatorRun class. Her brother, Tommy Croll an arch-way covered with greenery w/strawberry, creamed peas, plain
Mrs. Gertrude Covington's. Blye'sCircle reentered the fifth grade here. flanked by arrangements of white rolls, milk.
in School 10
charge. Sunday
met at Mrs. Johnnie Cuffee's. Kelia Shealy a sixth grader and
Thursday Story Hour 7:30: Friday a.m. Morning service 11 a.m. The 10,000 SaturdayThe her sister. Candy Shealy, came to the '
will be Mrs. Vera
6:30 Junior Ushers rehearsal. Friday speaker Diggs. third grade after moving recently II

2nd annual Alligator Run 10,000 from Plant City. Timberwolves CD ClubOn
always. Approximately 175 guests will be held here April 28, starting at 9

and in Gooding a.m. CTBS Testing
delegates were
the Lake 8 the Bradford Man" was present to accept the
Auditorium to hear the annual report, Sponsored by City April County
elect and install officers and Reporter, the race is a 10-kilometer Students in all grades are taking Tlmberwolves CB Club attended the trophy. Ollie Williamson "Smiley"8th
revised bylaws and ammended approvethe ((8.2 miles) event over a course which CTBS tests all week. This will deter Annual jamboree held by the Big received a trophy for being the oldest

charter of Gateway Girl Scout Council Includes some moderate hills. mine their ability to pass on to a Bend Modulators Club in Tallahassee. CB'er registered and present. Harold
The timberwolves home tired Gorman "Alabama Deer Hunter"
Last year approximately 450 run- higner grade. came
The, Inc.theme was"Girl Scouting Alive ners took part in the race which startsat but howling, with the first place won a jackpot of $84.00. He used his
a point adjacent to the city's trophy for having the most members winnings to set his club members up
with the
and Well" keynote speaker
executive director downtown Olustee Park. LUNCH MENU present outside of a 50 mile radius. to dinner at Jay's Restaurant lit Live
Dr. C. Bronson Lane
of Dairy and Food Nutrition Coun- Posting the best overall time for Aprll30May4Monday President Duane Mitzel "Diesel Oak on the way home.

cil of Florida. Dr Lane praised men was David Harrison of
of Gainesville who finished in 32:01. April 30 Meat sauce
for its new
GIRL SCOUTSby Gateway physical fitness. Tenure awards program were Carol McArthur. also of Gainesville, w/spaghetti, tossed salad, apple

'with our own had the best time for women, 41:00.: crisp, French bread, milk. STARKE RADIATOR
Eaves Neighborhood Chairman Janet This year tee shirts will be given to Tuesday. May 1 Veg. beef soup

Carolyn Kimutls receiving her 15 year pin active all who finish the race and trophieswill grilled cheese sandwich, garden
to first place winners in salad, jello, milk.
and adult. go SERVICE
Junior Troop 605 enjoyed a bike In scouts as a youth an
various brackets. 2 steak <
Wednesday, May Salisbury
age
hike and Easter Thanks for those Janet
holiday. camping trip during years Late registrations will be accepted mashed potatoes, green limas, peach Located On Comer Of Rd 10 A 301
until 8:30 on the day of the biscuit milk.
and a.m. race cobbler ,
The girls rode their bikes from The Annual Recognition
without late fees. Thursday May 3 Chicken wince,
Starke Elementary to Camp Neyatl Awards Luncheon or Friendship Luncheon -
Tuesday morning. After setting up followed the meeting In peanut butter cup green peas, carrot 964-6038 ;
shortcake roll
sticks strawberry
,
where the theme was
camp and eating a picnic lunch a few Wolfson Center

brave girls had a Brisk swim then Find the Gift in Every Child. Rev. "It I. the rare pleasures thatespecially milk.Friday May 4 Hamburger on bun, The Working Folks Radiator Service.)" ,
United "
returned to camp to cook their sup- George Harper of First delight u.. .,
lettuce tomato pickle, rounds
Methodist Church in Starke gave the Epictitus potato Open Mon. Sat; 8-6
milk.
per.Girls popftlcle, cookie
attending were LaTonya invocation.
Evenings
By AppointmentWe
Tyson, Barbara Mosley, Tara Mar- During the awards .presentation .
chant, Lisa Griffis, Stephanie Sams, Rev Harper was surprised to be
, Sue Ann Nettles, Angela Montgomery honored with a solid brass ruler WILLIAM T. COBB M.D. Specialize In....
I Pam Mjkell and Karen engraved with the Girl Scout trefoiland

Kimutls. thanks. lie has been very ANNOUNCES RELOCATION OF HIS Farm Equipment. Industrial Equipment ..
, Helping the girls were Mrs Gladys generous during his years at First
,7 Thomas Mrs. Carolyn West. Mrs. Methodist to allow Girl Scouts and OFFICE TO Heavy Duty Trucks Radiators Rodded
:j. Marion Roblda. Troop Leader Mrs. Boy Scouts to use the building, never '
r Janet Klmutis, Rick Klmutis and Hal saying no to a request. Thanks from 404 W. Call St. Cleaned'& Repaired & Recored. : .
I' Davis. Helping the leaders were Bradford scouts, we appreciate your ., .
, Cadette Michelle: Kimutls, Senior support Rev. Harper. (Jennings Old Office)) ..
Scouts Irene After lunch all leaders enjoyed the : "

Wainwright, Patricia Montgomery, program "It only essrephcaentl a D'ISEASEAND SURGERY So, When Your Calls Overheating. Don't Let'..1o'ur! :{; ; ,

Lynne Johns and, Terry Goodge. half a week" '. '> ,">i -
A big thank you to the City of Bradford County were Mrs. Pat We!- .

,Starke especially: the Police Department ty, Mrs. Andrea Abrams, Mrs. OFT HE EYE Budget. Take A Beating. Come By The Cooling. .,
and Assistant Chief Harold Elizabeth Walker Mrs. Sarah Morris > .
Crews for the provided escorts. and Mrs. Carolyn Eaves. i* 'Experts And: Save, .

Last Thursday several of us had the Big night for all Girl Scouts May 1 W.ed. By Appointment
of the 22nd Over 32 Year
privilege attending Annual at 7 at the SUrke Womans Club\ Experience
p.m. J
Council Meeting of Gateway Girl there. Parents and friendsare
See
Scouts at Jacksonville University Invited you to see the puppet show and 964762.1; 1. FlEE CB3LIMG SYSTEM I IXSPECTIOrf '

Mrs. Betty Skinner,president preside operetta"Daisy." All troops art par.Ucipating -
over the day very graciously as everyone come.

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