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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 3, 1979
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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i :' I, at the city commission meeting Tues- certification under police stan- the absence of Starke attorney
'f.\ "day night, voiced disapproval of dards requirements. George Pierce said Warren was correct -
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,, itE') Silcox asked Warren why Waterswas to the city charter.
__ ?;;Mayor Joe Warren's banishment of according
, .... V" (Wilbur Waters from helping out on no longer allowed to help out in should be
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,the police force but Warren said the the police department. mended for volunteering to help out
General Kullard briefs Governor Graham prior to took part In the annual review at the training site locatedon city charter backed his action. "Mr. Waters was not at while the police force is short handed.
reappointed
I review ceremonies at 'amp Hlanding Friday afternoon. II the shores of Klngsley Lake northwest of Starke. ti; Warren said his action required no the first of the year" Warren said. Starke Police Chief Jimmy Bowen
was the rAnt time In seven years since a Florida governor Graham took time out during the review to chat with Scottish 'approval by the city commission. and Capt. Scotty Rhoden have been I
had reviewed the troop Some 2,500 National Guardsmen troops taking two-week training at the encampment. "The mayor is the watchdog over the Warren maintained that Waters suspended due to indictments by the I

.I See More Pictures on page 2A. i police force, like In any other city" should have been reappointed as an grand jury. Both were charged with
iWarren said. auxiliary policeman when the other cruelty to animals.
The discussion took place after regular police employees were reap- Silcox said he happened to be present
f Warren refused to answer questionsby pointed in order to stay active on the when Assistant Police Chief

Teachers Administrators : a reporter about the police force. force. Harold Crews became acting chief
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: "lIe's never come off the lint," and Waters volunteered to work ,

.',.' "I'll answer any question except Silcox said.Waters without pay.Commissioner. \
' ,. about the police," Warren said. He interrupted the discussion Ted Oglesby said he
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. 'i'f\:' <': backed off that stance after being at that point to ask Warren if he thought Waters might have been im.

:..; questioned( about his action by a thought he had the authority to ban proper if he was drawing pay. bu
for 79-80 Term \ 1'fellow commissioner. him as a volunteer policeman. right now I think the police could use

Appointed : _: J Warren cited a section of the city all the help they can get."
"I want to know what Mr. Waters
charter which he said allowed him to Warren said since Waters was on
position is on the police department, take the action. He added that since the police selection committee that it
Instructional personnel teachers load and spending priority changes, minlstrative recommendations would paid Commissioner Vernon Silcox. Waters had not been appointed as a wasn't a good idea to be down there

and administrators were appointedfor but said every teacher now workingwill have been different Charles .Warren' had ordered that Commissioner police officer, the mayor could refuseto working as a policeman.
the 1979-80 term Monday night have a job next term. Thomas now assistant principal at Waters not be allowed to serve put him on the force and four Silcox asked Warren If he knew
April :30, in a special meeting of the Only teacher dropped from the cur the high school would have been appointed 'as a volunteer policeman because he members of the city commission Waters was serving as an auxiliary-"
Bradford School Board.Administrators rent list was former vo-tech and mid- principal at the middle Serves on the safety committee which would have to.vote to overrule him. policeman before he removed him.
!' were shifted arounda dle school instructor Billy Dampierwho school and McKinney would have Oversees; the police department.
appointed by Supt. Tpm\ Casey in left the middle school this term to been returned to Southside. Thomas Commissioner Harold Epps said "Yes." replied Warren.
the April 16 meeting, The school enter the army on active duty. currently receives a supplement of IKi Waters resigned the police force to Waters had been allowed to work as a i
board the Four administrative shifts are Included $930 as assistant at the high school fun! for city commission. Since being- 'volunteer policeman last year when "Thenwhy wes-this- brought up
shifts, although several members in the assignment of the 19 ad- and would have gone to$2,430: as prin-? elected a commissioner, Waters has he was the mayor. Epps, who apparently now" Silcox asked.
made it clear they were bound by ministrators: Charles Francis, now cipal at Southside. Supplements for (Continued: to serve as a volunteer supported Mayor Warren s "I was Just acting on this or'
Florida law and had no choice. The principal at Brooker Elementary, the middle school Starke and policeman without pay. He said sere removal of Wafers' added "but that dinance" warren said. Waters was ,
school board members made it clear moves to Starke Elementary; Jesse (see page S) '-WI .Ik Jn that .capacity about 19 h 'ursf4' was last year." '' never appointed'and therefore!!. never -' ,
they disapprove of moving principals, Moore now principal at Starke ... I 'r suspended. Warren said. 4 1
from school to school. Elementary, moves Southside ; \. .' .>>:t ....__._---- '

t Everyone of the 240 teachers now Elementary\ ) Kocena'' Santangenl; ,..., ;", .'. ....... .,' :...-' ,-. :"Is- the arrest he made.." legal.. '* '''.;'k.\.;,11I#
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WorktaK.-In.the. assured of a job In the county next 8910 Title 1 program moves to As the discussion closed a reporter
term.. >upl. Tom Casey told the school Brooker as principal; Myrna Lou t asked if Waters had also been told he
board, The teachers were reappointed Rahn, principal at Southside Elementary I = could not serve as a volunteer
as working for the Bradford since midyear will become Ti- .- fireman I
school system, as opposed to any par tle 1 coordinator next term. ,. -
ticular school, as haSi been the practice "You'll have to ask Mr. Waters i
the past few years tf C.C. Anderson retires as expected about that, I don't know" Mayor
Casey said there may have to be there will be a vacancy in one Warren said.Waters "
some position transfers due to student of the two high school assistant prln- told reporters prior to the
cipalships. There is also an assistant discussion that Warren had aim told
principal's job open at the vo-tech him he could not be.. volunteer (

rTicrTbursday.MayI center where a halftime position has fireman. ,
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ihi' IILL1um been upgraded to fulltime .Carl Are you now volunteer

Clark, currently half time as assistant fireman?" the reporter asked
principal at the vo-tech and half c ,. .t Waters.
time as coordinator of special programs
'Will become a fulltime coordinator "No, I'm not.," Waters responded.

of special programs. "Was that of doing? the
BHS principal Jim Duncan, assis- your owq
V tant BUS principal Charles Thomas reporter continued.

BMS principal Dewey McKinney,. ', s i r YwW "No" Waters said. He sat motionless
assistant BMS principal Buddy Paterson obviously brimming with
vo-tech director Ted Oglesby, anger and made no further comment
adult vo-tech director Millard Brown

Hampton Elementary principal Con 1 wr-- +rnrr I
mention had '
=.::. nie Clark Lawtey Elementary prin- Up to that point no
cipal Charles Hall, director of cur- been made of the controversy brought \
riculum Lucile Payne director of on by a speeding ticket Waters issued
April 21 to Nelson Chagnon 23. for
Lennard Register director
: iA. operations red light and driving while
of business Eddie Douglas and running a
coordinator of food service Delores intoxicated.The .
JROTC Parents Group Mteting following day. Chagnon's
Morgan were all are being returned to
JROTC Classroom at BHS Williams
father-in-law, Ray approached -
their current positions for the 1979.80school
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7:30 p.m. ';> term. Waters and Chief Crews
.1 void the ticket. Both
asking them to
Friday,,Mayo BMS principal Dewey McKinneyhad w the Williams, who
( I refused request by
jJ.II'r requested a transfer back to his
To-Rena Motel in Starke. i
: I' former post at Southside Elementary owns the ;
CHEERLEADINO TRYOUTS
:;: and said at the April 16 meeting he Waters said two days later on April!) I!
Jr.and Sr. Varsity> 'J' Commissioner Warren right and Silcox talk all help out the shorthanded Ktarke force Warren prevailedas
"7'-1980'8HSGym."i> tynL{ had understood Casey had promisedhim around Commissioner Wilbur Waters (center) on the Waters w III not be allowed continue hU unpaid duties 24, Chief Crews informed him that

a Admission*.,',"'.,,,,(I d,' 'VSaturday sisted a he move had never back named there.a Casey principalto in- Issue of the former pollc.man.'olunt..rlng hit time la while serving department.on the Safety Committee which ersees the Waters Mayor no Warren longer be had allowed ordered to serve that "

':'c ::or 'oj. a post the administrator had not requested police as a policeman. ,

';i-:,..,.__ .- May_ ._.. and that he had told McKin- Warren said he knew about the con
:.z ney someone with'more seniority troversial Chagnon ticket but that
(::...: CARWASHIIII> : ,. might request the Southside job. did not motivate his action id! banning
Ii McKinney said he had agreed to Continue Rise. Waters from the :
'\ :::5 10 a.m.-3 p.m. ;ix'; Gas Prices to police forge
':"...; North Sid of Community Bank'v take the BMS post at the request of .

; E. Sponsored by ..i ., do many something persons was, and different that agreeing from asking to. 'J More City 1'1C. 8A
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3 Young People of ( to do it. Gasoline prices continued to rise at t companies began allocating gas to Oil," said Ginny Johns of Food Scatat "
Mark's Church
g=- St. Episcopal_ '" Ir The school board did not approve some Starke gas stations this week stations.An Walnut Street and South 301 J I.

.. Lawtey Dixie' Youth, Supt. Casey's suggested new administrative while. price? at other stations drop attendant at one local station Thomas Oil Co. is directly across Bowen Returns" I
supplementswhich the street from Food & Scat. 'Johns
salary
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would have given $900 increases Highest price in town Tuesday said the combination convenience
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;::; Lawtey Cafeteria Retting the it needs. ,,
:;;-: 7 to 11 p.m. from $1.530 now to 2430. to evening for unleaded gasoline was 1'"We\' gas ",,' tore. and gas station had to raise it's ExtrdMoneySuspended
f. administrators of Lawtey. Brooker. 83.9 cents gallon, at Crawford'sFlna get all we want from Thomas .' (seepage :}), 'I
I and Hampton elementary schools, the and Hunt s Shell. Lowest was coordinator of special the 78.9 at Tenneco. Starke Police Chief Jim- )
programs \
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.. '. Title 1 coordinator the assistant principal Three stations had the highest price pay
i. vo-tech center and the for Station has received while working at !
BCHEADSTARTGRADUATIONEXERCISES at the regular at 78.9 cents per gallon. Operators Fume
another job during his suspension ,,;
adult principal at vo-tech. The In- They were 'Crawford's Fina, k
> -, crease would have made those supplements Crawford' 66 and Holiday Inn Gulf. &'( .. City Clerk Merrill Edwards told the .ti I
HeadstartCafeteria Starke r
equal to supplements of Lowest was 72.9 at Tenneco. City Commission Tuesday t
,., 4p.m.t. ,> ,'v principals of the middle school and One station droppped prices at allit's QverStoryon Gas Prices night that Bowen came into tho city: '.' t
'" hall and handed him the check .
for'
4. Southside and Starke elementary pumps by two to three cents per

.: h Yu.iday.lyLy. I : schools. gallon this week while another drop Two Irate Starke gasoline dealers contacted the Telegraph after last Thurs-- lion f 112 to be given to the city commis- ? ::

..; .' .Casey said April 16 had his salary ped prices on two pumps by two cents. day's story on gasoline prices and the 'gas shortage: y
:: BUARCMIetingat e supplements been approved his ad- per gallon Tuesday. The Telegraph was told by Larry Gllsson I that his wife Betty leases 301 Gulf Edwards said Bowen had quit his ""
Sunshine Acres Few station owners predicted muchof as the corner of 301, South and Madison Street The Telegraph understood that job at Terwillegar, Motors because of ''-: "
7t 1 30 p.m. a change for the new month. Carl the name of the station was. Register Gull Gllsaon leases.the station from the'talk that to was getting extra income 'a I
Index Hurst said.Shell notified him that his Register. by working as a mechanic while :.
.uwtey-City: Council; ..., '', station will be cut from an 85 percent GUs*cm also stated his employe was Incorrect In saying'the station's regular also getting city pay while on suspen-.:

7:30 p.m. two Sections' allocation for April to an 80 percent gas had gone up live cents per gallon on the previous Saturday. "Why. did,you sion. He was suspended as police, \ "
City HallCourtesy allocation for May. think: you could quote my employee?" GUsson asked( V -' '/ s ',:*W chief after' being Indicted l, by the\ !
Section. . . Pages 'tA-1/A ) one grand jury for ', !:
"The gas Is continously going up but hasn't gone up a nickle at any time:\,s cruelty antmats.xi
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Section Pages hurt some, he climbed perjury and misconduct in 1'
Glisson the from public ( }
...' ': of i iL said. A month ago/ price 71.9 cents per gallon to 73.,< ( o .
.. for Glision said. At the lime of the the of regular was 75.'. fice. ,, ; $-" ,
Socftty . . +.1.Pog.II.,4.Editorial. Hurst gave a few tips to drivers whodon't regular, story price y-
: L, JACKSON BUILDING .. . . Page 4A want be caught with an empty ''Gerald Crawford owner of Crawford's Fins, phoned last Friday saving the Bowen has pleaded not guilty to all .. :
tank during the shortage. "I would Telegraph had said his prices were higher than t they were. H&said the the charge. >\ i ,
Sports. .,.. ... ._ Pages HAHAObituarl s ;
SUPPLY of Starke t Telegraph his being two cents: higher than they were. The
;' .;. .. .. ....4. PagMANWS edit;' (gas) early In the morning quoted prices Bowen said took the mechanic ,
Crawford 78.0 cents hf,
Telegraph said was charging allonforregutarand83.9for
ge4- i before noon. I sure wouldn't try Jo get
H-. y 30 r 8. ,Or8 ? ,& V- PfguIA-jASA.JOA unleaded. When Crawford called Thursday he said the prices were correct work because h was a nervous wreck *
. . gas on Sunday if It was me.
Want Ads Pages 1B.3B
and
M tghHy 1 for but for Tuesday was Just trying to do t
Keystone Thursday not something tq
; tOO And 31-A Lgals. . . Page JB Like most area gas station Hurst 'You've raked me over the coals...1 haven't had a cat:.tome in,here this morning keep busy. Bowen laid he'quit ttalobY. '. I
Taxes. . . . Pagess8-IS Monday. "* %" '0.,
473-4973 .has been closing on Sunday since the: Crawford said.



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Florida Governor Bob Graham Graham arrived by helecopter The troops were presented In A'
reviewed 2,500 National Guard troopsat after his plane landed at the Keystone review before Brigadier. General 1 ,
Camp Standing Friday Including a Heights airport and chatted with Jean Beem and Governor Gtatoam
Scottish force in training at the encampment Florida National Guard officers and was escorted in review by Major
northeast of Starke. visitors before the 3 review on General Kennedy C. Bullard.Graham
It was the first time In seven years the parade grounds. lip.m Joined by stopped the review Jeep briefly in
that a governor of Florida had attended Hugh K. Howton, civilian aide to the front of the US-man Scottish Unit to
Florida Secretary of the Army. speak with some of those men.
a troop review at Camp Standing. The Scottish soldiers training at I

Camp Blanding are members of the
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,, Volunteers. They are training with
.\...'>i. jr Florida Guardsmen as part of a

:'NI ','.. ', ',.. NATO exchange program. Guard
.w /' 'Yit';C1J \? amen from Chipley and Apalachicola

.,' Company C,Third Battalion, 124th In-
fantry are currently training in Walesas 4
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'" .f)" > NATO program.
Graham spoke briefly following his
review of the troops.
"The citizen-soldier is in the finest n? ,aI'l4"
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tradition of the United States," f t't'Y t'I I
Graham said. "Your readiness to I
serve is a comfort to all citizens of the
United States. I understand your
training Is in a high state. I commend
vou." the governor said.
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Guard unit In Florida to Capt. Danny Taylor, representingthe assembled for Guard training Friday. April 27. This wai'the
headquarters unit 11110 FARNG of St. Augustine. The first visit by a governor to Camp Blinding In seven' I

Eisenhower trophy Is presented to the best company-sized years, .

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ing troop at Camp Blandlng FridayAndrews is a member of the Bradford -.....i. .. old
I County Democratic Committee. General Bullard looks on as National Guardsmen Pfc. Cynthia Bousert of Atlanta
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Scottish troopers march at Camp Blanding Friday after- member. of the Third Battalion. Slat Highland ::
To Choose From Volunteers. The unit Is training at Camp Blanding for two I
,. 1'1 I >. noon. The drab green uniforms presented a marked contract weeks with the Florida National Guard as part of a NATO..
..> .J;, : to the colorful red and gray uniforms hlghtllghtedAferelativeto exchange program. ,

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< :'" ; pleud4 iil( ,, .aggravated,battery. an(?'ftThe pQtfrgdt r!!,IlulTa: rA jL H' guilty to aggravated battery and arm*.!:
I.... ,'..". > ': "I.) tbuM!: &ru :3.: "(',)6, ,, In jCi jmLs/CtHwB! ; / J last week.isaid,th i,.. f , ,. ..... ..., ed burglary Uvwafrcharged: with at':
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tatloli .. j newspaper story stated that Johnson
counts of aggravated battery and. .-
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t Jiforlaii'/ i It entered the home of his ex-wife, armed burglary. Assistant State Attorney .
Gladys Melton, through a window.
Tom Elwell said Johnson also.
story stated that Johnson useda Relatives said he went through aa' struck Mrs. Melton's husband during.
pipe to hit his former wife. The door. The police maintain that the fracas. According ,to Elweli
'0 ;1"" Save From $60.00 To relative,Johnson's son, David, said It Johnson went in through a window. Johnson entered the Melton's home:

$160.00 Per Set! was a wooden ax handle about 18 In- about midnight and attacked them as
ches long. Police said the hitting end Johnson faces a maximum penalty they slept.

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Injured in 2 Automobile Accidents LawteyManDiesSaturday' ,

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Four persona, three local were Injured natherine French sustained multI- and probably were tired. :t '!
In two automobile accidents on15.301 ple fractures and serious lacerations Damage to the 1978 Ford Fairmont 4n ;
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during Ole put weekFlorida the aa she was thrown 15 feet from her car driven by the French's was estimated
Highway Patrol reports south of Starke while her husband at $ .ooo by Roberts. Six suitcases
escaped serious injury, according! to were opened and scattered all aroundthe -L In Auto WreckRobert /
New Hampshire Woman FHP D.C.Roberta.
Trooper Both were scene of the accident r" ?
Injured In 301 Mishap taken to Alachua General Hospital. L 74 7.

*Hampshire woman was serious- Charles French was released with YOUTHS INJUREDIN Ellis Smith Jr. of Lawtey I,,
IY _
injured l
driving home Tuesday on superficial 1 injuries HEAD-ON COLLISION was killed Instantly Saturday, April i
UB0011 when her car hit a culvert and Roberts said the retired Three local injured in a
Trooper men were ._-, 28 at 10:10 p.m when his car ran off
flipped over. couple had been driving along time head-on collision on north Temple the road on SR-214 near Smith Lake '
Avenue after a semi-truck changed Grocery.
lanes causing one car to cross Into oncoming According to Palatka Florida
:BHS Chorus SuperiorIn traffic Saturday night. Highway Patrol Smith's 1868 Cougar
Driver Matt Hull, 21, PO Box 789, was southbound on SR-214 exceeding
I was driving and Tommy Reddish, 85 mph. The car missed a curve and '
District CompetitionThe 1(17 Debra St.,was a passenger in the was sent tumbling end over end.scattering 'I
mall French-made Fiat which
i debris into the trees and sur ,
veered left to avoid a semi-truck and roundingarea
i
went Into the oncoming traffic lane ,;! {
Bradford High School Concert Those students attending the and collided head-on with the north- A The car flipped over seven times ,
Chorus, under the direction of Don district contest were: bound pick-up driven by Ricky Johns r 1 11 txa and traveled over 400 feet before It ,
Hardy, performed in the District II SOPRANOS: Annette Austin, Joy I
of Kingsley Lake. The Fiat was passing came to rest on Its wheels.It .
Chorus Contest this past March 16 at Bell, Karen Chitty, Kim demons \ the semi-truck when the big truck was suspected that Smith was I :
Gainesville High School and was Dee Gaskins, Carol Geiger, Carol started to pass a vehicle in front of it. thrown from the car on about the fifth h ''
awarded an overall "superior" Hayes Robin Hodges Vickie Kersey The three men were taken to Bradford ( Hip. Smith was found 38 feet In frontof :
rating, the highest possible rating. Cindy Lawson. Terri Matthews, Lois County Hospital. Hull had a the resting vehicle. I I'
This Is the first time the BUS chorus Moore, Barbara Norsworthy Beth severely lacerated arm and Reddish ,
has received a superior rating in its Patray, Susan Sapp, Cathy Schoen- required 60 stiches In his head. Johns Survivors include his Mr. r
history.All Ing, Beth Starner and Barbie Swartz. stayed over night In the hospital for :., parents. I
and Mrs. Robert Smith of LaWley and '
,
: : :
\L."t .
'
ALTOS: Vickie Carver, Ginger observation after being knocked unconscious 'i-, ;:' : "- :' '' ..
sister Carol Smith of
Crews, Stacey Denmark Charlotte in the crash. one Keystone f'
choruses making a superior Geiger, Grider, Debra Griffis, Heights. !
Cathy
Hull was charged with careless New Woman Hurt In Accident Twenty-five old Smith was a I
rating at district contests are eligibleto Cathey Holtz,Cheryl Jacobsoiv Mary Hampshire year
driving while the driver of the semi-
student and of the University
employee
participate in the Florida vocal
Ann Miller, Melanie Morris Sherra i
truck held for \
Association (FVA) State Contest. Mott, Terry Powell, Michelle Sapp, was only --questioning._._-_. -_. -_ .- --- .----.- of Florida.
This year's state contest is being held Robin Stephens, and Ronda Stern. a { !
at. Florida State University In TENORS: Randy Andrews, George Frow Strickland
Tallahassee on May 1012. Needless to Canova, Mike Futch, Denny George, r
say, the Bradford High School Chorusis and Kevin Griffis.
scheduled to participate. The BASSES: Henry Berry, Craig Faces June Trial
chorus is planning to leave the high, Bryan,Lee Felton, Joey Herres,Cecil
school Wednesday at 4 p.m. and will Prenton, Mike Ricks, Dale Underhill I'
return Friday, May 11, around noon. and Doug York. 4. For Tax Evasion '


Concert Set Tomorrow 2 Bands Frow Strickland of Kingsley Lake i'
I Spring By has been accused of filing false ,'
federal income tax returns for three t,,
A Spring Band Concert is set tomorrow "Military Suite in F," "Fanfare and years and faces trial on June 28 In '1'-'
night(Friday,May) atBp.m.ln Allegro," and "Chorale and Caprlc- Jacksonville. r'',
the BUS auditorium by the Bradford cio.'TThe An indictment filed on April S by the '
High Band and the Bradford Middle BMS band played at Sea World U.S. Attorney,alleges that Strickland
School Band, according to BMS Band last Friday, and the concert there reported no income in 1972 while his
Director Mike Woodfin. went smoothly, Director Woodfin 'l taxable Income amounted to $22,100 !.
Selection will be mainly the music says. calling for a tax payment of$3,800; in I
the bands played at district contest. 1973 he filed an Income sum of$8,231
Both Bradford bands received and paid $1 to:" in taxes. The Indict :
straight superior rating, the highest Carroll's Brother ment states his family Income totaled
possible, in district competition.The $78,400 and should have paid S22 600 in '
BUS band has 65 members, the taxes; and In 1974, Stricklandreported ,
BMS band 40.Selections Charged With no income. The indictment '
to be played by the mid'die M' 1 claims Strickland and his wife jointly ,
school band include: Storm King earned an Income In that year totaling '
March," "Brigadier Overture," "A Threat of Witness $61,300 which calculated tax ow- ;)
Piece of the Rock," "Festivo." ed of $21,000.The .
The high school band will play the The 18-year-old brother of federal grand jury leveled the
"Emblem of Unity, March,," Roosevelt Carroll,who was convictedof charges based on information sup :
attempted murder last week, was Girl Scouts Puppet Show EntertainsM'Women'8' ClubA plied by the Internal Revenue Service I
jailed soon after the trial for allegedly and U.S. Attorney. !
threatening a witness in his brother's large crowd attended the Bradford-Union Girl Scout pet Show."Daisy." Each troop presented a song or game If found guilty, Strickland could
as..o from page 1 trial. Neighborhood Event held Tuesday night May I, In the from another country, face a five-year prison sentence and '
Assistant State Attorney' Len Starke Woman's Club. Senior Troop 669 presented a pup- .. $10,000 fine. !
prices earlier to have Carroll t
gas enough gas Register said Anthony
for it's local customers. threatened Michael DeSue, a witnessto Bradford High Students to Attend'Grad'Night Celebration at Disney World r; \
"When we were lower than an incident in which Roosevelt Car- :

everybody. else iistomers., we didn't have We went gas for roll shot Ronald Parrish with a LAKE BUENA VISTA Bradford party will Include Rose Royce,,First 1 itil'r itf> a.ri!; graduates will have will attend from Florida Georgia. |j f h: I
on- up .22-caliber rifle. High School students will be among'the Choice, ubryM Gang, CottonSUrgardXndttMaaes. ,- ,' ,
else and the Gene Unlimited use !of all 45 major attractions New Jersey Alabama Virginia 11I I if
> now The convicted Carroll, 22, in
jury
uj high school seniors from 10 states and South and 1<
t txcept the shooting gallery llnois, Carolina Texas }
mla don t here much the acm
but DeSue did 'III
so not
>a stop as we shooting case,
kw
who will celebrate their graduation at' In addiUon Dihi World entertajners Tiscovery Land 9 JWorldT
),includrng thrillIng. for
** ,,the cording to a spokesman Disney .
have plenty for .our customers. point to Carroll as the assailant -all-night. Iwith- top-'fnuste&r1'" including the Mardi Gras 4e
parties "InCTomorv
Johns said. '.". > ''c, Authorities Carroll had Space Mountain > g.
said'Anthony entertainment and all the adventures ": Sound .well'arthe famous4 '
h.I 'J Company toowland.L' The Grad"Nile activities begin the a
Several statfon IoWing earlie?
are threatened DeSue him to T
and have causing of Walt Disney World during'GraVJ. Disney characters will perform Approximately 273,000 seniors have second weekend in May, but Starke I
on Sundays to enough to his in the "
change shooting
gas testimony "v
'J
make it the month the Illite 79 on May 18. thftmghout the Magic Kingdom. participated in the Grad Nile parties grads will travel to the Orlando attraction I
through on
amount allocated. Shuford's Chevron case. Starring musical groups for each Beginning I at 11 p.m.and lasting un- since 1972. This year more than 75,000 on,May 18. I

displayed a 'NO GAS' sign betweenthe L
islands at the station Tuesday
evening after closing early, ''
Beverly Bryan of Bryan s Gulf said, 'I
"It's looking better to me. I'm goingto At The WIN'CHEVROLETOLDS
run this week the same as last
week. I came out perfectly. for .

April.Local" gasoline distributors don't Community State Bank I;

seem to have an answer to questions
concerning rising prices or cuts In
allocations to dealers.1'bere's .
-' just really no way to look
down the road," said Freeman The Customer IsThat's
Regiater.III, of Register Oil Co.
Although customers admit they No 1
can't:;: do much about prices or See The 1980 H
'shortages',they do have a few thingsto .
say about the situation. I
"I-don't believe there's a gas shortage f
,? says SM. Miller. "We knew CITATION
thU anything thing was about coming it."and they didn't Why We Are Open At I.e f

Jack Edmond seemed. to feel !
caught by the crunch. Looks like
everywhere I go it's high," he said.
One customer said he thought the
government could do something. 7

Carter They ought he quipped.to recall President a.m MonThroughFriAnd

"In-a little town like Starke people
haye got to drive to places like ,
Jacksonville and Gainesville to
work,'' Miller said; "It's rough on the
'common. man." 12-Ooor Coup


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Still Open Car Of The Future. Come In, See For Yoi rselfe
Considerable interest has been
shown: in the zoning class which Take test Drive Ask Gwstiaas Aad Place
begins May 7, but there's still room ;
for more students to enroll., j' '
Your Order NOWCITATION .
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pus-director may Join Monday said night interest at the persons first 9 5 7 0 MODEL NO. IxHIl } )
'
class meeting. The class runs from 7 Min. Certificate Issued Ami. HO.OOO '
until 9-.43 each Monday night this
p.m. Certificates t
Rates Guaranteed .
To
quarter ends June 20). he said. The Maturity Issued 2 her Cerpe ,,
cost for auditing the course is $15.
May 3,1979 Thru May 9th. 1979 *)
The material on land use regulations / )
will be taught by Scott Kwon of
the North Central Florida Regional $3988i: ::

Planning Other SFCC Council.courses offered for Money Withdrawn Before Maturity Draws Regular

credit in Starke this quarter include< Intro. to
Religion in America
Literature and Comp., Human Plus State Tax And Tag ,
Growth and Development and Music X lOBBIHIMliS: DRIVE"IN Hi IHM

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"Fiddler on the Roof" closed out a smash- Air Station, where cast member1 Don. Neel i

hit run Saturday night at the Starke Golf and works, bought out one performance. .... F

Country Club, having delighted capacity audiences -
each of the six nights it played.Our For years Jockel has wanted to play the lead

role in Fiddler and the cast didn't complain

when he tagged himself for the lead. And

hat is off to the cast which studied parts Jockel may have had trouble hitting the low

and practiced for months before staging its notes in the lead role of Tevye but he turned in

most difficult production of the group s nine- a superb performance.

year history. How many nights did they meet
for rehearsal Pauline Tanner gave the role of Golde

Tevye's wife, a special charm. Sylvia Reddish

used just the right mixture of imperiousnessand

Over the years the local thespian group has chmaker.worldly wisdom as Yente. the mat- Source of Summer CoolnessIn I
Tevye's daughters were portrayedby
knitted itself into a unit which can work closely -
together to turn out a quality production.Led Chris Wilson, Marian Douglas, and the days before air-conditioning and an electric Thin I*the way the pl.1I1Iook.d soon after constructionin
Richard the Stephanie Green. refrigerator and freezer In every home,citizens of Slarke IMS.! Oldsters In Stark today still remember running.
by Jockel director who
just depended on the old Klark lee plant run for many year along behind the ire truck, as children 10'sack on silvers
maybe should have gone into the theatre, his The cast overcame the limitations in the set- by W.L. Wall, for mean of keeping cool during the sum- of Ire I from the wagon as the big blocks were chipped for I
first love instead of school administration, the flier months. rieliierval homes.
cast has risen to the occassion each year. It ting of the country club stage. Each audiencewas

can make an audience forget cast membersare lifted into the mythical Russian village of I

the housewife next door, the local Anatevka.The .

secretary or school teacher. For the duration We GetLetters County Agent's By '

of the play, they are actors! Fiddler cast and director Jockel can Bobby .;
take much pride in their repertory work being e Notebook

the next thing to the professional. The group is Taylor "

The group has made quite a name for itself an asset to the communityanother one of the 1

over the years. Out of towners have learned good things about the place in which we live.

about the local repertory group. Tickets were Bell Emergency .

scarce items even before opening night. A What do you want to bet that Jockel already Treatment Criticized general or dust that

group of employees of the Jacksonville Naval knows which play he'll produce next year? ,v, Training Update UrgedTo by Phones Bobby M4-CZ8O L.Taylor contains purpose either malathion spray or diazinon'. .

There has been a lot of talk and plus Sevin or Methoxychlor.
Whom It May Concern
: Malathion or diazinon is good for
On Thursday.April 16.a client from publicity about strawberries this aphids (plant lice), small worms or:
year. This is because the season has
I Bradford-Union Association for caterpillars, leaf hoppers or leaf
been good and strawberry productionand
A Whipped Cream High Retarded Citizens was brought into quality have been excellent. I rollers and stink bugs and thrips.
the of the Bradford
emergency room heard Sevin should control most worms like -
have several that
County Hospital. He had had a grandma growers say
armyworms, budworms, small cab-
it's hard to recall a better
is safe from the out to bone seizure which resulted in mouth year. bage worms and other cater
Nothing youngster geta depress marrow, impair peripheralnerve stitches. Berries were held back somewhatby grass
quick high. function and kill brain cells. injuries while be necessitating was awaiting treatment in late cold and harvest started about pillars.beetles It is also good for most
grasshoppers and stinkbugs.
two weeks later than normal.
the he had another
emergency room -
The it grand mal I seizure. The first action However, the plants seemed to have General purpose spray may also
whipping cream industry uses
contain a fungicide that will control'most
Latest for alarm been for bloom
cause among doctors is the building up a heavy
taken by the medical
because the other alternative to aerating the emergency of the common diseases on most
and fruit set during this time. Most
aerosol can of whipped cream. When left at technician was to try to place a
vegetables. The be
creamcarbon dioxidesours the mixture.Dr. fungicide may
fields had a heavy fruit crop and/ a
room temperature for an hour or so and wooden tongue depressor coveredwith peak was reached early in the season. either zineb, maneb bravo, benlateor
squirted unshaken the can produces not a tape in his mouth. Rain and cool captan. For best results, a control
William Duke nights are keepingthe
.
Murray a Keith Directorof
University According to Parfce.
,
fluff: .of sweet cream: but a jet of laughing gas.It plants in good condition. Plantsare program should be started early
anesthesiologist who spoke on the problem the Gainesville Chapter of the Na. still blooming and have small before the disease or insects get too

before a clinical meeting in Kansas City, has lional Epilepsy Foundation one fruit that could be harvested later this big a start.Consider.
should hard the
into
was no laughing matter for one college filed a complaint with the federal Food and mouth not of a place seizure a victim object as it is improper month. Growers are hoping there will all pesticides as potential

student who died from ;suffociation after his Drug Administration about the dangers of us- treatment and still be a demand for berries either strictly poisons.according They should to manufacturers'be applied

nitrous oxide high. An April 30 article on ing nitrous oxide in whipping cream cans, hazardous for the patient.The correct commercially or on a U-Pick-Il basis precaution and recommendations.
Even
medicine in the Florida Times-Union says Current FDA posture is that the cans are not a method is to place a soft object in the for berries.has though prices held to the grower good Always wash vegetables from the

Medical World News reported five deaths last public health hazard when used for their In- back Listed of the below victim's are several mouth. this year, costs for proton and garden thoroughly before using. Use
steps
year from nitrous oxide abuse. tended purpose: to squirt whipped cream. But, for the treatment of seizures suggested :- harvesting have gone up considerably pesticides insects only and as diseases necessary to control -

even if the FDA wanted to ban use of the gas, it 1. Remain calm. This means the margin of applications during the and stop
profit will be less flat, but hopefully harvestingseason.
would taked three to four years of testing 2. Loosen any tight clothing. per Store pesticides in their'original
production acre will be
Nitrous oxide in the hands of "before the ban could be consider 3. Clear the area. per labeled containers.
proCessionals, ". even Lone enough to enable the gruwer to make Keep
is an effective anesthetic and prescriptiondrug. "Y FDA official said. *f'S .U ** person's 4. Place head.something soft under the some money. them out of the reach of children' and

But in the hands of those looking for a.- : ... 5. Gently turn bead to one side. irresponsible persons

quick mind it be lethal it Meanwhile parents it 6. If Is excessive Other Crop*, ,. .., ,
warp can ; causes ate' justojieoreer" person an Looking: Good.Too d. ,""'H't.f'.. w t 1 1 ,1 ''h". .
short, intense rush followed by tingling sensa from which we have to try to protect our chewer/biter.something soft in Other such
,
as vegetables,
crops
QQLL2thJQP
tions. .. the side of the mouth.It ID
youngsters. / field
is of my opinion that those crops and watermelons are also
I looking good now. Pecan trees and
employed by the hospital need to C a
Not only does nitrous oxide deprive the body Of course, a smart teenager who uses his a receive updated training in the pasture grasses have come out and

of much-neededoxygen, repeated use can head is his own best protection. techniques of handling seizure pa- are growing. Gardens generally look
and folks will
4 tients. good some soon be By William S. Haas

"f Thankfully the patient was not eating squash and tomatoes and other Service Officer
harmed vegetables. Onions and irish poUtoes
by the techniques administered
but I feel that the hospital are now being harvested by those who
I board and staff need to be aware of were able to grow them during late
The Sun Belt the situation. winter. Veterans Administration (VA)
SyndromeIf Sincerely Bulbing onions like Texas Grano. Chief Max Cleland urged Congress topermit

Joan lcKinDey Granex.or Tropicanna red are not as VA to give professional readJustment .
venience and discomforts of living in the Nor large as they usually are,but they are counseling to Vietnam era
current trends continue, the 15 so-called as good or better than ever.They sure veterans. .
.
"Sun Belt" states will almost double their theast and North-Central regions during the do add to the taste and flavor of a Cleland who 10 years ago testified

population by the end of the century, and account past two or three severe winters. These conditions Doc Miller Recalls charcoaled hamburger. It's hard to before a Congressional Committee

for more than 40 percent of the U.S. have caused residents of those areas to Field Full!Decaying: tell whether George Grant, Leon about his own problems In'read-
Belt and Starling or Luther Hilliard has the Justing after being severely wounded
cast envious eyes at the Sun many Beer Brewery Wagons
population, according to the Population Dear Sir best onions. In Vietnam, testified before the
:
are planning to "follow the sun" as soon as
Reference Bureau, a Washington-based non- The front page picture of the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee .
profit organization specializing in population they can sell out where they are, and obtain Anheuser &-up hitch of Clydesdales Insects.Diseases chaired by Senator Alan Cranston of

research. jobs where they want to go. As the labor force recalls a sight I witnessed of their St. Already Hitting California.
begins to move, so will industry be compelledto Louis Brewery back in 1927. I'm already getting calls about insects Cranston has introduced legislationto
follow and of them have already I was with the big Christy Bros. and diseases in the garden. Most allow VA to:
According to these projections, if the growth many Railroad Circus advertising car: and insect calls have been on aphids on -provide Vietnam era veterans with -
pattern of the 1970s continues, the Sun Belt including started pulling out of the Northeast.The we*Sundayed*across the river in Ill's peas worms on greens and soil in- a broader range of professional read

Florida and 14 other states, will reach East St. Louis. I decided to walk sects like cut worms. My usual sug- justment counseling, and when considered
112 million people comprising 43.2 percent of Sun Belt's population explosion will br- across the Mississippi River "Free" gestion for the gardener is to use a necessary to the veteran's

the nation's population. ing some benefits, and also some problems bridge trekn proved to be an exhausting mental-treat health to his family;
veterans with
drug and
within the next decade. The region's growing alcohol abuse in -.
Half way across the river I lookedat problems community.
According to the study, this increase cannotbe prosperity has already reduced unemployment the Missouri shore and there in a facilities;
attributed to the birth rate which has been rates below the national average in most large field were hundreds.-yes that iscorrect operate a 5 year pilot program of

declining in all regions..Migration from other Sun Belt states. It is also expected to shift at ,- f brewery wagons shipped LETTERS SS:? preventive health services for
least seven Congressional House of Represen- back to the home plant as no one expected veterans with service-connected
areas to the Sun Belt is determined as the key disabilities.
factor in what tatives seats from Snow Belt to Sun Belt prohibition to last more than a OeUnd said the for
is called "a radical change in provision read-
few months. By 1937 these forlorn
and Florida stands to "win big" in passed and at this time is under the '
states justment
counseling by VA "is
the long .
historic distribution patterns of U.S. wagons were completely lacking of advisement of the Board.It .
population." gaining legislators by 1980, picking up at least paint and the several years of storms is the opinion of the Bradford that overdue. Our experience indicates

two more representatives by that date. bad deposited layer of dirt on the Education Association .that, until many problems veterans for with readjustment ::..
bodies also a healthy growth of grass severar- years
there Is
negotiations are completed no after their "
Several factors are contributing to this But rapid growth is not an unalloyed bless- and weeds. AD were beond repair, ceiling or a final figure on salaries. VA evaluation discharge or treatment.have not sought .

trend of migration from North to South. One is ing. It also brings problems of planning; providing camera I stood for there it was wishing a sight far I too few Bradford FducaUanMace.Sincerely. He observed that some were reluctant .

an about-face in the century-old South-to- utilities and other services for the newfound people would ever see or be ieve. to seek readjustment assistance

North flow of job-seeking blacks and low in- residents; more and better roads for Judging from the then cost of circus: because at an unwillingness to admit
come whites. That baggage the Anheuser P they could not solve their own pro-
migratory pattern peakedat them to ride on and many other headaches. wagons ones blems."They.
the end of World War II and. in the first half were certainly far more costly as they also doubt .
sported brass wheel hubs seat may whether VA ,
of the 1970s, the South gained 2.6 million new Florida towns and cities from the largest to handles and steps,likely costing more Bayks.itlgkwayQahrd Prefers can help, and whether they are eligi

residents through migration-nearly all from the smallest should start now getting readyfor than five thousand each. Southern Baptist Banks ble for VA assistance,"Cleland said.

the Northeast and North-Central regions. this soaring population. Otherwise, there Regards. A Letter to the Editor: ble Their for eligible proposal Vietnam would make it possi
veterans and
for both the Art'DoCMtllerCasey's We the oomce o..ed members OK .
unsurmountable
will be problems dependents to be counseled
Another factor is the Bayless Ifiway Baptist Church, wishto by professionals
increasing cost incon- without the
home folks and the newcomers. clarify matter concerning a letter need for referral
to a VA mental
health
unit Very few
from the Southern Baptist Sunday
c .; '. .' veterans would require hospitalizaVan '
.. N..yfiQf. ra.'t w : School Board concerning sonfe
for their
... literature which was ordered by tb* readjustment problems.
r #q :\ StatementBefore tamer pastor. Rev. Gary Bement Cleland told the Committee first year ..
yC
costs for the
Bargaining >
program are estimated
The following letter was sent to the
\.
at
jVMates Talks Law $9.'million.
Treasurer: of the church: :
DarIn Sir
: Reference: Your inquiry concerning
Every year Americans cash about 10 billion '.. ,.. a recent School Board Meeting of Accent B/P Pu bliation,Denver;
cheeks worth about 800 billion dollars. April 16. 1979 Superintendent Tom Colov This is an Independent publisher
y .. ., Casey preconditioned teacher'negotiations
of Bible Teaching materials forIeftI'a.I
a. to take place In June bypubticty The 0
was known as Bap inZ
stating that be was working btiatiomr
hid
r'"I RJt BRADFORD tar increase in ?
cot a 7 percent teachers
Accent
1 B/P Publications is not connected Z
salaries. The 7 percent figure states
rry
with of the
: e niutmts an implied ceiling: for Southern Baptist any Conv agency ntion. In L
A :iIrrap1C salaries to teachers erne before the-. general Accent B/P Publications "

rear bargaining process has begin materials are more expensive (as
Mr. statement violates the
Casey's much twice the
C : as coat than Baptist
Collective Bargaining Law. Sundar School Board Bible teaching i
BOBO.FERGUSOFIJOICNM.MILLERSINCE
Aa implication was made that he ..lrNJewofa
materials bat do not to be
? appear
1m toil PwMK*.rs was following guidelines set forth by .
superior in either or con ... .
appearance cls k*
President Carter. However, pleasesate
I F.bUi\ad.acct act......... that at the Mr. tent.This letter was submitted by Mr. resell af parals trying. to traM 3t
Thursday ss stand tiara Ma$ sr.t shs. Past OffIce.t ss..tKe. F1L undar Act" same meeting Charles A. SaOirant. & '
I Mardt J. 1179.I Casey also proponed an. Increase ofapproximaUrr Research Services, Depsor= csJMwai whk..t Martini out at

I fabicr4lton nth Mrod.. areas ft Fst Yours II Sb aaswllK.Phen.lsl47. CO percent la the snpplemeats Nash vine.Tenn.! the Mae.w ..-

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education specificationsfor Approved pl na presented
from page one -Approved by
the new wing at Lawtey Eleme Cissy Santangenl. of how the county I
tary. *"> spend 131,7111 to tutor migrant
tudents below high school level The
1979-80 -Approved expenditure!' of not mere program will enroll M students 141 ,
Appointments than fejBO for the city gas deparmeal more than last year and have one
to install new gas lines to the middle fulltimer migrant Instructor and 1.:S

bouthside elementary school are On teacher assignments.makes Casey school.__-_vo____tech d complex. .. .... ._.__ tutors ,
) $2,430. said until the Legislature final ;' .,' e,
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member Pat Spengler decisions on weights for earning .\ '. .. : ."....,', I'.".."'r"" '
brought up the administrative school funds and until the final valueof ;' '" I ;,, '. .. .
changes at the end of Monday night's the student funding llt is known '. I.. ...". ., '.
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she researched the Issue and the decisions about programs.
school board has no authority to block Casey also pointed out a State
a' superintendent's appointment on Department of Education requirement
any grounds other than: 1) lack of that 90 percent of money earnedIn j
certification. or 2) immorality. grades K-3 be spent in that area, RI
"Regardless of who the superintendent and that 80 percent of the dollars .
recommends, this board has no earned in grades 4-10 be spent In those i 0j -

choice unless they are Immoral or grades X"'I" J $ '"
uncertified," Mrs. Spengler told her What is being done to overcome the j
fellow board members. Citing the deficit of some $220,000 In the high -' r rK
1977 case in which the school board at. school budget, board member J.T :
tempted to block the appointment of Parrish wanted to know. There is no {
Charles Francis as principal of the source just now to give the high school
high school but was overruled when money to make up losses In the high "
Casey took the matter to court, Mrs. school, but that after the Legislaturemeets '
Spengler read from the court decision he expects there will be money ,
Casey was silent. available to help Casey said. lie suggested t w ;t1ce .
"I oppose moving principals from a work session on the high y Dn ,
school to school just about every school budget problem after funding ,
year," said board member J.T. Par available Is known.In W .
rish. other April 30 action the school 1b .'
"That Is the general consensusthe board: "
board" said Chairman Vernon .
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Teachers who presently hold Continuing Contract)
Brooker Elementary School:
Gail Cook, Rick Ezzell, Dorothy Jackson and Susan Scott. a --- J
Hampton Elementary School: A rrw
Norma Jean Clark, Ernestine Denmark, Arlene Rich Noelle Silk Carole George Harper pastor of the First United Methodist Church of Sta.....
Stevenson, Kathryn Wigglesworth and Earselene Zimmerman. received a plaque for the church's continued support of Girl Scouting: for 22
Lawley' Elementary: School: years Mrs. A.J. Eaves member of the Gateway Girl Scout Council presented
Alice Anderson, Melody Cuttino, Becky Dobbins, Joy Goodall, Odessa that award and a brass ruler for Harper's personal support of the program.
Hamilton, Ernestine Register,Julia Ripplinger,Eddie Joyce Sexton and Linda
Tougaw.
Slarke Elementary School:
Philomena Adkinson, Robert Austin, Donna Brewer, Roger Chilson, Betty
Crawford Fatha DeSue, Deborah Dixon Muriel Gay Deborah Gray, Charlotte 'i?(U} J0'i71] LUao!
Hoffman Mae Jenkins, Helen Johns, Evelena.Kittles, Yvonne Long, Tommie
Nolin, Minnie Lou Patray, Willie Mae Randolph, Barbara Reddish, Sue
Shubert Emma Strong, Marilyn Vellenga, Patricia Wainwright Maurice 138 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. 9645890Starke'8
White, Lysle Williams, Suzanna Williams and Sue Winkler.
Southside Elementary School:
Ann Baker, Vicki Beal Carolyn Canova Sandra Duncan, Mary Agnes Own Bakerv
Ferguson. Phyllis Goldberg. Iva Jean Harrell, Mildred S. Harper, Thelma L1iiI j 4n
Knight Cynthia B. Lawrence, James P. Lewis, Beulah J. Lennon, Laurie I.Muiins ... ___ '-""' ....... Give A Mother A Cake
Vicki McKinney, Verna P. Schmidt, Brenda Shinholser Ernestine W.
Thompkins, JoAnn Tyson, Eugenia Whitehead, Monterey Wasdin! Burney Ted Lane told students In the fourth grade at Southslde Elementary School'
Winkler and Elaine B. Wood. about his scuba diving adventures below sea waters as he gathering'various For Mother's Day May 13
Bradford Middle School: shells. Lane displayed the shells and talked about the animals that inhabited

Jewelle U, Brown, Judith A. Clark, Anna G. Clayton;Carolyn K. Dyal, Bren- them before he found them on the ocean' floor The students gathered In Mrs S. ,
da L. Farnsworth Julia T. Griffis Mildred Hardin, Ruth Jenkins. Geraldine Jean llarreir classroom. 1 'I '

Lewis George Loper.Jr., Jeanne 1\! Loper, Audrey Myers, Ester K. Norman, .,. W -
Clydeen Petrella, Gerard Petrella Donna Lee Smith, John D. Snell, Virginia
Walkup, Michael Woodfin and Denise McCullough. i i'i
Bradford High School:
Warney M Adkinson Allison G. Aljets,Gregory A. Alvarez, David Brooks,L. ,
Dean Cas elsw Susan Chilson, Edythe Combs,'Bill E. Costello, Harold Cunningham 11 > L. ( I ,
,,Nancy Denton, Hilda Dey, JoAnna Hallman, Dennie Hansen, Sally f'j'" ,I I' ,
V. Hansen, Linda II. Harrell. Edna Harrington, Inez B. Harvey Theresa W. .I'J,.. If I .
Holiday, Grover.E Howard, Melba B, Howard, Wm. David Hurse, Paul Hut- '4 < -. I' '. ,'', power1.I 1 ,I
chins/Jerry L..McGriffJuli Miller, Adele Mitchell. Mary E. Osborn,JohnA. WK .. ,, ,. ... "".
.,I eddUi""', Michael.Reddish. ,Paula Register Olivia T. Scott, Michael A. Sexton ; ; :
M. Sandra Smith, Gladys B. Thomas 'Johnnie L. Thomas Thelma VI: I tJiri> _. 1. .
Thornton, Robert D. Thorpe,,VirgiJlla P. Waldmire\ John II. Whalen. and LindaF. .. ,
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Wiite.'oTt'ch !> 'I ':t "A. tAt' .1 I 97319 ,+ .,..
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Bernice Bateman, Oscar Davis.Martha S. Fried, Quincy: E. Gardner, Henry ncr.t '". .' buvdrwJTUa90a "u..! -Hi: ? ..it 'luH:! .t..U.
Greene, Owen A. Hoover James Hunnicutt Mary K.i'WtClodd.!: (: Dolores svla IItY.IJC'J+ 81 aiei tl .0 Tip, ..l.1' r' II ";r,,'.1 '.c:1: 06 i jj, IflBW Watf1 r"IIJP,
Morgan, M.A.. Payne Jr.. M.A. Payne Sr,, Reb&ta IA",*Reddiih? Della I. .(117ti'v5d, 'UO oI.JJ n ."t
Rosenberg Betty A. Stevens,' 11uby.A. Thomas Joseph N, Warren, Dianne 0 9brd ; ; ..
Westoott>Waller Westcott, Jr. > ,
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Earl Howell. ctriciJ

Psychologist Florence Project Jennings.PASS ::_ is in


Dorothy.Moore. \ and Peggy JStanwix-Hay. .
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lirouker Elementary School: '..,
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Judith Burrows. Laurie C. Ezell and Martha Pillow. J'"J.: b d
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Hampton Elementary ; :' an s. l'
McMillan. \ : M ";,)101 i .
Lawley Elementary: : 'f S i:.<\ r'l, ;"t' r: ; "

Sharon Golden, William MIRae! and Susan Starling. ,'''' 1'1
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Starkr Elementary: >
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Carol and Deborah Woodfin. ) ', '
Annette McClellan Redding I : 1
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Southside Elementary: : "'
Dorothy Leach, Susan Nichols and Lynn Ward. Regular and low sulfur oil are< down to 120, (or 140, if you have ,,;,! ...i.a.",, It }

Bradford Farouk Middle Abdulla School, Nancy: Brewer and Lorraine Smith. In short supply. And expensive.So r a dishwasher). And if you're goingto ,: ,..j ':r.'f"" ... 1 'j

Bradford High School S .. right now it's more important be away for three or more days, .0' ';
Donald Hancock and Michael L. Hartley. -. ,,- '.\<4b: 'i'4, ';i..NU ,
Vo-Tech: .' '" \ '', .;,.'. 1 than:et'er to practice conserving turn';your water heater off. i:

Jack D. McDaniel and Eugene Tanner(Pending current certification. ),, i")\', electricity. Governor Graham is .'.* !.\ ...
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Teachers recommended for Annual Contract: \\f.; ; :' ; 0'r: : encouraging) a voluntary conservation Jt "'- ;: ""

Brooker Kathy Hobbs Elementary Susan: C. Holshouser and Joan Watson. "v program, because it's in every.body's .. i; ; \. 'i J

Hampton Elementary best interest to preserve our r4.IIrm1. !

Law Debbie ley Elementary Bigham' Mindy: McLean. and Mary C. Peterson. '' ."J..i energy resources. We agree. And -...: !'\"'1';.. 1

Marguerite Brassell, Darlene Brown, Nancy Fullwood, Joyce Johnson, Ann .' here are some of FPL's suggestionson .. ... ; t a' rrA "

Loyed, Larry Powell Doretha Wilson and Lavon Drivas. how you can lend a hand. G' "'. '..: ,...,.... 1t ,. :
Starke Elementary: ,
Eula Brand Elizabeth Goodall Elaine Griffis, Janet Gunning Ramona Jordan -' --...-.4 ,;
Mary Kyle.Janine Sellers, Joyce Tetstone and Joseph Watson. 'et''' 'il J
Southside Elementary: ;, .1/ J A flick of the finger will turnoffanylightorapplianceyou'renot :
Esther Casas, Carol A. Clark, Charlene Ennis Donna- P. Hartley. Shirley. "Mi.iJDon't / '
Johnson. Maria Kopelousos. Janet Neighbors Joyce Sanderson and Carolyn.
Taylor. do a handful of laundryor using. I It's a small economy, but not
Bradford :Middle School: dishes. Wait until have
Linda E. Bennett, George Bowen, JoAnne J, Brierton. Michael J. Brunettl. you a when you multiply it by thousandsof I
Ann M. Cunningham. William L. Dey Victoria Moschella. Edward M. Powell /. full load. And use cold water when- hours and millions of homes.
J.1I. Sandberg. Jr.. Becky R. Shockey and Annie McL. Williams.
Bradford High School: everpossible.lfyouhaveapoollendahand. And, if you're planning to
> Judy A. Becker, Steven Boissoneault. Claire F. Brunettl. Shirley C. Dykes ..
home there's
Brady Greathouse William E.Hahs. Verdell Hall Donald Hardy Ronney Harris :;. buy a new more :

Patsy N. Lawson, Madge. Anne' Miller. Barbara B. O'Brlan Debra L. .,'r' A finger and thumb is all it by reducing the hours of thepump'soperation than a handful of reasons to askyourbuilderaboutFPL'sWatt
Prevail John O. Slater. John R. Smith and William E. Vogeney. to the minimum requiredby
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Vo-Tnh: takes to turn air-conditioner
William Driskell Alvin L. Fisher. Buel Hudson Silas your the manufacturer. That will I
Lonnie Davis. Ray Living Program; and the built-in
Jenkins Donald R. McKee David E. Pfennlger and Linda O. Pfenniger.. Debbie thermostat up to 78 comfortable make bill take a dip, too.
your energy-saving features that will
Spengler Visiting teacher. setting, that will result in significant
a help reduce your electricity costs.
Teachers retiring In June I97: savings. ,
Betty Haas and Jane A, Trawick. o
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Concrete blocks: tied to the limbs anchor these limb which become flab at-
tradon.Frank Tate shoves the branches Into about meet of water oa the west
tide of Crosby Lake to Bradford Comity.If*p.rtof a federal and state program ";
implime led by the Florida Fresh Water Fish and Game Commission to pro- -
duce good tubing xroaada throughout Florida. Above.Tate and Willis load the"

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Some of the excise tax Bradford attractor is 9300. The tires and branches
County fishermen have paid on equipment are donated leaving only the coat.,
has been returned to attract fish of rope to tie the limbs, plastic strap. .
STARKE in Lake Crosby.A to bold the tires together and concrete.:
five-year program to install fish blocks for sinkers.
attractors in Florida lakes will Willis and Tate began working-,
RADIATOR SERVICEThe benefit fishermen who recognize the fulltime on this program in 1978.The '
the federal government provides 7S per-
two buoy markers bobbing on
( Working Folks' Radiator Service) west side of the lake. cent of the money for the program
The anchored attractors rest about which costs $60,000 annually actording
RADIATORS* CLEANED REPAIRED, RODDED,RECORED three feet below the surface. One is to Dewey Weaver of the Lake City
made of tree limbs tied in bunches office of the Florida Fresh Water
NOW OPEN FULL-TIME and held in place by concrete blocks. Fish and Game Commission.That includes -!"
James Willis of Williston and Frank salaries for the two fulltimetgame '
964.6810 Tate of Tallahassee dropped and tied commission employees, two"''
trucks and the pontoon boat used by
Onm a-S P M Won Sal. the limbe last week. the two-man team to drop the limbs
Willis explained that small fish and *
tires.
So For Compute ProtlsHontl R tiatof And Cooling System 5vfe. gather in the limbs and eat the algae :

4 Wopair Com fly. Y and bugs on the limbs.Large preditor Weaver said the five-year program; .
.. fish can't get in among the branchesto coordinated through the Orlando office *:-
LOCAltO AT CO* fH Or 301 SRO. IIOrCae9la-..tO nab the small fish. They swim will supply fish attractors foremost ;
.l around the limbs waiting for the of Florida's lakes. He said:
FREE COOLING SYSTEM INSPECTION smaller fish to grow large enough to biologists in the five regional offices .
venture into open waters. select the lakes to be used in each
OVER 32 YEARS EXPERIENCE >: H. ,
.. .,. Therefore fishermen should find county and determine where the
--- --- -iI"" ----- some fine prospects for a fish dinner materials should be dropped in those
Tires tied la Oweiiinr pyramid...anaiBtFl.w thHf fmfll: Aher Tak aDd lurking in the waters around the lakes.

WIIII dash the Ur *U make them slak.a rwicrete block keep them on bottom. quarter-acre attractor. ,, ..\ ? 5 ,, .1'n.1J!! <-, .iiV.1: iv>l"tt toH
The second fish attractor unit dr0Pped ........'6 the operation at Crosby
Wheel west of the limbs was made from Lake in western Bradford County,
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I old automobile tires. The rubber is game commission officers stocked-
slashed to allow the tires to sink and that lake with about 5,500 sunshine
concrete blocks keep the three-tire bass averaging two inches long. "
from drifting The Willis said those should grow to.
S ringSizz1e SaleSaveupto2OO estimated cost of materials for each good eating size within a year. ..j


State Office Fields Insurance Questionslocated ;'

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Bill Gunter. State Insurance Commissioner at 901 N.W. 8th Avenue, Suite::!
announced today that 277 C-3 Gainesville 32801 and provides'
people contacted the Gainesville Ser- services for Alachua Bradford Dix.-
; vice during ApriL ie. Gilchrist, Levy Marion, Putnam"
and Union Counties. "!
The Service Office handled inquiries Additionally a representative of
from policyholders with Commissioner Gunter's office visits
values that totalled$68,991. Putnam County each first and third.1
wtienyoufouy Citizens with questions and inquiries Tuesday of the month Bradford
Tate Sharpens As about insurance can receive County each second and fourth Tues{,'
assistance by contacting the Service day of the month and Marion County
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19,000 National GuardsmenReservists; Training at Standing this SummerA i



part of the 19.000 National Guard the Third Battalion Slit Highland engineer companies: from Florida,the units. ,designated as an air In addition to...two-week-summer A full-tune year-round staff of :.to! Is ,'\!

and Army Reserve trainees have Volunteers of the Territorial Army. &5th and 269th Engineer Companies defense artillery training site and active duty...... Camp Blanding maintained at Camp Banding: by theNational

already for pouring Into Camp The Third Battalion Is made up of provides training areas for helicopter is used 42 weekends of the year for Guard The camp also contains 1
Standing two weeks of active duty companies: from the queen's Own A 2,400 member support command: shorter training programs The maintenance and supply

or for weekend training which began Highlanders Argyll and Sotherland from Alabama the I67th COSCOM, gunships and for Infantry weapons. facilities for the Florida National
April 14 and will continue through Highlanders and Gordon will train June "23. The group Includes Engineering units that train rt Florida National Guard Military Guard.
In St.
August 11, according to Col. Gus Gonzalez Highlanders engineers from Alabama a Blanding practice demolition technI- Academy headquartered
medical detachment from the Virgin Augustine, conducts training
post commander. As of an exchange ques and construct floating bridges on two-week
part program Islands and Army Reserve MP'sfrom weekends at Blanding and a
Camp that has been set up the Royal Air all Florida some of the camp's many lakes. Projects annual training session in July. Increased of the camp is In linewith
Blinding will see of the over ,
busiest one Force Jet that brought the Scottish are also assigned to the a plan by the Florida National
World War.summers It has had since troops to Blanding will return with engineers to help maintain the camp The FBI periodically slates a five- Guard to have an entire brigade trainat

The Company C of the Third Battalion Camp Blanding facilities provide facilities providing a valuable service day training program as do various one time to make the training
first group arrived April 14. 124th Infantry from the Panama City training areas for infantry engineer- to the camp as well as giving sheriff's departments. These groupsuse more like actual active duty in time of
The
advance detachment for the 53rd ing. signal and air defense artillery training to the
Separate Infantry area which will train In Wales for two men. the rifle range, primarily war.
Brigade (SIB) arrived
April IS and the 3300 member weeks.

for brigade two weeks arrived training Saturday A separate, April 21 In-, talion A South is due Carolina for the air two defense weeks from bat- Businessmen 2'&, Misfits 1 -2, N'Side 1.2 in Keystone Men's Softball TournamentThree I

12-26. The detachment
fantry brigade has its command May 1.200-man

separated from and is not part of a Includes MP's from S.C. and two local men's Jeague teams and then won the game in the eighth J.J. Wheeler's triple and doubles by stingy Guynn's. For the weekend

division. An SIB Is commanded: by a played in a nine team softball tourneyat Inning Ralph Gilpin and Fred Wheeler Randy Corbin led the local club with

colonel and has some 900 to I 000 Keystone lasMceekend.SUrke's The Misfits stayed alive by beating sparked a six run sixth Inning. Gareth seven hits and a .636 batting average.J.J. .

more men and Is more divenlfledthan JudgeRevokes Businessmen won two and Northside Saturday morning The Jones, Terry Sharp and Buddy Wheeler batted .625 while Mark

a divisional brigade Col.! Gonzalez lost two to the double-elimination church league club took a 4-0 lead ear- Revels all had two hits for Northside. Graudon was six for II, Stevfe Cox

says. tourney but their tourney results were ly before the Misfits took a 8-4 lead in In their tourney finale the Misfits five for ten, and Chuck Leasure three

The 53rd SIB Is actually some 4.500 Edwards'License not submitted to the Telegraph. The the third Inning and then won when managed'' just seven hits against for five, .

strong but not all the men are coming Misfits played three games in the I
to But the In before Bradford Coun- ------------ - --- --- -- - ------- .. ) ,
Blanding. 3,300 men that a bearing tourney After losing to Miller Buick -

are there now is one of the two largest ty Judge Elzie Sanders last Thursday, of Keystone 15-10 Friday night they 'Tir11llllE
groups to train at one time this summer the court determined that police had ousted SUrke's third entrant In the :

including units from all over the cause to believe Maurice Edwards Jr. field church league leader Northslde

state. Another group of 3,300 men the might have been drinking and revoked Baptist by a 12-10 score before being TROT-A-VVAV
53rd Signal Group an Alternate Com- his driver's license for 90 days. knocked out themselves by Guynn's :.

mand Headquarters and subordi- The action resulted because Ed- Grocery of High Springs by 32. The !
nant units from Alabama Mississippi wards a Bradford County dairyman Businessmen had beaten Northside HORSE FEED j/,60 PELLETS ..... I,

and an Army Reserve refused to take the Breathalyzer the $445 D-
company 10-3 Friday night. 10% PROTEIN f 10% PROTEIN .. f
from Puerto Rico will be the final test used to determine alcohol contentin Gu 's came back through the "-" I k ,

group to train at Blanding this summer the bloodstream. losers bracket to win the tourney 0.UOOALICHT BRADFORD : i

from July 28 through August 11. Starke police arrested Edwards with two wins over CWA of Jackson HOllER F. HART FEED STORE UNION I
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April 18, after his truck crashed ville. ENTERPRISES FRM

A Territorial Army unit from through a fence and uprooted shrubsin The Misits were down P5 after six il Homer F..Hart Owner Hwy 100 Bradford Union County Line 496-2093 DEALER @
Scotland arrived Saturday April 21 a yard on North Orange Street. Ed- Innings against Miller Buick In their

for two weeks training. The 120-man wards was not Injured and posted opener but rallied for five runs and i =J WIIil eAU I

troop is a composite company from bond for his release. the lead in the last regulation inning. A HH eeeee/'Ae

MB tied the count at 10401n the tenth

H Bowen, Rhoden Plead Innocent r.I

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Suspended Starke Police Chief Jim- and petty larceny. His attorney, Mack

my Bowen has pleaded not guilty to F.Utch, requested a jury trial. "

the 11 charges. handed down by a YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE .
grand jury.Attorney. Bowen is Charged with -misdtf-
'. Dudley Hardy entered the meanors Involving voiding traffic

not guilty pleas in county court last citations failing to enforce laws

Thursday and submitted a written against petty larceny, directing
plea of not guilty in circuit court the police officers to refrain from arresting GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN

day before to the charge involving certain prominent citizens LAST'i.: t

.cruelty to animals.Lt. and advising officers not to enforce liquor i.i.SUNIA
Scottie Rhoden also entered a ordinances in some black

npt guilty plea to cruelty to animals neighborhoods in Starke. :

V'S GAINESVILLE SUN

I 3 Local 4-Hers Dominate Horse Show '.
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Shelley Raley outclassed all ridersin members and their families is set ( .
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the Bradford County 4-H Horse May 20 by. the Bradford County 4-H CLASSIFIED SECTION.
Show by winning four in ". .
trophies Horse Council and horse clubs. Bar- ': <6' .
poles and barrels in the 4.H and Open B-Q pig and chicken pileau will be the ,', ....d ., I

classes in the March 31 competition. main dishes with salades baked I

Starke Horse Club riders garneredseven beans sodas and rols to complete the 4

trophies. menu..
Senior high point trophy went to -

Cliff Crunetti for first place wins in Another Fun Day will be scheduled :The Sun's -Classified section .:,:

Halter Geldings and ,Western in early June and a tentative trip to Shop :

Horsemanship. Mike Brunetti cap Bo-Bett Quarter Horse Farm in Ocala '. :
tured first place in Western Pleasureand is being considered. .
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Miss Raley's four trophies made An over-night trail ride and camp- .. J ;

up the seven trophies. ing trip is being planned for 4 e 'hillIJV4Oi ':i;,, ,1UJ"A i

A Bar-B-Q for all 4-H horse club' September. at Camp Blanding.I eV Y:. j. Yrum.1g: I. sopping va I ues. :,,, .; \ '


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Hampton Ch.rilltian";Team Unde fed'ied''I" ;" ) 'MwOylyaU' .. ."V.. "i --nMMY.1MMY.7 ,n...1Y'V +Iwn.r i-. .nn _. ...110. u- '
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The Hampton Christian Academy Donnie Brown who went four for four ;rf.'",1

boys Softball team remains and scored four runs and "
Bobby Con r-- -
undefeated as they beat Bereai. toss three for three with three Infs.Tt4 AAAA Petition' Foil opn,, Part lime r.ARC''WELDERS GAS ATTfcNOANT, %tor"
TableTender
Academy of St. Augustine by a 20-0 Bartender. Apply In per time ton only to, Minimum' 3 year. ......,.,,<1 In, CaM work morninu Tech "* town for MKln..np, ;
score last week.Hampton manager Treder T.tni structural.s.l, hb.'e'"n' 4401534 ,
__ 22'1'W Ufh Street excellent! waoe fringe bins .
Is currently in the league /1t.. Sheffield" &1..' Product \
ACCOUNTING' CICHKImmediate .me 4ath4 3?$ *m down?
Sittmo home
lead the undefeated got
as only team in openlno for .sprit." you
the Western Division of the Northeast BeST need ....*.... In account pevble f",1.,, flanging .rounn>.'fhghou
audit I no O.yra/.Oohs CABINETMAKEREIO.r.nC.d. T if you are ao"rc tvt*,
A.C.E. League. other clerical dofle. Must b.owl .. / only Full t/m4 like. awn t*. went 4 lrafty' |n*>.
oroanlied individual will position. Trenton. Fie, Call and ere eager to learn. a fnl-i tltccarver
In last week's game the Hampton ability 'innovate.under generalupervlilon 1 ..3/8W.: 10"" 'PM iht* mac be th. portion
hitters led who I.ESSin Outstanding opportufiltv --- for you NUOUlfw00N c.luftegood
were by Jay Smith COSTS
for right per.**. Salary. welhno.vmpo' 4Ocwumand
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went three for four with five runs bat- ranop-tMM to ums depending' BURGLAR ALARM SVftlfcM mob tttool r1iplo i Mour
on education. *.._........ Learner or ..pwl.nc.' helpful ere B JO Sum urrounc1tng\' erpltfaant ..
ted in, and Tim Glidden who was four If > ciualify writeDrpt ,
Apply' to School Board Of tic* Mlnimumwaoe Full part hniApply '" you
for four with three RBI's. Also con- the long '.'Cast. UnI..ItvAV.fuoDan.svlll.'... Florida i 110'W Untv Ave .p FL'070UII 37O7 .Drawer_A.O'Vtile. ,

tributing to the Hampton attack was
AMBITIOUS, Management YARD. WOMKPaintlno WANT,ItO Country Iced CuifaFri *-
-.A opportunity with fter.h Coventry / .A. GeneraMalnlr' A it r ft v ttri'' ni.,lit CtosyMOaM
run Minimum' ISMS per wk. Cara rams Own tran.port.ltcMl. |iuor, t eke Builrf
%phone nece tery Celln 444 fart. time, 4V/ JVIJ, NocOMirt tally_,
Women'a '
WC1 Softball ''. '

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Earns Tie Oenealllec"o', "
for
Team be.t air
conditioner 'CHEVY NOMAD VAN POW I.M CHeVY PICKUP Lung < IISClKA77S.P.let \
glv.l you If Staring *torafce Ii,. Pertly. wheel, base. Cylinder. radio 'enOndi10o.. must WO' Auto
cuttomlied, Uet renular .e*. tiding rear window. Heavy duly n,."'. unwer sternnp A ",....,.
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Prinon League LeadThe 'gh.efllcteno"' I 11.000 mi'''' 1m20. 317-tie'. rear bumper tJlM 4fS jlf gar rdmo w/l new us, l...... ..
Nips' hold down't I "" Makery MOVOU l,054 sell .
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.( bills 42- 1 ALL ALUMINUM STOP VANNNTENNATIONAL I ,. ''I
1 : 17* ONO PICKUP r10 I"he .
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.. new. er. automatic MithettnitreW ....... '
Lawtey Correctional women's I i Raw sticker' t1OO or will low mileage h''IIlO'Ce. MACH I. .un I /J JM i.ongtnff ,
.. contider vw bus or 5 cycllnderpic AM t-M t.p... fait il%.
t I 41ue ZAIi
softball team topped FSP 8-6 Monday ;!::. *.up. |"yje>jjlay.ooly0NZ must sell does' 'tifoatiablir, lull
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night April 30 to throw the four team ., P j//SIJlrve10121 ,
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Women's prison Softball league into a ._ ;inculmYOaI ..,5..CeOes 940" '/* COWVISTTif. Cherry rod. luty I I1
( loaded T lop automatic CV4 Ion| MANY AM f TOPLowed.
White blue Interior Automeflcpower .
the .. .
logjam at top. *te rlna/breKe*, AMFMpg tam leather 23 ooo mtiuv e nl AM M SlmnqCgs
All four teams-LwCI, FSP Union Plus .NOG l.... 377 tV>? eve* lent finance condition.MJOOJ/3WMM will take StudentOATSUN trade .Jb Call*'tf..47 CB M77al/ergPM:IS OOO miles. t- l'' ;

Correctional, and RMC (Receptionand oil thgt* I.OhN./. '
Medical Center-are) new 2-2 in .. r.ip>.....no..N*'of pr/?ri''' wrov.'""',no. I I.W VKLLOWMOBffucelienff 910 'L'-ike new.tMonti..* CIVIL t VC Cl ,
NwnMu'aN, agent 0....'."v ten0'Myd theoe. 3SOCDmlle. It" Dependable. econom 1.1FanDOratlon WO hatchback yrllowt *S MH>(|,
league games. 0.- "'. 34 "'v., .
-mgw un AA/FM radio A luogege mpg mare fiiahwayCaUtooe
In Monday's games Darlene Lee aultv.aht. 7 R.n'4'' ."..._.CJrundO' '. /, yLOtO Can 3 n..e.-u .! ?/Pnene 377.g.S Lego Mw0 J Jl6._ from

had two hits and scored twice. Sheila .c.-//. .nnn......... 10mt0 .: ., 1'''',
Cox and Joy Starling added a couple was"v" ., 1S.,'
of.base hits and Cathy Sapp scored Went more information' 1 -
Call,, for free home .. .. < I4000 6* OWN H. iciMnt home.
two times to lead LWCI to its second survey and "m. '. very
:: -: h \ ,: t 7BI*. Need*work Beautiful 'lot m Umy Atrt a
win of the season. ;. ,'. 'SB O.ineville' Call aftff ft BH9 i barn 7tar 0....Q9 TWO
:FSP did not submit game information. GORDON Z .L., '. 3/e 5Y or 2/y ,... "*o dining ft* f-oyc.. wet bar f,r..pi vtiry..c...low form utilt"i

lies low"too'* 3MMBV / "
AIR CONDITIONING ATTRACTIVE 3 BP. t bath on
:League games are played each A HEATING tree covered acre in *W ".no..
..,UMC $34.300 Mort..ge. Par refrigerator. carpeting. convenient "H* k.poking tor a i>tti*
and other Mon-
Thursday night every U/ H' __.
473.4777 HWY 100 t2W.10: principal iniewt 4 to UF 400 791: more than your baS. J
day at the prison ballfields. .eetw..n Slwk* K y.looI re.ms.14/1..E. baths.patio.dining'A more.I* family 2 bath? tion Mom t miss 11&6.WJT%u' 1 It.*/SPar.de

Nwmweod *5J,.MO 311M31 LOVELY lJ ai* home. m .MWOainetviii beamed cathedral celling. infamily
1 ell 000 "OOn '
room with brio f we
Alums. payment of.11..mo Or place' large .4> .in kitchen withtkytioht
.., NW AEEAIns will consider trade for 4 travel and interior laundrypacou
.ATH. trailer Owner Mroher 3/6 Ion % .ter bedroom
m. with
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Always Ready room and MO. throughout YouMIST SOSNISI
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win NEAR MlLtHOPPt Shooclno toOl v... 3/3 79'. NoMe.llor.
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.V OWMIM. Ml or.. 1 BR. 1 "' family with
rims. f i Calm And Friendly Voice Answers Your Phone Call .......e.a.. UI._ Ie._ 'fortaoie BM home, in covntrv I .r. rfrt eralor. br..fcf.%r
on O..nee l Awxilfil' ... .
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c" Knowing That Competent And Friendly People Are Serving You. .
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3mm Camera wttnSOmnt Bonkore design' t/i. Qoen
Immediate Answers ::.; v AMTIOOK. MAHOGANY D.... .tt. C4 DSmm_, B. *Uent I...*.condition. Strobtla Bradt...n.d Ced board.1)7 If IO41SOfA Metal bed
Said down (CO. with small inMdedr .n. n* ol40ie. Cell >/*-, Mafter
ewer* A 4 large out..da>. ned 4 PM 1
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-H WORK ..NCM. Mesa nm tnlckwooot REPRIOENATOE.. .bears Kenmore 5,00NW71S211.75. // .. -1 t 11
Immediately To Answer Your Call. /' ono
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P by Jonn jwxett Pragw. excellent condition Pall IMKK lln B top M..Mt.*I1O,?'
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I II I, Page" TELEGRAPH May 3. 1.7.

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b, ,- "; '; Grad Heads ]Lawtey Ti-:



& & Prison Plant ClassJanet _

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lihA: .... ". Readdy would have Miss Readdy said the men she had
11Ift graduated from the University of worked with during her yearandahalf -
Florida more than two year.sooner If tenure at Lawtey had bee* very S ) _
.,,.. :: she had not switched from sociology polite and helpful. S_ a
to growing plants. "Of course there is the ailed 4'
After graduating in horticulture, motivation of knowing that If you
I the Orlando native accepted a Position don't do what I say. J'lIlock you up." 1
at Lawtey Correctional Institu- she said. She added that she had not ill M. 4SrtCtt '

tion."The locked up tiny of the men in the pro.
program was new and I could had '
r gram an |\never disciplinary proBegonias -
develop it In my own way. she said. blem
After 18 months on the job. Miss 'S
Readdy likes her job and the :
"captivated" students-she teaches. _
The program produced 30 plants for 5 -
the State Fair in Tampa during April. '4
An Impressive number of ribbons
returned from the effort Including
"Best of the Show" for a huge rabbit's
foot fern. The course which involves nr
eight inmates turned in 14 first place

Read tly and Inmates Care Greenhouse Plants plants and 12 won second place
honors. "We were very pleased with '
the results" she said. It was the first
time Lawtey Correctional had '
HYDIO-WOIlI entered the fair.
Most of the growing takes place inside .

140 N E. Commercial Circle Keystone Hats Fla. class a also 25-by-SO-foot: began a green botanical house.gardentwo The Illnlalr'-U :

Authorized Evlnrude Sales) And Service She months says the ago for men outdoor enrolled plants.In the w(3 o Maintain j Prison Grounds I I

Your Local Dealer For: class normally stay only a short time.

Hydra Sports Ski And Bass Boats Because Institution Lawtey Is a minimum inmatesare 1 The program has produced more came from Union Correctional In-' .
security many I I than 1.000 plants of 200 varieties In. stitution near Raiford. The UCI .
there before
Ski And Bass Boats transferred shortly exotic and horiliculture has long beery
Dawson released. S eluding some rare tropical program
being plants. One Is the staghorn fern. The known for producing beautiful plants''
said she switched
Kennedy Kraft Fishing Boats from Miss.sociology Readdy to horticulture for greenhouse contains seven of the 18 and flowers. \,..

several reasons. Job prospects in varieties of ferns.
Servica TueUj1ec1aflllParts sociology looked bleak at that time. Many of the plants are donated. Thf annual hewer Show M tttr.t;,:.... .
"A friend gave me a cutting and I got Miss Readdy said the major contribu- Haiford prison will be held Ifurn .y "
& Labor With T&s AdEVIflRUOEE interested In growing. plants" she tions in getting the program going 1719.I

.. said.
"'u" '
'j, ;;;; The prison setting offers the opportunity
to operate a nursery while running Get Clipped

We Service All Motors said. an educational/ program, she City Commission Briefs: ;,J JCity



r......................., Hall Nearly Ready :-:; ..
iS* SOCSOCi
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aAVI5 Architect Don Morgan urged the Starke City Commission to give final approval I
1 ON lUll REOBLAK LW MICE I: to the new city hall at the regular commission meeting Tuesday night. I

I: ..KMACOLM aoL$OP Ha FHHSHINOtM .il : area. The plan was to remove the old city hall and police department
.. HOLOUtl
I: |I FREE unity mat.00., aotx IMtftHOT"MVILOMO. I { building and use that space for parking. The old city hall remains jplaec, M _. I
I COUPON 0000 TMNU l fw,1V, ft. !...Il Morgan suggested the $5,700 designated for asphalt be removed from OM eon-,
r r 0 ; gp! iLgj I tract and the city pay the remaining balance which totaled. 153,833. =
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.. .. ..... Commissioner Wilbur Waters said he could not vote to afprov tIe!: building -
until the building committee went through the new structure for .tto. heal inspection .> ..
with the architect -' "- S

Morgan agreed to that,.stipulation and invited the building com itiiao and __ .
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SUP other commissioners to joih him'on a tour of the facility Wednesday evening.
+ Morgan said the building should be ready for use as soon as Clerk Merrill Ed- -
DWI wards wanted to make the move. Edwards said his office equipment could not :
be transferred next door until shelving arrived. Morgan saM the supplier had :.-.
been trying 16 get delivery on the shelves'and another company: should. be con -
tacted. if the;delivery is n made,i soon.' MS": .
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I ,t.. Negotiations( 1ayReopen -
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4 5a The Stark,i Sit'y: "Commission met In executive session prior to the meeting

Tuesday night> ojdiscjws\ negotiations;with i police;according attorney J.J. :

I UCN'3 TAILOREDWWTE d Wolbert.said 111.,M>]fi 8}H4Sizatiotigis' thejj&ipn I of if!popeningt5lk;In regard't" I t
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JEANSDUDGETPRICED', I vaMnmr.'VdWTime; a d'h's.. pie said jiaJthfeMr&tters were
2 discusietTctuffh ffi4 !Jb'<r seSS. on attended by the five' commissionersand
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attorney Dudley Hardy. *>/<, ,
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...star *' > {'Tractor Bids Received .

SUPER Polymlcr/eotton. amt .N cot MEN'S NYLON Clerk Merrill Edwards read five bids received in response to the city's advertisement -
OUALITV ton, styae with tour pock t UNDERWEAR.ATHLETIC for i tractor and heavy mower. The bids: ,. .
liars lags In clMtloSom wNL. 1 -Hipp Ford Tractor, Gainesville$8,107.. '.
lbilet TbsW 253$*. Tlahl Imgulws, site. SHIRTSOR -Roberta Motorjuid Equipment.:; Gainesville- $8,193. { .

OSCILLATING ,,,... -Superior Tractor;Jacksonville-.$8,454. ','
BOXER SHORTSREGULAR.La9' -Jacksonville Ford Tractor.Jacksonville$8,790..
I ar u t ountK 01 Industrial Tractor,Jacksonville- 9300. ..
:: ayor-Commisslon Joe Warren turned the bids over to the street committeefor
3-SPEED,12"FA"N review, r :
MOTOR OIL TOILET TISSUE .

REGULAR JJQfS REGULAR. &* & REGULAR..&959c 87

If City Applies for IIUD Grant :
I 24.88 I 100%. nylon shorts athletic hold >nlru.boM th" .lr. Consulting engineer Jim Lucas presented an application\ fee a$319MA grant, '
54 o ....".*.Color,S.M.L.XL. from the Department of Housing and Urban Devek>pement. : :
The city commission unanimously approved the application being stktanuttod i
E gK'. mull-w! cosily' blend Piano-hay controls whlspm- Thouunda ol tiny plllowa make which Lucas said should be submitted by May 13. The city received about ::
.>t.ndl angma lit.. IneraaMtgat quiet motor, adualabla fan It aoltar. Ona-ply II....... 500afwata '
m"'_ 1 quart cite neck t mora quality ftaturml pw roll. h.. "."'1 $300.000 this year to improve drainage,streets and recreational facilMbc. ._tile ::
..- 4 P ly/oorr .aM.LXL.OItTIf!,'ta4MAa northeast secion of Starke: :
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SOFT: X "HOSEREGULAR :1'' lJ -00I0r1t.Adw.r.b:00o 1Iort.cAPS.,.')IIea a bAl
Crosby Sworn In as Zoning Official :
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JOQOINQ SNOW. ASST. POLOS, MEN'S TUeI. socks 1.87 ; I
MEN'S SIZES SHORT SLEEVES "'-0. tarn Crosby who retired from the Florida National Guard April 39,beca8Mt the I
1.77Heavy .AI.AI .;CUTofr"W"8 66' Planning and Zoning Official for Starke.Tuesday night. ::
2.......... 2.96 ....IIIot-..e.1B. Clerk Merrill Edwards swore in Crosby who begins his city duties as W Mar: 1 : I
WERE 2-94 DISCOUNT PRICE WEAl y n.. at an annual salary of $12,500. Crosby, 60, retired from th. Florid* NMiMtaI :
duty. 100H vinyl with soled brasscouplinga. Full cut,May-car blind.. Pory-eolton knit ...t. 2._ Guard on April 30. H e has been a member of the Stark.BMing Bow*i.,.aJIV- I
Fully guarantMd to pave Popular buds, contra Mck ttylaa. Colorful S to XL. ed committees. :
d.o ndabl long aorvlca. on numerous land use planning Crosby said a meeting .f titer ; .
piping.S.M.L.XL zoning and planning board had been set for Thursday night. !


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k 1 paASED Faa Drainage Problems and Weeds f
1 a orIr,
Two residents who live near Old Lawtey Road in northea Stark*)rnnmpihiiialof !
,A NI (f A, poor drainage along McCullum Street and poorly maintain 4 tots'wbttfcserve :
as a breeding ground for snakes. yT: ::
Rose Williams and Alma Jenkins said the city should make imnrsraamrta. to ::(
AQUA-NET HAIR SPRAY the drainage problems and get landowners to clean off the wed c wtr*d l Ma in ;" :.
Rg or Hard To Hold CN that area. I. ;
EAGLE DRY CHLORINE J-OAL.EAGLE! PAINT Net wASetta .. ASST.HAND TOWELS MADRAS Mayor Warren said the property owner would either have to ekcw. .*f ills 1st "7' a I

DISC. WAS 3 OZ.RIGHT 1.0O 5.88: 6:88p: er the city would have it done and charge the cost to the awwer.Commissioner :' '. ;
PRICE 49.88 marls 88 (Lkmt2IUWASNI. ... Waters said an estimate would be mad e. MM east tt irnttfaiaT { ;;'
IOOH cotton tarry or polycoton Hndloomd cotton bill_ ,1 heavy equipment to clean out the ditches along McCulia. street :
e6% granular' JSP kegs On.-co1 ..""0' "isles "hou**) EFFEROfNT .. ."
,
bland.Aut.color color patterns twin hilla. Mrs.Jenkins also asked lor funds to
city pay part of the HflhtbiHa tar MM old
pool aannary.Fifty lb.all* In 2-gal. buckvla,whn only. TA8.1.. US WAS tee II.a ;
.. IMLA0118' IUE school gymnallum. Commissioner Silcox said a *..raM1 was being :. I
:'It- ..., negotiated through the recreation board.Announcing ::

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left to erect walls i to turn Bradford Increase. It took the architect a few be charged to contractor Ernest he was In error in not sending the at r+
MWdle School into aeU ClwUirooms were approved Monday wasn't talking about Increased the Bradford High cafeteria remodeling prom to supply It. 7r .
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to return register for"a change order 75 Triest the extra 75 days or a total of ,
State Department of Education. were not installed when the middle days additional time requested by 165 days to complete the Job.
plans were submitted on school was built in 1968 remained a Triest.
= by Architect Craig Salley,asa mystery Monday night. Contractor "Of course the board understands Vo-Tech Gas Une Trees Relocated Survive
to by the architect and school Ernest Triest who built the school that is merely a recommendation," 33 Lost
boArd. But the School Board Chairmen reminded the school board the Parking Spaces
when
Salley told the board attorney After lengthy discussion, the school
Vernon Parmenter bad to building"a"systems project"and
Jess Wolbert said he had not received board agreed to
Monday
dettare the matter an emergency the plans for all phases,electrical and a letter from SaUey explaining the ar the lot for night the
Item to get the plans on the agenda for mechanical, were drawn In chitect's recommendation. Phase S parking new
addition to the vo-tech center
action Monday night because Tallahassee. The State ,
Salley Department
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try way spaces exchanger
faflfcd to
notify Supt. Tom Casey in of Education hoped to build Identical: "
them, said. contractor Ernest Triest
tinl*for the BMS Salley 1
project action to be schools across the state to save
in
Triest said material were slow moving a Florida Transmission gas 1
placed on the agenda prior to the money but contractors were successful being delivered, and noted he had objected line under the parking lot and for
mating. in having that plan abolished, to the 90 day contract when bet moving the parking lot over six feet to
Time is an Important factor In theBM4 Saucy said. signed TrIed said he had filed Information avoid line of trees not shown on the Science Fair placers Patray and Janice Jockel of BUS.Jockel .
Plans fora $338.419 eight- :
walls project. The school board classroom addition at Lawtey with the school board and plans. There will be no exchange of II IIBradlord
wants. to bid the job in early May to Elementary are also being drawn by architect detailing why he needed money In the deal,but the board noted 1st State Science Fair
giv*the successful contractor time to Salley for the school: board. But the more time to complete the $173,000 It might want to add the 33 lost park.
order materials and begin work the remodeling Job on the cafeteria. ing spaces back and pay Triest extra
board has said it won't call for bids on y
school is out. The school board "Yes sir but you signed," attorney for them at a later date. High student Janice "Relationship of Personality and
the Lawtey project until capital "
told Jockel placed first overall in the Math Aptitude. I
has Trfest. state i
to have the BMS Wolbert Nobody knew the line was
project completed outlay monies expected this July are
by the time school resumes actually In the hands of the board.In Wolbert said he needs information under the area to be paved, architect corn-ing the Jockel Bradford was the top prize winner at !
Science Fair at
next fall.Salley. from the architect before he can give SaUey said. Triest said Florida Gas County
other action Monday night on the his recommendation to the school Transmissions stopped constructionon students in the physical science division BUS and both girls qualified to show t
told the school board that his building program; board on whether to accept the 12 the project for two weeks while the of last weeks Florida State their projects and give an oral presentation ,
mechanical engineer found the mid Architect's Assessment days of liquidated damages recom-- gas line was moved.An Science Fair In Naples. at the meeting of the state's
dle school ceiling short some return Of Liquidated Damages best science students through
air registers,which coat$50 each, but Questioned by Board Alachua Youth Orch. To Perform May Beth Patray won an honorable men- regional competition.Four .
that the increased cost would be absorbed The school board refused to agree tion certificate for her project which other Bradford High School
into the present set price for with architect Salley's recommenda- placed her loth overall in the compete students competed for honors at the
The Alachua County Senior Youth 11 a.m. performance will be tion.according to Fair coordinator State Science Fair and Science Talent
Orchestra,comprised of young people staged for all Bradford County fifth Jerry McGriff. Search competitions In Naples.
DWIGHT SLATER'S 10-17 years of age from Alachua and graders.A 1 p.m.performance will befor Jockel won an award of excellence Carlos Hernandez, Kathy Henderson
middle school and high school plaque for her protect"A Irene Wainwright and John
Bradford Counties, will present two students. The invited
public is to at Cinemagraphical Analysis of a Powell were the 002 entries at
concerts Tuesday,May 8,at the Brad- tend either of the concerts free of Volleyball Serve." Patray's award the fair, all among local
qualifying through
Open Food & So It US. 301 S. ford High School auditorium. charge. was for her project entitled and regional competition.

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III TII DlIIJJlII JIIII..111111 lfillill II 1111."' ..IIIIHllln.IIUJI..UIIIIDcN,I IfHUlf I IJlIIIIT
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Hampton HiLitesparents look at Television station Chao-
by Dolores Mng Interested persons are invited to at Saturday Paige Roberts was1'among dose
Intone 46K-19IS tend. local student participating in the net The 20.cheerful bus driver was Mrs.

Senior Clllirn Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Hugh 28,and hosted by Mrs.Sylvia Hall ad program. Joyce Collins.Gainesville They enjoyed Park a picnic
The Hampton Senior Citizens Club Jody Wadsworth celebrated his 11th Crawford. Mrs. Inger Campen at the home of the HAMPTON ELEMENTARY NEWS lunch at a
will hold its meeting Friday May 4,at birthday April 27 with a hamburger Julie Dorminey turned eleven on latter MENU
2 p.m. in the city hall. cookout for friends at the home of his May 1, Happy Birthday! Cassie was presented a white rose CTBS Testing LUNCII 7.11 .
AU are welcome! parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry corsage, while her mother, Mrs. Ruth CTBS testing was completed at the May 7 Hot dog on bun
Wadsworth. Sea World Riddick, wore a yellow corsage, as school last week. Monday. May :beans, cinnamon:
C.B.Club Becky Crawford entertained Local band members participating did the mother of the groom to be, Proctors who assisted in the testing cole slaw, baked '
The Bradford County Timber.wolves friends April 28 in celebration of her in the Middle School Band Concert Mrs. Sarah Cooper. Mrs. Bonnie Bax- were Diane Brown, Inger Campen, roll, milk. 8 Sliced turkey
C.B. Club meeting will be held 13th birthday. They enjoyed a held at Sea World April 27 were ter, Cassie's grandmother, of Annie Byrd, Sheryl Crawford, Diane Tuesday,mashed May :potatoes, green
Thursday evening May II, at 7-30 decorated cake and other Teresa Bauldree Jimmy Joyner, Hawthorne also attended the shower. Davis, Kathy Fenton, Jolene .""rieset w/gravy, biscuit, milk
p.m. In the Hampton city hall. refreshments at the home of her D.J. Riddick and Patty Sherwin Mr. The refreshment table was covered JoAnn Home, JoAnn Hoverson and peas, banana fruit cup Pizza, butteredcorn
and Mrs. Joe Riddick drive the van with a' white eyelet embroideredcloth Carolyn Slater. Wednesday. May:
salad applesauce
carrying the band equipment. ,held white carnations and white The faculty and students appreciatethe tossed .

Ii Southside Elementary News Six Gun Territory tapers. Orange sherbert punch serv- help o(these people. oatmeal Thursday cookie, May, milk.10: Peanut butter .
Mrs. Josephine Fontaine accompanied ed by Mrs. Campen, was In a crystal sandwich macaroni & cheese, green .-
bowl encircled by babies breath and Channel 20 .
her family,Tom Fontaine and milk
Important Date to Remember fourth and fifth grade students will be Mr. and Mrs Edward Fontaine,and fern greenery. The double heart cake Miss Claudette Peterson and Mrs. beans, orange juice U jello Chicken salad '';:
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-Southside Elementery School PTA able to see and hear them perform so family for a day at Six Gun Territory was made by Mrs. Campen and Mindy McLean accompanied their Friday, May sections, carrot,
meeting and Spring Music Festival that they may decide to join when before their return to Oxford Conn. decorated with miniature variegated students to Gainesville on Friday. tater tots roll, grapefruit milk. ,
Thursday, May 3. they attend the middle school. They also enjoyed dining at the flowers.This was served by Mrs. Hall They were fascinated with getting a sticks, -'..
-Thursday, May 3-The Friday May 18-Fifth grades go on Brahma Restaurant in Ocala to com- along with mixed nuts and mints.
Kindergarten classes of Mrs. field trip to Marlneland. plete the day. Game prizes were won by Mrs. Rita WILLIAM T. COBB M.D.
Charlene Ennis and Mrs Susan -Monday, May 28-Memorlal Day Seickel of Gainesville and Peggy ,
Nichols-Mrs Mary Agnes Fergusongo Holiday VisitorsMr. Cooper of Starke.
on a field trip to Gainesville to visit -Thursday, May 31-First grades go and Mrs. Gerald Adkins entertained Hostess gifts consisted of a bride's ANNOUNCES RELOCATION OF HIS
Mr. Donut Shop and Santa Fe Zoo. on field trip to Jacksonville Zoo. Mrs Mavis Waters of Ft. book and cutlery set.Hampton .
-Thursday May Report cards go -Wednesday, June Third gradesgo Pierce for lunch at their home on Sun- OFFICE TO ':-
home with students on field trip to Silver Springs. Lake News I.
-Friday May 4-Fourth grades go on -Thursday June 7-Title I day.Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Adkins laterin Accompanying Mrs. Lucy Hodges 404 W. Call St. : : :'
Field trip to St. Augustine. kindergarten and first grades go on the day were their long time Mrs. Jolene Friese and Mrs. Joyce
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.Saturday, May 5-Starke Elementary field trip to Anastasia. friends, Mr. and Mrs Lawrence McMillan to Disney World recentlywere (Jennings Old Office) eL .
May Festival, 5 to 9 p.m. Tickets News from Mrs Donna Gruen's Piper of Santa Fe Lake. Aimee Hodges,Sandra and Glen
will be sold April 30-May 5 at fourth-fifth grade room: Expert Friese. The children enjoyed talking DISEASEAND SURGERY
Southside as a courtesy. Cost: 7 for(1 spellers this week are Iris Smith. Back Home with Mickey Mouse!
or 15 cents each or pay 20 cents at the Louise O'Guinn Joseph Spencer. Mrs. Viola Lefebvre returned home Mr. and Mrs Eugt'neIeng! Mr. .
Festival. Donnie Davis, Leon Hampton, Slim on Tuesday after two months visit and Mrs. Paul Meng and Mr. and OFTHE EYE
-Thursday. May 10-The Martin, Clevie Myrick, Stefan with her sister and brother-in-law. Mrs. Francis Meng attended a bridal .
Kindergarten classes of Mrs. Beulah Wheeler, and Sharon Woods. Louise Mr. and Mrs. Otis Leech in shower Sunday honoring Tom
Lennon, Ms Cyndee Lawrence and O'Guinn is the best writer of the weekin Owensboro, Kentucky. She also Gumber and Cheryl Saunders at the Wed.
Mrs. Laurie Mullins go on a field tripto room 21. Perfect scores on Science visited her sister in Kokomo Indiana home of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy By Appointment
Gainesville to visit Mr. Donut Shop tests were made by: Greg Wiggins before flying home. Parker.Mr. $ "raw 1 yTh
and Santa Fe Zoo. Joseph Spencer, Louise O'Guinn and Mrs. E.W. Hodges joined
-Thursday, May 10-Fifth grades will Douglas Cockerham, Slim Martin Bridal Shower other Strawberry Swingers In 964-7621 :*I I
attend Youth Orchestra Concert, BUS Angela Manning, and Donald Davis. Cassle Riddick bride-elect, was demonstrating square dancing to the
auditorium. Superstars of the week are Ken honored at a bridal shower held April Bradford Middle School students
-Thursday. May ID-Second grades' Pressley, Louise O'Guinn. Iris Smith.
field trip, Florida State Museum, Tammie Honiker Slim Martin, IV'J
GainesvIlle. Joseph Spencer, Sharon Woods ifs
.Friday, May II-Last day for Sheila Henderson, Angela Manningand
Southside students to check out Kim Norman.Ms. .
library books. Carolyn Canova's first grade
-Monday, May 14-Bradford Middle has some super spellers this week: PRIDE
School Band will visit Southside Celeste Carter Travis Looney Dana at PANTRY

Williams, Tonja Joyner, Mark you .
Carter.Chad Whitaker,Shawn Swain.
News from Ms. Phyllis Goldberg'sfifth
Starke ElementaryMay grade: Super spelling grades
were made by Richard 0 Steen
Laura Garcia andMike
Monica Maslowskl
Festival SetA Chappell. An excellent job on
three units in science was done by

Spring May Festival is set at Ericka Gruen, Jeff Sherman and
Starke Elementary from 5-9 p.m. this Richard O'Steen. Christa Jacobsenand
Saturday, May 5. Allison Denmark have now earn-
The public is invited to attend the ed the privilege of doing daily
first of a Spring carnival which assignments in ink. Extra Effort Express
Starke Elementary is trying to avoid riders this week are Tom Watson

conflict with all the other Halloween Erika Gruen, Monica Maslowski, .. .. ....
Lynn Holtzendorf, Paula McKinney, -- -- ,,
carnivals and to provide some entertaining _" ,'
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event in the Spring of the year Jay Hayes, Theresa McCollum Jennifer -> % 4 1r !
during which nothing of such a nature Johns and Christa Jacobsen."Spring" : 1 1y ""

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The celebration will begin at 5 p.m. Tr .. .
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race.A Maypole dance by the SE Flowers we're smell.. .. ,>. "< "' r '4plo, Carrots aline atpJl8i. I .'1:11:
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Students will dance around the are signs Spring Red Apples 4J
Maypole and plait it with streamers. Mtff IN ,...rCountry
Carnival booths will open after the Days in schoolTo s Stand Mushrooms 111"BAG : ..1a
Maypole dance. Booths will include a learn some rule Su''sCOVl1tl s ntl wiz _
On one of our three "R's"After '' 49'". nT"S
donkey ride, cake walk, fishing pond, Fresh Slaw or Salad '-

and Tickets a treasure are on hunt.sale at both Starke Or catch school lizzards jump in In glass the pool jars. All Purpose Yellow Onions LI 13* :'il

and Southside Elmentary Schools at 10/si/ 89! 1O/1/ IM ttMIWt 8CId.
15 cents each or seven for$1. Tickets U.S. NO. 1 White Potatoes -. LB
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In 1 lJlllrn I fUll HIID l If 1 111 r II J I 4.!Jill I J 1111 III lllJ tlrtar..r.."'."' qws __
John W. Piss Jr..19 OBITUARIES I
..,' Lewis M.Gay 111I.4' L........ ...

died(.W-Friday p''night<*..Jr.ae of the R.D.rntult 3.Oorry Born in McRae. Georgia, Mr. CW- Mrs. Maurice Lee, both of Starke: died Lewis Thursday M. Gay morning, eo, of, Providence April 26, In -:- -- 1I1l!! f

auto accident.He of an eman was retired from the U.S. Ar three stepchildren, Robert Murphy of Lakeshore Hospital Lake Qty after

was born August SI, 1959 in Carry my.Survivors Chicago, III., Joe Murphy of Tampa, an extended illness
He attended include two sat,BID Colmai Mrs. Edith Oakley of Texas; one A life of Union
Wright School.: He of Phenlx City, Alabama and Mr. own diamond army
was a senior at Ccrry Area sister, Mrs. Irene Grlder, Fresno Gay operated a
School until recently He High Robert J. Coleman of Columbus, California; 20 grandchildren and IXgreatgrandchildren. for many years. He was a member of
began Georgia; one sister, Mn. Beatrice the Missionary Baptist Church.
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employment at
Viking Plastics this .
week. Taylor of Eastman, Georgia and two Services were held Monday, April Survivors Include: his wife, Mrs. A '

He was a member of the grandchildren. SO, at Z p.m. In the Chapel of Archer lona Granger Gay of Providence; 1t
Corps of Salvation Army. Corry Services were held Friday.April 20, Tanner Funeral Home with Rev. seven daughters Mn. Velma J. Lowe +t J Jf
HeJs survived his at 11 a.m. in the Chapel of Archer- James Saunders and Rev. Dorsey and Mrs. Fay Martin both of Jackson f
and Mrs. John by W. parents Roxanna, Mr. Tanner Funeral Home of Starke with Laymon officiating. Burial was in vllle. Mrs. Frances Carter of I 1 i I
Rev. Charles Swartz officiating. Kingsley Lake Cemetery under the Chi eiland, Mrs. 1
Hamilton) Ploss, St., of R.D 3, Cor Kathryn Patterson of I ,
Burial was at a later date In Merritt E
Parkhill Funeral
ry;:two sisters, Stacy Plow of R.D. 3, direction of Archer-Tanner Island. Mrs. Lois Brown of I
Corry and Mrs. Earl (Vickie) Itossey Cemetery, Columbus. Georgia with Home of Starke. Lake Butler, Mrs. Ethel Ogburn of
Archer-Tanner Funeral Home of Tampa and Miss Offie Lee
of
of R.O.: 3, Corry. Gay '
Also two brothers. Tony Ploss and Starke in charge of arrangements.Mrs. Bob Smith. Jr.. 25 Williston; two sons, J.E. Gay of ,' '

Delbert Ploss, both of R.D. 3, Corry: Robert E. "Bob" Smith. Jr., 25, of Jacksonville and Ray Gay of Lake 4
maternal grandparents Mr. and Lawtey, was killed Saturday night. Butler; four sisters, Mrs. Mamie !
Mrs- Vance Hamilton of Starke and Margate/Murphy April 28, in an automobile accident Shealy of Jacksonville, Mrs. Katie
Mrs. of Grif-
paternal l grandmother, Mrs. MeUlI"PIOIhI Margaret Murphy, 77 north of Lake Geneva on SR-214. Born Padgett, Mrs. Gertrude loanonau and .
of Corry. fis Loop, Starke, died early Friday Sept. S, 1953 in Starke, Mr. Smith liv- Mrs. Martha Ross all of Tampa; 35 ,, .. I 1
evening, 27, brief Il 't" :t't"1t"'t
April following

grandchildren and 40 .,
Funeral services were held at the lness. Mrs. Murphy was born in Alva, ed moat of his life away from this great grand 1 "_.iaft' i. J
funeral home area, moving to In 1974' from children. ,
Tuesday at 11 a.m. with Oklahoma, January 28,1902. She Lawtey ,
was Fla. He 1971' Funeral services were held Satur .
Mai. Robert Myers officiating. Hollywood, was a
Burial was in Pine Grove the daughter of the late Harry and graduate of the Grand City High day, April 28, In the Providence .. i
Grother .
Margaret Ertmond former
CSmetery. pioneer residents of Alva, Oklahoma.Mrs. and School graduated in Traverse in City 1978, Michigan from the, P.R.Village Graham Baptist officiating.Church with Burial Rev. ,I ;:".. .. I l

Murphy moved to Starke In 1946 University of Florida. followed in the Old Providence f
where she has resided since and was a Cemetery under the direction of ....... .
Robert Leon Coleman member of the Baptist faith. At the time of his death, Mr. Smith Archer I
Funeral Home of (
Lake
lobert Leon Coleman,65,of Starke Survivors Include her husband, was employed as a laboratory ItItNals3'Or Butler \ ,
died suddenly Wednesday, April 18 in technologist at Shands Teaching
John B. Murphy of Starke; two "
Card or Thanks
Starke. Hospital in Gainesville. He had attained 0 : ;
daughters Mrs. Qaude and
Morgan We would
li like to express our thanks
the rank of Life Scout, and wasa I: b
member of the Order of the Arrow. and appreciation to everyone for the
!
Survivors kindness and sympathy shown in our 'w 4YII i J .
include his parents, YYY hIYYNfe
CORDON M. DASHER recent of "
sorrow the
I Robert E. Smith, Sr. & Doris Norman Darlin passing of our I I'I'I
{ Smith of ; 2 brothers, William Little Sweet Potato, Linda ...... C't" ,
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FARM BUREAU INSURANCE Lawteyl' Ranee. f
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Smith e Smith, both of 4u' '-' t
8 The Family of i
i Lawtey; a sister Miss Carol Smith of
g o Life Auto :. ,v McRae. IN Marion (Buddy) & Linda Gatlin J !
MEMORY
OF OUR DARLIN
Funeral services were held

': Fire Wednesday afternoon, May 2, in the You LITTLE SWEET POTATO Post Commander Brings Awards f U
Homeowners DeWitt. Jones Chapel in Starke with were here with us for oral Live
Rev. Bobby Knight delating.. Burial short precious time, but you will C
J252 N. Temple Ave. 964-6369 Starke 32091 was in Long Branch Cemetery near in our hearts and memory forever. Commander Julius Royal. of of Most IMslinKuiithed Service, the
Maxville.IM We love you. American Legion Post :311 of Starke Certificate of Meritorious Nervier, a ;
stands covered with awards received 100 percent early membership ribbon,
i-.. Sunday, April 29, at the annual Constitutional and a 197* Honor IUb,".... I
Conference In OcaU. Coiiinmndor Koyal I i. also Dixtrlct '
Post 314 was awarded the filiation service officer.
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Southside Students to Stage "Piiiocchio'> i I


Students in kindergarten through shop: The second graders are the ]
sixth grade will stage the four-act puppets and people in the carnival. jj
musical( "Pinocchlo" three times next The third graders are the trees and S
e week at Southside Elementary flowers In the forest. The fourth and )1
School. fifth graders are the guards and <
The show will open Wednesday fairies at the "Good Fairy's Castle." ;
May 2, at 9 a.m. It will be: staged Bo Bishop Is playing the Qartn!- ,
twice Thursday, May 3- first at 9 a.m. Pinocchio; Leonard Gonzalez is Gep- '
and then at 7:30: p.m. for the Southside petto; Amy Dowling Is the cat; Brian
Elementary: PTA's Spring meeting.The Davis Is the Fox: Drew Davis Is Is
-a"" '-" "Goody-Goody" the Good Fairy's
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f- Kindergarten and first grades son and Michelle Hall is the Good I
.*u.nun. MM tares coos raw WAV*. mMfmo. : .portray the ,toys in Geppetto's toy Fairy
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large Baking Hens '. Southside Elementary School efforts. There entries will In1..arrang.

IM M HUM r sat S191 ef e students will :stage their first arts ed along sidewalks on Urn school
Smoked Turkey Ham II festival Tuesdy May 8, when pain- grounds. The show will begin at HiO:: i
tin Mtitl it i I.MMIM mnitiiBoneless OIr." taf SI" 0 a ,a. tings and art work will be hung on a.m. and end at :2 p.m. at the school on
Stewing Beef : boards erected '"hi front'' of each. Sit.too south. I'' .
IM m.IM I>'am mm t urn MM classroom. .1.... '. "Some of the students who hang .
Bnls. Cubed Chuck Steak II S251 t, The public is invited. ''. 'i back are getting involved and ilmnu ':
IM w i urlp clan rw art rwn well." !Normaiwwhdis : v
r 1 ; All students from kindergarten really lIay.Irs. Jov -
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Pork Lolw, Chops Ir1" torn fLi .tJlItJ a 11' 't",.a.;7 through fifth grdd Mvd'stJbJflIt't1d'! .* : hdadms: eHhrtrtfpWJorthAshow. : I'i'i''
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Genuine Lamb Legs II'S151 s ,nl! and parents involved '' ,' '
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Grade A Cornish Hens IM 88' !rLs
.IM at I unit am tm Ie1rNnarwl Madison_ Baptist 22 Years Old I
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Turkey Drumsticks = eNINr
IM .W".K>(IK M" I Mr{ our Early in 1957, the Madison Street upon to 1 be interim pastor The present

Fried Fish Sticks ,,,,'1eAYE Le'PAYE to Baptist Church was born. The people pastor. C It. Swarlz. Jr.. would
IMMUMIIUISkillet that became the charter members, like to invite you to the twenty-second
Brand Bacon SIll, 3011 A Ltl'B 400 A la SAVE 30E A la having no place to meet, received per annual homecoming this Sunday.

1Mwlur/rr. 21 mission to meet in the Starke Elemen May 6. Sunday School beginning at
Fried Fish Cakes SI tary School. I.E. Enlow was called as 9:43: a.m. and Worship Services at t II t
IM1K I iii ,am m ..IIt... FRESH GRADE A Interim pastor. As the church grew, it a.m.
Agar Canned Ham 3't rl S591 P r/,fN1 ym ll r DaIry Breakfast Beef Strips f1t9 became necessary to find a location to A covered basket dinner will beheld :

UMWKMMIIMorrell IM MHW NNnf mm IM m mn.in LARGEIEGGS build. They purchased 7 acres at 900 at noon at the church Come and
BiaunsweigerMl u18 Soft Bowl Oleo 58 Lykes Grill FranksiMatiMniiMiKn 2" S251 W. Madison St. and shortly thereafter share this birthday with the church
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m KM HM Pride Biscuits 8' S construction was begun. Also on Sunday evening, the Youth
Sour Cream 68 Pantry 4/6 f Sliced Bologna 131 Rev J.H. Mabry was the first of the church will present a special

ww/u un wIr ales am..err IM.. IIM s pastor, with Rev. W.M Dunagan. musical service beginning at 7:30: "
Mild Daisy Cheese Wedges trsYN M"t Cal Swiss Style Yogurt 4/11 Claussen Assorted Pickles fete!I Key. F.L. Rowan, and Rev. Denton p m. Bill George. Minister of Music .

w'11I rrl W 1111 wKWIII M '.... sM-ita HM tat ft A* DOZEN'65C Sumral following. N.L. Redding and extends to you a personal. invitation to
Axelrods Mozzarella CheesoUWMIWCMWIIIt flu t Cream Cheese 68' Skinless Franks 98 O.D. Moore have also been called attend.
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Dandee Ham Salad 58e Florida Orange!!: Juice 98 Sliced Cooked Ham fleeD
Alliance Invited to Workshop I
natxatt outtw. ra.MAN 1 OMOT MayerFRANKS eNlr'ilcrewa: 1,
.:,YMMMAWI.,,.NW; MI Ml1,11' you tJ / BOLOGNA Miss Betsy McGrady, program The workshop is entitled "Youth inCrisis" '
..,.,..,.':: .YURKIY. Ly I ,
.w : oft EAAONas coordinator of the Corner Drug Store and the topics to be" discussed .
:INNOEWf I nIr CENTER CUT BEEF ... f BONELESS BEEF ""/ /1' Prevention Protect, will present a Include drug Information and positive

woerln a'N S"-S"UTOi.Lttwat SIRLOIN ROUND L1V. ..... I alas ,workshop Bradford County for the Ministerial members Alliance of the approaches Bradford and to Union youth problems ministers. are All

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IC Takes Third in District 4 Run :' <


.a Bradford's Lady Tornadoes ran to a Lady Tornadoes a number of times at districts at 4:35.5: with Hankerson,' '
J surprising third place finish at the this year. sophomore Kim Slocum and Smith,,,r
District 4-AAA Track and Field Cindy Griffith the lone senior of the running the other legs) and the mile
Championships In Palatka last seven' and freshman Louette Smith relay, which Includes Smith, Hankerson -.,
Thursday--and served notice that will be tripling while juniors Marian and Chandler and which took ,
Lrhrre' they are a team of (the future as six of Putnam, Valery Chandler, and Judy third at distrlctln 4:27.: Smith will.:
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the seven girls who qualified for to- Hankerson will be doubling in today's also be running in the open 440 today. .
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I day's Region I title meet will be backto meet which opens at Palatka High after rewriting the BHS girls quarter,.
I run again next year. School at 3 p.m. mile record for the second time this-
I Griffith, running In only her fourth season last week. Her 62.4 time was: ,
I BUS earned top four spots and meet since an apendectomy, chopped 4-tenths of a second better than her '
I tickets to region, the last step before 12 seconds off her previous '79 best old school record and earned her se- .'
---- the state meet, in eight events while mile run time as she smoked favored cond,between two Bishop Kenny girls.,
Cindy Griffith ran away from the scoring 47 points and finishing behind Beverly Davis of Bishop Kenny and that had better times coming in. r
pack In the District 4 mile run, only district king Bishop Kenny, 114.5, the rest of the field with a 5:28.8 clock Putnam qualified in both the discus..
finishing with a S:28.8: time to win her and St. Augustine 76, and ahead of ing. She'll also run legs on the mile and shot, winning with a 100'6" disk .
fourth district title In four years. Palatka a team that had beaten the medley team, (which finished second toss, 10 feet off her personal best. ,. .:
while taking second in the shot with,
put of 35TV to a 3310" toss by Pam;

Tornadoes Sixth at District Meet Coleman of Clay. Chandler won a spot .'
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in the open 880 with a season-beat
2:37,7: and fourth at districts. The

... .. other Lady Tornado regional partict-. .
a Tree Womh earnnl third place In the district high Jump with this Five Tornado Thinclads QualifyFor
I ..11.... of I'M" pant will be Theressa "Tree"' Woody, .
another junior, who cleared 4'8" in.
the high jump to take third place
"'. \ Track MeetBradford behind two five-footers. She's cleared .
Today's Region
-:AwM.e, *. 5' and will be looking to get over that .
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height today at regionals.
High's boys track team region with a third place showing in "What Impresses me about that is "We did what we hoped for In-
.. ".. ".!.. finished sixth In the eight team the meet's last event. Their 3:34.6 that it shows some character, everything and in some things we did
) .-... .-. .t District 4 Track and Field meet in time left the quartet 12 seconds guys knew when to turn it on an Iou even more than we expected." said a
.r t = Palatka last Thursday but moved five behind state title contender Palatka your best." chimed in Coach Sam more than contented Coach Grover
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,; ; athletes into three events at today's but well in front of fourth placer St. Chenoweth. Howard. "Just about every girl, In. .
Region I championship meet, also in Augustine. Today's meet will include teams eluding the girls that didn't qualify '.
Palatka. from the Pensacola, Tallahassee and for region, achieved their individual /'
\ "We ran to our potential today"BUS
1.1,4! !.IL Half-miler Richard Smith, discus Co-Track Coach Rick Stevens Monticello-Live Oak areas with Jefferson bests today so that's all you can ask of

: thrower Allen Scott, and the mile said after the district meet, "I wasn't County, Tallahassee Lincoln, them.
"' relay team of Smith, John Bennett, sure about anything as far as getting and Quincy Shanks ranking as top Today's region meet will include.
; Tatum,and Jonathon Johnson contenders to District 1 tltlist Palatka the District 4 teams headed by Bishop .
t.I Johnny people to region so there was no way .
y '4OL (which qualified 19 entrants for Kenny, which qualified 20 entrants..
f qualifed for the region meet with top today was a failure that's for sure.
\ four district showings and will be trying Stevens noted on the bus rid back to todays meet). Individually the going along with teams from three districts .'
1 to earn a top four spot in today's Starke that the Tornadoes gave their in the panhandle including teams<
; ,. meet-it takes a fourth place finish to season-best performances in nearly 13A from Panama, Pensacola:'
More
w on Pg. Tallahassee, and Monticello Jefferson
J move on to the state championships to every event i '
.. ..N 4a be held at Winter Park's Showalter County. The region Is considered "
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'i Field Friday, May 10. one of the, if not the state's weakest; ''
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e.k., r" h_t BUS ended with 18 points Thursday, : .' .1.' "" ." j' ,,',Co"':,.,,'t.:,'< .o. enhancing the chances for Bradford' .'.'
7lt6iri; ; '.:' F' girls to qualify for the state meet to be'"
ahead of Clay, 11, and Bolles, 4, but Y' )' .' -
l.ourllr Smith of lUIS, number II, Lady Tornado Judy lUnkersun just behind Palatka 134.5, Bishop Kenny, ; < I't I/ !if.. { .;lf!.' '.'J.J : held at Showalter Field in Winter"'
qualified for region in her freshman missed! qualifying for the Region I 100, St. Augustine, 61.5, Fernandina, ... ;.;.; .; Park Friday, May 10. The top fdut t
scar b\ taking second In the open 110race meet In the 330 low hurdle but will 26, Baker County, 24. I.Ji'f\ \ ., l'.r: !or' >I finishers at the Region I meet moveon
I between Sclualr..and Colenian of run leg on both the mile and mile Smith, a junior, ran a 2:01.8: 880 to ';:.' ,"."ii." "k \".' ". to state, which will include 16 girlsin
Bishop Kenny medley relay teams today. finish third in the !half mile, less than 'IJ" .j.,','tC1 ,;; ,," each event, ,
two seconds behind the winner Glenn P.,; Genuine hopefuls to qualifty for
Caron of Kenny. The time tied BHS are Griffith, who placed fifth at
Richard's personal best for the event state in the 880,mile, and 2-mile last
and makes him a contender in the year and who may be pushed to a .'
TELEGRAPH region half mile. lower time today as she runs against,
fey
Scott another junior, fired the I Tallahassee Leon's Rosemary'Desloges :/'
F discus 125'0", a personal best, to a 5:05.3: miler; Putnam .
qualify as the fourth disc man from who rates among the favorites in both' ,
District 4. Scott's best throw came ona the shot and discus; Smith in the 440; '
5fORJt day when most of the weightmen where the two Bishop Kenny girls
from other schools were complainingof again figure to be near the top.; the
the wind. Ira' m relay teams, especially the mile.,
I The mile relay team qualified for medley team, since they have both ,
run better times (the mile relay team'
ff'rDistricgGolf
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) 1, lost freshman Kitty Leasure, a 65 second .

Ilcrrcs 5l/i, Gauivx; 9th at Higli Sclfool ? Tourney: .. quarter-miler. {Fo,,,illness, the'".,
week before districts?.a)4 Woody In ,;:
, BUS sophomore Joey HPHVS shot a shots back at 77 Bradford's other entrant "Joey hit the ball great Thursday" the high jump where-'her personal"
. 41-38-79 at the par-72 Willow Lakes in the field, defending champ said BUS Golf Coach Warn! "'",\UtitlJ. best of 5'O' ranks her"among the con-;'; ,
I course in Orange Park Thursday lo Richard Gaines, a junior tied for son, "he really came on strong at the tenders. .. ,t'
place fifth in the District 4-AAA high ninth with an 80 in the district event end of the season and In the district." Antoinette Bright and Lisa Norman -
J school golf tournament. that included eight full teams and rounded out the 10 girl team that ran ,..
/Herres' play earned the Tornado some 42 golfers. Lake City won the Herres closed out the year with a in the district meet.
J golfer a ribbon as one of the top six tourney with a team toal of 312, 12 39.6 nine hole average after being
finishers in the event. Lake City's strokes ahead of Orange Park, and above 40 until the final weeks of the I.......,d HN. DI.,1et m..l wad'' rlmn..d' 'Hp4 ,,
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Robert Burns won with a three over will now move on to state competition campaign. Gaines finished with a .. .
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par 75:i score with Guy Norris of Lake (with Burns representing the district nine hole average of 38.75 said Adkin- l.fffl Jwmp"Prf.H., Bltlwe.....,. ,,'r', High _-?. .
I (Cil>. Billy Tuten of Palatka and'hri as low medalist) In the state tourney son, who will have both of his district ...._.U.*.... < !* Staggers( of Baker County two In Sara sola. entrants back next year, DtowPUTNAM.. ion", l o..,*.,.to,W.li."K.nnf.; '
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BHS ended iu regular baseball ched well against Palatka this year." Good e then beat me ball up the mid- Buchholi 4-BUS
season with a couple of sloppy disap Should BHS win the District 4-AAA dle and Honour bobbled the chance Bradford's Tornadoes allowed! the
pointment* to fall to 10-12 on the year title Hartley said they would probably although he held Parado at third. visiting Bobcats to score all of their
but is geared for the"second season"as host the district champion from the Finally Parado crossed with the tie- runs on errors and gave away a 4-3
the District 4-AAA tournament Gainesville-Ocala area (Lake Weir ing SCOT when Honour gloved Clark's.line win in Starke Thursday night.
opens in Palatka tonight. and Gainesville Buchholi are out but threw wildly to first trying Losing pitcher Kenny Clark saw his I
The Tornadoes had one of their favored) Tuesday night at 7:30: p.m. to double up Goodge. Jeffery Norman record dip to 4-5 although he sur-- "
most discouraging weeks in Bradford who had doubled down the left rendered just four hits and not an
High1 finest baseball season since UC 3- 11115 2 field line earlier then rocketed a earned run.Buchholi.
1979 last week-BHS was beaten by The Tornadoes played giveway towering triple to right field to scoreGoodge. r
Gainesville Buchholz 4-3 and Lake after gamely fighting back to take a opened the scoring by accepting 1 bey? '; ,
Butler Union County 3-2, with none of lead and lost their final regular two BUS infield errors in the
opponent's runs being earned in season game of the season to Lake opening frame to tally one run. The .
the' error-plagued final act of the Butler-Union County Friday night in margin was upped to 2-0 as two more
season-still their is hope that the Lake Butler. < Tornado bobbles and a wild pitch
playoffs will bring better times. allowed the 'Cats to score again in the jr, ,,
The loss to the rival Tigers was a fourth. ; y }
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first round district action at PHS as finishing the season with a .500 Tornadoes scored in the fourth "t ? ,
Tornadoes: take on St. Augustine.The record-leaving the Tornadoes at and fifth to even the count Bill i
Yellow Jackets earned the top 10-12-and also Because It came beforea Allen Goodge singled and scored when Scott so'.
seed in the four team tourney raucous Lake Butler crowd. reached on an error in the ,
(Palatka and Green Cove meet at 8 UC ace throw fourth but the Tornadoes left Allen
pitcher Toby Dillow _
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pnv.) with their 104 mark against ing for the second time In as many -- fifth I
AAA teams while Doug Reddish walked with one ."
Bradford's AAA days (he had beaten Newberry 9-3 ':
card puts them at the bottom of the Thursday afternoon), stifled Brad- out and scored on Jeffery Norman'ssingle c .1
pre-tourney totem pole. Hartley discounts ford with no runs and just two hits to right but again Bradford left +
the seedings. through the first five innings but the two base runners-Norman and Dinky --.- ;if"- :
"All four of the coaches feel like Tornadoes plated two runners to take Kilby That proved costly as the Bob- + ; I :
this year there Is really no favorite the lead in the sixth inning and appeared cats came in back to score the winning i1,1 l 'f 'H y.t .,1fff'. i Ii
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of the four teams could win it" the hotly-contested game until the Tigers Tornado senior Jeffery Norm.. One Buchholz walk and to a take two run 4-2 error lead allowed and. .. ,. ,mk'7.)1..._. ._ ,.I..;.,. >. _"_....,...,;:,\_...,:,. :' ...... \I''
Tornado field boss explained, "We'd were given two runs in their half of tripled and doubled against Lake reliever a '':" .. '" ,YI5 f ;
like to be going into the districts with the sixth. After a Jeffery Norman-to- Butler-Ualon County Friday night Corky Livers held off the Tornadoes Todd Samons makes It look easy lilt he sails \er lire" at the district track 'I i iI
some momentum but we're the typeof Kenny Clark-to Doug Reddish double ending the season with a .435 batting to claim his second win of the meet Thursday. The Bradford High pole taullrr could Kit no higher and had to
team that's up and down and I think play cleared the bags BHS blew up average and a team-high 27 runs bat- season against BHS. Kilby tripled to settle for seventh place. '," '
we're due to have a good solid and let the win slip out of their hip ted In. open Bradford the bottom of the last and pulled tl
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pocket A deep line drive to left field
SA figures to throw sidearmer Ran- was and Dillow slapped a Dillow upped his record to 8-4 with a Bobcat error on Norman's hard More Boys Trackgets
drop grounder but that all
dy Day against BUS tonight. He to score Jon Prit-. the win, allowing five Tornado hits was BHS could .
get as they fell to 1011.S Of
mastered the Tornadoes twice this chett with the tieing run. Then Infield and striking out five while picking two I
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them rougher as the 16 best in each .His, lump Hnftl '.I**.. k'r l_ Jump i ii.kn.e..I..9r6s
shutting out three hits
year on hoppers to short and second were bob- BUS runners off base with his deceptive cMMlilSlt.t-.4 l MuttHurt! pal.l wr. Mm* i
event in the four district area
tw -weeks ago. bled as Dillow came accross with southpaw move. -11'1-S run .win*, cut: uri:i:., otcon: 110. wrV P.4.
'I've just got the feeling we're going what was the winning run. W.UOMI.UMfClM*(..I). head to head for four spots to states .u....McKliuMI.. '.1. 111"1| ) UMONt. ..... !
to knock him out of there this UC had taken the lead in the first inning Freshman pitcher Scott A1len'smark "We've got shots at it but they all lOt"' IOO.,.tr..,,.ht...tl.k.k.M.*41(!.........HIM.. I* .. ;.
know they'll have to do a lot better to pl.rld.IM ,m* .t h.pM..ds HIM I. t r..r
game. Hartley predicted in a showof as Tommy Honour reached on a fell to 6-4 with the loss. He and "Both of these games were Iden- .. ... "vu.11...> Iwnmt "WI... II '''''.WII....
.';boldness uncommon among grounder to short and took second on maybe some of the other Tornadoes, tical to me... in the way we lost 9ualify for state Stephens said, 'A.. >t k,. 440.0..WD. '.<.. 41. tlfrCux1K .
coaches "I don't think he'll last five a double play attempt throwing error.A felt the brunt of the constant riding by them." Coach Hartley reasoned. "We this week we've been working on our -"f. ""., DMAIfH, ,. Nit. I Bit........C..MIK
handoffs and the little to 4t.>r*. IM MiKdtn MtOnxll,'*' 14 t... f,ATMOMAI
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ny Clark whose 4-5 record doesn't he scored on a passed ball. It sayed section in the loss as he was can't make the errors like we have get ready I Mil*......'." lllh* K''''Y. 10,H 1. ... ..!..?
mirror the way he's pitched. 1-0 until the sixth when BUS finally distracted away from the plate duringhis and win the one run ballgames. .. *.!.*.. a.\, ? OIAO'OID. a t. Mil *.*.*
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"I feel like St Augustine is a high touched home against Dillow. motion a couple of times in the late "Both Scott and Kenny did a heck of 51.,9./. /... ....,. tiloy F.lwh,.,)l '.. Mil H&l.r f.l..k..III, 'Im
ball hitting team and Kenny keeps the Dinky Kilby singled to center and Innings. Allen gave up just four Tiger a job pitching you couldn't ask for II MAOFOID I M I
ball down so we'll throw him the first raced all the way to third when UC's hits and struck out seven batters in any more from them but we have to I
game and save Scott (freshman Scott center fielder let the ball get past the loss while allowing no earned play the defense.The kids realize that HDW THE M, .:"hIIllH'1I' W MI I./ ',, .
Allen M on the year) for him. Kilby pulled up with a slight runs. if we're not hitting which we haven't H,.peSTACKP .0 I r.('R.dud. i,
night's finals (set for 8 p.m.). I thin hamstring pull so Randy Parado was Htt 11e11t1..t been lately you have to play good PIIMINYh MM"d
Palatka will beat Clay and Scott's pit- inserted as a pinch-runner. Bill UCH lttt.-> defense." c t.t I,' t' "
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Businessmen\ remained 1-2 while Jerry Blalock was three for four Water's. Donny Wise added a three LWCI :a.S lira,... 12 1'.In Ind.an, l.l.1
LWCl rose from fifth place into a tie and AI Chapman two for three with an Water's 21.Misfits 2 for four game while Tommy Wise had Roy... r.s: I. Rhin 1 I. la"III'1'II \.3 ,
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with the Misfits for third after a rain- inside-the-park homer each for the Sr. Water's Bulldozing held the Misfits three hits in five trips Including a Immlt"1I.: .
shortened week of Men's Open Softball Boys who scored eight runs in a to just four hits in winning their sixth home run and triple. Larry Mercer CHURCH WUMENS kl.nhnnu 'a WI.
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'play last week. desperate seventh inning rally. Glenn straight game Thursday night. was also three for five. III)ml"'"'' I I
Leasure doubled and scoredone Hope .0 I)4, I,,..,,w.'r. I.I 1 ) 'IM '! Chuck .
Gnann added two hits one a double Joey Bennett Charlie Green and Grace "I I. Mrm-. I 1 I Ih.munw. I I IIna '
Businessmen I-Rebels 4 and leadoff batter Steve Griffis reach- Ricky Bennett all had three for four of the Misfit's two runs. /a ,Inl1n",, I I' lIulM. '
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both won their Monday night games bats. :"Gnann;wfls .Mree ...
doubled: In his only Teston'at bat to and aid the Bruce SB'cause last week to set up a battle between .Baldwintw for three with a double .. ."'-. .. .. -.... .., ... .' \'.. ,. .. ...<> ......,.. ..". ...... ...
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league leaders at 7:30: p.m. Monday and Wanda Bishop two for four with
tlaguewood were two for three and
Marty Russell and Billy Gnann one May 7, at Pratt Street Field. Hope -FB18 four runs scored for the winners. Where?
for One for the Rebels. Hope edged First Baptist 19-18 to There was nothing easy about First Baptist which scored three Da-Drap-In
run its record to 4-0 while Grace is 3-1 Hope's fourth straight league win as times in the top of the sixth to take an
after a 14-6. decision over St. Ed- the winners had to wore six runs in 18-13 lead was led by Carol Geiger,
LWCI 17-Sr. Boys 15 ward's. the bottom of the last inning to choke who had three hits In five at bats Bar lain Hause
LWCI built up a 17-7 lead but had to off First Baptist's upset hopes. Michelle Sapp. with two doubles andCassie
hold off a furious Sr. Boys rally in the Mary Hersey pounded two doubles Riddick. who doubled once. 301 S 964-6740 Slarke Fla.
eighth inning before claiming a two Grace ...-SE 6

year run .win olds and into moving a tie for past third the place 16-18 in with GB an styed eight firmly run win in second over St.place Ed- Starke League Leaders Water's Wins When? Sat. May 5th 9 To 6 :'

the Starke Men's Open League. ward's last Monday night. ,Corkie
David Rogers cracked four hits in Norman had two hits including a double This Is R-e-a-l-l-y A Big One Folks.Audrey's :
five trips John Wright went three for in three trips to pace the winners 14 Team 'Green Cove Springs Tourneyin
four with an inside-the-park home with Tracy George and Sherri Johns j
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run. and Ralph Wright tripled and adding two base hits each. 'the final- frame) with Wilbur Buying'Spree, t'. j 1//// M
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James Jones added a pair of hits in and Sharon Dewey was two for three Open League leaders went out three for four for the winners. Jim Personally.Select New. Colors. and Styles 1r1'I:\ ;
three at bats and Stonewall Albert for SE with both delivering doubles. of town last weekend and brought the Lewis went four for four and Green ,' I .' .
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Springs men's softball tourney.: ,

I Merchants Open Up Dixie Boys LeadThe Water's went 5-0 for the weekend win.For the weekend Johns followed' Shop Early For Good Selections FromJ", ',:;.; I. ;

finishing things up with a 15-5 title Green a dozen with a doubles.700 average and two, Including'half homers. The Factory, To You At A Big Savings :f fr I ; -

Merchants opened up a lead in Merchants Civitans 2 game win over Stonecraft of Jacksonville. Mercer: batted .600 and Waters .563.

the Dixie Boys baseball leauge last Kenny Davis gave up a leadoff The local nine banged out a .459 ... ll r ..
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week as they beat the Olympians and single to Randy Alvarez but not a hit team batting average for the tourney -"
Civitans, the two teams who were tied thereafter in his first Dixie Boys pitching with Charlie Green leading the way.
with them for the league lead after performance to lead the Mer- Green tilt .722 for the weekend and
the first week of play. chants to their second win of the won the tourney home run title with a k ,
season Thursday. last game home run. Charlie blasted a
Merchants Olympians 5 Davis struck out 11 Civitans in the Sinning towering shot in his final at bat to
The Merchants took sole possessionof game. Jimmy Schoening tripled break a three-man deadlock, RABIES CLINIC
first place as they erased a 2-3 first twice and Barry Johnston added a finishing with five roundtrippers. t
Inning deficit with the help of costly pair of doubles to lead the winners at

Olympian errors Monday night. the plate. Tom Pierce and Blaine Water's routed the Palatka .,
,Jimmie Schoening banged two hits Dyal added doubles for the Merchants. 15-2 their first time out before Green's Angels ,
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Domino's Turn Tables on Florida Bank: ;*

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two week old loss to Florida Bank as was stifling but Florida Banks Jove- Mains single up the middle.. .. J"" ....
I t they continued what promises to be ahighlycompetitive work was good enough to make the Neither team scored in the fifth and ". ,\.1 ", '.\\.I '" I"t..t Ti.1
\ \ four game mat. Domino comeback effort an uphill Florida Bank went down quietly In the \:'. .: .t/ '#.t'
\ 'J i' chup between the two teams in the ci- climb seventh to seal the Domino wm. l ...81
ty women's softball league with a 6-4 The Domino's got one of the runs The bankers best chance to score 4'
'win before some 100 fans at Pratt back In the bottom of the first with after the first came in the third Inning 4 1
Street Field Tuesday night. Marian Walmsley, one of the game's when Francis Coltrane led the frame .._ os
The win, coupled with a victory defensive standouts, slapping a base off with a double. The FB third .
over Bradford Furniture left the hit and scoring: on a single by Cassan baseman was stranded though as the
defending league champion Domino'sa dra Johnson. They closed the gap to winners got three quick outs .. ;::. .
half a game in back of first place 4-3 in the third as Karen Norman Jordan and Mains ended up three .-" ...... ;.,,14 -
Florida Bank and took some of the singled with one out and was plated for three and Johnson went two for ; .
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sting from the memory of the 13.12 by Johnson's double. Cassandra In three for the Domino's. McRae was ., ..J>';. "I ""' .. ''' ......
Florida Bank win of April 19. turn scored on Diane Jordan's base two for three for FB. ,....''i..rIft.; !; a', .' ; ';r":". ..,. :t 3
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hit.Joy Mains scored the tieing run In The Broughton Bullets evened their Florida Bank third baseman Francis day's loss to the Domino's.Joy MainsIs
the fourth,scoring on a FB error after worksheet at 2-2 by ripping Bradford Coltrane speeds Into third In Tues- the Domino third sacker.
Domino's t.Fla.Bank 4 singling.In Furniture 22-7 Tuesday night.
Defense was the key as the the fifth the winners plated two Tasha Livingston pounded four hits .
Domino's pulled even with the runners to take the lead for the first Including two triples, and scored four winless Florida Bank In Women's Fla. Bank 13-Bullets 0 ; Lu
bankers in the loss column. Florida time.Jordan singled to start the mini. times to pace the winner's attack. Open play at Pratt Street Field Thurs- Florida Bank played airtight
Bank tallied all four of their runs in rally with Betty Jean Hudson Sherry Gohagen and Mary Felton added day evening. defense In allowing Broughton's
the first Inning with hits by Linda reaching behind her on an error. Win- two hits apiece, Giny Kllby doubled Winning pitcher Sheila Forsyth Bullets just six base hits and no runs t
I. CUbbedge Francis Coltrane, and Jan ning pitcher Sheila .Forsytb then and Belinda Kilby scored three helped her cause with a five for five- Thursday night.Offensively .
McRae coupling with four Domino er delivered a sacrifice fly to score Jor- times for the Bullets. three double night. Diane Jordan and
Vicky Anderson went three for Karen Norman both were four for five Jan McRae's three for + 1
; three with a double, F. Whittaker was with Jordan smacking two home runs three night led FB while Harriet Dun
1 two for two and Sandra Darley singled ]. and a double and Norman adding a can,Telia Mercer and Betty Bennettall
BHS Girls Fall in District SoftballBradford and scored twice for the losers lour of two base hits. Linda Lee was were two for three for the win
for four while Jerri Lane and ner's.
High School's girls softball spot for Bradford High's girls came in Betty Jean Hudson both were three Cathy McAlpine and Debbie Domino Karen Norman took the
season was ended Tuesday in the top of the third when BHS loaded Domino's 36-Fla. Bank I for three with two extra base hits.S Broughton provided most of the rough road Into home below Florida
I Starke as the Lady Tornadoes fell to the bases and Terry Parrish cleared The Domino's smashed 30 hitshalfof Sharp doubled to highlight BF's Bullet offense with two hits In two at Bank catcher Betty Bennett Tuesday I
Clay High 24-7 in the first round of the them off with a home run over the them for extra bases-in clouting quiet attack bats apiece. night '.

District 4-AAA softball tournament. short fielder's head in left center. .w.._ ,. ......._..
Clay and St. Augustine,a 6-3 winner Parrish was three for three for the a
over Pala\ka in Tuesday's second game while Doll Waters, Dana Mets Take Over Dixie Youth Major League Lead jThe j
game, will vie for the district title today Cooper, Dawn Schoening Janice
at 5 p.m. at Westside Field. Berry, Tommie Sue Marshall, and Mets won both their games last Tyson and Daren Chandler going two with a double, Gary Tyson was two
The Lady Devils had no trouble running Cindy Alderman aU had two base hits week' to move past the Giants and for three and Ricky Wells and Jason for four, and Micole Scott tripled for
their record to 15-2 against BHS and Phyllis Cuffee collected the other even with the Dodgers for first placein Bennett both two for four for the the Giants.L. .
which ended its season 214. Clay Lady Tornado safety. the Dixie Youth Major League for game. .Gold Dodgers S
lumped into an 8-0 lead after one inning .,.*. ..4.I 4.l-r }fp 11-12 year olds. Mets S.L. Blue Lawtey Gold knocked the Dodgers
and led 21-6 after three. A bright oc.c.; elran' M The Dodgers and Mets head the The Mets broke a 4-4 tie in the third from their unbeaten perch Thursday
standings with 3-1 records with the inning and went on to win their second evening, April 19, in Lawtey with a
Giants and Lawtey Gold one game game of the season Friday night. 12-5 win.
I Phillies Stretch Minor League Win Streak back at 22. Shane Johnson and Stephen Jones The winners were out.hit.-lf( but
; lyp Meta 16L..{Gold combined for a 10 strikeout-four hit made the most of 14 bases on balls
1--' The Mets stayed with the Dodgers pitching performance while Jones passed out by Dodger pitchers.
their
stretched
1Tile Phillies winning Youth Minor League Thursday night. in first place by popping the Lawtey went three for three for the winners. Gerald Brown spiced the LG attack
.'itreak to four games with two wins Hal Davis and Dale Brown collected Gold Nuggets In Lawtey Tuesday Timmy McGee added two hits and with two hits and scored twice. Sam
vlast week, one a 13.7 win over the the winners only hits while' night Robbie McGee doubled for the Mets. Norman added a double and scored
;:;Tigers in a battle for the league lead Brown, Richie Barnes, Mathew Shane while Howard and
The hitting of Johnson, Rob- Marty Irons was two for two and three times Bruce
"an| theDY' Minor League for 8-10 year Bryant, and Michael Gray all scored bie McGee and Steven Jones pacedthe Carey Mire was one 1 for two and Wayne Brown both went one for one.
-folds. twice for the Phillies, who upped their winners to their third victory in scored twice for Lawtey Blue. for the winners.
:. \ ', Phillies-L ltanlt n 12 record to 3-1 with the win. four league games. Ricky Carver was a perfect three
The league leaders struck for nine The Tigers,who dropped to 2-2 with Braves Giants 8 for three with a triple and two runs
'runs in the second Inning to keep their the loss were paced by Brad Green Dodgers 1C.Giant 8 Tony Hilliard scored on John David scored and Timmy Harper went two
win streak alive against the host who went two for two with two runs -.. The Dodgers raked Giant pitchingfor Francis' fielder's choice with one out for two with a triple for the Dodgers..
Lawtey Rangers Monday night. scored, Richie Taylor, who added a Trrrl Parrish swatted a grand slam 21 hits and knocked the losers out In the bottom of the last inning as the George Levasser added two hits'in
Hal Davis was two for two and couple of hits, and Jamey Carver home run In a losing cause for the of a first place tie Tuesday night at previously wlnless Braves upendedthe three at bats. '.
scored three times and Chris who scored twice. Lady Tornadoes Tuesday Pratt St.Ricky. previously unbeaten Giants Fri-
Johnston added two hits and three Carver and Michael Colvin day night at Pratt Street Field.
runs scored in three at bats to pace were both four for four with two extra The Braves squandered a 7-4 lead
the winners. Gary Wise added a dou- base hits to lead the winners. George but then came back from an 8-7 Giant
ble and Mat Bryant and Chuck Northgidc Nails Down Fifth Victory; Levasser and Brad Brown added advantage to win their first game

i Coburn added Phillie singles.: three hits, including a double apiece, against two losses and drop the
Robert Starling delivered two Pine Level Above .500 in Church P. Brown was two for two with a dou- Giants to 21. Francis was two for
doubles and scored twice for the Play ble, and Tony Diggs and L. Eaves three with a triple while Robbie
Lawtey squad Jamie Crews tripled were two for four for the winners. Boone, Barry Warren, and Robert I dq'I. LOt7Mnn
Billy Gault was one for one, and Ken- Northside Baptist( became the first K.Lake 26>I st Methodist 7 Micole Scott delivered three hits in Taylor all doubled for the winners The ancient Greeks'and
t neth Norman scored twice for the five game winner in the Men's Church Dwayne Hardee had three extra four at bats for.,the Giants with Gary Jason_Bennett went two for three Romans ate vloleti.
Rangers. Softball League and ended last week base hits In a four for five ijighJiwrfitte ___ n..nm'_ :"
J ', ." :' Twins 12.Tigenl2ltiei with a half! .game'lead. over idle.Hope Broderick 'Crawford wasthree for ,
The Twins and Baptist. ; three 'for'the winners:' Dennis
Tigers couldn't set-
tle the Issue Monday as they battled toe P.Level to.1st Baptist I Crawford went threW for four Steve : : :
* 1M2 tie at Pratt Street Field. Pine Level swatted, 29 hits, and bats Crawford had two doubles I in three at EMEMBER: : MOMand
and
I The teams were tied 4.4 after one In- limited' First 'Baptist, .to Just ''four KL." )lbam Padgett dotihJed.to
i Ming 10-10 at the end of three frames, safeties In winning a lopsided. game > Pat
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Frank Durrance was three for three three for three night at the plate while
for the Twins. Jimmy Wilson pacedthe with two extra base hits while Mark Terry added three hits in
four
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night Jones slapped two doubles Josh
that included a triple while Randall Smith was two for two and Wayne at for bats four and with David a triple Thigpen to lead was the winners two We Have A Nice.Selection OfOccasional
Polk, Richie Taylor, and David Blankenship and Morris Broome both
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Lizenbee added base hits. had three hits, including triples for straight decision.
Calvary, losers of four straight : :
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Lisa Lenora Lee, granddaughter Of wicker baskets with blue" streamers
Mrs. Beatrice LaMonda of Graham filled with flower petals. The bride's
; and David Dean Manning son of Mr. attendants wore gold chains with a
I and Mrs Kenneth F. Manning of blue heart pendant which were gifts
Graham were united in marriage Friday from the bride.Ringbearer .
A April 20. at 8:00 p.m. in Graham was Gary Coleman and
\ Baptist Church, with Rev. James E. he wore a light blue tuxedo and car A
Starling performing the nuptials. ried a heart shaped pllow with blue
Hospital Auxiliary board lIIembe..ln.talied at the April M;meeting are(l-r>, The altar was centered with a satin streamers.The .-
front row: Mrs. Maurice Overstreet. Mrs. L.C. Early and Mrs. Linda Johns. flower-covered arch, flanked on bride, given In marriage by )
I Standing: Mrs Drew Reddish Mrs. W.J. Frick, Miss Arthurine Blanchard either side with a 7-branch Jimmy Starling, her uncle, wore a ,
Mrs. Joe McGee. candelabra, accented with wedding white polyester knit gown with a cot. I
Dalms. yucca trees.. Boston fern. ton netting bodice inserted with ,
leather.l af fern and daisies. The keyhole opening accented with lace
Mrs. Maurice Overstreet Installed As piano held a large fern. appliques. It had an empire waistline il
I Michael Prescott, pianist and \ with lace applique trim, front and
soloist, presented a program of nup- back, long bishop sleeves with snap- ".".
President of Bradford Hospital Auxiliary tial music. closure at lace appliquetrimmedcuffs '
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John Lefevers attended Mr. Mann-: and a wide, full skirt extendedto :' ,
ing as oesi man. Ushers were diaries a chapel-length train. Her chapel- '
Mrs. Maurice Overstreet was installed second vice-president; Miss Ar- McKinney and Greg Dodd. length veil,attached to a Juliet cap accented :'I :
president of the Bradford thurine Blanchard recording Miss Connie Dyal served as maid of with seed pearls was i \ !
County Hospital Auxiliary at the secretary; Mrs. Linda Johns, honor. She wore a long blue A-llne polyester organza trimmed with cotton ;'. ., .I
general meeting and dutch-treat din treasurer and Mrs. Joe McGee, correspondent gown with accordian pleats at skirt Venice lace and simulated seed '
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ner held at the Western Steer Steak. secretary. and wide Alecon lace ruffled around pearl trim. She carried a cascade "". i f
House Monday night, April 30. Corsages of pink silk roses were neck. In her hair she wore a blue silk bouquet of miniature carnations In ..1 ,
The head table was centered withan presented to the guests and new of- butterfly with baby's breath. She carried white, white rosebuds, baby's breath \ ,
arrangement of pink silk roses. ficers. a nosegay of blue pom-poms and and springria fern and leather-leaf
Guests of the Auxiliary for the Mrs. Frick then presented Mrs. daisies. fern with white satin streamers. Her I
meeting were Dave Libby, Administrator Overstreet with the gavel. Mrs. Miss Sheila Manning served as only ornament was a heart-shaped
of Bradford County Overstreet reported that she and Mrs. bridesmaid. Her gown was Identicalto diamond, a gift from the groom.A .
Hospital.. and his guest Ms. Merle Early attended the Northeast District the maid of honor. Keisha Manningand reception was held in Fellowship I !
Butler, Mrs. Frances Simmons, Nor. Hospital Auxiliary meeting April 25 Apryl Coleman served as flower Hall of the church. Mrs. Charles I
theast District Director of Florida and 26 at the LaChateau Restaurantin girls. Their gowns were light blue accented Schmitt, director, and Ms. Gail Col- {I

Christian Hospital ,Auxiliary TAV State, and Chairman Mrs. Betty of night Jacksonville, April 25 they Beach.attended On Wednesday Presi wore miniature with white blue lace silk ruffles.butterflies They ,and eman presented greeted the them guests to the at receiving the door I______________________________

Florida Hospital-Auxiliary, all of dent's and President's-elect dinner at and baby's breath in their hair. They line composed of the bride and groom, ,
Jacksonville. the home of Mrs. Gene Coleman. wore white gloves and carried white his parents and her grandmother.
Following the dinner, a short 'Barbara Lefevers kept the bride's
business meeting was held with Mrs.W.J. Rowe-Clemonts Engagement! ToldMr. .book. -- ,. T
Frick, outgoing president The bride's table
was centered witha
presiding. Mrs. Drew Reddish, and Mrs. James V. Rowe of graduated from Seminole Community 3-tier white wedding cake decoratedwith Mr and Mrs. David Dean Manning
Finance Chairman, reported that the Sanford announce the engagementand College in Sanford. cheribums, doves, tiny wedding
Fair Booth was a financial success forthcoming marriage of their Her fiance, who was born In El ,bells and accented with pale blue I
this year. Due to the-illness of the daughter, Monica Jo, to James Alan Paso, Texas, graduated from daisies and lily-of-the-valley. All the Miss Debbie Honored With Coke
awards chairman the presentation of Clements, son of Sgt. Major (Ret.) Seminole High School, and Florida tables in the party room were covered Spengler PartyThe
the hour pins was postponed until the and Mrs. James W. Clements of State University where he. majored in with white lace over light blue linen
next meeting May 28. McAlpin, FL. Accounting.Both and
were accented with and
A very inspiring talk was given br Born in Starke,the bride-elect is the daisies. The cake was greenery flanked on home of M.... John M. Miller The guests were invited to the
Mrs. Simmons about "Leadership granddaughter of W. Hogan Smith of are presently employed. with either side with 9-branched was the setting for a Coke Party refreshment table which was covered
prior to Installing the' following of- Starke, Mrs. Eoline W. Smith of Sanford Jim Rowe Pest Control. candelabra with burning blue tapers. honoring' Miss Debbie Spengler.. with a white embroidered cutwork
ficers: Mrs. Maurice Overstreet, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. The wedding will be an event of July Silver compotes held nuts and mints. bride-elect of June 23, on Saturday cloth and centered with a punch bowl
president; Mrs. L.C. Early, Green of Starke. 21, at 7:30: p.m. at Grace United 'Mrs. Charles McKinney and Mrs. April 28.Hostesses. holding cokes and ice. The bowl was
president-elect; Mrs. Drew Reddish, Miss Rowe graduated from Methidist Church, Sanford. All Donna McMillan cut the bride's cake. with Mrs: Miller were encircled with roses and ivy
first vice-president; Mrs. W.J. Frick: Seminole High School in Sanford at- friends and relatives are invited to at- The punch table was centered witha Mrs. Bob Ferguson Mrs. R.S. Mullins
tended Florida State University,and tend. silver punch bowl encircled with and Mrs. A.J. Eaves. The hostesses presented the
Mrs. Mullins greeted guests at the honoree and her mother with silk cor
greenery and daisies, flanked by two
5-branch candelabra with blue tapers. door and presented them to Miss sages. Miss Spengler was also given a
.Silver and crystal compotes held nuts Spengler and her mother, Mrs. V.J. dinner plate to her chosen china from
1 the hostesses
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,:land mints. Mrs. Kathy Vaughn Spengler.The
,presided at the punch bowl. Miller home was attractively Assisting in serving were Patty
.;. The groom's table was 'centeredwith decorated with arrangements of roses Mullins, Mary Anne Miller, Julie and

.,., .I . ''t -J" ,'".a" .J\" ,..," ." ,,,.. ,. a chocolate cake flanked with a and fern and assorted potted plants. Aimee Ferguson.
":::I,"\/d." .i. ball and chain, billy Jack and hand-
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: ti-Hh' 'it.Jo..1 v,cuffs. Jana Starling presided at the
/j {,. airs; -,, lFr+ President of Florida Bank at j groom's table. Miss Denise Hersey Honored At Showers 9
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.ii. ; "'L' "' '4AA, '" '11-.f. :;; Starke.You should get to know ",*' Following a wedding trip to SouthFlorida.
.. '.Hi, ,. "' /.o Miss Denise bride-elect. Mrs. Fred Oglesby and Mrs. Oleta
Hersey
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1.* ; ,. J. t+>" ,. ,;' ... -;''.himsbecause heartdiall4t&. "fr. '*" .-* .was honored at a miscellaneous Hardenbrook met with the mother of
aldo. e
.r .' ':,;) .. .,' people at Florida Bank can do ', Mr. Manning Is:employed by. r the .- --shower given by Mrs. Voncete Bruce the,.irida-etocU Uuby-iierse .Ao, .' ,
: at the home of Mrs. Michael Reddish.In discuss'Initial arrangements for the
; ; more for you than you Alachua County Road Department.
t ; the living room silk spring wedding reception.
[ FLORIDA might think Miss flowers were placed at highlighted
They're people who'll help you Cindy Canova, points of interest. Several games
were played and after the last New
; 1:,:, .'<, Improve your home. Or put you Bride-Elect Honored the bride-elect was presented a game Kit Owners
"'.' ,' in a car. chen Recipe File Box by the hostess. Grand
; ... BANK People who set up a savings Each guest was asked to write their Opening
plan just for And help With Patio PartyMiss favorite recipe and contribute It to SALE
you. you
Denise's recipe file. Alter the bride- Many Items
plan for retirement. Cindy Canova. bride-elect of elect opened the gifts, the guests were % ort
P People who'll give you a choiceof Billy McRae' was honored with a served refreshments.The Nice Selection
15 PEOPLE. checking accounts And take Patio Party on Thursday April 28, at dining room table was overlaid Countryliub
the home of Mrs. Bobby Taylor. with a two-tone beige lace cloth with Lake Butler
an interest in your business. And Miss Canova received many out an underlay pale pink cloth and 4902204Bridemaid's!
:::::. .. even guard your valuables. door type gifts to supply a house on centered with a bride and groom
And so much more, you need to Kingsley Lake in which the couple centerpiece, flanked by silver
will reside. A total of 14 guests attended candleholders with pink tapers. Pink
find out for yourself. Get to knowJ. the festivities. silk rose buds were also placed on the Luncheon
.-... .E. Tomlinson and all the Florida Punch and cake were served to the table. '"
,.' =...=. National people in town. guests. The cake was decorated with Another small table with a white Honors Cindy Canova
f. yellow umbrellas, which matched the cloth centered with a bud vase ,
t'f E Get to know you bank) Invitations and tablecloth. holding silk pink carnations,was used
.Hostesses with Mrs. Taylor were for the silver coffee service and silver May 12 Bride-Elect
.,' :::;::- bowl.Assisting.
Mrs. Audrey
.- her daughter, Kathy, punch
'" :::';:' George and daughter Ellen. They in serving were Mrs. Miss Cindy Canova, whose mar
; ? ':: .tY presented the bride-elect: with several Tommy Cason, Mrs. Lee Cogdill and riage to Billy McRae will be an eventof
<" ?:: 1 decorative pieces of wicker and Mrs. William Newham, sister-in-law May 12. was honored at a
: :::: woven straw to complement the. outdoor of the honoree. bridesmaid luncheon on Saturday,
iJ setting of a lake house as a Miss Hersey was presented with a April 28 at the Pecan Room of the

., ." H N -, .memento of the occasion. set of Corning Ware by her hostess, Garden Restaurant by Mrs. Donald
of Carter, Mrs. J.E. Denmark Mrs.
!' Mrs. Voncele Bruce, as a momento ,
i v?: "O the occasion. Randy Johns, Mrs. Vernon Reddish
fY ,a :Florida Bank ,. Mrs. Mike Sexton and Mrs. Eugene
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K PennI ae Hunt Tanner.
r' o Miss Mersey Honored The U-shaped table was decorated
Starke
I ;: at < SJRCC Graduate At Fitting Brunch 'with white wicker baskets containing
Jeflerson at dark Street 904/964-7060 r.: Miss Denise Hersey, bride-elect, multi-colored: roses.
was honored on Saturday morning, Twenty-five guests enjoyed the luncheon -
,MmbrFDIC Equal Homing Lender f Pennirae Hunt graduated from St. April 28, at a brunch. including the bridal attendants,
cn< > 1979 Florida National Banks at Florida In I:1a Johns River Community College Fri- The matron of honor and three Mrs. George Canova. mother of the

day, April 27. She graduated as press bridesmaids were measured for bride-elect Mrs Donald McRae
;5; dent of the honor society. Among her gowns by Mrs. Oleta Hardenbrook. mother of the groom-elect, and Mrs.
\, ;\ activities while attending the college Mrs. Hardenbrook plans to make all L.A. Canova, grandmother of the
; qa I she served as vice president and the gowns for the wedding party. Lit bride-elect, ..
'la s president of Phi Theta Kappa, tie Dana Reddish and Diane Miss Canova was presented with a
., w nominated for Miss SJRCC and had a Newham nieces of the bride-elect, platter to her chosen china pattern by
fV .co-starring role in a production by were also measured for their gowns. the hostesses as a momento of the oc
'.'\I't. ... tThe Viking Players. She plans to at- After measurements were taken, casion. -
,:ffi _. *tend the University of Florida In the refreshments were served In the din-
,..., i Fall term. Ing room buffet style:
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)BIt with 4 acr*. Hwy 16 West.4M S.M and. $6.93. Shod day ervic*. S** Rudy. at On. BRapartment 964-3148 or 964-6583. TFchg 1/26ltd.g "'7 Studio Cleveland 9648015. Itchg 9/3

28. Con. .,... wrm 10 acre and. 2 bam*. ...... hedge plant Waldo Fla Morkt. Friday. ., pool. TV AC. SEWING MACHINES J. WILSON B1ACKTO SERVKESi Tae 513 2tchg $/10

4 acre with wed < ---*,. lowtey or_. camellia. pot plant hangIng Sat.. Sunday. Monday. utilities Incl"""'. Totallyfurnished. REPAIRED ATI mokae c...... looking for new desire
2+i octet Qf *iC>*< of Stork. basket, and many TFchg Weekly monthly ed. olld and odlust] *d. $7.Stridondm drlwway reosoooble All CHRISTIAN LADY to BABY-SITTING my-horn -
her horn.
7 acre-S7.50OEasy T_.. ma'.. O. C. CAINfS CHAIN LINK FENCE rate.. TEMPLE MOTEL 880 -. Jama work o-on.**... Phon do babysitting In all egos Monday thru Fri
N. Tempi Av ., Stark. / r 782-3991. for old fenced yard to town. Phon 964-6831. 5/3
5 acres-000-Easy Term NURSERY $. 100 atFlorohom material. Do N yourtf and Morgan Repair day. 3tpd
4BR. 2$. Con. V*. wrm 2Vt acre Paved circl aViv.. .*. 23 mile* SE of tov*. Inctollotion ovallobl Phono. .....7357. '"/12 4tp4 Rd and Hwy 16. driveway Itchg 5/3 961.5233.5/3 2Khg 5/10 510.EMPlOYMSNTiTh.

Stork. Phone 639-2165. Fr** .nmate*. Handyman 9/3
WATERFRONT 4/12 TFdgSURGIAR Fenc Co. 964-8559. TFchg NEW FURNISHED STUDIO

AND fill PATIO COVERS 1020 $177 apartment monthly only. LOANS AVAIlABLElAnyEthel KlystR Ares Rda Clay
ALARMS Residential andcommercial. ...... Ava obt* May 2. PALMS '-we or vonture. Board of -County
vNnst. timitd County
supply
:3BR.! .B. Can .,... hows*only 2 year old on Sampson LokeOn APTS. 4/26 2tchg 5/3
Fr*.estimate" *. Ethel G. Botcheidc Commissioner
GATOR ALUMINUM. 4620 '.2. are taking
j restricted. _.
acr on Crosby Lake m or I HAVE 45 ACRES of
''to ooe100 ffSc j.<<*>>r Lok-l4.500. DON Hilt SECURITY NW 13th St., GainMvill. meadow: Pensacola Bohia Boa 4O9 Keyston Height OH SALEs cloy wl. toot*roven. HOUSE FOR LEASES application for th* positionof
SYSTEMS. 473-3549. TFchg :372.9767. TFchg FI.32656. Licensed. Mortgog yaungtr'* treo.. r-eyston Club Estate 200 Pointer' Helper/ ; under
and clover I would II". to
FENCING All hind, hog HAY FOR Broker. Phone from 3 th* Till* VI CETA Program.
SALE Round bale. ... 473-3585. refrigerator freeier yd* golf court BR.
COMMERCIAL ,. .
lease or Phon A. G.
wfc.. woldod wir.. barb for this
< $15 each. Arthur Gotklrt. From. R2. Box 65-C. 3/IS.Tfn. work), twin mattra and. 2 Bath control H/A carpet, In order to qualify'
wir*. wood. Chain link: fro. Plon.752.3)40. drapes kitchen, equipped. position you mutt: 1)8) a
; .large service station with remodeled offices. Equip. included estimates. Manning Fence TFchgLIMEROCKi Stark. Phon 9647048.Itpd springs moot slkr, lamp 3 resident of Cloy Covnty.2))
.2.0' Hwy 301. Co.. 473-4827 Keystone. Allen Taylor' 53MOBO.S CASH FOR GOLD Sterling. floor fan* (a* to). 2 TV for Ava.lao4 July 1. $275 per
Meet employment
I Lowt.,. Phon 782-3172 HOME 2 bedroom. Jewelry diamond coin. 473-3525. Itch 9/3 month. $379 security
718" part ,
301-Service
frontage on Hwy Station pump and.tank TFchg deposit. ""_... Oldercouple guidelines. of tin CETA Program
l weekday* otter 6 p.m." or AC furnished., on 3 acres, 2 dental gold. Will visit
: included. YARD SAUl Storting ./2.. 9 your ; 3)) B. lcollydi.'ogotf.
preferred. 468-1573
I Hwy 301 North tSffxTOOr lot with small c_. bl.... bldg. ...... to S p.m. 368 N. Cherry anytime weekend. TFchg mile* from Stork. $I 2S plusecurity. homo onywher. Mr IIi..- fOUNDs Mont watch at Days 473-4831 Night.Itchg M yew feel

Great loc anon. S,..families tot*. Itpd 5/3 IAHIA HAVi Argentina Phon 964-6479 mon. 17S-1009.2/1 tfne.... lok. Santa F. boat landing. 5/3 you may qualify, apply at
highly fortiliiad. Ph_.
Mobile Horn Fork-? acre included 8 mobile ho,'... TWO rrtMSt 1976 Ford F250 9646071. after 5 p.m. Itpd 9/3 Call 473-3679 after 6 p.m. FOR RENTi Loke Geneva 3 Clay County Community Services

I Room for expansion. pickup, low mileage/ ; I97S TFchgWATSON'S TWO BEDROOM mobil. LAKE LOTS FOR Itpd 33.GARAGI. .. 2 Bath mobile homo with 915 Walnut ''Street
TRAVEL TRAILER ..callntcondition. HOUSI OF homo convnint to hopping
: SALEiKeyston Height G,... Cov. Spring.
Phone 964-6406. VACUUMS Many brand of c.....,. No pets, no air conditioning. Partially
MOBILE HOME OR BUILDING LOTS BeauHlulV wooded lot on SAlEi Friday and furnished. $150 month FI.1tchgS/3/
new vacuum Ud chllcfr_. Phon 964-8810. per
920 Thomas. Stork.
5/3 Ifpd machine. _I lobi.. Port llchg 5/3 ck ar, and bottom lak.. Saturday May-.5. at 9 a.m. include water and garbogo

Tns* lot con b* purchased for os LOW as 15%" down. AID SALE: Saturday and occettorie for all ON KINGSLEY LAKES Moka Good terms or discount for Furniture. fireplace equipment pick-up. 'h_. ..".2313 EMPLOYMENT Thor Clay
May cash.I to 9 acts with nta. tobl otter ":30 5/3 tine.. .
vacuum 404 NW reservation for ping-pang swing p.m. .
5. 10 a..... to 3 p.m. Fur ylm your now County Board of 'County
I or I'% acre lots Hwy IOOW nitur. Infant cloth... lash Av... Golnetvllle, summer vocation Weekly tree overlooking lak. from sot. bicycle., toys. golf YARD SALES Six family.May Commissioners 0'.-,taking
Lots with well A septic os low as $3.495. vacuum clanr. fw phone 376-71IO. TFchg rate., Phono 533-3366.: S3.5OO. $500 down.$50 club, custom designed bar 4.9.6. 8 aim 6 p.m. Weston applications for tin position

I _'. cloth, odds and DO DROP IN Bargain. ........ TFchg month. Commercial lots on unit hou sew ores, tool and SR-100 on Mailman Rood of Clerk Typist, under tin Titl -
Pe..4 H. Foulkn.Susen .R.aha, ends. Approx. 2 mil'** down US 301 South. W. buy and. THREE BEDROOM HOUSE SR-21 North availobl. MUCH MORE Follow signs Follow signs. Itpd 5/3 VI CETA Program. In

I, M. Bekken-Realtor dward Rood Phono tell ...... fumltura. Phon $130 month. Phono 964-8727 Owna-Solemon. 473-4379. on Gordon Street. I tchg 5/3. FOR SALE! Antique curved order to qualify for lhl.position

Evenings. 94-6173 944-6888. Itpd 5/3 964-674O. 9 to S after 6 p.m. Itchg 5/3 2/23 tfnchg. gloss chino cabinet.. Oak you must: lB-a) resident
,. ,. .. ,
PALOMINO MARES 7 ,owe Mon.-Thur... 9 to 6 Fri. and I with mirrow In top. $800. of day County:3))Meet

REALTOR ASSOCIATES old. with tack. S350.0* Sat. 3/1 TFchg ', sti;' I''c'ks': ( B ACRES on 214 near PURE CHICKEN MANURE Red. crvthed velvet Duncan amploym.nguld.fin.s of

Irene Feulkner-Sve.. 9645142Vad 473.2532.5/3 2tpd 5/10 GARAGI SALEt Saturday. ,'c. .. ..I. .. '" : Keystone Height' $30O .spread on postures or Phyla couch with footstool; th* CETA Progrom.3)) B.
..M. Sottt_-......w.,.... BASS BOATj 13 1/2 ft. May S. First doublewid : : : : : <_ down $89." par _tho dumped for good..... Call $500. Radio and record economically di. odantogd:4) -

Julie I.Griffis-Ev*. 9647489I Molibu. 1917 modl. 40 hp trailer on loft tide of US 301 DODGE Royal Nlom.c., Phon. 473-4058 or 473-4367. F.E. Grainger. 1-546-3681 player. Coil 473-2911. Itpd : ) Hove a High. School

Mercury with Mercury past Lowtey chool. Itchg 1976. good condition. Pay-off otter 6 p.m.3/39 Ifnchg Hawthorne. 4tpd 4/9-26 Ifn. 5/). Diploma or qulv.. general
Thrutr trolling motor. NEWSPAPER ROLL car or toko up payment FOR SALE:Malibu 73. PS/PB clerKd and. filing skill, b*

Phon 964-7188 oftr 5 p.m. INDIS.ol: available/ ......... 964-6337 alter 6 p.m. FOR RENT 2 BR hows, furnished FOR SALE! Keystone automatic. AC Tilt wheel. able to typo appro*. 45
S2.SOO. Itpd 5/3 various length, all either TFchg Height New 3 BR. 2 Bath vinyl ,roof excellent wpm. H you feel 1 you may
Ads Get RUMMAGE SALE Saturday. 15" or SO" wide. Good for 1977 FORD COURIER with on Lok.Geneva.Call wood and stucco ham All conditlon-ciaon. $1650. qualify. apply at Cloy County -

May 5. 9 to 5 p.m. on children to color on. tobl. topper S3.SOO. Phon ,73-2455. Hnchg 3/39. appliances Included. Central 473-3608. Itpd 5/3. Community. Servk.*. 915

ResultsRalph GARAGESALE Madison at Church St. Itpd cover*. .tc. BRADFORD 964-8997. Itpd 5/3 H/A, wall to wall WHOLE SALE AUC.TlON. Walnut Street. GreenrCov

SotucI.,,May E. 1979 5/3 COUNTY TELEGRAPH 135 1968 DODGE VAN. slant six, FOR SALES C8 Hous.3-4 carpet.1,215 q.ft. plus :....., Thursday 7 p.m. Spring Fl. llchg 5/3:'

-' 5:00..m..8:00 p.m. FREEZER: Chat type. *.. W. Call. Stork.. TF standard silver with good b.oom..I"Bak bath on garage. 137.750. Call 95 percent new _c......-.
Bryan 964-6206 cllnt condition. 2 tires, nic. inside. 995. Call SR-100 south.S5O.000 on 3 473-4789. 4tpd 119510.. dis.. Tool., groceries, EMPLOYMENTiThi Clay

208 West Pratt"/. old. prk.lutt| $75. 5.1 yon cubic HOMEOWNERSDEBTS Bill at 964-6997 or 964-6305. oc,... Call 9645775. 4tchg household items, _Iti_. County Board of County

I Real Estate ft. 'hon.964.8985. Itpd 5/3 PRESSING? TFpd 41253 EMPLOYMENT Tha Clay If you buy to resell, you con Commissioner ova, ,taking

2305 N.Tempi A. .. 1973 CHEVY IMPALA Good County Board of County buy in quantity. Bill Perry- application for the petition

Sto....Ft.. MONEY FOR ANY condition, $800. Phono ASPHALT PAVING Driveways Commissioner. taking auctioneer. 2315 S.E. of Worker Aide. under th*

Phon 964-8788 NORTH CAROLINA I WORTHWHILE 964-8997. Itpd 5/3 and parking lot. application for tin positionof Hawthorne Rd. Gainesville. Title VI CETA Program In.
MOUNTAINS3.S CAUSE 1973 FORD RANGER!AC PS. limerock and fill dirt Landscaping Building Maintenance 4tpd. 535.EMPLOYMENT. order to qualify for this position
OB black with lot of most: IjB, a resident
( you
Office open Monday thru and grading. F... Helper under Titl. II CETA Th. Clay
Saturday 9.5 p.m. Sundays ACUST.ACTS.f..t..uc I l.illia C.l'earitonRE Application by phon. chrome. 1795. Phono estimates. Call 473-2914 Program. In order to 1JUO"1yfO' County Board of County of Clay County'2)Weetemployment
Itt and. 2nd loon or
view.vrlklng mrg. 964-7824 after 4 Itpd guidelines- of
.
by opp mont. EITUR p.m. this position you must: Commissioner* or. taking
...11. .. This on residential and commercial 5/3 964-7813 oft. 5 p.m.tchg tin CETA B
1.' 1)8) resident of Clay application for 'ho positionof Program; 3)) *
: '38*. 2Bath block In town tract would' ..... dandy (.""TI'T'.FLsiRltt4TM2.3.t05 property liberal 1978 GMC 1/2 ton pickup 11253NIW County: 2)) Moot employment Patrolman.under th* Th ocmically'dlsocfvontogod:

i' i '6 acre* B 4BR-Hompton- mini ,.,.... Hot ..,.. lefbrn. : crdipolki.a. low milaog. 6 cylinder. guideline of tho CETA ,tie II CETA Program In ordf 4) Hav*.> a high school I

f I Poved ,ood.I els* he* spring .*.. $3.895. ADAMS AlTO MOBILE HOMC...Jl'Vi Program; 3)) B*economMolly*. 'to qualify for this position: diploma or equiv.. general

l '26 acre* waterfrontGrondinTermt. even h.* e'creek thet run Handyman Spcial: Two CALL NOW! SALES Keyston. 473-4470. PARTS STORB. alto3 diadvontogd; 4)) Have a you must: 1)) B*a resident of filing tkilU. If you fool you
I /I thru property. Border bdroom hou.. 15.000. Jox Mrg. Consultant 1971 DODGE PICKUP! 6 Whirlpool GE. RCA part basic maintenance skills. H Clay County; 2)) M..t may qualify, apply at Cloy

I I f '2 to 10 acres-Several paved hi......,. A steel at 101 C.ntury 21 Drive cylinder. ADAMS AUTO WHEELERS between you fol you may qualify employment guideline of County Community Service: ,

:1. location-Term*. only S8500. Good term. I, 3 BR from on 1.6 aria. Jo*. (904)724-1290( ) SALES. Keystone. 473-4470. K..o n .-M. ho. apply at Clay County Community the CETA "9'3)) B. 915 Walnut Street. "Onsen

I Two rental hou... in S2100 down assum. ln. povd rood. N....* ,.poi,. CALL COLLECT 1972 CADILLAC, $895. 475-2401. tin chg 4/19. Servkes. 915 Walnut economically disodvantoged Cove Spring. Fl. Itcht-S/3:

.) ._n. Good lrm. $12.800. Lie. mrg. br... ADAMS AUTO SALES St,**'. Green Cov Spring.. ; 4)) Hove police standards

f MOUNTAIN CABIN Keyston. 473-4470. Itchg DOCKS BUILTi of Fl. Itchg 3/3 certificate, high school
l 14.S acre < SIR Cape ae- Older from. Cypress Th. Clay County Bef of
2-tory 5 BR 1 53Janet
Cod.Building. prailmetely one .c,.. 4/12 4tpd 5/3 pressure treated pIn. diploma or equivalent., If County Commlttlonai'Clar.
BA
$25.000 .
lots-in town 1 Dandy garden spot. This Is trm Reasonable rotes, Call FOR SALEtlS foot Ski boat. you feel I you may qualify. taking applications ,foij the

out. heitdy men special HOME t INCOME: Comfor.tobl 181.3270.4/19 tfne.... 50 hp Johnson. Good shop. apply at Clay County Community position of Right'Obway
because It I. finished .Older Gator trailer. $725. or trade 915 Walnut Street.Green Maintenance T.chii1an,
'12x64 mobile horn on not from ham. 9 M.
wotrfront lot. Inside. roughed wired and em.. I bow 50 peon tr..*, I I FOR SALEi Boat motor. 1977 for fishing boat. 473-4926. Cove Spring. Fl. under th. Till. II CEf/-tro-

Motel B Trailer Park.one plumbing completed. 3 rental mobil. hornet. 1 Mercury TO. Perfect condi. I tpd 5/3 Itchg 93FREEiTo gram In order to quality1 for

of sin best in town and Water end the outside. I I. .xtra hook-up. Ap. $400 TARLINGReg. :lion U.... only on* sum this position you must'jB.)

mating mon.y. completed. l.,.. deck mo. Incom 6 ocret i",..,. $1.500. 473-3193. Itpd FOR $SAlEtChild Sorrel the right person. a resident of Clay County;

''New'' booking for overlooking ......"'.1,,.. $65,000 term BrokerOwner :5/3. pony seven year old. 12 AKC registered Bohemian 2)M.) ., employment
summer-28R You can live In H while I Real Estate Broker hand, gentle, good disposi Pincher.2 year old. good guidolinasof th* CETrVf',-
on YO"fI"l.h
cottage
tion. $125. Call 473-2844. watch dog neutered 3)) B. econoOifittillyditodvontaged.
H S miles from U'HOLS Yr..o .onobl.plc. gram;;
Lok. up. 301 North Trail Motel
Kmgsley Uwtey
... 473-3033. ltd 5324x53 beautiful and expensive.. .. If you-feel
4tchg.
Murphy. $12.500. SSOOO Furnithad. 2 Mobile
Tired of looking let us BR
Office 782.3931 1000'M. I.'M 4/26.-S/17. Call 7336n.26 Knchg you mya qualify apply at
build you o new "horn witha dwis, assume 100... Horn on I ocr. 13500.
Cloy County Community Service
Touch of Oats". Watch Home 782.3898 HELP WANTED! COLLEGE 915 Walnut Street.
for our Model Home the 2.7 ACRES located.on larg 4 to 26 ocr** In Lowtey. DOUBLEWIDE STUDENT Sola* Representative Green Cov Spring, Fl.
Barcelona"", tin Country stream, real. good _c.... $3.000 oc,. term A0102 NEWLY WEDS
at per LOOKING FOR PRIVACY LOOKING FOR A MOBIL Three bedroom. 2 full bath, front kitchen central air. needed for nw **H- Itchg 9/3
Oub About *n* acr grdn HOME LOn NEED EASY aetens devic. Part-time
oil and ln.. or
skirled to
awning. set up ready move .aniy
WITHOUT
area or pasture. Plenty of 10 acre* fronting SR 23O1 ISOLATION? TERMS? Then w.'v. fulMim. Must b. IB
...................... room to build 3 or .4 ) and Wilson Rd. 22000. This horn ho 1 bedroom. what you'r. looking for got $9.995. VA and bank financing _I lobi.. or older. Small 1 Investment.Coll year. HELP WANTEDiprson to

Your satisfactioni hou.... L.-,. ........ l.,.. 1 both, a walk-In closet, ((904)) 282-1200 or writ*: operate concession stand at

.....i Is...our....future.......... trees cover this trect. Plenty 36.35 Ac,.. 134V US 301 and. kitchen-living area.Th AOI02 THE KIDS CAN Mobil.Phone 9645606Olin's Home dealer K. ......11. 5680 ConvosbockRood. Gold Head Branch Slat
Evening*! of privacy. S59SO. S1500 $56,500 term remainder of th* unfinished WALK TO SCHOOL from Middlburg. Fl 32068. Pork May 1 throogh'lobor

Relpk P. down. ,....., of wild gone floor space can be this lovely Stucco horn set tfnchg. 5/3 Day. Call toll 1r..

Reeher and good fishing In this I 80 A farm. 3 BR 2 Ba horn, completed as your need. under th* shad of Pecan 1-800-282-6634. 7--chg.

"' '''' I.BrrIB .,-. barn oul-bldg 30 pecan grow. All this an over on trees. There are 3 r ...ALANDCLEARINB 5/3-5/10.

tree, fenced 8 oc,.. bedroom til. bath I m
Book..- crott- living & FILL DIRT
.......964-6S93 REALTOR These are few of over fenced $150.000. HANDY MAN, WITH IMAGINATION room, kitchen diningroom lilRCH'S !IPH CONTRA
2000 listings. W. h.... all and. screen porch. PEST
David Dyel AssociatePhene468in5 types of property listed 100 ocr form well septic NEEDED FOR Large Or Small Jobs

from S500 pr oc,..nd up. 8 .. Appx. 100 pecan THIS relocation HOME. It require AOIIS CRAMPED NEED I SERVICE Of FLORIDA
lot.
W. have email tracts: we tr**.. divided by pod to your YOU ROOM WANT A SMAll Dozer Work5FoundatIons
DONT ?
I also. have several. cabins, rood. $130.000.OPFICEt HAVE ONE No problem. GARDEN Thi homo can
; W. hove lot and l
RATS FL'EASROACHES
It DG1C1H.c1 houses, old farms, etc. i EASY TERMS. solve your special horn .

Write or call far free listing lewtey Tom tcheal e .ds. 3 bedrooms, til.bo.h. M +
*
l ,ochu,.. You con call free kitchen- -
toward living room
Beptlttchurch.
of t-800-438-7421.charge by Write dialing Then right .t FOR A81I3 EQUESTRIANS.HERE'S A HAVEN Ten dining ,room and a FAMILY Top Soil 320 N. TempleStarke -

ar Church (follow signs) ROOM on a very spacious
cell today. Picturesque Acre* In this 1/3 oc. lot. FHA FINANCING Fla.
JIMMY MAI TIN 964-5230 ,
CHEROKEE LAND CO.. DAY. w.. I WEEKENDS Country. AVAILABLE.

Murphy, N.C.28906 Phone 7I2-M06 --6 I 864-5534 J


..- -.-..-.-.-.-.._. "r ._..-.--.-. LEGALSTITLE -.-. H .__. JJ .. .

NOTICE OFINTENTION below from RIA to 4Vi are ((7 out of 9 lot) VICES of tin STATE OF '

Special U.. Ten ((10))' of proposed plat in FLORIDA a public body """' ....... In denomination th. authorizing resolution / Madame Dace
TO REGISTER located' '/. mileSouthwest Section 35. Township 6
r acres corporate. Plaintiff v* OR INTEREST IN of. end. to matur a. a tru* and. correct
FICTITIOUS of K..t_ South Rang 22 Eott STATE OF FLORIDA and. follow: cortlfiod of which h
PROPERTY TOE AFFECTED copy
NAME Club Estates entrance on located' on* mil. Est of tin .*vrol Taxpayer. BY THE ISSUANCE "STATE OF FLORIDA attached to and. mod a Palnllst-Jfl
Pursuant to Section right of Hwy 21 In Section Stork on the South (id* Property Owner and OF THE BONDS FULL FAITH AND CREDIT port of tin Complaint "

I, 865.09. Florida Statutes 35. Thip'h.. of Hwy 230 for ilngl Citiien thereof. In- DESCRIBED HEREIN. AND BRADFORD COUNTY herein as Exhibit 1. Psychic Advisor

,r notico Is hereby given Rang 22 East, out of family rettdenca. eluding Nonresident ALL OTHERS TO BE AFFECTED ROAD BONDS", to bar Th Clerk of this Court 1'
wll
that th parcel 083 for church This chong In classlfkation .... red your entire HI*. Advtonattar .
f undersigned a owning property or IN ANY WAY dated tin tint ((1st) day h directed to co.... a ..
William C. Powell. Jr.. and appropriate accessory I I. subject to a |act to taxation thor."' THEREBY of April. 1979: numbered copy, of this Order to b* ol if* such M Lav*. Courtship,f V

i 1009 Wilson Road, buildings.Thi public hearing to be hold and. All Other having or You. and: each of you. consecutively. front ono published one .och Manage' Low SuM. and Budnet

Storko. Fla. 32091, doing thong.n on Tudoy May 29. Claiming. any right titl" end th. Stot. of Florida ((1)) upward: ind.naninaion week for three ((3) Speculation. Overcome *8 t.uba.s. U

.; businoM wtd. do him classification to subject 1979 at 7:30 p.m.. in th* or interest In property lab through tin Stat. Attorney of S5.0OO co..cvtw./ ..",, enentte. t bed luck

i nam of -BUI POWELL to a public hearing to behold County Commission' affctd by th. it- for th* Second each: to mature not lotr commencing with th* ThW
REAL ESTATE" 118 N. an Tuesday. May Room In Itve Bradford ._. of th* Bond and Eighth Judicial Cit than th* latest dot prmittd first publication, which Splreuel indium TH you wh.. you need id.

> Walnut Stroll Stark. 29. 1979 at 7:30 p.m.. 'In County Courthou At described In tin Com cuits of Florida or.twoobr by low. *ggrgatmg hall not b. less than know-8h* I N uparior to any other you .hv *vrcoosuried '

Fla. 32091. intends tor.gistr th. County Commission this time all pr on. mteretled plaint and. All Other to required to appear the principal amountof twenty ((20) day prior to .,
Room in Ih* Bradford hall b* hoard b* affected In Seven Hundred. Thousand
aid fictitious any way befor this Court in tin dot set for tin said Moro B CanMnM "eetfMg* .
County Courthous. Atteretied for or ogoiMt Ih* pro- thateby. Defendant Dollar (S70O.OOO) .
of Nt.und.rslgn.d ; leering .. .IIt. In newt
nom under tin pr..... this all persons .... pool. a* specified In th. Ih. Chamber Circuit* and! bearing "Interest, of general circulation Look for the sign. In front of her horn Loca1 don
1 paerv
lions of aforesaid shall b hoard Zoning Cod of Bradford IN RE $700.000 ... U.S. 301
.'' I BRAD Judge at th*Lon County payable ** published In lean South In Stark Accross From
I statute. for or against tin proposal County FORD COUNTY ROAD Courthou In Talla- on tin first ((1st) day of and Bradford; Counties KOA CampgroundOpen
William C. Powell. Jr.M a* specified: In th* Jrom John. Chair BONOS. October and on tin first Florida.
I t ti I( i .,< owner. Zoning Cod of BradfordCounty. man. Bradford County haste 1st day.of Florida Jun. 1979.on the at (Tar) day of April of each DONE AND ORDERED Dolly .:OO s m. to 10 00 p m. Pt- 0"4-87<2Ltgals

3 M I Doted mi* 12th day d Zoning Board. ORDER 10:00: o'clock G... and year, tin lowest or In Chamber at Tallo-

j ? April. A.D. 1979. at Jrom John. Chair I khe3. NOTICE TO: STATE OF show c cat. If any. you rat* obtainable what hass**. Lon County
I \<" Stark. FL 4/13 man. Bradford County FLORIDA, AND THE tin cam oar acid
of
1/ 4tchg IN THE L3. COURT nova, why tin prayers of provided Florida this 20th day .
M.Z ,
4e "'' Zoning /- Itpd 5/3. Of THE SECOND SEVERAL TAXPAYERS the Complaint filed in that such Bond April. A.D. 1979. -
PROPERTY OWNERS AND tin hall not boar interest at Donald O. Hortwell,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF obov-tyld COM
ft"1 NOTfCf NOTICE FLORIDA, IN AND FOR CITIZENS THEREOF INCLUDING should not b* granted a rat greater. than tha Circuit Judg therein, has been fur.nfehed Judicial Circuit .ol

:*'i ; LEON COUNTY. and tin Bond and. proceeding high.rat. permitted to 'Harry Mar.rlton. Florida. -
., NONRESIDENTS OWN by Status: a mor particular CERTIFICATEH
Jock Courtnoy hot Ronnl C. Davht ha FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION ING PROPERTY OR SUSJECT validated. and. description of certified Slat Attorney forth SPIROT.KYPREOS.At-!
Is hereby
NO. 79991.DIVISION. confirmed s lhrlnprayed. Scond Judicial O'cull
r. mod application to th* mod application, toM TO TAXATIONTHEREIN b. aid Bond and th* Prolac that copy of tin IorgaIng of torny for Plaintiff.,
Tha Bond to th. Slat of
: Bradford County / ,
!\; i, B ord for Special Us* of Board brig ication FINANCE of tin DEPART. OTHERS HAVING OR Issued by th* th* proceed thereof appearing a copy of the Florida and Eugene T. lulldi".. Tallahatte.
';:1; th. properly. described of the property described MENT OF GENERAL SIR- CLAIMING ANY RIGHT. herein art to b. by rf r.ncs to Complaint referred to Whltworth._ Slat At. Pl' rld.3Z91.4/263tchg'
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-' -'' -: _I O..lIlIne CLASSIFIED f.r, Issrtiee AD (MilllLAKE : 11: (Q ii'ttl'i\ (Wi',tI. ,K.t J.ft'" :I Wft.&itot' $Af :, ;-" 'MTr .: (; ; :MISCELLANEOUS : 1

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MONIV .e
TO before .publIc.- $BUUER bdrm 11/2 'HELP WANTED for expertence 1978 PACiMAKERi 24.40. on GOOD PRICES PAID for used es
cond and Third mortgages ,I Ion 'tel.Mlislnsurn. ba., house across horn Middle party chief mstru. rented on. acre lot. Two mobile home If mortgage is FREE TO GOOD loveable HOME i REALTY

.. private homes duplexescommercial I chergCoven $2.50. School on SR-121 on one men men and rodmen Ap large bedroom, I 3/4 3/4 paid or more, OLIN'S Three One abandoned while male
.- ( properry apart ( IS Words). half acre.THREE ply at L L Lee and Assoc" baths deluxe' carpet, ce. MOBILE HOME SALES, dog large ely
runt*. motels' (hoppingcenters lech word ever ISIel0cens BEDROOM1 '/2 bo., Inc. 950 S. Rldgewood hal! air. TV antenna and10x10 964-3606. Open 7 day hound. one mixed beagle- 5, PHONE 964-7776

.tc 3,000 to I w'w carpel cent. HA.Iand.coped' Drive Lok. City. Phone aluminum shed In weekly type female puppy one CECILIA
TFchgWANTSDi
5000000. mall brown female terrier. 205 N .
Private funds. Temple SUrke. Florid
Not reapoMI"' fo errors ; Jane S. Usher ; 90'.7550270.26 2tchg 5/3 cluded. $13.900 or 12.900 TIRWULEGAR
low Interest .. They tIed of living on
rat i Apply are
Heelter. 496-2116 er CSTA POSITION InterviewIng and Mobile home .
: down assume
when the p'A.or o.I. -
ovor
"with details .. gIven front need good
to .UNITED I 496-2903. Clerk. toe"'rodfod'CountV' I.. my porch;
when Is net typed ,, Mju payment $135.75. Phone and tire* Will pick up.
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: :ASSOCIATES. 303 copy 'loving home. Phon.964.8S22.1Fpd
Wolbrldg resident, 964.5l.... Storke. 5/3 'Fchg OLIN'S MOBILE HOME SPECIALONLY
end brought (o the "eHlce.SIX .
.Wdg.,
Buffalo N.w York '
THREE BEDROOM.11/2 bath. unemployed I IS out of lost 20 VA/FHA large'\ frame, three SALES 964-3606. Open 7

14202. 4/12 4tchg 5/3. I I' unique fireplace garage week, economically dlsad- BR. 2 bath CHI A. pantry; day a week TFchg INTERESTED for evening In forming classes carpool at 1400.00 down Including closing' costs-

,. -DO VOU NIED ....... ... .... ,," "... .. extra clean. vontoged have 3 yrt. living. dining family room; Fla. Junior College. Phone Concrete Block 3 Bedroom 2 Beth Central) H.ea .
JMONEYTSUSINESS TWO BEDROOM HOUSE on clerical experience end be a glassed In porch carport TOP CASH .PRICE PAID for 782.3896 7823931. ask Air Rurel one Acre with tree Monthly
AND or
.--. PERSONAL lOANSt N.w orxlitlng I.w. A."N1IO.l\ l quarter acre, furnished. In HS graduate or equivalent. utility buildIng. drapes, fully coin, sterling dental gold for Janet. (Kent Campus). peyment S309. 9% money, . S26.400.
..._. Lake Butler.TWO Apply at Fla. Slate Employ carpeted. US 301, Hampton,
"> rings, GF scrap jewelry,
'. business : : : ,. '/3 2tchg 5/10
or
: parsonal T" BEDROOM on. bath menl Service 209 W. Call $30'.. W. J. Trlgg chains optical frames.,

.. loont available by OUNCE contour Coca. on on. hall acre with lots of Storke, 32091 (old courthouse owner/broker.. 468 I 1642. watch bands, etc. Phone J. HOME
-" .011 on FREE TO GOOD
,000 and'your up..UnlimitedPrivate tlgnalur Cola bottle from lake landscaping face three ). Phone 9648092.Itchg TFchg R. Bulllngton 9646250. Mother and five puppies.Mised VETERANS NO DOWN PAYMENT BRAND
street 5/3 .45 MOBILE HOME and
24
Fund...Apply with 2000.Butler, Florida.F. Selfert Will P.O.pay ONE ACRE with 2 bdrm. trl. HELP WANTED at Gory' Pit approximately 1 3/4 acre TFchg breed Phone NEW 3 BR 2 B, CENTRAL HEAT. CONCRETE
Wm. 9647916.
UNITED
ASSOCIATES. 305 Bo, 6222. St. Petersburg In lake Butler.Jene. t. Bar-B-Que, US 301', Lawtey. of 'land. 3 BR.. one bath. WANTED FRAME HOUSE to TFpd. .
"Wolbridge- Bldg.. Buffalo Beach.\ Florida. 33736. 4SSlpd Uiher Realtor 496-2126 er Inquire at Gary's Qulk Service Phone 964-B664 eves Itchg move. 730 sq. ft. or lorg.r.In BLOCK ONE HALF ACRE QUIET

.. lwVork! 14202. 4/12 4tchg 33WANTED 455.2503.TWO Lawtey. Itchg 5/3 3/3 Starke area. Phone

: 53. ).. .. '.. ... ... HANDYMAN with Imagination 9647620. Itpd 5/3 NEIGHBORHOOD ORANGE STREET & LEGION '

... ..CUSTOM TO BUY Silver ACRES with doulewlde 'M sArf needed for this home.Require GENE REESE REALT1 TERRACE IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. :',\'
MADE DRAPERIESi {u S\I\ :
trl 2 1/2 mile relocation from TWO SiCYClESl 36"girls.
Free eitlmatet. Local coin. before 1964, Paying on SR-I21. n"<... ..Jt... ... .. ) one
four time face or better. from Lake Butler. ,1-0. ,, ,.., .. i' lake Geneva JanetM. one S or 10 speed. GENE REESE REALTOR oj
dutributori for .y
completely.washable
,Call 752.3550 for THREE ACRES Ideal' for Starling. Broker. I ((904)) Good condition. Phone
'., nationally adver- appoint 'MOBILE HOMES Why pay SPLIT LEVEL SOME OF OUR PREFERRED PROPERTIES
Lake homeite. Owner financed. 762-3931 or 762-3896. 5/3 9648318. Itchg 5/3 on wooded lot
The Bookcese
.... tiled Gordsette Draperlei ment. more? Buy direct from factory .
.. City Plaza. 5/3 4lchg 3/24. 100 ACRES on SR-231 acrossfrom 2tchg 5/10 overlooking Lake let Bessent Rd. SS690.00. '
-SAW Enterprise$ ., Ed or loma RMC, Ideal for subdivision large selection of 24. Brooklyn. '''lfullt"Udln.
__ Stephen' 4962219. 3/1 14. 12 wide STARKE HOME B 'S ACHES Fersythe Rd. $1673. en ecre, l'I
(
.....4Jnchg. MAINES) 160 JNSURANCE sTToRe: Ave AGENCY Lok.Butl.r. Usher or Realtor apartment.Jene, '''-2126 or CENTER. US 301 North. Open SlllilliiSTUDIO t ; 'i ---- -.: 38F/2BA-lot. attached of storage.fireplace. 2corgarage. I KINGSLEY LAKE Greet view porch large LR, dock tl

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4962903. 9 to dusk. 1 to 6 Sunday 36 ecre $1610 en ecre fenced gress.
4963978. PANELING I
CompleteInsurance .
.. ..: :CLARKES SAW SHOPi Complete Service, Phone 96<8741.. TFchg -.... ... ..- ...... .,- -I 46000. I $12.800 2-stery 3M Cherry St. 1
tharpenlng ..,...Ic.. WORTHINGTON SPRINGS THREE BEDROOM blockhouse BRICK HOME 4BR/28A 2 story celenlel ept. house I cettege-Welnut St. Fur i
TWO AND ONE HALF LOTS GIRL hot opening 1 CEHTER walk to schools, church.
hondo 40x40 block
circular mower EVERYONE IS INSURAILIIImmediate garage lerge home shede. tree, lewtey. Owner. flnenced.Income ;
In :
WITH TRAILER lot of tree exciting new Beauty and .
".." ,:btid... chain *aw.. leave atCrew Three BR mobile home on shopping.OFFICE $170. mo.-nlce home S duplex. *
LakeJ9 coverage by near Santo F. River on 3.2 OC'.'. with 11/2 acre Break program. Enjoy fun I Pan MHn0 .' Molding i I BLDGl Downtown cottage.
Building Supply. .
phone. JOE USHER AGENCY. dead-end of fashion highest earnings $...000' BR 2B CHA everslied double gor.lg den. ,
street plenty fish Phone al traffic light. 2958 s.f. 4
$47,300.
,: <4tl.r. 7/3 tfnchg. pond. Kitchen C biri.t.
.. .. 496-2126 or 496-2903. privacy. 2 block off Sr. 9646207. TFchg Phone collect, I units for Professional $12.000 Let lOtf x 94' Corner Broadway S Call ;

;.2 MU: THE LAUNDRAMAT at '<> . '" ''' 17I.Jane S. Usher Realtor, THREE BEDROOM block 1.813.694.2539 for appoint I Counter Top office, Offstreet parking. Brick 3Bft 21 CH&A en % ecre-outslde city.
; 'i' } ment. 4/19 4tchg 510TOMMY'S I $26,900. let, tree, lerge ,
Huge room
.96.2126.,496.2903. VanitIes pecan 1
.. Hwy. 100 by the Handy Way. home, CH/A, 2 baths, attached $79.000.
... .",w. hove a wash dry. fold I .; (Ig:r\l'sAf\ i : 15 ACRES In Union Countv.Pro..ld.nc. garage, $10,300 mortgage I LAKE LOTS BLDG. LOTS New brick, big country home, fireplace, 1 ecre .
...._, FREE $28,000-606 W. Medlten-lerge 2 home, corner
tervlce.: .25 p.r lb. Attendant .. .">" ''' ,. ,.." ,__.1 area Wooded; at 3 1/4 pet. or I 40 acre with 2900 ft. story !
on duty. Ifnchg fenced. Would make n.c.hom..It. 36000. Phone 964-6287. I ESTIMATES I highway 21 frontage, zoned $7,800. let-Hempten Oehs-330 X 150' owner fin.
PRO VIDENCEs .. Maine Real TFchgBY I for 120 ecre*. $138,000. High rolling-Owner financed.
shopping center.
SEPTIC TANK AND GREASE B ACRES WITH HOME two Estate Realtor. 496-3978. OWNER Brick home with LANDCLEARntG .'AR.-JOIISOII STARKE 13 acres Hwy SOI N A Mergen Rd. Owner flnenced.
wells. hat trailer hook-up 3/13 tfn. 1016 W, Pratt St. $27,900. Redecorated.
.TRAP cleanout,new line*. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, living OFF 301 Just south of
:... reasonable. Joe. Fortyth with separate well and septic 1967 JEEPSTER. CONVERTIBLE room dining room. on SR I I CO. I. Bradford Square, 3BR/2BA 10 acres-SISOO.. ecre. Owner financed 1
-. -431.1022. All business op. tank; property completely Hydraulic cloth top. Air 230. I mile from hospital. Estate on Lake Geneve-several. home I'
.predated. 3/31 tfnchg. fenced; one half mile offpo..d conditioned. Continentalkit Please call for app, I 40 8. Thompson CB home "with" travel trailer $27,800 large room. fruit trees, walk everywhere \
: We Offei 'FastResponse '
hookup on W. half of 2'/k
.-." road on county completely rebuilt. 96<1.8878 or 96<1.6701. TFchg 1' 20000. Deluxe MH JIR 21 CH&A near town.

WOULD LIKE TO DO PAIN.. maintenance road. "Collectors Hem." Call 197S CONCORD MOBILE And I OM Coo Cola Plant j acre lot. "3.500. Store en 301, 27,500 1 opt. Owner flnenced.Lerge .. ;

.. TING. Outside Only. 496-2126 or '96.2903.5 HOME 2'.". all drywall In. A frame lessen Kd-tit.000. Over en acre.
.496.33.G.26 25 ACRES WITHTRAILERiDoublewlde Free Estimates WD46711Lawtey .' APPRAISALSOff. P
: ,ffnpd.I. tfnchg. terior. Take up payments. I Commercial Call St.-besl location-Owner fin.
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471-7076 Eve. 473-3263 1
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suitable for forming. Phone eve 964-8664. Itchg Phone 964-5734 .... ; Large Apertment complex-ln *town-$70OOO.Owner fin.
-0 .- WILSON COMMERCIAL .
: 5/3 $41.800. Rambling, elder home plus S acres '
SEAl-COATINGr 80 ACRES of timberland ongraded .
Call
REGISTERGAS of Storke-to lease or
stores-Heert
3 buy. ,i
.
,.. 4-702-3991 Repairs to all road.LARGE ..
-- .. of roofs. for ACREAGE AND 42 ecres Inside city Owner flnenced '
Looking aNew AVAILABLE OIL rii:: FLORILMD $3500 4 lets Leurel Baptist Road. \
asphalt ? Fr..
driveway
...Imot... All work 80......200......350 383 S. nt..... St. L.i. REALTY Qntu"Irrl Brick lEN 2B .'five ecre out of city
Jane S. Usher, Realtor, $15,500.LoenSOlN 10J' .21 I'.
guaranteed. 4/26 2tchg 5/3. '64-sua j
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496-2126 or 4962903. Phone 964-7700 Lobe Santa '. Lot 75' x 400 $16,100. Owner fin. f

LP Bottles 393 N. Temple Avenue Irrl m
: .: : :" ', BRASINGTON Bill Ellis Associate 473-2180 1
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'[ $1 Cadillac OId mobile & WATERFRONT LOTS LucilleConn.r Spry Associate 964-8420

,_..,...._.,.ZfQQ""D Motor Homes Filled NEAT AND AFFORDABLEbest ROBERTS REAL ESTATE ,
Sale & Service
CROSBY LAKE feody to ,
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''' 'q five
this
Sine Selection Of Used MeitssltrWTIrti; describe build 6200.
.,. .... located 964-7828
bungalow onlandscaped
room
FOUNDi I
Cart Taken On
STRAYED COWS) D..crib. corner lot In 100 LOTS ON Sampson NORMAN TRAYLOR LANDCLEARING
Caddlaf Trade 986 N. Temple Ave. Starke Fla.
and pay for ad. 4962219. TI.II good nelghborhod' Lake $8500. each.

5/3 2tchg 5/10. 2001 GAINESVILLE N.W..I3378-5301 rIe, J 16500. 1 A 2 acre wooded 'lots, Graham area graded road AND FILL DIRT
BUSINESS 'INCLUDING Bldg
Terms.
Starke, Fla. 964-5374
MINI-FARM with approximately
and Equipment 18000.
3 acres of good .' Small frame house, 1 acre lot Ralford very reasonable. II No Answer 782-3422

:: .- 'YKAY FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS farmland and a 3 bedroom 12 1165 MOBILE HOME on Frame 3 BR, In city moderately priced : 1 Equipment On Hand

.:: frame home that need large lot central cotlon. Two\ Wheel Drive Loader with Grading Box '

,tObMETICS ,IN BRADFORD COUNTY some attention 23500. 3 lake lot Smell Dozer JO 350 e Way Blade ,. >., .

SWrtrrtgft 3BR. IB, UTILITY Bldg. fenced. 2 Homes In Mocc'.nn'l' | Z, .:'r4 'I. tugs DoerJD TOO '4 W.y 81.d.' f '
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"; ., 19t.1iBe"- O"T* JiA t I sir1);'l lot y!IIIJJ l "CA..Lr ", :.>1' .", :J Inl;>.g..'" CRAMPED. 'FOR' SPACE '2?,(IOO,. / > IJ .: J /"'.. '* *-",.\ ". #{(... ": ::('.Four Wheel, Drive' U>epef With Hoof,.Pake. pit BUCK w if
Evenings 4T3'-3092 You need'Yo; see this' 4 Acreage 301 ,North an, South .", CHIPPER t't'BRUS"
Key.ton. Heights bedroom 2 both home EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY I' SMALL AND LARGE DUMP TRUCKS

: BILL POWELL, with over 2600 square feel t Country living 10 acres plus Brick home; Services Provided
of living area and an acre
MOBIL! HOME'lliiiiilll Driveway
lot In Country Club Estates 2 LARGE HOUSES one with S..rollo..IV homes In Stark. \ LandcleenngRod

| REAL ESTATE $46,000. pool with chicken farm Custom Lot Clearing, Drsinsge' Ditches ,j

.. complete with building 2 Spacious home with pool Just In time for summertot Custom Grade Work

; *if$ [. SWAN LAKS..A sound Investment and equipment All for on Materials Hauled "

964-6464 24 Hrs with two home ly 350000. on Grand St. Topsoil Red Clay .
%j3u i and '143' of beautiful lake Fill Dirt Llmerock Masonry Sand ;
frontage. Own.r will consider IF WE DON'T HAVE WHAT YOU NEED WE'LL FIND IT FOR
200 AMP ; !
$33,500. Evening Please cell Fill Sand Drainfield, Rock.
'""' financing. YOU I
#& i Vernle P. Odom. Broken
ASSOCIATECWO GRI. Phone 964-3476 Associates -

COMMERCIAL SITES AND ., Richard Roberts Judith Flynn i

(RET)"DOM DE SANTIAGO BUILDINGS In the Keystone 'Ann Godwin Patsy Slice

Heights and Starke (hopping Pearl Andrews 964-7739 *Lie....... Ttidrasrk of Century 31 Kcil ....l. CorporationBeek BUYING SELLING t
Call for
districts. par l. G. Doll 964-7391
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964-5376 einee le l *i J n
ticulars.In I Mary Hamilton 964-6233 Equal. Housing" Opportunity t V:> SEE THE {

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S "" PUBLIC NOTICE MAN. STARKE PLANNING the Circuit Court Bradford County East of Railroad '

REZONING IS BEING AND ZONING Eighth Judicial Circuit'of FlorIda: according to map or plat CLASSIFIED _

REQUESTED FOR THE BOARD.By Graded Rood 208.73. Florida In and for Brad PARCEL 11: The Easterly thereof In Plat Book 1, -

FOLLOWING DESCRIBED feel thence run southerly ford County. Civil ActionIn 14.S feet of the Westerly page 6. all In Section 23

.""RCEL: : MERRIll EDWARDS. parallel with graded the matter of the 193.5 .feet of Lot 7 of East Township 5 South Range vI. _[ 1f JJ11IEI.
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CITY CLERK.A road 208 75 feel thencerun
,? ,. .,,..An undivided on. adoption of Tommy Lowtey as per plat 22 East.
.sfourth Interest In the Easterly along South Darlene Henley Case thereof recorded In Plat has been filed againstyou

',.,,:followIng: begining for a.starting FINAL PUBLIC HEAR. line of SW'of NE! No. 79173. Book 1. page 6 of the Don H. Crawfordand NOTICEThe
point at the ING WILL BE HELD BY THE 208.75 feet to the POB public records of Brad. Wano E. Crawford.

'..' ,.',!$outh West corner of CITY COMMISSIONERS lying and being in SWVi ford County Florida his wife and you are required
that certain block tract CITY OF STARKE. TO AP. of NE'/ Section 18, Notice of Suit-No Pro Said Easterly' 14.5 'feet to serve a copy of

piece or parcel of land PROVE OR REJECT THERECOMMENDATIONS Township 6 South' Range perty. being a portion. of the your written defenses, if Bradford

cettuate.. lying and being OF 22 East, containing I To: Patricia Henley lands described In Official i. any lo It on Sidney E. County Sheriff's'i i
Bradford THE PLANNING AND cIa William Martin. Book 94 Lewis, Esquire, plaintiff"
... 44O.! Starke, acre, Subject however, Records I
I Jt.: ::*?untv. Florida which ZONING BOARD FOR to taxes. 'if any due for 13328 Yellow Bluff Rood.Jocll.on..III. page 98. of. said public attorney whose address

:: said block piece orS THE ABOVE APPLICA. 1979. at public outcry to ., Fla. 32226. /ecord I I. 603 Blackstone BuildIng Department Is Accepting"I

: parcel of land I. bounded TION. TUESDAY JUNE 5. the highest and best bidS you are hereby notified PARCEL 2: Begin at the Jacksonville,
1979. AT 7:00: P.M. AT that on action for Adoption of the Florida on or before
r on the East by Bay or der for cash al the hour Intersection
5 Sanders Streets and THE CITY HALL. hat been filed Easterly right of line May 21, 1979. and file,
: on. way
of 12 00 o'clock Noon on 'For The Position Of
K ; The South Ly Call: Street 23. 1979 at the Front against you Patricia of Seaboard Coast line the original' with the Applications I
:: ond on the West by MERRIL EDWARDS: CITY May Henley ond you ore required Railroad and the Na,. Clerk of this Court'elther

:5: Broadway Street and on CLERK. Itchg 5/3. Door Entrance of Courthouse the. to serve a copy of therly right of way line of before service on plain I.

S the North by Center Bradford County your written defenses if lowtey and Middleburg tiff attorney or Immediately Jailer/Communications Officer.

5 Street and from the said at Starke, Florida any to ,It. on the plaintiff Rood and run Easterly thereafter, otherwise
:: Southwest corner of said UNITED STATES DISTRICT Dated: April. 1979. "s attorney whose along said Northerly a default will be

::. block piece or parcel of COURT.) MIDDLE George R. Grosse name and address "Is, right of way line 179 entered against you for

-:. land thence East 105 qiSTRICT\ OF FIORIDA.JACKSONVILLE United Stales Marshal. Dudley P. Hardy Esquire feet, thence run North demanded Apply At Courthouse. For Further
relief In
.. the
._ feet along the North line DIVI Middle District of Pierce_ & Hardy and parallel with, aforesaid
""!!<1 qj sold Call Street: SION./ Florida. P.A, P.O. Drawer 1030. Easterly right of way the complaint or peti

__Jhence North 174 feet; United State of Lawrence Gentile' III, tine o distance of 100 tion. and
2""*' Irience East 103 feel; 'America Plaintiff v.Alphon.o Assistant United State* Slarke. Florida 32091, feel thence run Westerly Witness my hand Information Call 964-6280.
and file the original with the seal of this Court on
thence South to the for and parallel with
58 Attorney Attorney
and
Minnie
Tyson the clerk of the above this 12th day of April.
:: CNArth line of said Call H. Tyson. hit wife. Plaintiff. 4/12 4tchg 5/3. aforesaid Northerly rightof
5: "Street; 174 feet: thence Defendant styled court on or before* way line 179 feet 1979.

=3:: r West along the NorthTU''Ane NOTICE OF a May. ludgement 24, 1979: otherwise be thence run South along Gilbert S. Brown A* Dolph E. Reddish. Sheriff
:::: of said Call Street51i3 may Easterly right of way line Clerk of told Court by
lest. being a part of SALE entered against you for o distance of 100 feet to Beulah M. Moody. Deputy .
NOTICE 0'INTENTION the. relief demanded In
S::::Vthe Nothw..tquart.r point of beginning also Clerk. 1I-1
=*%(N.W'I.) of the Southwest Notice I I. hereby given REGISTER the lon.complaint or peti being the Westerly 179 4/19 4tchg 510.I.f.c.I --I--- If

= :;::Quarter ((5WV.) of Sec. that pursuant to a Final TO feet of lot 1, Town of ,
S.: lien Twenty-eight ((28)). Decree of Foreclosure, FICTITIOUS Witness my hand and LI lIT..TTJ11 t
1 r JlfllU TT
V Township Six. ((6)) South entered on March 26, NAME the seal of said Court on -UU Till _-5U I_ BMSNew8 1
April 1 I. 1979. Thanks to BMS students who participated
= Twenty-two ((22)) 1979 by the above entitled DATES TO REMEMBER Thursday.
:
: : Range :
In the March of Dimes WalkAThon !
Gilbert -
Pursuant to Section S. Irown. .A. Aldridge, Teresa Bauldree.: Jimmy
the Court In the above .
2: East according to '' :May 3, Report cards home. '
Clerk of said In which over $800 was raised. '
Bell
863.09. Florida Statutes Court, By: Salina Cassels. Mike Christmas, ;
Record. of Bradg the undersigned *
;:: Public styled cause Marian McRoe, Thursday. May 3. All 8th grade fifty-five students participated.
I As
Florida. United StatesMarshal notice I. hereby given Dep( Carmella Coburn Randy Crawford, t
ford County will BHS
be taken for
students to
that the undersignedHenry ty Clerk:" 4/l9f4tchg Roger' Dobbs, Angela Epps Leann In the recent student intramural !
of his duly
'
or any lee Collins. P.O. 3/10. ",. *'/ ,' orientation. All-star Basketball the
A CHANGE IN Flynn, Bobby Frampton, Levance game score
5 REQUEST ,
authorized d'.putieewill t. ''. I"" "" May 8 BMS Band and
Bon. 1082. Hi*. Tuesday for the Gold
5 ZONING FROM R.2 A TO tell the Keystone Gay, Doug Glover, CUrtis Griffin girla game was Team-H,
propertysituate Chorus to BUS Auditorium to hear
S BP. THIS IS THE REQUESTs In Bradford County 32656. doing. businessunder Denise Griffis, Shawn Hart, Alan Red Team-13. High scoring girl was. '
In the Circuit Court. In Gainesville Youth Orchestra.
: the firm name of Myra cummIngs of the Gold Team"
Holtzendorf Johns \
COF MRS. Arthur
OWNER. Kriaty ,
: THE ,
: described and for Bradford
Florida as:
"KEYSTONE AUTO SER. County, Friday. !May II, BMS Advanced
with 6 points. ; ,
:=; CLARA MAE KNIGHT. Johnson, Jimmy Joyner, Kim > ;
Commence the Florida Case No. 79-64.
at SE
COMMERCIAL CIR Band concert at Starke
VICE. puts on
OF In the boy's game the Red Team
LOCATION Levasier Lori
S THE Corner of SW'of NEV4.Section KEYSTONE Well Forgo Bank Lawson, George &.
CLE.
PROPERTY* IS WEST Elementery Gerald Pet- won with 43 points over 42 for the
:3 THIS 18 Township 6 HEIGHTS FLORIDA N.A." Plaintiff v* Don H. II BMS Advanced McKinney, Kenny Perry, ;b
:: ll STREET ON THE Monday May Jeff Powell D.J. Gold. High scoring boy was Gold's.Emmett "
Tom Pierce
Crawford et u*, el al., teway, ,
South Range 22 East and 3265 Intend toregister
:::%NORTH SIDE AND IN Defexdonts. Band puts on concert at Southslde Riddick John Riggs Genie Rising William with M rin4nPq. .'-
FRONT OP THE DEN. run Westerly' along South said fictitious Elementary.The The Roadrunner'* Club Is preparv
Dana Roberts Faith Roberts Kevin
of
Action
MARK FURNITURE COM. line'136.3 f feel for intersection name under the provisions To Notice Ronald 5 BMS Band spent FrIday April ,Sherwin. David ing for six track meets scheduled between ,|
Sheets Simpson.
: Patty
''f?ANY STORE.A of West right of of oforeold Newman .Residence. 27 at Sea World where they presenteda Tison Ana Wallace Mike- now and the end of tt<:hool. .;The '| I
Billy .
PUBLIC HEARING woof' County' Graded statute.Henry lee Collins, Unknown. last Known hall-hour concert to visitors and Water, April Prevail Pete Heiken. BMS Library has many books miss '*f a

WILL BE HELD THURS Rood for Point el Begin-' .... Mailing l AJdressr"t '..0480. > also enjoyed ih. sights. The BMS Faculty.Student big this year. Students have, bHn Q ]
DAY, MAY 17. 1979 AT sung; thence run Nor. -Doted -this 3rd day of '52. ; Interlochen.", On Friday, May 4. at 8 p.m., the volleyball for the March of allowed to check out two books for a 9 ;
7:30 P.M. AT THE CITY with .- BMS Band and BHS Band will game two-week .
: therly'and parallel May, A.D.. 1979 at Florida. You are notified present Dimes was a success in that $60.40 period with no fine for &
HALL. All PARTIES Will'BE County Graded Rood Keystone Height. Fl. that an action to foreclose their Joint spring concert at the BItS railed for the overdue! books. Students and parents S
: HEARD AT THIS TIME.mius 2 8.71 'feet thence the Auditorium. :.Admission Is $1.25 for was by charging .10 '.!
run 5/3 4tchg 5/24. a mortgage on The. faculty" iwo,. are asked to look around at home.t\d'lm--v.5.\: ; \ t
ROYAL. CHAnt; Westerly and parallel to following,..,property.. I In: adult?. .75 for students. Particlpatina game.students one. won pmes"the help us locate these loot books so thatthis ,
'Pleasant Grove County in this event from BEES are: TimmY privilege may be continued', .

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The Starke Volunteer Fire Department Station Thursday night April 26. City of Starke with the Uas Depart. J on 74th Year

and the Starke Fire Department Both men are recent retiree from ment. '
1\\ honored W.C. (Dub Rhoden the Volunteer Fire Department.Mr. With Big Family
and Robert (lBobt) Patterson with a Patterson served 18 years as a Mr. Rhoden served 28 year as a Party
BarB.Que cookout at the Starke Fire volunteer and in Mill employed by the volunteer and is also retired from
Civil Service, State of Florida and the ;n party for Mrs. Lennie AspinwaU's74th
Florida National Guard. birthday proved to be an "altiin.
naa' the family" occasion.
Fantastic Bays Former City Commissioner and More than 55 children grandchildren
fellow firefighter Charles Schaefer great grandchildren.
presented each with a plaque, citing nephews, !in-laws and an exbusbanqattended
7' 2x2's them for their years of faithful and r, ? this celebratin given by her
SOC devoted service. daughter's family, Jimmy, Jackie
7' 2x3's Ea. and Tanya Martin. '

The cookout was enjoyed by the t ,' Family members came from all
LUMBER Starke Firemen and volunteer .t over to attend this event. Lake Butler -'
members. Former chiefs attendingwere ,. Ft. Jackson and Aiken SC't AlexaA* "":
OU C Harold Glasgow and Red p V d'A ak dria, La., Jacksonville, and Pattefr ""
7' 2x4's Ea. Buford. son, Ga., were some of the cities
represented at the party. %'.*.r::
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BRADFORD SQUARE FLORIST Miss Terri! Aljots, ;--:-:; i I

OLIN'S DESIGNS BYPROfESSIONALS w' Bride-Elect, 'tf I I


MOBILE HOMES Honored At Showed: .::
964-7954 -.
Hwy 100 W Starke. Fla. 064-5606 _.. Miss Terri!Al jets,June 9 brlde elect..".
of Jackson Prevatt, was honored with _
After 38 years of service with the Florida National Guard. Chief Warrant Of a miscellaneous shower on Tuesday ..;
leer Albert Lee Crosby, Jr. 'Is presented with The Florida Cross. medal by Adjutant April 24, given by Miss Deborah.".;
General Kennedy C. Bullard at retirement dinner for Crosby last Friday Weeks and Miss Sandra Sargent ,at .
night. the home of the latter in Keystone. -
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Heights.
The refreshment room wits '

CWO A.L. Crosby, Jr. J Receives AwardsCWO centered white lace with cloth.a table Hot, covered tea and with coffee V'';.-;

were served from a silver service by -
G\GANt\C\ Albert Lee Crosby Jr. was men of the 631st Maintenance Co. Miss Weeks while punch was served.':';
\ honored with a retirement dinner at presented Crosby with a barbecue by Miss Sargent. The center of tKe! ...
the Starke Golf and Country Club last grill and a plaque for his longtime ser table held an assortmertf'of
Friday night after over 30 years of vice. homemade cakes and wedding"::
service with the Florida National Assistant Adjutant General CharlesR. cookies. _
Guard as full time technician for the Willis also attended the ceremony, A spring arrangement of rowers.centered -'=.
3 DAY Starke aril.Approximately. and the Starke unit commander the gift table in the party : -
130 fellow Guard Capt. Ralph W. Park served as room where the bride-elect opened
smen, high ranking officers and master of ceremonies. her many useful gifts. The co-";.',
friends attended the steak dinner heldat During Crosby's lengthy tenure the hostesses presented Miss with-
which Crosby was honored by local guard unit's designation was a decorative mantle Abets as 'a' .-
receiving The Florida Cross, changed five times,and Crosby servo momento of the occasion. '
presented by Adjutant General Ken ed under nine different commanders Among the guests were Mrs.Allison. .
SALE nedy C. Bullard, and numerous other of the local unit.Following Aljets mother of the honoree Miss. -
awards and gifts. The Cross is the his retirement, Crosby .Tracl Aljets, sister of the honoree.v.,: ;
highest state award given for dedication began employment May I as planningand Miss Sandy Smith and Mrs. G.F..; \.
and loyalty to the Guard. The zoning officer with the City of Prevatt, Sr., mother of the prospee- '"

P'"_' .. ...... Starke. live groom. ._ .._._
Thur., rn. a Sat. "
1 tB fJ" ,. ontata fll.IIMr. Te '
(( yBilownUFStudentPFestdent :'::.
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May 3, 4, & 5 --
.and Mrs. Stan Reddish of Tam "
Open Sat. Til 5:30: pa spent the weekend with their Spoke at Sfarke Roto('Meeting .-:: ::
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish
and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Lewis. On Terry Brown, of Gainesville, president second on the list of 50 states in the
Saturday the Drew Reddish's also of Student Government at the amount of funds provided for the: ?
fREEHOT had Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Crosby and University of Florida,and member of university system. For this reason .
daughters, Laurie Annie and Mary the Blue Key honor society, spoke to half of Florida's merit scholars must .,
Lynn of Citra for dinner. Starke Rotarians last week, stressingthe seek the quality education they need: .
need for more quality,rather than in out-of-state institutions, the ..,
DOGS & PEPSI New quantity in Florida's university speaker declared. .
Owners system. Brown said that Texas University ,
Grand alone receives more grant money In ':.
SATURDAY ONLY Opening Brown will graduate from law one year than the entire Florida
SALE school in June, after which he will be university system. He recommended .
Many Items associated with a firm in Tampa, a more aggressive program in seek;.. .. .
',Off specializing in labor law. He is the son ing and obtaining grant funds. ::
Nice Selection of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Brown of In spite of its shortcomings in providing ..:
PRICES
Country Hub Starke.In the quality now being demand. _
: Lake Butler stressing the need for more fun ed, Florida's university system has ;
49A220JMrs. ding in the effort to obtain quality, the highest tuition fees in the? :! .:.
Brown said that Florida Is forty'H Southeast, Brown said. ., ;
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lot :e r 4DCO\\tiD ? ', .Bobby ,Allen) and.daughter;, '.r.a rv.,- -'. ..- - -- _-- I .- -
; \ e Amanda,of St. Petersburg spent the ''
A weekend with Mrs. Allen's father, 27th Arfnffni> Florida Folk Festival l Set : .. =;:

J Charles L. Dinkins. They were Joinedby .* -' .
"the Mr. Allen, who is on two-weeks May 25-27 Foster :
at Stephen Center.
> Throughout, training with the National Guard at
Camp Standing.
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Onltem WHITE SPRINGS-Florlda's at clogging take part in a musical instrument .
I uchps diverse and colorful history will come *'* .
or workshop, em
song swap .
s Mrs. Lex
A Green. Chairman of the
Reduced Democratic of Bradford Coun- alive on the banks of the famous joy puppeteers and name troupes per;*. ,'.
OL and Cecelia Party Suwannee River here in many waysas forming under shady trees, browse
A ty. Terwillegar, hundreds of participants taking through the crafts area where many" -
Democratic Committee
Woman of part in the 27th annual Florida Folk expert craftsmen display and offer. .
5 70 Bradford Count attended Florida'sFourth Festival recall old-time songs, their wide variety of wares, or buy- -'
REGISTER FOR U Annual Legislative Appreciation dances, crafts, foods, customs, tales, and taste regional vittles such as collard .-,
Party Tuesday at the Towle
house State Democratic Headquarters superstitions and related lore of days greens and cornbread or fried ,
fish and hush "
gone by. puppies. ,.
in Tallahassee. Mrs. Adele ".
WhiteWestinghousefiUlCRO Craftsmen exhibitors, folklife Daily admission to the 250-acre ;1
Graham is
the
_,- of the Towle House Honorary Chairperson demonstrators regional food ven Stephen Foster Center and Florida* "..
Foundation. Gov.
and Mrs. Graham dors, performers from every cor Folk Festival will be $3 (all day for
the were present, as ner of Florida bring together adults and $1 for children..under 1ST";
were cabinet members and
members of the thousands spectators from instateas years of age'C6Jit fee covers all ao-t,. .
legislature. well as out-ot-state to experiencelife tivities and attractions at the Center- .?:
Mrs.
Green and Mrs.
Terwillegar as it was in Pioneer Florida. except for boat or wagon rides. .'
I y were overnight guests of Mr. and Festivities will extend over the The Stephen Foster Center is' -
__ Mrs. William Harris Green.
_
_____ Memorial Day weekend beginningwith located on US-41, just three miles! ;
an evening program Friday May East of [-75 via S {-138 in historic ,'.:
Yalued At 50th Wedding Anniversary 25, at 7:30: p.m.; three programs on White Springs. .-
Saturday May 20 and Sunday. May 27 -.'
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Rail and Linnie Norman Carroll of at 10 a.m., 1:30: p.m. and 7:30: p,m.; -
Leesburg will celebrate their 50th and two programs on Monday, Bradford 4H'ersMake
Wedding Anniversary Sunday, May 6, Memorial Day, May( 28)) at 10 a.m.
at the Community Center in Lake and 1:30: p.m., ending around 4 p.m. '" ':1'J
Good Show '
Butler from 2.3 p.m.. given by their There are nine programs in all and
You Need Not Be Present To Win children. All friends and relatives of each is uniquely different.All .
the couple are invited to attend. programs will be held on the In District Events "V::
No Purchase Necessary amphitheater stage with seating on :
the hillside where of
grassy plenty '
is available for lawn chairs or 4-11. DISTRICT EVENTS \: ,
GREAT BUYI space
blankets.As 4 H District Events was held Satur': -v
usual this nationally-known folk day.April 28 in Gainesville with Bradford **' :-

.t' fREE Athletic Tube Socks event is planned to appeal to family County 4-H'ers making a very-'. .- -
good showing. Ji
members of all ages.Iany! different
R9Q. -," folklife activities will tt occurring The following 4-H'ers were 1st glee;;;,:;
blue ribbon winners: Deborah Green,.. ..
the -
continuously during event: one
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$125 Doll Waters, Michelle Stiiwel*
listen of
G\ft\ may to a cross section
Now On Sale A Florida lore being presented on stage Carlton Jones Sheila Anderson;"' -

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watch ethnic dangers, in demonstration Monroe Herndon Tammy Moody.
BRET JERRY'S see an old time medicine Melissa May, Deena Cox Audrejr;r.
wagon
PURCHASE show take part in story telling Pierce, Becky Anderson and Bruce.;:::. -.
AMY ATHLETIC
WitH HOUSE workshops observe the blacksmith at Howard. ,
123 S Walnut SI Stark. H* 864-7434 work learn to make a quilt braid a Second place blue ribbon winners--
WHILETHEUWT I whip, weave a basket, test your skill were: Tammy Mann, John Tinslerr y. '*;.
Darrel Jones, Susie Welch Randy ;:.j
Harris and Sharri Dobbs.

Third place blue rlbbool'winnera, ,,
This Is A New Owners' AppreciationSale. were Drew Andrew and Barbara--i;
MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL Tetstone. / ...

Don & Pat Smith Invite You To Second place red ribbon winners!,___
were: Abby Foster, Randy Balkcom. .,?
Stop By And Get Acquainted..They Have Hiedl Cribbs and Becky Anderson;;
20 % DiscountOn Third place red ribbon winners were :::.:3;
An Excellent Selection Of Lawn Mike Rourke and Chris Cribbs. "*
First place, white ribbon winners. -
Equipment & Mowers. were Don Green and Doug Green. Sef..;--
All Our cond place, white ribbon winner was:. 4
Curtis Jones Third place white rtl> '
STOP IN AT YOUR FRIENDLY bon winner was Annette Balkcom. ____
Also winning red ribbons were Tony ...
;i! Pianos & Organs Anderson and Drew Andrews and ';:i
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Gin Hotter The Gift The Entire family Can Enjoy! 4-H is open to all without regard tp";:7'

race color sex or national origin. : .:-
Come & See Our Beautiful/ Organs With 'OFC f ':
128 S. Walnut .
Donna McDavid and Shelly Raley '
Plus The Unusual Feature Of EXP were the Junior and Senior Overall *

Starke, Fla. r.., High Point riders at the Live Oak. : ::
: Free Demonstrations Open Horse Show last Saturday. s:;

964-5289 <' MAG'S MUSIC SHOP. 4-H'er first Donna place in McDavid the Walk of and Brookerwon Trot ..

d : Jr. Trail and Pole classes as well as-" *
placing five other classes. '- "
.. Bradford Square Shopping Center 4-H'er Shelly Raley placed first bi
964-7391 Sr Cloverleaf and the Cob Race as

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.I as.. 266 O64610ATTOMBURV Phone 782-jaoo : fourth grades will be going to Silver

ROBERT D'.. us* PUL'OH1 P p o CHURCH ACTIVITIES! PhonefftMSOO Sprirtgi Friday, May lIon a field trip.

i I'i LOTS) 70 626 ft .71 iB. ON PINE(ON...CBVSTAL. ..!LAKE... HOMESITE(..96 ....39 Church of Cod Sunday,;i* 6l 10 A1sor Mrs. TougaWs and Mrs. Dobbins .
a.m. Worship Service 11 second grade will be going to
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.I .S.. 346 093-06 p.m. Prayer Meeting and; YPE has been off from work for a week. Mr. and Mr. Fleam Starling attended St. Auguatlne on a field trip.
I'r [!DUNG KATHCRINE 9 4B DON ANTONIO _AV Wednesday at 7 p.m. Our prayers are with hW. a a.peISIIIQ at the Community FAY will be May 26. This
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**eta *.?* .l.49 ...9. 636.39 Evergreen Baptist: Sunday Jr! >ool Mrs. Lela) Henry of Starke visited Center at Raiford on Saturday will include K-7 grades. We invite you
---- -- 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston on Sunday night to come and be with us during these

r oa 'S.2 9379 .79 0696-O4 7 p.m. Training Union a p.m. Prayer afternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Thomas and events. Also, a picnic lunch will be
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LIME TO BE G WPXE Stare, AM 1490 FM 106.3 8 and Mrs. Earl Troxell. Hobos, of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Grade Class: A delightful tour ofJacksonville'
7.99 (.24 .... ....s (17.43 Friends of Mrs. George Kelly Lee Casey of Lake Mrs.
-- a.m. Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m Kingsley Museum of Arts and
is-IS 229393-oosoo -oe'se-oe Worship Services 11 a.m. and 6:30: regret to learn that the is a patient In Seeb Andrews of Wildwood, Mrs. Sciences and the Alexander Brest

taCCRAV PHILLI3 L P O BOX 213 Meeting 6:30: on St. Vincents' Hospital, Jackonville. Gayle Todor Brad and Scott of Planetarium climaxed: many months
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10.60 ...J2 .Sa .7..0. .11..a7 First Baptldt Sunday School 0:43: Mr. Reddy Cox coach of Milliard Miss Denise Brewer and Michael Many (interesting facts were reveal
--- ---- & --------------------- High School Hilliard. attended the Moore at Evergreen Baptist Church the
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and during three programs: (1) Ancient -
1C BS 22 9464 1.00 O666-06 District Track Meet in Jacksonvilleon on Sunday afternoon. the and their
7:30 Training Union
SUMMER RODNEY L ft EARL! BO26 RENAULT CHIVE : p.m. 6:30: p.m. Egypt: people
I LOT 420FT N I 9 'BY I20FT. e ft w 8NO ON E 8r E LiNe Of SCI/4 Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Saturday. Mrs. Bettie Wolf and son Danny of society (2) The Circulatory System;
OP H." /. ft S BY BCCFORD HO Grace United Methodist: Sunday Delbert Jordan of New York spent a Cape Coral Mr. and Mrs. Glen and (3) Space The Final Frontier.
.21.. .. .*.** ii.07 7.4o (239.au week with his brother and sister-in- Shuford and family and Greg Morgan
School 9:45: a.m. Worship Service 11 The trip was most enjoyable as well
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13 e-A-a12oo 0670-10 a.m. Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:30: law, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Jordan and of Starke, attended the wedding of as educational for the children. The

LONGLEY SEIOEN C ANN 261T NW I8TM WAY p.m. Choir Practice Wednesday at family. their mother, Mrs. Hester Hicks and Planetarium seemed to highlight the

LOT 12 137.93 Cf SUCKERISE..S/O.13 7.0S (9.99 6194.69 7:15 p.m. Frank Wainwright of Jacksonville Mr. Doss Hlgglnbolham, at the homeof end of a perfect day.

--- '------------------------------------ Bible School Study Course at the visited his mother, Mrs. Truby Wain- Mrs. Juanita Parrish of Maxville. Many special thanks to Mrs. Helen

13 es"22""s4esrAloiaOo" 0671-03 church every Wednesday night at 8 wright on Sunday. Starling Mrs. Carolyn Sellers, Mrs.
LOT BRYAN COWARD Of. SMOKERISE E ft ELI2 S/O RT 2 BOX 112 p.m. The church has a nursery for Mrs. Reddy Cox, of Hilliard, spent LAWTEY. ELEMENTERY NEWS Alberteen Manning and Mrs. Sheila

IB .42.li l.26 2.I7 (9.99 51.50 pre-school children during worship the weekend with her Dad, Mr. School charms have been sent McClellan for giving their time and
-----------------------------------------------------_ service. George Kelly. home. These make nice Mother's Day energy in helping chaperon our class

$385 KCOONALO; 22 OWEN 9497 1919 ER.CKLNC ST O673-07 Highland Baptists Sunday School Mr. George Turner and Mr. W.S. gifts or for grandmother on Mother's trip.

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114.84 3.49 (9.91 7.40 131.60 afternoon. 'not wish to these
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13 .S 22 9910-00300 0679-0 Laura Baptist: Sunday School 10 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Starling and please return them to the school by May 7-11 .

I I'LAKeS" C 2130 BILLS OR a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and family of Bryceville were Sunday din your child. MONDAY. May 7i Pizza cole slaw,
COM AT INT.OP ELY R/. SR 92IA. C SLY A'. OP LAKE SHORE OR. of their Mr and Goes will be
ELY ON SLY NIP I2S '.S I46.6PCR Poe.5.6.03'ZO.P I67.3'.S2J 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesdayat ner guests parents Anything Day May 11 French fries apple crisp, milk. '
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, O6.20"S 110 .M6639Ue 7I.7.N 9E 62.7TO POB.EX A 10* Long Bridge Baptist: Sunday Mrs. W.E. Atwood, Sr., and her ticipating in these events. We invite green sweet peas, applesauce,

I STRIP ON$246.04$7.38 NE SIDE 12.67 ll.79 C277.84 School 10 a.m. Worship Services II mother Mrs. Onie Thornton, of you to come and watch your child par biscuits, peanut butter milk.

II ------------------------------------------------------------ a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Auburndale and aunt. Mrs. Pierce ticipate in the sack race balloon WEDNESDAY. May II Turkey
I 13 SS 22 9910-00900 0615-06 Wednesday at 7 p.m. Pastor Rev Crews were business visitors' in burst contest suitcase clothes contest salad on lettuce leaf bread slice,
RIGHT FREOCIE E 6 MARLEEN H Chas. Starling. Jacksonville on Monday and other events. mixed .
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I E A'.301.21IS5..EI..25''OA POE.N9a.. .e.55' .KELY8A ." S354E Morgan Road Baptist: Sunday peach crisp; milk.THURSDAY .
i I t9J3EIOI.7TO' UAKE.SHLV ON LAKE JO'.N45.w125.s'TO POd School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 : May 10: Salisbury

OR'124-914 127.12 13.SI 6.55 10.30 ..,. ,8.3 a.m. and 7 p.m.Training Union I p.m 1IJ1lnl COMMUNITY NEWSGirl -I steak w/gravy, mashed potatoes,

-----------------------------------------------------------. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. green lima beans, grapefruit sections
IS 22 5519 Oe.6-0. Pastor Rev. James Parrlsn.Northside rolls butter, milk.

LOT CRAWFORD 2 OP L ELK J B-C .VILCBEO' PLEASANT C S/O RT EX I M SO* Baptists Sunday School Scout Troop 684: The Girl day 3 p.m. Visitors are welcome. FRIDAY May It: Turkey sandwich -

OR I00-2S7! 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Scouts are working with Mrs. Antioch Missionary Baptist French fries, buttered corn
271.39 $8.I4 (13.9B 7.4O 'J '..90.3 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Altermease Chandler a volunteer Church: Thursday 7 p.m. Prayer peaches, milk.IIJIIJIII.I..rTI.
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BS 22 S93I-OOICO 77-09" 7 p.m. worker, on a project making yarn Sunday .1 .
Sun- dolls for bed decorations. The dolls Mt. Morlah United Methodist
COROAN HUBERT K 3830 LAURIE 9T Smyrna Missionary Baptist:
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a21Z." all.-, CI4.94 9.99...... 311.31......... 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Training Union Mother's Day program each Mondayand BROOKER :
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13 83 22 SS51-00.CO .58 06.0-05 6:15: p.m. Prayer Meeting on Wednes- School News Wednesday until Mother's Day.
CRUCNER GEORGE H 934T 5 KENBARK AVE Choir rehearsal for the Adults was
day at 7 p.m.PEItSONALS. Adult Basic Classes are In progressin
PARCEL 0 OP ADAMS REPLAY OP I-C C 2-C OP. MT PLEASANT OESC Wednesday 6 p.m. Sunday School 9:30: IN BRIEF
OR 9'-5 the various centers in the county. If .;
28.19 .... SI.4S 7.40 C37.S4 : any adult Is desirous of registering for Communion service 11 a.m. :
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Mr. and Mrs. Edward Roberts school call the Vo-Tech for information -
13 85 22 9628 C61Z-01 Each Tuesday Young Adult Choir
i MANNING PC P O BCX 723 their son and daughter-In-law. Mr. 9648150. MISSY IIARTCELEBRATES :
TRACT B-CARL VOLLKCPP S/O and Mrs. Randy Roberts and Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S. will meet rehearsal. Wednesday Prayer
121.46 .3.6. .6.Ze a5.*s 137. 31 daughter spent from Thursday until Thursday May 10 In the Masonic Hall Meeting each week. 7 p.m. Thursday 16th BIRTHDAY bibtoday :
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Sunday in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Ed- on Brownlee Street at 7:30. All Study. Sunday a.m.
: 22 B9 22 96 raOo 009TALLINCS C6 '-1 with at Union General
LCUI9 0 C LINCA W ward Roberts visited their parents, members are asked to be present. Communion Service 3 p.m. a party
El/2 OP. BLK 3 OF COVT LOT OP LAKESIDE S/O LYING S Of sr HO Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Roberts. Mr. The First Born Church of The Living Hospital in Lake Butler where her

3-21-8 and Mrs. Randy Roberts and Church Activities God: Weekly services as follows: father, Grady Hart is a patient. '
169.09 14.69 7.99 7.40 I79.O9
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Friday 6:30: Bible Study 7:30: Tarry- a by
-------------------------------------------- daughter visited their parents, Mr. Greater Elizabeth Freewill Baptist
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23 BS 22 9714 20.00C69491 and Mrs. Jim Gallagher.Mrs. Church: Monday night of each week Ing Service. Sunday School 10:30: mother and Ice cream. Missy *
LEWIS JOE EST a MARY A DCBINSON several nice and useful
Morning Worship 11:30.: Sunday even- opened gifts
El/2 OP NEI/4 OP. SW" J.P. Wyrtck of Tallahassee, 6:30: Tiny Tots rehearsal and 8 p.m.Senior .
.229... C6.8B ll.82 (9.99 .25'.' 9 Mrs. C.E. Strickland of Gainesville Choir rehearsal. Tuesday 7:30 ing 6:30: YPCW, 7 p.m. Evening Wor with her father present. Missy says t
ship. this will be a birthday to remembet
------------------------------------ --------------------- Mrs. Joyce Futch of Blackshear Ga., Prayer Meeting. Each Wednesday
24 BS 22 9723 10.OO 06*5-6 and The Family Gospel Group of Starke for quite awhile being held in .a
Mr. Mrs. Terry Futch and sons of 7:30: all Circles meet. McKay's Circle
WALKER ALP EO R JO 12233 YELLOW BLUFF RO .
N 200 OF W3'. OF NI/2 OP NEI/4 Jacksonville Beach, and Mrs. met at Mrs. Nancy Bradshow's, and The White Family Gospel Group hospital room.PERSONALS
347.49 10.42 I7.90 9.99 .3 l.76 Elizabeth Terry attended the weddingof Blye's Circle met at the home of Mrs. of Jacksonville will be presented at
------------------------------------------------------------ the First Born Church afternoon
24 BS 22 3949 O7I602KERRY their niece Miss Eve Futch and Elane Lee. Thursday (today) the Sunday
H C ft C M PO BOX 96E Charles Jones of Gainesville at Grace pastor and congregation will worship May 6 at 3 p.m. The public Is invited :
LOTS B 110 eLK 19 KCE UNIT I Baptist Church, Starke, on Friday with Elder Sampson White and his to attend this Gospel Ex Mr. and Mrs. H.D. Eadie, accompanied -
96.27 1.69 2.9O 5.95 $66. j night. Other guests with them were congregation at Free Canaan travaganza. ,
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24 63 22 5950 0116-03 their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Don Holiness Church. Friday 6:30: Junior Presiding Elder Herbert Cohen Carolina
KERRY He ft C M PC BCK 96. Parcelluzzi of Gainesville. Ushers will rehearse. Friday 7:30: Jacksonville District will begin at the were visiting their sister Mrs. Mamie
i LOT'9 OP. BLK 19 OF UNIT I OF. K C E Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee spent the Sunday School Teachers Seminar. First Born Church or the Living God Stalnaker for a few days last week.
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la.a.33 6.37 I0.94 7.40 (237.O4 weekend with their brotherinlawand The lesson for this week will be "The Starke, on May B. Services will be While here, they also visited another

__ __ -- ------------------......---....._.__._.___.._ sister, Mr. and Mrs. Laurie Supreme Need of Soul Winning" and held nightly beginning at 7:30: p.m. brother, and his family, Mr. and Mrs.

24 HETSEL BS 22 INVESTMENT 997 CO RT 1801 SLOT 0119-06 DuBose of Decatur Ga. On Sunday "How, To Lead A Soul to Christ", Come one Come all. A.E Adkins of Lake City. Another

2 OP ilL Ie 17 IN K C E! UNIT I they went to Dalonaga, Ga., sightseeing. presented by Mrs. Rebecca Daniels Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. sister, Mrs. Bertha Douglas, and her

" __ _28.I9 ..B4 l.49 $5.95$36.39. They panned for gold while there. and Mrs. Victoria McCray. Saturday Church: Saturday dinners will be sold daughter, Margaret, of Ocala. were
-- -----------------------------------""---------------" from the kitchen. Sunday School 10a.m. present.
24 BS 22 39E3 Dusty Roberts returned to his homeIn 10 a.m. Lee's Circle will meet with the
: 5.00 01Ia-2 Communion Service 11 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Phares Qulnsey and
LIVEIST: AtE 4249 MORENA LANE Boca Raton Thursday after spen- Volunteers of American. Saturday 5
COM AT ft* COP OP SWI" OP. SEI/4 OP. NEI/4 RUN SLY 2SA.4 PT ding some time with his relatives p.m. Little Church rehearsal. 6:30: The Spring Drive will terminate daughter Cheryl accompanied by
FOR POB. CONT SILT 399.6PT. CONT SELY 64.33 PT. N 994 FT Sunday School Teachers meeting. 7 June 24th. All members are asked to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Baxter and
3WLV 510 FT TO POB here.Mrs. with the activity for suc daughter. Sue all of Tallahassee.
.5a.76 .I.sa 2.72 8.85 Seeb Andrews of Wildwoodand Saturday Junior Choir rehearsal. cooperate
5.91 p.m.
_______ ____ visited Mr. and Mrs. Willis Grimes
f ----- ------------------------------ ------- Mrs. Mattie Jean Mills of New Sunday School 9:30.: Morning cess.Church

BVOO 29 BS CLYDE 22 6013 BOX 344 0722-09 Jersey spent Tuesday with Mrs. An- Worship 11 a.m. 12:30: Dinner. Even- of God In Christ: Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Grady Hart and.
School 9:30.: Morning Worship 11 a.m. daughters Missy and DeeDee.
drews' mother. Mrs. Fred Moore. ing Worship 6
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i POB Jimmy Moore of Jacksonville visited Free Canaan True Church of God In with Minister Dewey Taylor in
ft ALSO CCM AT NE COP OP SI/2 OP NHI/4 OP NW'/ S 39 WI'"' his mother Mrs. Moore in the after Unity: The District Assembly will charge. YPWW 5:30.: Evening Wor CORRECTION: .
TO POB W 30* S $001 E 9O N 100 TO BEG 6:30. Bible Band 7
94.24 2.B3 ....5 I0.30 SII2.22 noon. begin Thursday 11 a.m. through Sun- ship : Tuesday p.m.
__ __ _____ 8 and Pastoral In the last week in the
t ----- -""""---"------------------- -- On Sunday April 29, Mr. and Mrs. Friday p.m. Prayer paper writeup
29 BS 22 6o"l4 ..00 0722-10 Robert Lee visited their father Mr. Teaching. on the mlnl ics, Michael
I BYRO RALPH RT :2 BOle 486 NAACP BANQUET: The annual Smith won a gold medal but his a
HI/a Of SCI/4 OF. NCI/4 OP MMI/4 EX PAR IN NE COR 73' N ft S G.L. Peterson In Baptist Hospital. !b.Qln.DrHUnd! } name
BY ITS' E ft W Jacksonville, where he is a surgical banquet for the NAACP will be held and information was left out. Michael
.1.... .6O l.02 .,.40 (28.66 Our with him. May 26 in R.J.E. Cafeteria, 8:30.: is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie
are
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25 es 22 6027 1.00 0724-06 Mrs. Joyce Futch of Blackshear, Donation $10. You are invited. Smith. : 1 1IITT

COOPER B J RT 1801 466 Ga., visited her sister Miss Elizabeth Fast Rotary
OP 3 .298.79'NW I/4 OF w 191.29 OP E 400' OP 91/2 OP SEI/4 OP. SB 1/4 Terry on Saturday afternoon. She also Drilling Equipment 1111. GIRL SCOUTS A" J. !

I I32.30 (3.97 .6... 7.40 (130.46 visited Mrs. Selma Eunice, Mrs. Carl STATE LICENSED .vy... .tnruiyn...___..._ 0":".ave. J
------------------------------------------------------------- Prevatt Mrs. Evelyn Norman and ...... ................ Cadette Troop 520 will be Interview Some of us have attended all of the
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NELSON WILLIE C 4700 N S 33RO TERRN Mrs. Harold Eunice. ing Scout leaders about their activities Senior Planning Board meetings. The.

i 121.2 OF E 400* OP SI/2 OP SEI/4 OP SKI/4 OP NO 1/4 Mrs. J.W. Thomas of Live Oak and ..PumpmS. !! ...... during the next two weeks. To- first was a weekend campout at Camp
IO.60 .32 .33 C3.93 ...7.423. her son, Jody of New York City day's interview is by Joyce Wain- Chowenwaw
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89 22 6034-00102 14.OO 0727-01 visited her mother, Mrs. Fred Mooreon lUlledSale.Parta.Servlce wrieht. Five of the Seniors went on a bike

PAGAN JACK W C ANNC Y RT 2 BOX 30B Monday. News of Senior Troop 669; Leader, hike and campout with the Junior' .<
COM AT NW COR OF fttl/4 OP SMI/4 S 367* E 2110 TO E ../. SR 21 Mr. and Mrs. James Anders of Mrs. R.S. Mullins president, Irene Troop on April 10 & 11. : .
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S 14* 5 30* S 78* 115341 TO E A'. FOR POB N 78* E I6I3 > TO Palatka and their mother Mrs. O.J. Wainwright;; vice-president Lori All year long we've been working on'

WATERS EDGE OF LAKE GENEVA SLY ON LAKE 441 S 78*. 1799 TO I Anders attended the wedding of her .......E-Z...TermsPlumbing............ Shinn; secretary, Betsy Yawn; puppets for a puppet play we plan to.
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/ sister Mrs. Hester Hicks and Mr treasurer Lynne Johns; Historian perform on May 1.

440)0(2.008.03 OR 111-198 1-9-73 60.24 22OOO HI03.4I BI3.20 .2. IS4.9O Doss Higginbotham at the home of Joyce Wainwwright; senior Planning A couple of Seniors attended the

__...----------- ---- their niece Mrs. Juanita Parrish of ... Board Representatives, Joyce Wainwright "Night at Old Savannah" Festival
26 83 22 6041 20.0O 0726-01 Maxville on Saturday afternoon. & Vickie Carver. Savannah Georgia the weekend
BARTON EVALIMA EST II IRENE MILLtARS and Mrs. New Installation 28 & :29. Four Seniors and the
S//2 OP NEI/4 OP. NCI/4 EX I A IN *. COM ft I A IN SC COR S/Sgt Greg Dyal and sons We are working on the total fitness April
OP NWI" 01' HEI' of Clarke Air Force Base Phillipine Remodeling Repairs' patch and the five worlds patch. Leader and Sponsors attended the
269.32 (8.00 I3.8T 87.40 .2....' Islands are time with Song Fest at Camp Show on April 20.
spending some
We had a Christmas party at the
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26 --- their parents Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal house of Mrs. Mullins or. December We had fun singing by a campfire at
BS 22 6049 O72B-IO and Leonette. He will be to the Canoe Slip. We are going to have a
JOHNSON .VELYN. PO BOX 19196 going urranc:. 19, after a fun evening of Christmas
BEG AT SE COP OP SEI/4 OP NCI/4 NUN N 60' 1601. S 60* school the month of May in Biloxi. ..................... caroling around the neighborhood.Three hobby show May 7 at our regular \
1601 TO PO8 After that they will be back In the members of the troop helped meeting. We meet every.other week.

______ _4.26 _.13 ..22 (,..0 812.Ol Phillipines until Jan. 1980. then it will PUMP troops. Several of the Seniors The end of the year banquet is May ,
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26 6S 22 6048-OOICO 0729-02 be another overseas tour. went Christmas caroling at the nurs- 20 at the Country Club. May 19 our .<

GOETZMAN PEARL ET AL OANEMAN E A Henry Hodges and daughter Sarah COMPANY ing home. troop will set up for the banquet.
COM AT NX COR RUN E 900* 5 109 FOR PUS S 103' S TO LAKe. attended the Srock Car Races at Lake We do babysitting for ADK, on a Seven of us will be going to Mexico :

N ON LAKE 320.27 103' C TO C9.6I POB 16.49 *,..0 B393.77 City Speedway on Saturday night. 884 N. Temple Ave.: voluntary basis. for two weeks In July. We will leave. I
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited The troop had a Beauty Bash at Tampa July 10 and fly to Mexico City "
------------------------------------------------------._ Mr. Jack Estes In St. Vincent's Diane's Beauty Parlor on Jan. 29. We will travel from there to Cuer j

29 89 22 6203-B-00300 0749-03 Hospital Jacksonville,' several days Starke. Fla. We sold Girl Scout cookies and navaca where the International :

ROY LANSING J ft JO ANN R RT 2 BOX 400-A4 this week. Our prayers are with him. magazines for QSP. We had a cookie Cabana Is located. We will stay at the
LOT 3 GENEVA CREEK Mrs. Elsie Norman had Cabana for a week and then will
the misfortune booth in town on Feb. 17th. we
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HOOO VIRGINIA 8 CAMP BLANOIftG. In July 20-August 3 we will help with.
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