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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 13, 1978
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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defending Florida's
cabinet system, and attacking the "do
your own thing" philosophy In modern 4 Vs
education Commissioner of Education r a 5 .
Ralph Turlington, told a joint
meeting: of the School Board membersand
the Democratic Executive
Committee that "the pendulum Is
swinging back to basics." 4
S Turlington's opinions were voiced In l s
I a low key !give-and-take session f
following, a dinner hosted by the
J Democratic Committee In the Starke,

Women's Club Wednesday night,
April 5."Students. '
deliver what Is expectedof
them" Turlington 'said. "If we
expect nothing and demand nothing of
them, you may be sure we will get
nothing In return."
The permissive policy of letting -
children"do their own thing" has not
worked Turlington said and Is now :
giving way to a, "back to basics" t
movement that provides fewer I-

options to students, concentrating on L
the basic skills they must master In :
order to lead productive meaningfullives.

l q 4 "In. recent years, students haven't Turlington center), Democrat: Chairman Olla hefts and School:
been compelled' to meet certain Superintendent Casey exchange views after question tension.
standards in order to graduate and

receive a: diploma." the Commissioner was actually 36 per cent," the commission and that ,their idea
said. "By not letting them Commissioner said. Although not seemed to be to abolish all elective
know what we expect from them we defending this record, Turlington said officers at the state level except the
:are actually doing them a disservice that Florida appeared to be about Governor and Lieutenant Governor. ,.;
sending them out into the business the Turli ton also hit at some of the
Jimmy McDanlel packs berries on average/ for nation and that
world without the skills to
Norman farm on 8R-ZZ3. necessary Georgia! schools had a 44 per cent Late state's large daily ,newspapers for"thelrantloafcln
f meet the challenges they:**.' vyill.yulttptttelyJaee.tsw of failures to a comparable ** posittans-sa'Vifijf,_1 "
orrls Carterl berries are''i road in wte ysWt In the past students have had so given In the 3rd 9lh. and 8th grades strongly supports government M the* .
x ***... *, \ *MO*> vw > many.. courses and so many activitiesto are extremely' Important since they '*un njn/ # would not support an elected 111. '"
choose from that they didn't have will disclose individual weaknesses in cabinet system." He said that some
time to develop basic skills, Turlington the students /before they advance to executive authority nel"dsto be rated
Rapidly Ripen Under Hot SunRapidly said, referring to one study that the 11th grade and find themselves in more than one person and
Indicated only 18 per cent of thestudent' Ineligible for diplomas. criticized the proposal to place the
.time spent in school could be Turning to the controversial matterof department of education under an

turning bright red under the Buddy Norman's commercial oper- the county; then only a few to classified as productive. Constitutional revision and the appointed state board of education
hot sun of recent weeks Bradford ation also on SR-225 still further west Jacksonville, Tallahassee and someto In referring to Florida's pioneeringeffort proposal to abolish the State Cabinet pointing out that t this would ICUMno
strawberries were nearing their peak picked 100 flats per acre last week. Columbia South Carolina. In the field of functional literacy system Turlington said he could not elected official in the department
Tuesday and bring around f6 per flat Norman,who sells berries through his, tests, Turlington said it had been understand Governor Askew's Turlington said that while some few
at the field. retail operation, Norman's Produce In More STRA WDERR1ES expected that JO per cent of 11th grade position in favor of such an amendment cabinet members /have been unused

Leon Starling U-Pick'em patch on Starke, said he's selling all his berries 6A students would fail "A lot of people lie said that Askew appointed HI r.1'UR/ /j"'TO."
startled when the failure rate
page were of the members of the
SR-22J just west of Lawtey was full of ,locally. two-fifths
pickers Tuesday morning. If you Only a few berries are going out ofHampton pad(. *>dITATER .4 .
pick'em you can get them half price ...... '
SO cents per quart. Plus you can fill .
the quart as full as you can pile the V !

berries. I /
Luther Hillard'i fields still further
west of Lawtey just off SR-22S were

also busy Tuesday. The Pressure's in Hampton,. But the Pressure's Low in Brooker

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::.:'-::::':-::: It was a, grueling night for Hampton "Where has everyone been for so Interrupted by three phone calls "You have abused and bought manva
-::=:::: ..: City Councilmen as residents opposedto many years when the system was about low pressure on the water thing not approved If George can't
:t-::; the proposed new city water system rapidly deteriorating and brewing up system the Brooker council Tuesday. cooperate with us. we don't need
-,-,-, bombarded them with complaints for to a critical crisis? I feel the group has April 11. agreed 3-1 to draw up its own George." laid Stalnaker.In '
over three hours.Residents come in too little and too late." bid specifications to replace the ailing other action the council on a
filled the City Hall early Finally his voice shaking with system. motion by Stalnaker and seconded by
'.:.-... .H...!..:. and remained quiet while normal emotion Chairman Ted Curtisresignedlrom The council set Monday. April 17.at Melvin approved giving one of four
:r'"- ;. "'' business was handled. But the fire- the chair and made a 7'30: p.m. to draw up the specifications fire department beepers to town
Thursday April 13 : 1 works began as City Attorney Richard motion to put the water system up fora Councilman Steve Nipperwas marshal Tommy Itaulerson. Pierce
Welty read a proposed ordinance that vote before the people. He asked the lone dissenter saying the said If the council wanted the fourth ,
BMS Math Teacher would require! all structures within repeatedly for another council council was "not capable" of drawingup beeper back in the county although
Meet with Parents the city limits to connect the new member to second the motion, but the the detailed specifications Kenneth Tw Iss who moved to Alachua
7:30 p.m. water necessary to bid a tank chlorinatorand he would
system. members remained silent.A county still responded giveIt
Almost before Welty had finished few residents did attend the accessories. Councilman Zoltan to one of the other firemen.'
April 14, IS, la reading the ordinance residents meeting to speak up in favor of the ," Jakob was not present. Debate continued between Pierce
began voicing opinions about the new new system. One woman who had sat "I 1 don't want to boa part of drawingup and the council on the merits of a fireman *
Green Machine system. Most objections stemmed quietly for most of the meeting, specifications, we had a good having the beeper or the marshal ; *
Slow.Pitch Softball from the fact that residents engineer and have been sitting on our "
were un- finally rose saying she was tired of with tempers flaring
TournamentNo able the and that I, tails. In a month the thing could blow council tabled from
to vote on project re- others talking for her, that she could The a request
Charge sidents were unable to vote on the speak for herself. Saying she was a /, ', ,, sky high. said Nipper. He added the Pierce for fire hoses and nozzle and a :
and that residents feared the tank was rusting from the inside out. ) '
project new resident to Hampton, she had buck up pump
f < Saturday April IS city would be unable to pay for the brought her ill mother and family to I '" :: :. "We have paid the engineers bit $1.500" "Lets hold off and see how the water *

estimated $350.000 system, and their' live in the town. "I need water, and I .y: I., and haven't gotten Melvin., one of good, system goes" said chairman A.B: .t
\ Gospel Sing property would be taken as collateral. need good water. No one here has said ..\ countered Gene Adams.In .
Earlier in the meeting the council
At Methodist Church anything about a health hazard and other business the council:
7fpm. "We don't have a choice anymore," it's a health hazard." She added that unanimously approved emergency Awarded: a garbage service con f .
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,4| Featuring residents complained 'Why'weren't she didn't care about paying for the .' repair to the pump motor for the tract to Willis Grimes on a bid of$300a
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Quartet ,' larger 8 Inch well not to exceed 52000.
Songimcn the allowed month. The other bid submitted byPerryman'
people to vote? water as long as the water was safe. ..:; in said
"We caught a
trap
got
The ordinance would make it & of Keystone Heights was "
i illegal Ralph Eng engineer from S P. "I. t
' Monday April 17 for any privately owned well to be rose to respond to the citizens .,;-,," by PATHONOUR councilman the repairing C.J. Stalnaker.the motor He after said S4 per town pickup a total 0 $412 for
connected to any structure that would But he addressed 'I man 103 customers. '
1 complaints. as BCT Staff Writer
oil caused bearing to but
of a
BC School Board cause water from the well to be them the crowd began to leave and lack go Approved purchase of two loads ;
f.,1. 7p.m. into the '[if" was to repair it for parts plus a per to city streets. J
of limerock repair
pumped city's water system. Eng's voice was muffled by the :, .....J:..?" ,> centage. '
The action would be classified members said they had
as a shuffling feet and the slamming door. Council
from the audience
Elks A ElkerttsV,4. health hazard and the would When pressed as toured streets recently and many! "
4 penalty As he finished, about 10 residents re-
CoY. Dish Supper be a misdemeanor.But mained In the hall. to the cost. mayor Blake Hamilton responded needed limerock on the edges.
"
: 7 p.m. the residents "we didn't ask. we told him I..Authorized3-1. Adams dissenting.
the
? were unwilling to Engineers have pointed out that "
,f Meeting I p.m.Tuesday give up the use of their wells, and Fanners Home Administration can LORI to fix It. Attorney Jesse Wolbert told Pierce to purchase up to $75 for roof
by WORRELL : the council to set a cap on the repair
threatened to not pay for the water assist the city with a loan and grant BCT sun Writer :, and a motion was amended not to repair materials and painting fire
,/ April is resulting in the water being shut off and that at least 50 percent of the project f f.j' equipment.Voted .
I :: "Which is what we want anyway" can be paid by a grant. In exceed 52,000.Stalnaker said the 3>1. Steve Nipper casting i
repair was
man
Starke Council
: the vote to discontinue shoppingat
addition to the FmHA grant, a repre- with nay
Wednesday morning
to return
ap.m. "What about all of us tnat are losing sensatlve from the North Central '" the and the low in the government surplus without
pressure
p Florida pump getting purchase approval from the
money on our wells? residents. Regional planning Council caused by the smaller 4 inch
J, SCHOOLADVISORY asked. Their objections were in the spoke briefly to the councilmen. system .council.
t' well would be cured.
I .COMMITTEES form of -Approved transfer of $1,200 to a
questions yet they never gave saying much grant money is available chief O. Pierce
Fire George
"
.. 7p.m.Discipline the councilmen the chance to answer. that could pay up to 80 percent of the '.*v expressed concern about the low pressure savings account. >'
Code
Learned from Wolbert the city ;
total cost of the system. '." .
| To Be Discussed And In their desperation talk ; A- hampering fire control. charter will be sent to council
( / .
a turned to the county "This whole Engineers also explained that re- 'Hampton would!look like "a great Hamilton said If It was necessarythe members prior to the next regular
Brooker Council thing can be turned over to the county placement of the 60-year-old system ls sprinkler system fire trucks could go to the river for council meeting to be studied for
730p.m.; if the voters have no choice. I'd rather necessary. The existing two-inch water. discussion -
c.w have it turned over to the county" one pipes will not feed fire hydrants for A public hearing on the matter of Pierce and the council continued to -Authorized clerk Mrs. Eva Clark: .
I resident said. needed fire protection,and: renovationof another grant will be held Tuesday, haggle throughout the three hour to get a price on ,a fire resistant file '
3rjr Eammunilg When asked by councilmen what the old system was not feasable April 13. at 7:30: p,m. meeting about appropriations for the cabinet.
would be turned over to the county the because high costs would prevent As the rest of Hampton residents fire department. -committee assignments given by-
etatt 1 dunk residents replied "The whole town!" them from bringing it up to state shuffled out of the room the subdued "If you want approval. I can get Adams are: water Slalnaker Jakob..
"Unincorporate!" standards.As councilmen adopted on first readingthe approval for every nickel and dime Melvin; garbage, Adams Nipper "
"Turn It back to the ordinance that would require the for full council meeting "
att..n New I.nW.l U" county one councilman put it if the and ask a Stalnaker; street. 'Melvin Jakob.
n-' In a letter from Mayor William water pressure was increased resident's to hook-up to the new water Pierce responded when the council Nipper; and lights, Adams, Hamilton
P> rM DWMII,ImurMK C.r... Summers to the residents, he asked through the Dices the entire city of system, took issue with bills presented. anrt NtnVIPr. ....



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TELEGRAPH April IJ, im

I What Is A Candy Striper?


by Doris Overstreet and needed.assisting the nurses whenever f! 64./ide lw Jll WJ !

"What 'Is a Candy Striper" the Many of the girls would like to pursue -
question Is constantly asked. a nursing career when they finish
Candy Striper Is a short name for school and this Is one way for them to Wool? Socl.ly 1?Jilor,
Bradford County Hospital Teenage. see for themselves what this profession I
Volunteers.It .
demands.
is a group of approximately 13 Each year the girls set a goal for UDC Making Plans For Shelley Lamb and Dr. William Marchese
girls from the Bradford area who themselves. This year they purchased
volunteer their time and energy to the an electrical blood pressure machinefor Memorial Service I
hospital! and community the Emergency Unit. Day Wed April in GainesvilleThe

Those from the Bradford area Involved The Candy Stripers have participated "
Plan for the April 30 Memorial Day --
In the program are: Michelle In several community pro -
Gullion, president; Donna Brantley, jects. This year they .assisted in an service.was discussed by member of
president-elect; Cindy Lawson vice- auction for retarded people the Special the W.r. Week's chapter UDC at ( Holy Faith Catholic Church In
Ann Brooks held at Bradford their meeting Wednesday afternoon of i
president; secretary; Olympics High ---
vDelves Gainesville was the setting for the
last week held at the home of Mrs.
Debt Overstreet and
treasurer Terri School and
; coloring hiding eggs marriage of Shelley Sue Lamb of
with
Cecelia Terwlllegar Mrs
Cogdill Norman,publicity social chairman chairman; Sherrl for McDonalds the Easter egg hunt sponsored by Herbert Thomas as cohostess.The Gainesville, daughter of Joseph
; Wendy Palmer Lamb, Jr. and Mrs.
Mary
Lloyd. Lisa Joy Bell, Cynthia A Teenage Volunteer of the Year Is Memorial service will be hel4
Miller of Palatka William
to Dr.
Green HanfCerson Sunday afternoon, April 30, at 4 p.mal ,
Myra and Ginger chosen by the group each year. This Marchese of Gainesville, son of Mr.
Crosby Lake Cemetery. Mrs. ElzieSanders
Crews. the girls chose Miss Donna
year and Mrs. V.J. Marchese of Miami and
and Mrs.J.W Kincaid will be
The girls wear pink and white Brantley of Kingsley Lake. Donna has r I
associate: dentist with Dr. J.E. .
In charge of arrangements. .
striped uniforms while on duty at the almost 500 hours collected and serves Denmark of Starke, .
President Mrs. Herbert Thomas ,,,
hospital! and after completing 50 at any time she Is called upon. We are Father Flannan Walsh
performedthe
hours of volunteer .work at the very proud of her as she gives of her presided over the meeting during
which Mrs. W.B. nuptials Saturday, April 8 at 2
Mundy was
hospital each will recieve matchingcap. time so unselfishly. .
the their appointed to fill the office of the secretary p.m.The
After girls achieve goal for
.
altar was centered with a large
which was vacant due to the
For each 100 hours of service to the year, they enjoy a trip some- floral flanked ,
death of Mum arrangement by spiral
follow each girl will recieve a pin. where.To obtain money for this, they Madge Middleton. A candelabra.
They ;furnish their own uniforms and have held car washes, rock-a-thons moment of silent prayer was offeredfor Mrs. Charlotte Greene of Starke
Miss Middleton one of the
buy their own and selling Last they en-
caps. candy. year
Pendarvls presented a of wedding
chapter's most loyal members. program
,
The Candy Stripers are sanctioned joyed a trip to Disney World accompanied k
music the
Mrs. Thomas appointed Mrs. II U on organ. f
by the Bradford County /Hospital by their sponsor Mrs.Maurice Delores Joe Marchese attended best l
Speer,Mrs. Kincaid and Mrs. Mundyon Pendarvis as
,
Auxiliary and to qualify the girls must Overstreet.
man. Ushers. were Dr. Park Weloy,
the
be willing to work at least hoursa As the club Is approaching the closed nominating committee.Mrs. :
eight
Dr. Hay Rogers and Chuck Johnson.
Thomas Informati.emessajte David Wilkinson To Wed
an
gave '
month, be fourteen years old and another yearand the start of a fresh :
during the the Mrs. Jan Johnson was matron of .
program on "
keep at least a "C" average in her one the girls would like to say thank Interpretation of the Third Dimension honor and Ms. Palma Lee Lamb was b.'i
school: work.They dues each to the merchants and wonderful
pay year you maid of honor.
as applied to the UDC and Its Mrs. Iris M. Pendarvis of Lawtey Attendants were Ms.
which this
goes to buy their pins and name people of community who helped
their members. She explained its usefulness announces the engagement and Lisa Hendry and Mrs. Gail Over- :'" .
lags. them achieve. goal by giving so to the members In helping often approaching marriage of her street They wore blue, floor length,
The duties
girls consist of J passing! freely.This times to find and had starbursts William Marchese
missing relatives, also daughter, Delores to David Wilkinson caped gowns Mrs.
out Ice to patients, with food Is a growing and
helping community
raising funds to help those dependents son of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Wilkinson arrangements of miniature blue
trays,writing or reading for a patient they are proud to be part of It. of Veterans of the War between the of Maxville. carnations and baby's breath In their
States. hair. They carried starbursts the groom, kept the bride's book.
During the social hour refresh- The wedding will take place Friday, arrangements in blue carnations and After the reception the couple left
ments were served to the 17 members April 21, at 8 p.m. at the Clay Hill baby's breath. on a wedding trip to Daytona Beach.
present. Mrs. Curtis Sanders assisted Baptist Church. The bride given in marriage by her They will reside in Starke after June'
In serving. Miss Pendarvis la a 1978 mid-term father wore a bridal original gownfeaturing I.
Hostesses for the May meeting will graduate of Bradford High School. an empire line of chantilly The bride graduated in 1968 from
be Mrs. R.A. Green, Mrs. H.L. Speer Mr. Wilkinson Is a 1977 graduate of lace on bride' organza with sheer the Palatka Junior High School,
kWh&LStick Mrs. L.H. Jennings and Mrs. Curtis Orange Park High School.All tear-drop bodice and chapel length graduated in 1970 from SL Johns
Sanders to be held at the home of the friends and relatives are Invitedto train. She wore a chantilly lace River Junior College and Is presently
latter. attend. framed fingertip tlereo veil with employed at the University of
blusher a nd beaded cap.She carried a Florida
Patray Family Has Birthday Cookout April 1 bouquet of stephanotis, miniature Dr. Marchese graduated from
white carnations, baby's breath and Norland High School in Mimai;
graduated in 1972 from University of

To Brighten Pins Don Patray and grandsons Gary Gary Don was five on April 1 and ivy.A;:reception was held at the Turkey Florida College of Pharmacy; and
Outfit
Every Don and Joshua Brewer,all of Starke, Joshua was one on April 2. Creek Golf and Racquet Club in graduated in 1976 from the UF College
To Match Every Mood celebrated their birthdays Saturday Gary Don also entertained 30 of his Alachua. Mrs. Anet Fesko, sister of of Dentistry.
April 1, with a family cookout and friends of St Mark's Child Caring
party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Center with Easter cupcakes, juice
Gary Brewer. and Easter decorations. Plastic Mrs. D.R. Brown Stork Shower Honoree April 4 I
The animal theme was used Easter eggs filled with Easter candy
\ throughout the house and patio Following were contained in a large Easter Mrs. Donald R. Brown of Lawteywas played by the 14 guests which In-
the cookout the family enjoyedice basket. Gary Don passed out the eggsas complimented at a stork shower cluded Mrs. Lucille Ivy of Lawtey and
1"C rS. cream and animal shaped cakes. favors for each child. Tuesday night of last week given by Mrs Leta Brown of Alabama, mother
7\ ; Mrs. Edith Griffin and Mrs. Judy and mother-in-law of the honoree.
Miscally at the home of the latter in
Johnny Hobbs, Jr., was on the Pam Tucker has been selected to Lawley. .
WIAYIAIWI Dean's List at the University of the 1978 Dental Hygiene Program of A blue color theme was carried out
''I 932 East car ales Florida for the winter quarter with a Jacksonville Junior College. She will In the decorations and refreshments.The .
I 8AM830PM. Stalk 4.0 grade point average. begin her studies in the Fall term. refreshment table was centered Cindy Gissy, daughter of Mr. and
with a white sheet cake decorated Mrs Joe Cissy of Starke was on the
Petty Officer Benny Carter who has with blue florets and miniature baby Dean's List for the Winter Quarter at
been stationed in Massachusetts the accessories. Florida State University with a 3.5grade
past six months was home from the During the party hours games were point average.
Save $40.00
to $80.00 each
on set! weekend.

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Mft, Mrs. William Cannonr and Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johntand
$tarke,Georgia Southern senior, recently family of Washington, D.C., arrive granddaughter, Adrienna Kajaflan,
Friday for several
began weeks visit with and grandson,PMHlVJohnsif l njdjBlss
Spring quarter student
her mother, Mrs. E.B.
teaching activities assigned by the Searing. Cheryl Zeller attended the opening
Department of ProfessfoYul L bor. cession of the Legislature In Tallahassee p.
Pennlrae Hunt
returned home
last Tuesday.Mrs. .
the School of
ducattion.The annual after attending the 80th
teaching National. Phi Theta Kappa Robert Tanner of'Baldwin
experience will enable a student to
culminate their college preparation convention held at the Orlando Hyatt visited her sister, Mrs.J.H.. Flelds/on. .
House. After leaving Wednesday .she I.f 'V"! ?
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"by) encountering actual problems in a enjoyed tripe to Cape Kennedy, Jetty Monday. ..,, I'll': ,
ean laboratory/;; Park Beach, Disney World along with Mrs. Nelson Green spent lasf week Mrs. Barry Learns Lexington Lace
Jim Burnham and Gen Gerlln of several banquets and a dance with the with Mrs. A.M. Moots In Klsslmmee.
Chapter from St. Johns
River
Clearwater were weekend guests of Community College, Chi, Tala. She Mrs. Charles Hardy 'Vlsitedf Ter Mrs.Marty Barry third from left) of the Magic Needle was ...e"the group
Mr. and Mrs. ) Hardy..
Douglas attending the Southeaslera Ysracrafters Gaild Meeting Prattvtlle. Ala.
was Inducted Into the Fraternity a
mother, Mrs. O.K.: McG uley,( .In
learning Lace.
Leklngtoa
March 9. Phi Theta Kappa Is honor '
an
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jones and son, fraternity for junior and Palatka on Tuesday <'M",'iIr
Phil, and a sister Miss Edna Wll- community
.
colleges.Mr. .
banks, were in Gadmten. Ala. last Mr.and Mrs. LC.: Early are'v"fsltinq
to attend the funeral Mr. and Mrs. Amos Sanford '.jn 0
of Mrs.
Friday
brother-in-law and Mrs. James A. Christmas Astatula from Tuesday to Thursday. Jy.-K- .
FE. Bradbury ,
; 0
spent- Wednesday
,
through. Sunday _
From there they went to Calm with Mr. and ..' a
Mrs. Bill Dockstader Mrs. Janet
Turner and
Mrs. James
Mrs. James
noun, Ga. to celebrate the 25th Blackshear and .Mrs. 0
Bedding anniversary Saturday night and granddaughter In Charlotte, N.C. Mr. and Mrs. JM. Edwards,.Sr.-: Barron visited Miss Kay Turner In W.W. Hood spent last Wednesday and
for Mrs. Jones' brother and sister-in-: Mr. and have moved from W. Madison Street Jacksonville on Sunday. Thursday at St. Augustine Beach.
Mrs.
J.S. Walter of Fort SR-lOOS, next to the
Radio
law, Oscar and Wilma Wilbanks.They Lauderdale Statio a
returned home on Sunday. spent Thursday to Sunday Their son-in-law and daughter,; Mr.; Mrs. Bess Terryell of Farmlngton. Mr. and Mrs C.F. Compton of
with Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrlef
and Mrs. John Pare of Orlando," Conn.lntaylng at the Magnolia Hotel Blacksburg.'S are guests this week
Mrs. Ordy Greenly Is spending a Mrs.visited Moncrief Mrs. Wll Mendetta and Mrs.In Jacksonville Walker visited them over the weekend for here.several! weeks and visiting friends of Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Colson.

month In Los Angeles Calif., visiting on Friday. Friday overnight ., aa
her brother-in-law; and I
sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Hernendez. Joining the atlantic.guest was R.W. Underill of Indi- Mrs.A.J. Barry attended the Southeastern ,
family will be Miss Renee Rodriguez Yarn Crafts Guild district
of Los Angeles and Mrs. Frances Ruiz Mr. and Mrs. Bill Glines and Mrs. meeting In PrattvlUe, Ala. last"Wednesday .; ITTENTION
of Utah. Mrs. Greenly will also visit Thelma Mendoza of Jacksonville and Thursday. She spent
her father Tony Rodriguez In Santa were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Carrie Friday and Saturday visiting her son,,
Cruz,Calif. who is recovering from an Ritch. Drew, at Birmingham Southern The Looking Glass '" aa
automobile accident College In BlrminghamAla.Mr. f. .

Little Women To Hold A Dance April 15 ,. ...' Takes.. Great Pride Introducing a

The Little Women's Club will Admission will be$3 single and $5 per and Mrs. George W. Brown' Ms Chris Sullivan '
visited Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Stoner in
sponsor dance Saturday April IS, at couple.
the club house between the hours 8:30: 12 of the Little Women have volun- Ocala on Sunday. jpto, MASTER COSMETOLOGIST
p.m. and 12:30: a.m. teered to serve. at the May Breakfast .... +at
Plans for the dance Were made'atthe May 13. Mr; and Mrs. IIL. Huiion.'wereln >
April club meetihg held Wednes- On April 17 the Little Women will Orlando on Sunday to visit Mr/ and J Specializing In' Precision
day night April 5, where it was assist the Junior and Senior clubs in Mrs. H.L. Hutson, Sr. and guests, Mr.
announced the Sand Spurs band from collecting items for Joe club house and Mrs. Charles Ewart of Camden, / Hair Shaping For Men
Gainesville will furnish the music. kitchen. S.C. and Mr. and Mrs Jim Hutson. of
Orlando. & Women

Byron Bagwell Celebrated 6th Birthday. April 8 Adrian Kazarian of Orlando spent, / Chris Is Formerly Of a

Byron Bagwell celebrated his sixth his donkey. Trays of nuts and candies last week with her grandparents Sen. Trish's Hair House a
birthday Saturday afternoon April 8, also highlighted the ,refreshmenttable. and Mrs. Charley Johns. Her mother?! \. SEMI-FORMAL
when his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. James Cash, and Mrs. Clara ,
Donnie Bagwell, gave party for him The children were blindfolded and Kuhr called for her on Monday, Gainesville Fla.
and IS friends and their parents at took turns trying to break a Pinata Featuring
their home at 810 S. Cherry street. filled with candy. The youngsters CALL TODAY FOR a "SANDSPUR"
A Mexican theme was carried out In were also given fun pads and Capt. and Mrs. Mickey Dansby and
the decorations for the party-held on sombrero cup cakes as favors. daughter of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. i 'lONE/ a ,From Qalnaavlll "
the lawn. Centering the refreshmenttable Assisting in serving were Mrs. Jim R.O. Danaby of Starke and Stephen rr' ,,-.
was a Mexican decorated birth- Epps. and Byron's grandmothers, Hall of Orlando were Sunday dinner : ;iJ, Of TheGreatest S Saturday
day cake and punch bowl held an Ice Mrs. Margaret Morrison .and Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hall at>. I .1 } ; ti''I.. '..';Experlences'Your'' April 15
mold topped with a Mexican boy and Don Bagwell. Theressa. .' \
: 8:30-12:30:
,' l" :Hair Has. Ever Had I Stark ..

Terry Carver Celebrates 18th BirthdayApril4 Local admittances. to Bradford Call The Woman's Club S
-
County Hospital this week Include:
Terry Carver celebrated his 18th dined, danced, played games and from Starke-Mrs. Lucile Jackson 3M Single 5N Couples
birthday April 4 at a surprise dinner watched old home movies. Mrs. Honor Sweat, Francis Odone, I (bJWUlIlffi! ( ](aoLLULQE J J0'il Sponsored By
party given In his honor by his Assisting In greeting and serving Jr., Albert' Kuening, Norman
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Carver In the guests were Donna Thornton and Harrington, Mrs. Ruby Strickland, Little Women Club
their home on Country Club Road. Kelt! and Vicki Carver. Carlos and Mrs. Ethel Faircloth, Frankie White a..
."The Gangs AU Here" was the, Yolanda Hernandez assited In making and Mrs. Edna Scarborough; from ? (B(3GJU(3ij( (
theme for the where Richard Norton, Daniel
evening 22 guests the party a surprise for Terry. Lawtey-
; Geneva-Dale Painter,
Junior Club To Sponsor Kitchen ShowerJwnior and Robert Hook; ,from\\Keyston .,,442-F W. Madison St.Starke. 0648547

... f' .-.' ,......- '!": ....._Mrs._Mildred, Suther2'r.tkV..rtoMr.. """-:... .. .", ,';. '1'.t.i1
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shower''s bnffibred I Tt t1t{ rwoman'B Cuo and woman ri Ciun Of ) Jwnior Woman's Club) will be held;*j )o.Starice.kr.; \'tI-,, ..Y' ", ; "l'l'i,
Monday evening tlIl1,at 7130
p.m. Dr. Lounette Richardson Jt.S. '
at the club house to provide kitchen Members are planning to attend are D.C.
necessities for the club house kitchen. asked to call Carolyn Autry at 964-6788 Announces The Opening Of
Invited to attend are members of so proper arrangements can be made. Keystone Chiropractic Office KEEP YOUR.
the Little Women's Club, Junior made.
Af{SR-21 North

Hoather'Smith' Celebrates 1st Birthday Mar. 31 I Keystone Phone Shops 473-3604- Suite 5 ALL SUMMER


Little Heather Smith celebrated her 31 at a cookout and party given by her Hoursgam.. 1 p.m and 3p.m. 6pm.

first birthday Friday evening. March parents Morgan, road.Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith on Man., Tues... Wed. &Fri

17 members of the family and 9am. 1 p.m Thursdays
friends enjoyed the occasion. \Excluded JTrrm telephone book]

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Teat-a IE'EUtQW .'

Mr. and Mrs. Elbert E. Hersey of I
TA118 Af
urn I
Starke daughter announce Tori Lanette the birth born of March their i ,

16 at Alachua General Hospital.
Paternal grandfather is Clyde
Hersey of Starke. Says nvL
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. C.W. Crenshaw of Ocala. s
Paternal great-grandparents are .
Mrs. Malanar Hersey of Starke and :
the Mary Rev; Lewis Alford of' Glen St, ON SUMMER WEIGHTS .. _-

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Pam and Thomas R. Talley of
Jacksonville announce the birth of a 500 NON-VESTED VfflX
daughter, Tracy Lynn, April 10 In t

University Maternal Hospital.grandmother is Mrs. J.C. 1 R

Tye..Sr. of Lawtey. Paternal grand .. 5 U'I IS f.E
parents are Mr..and Mrs. Jim Talley
of Starke.Maternal great grandfather
Is Rex. T. Crist of Folkston, Ga. and
paternal great grandmother Is Mrs
J.B.. Talley, Sr. of Pasadena, Texas. $4495 Each

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Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brown of e er
Lawtey announce the birth of a IOn : II r r
Daniel Ray March 23, In Jacksonville
.'
NAS Hospital.Maternal '
grandmother Is Mrs, ;, tBWEtBlE[ ,
Lucille Ivey of Lawtey.Mr. Q .

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and Mrs. John Ramsey of / : ,. '
Starke announce the birth of a 1500 Of '
ForT Month April :
daughter,Casey LeAnne, born April 6 .., ? .

In Paternal Alachua grandparents General Hospital.are Mr. and .A ,I VESTED, SUITS We Will Check Your :':,;'"1.. ..'," .
Mrs. F.M. Crawford of Starke. 1', I..

'Car Or Truck'' .::;r' I :'

Lowell and Jane Fairish of Starke. ,
$5995Each
announce the birth of their daughter, .fl Air Conditioning System ,
Carol Jean, on March 13, in Alachua. "
General Hospital. I I,
Paternalgrandparenta are Mr. and
Mrs. J.F. Parrish of La Crosse.
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and FREEI
Mrs. Harold R. McGee, Sr. of Gaines-

ville. \ .
THE BRADFORD I
COUNTY TELEGRAPH

Published every Thursday 1
at 135 W.:Call Street
Starke.Florida 32091 I., I i "

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at Starke, FloridaSabscrlptIon } lentilSTARKE moss,64.7O0

in trade area year;$4 six months

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PII.TELEGRAPH April IX ItTS i?


i <.Dunn Feels Last of Prison Lamp: rOmises ', ; tAt

rights" COP candidate. Howard
Dana and Democrat! CeaimlUee

:, Being Fulfilled by Campaign for House political nan Gene"WI.Camp.lan .Matthews exchange D 't





Democrats rubbed boulder with his political debut in a hard-hitting northern end of St'Johns, and Dunn Is Florida Council, Boy Scouts of
HnMhUcans and Independents at a campaign for the ath District Florida now engaged In a concerted effort to America and Is the Council's 7-k-1: :
_pIIrtlsan "appreciation party" House aeat now held by Democrat get an active organization in every president-elect He .is a member of the
1 attended by none 200) friends and Frank William "I feel the district area. Marine Corps League, the Marine I.
.Nuppnrtersof('01. Howard Dunn rei.In deserves the best representation it Corp Aviation Association, the U S. ,
the Keystone Height Lions Club can get'* Dunn told hi* cheering With a Campaign fund goal of$5.000 Power Squadron and is a Rotarian _
Siilunluv' night audience "and we're not getting that for the Keystone H.IIt.rea. alone
.. district-wide chairman. / concerned with
now. Dunn Dunn Isparticularly HlsX _
Raymond Starnes. former Keystone the Increasing coat of state government
The "lucky ex-Marine. who till The 25th District Include all of told urday In' the vast seven years
tIUI-NII t.IOI'camp rulrcul. is making Bradford and Clay Counties and the goer mayor that theN Uof this amount hadalready governmental cost have risen 139 percent _

been pledged.: while the consumer price index

rose 69 per cent, he said. Education
Now a resident of Spring Lake,near transportation, and criminal law enforcement
EDITORIAL Keystone Heights, Dunn was a : showed the least increases.the .
prisoner of war for seven years In candidate declared.
Vietnam and feels this test of

endurance was worth all the effort Member of Dunn's campaign
and sacrifice in the fight against Com tearing committee attending the

Missed munism. gathering were Howard Props
Opportunity Park resident and former
Orange
During the deadening boredom of 41
Colorado state 1 legislator Ellinor I
;
life. Dunn said he made three
prison
Bridenstine of Penney Farms, and
promise to himself if he escaped: the
farmer Montana state senator:
youth 'do his own thing ordeal alive-one was to stop Richard Welty of Starke Bill Burch--
It U unfortunate that more every smoking; second. to spread the ;
tcui-hcrs did not take advantage and still give him the abilities he of what life In prison is like; and third story, field, a former state legislator from

nt I hr opportunity to hear Com- will need to cope with life after to help other people. He sees his campaign Duval I County headquarter; and Dot coordinator Donnelly,
graduation" the speaker said. candidacy for the Florida Housed
mLH.si" effort to fulfill the third and last'
Turlington when he spoke at the pro mis* The party was hosted by Mr. and
Knulfoiti I County courthouse The Commissioner emphasizedthat Mrs. Hill Brannon Col. and Mr. J.B

\VilnifMl.iy night of last week. .the ethics, morals, and tradi- Since his discharge from service, Chessington. Mr and Mr. Ray chairman Starnes addresses full house as Dunn and Brannon
tional standards of education. the former Marine aviator has Starnes. and Mr. and Mr, Paul listen In background at Saturday appreciation party.
become actively involved In the North Sleinmetz, all of Keystone Height
This was a rare opportunity for must be passed on from one
generation to the next if our
it".ihrrs. well school official
a* as
*. t 10 hour, at first hand Mr.Turlington's civilization is to survive as we
philosophy, in regard have known it in the past, and as ', :

In trcmN in education, where theKndulum it still exists today, even in its Our Readers WriteHampton

weakened condition due to the
is back Dear Sir'ThI.I.
| now !swinging Concerned citizens are banding
from Ih.II.'X| of permissiveness new permissiveness, not only in together to see if there isn't some way
nil' .In to schools, but in all segments of our is copy of a letter being sent to circumvent this because in incurring
( own thing arv.ixm.ililr
your a groupficials of Hampton citizens
culture. Citizen Call DER Action Unfair such an indebtedness in a
degree of firmness of In Jacksonville. Please printin little town that can't even afford a

aril' emphasis| on the so-called your paper. dogcatcher proper street maintenance -
"ha..i., .,," which Turlington's remarks was that in upon survey for purposes of this loan of little town that is
l assurance a
lr old going
; ;i productive meaningful Department of Environmental It is unfair and ridiculous for the it was announced the water in the well
lift after rlIluiltion.l'c'I'h"I' cases where young people seem Regulation DER to allow over-pollution of New was "of excellent quality" but the under in indebtedness.

to fail or accomplish so little, it is State of Florida. River by Fla. State Prison and Union whole system has to be junked because -Signed by: Helen Jacks. Charles

| it lack, of communication usually because they are not 3426 Bills RoadJackllODvlUe. Correctional Institute, and yet, push of state requirements two Hall. June E. Hall. Hank Loll Jr.
I may IN blamed for the ab- made to realize what is expected Fla. 32207 so hard on a little town of about 400 septic tanks too close to the existing Bertha McIntosh E.G. Saxon. Joyce

M-mi i>f tfiichi-rt, on this occasion. of them,and are made to feel that. people, most of them elderly on a well! Callen. Wallace Callen.
industries
pension. one store, no no
alt hugh notice of Cornnsis.iom it makes no difference whether or : real source of revenue except property disturbed The citizens: of Hampton are of very NOTE To the concerned citizens of
about this most them
Turlington's visit was not they perform up to their full County Agents. taxes .Is being forced to borrow One hundred and fifty-odd signed a Hampton:
I'ric..1 in the the potential. "If we don't expect $564,266 to replace the existing water let '
":! newspaper on petition to the city council to the If you are really concerned about ;
radio :and was posted on some anything of them we're not goingto !'" 4f. Notebook That is the little town ofHampton citizens: vote this question, but were this and want to work to contribute to
situated in out-of-the-
M'hixil luillctin hoard The few get anything in return.; is the 18. an turned down, council saying there was the fund being raised to look into this
that were there however said way the Commissioner expressedit. & I ByBobby way-place on Hwy. nothing else to do but go ahead and matter Hampton having no alternative -
; borrow that much for the
money new but to the old '
For several the citizens were junk water s\'sl. m
years
th.hac! learned of the
meeting that the DER pushing it
system was : and in
Taylor' : told the water was "totally unfit for put a completely new SyslE-Rlltl.
I 1\' wridcnt. from of the EPA It Or that is
only none human consumption" and therefore was pushing this cost please contact one of the
tru-st Mi"r"I'''. Although defending Florida'sresults Phone: 14-4280 Extension some were stampeded. into a petition certainly the impression when a above mentioned
council will the wishes in persons.Helen
in the recent achievementtesting which ultimately got the water go against Jacks
denying what is to be assumed a civil
IU'' that a- it may visit from program as compared to system condemned and taken away right of vote of the ones who Box Ul:!
very
the Stall l Commissioner of similar tests in other states, Mr. I hope you won't consider it "old from the private owner into the hands elected them to office Hampton Kla.

Kducation;" il" rare occasion! and a Turlington left no doubt. that he hat" when I mention two very

distinct honor for town the size was dissatisfied with the results. successful activities that occurred at An Letter The Citizen.a ,
a the 1978 Bradford County Fair. The Open to i
f of.Sliirke.nii the opportunity tonus But he praised the tests them. support and cooperation of-many '''' '" HME ,
"
't with him, question| him and selves. focusing attention of businesses, organizations and .;; ...... Of Clay and Dradfo'rd:.': ,
listen to his present trend of parents and school personnel on individuals was too good not to talk: po : I tOTESBy
about for long time to
"what's happening in our a come.
thinking in these! changing/ times schools" with the. result that This letter Is in reply to the letter to. Florida when they do not vote in the '
is an opportunity which should Of course these two activities were the editor written by Eugene L. county in which they claim
have attracted n larger audience remedial programs have been the Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA Mathews, P.O. Drawer A, Starke exemption. Mary Yearta

of school people than was in evidence undertaken to correct the weak-- Steer and Swine Shows and Sales. The Florida 32091 which letter was printed I 964-0280 .
the Ext. 284
that members
the last nesses where they exist.. Cattleman and Swine Associations In the March 30. 1978 edition of the am suggesting
at week.
meeting of the Lake
Kingsley Property
Bradford
are to be commended for their work Insetting County Telegraph.
Owners Association who claim this as
high standards for the
For one thing, it was interesting Hearing Mr. Turlington speak participants, and for selling youth the First I want to ask a question or their legal home vote for County Spring shopping will turn up
to note that Mr. one might almost think that program to many others in our two for you citizens of Clay and Brad Commissioners who will vote the way summer clothes that are the sweetest

Turlington is in the ranks of the school philosophy has come full counties In such a way to bring about ford Counties, which questions you the citizens want them to vote. Until yet for girls of all ages.
their involvement and may think upon for a few minutes of then if they do not vote in Clay
pendulum swingers who are circle from the days of the participation. your time. County they should not criticize what Summer clothes will have dainh'dt'lails
Three R's on to the era of fanciful the to accentuate the prettiness o'f
County Commissioners do.
heralding/ a return to the "basics" Names of these people and their little girls.
education as opposed to the electives, and now back to the businesses I. Who are the Members of the
or organizations too
are Lake Mr. Mathews stated in. his letter Sundresseswill have
basics again. Perhaps it all Kingsley Property Owners petticoat
to mention. But it
"do goesto numerous
avanle /garde your ownthingers" seems had
they 40 the and
shoulder
Association? supporters at meetingand edgings bows. Tiered
show that. if formula remarkable to that there
me was
who have had one did
an not get five minutes for each and ruffled skirts will be matched
opportunity to demonstrate the doesn't work it's time to try more animals than and enough buyers added for all 2. Doe this Association represent one to express his or her views and with soft tank tops Even shorts will

ineffectiveness of their philosophy another one. donation to animals many on a owners arid residents of Kingsley opinions If each had spoken, this be trimmed with frills.
purchased by
Lake who have lived and paid taxes would have taken and
two two-thirds Spring fashions can be a guide in
in others. In the Steer
Sale total of
recent a 60
years. "Peoplenow there on or before 1938? We have! hours. So. if the ones who wanted the choosing children's clothes but don't
That time is efferent added donations to allS
realize that we cant let apparently now. people
Of zoning passed had spoken this same let the frills and lace alter your good
steers. course many other We believe that any person who has length of
time. It would have taken judgement when buying
the show
people supported
through property already zoned as business twice this time for the County Com Regardless of the current fashion
lonallons of service time
.
or
mon.y.The (beer license and pool room license missioners to have listened clothes should be checked for
north of ISA should be allowed to comfort, growth potential fabric suit.
I :: Unnoticed Notice these activities most gratifying was the mood thing of about the change this to a nice restaurant so I believe our County Commissioners ability and that a man and his wife may go out to know more about operating our The following suggestions will
evenings.Seemed like everyone had a eat without having to drive a far county than the ones who stated our you choose clothes to match' help
n common Interest and enjoyed distance to get a decent meal. Commissioners do not know a spot child's needs. your
working together for a common goal. from a hole in the ground
I heard that several out of Choose comfortable garments that
('<.nid"*rable concern has been to the granting of the permit, it is supporters were impressed with county this members 3.1 would of like the Kingsley to know how Lake many Property As far as degrading the lake front don't restrict your child's movements

\oin-d locally in the past few difficult to see how they could be spirit and promised to,be back again Owners Association claim property. I will say if the members of .Avoid clothes that bind at the

: dsys. mmvrning the possibility of made without the information on next year.I homestead exemption in Clay County the Association put their property up is neck or armhole. has scratchy fabric

the Ihq>artment of Environmental which to base such comments and but vote in some other county.: for sale, they can get more for it than leaves heavy marks.or bulky or has elastic that
Regulation How could must admit that this year's steer what I it is appraised for. Why not sell?
issuing a per objections. a person show and tale was also very special to V they do not vote in Clay County Don't buy garments which are too
mil for Florida State Prison and object intelligently to the dis- me. Many of my friends from and claim exemption. 1 would suggest large.Your child will look strange and

Onion Correctional Institution to charge of effluent that does not Bradford and Union County they read the Statute No. 26 Fla. JUR W.F.Sincerely Cooley yours. the garment also will limit activity

continue discharging! effluent meet state standards unless he or purchased one of the steers for me. Section 27 and also read Statute No. 16 Route t, Box 346 and be unsafe.
front I their !II'walt'treatment she knows what. potential) I'm not sure that I deserve such an Fla JUR Section 7 and 8. I think they Starke. Fla. 32061FORESTRY' The fabric used In a child's garment
honor or tribute but will the law in should be
I do sincerely violating the State of carefully examined.
plant into New River for another dangers are inherent. in such appreciate the gesture. Fabrics that are closely woven or

two >'rir"in. iolation of rules action? knitted will be more durable and will
snit ;standards of the State of Since -the donors to this effort maintain their shape longer;

Kliirid.1.Thv .- How DER demand wished to remain anonymous. I am Garments that stretch allow for more
can compliance
unable. to thank
each of them freedom of movement.
only public notice with state regulations by personally. However I am deeply !' Cottons are comfortable because
given individuals cities, and countiesand indebted to them and would like to IN BRADFORD COUNTY by Hank Cocbran they are absorbent !Man-made fibers
this ;
proposed| action was an obMdirv take this
at the same .time issue a opportunity to publicly. I. such as polyester nylon and acrylic,
item run among the legal express my appreciation resist wrinkling and
permit to another state department are easy to care
uiKtTtisrmcnts in a Jacksonville for prolonged violation of With the Fair and its activities over, for Blends of cotton and man-made

npw"pjprr that attracted little or such regulations? a lot of attention Is now turned to Summer Environmental animals depend on each other to freshness fibers combine comfort and crisp.
mi attention locally. Even the strawberry harvest and a wrap-up of ProgramIn : maintain their survival. Learning
: superintendents| of UCI and FSPwvn' spring planting. :Most crops are" a little over a month school will from first hand experience. you will with In addition fabrics may be treated
I At the very least it seems that looking good and pastures are.- be out. Hurrah! become totally involved about the special finishes-such as
of
the"
unaware proposed DER should have seta beginning to grow things that surround permanent press flame retardant -"
public you.
v
action, and the" local health Today you are probably thinking and soil release-that make
hearing this matter if for
u departments received no notice on no WEn..ed a good production and about how you are going to spend Classes will not be held Inside a them fresher looking and easier to
of tht potential threat to therier. other reason t.han'to inform the marketing year for crops and live-, those idle hours. Oh. yes. A few days brick building. Instead they will be care for.You .
i public of its intentions, rather stock for our farmers to recover froma will be spent with friends at the lakeor conducted In Nature's classroom. In should look carefully at how
.
than relying on,I a "fine print" poor year in 1977. at the beach After a week or two. the woods.In..the water and on the.round. well L a garment I Is made before
"
I Although the legal notice in- notice in an out-of-county news- you will probably get bored and go to deciding to buy. Learn to compare'
Remember that lawns gardens, work to earn some money to buy next price with quality and to determine'
; \'itt'd'Omment'' or objections" paper to get the message across. ornamentals and fruit trees also had year' school clothing. And counties Teams There will be time for recreation what quality Is needed for different
will be
bad growing condition last yearPlantl ,day will be spent in front of the television to organized for students. occasions.And: .

subjected to stresses! from,: wishing. there was something wishing basketball and participate in ping-pong don't forget to have your child
inadequate moisture or fertilizer lend t to do. volleyball. You will be try garments on before buying.
able to '
I t 5R/D4 to have more problems with insects express your Individuality as Children's garments are purchased '
and diseases or another ''" Well there Is something to do! It's well as learning the importance of by size and not age. Your child
4 +s19 is plants that are under goossmgs, continuing your education at the group Interaction., have grown since your 'last shopping may

QCiliii iP4 menl can stand .more pest pressure"S' Summer Environmental Program. If you like fishing, bring" your rod trip, Also, different brands and styles.
N sasses than others. /" operated by Florida's Division, of and reel and tackle box. The lakes and may fit differenUy.

0 : ,Forestry riven are populated with bass and So stretch your clothing dollar this

OC We have'some good fact sheets on Your first reaction may be something bream. spring Shop for fashionable clothes
things ,like proper fertilization, like this: "What? Alter that are also practical.
rION JOHN going to After you have completed your first
BOB Q. FERGUSON M. MllLERPublishers' watering and mowing of lawns
school for nine
Ihatl'can months .
are you suggesting week-long session, you, may wish to
For further
help you. We also have L information
buu.tiJw"on that I go again? concerning'your
attend the advanced sessiort.. This
other plants that cover most of the I household, write to your County
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class. Matter questions or problems I hear, about, Ye{Attending one of the week-long means extended hiking and camping Extension Home Economics Agent'
at the Post Office at Stark, Fla under Act of M.c113. 1879. during the year cessions may be the missing link that through the unspoiled forest !Mary S. year.... P.O. Drawer 1028.

':*< 'r .makes your summer vacation worthwhile If your appetite has been whetted Starke. Florida 32091. or Call 964-6280 .
'Subscription rat* In trade are.7 per YMr.4 sot months Calf or comek. by your. County' for education and adventure'and you Extension 281 iStarke or 496-2321 .'

I OutsUo trade are*: *8 Par.y *r *4M.She Month Agent's office if you would like a copyV, 't' would like more Information ,on the (Lake Butler). This service Is free to
or if wee can help you with your plant You will be able to Investigate the Summer Environmental Program, everyone without regard to. race, ;
Phone .....30. Stark*, Florida care or production program obscure way that trees, sun soil and contact: your county forester. color, or national origin ;:

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Brrpr Caught Bid Award On City Paving ;j ;

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Aa error In computing linear feet Harold fcpps, Charles Schaefer and the city I gives the go ahead. Thera are "
late smrara yards caused the Starke Joe Warren along with city clerk several small Items of repair the.City .
Council to award 2.ft mile repaying' Merrill Edwarda met briefly to la to take care of before the retoppingwill '.,
A bi i,y bit la tha wrong company during the unanimously award the bid to begin he added. \ ,I
j Jr,ina 1'lll1IIu.-c meeting April 4.. Ashland Warren Paving Co. of Streets to be topped are Bay Street i
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M a special called meeting Jacksonville from Sft-tOO to Lafayette; Orange
Thursday, April 6. commissioners During the earlier meeting the Street, from SR-100 to Edward Road; ,,'
council awarded the bid of 143..... Laura Street, from Cherry Street to '
Rabies Clinics '1.74 per square yard,to Jack Baggrtt SK-100; East South Street from .
? Paving Co. of Gainesville. The Walnut Street; Gene Drive, from SJR- '
Set Warren bid, $36,570 was based on UI; SL Clair Street,from Call Street to '
b At /' 1 SaturdayThe 1S.143 linear feet Is '1.46 a square Brownlea; and Pratt Street from US-
yard, according to a Warren spokes 301 to the intersection with Blanding. .,.
annual rabies Inoculation man The total bid of $37,530 Included. The roads will be topped with one Inch !
clinics, sponsored by the Bradford $960 for cleanup. of asphalt. I""
t : County Health Department, are set The Warren representative said the The retopping to be paid out of ,.;
ilex S this Saturday, April 13. at the times company Is ready to brain as soon hs federal revenue sharing funds. .
listed ..... __ I '
and places below: II. 1Ir--LI: -L III
Hampton-City Hall, 8.30-0:30:
am.
Starker-Bradford Square Shopping I
Center, .::45 am, until 12:45: p.m.
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Lawtey-City Hall. 1:30 -3:30 p.m. "We do
InoculatioM will be given at a more \
reduced rate. AH warm blooded pets
V thould be Inoculated annually and all than fill
a owners are urged to take advantage of just I
this service.
Henry w. SMocH _
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1 and According Rehabilitative to the Services Dept. of Health rabies out tax forms. We can j 1

has been a problem in Florida since
the 1900's Hundreds of domestic help save money.:' r
animals infected with rabies were you
reported to haw bitten people,a large

Roy Jackson leaps to safety off farm tractor (right>)> before It was hit by oncoming vehicle. majority four fatal of human these were cases children.occurred Up each to People don't come to H&R Block just to have I

year through the 1920's, 30's and 40's ,their tax forms filled out. They come because 1
Man with the last case in 1958 for a total of
Hampton Leaps to SafetyRoy 73 deaths since 1900. Cases occurred Block can help them save money. We dig

.- .- each month of the year with peaks In every honest deduction and credit.
Wade Jackson' of Hampton of Raiford, was stopped behind the striking the Tucker vehicle in the April, August, and November. The Reason No. 1 H&R Block should do
Minton vehicle. estimated damagesat majority were from the why for"j
escaped possible death or serious Injuries right side. Police northeast and j
Friday night when he leaped to FliP reported Mlnton backed up to $500 to the Tucker vehicle and $800 central areas of the state. taxes. '
safety just before his farm tractor return home for lunch money for a to the Norman vehicle. < .. ,
was hit 1 broadside by an oncoming passenger and backed Into the Thorn- Police also investigated an accident, Even though there has been a
vehicle driven by Allen L. Birt of ton vehicle. Minton was charged with at noon April 4. Leo Paul Ricard of :decrease \uv, domestic animals H&R BLOCK'THE : :'
Hampton. improper\? backing. Went Palm Beach pulled out of Infected with rabies In the past decadeor ,' ,;
According to the Florida Highway Starke Police reported parked car McDonald's onto US-301, Bruce" Allen so, there has been a rise in wildlife INCOME TAX PEOPLE .. ,, '
Patrol report Jackson was charged owned by Clemens L. Hallman of Barnes traveling north struck the Infections, especially In gray foxes, 2 Convenient Area Offices I ''
with the accident "driving on the Starke was struck by a vehicle driven Ricard vehicle In the left front. raccoons and yellow bats. It is
wrong side of the road." by Harold R. Higginbotham Jr. of Police estimated damages at$150: to suspected that these wildlife animals Starke Fla. Keystone Heights
Bid,along with his four passengers Lawtey when It was parked on Adkins the Ricard vehicle and $200 to the will Infect and reestablish rabies in .
also escaped serious injuries, but St., April 10. Police reported $100 Barnes vehicle.An domestic animals again soon If annual 118 N. Walnut St. In Monitor Building
damages to his 1977 Chevrolet were damage to the Hallman vehicle. accident April 3 at Weldon Street vaccinations are Ignored. 473-2777
extensive. Rudolph Jerome Lennon of Starkewas and SR-18 did $100 damage to a 064-8280
The 1969 International farm tractor charged with careless driving vehicle driven by Phyllis Lyone Then were over 60 animal bites last Open 9.e Weekdays Saturday 9-4 Open Monday. Friday 10-2(
was completely totaled out the total April 10 in an 11 p.m. accident on Warren and no damage to the vehicle year' reported to the Bradford County Saturday 9-12
amount for the two vehicles set at Walnut Street. Police reported driven by Hesley Delmar Griff. ,both Health Department This figure may
$3,500. Michael Wayne Schllpp of Lake City of Starke. Police reported Warren Imply that If rabies Is reinstated In the No Appointment Necessary
The wreck resulted after Jackson parked his car when it caught on fire was stopped at the Intersection u domestic animal population again .
unloaded his tractor from a trailer and Lennon traveling north on Walnut Grlffls approached from the rear there may certainly be tragic results
and backed it into the east bound lane struck the Schlipp vehicle In the left hitting the Warren vehicle. for Bradford County'u__
of SR-18 just one quarter of a mile rear. Alfred Durwood Huff of Gainesville '---
west of SIHOO.Danlta Starke police investigated an April 4 was charged with careless drivingand I
Sparkman, a passenger In accident involving Joseph Edward Kirk Allen Minton of Raiford I
the Birt vehicle, stated they couldn'tsee Tucker and Jeffery Lane Norman, charged with violation of right of way I Iin ,
the tractor In the road until their both of Starke. an AprU 2 accident. J IIIIIIIiI IIIIIl1IIIIIIIIIII1Illll ll lllllllllllllllillUlllllfllllUMlllllw
headlights reached It. "Then It was Police charged Tucker with violation Police reported Minton was exiting! .
too late to stop," she said. of driver's license restriction and .from McDonald' across US-301 Into'
She also stated that if there were Norman with failure to yield right of Bradford Square and Huff southbound FABRIC SHOPS
any lights on the tractor, they were way. Police reported Tucker was on 301 applied brakes leaving 78 feet I
not visibly to them apparently because crossing SR-230 north to south and of skid marks striking the Minton
of its sideways position in the Norman was eastbound on SR-230 vehicle in the.passenger door. '

highway.Other passengers in the Dirt car,. n fabrics
besides Miss Sparkman, were Susan CORRECTION OF AD THAT RAN IN APRILS, ISSUE OF TELEGRAPH go everywhere J

Bedell, Richard Hall and Ronny '\j r;... :, .. t'>'' .._*..t "",
Jones.They were headed to a church : '
sofjbaU TYypfb, : tile..fcggggBirt ;!' : ; As A Candidate For An Elected Pufcllo 6fffe' 'car 1I'""' -vie.i.'c' ."r, '' 'tow' !. ,. '"., iI.1'1''.
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\- low prices
> there are......things the people should..InterestedIn at
received a sprained knee ano knowing about me.The following' .."' ...my...11...end principle. *tI ,
whip lash; Miss Sparkman received a .......................................................................... .
sprained ankle and Miss Bedell received -
I am a firm, believer In' punishment far the rlnw*of murder rape,and kMnapptnoj.All .
facial lacerations. ......................capital..................,....................,....................... I
Back seat passengers, Hall and
bruises. criminals' should bo given, """,.".treatment and m.gospel, Jesus etr'! '.'. '.,
Jones All ,were received transported only to the Brad- ..................................................................................... ," 1 rs1s
ford County Hospital where they were A nation$ Mat will not k*governed by Ood will eventually bo fovormd by tyrants.Any I' <
treated and released. ................................,......................,............................. III h..

Jackson was charged with drivingon type of gun registration or filiation' that restricts the. ownership" of II,.."" ..It anaiMt
to the. criminal. .
Free
road. moo own turn slaves 110""
Other the wrong accidents side of reported the by the ...........,...........,........................,....,..............................

FHP were: Freedom and "morality' are .....,.'.b....
A Wlnnebago driven by James N. .,........,....................,....................................................

Shaw of Bangor, Maine parked at The power of ta.atlon.especially me federal" Income tax.la as dangerous .. me neutron
Stuckeys, Monday,April 10, caught on bomb,Is able. to oostroy the' population without' damaging me buildings.Zoning .
fire when gas got between the outer .../Ht..NwN..aEigMU/NVM..AM..gN.N1..NNI/LH..IN..N/. ...
skin and the inner panel'causlnlC ; .. .
turtles: The hot exhaust pipe. causedan ; Ii we have It ';';';.i.lie'vleloMon'.,f ftw'Constitution; ; 'of The Untied'Mates :d" W
explosion. an Infringement an the. rights" ef the'Individual. prepjarty._1'. Lii-'iiZtE1 (

Damage was $1,000 to the camper. ..0..................__..................
Norma Shaw received slight bum on e flM h11 : f' a
the foot,and was treated on the scene, If you feel,the. same way about these matters I would$ appreciate your consideration. when It A
said the FHP.Virginia comes time to cast your vote.Pfllll <
Green Minton of Raifordwas ,............................,
charged with Improper backingin
an April 7 accident The FHP reported III MCslC ,Candida.fxram+rammlulener.dIltrktbMdhrdcwdy.. .

Minion was stopped at a stop (.....1.................1...A-
sign at the Intersection of Circle Road
and SR-16. Cynthia Carlton Thornton Pd for by J.K. MlIII..... Campaign" Treasurer,


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Nt.et are last .. W Was...-.e....... ..assae.ag moats'foK.h.kr. ......... ..tart sprw ,:llx
rose. r fact feasts ......amts o..tIIJ ....... ,J,. *.}. Me**.sta am IIIfC fMtkn aecounr tapes 75
.tpteW7 E' .. ....Man Pesess.w. PIdr IIIc avant ... day. so see'a0ag wttk the snu>H plots (Mng nit
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fill ltasto..in. c.a.a y r per ...... Lkgrd (Briflfisat >
Catsor. baaaayatkdba II"., .......- Ma &MM berries Iree tb* local area ....' .S1.:* horn
Mrs, I. M- M fear taro a. 54 c:: oath far err yeas rw m .a are twang sold to Ibis slain stares Qsrtcr Betewrw. 12
Parfctr 4*. M ttarfce floe .... ...,. Mss .. WiaI>tu.; Fond Fair sad Pfegty-' ""j i Morris, CSrUr. Jr.. g acres;
)"ttipCr( **!* .-. One ic. ,.(,pn/sea*E000::;: aJ Wlosly. Konoaa saud. Berries art Buddy Norman, g acre. Luther
petals|MK4: tor. a 4kepert deatsn. Ibe..,..a ao...oaaMid in... ....a Oat Maperators HtOUrd cres; DarrcU Milliard. 4 '
.M4 Ml US the witt* III MnMhcrTfc .add s.a*#MI apa111p: Is rat staods.foe acres;Lent Starling 7 acres; Marcus
e re was sH I*tar far i.edlbmRL"' iCorroaaicnraownbed JtoJey. J.T Padgett and Tommy
owe whirs. jeered ....... M be pacftvedHwrght red Cason on 1ft..11'10 west uf Surfc. the
...,..M tat yard fart fnVn. : *y sW favwred few (r..* Mssea Ttwday ats .netorriag tea* late Crandson at long-time strawberry
eas umd the rase to&tats..u.r Wit"c Pelertas. nytitrl sass! varmf wWria bead Ode frat beck until rawer Oasis Cason.Cer'S .
land_ ., .4ridl.ae "Tf""w.h aM gue.,lam a* these past ... w b.etb.ttrs.. III Ins.. drxcwst" tar county mired its: peak selling have all planted mostly
have Florida
Sequoias and most some
yr Less from
wbra is
Mrt Petersa period CMDpetztkM
Pcterua said if 0* .. ........ p.ad Ibe sootb as Larose.tag there but still Bells. TiMt Bells has overloaded with
of the
tkvtm.et" MO tenser ate ..1CIIIr'f1fIt't tavent come .. furtbrr mrtb. fruit and lack tM size Sequoias
tare MUM, l. tee entered. 'OMQ CemcuwttJ bwtrto- The tad. late sprang baaed seen Tuesday and Morris
Bradford County Par a4 a large r.gs* bie gar**. Flu Qrjr la keep pK-fctng berries and Both the Normans their berries this
watt<< 4ItJJ009.. User is still ptcotr of fruil CIII the Carter Jr.;say Bradford year
w -..tart there, Norman said be is are about as pretty as
Mist awry' yon .( a berries ever come
PoItAac wauu&itow rviabtnj .* IrfdBecmn kt Bradford Countr<< is just What the growers need now Is a
...,.h. Mr", rVftrrwM sa. (_ about a thing of the past ItH serer good rain and a little cool weather. If
njury ant id bcaHfc" tc Art easy bigxer it may get smaller." that comes picking could go GIltl l into
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Mr. Mary KDca Pfttrtum .&..*. .pedal tree. cr-m-jtO** rot to tW
rrt yard W bra IMMta s. Patter IA. !. Surfce. EatS III W seerr raw and convicted wrongdoing this SFCC Set
Registration
IIIIfaItft IW yard Ian a tIW7. occurs at ail levels of government and !
snnuid not be interpreted as an indictment : .
of the entire S'Stftn.nwse are Tonight at BUS
s L'ARCNEWS indrrkkial cases,and as far as I know
FROM SCNSMLVE ACRES there has been coUegial -
no wrongdoing
FLORIDA I Finn of all __re h ppy to say that by the cabinet as a whole." the There will be an evening registration
the Health Improvement Program Comnumoner said. period for Starke classes for the
THEATRE ,HIP will to in full wing until During the question and answer Spring term a\ Santa Fe Community
September o( 1979 The new grant period. School Board member Pat College from ft-8 p.m. tonight
CaN Walnut application: to keep it going, arebring Spengler asked about the possibility Thursday. April 13) at the Bradford
Stark 964.5451 *A of devising a cost living index that
Earl M 111 La_bas left. 10 work at would be more fair in relation to The veterans advisor will also be
Friday Sat. & Sun the North Florida Treatment Evaluation funding the state's smaller and poorer available Thursday night.
Opler Good hick Earl!
Bradford. She
counties such as
1 11r1 BPHT Rl'DotDSb1I We were fortunate in replacing Earl questioned whether it was actually
w.lh! Ken Austin who brings wealth less expensive to live in a small JuniorClub Retains
of experience with him from s previous than that
county a large one. staling
position with Escambta ARCL'rxter most costs the and
were tame some 1978 Officers For'79John
i Ken's and Rebecca
guidance
6/ even higher In _-metropolitanana.
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Q s sL Stark' direction we are starting a .
or number of brand new concepts. Turlington said an economist is Schmidt presented a programon
J : ; The clients will be manufacturing currently employed by his department the Alachua County Youth
PLUS culvert pipe! : This is an ambitious to study this complex: matter, orchestra at the Junior Woman's Club
program and will not only prove but offered no encouragement that final meeting for the 1977-78 year last
CLINT EASTWOOD profitable but will teach: the client a results would strengthen the small Monday. April 10.
meaningful vacation. The orchestra will be performingfor
d county position. Under the weighted
d THUNDERBOLT We have Just finishedmnp. FTE system now in effect for state the fifth graders on Thursday.
nNtAArMs asN planting and in a 1 .we funding.Bradford County, with a cost April 27.with the first performance to
rj'NbrhONin6. Ark COND,1IONNGr will be harvesting our watermelons of living index of 93.26 per cent. gets be at 10:30 and the second performance -
._ ". .'r '. ",4' Awiabi4 ,f. .'r camel/ ea. corn tomatoes and $775 per student while Dade County to begin at 1:30: p.m. The
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di 6r r g'qit flowers with an index, of 107 gets 1884 per club had an opportunity to listen to
I -. 1.45i J We welcome Alfred Thomas as a student. their beautiful music at the meeting.
I .' 4 r ,A 1 loo DRIVE IK! new client and wish him well in our Mrs. Spengler.maintained this was It's nice to know that this type of
301 program. Please come by and visit us basically unfair and that the state culture is available to Bradford
and 301 South sometime should reimburse counties equally for County and we hope to see more of it
pickup
Starke 964-7484 an students, regardless of where they in the future.
attend school. The Junior's will be having their
(;Ot pel Sin Set April 15 Two other board members J.T. annual installation banquet at the
Fri Sat Parrish and Vernon Starke Golf and Country Club, where
f"" Pannenter.
$50
\ a or awards will be given to various
r ',9 !JOE DON BAKER Dave Mellon. and the Songsmen FTE questioned in favor the practice of non-academic of weighted members in the club It was voted on
r Quartet will be featured along' with at last night's meeting to keep the
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such vocational-technical.
the Frampton Family at the First courses, as 1977-78 slate of officers for the club
cash indicated this dollar benefit
$100 They
United Methodist Church
Gospel Singon
PEEPF tend vo-tech year 197879. Other awards were also
Saturday. April 19, from 7 to*pm.Refreshments might emphasize voted at the meeting .
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courses in the schools at the expensed
will be served
-- by the basic academic course. The Junior's would like to apologize
Methodist Youth in the Fellowship to Mrs. Connie Payne owner of"The
refund. PLUS Hall following/ the Turlington agreed that "Vo tech
program. Looking Glass" beau'y salon in
students must know how to read and
'-II I E.r.lPT.rb..-"-. The community is invited to attend. write also." Starke. for not making mention of her

( 1 "',1",r"! ,II'' ','J" I'IU eHi-qn, IJ' m'(1..rrti1r. : ty Is prior to the Strawberry Queen
',' 'i I. 'r\ ',1\1' 'J t '1'1"-.r /'JU' rJrp''i-I, Nairn it", h"ill. SWl.yN'azne" Pageant or in the program. Without
rirMiiW Connie the girls would have been a bit
r.'.r. '.r' EU" Cit? whotrr-" 1"9 V'Ip.m b"'III'f'' Feb
on the helpless side. She
was
."" ,. 1m .onutIlJ'HrIIJ, ..,...- ruary 1 and April, 28 1978 ..---- JIM'S thoughtful in giving of her time very and
r 41"" W ., motet that % right fof 19781 Got $50 with, Ihf --------------- STYLINGCENTER sincerely sorry for not mentioning her
1')1" house D'lu model $100 with the name. We trust that Connie will not
Sun Mon hold this oversight against us and that
flay flOW snot yet a ".If," inliiml high' tficiency:; Far utiv/ : she will favor us with her time and
""IJI.I ,In,in GE tif\nit\ mmlp,1( S411or 964-6394: talents in the future. Until Septemberof
this the Juniors will be
year
Call today for a home survey & estimate. FREE! Jel1fr m gt'Jf e Personalized Hair Styling For Men rest from community activities takinga

w l1z* however. they will be looking forwardto
starting up again in September.The .
GORDON CONDITIONING
AIR [!to. cola MM'* IMdNlglf LADIES & MEN hostesses for the evening were
II_./101OO'0ICtJIII, ,Nua ; '. eoaiY LOOK .)Irs.., Larry Crawford '.and Mrs:
TCESWU Freeman Register III.
& HEATINGHwy PLUS fCRMJ
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DEVIL'S Facials $2O

100 Between Starke &
Keystone EXPRESS REDKEN For Men & Women
473.4777
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SPECIAL LOW PRICESon era 9646394RABIES 301 North ter. r4




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SAVE UP TO $2,2OO i fW. CLINIC Technical Nettles Completes Training

Pfc.Michael Nettles son of Mr. and

.'". got oth.r bargain machine in stock Mrs. Herman Nettles of Starke
at I TOWN DATE TIME PUCE 1 graduated from Chanute Air Force
prices you'li find hard to boll.v.. Com .eo, come Base. Illinois In February; aftercompleting
SAVE! HAMPTON 4-15 8:30-9:30: : City Hall twenty weeks of technical

Truck Load Oil Sale for Use in Ford MF Deere training Pfc. Nettles Is now assigned to 90th

Internat'l Others Ile STARKE 4-15 9:45: 12:45: Bradford Square Field Missile Mamteanance ,

Squadron.Wyoming. F.E. Warren'AFB.,

Nw 5 Ft. 3 Pt. Tand.m Harrow $,tbS $299 LAWTEY 4-15 1:30.3:30 City Hall PIc. Nettles was a'I976 graduate of
Don't make a Bradford High School.I. .
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S Nw 1 Row Cultivator w/Sw..p pes $99 deal until you

New Slngl! Disc Harrow $25 $245 e. uee ., ,f
TTOM
New Col 1 Row Planter A Fart. J349l, $225 1e j Rabies Shots Given At :

Maw 5 ft. 3 Pt. Stash HOI Type Mower JS8I' $350 : ,

e Nw 6 Ft. 3 Pt. R.ar Blad* ,,.J.IIS $1 4 5 ri..with M>bl.payment Financing t 'j Special Clinic Prices. CALL s

e Nw 3 Pt. Cran $S
Boom $39 plan to suit you. I.i, SOC)34 p 4
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(Price. Good Thru April 28)) '. Feline Distemper Vaccination For Cats &
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Sunday Phone bet /
: 782-3300 Barbecue "
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10 a.m,Worship Services Ham. and rr .t / french fries, buttered corn, banana
pm. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 with her parents. Mr and Mrs. Ben of Jacksonville Bear ; verted' .their pudding, mik.TUESDAY _
m; YPE Friday at 7 p.m. McCulley mother, Mrs. Joyce : Chicken with noodles 1I
EVERGREEN BAPTIST' : Sunday Mr. and Mrs: James Milliard, of Miss Elizabeth Terry.. n'SunayLAWTEYSCHOOLNEWS green sweet peas fruit ,
'School 10 am, Worship Services na" Jacksonville spent Saturday after- night ..\ \ .tru and 7pm. Training Union p.m, noon with Mr and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs "' milk.. "
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. Mr. Joyce Futch returned to her / WEDNESDAY: Blackeye
FAITH BAPTIST CIIUKCII: Radio home In Blackshear; Ga., on Monday Mrs Anderson's and' :,$Mrs.Starling' with rice stewed cabbage, peas J
Program on WPXE'at 8 after cUssea'Just cornbread. pears,
a m Sunday. spending some time with her kindergarten : butter, milk.
Bible School 10 a.m. Worship Services sister, Miss Elizabeth Terry She completed a unit on time! i The TlltlR8DA Roast beef
11 a.m, and 6:30: p.m, Prayer Meeting wishes to thank each and every one children worked .with*. Jndivjdualclocks ( gravy, mashed I potatoes, green with
Wednesday at 6:30.p.m. for their prayers, cards, and visits onlhe hour and hall hourUThey\: beans peaches, rolls, butter milk. \
a%FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: while here.May God Bless each one of also learned a poem about time 41: FRIDAY Egg salad on lettuce teal,
Sunday School 0-43: am. Worship you. Ms. SUberman's. class .has been potato chips buttered peas and
Services 11 am and 7:30: p.m, Mr and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and Chris discovering spring; They' have carrots, applesauce, cheese bread
Training' Union '6:30: pm. Prayer were Sunday dinner guests of their learned to recognize and Identify the sticks, milk. 11y
;Meeting on Wednesday at 7-30: pm. parents Mr and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. changes bf spring In their urroundmgs. .
;,11 GRACE UNItED METHODIST Mr. and Mrs. Mike Toole and baby Classroom activities
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.: Worship spent Friday afternoon with Mr and included making Spring collages, STARKE
Services 11 .a.m. and 7:30: p.m, Choir Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. flying kite they made, and a Spring
Practice at 7 p.m, Methodist Youth Mr and Mrs. Ben McCulley spent walk \
Fellowship Wednesday at 7:30 pm. Sunday afternoon with their aunt, The class had the pleasure of havingher
United Methodist Women met at the Mrs. Nora Grider in Putnam twin sisters, .Elisa and Julie' as ELEMENTARYCongratulations y
church Tuesday April 4th with Mrs. Memorial Nursing Home in Palatka. helpers in the classroom: Her sister John David Franc. left front, ii I the champion' speller at Starke j, "
Wilma Wainwright presiding. Mrs. Lane Carter of Miami .spent the were visiting from MiamI 'Thursday Elementary.Tracy Davis,right frost Is the runner-up. Other clam champion
Esther/ Porreca gave the Devotional, weekend with his mother Mrs. Lois and Friday, and they enjoyed their /! are In order to the who participated In the BE spelling bee are: Second row- Ron Willis. Calvin J
after which the business was taken Carter. visit to Lawtey Elementary. following boys and girls who took part Thorns, and Clarissa llernandei. Back row- Doug Samons, Bobby llolden, 1
care'of and the meeting adjourned. Mrs. Leon Wilkerson Timothy Mrs. Dobbin's and Mrs Tougaw's in the School Spelling Bee Tuesday, and David Bowman.
Next meeting will be Wilkerson. and Mrs. Joan Jones have been 'exploring April 4 1978 John David
Tuesday, April second grades : Francis, lines, scenery, props and cobtumes. WEDNESDAY; .It Braised
18th at the home of Mrs. Mildred Cox, attended Miss Collene Wllkersons the five senses through films, filmstrips Tracy, Davis, Calvin Thomas, This seems to be a very exciting event beef on rice, steamed April cabbage: carrot I
on Little Santa Fe Lake near Waldo. Wedding at Duluth Minn, on March ,books and pictures A party tor Clarissa Hernandez, Ron Willis. for our 5th graders The program is sticks, pumpkin pie cornbread, milk. :
HUillLANU BAPTIST: Sunday each of the senses is planned for the Bobby llolden, David Bowman and '
30th.Mrs. Monday, April 17, at 7.30: p.m. in the Till H.SIM V. April 2O: Fried
School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 Truman Norman, her mother, coming weeks. Doug Samons. John David Franciswas school cafeteria First there will be a chicken, mashed<< brown ,
potatoes ;
a,m. and 6pm, Prayer Meeting Mrs. Carl Prevatt, visited her One of the reading groups has been, the winner, with Tracy Davis as short tTO business meeting.The gravy field fruit roll, milk.
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. grandson and wife Mr. and Mrs. studying different countries. Denny runner-up. John David and Tracy fourth and fifth graders during FRIDAY,peas April ZII cup.Tuna salad
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LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday School Tommy Harper and family in Starkeon Thompson of Mrs. Dobbin's class went to the County Spelling Bee last music class are learning to play the lettuce,buttered peas, jello with fruit
10 sin, Worship Services 11 a.m. and Sunday afternoon. / brought in some chopsticks and a Thursday at the County Office Ukulele The third graders are potato chips, cheese roll milk ,
7:30 p.m, Prayer Meeting Wednesdayat Mrs. C.R. Mozingo, her daughter serape. The students enjoyed We are now on the final week of the working on "Mary Popping" and ,
7:30 p.m.NOltTlISIDE. Mrs. Mickey Litchfield and her demonstrating the meet chopsticksand Campbell Soup lat el drive. We will let second graders on "Bambi," Students In Mrs Adklnson's and
BAPTIST Sunday daughter Michele, all of St Stephens modeling the serape. you know as soon. as possible who the Several of Mrs. Haas's students will Mrs. Heddlsh's fifth grade classes
School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 S.C. spent the weekend with theirbrotherInlaw Mrs. Sexton's and Mrs Tatum's grand winner Is Wish we could have be taking part in the Special Olympics Mrs. Hoffman's and Mrs. Patrick's
a.m. and .,7pm, Prayer Meeting and sister, Mr. and third grade classes have been busy more than one or two winners because District Track and Field CompetitionMeet fourth grade classes and Mrs. .
Wednesday, 7 p.m. Mrs. Gene Pearson. this week sprucing up their class- everyone has worked hard at In Ocala Saturday Anrtin ,- Reddings third grade class were i'
SMYRNA MISSIONARY BAP. Mr. and Mrs. Geo Kelly attendedthe rooms 'with spring mobiles of birds, collecting these labels for our school. LU'o! (' MENU! given: the opportunity to join the distinguished ,
TISTi Sunday School 10 a,m. Worship Masters Golf Tournament in butterflies and flowers. They have Dates to remember: April 721MONDXY. club of the Independent,,
Services U a.m. and 7 p.m. BTS 5:45: Augusta, Ga., last Thursday and also been working on MeasurementUnit School group pictures will be taken, Investigators
p.m, Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 returned Sunday night. In Math and the boys and girls' Thursday, April 6, 1978 CTBS tests April I7:, Bar-B-Q on Mrs. Rachel Thomas from Gainesville ,
p.m. Mr; and Mrs. Jack Brassell, Srr have had so much fun going aroundthe will be given next week to all grades, bun buttered corn, string beans. visited these classes to talk about
their son and daughter-in-law Mr. school campus measuring everything kindergarten/ through 5th. Parentsyou yellow cake with chocolate Icing, independent Investigators using the
PERSONALS: and Mrs. Jack Dirrell Brasseli. Jr., in sight ; might put a reminder on your milk. dictionary and encyclopedia The
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hardee of were guests of their mother and Miss Cuttlno's fifth grade class Is calendar that April 17.,will be. our next TUESDAY; April IH: Meat sauce children have acquired some new '
Highland are the proud parents of a grandmother, Mrs. Truby Wainwright busy congratulating one of their PTO meeting. with spaghetti garden salad cheese skills and will probably all become
son, Michael DeWayne, 9 Ibs, 15 oz., for a week. Both Families have number, Amy Roark, for winning the Household Learning Hint: slice, apple crisp, french bread, milk outstanding club members.! .
born Wednesday April 5th in Riverside moved to Florida from Stanley, Va., Bradford County Spelling Bee. On Numbers are Everywhere:
Hospital Jacksonville. Grand and plan to live In Starke. April 29th, Amy will represent As you and your child are riding in
parents, are Mr and Mrs. Cecil Mr. and Mrs James D. Kelly spent Bradford County at the District the car,, walking down the street,
Hardee and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sunday with their mother, Mrs Susan Spelling Bee In Jacksonville. Good shopping or even at home point out all ,
Carter, of Clay Hill. Williams, of Chiefland to help her luck Amyl! ', .,. the numbers you can find Such as: 17EUL( $ 1 'i QOQaaaoStarkee (
Mrs Harold Eunice was a Saturday celebrate her floth birthday. Congratulations also to Debra Street numbers, speed of a car,
dinner l guest\ of her daughter Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G.C. Stanley, 'of Orleman (or winning the class "BookWorm" license plate number, traffic signs, i Own Bakery
Ronnie Motsley and daughter Tammy, Crescent City, spent the weekend with Contest and to.Lynn. Giddens, house or building number, length: of 138 East Call St. Starke
of Maxville. While there, they visited their mother, Mrs. Bessie Watts, and the first runner-up sidewalk, price tags, volume of TV, 964-5890
Mrs. Eunices sister Mrs. Pansy her son and daughter-in-law! Mr. and Mrs. Becker's class has been estimating. amounts (beans in a jar),
Knight Mrs. Barry Watts. writing stories about exciting walking strides, temperatures,
Miss Donna Springer, of Auburn- Mrs. Leonard Melton and children adventure Regina Eunice (inside and outside), telephone j Vienna Jelly 8"Layer.
dale, who was visiting her, grand- Bland weekend with Mrs. Irene and Ricky Norman wrote quite numbers, hat sizes, height and widthof 1
.parents Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle, and children of Miami. creative tales about being caught by a wall, radio and TV dials, page
of Worthington Springs, spent Mr. and Mrs Daniel Wilklson and witches when Bill Stewart told of :numbers, weights of objects, numberof Bread Donuts' Cakes
Thursday night with her Aunt, Mrs Dana and their brother, Rodney sighting a UFO. The class is readingThe jogging steps, distances. Items in
Pierce Crews. They enjoyed playing Riddle were Sunday dinner guests of Mystery of Morgan Castle. drawers, objects passing by.
Bingo at Florida State Prison, Mr and Mrs. Donald Wilkison. P.E. students of the week Third Starke Elementary would like to .
Itaiford. on their way to Lawtey on Mrs. Mary' E. Springer, of Grade-Keith Heaton and Lisa welcome Mrs. Pam Mitchell to our '
Thursday night Auburndale, niece of Mrs. Pierce Griffis, Fourth Grade-James Box school. She will be interning with Mrs 55C 2/29' $269
Mr. and Mrs, Jack Estes, of Brunswick Crews and her daughter Miss Donna and Sherry Herndon; Fifth Grade- Carol Redding for the rest of the .
Ga., were Thursday overnight Springer and Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Lamar Crews and Valarle Randolph; school
I guests of Mr and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Pringle, of Worthington Springs, Sixth Grade-J.C. Bradley and Angie year.MUSIC NEWS Loaf .:
Mrs. Gladys Thompson, her spent Saturday afternoon with their ''Coleman; Seventh Grade-Anthony Only less than a week Is left before White Or Chocolate
daughter-in-law Mrs. Gene Thompsonand sister, Mrs. Pierce Crews. Williams and Donna Thornton P.E. 'our 5th grade program of Hansel and fo"
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children, Bruce and Dana, of Mr.and Mrs. Bennie Ayers, and Mr. Class of the Week, is Fourth-, Grade .Crete!.,'Every on Is busy working onk I New Store Hours Tues-Sat 0.3OAM-6P.M.C/osedSurMvTon: / .
I KI }simmee' spent the weekend with and Mrs .Robert Shuttleworth and .., '.: '., :J ,. >..rr. r*.Wii. ?._ '_w_.
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j Mrs.' Gladys'Thompson's sister, Mrs. children of Jacksonville attended
I Flossie Rosier services at First Baptist Church, on
Mrs. Tommy Barnes and children Sunday TRAVEL ADVENTURE
I went to Bryceville to visit their Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hardin of EDUCATION
cousins, Mr and Mrs.,Jasper Barnes, Cincinnati, Ohio spent the weekend See Chief Kelly US Navy Recruiting rdei
I recently.Mrs. with their brother and sister-in-law, I Station Starke :
Pierce Crews'took her niece, Mr and Mrs Manuel Stephens and Monday 10 A.M. TII 2 P.M.
back mother, Mrs. Maude Stephens
Miss! Springer, Worthington 2/10
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I First ;Baptist Library Provides Episcopal Pilgrimage April it.,,+':u


Many Services to CommunityIn The Annual Spiritual Pilgrimage- The program, the 10 ..m.. Charles*"
+ sponsored the Episcopal Churchwomen presented by Rev. -
t of the Diocese of Florida will Hotchkiss on "Faith Grace aDd '
connection with National Library director of the media center, who be held the third week of April. Ministry" based on Romans 123-8.; /'Ni; 'V
week the First Baptist Church of travels to Jacksonville each week to brief business meeting will be held ,'j p
Starke Is observing Church Media l find books that have been For the Gainesville convocation the during lunch
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Center EmpNial Week April 9-lfl in by members of the community. meeting will be held on' Friday April Both men and women are Invited lo 1.
hopes that the Starke Community will The Church will use the month of 21, at St. Michael's Church Gainesville bring a sandwich their Bible,and join
take advantage of the many cervices April toemphaslze the theme "Enrich beginning with coffee and re us for a day of teaching, fellOw. J
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community"Pastor ant said. members with books and other f.f.'I
"Wewant the people to used,not just materials.

our own people, but the whole According to Mrs. Norman, many t.L !
community. high school and college students use Mrs.Muriel Norman and Pastor Ben Bryant examine a new addition to, the : IflI
The library which was awarded the center's resources to compile data media center "
Distinguished i
Recognition by the and writeterm papers. rr- l
Church Libra Department of the The library la open Sunday from 9 t
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Southern Convention offers a.m. to 11 a.m. and then from noon to METHODIST YOUTH ACTIVITF!=; .' '
many services to the community. The 12:20 again from : w __ .''JJ
center can. Mme 8opeen from
cassette provide. filmstrips p.m. the library la Senior Youth: Todd Denton ,aye. Junior Youth: Mrs. Dorothy Denton '
tapes games pictures. 9:30a.m.to 11 a.m.Tuesday from 9:30 and Mrs.
: the devotion at Sunday evening's Sybil Dempsey met with the 11"
pamphlets records, study guides sll!'... to3:30 p.m. and Wednesday from 9:30 meeting. The youth completed their junior group Sunday evening. Newly ,N
materials.Not magazines, and other to 11 a.m. and 5:30: p.m. to 7:20: p.m. plans for a Gospel Sing at the church,' elected president Donna Thornton \,
Other times can be made by this Saturday, April 15, from 7 p.m., ?. presided over the meeting. >,;
the
only can public borrow
the appointment by calling 964-7381 The '
books and or 964- until 9 p.m., with refreshments youth planned a car wash for
resources that the media &:i62. '' the month of '
the April anda
following sing, mlniture
-\ golf
center offers but if they choose to Mrs. Norman attends library ;' outing. 1
purchase a book, it can be provided seminars each year and Is also chairman Featured in the sing will be the+'. "
for sale bv Mrs. Muriel Norman of the public library board. Frampton Family of Starke and theft St. lJ1ark News ,"

Songsmcn Quartet from Ocala. < "', I y

First Cli rietian.Sets Flea Market April 15 The community Is Invited, to attend., }',. Starke St. Mark's Fla.Friday Episcopal Church, ::1 ,

A flea market will be held at the old The public Is Invited to attend the MADISON ST.BAPTIST !. the 14th, 8 p.m., Teen Town. Ii I
Eagle Devane store April 15. from 9 movie Shiokarl Pass which will be Rev,C IL Swart Sunday the 16th 8:30: a.m., Holy i II
a.m., to 3 p.m., by the Ladles Councilof shown at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 13, in Sundays : Eucharist 9:45: a.m., Church School, I
the First Christian Church. the fellowship? Hall of the' First Sunday School 9:45: a.m; Morning 11 a.m., Holy Eucharist, 5 p.m., ,
New and used clothing, household Christian Church. Worship 11 a.m; Children's Worship E.Y.C., 6 p.m., Edge of Adventure .
goods and ceramieware will be just The movie revolves around the true 11 a.m.; Church Training 6:13: p.m.; Course at the home of Millard & .
part of a large selection ofmerchandise story of a special love that asks a man Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. ?. Applean Brown. I. ,
that will be available at to choose between his life and the livesof Tuesday r fy': Tuesday the 18th, 7 p.m., Choir Z
the sale.. others. The movie Is adapted from Bible Study 10 a.m. %I, practice for all.
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Proceeds from the sale will be used the International.best seller by Ayako Midweek I
service, 7:30 Youth CARD
to further the council's service Miura. p.m; OF THANKS I
projects, A free will offering will betaken & Children Choir, 7:30; p.m; Adult ;t', 1

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express our heartfelt than to all the

.H.'H.lll el S : : many kindness friends during and the relatives loss and for bereave their .

ment of our loved one. The Family of I

by Dolores Meng oj' Nellie McKinney

FISH FRY Phone: 468-ltlV Big in the way it handles' rk, little in the
HAMPTON LAKE NEWS We were sorry to hear that Mrs.. '> it '
The kindness and sympathy of way maneuvers and saves that's the
Kathryn Wigglesworth's grandmother money ,
The Itamntnn Area Volunteer Fire WELCOI4EI and ; ,
-Mrs. Marie Brood, died on neighbors friends In our recent Satoh Bison. With a 27 hp '
I Department Is sponsoring a Fish Fryon sorrow will always remain with gasoline engine 'for
us as
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Easter Sunday. She lived in Gaines-
Crawford
April 22 at 5 p.m. at the fire house. and quick starts. So
precious
a memory. Our sincere easy tackle
you can
Donations for a good meal consisting son Kenny, have moved Into their ville and was 92 years of age. 'thanks and practically
of fresh fish baked beans cole slaw new home on Hampton Lake Kenny (is Mrs. Ernestine Denmark visited comforting acts.gratitude The Smart for all Family those any'chore:' mow, tow, plow, dig, till, doze, rake,
and cake are $2. Door prizes will be now a fifth grade student at Hampton relatives near Covington. Ohio and In Mother load etc. It
( Mattie Henderson). gives 6 forward
West you and
awarded. Please call Mrs. Evelyn Elementary School. We are sure they Virginia for one week. She saw 2 reverse
Vaughan at .J6II. 1152 or Mrs. Jose will enjoy all the efforts they put into plenty of snow, and it was cold up speeds.. Category 1.3-point hitch plus attached
phine Fontaine at 4C8-11S6 for tickets. building and furnishing their lovely there. Her azaleas dogwood and drawbar ,!
The kindness 540
and and
1000
These ladies will also welcome home. other lovely flowers were a welcome sympathy shown rpm PTO, live. hydraulics .
to
call for volunteer help or donations your of Mrs. Elizabeth Turner of Cincinnati sight when she got back to Walnut 'this us by our family and friends during differential lock,. sealed brakes \'
time of
sorrow will always be adjustable
food items for the Fish Fry. Ohio, arrived on Sunday via Street In Starkel! Green grass is even wheel (
,
remembered.
At (he meeting( of the Fire Depart- Eastern Airlines to spend some time beautiful! spacing, hour''meter, full lighting) choice "

ment held Monday ,evening, 18enthusiastic Overholser.-with her sister Mrs. Mary Jerome Coach Mitchell Ben Moxley who participated was proud in of by the Willis family Dyal.of of tire tread, downswept muffler and'a host of
: people made plans for
other
the Fish Fry They also discussed Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meng and'' the March 24 Florida Relays at the features plus over 30 custom-designed .
,
putting finishing touches on their re daughter, Angela, spent Sunday with University of Florida. Although not in wi\ wish to take this opportunity to implements and attachments. ;
modeled fire truck. The painting Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gilbert and the top running, Jerome, a fourth thank'our friends and neighbors for all
which will be done by the Department Karen In Mlcanopy and the Connie' grader, did very well! the considerations shown us during $
will l be i In: the newly popular yellow Clark family, New students at the school Monday .the sickness and death of our mother PRICE 4ISOSUPERIOR '
color. Gerald Meng who Is studying and morning were:: Brandon (tRickle) and grandmother. All of the prayers,.
working In Gainesville enjoyed Phillips in Mrs ''Jean Clark's first, flowers food, phone calls and cards
EMERGENCY: NUMBER: visiting family and friends over the grade: Sharon Godwin, formerly were deeply appreciated and our "
weekend Including Jimmy and Mike from Waldo; a second grader in Miss prayers will be with you. TRACTOR \
The Fire Department Cissy of Sacramento Calif., who are Joyce KuykendaH's class; her A special thanks to Dr. Sundusadee .
number 1HI-I-6IBI! emergency visiting their family In Starke. They brother Michael Godwin, In Miss .and: hjacpf Oc staff for..trylngtpimak r.? .,. .<, ,-- ;') ( '
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V all attended the performance o(-a Mind glass,' andiKenny,!; 'mama'a life a little less Dain/ul: In her COMPANY: ; :: .
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: Florida State University Flying High iawJ6>dJV''nftn; i rad r.i; in r'Mrs. lasKlays. #T;
WSKMok. : CITIZEN'S: :; Circus at the University of Florida Wigglesworth's class. Kenny still A very special thanks to DeWitt C. 5353 West Beaver
Saturday night. Their Bradford High lives: in Starke, but he will soon be Jones Funeral Home for the funeral Street
The Ilamptnn Senior Citizens had a. schoolmate Lisa Newman, is a j moving with his parents, Mr. and arrangements: to be carried out like JacksonvilleFlorida
good attendance at their April 7 member of this trapeze team and ]Mrs Harold Crawford to their new my mother wished it to be.
meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Wragg were they Visited with her following the I'home on Hampton Lake. Daughter&Granddaughter ((904)) 781-9011
welcomed as new members to the performance.The of Nan.cy Starling.\ |
Club. Entertainment was furnishedby lake has become an attractionfor LUNCH MENU .
Paul Krieger with his guitar and fishermen boaters, skiers and April 17-21 .
William Lahn with his mandolin. swimmers since the nice warm ,,
Plans were discussed for a picnic to weather MONDAY, April II: Corndog ** Ihursday.F
be held in St. Augustine in May. Darrell Perkins and Jim Taylor' carrot, cabbage slaw baked beans, rt':':. .
enjoyed their stay with George and I fruit cup. cinnamon roll, milk. ,.:.. It's the special sale you always waited forty ,. 1
4'IIIIOKSKCLl'H' Dolly Simpson. They have gone back TUESDAY, April 1111: Roast beef. .Ii+; .
home to New Philadelphia.Ohio, after mashed potatoes green beans, pineappleupside you were a kid. And, it's just as exciting now. t,
Mrs. Claire Hriincttl who has been many successful fishing trips here. down cake, biscuit milk. ", Because you can still save big. on our marvelous "I, .sv .
organizing the local 4-H. Horse Club WEDNESDAY April lit Barbecueon Banana Split covered with chocolate straw-
mill her son. Clifford participated in SCHOOL NEWS bun, cole slaw, french fries, fruit Iello. berry pineapple and whipped e .: ,
the 4-11 Open Horse Show held at the j milk: toppings. At a \- :
Aluchuii Hiding Club in Gainesville on Students and teachers returned on THURSDAY April :20! : Chicken ..:- '. participating DAIRY QUEEN store. ,; I, .

April 8.Mrs. Monday looking much healthier with with rice green peas, tossed salad J' !
Brulicit! was awarded third suntans acquired during the Spring applesauce, peanut chocolate chip Dairy I' ,
place in the Obedience Event with her break. Most of them enjoyed' the cookie, milk.FRIDAY. .
Appalootie. Nova Black Joe. Clifford Bradford County Fair. Many of them April 21: Fish, mustard Queen .. I .
came out in 5th place with his Paint did gardening went to the beach and greens!: corn hush puppies, pumpkin !.
horse. Jim Dandy in the Western lust had a good relaxing vacation. pie, milk. F ..'

!Pleasure event and nth place In ... :+.11 :
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Horsemanship Hiding. Congratulations a'JI!
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Hampton IMPORTANT City Hall MEETINGS:_. Tuesday! a "Get free )


evenings.! April lA and April 23 7:30:: The 494
p.m. Mr. Dave Tillis of Gainesville., *
representing the Coastal Plains Region dump cart
Commission: will be on which 00
discuss!< the Ill'D' Program
could mean a grant for the city. All Interested -
citizens are urged to attend, Whtmyou buy a D8WWh '

UTTl.KI.K.UfK: : : l Bona tractor!" Banana
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Tom Paladin Is organizing a Little ) 'ti
LeugueTeam in Hampton. Boys aged ( For example ,
K and 11 years who are interested in Model C-81 GardenTractor; ?

playing baseball are asked to meet at .
the recreation field west of town on 0 8 HP Kohler cast iron engine, JK I"

Monday! April 17, at 5 p.m.tOCHATfUTIOS. :
a 8-speed air-gear transaxle. :::3

; Optional 36" rear or side discharge! ) full \. w St, .. .
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floating mower available. i !/: r."jl
Cookie. Mitzel and Curtis Brooks '-'
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were married Friday evening and are \ w, t .
in Villa. Itt': : l' ,
residing Hampton 1395' '. J.WasE
Stephen Spell! celebrated his 13th' .:
birthday April Since he was Con- '

firmed on'April( 3.'this was a special ....' ", .-.. ,.....,..1 H... .. '", ,8'1'S
week for him .- !':t' a .
left Saturday / J
ViolaLefebvre on
with Mr. and Mrs. Otis Leech of a Free Dump Cart Offer! Get a free \ i ,' t "
Ouensboro.\ Kentucky, to spend sometime Li 5.5 cu. ft. two-wheel dump: cart(S130 00 "( ,i I .
with them at their home. They '1ff: value'I with the purchase of any new., I ;. "
IIIne.been her guests for two months. s lawn tractor or gel a 'free 10 cu, It.two" \. l.... .,:;i, ':
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They enjoyed two days of fishing at j' wheel' dump cart($160.00 value1")) /2 f.,
Cedar Key with Mr, and Mrs Henry '. I with the purchase pi any pew ,.i
Spell .lust week garden tractor Otter flood *_ J :,
J. until':;June 3.1978 at t all. : ) \
Bull"IIOIt.\I. participating' Wheel l Hors 's' ,
1)EP.IHTMENTThe : : w '.ls.v o $al.s.lnc.'D: .al '.. ..

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program directed by William .. .
McRae featuring his choral students I y. ... I
at the Bradford Middle and High 1401N.Templ.Av.. / / ;
School was truly outstanding on April / rStarke .
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8 at the High School Auditorium. .. ,: Fla.f' / ."'. \: \! I".
C'lndCanova was great with her
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piano accompaniment for the entire ,.. '''', ., '" .1.1."I": ,
concert. Warren Stevenson with his .r' r .
drums added to the rhythm. .,.,'...' \ <. .. .AU n t,
Among those participating In the 'N 1 '
concert from this area were Cassie Stark ,,,' ;t.,1"! \, a! C
Riddick. Beverly Forsyth. Terri! Rosier's Monuments & Gdn. Nursery i", .
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Anzaldl' and Danny! Wolfe, The concert o' 301.340 S., Walnut St. ...., }. "r, (Jt. ; t:., .
'deserved the many standing ;:o.r!, ,
cheering ovation* of the filled ,,'WHEEL HORSE ..a t. ... .-,...._..of '' J .1 I IyXr
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Bishop Paul P. Tanner administered the. Sacrament of Emily Caslaneda. Randy Parade, Claude Owens
Coaflrmalloa to members of St.Edwards Catholic Church and Bishop Tanner.
I Wednesday. April I. ", Front rows Joe Carpenella. Stephen! Spell Lusna
.Shown back row (l-r) ant Fr. Patrick Foley Mri.'Claire Mundorff.RUM Smith.Sheila Anderson Lourdes Castaneda, 1e N
HrvneUI. Diane BUIer. Terri Antaldl. Kevin Terrell Marla Jerl-Anne Allen Debbie Phillip and Donald Cbiy. {J 'i *I 'I
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The Sacrament Confirmation was Rev. Father Patrick F. '
Foley
presented the .
Offertory gift*
celebrated by The Most Reverend Pastor, concelebrated the Mass with Alter Servers were Alan Ashline ?
,
I Paul St.F.Augustine Tanner. Bishop at St.of the Edward'sCatholic Dioceseof the Confirmation Bishop and presented Joe CarpaneUa Candidatesfor was Samons Frank Cons and Tod, Chris Samons.Meng Doug :

Church on Wednesday the Master of Ceremonies.John Mrs Antoinette COM was ,
evening April 5, Pollard and Debbie PhllJm.oo. for the ceremony organist Gordon-Thompson Chevrolet Buys Champion Steer '

Banners displayed throughout the Drew Andrews Bradford 4H'er showed the grand sold for 12.740.fl.M per pound, and weighed 1.101 pounds. It
Church were made by those who were.. champion steer In the 6th annual Bradford-Union Steer Show was bought by Gordon-Thompeon Chevrolet of Jacksonville,

,,4'lN I ye Confirmed.Following the ceremony a reception, i at the Bradford County Fair The grand champion Limousine Shown for Gordon-Thompson.above are Drew Andrews ani Stephen Kelley buyer-"''

t was held In the parish nail. Father-

Foley presented gifts to those, CORRECTION! Cash Feeds in Worthington Springs,.
I occasionRefreshments Confirmed) In remembrance of the_ The Bradford County Telegraph Mr. and Mr, Jimmy Gasklns. the buyer of the grand champion hoglPriscilla's
KITCHEN and Union Co nty'Tlm.. apologize for -Christie Faulkner I Is the daughter parents are Mr. and Mrs
of fruit punch' the error In listing parents and of Mr. and Mrs.James H. Faulkner. Donald Welch of Brooker. '
decorated cakes and cookies were buyer In the picture story on the Mr. and Mrs. I' and
The
CABINETS nerved Flowering azaleas Harry Faulkner; listed,. (Editor's Note: Telegraph
were usedas annual Bradford Union Steer and '
as Christie's for the im
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parents, are actually her Times apologize errors
with decorations on the tables covered Swine Show and Sale In the April 5 aunt and uncle. listing buyers and parents. We also' '
white cloths.
issue of both
publications: -The couple shown with Priscilla have a suggestion: Next
Mrs Pat Allen was chairman of this -Timmy Gaskins, the son of Mr. Welch of Brooker are not Prlscilla's perhaps, entrants in the swine and
event and Mrs. Willard Gasklns of Starke, parents, as listed, but Mr: and Mrs. steers show can be asked to fill out an:'
BATHROOM r rr---- was incorrectly listed as the son of Robert Worrell.owner's of Robert's entry (form,listing their parents).
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964-5711/ Open Sat. 9-3 Starke. Ra Phone 964-6557 V : )r' -

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that the lIap This year,'accordin8 t 1\ a tbo
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on-l mcJun cosM'f au'\Cd U' -new a home steadilynd, t. Pr<,{pulionalelytherc; Dre nOW fewer BanI. Boa,". only giSSr [] I: ,++ 'h.L ,
almost 49.00( () unu :! fir t-\lme\ buye" Ihan uBoc ucord'! hou'\C'I t arc balance w

r r --"w!, ,thin::rmfcarnW BU': As ing reclnlly 10 Governmenl a' four!)Jided cars u thc\ th homesg t home inflated f Sb&! cqyu.. ..c, m prcvouhomcHtntnncwonc who can .;.,' 't, '""" "?d.r d.(v;.,,'.' ,
s 7J mal.ct was g parlay ; ,; '
k"a'ii ) home had rioOn! : who cvcbuying their lir+ *. **, # ",',." : t ';
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J;' p percent: hel\\o.cn '1971) and laiC 197,, ihcs am'' r"mlli.1 who were using the equity' tfriUBMMMMaH>d ;;I f:.',."" .I'J" .Nye % ?r ]'

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Buys Champion ;; :. I
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Brian Whitehead Br.dfordII'er.. showed the reserve champion 1,062 ,
pound Angus-LlmouBlne, which brought 11.11 per pound at the 6th annual '
Bradford-Union Steer Show and Sale at the Bradford County Fair. Shown
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above with Brian are buyers Paul and Martha Rlherd of the Farmer's and I
Dealer's Bank hi Lake Butler which/ J
paid 11,982 for the reserve champion steer ,

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Mod..St. Baptist Church Holds; Annual Banauet : I 1

The Madison Street Baptist Church 'decorated with white lacy placemats .
held Its annual Spring Banquet Satur and arrangements of azaelas. Each
day, April 8, at noon (candy favor was decorated with at. ,
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As I
1 each lady guest entered she was small parasol. I
INGt, i. ,rt wort rM r4 ,ppTlkr gPtj given a keepsake corsage made. of "
,1f BEDROOMS M I F Myr ''r fabric ,and each man was given' a The speakers' table was decorated"with ,
.. 4 -1 BATH '1'nwr, 'r' ,t : n fabric rose bud. .: a beautiful yellow and white
r.Jr' T1 Theentrance to the fellowship hall checked cloth accented with white
--- was entwined with ivy The foyer'wus straw baskets filled with aiaelas,
Z I I beautifully decorated with greet) ,,/i irises, roses and parasols. The salad
Jail : plants and a bird bath flowing with .(bar was also covered with a yellow
: YES WE CAN live Ivy: The main room was den cloth I and a small arrangement simi*
I corated throughout as a garden.. liar to that on the speakers' table.
LfFl .helpyou take the White trellis with hanging live baskets After each person' served themselves \
J"I were placed throughout the room.. One at the salad bar a menu of
"squeeze"out of rising new home prices. corner held a rock garden with live' turkey, mashed potatoes corn peas,
geranium plants, a bird bath with hot rolls, iced tea and coffee and'
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Mar than 20 txjulilul' model, Choo it von hL, we birds and white butterfly hanging strawberry shortcake J
Itt one lhal SUM piupvny can snow you now 10 Get all the fact from Jim Waller Let were served':
|lull right priced lor beat the high cost of today. us above. In the center of the room Music and devotions '*
right you and your '.ml',. building a new home. YES show our more than beautiful was were brought'1 I
twenty ,
you model
1 CAN! We hanging from ceiling to by Hev !3
WE can still custom build and linance with greenery floor Douglas Sparks of Stockton f
three and four
a new home 'for yo et a price you can afford and Iwo ; bedroom Let us tell with white bloomina dogwood ,Baptist Church Stockton. Ga, and *. 8
We offer line of you about our long-Ie.ling, low-maintenance In another setting ,white him
a complete will payments that will fit your budget. LET US was a laccompaning was Jim Folsom' V 8
SHOW .YOU'We'll .!!!' materials and about our quality, custom- wrought iron tea cart with 4 beautiful and Will Herndon of the same church;;: :
SECOND HOME : construction methods. We'll explain about our umbrella over it with ferns placed on Mr Jimmy Lawson was 1\IC for the d, L
COTTAGES also
explain the Jim Walter plan 14 cut INSTANT MORTGAGE FINANCING for qualified' a ,tea cart Each banquet table was, :Knnniipt ; Ii
your building costs to Ihe bare bone and save properly owner and tell you exactly what your (
even more money much, much more. Here's monthly mortgage payment will be before construction 5
w how It work: We'll custom build your new home on your new home begins.

to almost any stage ol' completion from the YES WE CAN help you lake Ihe "squeeze"out es se se .
hell, to 90% finished.,
up We always finish the r
of rising new home price Call or visit the -.
tt outside/ In- every detail including doors, shutters Jim Walter Homes display park nearest or I Is (
yar' and even two coat of quality" paint. On the you R I It 0
send
the coupon 'for complete details. After you s
inside you tell us where to stop. then take "
.,.a / have all the facts, we sincerely believe you'llchoose
over and finish Ihe if [
rest. Do as much or a* little Jim Walter as builder. ,
ISLANDER.CoMagAj- of Ihe Interior a like. your
you but the more you 1I
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overall cost ol' your n.w home. Fill out and mall. No obligation. I I hI hh
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/imWa/fGff HOMES I I would' /eke IO I hav. more Information and th. coit I ::11aT
of building on my property I und.r.tand thr would' ;
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GIRL SCOUT .. ,. ,.. I I


NEWS Bradford-Un'ion' Steer Show & Sale ,\


This hM byCarotysi been a long Eaves"cookie" Year -
and you arc going to hear one mare ;,
good thing about Girl Scout cooklfsi. The officers and members of the Bradford-Union '
To Senior Troop 669 goes top sales.

honors Council for Seven Gateway girls. averaged Girl Scout 317 Cattlemen's Association. wish to express their sincere .

boxes, really fantastic. Congretulatlons -
Lyme Johns Patty Mum.., appreciation for the support given to this very worthwhile :
Irene Wainwright,Joyce Wainwright, I

Cana Betsy Schmidt.Yawn,Catherine Big thank Schoening you to their and youth project/ by the organizations' / and Individuals ;-.

cookie chairman Eunice Johns and
their leader Laurie MuUins. Also M
thanks to Neighborhood Cookie Chair

man Last Lila Friday Rae,Yawn.Saturday and Sunday .

was Senior-Cadette Olympic Weekend Buyers For Steers
at Camp Katerl. Approximately 100
Senior and bridging Cadettes from .
Gateway Council were divided
Into I'
teams to participate in the events. Gordon Thompson Chevrolet of Jacksonville, Florida 1
Attending from Starke were Laurie 4r .
Mulllns, Patty MuUins, Irene Wainwright Farmers and Dealers Bank of Lake Botler'
and
new member Terry '
Goodge.They all had a lot of fun but Friends of Bobby Taylor. .1
Starke scouts did return Saturday
evening for the concert.BradfordUnion f HOBO Tractor Company ,;
Neighborhood .' k
meeting scheduled for next Tuesday Winn, Dixie Food Stores I
!
the 18th has been cancelled. Brownieleaders I
should be thinking about Special Thanks Neil Tucker & T.H. Slade ._ ,
ordering Girl Scout pins and wings for I :
!their third graders who will fly up Publix Super'Market f, 1
next month. AU leaders should be 1.
ordering membership stars for all Auctioneer Miss Angeleto Haymon Community State Bank of Starke I
registered scouts to be given at end of '
the scout year. Mr. R.P. McL.ndon: Howard and Riherd Construction Company''> !ftl.l t:, I
;
Tickets for Holiday on Ice are $3.00 Photographer for Steer. show. A sole ,.,
for all seat next Wednesday,the 19th. Howard Auto Parts Lake Butler :,
Tickets must be ordered f r
directly by (
leaden. Parents and brothers and Blalocks Moat Market Glenn S. Howard Lake Butler < 'l
listers are all same price Wrapping and cutting at a special price \.
Deadline for QSP is April 28th. If Pantry Pride and Food Fair Stores'
you are finished please mail to
Gateway. SCSH Farm Florida Pest Control of Starke
A sailing course for small sailboats Wrapping and cutting at a special price

will be offered May 20th at Camp Bradford County Court House Officials(Dolph E. Reddish, ;
Katerl, Interested
anyone please Ag advisor of Bradford & Union Counties

contact Campership: Janet or application Carolyn.deadline is Elzie Sanders, Gib Brown, Jimmy Alvarez)

April 15, contact your leader if you Triest Construction'Company'
need an application or help filling one } I
out. Awards Dukes & Sons Produce


BMS Math Dept Sets 4-H Record Book Contest Moonlight! Enterprises WVBt ? RBAli mJ8, '

Pine Air FarmS t,.rlman. World Inc.Sonny's .
April 13 For Discussion Sponsored By: Th. Rancher Inc.
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(. Mr. J.D. Odem Ow"r'
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Mr. Leverets. Crews. ," "\.. Bar-B-Que Of Starke

Parents of Bradford Middle School ,.1.I, .M) I.I{
students who want to visit with the Home Grown Contest: :' ', .
math leachers are Invited to' the \.1.+ '. 'I"I ,
school Thursday April 13, 7:30: p.m., Steer Add-Ons .
to discuss and review the math department Sponsored By: ':''t J. :.
John Whitehead ", 'Iv
and the problems of the Sheriff Union
various students. Dolph E. R.ddlshSh.riff. Bradford ',,'
.j W.O. Andrews Pat Farnsworth J... WMtehead .,,
BMS math teachers met with A.E.' Crawford GA-FIa Poultry Supply Co.. Jessie Wolbert
superintendent Tom Casey March 24, Weight-Gain Contest:
Howard Auto Parts Gerald GrINIs Jamie.WMteheadBarry
regarding the problems of the math Pine Air Farms D.M. HaleJacksonville
department at the school Teachers Sponsored By: Hobo Tractor Company Livestock Market
agreed to invite parents to a meeting Alachua Milling EnterprisesMr Sam John E.M. Lewis .
to help parents realize what problems \ Ernest Walter Williams Lak. Butter. Farm CenterCTSteen Whitehead
students are facing in their work SpencerFFA J.L. Alvarez a Son Jerry Whitehead ,.
and'how they, as parents, can help Funeral Home Pierce Hardy W.R. Alderman
Record Book Contest Br.dic1d-Ulllon Swine' Producers Atsoc.BaMwInChovOMs .. Register Oil Co. Bradford County School Board J

Qena.iv; Bureaus..Ta Take ... .. -Sponsored... ...!".'...:.-. .... '._, _. ,. t,.,' '.''') ":Jo,:., ,''BlalodrMeet, Market Walter Rosier Hyams Garden*.' ". \- .. ,1r Arthur Bill Fersytfw O'.kf"W"'* Mark: Adfctas. -"'*'.: ., .. p "; "'lIt_
E.W. HodgesJ.T.
: The Rancher Inc.
Bradford County Farm Bureau
Gainesville .
Stockman Supply "1 ParriihVeroon ,
Employ men t Survey Bradford-Union Cattleman's Assoc. Stumps Department Store
Mr. Hal HerringShowmanship Chamber Commerce Sawyer.Slade Gas Cempanr: Parmenfer
City of Starke Commissioners Sunshine Electric Plumbing' ,
Local representative Mrs. Norman Trophy Award: Columbia Livestock Market Starke Print Shop
Foray of the Bureau of the Census will W.D. Crawford T.G.aV. Family Center Jimmy Brown
conduct a survey of employment in Denmark Furniture Terwlllegar. Realty Gerald' Dukes
this area during the week of April 17- Sponsored By: SCSH farms Directors Clay Electric Union' County Farm Bureau Jack's Welding
22,' 1978, Thomas W. McWhirter Harlls Ellington Union County School Beer M.A.P.A. Parts
Director of the Bureau's RegionalOf Forsythe Plumbing Wishbone Fried Chicken Felton Smith
in Atlanta, announced Farmers Mutual Exchange Donna Worrell 'I.O.A. Spires Store
DonorsHoliday Florida Bank at Starke Dr. D.W. Wnlffon Join Whltehead
The survey is conducted for the U.S.
Department of Labor in a scientifically -
designed sample of approxi- Inn of Stark. I
mately 70.000 households throughoutthe Wilford Croft
United States. Employment and Individual Add-Ons
unemployment statistics based on Lyman Green Bar-B-Qu Paid for Advertisement:
results of this survey are used to Robert A. Drlgger
provide a continuing measure of the. Leroy Addison Rivers Hardware S FurnitureGreen's .
economic health of the Nation. Parrish Food Store. Charles BIIId,.. Jimmy Calkin' A... Green
Auto Soles Coastal' Oil Company Billy' Gnann Guaranty' FederalGainesville
For example In February the David C. MecuskerJ.E. Green's Restaurant Florida Bank at Starfce Howard Auto Part Livestock Market
survey indicated that of the 99.1 Hardy Auto Sale Starlight Farms Glenn Howard I.W. Hamilton"
million men and women in the civilian Mark Alvarez Dolph Reddish W.S. Howard Rainbow Marine
labor force, 93.0 million were Club of Lake Butler Guy Andrews Gene Joyner Hackey Brothers
employed. The Nation's unemployment Rotary Sunshine Electric a Plumbing Royce Joyner -, 'Colon Joiner
rate was 6.1 percent, down from Rotary Club of Starfce Martha Riherd. Sam Johns .\ : Liberty Nail Ins.
6.3 percent In January. This was the Farmers Mutual Exchange Billy McGllly. Life a Casulty Ufo hi*. I
lowest unemployment rate recorded George Pierce Maggie' ,Miller J.T. Parrish
since the fall of 1974. Pierce Hardy McCall Auto p.m' Roberts Cat Feed I
Howard a Riherd Construction Bill Priest Country Kitchen
Information supplied by individuals J.M. Howard Wayne Parrish Hitching Pest
strictly In the survey is kept Thanks To Merrill GriHIs Lowell Parrish Roberts Motors a Equipment Inc.
confidential by law and the George Adams C.W. Rowell Raw Farm Equipment.
results are used only to compile James I L. Andrews Rowell a Cobb scaH
statistical totals.Home George W. Brown Nanette. Penny.. Stalnaker James Stalnaker
Thesejudges S.M. Brown Jackie Spradley Craig. Salley
Care Sportsman World, Inc. Ma Seay A.J. SaundersMyrl .
Health Brown Charles Schefer Williams Jewelry .
V.C. Brooks Jack Tuggle Brian Whltohead
Hearing Set For For Judging Steer 4 Exhibitors at Show Big Dollar Warehouse Wallace Cobb Livestock: Jamie Whitehead
Warren Carver James Watson Robert WhltoheadBradtord
19 in G'ville Show Judge Mr. Sloan Baker Crosby Tire Service Walter Williams Union Cattleman Association
April Showmanship Judge Mr. Larry Reese Wayne Cribbs Waits Gulf Service Bill" a Salley. Print
Roy Clark Western World M.C Dukes
The North Central Florida Health Record-Book Judges Clark Electric Archer Tanner Funeral Home Melvin Grlfll
Planning Council, Inc., will conduct a ".H Mr. Joss Godbold O.L. Clyatt Mr. a Mrs. Cribbs r i fn. HerMon
,
public hearing on the proposed FFA Mr. Larry Reese Country Hub Mom. Store City Fish Meat Market O.W. LangtoyMcCulton .
establishment of home health Gerald Dukes Kenneth. Clyatt' Meat Market
services Alachua, Bradford, Donald Dukes Clyatt a Tatum NAPA Parts Lake Butler.
and surrounding counties by Glob Bobby Anderson Marlin NicelySteer Kenneth Ellxon CrutchfleM Electric Strawberry Acres
Home Health Services of St. Peters Aging & Mouthing Steers Grader Butch Faulkner Ray Crawford
burg.?,The hearing will be held at 6 Jim Faulkner Roy Dukes I
p.m.. April 19, at the RegionalUtilities James E. Pennlngton, Harry Faulkner Farm Credit Service !
Operations Center, 553 S.E. Show Health Requirements Lib Groves Bill. Forsyth Mark Adklns I
5th Avenue Gainesville Florida.

Global Home Health Services currentlyaperatinglnPllneltabWn BUYERS SUPPERi ?.?. '
main. < _
office in, Alachua County (Gainesville All Committees Wish To Recognize And Express Their,Appreciation Sponsored By: Guaranty Federal Savings; ;
and loan Association of Lake Butler ,'
GllchrUt.Dixie in
) and subunit offices In .
Lafayette Bradford Union Of The Very Valuable Assistance And Counsel Given To Them Mary Sue Tomllneon P : ... :
Levy and Putnam Counties. Proposed Edward /V
Betty, ;
services Include skilled nursing care. I By The Following Gentlemen.:. ; I ',. '',- Nancy Le. ( ,iI
home health aide services, physical- / ,. "
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and r Barbara Reddish >
therapies -
speech-occupaUonal: \v
medical social services, and are County Agent of Bradford & Union Counties Sharon Bennett '
available to physician-referred Bradford Union Union Zed Hamilton '1Admlnlsfrotiv
I ,;#' ,
eligible patienta.Interested Greg Alvarez Jimmy Brown Bradford : Fink .
Lagan
persons in the com- Paul Hutchlns( Clark Woods Bobby Taylor ., Awlslanf

proposed munity are project Invited during to comment the hearing.on the Bredfeni Cewnty ,......ph. 'Inc.l IH

The application U available for "- Agent Bradford ft Union County Lowell Parrish For Coverage of Steer Show t Sole Picture a I II II
review at the Office of the Circuit
Court Clerk Alachua County Courthouse I

North, Gainesville Central Florida Florida, and Health the I And May We,Again Express Our Very Sincere Appreciation For Your Support

Planning Council Inc.,2002 N.W. 13th

Street Health Review Suite Planning of 103.this Gainesville Council proposal Is,pursuant Florida.by the BRADFORD-UNION 'CA TLEMEN'S'ASOCIATION': .',':'. .i j jr'h.

to Section 381.. Florida Statutes.
Chapter 77400. ..




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!I PageIZ.TELEGRAPH April 13, 1178I .


I i Southside Elementary News ---:----- -----.. I
All; :.=: z=: =are 1-------:t:
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attend the school Citi/eni Advisory; land came In fifth with (the spell-down

Committee meeting on Tuesday The fifth Ihc-seeks grading period On Tuesday evening AprU 23. which measures agility: standing and track and field!' in preparation for word .applauseVt.* congratulate
evening April 18. at T p.m. In the ends April 27. Report cards will be Southslde will have Its PTA meetingat broad Jump which measures!' leg the Softball tournament whichill be Haoaland and Khondn for representing
school cafeteria to discus the school sent home on May 4. which election and Installation of power: euo-vard run which measures held the latter!' purl at :Muv In Southside !in the County Spelling
discipline code. The hard surfaced multipurposeplay officers for the 1978-79 school year will endurance. To receive the Presi- approximately!' two seeks there!' will Bee
Parents' with suggestions for area and basketball!' courts at be held. That evening Is also the dential Award a student has to scoreIn be a track and field meet here at U'\'II: :\1"Sl"
", changes In the School Hoard rules Southside are nearly complete. When Spring !Music Festival under the the 85th percentile or above on Soutlwlile at each grfldeje\ol April '7.2l 1
should muke(heir vies a known at this the buckboards for the!' basketball! !' direction of Miss Esther Casas. music each skill.receive The this following 10 students In Mrs, Dorothy LtHch's third :MONDAY.. : April ITt: Pizza. tossed
meeting courts new rings and lines on the concrete teacher. The musical program will Mill award; !Michael grade the!' following ltulll'nlldl' l'n-.. salad, vegetable, fruit. milk.
The Comprehensive Teals of Basic are painted the work will be leature 'Sleeping Beauty. an Chuppell. Keith Kehoe. Andy Jones. congratulations for their diligence! : Tl''KSim.:!' April INI One-half turkey
Skills will be given lo all students complete. This area has been a most operetta for children. Costumes are Heroic Cooper. Thresa Perry. Kerrv Greg WIggins U working In the fourth ,sandwich, macaroni and cheese
Davis.
Wood.
kindergarten through fifth welcome addition lo the physical presently being made by parents and flail. Tony and Melanle grade math book: Penny Jefferson steamed c bblllll. peaches milk
grarV tit Soul ht.lde School during the education program furniture 'for Ihe performance will Barry Warren! Todd Fra/ler ha* progressed! lo n higher reading; \\iiNKM\Y.: : : April Inn:
dates April 10 furnished Badcocks in Slarke. Eight boys and eight girls from South- with
through April 21. he by whose will be group; David Barnes Shannon hamburger IIrOI1UII.twd
side
Parents Mill receive u note!' from The school storage/ building Is al- :Mr Greg Petit prolwtsional pianist of will name announcedlater lliKKinbntham. Kimberly Thompson. IN=tatocs. green linuio. tipple crisp hot
school UH to I the exalt 1 dittos I heir ir.uil cotll let(1. The brick building (;Gainesville furnish the music for represent our school in the Chris Sief ferman. and Douglas .KertlKhave rolls milk,
child's room will be 1 testing as there scat l of the!' cafeteria was built bv the their :Monday. April .in.. rehearsal;"'" physical education the? BHS meet track on Saturday.: progressed to a fourth year 1.U..CSU.prll. :2ii! ; Chicken
sill he v r>'ing( lutes for the different vocational classes lining brick and The music pl'PRrom.llss Esther! !' April 22. at schools will All county reading! text.Rhonda i.nd rice "IX-HIIIII muter cup. turnip
be
grade ether p| mtiterlalM Irom I the old KJK, Kile Cu wis! teacher lit Southnide Is Current- elementary. : Involved In Canon and Hosaliinrl greetiM, J>t'III'It. com bread milk.
featuring a study of :Music Around this m'el.The Lennon were SoulhKlde't participants HtlDVY. April 21t: lU-nim' and
the World beginning!! ,, American physical l education program al in the cnunly spelling bit1. Rhonda winery cal>bntie slaw carrot ..tick.iipple .
Y'/"I', Tools liuliun mimic and d.inces The children SoulhHtde Is now moving into softball finished in/ eleventh place!. and Uosa- aucv cake, biscuit milk.
I'i.V' ;i.h.: J' Vfifo lire learning and performing the -. .. ..
}>\ .1. dun'CThe next study will be of -

NATIONAL GUARD; ARMORY TOOLS /followed black spiritual l h>' ClI'lenlal.frlean and' lolk music to and be -------- I Ih Raiford Social Cornor ------- I


l.nlin mimic each In turn. :Mr and :Mm. Stont..''l'tll'lm'k mid
ALL NEW AND GUARANTEED :Mary Lee Faulkner Community Center tiunday.: :slay I 14All son
H :Mrs Klaiiic: Wood'ilillh grade has >
A Iriendrt' and u-l.itlvr tire 111\ iled. :Michael of l'nrtMnle visited her
Plume' ")
Name Brands Include Rodac act III|>nnitiiirluin| in their room and !: 'HI-37111 and ue are M"TIf\ s c niKm-d um one parents. :Mr and :Mm u.n, CordonSiilunt.iy
A lhf\ lire /now' cnJo.ing| learning! about l 1)\' In'ltatton.lrII. : evening/ tix dinner guests
Roll Around Tool Boxes Table Saws Drill Preses Vises tI"'IIi"h.. :Mr. and airs. T.J. ForiytH' were '
t'luirles :Moodv 01 l Orlando
: Mill "P'I1II111II'
Carmicluol: of .lax' attended -
W In Jax. and her
Mulling Thursday
Air Compressors. Matre Saws. Air Impact Wrenches R In Mrs: .Iallt'l'Ijthhou': second! and her children returned home I the revival sermon at I the Hal-( hint week with{ bin grandparents.
o (J'" To l' (GrinderS Routers Bell Sanders Air Sanders. tirade room the "Knicvol" reading!' ( ulster with'them for an overnight und lord Baptist Church Friday; night :Mr and :Mrs. Jay Moody: Churle!

Drills Butlers Socket Sets ( '. To 1)). Drive WrenchT group milking new second/ outstanding grade reader.progrl'lSmUll'lr The. .'rldll'Islt.. While here. Mrs. Alice Valeria and Cindy M.ilfoixLdauKhtem parents came up lor the weekend amt
took Ouirlcs back home
orIr.: IIlId11'8.: Bobby
Sets. Electric Saws S&K Chicago Pneumatic children in this group lire Judson Yallerchamp and Hence und Joe
T Slaliord of Jax: spent the ueekcnil :Mrillii"' Ciirlor Is II piiiienl in
father and
visited their
OVER 300 J.ickson. Tiincle Kin!!. Troy Slurgis. grandfather. ith ("IIUlI General; Hospital I mid all relatives
DIFFERENT TOOLS Itenj.v Muss. Krlc Simmons. SaraSlaI'lInj who Is a patient in Croon General \\ their grandparents. :Mr. and :Mm.Albert -
ml Iriemlx of11': Carter's
V Lots Of Items For The :Slulford. 11
take Butler.Mr
Women (. Curlm Knight, and Carla HoHpital in
Beside would IK- lhaitklul lor visits IInd"rlll'I'Ii.
Mrs. uitlsited
Siipp \ by
o AUCTION 0 McCutchcon.Mr and Mrs. Barry Hendrlx and .
.. .
:\ Debbie Iliinmcult :.SuiuUivallermxin.
l WEO.-Aprill9 7:30: P.M. I L : Jim Low in and :Mrs Kathy daughter Aimee of Memphis. Tenn.. The U.nlorrt/ H.ipiist (Church received !
:Met/ler. physical education l Ins. are here visiting her parenti. Mr. and
Edwards Road i Mr iiml :Mrs. Koberl Faulkner nix persons by huptlsm and
S S slruclors at Southside. have just Mrs: George Faulkner of Lake Butler visited his IIlslt.'I'11's.: Curhe :Mae I live by letters Sunday night followingIhereUvalmKlSundii.v
finished the ,\ml.'rlcllnlIiancl..' and other relatives and friends.
S300 in Retail of services
Merchandise Jordan uho is critically ill in Alma.ia night/
will be leaving !May 10 to be
Health and Physical Education Re! Harry Vance
< We would be :Mr and :Mrs Merger i formt'rHal'lll.1
Sunday most
appreciative
t lo Be Given Away During The Sale ert'ullOIl'AJlPEIt'. tests given to aboard the carrier Forrestal stationed
of during this Hnidley ol' ICllllol'd'H're'
Bring This Ad For Part Ol The Free DrawingOne 'fourth and fifth !graders. The!' tests In the Mediterranean for six time of needMis. sour. prayers rnm'l'h'd1:; > .('lIr14pl'lI H, mvl celebrated
of the six skills months sea duly. Vera and Aimee will
consist following ; 50w'II'd : '
their Golden;
( Per Family Please) : Alta Kenlrne. Mrs. Ricky Anniversary tit
\ dash Inch measures speed: alt be visiting here for a while then they tiino.; :Mrs. AgathaMutohead mil their church Sunday afternoonIn.lux.Tl :' .
Lamar Williams. Auctioneer River City Auction tips which measure abdominal sill be living In Jax. :sirs :Nina': I'arrishtere the \\ednl'Sdil (/('ilotl'I'I ('I'e married April H.Mi.'H. .
Lie. No. 87 Come See Wild Bill; Decatur AI strength/ : pull-ups which ml.'allureIIpp'r There will be a calling shower for \' guests of Mrs. Hub>'.Varbough. 1 :Mrs Geiger's; sister :Mrs JoeXiiiinn
l shuttle Louise Taylor at the Halfordii
hasty< strength: run Mary lair\ and 1\I1'8.1\larl'ln llou ith of Cat- ( mid daughters.! Kathy and
houn. Ga. were I overnight guests of W'nd111Il1l1t'd the celebration.,
DAYS !Mrs. Kamona Sweat !MondayVa.ne Mis 'ielgcr'M 11I1lht'I'11'11.: ..1Mlirudley. : .
3mG \ Sapp and Joey Norman attended who it H7 ('UI'I01' age and
: rAlEAGLEl1iI Thtirsday Friday the Junior and Senior Prom at nil eight( thildren were present to
W the Holiday Inn In fainesvllle. Friday share the annivof.siirv with the
J and Saturday night; ieigers.( There uren'l nunlimc. !! a
mother or lather can 'nltend one of
The Haiford Baptist( Church ended their children's Gulden \\eddingAnnixcrsaries.
their revival Friday night \\ith asocial It was 11 most happy
hour of delicious refreshmentsand occasion and mu\ we add uI I ish loMr
smashed fellowship and Mrs. Geiger; for many more
Prices !Mr. and !Mrs Herman Sapp. her \inirs of mairifd lile.
mother. !Mrs Leslie Burnett, and Friends of :\11'11.luI': !Belie.lobbs
niece Debbie Barnett visited Mrs will be sorry to learn she Is al home
Joey Pelham In Keystone Heights MTV III with I the Mu. We wish :Mrs.Dohbs .

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II Nine Teams Par ipd%$y In Bradford Invita'tioithl I




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finished up their Bradford r
Invitational track meet Friday In I -4 The BHS girls track team finished
seventh place out of nine. school seventh in the Bradford Invitational
participating.Gainesville. track meet held Friday at the newly
Buchholx took first completed track: with 35 points.
place In the meet with 74. points Eastside According to \teach Jerry McCriff.
placed second with 70% points. the team could have placed fourth If
Gainesville High School took third he had switched some of the girls to .
with eo points, SL Augustine placed different vents, but he did not do this
fourth with 52 points. Clay County because he wanted each team memo
took fifth place with 394 points. r her to be running In the position they
Bishop Kenney took sixth with 34 would be running in the District
. points, BUS finished seventh with 25 tourney In two weeks.
points PK Yonge took eighth with 21 Ocala Forrest placed first In the
points and Ocala Forrest had no boys meet with 78 poln .. Gainesville High
participating In the meet. fl\ School placed second with 72 points
Some of the BHS boys to place Included 1 Bishop Kenney placed third with 96
Lawrence Patrick who placed points,,BuchhoU placed fourth with 40
sixth in the shot put with 42'6 shot. points,SL Augustine placed fifth with
In the discus Bobby Smith remained 4g' 39 points Eastside placed sixth with
undefeated In first place with a 1S a 37 points. BHS seventh with:35 points
133'10" throw. In the 220 David PK Yonge finished eighth with 16
Carter placed fourth with 23.0 time. points, and Clay County finished last
The team placed sixth In the.440 yard with eight points.
relay with a 47.8 time. David Carter L-:: t Cindy Griffith placed second with
also took flnt place in the 440 yard her 63.2 time in the 440 yard dash.
dash clocking at 51.8. The relay Linda Richardson placed sixth In
team took sixth with a 3.53 time and the two mile run with a 13,376 time
the mile relay took sixth place n The mile relay team placed third .
clocking In a 3.43.7. In the 880 yard with a 4:22: time.
run,Smith clocked Mat 2.10 for fourth TrI RESULTSIIL..MVMNrdW1

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The hand-off. Linda Richardson places sixth In

,.. the two-mile run. BHS men's tennis team finished
kJ ,1a14ev 1M55.5..5rrr' ".'1 r1I1''J'Iw.:\ !: 'tPJR'f&t! ;:....1'. _
up the season with a win over Keystone
BradfordCounty .i__ ) 1-2. bringing their final recordto
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&-8.
1 t fr11' ,al fY aMPy" i 'l When asked about the season
Coach Mike Sexton said. "We shouljhave
done better Individual players
: have had good days, but we couldn't
Telegraph a 7M put It all together for any given day."
He added that he felt the team was
capable for a better win-loss record.
The men will participate In the district
tournament that Wednesday
begins -
I April 12, and continues. through
0 (!JmU0 Saturday


j .a BUS 6.Keystone 1
f fy

Kenny Rodrlgue lost In the No. I
position to Stormer 8-4 Steve Grttfls
Green Machine lost in the No. 3 position 7-9, but T.J.
Carver came back for a win over
Leukl 8-0.. -
Carlos "ovpowsrdSaundera.83..an&Robb '
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,. f Pierce wrapped uP' the;'ttnglnt'
competition with a !9.85'4 win overS

,y, ,,P '. d .y l rr ,. tailings.In .
TourneyThe 4 .a. doubles play, Rodrigue and
ytgaw '' .
1 o r, f? ,a>vut la'j'' I Griffls beat Stormer and Lyle 8-3, and
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Carver and Hernandes won 8-3.
Green Machine will host a 12- )!) r. ;.. Rodrigue finished with a season record -
team double elimination slow-pitch ,oIfI'I.' ", ."....' of 39. Griffls had a 9-8, Carver
softball tournament this week-end at I ...-t';'! "."- finished with a 6.7.. Hernandez
WesUide Park in Starke. finished 4-6 Pierce finished 39. Pratt
Games are scheduled to begin at 7 Dale Rogers takes a hurdle. Cindy Griffith places second In the 44. .-yard dash with a 63.Z time. finished 2-1 and Williams finished 1-1.
p.m. Friday, April 14, with the local ,. I
McDooald's Huh The tlroon .
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Machine will play in the tournamentas

well as host.The proceeds from the Golfers Go 2-1 For r .I .
Week
.concession stand will go to the .
Recreation Department of Starke. ..

There Teams will participating be no gate charge.In the tourney Bradford High golfers took Live High comes to the local Starke Goff '

besides the Green Machine and Oak by 13 strokes 157-180, and rebuilding and Country Club course for a 3 p.m. Sonny Koat Pit BarB Q U
McDonald's are McElroy's of Lake St. Augustine by 34 strokes match next Wednesday. Next Friday,
City, Milkdrlnkers of Callahan. Seany 172-206, but lost by 7 strokes 161-154, to April 21, ES comes to Starke.
Lumber of Melbourne, Roadrunners a tough Orange Park team for a 2-1 Six matches remain before the EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT
of Palatka.Wood-Hopkins of Jackson' week of play and a 9-7 season record."I District Tournament set for April 27.
ville, CannonWelding of Jackson- feel like if we can get our stuff together .
ville, Ray's Metal Works of Waldo, H the rest of the season we could BitS 137-Live Oak 180 IS
&,H Construction of Daytona Beach, end up 14-8," says Coach Warney Richard Gaines carded an even par-
Beerdrlnkers of Macclenny, and Adkinson. Orange Park beat BHS 12 30 on the Starke Golf and Country "I
Lenny's Machine Shop of ,Jackson- strokes over there and only 7 strokes Club course last Friday. April 7, as FAMILY NIGHT
ville. here Tuesday. BUS golfers went by Suwannee Highof
Team sponsor Jack Hazen and Tough Plalatka High comes to town Live Oak. It was the first par round
Coach Ronnie Thomas are hoping fora Friday at 3 p.m. Palatka shot 2-over- shot by a BHS golfer this spring 5:00: Tip 9:00:
big turn-out for these games. In this par golf on the Palatka course Scott Roberts shot a 3-over-par 39, 1'' Iii Y
respect,the city of Starke can see how recently In bombing the Tornado Joey Herres carded a 40 and Joe .
their representative teams perform"on linksmen. Next Tuesday April 18, the Val nsld a 42. Claire Turner's 43 was
the road" Tornado will travel to Live Oak. Clav fifth high but didn't count in meet results. 'vt, 11 ., oral

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:: M" Marc David was low man for Live
e 'Oak at 42.Orange.
1 f 1.

1w Park 154- BUS let
+ ( : Orange Park's Paul Oglesby shot an
even par 36 round Monday April 10,
on. the local Starke course as the
Raiders easily downed the Tornadoesby
.> vI.:4 seven strokes 154161. '
) Brad Lindry shot a 38, Bobby SOt4t
: :; :': Fannin a 39 and James Morgan was EL oNic
: set at .41 to round out OP scoring
y 1 1r 1r Joey Herres led BHS against OP
A.Y with a two-over par 38. Joe Valinski!
1 was a stroke back at 39, John Valinski! STIAK
IfF shot 41 and Scott Roberta 43 for BHS.
1
I BUS t 12.--St.Auguitlne 208
Bradford golfers easily outpacedthe
rebuilding St. Augustine High '
linksmen 172.206 in a'match played SUCIALDELMOMIGO
b5. Tuesday afternoon April 12. on the
r1. newly remodeled Ponce de Leon
.; 1' ld 'course'in SL Augustine.
Joey Herres led BHS with an even
par-36 round. Wade Winkler was
4'v51kZ second man at 40, John Valinski shot STEAK BAKED POTATO SALAD -
43 and Claire Turner 51. Miss Turner
had two 8's on par-4 holes.It .
was Herres low round to date in

com petitionLadies'Tennis. ---EAT OR TIKE--


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The' ladies' tennis team also
finished their season Monday with a
;;win over Keystone 5-2.
11n l'11t i dkt Janice Jockel won' 8-6 Merrl
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Reafi3ar.3aQ
R41r Ormsbee won 9-7, Cathy Futch won t0. -
Elise Johns ,won, 1-, and Jana
Godwin won by forfeit 8-0. .
In doubles competition Nancy and

Jana 3-8.lost 4-8 and Melissa and Michellelost 238 s. TEMPLE AYE. 914.H4I STAVE; FLUIRALMI.


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I McDonald's Wins Keystone- Softball Tourney'- I BHSNine Win Second in Row 1 II I

For the second weekend In a roW, bracket with a 290 average. met with McDonald's winning 9-8 in Water's coming out on lop, 8-7. alter
McDonald's of Starke has brought the batting of the seventh. It was a Smith
lIIoelnnlnll. Billy Ray punchedone
home the win In the form of first placeIn The 10:30: game was easily won toss-up for the best offensive and de homer out over the fence for Bradford High baseballera won A fifth BUS run scored in the fourth JS'
a slaw-pitch Softball tournament. by when the their Mogtown Rollers Cedar of Calnesvilla Resort fensive part of the game, when time Brooker, while Bill Malone connected their second game In a row and the Inning when Kenny Clark singled with I
When the Keystone Recreation opponent, third of the April 8 out stole second, went to third .n.
failed to show. This went on the after time, the Rollers and on a 3-run homer. season Saturday two on
Department touted a 1O-team books as a 7-0 victory game for the Rollers McDonald's vollied for the score. Waters next lost 10-9 to the HogtownRollers in a 9-2 rams over visiting Clay High a wild pitch, and scored on Goodge's :::11.
double elimination elow-pitch softball The leasers' bracket began play at Leading all the way to the seventh and went home with third RRI shingle ....
tournament Keystone Heights noon when the Keystone Mavericks Inning, Hogtown worked hard for 11 place honors. Getting 14 his Waters Dinky Kllby picked up Ms first Win. tU ,,
at the sports complex, met and defeated The Other Team 32. hits in 32 trips to the plate for a final 3ahomeprs hits to Hogtown. Waters hit Kllby went all the way allowing 6 Four BUS runs cross the plate In the
Tournament Director Chuck The Mavericks had a batting average batting average of 344. Only one 2 by Jim Lewis and one by hits walking S, and striking out 3, sixth making It 9-2, when Clark and
Billiard invited 10 teams from all for 8 homer crossed the fence when Donald John <.aIA.-
of .240, after 25 trips to the plate Ramsey. walked scored on the big blow,
around the area and was quit pleasedwith hits The Other Team out-hit the Wheeler rapped a tree-topper In the The contest for the weekend came BUS had two four run Innings the Jeffery Norman's triple. Norman has fi .
the turn-out. Mavericks, going 9 for 30 trips to bat 4th inning. when the undefeated McDonald's club first and the sixth. Kllby aided his been hitting with lately, .
The games began at 7 p.m. on or an average of .300. This defeat sent met the only other team left in the pitching performance with a :2-for-3 homering twice last week power and tslM
Friday April 7, when the Independent After back for 6Mi 'innings the HoKtown Rollers ; adding
The Other Team home, the first teamto laying tourney, performance at the plate Jeffery his wild
team. Keystone, met and defeated busted loose andscored the triple Tuesday. A throw ...
leave the tourney McDonald s finally Completely dominating game, Norman was 2-f..-. with a triple allowed
Norman to The final
The Other Team of Jacksonville. in the bottom of the McDOnald hit 7 homers and shut score. tad..
Back to the Winners' bracket, at 3 S runs the which scored two runs. The 8-hlt performance I
Keystone collected 9 hits on 31 trips to p.m, McDonald's met'' and soundly seventh Inning, with 2 outs. With two Rollers down 22-1. The Big Mac attack At the plate with a ,321 run scored when Crews walked Jaelcsgn's stole
second and
the plate to defeat the out-of-towners Bennett came to In the second inning and scored on Mike
defeated Brooker 24-5. It was men on base lUcky began never average; Kenny Clark Marcus
123. Batting .290 for the game, led by definitely Johnny Powell's day as the plate after a promise to "bust'ema let up. After 46 trips to the plate the Cruce, and Mike Jackson RRI' simile.BHS "
Lamar Sanford !doing 3-for-3 al the Powell slammed 3 homers and new one" and drove in the winning Mac's had 25 hits and a batting
plate with one homer. Keystone out- collected 8 KBI's! Sharing homer run plus one more rlbble to his credit.In average of .543. BUS scored 4 runs In the first Inning will play Buchholz in Gaines
hit The Other Team, which collected 8 honors were Ricky Bennett Donald 32 trips to the plate, the Big Macs Johnny Powell, of McDonald's, 14- on two walks, two hits and a fielder's ville this Monday, April 17, at 7:30 It
hits out of 29 trips to the plate, or a Wheeler Randall Thomas. Dale Haas grabbed 17 hits for a batting average for-20 for the tournament for a .700 choice. Norman knocked in one run p.m. Next Wednesday, April 19, BHS '*.,
rotting average of .276. with one each. Pitcher Fred Wheeler of .531. batting average, collected honors for with an RBI single, Crews knocked in hosts Eastside High in a 1 p.m. game rt
The next game of the evening at 0p stroked 2 homers for the win, giving Sitting back, now, until the losers' Most Valuable Player AND after 2 with an RBI single, and the four run before the student body. Next Friday
,m., saw McDonald's of Starke meet McDonald's a batting average of .553 bracket knocked each other out. stroking out 6 homers also got the scored when Mike Jackson hit into a April 21, BHS goes to Clay High for a AI .
and defeat the Mavericks of Keystone with 26 hits In 47 trips to the plate. Waters Bulldozers took the field home-run trophy. McDonald's fielder's choice. 7:30: p.m. game. ,, .
19-7. Dave Owens led the Maverickswith Water's of Starke met the Hogtown against Brooker for fourth place,with collected 25 homers for the tourney 4k. ,. '!
one homer and won 2.for-3 at the Rollers and dropped 16-9 to the losers' t
plate. K1I had 8 hits in 33 trips to the ranks. Hogtown collected 19 hits to Green Machine Win is Gainesville Tournev :I ,,>
plate, a 2-42 butting average, droppedto Waters', for a batting averageof .250 H
the lm>org' bracket McDonalds with Bill Malone collecting one homer undefeated for the Randall McGee the of the tournament. Defeating 'the 21-s
The Green MaChine romped .543 game was Machine collected 11 ..omen. : .-..
stoked 5 homers, two by Danny for Water's.It through five games to win the 3-for-4 with three homers. Third game for the hot bats of the _
McKinney and one each by Johnny was time for the losers' bracket to Machine' second Roadrunners 12-11, the Machine' #4r. '
Matt Swartz Memorial Slow-Pitch The game was Joyful Acres .
Powell Dale Hans, and in-lhe-park play again when the Mavericks met Invitational Tournament in Gainesville against State Mutual of Jacksonville, also of Jacksonville, with the former collected 15 hits off of 33 trips to the 'f. .
homer by Tommy Wise. Top hitters and! fell 13.4 to the Brooker club. with another plate for a batting' average of .455:".
,April 7-9,gathering 44 homers In who along team In the Motormen on their roster, defeating Iu
for McDonald's were Hicky Bennett Brooker collected 7 runs In the second Johnell Smith was the leading hitter !
has them
the process. tourney picked up some of the 2513. Leading hitter for the
und Johnny Powell each for-5,while inning, jumping, hot on bats.the Maverickswith Brooker Official play fur the Machine began former Warren Motor's men. It was a game was Kenneth Carlton, 5-for-5, for the Machine with a 3-for-4 rally, '. Terry llardee went a perfect 3 for-J. strong Saturday morning, when the Starke shoo-in with a 31.16 victory for the with 5 KBI's. Carlton and Mike Hart bringing in 6 runs.
collected 14 hits to the Mavericks' 12.
McKinney also collected 3 Kill's for The Mavericks left the for the club met H 4 II Construction of local men. Marcus Rhoden and Terry ley each had 2 homers. Team batting :1 .
the game. McDonald's batted 922 for week-end, while Brooker tourney waited out Daytona Beach Gathering 24 hits in Stratton helped the hitting process by average was .604, or 29 hits in 48 tripsto The final game of the tournament
the game, or 24 hits on 46 trips to the the loners' bracket.At 44 trips to the plate and 10 homers the going 5.for- Stratton collected 6 the plate. The Machine collected 7 saw the Machine meet and defeat 17.2 itaa.
plate. 9 Sat.. McDonald's beat GM club was led by Kenneth Carton{ KBI's for the second win for the homers for this third game. Joyful Acresthe team they dropped .
At 10 p.m., the game to watch was Keystone p.m.142. Stroking only 3 homers who went for-5, at the plate with two Machine Eddie Hazen stroked 3 pile. Into the'losers' bracket. Gathering 28 "' !
Brooker meeting and dropping Clark. for the fame McDonald's gave up 8 homers The Machine dropped the drivers for 7 RBI's, assisting in the 33 The fourth game for the Machine hits In 46 trips to the plate, the I IFra
Bulldozers of Green Cove Springs lift hits to their own 18. Johnny Powell hit construction crew to the losers' hits collected from the 47 trips to the was against the Roadrunners ofPalatka. Machine ended the week-end with. a.
.Terry Kelley hit one out of the park, two homers and Greg Moyer one bracket bv a score of 21-10 and batted elate for the Machine. In this came" nnmihlv their rloBeur camp game average of ,609
the only homer for Clark In 32 trips to
Keystone dropped to the IOKers'bracket
(he plate, Clark collected 10 hits for a
for the first time.
team average of ,31J..IJrooker played took the
At Water's again
its usual close defensive game and field 10J.m. Gay's Pool Service
grabbed 8 hits from ::11. trips to the from the tourney 219. John Ramsey :rj t
plate for an average of 222. Sharing und Bill Malone collected homers for j
honors of taking Brooker to the the Bulldozers and helped with the
victors' side were Billy Kay Smith 573 batting average, or 23 hits In 40 FOOD ; ,
and David Prescott, coin butting 2- trips to the plate. 'i
for-45uturday. Sunday's action began at 9 a.m. I 1 .utJ I
April 8. at t\I a.m. Water's when Brooker took the field and
Bulldozing! of Starke met and closely knocked Keystone 19-4 out of their 'f
defeated Gay's Pool Service of own tourney after 5 Innings Brooker FA I ,
Orange Park 1 54.>> Water's got only 9 was 23 for 30, or .767 for the game. C
hits in 27 trips to the plate, a ,3.13: Keystone collected only 3 hits in 21 w 'liJ.!''.
average led by Doug Brown and trips to the plate for a .143 average. CNOfCf ;i +l lENGL :.
Larry Mercer each going( 2for3. At 10:30: a.m.. the only two teams 1 ;'r
jay's Pool Service got \\I hits out of 31 left in the winners bracket, .
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standing order about to clear the time up factor a misunder Johnson. Paula Reed Marie Gratis. Leading hitters for l |BlptUtLwere t"a' Tuesady, April 4, the Men' Kelley' 9 for.4i\,Joe Robinson, :2 for 4 evening;;F. Baptist defeatedKVglsey, "
mea'a and for the Cathy AcAlpaneall going 1 for 4 at the Martha Grable, !Or*T t*# Church League of UM starke Becr- with an In the park homer In the 2nd Lake, 19-10. with 21 hits out of 48 trip
Recreation women's game, the plat. Getting 19 hits from 41 trips to Hobbs, 2 for 3' CbrlatleJWGdWhf'for "tionDept., began official play Inning. to the bag, or .437 for the game.
that the Department: has stated the plate, the Domino's averaged .483 2; Michelle Sapp. Ca. .JReddick, at 7:30: p.m. Klngsley Lake play Helping Bobby, MilneTk
ud nhalf Women noun gamea. will last tort lor thegame. The First.Baptist Gold Trade George going 1 for 3; Adrian, BrookerWist Since there had been MadlionStl* Johnny Hobby.and Mark MI iler.,aU :I\ ,
the first five or 20 runs after club got only 2 hits for the evening Barry, 1 lor 3; Lynn pierce 1 lor 4. some kind of misunderstanding about PiM Level U for .S for the game ) ..:
DwnUfMZ Innings. crediting Carolyn Sapp and Becky The batting average lor First Baptist" the time element, the Recreation Klnglsey Lake gathered 12 hits lor .
Batting ]-F.B.GcUt Smith with one each. Blue was .407 and the St. Edwards, Department baa slated that the time the game from 39 trips to the bat or'.J
,Dam no* met around and In defeated the let inning Ute the club hit .290 for the night for the men are now 7 full innings or Ins Innings of play Madison St. won .308 for the team; crediting Dennis .*
Baptist Gold First F.B. Blue t'-St.Edwards 10 runs after S Innings. a close victory, 19-is, when they Crawford with an In the park:homer in
tams 2S-1, at 7:30:: Next scheduled are Monday
While
p.m. racking up 11 hits from 27 games the 4th ,
April 10. Baptlatat rapped out 22 bits to Pine Levels 11. inning Steve Crawford was 2 (
Leading hitter for the trips to the April 17, Merchants: vs. Hope
plate First
Baptist Blue Frank Durrance led P.L. by for 2 for the evening, followed by
Dominos going 3
Marian were Karen Lunn 4 for 8; beat SL Edwards 19-2. Jerri Lane of 7:30; St. Edwards vs. Dominos at Klngtley takes* for 4 with a homer inside the park Curtis Crawford and Dennis Crawford .
: St. Edwards rapped out a four-baser 8:45. Tuesday, April 18, First Baptist Breaker 14 both 2 for 4.
which lost
Malm lathy.Whitehead was on an appeal of theI'UIU1eI'
:3 for 4 ;
; 3 for the losers who were credited with Gold vs. Merchants First Baptist f
for 5; Untla Lee, 2 for S; Casandra only S hits out of 20 tripe to bat. Blue vs. Hope Baptist at 843.; Kingsley Lake began play by Maine,not 3 for touching:3 with second 1 homer base;; M.D. NewBiveritPine '

defeating Brooker Baptist 2.-.. In six Price 2 for 4; M. Starling, 2 for 4, Level N ;
I 23 Attend Special.Olympics Competition Innings. Collecting 25 hits Klngsley while Bruce Jackson was 3 for J for Dcuton DeVoe stroked a bomb'' out *
Lake racked up 3 In-the-park homers. the evening. of the park In the 5th timing, making ':,j
Twenty-three Bradford County students up, along with a gymnastic exhibition and services lor the three day event,. Assisting gathering the hits were Madison St. was led by Wayne him :3 for:3 for the game, but not quiet ,j
participated In Dlatrlct 4 and a petting zoo. Twenty-lour hundred partlclpant.l'jand ; Curtis Crawford, 4 lor 8; DennIs Teston with an In the park homer In enough to pull Pint Level out. losing a
Special Olympic track and field Participants and volunteers were chaperone are expected to par-'v. Crawford, :3 for 4,with homer In the the 4th ; Jimmy Alvarez, Joey 20-10. to New River Pine Level !
competition held In Ocala at Booster treated to lunch provided by tlclpate having qualified through 68 j., fifth; Kenneth Molt 3 for 4; Donnle Bennett, both going 3 for 4; Stuart grabbed 13 bite out of 31 trips' to the '
Stadium Saturday. April 8. McDonalds. Some Bradford county county and 11 .district level meets '-j*! Elder,3 for 5; Randy Crawford 3 for Duncan was 3 for 8 while Jimmy plate, or ,419 while New River ralliedand.lappedaroundthebatsforldhits >
Students participating were: parents and teachers also provided These finalists will be selected.from f ta; Daniel Crews :i for 4j; George Prevatt was 2 lor 3 with 2 double ;t
Lamar Richardson Bobby Willing. drinks and other refreshments. The among 10,000 competitors throughout ;/} Canova, 2 for 3. Douglass Crawford H. Branham, 2 for 3, out of 37 tries for an average of .432. i
hum Darrell Rich Daniel Knowles group went on a bus provided by the Florida The cost of food and lodging j 1,, and Frank Gilmore took honors for collected: t homer. In the 5th Inning. Calvin Varnes and AI Waddell scored ;:
Curtis .Simmons. Joseph Rich, Ray school system. for this group is provided by charm ,'$ tile-two remaining homers on In the park homers. Doug Bennett 'j(
Klmore. Norman Dauge, Cheryl Seven counties participated. In the table contributions First Baptist It was 3 lor 3 for the evening, followed j
.WlIi! lh.m. Laverne McDuffie day long activities Including a parade The Stale Games have been held for 1%I I* Brooker collected 15 hits, led by 1Kteatoeyiakeis by Vanres 2 for 2 Lloyd Allen scored: j
Bobby Williams Ronald Davis of athletes. In addition to Bradford the past live years at the University of Ricky Mott going 4. far 4; Jerome by Mark Sapp. 4 for 4 for the time for 3 times at bat going :2 for 4. 'tl
James Hodge. Norman Dixon, students, represented were Union Florida in Gainesville; the last three ,.1
Kimberly Cruger. Felicia Nichols, Levy, Columbia, Dixie, Alachua'and l years under the expert leadership ol .1I
Mary Burton, Ruby'Elmore. Terry Marlon counties Dr. Kirby Stewart. Paul Straub, I
'. Albert! 'harles Wood. Ronnie Local athletes took several first Athletic Director of Jesuit High -Dixie Youth Baseball Begins : ; I Nby
.Frazier Ester Williams, Judy El- place blue ribbons. Some of the group School: In Tampa has undertaken the
MCII'&. Fred Fayson and Sharon. will be attending the Florida Special duties of Game Director lor this -

Hodge.Ouipcrones. Olympics'9th Annual State Games lor year's games.ogramofsportstraianlnQ. Sylvia Wheeler The American League's teams and p.m.. at the Pratt Street Recreation
with the the Mentally Retarded to be held June nationwide The Starke Recreation
group were: Department are: Met-Chamber of Department for the Mets who will
VickJ! Moschella. Shirley Johnson 18. 17. 18, at the University of South and athletic has begun the Dixie Youth Baseball Commerce, managed by Herman play the Braves In Lawte)'. at S-43.
Debbie Bigham. Cheryl Grafts Mary Florida in Tampa. U.S.F.'s President competition lor mentally retarded program for the 978 season There Shoening; Braves-Gem Jewelry the Pirates will play. the Lawtey Blue
Burton: and. Mary Strong, co- John Lott Brown has appointed a children and adults. It is unique In are two divisions, the American managed by Randall Davis andCharles team of the National League, :
OI'IIanlxerJ University wide Committee headedby that it provides for competitors at all These and the divided Francis; Angels-Elks!: For' a schedule of the games cull 1 I
The students! were treated to a full Dan Walbolt Acting Vice levels of ability by assigning them to divisions are also into Lodge managed by Mike McRae; the Recreation Department ....a7ltl. I
'day's- activities In '''addition to the President for Student Affairs to "competition divisions based on both various teams, each sponsored by Lawtey Gold-Lawtey Dixie Youth On Saturday. Apl'illS. beginning at I
fompflitlon., Sports clinic{ were net coordinate the University' facilities age and actual performance! ." !focal merchants. Association group of 10 Individual's approximately 12:30:, p 1ft.. the! 1
(parents and coaches raised money), 'Recreation Department will host a
managed by Calvin Varnes. Family Day at the Pratt Street ball .
--- __ The National League' teams and field.This day of fun will consist of 4-
;.. R--- sponsor* are: Dodger's-Sonny's 'one-hour games pitting the American
t Th Real Pit managed by Richard Little; League against the National League
Giants-Badcock Furniture, man for the only time this year. A banner
FOOD aged by Jim Burney; Pirates-Guar contest will be in full swing with the
anty Federal managed by Allen players showing the banner which
Koher; and Lawtey Blue-Lawtey they have made themselves. The
Dixie Youth, Association, managedby winners' will receive free cookies
.. Don Sprow. donated by McDonald's of Starke.
FAIR Parent are urged to assist their
children whenever there are practice The Invocation will be given at
scheduled whenever the teams are about 12:43: p.m., The Star Spangled
to play Banner will be sung. and the players '
During the regular baseball Dixie for the days games! will be Introduced
." ,1 Youth program season the American before the first game gets under way.
League and the National League will The schedule: for play on April 15th
.' not play against each other. There will be as follows:
( UPTON will be only Interdivlslon play. 1p.m.-Mets vs. Dodgers.2 p.m.-
LARGE This year, children will be Pirates vs. Angela 3 p.m.-Braves vs.
transported to and from Lawtey for Lawtey Blue.4.p.m.-Lawtey Gold Vs.
I' 'EA BAGS S NGHOUSE games by the Recreation Department Giants'
EGGSW for the games. Almost all of the At about 8:30. or after the final
FRESH games have been divided between game there will be a dinner for the
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', 100 COUNT GRADE A Starke and Lawtey. Until now, all players and others at the field when
t DOZEN games have been scheduled until 7p.m. the Recreation Department will have
e LIGHT BULBS Now, however, the players will hot dogs and all the goodies to go with
be able to play two separate gomes at them. There will be no charge for the
.= 55 C PACKAGE OF TWO' the same time, thus eliminating so meal only for what you should chooseto
*',e -__ ) many night games. especially on drink.
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'. .. ,., a schedule of games to come, ". children playing please. :come.., out a 9if tiz' : .," '," "11<-
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PORK .11. 20' office received several letters and director, said the effluent i Is treated
: 49diia11M11 phone calls this week from Bradford "fairly well." but not sufficiently to
HOCKS lfs. Filbert/ ) Margarine. ;
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is Y r / N?--1 County citizens concerned over the meet present! state standards set for
Chwsi wae89d art announcement of a possible extension New River. He explained that the
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of two for continued pollution of
years volume of water In /New River' Is not
J ti e.0' Orange r tutee .aarax.a.99d : New River "in violation or rules and sufficient to assimilate effluent that
1 standards of the Stale of Florida" has only 90 per cent of conlanlments
Swcent Rolls sea 49VI The protests were touched off by a removed. Tertiary (third Ktagei
.-....- legal notice published March 12 in a treatment of some kind would be
\.., .'. e e Cheese Spread rue S 1 75 SAVI 50" Jacksonville newspaper stating that needed to bring removal above so per.
DER I ill considering issuing a temporary rent. Dutton said.
, .. t Cong Horn Cheese ..Wna99d : permit lor Florida State
4 -... Prison to continue discharging effluent No local officials Including
, 'f, Chelso Slices=L111tAvE Into New River that Is below superintendents of the two prison
, ,, .,.:' 88 save WN WY11W A state pollution standards. The sewage Institutions or the county health
..:..a .' UFranks, se.sz 2r Hormels Sausages'uusa 99d1 s i"C.IIIIS. Mna ,58' IIAYta treatment off Highway 16 on the departments were notified of the
'".. tla1 Ogna f IIani tAYE Biscuits; I east side 0 fl.nt. River, serves Union possible permit Issuance and were un
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CRUICF .. wwe Correctional Institution as well as aware of the circumstances: Involved.
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Fifth Annual _




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Over 300 dancers in colorful Rancourt was dressed In a 'jjjij'44"; : _

authentic Indian costume costume of red, white, yellow _
dancing to the beat of Indian and black feathers, chosen because _
drums and chants climaxedthe they represent the four _
fifth annual Pow Wow of race colors of the nation '\ _
the North Flordla Indian Culture _
Society held at the North All natural materials are c4 .\1 .,. 1'I_ _
Florida Christian campground used In making these r
on Little Lake Johnson. cosutmes.These materials In- rr ,
clude turkey spikes hackles, t I' '
Large tl l (tepees) and breast feathers. Ran- i
bordered the dimly lit arena court's head piece, called a
which was centered by the porcupine roach,was made of
singers and drummers porcupine: quills and Eagle
creating an atmosphere sndsetting feathers Rancourt pointedout
like that of an that In order to own Eagle
authentic Indian reservation. feathers legally, one .must be
01 Ind.n: origin.

According to Fred Glennon.] : II. i F 4. '+ t tF
a member of the NFICS, of Beadwork on his costume is ( 4
Jacksonville,the annual event made from a loom and r ,'i ,h'wt.r' IV ,
is the result of a number of stitched to the costume with _
people in the area developingan the "lary squaw" stitch. His
interest In Indian culture sash alone contained as manyas i ii
and In the preservation of this 50,000 tiny colored beads. 4
native American culture. Also In his possession Is his l i er wr'
Glennon stated that the greatgrandfather's
peace
annual event has grown from pipe, carved In the effigy of % na'I,
around 100 dancers in Indian the Arctic fox, handed down Yt
costume to around 300 who attended from father to son, generation
the event this year. after generation

Both non-Indian people and Rancourt explained the Over 300 Indian dancers, both of Indian origin anil,non-
of Indian
those heritage philosophy of Indian culture
make up the society and come as the earth I is their mother. Indian participated In the North Florida Indian Culture 'r- /'
from all over the eastern Wow Isst' t 1J :: "
states attend this Pow Wow. Society Pow weekend on Uule Lake Johnson. ) : : .

Master of ceremony for the "People Ire killing their
Saturday evening's dance and mother today," Rancourt '
finale of the weekend activities said referring to the environment t0' n y 4
was Tommy Roughface pointing out that people
should treat the earth as they
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would their mother with love i '
Ponca Indian from Ponca eg *
City Oklahoma. and care. a i1I
Activities include a Princess It is also their philosophy to ,
contest craft and tipi treat all people of the earth as 1
contests, raffles and special their brothers, he stated. ;
dances In costumes. Another aspect touched on by : Vji'.rl
Rancourt was the close family _

Many of the people relationship and also their .
attending have as much as spiritual beliefs
$S00 to tl.ooo invested In their "Every dance is opened r 's lr ', +9 ; '
elaborate authentic Indian with prayers, closed with 1
costumes. "It's a very rewarding prayers and a flag raising," 1 1s 44 1
thing," said Glennon. he said of the ceremony. ,a' '
One dancer, Gerrard Ran- "The only requirement for
court. Jr. of Charlotte N.C., membership into the North
who Is an artist in residence at Flordia Indian Culture Society .
the University of North is that members must show an t :: -
Carolina and whose heritage Interest in Indian culture" .
goes back to the Abenackl said Glennon. For more i 4 :

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Bradford County land sales distance of 208.71 feet to point which lies East of SR-225-Ajn John Edward Tost to Fred of NWV4 West of Hwy. 16 and
for January 1978 got off to a of beginning being 1,000 Section 19, TSS. R22E,' $1(10. G. Mueller Lot 5, Block 2. the West 225 feet of the NEU
slow start with sales of acres. $24,000.Charles I James E.: Craft and wilt.lo Nichols Acres 3000. of NWU, North of Hwy. 225,
9355.983 as compared to sales H. Wolf Jr. and Bernard F. Hufflngton) aad- Vernon E. Olin to Mark, except H acre fn NE corner of ritr:5:
last January 011800.351. wife to Joan M. Graham and wife a parcel of land situatedin Vernon Olin and wife, NEt intersection of SR-16 and SR-
Prices of transactions are husband.Lots 18 and 19. Block SWU of Section 35, T6S. corner of NWU of SE4. of Section 225.; lying In S25, TSS. R21.
figured from documentary tax 5, Santa Fe Shores $100. R22E 4000. 30 T6S R22E $100. containing 19.48 acres more or
stamps affixed to deeds filed Robert I. Hannah and wife Anthony S. Lazarczyk to Vernon E. Olin to Mark V. less $100.Oscar .
in the office of the county' to Terry G Hannah, a parcel Jean B. Drapeaw, a parcel of Olin and wife, part of the W.,.i Dell and wife to
clerk of land containing 2.5 acres, land situated in the NEVt of of the NWU of SEU lying SE Cleveland Morris a parcel of
lying In the SEV4 of NWV4 of S30, T7S R22E, 96.300 of SH-S-100-A and NE of land containing one acre, r
E:F. Caldwell and wife to Section 12, T6S. R22E $100. Martin Einspahr and wife to County graded road in S30, lying In Block one, North F
Iris John Hamilton and wife, J.C. Gardner and wife to Arnold Vogt and wife Lots 12 TGS, R22E, $100 Range 3, E of Simon .J.
all that part of S',.. of NWi. of Curtis W Dukes Lot 2 of and 13 of Block 3, Santa Fe Eiuau Bright.Jr. to Marian Temple's Subdivision 2500.
NW'4 of Section 35, T5S, Block 2 of Pinehaven 9800. Shores $12,000.Thomas Bright,W I>*> of one square acre Lester B. Wright and wife to
R22E containing 2 acres Estelle W. Padgett and C. Malltow and wife In SW corner of SWU of NEV4 Edward L. Arms and wife a
$3000 husband to Frederick L. to Gary Arthur Pravden and of SEU of Section 26, T5 parcel of land containing 2'4'
The Ott Corporation to JohnW Watterson and wife the SW wile Lots 8. 9. 10, and 11 of K22E, containing 14 acre, acres, more or less lying In
McDanielle and wife Lot 5 corner of NEU of SE>4 of SlO, Block 7 of Ward City in Brad- $100. the SEU of Section 7, T7S,
of Block A, Seminole Ridge T6S, R2IE for point of ford County. "Ward City" is Essau Bright, Jr. to EdwinA R22E. $2.100.Lestn .
Unit 4. $10,000.Geneva beginning, and run North known as Brooker 6000. Clark E's of one square
Lake Estates. Inc. 625.50 feet thence run South 89 Jean E. Milligan and wife to acre in SE corner of SWV4 of B. Wright and wife to
to Donald M Hale and wife degrees and 45 min., East a Shirley P. Riley a parcel of NWU of SEU of S26, TSS, Thomas; B. Wallace and wife,
Lot 4 & 5, Geneva Creek, distance of 257 feet, to an Iron land containing one acre lying K22E. containing Iaacre\ a parcel of land containing 2.5
23000. stake thence run South 625.50 in the NWV4 of NEU,S35 T6S, $5000 acres more or less lying in the Corporal Johnny Hobbs. receives a 20-year service pin from
Walter T. Hughes and feet to an Iron stake, thence K22C $11,000.Bores Benjamin Clark, Sr. and SEU of S7. T7S. R22E 2500. Captain J.E.Love.Offering congratulations Florida Highway i
Christina Hughes to C. run North 89 degrees and 45 Decorating and wife to Edwin A. Clark, SW Nathan Raulerson and wife Patrol Troop B LL K. Boatright. "
Douglas Mueller the West 12 min. West a distance of 257 Painting, Inc. to David corner of EH of NEU of SEU, to Joann Brown the Lots No. ,
acres of the Sue of the SE'... of feet to the point of beginning, Charles Patterson and wife, a 'run North 208.75 feet, thence 22, 27. and 38 in Section 31,. FHP 20-Year ServicePin !j
SW 4 of S25. TSS,R22E. $2,000. 18000. parcel of land situated In S12 East 208.75 feet. thence :South TsS. R22E $100. .'
Leo Dyal and wife to Robert I. Hannah and wife T9S, R22E, lot 23 of an unrecorded 208.75 feet, thence West 208.75 Nathan Raulerson and wife
Leonette A Dyal, a parcel of to Robert I. Hannah, Jr. and map of "Seminole feet to point of beginning Section to Edward Brown. Jr., Lots He started as a radio West Palm'? Beach, then leer 1 ,
land containing 1.07 acres, wife a parcel of land containing Ridge Unit No. 6," $4.000. 26 TSS. R22E. $100. No. 22, n, and 38 in SSI, TSS, operator In Tallahassee and Live Oak and then toQuincy'; *, '
lying in the NWU of NEU of 2.5 acres, lying in the E.M.Lewis to Lewis Timber Jack M. Courtnay toRichard R22E. $100. today J.R. Hobbs a corporal small town near !?" r
S26. TSS. R22E $100 SEa... of NWV of Section 12, Co., Inc.,a parcel of land lying K. Rock and wife C.W. Savage and wife to service for 20 years of Finally he- was transferred! ;-
Robert H. Bell and wife to T6S R22E $100 In the NI1t of the SE'4 of the Lots 2 and 24. Lake Hampton Dorothy S. Moore and Jeffery to the Florida. High. back to / ,.f' I
Leonard C McElhenny and Henry G. Williams and wife SWVi. West of SR-200 In Section Oaks S25, T7S R21, $7,500. Glen Moore, as tenants in way Patrol. .had family and friends, *;; ,.,, I ..
wife a parcel of land situatedin to John S. Williams and wife, 32, T6S, R22E $6,600. James DeSue to Veronica common, all that part of the -,
the NE'2 of SWU of S31,. the NWi7 of Lot 32, which lies Betty Alice Miller Dazinskl DeSue a parcel of land South 275 feet of SWU of SWU Captain J.E. Love presented In July of 1972 he wad
T6S. R22E $2.683. North of right of way of a new to Betty A. Dazinski and situated in the SEU of the except the East 876 feet lying Hobbs with 20-year 'promoted to Corporal and was ifly+,
Leland A. Brown and wife to paved street and county husband the West 210 feet of NW'4 of S21. TBS R22E. $100. and situate In 517 T6S, R22E service the pin Monday afternoonat stationed In Starke where he*'' ;
Drew B. Hall and wife a highway which replaces Old EH of NWi, of SW'4. South of Nadine Cannon to $100. FHP station.in Starke. remains' today with his wife, I
parcel of land situated in S27, Crawford Road in Woodland SR.200. except right of way Claradean Clark Wilkes an James L. Andrews and wife Today Hobbs Is Dena and ,their three41 i I
T6S. R21E, $8500 Subdivision. 15000. and except easements, in Section undivided Interest In and to to James R. Flynn, lot 7 of over ten FliP a supervisor children.: ., r' .&l.I.i'r! .
Leonard C Rowe and wife Roy Griffin to Gerald Mark 18, T7. R22 $100. the following described Golf View as recorded In Plat radio troopers, four
to William Q. Crude and wife Griffis subject to a life Estate J.M. Edwards and wife to property. NWU of NW4 N of Book 3, Page 42, public records personnel operators, but 20, and other the The events In his life wlth/1fe :
the WU of SE'. of NWi, of of Roy Criffis the East of James E. Pennington, a Highway 225 and all of NWV4 $6,000. began as a radio years ago he Highway Patrol are not V
SE''. except the N 413 feet. Lot 32 in Woodlawn in SIS parcel of land containing 2.15 After operator. outstanding because "they\I'
S34. TSS. R22E. $6.050. TSS. R22E and containing S acres lying In the SWU of S33, Florida Gas Honors Employees the FLIP a year he and a half with happen all the time" he said/ '
Georgia Bell Brown to acres more or less. Less that 'T8S. R22E. $3350. changed to the 20 years of service>! ?, "
Leonard C. Rowe and wife NE corner containing one Cleone M. Dowling and Local employees of Florida cited for having one year Tallahassee city police department in manhunts, rescues, high *** .
but a little speed .chases '.
more "
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Parcel I. Nit of SW corner of acre more or less previously husband to Gerald Griffis Gas Transmission without an Injury. than \ are 'routine. '.
Companywere a later he
year back Hobbs *
the NEU of $l0 conveyed to Johnny Bates Construction Gas was is a revolver expert *r-'I t, .
T7S. R22E. Company; honored *t the com Florida Transmission lethe with the Highway Patrol. teaching firearm .'
and run East along South line $100. Incorporated. Block 3 tDowling' pany's 19th annual dinner natural gas pipeline sug- training to : '
'new *
of said NE'4 of NEU' a Geneva Lake Estates Inc. Subdivision, S28 meeting held Thursday, sidiary of Florida Gas employees at FHP. He is >'!
distance of 660 feet, thence to WC Emery and wife a T6S, R22E $3.500. !March 30, at the PlantationInn Company, headquartered In He has been in Florida stationed In also qualified to teach police
North 611.75 feet. WEst 66O parcel of land situated in S25, HC. Wynn to Frank i I. In Gainesville. Winter Park. Florida. The many areas beginning standards, and has taught in ,. ,
feet. South 666 feet, to point of TSS. R22E. of Geneva Creek.. McKinney. and wife. a parcel A.P. Munden, superintendent annual gatherings have been a with Daytona, moving to the past at the Vo-tech Center. ,. i i
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$6.000 of land containing .:36 cre.-; '
beginning containing 5 acres, of Compressor Station tradition since Florida Gas .
more of less..Parcel II, 5'. of Jack D. McDaniel and wife lying in the NE 4 of NWU of 16 at Brooker, was the master Transmission began serving I
SW corner of NEU of NE'4 of to James M. Durden and wife Section 11, T7S R21E. 2000. of ceremonies for the evening.Dr. the state of Florida with '. March of Dimes Salutes ,:'*'*"'' t., .
S10. T7S. R22E and run a parcel of land containing Harold Biddix to Doyle M. K.L Lay of Winter Park, natural gas In 1959. At the : I
along the South 1.017 acres, lying in the NWU Archer and wife and Archie
Easterly line president of the comoanv... was dinners, employees and their Walk-a-thon f; '
of said NE'i of NE'4 a of SE 4 of 526. T7S, R22E M:Tanner and wife a parcel the guest speaker. wives and husbands hear a report VolunteersSaturday. t. }, I
distance of 660 feet 20500. of land lying in the NWU of S5, the '
thence I\
Annual, employee service on Company's progress March '
18, a large' of Dimes in Starke
North 611.75 feet, thence West Nathan Raulerson and wife 175,R22E,SE corner of N>* of awards were' presented to the previous crowd Pat
660 feet thence South 666feet to Nathan D Thornton the SW>4 of said NW 4 and run Union County residents employed year. In, addition employees few adults school-age gathered youth anda Spengler,asked Coach George I' ,'M' ie i
Loper and
his
of Easterly 132 feet of lots 22 27 West along the South together wife Joanne, to nh.A
point beginning 5 acres by the firm as follows: earning long-service and behind the new 'courthouse in coordinate the Walkathon .'.....
more or less $10.000 and 38 in S31. TSS. R22E $100. boundary of the right of way of Glenn Brannen of Lake safety awards Ire recognized. Starke to in
Gerald Griff to Edward L. Thomas S. Williams and SR-200. run thence NE along Butler, 10 years Glen Clyatt The meetings also afford the 1978 March participate of in the Starke. They agreed, and '
Lee and wife the NE corner of wife to Leroy Guy Allen and said East boundary a distance of Worthington Springs 15 opportunity for management Walkathon. For the Dimes and after long hours of planning, ,' '
Si. T6S R20E. thence run wife, Lots 1, :2 and :3 of Block of 460( feet to point of years; and Phillip Joyner of to personally meet all its years, the March of Dimes past eight has with Interested the help in of many' '.Y
the
persons :
goals
South 1 degree 54'32" 11. Livingston. Truby & beginning. From point of ,
east Providence, 10 years. approximately 1.250 employees been'
of
sponsoring Walkathons the March of
along East line of said Section Company's addition to the beginning then described to Other employees receiving at v.rloualocatiOl1s In throughout the United Dimes, these ., i
States dedicated volunteers
1. thence South 87 degrees Town of Starke 528. T6S, continue In a NE direction service awards were: nal,Louisiana,Mississippi to raise money for the well-run and piloted a' 'a
07'21" West of North line of R22E. $5.000 along said East boundary a Brooker- Warren MIzelle 19 Alabama and Florida research and many successful
said SE'4 of NE'4 to the L N. Wilson and wife to distance of 150 feet to iron years; Lloyd Dyal 10 years; programs needed public to education combat Walkathon.The. Executive. )
Easterly! right of way line of Calvin Elwood Padgett and stake then run SE and perpendicular Hezekiah Gainey S .years; Florida Gas Transmission Is the problem of birth defects. of the Central Committee
SR-235 and the point of wife. Section 18, T7S, R22E. to'said East George Lovelace 15 years the largest supplier of energy Although other North of Florida 1_." :
the
thence South $12.000. boundary a distance of ISO In the Florida market, delivering organiza Chapter March of .
beginning run and John Riges. is years tions have found this .-!'.
Lila Kubizna. feet. to an iron stake thencerun event an Dimes would )like. to thank : :;'
Lila about
.02 degrees 16' East along formerly ; Stark-Harold Gay;S years 660 million effective ,
Dyal, to LM. Wilson in a SW direction and cubic feet of way also to raise for their .uccellfu\ :,Kthem' ",
said East right of way line a and wife, Luther Riley 15 years; and by money for their various efforts. : ;'
distance of 208.71 feet, thencerun a parcel of land containing parallel with. said Easterly Tim Talley, 15 .and pipeline to the state daily. Theompanv' V 'V' ''.4" '. years; It has been the
North 87 degrees 07'21" S.54 acres, lying partly in the boundary a distance of ISO feet, Robert King of Keystone 15 distribution divisions 01 causes the national policy Accolades, too,go to Gladys c :;:. N., ..
East a distance of 208.71 feet;. E',of SWU of NWU and part tom iron stake. Run thence in years provide natural gas and Walkathons office to. Pierce and Mary Cissy. for ::r '. .f
1)1') In the SE. of NW> 01 a NWesterly direction and liquified! petroleum promote sponsored leading' the best January .
thence run North .02 degrees 518, The Brooker Compressor gas the March 1"t!:
16' West distance 01 20*.71 T7S. R22E 30000. perpendicular IBid Easter.. Station 16 was died for having service for approximately. by of Dimes Mothers March that'Starke\:"" )i
SOLELY
feet to said North line of SE. Maxie D. Reddish and wife ly boundary distance of ISO 12 straight years without a 2,600 residential, commercial March of as Dimes.a benefit for. the has ever had. The March of 'a-..-r.Dimes <'.,}, .
to Roger Dale Arnold and feet. to point of beginning and industrial customers in la grateful to the'S. I I
of NE ., thence run South 87 disabling injury, and Florida With this policy in mind, the citizens of Starke for their
1 degrees, 07'21" West a, wife South :2 acres of Lot 29. $30.000. Hydrocarbons of Brooker was eight population centers volunteer leader of the March interest,and support,, '.




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onoeManufacturing Is FirstStep /mf+rrc' '

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Lawtey Correctional In- ,.,' ",'" .....'.' .. "
stltuUon .la now Into full seal'ry, K VJ' "W4 nsvgwat
production of work thorn for ,I ,,
Inmates at savings of3
percent of the cot of
purchasing thoM. shoes out ,*
side the system.Inmates .
began learning how )
to cut, sew and vulcanize the
shoes about a month ago. A J
press tour was arranged < "
Tuesday March 21, to show '," .':' I ,
the' production of the heavy,
black work shoe. i
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Shoe production supervisor I,
Simpson Bap 'ell said the goal i .;
ot producing 288 pairs daily I;
would within 18 months
eliminate the need to
purchase shoes for the over m ,
19,0)0( state prisoners. Bag
well said he hopes to keep r
costs for the size 6ft to 13 I
workahoe under$5 for the rawaterlals. n 4Theoodnmate "
.The overhead costs t
/have not been determined yet,
Mid Bagwell, but may add $2 work force east produce zM pairs of work shoes dally aid In II month eliminate tt
per pair. The cost of the equip the need to purchase shoes for the lt.SZ3 state Drsumera estimate orison official t
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shoes ment purchased total to make the The plant starts with only for shipment. The first Institution trdered and Installed New :
167000. hides and rubber sole strips. to receive the work shoes Industries being Instituted are ,
DOR previously paid $8.71 The bides are cut marked, will be Polk Correctional manufacturers of office Shoe factory supervisor' .
per pair for work shoes which and sewn. Eyelets are Institution when It .is equipment plastic product, Lawtey Inmate use a :soo. Simpson Bagwell watches while a t
officials complained did not In. The toe Is egree vulcanlter to apply solrs to
punched shapedin completed later this year. brooms and mops, signs corrugated work shoes
last very long. Once the needsof a heated press. Then the boxes, bar soap, pres I
the prison system are met leather portion Is heatweldedto DOR secretary Louie L. sure-treated posts and lumber
shoes will be sold to other the rubber sole In a
food
Wainwright said the 1978legl.lature and central processing
state agencies, said a DOR re- machine which molds the called for a shin automobile rebuilding -
presentative. Full production shape of the sole and marks It toward Inmate work and and vegetable pro-
at the factory can reach with the size and .'
as "Lawtey. provided about $10 million to ceaal i. ,' ':' .'
high as 80,000 pairs of shoes expand Inmate industries, and The new'industries will be .. :
workers.per year in one shift of The shoes when completed that funding .la being used now added to about 100 productsnow T-2: : ,;.. .k ,I <.,:." ..,1!,,.,::.'::.',; :'"

are !sized and put on shelves as industrial equipment .is being manufactured. t I l.r;\':' :'ei: '+, t1r


Sounds Looks Feels Like a Truck sw.M n i' .. -, i

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It has controls like a truck, Before the driver a slide demand. Ryder A vocational Instructor will ,?, ,
13 forward gears and makes tape system projects highway production last year atop. be hired to work with Inmateson
sounds like a truck, but the scenes onto a front screen and donating the four remaining the simulator which 'I
unit, the first truck driving rear view mirrors. There are simulators to prisons in requires about 12 hours of useper .
simulator to be used in the eight programs ranging from Florida Texas, Nebraska and student that can be
Florida. correctional system five to 30 minutes that train Connetlcut as a goodwill followed by hands-on driving.
just sits In one spot in a classroom students in shifting gears, gesture.
at Lawtey Correctional backing up, defensive driving, Louis L. Wainwright, Lawtey Correctional Institution -
Institution.The proper handling of a vehicle/ Department of Offender was chosen becauseIt f 1.
unit was developed by under hazardous road Rehabilitation secretary had available classroom I
the Ryder Trucking Co. seven conditions.An accepted the simulator space and an allocated
years ago to train drivers howto Insturctor remains at the Tuesday, March 21. on behalf ,vocational Instructor positionand
operate a truck without the ,console and can monitor the of the state and tried his handat because of its proximity ,
expense of fuel, to avoid road speed of a driver and can also truck driving. to Bradford-Union County Vo-
hazards, and the possibility a control the weight, road Wainwright said the prison Tech School, which has a ,(
novice would tear up a trans grades and the gauges on the system Is always working to truck driving program and to
mission, said company representative truck. help an offender while he is In Jacksonville which .Is a large o
R. Charles Back. The simulators were being the system to develop skills transportation center where
The simulator consists of a sold by Ryder for$43.000 each, which will allow him to get a Inmates may be able to obtain { I+
full-scale replica of a typical but production of the unit was job when he returns to the jobs upon their release, said a
truck cab plus an Instructor's unprofitable due .to' lack of community. prison representative. \
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console,.and an audio-visual ... .. ......"" .. ft.!< ;{ : ..
that uJ.
system ; reproduces the E
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sights and sounds of on the Inmates Take Part In Crusade "; w. 1.I
road travel. The simulator .Is ..I I I
equipped with a full .. ,(
instrument panel and Prison Inmates at six local Friday, Saturday and Sunday This was the first prison
controls a steering wheel units were able to take part in with Inmates at union Correc-, crusade for this year, said J. t tI
brake and clutch system, and a three day Easter weekend tional Institution, Florida Redman with about one a ." ti
13 forward gear shift lever. encounter with evangelist Bill State Prison, Lawtey Correc- month planned for the ,
The parts all react realistically Glass athletes and enter tional Institution the remainder of the year. The i
as the student goes tainers. Reception and Medical CenterIn Florida Department of
through the routine of starting A former professional foot Lake Butler, Butler Transfer Offender Rehabilitation furnished
the engine and moving ball player. Glass along with Unit and the O-Unit at transportation to the I
through the gears under other athletes and 150 UCI. group from Starke to the ,
various conditions. counselors spent portions of units.
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At UC1 between 800 and ;
,l,000lnmatee took part In each
program held on the prison
recreation field, said Pete I
Redman,one of the four directors ,
> *> Involved with the ,
crusade. 'Raiford Boy DOR secretary Louie... Wainwright try. his hand on the truck simulator Installed at Lawtey I
Correctional: IniUtutlon.
The 150 counselors all of I Complete with all controls and truck sound. slides present driving challenge The simulator ,
whom pay their own way and donated by Ryder Trucking Co., will be used In a classroom to train Inmate In an employable
expenses, some from as far D. ''I'IIl
away as the west coast, spend Scouts Hold }
time only at one Institution
Tr while the special guest enter- ,J.

tainers and athlete rotated to ___ _
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Mhj. Celebrities appearing Awards BanqueWalter

during the weekend were Billy
"White Shoes" Johnson of the I
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Houston Oilers; Jim Ray If
(Smith formerly of the Cleve- f
aen land Browns; Paul Wrenn "Guy" Massy. I Ii

world record weightlifter; Carlos Johary, and Albert i...
McCoy McLemore, of the Johary were awarded first i
+ Milwaukee Bucks, and Mike class honors at the annual
j Grain, a black belt Karate and J
Rung Fu expert.
Former Inmate Nick "the Greek" Plrovolos talks. to UCI Court of Honor Ceremony of ,
Inmates daring the.BUI Class Crusade,weekend March 24. 25. Boy Scout Troop No. 153 of M
26. Ralford Friday evening et
March 17 at the Employees
Clubhouse at the Union Correctional -

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Along with the awards
given, three new scouts were
;i Inducted into the troop.. The
new scouts are Otis Miller { ''tor
a 'John McKenny, and DavyEsford. ,

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Other awards given were
second class: Clark Smith and
Richie O'Steen; tenderfoot:
Houston O'Steen, Cory Brown,
,and Daivd Sleberllng; and the


1 Scout Progress Award was I
..q' given to Troy Thrift rrBoy ;

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Seoul from Troop No. 153 of Ballard are from left to right! First row-Troy Thlrt. scoot
Cagle wishes to invite any RkJil O'Sieen. second class: Houston O'Sleen/tenderfoot;'Job McKtnny.,OU* Miller DovM I
boys between the ages of it tenderfoot; Clark Smith second clai*. Second row-Cory Brown tenderfoot. :!,Albert II II8lellerlillJ.
t ,y fqdLV joining and 17. Troop who are No.Interested 153: please In Johary,lint class. ; Michael Cagle,scoutmasiertsndCarlo.Johary,liril data : '

come to the Employees Club- I
house at UCI on. Monday : I,
evening at 7 p.m. '. LOSTSTRAYEDSTOLEN ''r
r The Boy, Scouts have an h it'
I active camping I and hiking .. 'J
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program '
Pit Bud, Male, Red i
programs.
E Friendly With P ple. '
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Michael Cagle. Scout:1" h' It j
:', : \ Missing From My Kennel At New River Junction I
master was very pleased with I.. :.? ,:: ). \ I i
the delicious ham dinner that ;
Using four'hundred pounds of fee Instead of the requested three hundred pound slab. Mike wu served and was thankful Monday Afternoon. Apr 10, 1978 ili tf}l: I ,A"I!"
train Is King ea riser sharp. swords with a bed of nails directly on his chest underneath tM Ice. for' the assistance of the i .
Screaming Intense cODCeatna O.. Oral wait for the volunteer to swing the sledge hammer administration Inmates, and GENEROUS .REWARD.POR.SAFE RETURN | } : 1i
down and hit the center of the .lab.Tbe first hit. was off. and the Ice had to be Kit again train 'employees club0, UQI with Pete S arks.485.16140r496.2110 .,., .'.1\ ,
emerged unharmed after volunteers picked him straight up Into the air oil the swords., the dinner. t't t!


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) Walker p.m. the Junior Choir will rehearse. overseer Mr. P,R. Bartell. on MM style In relation to the answer !.".' I
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School is
Elisabeth: '
by Saturday the Sunday sponsoring subject "Have Faith In the Good sean l problems.
Phone S4BH3 and Fund Day Activities -
I / a Bazaar News." The speaker will contrast the.
to begin at 10 a.m.There will be 'who would like tr t pent Ii\
will modern scene: of so much"bad news All M tu
Strand Senior Citizens for sale. plus free '
Silver useful Items
many crime weekead ..... .
building
perpetuated by poverty. ele, "
meeting Is
hold their regular monthly refreshments and games. Sunday with the refreshing promise ft th* consider the WttmaeM line|.(jw ,:
April 19. at 7:30: p m, In the All Day Senior Care Morning day. Sunday School 9:30 a m.4 Scriptures of a near solution. Personal Jein, them at the CxfetttiM....sg std" .k' itTPES
Center: at RJE Complex Worship 11 am. League evaluation will be encourasxxl Gainesville Fair Greuadta.begin ......... Qp ywldlag
Citizens are Invited to attend. p.m. Evening Worship 6pm. as the speaker will prevent fact Saturday at ':Si ..m. .se.t s.r, ',
Gad
of
Free Canaan True Church : from the Bible that should all to etude Sunday at 4:30: a n. Alt aliasI .* MEPU'v .
: The regular Prayer Meeting cause idM .......d.i ... 1Ncoste J
7'30
Dell('hepter.exOE
bell will be held Tuesday : pm. Service. take serious note of their personal life are (tree .... no caUcctfen I* TAKEN.BROOKER ..... _. 'MJN01 "***.. .r.w
meeting of Chapter Friday 7:30: p.m. Tarrying I ti ....... lie ....-.,. .5.ee. Iv-4.*..*.-pf 1M1 t ,* .AL.
al 7 m. All School Morning Worship .. 1
10 a.m.
Thursday. April II p Sunday *...!.......*r.* *
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mvmbeis are Invited to attend. Business 11 a.m. .. w.................. ...., '
.. .. 4IU eats A60M1t1UMMELTS :
of vital Importance. Plans must ML Ptegsh A.M.E.. Church. : Choir NEWS1{JI r ... ... ... -
he made for the meeting in Jack rehearsal Wednesday at 7:30 pm. ] ...... ..s. ....'084. tntMAINES
sonville. The cooperation of the Sunday School: 10 a m., Morning Wor rueU61NU6SP1uSTUNiTYi L.wit-e. Sse. 4IS64M t4 5/a"! pt' s.6er'stir' ,

membership Is needed from all ship II am.Antloch by Jeanelte PrvscottPhone WEDNESDAY: Friodl ctUdem 1rNeellk&ry j. j.I. .. .. r --.. hNWIM. file 1

members MhsUaery Baptist 4H3-I7I3 Maahod yatatoes, ctr*.4 J ....... .. p-NL. la ... ._ ..... *...... .....
The regular meeting of the Con Church: Prayer Meeting Thursday at Adult Night 8e.....|., sticks, lemo pea bet ratH ,ii:;,...... ..... ......... ..- dslr ...... I..harPole. TSEsEAu orfliC' 3 3PLINTIMfi s.
:
cerned Citizens of Bradford County 7 p m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Regular school students __ .... -- .1.''''''''' Sae s*. s'.. c1IUU."lIISIr -
Mill beheld Thursday. April 27. at 7.30: services will be held next Sunday Among the night week TlATlUl AYa Hamburcar.kmtomalee ;" .ti..k..-' ....w ......- I. ..... 4114 3t.lLiN5l1RIlNCt PtAILS. !
HJE. attending school two nights per ...... .....
In the Day Cure Center at First 1 Hors Church" .. Ike Living w .p. K
p m Invited! here at Brooker five of them went toVOTECH *. lettuce kidOba.. kuMnwcorn. .esemd/ : 'l ...... I u......l Misses..
All interested citizens are : Cod: Tuesday 7:43 p.m. Prayer In Stark. and loOk the tG.E.D. mi*, butteracoteli: ..... as qs. see .... I
Meeting Friday 7:45: pm. Tarrying testa for their high school FRIDAY: Ftaft. c- frla* .' i t ..waaI.
"Stliuol" New, : Serxices Sunday School 10 a,m. Missionary : G.Ci.:.j .l
*re4d J9kCome .
laArSbowCagitielifiw
in diploma. Two out of the five had a :ktinored pea.JeHa com 'i
Adult Basic classes! are in session Service 11:30 a m Exchange CftOUghCore to pass. Ms. Shirley : e.. ..... ...
the complex al HJE and the VoTeclor services with Gainesville Church alb high '"

the adults who are Interested in Drawdy. and Ms. Joyce receive ,. .... ..... tile.W t '.
pm passed all their subjects and : ''' MOBIL* HQM*
academic skills Job )IL Morlah ailed MHhaJUthurch :: ..... Apa p. raraw.ad
Improving all ..... .... 1 '1ft
tud for a Choir their high school diploma. We l..has t.hali ........ ****'*!
improvement or i> >ing ( : Wednesday at 7 p m. ij ...... J 'mit****
diploma. "'or information call W>4HIW rehearsal. Sunday School 9.30: a.m. congratulate. them. eaof Cam "': ; \ '': Pits s4-Ilia.........

\ The classes are in session Morning Worship Ham. ::.reata-t local WtUHtAnn. \. ... ..... .. I!!l, M/.., _?
and PERSONALS itow at 105 E. Jaduoa M. ;t/I/ .,.. n
Mondav Tuesday edncsdjy L'aMr. Methodist ... .
Grove 1\
Pleasant Rev. and Mrs L.L, Pringlc. West; .I.>, Over 17 lotal j Thursday hurch: Every first and second Lake La, while visiting rrtatfcrea', ... _ita*. fteosecnam ajM ...MMtateiKoil .RMArv cetiatl.ee : AcgNCYL.: .......ay.H'I
Monday at 7 p.m. the Young/ Adult Mr Mania '' : ...... S-M 4.4.aet,
came with his sister .: a-.bborMHMtpK SiMIdtadditlwl ....
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tllllUIINKWS: Choir rehearses. Tuesday the Young ,.........
rehearses at 7:30 Markham and Sandra from Lake and .. ......--...w1. ...ii... .c__. leases.
Junior Choir p.m. neice'. Mr. and Mrs. to to niM. Vetaj lieweek .. A kL4cT
Butler to their ta e..wiatd..e..t.
Sru Itellirl nil pi III I Church: Home 7:30: Prayer 1:. ... .tle **'- '
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held Tuesday Paul Prescott's. and Johnny Then' w* have .. ddlarw.swork f- w.e 1a .. ... ..
meeting was Bible I IF- -
:Mission at the church Prayer :Meeting Thursday School 7:30: p.m. Love- they all traveled together in 2: cars t.. ay. ins KjMs/ Ma*...tat.aJ-w- ..... we --- Cal ,..... II & :& I
ufturnoon:Meeting and Bible Study was held Study Sunday All members 10 are a.m.asked to visit their brother Mr and Mr*. ',Merman [)oil" ,mtao o a\.y* w.4a a.. ,-''d1heta.. m V/.N ..es ",," .. .rri ". ...

Wednesday Saturday at 2 p m. an least' : p.m. the activities Richard Pringle, and daughter Mr. chance i Is here. The .art-... ffc, ..*i. ..ItL1. l JI.L ,......-..,..- '} .

Open Air Service will be held at the Memorial Services for Dr. Martin and Mrs. Bob Futch. and family in April &&. :' ... '\ ,
LEGALS'
sod
Hill. Mrs. Kosle Pringl :
corner of Pine and Brow nice head Luther King. Jr. will be held al Mt. Center IF-
asked to Mrs. Mozell Fudge, joined the other
All members and friendeare Moriah: United Methodist Church .
attend The travelers except Sandra stayed with" ": *tA 1
please Tuesday April 18. at 7:30: p.m. NQTK7OaITEN7IOt4LI
The Ushers! and Choir anniversary public Is Invited to attend. Connie, Mozell s daughter. They then cL: IM ''TltGOJRT Of TilE .TOl \OTEttVICTITg1U6
will hiheld Friday night' April 21. al Greater Altea Chapel A.M.E. went on to Lakeland to visit Rev.Pringte's j!; PUBUC ': t V*/ K3HTM JUDICIAL GflCUT Of fLOKt- NAME I

7.1(1: ( pm. Everyone; is Invited to Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. and Mrs Markham't Emma and Mrs.' public.iNMHira)vial MMAat*o Oi II,+1 13AMl k4GPOeteRADFOsD000NTY.f1ARDA pmusrg a,. Sec** ..*.....,... I
uttendAnucronie. !Morning Service 11 am. Mrs. Nellie Pringle, them. Hail Start. ". .*.*. .*j.i latent / Swuna,........haretty/ ghM. *fiat.* iundenigned I
Nicole Nichols Is a contestant Marie Nichols who was visiting fIIIIOlIM'I DMSION''CASE
Missionary meeting was held at 6 pm. for ,th* tUlanaag purtUaa;, ; Resold and Senate S. |
in the East: Coast Baby Wednesday night at the church. Mrs. Kay Watson came over and Placing A Mobile Horn at tha foUennnjlocatlori .. .r.t- NO. V190Zr Thompson' ,' .... a. Ion 27% hen. .
Contest Sister Amandalene Chandleris Invited all of the traveler to have M Hfc: Tbs. btate of AARON HARRIS. 'Rothe 3.2D91d Ing business suds"l* J'

selling tickets for the entry Please Jehovah WltaMMS lunch'with her son'which. Stony I Is the Dale 40 Al pania*: all be ..-i ., P; .MOUfY. Dsceased.1E .. firm ham; *** ''T.f.d.f ,RM.T 1Ir'-' t. .

help us support the affair To Meet April IS-U Nichols Restaurant 11'-"R.) iaaon .'" 8011 '17..1t. llea.dfGrd< C.vMp,
Sunday Services lor Bethel. Baptist acre Truck Stop The lunch was verytdelicious. Lot 28 of :k.2ot fMNM iitw.9- Fbrli 3Z tt' .Mend M rag'" .... t
Church: Sunday 11:10.:: Bible Class conducted Jehovah' Witnesses of Northeast In the afternoon they.alt.: division par ptal Mowa ln Flea tea .... MCmct;PUBUC AUCTION fictitious name tmdwafor ... pwdlws.01
( every Sunday 3 p m. Conclude Florida will be assembling in Gaines- went over to visit. Rev. Pringle'Clifford' 2.9., .n. Public; l.oe d.of In NOTICE d NERd Y GIVEN that purIt aid *!..... )h '
,crvices for the dayKbrneer 1 IS and 16. for daughter Mr. and Mrs. .um court ardr the fallowing .filMrdcra. '
ville. Florida pn April ford Coitnty.! .UHrtio.MM law n r ten". y' 110 HaroM ha Thempwn,.
: H.tpllnt Church: their semi-annual gathering. Wimberly and children Regina, at Cstea St. atrt.]M >J.t jy! ../. + !!fjIo'; *. aontwd lane*, all Wag a part of the. 'JNrffrtM MWIL :'. 1 I
Tutsday7pm, Bible Study Thursday Families will be receiving Bible Mikell Debby, Darrell. and Wayluv: 2. J'-. Dean i ilut a* fMat All AARON Fwlfs'NOLLEYi ......#ktM)dale d.1.A.JD 1171
1:11I;:: p.m. Prayer Meeting' Saturday. admonition that will allow them to of Auberndale. Rev. and Mrs. Pringle' 7 Stock 17 of 1jkjsW Tnirao. ....A* .*1w.9Kaad. tale. k*offMa)for Mea to the SI......FMria*.
.\prif 13. lhe'pu!>lor is asking all function more effectively amid an spent the night with Mrs. Wimberly. Also tha lou&t\'U "fW of Lot'" R M. \" Mar** bktdar at J1 *4n.., on May 4; 4/134d/4 I
Choirs and Ushers to meet at 6.3Op : every increasing onslaught of pressures Then Sunday they all came back to Block 17 North .Rue .' ;.. 197l.atthOnic*."ftheCtarkofthear"ij -
.m, Sunday School 91I:: a m. All The two day session will deal'with Gainesville to visit her brother Recorded Book 1. Riga Jolt o* IT*... \,! curt Crew iratfted. 'County Court1 1; ,, PWMUCT4OTICCNOTICI I
members are asked to be present on everyday aspects of Christian Marcus Pringle in the V.A. Hospital. Public ......crI BrdJ1r4 Cplarallln hauM.Stark.*. ftaifcl. >Mit: or ruBuc HCARtna I
lime. Communion Service at 6 p.m.Cliurch lives from their world famous doortodoor The Pringle's left Tuesday morning te corns of Date at4 ltab*>St. ., .. .. 1:>I' 'l. Tx parcaj no. 2823. daioribad a*:: NOTICE HCMCBY GIVENof**wWahMHlniitottehBMrfJtJr .
of God In Christ: Tuesday 7 preaching activities and waysof return home In La. Everyone enjoyed Al Crosby. ChaimvM s.r, : fttrfaBoaid >bfiiy ,' .? ThataortionatHiMnli4mfaatniri* : .Jn.. Ai.M. '
Hand Friday 7:30:: pm. being more effective to the wise the trip very much even though they s .f. U aaMaMandnonh4EO ,Monthevwaati 1978 1st ROOT. B/jord. Cbunty Gpia4t.

I'Prayer and Pastoral Teaching Sun- use of leisure time that could prove were tired. rVbrrll Edwardi. Qty Chrk, : ,:: Uto d the northwaot o anr of ttssuMast hauM, Cot: Com., Rm.. N. Temi..
day School J:30: a m Morning Worship more beneficial. One session will be 1tchg 4/13 .. t' quartor east of the \P'8deI Storite,f r the purpose of conaMatipB aqAremvidi I
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11:30:: a.m. with Minister Dewey devoted to the body of elders that perform bs rig.Mal U90 test, 22..6-22. Prog m tor the Aafnvlefth*
Taylor In charge, YPWW 6:30: pm. oversight in the local congre- SCHOOL I oeuntiM of AiochjM. Putnam, sjimHeatUnion G
rrulrr Hrthlrhem Freewill Hap gations. Their session will be an update LUNCII MENU 1 NOTICE:Of INTSNtlOM TO. ardndng.N tae n1he aouthe t cans CdunnWa. QlchrM. L.5.
lint fhurcli: Every Monday at 7.10:: of information that will enable MONDAY Beef with gravy, BEGIBTERMCT1T117l: NAME .. ,.t.. _s*ado taowr.M a desfte TJ.Atd SuMannM, .Hi ii.,.y DMa Levy I dMed1m. I
p m. Tiny Tots rehearse Tuesday them to render the proper assistancewith mashed potatoes or rice green beans Pbrauant *a (aouin.M9 0a;.flo/M. *>; Lednn ale tkmhl.... McCtitobsn, Otri;; Hsmemio, SunNer. a.* .
7.10::\ p m. Prayer Meeting. Wednesday the ever 'increasing problemsthat citrus and apple salad hot rolls milky SuiuMa.nods ma by flVon. Was Mia if.h TIM' IMvV.' WvHCVV '--. Of1 Ml the UkeJbt, which fkwndal: ......t8I... i II
7:::1/1 p m. Senior Choir rehearsal. plague the "modern" world. TUESDAY Hot dogs, baked deans, ?, untofajgnao ......wTl.-. tit.,. < t:. 'AAflONHAIWUS'HOLLCV'larMl*"nortnof being sought from the Oaparmwil..,
'Thursday ,, 7.Ml: pm Story Hour. The highlight'of the assembly will cabbage slaw pineapple pudding,, ,Rarfard Tame Jr. .tenr*.ol 4DK S...,f.. t the ODe,., Canal., law than ....-.&., Htstth old .ajhahiHtmlve 1Setwion" the
Thursday 01 I a pm the All Male be the Public Address by the district cookie, milk. Psrhar Stir S40fto. R*. :320H. talrw. I aero homajtaad. p7sArldptlann 9rst. f Fki. ... puieugntto Tote Id' aMl. .
Chorus will rehearse. Friday at 7-30: busmaa under dto/lrm" nwnedf*!H aj u j "" taad paraa. ) and fort VII of the Olds Anwiona Ao oUSOl a* ,

.. .BUILDERS." CaMfan Acres No. %, M.t.. i Dead m fits in the Office of 1ha Oet of amended. *unhr w-..... will be

16 Ears &**. .. Bradtor. Co ltnlywkl i ;iL Oroult Court,'Bntatord Oauoty.) available et the ATM Agoncy eri. Aging. I
Florida 330B1,Intandt lo ragMar Mid fte-- ..AH of th.AARON HARRIS HOLLY 3008 NW 13M Strae Swite C,
TWO IMPORTANT THINGS tallow name" wndar ih* f"M1IiQnI'1II! : :.: : :land*south of the Cooper Canal, which Crh esviI ItII,'418 Ztchg 4/13
'aforaaaM atetMt. a'-'r.8' paraal .... Include .4 d the antal
FWvd' Tets na, JJTewonok .. .'-*.*wilt s the .Mode,outtI dI the
Jr., owner. l f, :. ft HMal upon wMch. hoar nd. not beau. ttEOFR4TENTlpt4TO

TO ADD TO YOUR Dated this 13th dsyof Aar. ,A.CL Wttjt h"t' .
SIM..... norid. .' < .5)i j, tsresl. no.JEM, dMUlbea's: tcrmousMAMifurmi
4/13 4tpd 5/4 '. I t IL .Lot E Stock Ono In GarMgan Subtf .r. te action P." R..ira
PORTFOLIO r 7': ntINTHECIPG11TE0u1rtbi 'J >,' ... wMch to the lot upon which the I 8bmrti notfc to.......,don that...
INVESTMENT ft' .' : ( ... waist sass hsei" Wfp.at burned.r undenonMl;Jarrn* R. !Moroaij m. 2,
T11)1 ': '1. : m TM fwrort m. 3331 and. 33J1OQtOQ -, BBM ma....../Aid lA f e.. SM.
'I )i. daseritatf a>: ddra.l.rkta.suds M e farm ram 4
EIGHTHJUOhcLaBcWT4t. : :' ,; .",.. 1bI.*.1/2 1 LotC", Wock17biU.V. -JIM'S STTttMO CENTER,"' I9DB N.

Ccrtd\att: \ .. DFOA FLDl'toA.vv, 11//ol, _c..'.SubctaIWIM.-d...WeIII 1/2d Tsmal. Aw., Starke, BradhMr CeunV, j
aAADfOIIQCOWNTY. J"! Block 17 the .
ea11tfl Lot t and 2, nokidlna rvfKai. 3'lOe'I. mcanoa iv t. ivgiMer Mir
r Ow..ACt1OM.':1 a 4'1.!!! rurtte&fMt and west 1net Lets. 1 and 2. fletWous mtn under the. prevtoc' of
CloSE NO: 76r7 r' Black W, U. ft Co.'a SubdMsion which foraaaid atatute.Janwe .
IN RE: Tk .ad.rl.pneWILLIAM saw prlaarty. whk ha tarn.....d. R. MorgM ovwwr.DMtd .

ftOIIt'M' 4AL. ..'.. ;, s... "futam btate"praowty. this 23rd day cJI March.: A.D. .
The careful G manerNEiAA <4 Ihe vr.l* Mt h*.okt tor cash or tWill Starto Florid. 3/23 tohg 4/13: f
er the Owta of eta Or-
.t'; upon the *m
f i KEC WALKER tM90N.4'. t.;;' ale Caurt dated J.,.e 17, WB7. which I is
investor strikes .. ".
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,co&gA1 fVlillBHat.Nonccor tiTOt > R" court Be for flush Inajiattlon ADVERTISEMENTIHvlTATIQN
GUASANT"I ppC1At14NYAYllwa .t< Acno"i .;; .....the regMtar, kuainea fleas in tfteI
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between LAK45OM.iBafra .
a balance A : LDA ftCl7V MJ 1M ..hCk Hll Coat
till o.a ICf
LOAN I atlas .
.IID wtIe "Q.i \ S.ulsd bah' w61 be rmM.ed by Sand 7
r; 1. PUbate ,BMfeto. --BurfofJ County .
securityand '\AzQlllr414.i ,fa.\ """ a'. Stark fMd. ... The of Trvataaa, kvaatarel Caunty HupjialCoraoration
Cairtyoe .1Z2 t Cal Sliest'Star**,
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I. : .... .. hint sold kv tn* CTtBl0as .
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20lh of T07. ..
YOU AM NmtAID uja faUMwi lilt : ft up to 7 p.m., April
speculation. M"and there twil k*no worrentiea+ of
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OtaHhition of Mrnaoaagalnat tnst "".d4 .. which Wes BTB glees bids MMjWMMglWii

Guaranty Federal's Savings SAVINGS CERTIFICATE you end you we MhM-tewsf 't tits Hie arras and oanAlon ol the **le. b* pUMcty ..pBtB4 flMl snot. dead
6-YEAJt '1 a copy of your miltlaa onfaraa*. V..w.f1 of th Circuit for fumoMng al miaarMi fw tabor ftr. :
h. are .. ...- '
offer to dos Pads em.r or PMakpi.r0.MtaMyh.. 17/""* / refenvd toWITMESS
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Certificates of Deposit ., l Court 4feM. Jun TAL SUING, BRAOFOnO COLMfTV
Aoaa S
73/4 Thane A. OwM. farad ** I
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ales.
Per Annum h .. Priaen Protect. 2114 f W. ,.. HOSPITAL. STARKE. FLOMOA.
vices, ;
13th
hara air Mot a firs
and the security my .
both high yield $1.000 Minimum 34th CM aavHtaHonda.. BRADFORD COUNTY HOSftTAt.CORPORATION. .
Street ,
: ;; 4ft* ."f AaM. A4> WWS. STARKi. FUJRrQA. I.
invested dollar :.. s.t befIN; y*b..11CdI SedllLlr:.. r NdIDI&. *J, CMSKMiTiirtstfalho : be Mtenittad lit '
of knowing your ..-.YEARSAWfGSCERTIFlCATEis edrnal NMaOMidM 4lswtkRU Al bids muM sward i iMohtheycamm

.. diM5lrWyeMSQsu. ar.: t c."C.A..aNI ,.... Mintier e.p- ,.li1Wr5itr f for Watt pIIrw and Ipdfbwls: .M11ioo a e.y
t be cbUIInMI at 1M ethos w Yr.. May
totally protected. kwi s 6..i .
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71/2'Per Aaaum ;.mitt W*be Maratf*aairM| van forth*. I... tiII* Nwlde ..ml t-lIw.if.. .k..t..... ........$1.wMrw. .
The rate quoted is the ,000 Minimum; ratof owiamlaj In ....rtHo*. V i po.. Suitt .. Gpihm4h. ,... .... G1h..1''I '\: ., ..
J aATID:..,."" ,., 4tCItr6atuacroslstz.... -. eta j.. .IIM-37J-2GAn --"' !j __

rate you'll receive on your 2Va.YIWtSAV1NGSCERllFJCATECertificate. ;.. doily,MhtMa; s4. w; T_...S..r...., zea fit: art .... .'....d ,

'" ''fEt oaiecI wwm.. 'Jwlidii6 41s.a ear .
substantial TlftcA1'I0fSEIMCI: .
And although 'L' .
63/. Per Amram I 4/6*chg ./; i' ./ r.' 1""4 s t4i1IBJ'Y' CIEMW'Y tut .tan and ". ldddihp'.Fbsii.eaaU..tnensBkp ..,. J
\I :'I" asset...of ties ....... NIIIIcIe: d tau.mbaes/..,...... atlMleiu.r.I '
penalties are requiredfor 1.000 Minimum .. *MoAueinnartds ''--.....hitesles .by.depu.Mrq'tlh-o.all." 0NU1R :
.
I. ; Jfl r.:::, +. .C_ Tl\lletJIfIb.' ..... wit rer ....,.. sip.se des..:
early withdrawals..you 1 I.T&.USAVINOSCERTIFICATE ; ri' for pihteimen; aril CD tughF1o..r. sdaskw N ben Sdj it end fII :

X : .. ........ PXL' DM $l5. Ft. : mid "'" .'... uaaau aeeMSar. 3eig .
will always receive back the 61 i' IN THC .CWCUfT.juociML UIST. eciiT11. ;' .l3-... fbrid 38400. *n4 to John.F." .' 0d ........ .I1hk.Ye. a..M efk.ndw .
Per .
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Annum.OOOMiaimnn ,; antwi : ". .. (MB**, ".a,; OMPMW C. het.. 11a... .01tw
full amount of your invested ,. I ; i, MHO FOH VMCnOlpOBkMtTr;!: =..........* .v U.....o....i*WrtWe Isle seeress tMtlgll. M... !

i *.*. wax .. .warsllfapisewyiakw[ __.... .
regardless! 3-MRr.rniSAVhGSCERTiFICATE '.. cNo..7I ., IAtip5n P. .Mdde.r In..bees ****.......
principal, 8.t11tJae. Ha.lh.rt ai.......5ilillY.RR1.. .. '1/' .r. .. fS...... .at; and w....>-anvaM. a. *... J'
Add the flexibility of '..........,...............{ r '. Jit. r 41.... THE OAM OX-rMUVTEES."" ... .
53/4 _t :- '
Per y'oIH'J" FOII OOVMTT NCorrTAL CORTGWATO -
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Guaranty Federal's various rate- $ .t,o Aoesm' "to 1Ii- .""aellDo7Ya QF P >:t- .' .t.J a, e .- j I31rJl3kl N. SlAHKt", FL -' .

1IIiI": .. .. ...;.., < ,I ., f : 0IWtI ,

term combinations and you have NEOO'I1.UlEItATESANDTERMS "': Te: lemlon p. ;...;... rte, ____L_ ,I- ,. -

an excellent way of putting ON$100,000 OR MORE! 1"1 r.Yk1a.d. = r.Wripym.Yt I ". JJ, .]tOTJa' :SI'9AI' ( SALe -

O .......rutbaok Savtafi,SV.%" pn annum. JAfIRH ...YRO sssr1 .V-"L. ai Haa" at
HatiM .U tttnkV M'tiMt *. ilia fib ..ae mt May ItT. fcMrhvCbwtr UHW
investment eggs in more O hum! un."'iiii.iliil daily,cratiiad quarterly.O r, ec- w Dlssi' of..i'--i.a haft, .< BrarifMU State ., rbaMs..* Mh> Mu..... will ... aaM w W
your CarHBoM ftm tHetiagi art'lubjcct chan" .b.rn h.o Mwissl'yas while w.... ....... .-.... ....M Nsr 1M ....../.. Iw .... ...... fwdO. an ........ ..+.
than one basket. ....,....widIIIIII_. I gtil.y 1a__......tI> _.......... *-.............rfar. ......... '
Ask afcoul our-AV-Amnica*ACMMUU" Ii.:...... It ......... > 1 : 6b'. ';k .. ." \ ." "' t. 0- .
..CIIIWY. we- sienna ..f 4iSOvsivfeJ.L'NMliwt. I ,,D..taytkadj..s1. ,' ,\ : :."JeI"" rtc.," .'
k.. Pay,"".{"" Nat:..... .. ..JWW ltd e1 lD. .' : : !.
; Staler ,t ?f+ :as a-.r. ............ Ih '. .,.
erlgilr:+.=.= ? !. W : .._..........., fl '<** \rmcM '
Federal .. ....... ... OI W I .8 a., .
\ Guaranty I J CDUIt.,. .. 1p.q ...QI, + 1 11-t1tJMM1LL. ...
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: Saving and Loon Association Qaln* AlIa ---.y =::yote r.l fYS =. 6e ... .... 't;:' ............. .

G : ,,th onmstsint .. (atftoiKHM !1'; J,1 T..... '11&o. "p1 -7t.148y.TeCoU.dw'tl .

.. \ F' WlTMS$ ... .n4MM _. ", t ...l,* t P w vy.PL.Y. .
i I STARKE: Court enW .. ... >>sa '.. h 4/14,, 4 ,
395 W. Madison .v CiltwtS.BaoMahA.Qirtaad. 6Il Cow. jm :a''';'>J N +u J: 1/4. ,

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1 FOR RENT rca SAIE E STAIIKB, FLORIDA. .2
PERSONALS AOTUSfOILE fOR SALE FOR SALE Ccoli TarwlltaaerWHSN

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IT COMES TO REAL ESTATE F
IRON :

.......PROBLEMS year ....... Rat... carpeted THREE BEDROOM aid........H.. .Call*., SEWING MACHINES 1970 FORD VAN ... c.NEW...FURNITURE.aid] chain, (SALE 10..15,1 I KIPPER CREAM PEA..*.... MUZZLE LOADER! Need-. ...Buyrt, (alltrif broken, consultant andlenders ,

bathroom .Ia...* Bocaaeeel after 4 ,._., ,".7814. llpd REPAIRED Faetory ....... ....1... equipped. 'C_... Chair, L..._., ........... .. 1977 ... hept black powder, bal*. have bn
.-.. IB traced ........ coming t* UI lor the. 9
pad
year water? Call wHI. 5u.vi. radial tlree.tkrom. .
4/13 far.eampmg,CB. 1229 JSi Celtee table. aad. I'' ta aid m rag.. P...* 9646217. patched. 0... 10 .... to 41pja.
RAINSOFT WATER CON. '' ... all ...... sad model. la ...*... P....* M46841. .ad table. .,I35| erne! .lamp 4/13 4tckg 5/4 Saturday,755-2569. yoars.Trwilteg.
DITIONING OP BRADFORD FURNISHED APART. yew* borne. all work. gaaraateed a933.21p2.4/132t.hg, (..41lor.. .* .....,.1 l I 6uhg. ./11 .r Really It unlquo In ttili arc when" It

COUNTY fart,.. MENTi I room. and ....... for_appotatmioat aee 41201 1311BARGAIN. GRASS CATCHER ler8aappr camas to proprtli.. If y...',* thinking about
.water ....,..*. Na ....... ....,-... sad .......... .*.....*'. ... at *..**..'. CENTER. 301 Berth .bwa ....... (25, CHAIN LINK FENCE Bradford County real ..tato woll toll. you about
tie.. Better ..11I.*.. t. BOB Privet r..... ., MO W. Md.. Lake cHEVY BISCAYNE 1961. .. Now nil. ler .appU** aad ..&aIIa..... .
drive sad ......... .... ... 964-6679. 4/13 Zuhg42w oa* (90. P.... the .rawante the risks and 'the financingfMMlMUtlO '
a* la ear office at tot N. }\I. .hOdrea. er pet. ..... Sudan 4/6 .../.... good ........ .........*. ....-.221. 4/13 Stehg. 4/24) Pbea* Ih. B...,.....1-S89 *.
,Temple. S....... Pbeae 9646571. '"-8011. 6/13 Ztpd 4/20 t.... .964-T895 Itpd, 4/11 3031. M.....*. 4/6 d/.... ,

W. ale Sa....*. all SAW SHARPENING Factor YOU PiCK STRAW. HOLSTEIN COW carrytageallt

make. .. water .. .....*, TWO BEDROOM ........ ; ('...... Pkeae 4751J22. 1974 BUCK LUXU8 Fair BERRIES J plat. far (I. bernt 2 free doge aid 6 PATIO COVERS 10.M, "
leonl
Magnlf Bradford
Itch-' 4CCft // ..bll. ..... PHoa. 9646543. 4/4 tff.... equipped 455 ..!. ....... H........ Fl. Watch ferIga Ire cat*. M...., meet g*. 1159. Lhallod .....,. .. County country horn.a
TASTE FOR ADVENTURE Itpd e/l I. 1 kBILL'S 484WO ..... Oaly 200 aa 301 n.lk .l H... Pbea* 964-6763. Itpd 4/13 GATOR ALUMINUM 462 rare .In.. This axtraortllnary. cypress homo
: ? Y.. will Dad It .... aad take. ever pait. ...,.. FUw .... 11/2 N.W. 13th St.. G........*, with codor shako roof and 1 fireplaces on-

..la tb* Nary Travel la eacltlog NICE. CLEAN FUR- SAW SHOP Cam: .........*. P.... 46S-2172. ..... P....* ...... owe eotalar *- UNDERCOUNTER 171787. dabs compato approx. 3 .e..... Just 2 y.errs old It was

',? pkue*. Work aa *pe NISHED APARTMENTS, plate. .barpa.1.g. eervlee. ......... lukg 4/19 *. 0... every S..., FREEZER ... K. C.IeI...., ....I.nad.nd built by Mr. and Mri. Paul O. Brown
Married draa1.. ,. ...... ."' 101., S... Wed. ... a SEVERAL' ITEMS and It In lt 31
eg. *..1.. ... Get lap t..pl..sly. N. ------ Thar 8JB. ,pat.s.Ras.aableprle.. princely (appolnhnenthTher. aro ovor
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1 .....11.. .... kabi, mower blade. bellow to 7 ... A-I **...1..*.. Phaa Relrkjerator aad .... of .
career 'Iralalag.aad Pba64071.1thBg treoad aad. ......... Leave 1974 Chevrolet 8....'....- 4/11 .I'" 481-1300. 9646757 .ewer..Aln repair mower. 4,000 ft. living space, ply" a car .garage,
Itpd /11
a great fatar. Fr more 4/13 at ........ BaUdlae Geed eaBdltlea.. CI. Seat 4Uhg Bad .... ..agtaa. P..... porch and patio.EhMwhtro .
lutes. .....; ceatact. Ckw.. Stark. ... Keyetea H.yhle.ble.'ti. Regleter Oil C*. .ta Stark. 964-67(0. 4/6 Ztpd 413Ugbly on the. foncod ground aro a barn.
Kelly,372-6289.Or flea. at TWO BEDROOM ........ GARAGE SALE April U. TITAN MOTOR HOMES
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Bradford Sq..... M.....,. 10 home .la eeaalry, air eadltleaed. 'ti/ .. Pbea t64 5888. tlckg J8. 141 .... to 5 p,.. Gator' .../.**. at aHmrdabbjprice .. BABL4: ;" ; : Office shop Cove 1010 ... ft.) and two hors

... 1.2, ...., n.....,. I (8>,.*..... P.... I WILL PICKUP. CHEWY bass. L.....Ga Berth aa SR21 *. W. ..... .. rat .r .HAY Arge.tla. .tablet.Thlt. .
..... to 5 .... 1/1Z 17Uhg .. ..113, er. ,"-6ItI.. Itch,* REN altar H..I'. ... keep .. 1971.8WB. lure aa C-352 g* three 001..... to pay. Se ... call .....'-1. ,..... 9646j dUtlncNvo homo available. for viewing by
4/13 tbec. at my .-. wall*.ya radio. ...... 61 WO ml**, tara left. Be. 417 .. Harry Hatcher.. VJ>.. meter >tIt!III thug. qualified buyers oxcludvoly by appointment.

work, let ........b. 4tbfradee. mil.. 8950. P.*.. 7S2-3012. rftI"". Telephone. 473-Z724. .bam** ..... aad -. .*. UTILITY BUILDINGS All
MOTORCYCLESFOR I BEDROOM P... Bread 3/30 4Uhg 4/20 Itpd 4/13 B...... Chary Old. US 301 alummam.

SALE 11... .la coantry with ... Frt.%, N4.a0ZI.:1I2S: 4tpd N...... Stork. 1'..... 964- ...light. prewired.wlubee. ,, Ichto.teagae reetptobU .-

lab leac.. P..... 9646861.Itckg 4111. 1969 PICKUP, Fad PdOOr: TIRES Set el 4.. rime to 7500) alter 6 .... er S....,. ... fleer, SELECTED PROPERTIES
4/13 fit .email pkbap D.t..., .....'1461. 4/11 4Ukg. 1/4 groove
,with BOW llbergla. topper.'Good delivered. ... eat ...
SUZUKI OF. STARKEt year DISABLED'v ,' ''' ....It..... 91100.Pbea Leer... $75.473.3519. Itpd Fmaaekig. available. ap to 48 Distinctive. redwood B CB contemporary -

."' ..,ItarI.... Saiakl. ....... 'DUPLEX FURNISHED WU.... eat year (...... Valewed *. 964-7813. Itckg. 411Ii'iHONDA 413Appal FLEA MARKET S. .....,. ...,... to pay 60 ... Secluded lot Lake Santa Fo $'
P..... '"..0241. 1640 Seath A........... 9 ...._*. t. kp the. ..-- 9 .... 't* 3 p.m. ta Eagle. s...... ..S......,964-4020 er financed. 7 on water

.', W... .. ; ((301 Sash I. Pboae 964-6951.' 3/30 tl/ckg" warts. J....." 4732406.. CVCC 5 **** StalU* Uadlagat DaVaa old etere.Spvaxrcd 9644021. 5/12 tll...
.St.rk..l tl/chg' .!. Stad-Hav 2 to chnnfrom. by ....... el Fire LAke undidurbd;
Klngtloy Calm.
'FURNISHED APT, M.. tl/ebg 9,700.8..re.s .D..." to Donlne-aad. C........... Cbarch. Itpd 4/13 WATSON'S HOUSE OFVACUUMSi scene I
free Key situation:3000, ft. homo, furnished. duplex A
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den.1 BR, very c....., .... SEPTIC TANK tea* Post om... 473-4989. High Tim Bloodline. Call ...., bread*elaew
; MINI-CYCLEi 10" ..p.kd'whs.Ia GREASE 4964126 .. LAZENBY POOLS ...... apt. over water,
,.11. *ad 4962901 Sale ..H
carpal, drap**, A/C. .... er 473-4444. alter 6 -
TRAP.Laat..w
Bw tire.. 4 HP ler ...,.. ... retkrcd. ....- roaaeaabk.. Jee Fereyth llaee,, pm.ttckg Evaalaga.tfchg. aad. S........ A., da* peel. auchni ...1..1.. Eipertrepehre -7000 tq. ft. CB b...... Brownie. St.. leate,
mater, aatamatk dutch, Bay from a local ..._ who ...... .
.*.. N. child. ,.. er .... 4311022. All' .all Parted ,
(cmpwtly ......a', (165 or Pboae 964-6896. ." ba.1.a4 LARGE. ABOVE graaadewlmmmg aa ......... 1... P...... 964 acceeeertoe fer all ..... op'lon.H.mp'on
Zlckg ..... .
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.bail .rr.... Stark. KOA, Let 4/13 '.!P. 3/31 tl/tbf .._ 1968 FORD F-100 PICKUP peel 6 ... deep,;. 6471. 4/13 4tpd 14'DORO.cRAFTS. .,..._.. 404 NW 10k. Lake Lovely Brick extra lot."Tuek't .

Ne.l,after 12: ...Itchg 4/6 SEWING good ceadltwa, air. ,. CB, Like .... Cal 4H1-3997, A....*. G....*..... Phea

.' FOR' RENT! Mbl .I.... REPAIRED .MACHINES AH ...... cattle body. ......, (900. Hawtheno aftr 3.30 ....'''' Opealag 176-7110. tll.... Drive In" 301 S. Ideal for "Famoua
far rat I. Coaatryi 1 3 ,"0.. 496-3496 alter t ..... ltck. 4/16 Sat 9 to 5. DePe, old, ..., '''LAND' Am .." -
ar daad, ..... ... adjwtod. FOR SALEI'Key
BR F..at.... .. ..- 17. Werk ...........Jtm.. 4/13 ItcbgPONTIAC. .. ..U....;.*,"...war., tea* Hlgbt. Nice' tree* ea -Apt, House > I modern units, good return.Hampton .

t WANTED ) 1..11I..... P.... '"-.u.. Nttekla.d.r..r. ef MwrgaaReed LAND FOR SALE 5 urea, bleq.... "ale"-I1'. ''''''. tool. ..* .. 10 acr* tract laaolghberhMd .
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tl/c.. .... Hwy 16. '"c"(.. m RaI..... area, p....... .. .aallqa.. SR. 100. 7m0. el aew home. Lake Unpretentious, elegant. hom.,
*l Stark. 3 mile
bemeek. ....1.... child. ,. S.... .lto
VENTURAt Wed ef K..t_ permit ....1.:.. -3.2 A, 1 BR CBhomo huge CB garage.Amailng )
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1f I 1 FURNISHED I BR H..... PIANO TUNING Repair 1967, .ta good adkka.Ph. call Alvla Grim .. 411-1536 4/13 Hl.ltpd home. ... .... overlook. a
,GOOD PRICES PAID for heat AC. 8175/meatb. .1... ...ta.. A., ... 964-5568 alter 6 ..m. alter S .... 2/13 2tckg. 4/20 ..... Priced. to eel with brick displaying vast creative) ,I
.H mobile. ..... ..... _dl..... WIBUne G......, .... .
II P... M4-6201 after 6 ,... er eo* at 1115 Pratt St. Itpd TRAVEL TRAILER terms ZOO dewa to $43.th. Ingenuity exadlng.ngineaing expertlte with
... ..... 12X8 Blaadlaf.' St.. S........ SPINET-CONSOLE 20
( le 3/4 paid 4/V 2tpd 4/13 4/13 PIANO toot, ........t..H. Pka. per ... .. Cammerclal' pool.
LIN'S MOBILE HOME 9644207.3/2 UrigTELEVISION ; FOR SALE Waatodi ........ .. SR-21 available..
ALES. 064-6606. Op. 7 THREE BEDROOMS! itbatk .......lbl. party to tok 9641870.4/13 Ztpd 4/20 Owaer 173.4373.3/30 tf/bc" -10 fenced acres with delightfully level pastures .

|!ay. warfkly.. tl/chg. .la .........Id. Mobile.. REPAIR ATDISCOUNIJ' ..*. .,1..& ,... Easy AIR CONDITIONERS.0.. 70 pecan trees cypress home garage .large :
DODGE VAN- 1965. Ural*. C.. b* .... "barn.
beaiei Ualara<<4id locally.Writ I
SUMMER PRICES AT ... 5,000 BTU Whirlpool. 170.
JOB 'NEEDED P. 9644114 after 5
by' collage ........ major. 1150/aieatk. .*7S ...... JIM'S FURNITURE. ...11 p.m. Itpd 4/13 P.o..B.to> 107 Credit, Cartyte Maagr. III., 0.* 8.000 BTU Whirlpool. [BTHOMAS.t. -$23,000.20 AC well tank G polo,cleared. 'I'
Will be available. first week. dpM r4Blr d.21/1 aiUee Mala St., Lake. B.....,. 4962985. (83. Beth. la ....11... eoadltla. -
el Ma*. Ph.* 964-5044/ levlurtker SoBth .. S....... P... 9641951. 3/2 tl/chg' 62231. 4/13 3tchg 4/27 H.F. CUvernttl ."'" REALTY -40 Acres, 3 BR homo, trailer.. MS.OOO. <
4/9 420KITCHENETTES .
Sled '
Phea. 473-4508. 4/13
late, Itpd 4/13 --., 73 Ford Plato. Squire AIR CONDITIONING Itpd .11 North w..... s. Klngiley Picturesque spring beside :3 BR

''H -EWORK'WANTED 1 BRapt. :'MOBILE ROME'REPAIRS.. BTW, BOW .1..., naa 22,000 his Curler. .... 10 PERCENT OFF SALEivblgrator Slarh.Florid 32091 homo largo dock for entertaining. Approx. ;
HO TV. AC BUKUea 1. .mterwr. aad. ..t........ Meblle. good ./., (130O. Phea .. 9644182 TO' x 200'.
wall .. Phene 964-7443 etevn laae a
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4 ..*,. a ..... C.. be catacted Jaded. .... ...... 468-1915 Francis Mug, G
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Tetaly laralebed, alter I p.m. Itpd 4/6 heater, bode, .1....... Formerly AoJ.T....* '
.. at 964-8395 er 9646718. weekly.JB. ...t"", .. ... ..tEap.daod., P... R...'.... Itpd 4/11 door. ,cloth..New Bad. aeedmattr Ral E..... t"
4/13 Ztpd 4/20 ,
Teaiple Metl 880 N. 964-7409 alter S ..... 4/6 *.. aad boa. ... .. --- ; \
HIDE-A-BED! 8.......... 4 t
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Temple, S......, '9647357.4tt 4tpd 4/27 BARGAIN CENTER 301 Good ...... property.
CASH FOR GOLD 81e.1I... yr.. eld. ...01. reraverlag,
4/27 .
4tad 1300 It .
*... ., (15. cal 4963073. South .ta S.86'11.. 5q two try
Jewelry, diamond ..1.... 1975 FORD TRUCK -
,dental gold. Will visit. yea 8......... ......11.., aadrepalri 4X4.P/S 4 .p..., fairly. ./. 2tpd 413WHOLESALE 4/13 ZUhg" 4110RUMMAGE frame. duploa Grad coraol [LillianC. Pearson) t1\ i

..,.....,. Phoae Mr.. MAKE RESERVATIONS .. New kkcbea. .,* new' tire..' (3500. Call ,+*-* Wackmgtaa St., GEORGE ROBERTS. REALTOR 1tuNCH'6'rrtcK 1 1
.., : Mud erg, Owaorfhuaclag. ""
Rita ..475-1089., 3/8, Row amen vaeatwa baths' family. roomBrick.iMkMkr'voaorMev 964-6725 ".''''. i""'*..... DEALERS SALE Bobladmabll Rag. Real Estate Broker '
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.tl/chg _. _..(1 a Kbtgltay Lake. ,1'.....- Flrcplaeorpeclaluit Wrfaoiday Sad' '8.04.Y;'' 'AUCTION Every Thr*.; 6 home,, 1231 Batloa P1a.967dfe ",
533-1366., 3/30 tl/ehj .. Call. 473.2108after Itpd ,a. 2315 SJB. HawthereeRd. Rd.FUw *%.* at crar *l --- 964 Nntb Trapb Ararkr USNI NORTH ILAWTEY.
.. 4416HOMES ., 1Z.8S 3 BR Mobil. Hem, riecid I f
6 p... 4/11 tick* ., GameavOI. BU Perry, SR. 100W aad Akea Rd. .FLORIDA
WANTED! Let er mail } T"... Frl. 81, 9 .... tU.Pa ready t. move late.Located 7641 T8Z-3606 It
ac.I.'fied. Starke. City I BR COTTAGE ea Lake. .. Lean' aad ..cd..*.,, 4tpd 964-8373. at W.dmela.dTrails I I
"II *** llchg 4/13 I
Utlltle. lacladed. CARPET INSTALLATION 330.421BULLDOG. '
limit Phono 984 7847. 4/13 Park .
"' I/I bath. tram..ld.r
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Eiperleaeod I. all I FOR PUPPIES (50acb.7papplM.ca BR I
SALE
2.pd241 ---
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REALTY P.... 4732614. ... .... ....1... l." alf. ht I 485-1564 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, Ito l S..re. klgk aad. dry.Hwy hem I. Stark..., !
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8 iK"GEMPW"iM i. 3/11 tfckcFURNISHED" ... woekead. work. Calif... .....4HOVSETRAILER. after 6 .... er aaytba. .. .5 acre tract ta. .White Oak 325 **.... .. B....... faralehed I I
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.... Rallord, 431-1522 alter 5 .......... 4/6 ..4n3C' Ridge. Reaeoaebly prlnd.Owaer KjOOO.
9 yre. ** la prM.oel > Ztckg Ikaa. d. --- brick. _ i
PHa 4732283 alee be .. Lu
Very
.u,........... ad'nilaletratloa ''p.... 10x48, 2 t.Dolu.TboauuReg. bath '
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4 BR
TWO 471-4751.
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BR. s. llcbg 4/13 I 1.1. utility r..a. a LARGE
aid MCarltywark. doubts. wide la euletceaatry. BR. .Pheaei 4311022. If/tag 4 ; ...* m Unloa C.., Call ....IffI .Real Eetet I BR 1 bath. elder. ..... I. Lawtey. 3 I

Avaflabl for workNovember Platy .. ran ferpet CUSTOM' MADEDRAPERIES .. alter 8iM, p.m* 496.2413. 1. BrkrOffk __ tkrpla.. ea 10 acrea,
1, 1978. For FOR SALE I BR FRAME' 23 4.13 BRASINGTONCadillac 9646162Evamf I Frame ...... I j
*. UIO/....., 8100 W..... aewtcekUf 4tekg ea acre mwaatry (ftO/OO. \
'resume write! R.D. Creech, depoeit. P.... 964-8556. .fete el fabric. Fro HOUSE... wall fro wall I OldsmobileSale. --- very ...*......1.. -- -

HQ USAG VHFS. Hoe Z544. llpd 4/13 .at".'". ..... St.,...., carpet. '.....01 1/2 acre NORTHCAROLINALAND I BR ........., laeproolUlBg .
WrrBtB, .V.. 22186. 4134lpd p.... 496-1219.6"/24>tt/chK eeraer I lot lurnhihed or usI.rd.a.d,00a 10acr** ....100...... & Service S33-2Z10 I 5 Acre.. N...... el Stark. hralshedI

94WANTEDi BEDROOM Trailer, H.K. lI'b Av.., beautiful ....taI.* aadvallvya \\fine Selection Of Used --- just .lf US 301. ....-... 13.000 er .rr...

A/C. eenple ..1 .. HOUSE MOBILE HOME Lake Batler, th/cbg real afe tr**. sad ASSOCIATES
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Mobile homo .IUho.... plat ISO ...... REPAIRS. aid. remodeling -- -----. .. -.-- plenty .1 ....h... ......,. Can Taken On Slev. II...*.* I BR. I bath, LR. DR. 3 BR. Ire; ;ea 1 I/Z acr*..

exleiand .Ir... WII pick. *,. .....It. I .block. ..hl.. city .ad addltlea.. Need. mere BRICK HOME 4 vr*. eld, 1 This tract ... lair accec **dI Cadillac Trade Ev*.9645881HaraldEpp family reem, carport, $16,700.5. acre: ZZ.ZOO.

'OLIN'S MOBILE HOME mlt... P.... ...-1.1.. lUki ,..., CU ... 0.. eel de BR 2 bath gas.... well I 10 cloe. t* Murphy,. N.C.(850acr 2001 N.Wr 378-5301 -- Lawt.y.Sevual . .
''SALES' 964-M06. Opea 7 413LAKEFRONTtae It all. EiporMBced adr.kr..u. CH/A sew rarpato, drap*.. .. .bee vreal goodterm -d.; t BR block I acreZ3JMO .-
'day. a week. tl/ehg Pbeae. Larry, 1/2 aero *H :301. 129.900.Pboae *. MOUNTAIN CABIN, _GALNESV1LLE Ev*.9644616 301. lot* ea (

-- .,-- ............ BR, .kr(. 964-6263." .....nl 2tbg. 964-8771. llpd 4/6 located .. 2.4 . creeaed patio. year ......., 4/20 access lad !. all weeded, r---- .IT.. ZO-nr* tract 3 IR.I.ric'k.. CH/A. !

ear K.'..... Hto. Pkeae. Y WORK' Get, beet MOBILE III OMiT;. alee .... The tibia. le aetnmpUtoly FAULKNER blghtobeeatllul ..******...., just .If SR.16 vary- Z tI.'I...., ...... 7 acr. *.. f

( HELP WANTED 4734196.113 Ztchg20, for the ...... Free etfaato. ...01..*., ............ S yra.Id. .101......, bat. It I., t .....1.., ,I pared reed.I .. (61 JOOO .10 acr.:(70.000.( i iI.
J Cal a* aw. Pkm* 964-7(99.,. CH/A washer ..ct. .... ...p"'." dried. I. aid leliveable wooded. I.t., high.. ead dry. ., ..

COTTAGE FOR RENT 4/13 4tckg. 5/4 Reel good buy. P..... 9646542 while yea flalih. Itap. REALTY m t paved strata, build year. I SIR 1 biibTuvhrg room, acre.....k...eak. city. I'.

F..aI...., D....... area, aaytlm..4/6 Zuhg 4/13 S BR ...... deck. overlooking ... ........ yea may car..... CB la tows VaryreeaebW. whir, (1300 ......

YOUNG WOMAN te ...10 ,1 BR .. Pet. IDeal lerRetired with .....hl... 0..... 2305 N.Temple Uk* ... el aura Call. for "
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.''at M..... '. Preduce'. Inquire er elafla ....... Itodae.... T..afe....aad.. aad feat EVapwator HOUSE FOR SALE-Z BR, ..... M eell (17,100. (..,500. S.......Florida I detelli.STARKEi". S 4/10 acre *a US 301

before. [..11I. SR 100 South Cal ,".'IU., after ft .... *G. ,11.A"drew eDrag *.,"'. remodeled latew d... ..,..... .....bas.' Paul H. Faalkaer. t heatihll, GEORGE ROBERTS.JR. L....,., 13000. "f
la Star..... Itpd. 413CLERKTYPESTII.Mud Itpd 46MOBILE *.Pha..9644020.11: ckg 0.. Acre about. 5 mil** from Reeker 5 ....Roil Estate Broker. -- --
:,225 W. Mali St.,Lab: Murphy, N.C. Nfe* .hull for ..... with 3 BR hm aadId P....964-78Z6 36JS Acres 1340' a C8
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". k.'" ....... ./.. Ztpd 4/13 ;"" ...lIeII.. .r ya caa perk. acamper MAKE AN OFFER ON 71 t .bean ..It..... far ....... I OPEN Saturday AM. 301. T....*. $56,500.DAYEVEaWEEKENDS. !
MOVE TO YOUR LOTi 2
beBradlerd HOME BR.
ACRES I. the Labs Better .
..U... $ ---
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.. Ceealy retldeat, Read 225. Pkaae. 9645219.4V BR ...... with LR. DR ..r .... 1,600 ova T..... t 13; BR. 1BA'7 Hm. Blc. f
Theeeer
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LAWN SERVICE aad add 1500 ,
... ... 10..... .... 7823270 .
...employed. eat ef .bet 20 / Stake. ./1.1 .te. 1 P. cloe I* *chl*. Pha78Z3806MELROSE
Call .. ... few l evej2jOOO ana f
Jb* day oralgfct. a *
7823698. 4/13 LOW DOWN PAYMENT.. I ,
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01. er
wee.lie, and economically ,... 964545Z.ltobg W .... all elreperty t
Uetlag .
Doariag. type ACHE T.. .. Hewoe ..
........ ....,. Mart .hew I KEYSTONE '''C..rcW. 413BABYSITTINQ 4/20, 11.1.4rem MeMIe. ...... S BR 2 BA. Mobil h.... REGISTERLPGAS l
,... ........n ta elerkal "* $500.01 W. .... t ea L..... (16,700. ,
.... "BB 1400 up. : 'Id9Ilrirri' ,
ft. .
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I"'.. Apply .. Fla. State oa. THREE.BEDROOM I bath waVlOOO. < IWI.4/i",1 t
mall .. aba. havexverel 14 ACRES HIGH
tractai
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employneat Service, (IOMCeurlh.pal.209 .100x166..... oa Hwy .CbrUtUa. _...... Prefer m- ,.H... home. with 4 ceblne, ..0...., old WAY FRONTAGE.. Hwy 14 t KEYSTONE S acre,eats. IlPI'II/lff
Ne. 21 IZ73 ..
) W. Call St.. per m separate apart..t..Ovor 1 W... Tele see .... he beehlla .... (1450 per acre, 308 S. Thompson St. \
...t. to ...... ....... .*.. '. farm. *.. Writ .. cal forIn ptoe* !
US- ..lIor .
cr* prim greead
St...... Itchg 4/13 KEYSTONE REALTY, ea poreele.I ,
964-6134. llpd 4/13 .. II.".. brechar. Y.. t term* 064-6888
301. PY. 782-3429. 4/13
473. 1.1. ,U/c''" Slog. 4/20 aa IP.. I .Mh''eehMlae ....... -:
PART TIME DOMESTIC 1400.38.1121.Wdta ...... _. : Cask & Carry
dleelag I
KEYSTONE' S BR. I B.fairy Aleieet ecre eererlei
......Mart .... 'II
help ewerh.uprt.gea. ) .U.PTOKEa'
l iJR BEDROOM H..a ,roll today.. Cherokee. Lead I* tew*. ........ Termeellered. .
P....*.*. equippedCHA Utahea, F .. Flat '
Helghte I
n......... 4/t tl/ekg W/D ......-..., a1.- lOST AND FOUND ] lr silt by ...... G... I.. III.....,. N.C.. 28906 Olfk K.at. H_. Dock -4-
.... Urge let Z50 ,... _..It.... Z 2 7tpd 4/14
-> .... ALOSTr bath. wcarpete 9644966 473-3461 473-2039 .i
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BABYSITTING la my bent KEYSTONE REALTT fully .........., Aeeeibilee l Home Deliver/

,, Will l .."l Mall childrem.Pbeae 473- Z6I4 U/ckg Coeaer SpaeJelpappy .*..I.... 15000. Coated at I.....L.FaalkaerEvealag -------
.....'14185. 4/6 ZUkg, 614 W. A..... S... Stark. &
S ....old, rob bad 9644142SaeaaM.Bakkea Cylinder AREA 3 BR. t
4/13 _' ....,,a...,*to J.P.Loot .ta 4/13 Ztpd 4/20. >>. Wall!!J Drlllinq: both atlrmctlv beat with

MEDICAL) SKILLS ,UNFURN.SHED'APT.. ...... Hal area, reward.Pkea T ACRES IMPROVEtj E......* 9444171VadaSwtlta Bulk Gas etaa trim. ....... let with

NEEDED R..rw'ult.' D.w.t.w..paWrs. 176-2441. Itpd 4/13 2" thru 6"Fast live oak. .. Mut..age ca b.
We/will kelp yea train. tar Ceatral H,,. and A. Fer.. LOST Part CermaaShepbord pastor..e.d... aad .ur- Evaalag 964-6944 ,. ..._... Ha* lab. ace*.
.. with
..._...... call '".11'11 .. **w tear
of them, ,.. Lkeaaed sad ......, llfjkttaa MobileHome te 8.... Fe. 0... .ke...
are MBM by. ..DI..... Gilt ....... 2 .... 11_.. Rotary
practical Bare, .....]. lab 104 W, Call ... ti-rig wearfcio. .*Uar. L.. taaroa P.... 964-5799. 4/13 4tckg" RALPH 8aady. Apr. I'. 1-4 p.m. :
tack, .-...,: ..........., shop el. IUc........'. ........ '114. Floriland Realty Drilling Equipment Tara ky. Ctkarcb ef God eaSRtl.

deatal kyglalt. ...Pkeae GV Hatt, Kyatoaa Oak*, aad' Lk b.iga.. .
') 372457 8.. 4/6 4tehg /1REGISTERED 2 BR H..... Fanilehed.peMlvly 8........... Pkea* 471-3359. 17.00 MOBILE" HOME: :with" 193 N.Temple Av. STATE LICENSED ,. BRYAN ---...-
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I IJ( 'arilyn Maloy Is t Seeking ]Local;




Multiple Sclerosis Victims .

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;r14 Maloy of Stark I I. looking dent. The Maloy'a. Marilyn\,husband letter and phone and tell them what

r people In the area who are Ray and sons Little Ray 4.and 20 the Jacksonville chapter has to offer.

dieted with multiple sclerosis tort month old Stevle recently moved to She would also like to set up meetings.

r> them to help that can be Starke from Jacksonville. Marilyn both Informational and lOCi.1.
tvtldedby the North Florida MS said the MS Chapter gave her five after the birth of Little

lapter In Jacksonville names to contact in the area, but she Ray Marilyn said she was told she
Is sure there are others that can'be had IMS for 13 years. A disease of the

Marilyn herself an MS patient Is reached. nervous system which affects the
riding the llaslon between the She said as she learns who has MS- nerve impulses which control such

Scksortvjlle office and area resi she can correspond with them by functions as walking, talking and I
seeing, Marilyn said she Is not I ,

err; -" "' ',. .". "" ashamed to talk about MS and sharetier l e _
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r ;. -., u' ,"," ..,:. ," ; ':" :'>; the middle are and varied upper and middle Include class.par The Bradford High School advanced concert chorus slug and "That's Entertainment." All under the the groups direction were of, ;!l+r;I l,
Symplons Miss Canova. '
Cindy
.! \"I' tial or complete paralysis, lack of out In concert Saturday April e. accompanied 5 y? ?
.. Bill Mcltae.
coordination, numbness or tingling Highlight of their presentation was "American Trilogy"

double or blurred vision }

: .,><; !,. ';,::" .;' and sensation sometimes slurred speech, Choruses Entertain Over 500 in BUS Auditorium 31 N ,,1

tTT: : : : : : 'M' ""'I\\ ; Marilyn Is able to do much of her
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)! s' doctors that she II trying to reach MS 0
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local drive would have sponsors providing I
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read by a student.
The MS chapter has a newsletterthat
k can be sent and also has a lending

closet said Marilyn. -"Let Me Entertain You" sings the Bradford Middle ,combined concert of UirHIIS bund audadyantrdrhorunchooi
x. Those interested can reach Mrs. Chorus during a concert In the high school auditorium will be presented April 211 In the high school auditorium. ,\ \\1 I
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--- as J Maloy 946-6539. or write to her at RI. Saturday April 8. Attended by over 500 people, the choruses combined choral concert U planned for June I.

rftynMaloy( and son Little Ray relax In front of the family fireplace. 1 Box 6-RR Starke, 32091. % ere arroirpanlrd hy Minn rinrly Onova. --




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\ I I Lawtey Fifth Grader Wins District Spelling Bee

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Two of the youngest contestant in Groans and helpless looks were
County To Attack Mosquitoes"Why the District Spelling Bee proved to be common as the students heard the
the best spellers Thursday when Amy words they must spell correctly. Sighs
Lyn Roark, Lawtey was pronounced of relief were audible as they finished
don't they do something about these mosquitoes They're M champion and John David Francis, spelling and saw the nod of the judge's
terrible now!" a Starke Elementary runner-up after head that meant the spelling was
"They" In the above case li the county. So,the county Mosquito Control 45 minutes of nervous spelling. correct
Unit,operated under county Unitarian Darrell O'Neal has scheduled the Champion spellers from area
fin of II sprayings this year for tomorrow (Friday April 14) from 5 p.m Amy Lyn and John vied for the schools that participated In the bee Included -
until dark. championship through several Brian Davis Brooker; Brad
The aerial spraying will be done from a helicopter. A new chemical, rounds, but then John David mis- .Russell, Hampton; Dollie McCraney,
Dlabrom 14, wilt be sprayed from a new Ultra Low Volume (ULV) polled "remoteness" and Amy Lyn Lawtey; Rhonda Cason Southside;
machine which sprays a fine mist. The helicopter will fly at approximately spelled It correctly and went on to Tracy Davis, Starke Elementary;
300 feet and be easily visible.It become the champ after correctly Susan Newport, Bradford Middle
Is recommended that residents not look directly up at the mist. The Rnellmtf' : her next word "quaint" School.
chemical can Irritate the eyes of some people. Persons with extreme School runners-up Included Susie
respiratory Illnesses are requested to stay indoors for the duration of the Twelve students In grades five Welch, Brooker; Lode Snow,
spraying, says O'Neal. through eight of all local elementaryand Hampton) Rowland Lennon South-
Plans are to spray all residential areas In the county plus all swampy Amy Lyn Roark right Lawley Elementary fifth grader Is the Isis county middle school participated In the side; and Kay Chitty, Bradford
areas. The coverage won't be county-wide, O'Neal.ays, but will Include champion seller. John David, Francis, left Is the runner-op. Amy Is the county-wide spelling bee, held In the Middle School.
residential areas and, therefore, be more widely applied than In the two daughter Mrs. George Tomasovllch of Lawley.Jobs David Is the son School Board meeting room. Amy Lyn and John David will now
sprayings in 1977.A of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Francis! of Btarke. attend the Regional Spelling Bee,
spraying costs approximately $800. Ten more sprayings are planned _. .- which Is sponsored by'the Florida
far the year.Diabrom Times Union It will be held April 29 a t
14 is a new chemical. Heretofore, Malathion has been used. 'p 7 p.m.
rr w
O'Neal eels the mosquitoes local!:} have developed a resistance to Malathion aw '+ n
and so he has switched chemicals. es rrsw tr
The new ULV spraying machine delivers a fine mist, a* opposed to a Active DutyTraining
spray.O'NeaIIlllYs.
The spraying won't be carried out If winds are higher than 15 wins w SetMny27JunelO
hour. High wind makes it difficult to hit the target area. If the a her
blowing the helicopter must fly to one side of the target to hit the right '

place O'Neal says, and many persons then don't see the helicopter and : ,
don't believe the area has been sprayed.
Expenditures: for mosquito control were among the top areas, along The local National Guard unit, the
with the zoning office and road and ditch complaints, taxpayers complulnod 631st Maintenance Co., will be at
about to the county commission last July In public hearings on the Camp Blanding May 27 through June
new'county budget Complaints on mosquito control centered around the 10 for the annual active duty training
ineffectiveness of the program In eliminating mosquito Taxpayers at period.
the two hearings termed the mosquito control program a farce The training scheduled for the
summer will Include an extensive
amount of air de'ense artillery firing
Drive and mortar firing said Ltc. Augustine
Blood
Set
Friday Gonzalez training site manager.'
:.J2.:' Training will begin April 22- May 6
Local citizens will have another to fake advantage of this opportunityto with the 342nd Medical Detachment;
blood needs of himself School champions III, these were the participants In the Hark champion: John David Frances, runner-up Brad
chance: Tuesday April 18, to respondto Insure the or Florida : April 29 May 13, HHC. 53rd Infantry
u call to donate blood. herself as well as members of their countywide spelling bee sponsored by the Russell, Dolly McCrancy. Brigade; May 20 June 3, 149th GS
The bloodmobile of the Civltan family Publishing Company. Back rows ROM land Lennon Lori Snow Susie Welch, Kay Co. May 27 -June 10, Alternate Com
Regional hood 'enter will be at the The donation of one pint of blood rlnt row (tl-ri Rhoda Casoa Tracy Davis, Amy Lyn Chilly, Brian Davis, and Suzanne Newport. mand; Headquarters; June 17 July I,

Marke Bradford Chamber of makes the entire family eligible for 283rd Combat Command Squadron,
Commerce building at Madison and blood during the year under the Blood Ga. Air National Guard; June 24 -
Walnut Streets from 9 a.m. until 4 Assurance Program. Discipline School Advisory TopicDiscipline July, 53rd Signal Group: July 115
pm. Tuesday Chamber Secretary Anyone between the ages of 18 and 892nd Engineer Co.; July 7 23.
Kathy Struth Is making appointments 115 and weighing at least 110 pounds Is FLARNG Military Academy; AugustS
thin week so persons wishing to donate eligible to donate\ not suffering witha will be the topic at the reluctant to" overrule a teacher's questioned the high failure rate on the .19, 263rd ADA Bn.
blood won't have to wait and to enable cold flue or certain diseases. An second round of county school Advisory recommendation.Even eighth grade assessment test. in
the ;2-bed! bloodmobile to be used to'aDllcltv examination Is given to all prospective Committee meetings set for 7 with the possibility of mathematics. 102 of 329 eighth
with no Idle periods donors. p.m. next Tuesday, April 18, at the retention for students not scoring 70 graders failed to score In the 70th percentil -
Donating blood takes about 30 respective school centers. percentile on reading on the Florida In math at BMS. BMS teachers Brooker To Pay
Twenty-four. units of blood were minutes,including the 10 minutes rest Parents will have a chance to voice Minimum Performance Standards Dlna Petrella and Dorothy Moore told.
donated. here in February but 10 period a. person must take after complaints about the present the advisory committees and parents parents they had not seen a copy of
persons who) wanted to donate blood donating During this period the donorIs discipline code or to make suggestions present agreed on the necessity of the the math test, and that students were Town Marshal
had to be turned away when the re served juice and a bile to eat. A for changes at the Tuesday meetings. new minimum standards tested in,areas not covered In class.'
sense to the call for donations brief physical examination Is required There have been few complaintsthis "The committee is really positively Per MonthFaced
$300
exceeded expectations before donating. year about the school disciplinecode approaching the Idea of students Mrs. Petrella said she has seen a copy ?
All local I organizations and clubs Anyone wishing to make a special so far, principals report. achieving actual grade level rather of the upcoming test and Is tutoring
lire urged to invite their members to appointment or obtain additional The first round of school advisory than social promotion said students in those areas that will be on with either a one month-
donate blood at this time and every Information about the Bloodmobilemay committee meetings were held In Principal Jim Duncan of Lawtey the test. Mrs. Moore said a work book notice of resignation or financial reImbursement -
eligible citizen In the county is urged call the Chamber office, 964-5278. mid-March. Topics discussed were Elementary, has been prepared to test the studentsin Brooker council
basic skills and assessment test results Starke Elementary Principal specific areas to be tested, so the members unanimously approved a
I strategies for skill Improve- Richard Jockel reported he had an outspoken program can zero in on specific weak. $.100 a month salary for town marshal
25 Lawtey Students Stage RockAThonTwentyfive ment, and the pupil progression and group of seven parents and nesses.In Tommy Raulerson.
remediation program. committee members. "Stay with the Raulerson, an employee at the
Luwtcy Elementary Twenty-three of the 25 rockers Parents and teachers attending the basics. Once the kid gets the basics he both the third and fifth grade Alachua County jail, said since he
School students rocked back and forth completed the 24 hour stretch from 6 March meetings generally agreed it Is can go on to other things," Jockel said levels the test results show students began one month ago he was puttingin
Friday night and Saturday to raise p.m, Friday to 6 p.m. Saturday. Five necessary to have minimum basic the parents told him. "I was really from the outlying schools, Lawtey, from 6 to 10 hours each day. often
money for the Lawtey Dixie Youth minutes out of each hour was allowed skills tests and with the pupil. Impressed. The parents really asked a Brooker, and Hampton scoring !seven days a week.
League baseball teams.! .JQ rest from rocking progression plan. lot of Intelligent questions,1' Jockel higher than the two Starke "I want to do the job right; but I
The money raised went to the Dixie KtRh: : of the students obtained a Florida Minimum Performance added. Elementary schools.. can't do it right for nothing." he said
Youth I.edKuo of Ijiwley which sponsor who donated money for each Standards tests are now given In Biggest group to meet was the 29 asking the council to consider a t
supports( I'onv League. Little League hour of rocking grades 3,5,8, and 12. Students are: required which turned out at Hampton highly Hampton biementary! topped the salary.Raulerson said he had been Involved I
and Small Fry baseball! part of the The rock-a-thon was organized by to score a minimum of 70 percentile pleasing Principal Connie Clark. The local schools with 88 percentile aver' with all kinds of law enforce \
Ijiwtey Recreation Department Mrs. Joyce Crews of Lawtey in reading (not math) to be Hampton group wanted the school to age score In reading in the third ment since he had began. from
promoted. Several chances are givenon set standards for students to meet, grade. Starke Elementary averaged vandalism to family altercations.
the student to pass the test urged/( the school to work hard on basic 76 percentile, Southside Elementary Council members and the audienceall
Ii HRS Meet Set For April 26 At Courthouse To be promoted the students must skills. 74 percentile, Lawtey Elementary 84, voiced approval for a Job well done
f also score at least 10 percentile on the Brooker Elementary!: 70. The district, and noted an improvement In the
California Test of Basic Skills (CTBS) The Hampton group disliked the or county, average score on reading in community since Raulerson had
At the meeting, special cmpnasis and also have his teacher's recom Idea of any one test being the determining the third grade was 78.4 percentile. taken over the position..
A public meeting will be held at 2 mendation. If a student has never factor in retention. They The state ('.J. Stalnakerand
will be given to programs for the average Is 79.9 percentile. After the motion by
I pm. Apiil :2 II.; to familiarize local elderly authorized by Titles III and been retained in his current grade he wanted a student's daily work and The outlying schools scored sub- second by Steve Nipper for
1 residents with District III. l Health and VII of the Older Americans Act and or she must meet all three of these teacher recommendation to count. stantially higher in reading at the fifth $300 a month. Raulerson said it was
( Rehabilitative Services starling in programs for persons of all ages requirements to be promoted. If a Hampton parents also requested a grade level. Brooker was high at 86 more than he expected. Former
July' Jlillllnd! ending June :3n. 1979.The student has been retained, he can be summer school program to help those
I generated( by Title XX of the Social percentile, Hampton 83, Lawtey 79, marshal Kenneth Twiss was only. reimbursed
meeting will bc held at the Securities Act. promoted by meeting two of these re retained. The Hampton parents also Starke Elementary 68, and Southside for gas and oil. .
Uradford County Commission Room liked the local school, don't want their
quirements. Administrative procedure Elementary 68. The district The council also gave approval for
in I Courthouse, and hosted by Don can be Implemented in special children to travel to Starke for school.At percentile was 76.8. The state average average the purchase of a heavy duty flashlight .
\\eiffenUich. member of the Hits An important reason for the rnses Principals all Indicate they area the middle school parents percentile was 77.6. seat organizer and ticket holder
District III Advisory Council meeting will be to encourage public cost to be about $45. Postponed was a
.
District III is of reaction to the proposed placement ." ::'\,,, .. :, new siren for the marshal's car.
composed and quantity of liltS services **. 'j4. --- -_. ,
Hamilton. Suwunnce.
Lafayette. throughout Hamilton Suwannce.
Columbia. I'nion. Bradford Alachua. Columbia. Bradford and Union Galin Enters
iikhrist. l.cv>'. Dixie. Putnam. counties.
M.uion.: Citrus. Sumter. Lake and
Funding for 1IHS has
programs
lleniiiiulo counties Plea
been largely predetermined and Guilty
I IKS administers stale and federal
earmarked well In advance of the
1)1'01111111' such .is food stamps.! Aid to s.
Families with Dependent Children upcoming meeting: however District t Dwa>'ne Edward Gann. IB.'of ii ii-
.\(0'1)h'lllcilid.: Children and III Administrator William McClurestated ford entered a plea of guilty Tuesday,
\iHilli I'rogl'lll11l1.'ocalionl1l Keliabililalion. 'There is an appreciable C / 1- _L 'April 4. to a lesser charge of aggra
amount of leeway regarding the inter _
:Mental\ Retardation \ vated assault in connection with a
Mental: Health. Public lIelllth.C district placement of many social Dec. 5 convenience store robbery.
'hildl'I"11h'llical: Sen'ices.Jelnle services,and if there Is an unmet need Circuit Court Judge Wayne' M.
and.\clult and of which we are unaware we would Carlisle will announce sentence aftera
Services
others.
main IA It "
certainly want ,_ know n.j pre-sentence Investigation. Gann

pled guilty to the lesser charge of
aggravated assault which carries a
maximum prison sentence of five
st years compared to a maximum 13
year sentence for aggravated battery
and attenuated robbery charge
Gann admitted beating store clerk
Q !Mrs. Lilian Hall with a pool cue
stick. :Mrs. Bull was seriously' lured

and may have permantly lost the use
of her hand. !Mrs. Ball hud protectedher
head with her hands during the
j __ lj beating. She had several broken

fingers and arm Injuries.iann .
( was also charged in
December with throwing bottles
; j ; through several store windows- in
Starke and IK scheduled to face those
c1 charges in !May .
On Monday Tom :Marks 57. pleadedno
contest to a lesser charge of
aggravated assault on his employer,
Ernest Copeland of Jacksonville.
Judge Carlisle accepted the plea of
.
Marks and ordered a pre-sentence
investigation. !Marks had been,

..__ _.- '. ",,",,r..,: charged with aggravated battery in
..KQ. the shooting of Copeland in Starke
Oct. 24 after an argument about pay.
;
__.(______ Bradlord.l'nlon.Tflh students who participated In the Furl Kd: Morgan. Kne.UngCindy DeWitt and Joanle
I +r+ r Florida Slate Fair horticulture show In Tampa were back Sillier. Not shown Is F.C, Flakes
I II row (lI.r): Steve AlvarezShirley Fern Ron Ouellette. Paola


I Participants In the Florida Slate Fair horticulture show held In Tampa Chic Ballet Will Perform "Giselle" April 15 Cit''llold 2nd HUD HearingThe I
:March! 29-Aprll wee: Robin Wilson Earl Paronto. Jack Davltl and Svlvla ..

Ulnltrs. Gainesville Civic Ballet will be falls from exhaustion even though The second public hearing on the' the hardest to be obtained and the .'
I performing the romantic Classical reassured of Giselle's lasting love Community Development Block reapplication had to be submitted by
II while Giselle continues to dance under
I Ballet Giselle" for their April. 15. of Grant was held at Starke City Hall. May f. followed by another full .
Slate Horticulture Show Winners Spring Concert. -' the supernatural spoil Myrtha. Wednesday March 29. application.

Two Internationally famous Queen of the \\ilis. A delegation from the Reno section Commissioner Charles Schaefersaid
4 Students from the Bradfordl'nlon.TKh Center received best In the dancers. Leo Ahonen and Soil! Arvola. There will be a 2 p m. matinee and were present and were told the areas the first phase of the first grant
8:13 evening performance at the
'+' how and a award of merit In competition at the Florida State Fair held will be the guest performers from the an Gainesville High Auditorium. Ticketsare first considered would be streets would include sewers, streets, side-
March Houston Ballet Company. where Installed and and street
29 AprU s.t sewers were walks paving, street
In Tampa 12.5O-ror the matinee
.
5 Students receiving a first. place were! Joanle Miller, petticoat fern; Robin Also. Peter Frame from the :New General Admission and S6 reserved; S3 30 repair and renovation of homes that drainage and recreation area
York Ballet will be making a
I City were In substandard$ condition In the
I' Ullsan. white sanseverla: Jack Oavltl. Wilson's Ivy creeping! fig: Shirley guest appearance in this most popular for the evening performance and are target areas.

about Giselle beautiful available at t the following locations: The "city applied$ for but did
ballet a recreation site at RJE was also The not
S.vlvlalnters. snake Ron.
Fern bunny ears cactus! piggyback cactusi Lichters. Pofahl Studios Wise's
maiden. w ho mad when the feels similar last
goes discussed and it was brought out the receive a grant year,
Flakes, spider knee, and begonia.
Ouellctle. eplcla F.C. plant a strawberry betrayed bv the one she loves, and Is Drugs Rainbow Dancer Rebel site was ready with the signing,of a losing out by one point This year's
ribbons Ed : ,
Students receiving second place were: Morgan strawberry cursed to dance forever. Albrecht. her Discount. Gainesville Mall 1323 N.W. lease application is based on updated
begonia: Cindy DeWltt. Elephant : Paula Ferrl. sansevrrla: Walter continue if he 2nd Street. Downtown Creekside and could
Topiary lover must dancing Jim Lucus, the city's consulting engineer census figures amount to
ndronknee and Steve Alvarez
"..Uoft. ponytail palm F.C. : wishes to,be with Giselle but finally, ,' Mal 1227 University Avenue. said the first grant would be. $750,000 to the city.t' .
rabbits feat rei'll.'V .-"
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