Bradford County telegraph
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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 20, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:04151
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a' II dveriing to DegMrythort!* announced his candidacy for the conservative Democrat concerned; .' by Re \ --
fort .all elections when voter w'iU District,25 seat Riven, a classroom with too much government Interference that'1Vf e: Jio. Dca defeateto Frey ar.!* fit thfe r'fIIh '
elect US Representative, Representatives teacher at the Orange Street Fifth in private affairs v and anl: lc.la .It: Candidates f c: ,UM II
for the Florida Legislature$ Grade Center in St. Augustine has AI O open will be the District 9 seat Stark e ( rat ', tlltFj, '''S t a Representatives Instate
Governor and Lieutenant Governor, served on the Democratic Executive presently held by George W, Roberts' eleeaea. y... '', -: offices ara required 1 ua j !
other Mate offlceri and locally two Committee of St. Johns County since A Starke businessman, Roberts would Charles' .bI", ev pipet. to M tilled by election In with the Secretary of Sla<< W ,k i
county commission teats, three 1973. be seeking his fourth four-year term. ,! : 19 ; .* out of six circuit time after noon July U but jMc r 9!
school board seats, In Starke three Williams first ran in 1972., was reelected He indicated recently he has not yet m iiSjiih.issf**"' "! bta.6t1eO/td: 7dludefly. than noon July J$. 'y.f; ow I
commission seats and Hampton two in 1974 and defeated CharlesE. decided if he will nab tersee1 Gr'iv.! 'Ii "'stoat in..the The Judges whose terms expire .la ": k 4
council seats and the city clerk. "Red" UnderbiD in 1976. 1ft. .i !III., January 1979 are*. John J.Crews, RA. Candidates for county offices'ere. ..,.
One of the local races already 'The three Bradford County School Schalftn tofrdterm( to I97 .'Buzzy Green John A.H. Murphree required to qualify with, the
drawing Interest is for the District 25 Two candidates have announced for Board vacancies will b* District One, H. was \\posed for the Croup Five Benjamin M. Tench and Theron A. Supervisor of Elections of the County l
Florida House of Representatives the District 4 county commission seat now held by Arthur GasUns; District: seat by fterald Brown. Yawn. Jr.Other at any time after noon July it but not
seat presently held by Rep. Frank presently held by E.W. Hodges, who Two occupied by Mrs. Pat Spongier; Water.'PWeeted.Seeber Goodman office to be filled by electionare later than noon July 25.
Williams D-Crystal Lake. will be completing his first term. and District Five, presently held by for tha Group One seat vacated by : Secretary of State, Attorney I .
District 25 encompasses Clay, Hodges when contacted said he has J.T Parrlsh.Gasklns '. retiring commissioner Mara Jackson. General, Comptroller State Registration books will close en tJI404l\,,'
Bradford, and the northern half of St. not yet decided on whether to run In a resident of SR-23S west Treasurer, Commissioner of 30th day' before each state and local \'
Johns County. this year's election. of Lawtey, ran In 1970 and was councilmen ,
Hampton up for reelection Education, Commissioner of Agriculture election and remain closed until after (
Already announced for that spot are Hampton resident Steve Cardin Is defeated then ran successfully this year are chairman Ted and two Commissioners of !the' the election. For the primary election : '"
Col. Howard Dunn' a Republican from challenging Hodges. A Democrat against incumbent Blaine Thompsonand Curtis) and\councilman John,Allen. Florida Puhlic. Service Commission. September 12, the books:'will \
Keystone Heights. Dunn, a retired Cardin views himself as the peoples Herman Johnson bi 1974.. City clerk Mary Lee Allen's two year close August 12 at S p,m. and remain f '
colonel from the Marine Air Corps, lea candidate rather than a candidatethat term will also be up this year, .Candidates ,'that have already closed until after the second primary. I'
well decorated ex-POW who was only serves the establishmentand Mrs. Spengler defeated H.A. Curtis has served six. year on the announced intentions to run for The second primary will be Oct, 10.
imprisoned In North Vietnam for special interests. Lawson a school board veteran of 24 council Allen has served two years governor are' Democrats: 'Bob Registration books will close Oct. 7 at ,?;\
seven years. Also tossing his hat into the ring for years In her first outing in 1974. and Mr*. Allen has been city clerk Graham, Rohert Shevln, Jim S p.m. 30 days before the general {;
Thomas J. Rivers, Jr.. a DemocratS the District 4 seat is Paul Menu of Parrish In 1974 defeated Incumbent three yearn WUllnms, Bruce- Smathers Eileen election Nov. 7. ? ,r t
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Tabling it 'until a special l meeting are 'L.T. Oglesby, administrative be site work and remodeling .- ; 1"
next Thursday (April 27) at 7 p.m. the director Vocation Technical In other business-.*the board (. ",'I
Bradford County School Board Education; Carl E. Clark, assistant Approved final I payment of$30u r

delayed action .on a county administrative director Vo-Tech from a county-wide' to Columbia Paving Co. for paved
staffing chart and position; Millard Brown director of ,parking and drives. fey f l'
personnel filling the chart adult education; C.C Anderson and Approved final, payment of,1228 !
-- recommended by Superintendent Charles Hall. principals atlhehlghachool .,for architect fees for paring rand f
I iaSAt tlv Tom Casey at the regular; meeting ; Jessie Moore BMS K.vn to Salley for design'' develop*
: AI Monday April 17' c'I: r.. principal;' 'Richard II. Jockel, memo for cafeteria. .' "
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nd principal Starke Elementary t Dewey one hour per v .f
,Board member Arthur Gasklns said additional foals ,
N ., Sduthslder to teach at BUS I
he would have liked to have had the' McKinney, Elementary; [ math v .
distributed tn the meeting Connie"" M, Clark, Hampton Grover Howard and Mary Osborn and &' !
.! sheet Casey to thtf flowatlng for Elementary;;, Lennard B. Register, non-Instructional three hours per day :/,< I
seveity day prior .*' coordinator of operations; Lucille for Wanda Green, lunchroom !worker \.
study.X Included Payne, coordinator of elementary at the _Vo-Tech. '
The saffloz chart one new
education Eddie Douglas Manager Approved U.B61 In bld'awel'd.for .
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position :' ,
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of business affairs Morgan. agriculture equipment.
f., MW44lie' ( rather. than' an coordinator"'" of food,service,-aTj rtntarujini to, ,rtbld a ,refrig erateoT'

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cOordiUtlc t"I il'et',4!
I Included BItS
The chart shifting from five lenLApproved "* 1 1AaUd
Francis to director
'principal Charles
of curriculum and Instruction'; Casey said with the changes the expulsion of a BHS
..,'. shifting Lawtey Elementary principalJim number of positions In administration student for a bomb threat to the
middle school In March.
Duncan to the BUS top post and was the same. last year, '
recommended high school teacher Also scheduled for a 6 p m. work Approved a request for 17 students -
Michael Sexton replace Duncan at session.April 27 Is discussion for the and three adults for an overnight
Lawtey, renovation of the 'Bradford High trip to Disney World. The .
students are members of the BHS f
School cafeteria Architect
Casey announced Brooker Elementary Craig
: principal Phil Vellenga had Salley presented the board with a Spanish and French Honor Societies. j

: ." resigned effective the end of school $142,693 Itemized cost estimate for
and recommended middle school cafeteria remodeling. Demolition and Approved payment of not more
.: assistant principal Myrna Lou Rahn new work required Included: $26,000for than $500 to match $300 to be paid "'
air conditioning $300O for from Chorus Club Internal account for '
take that position next year. Vellengais ; 'I
',;,. ..,., devoting full time to farming. plumbing, and $26,700 for electrical.The purchase of stage 'risers for BHS f
r. Other personnel and their positions remainder of the $142,000 would auditorium. I II I

Top: Bennie Demps smiles as Judge Wayne M. Carlisle announces death In
the electric chair for the murder of a fellow inmate. Demps talks with attorney : Others Get Imprisonment
John Carroll at sentencing. ]

Bottom left Inmate Harry Mungin has handcuffs removed to allow

fingerprinting following sentence of life In prison with 25-years mandatory. Demps Sentenced to Death* > j

Bottom right: James Jackson and his attorney Peter Enwall leave the i 1

courtroom after hearing Judge Wayne Carlisle hand down life In prison Following the Jury's recommendation. tences were commuted to life following sentence. In those casts where circumstances .

sentence Judge Wayne Carlisle sentenced the 1972 U.S. Supreme Court of the act Itself and the
Florida State Prison inmate Bennie ruling In f'urman vs. ua. declaringthe background and record of the de-" ; I
""'I\. ; : ;: ::r.1.WJ" ::.:..:'; Demps to death in the electric chair existing death penalty was un Pendant such as to cause the court to i ,
'..- :2f.i1 u"-_. Fire for the September 1976 murder of constitutional. Carlisle said federal believe it is in the Interest and protection '

......'.. _.._ .: Fights, Disrupt fellow inmate Alfred Sturgis in sentencing judge Charles Scott's ruling to allow of society the death sentence l i 1
---s.:.. :/; held at FSP Monday,April 17. Dumps In general population at the should be carried out, said Carlisle : }
ffi Demps, a stockyy hullt ex-Marine prison was a mistake "That was obviously Demps asked the judge if his state '
grinned as his death sentence was said Carlisle. ment was to make the prisoner feel I
: :-:r:4.: =;:.r Hampton Public HearingFires an error .
about It. Carlisle said his
= read "It is the court's opinion by reason good statement !
:f i : .': Codefendants James Jackson 25. of prior record and circumstances you was for the record and there was I

\ and fights interrupted the There is $1.8 million to $2.6 million and Harry Mungin 25, received life don't deserve to be in society" said no intent to make Demps feel either I V

Hampton public hearing Tuesday dollars\ In grant money available to Imprisonment to be served conan Carlisle In handing dowrf the death good or badMoreon :
1-- night, which ended with a council decision small cities for the 1979 fiscal year. cutively with present sentences. Both senPrwe
jw\:... FridayApril2l 22 ";:: to apply for a $324,000 'The city will be 'required to must serve 25 calendar years before Carlisle said he had talked with COURTS ;
;1 community development grant to help complete the projects applied for being eligible for parole said Demps' attorney, John Carroll a
..' offset the cost of the proposed new within 12 to 14 months, and the HUD Carlisle.On number of times and had expressedhis 5A
Ladies Auxiliary water system. would check periodically to see that March 18, a Bradford County 12- concern in Imposing the death page f,
!" United Pentecostal The public hearing was set to the funds are being used as they were member Jury recommended Demps IBrooker
,' Garage Sale,'-6 discuss a possible application for a Intended. Ms. Baldwin explained but and Jackson receive the death I
40I W. Moreiand: from the Department of the city of Hampton would be respon- sentence and Mungin life Imprisonment .
dousing and Urban Developement sible for the administration of the Discusses Specs'

g', Saturday, April Mtwt but In the middle of the heated discvssion funds Each 01 the three Inmates were ,
the fire alarm sounded, the The residents remained concerned brought separately Into a mini-court t' !.1""
:" : fire volunteers rushed to the trucks about the proposed water system,and room set up Inside the main gate at
.,' : '\ Cystic Fibrosis and the meeting was halted for. questioned Department of Environ- the prison. Each was dressed In On Repairing Water System :
I '.. *. Bike-A-Than approximately an hour. mental Regulation 4 DER officials prison blue work pants and green 'l'- 1 r7
<' 10am. ; Ms. Anita Baldwin from the North who were also present the meeting. shirts and accompanied by their I
4r"' from BCH "The water Is far attorneys. Five correctional officers
Central Florida Regional Planning system presently '
f.1 below said along with FSP superintendent Dave 'The Brooker Council held a special to brace the tank, would be required i
.,' ,'. HamptonYFD : Council the residents explained the that grant crowded programto the Jerry Owen. "If DER you repro.sentatlve are Brierton lined the walls of the small meeting Monday night to discuss at flve-foot Intervals beneath the tank. ..f{)t'

I'. Fish Fry S p.m. room. Saying that, although there going to operate water system, it's room. specifications to replace their ailing Havelln estimated the cost of the v '"
going to have to be to standard We Demps. the third of the group to be 'water system.Tht' tank at about 7900.
several of that up
the council members also told 'I l
members meetingwith The were
Monday,April 24' could be applied for, she suggested aslnglepurpose are not going to back off." sentenced was the only one to answer
discussion about the of the would need chlorinator 'and
repair they a '
grant geared toward When asked what would happen If the judge when asked if he had anything
motor which was to that it was better to a higher price
supposed y
sub-atsndardhousing rehabilitation. the city abandoned the new water'' to say .before. sentencing. pump the .i. '
Hampton Council f system. Owen responded "the "I don't feel the threat of be fixed earlier In the week. Mayor for It. because of better quality, '1 t
.: Ms. Baldwin explained that a grant judge Blake Hamilton told the council that Havelin told the members that they I 'I a
told He
sentencing. Demps the judge
7iJOp.m. will order the to the
could city spend
to finance the water system not "
he had to the who required to have a set of scales
.' added It was the word of homosexuals spoken repairman were
of money. +
"I' ,,' ::TuesdayAprIl2S" 'be gotten without some other sort He added that It would and snitches against his. Demps had promised to repair the pump. that would weigh the 250 pound (
.r project that would tie Into the water cost more to' "
"I've done all I can do. he said. canister of chlorine and estimatedthe
denied the
killing or
r.). I" i system. She explained that in repair ,the present system than to participating ; ,
of The council members decided to cost of the scales to be $300. but
: murder Sturgis.
'J"t.1 ,f replace It.Durina
.applying for the grant, the residents
"1 Southtid Elem. would have directed the grant the break in the meeting In sentencing Carlisle told the court !give the repairman a few more days said. "you could get away without I '
money afore take action scales let the health man .
they any more on having :
while the senseless killing of a fellow Inmate
.' PTA7iopm. ?to some other project besides the new firemen were tending the fire,
was especially cruel and denied the the matter, but the water pressure Is come down and tell you you need
Sverdrup Parcel
_.water system but that percentage representativeAllan .
t ftlll low residents report.In scales ,
victim thej-lght to live and return to
: \a BC Zoning Bd. "of the grant money could be used for Aront spoke with DER officials and" discussing the specifications the Also Included In the bid will be d "
family friends when his sentence
: 712op.m. 1 the possibility Gf '
presented anew
the .
; black Instead of mask which Is
tank a required.
"An Inmate's life la lessprecious a gas
: Wednesday,April 2* to bring any
loan and already the system to
the grant money up ," added Carlisle. The judge tank because it would last longer. Havelin stated that the room for the
r applied for from Farmers Home Ad-. standard without fire protection. said he had studied the According to Jake Ha velm, who was chlorinator should be sealed oft. but ,
ministration(FmHA), but the overall Aront volunteered to draw up new pre-sentence
Investigation and Dumps had been asked by the council to attend the that they could build plywood roans
.., HRS Meeting cost for the system and the user cost proposals at no additional charge to to help. ,thelpeciflcatlons. other have done
meeting prepare cities
sentenced death for two first degree :
the city, but Chairman
... 2p.m. ;would be reduced substantially. Ted Curtis '
"the bigger the tank The council stated that the water
BC Courthouse could motion from murder charges stemming from an
: decided get the council.
: The council members to "
In ''the cheaper would be shut off In the city for about I
incident Lake
.:t1t'1I. ;:',P .. cf :-..., .apply for a 1324,000 grant of which Curtis make the withdrew motion from the chair to assault to commit County murder.In 1967 from and that an He also told the council' to specify"that one day while they are.. Installing the :
SL:0.000 would be directed toward the ; himself but the .
the tank be tested for ISO pounds new material
; GUjr. ( Communttu water system. Other Include council second it.More was. silent and would not. same"It appears case* you. are a violent Indi that It be set up off the ground andthat Chairman A.B. Adams told& the

.tnte. nnks.ei.h .financed by the grant would vidual... you took three innocent victims the meter be repaired and moved council that he knew an engineer\ that ( :f
rehabilitation of three houses to bring between the tank and the that would him draw ha I
S ] on HAMPTON and placed them In the trunk and pump so help up f
them up to standard paving of streets could how much The council will J
riddled that trunk with an assault rifle the l>*n measure specifications. meet
\;* ..._hur.d I Upr. and financing the connection to the 5 A and left them for dead," said Carlisle. water Is being used. again Thursday, April 20, to examine j '1

.' P..saI DoIf.wwh In_vv.....c... 40 new low water income, system houses.of.approximately- ,page The judge added those two death sen He also said that five saddler Wed the sppciiicatloasj \ ;\ "

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II: For McDonald's Prized Customer Throws Birthday Solomon Party Jarvis SIw 9'Ue24e J eW, !

Seventy-six Solomon year Jarvis young was treated Starke resident to -a cffarlsa Wlooty SocUty titor, 964-7608

surprise birthday party Tuesday ----- -
afternoon at McDonald
McDonald's personnel have Kathy CaseyJohnny Hobbs Terri Dyal Honored
adopted Jarvis and helped plan along
with his family and friends the party With Two Parties
Honored Two PartiesMiss
for the spry bachelor, Jarvis often at
eats all of his meals. at the restaurantand
has become a local landmark at Kathy Casey and Johnny caring for the guests were Mrs Eldon Miss Terri Dyal of Keystone
his table In the comer. l tlobba. whose marriage will be an Hardy Mrs. Harry Hatcher, Mrs. Heights, whose marriage to Larry
A 21 year resident of Starke, Jarvis event of June 24, were honored at a Charles Darby, Mrs. Don Harden Paterson will be an event of April ZII,
has been a frequent customer since lovely "O( nhou e Reception" Mrs. J.E. Denmark Mrs. EdmonciTenly was complimented at a bridal shower
McDonald's opened dividing his time Saturday night at the Chitty home on. and- Misses. Sonya Tenly, Thursday evening, April 13, given by
at odd Jobs and an annual garden. Soaring Street. Nancy Payne,Debra Mitchell, Stacey Mrs. W.H. Edwards Mrs Phillip
Joining Jarvis for his birthday Hostesses for the delightful affair Denmark, and Karen Chitty Veilenga, Miss Lillian Stump, Mrs.
party were his daughter, June, and were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Edwards, Mr. The hostesses presented Miss John W.Griffin,Mm. Herbert Herres,
son-in-law Ricky Lee, and twoyear.old and Mrs. Frank Mitchell, Mr. and Casey. Mrs. Casey Mrs. Hobbs and Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn, Mrs. Guy
granddaughter Bethany, daugh-- Mrs. M.A. Payne Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Fred Moore with rose corsages Andrews and Mrs. Larry Hardin at
ter-in-law Mrs. Janie (Jerry) Jarvis Drew F. Reddish Mr. and Mrs. upon their arrival. As a memento of the home of the latter In Green Acres,
and 10-month old granddaughter James R. Reddish, Mr. and Mrs. the occasion the honored couple were Starke.
Cassandra. Another son, Jerry, Is In George Roberts, Mr. and Mrs Sonny given a piece of their chosen china. Guests were greeted at the door by
the Army Tenly and Randal F. Chitty, II, and Approximately 225 guests called Mrs. Griffin, who presented them to
Solomon Jarvis celebrates his nth his mother, Mrs. Joan Chitty. .between the pattY hours of 7:30 and 10 Miss Dyal, Mrs. J.E. Dyal of
birthday with a surprise parly given The Chitty home was festive for the p.m. -j jwTeresa Keystone Heights, Bride-elect's
BUS Cla. or '58 him by McDonald's and his family. occasion with arrangements of fresh mother, Mrs. R.G. Paterson prospect
blooming seasonal blossoms, potted KITCHEN SHOWER tive groom's mother and Mrs. Lucy
mums of various colors and large Miss Casey was honored at a Flnley' grandmother of the bride-
To Plan Reunion variegated hanging surprise kitchen shower last elect.
2>lJ lush green
., Shirley
baskets of ferns and other tropical Thursday night, April 13, at the Mrs. Hardin and Miss Stump
Members of the Bradford High Dr.and Mrs. H.H. Adams and Mrs. plants placed at appointed, points Methodist Fellowship Hall given by Invited the guests Into the dining
School class of 1958 interested In J.H. Moseley visited Mr. and Mrs. throughout the home. Girl Scout senior troop No. 669. Teresa Shirley room. '
planning a 20-year reunion are asked R.R. Turnipseed, Sr. in Atlanta over Greeting guests at the door were The shower was given after Miss The tea table was covered with a
to attend a meeting at the Garden the weekend. Randy and his mother, Mrs. Joan Casey had given a talk to the girls on whltecutwork cloth and centered witha
Restaurant Tuesday, April. 25, at 8 Chitty. Presenting them to the her vocation of school teaching.An Arnnie GibsonTo beautiful arrangement of roses.
pm. Mrs. T.J. Thomas of Valdosta was receiving line In the living of the outdoor theme was carried out In Mrs. Edwards presided at the punch
Anyone else Interested beside class Sunday luncheon guest of Mrs. Bertha home were Mrs. and the party decorations. The refreshment Wed July 8 bowl and Mrs. Andrew., Mr. Herres
members are also asked to attend. Pearce. Mrs. Marlon Payne. The receivingline table was centered with a sheet and Mrs. Vellenga assisted in serving.
was composed of the honorees, cake decorated with a brick outdoor' Mrs. Yawn Invited the guests Into
Kathy and Johnny, and their parents, grill. Mr. and Mrs Frank Shirley of the family room where the gifts were
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Casey, Jr., Games and refreshments were Starke announce the engagement of on display.The .
and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hobbs Sr. enjoyed by the 12 attending. Among their daughter Teresa Darlene, to hostesses presented Miss Dyal
Inviting guests Into the dining the guests were Mrs. Tom Casey and Arnnle Kynla Gibson of Patrick Air with a place setting of her chosen
room were Mrs. George Roberts, and Mrs. Johnny Hobbs Sr. Also Force Base, Cocoa Beach, Fla., son of and a corsage of white
Mrs.James Reddish.The dining table attending were Janet Klmutls, girl Mrs. Fay Purvis of Starke. carnations as a memento of the
STYLINGCENTER was covered with an Imported scout neighborhood chairman and Miss Shirley Is a 1978 honor occasion.One .
oriental Army-Navy white lace cloth Mrs. Edward Wainwrlght. graduate of Bradford High School hundred guests were Invited to
over a rose pink liner. Centering the The honoree received her gifts In a where she Is a mwibcTTDf National call between the hours 7:30: and 9:00:
964-6394 table was a formal arrangement of outdoor grill, a gift from Mrs. Laurie Honor Society. F IIA, held past officesof p.m.
multicolored/ roses and English Mullins and daughter, Patty, vice-president and president and
Personalized Hair Styling For Men And Women Dogwood. Burning white tapers In tall 1976 Club Sweetheart. She is a SHOWER
silver candelabra enhanced the silver member of the Bradford County Miss Dyal was honored with a
Milker's Ptf appointments at the table. Welcoming Rev.Flynn Elected Hospital Teenage Volunteers where miscellaneous bridal shower
f tmt LADIES & MEN guests to the refreshment table were she has been secretary and president.Mr. Thursday night April 6, given by Mrs.
CURLY LOOK Mrs. Sonny Tenly and Mrs. Frank Gibson Is a '1977 graduate of Joyce Payne Mrs. Belle Lovell Mrs.
**i.M IS" Mitchell. Pouring at the silver coffee Pr Nursing CouncilRev. Bradford High School and entered the Theresa Bailey and Mrs.Thea Adamsat
'It" PERMS service at appointed times were Mrs. U.S. Air Force in September 1977 andis the Hope Baptist Church
Facials *20 Fred Moore, Mrs R.C. Moore, and John M. Flynn was elected presently stationed at Patrick Air Educational Building.
Mrs. Gayle Todor, Grandmother and president of the Bradford County Force Base. Among the guests were Mr. JamesE.
REDKEN For Men & Women aunts respectively of the bride-elect. Nursing Council at the luncheon The wedding will take place July 8 .Dyal and Mrs.Lucy Flnley mother
Serving Iced mocha from the sliver meeting Friday noon, April 14, held In at 4 p.m. In the Starke Church of God. and grandmother of the brideelectand
punch service at the opposite end of the Garden Restaurant. Mrs.Robert E. Paterson motherof
MONDAY Thru SATURDAY the table were Misses Theresa Hobbs President Mrs. W.B. Mundy the prospective groom.
and Jennifer Jockel. presided over the meeting. Serving Holland The refreshment table covered bya
Evenings, Menu's Night Cynthia
Tuesday Mr and Mrs. Bill Edwards Invited with Rev. Flynn during 1978-1979 will blue cloth with a white lace overlay
Thursday Evenings Ladles' Night guests Into the family room and onto be George Pierce, vice-president; was centered with a crystal punch
the pool porch.The refreshment tablein Mrs. Louise Kite, secretary and Mrs. James lucks bowl flanked by a shower cake and a
MMf+ the family room was covered withan James Blackshear, treasurer. sliver coffee pot. Silver compotes held
964-6394 imported Army-Navy white lace Fifteen members and one visitor, nuts and mints.
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Across From Hwy Patrol cloth over a yellow liner Misses Mrs. Pearl Pickering attended the May The gift table was centered with a
301 North Sharon Hobbs and Usa Ekard poured quarterly meeting. bride encircled with seasonal flowers.
fruit punch from the crystal service. Ms. Virginia Sue Holland of Gaines- Two orldal games were played and
964.6394 The hosts for the party assisted ville announce the engagement of her prizes awarded before Miss Dyal
r throughout the evening In'greetingand daughter Cynthia Kay to James opened her many useful gifts.
mixing with the guests. 'Mrs. Jean Darby of Gainesville Is Larry Hicks son of Mr. and Mrs.
Others assisting in serving: and spending several days with Mr. and W.H. (Ned) Nicks of Brooker. -.,.,'#'............
Mrs W.J Epperson. The wedding Is planned for
,"I II. ,. Saturday,*.May .;20alZ, ,pm""at. thej.homo ;]);J 'I J.. 'v' MN '. no''" H
'' !:10M./JoIlA. ., funl ,'1
Madalyn Scott of Coranado. Calif. is ,' of the groom's parents. : : ln
"'; 'visiting '''her .sister, Cecelia -Ter- '.I I.All friend and,relatives;arelfldited ,
wllleger for several days.D0YTOHH. to attend. Mrs. L.A. Canova and Mrs. W.B.
Mundy spent Tuesday and Wednesday
Sam Pughs HonoredAt of last week in Pensacola attendingthe
Florida Baptist Women's Con-,
'" Housewarming ventlon. Enroute they toured the new.
/..At. capitol building In Tallahassee and

-',- Sam and Sheila Pugh were given were overnight guests Monday nightof
housewarming Saturday night. April Miss Jean Mundy. While In Pensa
.-J/. Is. at their home at Conerly Estates cola: they visited Rev. and Mrs. W.A.

:. .: by Mrs. Warren Carver Mrs. Gary Hogan.
Osteen Mrs. 'Earl Muse and Mrs.
Ronnie Tomlmson. Weekend guests of Mrs. Joan Chitty
I Approximately 50 guests called were her son. Randy Chitty. Robert
between the hours 7:30: and 9:30: p.m. McNeal of Cape Canaveral and Jim
NermrilMl Andress of Cape Cod. Mass., all of
whom are Juniors at the University of

.,,,, ;{< ,'o"? j South Florida In Tampa.Mrs. .

}' : Jennifer Jockel was on the Dean's A.J. Eaves and Mrs Henry
.ft1i .nl .I..........,. list at UP' In the winter quarter with a Godwin visited Mrs.Delores Woolfe in
... 4.0 average. Mandarin last Thursday.Mr. .

: .,' .'and Mrs. Maurice Peterson of
Sir INN.. ",' v flff7JVEN1URE' Silver Springs, Md. visited his
I brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and
$IfO U.CaIt I See Chief Kelly US Navy Recruiting Mrs Larry Gibson last week. Joining
...,--- 0""'". Station Starke the family were Mr. and Mrs. Gerry
w.Mftrpw., ).*:::::.L..wP Ot_._0"a..n_.,.'..,, Monday 10 A.M. TII 2 P.M. Gibson of Merritt Island over the
fa>M<.I IM: ,u..>*:.Htma itmt Bradford Square 2/10 3/12 weekend. Gerry, who had spent ten
rI days In Peru had many pictures to
f show.

Mrs. Maxie Carter. Sr. and Mrs.
I Cecil Whitehead attended the funeralof
_. 1 an aunt. Mrs. Margaret Hudson on
r Saturday In Jacksonville.

Martell Johns of Jacksonville spent
several days last week with Mr. and
>> tremendOUS. Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. at Kingsley
Lake. .
-- rustic oak' L.C. Grice of Clio. Ala. was last

Thursday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. R.O.
Dansby.Mrs. .

one eSt bays Elizabeth Terryll of Farming.ton .

great Conn., who has been staying at
erect the Magnolia Hotel in Starke Is a
0tf patient In Alachua General Hospital.Mrs. .
ever Terryll will be remembered as
;J the sister of the late J.T. Quigley. Her
daughter, Mrs. Ruth Day of Farmington. -
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Rea 334" SAVE 55" is visiting her at the hospital and

.i2;;'- double dresser, mirror, $ 2 7 995 THE FOUR SUMS DIET staying motel In at Gainesville the Gilbert Newcomb's I

: drawer chest and panel bed, only 'Today's Weight Watchers' Programgets chua John General Crowson Hospita I. a patient In Ala-

rave notices from people
This handsome new suite. rom Florida has a look all its own. whose lives are dedicated to good eating

It's eclectic not Colonial, not Contemporary. not Ranch Why do we rate high?
but Instead a touch of each unique' Finished In so Michael and Jimmy Glssy returnedto
Because we'll show how Sacramento Calif. Monday after
you to enJoy everything
Rustic it lends itself to decor with
Oak a
from Veal Pamugiana to cheeseburgers. within limits being home for two weeks. Joining the
quality that's rare and a price that's unbelievably lowt wbile you learn to lose weight and keep it off. family over the weekend were Cindy .

Matching night stand $49's'! For great tasting meals desserts\. Cissy of FSU and Mr. and Mrs. Jodie f
of Park
even snacks, )join us today! Johnson Orange <

.Losing weight never tasted so good f

IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT i'" ''i ... '. Mr. and Mrs. James Montuoro- and

WEIGHT WATCHERSThe daughters of ,Hopklnsville Ky. were
weekend guests of her parents. Mr.
Authority.. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin. .

/ Hilda Forehand of Ga.
YOU'RE Mrs. Albany!
Is Monday to Thursday guest of .

i:' Rec. Center Myrwin Long.

Pratt Street Starke Mr.and Mrs. George Hugglns spent
---..;- Fla. Wednesday to Tuesday with Mr. and
f ---- Mrs. Oler Crosby at fort Myers.
r' 7 P.M.
434 W. Call a. t
For More Call Toll Free Mrs. W.F. Herlong of and
t/: / Sfarl 1-800-342-9155 visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moseley I
ij.1 In Fort White last Friday.


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f Honored Mrs. Carl on Mathews Birthday 11


I Shdeen gathered of Mrs. Carl
Mathews at her home : \ : '
Frlday.t 4 p'mto<*l *rate her 84th '! :'I
birthday with her. PagelI

... De1Iclowpound cake and ice cream !} '
were served to the guests.
Those assisting were Mrs. J.H. :
DuPre. Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr.. Mrs
Leola Roberts and Mrs. W.B. Mundy. b.1

Eastern Star you are everywhere. : a.m. Installation of new ,
twelve years ago 'would not have Opium comes from Turkey.. Opium |jn this it highly resemblesa officers will be made and that will be :
Supper April 22 I talked to them at such a young age. morphine, heroin and cocaine are form counFlorida palm. Cocaine requires the last meeting until September.
However in our culture today, the very dangerous hablt-forming drugs. more work than any. Some ,
Starke Chapter, No. 224 Order of ..in'a> J children know more about drugs than Morphine has a street! value of $5.000. local people have been guilty of "
the Eastern Star, will have a covered the parents do. He says It la very important Almost all of these drugs come to us brewing mushrooms (or toadstools)
dish supper, Saturday. April 22, at 7 that all be' from foreign countries. Morphine and have become very ill Some I
p.m.Al,In the Masonic Hall. hazards of drug abuse befoorehtthey started out as such an addictive and beginners start their habit by J I
Masons and their families are Chltty'' reach their teens dangerous drug that It was feared that sniffing on a tube of glum a paper 1
Invited to attend.Hospital. It was explained that medicinal man would die before he could "kick bal(. s
Sandra Chitty drugs, used as Intended, has helped the habit." Then tho person was put A.11411
people for many years with their on heroine so that he could break His After 91e
Mr. Denton's talk he took
health problems. Some of the most morphine addiction. j ,\
Auxiliary on Swimming Team However
members to a table where all kinds of
heroine became '
Important drugs derived from plants very addictive too so
To Meet 24 Sandra Louise Chltty. 1 IS year old are digitalis, quinine, opium, morphine he had another problem. Opium Is homemade syringes and other weird r,
April daughter of Mrs. Joan Chitty and the cocaine and caffeine. The made from the dried juice of the "
late Randal F. Chitty. is one of the medicinal use wad discovered by opium poppy. Methodane comes from .
Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary swimming team for the Florida D. & accident. In very early days primitive France and the asking price on the
will hold a covered dish supper B. School in St. Augustine, chosen to man used plants for food and In street Is 5000. The sale of hallucinogenic -
meeting and Installation of officers on represent Florida at the National connection with religious festivals. He drugs such as LSD and "acid"( In "
Monday. April; 24, at 7 p.m., In the Swim Meet for visually handicapped found that some produced definite largely decreasing now. These were ,.
Methodist Fellowship Hall. students to be held in Kentucky, April reactions In his body. developed in the U.S.A. but are on the I Ii.
Hostesses will be Mrs. EmmaRene 21 through 23. Mr. Denton told of several young foreign market now America Is our w
Weaver Mrs. Gladys Weldon Mrs. This la Sandra's third year at the men who died In Bradford County main source for marljauna. Cocaine I I
Maxie Carter, Sr., Mrs. Erma Faber Florida School for blind or' visually while on drugs. Two drowned while comes from Bolivia Peru and the ; I II i.
and Mrs Evelyn Henry. handicapped students, and her first under the Influence of drugs and one Andes' Mountain region of South ./'
year on ,Ole swimming.team r ."eiiri I

A.O.R.N. Meeting Reception Set For Tom Rivers At Green Cove II

Held April 17 h
A reception this Saturday night In The reception will be held at the directors of the state organization's I
Green Cove Springs will formally V.I.A. in Green Cove Springs political action committee. lie Is a Charley ''''I'It7h1"
The Gainesville Area Chapter kick-off the campaign of Tom Rivers Saturday, April 22, from 8 p.m. to 10 past chairman and current vice chair. r
Association of Operating Room for State Representative, District 25. man of the Northeast Florida Unlserv
Nurses held their monthly meeting District 25 Is comprised of Clay pm.Rivers attended Clay County public Coordinating Council. E. 'V" .
Monday. April 17. at 7 p.m. at the Bradford;and the northern portion of schools, St Johns Rivet Junior Rivers and his two daughters reside "t'1\ 1 111I }
Marlon Community Hospital Class St. Johns County. Green Cove Springs College, and the University of in South Ponte Vedra north of St. -
Room. Ocala. was chosen as the site for the kickoff Florida. Rivers has taught school in Augustine where Rivers serves as Johns I
The program Included two topics: reception for two reasons. It Is the Clay and St. Johns Counties for ten Director of Music. .
Intra ocular lens and the new hometown of Rivers and I.'centrally' years. For the past six years be has ;!K. \
computer on measuring axial length( located to the voters of the three been a committeeman on the St. The purpose of the Saturday recep About This Question: 1"iN \ .
for inlra ocular lens and Quality counties. Johns County Democratic Executive lion Is lo give the citizens of the three I I
Assurance and F.D.A. Standards. Committee representing precinct counties in District 25 an opportunity In 7/
The Increase
Members and registered nurses The Rivers Campaign Committee number 8.Rivers to meet Rivers In a friendly, social rapid ) J'1 ;
associated with the operating room invites citizens Interested in quality Is a past president of the St. atmosphere. Several of his positionson robbery and theft f
attended. government to meet and talk with Johns Education Association and current Issues will be released makes me worried f
Tom a true citizens' advocate. currently serves on the board of Saturday evening. about my stamp and r.

HOUSEHOLD HOTLINE coin collection. My 7 1
Peralonad Homeowner Policydoesn't I I ; fn. N

usually under 8 months of age is ANSWER: With age. stains and begin to cover i'y: '
by MARY 8. YEARTA very tender and hat a soft, smooth- discolorations may develop on the values. Can the ..9./y
Miss Linda Godwin, 25. of Chagrin Your County Extension ,
textured skin. H may, be expensive. aluminum utensils. These can be removed Charley E. Johns
Falls Ohio. grand-daughter of Mrs. Home Economical Agent ,41hLilies
by boiling a solution of 2-3 ,
'all risk rtl
Bertha Pearce and Mrs. Eve Godwinof Agency supply
QUESTION: How do I remove tablespoons lemon juice vinegar or
Starke will appear on the Hollywood QUESTION How can I clean paint stains from my aluminum pans? cream of tartar to a quart of water In Insurance to cover the
Squares TV program Friday brushes so I may use them over (Mrs. L.F.) the utensil for 5.10 minutes. Then full value of these rare I
night. Miss Godwin Is visiting friends again? (Mrs. L.T.) scour, rinse and dry. stamps and coins?" .'
j and relatives in California for a ANSWER Avoid letting paint Vandalism Draws .
Haa Lovely I
month. harden : on Implements. \
round QUESTION: How do I remove
Use a stick to scrape off Lingerie For
Off Limit wine or soft drink stains from
Mr. and Mrs. V.J. Spengler and Mr. excess paint onto newspapers.For oil- SignsAt .tablecloth? (Mrs. S.N) my E. Your Lovely LadyiMltHKIUIID ,
Jockel clean In brush cleaner or Charley
and Mrs. Richard were In based paint ANSWER: Treat the stains on ,
Orlando Friday to Sunday and mineral spirits. Then wash brushes or Hampton Ele. tablecloths before regular laundering. .
attended "My Fair Lady" dlMerthl'utl'l" rollers in detergent or soap suds. JOHNS AGENCY "
Rinse and presa out excess moisture Concerned with repeated acts of Soak the item In an enzyme pre-souk t
is used, wash vandalism at Hampton Elementary product or oxygen bleach with the
If latex paint simply WALNUT ST.
hottest water safe for the fabric. Then 131 S.
'Mrs. HP. McLendon is visitingrelatives tools In sudsy water. Work bristles the Bradford County School board II AM 53OPM132EaMCalBlrMt
launder usual. If the stain remains
approved Monday, April 17, a
North thumb and forefinger to requestby
In and between
Tennesqee 964-5070
washing, launder again, using 'PHONE \| Slvk \
> > the,heel of crush. principal Connie Clark placing t
Carolina forth' weeks. hoax paint from a ,. < .
Jo. \
bleach. If safe for the fabric. ft; .
Sudy the nap of a roller with both signs on J school groupda.putting j Itec!; ...- rr "- e r .-* ., f. ... .J .... ,
'Mr. and Mrs Frank Toth and son. hands'',' Rinse Comb brush bristles the property off UmiU.lli>etWeenljhe{ j :l! t y
I"'rank Toth. Jr. of Milwaukee. Mich., with metal comb prevent matting. hours of 7 p.m. and 7 a.m. j, :
were Saturday visitors of Mr. and Hang brushes by the handles; place Viewed by the school board as not *I iij t ti
.Mrs. Titus Olson. rollers on pegs or upright to dry. the total answer members agreed to ,
When completely dry,.wrap.In foil to try this method and instructed\ f i
them dust-free. superintendent Tom Casey to investigate J
Mrs. Hazel Paulk and Mrs. Gladys keep
the possibility of a family living ion i
Kdwurds attended the Blessing of the
QUESTION I have a recipe that the 10-acre campus !
in Sunday
.Fleet Mayport afternoon
calls for, one '. How does It Clark said the school had been
Glen' Reddish son of Mrs. P.D. differ from a chicken? (Mrs. N.S') broken into on several different 1 i
ANSWER It Is a male chicken occasions and the last break-in loss .
Reddish and the late Sheriff Reddish. : j
'Is .Monsanto plant engineer at that has been surgically unsexed. It Is was about 13,000. He said the signs *. .

Fayetteville\ In. NC.Pensacola Reddish in joinedMo'nsanto 1975 would enforce help an the off sheriffs limits campus department and : ._.,1 _: 2163 N. 964-7011 ..f, .

arrests could be made for' trespassing '
following assignments in the Temple Ave. open s.6
Southeast for the company's "PlymOlltK DodgeTruclfs
corporate 'engineer department. He 2>;/JoJ/ (..,., CHRYSLER

him a BS degree in Construction FLORIDA Starke Fla.Your. Mon Sat.
Engineering: from the University of Local admittances to Bradford ,
Florida. Mr and !Mrs. Reddish and County Hospital this week include:
family transferred from Pensacola to Mrs Mae Combs, Vincent Lewis- THEATRECall
Ka>:cltcville In January 1978. Mrs Grace Daych. Arl Rhoden and a. Walnut

,Mrs. Virginia Taylor from Starke; ___ $1D.r99 1;15481____ w.h.wr..uw. Gene Ivey.Jr. of Eugene. Ore. who George Wilkes Mrs. Emma Rohlin
hall been on a business trip to and Mrs. Carolyn Kay from Keystone 3 Days Only r
Wilmington. Dela.. was Saturday Heights: Willie Raulerson and Mrs.
Show TimesFri.
luncheon: guest of !Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Betty Parrish'' from Raiford; David Authorized i
Crawford. Carson Grlffis. Jessie Only
lardy 7:00.9:20Sat. : : .
Smart and Mrs Ola Redding from .
& Sun.4:00,8:20,8:40: :
; Mrs: Thomas Madden of Waverly. Lawtey; Mrs. Mary Shaughnessy : Chrysler-Plymouth & Dodge Truck
Tenn., is staying with her grandchildren from Melrose; Billy Helsabeck from e
the Richard Little family Kingsley Lake; and Mrs. Marjorie
this week, while Mr. and Mrs. Little Harris from Hampton. Q Service Center In Bradford County.
are In Chicago 111., on business.

Mrs John W. Griffin and Miss t3.H' .
Lillian Stump and nephews. Bill and r We Have The Largest I
Brad Hamilton spent Sunday visiting 4
Mrs. VY.H. Thomson in Monticello.
Brad remained with his grandmother. Selection II
!Mrs. Thomson. for a week. i

Mr. and Mrs. Lindley Cellon of Ala- Of I
chua were Saturday night dinner -
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul G.:Brown Cars iTrucksAround ,
and Mr, and Mrs. Frank Palmer at Tr. '
the home of the latter at Kingsley 1r 1J
Lake. To SelectIf
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!Mrs. J.H. Fields visited her sister
!Mrs. Emma Tanner. In Baldwin From
Thursday to Wednesday. LargestSelection
'Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Hazen and len WIN TlCHNICcx.O"O..w .........._. r rJ 8'.a L7 :
.. Mrs. Mary Lee Silvernail of Ocala We Don'tHave QQ
were Sunday visitors. of Mr. and Mrs. of ._ :
M.F. Hazen. 301 DRIVE IN S

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tfetHTORlALS\ The, Ccise of The 'P r"1\ 1

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'. > (The path of romance seldom runs. Here is the story as told in the 1021l ant
I smooth but one path to the altar was l paper: r:.r'1t."n'd decided it was' INn the August 26, 1921 .issue of The

'" Interests particularly rough according to asocial" .takes Ian TIIt\\ 'Tdepap'rt"POJ'tet' Telegraph ,!< J
Gambling '' item In the November 13, The other day while torn boys in thtn snobodyUe "'"I
cares anything about According to our country cor1'
The with
: 19M. issue of Telegraph. were playing marbles near the
of the boys brought his find to this Despondence, a large portion of the "1'/'
Y. depot, digging a In the
ground, '
Seek Voter at home half ;
Signatures The Prospective bridegroom not they scratched up what they thought office.: people are working only i
only imbibed so freely on a train trip the time spending the other half |'
was a heavy rock They cleaned it off "The ooject was cleaned off and "".
and for Sam
from Tampa to Starke that he visiting pleasure
found be ball
was to about two
completely forgot ,(to appear at the familiea seem compelled to go orylb
The. gambling interests of consumer goods by driving out ceremony, but he later disappeared In Their Inches in diameter. It was thickly visits Just to keep visitors frowf' (1' ;';
Florida have launched legitimate competition" covered with verdigris and could not coming to them and eating them out o4"'! im
their siren and It Is not reported whether he ever therefore be Iron. it revealedthat J

song to the voters of Florida witha turned up again or not. Sunday Best It .to of lead Filing, not cast but house and home. A few never work af."IIb-I'' ";1 8
all, apparently, and It 'Is puzzling hoWl
mail-out to If the gambling Interests are hammered
tolerable round.
all It
promising cure weighs ''N
The story follows, a. reported in they are able to pay for gasoline and
the state's ills with casino successful in obtaining the The Telegraph: two pounds and two ounces and can be railway fares. Better stay at home !

gambling operations on "the Gold necessary 256,000 signatures on seen at this office. and work and let our correspondents':;I

Coast of South Florida. their petitions, Florida voters L.L. Johns. of Tampa, arrived In "The ball may be from the time of mention the Improvements you make"'."'I

will be bombarded this summer Starke early Wednesday morning for the Spaniards were masters of l Instead of your Joy rides." ,....,
of the mail-out of the purpose of procuring a license to Florida. Several years ago a human
with a media blitz backed by unlimited I f.'J
Bradford County girl,
wed a COFFINS ,
skull was found at the same place and UNEARTHED ,
course is an attempt to secure to r.1 '
financing, persuade
after having been kept In this office AT SCHOOL SITE
the 255,653 signatures of re- them that casino gambling is as Besides his clothes, ,lit carried a'JoWe for some time, was given to Dr. A.H. While excavating the ceu ocC, TJ2J
gistered voters that are harmless as a game of tiddly- of liquor in his suitcase, whichne 1 f Freeman.'In IBM. while Clark Streetwas south of the new StarkelChlM4 '
necessary to get the proposed winks. No mention will be made sampled frequently. As a result of t being worked, the remain of a building some colored laborer u u(b
he went to in the
_.t flint lock unearthed five rude board
pistol were unearthed. Collinsxi"
amendment on the November however of a recent four-month
at the and
waiting room forgot
Perhaps in Thursday morning All the evldenc
bygone times
the ;
General Election ballot. r 'r afi
investigation by the New York all about his wedding plans. Spaniards had a battle with Indiana
that remained to show that the coffin4! : ono
Times, revealing that organized where Starke now stands. .
In its very persuasive mail-out, crime chieftans met months Chief of Police Silas Kite found hint had ever contained bodies were a few". sip)
an organization calling itself ago and took him to the county jail to TOO MUCH VISITING. small pieces of cloth and a few wisps'( *
in Acapulco. Mexico and targeted sober up. Later on he explained EDITOR THINKS of human hair.Old inhabitants say (uty'present *'''
Florida with head-
Help Miami Beach and Atlantic City as matters and was released lie then Editors were brave in the old days site of the school house wall ui. (1
quarters in Miami Beach, prime sites where casino obtained the license. and boarded the and one even went so far as to scolahis used at one time for a burial ground.' III?

promises: gambling should be introduced. 11 o'clock train but changed his mind subscribers: for too much Idle but was abandoned many )years 111'1
and stepped off. Towards evening he 'visiting and waste of time This from go.-(June 26, 1914)), / .,
-$124,000.000 "pumped into started afoot for Hampton, but fell by ,"[ t.. ; .,...JtJ
the state's economy when casinosare Also adding his voice to the the wayside south of town. '''>

is specified in operation", but presumably(no time period this opposition r"nvor I lit r.of who is Miami'former declares Beach two-term, that Jay special The engineer Thursday on reported the early that morning he had ::1 I' ." LETTERS TO THE EDITOTL.inn'| ;)1

means annually.) seen a dead man lying near the track.A .
iu: -. i.m,, would mean more and search was made, but Johns had ,, ,' ,

-New state money to assist stronger underworld influence in evidently come to life again and could ''ii>,' .'! !, Another Side.of Hampton Waterissue '.7T:;,

our local school: system, with each the Gold Coast area"There is no not be found ".,. '.',;:. ," : ,,.. .
county getting its share of the way you can have casino (Editor's note Wonder If the bride ,'",- ,.. ; ... \ oUC'iM
$56'million earmarked for gambling without the infiltrationof was waiting at the church all that ''wI' : I i Dear! Sir: brought their anger\ the fore, and-'Jr'''';)

education. organized crime," he says. time?) Re: Ms.Worrell's April 13 article on saw no shuffling out even by the jjn,
eldest citizen. There were two elderly ,
,' .
"Skimming from casino the Hampton water Issue.
ladies I say they'd sure like toy
-New slate money to boost gambling is one of the largest : AT DEPOT This was an Interesting article, and punch some of the council members !Inns mu.bl&

law enforcement, with each sources of revenue supporting Another interesting Item appearedin more unbiased than has usually been the nose! ,',' n
county getting a share of the organized crime It's poured right the February 18, 1921, Telegraph printed about Hampton's problems in much"1now
Sfti; million earmarked for law back into the community through 1 telling of the discovery of a skull and local papers. Hopefully, it Is becausetwo might not seem to matter
but it. can get mighty tedious
sides are coming forward en-
the remains of
enforcement apparent ancient
pornography, loansharking and
'Ighten more people. 'Iving In a small town where a major)ft*
v inoim: : near the old railroad depot.
most of all public corruptionto .. ,ty of citizens feel they've been
New jobs throughout the a degree second to none" Th. disco to.!bpecu'uW!v
state, estimated at a potential of times the Spaniards may have bygone battledthe necessary, he would find avery "I know what you need and your

89.000, in the construction/ The 'current campaign to Indians !at this location. Interesting story and pattern going to get It whether you like It or
back several this for It!
dating years on not and moreover pay I""I"
trades, hotel and related services secure petition signatures is only same question of Hampton water. The know some who were for the system, ?
and retail sales efforts. the beginning of the fight and story goes back some five years ago but have come to wonder what U (."

refusal to sign such petitions is County Agents when the water system was for sale. 11 behind the scenes that causes thf'lbu..I

All of which sounds very the easiest for Florida votersto ;, was offered to the city at that time council to be afraid to let the P opl< sow'
way 'r --- Arthur Bruno bought it with! assurance vote on this question. After aa. Iflf
enticing/ no doubt, to hard defeat casino gambling. The NotebookBy ?"It
down what do
from the then governing body were voted the city ;
pressed: Florida taxpayers; to the bait has been offered bait in : ___ __ -_ _, (one of whom was an uncle of mine) officials have to lose that the whole'' '"'"

owners of slumping Miami Beach the form of glowing promises of : that the city would stand to help in any city won't lose? That's what much. ,of", *.,.""

hotels, who see casino gamblingas more jobs and more money for way with the water system. But things the speculation is about. .
a to lure customers back schools and law enforcement. Butif Bobby Taylor changed with a different council and
way feel there was a personality venture to say that since Mf?"""'
into the: area; and to others who Florida voters swallow the bait Phone 94-8280 Extension 209 MSa many conflict between Bruno and some Curtis voiced his appeal to let thl!!"I" I

air ready to listen to any get. they may find to their regret, council members.At people vote on the issue that he has' 'WlTl

rich'<|uick scheme. the bitter pill of organized crime been made'more aware of this. ''f' '

under the sugar-coating of This Is the time of year when I get any rate,when Bruno asked for a heard many say after the council'.''4')
numerous! calls. from gardeners about rate increase to repair the system. meeting that it restored their respect'
Hut in of the
spite glowing benefits.
propaganda for integrity of at least council dig': "
problems and pests on their This was reported in your paper, it la one ::;
bring distributed by the vegetables. One of the most common reliably reported by a council: member member. I know of many who made It' 'ts"J:: '
gambling/ interests, there are problems Is wilt on tomatoes. that Bruno asked for city assurance a point to tell him they appreciated his'1 J
those who believe casinos may Is ,TheFinallytTurnina Worm Unfortunately this problem cannot be that if he updated the system he consideration of their feelings in the

well create more problems for corrected after it has attacked the would be treated fairly, ana was re- matter. Although other council
telT.: 'fused. It rocked on. and the DEH and members and city lfficiabtatiphbbsIl\ |
tomato { ,
Florida than they solve. /a' ?* '' thai cure Ian uJp I' with him for "
"wrdener called in. Someone angry "chickening out
., ,;? << f ,he spS.M were got a
for affected plants.: petition to start condemnation pro- I'm sure he feels much better about .
The present pro-casino campaign There is increasing evidence ceedings. I feel that many who signed himself doing what Is right, and not( :4

now being launched, is the this petition did not realize the extent having virtually the entire town angry 9R1.
that the public is reaching the The best with him. He might have stood alone :"'*
of the skilled way to prevent wilt what they were doing. I know that I
product professional .- breaking point as to how far it (fusarium and bacterial) Is to grow lid not, for one. for the people on the council but he ,C'A!
I propagandists who persuaded can be pushed without retaliations resistant varieties and-or fumigatethe doesn't stand alone In the town! ",I" !

I New Jersey voters to soil before transplanting.:: Evert.. I did not know the whole picture
then either. That is wh would ask the And two or three keep talking about r-,
legalize casino gambling a couple... some plants may develop the What the well-dressed young people iYori
disease lady about whom Worrell wroteIn laxity of citizens in attending counciKf fT
were In the World
Backed millions wearing
of War I
years ago. by The attitude of"this muchI era If citizens trust their
I new is illustrated by these two the above mentioned article the meetings city
of dollars, from undisclosed will take, and no more" is in- Other common problems are from old photo albums.At snapshots one who was talking about a health government they won't be attending
( sources the "Let's Help Florida" creasingly evident in letters to insects, and diseases like early and hazard in using Hampton water to meetings all the time,looking over therhrP

f organization plans a media the editor of late blights, leaf spots and sometimes top D.P. (Powell Carpenter become fully informed. She has just Council shoulder, trying to
saturation campaign, includingthe petitions protest to viruses. Leaf spots and blights can be models the latest in men's fashions on moved Into the vicinity of Hampton. mine if there's something under
governing bodies, appeals to controlled with a regular spray or top of a Kingsley Lake. dock. In Although using city water she does handed going on. They shouldn't have i ,.
use of billboards, magazine, boards: of adjustment, and even dusting program using Zineb, Maneb contrast to the Informal blue jeans not live within the city limits. to, and I don't believe the Counclf,'', *,,;.,

and newspaper advertising, radio suits in a court of law. Captan or copper. and tank tops worn on lake outings would appreciate it if they did, In fact; ; ....',
and TV commercials, and direct today the young druggist employedfor 1, myself had just moved down here I believe every member would agree "
mail to persuade Florida voters Insects such as hornworms, fruit- many years at Mitchell's Drug when I signed the petition for con- that if at each meeting IOmeontlhI.; no A
that casino gambling is the magic As examples of this new spiritof worms aphids. stinkbugs, loopers, Store, Is wearing a high, celluloid demnation, and I made the mistake of :ame. haggling and debating the '1MII.'rt!! !
fiestiness on the part of JohnQ. mill cutworms can be controlled witha collar and white tie, pinch-waist coat being stampeded Into something did would never get anythmS ,
cure-all for all our ills. Public, we see a taxpayer general purpose insecticide appliedat and vest, and peg-topped trousers, not fully understand. From what I iccomplished. And I believe that'1'.101/'?n, //

challenging state water 7-d.iy intervals. The spray or dust high laced shoes, and homburg hat. have learned since I would inform everyone would agree that when- '
But former State Senator Bob ment districts on the grounds of- .should contain either Malathion or Fancy trying to relax in that outfit! this lady that even as Hampton water something is important as thl ];'vsu 2;
Graham, now a candidate for dia/inon. plus melhoxycholor TDE, stands now, I would put it up beside question especially if some feel
"taxation without representation Seven Apply the Insecticide almost water their interest be .
after a In lower photo. Miss Jeannette any municipal supply might not served -I'b' ,.
Governor and a resident of the ;" DER (Department of rain or overhead irrigation. anywhere in the nation, as far as people should come for appeal or dian..isi
Matthews (later Mrs. Marcus Brown /
area that casino gambling is purity Certainly this Is true in cussion. The
Environmental Regulation) and Clyde Chancy on the back goes. previous meeting when,,
supposed to benefit most, says he taking note of letters Other questions include Harden platform of "Peggy"pose on a Sunday areas of low water table, lakes and the people petitioned the Council for a?','qt11 ii;"
Irrigation In Irrigating the garden it land reservoirs. The water vole, and
was orderly 1
is unalterably opposed to casino afternoon Her white survey very !
from several outing. "
Bradford County is Bd\'Isable to thoroughly wet the soil organdy, shows water In the well "of excellent all. there were 159 signatures tthougBiitnsome ;
in Florida and will if dress Is worn with a large : (
gambling citizens "picture "
protesting the continued nine II'k unless sufficient rainfalls hat and white quality something that cannot be weren't turned in), and someniif
elected Governor, campaign pollution of New River for rather than to apply several wears a "pumps'doublebreastedcoat Mr. said for municipal water In so many who said later they would haVtu '01011

throughout the state to make another two years; and four or light xprinklings. A growing gardenwill Chancey, wide-cuffed trousers, high heel areas where poorer quality water is signed but no one brought the petition) ( ,'

sure the issue is defeated if more suits filed against the Clay rttinre| one inch of water per : shoes and bow tie. A straw hat in one permissable because of the impossibi to them. .\.tital'
week IInd)when the .
plants are large as lity of getting anything else. This Is
placed on the ballot. County Zoning Board and County much as two inches may be required. hand, and a cigar in the" other the sole reason for compulsory chlorination Then too, It is still being reported ,

Commission for recent decisionsin Place shallow cans In your garden to', complete his "Sunday best. of all lystems. Chlorine itself, that the loan Is for I350.000.lt has now ,,1.11'1

The outspoken Graham sees zoning disputes. determine how much water is being has been termed a "health hazard'* gone up to 564000. And aside from} C'"i,

casino gambling as "a chance for applkd.Watcrbhould, since It has been linked by some researchers the grant that was asked for with the> "
the organized crime elements (!l' Urn(! JWJlrlr to bladder cancer. In fact I loan others have been applied for and; ,I'_?..
many This is all the '*
to and
good we are "hoped for. But applying for,.,
never be applied at a prefer Hampton water toStarke' tol'.1
to gain a further footholdin hope the time never when urn them and getting them are two.,
comes rate faster than It can be absorbed by: supply, both in taste and "f)'!)(
our beautiful stat He the public is too apathetic to protest the noil. If the sprinkler applies too smell. different things. I don't feel that we,1Qjml,

charges that organized crime elements or feels that "it won't do any much water t it only runs-off and I Is By William S. Haas have a chance (as one council" ,".,,(
have already invaded being wasted. Ms. Worrell correctly reported that member told me) of) getting the whole
good. When you think you justcan't. Service Officer, many people feared losing their thing. for nothing all on grant.
Florida and "have taken -
over take any more, get up on ,\\'old extremes in water. Light freiient -*. property if they cannot pay'for the ")'JA"
through slick and devious your hind legs and howl. Some <| unit-rings are inefficient and new system; and while it might seem One reporter has likened Hampton"1'' !

deals..through murder and one, some where just might be produce: shallow root systems Excessive -' During the spring and summer ridiculous to some for anyone to and Lawtey, although there can really- ,TIC
i mayhem..driving prices up for listening. irrigation which keeps the months many Florida National believe this,still Hampton has a good be no comparison. Lawley obtained a'" 1If,1I
root ront saturated with water is also Guardsmen and Armed Forces example of someone whose propertywas loan of $420,000 for Its system and got"/Gd ,>I"a
harmful to the plants. Roots need air Reservists fulfill part of their military confiscated "for the good of the $100,000 grant. While Lawtey Is cer'; >I"."*

f. ,to function and too much water kills err obligations. with required annual people." That was the former owner Uinly In a better position revenueirD' :
greatly I: decreases root growth. periods of active duty. The Veterans' of the water system who lost It and wise to pay the loan, Hampton has' '**'*

i I "ll Administration: reminds. them that wasn't paid anything for his 11,000 borrowed $100,000 more being'1 ':! II
iI 'lime to water Is also important. they may be entitled to certain investment. So is It any wonder that smaller in population situated as it Is'"""
I 1: During dry periods It may be Veterans Administration (VA)' many people came to see that if it with no industries, and only one store
I : j necessary water during the heat of benefits should they become disabledby could happen to one person (for whatever left. That is on area for contemplation

l t the day \\ateruillcool the grass andpre.t'nt injury or disease during their reason) it could happen to too.

,i Sundials were once used to check the accuracy of clocks damage., However when day- periods of training another? Regardless of personal And no one, but no one 'has
lime watering IS'not possible waterhoiucrcomvnient. feelings about Mr. Bruno, many mentioned to the public: that within
j people saw that this could, and indeed
Late afternoonor
The VA provides compensation forInj..ie. did four years we will have to put In.eewef a. .-
happen to Iwonder
earls morning watering which sustained during actual someone. and, of course; treat'11111*"
Mega the plants act for many hours" activities while how council members would ment pant and this will
training or travelingto include
APRf .
l h'lI" t 1'1.. feel if "for the good of the
4f normal
} BRADFORD i n can be detriment people"their
i I CQ and from various training locales. Hampton Lake
0 *!. .t.," 'twi,.net; periods encourage Claims serviceconnection property was chosen as the ideal
establishing a
plain 'er.oea e.. So water for disabilities, must be filed with location of the new water system I know that some residents of
early enough in the afternoon so that plant, or sewage plant, and was condemned
: miligrajt4BOB the VA. Hampton Lake don't want thl. Maybe
: confiscated
the plants wlltdiy out several hours or some do In order that they
O O before nightfall or late enough in the time How?That,too,has happened to other might
'No minimum. of service 'is in other develop property there. But Hampton
morning so that the plants have had required In order to receive compensation people places.In citizens don t feel like borrowing the

r1ON Q. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER' time to dry before being Irrigated.I for disabilities; resulting from 'the article. It wasn't a very.: money and thus be responsible for it '

also get call on herbicides the injuries, but to receive compensation appropriate word to say the people My feeling la that if Hampton Lake;
Publishers garden but ;suggest cultivation. The for disabilities Incurred by disease, an "snuffled" out after 'the April 11 want it, the resident there can pat in) "i

Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter primary purpose- of cultivation is to' applicant must.have been on active council meeting. Instead of the connotation their own sewer system and plant r'
weeds. duty for a period exceeding 30 days." of despair and defeat, it was and their own water system. And if Snot
at the Post Office : Weeds
at Starke. Flo. under Act of March 3, 879. are easy to
like for battle. ,what right does
Hampton have
control when they are small. Shallow more Seventy, to..J ,
Subscription rate In trade area *7 per year: M six months. cultivation,and hoeing 'is advised In 80, even near-90 year olds, angry be- go over and dictate; to them? < -ni +I"

I Outside' trade *8 Per 4M order to reduce damage to the crop '" cause they saw, values they had
area: year: Six Months-
"A helped build this on, being
m.n' country
root system. No one chemical weed o annot spend ; Jocks
Phone ge4. 305 Starke. Florida killer (herbicide-can be suggested. alt( hit, life in ';ollck." trampled. The belief In their right to: Box in 1 1st ;
vote in matter of such Importance to
for a growing garden. t+ Samuel Johnson ,.
them firmly engrained in I their rtliamptonFla
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COURTS.. from page 1 ,City .Borrows.To, ; Set Up Self Insurance.Program II

Carlisle waived motions to have In other court action at the prison y
Demos declared Indigent for an Carlisle sentenced Ronald Hollln Starke council members in when $300,000 coverage was recommendation by the insurance contractors will bid to to Insure the I
appeal and appointed Julius Williams Hansen 139,to 10 yean to run u vote Tuesday night agreed to to the city by a Clearwater committee: to award Insurance availability of funds for the project
for the appeal process.In live with current sentences the 79 percent of state revenue for $10,432 annually. Warren coverage to two Starke agencies. An Council members are to meet with I
ntencing Jackson, Carlisle tempted burglary of '\ funds towards a $150,000 bank he was certain there was an annual premium of about $1X000 Morgan tonight (Thursday April aD) ,
Mid while his record only shows one armed. Hansen was ono parole' hen. he be used for current operating on the low bid and the rating Including fire and auto liability went at 5:30: p.m. I'
offense Jackson's conduct: while In broke Into the office of Dr. J.E. and to set up a general ( ,. He added the self Insur to George Roberta Insurance Agency. In other business the council heard
prison')).bad not been exemplary and 8 Denmark September I, 11m. Carlisle !insurance plan for the city. ... added protection la a cata- Workman' Compensation coverage: from Starke police chief Jimmy "
being was dead. Carlisle said Hansen showed no regard for Starke In recent years has situation at the power plant went to the Gerald Brown Insurance Bowen who said he would begin working '
if I the victim should have had the other people' property and had a public liability Insurance and t would. you tell the people 01 Agency: at a premium of about$32,000. on an emergency evacuation 1"
don to serve his sentence and history of prior offenses Including a electric plant building has not tomorrow If the light plant while city hall financing remained program. Bowen said a dangerous
ut. 1953 murder charge when Hansen was nsured. An audit down tonight," said Warren hazy at the end of the meeting, bids situation Tuesday afternoon :ended
"It,1s only because of your background sentenced to a mental hospital; a 1965 recommended the city comply on Florida Power, are to opened May 3. Architect Don when a railroad car leaking oxygen ,J.
and record the court saw fit to assault to commit manslaughter anda the 1964 Bond Ordinance m. Countered Schaefer. Morgan said he expected to receive at eased through town safely. '
spare your life." Carlisle said. 1972 assault to commit murder In the council to carry adequate a Epps signed the loan forma, least five bids out of seven bid specifications a I p.m. special meeting the '
Mungin's attorney Leonard E. Lake Butler. ance on the Utility System. The broker Glenn Allen told that has been picked up. council unanimously approved the
Ireland.Jr., asked the Judge to follow The judge, and court officers re- stopped carrying that type that action cancelled any Morgan said prices should be to the city's new comprehensive plan and
the Jury recommendation before turned to Starke following the dispositions about four years ago when to borrow from a bank to city's benefit. It has been estimated toning regulations,as prepared by the 11 11At
Carlisle passed down the life of those cases for arraignment premiums reached $50,000 a the proposed new city hall. the cost without furnishings will runabout 19 member Planning Committee and
sentence.. Mungin Is serving time for and dispositions of case in the said city clerk Merrill Edwards.On lasts-lastscity .with! a St. Petersburg $220,000. The architect told the authorized Pierce to prepare the
armed robbery In Duval County. Bradford County Courthouse a motion by Joe bond firm told the council council the usual procedure before necessary ordinances for adoption.
Crux of the state's case was the seconded by Vernon Silcox the ,In the meeting Starlle could !
cart declaration of Sturgis to Trial dates were set for May 30 for: passed with the third yea from $ IO.ooo bond Issue by pledging a
officer on his way to Harry Stephen Risby for the commissioner Harold Epps. of state revenue wring Downtown Redevelopment
Shanda Hospital that Demos, Jackson aggravated battery of Jessie Brooks. ssioners Charles Schaefer and City clerk Merrill Edward
and Mungin were his murderers, and Bryan Keith Sheffield for the burglary Waters voted nay without entire sum did not have to be II
the testimony of two inmates. Ac mc. and grand larceny of Hercules Starke Attorney George Pierce addition to building city hail Is Topic, Again
cording to testimony Mungin stood In a resolution and note on, could be USed to pay off an
the doorway as a watenwrt while Jackson Thomas Brooks for for the loan.Pierce explained bank loan, buy two garbage <5
Demos and Jackson held the stabbed robbery and criminal mischief. could use$50,000 of the amount a fire truck that has already Downtown redevelopment became WilbUr Waters to work with the )t,
SturgU.: Testimony Indicated the Arthur Bruce Morris for criminal general operating fund and $200,000 could be a topic again this week when Chamber group. Hope was expressed
three men n stabbed Sturgis to death mischief. fioo.ooomust remain IIi the bank. on g city streets, businessman John Bradley cited "a that the 15-member city planning
believing him to be an informant. No James Roy Guinn, for lewd assault will pay 5.50 percent Interest Edward.. need to get some kind of direction board, the North Central Florida
other motive for the murder was un Victoria' Claudia Padgett for the payments of$20,000 for nine and Edwards told the council going" to the board of governors of Regional Planning Council, and
covered. introduction of contraband. the remaining $18,000 balance can't operate on a cash basis the Chamber of Commerce last Bradford County representatives can
Carlisle when sentencing Jackson, Bruse Plein, also for the Introduction 10th year. Money left in the bank needs a long range bond Issue Thursday. be included In the project.
said only the three Inmates fully know of contraband, and obtaining a reinvested will earn Interest. the demands of the people, A committee from the Chamber Bradley, who had approached the
what the murder was all about and. controlled substance by fraud. percent, saia Pierce. then met with the Starke city council city about downtown redevelopmentsome
when speaking In the Demps sentencing Charges against Otis Ellis were Schaefer questioned the the April 4 meeting Tuesday night with Chamber executive weeks ago took his idea to the
said what Sturgis knew was dropped after he made restitution for spending $20,000 a year for self approved a Bill Wilson as the spokesman, Chamber Governors last Thursday.
"quieted forever." Issuing a worthless check to Crown "Let's have a funeral service, or Bradley wants to have list of priori'
It was the first time In 28'years the Central Lumber. tear It down and start-over again, or ties worked up for improving the, i '
death penalty has been Imposed In Jimmy Carroll Lee and Richard Bike-A-Thon Saturday somewhere In between. ," Wilson told downtown area.
Bradford County. Three persons Eugene Starling received two years the city council.: The Half Moon Hotel on Call Street -
George Walfork. Walter McDonald probation for the burglary and grand "We need to organize a committee, was cited. a dangerous and a health P
and L.D. Robinson, were sentenced to larceny of Mr. and Mrs. Richard In Battle Against Cystic FibrosisBetween what In a basket t shake up, and see hazard at the city council meeting i,
death by a Bradford County Jury In Tlllman. comes out. Tuesday night. "
December 1950 for the murder ofStarke" A May 30 trail was also'set for Council Chairman Harold Epps No meeting date was set Tuesday '<'
Edward Tucker and Lester 125 and 150 bike riders are Sponsor sheets are available at the
Joseph :
grocer Dave Silcox. Sllcoxoperated assigned/ councilmen Joe Warren and night to continue the effort.
small Wayne Ruis for throwing missels Into to in the first Starke Police Department between 8
a store Fibrosis
grocery on buildings. annual Cystic Blke-A-Thon to a.m. to'4 p.m. through Friday. People

Browijjee,Street. be held this Saturday, April 22, beginning picking up sponsor sheets may also O'Rourke Heads FBI At New fax Location .. ; I ::1 I IThe
49 Donate Blood at 10 a.m. from Bradford County receive a shirt Iron-an for the Bike-A- :.t ,
more 1AMPTON. HoBpital. Thon. Each rider who collects pledges
.. FBI has D.C., prior to his assignment to Jack
Bikers will gather at the hospital at of $25 or more will receive a Cystic recently moved Its
from Here Tuesday 9:30: a.m. for the 20-mile round trip. Fibrosis T-shirt. Jacksonville office and at the same sonv lie. He Is a specialist In white-
1 Riders will ride 10 miles out SR-230 to The ride will go rain or shine said time acquired two new Agents in collar crime matters and a Certified
.. page Forty-nine people donated blood the Camp Blanding area and then return Bowen. He advised riders to dress for Charge.The Public Accountant licensed by the I
Tuesday In Starke as the Clvltan to the starting point. the weather and bring plenty of suntan FBI office, which covers State of Pennsylvania. Hughes will
"We want to settle It once and for Central and North Florida well head white collar crime investigations -
Regional Blood Bank van was here on Bike-A-Thon coordinator Starke lotion for protection from. the as as up
all." said Councilman Donald Helle its bi-monthly visit. Police Chief Jimmy Bowen said a sun's rays. the Panhandle Is now located at 7820 in addition to his Assistant
"I don't want to leave it for future police car will escort riders along The ride, being coordinated by Arlington Expressway Jacksonville, Special Agent In Charge duties. -
council members. The user cost the route and the ride will be well Bowen and Mrs. Maurice Williams, Florida, zip 32211 telephone. number O'Rourke and Hughes said "The
wouldn't be any different (for m It was a record day for StarlEt supervised. A nurse will be availableand will benefit Cystic Fibrosis, an 9047211211. doors to our offices are always open to
different water plan) and I'm sure donors. Ten prospective donors were a truck will be able to pick up Inherited, incurable disease affecting John W. O'Rourke the new Special each and every individual/. .. I
they' (FmHA) Just adjust (the loan turned down, and another dozen failed riders and bikes that are unable to the lungs and digestive system. The Agent In Charge said "We.want to:
accordingly." to keep appointments made with the complete the route Bowen added. life expectancy for patients with CF insure everyone Is aware of our new
The meeting was disrupted once Chamber of Commerce, the sponsoring Gatorland CB Club will be assisting has Increased since the CF Founda- address and telephone number In the ,
again as two residents began heated organization here. the bikers and every two miles there tion was established In 1955, said event a need arises to contact us,"'
argument and ran from the room. will be a checkpoint.. Bowen. O'Rourke was transferred to'
At teethe: disturbance was settled, the ""That's a good day for anywhere, Jacksonville from FBI Headquartersat ,
meeting continued."I anytime," said the attendant of the 49 Washington, D.C., where he served
don't feel like flghtln', I feel like pints donated as be drew blood from Mosquito Spraying Rescheduled as Deputy Assistant Director of the
cryln'ff: one woman said. one donor. Planning/ and Inspection Division of
The ouncil will meet again Monday I the FBI. s
night M discuss the water system,and After 5 Today or' "Tomorrow Thomas A. Hughes is the new Y
again.Tuesday night to finalize plans p.m. Assistant Special: Agent In Charge of I
for that;HUD grant. the FBI Jacksonville, office He
Spraying for mosquitoes by the A sprayings costs approximately replaces Kenneth P. Walton who was
I county Mosquito Control Unit Is tentatively $800. Ten more sprayings are planned. promoted to Inspector and transferred .J
rescheduled for late today for the y' ar. to FBI Headquarters.'O'Rourke' .
Hamptons, Council! tO" MeetApril 124,... r .-*
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",Juul..11..b.d:>'. Lit flint nJl"" {IMIFt .. to... .........uwa.._.a oJ.hyua,. srr., 4 \\JThursday; April ..,.20))!. -ors Friday.,"<.+1.. DlaWfthV'M Ishew.! chemical..I. rePlaced ; Arthur P)', % t
I tt'riiWf; ; ; ,l'm;- I'fqrl .,,; m'., ....:.: .il"N-; ; ; ;;.:'::' ,:;;. .:; .\.weather conditions: permitting Heretofore Malatnlon has been used Nehrbass, who was promoted and ,,' .
Hampton, council members will Engineers have been working with First scheduled for last Friday, the O' 4eal feels the mosquitoes locally. transferred to head the FBI office at .': "
meet Monday, April 24, at 7:30: p.m. Hampton and the .Farmers Home spraying was called off when 25 miles-* .have developed resistance to Mala- Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. ,. 1/, i'. i '
with $verdrup: and Parcel engineer Administration for a grant that would per-hour winds sprung up. Winds needto Ihion and so $he has switched Hughes served as a supervisor at 'I'
Alan T poont for further discussion provide SO percent of the project cost be under 15 MPH and preferably chemicals. FBI Headquarters In Washington.( John W. O'Rourke.
about a new water system. estimated at $350,000. less than 10 MPH. The, new ULV spraying machine .
The spraying will be done late in the delivers a fine mist as opposed to a Y
afternoon after 9 O'Neal 1
Sen.: Stone Uses Chairmanship The aerial spraying p.m. will be done spray The Spraying says won't be carried out If Dr, Lounette Richardson, U.S., p C :

from a helicopter flying at approxi- winds are higher than 15 miles per Announces The Opening Of ,
mately 300 feet and easily visible hour. High wind makes it difficult to Keystone
i.To Chiropractic
according to County Sanitarian hit the target area.If the wind is blowing Office j
Address Fn.Ag. Concerns Darrell O'Neal. A new chemical; the helicopter must fly to one sideof At SR-21 North t r.
Dlabrom 14, will be sprayed from a the target to hit the right place Keystone Shops Suite '":'
new Ultra Low Volume (ULV) O'Neal says, and many persons than
Thl41 month U.S. Sen. Richard Commerce and State Departments machine which sprays a fine mist.It don't see the helicopter and don't Phone 473-3604
Stone,* newly-appointed chairman of the Environmental Protection Is recommended that residentsnot believe the area has been sprayed. Hours 9 a.m. 1 p.m. ami J p.m tip.m. '
the Senate Agriculture Subcommittee and the Special Trade look directly up at the mist. The Expenditures for mosquito control
Agency, .
Ar,,,,. Tues. Wvtl. & Fri.
on Foreign Agriculture Policy, is Representative's office have been chemical can: Irritate the eyes of some were among the top areas, along with ,
holding a series of meetings and invited to atend. people. Persons with extreme the zoning office and road and ditch 9a.m. 1 p.m. Thursday/ '
hearings on U.S: export and import 'respiratory illnesses are requested to complaints, taxpayers complained [Ext'IuJedirvnn ttrtvphnw hunk\
policy1* Winter vegetables and sugar On April Y1. the Subcommittee will stay Indoors for the duration of the about to the county commission: last .
Important Florida products, are begin hearings on three different bills spraying, says O'Neal. July in public hearings on the new _-. :. '. t
among1 the commodities to be dis- that would establish an international Plans are to spray all residentialareas county budget. Complaints on mosquito --' w. 1
grain reserve of up to 6-million tons. in the county plus all swampy control centered around the 4 ,
Under the proposed system .the areas. The coverage won't be county- Ineffectiveness of the program in ; \
"According to the U.S. Dept. of U.S..would set aside grain during the wide, O'Neal says, but will Include eliminating mosqultos. Taxpayers at '
Agriculture Florida sold times of surplus thus assisting U.S. residential areas and therefore, be the two hearings termed the mosquito .,... .
approximately $390-million worth of farmers, and the reserves could be more widely applied than In the two control program a farce. '":., I "
agricultural products abroad In 1977, used to provide humanitarian relief sprayings In 1977 / .'.,\.' '>, "'
and agricultural exports from the \ t '
for countries suffering a natural I tI' ,
nation'as a whole totalled about $24- disaster or crop shortfall. ..
billion*' said Sen. Stone. "It is clear .
that agricultural sales overseas are : I'I ",4 eg \ A. ,'',
important to the economic health of The following week several differ- DOllAR DAYS& %\
both Florida and the nation." ent measures to expand credit to '
countries that wish to U.S. '
other side of foreign agricultural jo .;. ,.
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policy Is imports,and the impact ject of Subcommittee hearings MIX OB MATCH W"' *>* '
they have on the domestic market. chaired by Sen. Stone. \ "' :
Sen. Stone is holding Subcommittee The Subcommittee also Is' com t" ,-1 ; 5i : :oGreen

meetings to investigate charges by pleting a series of meetings with Ii razier 7 BIG DAYS ,* .: : ; ..
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pesticide and Inspection regulationsare This policy Is designated to Store tsuse It's ,
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able prices. It would prevent foreign DOLLAR
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hav-.Invlted federal agency representatives countries from selling: so'much low- ., 'mining. .
The Super Tasting
to meet with growers and priced sugar In the U.S. that domestic ,
distributors to discuss these charges producers are driven out of business n. Quarter Pound ; '
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yet sugar keep
and to make sure U.S.domestic producers market.havea prices fair and .meet domestic +C Big Brazier Burger. Phosphate.o ourle.ls necessary to rx"a
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4 The Scrumpdlllylshus Banana. Split ,I that phosphate mining also can result ,1- '

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I Parents' Learn About Math ProgramIt Fires HomesBradford DamageTwo

was a different scene that faced works until he has mastered that division, and even if he was not*s far
Volunteer firefighters
Bradford Middle School math particular skill, and does not progress ulongas might be expected, he "wasas County '
blazes last week ,
fought two ,
another booklet. She added that a as a .oul could be" that he ,
teacher Thursday night as they to happy learned how to divide. resulting In the lost of furnishings and /;:! <
child cannot master a more difficult had finally '
looked out over their classroom. It clothing for both victim. .,
WM not their regular students they skill If he cannot handle the basics.II After a question from School Superintendent Firemen were called to the home of .\ ..i:r.',', '
saw but the student's parents Irylnu Tom Casey about grading] Dave Woodard on SR-100A one mile -
was stressed that the students do ns'
to themselves Into the child-slzedtlrsks Instructor Billy Dampier showed areport south of the Starke city limits Thura- ," a
not work on their own, but work together .Irr
card to the parents and day night about 6 pm' .
Thu meeting! was the first such In groups. The toucher had ;'as' ", s f
explained how it should be Interpreted. Woodard said be' plugging In an .
railed hy the I*MS Math Departmentto found that group work Is more effective L' l "it t "
He said that the student geta a exhaust fan blower when exploded s v,
let the parents' know the methodsby than leaving a child: off on their J' '' '.
'letter grade for the work they do, but In my face"Woodard'*wife and four i .
which, their child Is bring taught. own. the level of work a student doe Is ',' children were home but only Wood"t"t. t1.Jardw..ll1Iuredreceivlngnrltd ,,, \ \
Describing the as "basic. "If., .. 1 j, d M
program shown by: 1, which means the student ft r.
iong-lime-ago math: Peggy StnnwlxHJ.Y The parents were told that when 0" "JI' ,"
and ;
Is working above his or her grade '., burns on his face, arms. .
their child to school in the Fall '."
told the parents it was "nothing comes level; 2. which means the student Is Bradford County volunteer fire '
for you to shy away from." The they take a math placement test. The J' '
working on grade level; or 3, which chief Harry Green said the unit
It'uch..lhen use the test to see what ",. .
Includes homemade books, '
program '
means the student Is working belowgrade' response time was about eight' "
tho child has masteredand ..
moth skills already
Rumen with Inlypop rewards, level. minutes losing about one minute .I'
und other Incentives. what skills they are lacking. This the arms at the railroad .:; '. <
-raising cross
Methods used by the department enables them to place students In Most pressing question the parents tracks.Green said a train coming: saw ,>' > .><
were" developed. by the five touchers.Acciirding groups. seemed to have was whether the new 1, the fire truck and. allowing < <> >' .
to !Mrs\ : Slanwix I tiny. they r raised hand. .
students the skill teaching method was working. Mr. the signal arm to be by
When the
found that even the most ,. .
expensive -
Dumpier explained the Woodard who works for Sawyer-
he to the
lit that group progresses .. .
textbooks were "completely made.quote" Some students flniuh six of the department had measured the progress Slade Gas Co.termed his house a total
alai through the summer next of the students, and had found! loss Including furnishings and cloth- ? c'- -,
hooks in u and some only finish
mnnlhlllht.y compiled their own !textIxiiikii year the that In It months the students progressed # S Ing.The family I ill presently at ', Jt .
three, teachers
two or explained. staying
The hooks, which hundM
are do until 1.23 grades,based on national u. a Brother'* home and can ,,.j-]
rltten and copies at the School Hoardrffict1. Rut they progress they another of .
have mastered the bonk norms. lie hopt'lllhllt year CTI Graduate Prison Employee at 964-7041. "
( lire divided Into sections such
study will show that students had Fireman answered a call Friday <
IIH' "Multiplication of Fractions" ," !Mrs. Ktunwlx.Hay noted that the progressed 1.50 or even 1.73 grades. The Department of Offender Rehabilitation has announced that Lawtey night at Pleasant a one-story frame .,
Percent in Everyday" Life and hud a of students who had ('crredlonallllllUtuUon employee 11-1"1 i Hilton Coleman Raymond Kay and home on Grove. Road owned / ,,
'Multiplication. When u child finished group the entire program and now The parents had favorable David Baldree recently participated In the Correctional Training Institute at by Mac Leonard
MH-ccHhfully completes one hook he Algebra I. a course comments about the program, and Kalford. Green said'no one was home at the ,
|ipoiifilt lo the next. were working taken on In High School one mother ended the meeting by This Is the twenty-firth CTI group to enroll In the minimum standard time and the origin of the fire Is still ,.'
\\he'" naked by a parent what usually saying "It's working you are curriculum which required by I..... The Training InslltuU program taught unknown. ''
hap sets when u child dues not master handling. the discipline well, thechildren In with Lake Green termed the loss at 70 percent. '" i
Mrs Moore\ said that she had an very conjunction City Community College and the graduates earn nine! "
llubook :
ik-iNirlnient, Dorothy(explained Moore that, head the of child the elghlrtgrudi-rwho hud just mastered are Interested." semester credits for successfully completing the full time; JW-hour course There were no Injuries In the blaze (4' ,:,


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Uxygen Leaking Train / : 'P. '.;'f; Minor Injuries Sustained Here l

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J Accident this Week left almost a Police reported Hill southbound
}, Blocks RR Crossing dozen people with minor Injuries. and on UB-301. failed to stop at a signal
.. H; r one horN dead according to report light atSR-looand US-Sot, and struck
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\ Cathcv, Karen and Mary Hottx all
,.1 conmlngs Tuesday! a*a tank car with l
t ,\" .' leaking ,oxygen proceeded to Wild tt turned out to be just big commotion uttered minor Injuries Monday whena Police reported $20 damage to Inn
". 1" t4 '... .; woodstterudetyvalvepoppedolwnon but It tied up city firemen and pick up truck,driven by Mary Holts Hill vehicle'and $300 to the Goodie
.': '' 'C.._"" .", ., ",. the lank.. police for the better part of an hour. overturned a culvert.after leaving FHP the road andstriking Starke Police reported Donald
Firemen had a scare before they report lilY
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; Starke firemen evacuated a nearby round out what kind of gas was leak- !
.M \'\:<' r...,: r..7 child-care Center,prepared hose and jig from the car, with the recent the turn on SR-S-229. An estimated St.Sit 230 to make a left turn on Sinclair
,,.' ""-a"" stood ready a*the crew from the Sea chlorine gas calamities foremost In ".000 damage wa done to the Jr. of Starke Freddie Monroe Stephen,
,t" f ; .. board Coastline Railroad checked their mind vehicle. approached from the
rear striking the Beck vehicle
:\P : > over the Mitchell T. Gee of Lawtey was
I ,d';1. 1'.' car. J..i i J. charged with speedtoo great for road Police reported Uoo damage to the
', 1M2:. ,' A condition Sunday when his vehicle Stephens vehicle and $79 to the Beck
vt spokesman from "
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oxygen not
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pole. danger Is
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':".11,,M ..t.l\.: I pop that open the safety and let valve off excess III I designed to Highest Awards Starke Crime Drops From '??' $2,000.Six people were Injured Monday
pressure Dinner
'.i! \ r. from expanding to when a tractor backed off its trailer Party Unity
gas avoid a onto SR-181n the east bound lane, and
i ,.. ," '. dangerous situation .
..l !,'; Index crimes In the city of Starke larceny and motor vehicle theft was struck by the vehicle driven by
I" ) ;, Fire Capt Dennis Margaret (Mr. George F.) Brown were down '.5 percent In' 1977 a* Alan Blrt, Hampton. Friday Night
c: noted
,',t I.'"':. Ithodcn all fire Departments received the Elkette-of-the-year compared to the same period In 1976, J3iestaUUci'reobtalned from the Danita Sparkman, Starke; Susan
f'i along the route to Wlldwood and all Award and Joe Goal of Ocala the Elk- said Starke Police Chief Jimmy 1977 annual Crime Beddel. Keystone Half Richard Hall, Member of the Bradford County
report In
' 1 ,.;,1.frx :"r ': ,, crossings In Starke were closed while of-the-Year Award in a Monday night Bowen Tuesday.Bowen the Florida Department Florida Starke Blrt all; Ronnie ,Starke,and Alan Democratic Executive Committeewill
", ).' ". the tram wan passing through. meeting of Elks Lodge No 1802. of Criminal Law Enforcement. suffered minor injuries. attend a party Unity Dinner
: said the city reported a total Damage' to a vehicle driven by Gary Friday night at the Hilton Hotel In
.'I ,.i ti, ,.., The local rescue unit on call wa* GOBS received a framed certificate .' of 279 Index crime during 1977 with a Bowen said he was very proud of the Lee 0 Steen was set at $1,500 when Gainesville. Featured speaker at the
'/' .'" .. prevented from returning to the Brad and Mr*. Brown a plaque in honorof clearance rate of Si 6 percent This report for Starke with a population of O'Steen struck a horse running on SR- $30 per plate affair will be GOY
,. :.' ". ford County Hospital because of the the occasion. clearance rate I is well above the state 5,108 and It shows the department of 100 Wednesday. The 'torse which belonged Reubln Askew
It: situation,but Jimmy Martin, who Watt average of 236 percent of crimes 10 officers Is working well togetherand to Harry Cooney, Starke, died Proceeds from the dinner! will be r
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1.1 I 29 Teachers Attend Environmental WorkshopTwentynine 4I Grand Larceny

H ;. Arrest Made;

Bradford County
teacher from all grade IcveU 1,
attended an all day workshop Goods Located

Saturday. April) IS. at the Environ I :.
mental Nature Center around r,. r p, r

Moccasin Pond west of the Vo-Tech: ,1; 29 ol Lake St
y. Charles Edwin Jones, ,
Center. w arrested for grand larceny
In Starke was
All Mhools having an environmental ,
14, by Starke
education In grades FrWay, April
program / s: further..re
Police and
K-12 were represented, except
Hampton Elementary. The workshop V 1w '4.3,. expected said a police spokesman. .,

entitled Project Learning Tree was Jones was arrested tor the grand
made possible by a grant from the i larceny of a roto-tiUer taken from the '
Florida's environmental: Education
yard of a Starke resident, Also
Mini Grant System Western Regional
recovered was $1,000 worth of stolen
Environmental (education Councilthe r
anrjthe property(rom MailardliLYao Priestt,
American Forest Institute,
.., t a Eckerds Drugs, TCAY, Bradford'
Florida Wildlife Federation.
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County Hospital, Pinehurst Grocery, ,
Project: coordinator Jerry McGrlff .
and St.
In Maccleraiy
and stores ;
assembled a program Involving the l A portion. of the group work on elementary media In;wood sett*** Augustine.Starke ,
teachers as both facilitators and L_
Teachers spent an Interesting '
participants. ) are still ..
said they
and Informative day learning ,' 'j 1, MI' police
y ; Mry t and further arrests are
new techniques and approaches to r s t 4 '
environmental education and Investigating ti expected.

environmental problems from .
arrested two
Starke police also
a multidisciplinary approach :
School students for
thun JUKI a scientific one. said Bradford High
McGrlff w aggravated assault and placed themIn
and Jeannle Loper check out the the Bradford County J.U in a
Teachers Vicki Deal David Brooks Jerry McGrlff. Sally llansen. Sandy Smith
Sharon Browcr, Mary Ottborne Lysle equipment during workshop the Nature Center al Moccasin pond. wo '' Tuesday afternoon altercation on
Williams were the facilitators for the % school campus s

day -- + j I Arrested were Arthur Bruce ,
t Morris, is, and Terry Perry 18. Perry
ft waa also charged with possession dmarljuan. ,
.. Police mid the Incident/
7 Involved thrown bottles, belts, chairs

and trash cane.
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., + Concerned Cltliens Service 1130! a.m. Bible Class 5 p.m. '
Thin tudle both the artUtlc and scientific aipects of Moccasin. Y.Hflucsted ., : ; To Meet April 27 Evening Worship 6 p.m.
( group went of the Vo-Trch Center, t ...:. y .. The monthly meeting of the Concerned Angeronle Nicole Nichols Is a contestant
1 7Mrliti <' Citizens of Bradford County h in the'East Coast vs West

: set next Thursday April 27.In the DayCare Coast Baby contest. Sister Amanda
"'.".' Center room at RJE complex Chandler Is selling tickets for this

f ." ''"'',' .1 : 7:30: p.m. All Interested. citizens are affair Please help us. make this
Invited to attend. occasion a success.
Activity For)
Medical Department
A w rap up dlHl'Ulllllon for Project Learning Tree Is held under tie trees at theEnvironmental ., Banning Georgia: First Leiutenani Notice! Mrs. Marion Dell is head of
the .Cancer Drive this year. Any
Nature Center around Moccasin Pond. Henry Franklin as Optometrist in the
Optometry Clinic of Martin Army volunteers who wish to render their
'I Lieutenant Franklin has service are asked to see her.

HOBCltal. himself by denjonstrating
those attributes of tact Free Canaan True Church of God

NOTICE OF REGULATION OF diplomacy, kindness, courtesy, cheerfulness Tuesday 7:30 -p.m. Prayer Meeting.
and genuine interest ir Tarrying service Friday 7:30: p.m. .
.H.\' _,, relating our "Dedication to others." Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning
... : >>: r r r a k. '_ He received the Dedication T( ''Worship 11 a.m. Evening rill nI'

;r. > LAND USE:, ,n ": ''' 6r. ,fltri ; !. ..7.Man .>.''Others Award. p.m.Greater
; r9 ,!)/ a"\ "rn { Mr. Franklin is a 1970 graduate of Allen Chapel A.M.E.Church .

\.0'1t: .. \. I'' Bradford High School. He is the son ol : Sunday School: .10 a.m.
,\.,;,.,...J .. Mr. and Mrs. Robert. Franklin ol Morning Worship 11 ..m. 'The
I Lawtey. Missionary Society Is planning a
TOWN for the fifth Sunday. All
.BRADFORD: COUNTY I ( LAWTEY Church News Follies are asked to cooperate with all

0 Ebeneier Baptlit Church Tuesday activities. A Mother's Day program is
.., '. 7 p.m. Bible Class. Thursday, 6:30 planned May 14 at 3 p.m. All members
>m. Prayer Meeting. Friday 8 p.m. are asked to cooperate with this
Choir 1 and 2, Usher Board 1 and 2 an activity for success.
:. oo asked to be at New Bethel for the The Fellowship of Churches
''j q AWTIY anniversary program. Saturday,, ,committee will meet Friday at 7:30: at
: .o o ,, n ; April 22 at 3 p.m. an Open Air service Allen Chapel. All committee members
r. will be held at the corner of Pine and are asked to be present.

;... ,'. '" 1'i Brownlee Road. All members an The Fellowship of Churches will
', .' y? oo .,t ) I ., o asked to be present. meet Sunday at 3 p.m. at Ebenezer
'1 a
o New Bethel Baptist Church: Every Baptist Church. .All members are
.' } Prayer asked to be present
r r o Tuesday night at 7:30: p.m.
: o Meeting and Bible Study. The Ushers
o I IN and Choir anniversary will be held Flnt Born Church Of The Living ,
Friday, April 21. at 7:30 p.m. Every- God: Tuesday 7:45 Prayer Meeting."
I one is invited to attend.A Friday 7:45: p.m. Tarrying Services.f(
rr business meeting will be held Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning '

'.- s rs o Saturday,April 22, at 7:30.: The pastor Worship 11:30: a.m. Evening Worship

_' 1 O la asking all members to please be 6 p.m.
,. : I '
present. We have some very important Mt Morlih United Methodist
\ eNOaiR i business affairs to transact.On Church: Wed.p.m. Bible Study and '
asa the second Sunday in May Home Choir rehearsal. Sunday School 9:30: '
rMIAR1p1 J Mission Day wiU .be held. All a.m. Everyone Is asked to attend the
members are asked to see either Fellowship of Churches at 3 p.m. at '
Sister Ahiandaline Chandler Sister Ebenezer Baptist Church. '
Corine McNeal or Sister Glorytl Pleasant Grove United Methodist '
AREA NOT INCLUDED r i' pu Church: Every first and second
.,,1 Monday at 7 p.m. Young Adult Choir 4

rehearsal. Tuesday 7 p.m. Young .
Junior Choir rehearses. Wed. 7 p.m. :.
I Prayer Meeting. Thursday 7 p.m. '"

.- ORTN +' Bible Study. Sunday School 10 a.m. '

F'r r r I JL I' Church of God In Christ Tuesday 7 '

ai .N rt p.m. Bible Band. Friday 7:30: p.m.
u ,
CtKTIUk FUMM HCOIOMU PtANNmO COUNCIL d4 'i, TOWN OF NAMPTON S Pastoral Teaching. Sunday School
? 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m.
i f YPWW 6 p.m Evening Worship 7:30:

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TOWN OF ;yr p, J( -
BROOKER. ? ''' m s KEN
,L a, r. ,, : TEAL 'Greater Bethlehem Free WUI '
- "' .- : Baptist Church Every Monday at
: 7:30: p.m. the Tiny Tots rehearse.-

Dd5B' J ;,, Tuesday Prayer Meeting. Wednesday'the <
I I Male Chorus will meet at 8 p.m. .
.' q D } i Thursday starts the annual Youth
/ VALUE RECEIVED Day celebration.: The Youth will be in

Carpet I I. a reel value. charge. Sunday is annual Youth Day. I

2JDDDDD: '.,iI '..... ; ,". I E You can be certain that Sunday School 9:30..m. Morning ser
I I you are receiving more vice 11 a.m. Mr. Herman Johnson*
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value for .les money man speak. Dinner at 12:30.
UDDDDDDD ; le't ever before In history..

1 '-'"" .fL''. ,....<.JJ.-...., ..4, ,{JI.I' Carpeting I* one of the Girl Scout News Brownie Troop 329Is .
'..'. .'. '. ,' .. I t... .."<} ..... ".,. few product that boa not busy working on their Sit-uporo,. <5
r'''r' I I Increased In price a* because they will be needed for theawnnerMany

., ..,."" '.,),iI/J./ ( ..... .i' ,.,'-:' "-co ". compared to value Brownies have finished "
.7 I. I received their sil-uporo. The brownies help
'. : .f., II In fact, theconsumerreceives with the refreshments.
--.- --::: : :: .. a greet deal Weave looking forward to Brownies
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I .H(',,"'.".. 4' "'I A- more turning in their magazine reports next
I _'\J; than he did when kuying week. We are happy to have Mrs.
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I ., \ .M ,h.,. lkr Riley
r :.... ,' I. j' ( '" ; .Carpet are made ef week. ROlland Lennon and .Petuna. ,
'. ."'(" .f. better syathetlelbaror Brown from Troop 684 work with.thetroop&dahLennonleaderandMn
I ". I ; I mere sell resistant* easy >.
4r\\ te-care-4or and mere Morris .....tant. >
I I I 'I" \, I Sarah J. i''
... - -. durable. Troop 684 la working on projects.
.r; Carpeting I I. a great Mrs. A.Chandler. Is working with the

Bradford County And The Towns Of Brook, Cam,tan.;i'' d wt IIIJ. value.selection look ever Come our/ In carpet tremendous today and for Junior leaders Wednesday for Troop the at 3:30 success: 684 p.m.meets of In the the annexof troop each-r, .

every room. In the home Greater Allen Chapel Church.: E.
This We have i shags high* Walker and M.... Myers, leaden' ?>-,
Shown In The Maps n
The Areas
Propose To Regulate The Use Of Land Within lows, textured cerpets.
and more..soe mem .0//

Advertisement On Mar 1,1978 ft Public H earing,0 B The Proposal Will.B.Held. I At, today Teal' Tile & Mr. Wedding and' Mrs.Annmuteement A.C. .Williams "and'i'V'

Mrs. Modena Thomas of Starke. ,

7:00 P.M. At The Bradford County Court HouseStarke, Fla. .' Carpet announce children Leevora the marriage WUliama of their and' .1. .

984.7423 Starke. Da. Harold Jackson on Friday April It,at

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I i v'$0utbside, Elementary: News ]!t. THEFARMF'RONT. II

The a""al Spring meeting of In order to register for Kindergarten On April 27 the fourth grade of By Doyle Conner, Commissioner of AgricultureThere I
Southslde Elementary PTA will be the child must be at least five Mrs. Mildred Harper, Mrs. Carol ,
held Tuesday evening April 25. at year of age on or before January 1, Clark, Mr*.Iva Jean Harrell and Miss
7-JO Mala( Q.m. In the school cafeteria. 1979 and the parent must bring to the Claudette Peterson MiN Jo Ann .is a story going around In Privately owned acres, and wood management systems were Improved ,
topic will be an election: and school office: (1) a copy of the child' Tyson are taking a field trip to The government circles that the three land Improvement Increased by 144 for vegetable production.
installation of PTA officers for thelynTt birth certificate,, (2) proof of a physical Florida, State Museum and the moat frequently told lie are: "Your ;der>> cent. Soil surveys,a vital I Indeed, basic
school year and the spring examination by medical doctoron Grlnter Gallery In Gainesville when check Is In the mail;" "There will be In addition, reclamation was factor in aaJ1d. e planning, are
music program.A the form provided[ by the school they will see the Seminole Indiae no new taxes this year;" and "I'm accomplished on nearly 1.000 acre of proceeding a number of coun ea. In
usual' nursery care for preschool office or the Bradford County Health exhibit This trip Is a culmination ot from the government and I'm here to land which had been surface -mined, 1877, mapping was completed on
children will be provided In Clinic, and ((3) an up-to-date the fourth grade study of Florida Thla help you. nearly 1.5 million feet of water con- 1.228,703 acre. Forty-one per cent of
Room 1 Refreshment will be served. Immunization record which must trip is free and the student are Joking aside,government IS here to serving and erosion reducing the slate's land has been mapped.
The musical program, under the show: 3 polio doses, 4 DPT doses 1 requested to bring no money. They help you and no Better example,In my terrace were constructed: and the Mapping I II In progress In 13 counties 4
direction of Miss Esther t Casas, music dose measles vaccine, 1 dose rubellavaccine will need a sack lunch and a canned opinion, could be found than the local National Wetland Inventory and this year. ,.
teacher, features the children' and 1 dot mumps vaccine. drink. The buses leave at 9 a.m. and oil and water conservation districts Classification Headquarters was A master plan for accelerating the "
operetta The Sleeping Beauty. Moat of Parent who live In the Southside will be back in time for the student to and their federal partner the Soil established in St. Petersburg Florida oil survey program was adopted in '
the costume are'' made and the final School district are urged to participate ride their regular bus home In the Conservation Service. these 00 I II one of the pilot state to test the 1874. However, competition for stale
detail will be worked:out when the In. early kindergarten registra afternoon. If a parent doe not want a ft"tHS!?' programs are coordinated wetlands classification system using funds has been such that the plan has '
design the stage set I*completed by then of their children. child to go on this trip he should not through the Florida Department of input from the Soil Conservation Ser been fully funded only In one year
M*. JoAnn Wallace ,art student at Mrs. Elaine Wood's fifth grade I III come to school that day a* there will Agriculture and Consumer Services vice. Fish and Jdllfe Service. Corps (1973 and the program Is two years
Santa Fe and the .pinning wheel completing It* unit study of Africa. be no supervision for any student Florida'!80 soil and water district. behind already! ; at current rate of
made from corrugated cardboard III The students have been very from any of these three classroom. covering aU of the state except of Engineer and the Florida Department funding and soil mapping the Job goal
finished by Mn. Nancy Brewer, Art Interested In the African folk tales and Mrs. Dorothy Leach's third grade Collier Dade and Monroe Counties, of Environmental Regulation. set for 1984 will not be complete for
teacher. A lighting specialist will legends. They have learned some had a food tasting party on April 13. experienced much progress last year, Landmark effort In Identifying and another 12 years
operate a spot light for the performance words of Swahlll and are using these Thestudentsbroughtfreshvegetables according to a compilation I was designating prime) and unique farm- Theactuality of Florida's growth as '
The following student are words In their classroom conversa and fruits they had been studying given recently. The role of the local land were brought to fruition In seven well as the requirement of law to
featured In the play: Andy Nguyen u tiers about districts and the scope of their efforts counties complete land.use planning require
farming : guidesfor
Prince Charming Stefanie Cubbedgeas In Mrs. Donna Hartley'fifth grade, The following students have been are going to be Increasingly larger a* determining farmland "best that sufficient state funds be providedto I
Princess Rosa Edward Ktmbril u the class participated In an art chosen to represent Southside In the new national conservation laws are management practices" were accomplish this vital task to avoidor
the King, Janet Brooks as the Queen activity and nature appreciation fourth annual physical fitness meet translated into reality. completed and are being used by state prevent mistakes In development
Melanie 'Wood as the evil fairy, HalWood explored at the same time. The class which I II hosted this. year by Brooker But In 1977. accomplishments included and local planning agencies ana water which assuredly will come.
as the devil Shaun Ritch and the nature trail and selected and Hampton schools. The meet will the addition of more than 800
Danny Jordan as the heralds Kathy one item to bring back to the classroom be held at the BUS track on Saturday, new landowners cooperating In oar
Morrow, Tammy Morrow Pam to draw or use with their April 22. Andy Jones Keith Kehoe. soil and water conservation districts; Fish Area to be
Clark Wendee Hall, Pam' Proctor, drawing. Jim Nguyen created an Wendell Shanks Todd Frailer.l.' Kerry. 560 local government unit were Blanding .Closed
Rosa land Lennon, Dianne Wood, outstanding picture in which he Hall Herbte Cooper Colll Warren. assisted In solving soil and water JI
Christa Jacobsen Alison Denmark. combined art work and ferns. Barry Warren, Michael Chappcll problems In Florida; conservation
Christy Lyon and Helen River are Theresa Perry.Pam Proctor Tammy system were Installed on 180.000 Certain I
the fairies.[ Morrow, Traccy Rowan Dennette acres; soil-conserving tillage practices on
Food TestingTechniques Griffis. Melanie WOOd. Debris were used on 44,000 acre of
William and Catherine Simmons are cropland trees were planted on 13,000
the qualified Camp Standing Fish Management State Park will remain open during i
participants. Herble Area will be cloned certain- the military exercises
Seenat BMS Band on Major Martin
SUi-week Report Carte Cooper and Theresa Perry were Raising
dates this the
summer at a result of urged cooperation of fishermen in
To go out May 4 involved In this meet last year also. .
military exercises conducted the Interest of their
for being on own safety and to
Parents are reminded that the fifth Money Unifroms
six-weeks ends RotaryMethods ,. the Camp Blanding National Guard insure the future availability and use
grading period April LUNCH MENU
facility. of the Camp Blanding ,
27 and report cards will be sent home Week of April M-28 To> raise money to buy uniforms Major Larry Martin Northeast The closed dates for facility the manage
Thursday May 4. of field testing foods In MONDAY, April 24-hot dog on bun, Bradford Middle School band mem Regional Manager for the Game and ment area are as follows:
Other newsySoutaside's order to protect consumers were cabbage slaw, French fries, fruit cup, .ben will be taking orders for Fresh Water Fish Commission said April 29 thru May 13; May 27 thru
storage building, built demonstrated at the Starke Rotary milk. "Kitchen Auditions Cookbook" various units of the National Guard June 10; June 24 thru July 15; Augusts
by the Vocational School is now Club last week TUESDAY April SB-spaghetti with through will be live
by Howard Titus of Monday May 1. firing ammunition on aid thru August 19.
complete and ready for use. Palatka, district supervisor over 23 meat sauce, cheese, tossed salad, The cook book sale Is a last big defense artillery and mortar firing ,
-The' CTBS teats are complete counties with the Florida Depart. coconut cake.apple sauce, rolls milk. effort to finally purchase uniforms for ranges. Fishing areas and other activities at
smoothly and should be ment of Agriculture and Consumer WEDNESDAY, April 2fr-Salsbury the BMS band members who have The lakes affected by the closing Camp Blending will be closed to the i
during the week of April 17-21 when Services. steak rice and gravy turnip greens, never had uniforms since the band are Blue Pond Perch Pond, Loweryand public from Monday through Fridayof
make-up tests for students who have The speaker said Inspections are pears, cornbread milk. was formed three year ago. Magnolia Lakes. Magnolia Lake each period.
been absent will be given.During May made of all food outlets, wholesaleand THURSDAY, April 27hamburgeron
the test results should be available. retail bottling plants, bakeries bun. lettuce and tomato, corn,
Each parent will be provided with a and other food services. Each chocolate pudding, milk. Bankers Foresters Look DemandsThe
to at ::11
copy of their child's result. Inspector is responsible for 200 FRIDAY, April 28-turkey and ,. Forestry
establishments and inspections are gravy. mashed potatoes, dressing
made as often as possible usually buttered peas, cranberry sauce, Bankers and foresters will get which will affect timber availabilityat President of the Florida
K Registration set May 15-19 from 30 to 60 days for each establish- peaches rolls milk. togetherat the Bradford County Fair that time. In addition, other Bankers Association, Mr. Michael .
Early registration for Kindergarten ment. Tillis said.Equipment grounds In Starke on April 25th to take considerations such as recreation, Weintraub will take a look at Florida
students for the school term of 1978.79 Kingsley Lake a look at the staggering,demands of wildlife and water quality value are banking while the Florida Forestry I i
will be conducted the week of May IS- used in testing for fat the 21st century on forestry In our being placed on forest All of these Association's First Vice President ,
19. and preservatives in hamburger was Property Owners ,state. They will see what Florida factors and the decision which are L.A. Woodward, will discuss the out'j'j
If you have a child you plan to sendto demonstrated. Also the methods of foresters are doing, today, to meet being made concerning them;will be look for Florida forestry. Tony !
Kindergarten next school term, testing eggs poultry, bottled and these demands discussed In a morning program at Jensen, extension forester at the
Southside cordially invites you to canned goods and other products.If Elect OfficersGerald The Banker-Forestry Field Day Is the fairgrounds. An afternoon tour University of Florida will discuss the
register the child during this time. contaminated food Is detected. a an annual event co-sponsored by the will see many of today's Intensive history of forestry In Florida and the }
This early registration will enable the' .ltop. ell order is placed en it In the D. Moran was elected president Florida Bankers Association and the forest management activities In conditions which determined '
school to place the child' name on the store and. if found unfit for human of the newly chartered' Florida Forestry Association. Open to action on' Container Corporation of forestry's present status. The director \
school rolls during the summer and consumption In further laboratory Kingsley Lake Property Owner the interested public as well as America's' CCA) Bradford Forest of the Florida Division of Forestry 1
the child will be able to go directly to tests. It is ordered destroyed. Association at an organizational members of each association, the Tour arrangement have been John M. Bethea will talk about the r ,:
his assigned room on the first day of Tillis said the department will also meeting held last Sunday. field day concentrates each year on made to Include a visit to the value of Florida forestlands both
school. For parents, the time InvolvedIn Inspect school cafeterias but only on Other officers elected at this time forestry-related subjects: of mutual Intensive Management Practices economically and environmentally.. (
registering will be shortened and a voluntary basis, if requested.The were: Frank W. Palmer, vice presi- and current Interest to both Assessment Center (IMPAC) Dr. K.R. "Bob" Swinford. a forestry
they will avoid the long waiting lines speaker was Introduced by Guy dent; Sarah Torode, treasurer; E.L. ('Industries.' research area located on CCA timber- consultant and former teacher will 1
which form on the first day,of school Sale who formerly held the position Matthews, secretary: ; and John J. The theme Is the event this year Is"Managing lands. This is a cooperative effort by speak on the role of the small land- 1\ .

In th 'f fa7o'N Ijmn J; 'a:j .. f..,",, ,now pccupled L by :TiHis.ift \ Crew, W.H. Edwards, Jr., Carl Today's Forests to Meet .. CCA along with the U.S. Forest owner in meeting tomorrow's woodproduct '
((1 ,,v,',LeavlU, William Peters and William Tomorrow Needs." Forest product Service and the University of demands and efforts soch'
Phillips, directors. demand la expected to double by the Florida's School of Forest Resourcesand landowners canomake In order to '
The association I I. a non-profit year 2000,.yet It is today's decisions Conservation to 'determine the develop better forest management of I
I&R Services Available ..corporation dedicated to the effects of Intensive forest management their woodlands.The role of the larger ,
will be discussed In r
of a
ecological preservation KlngsleyLake on the environment-an issue of
I and the property surrounding. It. considerable Interest throughout the presentation by Dr. Richard F
At present there are 38 charter Classified Ail forestry community.There Fisher, an assistant professor at the
Around The Clock Locally members. Annual dues are $10 per ; Wring RPru114 will fun and good food for the University of Florida's School of
Forest Resources and Conservation. )
family, and all Kingsley Lake participants too. Banker teams will
property owners are Invited to Join. compete against forester teams in log Ken Bailey the Divisional General 'J
of the Southern Woodlands y
Area with havea residents rolling and crosscut sawing contests Manager
residents a problem is available tp of these
Division for St.
Regis Paper
source they can call 24 hours a day, counties. after the bankers match their banking i
Festival of the L akes Art Show Company, will wrap-up the morning 1
week for solution In the "Original Banker-
seven days a a to A Directory of Community Resources prowess session with a discussion of decisions
that for each is Forestry Money Counting Contest. A 1
problem.A county a computer '"
that must be made by landowners the
16 county telephone service de printout directory that is sent to over noon fish.fry will cap the morning and \
forest the
Industry government
sled to link people especially the 500 agencies to help them use effec- Set June 10 in Keystone Heightsbe session. general: public if future wood product
,. with area services Is the tively the resources available in their Individual forest landowners are needs to be
met. s
Information and Referral Service, toll communities. Printed by the Alachua June 10 has been set as Festival of scheduled"for children. encouraged to attend the day-long Anyone are interested in attending the 1
free, 18003423400. County Data Processing Center, the the Lakes arts and crafts show to be Right now the Festival of the'Lakes event as several elements of the Banker-Forestry Field Day
The service is a one stop center that Directories are Updated regularly and held In the Theme Park In Keystone committee Is seeking arts and crafts morning program are specifically contact the Florida Bankers may
attempts to efficiently and rapidly distributed every six months. Staff Heights between the hours of 10 a.m. participants In the categories of related to small landowners and their Association at P.O. Box 6847, Orlando.
link an Individual with a question or members at the Crisis Center maintain and 4 p.m. forest management plan. Florida 32853. or the Florida Forest i
problem to the Information or resource comprehensive annotated desk The sponsoring committee Is now painting, crafts sculpture or any Experienced foresters will be avail Association at P.O. Box Kiwi.rv
that best meets his need. By copies of community resources so that accepting applications from artists other media of the arts. able to answer questions, from the Tallahassee. Florida 32302.:
utilizing the available services I&R accurate and current Information is throughout this area, Jacksonville, There will be cash prizes plus first audience
lessens the chance of a person being always available to persons who call. Gainesville and surrounding counties. second, third and honorable mention .
misdirected not having his needs Staff personnel also help prepare According to Susan Edwards ribbons awarded. Mrs. Edwards Ate''
met, ,or becoming lost 'between published Community Directories In chairman of the festival the project stated there would be a $100 awarded'to
various agencies.The cooperation with other groups, such was originated by the local Chamberof the best in show. .89cNO i
program Is financed by the as City and County governments, Commerce, but the whole come Application forms may be obtainedat iI
participating boards of county Chambers of Commerce Senior munity. Is now becoming Involved. Guaranty Federal Savings and I
commissioners by 10 percent; state of Citizen Organizations and local Also planned for the day will be a Loan Association In Keystone Height '
Florida. Health and Rehabilitative newspapers. picnic at the public beach adjacent to or from L.K. Edwards Realtors ADMTIOflllL! CHARGES
Services IS percent and the federal Staff and volunteers with I&R receive the park and games and contests will located on north SR-21.
government percent. over 2.000 request each month l a I
The I&R Is a part of the Crisis from Individuals and agency per I For A '
Center along with Suicide and Crisis sonnel. Many of these calls are single The Place To & !Is ; !
Intervention, the Crime Victim Ad- questions such as, "Is there a dentist 0
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Program. call to get a building permit Other BUSH'S NURSERY BAIT! ft TACKLE Full lwHon Llmll of P-., *** ||,M p *.* .* !
callers present more complicated No A3
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Outside And Inside Plants And Flowers -
The activities of the I&R personnel available health and social services ;
are tit I&R maintain accurate up- which may be able to help them. Prices You Have Never Seen
to-date directories of community resources In order to document the met and '
; (2) I&R provides accurate unmet needs of community residents Many Citrus Trees See To Believe itBUSH'S Living color PortraitApril i
Information and referral to individuals calls are statistically compiled each
and agencies 'seeking com- month and a computer.report summarizes I
\services (3) I&R conducts the nature of the request received 1S5 W Call sl.
munity ; BAIT TACKLE j j.WedlThurs
follow-up to referral in order to help the types of people using the 28 ft 27 Photo Hrs I
document met and unmet needs of service, and the service gaps which @

community in I&R residents.are Hamilton.Counties Colum participating exist Currently in this there community.are eight regular (Turn at red light at new Community Bank -- '. [!I 118IIq! 10-1,12-5 I

bia. Union, Bradford Alachua, Lafayette staff members, four senior cjuzens ,
Go block and there it Isl! Behind Winn-Dixie)
Gilchrlst. Dixie Levy supplied through an AARP-NRTA one Stark. Fie .
Marionv; Citrus, Hernando andSumter. program and two CETA workers CHILDREN UNDER 2YRS PHOTOGRAPHED FREE i

In ,addition 'to outreach running I&R with the help of approximately _ _
offices In Bushnell. Brooksvllle Inverness. 120 volunteer who answer Ir-Irt 1 -i.ru-u--- aJIr1I-JTJ rr iJJu --- --
Ocala Cross City, Lake City I&R phones from S p.m. to 8 a.m. and "
and Jasper,a toll free 24 hour number on weekends. 'I "aOYTsaI 4733775T' ]

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Campbell Soup contest ,Is over Balkcom daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .. .. .
and, everyone at our school worked James Balkcom, in Miss Jenkln's 3rd -
very hard at making It a success. If grade class. Ancll Underhill son of ':', .
anyone's picture or name has been Mr and Mrs. Harmon Underhill, In
Utout(than not been Intentional. But Mrs. Patrick' 4th grad class.. :
this has been a lob trying to keep up Rhonda Sapp daughter of Mr. and
with names and Ret pictures taken Mrs. Rudolph Sapp, of Mrs. Reddlsh's .
every. week. Next week we list the 5th grade class. "
class! winners along with the three top
winners The following boys and girls LUNCH MENU I I
were winners just before Caster and April Zt.28 I
we could not leave. them out they areas .
follows: Joanna Brown, Mitch MINDAY-Spiced ham sandwich
Gray Michelle COMer Kelsey cheese slice tomato wedge, lettuce enk
Thomas Melissa Burrwed. Tammy leaf. fruit cup french fries, milk. v
Moody. Vicki Thomas Sean Starling TlJiSD'YBeef; stew with C
Kim {'u lIt'y. Rhonda Supp. Kcthe vegetables. buttered rice turnip 1
IJ.tldwin. Karon Klixson. Raiford Tctslonc. greens, candled yams, applesauce, Thl_ t
Marian Sutton. Brady Itehberg.KyanMonro. .. cornbread milk
Nelll'aUlley. Joy Joiner. WEDNESDAYMeat; ; loaf with
Debbie Tyhc/ka. Melloney Trimm tomato sauce peanut cup mashed
Candle Roberts Durrcl Hitch, Robbie potatoes field peas yellow cake with
Lewis Julie lIol1in lIworth, Robert coconut Icing roll milk. (
Taylor. Kobalvn Taylor DougleKehhrrg TIIL.ItSUYPizza., garden DEPtJF + pw md .
I Debbie Westfall, Cindy salad buttered corn banana pudding f

Kogrrs and Faye Chilson. milk. ,. y,
Fill DAY-Peanut butter and jelly

HOI'SKIIOI: .l> LKAKMNO: HINT carrot sandwich sticks cheese, buttered. with peas macaroni, strawberry w I.' BusIness/ & Professional NewsFirst I

shortcake milk.SCHOOLNEWS.
'I>'llrur If(lame .

r fad'r Cadillac employee for the month of
Blindfold the child and ask him to March was Mary Ann Grlffis who
mime I the ,sound being mod" I":. The 5th graders presented "Hanseland % received a trophy and certificate.. ..
snnuiiiMNi' all they perform one of Crete! under the direction of Y fw Receiving honorary mention were'
I the lollu\\ InK pushing a chair, Mrs. Deborah Wood/in for parents Lunell King and Barbara McGeehan.
toughing turning water on, walking, Monday night! The students did an The shirt unit under supervisor
running opening a drawer; clapping, excellent job and parents. were. very S Debbie Jones won the third month la a
playing piano, musical Instrument responsive.. We would like to give a row for best production. The unit will
etc. opening! and closing door, special thanks to the 5th grade keep the trophy permanently "
pounding with a hammer, writing teacher! for all their work and
with pencil tearing paper laughing. cooperation In preparation for the '
bouncing j a bull dropping a block. musical Also to Mrs. Janet Kimutls. i.c SENIORCITIZENS :

:Mr Kenneth Grider, Mr. Richard : : .
The classes of Starke *
Kindergarten Jockcl Mr Mike Woodfin. !Mrs ,+ t .
hlementar: are now studying Com :Nancy Brewer and Mr Jose Perez. : w l ;
munity Friends On Tuesday the ,
i f >ti, r
children wearing their CAST IN:\ ORDER a
fire helmets and police hats visited
both the Police and Fire Stations. Bradford County Senior Citizens
At the Fire Station a demonstration will celebrate our 16th Annual
Narrator Mary Ann Thompson.PeterFathrr Luncheon at the Holiday Inn in Starkeon
how fireman
was given on a preparesfor
fighting a fire. One of the firemen Mark Barber. April 25. We will meet In the lobbyof

in record time, dressed In complete Gertrude-Mother Rhonda Supp.flannel. NAI M.r.-....., the Holiday Inn at 11 a.m., register
uniform including oxygen mask and Irrtcl,,Kay Greg Allen 100 kindergarten students from Starke Elementary toured the Fire -._--__- ....' 1l.IIJIj with Peggy Richardson Treasurer
tmak.1110 included in the tour was a Carl, Jason PolkMclRj Department and Police Department Tuesday. arf Ann GrUfis and probably. get started eating by. .
demonstration, concerning tools andequipment 11:43: a.m.After
used by the firemen during Marcia Watterson lunch, we will go to our
(frit, Kim Sapp
the Pratt St.
II fire.Next. regular meeting place,
: stop was the Police Department Frederick Fritz Doug Chuck Samani Goodowns : : Recreation Center for business songs
where Thief Bowen greeted' the C and games.
Katrina Tana) Rlgby Mr. Bernard McFadden from SantaFe
children in his office and explainedkanous
duties of a policeman. They Baby Tree Robert Taylor College will give us a brief dissertation
Snippy Woman Tree, Trade Denton
crafts and other
were shown equipment| used bypolicemen m arts, many
Old Man Tree Tony Dlggs:
the fingerprinting endeavors available to senior citizens
including ,
Flowers. Carrie Coburn. AngelaMartin N
apparatus and the bullet through the Santa Fe Senior Citizens
The children then Community College projects. ';
\ests !
proof proceeded
where Snowflakes, Robin Rentt. Melissa I Mrs. Sally Nelson, former CUBE
outside they were r
Burned, Jill DeSue. Kim Cogdlll.
allowed to inspect the police car. At Reindeer Mark Davis lt; : e. Director will give Information on a
the end of our tour, the children were Heard multi-purpose aenfor'citizens center
delighted by the siren blasts from the Owl Roger and the great amount of work structure -
llrrr Hare, George Ralsh
police car. joined by the siren of the and money' needed *to build
Engelbert (Baby Bear). Henley
lire truck support and run 'a senior citlzei
\\I'\\lIuldlikp to thank Chief Jimmy Thorn mu fti- urpose center In Bradford arid
Bowen and his staff for their concern Adclhrid Mother Bear Tracy Bear Davis possibly enjoined by Union County
Baby ), Missy rt'q
ol community children. Stevens In District Three's 16 counties (the
We! Mould also like to thank Karen : most rural area and poorest in ot2
Angela, Klmutis. Barbara ,
Fireman Ramsey and Fireman Tim Phillip. George Crews. 4ll i. state), we are sadly lacking in seg-
Ciewn and the other firemen for theirthorouj.h !Dew Fairy, Pamela BoawellWitchRosinaDaintyOne vices to meet the needs of our older
\ explanation of the working Debra population such as transportation J)
of our local fire department GrlffisIIOKL'S congregate meals, outreach, meals on
Our Physical Education Star (' Thelma Cannon Connie wheels and many other definitely
the needed help which could be Inno..atthrough .
students for last two weeks are: Carter Audrie Forsyth Tangula
(l.iris.s.i! llc-mamlci. the daughter of Parks.Sharon Tyler. Tracy Coleman. r rt a multi-pur.pgst.ce>iWr." H
:\li's. Carrie. :Small; a member of Mrs. Karen Klixson. Loucmua C.rlffm.Mellonl' The month of May was designated
:\KCIilland'8 and Mrs. Long's 5th Trimm. Teresa as senior citizens month by Presidefg
grade\ class Aaron Davis. son of Mr Kathy Tyson) Nancy Grider.. wray LB. Johnson. Now;, the Department
und Mrs Charles I Davis. and in Mr Lalll'astcr.'Itki: Thomas. Rubi Bell- of Health. Education and Welfare ht"
Slilliam'sand Mr Austin's 3rd grade WIMKI.! Theresa. Davis. Julie Hall. named May "High Blood Pressure"
ilass Gloria Davis daughter.\ of Mr Mary Porchaizzo. Sabrina Sncll. w, month. Very significant! Come to oar
und Mrs :Mi-l\in Da\is. of Mrs. Hoffman Elizabeth Stitt Wendy Thomas. club meetings and these timely sunlects -
IhlrUl11' class Annette. } will be talked about and to tfie
best of our ability your .questions will
I rowl-r): Jo Brown. Michelle Conner Kelsey be answered. :;
Thomas, Candle Roberts, Rosalyn Taylor. Reminder: There will be a publtt
I Second row: Ryan Moore, Nell Causey* Sean Starling hearing April 26 at the Bradford
1 Mitch Gray, Brady Rehberg Dougle Rehberg Darrel Ritch' Courthouse at 2 p.m. to discuss Titles
III through VII of the Older
Third row Debbie West/all. Julie llollingsworth.
al Americans Acts and Title XX of tM
Social Security Act. It is of utmost
:; : -- importance that we load the courtl
i. house room that day In order to

demonstrate that these services art
I needed and available. But we mutt
i ito show solidarity In our demands Hff

funding for Titles III V..VII. and XX
to meet our desperate needs in tig'
coming years. Your appearance.at
A .' ia>ar the Courthouse April 26 at 2 \flJJ

enhance prospects for the elderly in
our community.. 5
. Starke Elementary students perform "Hansel and Gretel" for student body Where
Tuesday. We are here are you? We
need you! You need use! So. let's gei
together. We have proven that we art
a potent force in local and state
government but only your commitment -
y can show our politicians that we!
mean business. It Is not for you
me but for all of us. Don't lei us
back and regret that we didn't help.
It's your life Senior Citizen Don't
leave it to the other guy Our regular
1 meeting will be April 25 at 1. p.mi
L'1 Pratt St. Recreation Center. :

-Joe Kerrigai(



Gt'w \ i J..Warren Carver aBy

.d,,1..i Phone: M+4548. .
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.:__ = changes Several were'major announced farm March progranj 29.;

by Vice-President Mpndale ajjd

First row (1-rt( Faye Chilion. Marian Sutton. Kim Casey Secretary of Agriculture: BOB
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I'h ideal Education: Star Students Tammy, Moody Debbie Fylicxka, Joy Joiner: Carver Bergland, County according, Executive, to'Director Warred
I, I (larissa llrrnandei.; Aaron !Drills, Gloria Davis Second row Kellle Baldwin. Cindy Rodgers, Melloney of ASCS. {
\\41'1'.- TrImm. Raiford Teuton. Robert Taylor
... Third row i Vickie Thomas Melissa Burned Rhonda The following report 'pro'Vldef)
'. ,' Karen Elixion, Robbie Lewis Information. the new provisions. :
1977 corn or grain sorghum,, pro*
\ ducers who are taking part in the 1978

Consumer Price Index Rises .6 PercentThe they set-aside divert will additional receive acreage payments equal I If

to 10 percent of the acreage planted]
>z' t Payment will be.20 cent for corn and
c cost of living isn't low anywhere '* Honda Price Level Index Union most expensive. county in which to .IS cents for grain sorghum times die
t these days but the best place to County was 95.49 percent in 1977 and live.. With the state average set at 100 farm established yield, times the
I stretch your dollar in Florida I. the, 95.65 percent in 1976 this means the price level' In Monroe actual acreage for harvest The 178
Panhandle area. .. County is 10.46 percent htper'than'' acreage for harvest of the crop from
According to the Department of Ad- the state average. Monroe was which this voluntary diversion "H.
Bradford County' had the 'dubious ministration's Florida Price Level followed by Dad,,Martin, Breward. made is limited to the 1977 planted
honor of moving up on the list from Index nine of the 10 counties with the Collier Palm Beach, Lee; Indian acreage. Payment limitation applies
the 59th spot In 1976 to 47th on the 1977 lowest prices are In the Panhandle River Sarasota, and Glades Countiesto and one-half of the payment will be
4 ; Florida Price Level Index. ThiS>,',area. Gulf County replaced Calhoun make up theten, most expensive. made In advance at the time of
means Bradford County residentsf, for the distinction of being the cheap counties. signup. Program requirements for ...
paid 1.8 percent more for goods in .:eat county In which to live. The othercounties quired set-aside remain unchanged..:!
1977 than in 1976. The county was making ,up the ten lowest The price level Index is computed SOYBEAN LOAN RATE A newt
listed In 1977 at 99.68 percent and. at 94, priced were Madison Washington, from the pricing of an Identical loan rate of$4.50 per bushel is up front
percent In 1976. Holmes Walton ;Santa Rosa market basket of goods and services 13.50 per bushel on t978-crop
', I,Eacambia Putnam, Calhoun and across the state For the second year soybeans ft
j ;:tJfaW i Union County went down on the JUt. Taylor. since Its inception In 1972 prices were The 1978 feed grain loan'rates'fat?
". ___ from 47th to a ranking of 51. Residents obtained in 67 counties Last year the corn Is 13 per bushel with a target
It. I of Union County according to the In. difference in prices among the price of 210. The loan rate fort
J Physical' Education Star Student dex paid 2 l less 'counties broadened sorghum fi.90 bushel
percent for goods in .., Monroe County with an Index ::01 and 40 counties per with at
a f Annette Bal com.AndCnderhill.RhondsSapp l.977.han. they mid In If!!&. On .th*; 110:46 continues: lead! as. thestate's ,moved toward the state average >* target price of $2.28 for 1978. <
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New River Bridge Topic.. of Meet a

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New River bridge on SR-i Rogers gave the approach a numbertwo the county engineer out to the bridge
"between Florida State Prison andUnion rating for the same reason the and go over It Inch by Inch with instruments
Correctional Institution which Joints were rated the to prove there were no dips or
Joins Union and Bradford counties. Is Incompressible material lodge between settlements. over .005 in depthOn
a "safe" bridge overall for the surveyed the Joints. Rogers said the the graph presented to the
2,015 plus/ vehicles that travel approach would have more than board, nine dips were noted on the
.... over It each day, Union County Com- normal movement due to the material bridge, which contains\ 22 sets of
U Ritssloners were told April 4, at their lodged In the Joints pilings.After.
atfegulaf. : monthly meeting Rogers rated the bearing plates on looking at the graph, Maines
at James E. Rogers, Jr., District the bridge number one. The bearing asked Rogers why all of the bridge deformations a'
:i ISlructur* Facilities Engineer from plates are the direct support for the wero on the Union County
rjthe Lake City office of the State deck, or the main slab supports of the side. Maines said he couldn't see any vIl tt*
i; Department of Transportation, also bridge that vehicles travel directlyover. deformations on the Bradford County a ,a'4 Y
f..tia the board the bridge was found to Underneath the bearing plates, side of the bridge. Maines also asked a
* I* physically safe by his Inspection. between the caps, Rogers said the whether the fact that Bradford County
,:.and DOT was giving the bridge an beams going.from cap to cap were in was under maintenance contract with
ooversll rating of number one good shape but didn't name a DOT had anything to do with the dips i.te
.Condition. !. numbered rating. being only on- the one side.
Rogers gave the board and spectators The deck showed deterioration In Rogers replied that question was t
a step by step verbal diagram of the concrete surface, Rogers said but like asking why he was six feet four
his inspection of the bridge which Included overall the deck was no worse than inches, there just wasn't an answer.
both sides of the bridge, in could be expected for that particular Rogers said perhaps it had somethingto 1
Union and Bradford counties L bridge. The hand rails on the side of do with different sub strata makeup
:Rogers' summanled recommendation the bridge were cracked Rogers said where the pilings were placed.
to the board was to have the hairline and allowed water to seep down Into New River bridge was actually designed
cracks and abuttments repaired the concrete,which could increase the asa self supporting slab
when the money was available and do spoiling of the,concrete Rogers said bearing bridge to be overplayed with .
nothing else to the bridge except driveon the rails were serving their purpose, asphalt topping Rogers said, and not -
It. however, and were In good shape con the asphalt the bridge was designedfor. Bradford Middle School slralght-A students for the fourth Front row Jennifer Cagnon. Tina Brsl. Michelle Klmulls. t
Eight of the Items checked by sidering their age.A sixweekgradingperiodthstendedtllarch7area GeorgeLeVseserituanNguyen. Robert Scbulu and Hutan .I
Rogers were Included In his presentation yearly diagram of the bridge for Rogers said to resurface the bridge Marla. .Back: row (1-Dl. Dunlrlu Itlattv, Krlsly Johns Lori MUle Alvsrri. .\
with two Items receiving a the past four years was presented to with asphalt at this surface would Darky, Lori Flynn and Tina Bowrn.
number two rating, on a scale of one the board, showing the dipsand un- create a smooth riding for a
to four. Rogers said the number four eveness of the bridge surface. Rogers short time, but would then create
rating meant there wasn't a bridge In- the bridge were additional safety and maintenance 13 Earn BMS
where there had been a bridge but ItCollapsed approximate ,005 deep, and createda problems in the future. Straight-A's at 11 k
number three meant the "clackety clack" sound as a People would be happy to have the .
bridge was unsafe for traffic and vehicle drove over the bridge Rogers smooth surfact to start with Rogers
immediate repair work was to be con- said the sound did give some peoplethe said, but eventually the asphalt would I
tracted, number two meant con- idea the bridge was going to lose .Its rigidity and would become Thirteen Bradford Middle School Lori's favorite class Is math and she Richard Braswell, James Michael
tracted repair work was definitely collapse,but it didn't have anything to brittle due to weather changes. students, 1.73 percent of the 748 enjoys swimming. Christmas, Lori Ann Clark. Anglea t
needed and number one was reservedfor do with the overall safety of the When a bridge was resurfaced In members student body, earned Lori Ann Muse,"13. daughter of Mr. Melissa Epps, Angela Adah )Folsom. bridges that were essentially new bridge. the state of Florida on the Interstate straight A's for the fourth six-week and Mrs. Earl Muse of Starke. tori's I-eAnn )Flynn. Timothy J Dodd .a
ly built or In good physical shape to Upon a question by board attorney system, the old asphalt was peeled grading period which ended March 7. favorite subject Is health and. she en- Gonzalez, Linda Gravel Uirl Ann :
handle the traffic load. Hal Y. Maines. Rogers said he dldn t back and removed and new layers i Fifty-six additional students earned, Joys horseback riding. John. Belinda Dawn Joiner, Allen ;.'
Rogers gave the joints In between want to be quoted but without a lot of feathered up between the roadway' places on the A-B honor'roll. Duniela Ann Rigby. /daughter:' ofMr Lane. McKinney Martha Ann ,
,the beams of the bridge a number two damage, the bridge should be safe to and bridge, Rogers said. No overlayswere Sixth grade students on the .and Mrs. Charles Rigby of Starke. Murphy )Faith Roberts, Tt'rl'llaJary! !
;rating because he said Incompressible drive on for another 15 years. Rogers done atnll Rogers said, because Straight-A honor roll are: Danielle enjoys math and horseback. Smith. Cynthia Annette S.'lIsklnd, ,f
material had lodged In the Joints said a rule of thumb, without commitment of the very problems that would be Tinu Marie Bowen It; daughter of riding. Juice Ann Wise Robin Kay Yeuger.
during warmer weather when the could be'that a concrete bridge created by resurfacing the New River Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Bowen of Hobert Keith Schultz, 13 son of Mr. Seventh grade students on the A-B
Joints expanded. This material that Is physically safe today would be bridge with asphalt. Starke. Tina's favorite subject is and Mrs Carl Schultz of Mclrose. honor roll are:
Rogers said, stayed in the Joints, and safe IS years from today. Maines asked Rogers if his opinionsand math and she enjoys swimming. Robert enjoys waterskiing. Vondu Kuy Ayers Ethel Lorain
when the weather turned cold and the His goal Rogers said was to see findings would be any different If Angela Krishna Johns 11, daughterof Eighth grade students on the A Buss Dale Robert Buchanan. Thoniux 'j
Joints contracted the material causedthe that not a single bridge In the state of he ( lingers) had been hired by Union Mr.' and Mrs Charles Johns of honor roll are: Reginald Crosby, Uotmld.'Mures.':
concrete to be spoiled through Florida collapsed ever. Rogers said County and not OUT Starke. Krlsty enjoys skateboarding Tina Marie Best. 14. daughter of Kathleen DeLlndu J Giilinghani. ,
Rogers recommended the anything could happen in the ground Rogers said definitely not he was and band. Mr. and Mrs Verl H. Best of Starke. Jeffery' Marshall Johnson. Klmherlv ,
joints between each span be cleaned and he couldn't see into the ground or responsible! for doing a thorough job Michelle Lynn Klmulln, 11, Tina's favorite class is physical Ann Uiwson. J'rrrt'111.11 Powell.Melvln .
out and replaced with compressible predict the future especially when for DOT in all of the 16 counties that daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward education and she enjoys pen pal Bernard Hjimtilb. John'
material. That corrective action. the bridges were built with pilings put comprised District f I. and he didn't Klmutis of Starke. Michelle enjoys writing as a hobby. \ Francis Itiggs. Craig Stephen Sapp. f,
Roger said would stop the worsening in sub surface areas with clay strata, pick on any county, out of the 16. stamp collecting. Jennifer Gagnon. 14. daughter of Robin Diane Stern Jeffrey Scull .
ci the concrete deterioration current. such as New River bridge. The board was requested by Rogers George LeVasser.I t, son of Dr. and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gagnon of "a lor. Donna Kave) Tyler
ly going on.Also The dips, or settlement Rogers submit a letter to UOT stating their Mrs. James E. Pcnnington of Starke. Keystone heights Jennifer enjoys
_.. given a number two rating on estimated were created by the In house bridge inspection schedule. George likes to play baseball. horseback riding. Eighth grade students on the A-ll\ '
the bridge( was the approach slab on settling of pilings deep In the ground. Rogers said the letter was needed by lluun Ngoc'Nguyen. 13, son of Mr. Sixth grade students on the A.H honor roll are:
the Union County side. The slab Is the Clerk to the Board Robert Driggers DOT because of liability'probleml and Mrs Lang Nguyen of Starke. honor roll are: Joseph' (ir'lor1"h'l'M, V.ilerieHenre .
first portion of the bridge itself that Is said he had heard people say there that could arise, and the agency would lluun likes all sports and his favorite BMS Parents to Meet' Brown Vickie I l.\ 1111 Ctirver.IxmrdcN .
connected: to the roadway at one end were three inch dips in the bridge like to have a letter on tile from the subject is social studies. ('ut and to the bridge at the other. Rogers said he would be happy to take commission.The With English! Teat-hern Chilly, Tamara llcnc Denton. Julie
board took no action on Rogers' Seventh grade students on the A !Marie Grilfis. 'l"t"'t'llilnl1 ll.it'ley.
request other 'than discussing the honor roll are: Parents of Bradford Middle School Angiu Lee lIilllmIK.lham.Iu.t: 111
Serve responsibility of the roads and bridges Susan! Dawn Alvarez 12.: daughter' students who would like to visit with Hunter', Hope MichuvM Jackson. Karl
Always Ready 0 themselves of Jvlrs. Betty Ann Alvarez of Stark the English! teachers are invited to the Kim Kranu-r. I IAwinn I I.a WHOM.
Clerk Driggcrs told Rogers If he asa Susan enjoys chorus and swimming. school Tuesday. May 2, at : Pitremche )Kthel: Uioie.| Mary:
private citucn was driving across abridge Maria Dianne Parley. 12. daughter discuss the language arts curriculum Catherine Martin. SuKunne :Newport.
Call tad FriendlyA and it collapsed he would then of,-Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Darley of und how it relates to the state testing 1.tlUrall'xandl'l1 'Oehlcr. handy
sue the Mate, not the county the rke.\Mufla enjoys swimming and Cucsur I'arudo. Thomas KdwardPowell. : j
Calm And Friendly Voice Answers Your Phone Call bridge! was In. net: favorite class is physical education Parents of fifth graders at Starke Richard I.)It. Trumtir. Karen
Driggers> :( said the county did not in Elementary and Southsido Elementary : I Denise Thorpe, \,'lI1ltI.nu: I'mlvrocxl. -
To DeWItt C. Jones Funeral,: Home At Any Hour. Of'he.Day. Or Night. fact have title to any of the bridges, 4 I AnnF)o'ynnf 12. daughter of Mr. who will attend BMS'itext \\ Nancy: Lea \\ IIlIilt'l'. Edward .1.1Darrin
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JI'" "n' "" '''J'' ) 't goad F els.e\Wnd..ry 'h04M ('car ure also Invited! to attend::
n' ,'idi .fly". .' I'Ylltem.thcnswteo( ( .... '

the The titles county to the did property have the maintenance -*. ,'"f 8th Music Show Set at Lawtey ApriI28-30" 'I
This I II' An Introduction To The Comfort That Comes From responsibility; Draggers said.

Are Serving You. and was mowing the gross on the
And People
Knowing That Competent Friendly shoulders and patching the holes 8th annual Florida State Music Park on SR-225 Just cast of US- Trace Creek from iMtt.: Florida The i
other than th.it. Driggers said he Bluegrass! Music Convention Is on tap Friends of BluegrasH from Tampa. :
.taaedia&t AnswersThe didn't think the county could be held next weekend. )Friday through Sunday 301.It's the first and oldest bluegrass the Flat Top Travelers/ 'Irom I llobokcn.
responsible as long as the state held April 28-30,' with 3-5.000 fans music show In the state, says blue. (ia.. und the Cross Country ('loggers
De Win C. Jones Funeral Home Staff Are PreparedTo the titles. expected to crowd the Bluegrass( showman Ken Clark.. Clark, from Georgia.Park; .
from Jacksonville, and James Writers' gates npt'nut "".m. Tluinid.iv.April .
Leave Immediately To Answer Your Call. of Lawtey are owners of the music ;27.! There In free camping( in the .
Blue Angels 1 1A to Give Demoto park and promolors of the show. rough with an admission ticket.llaik( A I
DsWitt C. Jones Benton Futch George Winn and the Bluegrass ups lor lights and water art available .''!
Partners from Richmond. Virginia 'for campers.
Harold Johnson jet aircrult In (light causes most her. original condition, with the and The Heights of Grass 'Irom alcoholic heveniKCM are allowed
Individuals to pause-and glance skyward exception of giving her new engines Chester. Va. are the big name of the inside the park. Clark MI.VM the
On Sunday"': April .10. 1978 mid a few other vital piirts.Caidm eighth annual show The two are top I-uwlcy show Is ruled one of the top
DeWitt C. JonesStarke literally thousands will gars Into theheavens rated bluegrass bands that have family entertainment shown 'In
us the Navy's famed Blue never been In Florida before. C'lark Florida..
Angels Flight Demontttration Team will': he coming to Cecil says. Admission! \ $:.1 .'rlllll\ 511 Saturday
Funeral Home give an aerial exhibition over Naval Field's air show along with other $4 Sunday (Children" 'IM2: lire i
Keystone Hgts. Air Station. Cecil )Field members' of the "Valiant Air The 3-day show will .also feature: admitted for 51 l per tlij. A weekend
:.NAS ('t'ell 1 Field's Open (Mouse Air 'ummand", a npinoff of the and the Blue Ridge pass! Is $12:
964-6200 473-3176 Slow Is being held as a prelude to ('untedt'rall'ir Force. which Is Gentlemen from Atlanta Bed White The show Marts at 7 pin. Friday
Armed Forces \\eek later In :May. located' in Texas. The \'aliantir and the Dixie Bluegrass Boys and und goes until midnight goes from,
Other scheduled tlt'rlul.t'nls for this Command. along with the Girls from Conway. S.C.. Bluegrass noon to midnight Saturday and from
air show include sky-diving by the ('i nfederato A I r Force probably hat e Tarheels from Kings :Mountain :'>.C.. 10 u.m. top: m. :Sunday.
Green Beret Special Detachment the finest collection ol llyuhle World i
!located at NAS Jtl'kllOlI\'ilIe. and a Afar II planes in existence Other aircraft
"Get free demonstration by Cecil )Field's own which the Valiantir Command Dixie Youth League Play Opens I
a a iiircraft. On the ground specials m.i>' be bringing are the l'-31$
include the :Navy bund a motorcycle Lightning". the SS.J "JU\ Bird". the
demonstration and static displays! of T-j "Trojan", and the ,,T-2t( and. AT. Law ley Gold; the Giants, and the llareee was :2-for-3 with a
dump cart current and antique aircraft. tI pets won the opening games a-t. double for the Pirates. Johnny Brown ,
.. \\ouldvou" like to meet the man who : league play got underway in Dixie hit a home run. and Barry Warren '
invented the Bionic :Man and see the Other events at the air show include. Youth Baseball sponsored by the tripled
plane which is believed to have been tinNiivx's:; famed Might demonstration, Starke Recreation Department.
when you buy a nsw used liv Adolf !Hitler during World host team the Blue Angels a Law ley Gold was to play the Angels :\1C'1II7- HravrN I I
\Uir+ IP? Then come.on out to Cecil onstration h)' ('('ci's! own |jet air. last night i cWednCllda ': April 191.+ A 0-run fifth Inning. rally' lifted the
Whe81 Bone tractor! Field's Open House Air Show. raft and a skydiving! exhibition: by Today Thursday. April :20i, the :Mets to a 7.- opening game win over
:Martin Caidm, author of on'r' 100 the Green Beret Special Detachment Pirates and Dodgers play at 5:43: p.m. the Braves :Monday afternoon.
looks including ";\larool1<'d" and located at :XAS: Jackson. lU'fresh- in Starke. and Lawtey Gold hosts the breaking a l-l deadlock
For example "('} bor?" which became the basis i iiioiil and many; other static display Braves at 3:43: p.m. at LawteyElementary In the big 'isixth Shane-' Johnson
for lelev Isions Six :Million 1olllll'Ian.: aircraft plus ground entertainment )Friday April 21, games David Dulfy. and Kevin Johns hit
Model C-81 Garden Tractor: will bo there and with him will be the will he a\ %( \', April :3d.1'iTH. are Giants Lawtey Blue. 5:43: p.m. : doubles for the :Melt and Ken )Davis
8'HP Kohler cast Iron engine. famed .ll'-s*. "Ironnnil'". Out of Bring the whole lamlltht're'll :Metss Angels 7:30: p.m. both in Ron Willis! had singled Kevin Johns \
4.B41 Jl'.5rs: built by the Germans in he something. lor everone. Gates. Starke. was 2.for.3. the only :Met with two hits. .
p 8-speed all-gear transaxle. ho I PIIO'H! and worldar II, Caidin's open at 11 H m. Admission is tree. :Next Tuesday April 23. games are: The! Braves had no hits against Met '
"1I'onnnie" is the only one that is Giants vs Pirates. 5:43: p.m., in Jimmy :Schoenmg. ,
Optional 36 rear or side discharge full ,null living, and! Ihl're'are only a Starke: Lawtey Blue vs Dodgers. 5:43: pitcher ,
available. lutndlul more In museums With Moot antlers arc shed p.m. at Law Icy.: i I
floating mower approximately I.-.UINI: : | and three in December sprout Games in Starke are played at Pratt Giants 1 1 -l>odgrr%:3 IAn I
years <>f hard work Caidln has again In April and reach Street Playground Lawtey games are eight hit attack plus. I II bases on t
in.in.igvd to return the 'Iron Annie their full sire) in June, played at the elementary school balls gave the Giants a 14-3 opening .

S1395. .. .... .. .. .. . there game win over the Dodgers Tuesday
a : Law try Gold II Pirates :3 night,
H.E' Lawtey Gold won 12.3 over the Giant pitcher Richie Fender struckout
Pirates in the opener In Lawtey )Ion.da the side In four innings in hurling a
ltbltIDA.SgMK: :; afternoon mostly by virtue of 13 no-hitter at the Dodgers. J
Free Dump Cart Offer! Get a tree : : ; walks by the Pirate Pitcher. Fender led the Giants at the plate.
a 5.5 cu. two-wheel' dump cart .t$130 00 .. Anthony Williams led Lawtey Gold going 3.ror.4IOU two run homer in
', HS- value' >"with, the purchase of any new / : : at the plate going 3-for-3 with a ,the first Inning. Alike Waters. 2-for-2.
lawn tractor or get a free 10 cu ft two- ,. .. ) double and a triple.Tommy Crews and had a double and a triple and Jason j
> wheel dump can0St8000salue( .. .' .. 4Igi1ia .. ) Sean Robinson each doubled. Eddie Bennett. Shaun Stratton and Ron I 4
each added hits.
Herndon tripled. .
....... with the purchase of any new / ; .1
""- garden tractor Off good : ,
> until. June 3. 198 at a"participating EALESTA'lJE '
\\/t'I./ *' Ho'** BHS '. r I IBHS
.-,. . Palatka Tops Golfers :
Sales r Ou''s' .. ; .. ,..;.-'",..,.. ,.' ,' ; .. .. .' -

.. < .,." .(. .j.'OiA'. ,, .5... ,;. Tough Palatka shot :a-ovtr-par'golf was to meet Clay High in 'I t
to down Bradford High 147-134 Starke yesterday Wednesday. April .!
14 the Starke Golf 281. BHS hosts Eastslde of Gainesville -
HDW.Ii' Friday April on
"WEK D I t I
: and Country Club course. here Friday. April 21. at 3:30 pm.
Bobby Mauldin and Billy Tuten both :Next Wednesday. April Je. the BUS ,
'WE'KNDWHDWTD'JELRaa' t ; \ "' fired one-under-par 35's to lead the golfers travel to West End at Gainesville ,1
: : : Mauldln; for a 3-way match with Eastslde '
linksmen. Ronnie .
: ; : ,.. Palatka
: ., ,
: and Santa Fe. ,
: shot a 38 and Blakewood a 39.
: .. "Palatka is by far1 the :Next Thursday April 27. the- BHS '
.. .
: ; ''f ., .. cj' team in our district." sa.s' Bradford golfers travel to West EndvBl Gainesville .
.. -. : for : match with EasiMdo
SUrkeRoster's ''N t'JbnL.O-.... eleNflNA ." Coach Warney Adklnson. \ a 3-way "
F. :
Santa Fe.a
Monuments & Gdn. Nursery .. ; ( .' . . and BUS I101fft'S \,
''4 Richard Gaines ied'BHS with aneven :Next Thursday. April 27, the i
,301-340 S. Walnut St. par round of 36. Joe Valinskl and play ''In lh# District Tournament
WHEELHORSE Wade Winkler each carded 39's and at the Jacksonville Nuvul ,\il"L L

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f Extensive Damage ,

... Hall, Winds Lash Wide Area Wednesday "r I

rh t rt ,+rr1
Tornado winds, torrential rain, and An estimated 250 acres of rye was left
hail the size of marbles swept a wide "lying! flat on the ground.' r
area In northern Alachua and south Three and a half inches of rain fell trttV; ,
west Bradford County early at Hamilton's farm In a one-hour t
Wednesday morning toppling power period starting about 7:30: a.m. Heavy
poles and house trailers unroofing rain was reported throughout the area
r houses, and ravaging crops In the with 2.7 Inches recorded at New River /
Brooker-Worthlngton Springs -area. Fire Tower and 2.18 Inches In: Starke. ; '
Starting around 7 a.m. near High Heavy property damage was r ::4
Springs, the storm cut a wide path reported at Cash Country ranch onSK329
between LaCrosse and Hague, east south of Brooker, with a large
r toward Brooker and southeasterly to steel building and several smaller
Orange Springs in the Ocala National structures blown down. An unestl- ?4" ,
Forest. mated number of trailers were ,
smashed or blown off blocks and

Extensive damage was reported to houses unroofed In the hard-hit

Clay Electric lines and poles in a 15- LaCrosse area.
square mile area, with power off to Trucks were dispatched by the
tome 700 consumers. With 12 trucks Florida Forestry service to remove
busy repairing lines and poles some trees from highways around
Cervices were not expected to be LaCroese. and tree damage to REA
restored until Wednesday night. lines was extensive all along the
Crops In the Brooker to Worthington storm's path. No estimate of dollar
area were riddled as It by machine damage to REA lines and poles couldbe
..... +. att.is gun fire and Z.W. Hamilton, in the made Wednesday morning, but It
; middle of the hall-hit area said it waa was regarded as major.
I This camper alta on top of approximately 8-10 feet of trees picked by a The Helen Thompson home'on SR-
Tornado Wednesday morning, at the Marvin Graham. home on Highway 23S the "worst ever seen '235 between LaCrosse and Brooker
Mar LaCrosse '

"It was two Inches deep In places,
and some stones were almost as big u Inside. No Injuries or fatalities were
golf balls," Hamilton said. reported by the Alachua County
Brooker's watermelon crop Sheriffs department however.

averaging around 250 acres, "will Most secondary roads In the At the Marvin Graham home Just off of Highway Hi.,this camper topper was
have to Be replanted or forgotten,"" LaCrosse. Monteocha. and Worthington picked up and thrown against the back of the house flattening the camper
Hamilton said. Cucumbers were area were blocked by trees and topper upright against the house.
another casualty and corn and downed power lines, and the public
.. T1i1: tobacco were badly damaged was asked to avoid entering the area

although something might be salvaged until the emergency was declaredover

from the latter, Hamilton said. late Wednesday.Property.

J.L J..

9h I'" FebruaryBradford Sales Total $589,566Increases. I

County land sales for Area V, Rhoaen and wife to Phillip Jeanette U. Kincaid to W.B. William Lane, Sr., to William Lane
February were reported at $589,564 as C. Allen and wife, Commence at the McKinney Lot one and the South 25 Jr., Lot 4 of Block 7 of Lincoln City,

1 3 compared to sales in February 1977 of N.W.Corner of Lot 54. Woodlawn Sub feet of Lot two of Block 42, of $100.Othma
$560.909 and $355,983 last month. division In Section 31. T5S, R22E Livingston, Truby ft Company's Sub- J. Norman and wife to

? Prices of transactions are figured $5,500. division, In S2S T6S, R22E $100. Othma E. Norman and wife, a parcel
from documentary tax stamps affixedto Maxie D. Reddish and wife to Jason James D.Salmon and wife to Carlos of the SH of Lot 43 and a part of Lots

deeds filed In the office of the Carl Hilliard and wife Lot 48, of Earl Moss and wife Lots 6 & 7 of 54 and 59 of Woodlawn in SI9, TSS, ,

county clerk. Section 17. TSS, R22E, 12000. Block 8 crosby Lake Shores, $1,500. R22E, $3.200.
Gary Coleman and wife to Kenneth L.S. Tanner and wife to Oral S. Alice Thompkins to Truman Strong, The Ott Corporation to Robert
N Coleman and wife, 1 square acre In Tanner and wife, A parcel of land 1 Lot 100 feet square In SW corner of Luther Phillips and wife parcel of
SF Corner of SE V. of SW V4. Section 4. containing 0.79 of an acre lying In Lot Block 18, $100.ChrIstina land situated In S12 T9S, R22E, 3200.
TOS R22E, containing 1 acre. $too. 25 of Section 13 of Woodlawn, $100. Leverett Robert H. Georges' Properties LTD to Steve
Ronnie C. Davis and wife to Arthur Loran C. Brown and wife to Darrell' Harris and wife, beginning at the NE 'Whitehead a portion of the NEV4 of
A. Sheddan and wife. EH, of WH of S. Brown, Commence at SE Corner of Corner of the EH of the N* of SEV4 of the NWV4 of 56, TOS R22E. 3200.

WH and EH of WH and WH of WH of NEV4, being lnSEV. of NEV<, Section NEV4 S29, TOS, R22E, 7500. Lonnie Teston and wife to Dorothy
EH of Lots 42, 47, and 58 that lies 34 T6S, R22E; $100. Walter Williams and Sons, Inc., to Teston The Westerly 259.50 feet of the
North of Graded County Road in Hazel Paulk to James M. Starling Guy L. Silver and wife, part of the SH of the SWV4 of SWV4 of S22, TSS,
The D.A. Hines home Just off of 235 LaCre few hours
I after a Tornado touched down. Highway near sea Just a Woodlawn Sll, T5S, R22E. $18,300. and wife, all of Block 34, Crosby Lake SWV4 of the NWV of S2, T6S R22E R22E, $4,000.Donald .
J. and wife to
Shores Subdivision, 2000. $15,000. Kilgore
Lucia Thomas to James M. Pamela C. Walker to Ronnie C. Donald Kilgore,Jr., and wife SlAt of
173.33 feet of Bloc NWV4 of NWV4 and NH of NH of SW'/4
and wife the East
Davis and wife. Lots 35, 38, 37, & 38,
I 35 of Crosby Lake Shores Subdivision, Woodlawn, In S14 TSS R22E 30000. of NWV4 all in S27. TSS, R22E, $3,000.::
Snake Season
ApproachesFranz 1483. West Donald J. Kilgore, Jr., and'wife to
to FranK L.
Gertrude M. Cocclardl to Gary M. Jack M. Cuurtnay Donald J. Kilgore and wife, SH of
Cozatt,Commence on the West side of and wife, Lot 25, Lake Hampton Oaks, NWV4 of N WV4 and NH of WH of SWV4

Spring time in Florida Is always "Never, never walK around barefoot says the coral snake is a shy Orange Street where it Intersects with lying and being In S25, T7S, R21E of NW/4, all In S27, TSS, R22E $3,000.
welcomed with open arms for its a ," he said creature that burrows in the rich the South side of Francis Street In 529, $3,483. Guaranty Federal Savings and
and wife Everett
L. West to
time when everyone can get out-of. "Don't step over logs step on dark humus of hammocks through the TOS, R22E, 11300. Frank and Loan Association of Gainesville to
doors for a tromp through the woods, them first. Don't reach where you state. It only accounts for about two Eugene Snyder Jeffrey Eugene Walter F. Raleigh and wife A parcelof
\ enjoying the fresh air and sunshine can't see and don't sit down without percent of the snakebite cases be- Snyder, Lot 25, Lake Hampton Oaks, land situated the NEV4 of the
but remember it Is also a time when looking where you're going to sit," cause of Its retiring hablta and usual lying and being in S25. T7S, R21E, NWH'Of S36. TBS R22E 37000. _
poisonous snakes also start to move Van Mierop cautioned. reluctance to bite. -$100.. Gene D. Adams and wife to Richard
around. He said the best policy If a poisonous There are several other harmless Eugene F. Shaw to William Roy Rau and wife, a parcel of land : ;"
Last year, 30 snakebite cases were snake is spotted, is coexistence. snakes that resemble the coral snake Marchese, Lot 9, Block 2, The Woods, situated In Lot 4, Keystone Oaks, lying

reported to the state Division of "A significant number of people get in general coloration. But the coral $100. in the NE"4 of the SEV4. of S13, TBS,
Johns and wife Samuel
Seeber A. to
Health. Officials believe there were bitten while trying to kill a venomous snake Is the only one with a black of SEV R22E $3,000.Hugh .
many more cases that were never re snake" he added. snout and a yellow band across the Alvin Johns WH < of SEVj of Waldron to Isalas Sierra

ported. Richard Franz a herpetologist at eyes. 51, TOS R20E containing 20 acres, Aviles Lots 13, 14. 15, IS, 17, 18, and 19
IOU a poisonous snake bits you, don't the University of Florida, agrees with Because of their attractive and more or less, $100. of Block 16 of the East Survey of the
waste time treating It with a snakebite the coexistence of man and snake and colorful markings toddlers and small Chill hit been named the Charles A. Garrard to Gerald W. Town of Hampton, $2,000. '
kit if you can get to a hospital says that most of the time when children should be especially state dish of Texas.Congressman. Meyers and wife, a parcel of land Leslie E. Whitehead and wife to "
in the SWV4 of SW'/4 of S26 TSS
within an hour or two" said Dr. people are bitten they are just being cautioned not to pick them up. lying Emery L. Black and wife The West
Lodewyk Van M ierop,a Florida snake foolish. "With a little common sense ,.- R22E $20,000.Louise 210 feet of the EH of SE'/4 of NWH
Vera Hall a-k-a Vera Louise
at the UF's Shands
expert Teaching both man and snake can coexist 4900.
Hospital Gainesville.Dr. Hall to Edward W. Loper and wife, Jr. to William .
together, Franz said. Percy Rosenbloom '
Van ierop the old tradi- 4 commence at the NW Corner of SEVi land
says There are six poisonous snakes E. Thompson a parcel of
tional first aid procedures for snakebite found in Florida -the Pygmy rattler Of NEtt of S34, T7S, R22E 10000. situated In the WH of the NWH of SIS,
: such as the incision and suctionor r Imperial Florida Oil Company to
Diamondback rattler, the Canebreak ( Don T7S, R22E, 8500.
packing with ice do little good Fuqua Susan M. Bakken and Irene L. .r
or rattlesnake, the Cottonmouth II Lynn Wesley Boch Lynn
the intersection of
Faulkner begin at
are downright dangerous to the moccasin the Copperhead, and the Weslley Boch and wife to Wendell
the Southerly boundary of the NW V{ of
victim. Coral snake.Floridians. Delano Sanders and wife. Lots 7 & 8,
"The treatment of choice for snakebites ReportsI Block 4 S, R2W, of Simon J. Temple'sSubdivision
and out of state visitors 'Block 16, lying In S23 TSS, R22E,
and the
now is antivenim in adequate should all familiarize themselves with Westerly $33,500.
amounts as soon as possible," said the descriptions of these venomous boundary of State Road 200 28000. Evan W. Hodges Sr., and wife to
Van Mierop. "This cannot be overemphasized reptiles and use due caution when i Samuel J. McGarvey and wife to' Dewey Jenkins and wife Lot 10 and '
Ronnie C. Davis and wife, Lots 9 and
he added.
them. the Easterly 25 feet of Lot
facing 11, Except
of Woodlawn and SH of Lots and
10 7
I Van Mierop also stated that the ,
The Pygmy Is the smallest of the 11, all In Block 15, $8,000.
time honored method of treating 8 of Woodlawn all lying in S13, TSS,.
rattlers in Florida. It averages only I with of Martha Alexander Roberts to Effie
many our .
snakebites by cutting X-marks over about a foot and a half long but is R22E. $33,500.Nathan Sue Wofford, The East 198 feet of the
each fang puncture and sucking the farmers in the District and In Inflation to Indeed a serious Raulerson and wife to Ruth
responsible for more snake bites than SH of SWV4, except Lot in SE Corner
poison out of the wound Is useless for any venomous snake in the state. Washington last week and like threat to our nation's Gilpin, Lots 22, 1:1, and 38, la 531, T5S, 75 feet E and W by 100 feet N and S,
I coral snake bites and is often of little Franz says the pygmy Is found in me, they too were .disap economic stability and Is a top R22E. $100.WJlllam S20. T7S, R22E 4700.
help for bites of rattlers or cotton- many different habitats but usuallynear pointed that we were unable to priority problem facing Con- Marchese to William Steve Whitehead to Ronald L.

mouths. water. Even if it rattles before get a strong enough farm bill gress today. I believe the Marchese and Shelley Sue Lamb, Lot Thomas and wife Lot: 11 Block 2, In
"Don't waste time with that sort of sinking, (not all rattlers do) the rattleis to the floor of the House of American people have the will, 9, Block 2, The Woods, $100. South Gate Replat $32,800.
thing if you can be In a hospital withinan small it is inaudible.The Patricia Harris Christoffers to to Ernie D.
so Representatives to ensure strength and desire to help In B.C. Patray Patray
hour or two" the pediatric cardiologist Darrell l L. Davis and wife, SEH of Lot
Diamondback is the largest of this fight against Inflation and parcel of land situated in the NEI40fthe
and member of a special snakebite North American rattlers. It reaches a passage. 49, Keystone Heights Cemetery, $100. NWtt\ of the SE V4 of S6, TOS R22E
The farmers the President ruled
am pleased
team at the University Hospitalsaid. length of five feet or more and is con- many Richard H. Jockel and wife to $100.
sidered one of the world's most whom have come to Capitol out mandatory wage and price William Douglas Sessions, Jr., a L.G. Dail and wife to Evelyn Crawford -
Several reasons why the Incision dangerous snakes.It Hill themselves to work for controls. parcel of land situated in the NEV4 of and wife Lot 3, Block B,
and suction Is no longer recommended usually inhabits high, dry pine- passage of farm legislation There were other good the SWV4 of S13, TBS R22E, 24500. Blanding Subdivision $10,500.
as an automatic first aid procedure lands and frequents palmetto thickets have made a lot of friends. I steps the administration said It Herschel Fred Wheeler and wife to Harold L. Shippey and wife to
for snakebites is that In about and gopher tortoise burrows. It Is feel strongly that Members of will take to combat rising Jesse T Wheeler and wife, a parcel of James McCabe and wife, two parcels
30 percent of snakebite cases the large enough and its fangs are long Congress who expressed prices, such as careful expan- land situated In the W V of the SEV. of of land containing an aggregate of 6.25'

snake does not Inject any venon and enough to penetrate boot leather. reservations about this par- alan of harvesting timber on ,SEV4 of S9, T6S, R22E, $100. acres, lying partly In the SE{4 of SEV4
that this method literally may do The canebreak rattlesnake is almost ticular bill for various federal lands to increase the Mildred Padgett to Leroy G. Allen of S6 and partly In the NE'of NE'/4 of
more harm than good particularly If as large as the diamondback and reasons and wife, Lot 4, Block 11, Livingston, S7. T7S. R22E.,$15,000.
the cutting Is done with a dirty knifeor has a more potent poison. The cane- understand the problems of aupply of building materials' Truby and Company's Addition to the Lester Slade and wife to Trudie
by a person unfamiliar with the break Is restricted to the northern agriculture much better now' and hold down housing costs. Town of Starke, 10000. Durham and Mazella Durham Smith

technique. fourth of the state,being found only as and will support even strongernew In addition a special Simmle Moss and wife to'Johnny C. parcel of land'lying In the NWH\ of
Secondly, he pointed out, even if it it far south as Gainesville.It legislation to help our counsel on Inflation and a Whaley and wife, a parcel of land NEV4 of S29, T7S, R22E, 7500.
done Immediately by a person trained! frequents low, moist pinewoodsand farmers. liaison between labor and industry containing 9.92acres, lying in the Victor D'Avanzo and wife to PeterG.
In first aid the Incision and suction can be told from the diamondback Hopefully Congress will will be beneficial In NWV4 of SWV4 of S24 TOS, R21E, Giusto and wife, a parcel of land

technique can only remove about 30 by its pinkish or rosey color and come up with a workable bill helping Congress and the Ad- $18,000. containing 15.89 acres, lying in the
percent of the poison and may ac chevron shaped rather than more acceptable to the Administration ministration establish an effective Gathie Whitehead a-k-a Agatha SE'/4 of NEV4 of S32 TBS R22E $300.
tually force the venom more deeply diamond shaped markings Franz Whitehead to A.B. Whitehead and Geneva Lakes Estates Inc:, to
of turnIng -
and these program
wife,parcel of land lying in S18.TSS
Into the tissue. said. Alfred W. Hoffman and wife, Lot. 26,
the bitten limb with Ice li members which will provide the rate of Inflation R21E. 47,000.Nathaniel .
"Packing The Cottonmouth moccasin, also Geneva Oaks, $43.500. .. .
even worse" Van Mierop said. called the water moccasin ranks seriously needed assistance to downward and restoring Jones to Eugene Wilson William P. Ford and wife to WilliamA.

"If a hospital is not within reach, second after the pygmy rattler in our nstion's farmers.A American and world con Lot 26 of Block 2-Gahagan Sub- Shad, Sr., and William A. Shad, Jr..
i (an unlikely situation In Florida), number of bites. strong measure ,Is'; fidence In our economy. division In NEV4. of SEV4 of SEVt, S21, Lots 11 and 12 in SU, TSS, R22E;,
Incision and suction can be of some It averages around three feet In necessary if we are to prevent>> TOS R22E. $100. $35,000.
I' help If done within IS minutes after length and mature specimens are thousands of family farmers 4rtt Mira Jones Williams and husband Freda Brantley to '''Gerald E..
the bite" he said. "It Is useless after Thomas Williams; Eugene Wilson wife Eta of the W', of the
very dark In color. Their habit of from being forced out of farmIng Within the next few weeks Brantlyand I
r about half hour," Van Mierop said. displaying a gaping, pale mouth by bankruptcy or Insufficient i- 'i will be mailing my annual and Block.wife to Nathaniel Subdivision Jones, Lot 1 of In SWV4\ of SWVi\ S4 TOS, R22E" $100.
If such a case arises Van Mierop against the dark coils has given them which has 2-Gabagan L. Wayne bonahoo and wife to
income. NEV4 of SEV4 of SEV4 S21 TBS R22E
says It should be done their common name. Samuel Edwin Poppell and wife; Lot
r, suggests that a tourniquet be paced "Moccasins are found near water Farmers cannot continue to > proven to be extremely- helpfulIn $100.Horace 2, Block 16, Keystone Club Estates, .
wound but sell their products at prices years peat. M. Redding and Ola M.
above the only tight and are particularly common in Unit No., 1, 24000.
enough to restrict the surface blood domes," Franz said. that do not cover their costs of More than 20,000 responded Redding to Richard M. Redding part R.H. Green, Jr., and wife to Gene
/ vessels. A clean blade should be used cypress A close relative of the moccasin Is production. Without the family to last years questionnaire of Lot 33 In Woodlawn,Sl TSS, R22E, Foster, a parcel of land lying in the

i to make a single Incision (forget the the Copperhead, which la found In farmer the U.S. would be which I found to be $2,000. SEV4 of S28,.TOS, R20E, $100. 'j
X-cut. they're too dangerous.' Van Florida only along the Appalachicola faced with more large scale one of the most effective Lester B. Wright and wife and ,Eugene Foster A-K-A Gene Foster

f Mierop says) about a quarter of an River where It Inhabits the high, dry corporate farming and there la methods of communclatlor Edward Fortunato L. Arms and wife and wife and to Sebastian Joseph J. to Richard Mayben and wife, I acre' 4,

Inch long and an eighth of. an Inch woods. Like the moccasin, it lacks no doubt that between an office holder anc In NW corner of SWV4\ _of JNWV.. S34.TOS. ,'"
consumers Fortunate and wife of land
deep over each fang mark. The poison rattles and its mottled coloration provides those represented.In a parcel R20E, $100. _
from the wound with would suffer if forced to rely containing 5.4 acres M.O.lying In '
should be drawn effective camouflage among Elnora Martha Johnson to Leslie; G:
the special tubes that come with a dry leaves. on a few large corporations for an effort to be aa objective the SEV4 of 817, T7S, R22E. 10400. Johnson, Sr, Commence at the NW

snakebite kit. "Don't suck with the The Coral snake Is the only veno- their food. ". as possible, the Library of' Grade L. Sayre to Thornton A; Corner of the NE V4 of the SWV4 rt 521, '
mouth unless absolutely necessary." ;:nous Florida snake that la not a Congress helped m* prepare Sayre.a parcel of land containing 3.14 TSS. R22E $100. "
Van Mierop warns viper. The brightly colored coral the questionnaire again this acres, more or less, comprising the Nathan Raulersorrand l wife to'Annie

The beat treatment above all Is not snake Is related to the cobra and has I was pleased with' president year It covers: moat of the EH of Blocks. 11 and 12 of Crosby'LakeShores Bell Brown,Lots numbered 22.27..nd.

to get bitten and that takes only some small erect fangs, and a poison that Can,,'. action this! past critical l Issues Congress 'Is considering -' $100.Thornton A. Sayre to Grade L. 38 In 531: T5S. R22E. $100.

common sense, he said. acts primarily on the nervous system week calling on labor and industry which will affect each Kersey a parcel of land containing town and Country Homes of East
Van Mierop recommends wearing Instead of the bloodstream. to Join in soul and every one of us for years to 2.21 the of Central Florida Inc., to Harry James
acres EH
an comprising
snake boots when walking in the Another characteristic of the coral Fowler and wife Lot 3 and W yea of Lot
Inflation drive by voluntarily, come I lam looking forward toe Blocks 13 and 14 of Crosby Lake
I woods, but says any kind of shoes will snake Is that it must latch on and I, Block S. $24,000.h. .
holding down wage and price ; your response Shores 100.
provide some protection. chew in order to transmit venom.


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New Golf .
! League BegunAt '

: .

Country Club
miljiUp4 IJIIU
The Starke Golf and Country Clubs In tile first two weeks of
begun a men' golf league that competition, the team In the No. 1
will continue play for 10 weeks. position is headed by Delano Thomas
i) The league is a first for the club, with team members Steve Simmons,
fend something Coordinator Herb BUI Adams, Harold Davis, Jim *Suteet Strmwbtrrlt) TMt Side of Htavtitf
SHerrei has "wanted fa long time." Hester, and George Roberts. They .' ., r
P "We've have a net total of 2MU. < :f i"; April IO, 11'11 TELEGRAPII Page ID
really had .
a good In the No.position is team captain
I response, Herres said.He added that Warney Adkinson, with team "",>..
i while expecting only 40 or 50 persons members Paul Hutchins,Jerry Wads- ;" ''f'''
I jio turn out he has had over 60 for each worth, Mike Sexton, Clyde Ter- : 6
mutch BMS Students
wlllegar and Comer Ferryman, Their Two :
;, Matches are held each Monday net total Is 266. 1'r
f(about S p.m. The teams consist of six In the No. 3 position is team captain ? ,1'1; r s
I nnembers,and the best four scores are Grover Howard, with team members rr''
i steam i for the team's net total. The Matt Herres,Charles Tltmu, Howard Set U.S. RecordTwo
I with the best net total at the end Meyer,Jim Watts and Harold Bishop.
oCthe 10 weeks will be the winner.
j The team net total is 368.I .
L aJ a ,1

I Rotary Golf Saturday Bradford Middle School girls ., ,' The activity Is part of the year i'P! a
set a United States track record In the .round Cross Country Track and Field

'i Saturday marks the third annual scramble with a lour man team. two-person, ten-mild relay with a program. of the Bradford Roadrunners -
\Rotary Golf Tournament at the M:120 time. .
Key- Teams be established '
by tournament ,
;stone Golf and Country Club, thl.lyear' chairman, Jim Cheasln ton. Alesla Sheffield and Lovette Smith, According to Coach George Loper,
both 13, set the record back: in "This particular event Is
tournament renamed to A very ,
being shotgun-tee-of time is
set at noon, ,
the Wally Muhlhofer Memorial but those December on the BUS track and It difficult to finish, let alone achieve
participating should be
.tournament in of former there not later than has taken' until now for the U$.Track excellent time It Is a very real
Rotarian and memory Keystone city for team assignments.11 or 11:30: a.m and Field Federation (USTFP) to challenge,and for Alesla and Lovette
'policeman. Proceeds of the tournament will compile the results a unique and distinct honor for each
the go The relay event consists of two other,' their school and our
to Foundation
-? "We would like to'encourage area fund. scholarship runners, running 441)'. with their community."
'golfers and friends of Wally's either Following the tournament, awards partner until the team has totaled ten He added that as their coach he Is
;Rotarians or non-Rotarians to part! will be presented to first, second, and miles. In the race, 18 teams ran specially proud and delighted.
each other. The results "They, all the Roadrunners
icipate. said Frank Walrath. presi lace teams during social hour against were have
a ,
!dent of the Keystone Rotary Club hosted by the Keystone Rotarians and submitted) to the USTFF and ranked worked extremely hard to accomplish
The tournament will- 'be a best ball their Rotary Annes. states.nationally from the entries from all SO man ."objectives and achieve personal


d SAVE MONEY BHS Girls Track Team t 4

Runs Over Union CountyThe !

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BuS girls track team out-ran In the 220 yard dash, S. Gainey y H
the Union county team Friday on the placed second with a 30.4 time and P.
BHS track with a final score of 96-32. 'Gainey placed third with a 31.3 time.
I Vanessa Tyson took first place In Cindy Griffith placed first' in the f.yuc
WITH' THIS SPRING the 110-yard hurdles with a 18.9 time. two-mile run with 12.14 time. Linda u
Orita Covington took third place witha Richardson followed with a 13.34 time,
I 20.8 time. for second place.
SPECIALAll In the mile run, Cindy Griffith Vanessa Tyson took third place in
placed first with a 5.23 time, followed the long Jump with a 13'10'V' Jump.
New At Last by Linda Richardson with a 6:17.8 in Woody placed first In the high jump t+t I D
second olac with a 4'6' jump and Hankerson took.
second with a 4'4" jump.
ROOF COATINGFor BHS took all three places In the 440 In the shotput,M. Pittman took first
yard dash. Judy Hankerson placed with a 34'2"shot,with Celita Hawkins
test with a 84.9 time, Vanessa Tyson. placing third with her 29' shot.
Mobile Homes placed second with a 72.6 time and The BHS relay team took first In the
Kim Slocum placed third with a'72.9 '. 440 yard relay with a 56.7 time The 11
time.In .'team also placed first in the medley .
the 330 low hurdles,Orlta Coving- 'relay with a 2:07.8: time, and placed Alesla Sheffield and.Lovett.
ton took place with a 61.ft time. Janet first in the mile relay with a 4:43 time Smith.
Williams placed'second with a 64.S, !
time and Janice Berry took third witha i

Cindy 64.9 time.Griffith took first place in the- Rodrigue, GriffiIn [is Make, to Semi-Finals .

f 380 yard run With a time of 2:27: .
Brenda Tyson placed second with a -
3-204: time and Suzette Rodrigue District Ten lis Tourney
jtSingle placed third with a 3:30: time.

BHS netters'Kenny Rodrigue and lost In the second round to Hardin, breaker and 0-6. '(J,
Steve Griff volleyed their way up to Buchholz. 2-6, 36. Robbie Pierce went two rounds in
the semi-finals of doubles competition Carver lost to Fields GHS, 0-6, 04. the No. S position*first beating Dove
l ., ...ia Ut* District tournament this week, in the No 3 singles position vfe '- -'ili: i* Live Oak 6-2..4-6 6-0. and then .. ,f"I
p x but lost the aem'.tinals'eJtmlnatln-' / Hernandez lost to ColalMKW'Onit I "" N-drwppmgtoPearsorrcf PKrYofige': N '
I them* from the rest of the competition.: Hall In the No. 4 spot 6-7, 5-2 in a tieWornerl'Netters- 6',0-8. ;' P, ,
dAr Rodrigue and Griffis overpowered
?s Kilgo and Kirkland of Macclenny 7-5,
6-3 in the first round of doubles Finish Season :,ilThe
competition. In the quarterfinalsthey |
overpowered VanWie and
Wi des'
McKenize of Eastside 7-6, 5-4 in a tiebreaker '
e e and 63. BUS women's tennis team Jockel)lost to the No. seed from Lake
.. In the semi-finals they were beatenby finished their season at the District City 6.0-0( Merrl Ormsbee lost to the ''I
S12995 Dace and Sung of Oak Hall 3-6, 3-6 tournament this week with a season No. I seed I from Buchholz O-6, 08. J
Double Wides. In other doubles competition, T.J. record of 95. Cathy Futon won her first round 6-1. n
a Carver and Carlos Hernandez lost to The team is losing/ three seniors 62. but lout the second round 0-6.2-6 to .. .
Including MaterialsFor a Lucas and Miller of Macclenny In the Donna Samons, Cathy Futch and take the No. 2 seed from Gainesville ",
first round 1-6. 36. Merri Ormsbee, who "will be missed ,High fUse Johns won her first round ,
Appointment Call In singles play, Rodrigue'played greatly," according to Coach Melba 6-0, 6.1 and lost her second round to
fy- two rounds in the No 1 position, first Howard the No 4 seed
beating Cory of Brlarwood 6-1, 6-0, but Janice Jockel and Elise Johns are Janice and Merrl drew"the No. 2
JOHN BROWN then losing to Dace of Oak Hall 2-6,04 returning next year, and Coach seeded girls from GHS and "played a
in the second round Howard expects great help from Jana very fine match" but lost 3-6.1-6. said
In No. 2 singles play Griffis beat Godwin and Nancy Payne. Howard. Donna and Cathy lost in the
"Buck" Bonnett of Starke landed a Alexander of Chleflafid 6-2. 6-3. but In the district tournament. Janice No.,2 doubles 4-6. 2,6 to Oak flail. \
S7 pound alligator turtle Saturday
MOBILE HOME CENTERHwy April 15, In Sampson Lake.. He was '
fishing with a 202 rod and reel with 40 BHS Baseballers Bow 5-1 Buchholz I
lb. test line when this whopper took
21 Keystone 473-3775 his bait (a live worm).
The turtle Is Three unearned runs In the second "We had been Idle for an entire cancelled because !the field was too I
now a Highlands
inning cushioned Buchholz to a 5-1 win week and I knew it would make a wet; the game was rescheduled for I j
I resident. pm. today (Thursday, April 20), !
, over Bradford baseballers Monday' difference, said Hartley. The coach
I night in Gainesville said the Tornadoes made too many Friday, April 21, at 7:30: pm. the 4
i errors and did not make good contact Tornado nine hosts Clay High. Next i
Marcus Cruce had 'a double and
! a with the ball Monday night. Tuesday, April 25. BuS goes to Lake ,
single in three tripe and Mike Jackson Butler for a 7:30 p.m. game with
added a bunt single for the only three Union High the final
Bobby Barnes tamed the Torna- regular season
Bradford hits.
During DEALInT DAYS. Kevin Tillman did a good job pitchIng does, fanning 10 with a sweeping game for BHS. 1 I
holding Buchholz to six hits while curve. The win upped Barnes' recordto i
walking 3 and striking out four. 3-2 and Buchholz to 14-10. The The District Tournament set the
Tornadoes are 3-16 for the season. first week in May. BUS will probably I
The loss broke a. two game win have to play Palatka the first
SPECIAL LOW PRICESon streak for BHS, but Coach Mike In the top of the second the Tornadoes game. 1
Hartley was not displeased with his loaded the bases on Marcus \
young team.Moot Cruce's double to left, a walk to Doug I ,
Reddish and Mike Jackson's bunt

new MF tractors and implements! single.Northrup But and Barnes retired fanned pitcher Kevin Keith r

Tillman on a liner to second. :
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'SAVE UP TO $2, OO \\ \\ .j .?. .r .:- but three Barnes visions, four,of cruised and a shutout five through without were dashed mishap innings In 11J'ij' 1 i,.

q: the Starke sixth on a walk to Dinky II 1
We've got other bargain machine. In stock, at -MI!" antlers shed Kilby and stolen base, and an error.

prices you'll find hard to believe. Come see, come (In Dsesmber* are iprout A Wednesday game against East- r \

SAVEI a again In April and reach side before the BHS student,body was It

Truck Load Oil Sale for Use In Ford MF.- Deere their full size in June

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New, 6 Ft. 3 Pt. Rear Blade* JJ8S' $143 FinancingrVlrrl with more Mercury rfBig'un j
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(Prices,Good Thru April 28)) '. From 4 h.p. on up. \
Lee Roy Burton 'and sal. Billy,
I Ia display im pound butter cat aught .'. '
s In a water hole just a few )'ardillack "t
of the Burton home on U8-M1 north.It .
SUPERIOR TRACTOR COMPANY '",, took Burton ZS minutes land tile' k
.i full line olGlastron monster cat fish. with a light. splaalag S
rod. The big cat Just took tile worm ;
5353 West Beaver Street & Ranger boats -:# and ran with It, Burton said .'

Jacksonville, Florida and EP,O'Brien&Connolly Skis., .' ( The big fish. eoaM be ,seen
_1 ((904)) 781-9011 and accessories for all your needs i. swimming around'la Us bottom el the
water .hole but last Saturday the IBI'an
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., ; Women's Church-OpenLeag'ue F Local Boxer

"],; Because of Hope Baptist's Church Dominoa. held Et Edwards Catholic The current standings In the league Workingto
Revival last week, the Women's Open Church to 7 hits by stroking around 18 are: Merchants, ;!pot< Edward
Blue, 3-1 6t
First Baptist ;
for a 24-2 victory.
Church League will double-up on their
Catholic Church 1-8; Hope BapL, 0-3; Turn Pro
games Cassandra Johnson led the First Baptist Gold, 0-3.

MERCHANTS It Dominos, going 4-for-S, at the plate.
I HOPE IS Carnell Williams and Joy Maines John Dean, who grew up In Starke,
After 40 trip to the plate, the Merchants
J-for-4. Kathy Whitehead and wanted box. He finally got
were j always
18 off 17 hits
It was a close duel for these two Mart Grit,.. 2-for-4 Karen Lunn 2forS. gathered runs to j.i. I ,, '':t A 1 s ;,' his chance In 1976 In Erlangen,
the 7:39 18-4 Tuesday
teams on Monday, April 17, when Paula Reed and Luana win Ihf: drat I game BaotistGold.Leading .i. Germany.
18-15 both lfor4.St. IJIII".t '.' service after he
Merchants barely pulled out a MundorH were Dean went Into the
victory over Hope Baptist with a hitter for the evening for graduated from Bradford High School
Edwards led In hitting by
seven run 6th Inning rally. was J-for-2 Donna the Merchants were Karen Powell ..'. In 1976. He was stationed In Germany
With only 13 hits under their belt, Jerri Lane b going ni ,; Dawn and Debbie Broughton, going 3 for 4 One day while working: out In the
the Merchants rallied to score seven Samons. 4frGlMy assisted by Faye Whitehead who gym, he was watched by three
Bourff, all l-for-2,
runs In the bottom of the fifth Inning to Shoening, Mickey tallied 3 hits out of. 8 times at bat coaches, who encouraged him to
catch Hope, leading the Merchants by while Kathy Screening Dominos was, 1-for-l.3-0 Other hitters were Sheila Cox and iJlft1\\(\: ; continue with his boxing career.
7. Leading hitters for the Merchants Standings: First Blue, 1-; Telia Mercer, 2 for 3; Vicki Gaines, 1 ;, \: Since that day In the gym, he has
were Nan er_., Karen Powell, Jan Merchants, 2-0; Baptist for 3; Mary Felton 1 for 4; and Nan : fought In Italy, Spain and Germany
Powell and Sheila.Cox, all 2-for-4; I:St.Edwards 1-2; Hope Baptist,0-2; Crews and Jan Powell, each 1 for S for ''!i and has captured three titles, which
Linda Powell, Mary Felton, Telia First Baptist Gold 0-2. the git mo. Include the European Golden Gloves
scheduled Monday,
Mercer and Sylvia Wheeler, all 1-for- Next games: Gathering 9 hits on 28 trips to the Championship Of his 64 fights,he has
1-for-S for the April 24, 7:30 p.m.; Merchants vs Gold their'' 'j' .
4;Vickie Gaines, game plate. First Baptist owed lout two. i
First 1
Domlnos First; 8:45: p.m.,Gold. Baptist hits to Melody Morris, Z for 3; Helen After he gets out of the .Army In
Collecting IS hits on IS runs Hope Blue vs Baptist Crosby for 3; Leslie Crosby 1 for Zj; ( 1979, Dean can turn semi-pro. He
was led by Jackie Mersey, 2-for-4; Jan In a late inning rally on Monday Jean Morris, 1 for 1; and Gwen ,4' : plans to look up his old coaches, and
McRae, Shirley Gnann, and Cherrle April 17, the Merchants came withinone Moxley, Carolyn Sapp, and Loretta. ) train for the 1980 Olympics Then his
Gnann, all 2-for-S; Tammy Hersey. 2- win of the undefeated Dominos In Marc hunt, each going 1 for 3. : goal Is to turn pro.
for-2; Cheryll! Douglass, 1-for-l; the Women's Open Church League. : At the present time he Is on leave
Donna Harris and Tammy Baldree,l- The Dominos won (their game against ? from Germany, but doesn't plan to
for-3 each; Mary Hersey, l-for-5. the SL Edward's Catholic Church on F.BAPT. BLUE 18-HOPES r work out while in Starke. "I am lust
Mon.and the Merchants played againon Rallying collect 13 hits on 32 tripsto going to spend time with my family,"
bat, the First. Baptist Blue club
Tuesday night defeating the First Dean said.
DOMINOS 24 Baptist Gold club to tie the Dominos pulled out a 18-5 victory In the second Co''" Ills parents James and Carrie
ST.EDWARDS for first place. each .11th h twine 3-0. game of Tuesday's action. Leading Dean live with their other three
First Baptist were Michelle Sapp 2 L :r.;. children In Starke.

I for 3; Martha Grable, 2 for 2; Jana .. "n,-..-.j' ,...w.... ""n i: '''' ........ !
Godwin. Lynn Pierce, going 2 for 4
each, Debra Alvarez, 1 for 2; Teresa

I I '. L E E Hobbs and Christie and Nancy Heckling Payne,1 and for 3 Trade each; John Dean In Germany training 1st, Edwards Church' Hall Every Saturday 8:00: P.M.']

George, both playing 1 for 4. for the European Champion Title.
eaaac oaQao Snafoting/ 0 hits for Hope Baptist 0 I II G 0
were Jan McRae. 3 for 3; Cherrle
J j I Gnann 1 for 2; Tammy Mersey 1 for
411 N Temple Ave. Stark, FlaHAWAIIAN.
Bradford Bassmasters held their all boats weignea, we lound Jody I; Cheryl Douglass, 1 for3.
April tournament on the Dunnellon Starling and Red Murphy tied for first .
backwaters Saturday April 15. place. Jody also landed the largest ...
Boats were launched at the county bass for the day.
landing on the backwaters at 6 a.m. If On behalf of the club, I would like to
the hydrilla continues to grow duringthe congratulate these Bassmasters for
next 12 months as It has the last 12 their performance.
months, the Dunnellon backwatersare Ray Arnold was voted In as a new
in trouble bad trouble. club member at the Basamasters'
The State of Florida must come up monthly meeting Monday night, April r
with a cure for troublesome weed. 17. As a new club member, we wish b
With the "solid" stumps plus the Ray lots of luck in the future. I'
hydrilla, Dunnellon Is much worse The May tournament Is set for May FAIR
than Rodman to fUh.I 6 at Santa Fe Lake. The tournament
used to complain about Rodman will begin at 6 a.m. All boats will I ,
being bad. A tournament in RodmanIs return to the landing at noon for the
like coming home after a long jour- annual fish fry. CHOICE I t r
ney compared to Dunnellon. Although -
1 haven't fished Rodman Fish hush puppies, grits, slaw, tea
lately. etc. will be prepared between noon HOT "as u.s. #I IDAHO '
If any one wants to get a Bass- and 2 p.m. Bassmasters will man
mubtcr's plain talk about Dunnellon, their boats m.and continue the
call BassmasU-r Earl Muse; he Is tournament until 8 p.m. 8 HAMBURGER BAKING
capable of telling It lust like it Is. Earl Looking forward to a big turnout for
says if we hold another tournament in the annual fish fry.We're also expect PAIL ROLLS POTATOES
Uunnellon.a lawn mower will become ing a lot of bass to be caught 46oz CAN
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each First a.o Baptist after two and weeks l Madison o'J I Canova for 2;, i David for 3 and Gaines and -BrookcriHope MCDONALDS 38-LAKE BUTLER: Lake DuUt>r'. leading hitters were 2 for 4, with homer DeWayne i
; Randall one :
tied for the Grabbing their first win for the new" ,Men's Open City
early lead In Mona League play C J. .
Drlggcrx. Ennl and J. Howell
lord. 1 for 4. season, Brooker llardc-0. :3 for 3. Larry Mercer and
out-hit officially
LeagueSoItball play sponsored Hope, 12 hits began Monday night at 730pm. all I lorI
John Hamwy.2 for3 Terry Galnes, I
Starke Recreation to to. Hitters for Breaker were J.E. ., pitting McDonald's :
111 this week'! play Department.wmt KIrst FIRST BAPTIST MBROOKER8 Molt :3 for 3; Jerome Kelly 1 for 1;, newest team in the league against Lake the HAMPTON H-LWCI4 for 3. Jim Lewis t for 4: Alike Glenn.Hitlers ,
24-8 by firooker Joe Robinson. 2 for 3; William Butler Merchants Scoring 8 runs in the first {Inning 1 for i.
Madison Street dominating the game from Harrell, 2 for 4; A.B. Adams 1 for 2; Waters took control of the LWCI teamof for LWCI were J. Wright 3for
Kingsley Lake Bae181 won ( first bat First Baptist collected 20 and Clinton Sellers Bruce Wolfred McDonald's rapped out 3.1 hits and Raiford, holding them to 8 hits. 3: W Evans, 2 for 2: L Lee and M. "
Baptist edged Hope Baptist Baptist from! 45 trips to the plate to score and Ronnie Sellers,all going for 4 for scored 38 runs with Lake Butler Leading hitter for the Waters' club Shannon each 1 for 2 and G. Harris ,
Pine Level Baptist beat runs against Brooker'a 8. Leading the game. behind with 5 hits and 3 runs. Leading was Doug Brown. 4 for 4. Bill Malone and P Klllacky 1 for 3.each

Lake Baptist 18.18, for First Baptist were Johnny hitters for McDonalds were Randall _.u___ -__ t
and Lee Casey, each 3 for ,5.I Hope had 10 hits from 31 trips to the Thomas Bill Ratlif,and Greg Moyer.all .
Church Up to date standings on the with an in the park homer in the plate. Hitters for Hope were Harold 4 for 5,Moyer with 2 homers. Backup _
League are as ; Inning Bishop, 3 for 3' Ronnie Jones, and hitters were Terry Hardee and
Bapt LeVel 3-0, Madison St., 3-0. lstlng hitters for the evening Doley Mersey, 1 lee 2 each; Dan Dodd ,'. Danny McKinney each 3 for 6,
Lake 1-3 1-2; Brooker 1-3; Sullivan, 3 for 3; Mark Milner, 2 1 for 3 with a homer inside the park;. McKinney with an in the park homer: IIIi
2. ; New River 1-1; and ( IIi; Whittle and Jimmy Crosby, Jr., James G. Broome and Jesse Lee' Donald Wheeler, 3 for 5; Johnny
1 lor 3; Boone, 1 for 4; Bobby each going 1 for 3; Ronald Dirt andIUchard Powell and Steve Cox 2 for 5; Fred IV Ii
Next scheduled gomes are: 2 for 3; Jimmy Crosby Sr., 2 Hall; 1 for 4 for the evening. Wheeler for 3; Dale lions,Slur 2.
April 21 at 7:30 p.m. New 2: and Carter. 1 for 3.
Hope; 8:45: p.m., First Kevin"s' ,
Madison Strovl. scored six of their 8 runs;,in
fourth Inning after three runners o9
PIne Level 18Klngrd.y walked to the base. Leading Cannon Welding Takes Tourney
Lake 16 hitters were Joe Robinson 1 .
[ 2; Ronnie Sellers, Ricky Mott, il
Picking up their first win Terry Thomas, all 1 for 3 Cannon Welding swept through the vllle: Senne Lumber of Melbourne;
season Pine Level pulled the the evening. Starke Pre-Seanon Invitational Slow- North Fla. Construction (McElroy's)
the Kingsley Lake Club and Pitch Softball Tournament sponsoredby of Lake City; Beordrinkers of .
26 hits out of 44 trips to bat MADISON STREET 17KINCSLEY the Green Machine, April 14-16 at Macdenny; Milkdrlnkers of Calla-
them to 15 runs, to take the LAKE 2 Wcstsidc Park for first place with han; and H & H Construction of Daytona .
Hitters for Pine Level were Williams led the Madison St. Sonne Lumber of Melbourne taking a Beach. n,
Milner and Steve Thomas, 4 tint men to a 17-2 victory, in the second place showing Richard Almost perfectly matched defen ;
Frank Durrance. and Bruce ; game of play Thursday, April Mummau of Cannon Welding was" sively, all 12 teams played hard in the
4 for 5; Lyn Broome 3 for 4 by going 3 for 3 at the plate. Assist awarded the Most Valuable Player sweltering heat on Saturday and 1
Mains, 8 for 5; Denton DeVoe;, Williams In the victory were Joey 'award for excellent defense and Sunday afternoon However the two Timmy Eiland of Hampton runs to second

4; Bobby Milner, 1 for 5; Jerry Blalock, and David strong offensive playing Kenneth Starke teams failed to take first or ,
Blackburn, 1 for 1; and ,each 2 for 3; Wayne Teston,2. Carlton of the Green Machine took second billing in thie battle.
R".nkpnHhln, 1 for 3. 4, Stuart Duncan,Jimmy Alvarez, home the home Run Trophy after McDonald's played 3 tough'' games Family Day Kicks Off '
Norman, all going I for 3; David stroking 12 homers out of the park for and retired early on Saturday after .
Kingsley Lake had 21 hits on 41 I for 2. the week-end. noon. The Green Machine took third r:
to the plate, for 15 runs. Hitting Lake couldn't pull the Participating in the tournamentwere place after playing some of the toughest Dixie Youth Baseball
Lake were Brad Crawford 4 together In time, with only four McDonald's and Green Machineof teams in the district.All .

Donnie Douglass Elder, 2 for 2: for the eveningall gathered by Starke; the RoadRunners of Palat. proceeds from the concussion Family Day, sponsored by the each 2 for 2; Darrln llardee./ : I'for 3. :
Crawford each 2 Crawford, Curtis Crawford ka Ray's Metal Works of Waldo
; ; ; stand were given to the Starke Starke Recreation Department on with a blasting homer in the first '
Curtis Crawford 2 for 5; Gilmore and Kenneth Mott, Cannon Welding Machine I
Recreation Department by the Green April 15 at Pratt Street Park, was inning Hitters for the Mete Jeff
Molt and Daniel Crews, 2 for 4; 1 for 2 at the plate Shop and Wood-Hopkins of Jackson- Machine termed a success by all who attendedand Coltrune. 2 for 3. one hit a 3-run

participated In the activities to homer: Sam Griffis. 1 for 2; Mike II'
kick off the Dixie Youth Baseball Clovln and Marty Irons I for 3.
League program here. .
At 1 p.m.after the Invocation by Mr. LAWTKY BLUE.-HH/VVK8S '
James Fender the first of four hour Pitcher. Anthony Williams struck
long games between the National out 8 batters, three in a row In the
I FOOD League and the American League of third inning, and held the Braves to 5 i
:,I 1 the Dixie Youth baseball program hits for a &S Lawtey Blue win..
began with the 'meeting of the Williams gathered his first victory
Dodgers and the Mets.DODGERS3METES. and assisted In hitting for hi* own t
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FAIR Brave pitcher Billy Helli struck
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Shane Johnson, the Mets defeated the hits but losing in the last Inning.
Dodgers 6-3 In the first game of the leading hitters for the Braves were
day.The Kenny DeWitt and John David
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METHODIST Frampton Family Scheduled For SingA
iiiic viii Tk. Wmler Smith Family from ,
WUllitcn will king Saturday night, '
YOUTH Wesley. Smith April U.aC 7:30 p.m. In concert at lice Gospel Sing will be held Saturday Frampton Family of Stark, plus

IIVAI i "," pine Level BaptUtCknrch auditorium April 22 at7:30: p.m. at the Congregational other? local singers.
Mrs. Ruth John and Mrs. Marba i 3.' mile weal of 8Urk on &R.IM.In Methodist Church. Rd. 189., in Refreshments will be served.
Whittle nerved a snack supper to the : ins! the Wealey Smith family flair ord. Pastor B.L. Coleman Invite everyone
youth at the Church: Sunday evening. I Family To Sing turned their talenU U music la the Featured singers will be the to attend the Gospel Sing
Senior Youth: Terri Smith gave the work of Jetlll. Christ Lit* In turn., became -
devotions and vice president Stacey brighter and warmer for the FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Denmark conducted the meeting. The entire family through/ this dedication SUNDAY: Bible Study. 10 a.m.; GRACEBAPTWTCHURc8R.lotA8oa&h .
group will meet at the church: Sunday. Here and commitment to the Lord a family Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; ,
April 23 At a-30 pm. for a trip to t Saturday spokesman takt.AdrnlMlon Evangelistic!: Service 6:30 p.m. SUNDAY! Bible study; id i.m|
Jacksonville to go bowling It free. Everyone I* WEbNESDAY Bible 7 Morning Worship, 11 ..m.; Church
,, : Study, p.m.
Junior Youth: President Donna ", .I," Invited to attend. FRIDAY: .Royal Rangers and Training 8:30 p.m; Evening" .
Thornton conducted the meeting/ of ,, Mlsvlonette, 7:30: Worship 7:30 p.m. r ..
J p.m.
the Junior Youth. The group will beholding Pastor Harden and the church WEDNESDAYS Bible Study and

a car wash at the Community Catholic Women Meet Set for April; 2325The ', family Invite you to our "Happy Prayer. 7:30: p.m.; Adult Choir
Stale Bank Parking lot this Saturday Church." : p.m.
April 22.
All youth are encouraged! to come Holy Spirit theSplrllof Love" deanery will be St Augustine 1
and join the youth choir which will Is the theme for the 4uth Annual Deanery, Beulah Baptist ObituariesJacob I
have Its first choir practice this Convention of the St Augustine Guests will Include Bishop Paul F.
Sunday evening April 21. The choir Diocesan Council of Catholic Women, Tanner of the St Augustine Diocese I Cemetery WorkingSet

will meet from 7-5:| Io8x: > p.m. Mrs April 2329llcadquiirlers: and MnRr! W Louis Quinn. Cathedral E.Lehnherr.M Mr.Rn T.Crt."88 .
l the Sheraton Inn at Palm Coast SaturdayThere
director and Mrs Adu Moderator of the United States.
: Reddish will be Chief
Heights died Thursday afternoon Saturday morning following a ,long Ill>>-
pl nlllL Klorldii April >l M and 25' 1978: host
will be a working of the April 13. In Alachua General Hospitalin ness.
Beulah Baptist Church old cemetery Gainesville fallowing a brief Illness. Born In Minnesota on May 13. 1891.
this Saturday April 22. Born Dec. 7. 1887 in GUIs Grove Mr Crist was a retired building contractor
Turkey Trot Road gate will be Illinois Mr. Lehnherr lived In and a member of the Presbyterian
open Orlando for 38 before church. He had lived In Florida
from 7:43 a.m. to 8:45: a.m, to allow years moving
access to the Clay County old the Park of the Palms at Keystone for the past eight years.
Heights In 1975. He was a retired Survivors Include two daughters: ..
salesman for an office equipment Mrs. J.B. Talley Jr, of Starke and
company and was a member of the Miss Virginia Crist of Stanford
CARD OF THANKS Park of The. Palms Church. Texas; one lon, Virgil W. Crist of

Suvlvors Include one brother Pecos Texas; one sister Mrs. Leroy' .
Charles 0 Lehnherr of Brookfield Reason of Mission Texas; five, / :
.1 IN MEMORYIn Missouri and one sister, Mrs. Flo E.: grandchildren and six great grand-
Memory of AUBREY MOORE who. Kuhlman of Vero Beach. children.
passed away April 17, 1977: Funeral services were held Funeral services: were held

Saturday morning! April IS In the Tuesday at graveside In Crosby Lake
i Be gentle with him now, dear Lord; DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Cemetery with Rev Charles SwarU '
lie was a gentle man, you know. < Chapel with Mr. Ernest Woodhouseand officiating. Interment followed in
Open thy arms wide and welcome him Mr. Robert Mojonnier the family plot. eWllt C. Jones
in. For he was tired and full of woe. Burial was In the Riverside Memorial Funeral Home was in charge of

Park Cemetery In Jacksonville' p/rangements.. .
9.9511L3 Give him your tender loving care. Jacksonville.
That shall make his spirit soar;
Give thy gift life Thathe Clinton J.MacPherson.
II.t.7. may rejoice evermore.

747 STAPLER E1llpff( aI1p.Ch.nixn J, MacPherson Mrs Carlle Mae Jordan. 62. of
a? Clinton ,78, of Route
Alma. Ga died
JK gBnd r Make room for him In thy glorious died Wednesday. April 12,
3, Starke
Monday morning
ID'aep w i, house And prepare for him a bed; April 17, in Bradford Hospitalfollowing In Alma Hospital. Mrs. Jordan Is a
white former resident of Lake Butler
2.24 On a soft cloud with a pillow of a brief illness.
d' ghltI I -'l'am satin Where he may rest his / Mrs.: Jordan Is survived by three
Jf.IIl If weary Born November 16, 1899 In Mars
u l lie; head. ions: Randall Jordan of Greenville,
Hill Maine MacPherson was a S.C.and Lee and
STACKABlES BY ELDON retired furniture and Harry Benny Jordan
1i'''' Frhnnq" ] "orfingfrfn ulrnq.irtl gono'olI Sometimes when the loss and grief I member of the Grace repairman Church.Mr. a. of Alma Ga.;. one daughter Mrs,
fMnart n ,. Baptist
I ,
romp mr 11..r '.Iw" < nltvn" p nryda.lgninaln feel Are almost more than I can MacPherson who lived the Paulette Terry of Jax.?; one sister
r' h'lI" 'Iflp.c'' tty'unotc al' hip dente bear on E. Faulkner of. Starke four
ing DO| i ft" P""O i:: Wi8 'OHI HBtlC.6 ; Meng Dairy Road moved here in Mary ;
i sang ai JE BE Of t I BLACK bMOKt I look to heaven with wide-open eyes. February from Clarcona, Florid brothers: George M. Faulkner of
BUCK BROWN 6NLENhrGNAY And Lake Butler. Robert Faulkner
can see him there. Survivors Include his Mrs. of
SUPER STACKABLES From his loving wife wife Raiford.Preston (Edgar)Faulkner of
Dortha Clark MacPherson
King"";loam hay,for dale' |>f ,F. .ing and'olhwlorin Lilly Mae Moore ; a son, Jax. and Paul Faulkner of Stake;,
upli 14"'H ai." 2' high William II. MacPherson of Winter and five
Print BLACK "SMOKE Park; three daughters: Mrs. Marge
1.79 690 DZ 4.5zBEG Special thanks to all the people who Arndt of Orlando, Mrs Arlene Funeral services were held Friday,
DZ 195hL02U0 prII14.,at the Corinth Free Will Bap-
at house fire Boumlval of Winter
responded so quickly our Park and Mrs.
HLOI1l tist Church:with burial In the
last Thursday night. We shall always Barbara Lugo of Waterbury Conn.; cemetery, Crosby Funeral church
remember with the kind- three stepdaughters Mrs. Home of
PAPER MATE ASSOCIATED gratitude : Phyllis
Alma Ga was In charge of
WRITE BRO&. 600 nesses expressed by the many people Sheets of Alaska. Mrs. Fay Ethe- ments for the funeral. arrange-
who helped us.The ridge of Starke and Mrs. Kay Nutter
I is Family of Dave Woodard of Lakevllle, Minn..; five sisters; Mrs.
Wrn.amo/e PENCILS 1e13 ..s,:1s.:, roii 12 Edna Markham and Mrs. Eva Porter JOHN PATRICK KELLY

Ihanamle, HtQhuunlilySmooth I Roil 120 e.I ''e Q The family of Elizabeth Crews both of Palm Bay Fla., Mrs. Ruby Joseph Patrick Kelly.> 44. died
Non iohhWle J, 9 Y Gallupe of Michigan Mrs. Verna March 27. at his home in Titusville. ...
IM'tnl snow* witting'lead es 'r .. would like to express thanks and where he had
610 SCOTCH : Hawksley of Bangor Maine and Mrs. resided more than 20
ink jlw .pec>allyDonuod I appreciation for the food
FINE POINT Rod I BRAND MAGI o. flowers and kindnesses prayer extended to Edith Hawksley of Elaine, Maine; 19 years. A native of Brooker he was the.
HiUlUE EOwBLACK .fdMf TRANSPARENT TAPE us grandchildren and several great son of Eustace Kelly of Silver Lake ',,
inSOFT during our time of grief. It will alwaysbe
and the
f.IIUI. grandchildren.Funeral late Gertrude H. Kelly v
MEDIUM L MEDIUM wod, '!1ft 10"1)1>01" appreciated and remembered. Besides
coq his
services were held father he is survived bya
POINT in SOFT THUE ; Mrlu 'f,,., '0 I."b.wm.non 1 8 V522Go
BLUE.NED. MEDIUMMEDIUM' / A'mool/no".Ib'' / on me91.Yf/oaF/ e Wednesday afternoon April 19, In the daughter, one brother. Kustaco Lee
BLACK a : Baptist Church at Ocoee, Kelly Jr.. of Panama City: and asister.
O.REEN MAUD w -.' witl.a 12.. ,I' ."''.. '.4. PEG j 1>6 MANAGER-13 CORRECTION TO Florida with Rev. Walter Fowler officiating. ..Helen Dale Heap. Orlando. .:

lf.KT Ddegq. I ii; W'*i:.....t JIMMM.ta'.l; *w.* 1..*?..REO.PO 292"w'duna' t 10i ELECTRIC CLOCK THANKS. vrh.. name which ran should April have 13. read Burial was in Woodlawn ,, Funeral services were held March
I'corc. ..., REO 314 Euy to read numorulv8w0 vpaughter and grandchildren of Memorial'Park Cemetery. Arrange"ments 30. In Smith Funeral Home'ab Tif us.
DeWitt vine with burial in the Titusville
p cond hand ** We were by C. Jones
Nancy Starling. apologize.
laigi 12 dial Funeral Home of Starke. Cemetery.

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fI A M'PTON.t; AREA .. '

'. .' I '. IIr by Carolyn Eaves Junior Troop 60S are working on
{ Last Thursday Lucile Godwin and I Skater and plan a get-together in
by Dolores) e lIf from the Gainesville Air Port In an pent the day with Delate Woolfe in Lake Butler soon.
Phone 15&3$13MEETINGS: area Including Hampton and the Mandarin and visited a few minutes Junior Troop 614 has completed
Lake. with Janet. Teresa Gen>and Wesley Hospitality and Annie Loper has. ,....
Mrfc;Louise Brodsky from Miami Boype.: They all send greetings to earned her Sign of the A)'row.
taking care of Jennie Rhea while her their Starke friends. The girls were QSP due April 28 pleas mail In to
The Hampton Senior Citizens (nut- mother Mr. Diane Bruno, I Is active Girl Scouts while they lived Council as soon as complete.DAYCAMPSET .
will meet Frida Everyone Z't at 2 .mat, hospitalized. here. Tereta Is now In a Senior Troop '
the City Hall. Is welcome! and Gerry I Ia in Cadettes In Mandarin. Girl :
All are invited to Scout: Camp Neyatl. located on
attend the discussion HAMPTON LAKEDolly Teresa received
of the'HUD Program sche ea1r-4LL an opportunity to Kingsley Lake will be the' lite of the
Washington D.C. last
duled for,Tuesday > year which the day camp June 26-30. All girls ages fl- 1
evening. April 25. Simpson underwent surgery said was great.This year she was first 17
at 7:30: pm: : at the City Hall Dave at North Florida Regional Hospital!lln runner-up In the Miss Wolfson High Girl are Scout welcome.organization Membership Is in the/ 'I!
Tillls of Gainesville not a '
who represents Gainesville last Friday. We hope she. Contest and was proud enough of requirement for attendance
the Coastal plains Region Commission Is able to return home soon. M being! a Girl Scout: to list that In her Some of the scheduled
will be 4 activities are
on hand to discuss this Kenny Crawford Is recuperating at ? credits. Congratulations. water ,
program which could result In a grant home following an emergency appendectomy I{ Thursday evening Senior Troop 669 crafts sports and conservation.hiking baton For twirling,
Wj5: *city,,: < at Alachua General Hospital had as their guest Kathy Casey who Information please call Mrs. Caroline 'gf,
on April It This also happened to be spoke on college and the teaching:: pro- Eaves al WM-S812. ,P I
"Jf,t LITTLE LEAGUE his mother's birthday. Sheryl fession. After the 1
Crawford. Sheryl had some lovely red 51331S asked Kathy to slay for refreshments ITT Kayonler Offers
The Bad News Bears have come to roses-and another beautiful bouquet where she was surprised with a
Hampton! This Is really good news which she was admiring at First Kitchen Bridal Shower. Kathy has TwoSeholarshipsITT
however since a large group of.7,8, Federal In Starke. She was interrupted been a program aide for Laurie
and i year old, boys and girls turned from celebrating with a Mulllna at Neyatl Day Camp each announced today
out for a great meeting April 17. All telephone call that Kenny was in summer and these girls had been In that the Foundation will again award
ball fans are-urged to come out to misery. He had' spent the day at her unit. scholarships to two outstanding; high
participate In this league. Tickets are school but had a sudden attack. We The planning for the shower was school seniors In the Florida
on hand for s$50 prize to be awardedon are glad he Is doing well now and enjoying Girl Scouts and out-of-doors. The!gifts operating area. The announcementwas
May 22 from any member. Pray their new home or were displayed In a Bar-B-Que grill I to made by Ernest P. Davis' i
tices are being held on Tuesdays and the lake. Laurie and Patsy) which Resident Manager of ITT Kayonier,
Thursday at 5:30: p.m. looked very much like the BackyardFun Southeast Timber Division.
CONGRATULATIONS badge and the cake had a brick Davis noted that the annual)
CONGRATULATIONS! fireplace on grass with an outdoor scholarships have been awarded since
Alesla Sheffield daughter of Mr. Student Raise Wild Rabbit chI.' A recipe box held recipes from 1970 to outstanding students II f
Mrs: Ruth Dennison celebrated her and Mrs. Frank Sheffield Is to be congratulated the girls including "famous" Girl graduating from high schools and /
birthday on March 23. She was for setting a new national Bradford Middle School eighth grader Brace Rehberg with two wild rabbits Scout recipes. Other surprise guests living in counties where ITT Kayonier \
honored at the City Hall with a party track record with Louette Smith also he Is raising on a baby bottle. Bruce.'13, the ion of Mr. and Mn. Harry Included staffers front Neyatl and significant timberland ownership. .
given by her daughter. Mrs. Virginia an 8th grader at Bradford Middle Rehberg of Bayleao llwy. found the rabbits In a field that wal being plowed Kathy's first grade teacher as well as These counties are Baker Bradford, ...
Koark.. ,,, School! Their picture appeared on Saturday April. The two little cottontail estimated to be about two weeks her mother' and Johnny's mother. Columbia Gilchrint and St. Johns in
Best wishes go to Ruby Roark last Sunday's Gainesville Sun with the old. were the only survivor Everyone had alot of fun and we do "Florida and Camden and Charlton In
Johnson who was married on April 7 information that the girls covered ten Bruce said be to them milk from a baby bottle and they have Just wish only the beet for the future for Georgia.
to Johnny Gask'ns at his home In miles In the record time of 64 minutes, begun to eat lettuce. Jack Rabbit and Shirley Bruce would like to raise' Kathy and Johnny. Since we cannot I 5
Kaiford! 12 seconds. This record has been accepted them and enter both In the Bradford County Fair next year. have Neyatl without K.C. we have Students may secure applications at "
by the U.S. Track and Field offered to let them honeymoon there, their high school in these seven
.. CONVALESCENTS Federation. We are proud of them! different, huh? counties. ,

\ David and Cheryl Meng are the ._. .
Russell Sherwin who Involved 4HNEWS41I110RSE -j
was of
proud parents a baby girl, Carrie
several weeks ago In a truck accident Lyn. born April 17 at Shands Hospital Take Me Home! !
In North Carolina Is recuperating at |In Gainesville. She weighed 7 Ibs., 14
home. :* ". oz..and measured 22 Inches. Maternal COUNCIL Those attending the meeting Included -
Dexter Roberts 'returned home grandmother Is Mrs. Adele Goetzmanof April 13 the newly formed Bradford : Jane Siegmund Barbara
April 18 from the Naval Air' Station Keystone Heights. Maternal great County 4-H Horse Council met. The Gordon, Barbara Anderson Rena
Hospital in Jacksonville where he grandmother Is Mrs. Lois Tanner of purpose of this council Is to promoteand Herndon Paula K.Anderson. Clifford !
spent several weeks following a heart Paternal grandparents are supervise horse activities In this Brunettl Sherry and Don McDavld.
attack. Francs and Dolores Meng. Paternal county Bill and Sandra Nelson, and Claire "
Mrs. Diane Bruno has been great-grandmother la Mrs. Freda and Mike Brunettl. rplrr
hospitalized at Alachua General Meng of Toledo. Ohio Carrie has a An Open 4-H Horse Show has been The next meeting will be Thursday,
Hospital for two weeks and hopes to sister Tina Marie. scheduled by the Council for June 3. April 27, at 7:30: p.m. at the Bradford
return home soon Mrs. Lucy Hodges attended the This Western show proposes some- County Agricultural Center In Starke. r fj
"Holiday on Ice" performance in thing for everyone and Includes Anyone interested may attend. For fjr
FISH FRY Jacksonville Tuesday night. She was classes for beginners, equestrians, more information call 468-21149'or 9645860. -
accompanied by her daughter-in-law gamers and even .
Everyone is invited to enjoy the Bette and granddaughter, Aimee r
Fish Fry Saturday beginning at 5. p.m. Hodges. Felony Fugitive Caught in BrookerBrooker
at the Hampton Fire House,' Martin Meng is- working with a
Members and friends of the electrical contractors In Joseph City, marshal Tommy fugitive warrant. Perdue wanted In
Hampton Area Volunteer Fire Arizona. lie Is enjoying the opportunity Raulerson assisted by Bradford and Alachua County for burglary of a The In Dasher 8 Track
Department are sponsoring this event of traveling to various parts of Alachua County sheriffs deputies, dwelling and grand larceny. was t
for the benefit of the Department. The the country In his line of work arrested David R. Perdue, 25, of observed In Brooker by Raulerson AM FM Steno
menu consists of fresh fish baked Windsor, Friday, April 15, on a felony and arrested at 8-45 a.m. Two Speakers
beans cole slaw and cake for a $2 $9995 ,
donation. Many door prizes will be SCHOOL NEWS.
given away that evening as a bonus!t'' Wayne B. Dukes P.L.S. Additional
Call Josephine Fontaine or Evelyn CTBS Testing has been completedat '
Vaughan to volunteer help. The Hampton Elementary School a' Speakers Available Completely Installed t
emergency number of the Fire tedious task for teacher and ANNOUNCES .
Department Is now 964-61611 Students.HoweveriiaUwent. THEpPENING It
.1, sod .J.'M..' ., J ( well with few ab- ... Lafayette
,. "' 'I ,.. ...I' Of A l" .American\ FamilySound
"ITEttBRAtlOlSS. ;' '> 'Iientee. Jdu.lng t.period.<' .fe. f, *
llli, ifl.T ,11}! r I. i v "Teachers are pleased with the "L'AND SURVEYINIOFFCE', t Jj!

Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Smith are overall performance and patience of I '' "" i 56-A Call St 964-732 'l', t
enjoying the visit of their son and the students. All are grateful for the V ,At' ,,. rJ
family. Richard and Althea Smith and help of the following people during r I ,\ Starke'
children. Richard and Jeffrey of testing: Mrs. JoAnn Horne Mrs. Phone'964-6$57? i '
Grafton Vermont, who arrived in Diane Da vis, Mrs.Jolene Frieze, Mrs. :bst- .'
Waldo on Friday via Amtrack train. .Michelle Parker. Mrs. Cathy 864 N. Temple Ave., Starke (Across From Pizza Hut) 4
On Saturday they all acquired suntansat Williams and Mr. Don Roberts. They
Flagler Beach. On Sunday they all were all faithful In helping throughoutthe
helped Sylvester's mother, Mrs. A.J. tests, and their service was In.
Oliver, celebrate her 75th birthday In valuable to everyone! -
Jacksonville. It was the first time the Stephanie Klrchaine was welcomed i Big Little t. ..
family of seven children were all together back to the third grade after attending "* ,, --
In 41 years, so it was a joyous school In Virginia Beach. Her brother. .... _- Wv Have
occasion: Douglas, is in the first grade. .... -- .
A Joint birthday celebration was Struck Out:
held April 18 honoring the 7th birthday LUNCH MENU ,
of Jeffrey Smith which occurred on April 24-28 Prices
April 2: Betty Smith's birthday fell on F Bison
April 5: and Butch Smith had his MONDAY Stew meat, rice _
birthday on April 20! mustard greens, banana puddirig.
T.J. Smith reinlisted in the U.S. cornbread. milk. 24x40 24x70
Army recently. He will be Involved TlJESDAHamburRer on bun.
with the Medical Department. After lettuce tomato, pickle, french fries '
leaving; Fort Ord, Calif., In October, fruit cup. cookie milk.WEDNESDAY 3 Bedroom :A Br' 2 B Furnished Satoh
he will go to Texas for training. Fried chicken Furnished & Carpet & Fully Carpeted :By
Among those performing with the mashed potatoes green peas and
Middle School Band last Saturday at carrot applesauce biscuit, milk. '$
TIIURSDAYCheese with '8850
Circus World near Orlando were D.J. 14,89524x60
Riddlck with his drums. Bryan Clark macaroni, peanut butter sandwich
with his flute, and Darla Roberts and greek salad, green beans with
her saxophone. Mrs. Ruth Riddick potatoes, fruit jello. milk. ,
and Mrs. Bonnie Baxter took the FRIDAYTurkey salad green F- aye
musical equipment for the band.They limas. potato chips, *..? orange, rolls, $11 990
All Elec.
milk. 3 Br ,
all enjoyed the attractions which Included -
the zoo, circus performances, T
various rides including riding an
elephant! 24x60 3 Br 2 Bath Shingle Roof

GRATITUDE Hampton CouncilTo Wood Siding Circle Kitchen $ r
Furnished & Carpet "! ,
Mrs. Susie Lott wishes to thank all .LI
who helped her coming to the aid of Meet Tonight
the Russell Sherwin family during the Starke; Home964a741'
past three weeks. Many donated food For Water.Talks
or money and assisted in other ways *) \
while the family was In need. Center .
Mr: and Mrs. Wilfrid Fontaine attended '
the Flea Market in Ocala on There will be another Public r

Saturday and had a nice day. "' '1650 N Temple Sfafke, Fla. Big in the way it handles work, little in the
D.J. .Rlddick enjoyed an airplane Hearing; on the HUD grants In the City '.. .
ride on Sunday with his friends Andy ar *LC HOME! BUH-t TO H.U D. SPECS and UC APPROVED way it. maneuvers and saves moneythat's the

Mike and Michelle Selckel who Hew Hall .Tuesday April 23, at 7:30: p.m. Satoh Bison. With a 27 hp gasoline engine for

I =:;; .- quick starts. So tackle
can practicallyany
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j I chore: mow, tow, plow, dig, till, doze, rake.

EARN YOUR.HIGH SCHOOL II load, etc. It gives you '6 forward arid 2 reverse !
Bradfordv ;I \
[ speeds. Category hitch attached
] i 1.3point plus

"1 DIPLOMA I' TAKING THE I MI*. s tamp I Ia drawbar, 540 arid 1000- rpm PTO, live hydraulics f

differential lock sealed brakes adjustablewheel
( Now j Being Built l ". '' : spacing,* hour meter, full lighting, choice .r .

Applications'For Tne QED Tests Are Being Taken At I ( Star Qvn Mini Storage Available Soon) <:1't of tire tread, downswept muffler and a host of

other features plus over 30 custom-designed '
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For J
;. The torage
; j" implements and attachmenjSj ----
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.RADFDRD-UIIIOIIREI i .1iL..j T Furniture ..t. I
;.. .."ryr'rfi' PRICE4 150'SUPERIOR Y

VOCATIONALTECHNICAL CENTER .... ",. ...,.;\..,..QothingW >' t.> .$ '} t.,

i.J, The Deadline Is April 28, 1978 t Boats'g': TRACTOR .(

Call 964-6150, For Information .'Many! : COMPANY i

'I Eliminations Sehadnlf May 8 -11 i I Unit .Sire1 Frorn-6' X 6' .'Up,. To ,ibpaoV"v ( '
"'; ...;; .'";.r, '1w :a':_.it 5353 West Beaver Street ,
: 1:8op.ma : 8rm. : Bo'okthg Now' l lo984.8188 F \
.Phot !For Mare IMoria l Jacksonville, Ptarkta "

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE L.rJals '. ageket you for the NIIef demanded Inthe' petition. -
I,f. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA : _: complaint or petition. WITNESS my hand and the seal of
l WITNESS My hand end the *sd. of rid Court on Apr 18, 1978.
FLORIDA. a* the "Pullem Estate" property. NOTICE ACTION aid Court on Apri 4th, 1978. Gilbert S. Brown As dark of Mid Court
t q PROBATE DIVISION The JC4IIsNIl be sold for cash or TO: NELDA REE WALKER LAMSON Gibert S. Brown,A* clerk of said Court. By: Marian McRa, Aa Deputy park
of the Order of the Or. byt Marian McRa, As Deputy park 4/20 S/11
the 4tchg
tans WH P.O. Bole
upon Respondent 308.
CASE NO. 198:1:: .. .
H. *...............
dated Jute 17 1977. which I II 31760 4/6 << 427NOTICE
cuit Court (Last chg
Georgia knownaddress
IN RE: The Estat of AARON HARRISHOLIEY In file for Inspection Fitzgerald. ...........U..S.1........... IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
the court public )
Deceased: BRADFORD
during the regular business hour In the YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Petition for OF INTEMXION TO COUNTY FLORIDA
Office of the dark of the Circuit Court Dissolution of Marriage ha bn flied REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Ovt r Action No. -

NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION Probat Division. Bradford County against you and you_requited to serve Pursuant to Section 866.09. Florida WHALEN In r* the Mantog of ROBERT SINGLE O.

I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant Courthouse. Stark. Florida. The a copy of your written defaces, if any, Statute, nolle Is hereby given that the TARY husband, and ANN
to court order the $following described properties are being sold by the Estate to the Petitioner or Petitioner' attorney, undersigned*Ralford Teteton, Sr. and WHALEN NOTICE wife
land., all being a pert of the ".*I*" and there will be no warrant)**of Thorns A. Daniel, Florida Legal Services Raiford Teuton, Jr. both of 838 S. ACTION I
Estate of AARON HARRIS HOLLEY, title. : Inc., Prison Project, 2614 S.W. Parker Street, Stark. Fla. 32091, doing : O. WHALEN ISCEIlANEODS OTQACYCIEt
Deceased, will be offered for sale to the Th* terms and condtlone of the sal.* 34th Street Gainesville Florida 32808, business under the firm rum of "R ft J Residence: Unknown" FoR SALE

highest bidder at 11 a.m., on May 4, ant sot forth In the Order of the Circuit on or before May 4th, 1978 and file the BUILDERS Garden Acre No. 2, Rd. I
1978. at the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court dated June 17, 1977 referred to original with the Dark of this Court either 18 East Stark, Bradford County, NOTIFIED that an action for
l'Vtce PetItlol' "' dissolution of marriage hot. been filed GOT A TASTE FOB ADVENTURE SUZUKI? STARKEr ysfaau.rla.d
Court Bradford County Courthouse above. before on *attorney or 1'1oridII32001, Intends to register Mid fictitious
end you are required to serve a copy of ? Yn will Dad. MU 1..1 .....r.
Starke. Florida, to-wit: WITNESS my hand and seal this 13th Immediaiely thereafter; othetwto a default none under the provisions of .
written PKMM 94440ZO. 1MO aeh
defenses if the Tnt t *
your to rt
I. Tax parcel no. 2623. described aa: day of April!, A.D. 1978. will be entered agalnM you for the aforesaid statute. petitioner's any on Navy.Work em W..... (Ml Seetk la
attorney whose and citing rh>se. spas
That portion of the north 600 feet on the AARON A GREEN. Administrative relief demanded hi the Petition. Raiford Tetstcn, Sr. & Raiford address la JAMES T. NORTON.name P.O. 51. *qls..... Ci tFbmfll Messiest d/.... .
east aide end north 660 feet on the wait C.T.A. DATED: this 31st day of Merer), 1973. Tetdtona, Jr., owner. Box 69B .. ....... InI.'...
aide of the northwest quarter of the Stephen P. Mickle, Esquire Attorney for Clerk of the Circuit Court Dated thi.,3th, day of April, A.D. 1978 Orange Park Fla. 32073 on or sad a great later Far sr*
southwest quarter east of the grade road the Estate By: Marian McRae at Stark, Florida. May 11, 1978, end file the original Isf.r atis. lasted Chtol. INSURANCE
being east 1250 feet 226622. P.O. Box 289: Gainesville, Florida. Deputy Clerk 4/13 4tpd 6/4 with the dark of this court either beforeservice K.II.171..n. ..* .. .. [ :J: >
32601 904377.2424 4/6 4tchg 4/27 ............................ )on petitioner'attorney or Immediately Bradford Sqesre ......, 10
thereafter; otherwise a Judgmentwill a.. hi ,...I T..........' 1
including one lot In the southeast corner ......... ................. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH be entered for the relief demanded In S .. IRS Hukg .
McCutchen and Cynthia H. McCutchen, I HEREBY CERTIFY that a true and the petition. saraac "....y, Far....
his wile, which consists of all the correct of the foregoing Notice of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.CIVILACTION WITNESS my hand and the seal of FREE Fl'FPIESt' < ._.I..I.Germs. sad DUrs Bnsh. .........
JUDICIAL this Court on the 13th day of April. A.D. 8b.ph.rd.Mask' end Phase 4H..IOI.Lak. ..tt..
AARON HARRIS HOLLEY lands northof Public Auction has been furnished to the
the Cooper Canal 1 less than onehalfacre Bradford County Telegraph Starke AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.CIVILACTION 1978. .... Pose. 9C4-T7S9. luhg 10/11. -tthMAINF.S .., .. ..
Case No. 78148Mchael '
Gilbert S. Brown, A* Clerk of the Court'By 4/20
homestead. (Description of homestead Florida for publication; and to Ralph Case No. 78-73 INSURANCE
and of Contract for Flowers. Esquire. P.O. Box 3668. Ft. ACCNCYl I. Lake. Ave,
parcel copy
Batty Jane Reames, wife vs. William P, Woodrow Callan. Plaintiff LOST COW
: Baulah M. Moody, As Deputy Clerk .
Lah. ..,.... 4M-M7S.'
Deed on file in the Office of the Clerk of Pierce, Florida 32460 and to John F.Rcecow. Reames Jr., husband.
4/20 5/11
Circuit Court Bradford County) III. Esquire P.O. Drawer C, Oar Rife Callan, Defendant ..*4tchg. **** Black Angus 2 yrs. old, CempUte Ininraeee Service.Every. .
II All of the AARON HARRIS HOLLEY Gainesville, Florida by U.S. mail this 13th NOTICE OF SUITNOPROPERTY NOTCEO"FNTENTION' could be with baby calf.Graa .*. I I. leier.hl.t' '
lands south of the Cooper Canal which day of April 1978. NOTICE OF SUIT TO REGISTER I....dlst. ..".r.,* by
parcel shall Include all of the rental Stephen P. Mckle NO PROPERTY FICTITIOUS NAME >n tag In right ear nk. .... JOE USHER

houses as well as the lends south of the Of Counsel. To: William P. Reams Jr.. TO: Clara Rife Callan 211 Jordan Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida with 50. Strayed from AGENCY 49212, *r- 496ZM3. -
canal upon which houses had not boonplucnd 413..3t/-hg.....fl.-VZ7................... Whereabouts unknown. Drive Smithfield Virginia, 23430. Statute, notice la hereby given that the Ftlgdon Farm on
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for undersigned Harold and Bernice B.
III.. Tax parcel no. 2566 described as. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED than an Dissolution of Marriage ha bean filed .Thompson Rt. 3, Box 274 Stark, Morgan Rd.

Lot 8, Block One in Guhagan Sub EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN action for Dissolution of Marriage has against you and you are required to Serv Florida, 32091. doing business under the R awardCMtMl- Update Your

division which is the lot upon which the AND FOR FLORIDA been ned against you and you ar* required a copy of your written defenses If any to firm name, of "T.I.M. FARMS," Rt. 3, 964M1Br
store was located before it burned. BRADFORD COUNTY to serve a copy of your written it, on the plaintiff attorney whoa Box' 274, Stark. Bradford County, ass 1-751-IOM (dsyMlhHi
IV. Tax parcels no. 3331 and 3331 CIVIL ACTION defenses.f If any to it, on the plaintiff's name and address la Hon. George H. Florida 32091, Intends to register Mid TS1-40ZO (I....' 1m. e...
00100 described as: CASE NO: 78-67 attorney, whose name and address Is Plerc, P.O. Drawer 1030 Stark, fictitious name under the provisions of ".117 Rids. 14S1 Dnei
17 In IN RE, The Marriage of: A"._ lea. Inll.
4 of Block Lt.
The east 1/2of Lot aforesaid atatute.
LAMSON J.J. Wdbert Jr.. P.O. Box 1086 Florida 32091 and file the original with
Co.'s Subdivision and the West 112 of WILLIAM ROBERT Starka Florida 32091. end file the the clerk d the above) styled court on or Harold and Bernice B. Thompson
Lots 1 and 2. Block 17, excluding the Husband Petitionerand original with the clerk of the above styled before May 29, 1978. otherwise a judge joint owner
north 5 foot and west 112 of Lots 1 and 2, court on or before May 4th, 1978; Otherwise ment may be entered against you for the Dated this 13th day of April, A.D. 1978at Clarified: Ad
Block 18 (Lt. & Co.'. Subdivision which NELDA REE WALKER LAMSON, Wife, Starke, Florida.
a judgement may be"ered relief demanded In the complaint or
is the property which has been described Petitioner 4/13 4tpd 5/4 IJri"J Ursula

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Unbe table bargains Save up to 43 l Bradford f44-30S Printer 135 Starka W. Call Flu St. :

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14 OZ. FREON 12 OZ. t. .
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..- -..------ ; Pestone e? Netoe ,. Electrical Plumbing
with WA, t17 WAS t.UI .e PARK
plbate deNi o
psb3.t sssppCgl teeD0A B F yseto eof' Initld Clip Limit !.* Nome .* All Typos .
4 '" newSD3PeT VALUBPUSI SAVE 31* Walk to -udfi..rd Square .;;; ;.
tram local EYERlADY 1MY OAF COLOR Or D"1lftl uwn Remodeling Work
BATTERIES 126/110-20 BdYJIZOg A. 110 P.r MonthAll
1BUr final e e a wDisc. LEISUREJACKBTS PAENOVN SLACKS city ('onv.nl.of.. Licensed And Bonded
l Vt 1 8 8 Fir. Pollc Protection
Pedna calm E
wad 5
IINnlnws roc wear 88 3888Custamtt Free Estimates
tl ma5u11ut9nr fltyG**. t1 our and
bust Bail Clupla PRIG WAS ter IlU Swr
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.. PLUS! VALUE PLUS! i SA V521% if' WImL aNit'e..lue.plaid.., slsil 45. Jo-Lu Motel Phone 9G4-8B28
; 1. i NOTICE Gulf ServIce Station Fate Harper 48.27

I 88VALUl1 88DISC. As provided !by: Chapter 197 Acts of Gunters Radio &T.V. Serv. 15.09
.J 1974 Notice I II Han.JackHamilton 4.85
PRICI DISC,P51CC wAa tr2r hereby given that tangible
personal property taxes assessed for tha Farms 720.89
SAVE 1IHPKO. BUPERBUYI 1 SUPER BUY' SAVE 19% year 1977 are now delinquent and beginHampton General Store 83.31

OF M a SPLITTAIL to I MEN'STRIM SOYS'IRREO. rung April let such taxes are drawing Haves Grocery 77.99
WOODENCLOTHESPINS ''" SWIM RING TEES, SM.L, ORLON SOX, Interest at 1B per cent per year plus the Hayes Wm. F. Landscaping 101.50
FOR TOTS IRREGULAR' FIT 9-11 c1 p proportionate cod of publishing this Homes Interstate of Lawtey, FL 129.05
t notice and delinquent coat: Unteea the Hughes Walter 35.59
88c 88 ,&j 88c 2:88 SAY 21tV.LU PLUateZ) amount set opposite each name below Huntley,John W. &Wayne 918.12
WIRI a/re* PRESS/SPORT SHIRTS MEN'S KNITPOLOS are paid prior to the 30th day of April JET Mobile Services 52.62
R 1979 warrant will be Issued thereon and JB'.Quick Stop 229.87
xiS 2888 Palme88 the Tax Collector will apply to the Circuit Johns Edwin 59.18

VAUEPLUSi A MATS m print* er knit tobrto, vtochetetrl Court for an order directing levy upon Joyner, Royce R. 23.68
ASSORTED o 0 ,' BTRR OHO*,m IIMII'*a,M,l 4 M_ oar.Cotora, M ML.royMrooMn and seizure of the tangible personal I King Floyd 9.90
W 0 FOR MEN IN property of the taxpayer for unpaid Kirkland An/is C. &Julia 89.66
HANGERS SIZES S.M.L taxes; penalties and additional cost. The Kite L.J. 850.20

I name of delinquent personal I property Laney Anthony L, 44.09 .
a88C 880 TOP MAKER taxpayer and the amount of taxes InL'e.' ,Allen 507.36

Disc. PRIcB W.K. tvz i BELTS SIZCS, M4MEN'S cluding the cost of advertising are the Martin,Jimmy 73.84
v first month's penalty and delinquent cost MCCutchenSem 10.42
/ are cs follows: Motel Starke Motor Court 612.67
we / Motel Trail :305.78
LIQUID Apex TV 11.86.. Nfta'a Upholstery Shop 8.97
AND MOREI WOOLITE "D C I TOWELS S LB. BAGS Archer-Tanner Funeral Home 239.04 P H C Sportswear 40.68
raver. ; Badcock Associate Store
175.64 Palm Apartment 65.58
r 88 88c 288c 1 88 .rVIIIeRMI1Xr Bland Cattle Co. 382.19 Plunkett. Harold L. :37.13
I Bobbies Lawtey 13.88 Powell' Dairy Freeze '208.70
wERS tea was ors WAS Uta WAS sus WHITE ,
NO-IRON PAJAMAS TENNIS Boonea Upholstery 17.67 Prevatt Melvin D. & Norma 183.97 .
Boyce, Merrill Mrs. 39.90 Purstoy Noel& Pamela 133.75
$ypERBUY SE YE25% Ts :j RAVE 21% SAVE 24* wear 88 Bradford Motor Court 107.79 Rrtch, Glen 25.39

10"WOOD STACKING ; iL.I I POKEROR VJ 800" B i e8fi7 1 1 Bradley LP. 9.62 ROM Product Inc. 69.38
BOWLS CERAMIC 11l5 BRIDGE n. CELLOTAPE L.neMY '"d ws DIec: MIC1 Bright, Rcosevelt 7.77 Saunders.WllamS.Scott. 46.68
MUGS CARDS / pMy/oo an. MM'*AACA.PEP8OOENT Bright Liquors 60.51 Nile W. 65.95

Brown, Carl 27.98Bruno Shadd, BzIe& Linda .821.<))3 j
88 3R88c ( p13 88a 4i88a ,Arthur 19.95 ShJ Smith ElectrIcal Ser. 9.62 :

Weal 647 wise S/t:1r WIa. UUb WAS 1/M. } Bryant, Russell 75.67 Sonny's Fat Boy B-B-Q 706.54
-_ Bush's Tackle Shop 27.85 Spencer, Samuel A. Ill 25.03 0
SUPER Burl B BAYI.iCS 9( 1 Cat Maine Farms Inc. 57.06 Stubb*,William E. 14.21
Collins. Brady Mr*._ 64.91. Stuck/ Paean Sloops 139.40
I 140%. ,,;,, 70Z.EDQE RIGHT GUARD Coopers Nursery&Landscape Texaco Service Station 48.85
i 1N1M ADULT Co. 189.25 Torode Bectrlo &System 61.53 i
Iif11 William O. Isaac 34.86
Copeland 18.80 Turner 1
y'.I' -- 4880 88C 88c 2 88 ,, Crawford Mitchell Q. 18.80 Tyson Alphoneo 4.11
I WA" .. Davis James Sr. 22.46 Underwood Motel: 29.79 ;
!i i tt2) WAS T.1S. WAlt.te WAS Vtsa fyi Damps Robert EtAI 59.18 Underwood Rest. 6.11 j

; .?: .. RAVE LOi LONG SLEEVE SHIRTS2S4.88 Deneflekl. Aretha 33.27 Wada RobertWadsworth 37.13 .
; ONKNIT SLACKS Dyel, Horace O. 6.95 ,Jerry 4.10
vALUEPLug1 uPfna SUPER Bun 'g11, ,
iiii ; a fdNardII.J.M.Jr. 379.04 WB't/fW'ISpMdShop 28.38

I t 3 COVERED 4 7-PIECE I.TO"2' -. w 88 Fannies House of Beauty 5.01Welty., Richard 46.09 ::
J STAINLESS II I KITCHEN 30" WOOD wea/r/ua. Fine Service Station 23.28 Williams Larry Florist 84.93 :
TOCL eT BAR STOOLS PMr.d sr..e. atony .. r
STEEL BOWLS DIGITAL b.ribad Forsyth V8IIOO 4.11 Wood/Joanna 29.38.
A Ia' wMe.
4.88 .88 ZS8 ELECTRIC CLOCK frazier,Joe 92.2J': J.R. Kelly. .
MC. o no SAVE Futch. Mack Er Adeline 39.54 Tax Collector
PRICC WAS ale wAttll PMICI S7.OO Garrison Joseph E. 16.16 Bradford County FLA. : ;

CONVERSE Gulls,Jerome 46.34 1tchg4/20 j :


FOR MEN BASKET SIZES a Notice Is hereby give that OB the. 12th da* of Mar 1978, b.gleaiag. si 11:00 Nooa at ;'
Btsrke, County *f Bradford State ef florid lax sale eefttflcatse win be sold on the. :
1.88 3.88 2.88 following described lead. la pay the amount da. for the as.. herein. set oppooiU the ;
r wAersl DISC. WAS ea wsatat a.ee.BUPEBBUY same,together with all cost of such sale sad aD advertising. '. '' v ,. : ,

: Gawra.r f/YQlde Description of Land .See Twp, Rg* Owaer :j i
DELUXE YALUg PLUS! W33-COM 8 W eor ef NW 1/4 of BW .i i
: 24M36"INFLATABLE t T LB. DRUM 1 GALLON HAND PUMP SNEAKERS MEN'S ft 1/41:880'N 80' E 100' for pob N 100' E :
I j C SURF RIDER : CHLORINE sons FOOL ACID SPORTING GOODS 5.88 Or Rd Dose Or 101-297' Jq 99 II Mask Baby E..U :
= ; .
5.88 =Q 7.88 2 2.88 4as8 FIMee.en/.a i 2:88 1978 Taxes1974J 19439S9SM .. i j

WAS ate DISC. P11/CB WAS Visa WAS EIS b a..d.7w.nra'.Sla WIRB UP TO S/tes Tax*. --1.a.X.U.Taac.u. j

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FOR r FOR SALE FOR SALE ] Cecelia Terwlllegar

PART TIME DOMESTIC --.- --"'-1'" -- !& .......... .AI.... WHEN IT COMES TO REAL ESTATE .

balp .e.....Mae have ... Read MOBILE HOME, 3. tR, new MAKIRt.for' ....:!.>tR\.:, ATIO.NS: HOOlt & MOBILE HOME KEYSTONE! HEIGHTS: Ito YARD SALE Steve UTILITY: BUILDINGS: All
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Z2S. P. ... $ vacotloaa : glaaa-
&r........... P......., .. and remodeling 8 acre tracla I. M bite Oak aluminum. ...Buy ri. sellers, brokers, consultants and
4/0 tukg 4/13 Kmg.ley Lake. Ph... ware clothing. I mile. South prewired, rer.p.labl.Ilght *
-......... 4/V tl/ckg and addition. Need mere ... Reeaoaably priced. lenders have been coming to us for the past 3
533 .
23H6. ol
3/30 .
.. tfchgLM'LRNISIIEI ? Call ... .. SR-IUU. CIO Hwy 21 awllchea, light., ..
--- ------- -- ... room 0.. cal 01. Owner llaoaced.. PH... 4732283 .,
-- -- k all. and Beachvlew, U,. Sat.. Apr. 22, tongue and groove Door. ', years. 'ok''
MEDICAL: SKILLS T iiii- ROOM's.--1 : ) APT- ....1''.....Eiperleneed. Phono or 473-4733. 3tchg ./13 9 ..m. to S 1'''. Itpd 4/20 delivered. and .., up.I'lnanckig Terwlllegar Realty Is unique this are when It '\,
NEEDED ....". .aI... ..,... I. doublowldo' moalle DownlowB.up.talra.' 9644213 Larry 4/27 .".Ilab.... up to 46 comes to properties. If you're thinking about
.We wUI iMlp yea train I.,' home: Uofurol" Central H. and A. For anytime. 4/13 ZUbg ..._ ---- -- ------- ;
ied -- ...alt. ,. 60 .lie.
... .l th.. ... 4/20 FOR SAlE 8, owner', t pay Bradford County real estate well tell you about i
/... S75 damage Information. call 964-7271 .r LAND FOR SALE: 5 acraa. Nuiukl el Star...964-M20 or'
... .. lot. Nell the rewards the risks and the
together or
practical Burea, ...... lab .bv -- financing :
depoalt required, I I/I ..II.. come BuUlnglon'a GiltShop. la Ralfard area' perfect 9644021. I/I 2j>l/ckK
,..... *-gs'. ...1t.1e..... South .. Stark. P...... 9648951. 104 (.11 !>t. tlchgBR. SAW SHARPENING, Factory homaallo. 1eI..II.r..hlld...., limit.separately. la Keyitone city' CHAIN"LINK: FENCE_ possibilities. __________ "
....t.. hygl.alele. Phone GV ../. Itpd 420RITCHENETTES '''''.01. P..... 475. call Alvln GrI.... ., 431-1536 Telephone 473-2463.
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3712578. 44t.bff 4/27 ri'it."sHED C) 1322. 4/6 (fdigDILL'S alter S ... 1/U 2lch, 421)SPI1IETCONSOLE 2ipd 4/20 427AlCllo ,,11. and Inalallalmn. Magnificent Bradford County country hem -a
--aYOUNG----- '- 8R double. wide, In quiet .. --"-". Phone the HandyMan. 1289. rare offering. This extraordinary cypress horn "
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WOMAN .. weTkt apt TV AC utlUtU. Included. .o..tr,. Plenty ol room' for PlANt) >i Kv: .ry Sal, 3031 Maxville.. 4/6 tlf.h, with cedar shake? roof and 3 fireplaces' encompasses 7

Moady'a Product. loqulre TotaPy luralahod. ,.1.. llSO/moath. 11011d..I' SAW SHOP: Com- FOR SALE named, night, 7 p.... behind Post appro :3 acres. Just 1 years old It was
bolero 11 .... 8K 100 South Phone 964-8356./ plelo akarponuig aarvlca.clrculcr Olllre In Mrlre.e. Bill Perry.Auctioneer. PATIO "cliVrTRSr! 10x20. and built Mr. ,
weakly ...1..1. rate.. Reapoaalble party' to takeover designed by and Mrt. Paul O. Brown
.kt Starke. ', hand carbide, Furniture, tools, 8159. Linked ."1',1,.
ItH 4/13 tpel 413LAKEFRoTo0
T.mple Motel, 880 N. chain mower' blade haUo."ou.d >1'1.., p1.... Easy mostly new merchandise .t GATOR ALL'MLNL'M: :" : 4620 and Is princely In Its appointments. There are over

---- Temple. Slarke, 964-7357 ; BR. "Urge' and balanctd. Leave '.1''... Can bo area .....11". below whol.Mile prke.. !Ii.W. 13th. St.. GalaomUle.. 4,000 sq. ft. of living space plus 2 car garage. '

BUSINESS 4/8 4tpd 4/27 tereeoed polio year around at Jackaen Building Supply Write' to Credit Manager.' Dealer' and public welcome.NO 3729767. il/dig' porch and patio.Ebs.wh.re i

OPPORTUNITY Excellent FOrfREVri- near' Key.lone lite. Phone Marko, K.,.,... Hejghle. P.O. Baa 207. Carlylo' III. : TEi;, \\.1''Ufl almo.t like a on the fenced grounds are a barn
Moliiio; ---
opportunity la Starke .1''... 'hm1' ;. 47:141116.13: 62231. "/13 Stckg 4/27
Largo ",?.nt". baa ...1..t."I. far '..' I. Country: 1 or 1 2lrhg. 4/20( tf/chg! .. "______ "" whole.altr. dealer auclloa.Trurkkiad SARIS \TtT IrTeTtiTa" office, shop Cov., 1010 sq. ft.) and two horse

.. ..!... ......,.. BR. Furni.kod or' ...- TWO HETllt M>M' Trailer. "E"wi; :>G MAIII\IS: : IS Tf. BOATs is .. ol' merchandise, highly. .."al..... phone !964- I stables. t

III... have ........llIt', furnl.hed. Ph... 964fllU.tlchg A/C. couple only. REPAIRED, Factory hr....: 6S hp Evlnrude 2tpd 411127) '!!.'lI.1fltt/chl_ This distinctive home available for viewing by

ambition end .It.. '1'1'' '... t2S/monlh plua ISO damage trained apeclallala will ..."- motor 1972 model 1974 W'ATSON'8 qualified buyers exclusively by appointment.
for .... ........ or ..... ----- .. depoalt. I block oulnide city vice all makes and .......1. I. Highlander. hailer Crosby tiIRlA .t:: Coleman l ;oil : HOUSE OF
background ..."...1. Starting COTTAGE -fOR----- ...It., Phone 964.761 9. tchg your home, all work' guaranteed Lake ...1''.... Ph.... 98... .... KMI.IKN BTl> 850. VACUUMS: Many braada of
RENT, ..... ....
fat 4731202. Hod. 4/20 new ".e. .
4/13 for' .. SELECTEOPROPERTIES20b.aulllulacrpa
salary. .! S200 week If appointment 8687. llpd 4/
per Furnlahed D....... area ...hl... available.. Expert: "
...."..... For .... Rebecca Read at Rebecca'
I BR a. Pete, IDeal '
repalra.all ..k... Parla ...d.ce..rl.
I fabric.. 310 W. -
Interview, call Main. Lake with 3 BR.III. CH&A I
Cameovllle. RetiredC.I
372-4557. 4/0 3tcbg 4/20 964-7344.r alngle, after. ,5.1''.. .1'1[ [Butler. "'II llochgl TITAN.. MOTOR HOMES YARD, -s'iio; : : ;,;;.-,-glaaa- .. lor' .11 vacuumayetama. Precious home
1' HOMES FOR SALE ] .. .. /..... al affordable and .lothlD 404 NW 10th on large lot Palm St.
One mileS.
Itpd 4/6 ware
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---- l> price.. ". kava no rent' or' Avenue, Cilae.vUI.. Phon.376Il
CLEaK TYPIST II Must ... ISABLEIETERAN: ol SH UK) corner ol Apartment House 514 S. Epperson
FURNISHED APART -1 B W UI clean out your U ........n ,. pay See or call lleachvlew A SR-21. 20" IIfch.L'A ._
Bradford' raeldeal. .. gang
.0'.0.lull MENT! 3 room' and bath. MOVE 111 YOlK LOT 2 aDowed I. the Harry' Hatcher V.P.. motor ... ) FOR SALE) Key- Distinctive redwood & CB contemporary -
keep .
.......,........ sadua..ploysd unwanted ho... aalea. and ......Iu. Saturday, April 22.9 .5 -
and BR hauia .
carpeted. with LR. 1)11. Mono Helghla. Nice treca
Junk 473 2406.tlchjf Itchg "12/1 on
IS out .. kit 20 Private drive' and .. .. Baldwin Chevy Old.. L'S: 301 p.m. Secluded lot Lake Santa Fe 75' on water "
'1'' "" klt.h. I bath. Phone 7821270 one to 10 aero tract. In
w..ka. M.. be ecboel _,__ ... ._ .
!No children North. Slarke. Phono 964.75i8) -----
or ,.1.. Phone or' 7824698.. 4/13 Ztpd neighborhood ol new .0..... financed. I
Sroduato. able. la typo and 9644(021 4/13 2tpd 4/20 4/20 SEPTIC; TANK a. CREASE: : ): after 6 p.m. or Sundoy Some lots permit' mobile.
'.. office irk, 964-7461. /13 1976 Gla.lron IS' boot Klngsley Lake Calm. undisturbed, serene
-- -- .. -- .. TRAP. ....a..t., new line.. 4tchg 5/4 ...... and same overlook a
Apply .( Fla. Slit Employ BF-OWOM' galvanlied. till trailer 6} hp situation -3000 sq. ft. home furnished duplex A
THREE 2 bath reasonable.. Joe Fonyth -- lake. Priced to >.U wIth. .
t Service. (Old c.." modern homo with 4lepar.le 4.11-1022.: All baum... LAZINBY POOLS Sal.. Mercury motor .kla. boat '.1''.. ..... 1200 down to ....0"I' apt. over water. 1 i
bouool. Starke. lukf 4/20 Mobile Home, and Service. Any alto cover equipment, S2.4OO.
A'('. large" lot on NR-IOO. 7 ipartmaito. Ovor' 1aero ..PP!.".!.. Lt'I.! Buy from' a local p..r.. ..pool.who Thone 4D62784. 4/20( Itpd month Commercialfrontage -7000 sq. ft. CB bldg. Brownl.e St.. lease,

WHITE n LADY Live-la-to ..II.. t>K of Marke. Reanon- '. o Phono( prim 7H2-342"ground. on"L'S3UI. /13 SEWING; MACHINES can ..",Ic., too. Pho. 9649471. -. __ ._- -. Owner 473-4375.on SR-21 330ch available. option. I
..... able rent.' Phon. ,
core .1 eeml-tnvaltd. H.F 473-4508., Zlchg ../20 REPAIRED AU make. 4/13 4tpd4 YARD MALE:, 3 ....IU.., -Hampton Lake Lovely Brick extra lot.
Salary." Reply ,. Mary C. CLoveraettle. It cleaned oiled. and adju.ted. TR VF.LTrWi R-2; Fri.. Sat.. C....h. ,.bl.. WHoLESALE jEAlR8

ShIva 4610 Burgundy Rd., 4/20 FOUR' TJEDROOM"Tiiuiolor ; S7 \V ork/.n.ot..d. .I.... ._. aelf..,onlalned. Phone chalre* Stereo, toola, ,.,., AUCTION, Every; Thur... II -"Tuck's Drive In" 301. ideal "Famous Amos." l

N.. JeckeoaviUe. 32210. riT3; : T aalo by ownor.' Good ... 9645N76. "/13 2lpd 4/20 mlac 301 North oa graded 1'... 2315 HE, llawtheroe' '
"/,.. K BIt. Bath condition 2 bat R. road' Hammond. Rd.. GnlneavUle.. Bill Perry -Apt. House I modern units, good return.
CUM to town and I..... hi, now ..!.!! .!!.l.. 1 t.PIO --- -- by .
-- carpet.' fully furnlahed. NEW FURNITURE SALE Dl.founl. I'hone 964-6743. owner' and auctioneer, 4tpd .
SHOE REPAIRMAN:' Central II/A. S2IH/month. : TUNING: Repair -Hampton Lake Unpretentious, elegant home
: 3/30 421lFiRCE
paaelod. I5.K)0.( Contact ot Coueh. .01 rhalra. 1109,95. llpd 420YARD
No: I.... pianoo wanted.
Experienced eicellcot pay, r.qulr.d. Key.tone 614 W. Adkloo St.. "a...... condition. William Any Courh. (Chair l.ovoaeat, "i -3.2 A,3 BR CB home huge CB garage.
good h.",.. Rivera Shoo H.I."' Realty. 473-2611. 4/13 2tpd 4/20 George, I229.95t folfee table and 2 SAlE: Friday and NT OFF SALE:

Repair. Mark. Call .".., &1I.h, I22N Blinding St., St.r... end labka, 35i email lampo, Saturday. 9 tn. US 301 relrlgeratora. ate.... lana, Amazing brick displaying vast creative I

9644240. llpd 4/20 IItSI:: FOR s iF."z-8-li.: 964-5287. 3/2 il/chg S20/palr large' ....1'.. North next 'to Sluckey'a. haatero, bede, window.. ing.nuity.eitactlng engineering expertise with ; '
KEYSTOEz: lake Coli..;., completely remodeled In ------ --_. f.1S/p.r. BARGAIN llchg 4/20( doora" cloth.. New and need pool. \
yearly' monthly, or' "..k''.. Iowa. Phone 864-6020.( ( Iftehg! TKI.E\; 1SION REPAIR: AT CENTER. 301 South ..Ur... sad box .prlng..

1 BR. elltctenclee. furnUhed.Including __+_ ._ ...____ UlS'Ot'NT PRICES AT. S,..... 9644679:4/13 2uhg 1976 iitif KJGT5M-; one BARGAIN:'!! CENTEH. 301 -10 fenced acres with delightfully level pastures s
AUTOMOBILESUSED ulllltlea alao 2 and u JIM'S rlKNITlREl: 455 4/20 owner', very. low ..II..,.. South In Slarke, 9644679. 70 pecan trees cypress home garage, barn.
3 BR. av.liable.. Aa low aa BRICK HOME 4 v... old. 3 :Main St.. Lake Butler 496. Al.o COOLER: UNIT: lor' 4/13 Zaeh, /ZO
175.00 per' month. Ilk. ,2 bath gai..... welt, 2985. 3/2 tl/chg .Y iw---P K--r STRAW* egg room' Ono cart t2S,00020 ACwell tank A pole.cleared. ,
Key.lone 1101,,,,. Realty ('''/A, new carpet. 01..,.., BERRIES, 3 pint lor 81.Hawthorne. which. Carrie. 18 egg e..... MAGNUM' ORGAN: Real.
.r-40 Acres 3 BR homo trailer '
473-2614. tf/chg 1/2 acre' oil 31)1. I29.9UO. MOBILE HOME REPAIRS: Fl. Watch for' P...... 9646H61. Itchg 4/20 nice floor stand covered tSS.OOO.

,TOYOTA 4 WHEEL Phono 90 1.8771. Itpd 4/6 Interior and exterior. Mobile .1,... on 301 couth ol Haw ".'.'01'. stool and book.. Klngsley -* Picturesque spring beside 3 BR 'I)

DRIVEs 1978 Pickup ..mallequity lOB' 'KENT! "'2'hi';.. home ....hl.,. alaba sod thorne. Fellow .1... I 1/2 SINGER ATHENA 2000'electronic Ph... 964-7417. llchg 4/20 home large dock tor entertaining 70 x 200'VcOH.K

and .... ....r BuildlD,.. Excellent. for' Mm SALE: 2 BK FRAMEIIOl'SE. palloa. Experienced.. Phone ... Pl.... bring own con sewing machine, __ __n 4
Phone !MI.- 243. paymenu. Retail or' Office. Space. ,.. wall to wall 964-7409 altar 5 pjn. 4/6 tainer.. Open ovary Sat.. Moving away muat aacrl YARD LE-a-h: othoueehold
4/20 Itpd Hlgheat local traffic. count InM.lr. carpet' paneled 1/2 acre 4tpd 4/27 SUB., Wed.. aad Thur.. ., 8 lice.The beat Singer md..... good., car sad
... and Key.tone corner' lot furnished or unfurnl .... to 7 ...., 4813300. Sold new over S900. Balance motorcycle Item. lor' .... .
CHEWY" STATION" ---- Still growing. Colt 475-1953 area. .hed.B05 St.lith A...-.. Building;-remodeling- ;; -and 4tchg4/I3-8/4>. duo 8436 or take over' pay thia Saturday at Mathcwaon ,\

WAGON 1966. 9 ........1''. alter 7 p.m. iIrhgFLRNISftEDPTd Lake Butler tlnchgIIOUSETRAILER repalra. New .kttch.ae, DORO)-fiiAFTS. Gi i8hP.;; menta trial. Call ol US/mo. Free. homo Manor. 475-2064 .. SR-214. (
964-70H4. 420ZIPPER
bathe, Itcbg Itpd .
,,uS37S. See S. family room. Brick, 6 C.Pearaonl
nl I6.
run. sTO Open daya .1\1\ ,, 9-5 p.m. 4/20 ,
10x48. 2 1
Orangey flt,, tarkj f hone block concrete. Fireplace Iota ol collectible.' -- ------- ROBMITS,JH.ijteg. REALTOR j
-, iic..tel.sa BK, Phone.. ,: 431-102f; W/! .hg| apeclatlHta Call 4732UM'after Including CREAM PEA ...., Real E.tato BrokerPhono :
964.6384. I' doll olall khKlevAlee" ..". FFf: TA"iii'I "l
/,2'\JI Slarge .. C
._ .and1.. 6 p.m. 4/6 tfchg '1........, ...k.1 Come: oeo auu.48"x20n Harve.ted .IB 1977 and k...' 964-7826 M8t> RANCH OFFICE J
bath. Nocbildrn '
-------- : or 1' Uk. new. S2O Karl: '
hi eold .'.1''. .. Ph... 964 986 North Temple AvTy NORTH ,JLAWTEV.FLORIDA
FORD TORINO: 1976. AC Phone 9648071. Itpd 4/20 : :'-- u.. SR-IOV 9 mica K, of Howell, Shady Oak Trailer US 101 ', I
PS. PB. AT. Radio. I2.MH CARPET INSTALLA.I tilerke, t mile. W.o. 6227 4/18 4tchg4 )!
Park, l'S 301. Phone 46$
AIM C...., .agin.. '1i0. DtBLEWIDE,- two "bedrooma. t:: WANTED J nON: Experienced. In nil Keyatene. Itpd 4/20 1756 after S 1'.... llpd 4/20 ---------- 7824804 {' ,
.. dealr local
ph. nightand ...
Phone 431-1427. Itpd 4/20 .,.. Ap.., ... Slallloa .dl.'
clean. I -
work. Call -" frame -
weekend lbotk.
I DO DROP IN Bargain, I, FT.' "FIBERGLASSBOAT at s.d-H. X to ch_.. t BR. I
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.I.h.d. On
lot. '
---------- private Kallord. 431-1522 alter 5 from. Double. to Demlae- alder' ..... I. Biarkefurnished .
Hour, 301
quiet 3 ml, N. ol South Starka, : 1973. with 7S hp
Sterling, I
1970 FORD VAN) Bow p.m.IIORSEIIACII Phono 984-6740; Look for High Time Bloodline.. Tel z.
Klarke. S160/month.. HIM Chry.ler motor and magic-
diamonda .. *
jewelry, col. ._ .. "
eogloe. paneled! equipped -- - Woody. The place to for' tilt .. 494-21X6 daytime and 496 816.000.
damage dcpo.lt.. Phone 116.. dental Will visIt go trailer Many .11'' ..
toe' eamplngCB, radial tire., 8556. U.hZO you HIDING good ....d luraJluro at n bar 11500 firm' Phone 964.7221.lichgl20 2903 Evening..tfchg Very olce brick k.... .In RCEr7"BRri bath .
c....... wheel' P..... 9646841 anywhere. Phon. Mr. Le.aoni V> .eatern/Knglliih: gain price. Now la stock ..'" tool/In.lde utility room, 3 '
Rlttman 475-10N9. 3/9 .... .la Lawley. 3aeplaoea ;;
BR. I bath. older '
.. 2182.4/13 2tchg TWollE l",ROO M" MOBILE If/chf beginning t.o advanced Any leather and plaid .0IlC... I r---- ;; __ an 10 ac.... 'b
4/20 Phono Claire. 46H.26I9. S189. Tonne apoclalai, hand O 'LI.CAEID!; ,; .,.;d. I .. .
Home central Heat and age. Flourscent Lights F. .. on 1 acre !Ia 850.000. .' .:.
.. Hampton. ..'lll( Ztpd ...127I '.... 69cenla, bath ,...1.. counter 5 ft.
'- A/C. 3 Acrea 2 mil E. ol GOOD PRICES AID) for' top long I For The Horn & Office! country' very" reaaanablo. ---- (
1979 HONDA CVCC 6 '.59 and up. 0... 9 le 5 dl.play' '... For ID... .
964-6479 alter .1' call. I
Slarke.Jhone --- f BR .... .....
... I fke-proef
.01 ,
mobile homea If mort.rage
....... HB. 28.000 mil... 6 pjnAlpd ..'Zo I. 3/4 paid or' more.OLIN'S -. I BRADFORD SEPTIC, : Monday thru Thur.day, 9 la 47.1: .21(40 alter 7i3( p,m. Itpd At The S Acre., North of Slarbe; .ldl.,. ."ral...... M
S2.700. Sea at.... Ire' K."-. TANK SKRMCKiIte.ldentlal' 6 Friday and Saturday. 4/ZO I Just oil US 301. .....-.... 813JHW or' effort
atone Poet Office. 4734989. FlRMMiEDAPARTMENT: h MOBILE HOME pump-oula 110. ,('...... Su.d.,.. Jtchg .120 I THE OFFICE SHOP I

.1'' 473-4444 alter t 1"... SALES 964-5606. Open 1days Alao commercial and .induatrlal. -- I BR. I laTkT ..
< :: : I BR. large" weekly, tlchjiHoTTsEWORrT BULLDOG PUPPIES: I984.5764 aI LR. DR. 1 BR frame an t 1/1 ae .
: tl/cb. living room .kitchenette. Fiat ..ervlcoRuaranteed. Brlndle. ,female. S mo.. old. 110 W. Call St. I family roam, carport. 18,700 5 acroo, 122,200. |
children or "WANTED: Phone 964 8121. '50. .. FAULKNER .awtoy.. -
Sorry' no pete. Ph. after I pjn.. 431 I I
I Starke
CHEVPK'K'ii: ;: 1971 Phone 9645033. Itpd 4/20 4 day. a ...k. Can ... contacted 4tpd 1191 Itchg 4/20 S BR bi.IlZa.ooo acre -

SW,. 1''...,. '..I.r. 67XMX at 964.8395 or 9646716. -- --- --'- .Call For Immodlalo( Service: | Several' c.mmerclal lota on
.9... (9M. Phone. 782-3012. T'AO-BR-TRAILER' : A/C. .-4/13 Ztpd 4/20 SEW I'C; AM ALTERATlONSi : CUSTOM MADEIJKAPtRIEh REALTY Ei Q .- 301. -_ _-_- _--_ I
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3/30 4telui 4/20 one child. SI25/mo. plu. tSO -------------- Experienced;. In all Wo arc' now r; 1Rta.1 I Two 20-aere tract ...1"8R.11I a BR. I "hsth brick CH/A.
damage depo.lt.. I block ..ut..Id. WANTED: Lot or' .mall typca alteration. ..Commercial locking .Iota ol '."1'1.' .. Free 2:10.1: ) \ Temple "&'.\ Fereat height. aaonable.. 'Ju.l oil 5 flreplacoa. bam 7 .......

city limit. Phone 9647619. acreage In.lda itarka City machloea. 9.5 ....day.. e.tunktea. Lome Stephen, Starke,FloridaPaulll.Fhdlkner I beautiful heavily I I paved 1''..... S6IJOOO .10 acroa 870,000.
Itchg' 4/20 Umlla. Phone 964-7847. 4/13 Phone 9647822. Itpd 4/20 phone 498-2219. 8/24 tl/chg wooded lota.klgh, and dry" --- ...----

--- ---- Ztpd 120SEEKING paved .tr..... build your j I BR. 1 tilth, living room' 6 aero ......k_cake, city j
rBUSINESS = YARD WORK Get tke beat Realtor I
1j IFFICIEMYAPARIMET : WahrtBUUMZM9 owa home..er you may carport CB, In ,..... Vary water, ', SljSOO dew..
: : FOR adulla. EMPLOYMENT: for the ....1. Fr. ..Um.t... Uke ... ol ..1''" Call far' I ........b.... ----- I
OPPORTUNITIES | Call .... Pho... 964-7699. He have 1/2 I I
ua .vel'' acre .
L :No peti. :Newly. decorated. 9 '1''.. experience. In perooaoel '- datalla. 5 ./10 acree ea US SOI.
Security ch..... Contact To- aupervlaloa. admlilatralloa. 4/13 4tchg 5/4 and I acre beautiful I II I GEORGE ROBERTS.JK. Lawtey, 813.000. I

8180 8480 weakly, .01.... R... MoteL; Storke, Phono and ..curU, 111 Bulldozer Work building !I:,.:. I STARKE: S' beautiful I ..,.Real E..... Broker !
.making program tree 9644181.120 3lchg' 5/4 work.' Available.. for work ..... with 3 BR borne .... I I Ph... 964-7826 36.35 A7roe 1340' .. US

:doUllo. Jkn. Eaaterly. RI. 6, --.---- November 1, I97R. For Large or Small Service Station for' Sale I old ...... aukablo far bora. OPEN:'!! S.lur"-A.M. 301, Term.. 116,500.
:jBoa 168 Lak. CIty FL reiumo write: R.D. Creech BIIASINCTONCadillac - -
Land Fill Old pe* .hop building I 1BA'7 Homo, nice. I II EVE"A"WEEKCNDSPk.ao :
32055. "/13 ". 114 USAG VHFS Boa. 2S44.Warrenton 3 BR. DAY.
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\, CHURCH ACTIVITIES GRACE UNITED METHODIST: : ; \ TEY Terry Futch of Jacksonville Beach Mr. and Mrs.; Rubin Sanders and
;\ dinner of hit aunt. Clint of JaekanvllleviNiied, their
CHURCH' OP GOD: Sunday School Sunday School 9:43: am., Worship was a Friday guest son Mr and
10a.m., Worship Services it a.m. and Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.. Choir '" 1" Elizabeth Miss Elizabeth Terry. brother and sitter-in-law.'
1 By Terry
6 Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Practice at 7 p.m., Methodist Youth Mr. Johnny Jenkins of Billiard Mrs Wendell 'IItnde'and family on
YPE Friday at 7 Fellowship Wednesday at 7-30: p.m. Phone 782-3300 .' came after her mother. Mrs. O.J.Andel' Saturday night. "
p.m.EVERGREENPTIST p.m.: Sunday Rev.John 3:16: Cook. Founder of the on Saturday and she will Mr. End Mrs. Tommy Godwin. of
Missions St. Petersburg : Prayer Meeting PERSONALSMrs. spend few days with her. Gainesville visited their brotherinlaw -
School 10 a.m., Worship Services 11 John 3:16: 7:3O.p.m. : Wednesday
fi.tn. and 7 Training Union 8p.m. Fla.,was the speaker at the church on at 7.30: p.m.NORTIISIDE. Blanche Phillips of WayneavIIII' Mrs. Eddy Boatwrlght and Mrs. and sister Mr. and Mrs. Harold
p.m. 7 Sunday. April 16th. N.C, arrived here Thursday. Robin Sanders attended the R.O.T.C Eunice on Sunday ..afternoon.Mr. ', .
Prayer Meeting Wednesday The Men;*Club of the Grace United : BAPTIST Sunday April 13th. and will spend come time Banquet at the Armory la,Starke on .and Mr. Ben McCulley visited
pm.KAITII BAPTIST CHURCH: Radio Methodist Church will hold their School 10 a.m., Worship Services' at her home here. Saturday night. their aunt.Nora Grlder In Putnam
program on WPXE,at 8 a.m. Sunday Monthly Breakfast Meeting at the a m. and 7pm. prayer Meeting Rev. Will Wright attended the Mrs. Doris Harrison of Jacksonville Memorial Home at Palatka on Sunday
Bible School 10 a.m., Worship Services Trail Restaurant in Lawtey April 2Jrd: Wednesday 7 p.m. MOORE REUNION at Falling Creek and Mrs, Evelyn Henry of afternoon.
: and 6:30 Prayer Sunday at 8-30 a.m. United Methodist Church, at Lake Starke. visited their aunt Mrs. O.J. Miss Erda Wilson of Palm Beach
II :
a.m pm. t
Wednesday at 6 30 HIGHLAND BAPTIST: Sunday City on Sunday afternoon April 9th. Anders on Friday.Mr. spent a week with her brother and
meeting FIRST BAPTIST : CHURCH p.m. : School 10 a.m., Worship Services II SMYRNA: !MISSIONARY BAPTIST He stated there were about 100 persons and Mrs L.L. Melton. of siter-in-law. Col. and Mrs. Wm.

Sunday School 9-45: a.m.. Worship a.m., and 6 p.m., Prayer meeting : Sunday School<; 10 a.m., Worship present One of Miss Elizabeth Hampton were Saturday dinner Wilson.
and 7:30 Wednesday at 7-30 p.m. Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., BTS 5:45: Terry's cousin and wife, Mr. and guests of their son and daughter-in- Mrs Glen Shuford and her mother
Services 11 ,
a.m.6:30 p.m. LAURA BAPTIST Sunday School p,m.. Prayer Meeting. Wednesday 7 Mrs. Guy Moore, of Lake City, askedto law. Rev and Mrs. Leonard Melton Mrs\ Hester Hicks visited her sister.
Union Prayer .
Training : p.m. be remembered to Miss and Mrs. Cora Hodges and Mrs. Marian
Terry. family.
Meeting on Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. 10 a m.. Worship Services 11 a.m pm.
Mr. and Mr. Tom Whaley and girls Hall of Jacksonville on Sunday
,,:f of Tampa were Saturday overnight afternoon.Phil .
guests of their son-in-law and Eunice of G 'ahamvisited his

I Social COrner I IMr. daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Luke parents. Mr. and Mrs Harold Eunice
Raiford and were Sunday dinner guests of on Sunday morning.Mrs. .
.and Mrs. Robert Faulkner were their mother Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson Windle Smyth. Mrs. Mabel
by :Mary Lee FaulknerPhone guest of his brother and family, Mr. sister Mr*. Daisy Boch. and Boyctte.Mrs.Debbie Broker and Jay
: m-3761 and !Mrs Edgar Faulkner and son daughter, Miss Lynn Whaley.. Edmond.,all of Jacksonville spent the
son. Woody, and Randy Stafford were Susie and their children. Chris and Terry Sunday In Jax. and attended Rev. and Mrs. Leonard Melton wti-kend with Col.! and Mrs Wm.
Mr and Mrs Hobert Faulkner, the luncheon !guests of her parents, Laura were Sunday dinner guests of church and ate dinner with them. visited her mother, Mrs. Louise Wilson.
Mrs George Faulkner, and Mary Lee Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stafford Sunday. the mother and grandmother, Mrs Mrs. Ruby Yarbrough and Messer. In Orange Park on Friday Mr. W.F. Shinn. of Charlotte. N.C.
Faulkner all attended the funeral of Alice Cason left Wednesday to Myrtle
Mrs. Sapp. Melba Faulkner arrived recently for a long visit with
visited night.
daughter, ,
and Mrs. Carlle Mae funeral of sister-in-law. Mr.. and Mrs. Leonard and
their sister aunt, attend the Mrs. Yarbrough sister Vada Mrs.Juanita Harris of State Farm his son and daughterInlaw.. Mr. and
who died (Beatrice) of their four children of Doctor's Inlet
Jordan Wednesday
April Mrs. Jeff Dowling Yarbrough. over the weekend In the and Mrs. Pierce Crews were Mrs. Don Shinn and daughters.
12, and was burled Friday, April 14. In Miami. visited with Mrs. Myrtle Sapp Green Cove Springs Nursing Home in Luncheon guests of her brotherinlawand Mr: and Mrs. Robert Lee were
Alma. Ga. Mrs. Joyce Norman met her Saturday Green Cove Sunday dinner guests of their father.
Mrs. Nelson Faulkner and son. daughter.Jan. in Lakeland and drove !Mrs Iva Cox and daughter Mrs Springs sister, Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Mr. G.L Peterson, of Dowling Park
daughter-in-law and grandson. Mr. down to Miami to attend the funeral Janet Harrison were the Sunday Pringle of Worthington Springs, on
and Mrs.Dickie Faulkner and Greg of also which was held In Miami Friday afternoon guests of Mrs. Myrtle Sapp Saturday.Mr. .
lakeland and Mary .Faulkner of Mrs. Marzelle Thornton Is a patientIn Mrs Vernelle Sapp took her niece. and Mrs. Johnny DeVore, and LAWTEY"-J(
Starke, were visiting the George Union General Hospital in Lake Debbie Barnett, to Shands Teaching! son Scotty of Atlanta. Ga. spent the The Lawtey '4-H meeting was held
Faulkners Saturday morning. Then. Butler. We wish her a speedy recovery Hospital Gainesville Friday to have BROOKERNEWS weekend with their mother.. Mrs. April 6. It was charged with excite-
Saturday noon they were all luncheon her halo removed. Debbie Is making Pauline DeVore and family ment because of the"after-fair"cele-
!guests of Mr. and Mrs Robert Mrs. Edward Knott of Starke spent remarkable progress following her Mrs Grace Dobbs of Jacksonville: bration. All project groups reported
Faulkner. Thursday with Mrs. Rosa Sapp. accident and surgery. We are all very spent Sunday afternoon with her In- entries In the fair, ribbons won and
Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Forsyth and son. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs were thankful for Debbie's wonderful laws. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. trophies won. Kenneth Howard won
Tommy were the Saturday night visiting their daughter and family.Mr progress. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and the most ribbons, totaling six. and
dinner guests of her sister and family and Mrs Howard Register In Tanya Norris of Lake City, grand by Jeanette Prescott family were Sunday dinner guests of was followed by Shawn Hart the
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Hendrix and Lake City Sunday. daughter of Mrs. Doris Tuskcy spent Phone 485-1715 their mother, Mrs Nellie Wilkinsonand winner of five ribbons along with
daughter, Aimee of Jax. The Youth Meeting of the Raiford the weekend here with her grandmother BABY SIIOWER sister Mrs. Daisy Boch. Angela Boyette. Kenneth Howard won,
Mrs. Nancy Larkin was visiting In Baptist was held at the home of Mr. Mrs. Hugh Crosby was honored Mrs. Pierce Crews and Mrs. two tropics-one in dairy and one In :
Jax. Tuesday and Gainesville and Mrs. Gerald Griffin Tuesday Hobble Henfro and two friends of Thursday April 13, with a stork Juanita Harris, of State Farm poultry. Bruce Howard won a trophy
Thursday. evening. Forty-seven youth attended Milliard were guests of Mrs. Doris shower attended by about twenty attended the revival at First Christian in dairy. We are proud of all our
Mr. and Mrs Stone Turlock and the meeting. Every Tuesday night, Tuskey for brunch Saturday.Mr friends in the fellowship hall of Church In Lake Butler on Sunday participants and workers!
son Michael of Fort While, were there will be a youth meeting in and Mrs. Donald Tuskey of Brooker Baptist Church. Hostessesfor night. The sewing projects, raffled quilt,
Sunday guests of her parents Mr and various homes.Mr. Ormond Beach were 'the weekend the event were Jean Douglas Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Dobbs of 'was won by Miss Kathy Converse of I
Mrs U B. Gordan. and Mrs. Mallie Griffis and guests of Mrs. Doris Tuskey. Linda Robinson Mildred Green Nell Macclenny and his sister, Mrs. Edna Lawtey. It was happily received since ;
Mrs. Pearl Dobbs of Lawtey was grandson, Franklin and Lance were Jackie Norris and children. Dee and Mann.Elaine Molt Freida Mott. Rose Cason. spent Friday afternoon with she will become a pride soon.
visiting Mrs. Bessie Sapp Friday. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Griffis' John of Lake City were supper guestsof Mott. Jeanette Mott Kathy Kelley his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Arlle The 4-11 holds Its monthly meetings I
Mrs. Bertha Brannen of Lake City daughter and family, Mr and Mrs. Mrs Doris Tuskey Saturday night. and Joy Markham. The hostesses Dobbs. at the Lawtey Elementary school and
spent the week with her sister and Joe Fair and son. Billy for the !Mr and Mrs. Donald Tuskey and together presented Mrs. Crosby with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carter of Clay for its appreciation, the Club J
brother-in-law Mr and Mrs. Albert weekend In Tallahassee. Mrs. Doris Tuskey visited her a car seat and infant swing in Hill visited her son-in-law and presented- wall. clocks to the seventh
Stafford.Mr. Mr and Mrs. Marvin Culver and daughter Billie and Steve Hayes, of addition to numerous gifts from the daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne and eighth!( 'grade classes.
and Mrs. Woodrow Killer and son and daughter-in-law, Randy and Alachua Sunday morning. shower guests Hardee and family during the week. We have a busy month this April
Mf.-and Mrs. Hermie Kelly went to with our county events the 22nd and a
BOOKMOBILE! Homosassa Springs with the Retired special meeting being held April 20 at
Mrs. Sandy Davis Is the, faithful Teachers Group on Thursday. 7:30 at Mrs. Howard's home.
librarian and driver of the Bradford Miss Tracy Kelly and Reddy Cox Demonstrations given at our
County Bookmobile which makes spent the weekend with his parents, meeting were: "How to, Hammer a
I regular visits to Brooker, The Book- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cox of St. Nail" by Sheila Anderson; "Mow to
0 mobile Is available every Thursdayfrom Augustine.Mr. Get your Rabbit Ready for the Fair"
10a.m. to noon near city hall. All and Mrs. Bill Doying! of by Bruce Howard: "Thoroughbred
types of books are provided for every Jacksonville visited their uncle and Horse Racing" by Shawn Hart; "I!tow
age group. aunt Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore on- to Quilt" by Barb) Newport; "How to
\JWe're Sunday afternoon. Make Something Useful Out of Junk"
PERSONALS Mrs. Geneva Redding of Wild wood, by Tony Anderson; "How to Make a
Mrs. H.B. Stokes Jr., and Christine visited Mrs. Flossie Rosier, on Tues- Cypress.. Knee Lamp" by Jimmy
Harp of Lamarque Texas visited day afternoon and other relatives and Orleman; "How to Make a Cake
their sister-In-law Mrs. Thelma Polk friends during the week. Decorating Bag and Use the 4 Basic f.
and other relatives last week. Mrs. Wordie Melton and son, Tubes" by Debra Orleman: and "Howto
Mr. Johnny Lewis and wife Nora of William Harris of Ocoee. visited her Make a Decorative Wall Hanging"by
Callahan visited his sister, Mrs. Lula son-in-law and daughter Mr: and Becky Anderson '
Mae Baxter during the weekend.Mrs. Mrs. Lonnie Teston on Wednesday. Congratulations to "grandma"
Baxter accompanied by Mrs. They attended the funeral of her Herndon on the birth of Rocky's foal,
r .. Mildred Green visited Mrs. Viola niece Mrs. Sallie McCulIuch. of Jacksonville a stud colt palomino!!
Chcsser in Alachua recently.Mrs. at Cedar Creek Cemetery atSanderson Happy Birthday to Marvin Wright
w John Bass accompanied her ,'on Friday. They returned Jr., April 12; Tony Anderson April;
., daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Jones home on Sunday morning. and Donna, Rigdon, April 21.
and baby girl of Lake Butler visited
!Mrs. James Holder, In Newberry and Mrs.John Tye spent this week with LEADER SPORTLIGIiT
other friends and relatives.LUNCIIMENU her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and This is definitely the best year of the
Mrs. Tom Talley and their new Lawtey 4-H Club. We owe,the successto
daughter Tracy Lynn, and son Chris, our wonderful leader this year,
April 24-28 of Jacksonville. Mrs. Charlene Howard!
MONDAY Tuna salad lettuce leaf Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Moore of Lake This lady has the time talent and
', bread stix. milk potato chips. Mrs. Fred Moore on Saturday' night. spends endless hours planning and
r TUESDAY: Beans and weiners, Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Wilkinson Sr., working for and with every youth in 4-
tossed salad, apple crunch, biscuit, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilkison H. The fair was a huge success for us
milk.WEDNESDAY enjoyed a family dinner on Sunday. due to her relentless efforts to have
: Turkey sandwich, Miss Sherree Shinn was a Saturday work hard participate and
peanut butter, mixed vegetables, overnight guest of Miss Debbie Rath! .,everyone earn ribbons.
I l i' orange, apple, banana salad bread,. of Starke. She attended services at She Instills the "can do" attitude in
milk. Grace Baptist Church on Sunday our youth. Her family moved from
THURSDAY: Pizza lettuce Morning and night with them. Jacksonville a year ago where
pepper salad pear halves rolls milk: Mr. and Mrs. John,Tye; Jr.? entertained Charlene led the No. 1 4-H Club. Her
chocolate pudding with topping c daughter Johnetta with a husband Tom works as a
FRIDAYOvenfried chicken with party on her sixth birthday on comptroller at the Atlantic Bank
r&iovifi'cars fast and furious gravy buttered peas, mashed Sunday. They took her and John 3rd to Corporation In Jacksonville. They
potatoes, fruit salad, hot rolls, milk.PARATROOPER the Pizza Hut In Starke that night. Her have three sons Kenneth Bruce and
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Jason C. Jason. We 4-H leaders and youth
during our annual Milliard, of Jacksonville, spent awhile appreciate and enjoy Charlene'
Saturday night with them. She leadership the joy working with
received some pretty gifts from them, 'such a fine person. Thank you for
Fast & Furious Sellathon.April her grandmother and other relatives. being you. Charlene Howard.
We this leader's'
John Timothy Wilson entertainedthe hope years
Methodist Youth' Fellowship spotlight helps you know the adults
Group from Grace United Methodist that work with your youth so you
19 Thru 22nd. Church. Lawtey, with a swimming might relax when they attend
party on Sunday afternoon. meetings. It makes a difference whena
Hew 1918Ford Miss Elizabeth Terry visited Mrs. parent can trust their youth to be
r Blanche Phillips on Saturday talon" care of when the parents aren't
(l[ -... morning. around. .
"r Mrs.Drew"Reddish and her mother,
Pinto Pony.... Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards, of Starke Brenda Stroud
2lns+ Ilo6ir visited her brother and sister Inlaw, 4-H Correspondent
,,3 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore on Sunday I 1 I
'i dill afternoon.Mrs. .

-ar r LJssle Starling, of Jacksonville AprU 24-28
,arrived on Friday April 14th and MONDAY* Hamburger gravy on
Pint Freight will spend sometimes with her mashed potatoes, green lima beans,

SALE DAYS ONLY daughter, Mrs. Elsie Norman.Mr. peaches biscuits, butter, milk.
and Mrs. Henry Hodges and TUESDAY: Spaghetti with meat,
family enjoyed a Tour of Tallahassee, cheese, tossed salad, pears, french
and spent the weekend In Panama bread milk.WEDNESDAY. ,
City. They attended Revival Servicesat i Hog 'dog on bun
Hew 1978 4:) Gulf Beach Baptist Church on baked beans,,cole slaw, applesauce,
Sunday morning. They spent Sunday '
RICKS afternoon in Petticoat Junction and THURSDAY Fried chicken
.... QUALIFIES AS EXPERT returned home late Sunday night. mashed potatoes, with gravy green
MARKSMAN Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee, Mrs. beans, peaches, rolls, butter, milk.

Spec: 4 Joe C. Ricks/ former paratrooper Betty Fishburn and son Kyle and, FRIDAY Hamburger on bun,
$ c4195 from the 42nd Battalion at Sinclair Crews, visited Mr. and Mrs. lettuce, tomato, picked french fries,
Fort Bragg N.C., has completed the Henry Hodges and. children on butterscotch' peanut butter balls;
final four months of and Monday night. milk. ,
training _' _____u.u
testing for qualification as an expert JI IT -1l ,
marksman In the Special Forces of
'SALE DAYS ONLYDtliviryFrticht Green BeretGraduation Lawtey Elementary'' NewsMrs. I
New 1978 LTD was the largest In the
history of the Special Forces course
150 out of approximately 230 persona Ms. Kathy Casey' and Ms. Sheila Odessa Hamilton's fourth
.... --- .. at Ft. Bragg. The course consisted of Silberman's classes were visited by grade class celebrated perfect
: foreign weapons, mortars; water Mrs. Stephens and students from her attendance for the testing period witha
$5990 infiltration by boat and parachute cosmetology class at the Bradford party on Friday. They had Kool-
1' G13: infiltration. County V -Tech. The women Pops and cookie and enjoyed
Ricks is now assigned to Company demonstrated how to set your hair listening to Pam Tayl<<'* record. '
,, curlers how to blow dry Many different items were brought
A, 1st BN (Battalion) Airborne 7tSpecial with your
DAYS ONLY Group at Fort Bragg hair how to comb and take care of In for Mrs. Dobbin's and Mrs.Tougaw's .
N.C. Fon-es. your hair. second grade Five Senses
TERWILLEGARMOTORS 'At the end of April Ricks will undergo The students were' reminded to Smelling Party Some' of the things
four months of OSB wash and brush their hair regularly.Mrs. .miffed" were 'soap perfume,
Communications Specialist School at Stephen also talked about how garlic, coffee, fish emulsion, toothpaste
Bragg. In September Ricks will go to to take care for your hands and ,chili powder, pepper and many
jI 'Colorado for Brave Shield 18, or war fingernails as well as general body others. It. was a fun learning
games, and then to Hawaii for field cleanliness.The children enjoyed the experience"!! for all.
s Stork problems on the main Island. demonstration and learned a lot.about Just a reminder that the play
200 W Madison
' Specialist Rick is a 1975 graduateof the lobs of a cosmetologist Hansel and Gretel, will be presented'
904, 7200 Keystone Heights High School and All students have been working on May 9 at the P.T.O. meeting Mrs.'
I. the son of Mr. and Mrs Dyal. ,Baldree very diligently on the CTBS teats for Driva and the cast are.working very
of Lake Geneva.: the past two weeks. ''hard.Yr .