Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04152
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 27, 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
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04152
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4r.d, r a Methodist Hoapital FoundaUo i Trustees have discussed for the past
{, (MHF) began Ifs administrative several months hiring a management
r-a duties Friday morning meeting firm rather than hiring another administrator I'
hospital employees following a 3-2 after R.D. Edmondson
%xla a vote Thursday night to accept; the who asked to resign. The board was
$72,000 a year management proposal. paying $19.000annually{ for an I
Although not unanimous Methodist administrator. 'I 4
Foundation president Marcus Drewa Trustee Dan Williams said the
said they would be glad to go with the management proposal was attractive
r majority. Trustee Mr*. Lucite Green because it offered expertise in several
lit the minority along with trustee areas and secondly, the only salvation !
Curtis Sanders, questioned Drewaafter for a email town hospital was to link
the vote saying she understood Itself with, a larger hospital for joint
MHF would not undertake UM buying.

management unless the vote was Board member Joseph Stephenson }

i' "Whut do I do nowT" Lawrence unanimous." seconded Williams' motion. The vote
l'dt'llaski as he ill* glumly amid the I said prefer, answered Drewa. watt -tied 2-2, Sander and Green
rubble thai was his mobile home a few The board only heard the one proposal ,,dissenting when Shuford broke the
hmir* earlier.Two presented by MHF Medenco, Inc. tie saying wa the "only salvation
management firm representativeJohn for the hospital."

.. Roger said he approached Drewa and the MHF group were
chairman George Shuford prior to the accompanied Into the board room by
ttay Electric Uaemea'work ever Thursday meeting to present his Dr.' Klert Sundusadee. Drewa
Urn to restore water-pumping service firm contract term and learned this introduced: Tony Rose a* the new administrator
I* 1M thirsty pits fa demolished week a contract with MHF. had been for the hO 1)ltaL Rose 29. '
Stttlonsi pen at. Carl Him* farm near Brooder.Financing signed. has a master degree in hospital administration
Section As IAI2ASrilion A Houston; Texas' company from George Washing
B: I"-liB Medenco own and manages 3V ton University, and did'' his undergraduate
hott.Ditalllln the south and southwest work at ML St Mary' in
Maryland. Married. Rose said he V
r' would be moving from Orange Park to
: the Starke area He hat experience In .
Carl Illnes home,.with Its carport (tity'fllall'> EinancesMove other hospital managed ,by MHF.
Kane and whole' house knockedvthopplrjawrd. 4 aid I Drewa.MHP ,.I
was considered '. manager Fraser Memorial j
near total Ions. forth* proposed new city Council members agreed toe only Hosptital Macclenny and the 63 bed '
halt lor Starke moved alone; ,Tuesday thing that'would keep Starke from Clay Memorial in Green Cove
afternoon April 25 after Starke council constructing a new city hall would be Spring. In addition to operating
member metwith Florida ,bank, If the bids expected tope opened next Jacksonville Methodist Hospital |In i
prevktont} J Tomlinaon In an ,In* Tuesday May 2, were too high. Jacksonville.
11I:' > {w1e r t.f.k' iilil/M ".'iiirtl_Council membere while reluctant to t.. Drewa presented three year,conl .. *
_.a3re ItJ.ilii w. ;y w M Rei.ui-'or the joint discussion. 'jtli'at+tat'6lru N1"yts +l: als! &J ...(.,,{ wrpuretj .. "etarv. .j}
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was terribleResidents
would think favorable bids said '
Wool lnson said,waa to find out if alb were earererS'.rurerewa JO presented a list ofresponsibilities '
five of the council member are ..naJn'eement $4O-$49 per square foot would be too of the firm goals for ?
: to bank high and put a ballpark figure of the 7Hbed hoI ltal and action to be' 1<. "
pursue financing ::::;:'
l Dig Out :From Tornado before getting the council to tabta and. $330.000: .as closer to what they could' narnfed" by the board, '- V, 'i] '.
getting a spilt vote. accept "There a lot of work to IHt done"
Commissioner Warren appeared to said Drewa. He said one of the first f'
Chain saws and tractors, roared Several violent .\storms which also Tomlinson said he had been be the moat hesitant about the things to get the "train on the track"
.- .--".. from LaCrosse to Monteocha thin touched down In Ocala and other approached informally by city clerk construction: cost,saying he was not In would be to get the rate and salaries '
week In the massive effort to dig out Central Florida areas, were spawned Merrill Edwards and council favor of an elaborate building while up. take care of problems with stale
W ItraiattSrr; from under tons of fallen timber and by a squall line entering Florida about members about the possibility of a he realized Starke needed a new city licensure and problems with finance

:" ; '" :: debris left by a demon tornado that 4 a.m. Wednesday,.April 10. causing a 300.000 loan to construct the new city hall. He also presented long range goals,
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hall and pay off an existing $30,000 In a meeting last Thursday to BHC
cut a $o million path of destruction violent mixing of cold and warm air commissioners get accredited; to establish y
across north Alachua County. currents. note. He added if he got a unanimous discussed constructing a Methodist Hospital Care Foundation I
Accustomed to minor twisters that The old tradition of "neighbor helpneighbor" nod from the council he would ask the separate building for the size Inc. of Bradford County for the .I/:
topple an occasional tree or bash a in time of need wag born banks board of directors to look at the department and reducing the of support and promotion of the health Y
,mobile home or two. residents of this again In the hard-hit LaCrosse area as loan further. the city hall by about 1,000 square are in the county; and thirdly to
rich farming area realized they were farmers pooled tractors and pitchedin "have already done some leg workas feet replace the existing hospital with a
up against som" ing more frightening to help each other in the almost far as I can tell there would be loan Architect Don Morgan said that .lew facility.
this time. /n eclipse like dark. impossible task of cutting up and approval," said Tomlinson. would reduce the cost of the but proposed Approved by the board were
ness fell over the area under a blue- hauling off century'old oaks and between 7.360 square foot city hall hesitated directive:
Discussion continued the to make an estimate of the cost
Thurldav.Aprll27BCSCHOOLBOARD black elliptical cloud'formir.g in the towering pines. bank president and council members decrease. -To ',negotiate rate reviews and
southwest. Their worst fear were Four huge trees fell on the Antioch present, Harold Eppe, Charles reminded rate increases with Blue Cross Blue
Morgan commissioners-
realized later when the
minutes storm Baptist Church
pastorium, Schaefer and Joe Shield;
Warren. Also bids
participating the should not be received unless
broke loading lightning hail and completely hiding the house from
were attorney the has been secured
4 p.m.Worksailion flash floods with up to six inches of view in the early morning hours. But George Pierce and accountant Pat committment money with a
7 p.m. Meeting rain. It was all over in a few minutes damage was miraculously slight, and Farnsworth. Talk Included pledgingthe Schaefer said he was speaking for more HOSPITAL
but the devastating effect would be no one was hurt. .
remaining 25 percent of state himself Silcox
Vernon and
April M felt for weeks and months. Clay Electric Cooperative Wilbur
Friday serving 1
sharing toward the !
revenue money Waters, who could not attend the a
Vergle Mincher was drinking coffee mast of the storm-tossed
area- loan. The city cannot pledge ad Tuesday meeting, and unless the bid see 6A \
in the kitchen of her mobile home on reported 20' poles down nine transformers page
valorum taxes without a referendum,
was way out of line he expected the
tree-lined Antioch Church road when
CONCERTBHS knocked out. and than t
? it was brought out In the discussion.
vote to be unanimous for construction
Band* Chorus she noted an eerie yellow glow In the 1.000 services out at the height of the I
Auditorium I p.m. sky then "everything! started to go storm. With 22 trucks and 40 men
SI Adults,50 centsStudtnts black." The deafening roar of theapprmching working through the night most ser Bradford County'
storm was variously described vices were restored by midnight
as that of a plane or a Wednesday, but a few were without OdaKilled; I::1
SaturdayApril29RUMMAGESALE .train..or a fleet of motorcycles. power for over 30, hour where rewiring -, Friday by Auto.
'Mrs. Mincher's husband a cancer of homes was required. Clean
victim,''was still In bed when a tree up operations were still-in progress in
BUARC crashed through the roof lodging the area as late as Monday and Clay a
SIDEWALK SALE Inches above him. He went Into shock Electric assistant manager Tommy Fourteen-year-old Linda Faye the shoulder and struck Joe D ford Nunn of Bushnell) was struck by a
10-3 behind old and the Minchers were trapped In Millican estimated the repair cost to Harris of Starke was killed Friday Newman Jacksonville 'who had vehicle driven by Larry Lane Biffkinof
CourthouseRummage their trailer for several hours before the co-op at around $13.000.( evening as she tried to cross US-301 stopped to make a turn on SR-l00. North Carolina Police reported ,
rescuers cut away trees that blockedthe After a solid week of cleanup and stepped in front of a northbound Lupo was charged with careless Nunn pulled out of the Holiday Inn
Sale only exit. Rescue efforts were operations the Alachua County Road car.Linda driving and driving with a suspended Gulf station on US-301 and struck: the
," Corner Walnut A Madison delayed by fallen timber that Department hauled the last of the was, walking to her home license. Biffkin vehicle In the right rear as It
f Ladles Auxiliary barricaded Antioch road In both litter from County roads Thursday. when she wad struck at 8:30: p.m. by atarice Police investigated three was headed south i
United Pentecostal Church directions. Allen Ellison ACRD engineer, described I Phillip Steven Futch also of Slarke. accident Saturday. April 22, Damage to both can was $350. j j
On west Hainesworth., on 233 the storm damage as the Futch attempted to swerve Into the Involving no injuries. ( i
.4 Sunday April 30MEMORIALSERVICE between LaCrosse and Alachua. Anna worst in his experience. "Wind middle lane. but could not avoid Jimmy Lee Masllne of Starke was Elizabeth Bryan Gomes of Lawtey i
Doris Bowers, her daughter two damage started west' of I-7S. near striking her with the right front of his charged with improper tag display was charged Saturday with an "
grandchildren. and a visiting friend High Springs, with tornado touchdowns vehicle. No charge were filed against and no brakes following an accidenton Improper left turn causing an accl- ,
were literally blown from their mobile in a two-mile-wide horseshoe Futch. Call Street In which Masllne ran dent. Police report James Walter .
4 p.m. Crosby Lake home when the storm lifted it from its shaped curve from Hague and Linda fa the third traffic fatality in Into the back of a parked car owned by Prince of Starke traveling on US-301 t'
,:2; 'C.ma.rybyUDCF foundation and dropped it 50 feet LaCrosse, on eastward to the Junction Bradford County this year. Joy Thompson Norman of Miami.Police hit the right side of the Gomes' vehicle t
away in a meaningless 'mass of of Stl-235 and 231 south of Brooker.. Two men received minor injuries estimated $400 damage to the as It made a left turn onto East
ChangeMondaYfdsYi! rubble.The floor of the unit sailed still striking a final blow at Monteocha. Saturday when Raymond Q. Lupo, ofr Masline vehicle and *too to the Washington St. r
I further, some 100 feet across a graded just west of U.S. 301." Ellison said. O'Brien. Fla., took his eyes off the Norman vehicle Police estimated $500 damage. to
road. Fringe wind, with a little tree road to look at a dead animal lying on A vehicle driven by Dorothy Wai- each vehicle.
Receiving the only storm.reported damage were reported as far east as -
Injuries, four occupants of the trailer Keystone Heights. 6 .
BC COMMISSION were hospitalized treated for cuts" Thirty' trees were down in one two- 'Spring Ahead for Time Change Sunday .J-II
,\I filOa.m. and bruises and released. mile stretch on the "Cooter Pond
7 p.m. Land Use "Lord, it was terrible." said Road" just north of Cash Country if
Shermanetta Durrani, describing her, ranch where damage to buildingswas It I Is that time of year again to ,T,
f.LAWTEY COUNCIL return from work to find the famiily's also severe. Ellison: said the ,"Spring Forward. Fall Backward. t
) p.m. mobile home in the remote Clean-up operation, had cost ACRD The catchy little verse reminds peopleto Set ,
? Monteocha area' west of Waldo. and ;
$8.000 in labor and turn the clock ahead one hour
TuesdayM."y2. .. spread over the ground where it had equipment He paid tribute to resi Sunday.April 30,initiating six months .... .. {
': been dropped by the* tornado crushed dents of the area who loaned equip of daylight saving time. Clocks.": '
-t. like an egg shell ment and provided volunteer labor for
STARKE COUNCIL. Luckily none of the family wa at the job. The "fast time" become effective, 'f .
b 7p.m. home when the storm dippped down tq Damage by hail rain and'wind to- officially at 2 a.m. EST April 30. but '
.. deal its knockout blow near the end of Union County farm crop wa the U.S. Department of Transportation Ahead '
BMS English Teacher a 17-mtle long two-mile wide blitz. estimated at "".900 by the county'' which regulate time zones t
'f and Parents,,30 p.m. Both- Mrs>Durant and her husband. ASCS Committee following a tour of across the country, suggests setting .. II '. "
Charles had'gone, to their jobs in the area. Hardest hit were tobacco, the clock ahead before retiring ''i .
I cr"m ..Gltln..vUleearlier ,that morning with an .estimated loss of 130.000, Saturday night.Standard ; ,4 :? .. .:. ..
dropping their three children off at squash $133.000; watermelons, '. ." c1 .
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time "
will return the last, "
Durants had some insurance to help in ,
;, Mutt :SankACCMMti their comeback effort and the more TORNADOsee Sunbay In October. Person affected' .
Alachua County Red Cross assisted by the Ume change. nearly) all ,. .
with meeting the family'. immediate American should remember if they ,
:' ._"MM'...).Inert M *UtT need for food and clothing. page 6A 'retire at 10 p.m. April 29 to set their. ,,1,1,1,
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_ Beta Sigma Phi To Celebrate 47th Anniversary

.r Beta Sigma Phi, a social, cultural When Beta Sigma Phi events-or < e eMwil

and service organization for women, civic endeavors arc larger than one PLf{ 64/fide 071te
I plans the celebration of the 47th chapter can plan alone all chapters In
anniversary of Ita founding, on May a. a city or area may combine their
Beta Sigma Phi la the largestwnmen's strength. There are state conventionseach .l y efaor,
sorority In the world. which member _
any may
year .
Celebrations wlU take place In the 24 attend. "

countries In which the organization's Internationally, the chapters have Tammy Ke1f ey, Cookie Mitzel and Randall Brooks
ZM.ooo members In over 12.000 created several special funds: The
chapters exist. The organization is International Loan Fund, through David Baldree
non-academic, non political and nom which members help one another; Wed April 17 at Garden Ceremony
sectarian.The keynote to Beta Sigma "International Endowment Fund To Wed w k
Phi is July 21
Chapters friendship.of five different degrees which has donated over one million '. Lori Lynn (Cookie) Mitzel, long stem yellow rose with yellow
dollars to cancer research, cystic of Duane and streamers.
daughter Dorothy
meet the growing needs of various age fibrosis, homes for underprivileged Mr. and Mrs. Morris C. Kelley of
Mitzel, Rt S, Box 139AA, Starke and Given In marriage by her father the
groups Members are active In small children,and many other causes: The Lawtey announce the engagement of Randall Curtis Brooks, son of Mr.and bride wore a white satin floor length
chapter groups. Each chapter adapts Exemplar Fund which helps to their daughter, Tammy Lynn, to Mrs Ollie Williamson of Hamptonwere gown with long satin sleeves accented
the plans for social civic and service support Literacy Village In India; anda David S. Baldree, son of Mr. and Mrs united in marriage at a garden by pearls and lace on the sleeves and
and cultural activities to fit the. college scholarship fund for C.A. Baldree of Starke.
wedding April 17 at 7:30 p.m. at the around the neckline. She wore a
interests of its members. members or their sons or daughters. Miss Kelley will be a 1978 graduateof Mitzel home. diamond cross, a gift from the

Outstanding projects and activities Bradford High School and la Norman Contl Justice of the Peace, groom's parents. Her pearl headpiece
Mrs Lipsey Celebrates88th of the local chapters) are: Brownie employed with the Bradford County performed the nuptial secured her white full length tulle lace
Troops. Four-H Camp and Venessa School Board. The background for the ceremony veil. She carried a nosegay of daisies I
Birthday April 20 Powell Fund. Mr. Baldree was a 1976 BHS was a large sunburst arrangement of and baby's breath. I
The Founder's Day celebration on graduate and Is employed with the yellow and white gladiolus, daisies A reception: was given by Gatorland '.
May 2nd, at the Garden Restaurant Lawtey Correctional Institute and mums and arch candelabra with CB club members.
Mrs. Walla LJpsey was marks the 47th anniversary of the' The wedding Is planned for Friday, yellow tapers. A garland of yellow and white
complimented at a luncheon last founding. The organization was July 21. at 7:30 p.m, In the Northstde Dana woods presented a daisies and greenery encircled the
Thursday given by her daughter, Mrs. founded In Abilene, Kansas, by Mr. Baptist Church, Starke. wedding music. programof bride's cake and also were used on the

Foster Shi Smith, on her 88th Walter W. Ross. The anniversary will All friends and relatives are Invitedto Mr. and Mrs. Randall Brooks Johnnie Lee attended as best man. punch table. Pouring punch: were
birthday.The be observed by the chapter or by the attend. Roger and James Mitzel were ushers Herb Rice and Christine Lewis
luncheon was held at the Smith two chapters located In Starke and all Nancy McNeal attended as maid of Eleanor Rice cut the cake and Chip
home on W. Madison Street. The 14 other chapters around the world. Terri Dyal) HonoredAt honor. Attendants were Kim Spitz'' assisted in serving. Odetta.
guests were seated at two tables set Brenda Slade Is serving as chair citl Kimberly and Myrtlce Williamson. Brown kept the bride's book.
up In the dining room and family man of the Founder's Day activities. Bridesmaids LuncheonMiss They attired alike in floor length mint Following a wedding trip to South
rcom. The tables were covered with The toastmistress for the evening is I green satin gowns. They wore Florida the couple Is residing at
white damask cloths and centered Mrs. Connie Best Other members Villa.
Terrl Dyal l, whose to matching straw hats and carried one Hampton
with arrangements of roses In silver taking part In the are: Ms.
bowls. Cherie Cox, Mrs. Linda Bowen, Mrs. Larry Paterson will be an event of
Following luncheon the guests sang Harriett Bryan, Mrs. Diane Hodge, April 29, at 7:30: p.m. In the Hope Wedding Couple Honored At Reception April 24 I
Baptist was honored at
Several of Mrs. Lipsey s favorite Mrs. Dimple Overstreet. Mrs. Vonda abridesmaid's
songs accompanied by Mrs. Lavon Stephens, Mrs. Beth Waters and Mrs. luncheon Saturday, Miss Sonya Tenly and fiance Andy Arrangements of multicoloredroses
Andrews at the piano. Marie Wynn. April 22, at ip.rm given by Mrs Bill Baldree were honored at an Open and sweet plas were used
Out-of-town Mrs. Vonda Stephens has been sister of the prospective groom. House on Monday night given by Mr. throughout the house, also houseplants
Gilbert Newcomb guests of Gainesville were Mrs.and selected for the honor of presenting a at the home of Mrs. Terry King in and Mrs. James V. Crosby, Sr., Mrs and hanging baskets.
Keystone Heights. ,Charles Darby, Mr. and Mrs ".E.
special message from the lOI'orlty'spre.ldent. Inviting guests to the family'room
Mrs. LK. Whitehead of
Keystone She has received the Nine guests were seated at two Hardy and Col. (Ret.) and Mrs. H.M. and patio were Mrs. Crosby and Mrs
Heights.Mrs. message from the International office tables which were covered with satin Hatcher, Jr. at the home of the latter Darby.
---- cloths and centered with arrange- on East Calf, Street.
in Kansas City. Missouri. Awards will Pouring punch on the patio were
Harry Stallings and family of be presented to local members and ments of white daisies in cut glass Greeting the guests at the door were Mrs. Rodney Grlffls, sister of the
Gainesville visited her parents Mr. outstanding members will be re t vases. Col. (Ret.) and Mrs. Hatcher, who bride-elect. Misses Tammy Baldree
and Mrs. C.L. Dinkins on Sunday. cognized.Mother's. The hostess presented the honoree presented them to the receiving line, and Treeste Baldree and Mrs. Cheryl
with a piece of her chosen china and Miss Tenly, Mr. Baldree, his parentsMr. Saunders, sisters of the groomelect.Miss .
three glass salad bowls as a momentoof .and Mrs. Charles Baldree and her
- - - Tracey George kept the guest
the occasion. parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Tenly, Jr. book and Misses Christie Redding,
t Tammy, Kelley and David Baldree Mrs. R.G. Paterson assisted in Inviting guests to the refreshment and Jenny Shannon and Karen Chitty
.- serving.Mr. tables was Mrs.J.E. Hardy. The table cousins of the bride-elect assisted In
was overlaid with an Imported em- caring for the guests.
Day George Huggins broidered silk organza cloth and the Mrs. Charles Hardy Mrs. Robert

centerpiece was of silk flowers with Milner, Mrs. L.F. Dinkins Mrs.
Speaker burning yellow tapers in silver Donald Rardon, Mrs. Joan Chitty and
j&( Gift SuggestionsFrom candelabras. Silver trays held dainty Mrs. Clyde Sinclair assisted In caring
Church Of God AuxiliaryGeorge sandwiches and sweets. for the guests.
Pouring from the silver punch bowl The hostesses presented the
1 during appointed hours were Mrs. honoree with
an astor lily corsage and
Huggins was speaker April E.D. Tenly, Sr., grandmother of the five
serving pieces to her chosen
The Needle 24 at the monthly meeting of the bride-elect; Mrs Paul Carter, Mrs. silver pattern.
Magic Ladies of the Starke Church
Bobby Shannon and Mrs. Joan Chitty, One hundred couples were Invited to
of God.
aunts of the bride-elect call between the hours of eight to ten.
Mr. Huggins spoke on flower A' _ .
1517 B. senr Road gardening and conducted a questionand Alpha Nu Holds Installation Apr. 18 I
answer session concerning :
4 :y 964-5149 Stark 964-6300 flowers. Martha Riherd of Lake Butler was President Shirley Jasonek of Mac-

The business meeting was Installed president of Alpha Nu clenny presided over the business

j i Still Time For You To Do conducted by president Mrs. Charles of Delta Kappa Gamma at the meeting. Muriel Norman installed the
Schmitt and devotions were given by April 18 meeting held In the Bradford following officers for the next two
I. Miss Joan Bennett. m County High School Library. years to serve with Mrs. Riherd:
Candle Screen In XST. Evening Bog Plans were made for special A Lucile Payne of Starke. first vice-
Mother's events and Women's ,Debbie Ward Surprised president; Joyce Weldon of
Check Book Cover Wallet World Day Dar Prayer.Refreshments ry Macclenny, second vice-president;

Glass were served by At Birthday PartyMrs. Evelyn Adick of Lake Butler corresponding -
Eye Case.. Cosmetic, Case Clutch Bag hostesses Miss Joan Bennett.. Mrs. .i leg I secretary and Sharon
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\ \ Dot Geiger and Mrs. Lewis Bennett ) t ,. P. Debbie Ward was honored at a ,Lyons of Lake Butler, recording:
Re'ady'ForGiving : The Auxiliary meets the last surprise birthday party last Saturday .secretary. .
\ wed'ricdgnized' I
Monday night of each month. The given by Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown at Joyce Norman as
Ladies Bible study'. I Is conducted th* and Mrs. Donald Monley their home on S. Walnut Street.A having been selected us Teacher of
first and third Tuesday nights of each theme the Year in Union County.
strawberry was
Petit Point Evening Bag Tote BagsSilver.Gold month at 7:30 p.m. out in the party decorations.The Next meeting will be at the home of
And The church extends a warm Teila Green refreshment table was covered Muriel Norman In August for orientation -
Scissors ,
Folding welcome: to the of the members.
Porcelain Thimbles women of the with a white cloth accented with new
Frames community to attend any of these' Donald strawberries and centered with a red Hostesses from Bradford County
services at 422 N. St. Clair Street. Mosley candle in candle served a delicious buffet prior to the
And Especially Gift CertificatesSo a strawberry ring.
---- meeting to the 29 members present.
Wed March 18 The guests were served hors d
She May Choose That Needlework She's Been Eyeing oeuvres. Hostesses were: Ernestine Register
chairman Hilda Adele Mitchell
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green and Debbie was presented a strawberry ; Dey.
Mrs. J.H. Fields were In Jacksonville Teila Green daughter of Mr. and birthday cake and gifts from her Della Rosenberg. Maureen Paul.
Free Instructions Credit Cards of Evelyn Edna Hart, Muriel
Major Sunday visiting Mrs.Charles Fields a Mrs. Floyd Gnann Middleburg, guests. Haney \
became the bride of Donald Eugene Norman and Mona Conova..
patient in St. Vincent's Hospital.
J Mauley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donnie

Mouley of Maxville on March 18 at S Mrs. Guthrie Shower HonoreeMrs. I
p.m. at the home of the bride's grand-

mother In Middleburg. Kathy Starling Guthrie, a 'Thornton Johns Mrs. Eugene' Lee and
is in Middle- .
SELECT STYLEFIT The couple residing
recent bride was honored at a bridal Mrs. Jimmy Thornton.

burg. shower Tuesday Pine April 18, in the A green and yellow color motif was
Youth Building at Level Baptist carried out In the decorations. The
---- Church. refreshment table was covered with a
FOR A PRINCESS Misses Jean Mundy and Sharon white linen cloth over a green liner

Sofford of Tallahassee spent the and was centered with an arrange-
and SAVE weekend at the Mundy cottage at Hostesses were:. Mrs. Vernle ment of spring' flowers. Other
A Kingsley Lake. Thornton Mrs. Bishop Myrick, Mrs arrangements of spring flowers were
Q I MICARTA PLASTIC TOPS A.B. Whitehead, Mrs. Owen Alvarez used throughout the hall.
Jr., Mrs. John Kenney, Sr., Mrs. Games with prizes and refresh
'}' EASY-OPEN DRAWERS Mr. and Mrs. O.G. Strayhorn of
James Davis Sr. Mrs. Roscoe
ments were enjoyed by the
Wildwood and Mr. and Mrs. W.N.
i -. 1 if FUll DUST-PROOFINO Hazen of Gainesville were Sunday Bullin Moody Joe Thornton, Mrs. approximately 50 guests during the

:J ; r'. I PLATE CLASS MIRRORS visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Hazen. Mark Mrs. W.T Smith, Mrs. party hours 7:30: and 9:30: p.m.

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AprUI7.t7' TELEGRAPH PaleaAit :

', Engaged Couple .\ """ J Sr. Allison Craig Michael Hilliard To Wed Mcy 5 .
0,r:' ",R' "\J\1.:\ ",, .L. Bradleys,,. .
HonoredAt \1!>' W1, Celebrate25th Mrs. Lenorah R. Craig of Starke The wedding will take place Friday
'1, : announced the engagement and May I. ,at. p.m.' at the lleilbronn
Dinner PartyAtLeChateau II approaching marriage of her Springs Baptist Church.
Anniversary daughter Allison,to Michael Milliard,
son of Mr.and Mr*. Manuel Milliard of All friends and relatives are Invitedto
Mr. and Mrs John Leslie Bradley, Palatka. attend.
Miss Marlane Collins of Keystone Sr. of Kingsley Lake will celebrate --oS S
Heights and fiance Glen Nettles of their 23th weddinganniversary' at I Beverly Eggers and David Byers of Mrs. Madison Psccttl of West I'alm
starke were honored reception Sunday 7, from 2 to 5
at an engagement May Beach
Jacksonville visited Mr.and Mrs. B.J. was Monday to Wednesday of
party Friday April 21, pm. In the First Baptist Church tout
Eggem on Sunday.Mr. guest of Mrs. roster Shi Smith
given MlM Collinsp their
by brother and Fellowship Hall given by and Mrs Walla Llpney
.l -I -law Mr. and Mrs. Steve children.
Collins of Gainesville at the + All friends and relatives are invitedto and Mrs. J.D. Odom. Jr.. Paul Hawkins of Rrandln was
LeChateau at Atlantic Beach r attend. attended Grand OI Opry In Nashville. Sunday dinner guest of Mr and Mrs.
Attending !the family affair were The family asks no gifts please. Tenn. over the weekend. Titus Olson.O .
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Collins of

Keystone Heights, son Rex and Mariano Collins,
daughter, LiRa Miss Lynette Collins
of Jacksonville and Mr. and M.... Glen NettlesEngagement
Steve,Collins and children, Stephanieand
Leslie of Gainesville. Told -t I

Mr and Mrs. Clinton Collins' of
Terri Gurley, Norms Jean Webb Keystone Heights announce !the Allison Craig
engagement of their daughter,
James Gibbs, Jr. Norma Jean Webb, Mariane. to Glen Nettles, son of Mr. S S S S
and Mrs. Herman Nettles of Starke.
Wedding plans will be announced at DUPLICATE BRIDGE
Wed Michael DobbsTo CLUB RESULTS
April 21 a later date.
WedMay 12 Mr. and Mrs Huston McClane, Mr. Dr. and Mrs Jim Mlneslnger were
Terri Lynne Gurley of Lake City and Mrs M.L. Judd, Mrs. and Mrs !the winning couple at Duplicate
and James Clayton Gibbs Jr. of Mr. and Mrs. William ET. Webb. Sr. Lavon Andrews, Dr. 'and Mrs. J.E. Bridge Tuesday! night. Jeff Wrenshall 8 -Ir
Starke were united in marriageFriday of Jacksonville announce the Denmark and !Mr and Mrs. Douglas, and Eva Mathewson were second and
engage.ment O
,April 21, at 8 p.m. In the homeof and approaching marriage of Hardy were among those attendingthe Mrs. Lex Green and Cecelia Ter-
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sellers. their daughter, Norma Jean to Cedar Keys Art Festival' recently willegar were third.JIM'S OUTSTANDING
Officiating the double ring' Michael Lawrence Dobbs, son of Mr. t
ceremony was the Rev. David and Mrs. A.J. Dobbs of Law-lev. ... .-..
Hodges. y Whirlpool
The bride Is the daughter of Lacey The wedding will take place .
Gurley of Lake City and Lloyd Gurleyof May 12 at 7:30: p.m. at !the Heritage WASHER VALUE
Pearson. Ga. Club In the Heritage Apartments in
The bridegroom Is the son of Mrs. Jacksonville with a reception Model LOA 1500
Evelyn Sellers of Starke and James following in !the club. STYLINGCENTER .
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ifwcdt. cycles wlttt
GibbH. Sr., of Lake City. .'cooldown.en
Following a short wedding trip the All friends and relatives are Invited for Permanent Pratt fabrics
couple Starke.will.reside on Brownlee RoadIn to attend. 004-6394 3 ene'gy..vlng lempaeleclor

i Karen M. Reddish, Pate Gassett Engagement Told Personalized Hair Styling For Men And WomenMttbtr't :I water-laving eel.ctorE.uy4o'ciian

Oay tiller
Sheriff Dolph Reddish and Ms. Mr. Gassett is employed with E.I. tttmt LADIES & MEN a SuperSUAGILATOA.
Shirley Carpenter announce the Dupont and Co., Inc. CQRIV LOOK agitator," I
engagement( and approaching A June wedding Is planned. At. 1IN
marriage of their daughter. Karen to \
w s20oo
Pule Gassed son of Mr. and Mrs. l! Facials
Davis GuHHClt! all of Starke.

Cnrdiopulinonarv Miss! Reddish\ is n student Technology in the REDKEN For Men & Women VALUES NEVER t

program at Santa Ke Community Visit '

Tuesday Evenings Men's Night SHOP TODAY! .
Thursday Evenings Ladles' Night mirlpoollaundry
per3onaf3 .
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,. 904-6394 00
Mrs. B.J. : 2i8
returned Across From Hwy Patrol headquarters
Saturday after a week In St. Vincent's

Hospital. : bJurii 301 North Cn.okeur ar.dlt Nrm.. now!

Mr. and Mrs Bobby Welch and ; 964.6394 With Trade In
sons Jeff and Chip of Savannah, Ga.,
spent Tuesday and Wednesday with Karen Reddishand
her parents, Dr. and Mrs. O.L.llaynts. Pair Gamed
,Jr. The boys remained with
their grandparents while .their
parents are taking a weeks vacationIn t t ,

the Bahamas. Doiftlet Whirlpool "

1 Mr! and Mrs. H.A. Lawson spent J you dF.N. 1
JastrtWednesday: and Thursday4with Nab, skNallllpMalppjppr4t.4nwu'',.,,. : Modal ADF-P50.2
Mr, and Mrs. Charles Lawson and <' 11: 'e "
\.1( : r .. 5,000 BTU/Hr capacity
family In Tallahassee. tax refund flyaway 6,0 E.E.A.,
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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Russell of .::3..pe..d fan,', ;: /' qI
Jacksonville' were Sunday guests of Energy Saving Op//( nfj'lnter.
I m/ftent/ fan,and thermostat( *
Mr. and Mrs. C.G. Hill. Put it in a i.
,; away air direction .
"II Air changer control (EAh u< I.
Mrs. David Montgomery spent'Wednesday thermostat
to Friday of last week account today.
with her mother,Mrs. II.L. Tolbert of I savings COMFORT GUARD corn, 'tInsta
Lake City. -Mout t for fast Inst.;'' ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Edwards. Mrs.
Hal Edwards Mrs. Lila Caldwell and Limited Time Onlr6800
Dianne Yawn attended a birthday
dinner Sunday in Tallahassee for
Cynthia Edwards of FSU. They were
in the afternoon by Mr. and
POHTAHLK S.Om/ to 6.000 IItu
Mrs. IIK. Tyus of Tallahassee,

former residents of Starke. Engineered to provide quality Land ..
value at low first coal. ..- -
Mr. and Mrs: Emmett Ferryman ==-=== 'r.-
Jr.; of Bethlehem. Pa., are spending For the householder who wishes ::::::!==== I
several days In Starke and with to move toward the quiet and ---' e
Comer Perryman at Kingsley Lake. features or the Siesta but at
lower first cost the Siesta Ill I is an
Mr.and Mrs. Curtis Sanders. Sr.. of excellent choice. It provides
Spurtanburg. S.C. were Sunday basic functional cooling with I
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sanders Jr. good efficiency but without
deluxe extra h
Local admittances to Bradford
County Hospital this week Include: rury TIIK SIESTA II OFFKKS: :
'. from Starke-Mrs. Mary McGee.
: Russell Griffis Mrs Lennie Woods. Side -slde air flow control. Two-
Donald Jackson John Manning and spud Ian: Exhaust:! system to
Harry Houston.: William T. Scott of expel! smoke, odors \\aohable!, $ 198 0 0
Hampton: and David Logan of removable filler Weather-
Keystone Heights.Mr. Armor cabinet. Lightweight
construction far ease of carryingand
and !Mrs. Charles Hutcheson. ,
installation using factory
i Mrs. Edith Hutcheson and Mrs. Felix ry ryi + attached mounting for double You Pa, Only
S.IPP were in Adrian. Ga., over the hung "Indows.IA.
weekend nnd attended the Hutcheson t
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family reunion on Sunday.

Ten members of the Bradford

County mittee attended Democratic the Executive party's Unity Com! <<&I @lUJ

Dinner honoring Gov. Reubin Askewat
the Hilton Hotel in Gainesville last
Friday night. Committee members
attending were Mr. and Mrs Guy '__ .'-
Andrews. Mrs. Lucille Green. Mrs I '
Cecilia Terwlllegar.Ir.! and Mrs. Art
Scluilz. E.L. Matthews. William E. [ ONLY 1
Dumpier. Johnny' llobbs. Jr.. and "', .',-

chairman Vernon E Olin. ,).:... fr'" Special z
It's a happy occasion when your IRS refund check arriycs in

the mail Some people think of it as "new found" money and spend ;\
J ) In a wink. Others however put- that money with us in a savings ItijI" .. For Those 'The anywhere,
Whd' ?
account. t you

; Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Davis That way,your refund money will earn a high rate of inter Summer t9..RInnn anytime
announce the birth of a son. Curtis ,t : est It will grow in value because the interest you,eam is compounded l..I gas grill"Cook
Robert. Jr.. born April 19 In Alachua'' '.. ( ...and your money is safe with us because it's insured by a U.S. Gov l..... ;a -0

General' Hospital. Paternal grand- .., ernment Agency On top of all that, your money is availablewhepeyer Outs-- .:--
are Mr.and Mrs. Oscar Davisof ""' J
parents Maternal grandparents are :: you want it. \ ?} : ESttC
Mr Starke.and Mrs.Dade V ynn of Sampson So remember don't fritter! your refund away. Put it with us "".== ,

City.! and let it grow for another day. = .-- :
tiry0r Slade
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David and Cheryl l Meng announce Guaranty Federal I ,
I' the arrival of their daughter. Carrie' :, Appliance Center
Lyn. born April 17 at Shands hospital
in Gainesville She weighed 7 Ibs.. 14 Savings, and Loan Association of Oalne"'lIIe./ ,
oz: and measured 22 incites. Maternal I "
,i grandmother Is Mrs. Adel' Ccetzman Starke: iff
of Kf''sioneHelllht... Maternal great 393 W Madison St,
grandmother Is Mrs. Lois Tanner of Starke
Lawtev. Paternal grandparents are 964-5000 !
Francis and Dolores Meng of ,,,' .
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grandmother is Mrs. Freda \ Tina DOES THE'JOB t r '
Toledo.Ohio.Carrie has a sister
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Seventy-year-old Dreadon Hines
was burled In New Mop Cemetery the
day before the tornado struck, tearing 4I.
apart the 125-year-old farm on SR-233
7 south of Brooker, where he lived with v
tit+ his ton, Carl, and next door to his

I 55o.ero spread now operate the

Had he lived to see the destruction
It would doubtless have broken his
heart his arand on's mobile home +
crushed under five broken pines; his .- -.. 1Ma
M son's home smashed by an ancient .w
Irll tti oak; and a 19-unit farrowing) house,
+ with 19 sows and ITS baby pigs
l t yryr trapped In a mass of rubble without
food or water.

One of the hardest hit spots In the
path of the tornado that touched down
Rmcne Unit Blocked at Crossing Wednesday.. April 19. the Hines
property looked like a battlegroundwith
pine trees snapped like matchsticks -
several feet above ground,
mingled in a tangled mans with 100-
year-old oaks,some four to five feet in 4rut
Looking at the wreckage there wasa
feeling of awe that the hardearnedfruits
of four generations of labor P Wlrr ,, fitr +
could be destroyed by trio forces of
nature In less than five minutes The
arduous job of cleaning up must take
4 '1 place now before the bigger Job of rebuilding -
could begin and you
wondered at the spunk of these
," oc"'! ..,.. as a tractor dragged away the Red Cross disaster officials confer with the Charles Ourants amid( ruins of their mobile
.A debris, limb by limb. home at Monteocha.

;:;:!);-/ 1. On that dark morning, a week ago,
.... Alan Mines and his young wife, Alexis,
were in their mobile home, 200 feet
st Trestle. from his father's house. When the
Underpass winds started blowing and the trees
started bending they grabbed up
their five-year-old: son, Danny, and
? ran to the frame house as the tornado
Underpass or roared in.During.

the few minutes the storm r s p ,

Fortunately it wasn't an Even with the railroad's help, ravaged) both homes and surrounding rr
trees and out-buildings, the family
accident victim or someone with some local funds will be requiredfor huddled in an Inside hallway of the
a heart attack when the Rescue this project, and since the Carl Hires' home. "1 felt like the

Unit was held up at the* Call emergency route will also be house was fixing to fly,".the elder
Street crossing: last week by a used by the county fire Mines said.

freight train hauling a tank car department, the city and county "This thing tore away what It took
with leaking oxygen. Traffic was would do well to establish a joint 20 years to build,"said Carl referringto
backed up for two blocks along fund, which would be availablefor his once comfortable frame house
Call)) Street (SR-230)) and the use! when the time comes for with Its battered rose garden In the
construction of this back, and grape arbor now broken
Rescue Unit, carrying a patientto emergency under a fallen tree.
the hospital, was detained for route.
about five minutes at the But there was no time for tears. 4L.
crossing.In There has been enough talk Power lines were down all over the L114J4
about this project in recent yearsto place and water must be hauled in for
19 sows and 175 baby pigs. "It was a
book but
instance it wasn't fill a good-sized v
this a
miracle that we lost only one, said
nut lor of l life and death but it I very little action. Now that we Alan limes, viewing the shambles
might well have been, us was the have seen an actual instance of that had once been a farrowing house

'n"lt' several years ago when the rescue unit being blocked bya r flft.
every crossing In' town was train even though not fatal in

blocked by a long freight train for this case action should take County Agents '

15 minutes or more, and the the place of talk before someone -* "
ambulance, carrying an, accident pays with his life for... our I; ': .:. Notobocik'

victim, had to make a long run hesitation and indecision. ... J r : $,
& ; I ByBobby
out to the Market Street'crossing

and back to the Nice to Know Taylor
This time the accident .
hospital. Crushed mobile home on Antioch Church road, where cancer patient Wilbur Mlncher
victim died. Phone: 9644280 Extension narrowly escaped death.

It is good to know that the milk
What are the alternatives? of human kindness hasn't com
of the most
Proper mowing one
Either the construction of an pletely dried up, although it Important factors contributing to an
overpass, to give unobstructedaccess sometimes seems that the supplyis attractive lawn. Proper mowing
from one side of the townto getting short in this cynical means that the grass is cut at the

the other, or the constructionof "every man for himself' age. optimum height and often enough to
it healthy and attractive.'
an underpass. An overpass, of keep l
"make or break" the
Mowing can
/ J course, would be much more expensive Two happenings during the lawn regardless of the type of grass or
(estimated at around past week somewhat restoredour how well It is otherwise maintained.
$500,000)), as compared with the faith in the old-fashioned Mowing too low weakens the grass
relatively\ minor cost of an under virtues of the Good Samaritan.One causing the sod to thin-out;
encourages invasion of weeds; makes
taking advantage of the
pass the grass more susceptible to pests;
natural under the railroad instance was the responseof
passage and can eventually cause: the lawn to I
trestle near the south city friends and neighbors to help die. Mowing too high produces a s
limits victims of the tornac that ragged, unattractive lawn and encourages I m 1
ravaged the countryside south of buildup of thatch spongy
layer of plant debris). Mowing with a
Opinions differ as to the Brooker. Residents of LaCrosseand
dull or poorly adjusted mower causes } 4'
feasibility of the suggested other hard hit areas forgot severe damage to the grass and
underpass, with one fire chief their own problems for a while leaves very unsightly after cutting.
saying that clearance would not and went to the assistance of
bt sufficient for his trucks and Optimum cutting height Is deter P t, t/b/
those whose problems were mined by the growth habit of the grass t
frequent flooding of the area greater.' The American Red and its texture (width and length of
would pose a problem. Another Cross opened a shelter for leaves). Survival of the grass dependson
chief thinks "it would be better victims at LaCrosse, but no one its ability to produce enough leaf
than nothing," and the clearance came to stay. AU who lost their surface to maintain adequate food
production through
and flood problems might be cor- homes apparently found shelter the lawn is mowed too photosynthesis.low, too many

rected with proper design. with willing friends and leaves are cut off, and the grass is 1- _- ,:sty rn1 s -
neighbors. Farmers who escaped unable to produce enough food to _
Partial relief from the critical damage sent their tractors and maintain itself The grass literally

problem at least from a fire chain saws and even themselves starves, the sod becomes thin and d3 L r "','+
produces a very poor looking lawn. t
standpoint come soon
to help those who were "Fine-leaved creeping lawngrasses
the city houses one fire truck on wiped out by the storm. can be mowed closer to the ground
the east side of the railroad in a than coarse-textured upright

new building being constructed Other reassurance came in the grasses. Removal of so much leaf Baled hay, ruined by rain adds to total loss of barn en hard-hit Cooler Pond'road.

at the power plant. The city's quick response that Gatorland surface would mean that these coarse .. -..- ., ., .. .
truck to be CB'ers made to the needs of Mr grasses could no longer produce ', ,
fire '
new is expected .f <
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sufficient food.The sod would thin and ;, \
delivered in three weeks, at and Mrs. Henry Rhoden and four plants would die if mowing was A. ,; ,' ;':'' ;".. 'II
which time the Seagrave' be children, of Hampton, who were continued at so low a height of cut .".

stationed east of the tracks. The burned out of their home last ,
week all their Frequency of mowing is determinedby -'' ., 'i.fo'R'i't,:
unit will remain losing possessions. '
rescue problem growth rate of the grass which in 1 1 ) 4- _
however, with no apparent The Gatorlanders keep a stockof turn depends on climatic conditionsand } r _

solution except an overpass or an clothing, furniture, and some the maintenance program being '1\:; ,.. "
underpass.The appliances on hand to use in such followed. For example, during the .:
cases and went to the aid of the summer when warm-season grasses
fast must be mowed I
grow very they
Seaboard Coastline has Hampton family as soon as they often During winter growth is slower
scheduled reconstruction of the learned of their need. and mowing Is needed less often. The r
trestle in 1980 and will hopefully maintenance program has a lot to do ,
it to the Yes, it's niceto know that the with how often the lawn needs tobe t r
design necessary ;
for fire trucks and milk of human kindness has not mowed. .A grass being fertilized
clearance curdled. Apparently, it is flowingas heavily will have to be cut more often 1T
other emergency vehicles. than the same grass maintained
freely as ever. We just under Infrequent or minimum
thought vonM iii lr.. to know fertilization. Natural rate and type of

growth also affects mowing d I Ii
CRIp4 frequency! Rapid growing grasses
COG like bermuda must be mowed more
0 1879 often than slow growing grasses suchas
miliij zoysia. Bahia and carpetgrass .11)
e ra pl1 which seed a lot during the summer
will require very frequent mowing to
fa oqt0N remove the unsightly seed stalks.
.Since frequency of mowing depends
BOB Q. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER on so many factors it Is difficult to set
strict recommendations on how often ,
Publishers a particular: lawngrass must be i =

Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter mowed.

.I the Post Office at Stark, Fla under Act of I March' 3, 1879.Subscrlpdof General guidelines on mowing j'
frequency can be used however
rate In trade *7 14 six months
area per year;
frequency Is best determined by the
j)\ Outside trade area: IS Per year 4M Six Month. amount of growth since the last Hungry horse on Jesse Thomas place,
I clipping rather than the number of I off 8R-323 gels fill of corn after barn Fly large pines fell across Alan Mines trailer'on SR-JiM: .occupants fled !tAt
Phone 964-0305 Stark, Florida days that have elapsed. 1 Mows away nearby frame house.

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I Appropriations Bill Zipping Through LegislatureS 7ottan.

the taunt way to coney misinformation Is to tilt
"The crux at this whole session Ia while the Senate 'subcommittee: The biD was brought to the attentionof k Mill for Bills the strict truth." Mark Twain
comin. up with an approprlatlona recommended$Jt billion. Both were OM Legislature by the Bradford- The current session Is the same old .
'\ Rep.Frank WiUlams D-Starke. Increased from Gov. Keubln Askew's Union Guidance Clinic, Williams 'mill for bills, Williams says "As one
Tue8d ly from Tallahassee via a 1.130 billion recommendation and says The local clinic has psychologists legislator put It. ifs the smae trough
CwSuS? conver"tlon from the state this year's allocation of$1.073 billion. on Its sun more qualified} than but a different bunch of hogs."
Legislative and executive currently licensed psychologists: but Rep. Williams' philosophy, of .
tfill ..Is 1GJ(5( DQ 4 1rn 4 t apCD J
those however.to worried about experts last week: Increased the yet unable to b* Ucensed under course that the fewer new bills ,
!eghllatots to let prediction of this year's state tax current: law WUllams, point tI out, passed the better.
early to lilt tile campaign traiL The income by 143. million and next "The least we can doj, here to Stances Own Bakery
last time, tile Legislature adjourned years by $47.3 million. Williams expects Gov. Askew to' people the better off we'll be." he 138 East Call St. Starke 064-5890
early It ended up going back for two Instead of putting the new found$93 sign the bin into lew. says.1MLounetteRichafleor4RS..
special seesions. Williams points out.goln million aside for a rainy day House
Things are smoother In the promptly pumped' $42
lEgIslature this session, Rep. million more Into education and $43 ., D.C. Crumb' Devils Food
Williams "reports. "People are co- million more Into social welfare. Announces The Opening Of Don't Forget
operating. rays the House ,A House coalition voted this week to Cake:
Appropriations Committee member. leave the minimum required effort to ,Keystone Chiropractic Ojftee CakeSquares
Speedy' progress of the *0 million- participate In the Florida Education At SR-21 North CoffeeCake Mother On
plus state budget through the Legislature Finance Program at 8.4 mills(or".40
this week Is Indicative of the lack .000 of property evaluation) ,keystone Shopa'Suite 5
of controversial side Issues In this than raising It to 6.8 mills. The Phone 4 73604Hours Her Day
election year sessloa The Senate Senate bill calls for a.S mills which '- 9a.m. -1p.m. and 3pm. 6p.m.. .
Appropriations Committee has would take $11 million from big
agreed on a spending bill. The full property rich-student poor counties, ;Mon., Tues., Wed. & Fri. 89 E15C Ea. May 14
Senate was scheduled to consider the like Dade and redistribute It among $ I Thursday
a.m. p.m.
budget Thursday the House next smaller pupil rich-property poor
week. \IE.rcluJetl.frrrm telephone book]
counties like Bradford.
New Store Hours Tues-Sat M.-6P.M.CIosedSun-Mon r
The Senate
will act first on the Difference the funding formula)
budget this year. The House will caused by the 6.4 mill requirement
consider the Senate product. House against the (.9 mill requirementwould
figures are a little higher than the translate to$878 per student in
Senate figures; both are higher than the Senate bill and $880 In the House @
Gov. Reubln Askew's recommenda measure.
tions.Biggest. ;

education Issue as within usual.the Education budget Is Rep.Psychologists Williams: has Redefined one bill this 11I11111 1II11111I1I1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111,1/1, / 1,111,11111,11,1,111111111,' , ,

gobbles up 60 percent of the$3:I billion session already on the desk of Gov.
general revenue. Reubln Askew The Williams'
Between the House and Senate the sponsored measure broadens the FABRIC SHOPS
Issue is relatively simple-how much definition of a psychologist to includenot
money to put Into education primarily only clinical but also school ,
public schools, kindergarten psychologists, counselors, and
through 12th grade. industriaT-organUation: psychologists.The .
The House Appropriations sub-- bill would provide for third SUPERON
committee on education recom- party payments from Insurance
mended $1.62 billion as the state's companies In cases of psychologists
share r of funding of public schools treating a patient.

Vernon E. Olin will Seek In.\ Sunshine Fashions
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:Vernon E. Olin. of Morgan Road '. : ,
RL 2,Starke announced yesterday as DOUBLE KNIT

a candidate for School Board District r .
1 the seat now held by Arthur ,
Gasklna: Lawtey, .."
Mr.Olin a retired businessman and ,
chairman of the Bradford County '
Democratic Executive Committee. Easy care. 100% Polyester. Ideal for

was an honor student graduatingwith .; ,w ,y ', Summer Fashions,for the entire family.
a BS. degree In forestry and All first quality. Designer lengths.

education at Syracuse University. He .:' Machine 'wash and dry. At a great
has 40 hours of graduate work at I
Syracuse and Rochester Universities Savlngsl
I In education psychiatric social work l
and public'welfare.In ''.
announcing his candidacy Mr. I
Olin said "I believe that with my a
background In education I can make '' .
aa important contribution to the
school system of Bradford County." ,.
tie Is married to the former Eloise :' '.. Regular 7
Makuen also an honor student with a '. )' i \ 1.27'd. '
B.A. degree in liberal arts and a B.S.' \ .I'SSP
degree in library science at Syracuse 11..1"oVel'lloa .., Yard

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construction from Syracuse University graduate mobile home sales and'supplies ., "
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Jacksonville. Another son, Keith M. .
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Winkler"Heroes" '
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Elementary School on Thursday. May In
fantastic bargains of
4'*at 7 pm.Purpose
of the Town Meeting la various prints and solids .. 44.45"3 KCorn-
to increase community pride ,and I
citizen participation. Everyone In the you will,find. Assort k bed Cotton.
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and arrive at practical recommendations -
for meeting the needs :PQ
t.lready'more than 1.200 Floridians SABRINA
haye attended Town Meetings In 28
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Governor Askew and is supported by 1.90 Yd. Yd.,
donations from individuals
corporations and foundations. Over
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of the American STITCH
under the aegis .r. ti
Bicentennial Administration. It Is one MACHINE

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continue beyond 1976. In the last three
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Public' hearings on the land use THE FARMER'oJij .-' narrar. i.:3: ," .,. .r: r, i!
and three .q i ((
County y
Bradford Mi
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maps municipalities.. Hampton. .L-wtey. e D 3 aJj( Ji13iI" $
and Brooker. will be held I at 7 p.m. oJij{ :"" .___..-. *.; C l3! QQO( t .
May I'and May IS in the County t' ..J..
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Commission room of courthouse --------------. 1'r
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The hearing will be conducted by as 301, S. Stance' Fla.. Mon:Wed,9.8hursSat/ : 9-9. Sunday '126. '
.Z ria Bail acting "Hot Summer In ,
the CountY ana .. ,,, r ,
Commission ., ,
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make changes or approve the TGa,.,. ABWIMTISSO MHHCMANDISI. POLICY-TG&Y'. a.ie.y u' I..IW.v.Mee d..rll.d i I..nhaa.i.e i,, .<......<. ....''' IA.a.t.r... into ,- 1
this time or may postponeaction ..".'Mt the Nv*.......m.r.MaorflM. I I. M< .v..ll.kl..*.M I*nnf.r.**.n r..>..t.,TO*V will pride a Main c......,...M newel.In.t*+t,.>.!ih. ;Iii
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meeting. Is urged to attend thebearings ....ay with y_...,......*. M I&,TO4V'.Miler la N fwl9 4 aamaatltlvaly, 'In MM....,..... .....,... tale PNeal.may vary"' market hy markal,IMoI .. 'I;
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It., ..HOSPITAL from page 1 New.Beginning, -: Set oil Hampton, Water System,.i._.. I

!. The Hampton City Council went councilmen voted to let engineer residents about lower Insurance representatives attended Jerry the meetln Owen and. Owen Doug
-i'o sign bank account resolutionsand would be needed thus ending the back to Step One'Tuesday night and study It, and additional proposals premium because of better fire Smith pressed about the DER Intentions
cards board's failure to notify the news plans for the new water will protection that would come with the was
signature authorizing certain system "If we can get enough people to and he replied "You've got a
designated Individuals of the media of meetings. (Committee start at the beginning once again with sign user' agreements then I'm for water system. system under real low
corporation and MHK to sign checks meetings were held twice in April Sverdrup and Parcel engineers it, said councilman Ernest Green. Duguiexplained that a savings ofup water ure. If* a miracle then hasn't
of BCH (bank accounts would remain without notifying the media In viola. drawing up new proposals for to$ bfifound on a framehouse pres outbreak of disease." lie
local, said Drewa); tiara of the Florida Sunshine Law). examination.The The council will discuss the If the city's 'is been an that the DER would force the
-To review salaries employees Drewa said earlier board action to council had met Monday proposals further May it* regularmeeting lowered. He added that savings on a tressed!
the water to
and establish minimum wage at$2.63, postpone roof repair after only one evening, and voted to sign a letter of Tuesday 3. masonry home would not be as great, city to get. up
minimum wage with uniform allowance $13,963 bid was received would be Intent to accept the conditions set by After pressure from the citizens, the but some decrease of rates could be standards.Approximately one-third" of the
set at $2.71 registered studied by MHF personnel to deter the Farmers Home Administration council also voted to give residents a expected. attending e meeting were
salaries to be established; at $840 nurse mine the best action. lie added It (FmHA> to be eligible for the loan and 180-day grace period after the new The resident questioned what residents favor of the new system. "I have
month, shift differential per would no longer be necessary for the grant to ,finance the system. But water main I Is Installed to hook up to would happen if they did not pay the In water but when you bring the
-To plus the ; board to oversee bids for food. Insurance citizens again met at the second the system with no meter or hook-up water bill each month and continuedto my own around, put me on it and I'll
to appoint the annual company'sauditors audit linen service etc. Those meeting of the week Tuesday, and fee.Residents are required to pay for use their existing wells. Attorney hydrants for,it," spoke
perform narcotic forms ; Items could be handled routinely by after one of the calmest discussions In the pipe and installation of the pipe Richard Welty emphasized that an be glad to pay up one
sign for courier; the administrator to get the best the past weeks, the council decided to from the meter to their homes plus a ordinance would make the violation a citizen isn't It not
-ropurchasea: van service In "If. you
begin againThe and could result up
prices. f 15 misdemeanor
from Jacksonville $3 more and get all the
radiologist could be meeting was called to discussthe Monday In (ail. worth it to pay
Hiring a At night's meeting Frank to one year ,
Drewa said financial the wanL..and'.tIre
would a take several report months on handled by MB?, said.Drewa. The Department{ Housing and Urban DuguId, a representative from a local Again Department of water ?you" another asked. '
hospital and board members would be hospital also has been without a contract Development grant that would help insurance company spoke to !the Environmental UegulaUon! (DER) protection
pro.sealed anesthetist. Registered nurse supplement the loan and grant from
with the bottom line. The
anesthetist Ron Douglas resigned the FmilA. But after approving the pre-
hospital currently receives 1.115 end of March. The position has been application to be sent to HUD the Doesn't Work
mills,about$143,343, from the county. Brooker Do-It-Yourself Plan I
Interim administrator Patricia filled since then by on-call: anesthe- citizens again brought up the water
Ivey tists. system to S&P engineer Allen Aront. ,
said the financial statement presented The board also ended a contract for ,,to advertise two weeks and open bids
to the board contained an with Professional After some heated discussion The Brooker Council's d lt.your. Attorney Jess Wolbert
respirator services at a public meeting In the school house
Medicaid reimbursement expected which residents stated that the rush to advertise for bids
during effort to write for
Inc. of Orlando self
Medical specifications a
Service at 7:30 Monday May 19. These
had not been received and the they "would not be forced" to do any however,when he said,"I assume you
June 16. Mrs. water tank have
whose contract expires !proposed new 10,000-gallon plans will to be changed,
income over expenses listed at$36,069: thing. Including to hook up to a will need a permit from DER before
Ivey said the medical staff Indicated ind chlorinator ran Into a brick wall however, In view of information from
about KM.OUO: too high. water the citizens modifications to the water
wax they wanted to have a private mandatory system II DER resistance last week. making" DER:
The hospital has been plagued with rather than a service. begun proposing alternatives to the system
financial problems over the past employee Before adjourning Drewa cautionedthe proposal the council had already,decided In a special meeting Thursday, City Clerk Eva Clark was Instructedto The council had earlier retained
several years and a $42,01)0) drop in net board they could make the upon at an earlier meeting. April 20. specifications prepared by contact the district DER office in Sverdrup& Parcel,Gainesville engineering -
income during 1OT6-77\ was attributed management. agreement work or Steve Cardln suggested that the council members, with some outside Jacksonville to find out what was firm to submit proposals! for a
to the failure of tho hospital to collect "blow it" Action not condoned wouldbe system not be mandatory, but that assistance were read and approved. necessary in order for the city to put new water system, but rejected all
putt due accounts by auditors In a employees going to Individual people wishing water would sign a the water tank''and chlorinator out for three alternative plans as being too
mangcmcnt letter presented In board members over' the head of the user's! agreement. In addition every bids. expensive.
February.The audit I listed total assets resident could pay an Increased tax ; 4 distance call
administrator. Following a long
nt $1.305.38llInd I : liabilities at $113.484 rate which would finance the fire Proceeding on their own, the
"If you blow it with us,you will have Friday,Mrs.Clark said she was told It councilman decided to have the old
that time-
at they would be receivingwith
I administrator protection be to a
difficulty getting an would necessary employ certified
I No meeting dale was set each the new system but not forcingthe and water pump repaired and purchase a
said Drewa. to plans
month. but Drewa said he expected "It Is for the best interest of the residents to pay for water which Try cooking sweet potato specifications engineer for the proposed up water' new tank. At the Thursday meeting a
I the board to meet about once a month. hospital. We are here to make the they did not want. tempura style in a light modifications. bill for $446.40 was approved for repairing -
lie assured the would receive the best In the I hopewe Although Mayor Bill Summers did batter quickly fried In hot system the pump which one council-
More county
+ adequate| notice each meetinglie facility will be building lew hospital in not agree with the proposal enough peanut oil. The council had originally planned man said was running like a top.
said fewer committee meetings
the next few yearn, he added.at .

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$120,000), cucumbers I'W.OOO! ; pepper( from half to three-quarters of a
'JO.OllO! and beans $72.000 tornescaped million dollars. Extensive fence -
with only a 20 per cent loss, damage added another $100,000, and FOOD -
according to the ASCS estimate. timber could go as high as a million.At .
Aliichua County crop damage was least six mobile homes were
estimated at $:.1.3 million. demolished in the area with a dozen
more badly damaged. Five or six
Bradford County escaped with a conventional homes were judged a
comparatively light Ions esimate of total loss with 20 or more others FAIR
$lN( .IOO, confined to the Brooker. needing extensive repairs.
Worthington! area which was battered "Everybody has been just great ,
by murhle-si/ed hail, around four said Betty Breslin of the Alachua .
!inches of rain and high winds. County Ited Cross which set up a field
I Hail was reported banked so deep In office In the LaCrosse fire station
ditches along SH-121 and 2i'J: In the "McDonald's donated hamburgers
LaCrosse Worthington! and Dukes for those who were without food
urea that It remained unmelted till Wednesday night, and we sent out KING SIZE FRESH HLORBDASTRAWBERRIES GREEN GIANT ,
lute afternoon. cars to serve donuts (donated by
Damage to dwelling units barns Krispy Kreme) to rhe repair crews ( NIB LETS ..CORN't
und othcrout-buildings was estimated who worked all night"
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: Lute Registration Set April M. a1, TELEGRAPH PaJr 7 \

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Way 1,2,3 For Santo Fe Southside Elementary News i

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registration and schedule ad- Dates to remember: form on the first day of school (n ,HI-- l
Juatmenla for the Class pictures were sent home by fall *

Santa Fe Community nCollegenare the students Wednesday. April 10, to In order to register. for kimli |
scheduled for Monday Tuesday and those parents who requested! a picture garten. the child must .ne al least r r.1 ''I/
Wednesday May 1,3, from Biuiu to for Inspection. This picture" Is an years of age on or before Jnnuai I? tIS79
'--j IsSO. : p.m. at the Starke Campul.j / q, ''sew excellent: memento of your child's and the parent must bring In. '.," 'i
class for this school The of
ate year. cost school office: lit) a copy oilhot' tbiir! !
1 There will also $2.79 must be paid to the school office J
be an evening : birth certificate (121 proof 'fl'! \
registration period for Starke classes or the picture returned by May SOn physical m Hli< .1 I '
only from 6-6 p.m. Thursday, May 4, April 27 the fifth grading period doctor on ethe form x'eaovided by rIll<
of six weeks length ends. On this dale school I 1
To office or the Bradford ( register for all the fifth graders at South lde will
all Santa Fe courses Health Clinic, and ((3)) an uotrxlutiImmunization }\
appointment I* necessary at the go by school bus at 10 a.m. to the BUS record which, nx -' j

SFCC-oIflce located in Bradford High auditorium to hear the Alachua Youth show: :3 polio doses, 4 1>1'1' rio l /" i (
School The data of the Spring Term Orchestra. There are eight Bradford dose measles vaccine 1 dun rue 16.
are May 1 through County young people in this orchestra.
20. vaccine and 1 dose mump vnc.-cii/ .I>< i
On Tuesday May 2. the entire Nancy
Mrs Brewer.
Night classes offered school kindergarten through fifth art teacht'rhas ; .:.
In Starke this had Jose Peru as her intern f ,.: term Include Principle* of 1 grade, will go by school bus at 9 a.m. the last four weeks Starting !Muy I
Accounting, the English Launguaga 'It ." to the BitS auditorium to hear the she will have Noel Hoyer on her in'o
(Grammar and Composition BHS Band In concert under the
) Intern for
serving five wei'ks.
Introduction to Geography \ direction of Dean Cassels, band In Ms. Phyllis GoIdber!&'. fourth
Contemporary Topics In Physical J l director.On grade the students are Involved in :
Science' Principle of Mathematics., Thursday, 'May 4. parents may their Florida Unit a study of Ancient 1 't.
and Religion in America. I. i look for report cards to come home. Egypt, and In math they are working .
The Southslde
Elementary School with
two and
\ three-digit multlpllou.tlon -
For additional Citizens
Information call Dr. Advisory Committee problems. Robin Ilersvy and
Bernie McFadden at 964- 382 In the Meeting was held the evening of April Darlene Norman brought in sample
Starke SFCC 18.The Bradford Schools
office.Community. County code of Florida bird eggs Kelly Moore and
''' of discipline was discussed. There
Gary Nelson have worked hard on a
\ were no recommendations for special project they did after visiting
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., Action ... ..IIIDCII changes, all present were of the Silver Springs. People who have
that it
opinion was very satisfactoryas
climbed aboard the Extra Effort

Meeting Set May 2 Employees Welcome Methodist Group The It stands.CTBS tests were completed the Express Train are Robin limey. :j I
Tracy Itowan, Woodard,
Betty Kelly i
week of April 17-21 for those who were
Moore Valerie McCloud. Jason
A Community Welcoming Methodist Hospital Patricia. absent the previous week.All the tests Muggins and Lynne Dukes. The I,
Action Committee Foundation to Brsdfok Iveyt administrator Tony Roses; trustee Mrs. will be mailed to McGraw Hil1 where claim
(CAC) meeting of Target Area County Hospital are employees (standing %-rti Mrs. Sarah Luclle Green; Richard Gruentheri; Mrs Cora Williams: they will be machine scored.- South- has just finished a unit study on I
Representatives for economically disadvantaged McCall; Mrs. Denise Kubeckt director of nurses Mrs. MIIF president Marcos Drewa; Don McQuen; Mrs. Jackie side hopes to have results returned in "rodent pets" on which Leroy Criflts I
citizens of Bradford Crews, and .....Unlf. Mrs. Lois Robinson. May. Parents will be notified brought in his hamster "Misty" lo 1
County is scheduled at 8 p.m. as results are available. as soon share with the class.Congratulations ; ,
Tuesday May 2, In the Head BUARC to these Students
Sponsors: SaturdayBUARC PLEASE NOTE: To be sure that
Center at the former RJE school In'' Mrs. Vicki Seal's third grade who
Reno. your child will have a place In one of have learned all their multiplication

Chairman Merman Johnson SIDEWALK SALE Citizens will be held I Southstde School's kindergarten tables: Kristin Alduy. Stephanie
A sidewalk sale by the Bradford classes and before the classes are all
all Interested 29, from 10 Cubbege, Shllynn Chaff Dale Brown.
to attend. I 3 p.m. behind the All merchandise must be sold and full,
union Association for registration should'' be
Retarded Old Court House. no offer refused made earl Johnny Clark and Amy llavunen Best
the week of
Citizens for the week April 17--'l are
15-19, for the 1978-79 school
year. Brooke Williams, Darrell Cruce and
For parents, the time involved. in Sara Smith.
registering will be shortened as they Mrs. Iva Jean Hart-ell's fourth
will avoid the long waiting lines which
-r grade students have just completed
unit study of health In which they
I A Fi-oJn talked about mental growth as well OH
physical growth. To finish the unit on
c : FOODFAIR I Ir a note of fun, the students brought
GroundBreaking some of their baby pictures and the
class tried guessing. 'to whom the

pictures belonged.
r Boys and girls are thoroughly
i' enjoying the Library's "Gifts from
the Sea" exhibit. Among many
to Open unusual shells, there are a horse,hue
crab and a baby king crab shell,
1'1 ffijj' : House several different kinds of < sponges,starfish and dollars. sharks'
? teeth, and many other Items that the
children and teachers have found on
Buy-1 or all the pieces you need cf local beaches In Florida.In .

D! T E U kindergarten the students ni-e
ART FTTES studying plants and plant aruwth.
They have planted a garden of beans I
ETERGENT corn, (flowers radishes and mustard

; aC1 ARE ; DURING OUR FINAL r with custodian.the help They of Isabella have also Newmime been,

: 49oz BOX 89 c : ; 100'. $ o CLEAN-UP conducting classroom.plant They experiments have planted in beaM their

& l KINGS in jars to watch the roots grow
planted beans In leave, straw and
I a THROUGH MAY 10th(WHERE AVAILABLE, ) cotton to see If they would grow In
;..:; these various media.Thursday; April

Are) your construction risks 20, Mrs. Richard McCarthy brought

;rr .... "bon"walt ,.-.,."strawberry ahvrtcakeforthoFiaba.tau, _
t '"" 1Of .......... adequately)weak tf ,+t., p'--'"
COMPAREionehorn ..,.. ... to find out W. provide'' enjoy. four kindergarten]rooms ;
:: will' ',o on a field'r'pThlll'llduy.' May. .: t
low cost builders risk to the Florida .Suite "
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sArt Cheese trMa 99'C SAVe 10 Insurance) custom madiyou. for I Gainesville lo see expecialfyVthe

6 SAve plants and animals on exhibit from
'BordenTcheese Slices 1:; 51" 10 JORDAN AGENCY AT STARKE I there they will go to Mr.Donut and the
,..,..- Pizza Hut to watch their foods being
BONEtESS, ieEl1 IFRESH Cream Cheese *..* 58H'MIR til 301 N. Across From Pizza, Hut I made. Mrs. Wade and Mrs. Griffin
GROUND *ton SAVE 964-S23 will be the bus drIVen for this trip "(

CHUCK Super (Discount Biscuits, tocwi 4/59 toMIINIII On May S two of the second grade '.
< Mrs. Janet
SAVE rooms room
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Page IA TELEGRAPH April 27,1978 ,
ear ia.lf Two Birthdays

. Country Day Celebration Plans I 0 Celebrated ,!'

Schedule of events far the annual Susan Cook chairman for this At George W. Browns
Our Country Day, July 4th weekend event, stated that David Burkhalt..r'lSouthern ,
festivities In Keystone Heights were Knights will provide the live Erik Brown who was five years old
firmed up last Thursday night during music April 25, celebrated the occasion at a
a meeting held by Commander Jim On Tuesday, July 4,a full day of activities party last Saturday given by, his
I'hesslngtun: with committee head I II scheduled and will Include a mother.Mrs. Rex Brown,at the home
A tennis tournament, organized by parade highlighted by the U.S. Navy of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Judy Thacker. Martha Bennett and marching Band antique cars, Klassic George W. Brown at Klngsley,.Lakes
Sylvia Sanders, will lead off weekend Trucks, Shrine units, floats and high
activities beginning on Saturday. It school NJROTC color guard and other The eight little guests enjoyed
will run through the weekend, ending participants beginning at 11 a.m. \/ : swimming and party refreshments
with finals on Monday.On Following this, activities will pro during the party hours. / ,
Sunday a golf tournament ceed to the Keystone Public Beach .
under the direction of John Jett, where the annual notary Fish Fry That evening Mr. and Mrs. Georgf
F.vereitFoxandKent Cantrell will beheld will be held.Tentatively. dl family
e W. Brown gave a birthday
ul the Keystone Coif: and CountryClub. set are water activities dinner in the party house on the dock
between 12:30p.m.: and p.m, In Lake July for Erik and his father, Rex Brown,
Bout races are set for two days, Geneva.: ties. who had a birthday on April 21. ,,.
Saturday and Sunday In Lake Geneva, .. Powell 'i/J T
coordinated by Dave Wallace Ken Florida Uutik Sponsors ) Among those attending were Mr
GurriHon and Earl Perritt. Mrs. C.E. Dawly of Brunswick
A field day, designated for Monday Vanessa Powell Fund Ga. and Mr.and Mrs. Norman Rigdon
Florida Bank at Starke announcedthe
from noun until 4pm. will include
Jacksonville .
will and family of *
activities such as sack races belt third television special in "The i .
races a greased pole climb eating Body Human" series will air on Vlcke Powell who live on Bessent
lontcHlH. skateboard contest and bike Thursday. May 11. Channel 4. WJXT road. Memorial ServiceTo ,
races This Is to be headed by Tom again with Florida Bank ul Starke and of
I'D*ton, the American Bankers Association as and Proceeds from a ticket raffle for a Be Held April 30 '
will be drawn 2 on
sponsors.As AM FM radio May
Later that afternoon, a softball
In the earlier two specials, "The Founder's Day for the fund.
game will be played from 5 p.m. 7 Crosby CemeteryMemorial i
p.m. on the Keystone Recreation Miracle Months" and "The Red
AxHociatlon diamond This will be Itiver" this television first will
tinder<< the direction of Harold feature new and unique photographic service,sponsored by the
McDavld. t techniques. It will be aired on CBS- I : Commerce and the Starke area are wr. Weeks chapter, UDC, will be
A street dunce Is set Monday nightIn affiliated stations. in million.'T<< '. Club invited to exhibit held Sunday afternoon. April 30. at 4
the Clay Electric parking area and In "The Vital Connection" the iI Entry forms can be picked p.m. at the Crosby Lake Cemetery.
street off SIMOO between the hours of viewer will walk I between and among ( and crafts up at Guaranty Federal in Mrs. Elzle Sanders and Mrs. J.W.
I K p.m. and midnight. the 200 million circuits that control girl 10, from Keystone, L.K.. Edwards Real Kincaid will be In charge of the
human coordination, see actual nerve on the Theme Estate office and Blue Water arrangements. Judge Elrie Sanders.
I -=- cells reach out for pitch other within and to Lake Bay In Melrose will be speaker. '
SUBARU Brand New front the human brain and take a trip Into For additional Information The public Is Invited to attend.Seats
and lour wheel drive. EPA rating, the specific areas that control and contact Festival of the will be available. .. ''
I 31 city 46 highway. Immediate marshal! sleep and BOX, motion and Lakes, P.O. Box 1338, .b
[ celivery/ From $3188 P O E. mental activity. Keystone Keystone Heights, Fla 32656.

1 West.lde ItSOLanoAve Volksvx.g.n/Sub.ro. S. Human"This new travels
Jacksonville''' ,Florida.Ph 781-5511
world of brain
I surgeons May 3 At Lu SandersThe

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W.T. Weeks chapter, UDC.
430 W. Madison St. i } be Returned to Drivers will meet Wednesday, May 3, at 3 p.m.1
at the home of Mrs. Curtis Sanders!
with Mrs. R.A. Green: Mrs. H.L.
e Starke Plaza Starke Fla.
: Two major companies have agreed Speer and Mrs. L.H. Jennings as cohostesse. -
million dividends totaling $25.3 .. .. ./
on renewal premiums. State ---------
CORRECTIONLbs. Farm Mutual Insurance Co. agreed to
I a $22.5 million dividend and U.S. Servicemen a
r-' Automobile Association has agreed to -
I ( a $2.8 million dividend. Wilson Promoted '
Seventeen companies have agree to
To Marine PFC
,. reduce the rates they charge their
0 the
n t t1 Marine Private First Class Yarnell
s / customers by about $11 6 million, In-
Wilson Jr., son of Mr and Mrs.
cluding a $2.6 million reduction' by Yarnell Wilson of Route,1, Box 114.
Allstate and a $2.4 million reductionby
.2 Mutual Insurance. Brooker, has been promoted to his
Liberty present rank while serving with the 2d
the Marine Division, Marine Corprf Base
Five other companies,most of them ,
small have agreed to rebate about Camp Lejeune "
the Marine in
$8,500 to their policyholders.One Wilson joined Corps
July 1977. -,.-
company, American States '
Insurance Company has announced it Yarnell Wilson Jr. -.
I Ie will use a renewal credit program to Promoted to PFC '
of return excess premiums to its Florida April 19-Marine Private First

Should Nave c court customers. Class Yarnell Wilson. Jr.. son of Mr.
25 ment Gunter said regardless of the type and Mrs. Yarnell Wilson of Route I.
Read o have of method used by a company to re- Box 114 Brooker, has been promotedto
L turn excess premiums, he will his present rank while serving with
L. In- continue to review auto insurance the 2nd Marine Division. Marine
-J $1.8 rates and will probably order Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C.
ltOfatt s6 vti In the He
additional rate reductions joined the Marine Corps in July
future. .ItITJ. '

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Life Sunday .; -il
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To Be Observed |II| MethoctstYouth II

__ First Arletl Love Dinner on the grounds will begin atI Laymen's Sunday will be held
At Grace Methodist Mrs. OleeU Hardetibrook and Mrs. The Christian Church of p.m., so that old and new members Sunday April 30 at the First Christian
Phoebe Bakken served a snack Starke will celebrate homecoming may enjoy a time of fellowship. Church to honor an lay workers.The .

Next Is Rural Life ? supper to both youth groups Sunday Sunday. May 7. morning worship will feature
Sunday Sunday The service will begin at 10:43 a.m. Immediately following the dinner a
at the Grace united Methodist Church evening and will include special music slngspiratlon service will be held for Deacon Steve Wright as the guest
91 Lawtey. Both groups enjoyed an evening of speaker. The evening speaker will bemystery
and provided by the members and some all who wish to attend.
volley ball yard darts,fellowship
This 30 whose will be
April our country's guests singers. During this period of I guest identity
Methodist Churches will celebrate .' Bible Study. worship the children's church will Due to the extended activities of the revealed at 7 p.m.
their heritage founded In the rural and Junior Youth: Next Sunday,Home April participate with singing and scripture day no evening worship service will The public Is invited to attend then
30, Is The Methodist Children's
small services.
town churches at our early reading. be held. special worship
frontier day*. On this / Sunday. In support of the Children'sHome
day Methodists
the junior youth will serve * * * * ,
gather worship In
oId-Umet everyday coffee and doughnuts fallowing the
work-clothe to be reminded that Servicemen '
God Is with us In morning service. All donations above 0
our over-all, jean _
and work-clothes, as well in the cost will be sent as a gift to the * *r * *
Easter finery and Sunday go-our.. + .1 Children's Home. Gel a free
meeting clothes a The Junior Youth will meet at 7 @

This year Grace's pastor, the Rev. p.m., Friday, April 28, for an evening
William C. "Will" Wright, wit brinK} of fellowship! and recreation playlnfminiture dump carl.
an old fashioned "country atyle' golf. 0.
gospel message and the service will Senior Youth: The Senior Youth an
also consist of Informal singing of old \ working on plans for the morning
time hymns of your choice. There will worship services for May 7. The youth when buya n.vWheelHorse
will conduct the service that morning
be a'dlnner-on-the-ground
the 11 a.m. worship service.following The Rev. John Nichols and will present" a skit entitled, "The tractor I
public Is invited and Is asked to get In Sign of {

the spirit of this event by wearing old Rev Nichols. be Church of Cod
time clothes, over-alls, sun bonnets, to Speakers cE

long dresses, etc.Mature Rev. John Nichols,, General Rev.Nichols, a dynamic evangelist '
Director of Evangelism and Home resides in Cleveland, Tennessee. He Is
Christian Missions for the Church of God will the National director of Evangelism -- +
be the guest speaker at special and Home Missions, prominent as a
Fellowship to Meet services at the Starke Church of God camp meeting speaker.

Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April
The Mature Christian Fellowshipwill 2a-29and30. Host Pastor the Rev. Mel Drake w
have Its regular monthly meeting extends an Invitation to all to attend K r

with today (Brother Thursday,Howard April 27)Molt at 1 p.m.the Youth Day Set this. week end revival. Fl: J-- z l

devotional speaker.A The Starke Church of God Is located McDanlr{Completes (late Site
covered dish luncheon will be held At Brooker BaptistBrooker at 422 N. St. Clair St. Services beganat Navy Boot Camp Lawn Traders Oardcn Tractors Garden Tractors.

followed by a presentation of how to 7:30: p.m. Friday and Saturday 7 Seaman E-l James Mcbanicl, son @ .For small and .BgoerlrllClOII lor .10'speed all/.geartransmission
protect yourself against a tornado. Baptist Youth Sunday will p.m. Sunday evening. Special music of Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. McDaniel of medum sue lawnsSttHMPelectiic larger lawn and on
be held this Sunday, April 30. and singing will highlight each Hampton, just completed boot camp gardening 19 9 HP tour cylinder
Brother Chuck Register will be the service. April 21 at Orlando Naval Base. elsA S yncnro- .Choice of Bio 16 HP model D.250.
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD youth preacher for the Sunday Seaman McDaniel enlisted under @ BalnneedBrlggsand! Koriier cast I iron Automatic transmission
SUNDAY: Bible Study. 10 a.m.; morning services. the delayed enlistment plan August Slrarton engines, engines standard on

Morning Worship, 11 a.m.,, The Marshall Family will be 30, 1977. .4speedail>gear .Selection at manual 18 and 19 9 HP!twin
istic Service
special music in the morning IransaxlesSelection or aulornalCIranCysndermodels.
WEDNESDAY: Bile Study, 7 p.m. brining and gospel music at 2 p.m. SUNDAY: Holy Eucharist 8:30 r * of 36 or missions and attachment .Hydraulic lift standard -
You are Invited to come hear the a.m.; Church School. 9:45: a.m. .
following a covered dish lunch. ; 42 side or rear lilt systemsWide lor anacflm.nts.dscharge
Word of God delivered Pastor
through Morning Prayer 11 a.m.
The is invited.
public mowers selection of Wo selection of
'Bob Harden "Jesus Loves you and we TUESDAY Choir Practice !
do too." : 7 p.m.I Myers CompletesCommunications Course lawn and guldenattachments heavy duty lawn and
garden altnchmenis'
I ""'Iij" l [1j., lII IIIII OBITUARIESPearl "' ,' .aL, 11 N' NI_ Domenlc J. Myers, Jr. graduatedfrom
the U.S. Air Force's communications -
specialist course conductedby ', Free Dump Cart Offer!Get a tree 5 5 cu fl two-
Agnes Dopson 1905 Mrs.. Kite had lived In Starke 13, 1898 Mr. Stripling had lived In the Air Training Command. -.eldumpcartI3000valu.lw'lhh.( ,
Mrs. Pearl since the middle 1940's.She worked since of Mr. and Mrs. puCho8.0'anynewlawn"aclororgot' "
Agnes Dotwon.. 60, died as Keystone Heights 1963 moving Airman Myers, son
for the Draw Tile He had l la : __ aleel0cu ft lI.wo-wht dump cart
Tuesday, April 25. In Middleburg a secretary from Jacksonville. bought a D.J. Myers of Keystone Heights
Survivors include two sons Dr. Company for several years. Mrs. Kite home in Keystone Heights in 1946 and now trained to operate teletypewriter :1 ($160 00 value I with the purchase of

Ronald E. Dopson o( Starke'and was a member of the First Presby- .spent weekends and other time there equipment used in the world-wide Air -4L.: any new.....garden,., ,......r4 tractor rwt.. I' ..
Robert A. Dopson, a sister and two terian Church; member and past until his retirement In 1963. Mr. Force communications system and .
brothers. matron of the Order of the Eastern Stripling was retired from the Florida will serve at MacDIll AFB Fla. OHM good unt.........l '.'8.'OIl 0:' .. Rosary service was held Wednesday Star 224; member and past presidentof First National Bank In Jacksonville, Completion of the course earned the
,- April 26r. at Hewell Funeral the Bradford County Hospital with 40 years service. He was a Individual credits towards an associate Stark I
Home, N. Main Street Jacksonville. Auxiliary; secretary of the Bradford member of the Buckhorn First United In applied science degree Rosier's Monuments & Gdn. Nursery.
Funeral service will be today County Nursing Council; and Methodist Church in Dexter, Ga. through the Community College of the 301.340 S. Walnut St. '
(Thursday) at 11 a m. at the Old Holy secretary of the Bradford County Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Air Force.
Rosary Cottage Street Church In Chapter of the American Cancer Ruby Woodard Stripling of Keystone The airman Is a 1978 graduate of .b WHEEL... HORSEcenters _
Jacksonville.MRS. Society. Heights; one sister, Mrs. Addle Bradford County High School. -v- _
Survivors Include: one sister, Mrs. Rogers of Eastman. Ga.; and several
Marguerite Dollar' of Cairo, Ga/; nieces and nephews.
three nieces and one nephew. Funeral services will be held
.NORA SMITII GRIDER Funeral services were held Thursday, April 27. at 11 a.m. in the
Mrs, Nora Smith Grlder 82, of Saturday April 22 in the First Buckhorn First United Methodist

Starke Palatka 2n ,Crtder died.i1lne/t8.Nursing Sunday baa,.'t'beet Home' April...a res 23 after,aem'or-In j>"'a a_"\&:,.M"I Presbyterian under ed.flieiiiretfUbnpTDeWlttC.G. in HandardefSrDuhlin Rev),will Ga.Quay with be ,Cook in Rev.Cav Dublin.under C.B.officiating. -.fult x 1' 1\\111111\\\\\\\iiiiiiititiiimiiiuiiiiiiitiiThe \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ll\\l\\ll lla2na1Y \

since. 1964, coming from Funeral Home. t* the direction of Adams Funeral Home ""

Palatka. of Dublin. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral "
V Survivors include her husband Home of Keystone Heights iu. .An '
Ernest Grider;, four sons Mr. PaulSmith Ma..dctG.Newmans charge of local arrangements. Mon-Wed 9.8 Thurs-Sat 9.9 J
Mr. Art Smith, Mr. Jimmy. Mrs. Maude G. Newmans, 78. of Rt. Sunday 12-6 .
Smith, all of Palatka, and Mr. Aubrey 2 Starke died Saturday April 22, in St.
Smith of Kingsley Lake. Two stepsons Lukes Hospital following a long ill Clara Elisabeth "Bess**Tyrrell ,
Grider of Frostproof, ness. Mrs. .Clara Elizabeth "Bess" '
Mr. Henry
.and Mr. Pete rider of BatUe Creek. Born In Bradford County, February Tyrrell,91,of Farmlngton, Conn. died All Turf'e
Mich. Two brothers Mr. Lee Smith 26, 1000, Mrs. Newmans was (the wife Friday April 21, In Alachua General
and Mr. Lester Smith, both of Erie of the late Mertie E. Newmans and a Hospital following a lingering illness. ;
Union Primitive Born in Nova Scotia February 9, '
sister Mrs. Blanche member of the .
Tennessee; one
Lamb, also of Erie Term.;.six grandchildren -. Baptist Church. 1887 Mrs. Tyrrell was the sister of the
great-grandchildren. Survivors Include two brothers, late J.T. Quigley of Starke and stayed
Funeral services were held Lacy Green of Jacksonville and at the Magnolia Hotel while here In Shoe
Wednesday graveside Claude Green of Maxville; one sister the winter months visiting friends. A
Peniel Cemetery In'l-alatka with Rev. Mrs. Pearl Marcum of Jacksonville; retired practical nurse Mrs. Tyrrellwas
Tom Kelsey officiating. Johnson- several nieces and nephews. a member d the Bayless Highway
Davis Funeral Home of Palatka was Funeral services were held Tuesday Baptist Church.
in of arrangements.Linda April 25. In DeWitt C. Jones Survivors include one daughter.
charge Chapel with Elder O.M. Yarborough Mrs.William(Ruth)Day of Farmington at a price

officiating. Burial' was in Dyal Conn.; one granddaughter. and J
under five greatgrandchildren.Prayer
with arrangements
Fay Harris service was held Sunday in
C. Jones
of DeWitt
Miss Linda Fay Harris, 14 of Starke the direction the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home.
died Friday. April 2U after being Funeral Home. Funeral services were held

struck by a car while crossing US-301 Wednesday, April 26, in the Hangen likeThis
north near her home. Lonnie Stripling Funeral Home Chapel in Unionville. you'll
in Starke January 27. 1964, GreenwoodCemetery -
Lonnie C. Stripling.79, of Keystone Conn. with burial In
Miss Harris was an eighth grade at Avon Conn. DeWitt C.
suddenly ,
Heights died Tuesday, April 25, -
Middle School ;
student at Bradford at his home. Jones Funeral Home of Starke was In
land a member' of Grace Baptist charge of local arrangements.
Born in Dodge County, Ga. August
Church. I This baseball shoe has 21 cleats and Is black
L Survivors include her parents,'Mr. ... I. I N It In youth and adult
white comes
with stripes.
and Mrs. Mark Harris of Starke; two _
I brothers.Mark Harris Jr. and James' ; sizes 1-12 and Juvenile sizes 1013.6.99PAIR.

Ray Harris both of Starke; and her Dairij mum DAYS
maternal grandfather, Tetatone nwnopE

Starke. .
of Queen '
: Funeral services were held
r April 23. at the DeWitl C. Jones MIX OR MATCH +
Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. O,D. /
Moore and Rev. Donald Scheetz
officiating Burial was in Elzey ,brazier 7 BIG DAYS / >
Cemetery In Union County.
April 27 Thro May 3

1401 N. Temple Ave Starke. Fla.
O.P.. (OLIVER) HUTTO Head To Your iii ;
\ SSGT O.P." (Oliver) Hutto, .61, off STARKE DAIRY QUEEN

r f Route 2.Starkt.died Tuesday"April Store 'Cause It's
''25 In the V.A. Hospital in Gainesville. <
following a lingering Illness. : : DOLLAR Daysl'
Born In Coleman. Fla: March 24, .

1917, Sgt. Hutto had lived in Starke if',0 The: Super Tasting
since 1923. His parents were the late .
Lula Ritter. He was anArmylveteran Brazier Burger...

> of WW U. participating .! .>
In the Normandy Invasion, receiving ,. The Scrumpdillylshua: D.Q. Sundae...
Star. the Army
I Conduct the Bronze Medal and a Purple Heart. The 12 02. Drink Of Your Choice..Mix 'Em Or Match 'Em

After discharge from' he .
Florida National
joined serving the 33 years.He was employed.... $ 00 ((100%-AH Beef)

a technician In the Maintenance Shopat '
Camp Blanding-A member of the QUEEN

American Legion Post 56. % Hutto 3 MIX OR (Any Flavor)
was a member of the Heilbronn OR DRINK
1 Baptist Church. .
Survivors Include Ms, wife. Mrs. FOR' (Your Choice-Coffee, Milk. Iced Tea.
Oracle Cowarf Hutto; one brother, Witrt Coupon Soft DrInk'iii. )

','sisters Tillman, Hutto Mrs. of Edna Jacksonville Wells, ; *four*' COUPON ,' ._.

Carolyn.all RedQrlve.lnd of Starke, and Mrs.Mrs.Garnita ShellleGerle. -100% All'Beef BRAZIER BURGER -
... .. l..d ; 1
of Miami. pouCY-TaaY's.poll.y le t ys he- ed .r
.Parker Funeral services will be' held I "TGIY's'ADvIRT/sED'........dl.. In adequate MfNCHANOISI supply I in err a'.'.'. In the event the e*...,..... merchandise Is war..., .., V. .
''Thursday, Z7. at 'In the SUNDAE Or 12oz.DAJNQood .reliable' due lo unforeseen r........1'0&Y will pr..ide a *eln Cheek. ,upen'.."." ,In order, I
wltlt ... __
Jones Chapel .RiT 'N merchandise be purcfcoeed s l the .... price when .themes a.a.t.bl.. or you ..:::!! '. J
C may .
Dewitt and Rev.Dean : 'I purchase similar......., merchants*..a similar price' reduclton.II/she patsy.! TO&V le see
James officiating.Cowart Burial .will be in Crosby. Thru Mey 3 that you ere happy wiin your p........... We will .be. happy... to refund year money If you ere not

Lake Cemetery. $ DO soilsled, with your "purehaeer'

Mrs.Louise H. Kite NO LIMIT m..2 'I MIX ( )

H. Kite 72. of 708 W. I. .OR
Mrs Louise 3
Cal Bradford SL died County Thursday.Hospital April following 2n..1D.a fIR MATCH 1 301 S. Starke, Fla.

brief Itornjto mnell.Bushnell, Florida June' 23. ...........! Ad Good Thru April 29, 1978

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to New Jersey on a business trip this Moore of Lawtey helped Mr. Fred
CIiURCII ACTIVITIES President then closed with prayer *flF week His mother. Mn. Mildred Moore celebrate his 77th Birthday.
CHURCH or GOD i Sunday School after which a delicious luncheon wu : By Elizabeth Terry ",. Harris, of Jacksonville, stayed with They served strawberry short cake
10 a.m..Worship Services II a.m. and served by the Hostesses Phone 782-3300 \'" the children. Mrs. Harris and for refreshments.Mrs. .
8 p.m'l-Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 United Methodist Women will havea Stephanie attended First Baptist John Tye Sr., returned home

p.m., YPE Friday at 7 p.m.KVERCREEN YARD SALE at the Thrift Shop Deepest sympathy ot the at Mrs. Thompson daughter. Miss Church on Sunday with Miss Saturday after spending the week
BAPTIST Sunday Saturday,May 6th beginning at 9 a.m. son-in-law and
community Is extended to Mr. and Becky Thompson's wedding on Elizabeth Terry. with her daughter Mr.
School 10 a.m., Worship Services 11 1-1 Mrs J.C. Prevail parents and Mrs. Friday, April 21st.She returned to her Capt. and Mrs. Russell Lines and and Mn. Tommy Tally. Chris and
a.m., and 7 pm.. Training Union 6 Sunday will be Rural Life Sunday at Carl Prevatt grandmother, of Mrs parents home, Mr. and Mrs Tom Jacqueline of Sumter, S.C. spent the new baby daughter Tracy and Lynn.
p.m.,Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7 Grace. April 30 our country's Nancy Nealon who died last Monday .Whaley at Tampa on Saturday. Mr. weekend with their parents Col. and
p.m.FAITH Methodist Churches will celebrate from a wreck In Gainesville. and Mrs. Danny Luke of HeilbronnSprings Mrs. William Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee spent the
BAPTIST CHURCH Radio their heritage founded In rural and Miss Esther Mason of Jacksonvillewas spent the weekend with their Mr. and Mrs. R.W Edwards, of weekend with their brother-in-law and
Program on WPXE at 8 a.m. Sunday. small town churches of our early a Saturday luncheon guest of parents Mr. and Mrs. Tom Whaley Jacksonville were Saturday dinner sister, Mr. and Mrs. Laurie DuBose,
Bible School 10 a.m., Worship frontier days. On this day Methodists Miss Arthurlne Blanchard. While on and Miss Lynn Whaley returned home guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. of Decatur Ga. On their way home
Services 11 a.m. and 6:30: p.m., gather to worship in old-town, every' her way home she stopped by Baker with them on Sunday afternoon. B.L. Wilklson ST. John stopped by to see Gi.Mre.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 6:30 day work-clothes. County Nursing Home to visit Miss Mr and Mrs. Tommy Clayton and Henry Hodges and Mark attendedthe Stietz, of Rebecca

p.m.FIRST HIGHLAND BAPTIST Sunday Enza Blanchard of Macclenny. son Tom of Jacksonville were Stock Car Races at Lake City, on
BAPTIST CIIURCII: School 10 a.m., Worship Services 11 Terry Futch of Jacksonville Beach Sunday dinner guests of their mother. Saturday'night. LAWTEY SCHOOL NEWS
Sunday School 9:45: a.m., Worship and 6 Prayer Meeting was a Friday dinner guest of his Aunt Mrs. C.K. Crews Mrs. Wlndie Smyth and Elizabeth, P.T.O. meeting will be
a.m. p.m. The next
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., 7:30 Miss Elizabeth Terry Her nephew Mr. and Mrs. John Walton of of Jacksonville were guests of Col. This will be
Wednesday at : p.m. May 9th.
Training Union 6:30: p.m.. Prayer LAURA BAPTIST Sunday School and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch Macclenny. were Wednesday dinner and Mrs William Wilson, over the held on Tuesday dish with plsy rtobe
Meeting Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Mrs.Harold weekend.Mr. a covered supper
of Mr.and Eunice.
Services 11 a.m. and spent Friday afternoon with her. guests atudenta.
Worship Supper
GRACE UNITED METIIODIS1'ISunday 10a.m., Mrs.Alma Anders and Mrs. Ralph Futch and presented by Lawley
Meeting Mr. and Mrs. James Gallagher and! was an overnight and
7:30 Prayer served at 8:30:
School 8:45: a.m., Worship Wednesday: p.m.at 7:30: p.m. family and Mrs. Kenealy of Miami guest of her sister Mrs Hester Hicks, children stopped by for a few minutes will be Is invited to bring p.m.a covered
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.. Choir their Miss Elizabeth everyone
with Terry
NORT11S1DE BAPTIST: Sunday spent the weekend with their son-in- on Saturday night aunt will furnish the drink
Practice at 7 p.m. Methodist Youth School 10 a.m.. Worship Services 11 law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Miss Erda Wilson, of Palm Beach on their way home on Sunday after dish.The P.T.O.
fellowship Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Meeting Randy Roberts Mr. and Mrs plans to return home this week after noon. and the meat. I
and 7 Prayer
United Methodist Women met at the a.m. p.m. Edward Roberts of Sampson Lake spending a while with her brother and Mrs. Pierce Crews and her niece
home ol Mrs. Mildred Cox of Little Wednesday 7pm.MISSIONARY went on .a fishing trip to sister-in-law Col. and Mrs.. William Mrs. W.F. Atwood Sr., attended to LUNCH MENU
Santa Fe Lake with Mrs.Adel Burton, BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 a.m., Withlacoochee: Lake to celebrate. their Wilson. business In Jacksonville on Monday. May Baked 1-1 beans with
of Jacksonville as Co-Ilostess,with 13 and Keith William Wilson, their MONDAY: ;
Mrs. Wyolene Day son Col. and Mrs.
Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., 15th Wedding Anniversary cake with
members present. Meeting was calledto of their mother Mrs. and friends celebrated their weiners cole slaw yellow
Prayer Meeting Mrs. Inez I House of Cocoa was a were guests
UTS 5:45 butter milk.
: pm.
order by Mrs. Wilma Wainwrlght.Devotional Wednesday 7pm. weekend guest of her cousin. Miss Lucille T. Ivey; brother-in-law and mother, Mrs. Mabel Boyette's peaches, biscuits salad, sand
was given by Mrs. Minnie Elizabeth Terry. They visited !Mrs sister, Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Brown and Birthday at the Brown Derby In TUESDAY Turkey
Cons, followed by the Program which PERSONALS: Rouse's brother. Howard Terry In the Cynthia on Sunday and gave a little Gainesville Friday night. wich, potato chips, green sweet peas.
was given by Mrs. Adel Burton who Miss Elizabeth Terry and Miss Reception and Medical Center at Birthday Party for their mother Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.J.W. Thomas and Jay with carrots applesauce milk.
had recently been to the Holy Land. Blanchard visited her Lake Butler Prison on Saturday. She Ivey and served ice cream and cake of Live Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey WEDNESDAY! Pizza french fries
Pictures were shown and every place Arthurlne Miss Enza Blanchard and attended services at First Baptist for refreshments.Mrs. Miss Kathy and Lee Casey and John tossed salad pears, milk,
she saw was given In beautiful detail. sister Mrs. Thelma Wilson, In Baker County Church with her on Sunday.Mr. Lassie Starling of Jackson Hobbs, Mr. and Mrs. James T. Moore THURSDAYS Chicken with rice
All of us asked questions and Adel Nursing Home at Macclenny, on and Mrs James Anders of ville, returned home on Sunday after of Starke and Miss Karen Robinson of turnip greens peaches milk.peanut
answered each one with such Palatka were Thursday dinner spending some time with her Kingsley Lake. Mrs. .cookie cornbread butter,
enthusiasm it was one of our most Thursday Friends afternoon of Mr Kembert Carradine guests of their mother Mrs. O.J daughter Mrs. Elsie Norman. Scott and Brad Todor Wayne and FRIDAY: Beefaronl, green beans
inspiring programs. Mrs Eloise Olin In Anders. Mrs. Flossie Rosier visited Mr. and Miss Natalie Boatright. of Orange applesauce, rolls butter milk.
he Is
learn that a patient
had the second part of the programand regret Riverside to Hospital, Room 200 Miss Lynn Whaley was gue&f{ of Mrs. Guerney Crews in Luke Butler Park Mr. and Mrs.Danny Thompson Trip: Spiced ham sandwich peanut
she gave an interesting Jacksonville. Our are with Mrs. Thompson of Douglasville, Ga.. on Friday afternoon. Kevin and Brian,Jimmy Moore, Miss butter & Jelly sandwich, potato chips,
conception"Women and of Eve the from Bible"the. book Our him. prayers all week. She served as maid of honor Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Sanders went Debbie Crews of Jacksonville Mickey peanut cookie orange, milk.

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Dwight Slatet'sFood =- Lawtey Elementary

Dobbins' and Mrs. Judy Becker's class Is studying a the student body about prison life and Bradford County Physical Fitness
Scat Mrs. Tou,8aw'ssecond
& grades have been enjoying unit based on the telephone directory. prison rights were asked, of all the: Meet Hamilton: Lattimore Sam Norman Williams Owen'John

their smelling and tasting party as a They are learning to look up phone
men.Mrs. William
Open u.s. 301 S. Julia Ripplinger's seventh Southerland Mike Gowens,
the five senses unit. Some number and other information.
follow-up David
7 A M. 12 P.M. s Walnut St foods sampled were: lemons grade has been studying the metric Anderson Sean Robinson and
Clifford Martin, and three Inmates system in math the past two weeks. Jones. Girls: Charlotte Monica
peanuts pickles celery. L.W.C.I. and J.T. Richardsonfrom On Friday the class had a "Metric Berry, Allison and Libby Davis
LARGE and believe It or not garlic from
SUNBEAM Mr.Tickle Hunt" with pairs of Valarle Randolph, Dawn Scott,
MOTOR OIL salt was one of the favorites. The U.C.I. presented a program to Scavenger and Valarie
BREAD EOn second grade Is also completing a the 5th eth. and 7th graders. Mr. students measuring various assigned Daphane Williams
Richardson showed slides of Raiford. objects on .the school campus. Jenkins.
2 3QIII' Flat 2% pot. $119 basic unit on Hamilton's fractions.fourth grade Each inmate told his story of how he Including the width of Mr Duncan'sfoot. The girls finished Fourth and the
Loaves 19' 3 To. Par Fl.' class congratulates Reggie Johnsonfor came to be in prison and encouragedall Our vegetable garden is looking boys finished the third. Lattimore
Williams won highest points
to their good. ,
to listen
his performance in Spanish. Since the young people from These people participated in the trophy. He scored 597 out of 600 points
January, Reggie on his own parents and teachers. Questions

ALL BRANDS BEER initiative has been studying Spanish .
MiLKa after school with Mrs. Joy uoodall. a ." ,,',' ,"" ,,'" I.' .W" ,." I.', .....
Title One teacher. He has masteredthe :

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0.' 1 Over Cost twenty.DOING body, and. the numbers one through f' HAMPTON AREA "I

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f,4't- M Andrew's. Stump's Eckerd'i, Henry Rhoden family between 10 and
by Dolores MengPhone4a8.1915 Denmark Furniture Co.,Eastern Gas 12 a.m. Sizes as follows are needed:
National Protein Barking Lot Boys' size 5 pants; 9Mi shoes. Underwear -
MEETINGSThe and diapers are also needed.
meeting of the Sawyer 'Slade Gas Starke Paint
next regular Food Mens' 17 to 17'4 shirt; 36 pants 10thshoes.also.
.Winn Dixie,Ivls Causey
i 'Christian\ : Church Ladles' I Cent) >!.adeocbwIHardee'M'Fat. Ml.dr : :. sock.;.Ladles..S'zi' 1 7
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for Wed!, MIT.lO"Zp.m.frt:
..:'krfM'rVireh'n.' -llardoe', -. Fa dresses. 37: blouse; 7Mf shoes. Girls'sizes
the Church. and 8 dresses, slacks or shirts.
re to hold their Boys McDonald's. Register Oil 7
Citizens plan
; .next Senior meeting on Friday, May 12, 2 Piggly Wiggly, Hosier's, Pizza Hut, also size 2, shoes 13, 9'4\ and 5.
Hall Florida Bank at Starke, Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith and
p.m. at the City .Telegraph Pat Farnsworth, Neal children, Richard and Jeffrey, left on

SENIOR CITIZENS PICNIC Tucker, Starke Builders Supply, Monday via Amtrak train from:
Members of the Hampton Senior Georgia Florida Poultry Co., Western Waldo for their home in Grafton
Club will meet at the City Auto Blalock Meat Market Raley'i Vermont. They enjoyed the ten days
Hall Thursday May 4, at 9 a.m. They Grocery Hampton Handy Way, Susie spent with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
should bring along packed lunches to Lett's of Beauty George Pierce Sylvester Smith. This included
at Anastasia State Park in St. Robert Green Evelyn Powell Wilfrid visiting Disney World shopping-;
'' Augustine.enjoy The Club is furnishing soft Fontaine, Pauline Lott, Mayor trip to Flagler Beach and sight-
William Summers Mrs. Russell seeing. They acquired sunburns and
I r drinks. A fun day planned
/ and socializing. Williams;Mr.Johnson, Hank Lott and plan a return trip as soon as possible
games McClellan. .
. 4' SUCCESSFUL FISH FRY Mr. and Mrs. Ressle bowling made' IIAMPTON LAKE j.:'

The Fish Fry held at the firehouseon and decorated a large cake selling Dolly Simpson Is happy to be home
Saturday for the benefit of the individual slices. Many Individuals after surgery and two weeks
Area Volunteer Fire Department donated food helped in cooking and hospitalization at North Florida.
Hampton was considered very serving and assisted in other ways. Regional Hospital In Gainesville. .-
I t successful with a profit of $602.17 The newly ,reconstructed bright Mrs: Eugene Meng and Mrs.
; realized. Besides a good meal there yellow fire truck was on display as Francis Meng attended baby showerfor
r h v 4 y auction and door prizes were well as the auxiliary vehicles. It Mrs. David Meng and daughter,
was an Another interesting proved to be a well organized and fun Carrie Friday evening In Starker.

given feature was away.the 'Ugly Man' contest in filled evening for many people! Rattlesnakes are in the area!
Jeffrey Baker and Connie Clark-are
which ten men participated. Carl'Huck' CONGRATULATIONSDebbie those who each killed
PiX4 rI Dennison won this award over among one I
Mowry was married to Dean recently. :
E.W Hodges, second In line by f
ribbon Boccumini on April 3 In Georgia. They Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meng and
given a I
He was
votes.Inscribed'God loves me Just as I am'. visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Angela, visited Mr. 'and J
'vmi those to be thanked for Richard Mowry and family, before Mrs. Ernie Schorner and family in II
t donating Among toward this Fish Fry are- making their home in Tallahassee. Lake Asbury Sunday. They enjoyed i
Tammy Phelps celebrated her 7th boating and had some good luck I''
A. birthday on April 22. She was treatedto fishing. :;:
for and
a surprise party family :

.- ,Park.friends at the Hampton Recreation School l Mews ; (

Mrs. Carolyn Joyner accompaniedeight

members of her 4-H Cooking Among those from Hampton '
_s- Class for a meeting at the home of Elementary School participating In
member Lori Stone. Mrs. Joyner the Countrywide Physical Fitness'
demonstrated setting up and Meet held at Bradford High School
decorating tables for buffets and last Saturday were: Audrey Brown
festive occasions. The group brought Marie Corbitt. Brenda Curtis Jenny
along sandwiches cookies and punchfor Davis. Monty Glisson Jimmy'Joyner.

rAak refreshments. Jackie Mitchell Jerome Mitchell
Lori is making good progress in Brad Russell Bret Russell Stephen
walking now. Mrs Lola Roberts visits Sheppard Patty Sherwin. Rob Spltze
rJohns her three times weekly as her tutor. Amy Williams, Melissa Williamiand
Charley Mrs;Kathryn Carbone of Elizabeth, Sandy Williams. Principal Connie

N.J., arrived via Eastern Airlines in Clark Mrs. Jean Clark, Mrs. Lucy
.i'I i Gainesville.'Friday to spend some Hodges and Mn. Margaret Wads-
___ E. time with, her mother, Mrs. T.F. worth were among school personnelwho
Brown the Raleigh Brannen's of accompanied the students. Coach
Bedford Lake and other relatives and Ben Moxley trained the students,. in
;: friends In the area. the various events. T

Mrs. Ernestine Denmark and: her
BAD NEWS BEARS sixth grade class miss Penny Flvthe
About This Question The Bad News Bears baseball team who recently moved from this area
I t plans their first game of the season at and Is now attending Bradford Middle

"The rapid' increase_ -in Lawtey,Thursday evening April 27 at School. They all wish the best for her!
This Little League team Is
robbery and theft S p.m. Mn. Kathryn Wigglesworth and the
being coached by Tom Paladino and fifth graders welcomed Kenny
makes .me worried meet-at the Hampton Recreation Crawford back
to their
____ about 'my ,stamp and' Park for practice on Tuesday and Monday. He had been absent class almost:on

coin collection. My Thursday evenings at 5 p.m. two weeks after undergoing

.h'j IT YOURSELF IS HALF THE .FUN. Homeowner, Policy'down CLOTHING NEEDED: General emergency Hospital appendectomy at Alaclua)
t .begin to cover
Due to the loss of their home and
1:1 marks the end
'"" ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU HAVE THE MONEY. the ''valuta*"' Can the personal belongings last week by fire week April grading period. Report 01 the 5th cards IIlx

>: Y J CharleyAE.. Johns donations of clothing are being will be going out next week -
a accepted at the firehouse for the
'. satisfaction a beautiful project : Agency supply all task'Insurance
;. Do-it-yowselters get two kinds of : "
V to cover the LUNCH MENU
and a bunch of money saved. : THE BRADFORD
'f. ." ,fabric and floor full value of these rare May I-S
Lumber,light fixtures covertss
'. t I". But It takes money to save money. COUNTY TELEGRAPH MONDAY Hamburger on bun

J*" donl come free. Neither does a well-equipped workshop for paneling a.den. ,., i ilI stamps !and, coinsDa k Published every Thursday french fries, lettuce tomato' pickle.'
fruit milk.TUESDAYS .
.'' furniture or building a garage. .. cup
?:; tt retlnlshlng SI13S.W.Call Street
:' The beauty comes In Florida National's Installment !financing : .y. Starke Florida 32091 mashed I PorCUplne'meatb8'

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With Florida National's helpyoucanhave funsavemoneymakeyourhome : Stark,Florida Hot dog on bin.
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In trade area i7 per, chicken
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Community part of a four-day effort to raise. uniforms for the and momfjcrh<.
"., funds to purchase uniforms,the Brad. have never had uniform nlwe 'ihi-
I I ford Middle School Band will give a 20 band was formed three yours alto
minute concert on the sidewalk In Band members are also lukinu;
News front of Wlnn Dixie Saturday April 29, orders for >n001'11)_
I at 11 a.m. Cookbook." through Monday. May i I.
.:.. ;" ,'." Band Director<< Mike Woodfin sauj
by Elisabeth O.Walker ;:'k. : TIle 34.member bend tat Inte. the bond presented a concert at
foil Chapter 1W O.E.8. Wednesday, 7:30.: sMlor '::' ,' Chorus To Perform
"Dell Choir rehearsal. f .: :, i I BUS Band, FridayA I
Chapter 168 O.E.S. .
win hold its Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Story Ii
regular meeting Thursday, April J7, Hour at the churdJ. Thursday at 8
at 7 p.m. in the Masonic lieu on p.m. the All Male Chorus win combined concert of the Bradford tainment will be a. square 'donee
Brownlee Street. All members are hearse.Friday at 6.30: p.m. the Junior re High School Band and Chorus will be presentation by the Mrawlwrrv
asked 10 be prellent. Chorus will rehearse. .' held Friday April 28. at 8 p.m. in the Swingers.
Saturday ', high school auditorium.A .
dinners will be \
Concerned from the kitchen. '
County The Citizens el Bradford! Sunday Is Educational Day. Sunday .. .,.,, (i:" Admission will be $1 fur adult and
Concerned: Citizens monthly la set meeting of the School, 9:30 a.m. ".. Worship, part of the evenings enter. SO cents for students. .

7:30: in the Day Care Center Thursday room at In 11 a.m. Evening Worship, d p.m. :

BJE cunplex. AU concerned citizens ML '
A.ME. Church X
are invited to attend Meeting ;<<
Prayer each : .:" I
p,m. Sunday School lO.am. Darning
I,Work Sunshine: Acre on Highway for the handicapped 16. a. Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship 6 BYS" -
I hat instituted p.m.New I fig ,
several new
Bethel t9Z
Baptist Church
Every r VISIT
programs that will benefit many Wednesday 7:30 : OUR
Prayer ,
I people in the Bradford-Union
County Sfauk
Meeting and Bible The second 0
Sunday May 14. the Home
Mission '
1. Our Culvert Pipe Production .la Day will be held. AU members are 004-7792
I both We art now taking orders asked to see either Sister MIa_
lor 12 Inch and Glory 180 W. Call St. StarkeNEW
la Inch
pipe Jackson. Sister '
Coreine _
McNeal or ,, v ILhI
(both in 4 foot \1t
lengths) Sister "
Chandler I .
as to how rlJll Cords -
Our Home
2. Lawn .
Service is CLaSSESI
.J i now in much you should ( .
pay. .. '
full swing. We are looking for weekly \ ..... :
or bi-weekly customer in the BeadsMACRAME'
Angeronle Nicole Nichols .Is a NOW STARTING
Keystone 3. Our Photo Heights Coupons and Starke areas. contestant In the East Coast vs West Clyde Simmer was honored at the Florida Tracking Association Driver' of
Program Is Coast Baby Contest Sister Amanda the Year for itTT. Books
wit of the best values. in (town. For Chandler Is selling tickets for this
I only W.US you and your family can affair. Please
help us make this
have beautiful full color photographs. occasion: a success.: Local Trucker is Florida Driver of YearStarke & Accessories
To find out more details on this offer Mrs. Marion Dell Is heading the RUB-OUT
J and Information about other of
any Cancer Drive this
I our activities call 9647699. volunteers who wish to year.aid In Any this resident Clyde W. Sumner excess of 2 million miles without an I
effort asked employed by Florida Rock ft Tank accident and never receiving a Aril & Cults
are to see Mrs. Dell. hazardous BEGINNING s./J.>< <
Lines Inc.
I Graduation Congratulations to The East Coast Ministers and Jacksonville was moving citation
Miss Glenda Faye Johnson for Deacon Union will this named the 1977 Florida Trucking At the 8th annual FTA award ART & .
successfully completing the requirements Friday night at 7:30 at Jerusalem Association Driver of the Year in ceremonies at the Hilton uncouth In ......4.
for an Associate: in Art degreeat recent awards ceremonies. P1"11"0. Sumner received a trophy rJ.M
Church .
Baptist : Rev. A.J. Simmons .. .
Santa Fe Community Cnlie e. Pastor,In Olustee,Fla.The Union will i Sumner built a record of 22 even of Jrom FTA'.1978 president elect Jim : 6lfti
Glenda Is Uw daughter of Mrs. Evelyn terminate Sunday at 4 p.m. with Rev. accident free driving having In McClenny.

Banks and Johnny Johnson. In the L. Davis giving the closing sermon. --.----
:Fall. Glenda will further pursue her May 7. the first Sunday the pastor

education where she at will the University major in of Business Florida and congregation are invited to .. BIG DAYS
render service in Putnam Hall. We 3 !
Education. are asking the coooperatlon of all i "
members. Sunday School. *:30 a.m., N EAGLE Thursday, Friday
,Ml Moriah United Methodist Bible Class,S p.m. You are Invited to ILSJ
Church: Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Bible attend. ; S and Saturday
Study and Choir rehearsal for the
Junior Choir.Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Ebeneier Baptist. Church:
All members will go to Pleasant Tuesday 7 p.m. Bible Class.
Grove for services. Thursday, 6:30, Prayer Meeting.
Pleasant Grove Every first and Friday, April 28, the Ministers and National Brand Sale!
[ second Monday Young Adult Choir re- Deacons Union will convene at i
hearsal. Each Tuesday at 7 p.m. the Olustee Fla. Missionary Baptist .
'Young Junior Choir rehearses. Church. All members are asked to .
I Wednesday at 7 p.m. is PrayerMeeting. fellowship with the Ministers and
1 Thursday at 7 p.m. is Bible Deacons activity.Greater .* .
Study. Sunday School 10 a.m. At 11 Allen Chapel A.M.E. The names you know and trust at savings of up to 34CKMCTTEflHCES 'o
a.m. there will be a Joint service with Church' Sunday School, 10 a.m..
ML Moriah. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. A .. t: \ "\ '
Missionary service will be presented.All nlr '111,111'I I I, I 0I 'tL SAVE 1.Of '
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Macedonia Freewill Baptist members are Invited to attend. I
Church: Wednesday 7 p.m., Prayer SAVE ON'DICKIES "
Meeting. Thursday, 7 p.m., Bible "" WORK PANTSII ,
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Worship 11 am.,Evening Worship 6 *
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.1'' ''.".'. :' .-. ." The Fourth Annual Physical Participating from Hampton 1
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.' Fitness meet for Bradford County Elementary was Stephen Sheppard,
I --- ,. Elementary schools was held 524 points; Rob Spitze. 533 points. ;
i : .- Saturday with Southslde Elementary Jlmmey Joyner, 530 points. :; Monty I
.....- taking first place for the boys and Glisson 530: points; Brett Hussell. 533:
; Starke Elementary the high-poinl points; Jackie Mitchell. 415 points;
winner for the girls Jerome Mitchell. Sal points: BradRussell

: .. .;;,... The meet Is held annually and the 535 points, Melissa Williams.
". ..... '.. .' ,' children are tested in six events that 399 points; Sandy Williams, 3\15\
'I ,. --,.,... -, ..... .:,.....,;\. ..'.." ..,. Include pull-ups sit.ups.50-yard dllllha points; Amy Williams, 395\ points; ,
"''C .1 shuttle run, standing broad Audrey Brown, 530 ; Marie j
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'.;, _....: \....... '", '600 yard run. Corbett 500 points; Patty Sherwin "

i iI All Individual event scores are 549 points; Jenny Davis 467 points; I
I I added to get the child's total score. and Brenda Curtis M5 points. :
Eight students compete from each Lawtey Elementary participant
L school but only the top six scores are Included Lattimore Williams[ 507\
added to get the total team scores. points; Owen Southerland. 577 points. ;
Ribbons were awarded to all the John Hauntter. 516 points; William .1
f .. participants, and trophies were Anderson 559!\\ points; S. Norman 5M I
I' ... 'I presented to high scorers and first points; David Jones, 559 points; Ci. I.
pv .. W and second place schools Brown, 556 points; M. Gowens. 4KB
.. .. points; Shan Robinson 443 points;. '

I .. ...'" For the boys teams, Southslde Libby Davis, 567 points; Valerie
I Elementary placed first with a total of Jealsur 551 points; Charlotte Berry
.., 3.449 points. Starke Elementary 538 points; Monica Derry 480 points:
placed second with 3,419 points. Valerie Randolph, 514 points: Dawn
....... Lawtey Elementary followed with Scott 538 points;; Daphne Williams
,1111 ..:, '... 3,402 points. Hampton Elementary 431 points; and Allison Davis 4I6!
... ;f took fourth place with 3,169 points and points.
: \ Event at the track meet Included the broad Jump, the 50 yard dash, the 60O Brooker Elementary closed In fifth Representing Southsldo Klemen-
-.c.." ';"' ':"f'j.I, yard run, and alt>upi.Girl's place with 2.866 points. tary was Herbis Cooper 594\ points;
..]J -: For the girl's teams Starke Andy Jones, 585 points; Wendel
...- Elementary placed first with 3,348 Shanks, 542 points; Keith Kchra. 5H5
I points Southside placed second with points; Collm Warren. 564 points:
3,306 points, Brooker Elementary Barry Warren. 518 points; Mike
followed in third place with 3,303 Chapel 576 points; Kerry Hall. 5fi5
\ Track Has "Best Performance Meet points Lawtey Elementary took points; Charley Pel hum. .106 points;
fourth place with 3,202 points and M. Wood. 562 points; P. Procter. 5ftl: :
Hampton Elementary finished last points: T. Perry, 553 points! ; T.
Putting forth a super effort for"our to St. Augustine. It will be held 70.5 time. Vanessa Tyson placed sixth in the with 3.082 points. Morrow 520 points; S. IIl'ndt.'non,5.fK
'"'lIt' overall performance of the Friday April 28 at Palatka |Iigh Tyson also set a new school record '.'long Jump with a l5'43-4" Jump, and The Boy s Individual high scorer ; L. Ferrl. 54R poinls; I U.
MMison.! the BUS girl's track team School beginning at 3, p.m with a 18.1 time in the 100 hurdles. She placed fourth in the high jump with a was Lattimore Williams, from Williams. 495 points; E. Gainey. SS'l I
look second place at the class AAA, Approximately 19 schools comprisethe placed fourth and qualified for the I 4'4" jump. Teresa Woody placed fifth Lawtey Elementary with 597 points. points; and L. DeWItt 470 points. I
District track meet and qualified for region, and the top four finishersin Regional meet. with the same 4'4" jump. The Girl's high scorer was Stacy Representing Starke Elementary
II of the 16 events of the Regional each event will qualify for the State In the 330 yard low hurdles, Orita Marian Puttman placed third in the Reddish with 574 points School was John Francis, 584 points;
marl to be held Friday according to meet which is held. in Winter Park Covington placed third and qualified, shot put with a 32'11'V measure- Tony Diggs, 509 points; Frank Long.
Coach Jerry McGriff. May 6.High. for the regional meet with a 57.8 time. ment, and also led in the discus with a Participating I rom Brooker 565 points; Stanley Drown 559 points;
"We have a very.young and Inexperienced point scorer for the meet was Janet Williams also, qualified when 103'4" throw. Cilita Hawkins placedfifth Elementary was Curtis Jones 570 Alan Gonzalez, 562 points; Oliver
team but they slowly Cindy Griffith.who set a'new school she clocked In with a S9.8 time for In the discus with an 89'1, points; Darrell Polk, 548 points; Tyson 580 points; Daren Chandler.
Improved and peaked toward the end record with her 3:22.5 time in the mile fourth place. Kelley Bigham, 450 points; Keith 551 points; Edward Cummings 46.1
of the season; said McGriff. run. Cindy placed first and qualifiedfor Pattie Cheeser clocked In at 60.3: for The 440 yard relay team placed Starling. 441 Joe flagon, 402 point.; Mary Ann Thompson. 567
Twenty girls competed in the the Regional meet. Also In the mile fifth place and Janice Berry followedat fourth and qualified for the regionals. points; points 562 points; points: Carrie Coburn. 507 points;
District meet 18 of which scored run, Linda Richardson placed fifth 60.6 for sixth place. The team consists of Teena Norman. ,Elaine Tetstone, 543 points; Susan Rhonda Sapp. 561 points; Debra I
points. Fourteen of the girls qualifiedfor with a 6:02.3: ; time. Cindy Griffith again placed first Chris Hamilton Pat Gainey and Navaleny 563 points; Penny Jakab Griffis. !555 points: Stacy Reddish 574 '
the Regional meet. In order to In the140 yard dash Judy and qualified for the regional meet In Virginia Crawford, who finished witha 552 points; Lisa Lynn, 518 points; points; Marcia Watterson. 5.16\ points:
qualify for the Regional meet, Hankerson placed second and the 880 yard run with a 2:27.3: time.n 56.3 time. Cindy Lynn, 532 points; bobble Karen Kimutls, 544 points: Cindy
participants must place in the top four qualified for Hegionals with a 64.1 | the two mile run Griffith placed The mile relay team placed fourth Phillips 551 points; and Terl Jakab, Winkler, 547 points and Tanju Rlgby,
In each event. time Vanessa Tyson also qualified In first with a 12:24 time with Linda with a 4:39'8: time with Vanessa 473 points. 539\ points,
The Region 1, Class AAA meet the event by placing fourth with a 68.1 Richardson following in fourth place Tyson Teresa Woody Kim Slocum
includes four districts from Pensacola time. Kim Slocom olacerl fifth with aBJHS with a 12:44.7: time and Judy Hankerson running.


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Season with Winning'.Streak ; : ." The Dogers are still out in front with and) .defeat the .Guaranty Federal rust In the bottom of the'\s,, th to lift b a vld Francis/ ":singled/ ;In'I I thfi''first' ..

1 their, 3.0 record In the National Pirates, 16-13, on Thunday,'April 20at Lawley Gold 4.3 over the Braves 'last Inning with the first two iirav runs.
' Street Park. Then Reitz lied It ;)-with his triple In
the Pratt Thursday, April 20.
Finishing up the season with some High Jump- 1)) D.. Carter 5'6", 3) League of Dixie Youth baseball this Starting a and scoring driveIn Billy Belt pitched for the Braves the lop! of the sixth setting the stage
Gold team
) smashing victories the BHS men'strack Cummings 5 to". week and the Lawtey record continues in- the hitting the first Inning, and did "a fantastic job" said Coach for Simmons' game winning home
team now prepares; for the! Pole Vault- 1) Thomas 9'6", to hold same Randy Wheeler belted a two bagger Buddy Paterson. Reitz used his bat to
District meet to be held Friday April Shot Put-'1) Cummings 41'U", 2) the American League.for the Dixie bomb Into left field to score 2 runs and advantage, too when he tripled in the run.Simmons pitched the first three
28. Patrick 41W.Discus Current standings keep the club cracking. After top of the sixth and scored the tlelng Innings for the Gold but hud to retire
Running over Lake Butler April 14?. 1)) Patrick.. Youth are: National League; Pirates Snagging 9 hits, the Pirates gave way run on a passed ball. because he had pitched hm quota/ of
the men took home the win 95-31, and 0-2, with a tie, Lawtey Blue, 2-1. and took the loss to the Dodgers. Reitz set the Gold down the first two nix innings for the week item wont
then continued the winning streak by Columbia County Giants, 0-2, with a tie. Dodgers 3-0. Hitters for the Pirates were Mike innings but the Lawtey nine broke the distance for the Uratcs.
'''f, beating Columbia County 87-34. 120-Yard Illl- 1) Rogers 16.2...21tTatum American League: Mets, 2-1, Braves Chappell 3 for 5; Kevin Grlffis, 2 for loose for three runs In the third on a Reitz was 2-for-3 with a triple.
IB 9. __ 1-2 Lawtey Gold 3-0 Angels 03. 4; Randy Wheeler and Darrln Hardee, walk and five straight hits. .Jim Kenny DeWitt tripled, and John David
STATISTICS DllculII) B. Snell 137'0", 2)) 1 for 4; and Johnny Brown l for 9. Norman walked Gerald Brown Francis singled for the Braves
Lake Butler Meet Patrick 119'0", 3)) D. Carter 102'4", Pi ra teaS-tJlanUS The Dodgers grabbed 8 hits from singled Sam Norman doubled. Paul Sam Norman. Paul Smith. Owen
120-Yard 1111- 1) Rogers 16.3, 2)) Mile Run-) Smith 5:36.4.: 2) In the time alloted for the games, pitchers Darrin Hardee and Johnny Smith singles, Owen Sutherland Sutherland and Bruce Simmons were
Thomas 19.0.imtYurd Bennett 5:36.5. the Guaranty Federal Pirates held the Brown to take the win. Hitters were all 2-for-3 for Lawtey Gold. Normanhad
) Dash- 1)) Shell 10.6, 2) Pole Vault 1) Sammons 5'6". Badcock Furniture Giants to a 5.5 Tony Diggs and Todd Denton, each 3 singled and Bruce Simmons doubled. a double. Simmons had a double
Cummings 10.7: 100-Yard Dash- 1) Shell 10.3, 3) deadlock on Tuesday, April 25. HittingIn for 5; Timmy Tyson, 2 for 5; Vance Kenny DeWItt tripled and John and the home run.
:Mile Hun- |) Bennett 5:02: 2) Cummings 10.8 the bottom of the sixth Inning Giant Culverson and Clyde Sumner each 1 ------ -- -
Tatum 5:16.440Yard: 440-Yard Relay- BUS 47.4. Gary Tyson began the rally by gettingon for 5. .
Relay- 1) BUS 46.3. 440-Yard Dash- 1) .Carter. 55.0, 3)) base followed by a single by Andy
410-Yard Dash- 1)) Carter 53.6, 2) Davis 56.4.HHOYard. Chaff which put two runners on. with LAWTEY the
Johns 56.4. 3)) Davis 56.9. Run- 1)) Smith 2:06.: 3)) the winning run having stolen a baseto Taking only 6 hits Giants away
:ilO-Yard: Low Hurdles 1)) Rogers Sammons 2:25.1.: get to third: Giant pitcher, Richie Badcock Furniture Blue also pitcher took,
Mike Waters, Lawtey
419.: 2> Thomas 46.3. High Jump 3)) D. Carter 5'4". Fender pounded a double bagger into their I
i HHO-Yard Hun- 1) Snell 2:09.5: 3) Shot Put 1) Cummings 41'8'a", 2)) center field where Pirates' fielder Bo the 17-10 victory, making wins 0 a 1
the 2 to
standing league
: Summons 2241. Smith 37'1112", 31 Patrick 38'6". Wheeler grabbed the ball. sailed it
losses, Friday, April 21,
Mile: Medley BUS Mile MedleyI) BUS 4:10.3. Into third Baseman Randy Wheeler to
I 1) BUS tag the runner out. holding the runner Hitters for Lawtey Blue were
:Mile Relay Mile Relay- 1)) BHS 3:43.4Long :
Long Jump- 1)) Tatum 10''a", 2) Jump 2)) Tatum 17.8 3)) G. for the third out. The game was calleda Michael Varnes 2-for-4, Anthony
N. tie and will be whenever Williams, 2-for-3, with a homer in the
Carter Glen. 19'0", 3) Carter Carter 17.6.. replayed
17'6'a". the Giants meet the Pirates again top of the 4th inning. Eddie Herndon.
Thursday.May 4. 1-for-l after walking 4 times.
Hitters for the Giants were Richie
Fender Andy Chaff each lfor2.
Lawtey Gold 12 Angels 7
Greg Tyson, l-for-3 and !Mike Waters,
Baker Takes High Jump HonorCoach Using a .three-pitcher strategy 1forl. If
couldn't pull tne C.IKS Lodge Angelsout
of trouble Thursday, April 19. METS loANGEI.8.Outhlttlng. 9 -
Grover Howard taught school to his !present level against the Lawtey Gold club losing but not outscoring the
Milton Baker how to high jump at "Coach Johnson has done it alt for 127. Chamber of Commerce Mets, the Elks
Bradford High School back In 1975 me" said Baker "He changed my Striking out seven players, the trio Lodge Angels lost 10-9. in a close,
when the youngster with the spring- approach and altered my style just gave up 8 hits 2 of which ppitcher( hard foughtgame on April 21, to Pirate Teddy Bresee.
loaded legs showed he could jump on enough to make a whale of a differ the park homers for the Gold widen the Mets' standing. 2.wins and "aIT
the basketball court. ence. He knows so much about the Bruce Simmons, with loaded bases. no losses.
Baker, now a sophomore at SantaFe sport that 1 just listen to him and you. Hitters for the Angels were Marty Hitters for the' Mets were Jimmy
Community College, recently can see the change." Irons Mike Colvin. both 1 for 4: Jeff Schoening. 2-for-3, Barry Boswell.
captured the freshman and junior Baker Is a 1976 graduate of Bradford ColtraneandSam Griffis, each 1 for 3. Shane Johnson Kenny Davis, all l.
college high jump competition at the High School and is still the holderof Lawtey Gold rallied in the second for2. Doug Samons and Ron Willis.
35th annual Florida Relays with a three BUS track records 6-7 In and third Innings to score4 times each both lfor3. -
leap of 72. Baker says he' stands a the high jump. 22.2 in the long jump with Simmons cleaning the bases. Marty Irons and Jeff Coltrane
good chance of clearing 7-6 before the and 45-6 in the triple jump. Baker also Hitters for L. Gold were Bruce pitchers for the Angels, struck out a
year Is out. played basketball at. BHS. He was Simmons. 3 for 4; Paul Smith and total fo 12 players for the game.
The 7-2 leap was a meet record point guard as a.senior averaging 15 Owen Southerland, each 2 for 4; Jim Hitters for the Angels were Marty 4kp aI
breaking the old standard of 6-10' set points In his senior basketball Norman. 1 for 9.DODGERS Irons and Sam Griffis. both 2-for-4.
bv WarnerBrown In 1975. season with tall players such as Mike Colvin. Tudy O'Neal and Jeff -_
"E\erything just hit on time. I knew Donnie Sewell. Abie Williams, and PIRATES 13 Coltrane all l-for-3.
I was going to do it. Everything just Curtis White gone, he played more up In a long. hard battling game the N
felt right; Baker said of his !March 25 front and got to demonstrate his Sonny's Bat-B-Que. Dodgers bustedloose Lawtey Gold- Braves 3 '
leap. Baker Is the son of Sirs Ruby jumping ability to good advantage In the 6th inning to score six runs Bruce Simmons slammed a home
Fisher of Starke. A track scholarship to Albany State. _
Baker started the competition witha Albany Georgia followed. In his
hohulTclearing of 6.6 and proceeded freshman year at Albany State. Baker t. Fly
to clear 6-8. 610. and 7-0 with high jumped 7-1., four inches better
just ,one miss while his nearest than his BITS record of 6-7. did 48-0 In Dixie Boys Begin PlayThe
competition Dewayne !McLarren of the triple jump and long jumped just. s, l rf
Bethune Cookman cleared 6-10 be- once but did 2211.
fore missing at 7-0': "Albany State Just wasn't for me" "
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"I felt real good. Usually I'll move< Baker says. Dixie Boys Baseball Program 8. sewing up a 9..fJl for the 0'. M :
the bar to 7-3 if everyone Is out at 7-0." He transferred to SFCC for his consisting of four teams. began play Mondays April 2... v + .
said Baker "But I thought about the sophomore year where he Is primarily Monday. April 2... at Westside Park in
7-4 and said to myself 'why not'." working on the high jump. He has Starke under the Starke Recreation Olympians got 7 hits'in 15 times -
After wrapping up the win at 7-2 to cleared 7-3 several times and 7... once Department at bat. Leading hitters for the O's -j' .
tie his l personal best. Baker took a in practice; were Clayton Norman. 3-for-3: Ricky "
shot at 7-4 but fell short on three tries. Baker Is aiming for 7-6 this season 'the teams are the Sonic, the Sullivan. :2-for-2 Larry Saucer and .
"That first try at 7-4 felt so good and has his eye firmly on a berth in Merchants, the Clvitans and the John Thompson. both l-for-2-for the "
until time to lift." said Baker. "Then the 1980 Olympics. Olympians All came. ( 4y \
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my foot slipped Inside my shoe because Baker is also toying with the idea of businessmen and Theleague L' '
of all the sweat.Coach U rooks) playing some more basketball although I II for older boys parents 11: and 14. The hits .gathered by the Sonics ." ...: "" .. '
Johnson says J have the strength to hit he says his court skills are were credited to M. Testone. 3-for-3. ...,.. ... .P'1
7-6 and with a lot of work 1 hope to rusty now SFCC may start a basketball Olympians t-Sonlcs 4 and M. Williams, l-for-2, Sonlcs' \ .
reach that." team next season.' Or. Baker says With relief from Chuck Johnson. pitcher M. Williams struck out 3 Pitcher Darrln Harde.covers home but Dodger David Uttl cross eke had
Baker credits Coach Johnson with he may try out' fur the UF basketball Olympian : John Thompson Olympians to help the defensive as the catcher drops the ball.
helping him Improve from 6-7 In high team. held th.iSnn hits. and struck out cause.

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TELEGRAPH AprU2Ttillappiness' .... ."..{.,11 .. ...., .. JIHS Hand and Chorus: Wilt Present Concert

f\.t+ April 28 Auditorium


I Her first disc ready for airing Bradford High School advanced of Dean sent grand their final own selections, the two and group then will, asa '

bend under the direction
"A Saga of Western
CMBcte,and the Bradford direction America/i present
advanced chorus, under the
Multi-faceted Starke residentLa songs picked for her 'Tot So William McRae, will present a '
Von Drlvas la "high on happiness" Happy.." Is a story of lost love and of combination concert In the BUS The concert begins at p.m. Tickets

after nine week of waiting were over the flip side! "If I Had a Destination." Auditorium Friday. April 28. at 8 p.m. may be purchased. from any advanced
Tuesday and her Nashville recording written by Caprice owner Don Lewis, band or chorus student, or they may

"I'm So Happy I Could Cry" .Is ready' .is a song with' a message chorus and Band will each pre be purchased at the door
fur distribution to radio stations A graduate of Bradford High The

locally and across the country School, LaVon grew up with music -
Both sides of the 45 disc recorded in teaching herself to play the paino -
February are progressive! country before taking lessons from Ada -1-- -T;
and are backed by a seven.piece Reddish and Mamie Lou Edwards. I
instrumental group and two back up The daughter of Gladys and the late
singers. Brady Collins, LaVon and her brother II I I.

A roving minstrel for the Bradford Bernie sang together In church and in t9- )

County School System, LaVon said school."I _
her kindergarten through seventhgrade like to Improvise." said the N,

music students at. Law.ley, attractive green-eyed brunette. ,r adik; '
Hampton and Brooker Elementaryschools Someday I would like to record my of ,1

are real excited about the record own songs.", Interested in all types of
and have been treating her like atar. music her at home listening is classical _\,
music. A gourmet cook with d y 9e
Always on the go LaVon said she French cooking a speciality LaVon

loves to travel and meet people, she said she sings around the house while New DOR Credit Facility Opens ;. arm '

currently Is choir director at First working."I f ; T'
United Methodist Church for both the love being a wife," said LaVon. '
youth and adult choirs, as well as She has decorated their Starke home Cashier Elaine Wainwright demonstrates the remarkable ability of this "'C ,4S 4'aryas
giving private lessons with the same open cool feeling accented computer terminal. The computer has a seven second response sad Is M
A mezzo soprano the effervescent with lush gfeen plants evidenton connected with a computer bank In Campbell California.In '
Starke native heard of a search for two trips to Greece. La Yon met her operation at the MW Credit Union facility which Is located at Union .
new talent being held in Gainesvilleand architect husband Spyros, a native of Correctional Institution In Raiford. the computer cuts through the "red tape" c dAY hAr
decided to audition. The first Athens while both were attending the and enables the local facility and Tallahassee to share split-second informationand r "
audition narrowed down a large groupto University of Florida. LaVon receivedher knowledge, regarding Credit futon members.The .
two people asked to return for a Bachelor of Music Education new facility will serve employees of the Department Offender
second audition. La Von was asked to from U of F in 1973. The Drives livedIn Rehabilitation In a multi-county area Including. employees at such Institutions h
go to Nashville a nd record for Caprice Tampa for while before moving to as the Reception Medical Center In Lake Butler and Lawtey Correctional

R< LaVon said she carefully checked out r
the reputation of the Individuals and LaVon said her record will be sent rxFSI'
the record company to 300 radio stations across the Baseball and SorcerSchetliilea
Four busy days were spent in Nashville country. Caprice will promote the
by LaVon and her husband record with the larger stations and Braille Thru Library
Spy roe LaVon said she was given a LaVon said she hopes, through per- CTI
cassette tape of the words and music sonal contact to have the 45 played New Employees Complete
of "I'm So Happy..," written by locally at WPXE and Gainesville The 1978 soccer and baseball ache Stadium, East .Rutherford
Caprice producers Roger LcBlanc stations WDVII. WGVL and WRUF dules are available in braille for blind Jersey. has announced that Florida State
baseball Offender
and Joe Hunter to get the feel of the and Jacksonville station WQIK. sports fans from the Florida Regional Major league seasons Department Robert II. Turner Sr. andJames
the first week in The back row), Layne D. Sanchez
for the Blind and Physically began April. Prison employees
rhythm before going to the recording Signed to just a one record contract, Library Secret and Aubrey P. Twlford
front ) Raymond
American League opened this year in R. Guthrie and row '
LaVon .Is first recordsuccess Handicapped.
studio on famous music row. hopeful a Raiford.
Institute at
schedule in its Seattle on April with the Mariners recently participated In the Correctional Training
Twenty-eight year old LaVon said will lead to a five year con Offering the longest standard
she felt comfortable with the tract with Caprice. history, the North American Soccer hosting the Minnesota Twins. On April This Is the Iwenty-seventh Cfl group to enroll In the minimum
very League NASL.) opens its twelfth 6, Cincinnati welcomed Houston to currlculu. which Is required by law. The Training Institute program Is taught In
::- season at Anaheim Stadium. Duringthe kick off the National League action conjunction with Lake City Community College and the graduates earn nine'
-i eighteen-week season twenty- The regular baseball season continues semester.credits for successfully completed the full time, 160 hour course

four NASL teams will see action culminating until October, climaxed by the World The program Includes Instruction In the Criminal Justice System Legal
4t in playoffs and the Soccer Series Aspects of Corrections Operational Procedures Principles of Supervision
Bowl 78 on August 27 at Giants In cooperation with the sponsoring Human Relations and Technical Training Skills which Include Firearms First
I. leagues the Division for the Blind and Aid and Fire Fighting Techniques

Physically Handicapped, an agency
t Marge Pratt to Head of The Library of Congress has

published these new schedules: in \ s cif
w Mental Health Drive braille.
Qualified braille reader may obtain ;
"There is a large metal bell at our free copies of the baseball and '
national office which was cast from I'
soccer schedules through their :
the shackles and handcuffs that once cooperating library. For more \ lc
bound mentally and emotionally disturbed Information about free books and : \

people" said Elizabeth L. magazines on disc, on cassette and In b 4 I,
Metcalf President of the Mental braille for blind and physically handicapped i tv
Health Association In florida. individuals, contact The \
"This bell Is now a symbol for the Florida Regional Library for the ""I 1 1I

Mental Health Association ringingout Blind and Physically Handicapped
hope for the mentally ill and PO. Box 2299, Daytona Beach.
victory over mental illness," she said. Florida 3201; local telephone number

During May, Bellringers will be 252,7616. state.wide WATS number 1-
collecting to help the association 800-342.5627.; or write to Division for N
continue its work. MrSv, Marge the Blind and Physically Handi ,

Pratt is Association Chairperson for capped. The Library of Congress. .
the Bellrlnger campaign in- Starke. Washington D.C, 20542. ,
The association's logo used (in conjunction .
with the "Citizens -
e -a------
.i r Who Do Make A Difference" stressed '
strength through unity while makingfull MEMORY! J e.

LaVon Drlvan talks about her first record released this week a progressive allowance for individual differ In Memory of Charles/ P. Sapp. Sr., 4

country tune called "I'm So Happy I Could Cry." ences. who died April 28. 1977-:
The logo depicts a group
.. standing with hands joined forming Even though its been a year, .. -I 1I
an unbroken circle. In the center lithe .. ,Charles,.we hold you near and dear; '

I II r 1/0VS1/0l.1J HOTLINE i iby [I The Mental changing-Health shades Bell. of people Only Breaks'with our the hearts emptiness beyond of your repair.chair. .>t.'11 I"'

Mary 8. '"t'arla contribute to your vitamin B-t. niacin overlayed on the changing shades of .M

Vour"ounly Extension: and iron needs. the world In which they individuals We catch ourselves at times askingyou
Home Economic Agent! The potato Is a great appetite satls- the power of different ,
wiivrs\uiitroT\T< i LQ.? tier as well. When starch as in united to change conditions. The un- What you think and what to do? I.ilwtey Employees! Complete CTI

The survival power of the potato is potatoes. Is substituted for sugar in broken circle of people suggests The tears will come and always will

something of a legend Although the 'the diet appetite reduced. togetherness and unity or Because our memories you will fill. Lawtey Correctional Institution employee (standing: Julius D. Eunice.
potato has been praised and con And variation in preparation Is endless organization.The James H. Norman and Rudolph V. Smith (scaled) recently participated In the
demned alternately its natural goodness Potatoes may be served often; circle of people with heads The Family of Correctional Training tltule at Raiford.

has made it a proper food for richor they have a t I. to give besides towards the bell suggests the many Charles P. Sapp, Sr. This Is the twenty-seventh CTI group to enroll In the minimum standard

poor, for basic cooking and haute calories. heads concentrating together throughan currlculu which Is required by law. The Training Institute program Is taught In .oj
further Information to find solutions
CUISIne. For concerning organization trying ------- conjunction with Lake City Community College and the graduates earn nine.em..t..r
Potatoes may be the beat friend an your household contact Mrs. Mary S. to problems. .
credits for successfully completed the full time, 160 hour course.
Yearta. Your Extension Home That mental health is a full-time -
appetite ever had. The V.S. USE BRADFORD The Includes Instruction In the Criminal Justice
program Legal
economics P.O. Drawer 1028.Starke. year.round activity is suggested by .
Department of Agriculture Il'SDAIhas Agent. ;
COUNTY:\ TELEGRAPHWANTADS Aspects of Corrections Operational Procedures, Principles of Supervision
computed that every American FL, 32091 or call 964-4280 the fact that there are 12 people .
Human Relations and Technical Training Skills which Include Firearms, First :
will eat about 120 pounds of potatoes .:Extension Starke. ) or call 496-2321 forming the circle.' Aid and Fire Fighting Techniques.
this year.The Lake Butler This service Is free to During !May citizens here can
Folklore generated about the everyone without regard to race "Make a Difference" by contributingto .

potato is full of contradictions, wild color, or national origin the Mental Health..- Association
exaggerations and very often In- Legate ..-------------- -----
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accurate informal ion If you think you '\\f -
know all about the potato, here's a taa
the "Pultein Estate" NOTICE OF ACTIONTO against you for the relief demanded In petition.
chance to test knowledge Just OF THE .
answer true or false to the following EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA The parcels win be sold for cash or : NELDA REE WALKER LAMSON. the complaint or petition. my and the seal of
statements upon the terms of the Order of the Circuit Wife Respondent, P.O. Box 306. WITNESS My hand and the seal of said Court on April 18, 1978
When buying potatoes, it is import FLORIDA. Court dated June 17. 1977, which bin Fitzgerald. Georgia, 31750 (Last known sad Court on Apr 4th 1978. filbert S. Brown As Clerk of said Court
address) Gilberts. Brown,As Clerk of said Court. By: Marian McRae As Deputy Cork
tant to select those that are firm well- PROBATE DIVISION the court file for public inspection
shaped and smooth True They CASE NO. 1.1982IN during the regular business hours in the YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Petition for by Marian McRae, As Deputy perk 4/20..4tchq.. .5/11. ................a t

should also be free of (cuts bruises RE The Estate of AARON HARRIS Office of the Clerk of the Orcuit Court Dissolution and of Marnage has been filed 4/6..4tchg.....427NOTICE...................... IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
blemishes, decay and sunburn (a HOLLEY Deceased.: Probtte Division Bradford County against you you are required to serve BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA JCivil
green discoloration under the skin) Courthouse Starke. Florida The a copy of your written defenses, H any. OF INTENTION TO I Action No. -'
Potatoes are best stored in the refrigerator properties are being sold by the Estate to the Petitioner Petitioner's attorney REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAMEPursuant In re the Marriage of ROBERT O :
False Potatoes should be NOTICE OF PUBUC AUCTION ".is"and there wet be no warranties of Thomas A. Dari... Florida Legal Ser- to Section 86609. Florida WHALEN. husband, and ANN SINGLE-
stored in a dark cool "ell.ventl- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pur. tine. vices. hc., Prison Protect. 2614 S.W. Statutes notice Is hereby given that the TARY WHALEN, wife. r
lated place. suant to court order the following de The terms and conditions of the sale > 34th Street. Gainesville. Florida 32606. undersigned Raiford Tetstona Sr and NOTICE OF ACTION .'
If potatoes are stored at high scribed lands an being a part of the are set forth in the Order of the Circuit 'on or before May 4th, 1978 and file the Raiford Tetstone, Jr. both of 835 S. TO: ROBERT 0. WHALEN :
temperatures. 70 to 80 degrees they Estate of AARON HARRIS HOLLEY, Court dated Jur-{ 7,,1977 referred to original with the Clerk of this Court either Parker Street, Stark. Fla. 32091 doing Residence: Unknown .1
should be used! within a w eek True if Deceased, wit be offered for sale. to the above. a before service on Petitioner'.momey or business under the firm name of "R Er J .
held longer than a week at thosetl'mJM"l'atures highest bidder at 11 a.m. on May 4, WITNESS my hand and seal this 13th Immedietelv thereafter; otherwise a default BUILDERS." Garden Acres No. 2. Rd. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for :''
the ill day of Apnl. A.D. 1978. will be entered against you for the 16 East Starka. Bradford County,
u to sprout 1978.at the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit dissolution of marriage has been filed
and shrivel. If stored at less than 40 Court. Bradford County Court AARON A. GREEN. Administrative relief demanded in the Petition. Florida 32091.i intends to register said fictitious and you are required to serve copy of :

degrees, starch will turn to kugar hose Star.... Florida, to-wrt: C.T.A. DATED 31st day of Mach 1978. name under the provisions of your written defenses if any. to it on 1
The best way to bake a potato is to I. Tax parcel no 26 3. described as: Stephan P. Mickle.. Esquire Attorney for Clerk of the Circuit Court aforesaid statute. petitioner's attorney, whose name and :
wrap it tightly in fOIL False When That portion of the north 600 feet on the' the Estate By, : Marian McRae Raiford Tetstone, Sr. Er Raiford address Is JAMES T. NORTON, P.O. .

wrapped in foil the potato will be east side and north 660 feet on the westside P.O. Bon 289 Gainesville Florida, Deputy Clerk Tetstone Jr., owners. Box 698, Orange Park, Fla 32073 on or
steamed If you wish a crisp skin it Is of the northwest quarter of lhaoutrsvest 32601, 904377.2424 :!/8 4tchg 4/27 Dated this 13th day ofApri, A.0.1978at before May 11. 1978. and Me the original

best to bake w ith no wrapping Skin quarter east of the grade road ".:,.' Starka. Florida. with the clerk! of this court either. before;

should be punctured to avoid explosion being east 1250 feet. 22, t22. >*". .' 4/13 4tpd 5/4 service on petitioner's attorney or ImmediatelV

during baking CERTIFICATE OF SERVICEI 41: ........................... ............................. thereafter; otherwise a Judgment
Loss of nutrients in cooking excluding one lot in the southeast comer will be entered for the relief demanded In
potatoes can be prevented by using presently under contract for deed to T..J.Qnchen the ., IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ,the petition
correct copy of foregoing Notice of JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
plenty of salt. False. Use little H. McCutchan. WITNESS hand
as and
Cynthia my and the seal.. of
Public Auction hat been fumshed the
water as possible when boiling. his wife, which consists of an the to. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. this Court on the 13th day of April A.D .
Bradford County Slarka
Steaming potatoes will help conserve AARON HARRIS HOLLEY lands north Telegraph JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN 1978. .

nutrients too. Leave skin on potatoes of the Cooper Canal. .tees than one-naif Florida forpublication Esquire/.O.: Box and to Ralph Ft. AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION Gilbert S. Brown, As Clerk of the Court
Ftowers. 3668.
cooking, but if potatoes are acre homestead. (Description of homestead CIVIL ACTION Case No, 78-143 ,
Pierce Florida 32460 and to John F.
peek keep peelings as thin as parcel and copy of Contract for ,,> dee No. 78-73 By: eulah M. Moody, A. Deputy Cork
since of the Roscow: In, Esquire PO Drawer C. Betty Jane Reames, wife.'vs. William P. Mchael Woodrow Callan. Plaintiff 4/20
possible many potato's Deed on file hi the Office of the perk of 4tchg 15/11
nutrients are found close to the skin Circuit Court. Bradford County I GameaviNe. Florida by US. mail this 13th Reem e. ,Jr.. husband, i v* .... ....
To protect the whiteness of 0. Al of the AARON HARRIS HOLLEY day of April. 1978.* Oars Rife CaHao. Defendant NOTcEOFNTENTloN
potatoes once peeled soak them in a lands south of the Cooper Canst which Stephen P. Mckle, NOTICE OF SUITNOPROPERTV TO REGISTER
bowl of cold water. False. Of Counsel NOTICE OF SUIT FICTITIOUS NAME
Soaking parcel! shan include an of the rental
them in cold water will result In loss of houses as wall aa the lands south of the 4/13.:...rhgZ7......................... NO PROPERTY Pursuant to Section B6609 Florida
Tof William P. Reames Jr. TO Clara Rife Callan 211 t Jordan Statutes notice Is hereby given that '
nutirents Sprinkle them with a little canal upon which 'house had not been IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE the
lemon Juice.Potatoes placedHI. Whereabouts unknown. Drive, Smithfield, VIrginia 23430. undersigned Harold art Semite B.
EIGHTH YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Thompson, Rt. 3, Box 274.
are fattening and should Tax parcel no. 2SG6.! chafed: aa: AND FOR Starke,
not be eaten by those interested In Lot 8. Block One in Gnhagsn Subs BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED than... Dissolution of Marriage .has been filed Florida.32091. doing business Under the
losing weight. False An average oKieion which is the lot upon which the OVILACTrON action for Dissolution of Marriage has against you and you are required to serve firm name of "T.I.M.I FARMS." Rt. 3.
Y fled and a copy of your written defenses, if any to Box 274. Starke, Bradford County'
potato contains only about !90 calories, store ova located before It burned CASE NO.7887IN been against you you are required -
to serve a of written it, on the plaintiffs attorney, whose Florida 32091, Intends to register said
about the same as an apple or equal IV. Tax parcels no. 3331 and 3331- RE The Marriage of: copy your
size. It's what you add to the potato- 00100. described as: WILLIAM: ROBERT'. LAMSON defenses. If any to It, on the plaintiff's name and address Is Hon. George H. fictitious name under the provisions of

butter. gravy,sour cream that adds The., 1/2 of Lot 4 of Block 17 hi Lt. Husband, Petitioner .' attorney whose narns and address .IsJJ. Pierce, PO. Drawer 1030), Stake aforesaid statute.
the calories. CD.'.StbdIviIlonM'd the West f/2of : Wolbert, Jr.. PO. Box 1086 Florida. 32091, and file the original with Harold and Bernice B. Thompson
Potatoes are of good nutritional Lots 1 and 2. Block 17, excluding the and Starke. Florida 32091 and file the the clerk of the'above styled court on or joint owners. .
value for the number of calories. A north Sfeet and west 1/2 of Lots 1 and 2. original with the clerk of the above styled before May 29 1978. otherwise a judge Dated. true 13th day of Apr).A.0. 1978.
potato will give you one-third the Block 18. U. Er CD.'. Subdivision which' NELDA REE WALKER LAMSON, Wife Court on or before May 4th. 1978, Otherwise neon may be entered against you for the at St...... Florida
Vitamin C you need every day and 'n the property which has been deserted: Petitioner a judgement may be entered relief demanded In the complaint or 4/13 4tpd 54"V

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I I BHS Nine Continue Winning Ways with Best Performance of Year I

,..... ,to ,. .' ',\, ., '! r.1I;c;, 'f ..Jj: BUS*-KASTSIDK4 the tint when Chuck Bridges got a the ball rolled solar the runner scored $10 pace, was 2-for-4 for the game
0 1 .' "1"1."" ; A five hit, five run fourth Inning base hit,stole second, went to third on all the way from first," said Coach Kilby. Norman Cruce and Northrup
-. ,l' "'t urge and the steady pitching of a ground out and scored on a wild Hartley each had a hit
,' Dinky KUby lifted Bradford base pitch. Going into the top of the seventh the
bailers 6-4 over Eastside High BUS took s 2-1 lead in the top of the score was still tied 2.2.
'Q Gainesville on the local diamond taut fourth when Jeffery Norman led with Northrup led off for BUS and drew a DlsnucrcoMING UP
Thursday, April 20. a walk, Marcus Cruce singled, and walk, advanced to second on BUS has been seeded third In the
: Going the distance, Kllby steadiedafter Doug Reddish walked to load the Mundorffs slow ground out to third, district and will play St Augustine In
all four of the Eastside runs bases. Mike Jackson grounded to and scored on Kilby's single, Kilby the District Tournament at I'alatxuHigh
cored In a first Inning uprising on short stop and Norman was forced at stole second: and scored on another next Thursday or Friday. April
four hits one a double, and a walk. the plate for the first out. base. hit by Bill Goodge. 27 or 28.BUS .
The uprlnlng came with two outs. Northrup then came through with a Buchanan singled, went to second has lost twice to St. Augustine
Kilby held Eastslde icorelew after base hit up the middle on which Cruce on a wild pitch, and scored on In regular'season play. In a doubles
that and Reddish scored. Mundorff hit into Coleman's double In the bottom of the header over there BHS was beaten
I BUS took a 5-4 advantage In the a double play to end the Inning. seventh as Clay narrowed the BUS badly In the first game but St.
bottom of the fourth with the five run Clay tied the game 2.2 on an lead to 43. The next two batten Augustine had to go 10 Innings to whip
: rally. Jeffery Norman led with a unearned run In the bottom of the Bridges and Hutchlns: ,popped to shortto the young Tornadoes by two runs In
single and scored when Marcus Cruce fifth. Grubbs was admitted to base on end the game. the 10th inning In the- second ganirf!.
j jI doubled down the left field line poug one error and scored on another, Kevin Tillman went the distance for Last season BHS beat St. Augustine
i I Reddish walked, and both Cruce and scoring all the way from first when his second win, Tillman limited Clay twice In regular season play then lost
Reddish advanced on Mike Jackson's pitcher Kevin Tillman threw past first High to six hits, walked four, and to the Jackets In the district Coacli
sacrifice buntCatcher base on a pickoff attempt. "The wall struck out five. Hartley hopes things will be reversedthis
Keith Northrup followed Is nhoiit n mile back" first 1 has and fjoortae leading the Tornadoes at a year.

with a grounder which the Eastslde -ftIi' o ",' ""...1.Ir.1I!: J..4'II: !"lIt __ ......
shortstop fielded and threw over first -
baseman's head. Cruce and Norman
scored Northrup on took the second.wild throw. and E D c: .

Pat Mundorff singled and

North rup went to third on the hit. --- r ,- ... ,. ?a .... ''G
Northrup scored when Dinky Kilby IlL.." .. .-t j -' .. -
hit of the
v. followed with the fifth _
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inning Mundorff moved to third on .- ..
the Kilby hit and scored when Kenny ".._ 1.AIr..tl 'T f .
td Clark grounded to second.: 99911 "
BUS added an Insurance run in the \) W- "" fIJI -
when Northrup
bottom of the sixth .
tripled and scored on Mundorffs aarera..
sacrifice fly to left
Kilby scattered eight hits, walked ... -..' ... --.. 11
four and struckout four for his second ..-
1 win of the season. t4t4It.e ..... -
Norman was 2-for-2 for BHS with a .. 1F11I. .
090 .
1 r 118 r
double..Mundorff was also 2for2. .. ts +
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BITS-CLAY HIGH3 -. -- -. .
RBI singles by Dinky Kilby and Bill + .r -- r s.n.aa_ 4r
Goodge scored two runs in the top of ". .
the seventh broke a 2-2 deadlock,and I '
edged Bradford High .-3 by the Clay r
High Blue Devils In Green Cove I
Springs last Friday as Kevin Tillman 'A .
:, tosHed a four-hitter.
,BUS was held scoreless in the first '
i Pal Mundorf take a cut. three Innings.Clay High went up 1-0 In .... .'/ )Ii'II ". ,
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I Golfers Improve To 11-8 F- '-. "

1 II" Improving theicseason murk to 11.8 Vulmskl 42. Claire Turner, the fifth Scott Roberts and Richard Gaines ... 4IP'a
t;. Bradford' High golfers shot team player whose score didn't count also each shot 39 and Wade Winkler carded .. ,
totals of 157 twice this past week to carded a 42. Miss Turner was in the a 41 to round out the BHS too four. -:7 +':"r .r--
beat 'lay High by 10 strokes, 157167. designated top five against EasUide -- \ ..
and KuslsUk- High of Gainesville 157- because her score the previous match Claire Turner shot a 43, but her score -. '"
Ui I 174 in two matches on the local Starke 'was better than that of John Valinskl. didn't count. "
Golf and Country Club course John Valinskl shot at one under par Keith Kirker led Clay High with a -
t going into the eighth hole with birdie 39. Stoddard Tuttle were at 42 and
BITS 151 KASTSII1KI7I: : putts on No. 4 and No. 5. Valinskl Worthington at 43. Kenny Clark gets a jump on the pitcher and steals second
Junior John Valm.skl shot the best three putted No. 8 and parred No.9 for ha dr.INTRODUCING.
round of his career, an even pnr-3t an even par-36.6113157CLAY.
against Eastside but his score didn't
count because Valiaski's. previous HIGH 167
score hadn't been good enough for Joey Herrcs carded the first of two
him to be .Ignuted one 'ofthehtophfive 38 scores of the week to lead BHS 157167 -
golfers Had Valinskl's by Clay High. here last Friday
score counted tHIS would have had a "As far as I Know it was the first C
new school record of 150. time we beat Green Cove In many a .j J
The BHS school record 153 set last moon"says Coach Warney' Adklnson. "
.. year in a one /stroke loss to Ocala, The Blue Devils beat BHS one stroke
'WOII-_ ''Ore2ll'I\ :: ; ... } Green. ove.alIer.se. son. -_
In8\c8IT. tht.' F" a score 51
the third time this season the BHS golf After five holes' Herres was four 'q
team has shot.a 157 Richard Games overpay. Then he birdied No. 6 and
t led BuS with a one.over-par 37, Joey No. 9 to cut his score back to two over OFFSET
I llcrres was one stroke back at 38. par 38 It matches Herres' best per. PRINTING
-I\ Scott Roberts had a 40 and Joe formance of the season

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,or.... while David Tnigpen, fcoaie!; .
Madison Slrwt Baptist cunliime' to BniiMtL both 2 for 4. with Gary Hitting for Pine Level were Doug Jack Anderson, Hor4: JtramtoO'Steen MADISON ST.22-P.BAPT.II Blalock Ray Norman and Kenny ..
.hold on la their untMwtnj .-.. trvmn Crabi. I forBroker* Maine, and Richard Milner.. 3 far l.Ilrucc and Lloyd AOen. both 1-4or..j After a scoreless 4 innings. Madison Chitty were all .-,....1. David Bennett .
!this ...* in .''m'. Church Leagues IS-.....Level\\t Jackson Sieve Thomas James Rosier, f 4a-1 and AI Street Baptist Church raited runs In was 2.for-2 with a bonier In the Ith ', 0'imine .
..Itbal. after ,they swampvd New\ (Getting hits for 29 runs. Denton DeVoe and Wayne Blanken- lforS.Leading. UM top of the 9th Inning fcr a 22-11 win ", '.
!River Baptist It1 Tuesday It was the Bronker Baptist look home the victoryby ship. all 2 for 3. with Frank Durranc .. over First Baptist Church
'lint .KM for /New Ither.The defeating, Pine Level 1' hits for 13 and Lyn Browne, 1 for ... hitters for Hop Baptist r" '' '
standings. In the Telegraph" 'last run Tuenday.. April 25. Hitting for were J.G. Broome.3-for-3; Dan Dodd Leading hitters for First Baptist -
....*. April 2U. were in error and we Brooker were J K Molt. S for 5. NEW RIVER 13: -HOPE f S-for-1; Ronnta BUt Harold Bishop, Collecting 27 hits in &5 times.t bat Church were Leslie Boone, 3-for-S;
apdogiu.11! current landing ere Jerome Kelly. Clayton Sellers both 3 With I third Inning rally.New River Ronnie Jones, David C riff Is and Madison Street was led by Gary Paul Carter. 2-for-4; Jay Godwin,,. "..
KtnKiuejr.. Lake 13. Pine Level 1.3.. fur V Terry Crawford and William Baptist Church extended Its record to Richard Hall all Hor-3. and Jessie' GrabJe Wor-4; Lamar Williams. -, :
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IkrreU. "f.. 4. r.WoIrred.1 for 4. 34 Thursday. April 20. by soundly Lee. 1-0r-4'ar the evening "
Madison Mreet. 4-0. Bronkrr. 22. and Jerry Sullivan, and Jimmy Crosby"' .
with an in the field homer in the fifth defeating Hope Baptist ld1 .
llnpv Baptist 03. inning A.B. Adams. 4 for 4. Ronnie s Stuart Duncan and Wayne Teston Jr., all .'01'-1. Raymond Whittle
:Nest- Krhcdulrd games are. Seller for 3,and Joe Robinson forS. DeWitt Grit fl.2.for-4; Criffla with an Hitting for New River were Billy each J-for-s, Tests with a homer lathe Btu byMilnerandMarkSappwereall \ ..'
Thursday April 27. Hope Baptist vs. in the park homer in the fifth inning Williams 4-for-S. Doug Bennett and lib inning. Greg Alvarn was.2- l-for-4 for First Baptist. ',, : .
Kingsley Lake at 7-.10: First Baptist ,
\'S. Pow IA-VO! at B 43. Tuesday. May .

7 2.';)KinKuley II. First Baptist lake n.V*, New Hope!!River BapllKtI at Hope Baptist Gets First Win in Women's Softball .,t,., .

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With mly two hila under their bolls .The DnmifKM remain undefeatedalter day May 2. Domino vs. First Baptist Becky Cooper. 2 for- 3. Christy Out of 34 trips to !the plate*. Hope limos League the Merchants were,: .. ':.i,;'
week. In Women'sopenchurch Blue at 7:30: p m. for the only game Baptist got 1 hit and leading them overpowered by the Domino's 10-7 ,..
far the evening. :New River look their this play Redding, and Casaie Rlddick 1 for 2. .
tint dt-feal of the spawn when 'league Softball,with a 4-0 the evening Nancy Payne and Esther Pierson. 1 were Cheryl I Douglass and Mary Monday April 24.10 drop '
In a makeup game from both 2 for 4. Helen Mersey. 2 Merchants to a 3-t record while the
Madison< SI. taw the victory home 19- record: Hope Baptist celebrated their for 3. Lym Pierce and Martha Mersey
I. m TueMlav. April 2) 'hitter furNew first after they Monday.April 24. the First Baptist Gable I for 4. for 2. Jackie. Hersey. 1 for 3. Jan Dominos held. their 44 standing. .I _
_.,. Edwards Gold met the First Baptist Blue club McRae and Cherrie GRaM both liar Milters for the Dominos were Linda
: River were IJ tariffs' l< ('r edited/ St. 1-9. giving the Hitters for the Gold club .
on Tuesday, April 25, going down to a were Lee,3-far4Joy; Malnes,Paula Heed ;
l II Kctim-tt. and J. hleen. till !going Catholics their third I.for the Candy Co tt'llo. 3 for 3. Cheryl
I run defeat. and Pam Kl h. all 2-for-3. Luana .
I for 211,8mg season. Godwin. 2 for 3, Jean Malls Gwen for SL Edwards Jerri Mundorff. .'or.... while Karen Lunn, ,
for Madison. St.wore Jimmy F. B.Geld I.-P.B..Ia.11 'Musky both I for 3, and Loretta Hitting were
Alvarejr. 3 fir 4. Uavld Thigpen. and Standings for the Women' League First Baptist Blue pitcher CallaKidilick Merchant. I for 4. Lan 3 fort. Maureen Santana 2 for Carnell Williams and Marie Griffis
It..v.m.Jn! both :3 for 3. Norman are St. Edward: 13. Merchants 3-1. pulled the victory out for the 3.and Dawn Schoening. 2 for 2. Diane were all lfor4.Hitting .
with an in the" park homer in the third Hope 1-3. Dominos. 4-0. First Baptist club... Tuesday. April 28. by downingthe m. Edwards*-Mop*T Crew, 1 fort,and Sharon Dewey for for the Merchants were
Inning." avid 'nnrt6 Wane Teuton. Blue 3-1. First' Baptist Gold (M.Next First Baptist Cold club. 11.10 after Winning their first game of the I97S 4. Faye Whitehead Karen Powell .
with It homer in the first inning! and : scheduled games are on.luduy the lime limit one and one-half hours season. Hope Baptist played their Sheila Cox all 2-for-4. Mary Felton ,
Ijinuir U illiamn, all 2 fur 3. V illiamn May 1, Merchants vs. St. expired usual tight defense and closed In on UUMIIlIUIIIs-MERClIANTS' Carol Beam and Telia Mercer were ,
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inning Stuart Duncan and Jury First Baptist Cold at I:45. Tue... club were Tracy Georne. 2 for 4. the 74 victory: on Tuesday April 25. (dace!! .billing In the Women's Open Powell fort at the plate. :


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..' McDonald'* ha* an early lead In Became of the contribution of : '., ',' .
Men' Open Softball MCDONALD'S AMPTON* n"'The newly formed Lake. Butler Powell and Sieve Cox for *Fred :f.
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Hampton toward this seven its runs. of t : :
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."uponsored by the Recreation' League play the former Badcock- inning.Batting McDona ',sewed<< the) Ompia" Howell Merchants,have been managed by Jerry Wheeler 2 for 3; Dale Haas,J for J., .- trips lo bat LWCI hitters: hud 10 hit* ;. ... ,
Department after romping 22: a up introduced Into Lake Butler's
over Water'i pulldnilng the leading hitter were '
club will be known IedbyGarfleldliarrts,3fnr31DarreU: t
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Hampton In Monday night. April 34, a. Hampton during City League play Monday berth In the Men'Open League) Starke Men's Open Softball League to C, Drlggcrs. J. Ennls.and J. Howell. Lrroy !McTray, C. Pate Elml't'l"1\{; !( "
April 24 by defeating Gay \ u
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play. number of all I fur 2. .
but will retain the namo'of Waters Hampton 22-8 In S Innings round teams to ch, Eugene Thomus, all i for 21 :
Both teams were 2-0 going Into the Bulldozing for tournament play. Larry Leo John Wright,each I for :1. "
game.Hampton to second place at The Lake Butler Merchants are
21. LWCI won its first game 11-11 over LWCI II-L. BUTLER MERCHANTS Playing line defensive ball, !hit scheduled to play Monday May I. ',.
the Lake Butler Merchants for a 1.a Leading hitters for the- burgermenwere Merchants hay railed to win one of agaimt Hampton at 7-30: p m. at M..
mark and third place. Winless so far Lawtey Correctional Institute took Danny McKinney, with 1 nomer, three game. plaYed since the 'league \Vwilslclo Park In Starke, then on IIAMPTON3e-LAKEBUTLEItg:
the Merchant trail at 03. Ita first win of the season Monday Randall Thomas,with 2 homers both began on April 17. Wednesday, May :3. against Lawtey Giving up 2 hits Hampton pitcher Y y
Next week's schedule In men's: open night April 34, defeating the Lake 3for-4; Dale 3-for-S; Johnny Correctional Institute. Tom Paladino lost the shot 30.0 over ",
play Monday: May !: Hampton vs Butler Merchants 11-9. Powell, 2-for-3, RicKY Bennett, 2-for- The\ first Ion was to Slarke'i new league entry Lake Buller .... '
LWCI In the first game at 7:30 p.m.! 4; Fred Wheeler Greg Moyer with a McDonald's learn, 3H-3. on April 17, Merchants,at the first shutout of the
McDonald'i: vs, take Butler Collecting 12 hits In :54 trios to the opening night of the !league MCDONALDS 32-LWC11 season Wednesday. April 19. j
Merchants In the second: game at 8-45 Pitchers jC
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pm. Game are played at the avC'rag.'or the game. Leading hitter homer; and Bill Ratllff. all J-for-2. Watson of McDonalds' gave up only 10 Collecting? homers for the-evening. ro' C
Westside Park on Brownlee behind for the game were Darrell Gay, Leroy Donald "J.J." Wheeler was l-for-4 MCDONALDS 3ft-LAKE BUTLER: lulu to the Law lev Correctional: In. Hampton guarded their 3-o standing '
the Vo-Tech School: McRay,and Cecil Evans,each 2-for-4. and Terry Hardee l-for-3 for the Men' Open City League play stitution club: on Wednesday April IK.\! by alMO getting 32 hits for the eienlng. .,drj
Evan hit a fourth inning Inside-the- game. In II trips to the plate. officially began Monday night at 7-30: to grab a 32-7 victory. Leading hitters for Hampton were I at
run Cecil Pate, McDonald's got 21 hits for a batting p.m.. pitting McDonald's against the Turn Paladino for-6 with 4 homers
Thomas and Charley Pate Eugene average of 677. newest team In the league Lake of back to back Steve Cubbedge and
all l-for-2 Butler Merchants: Stroking a total 7 hunters for the John Ramsey for-S 't
1..1he evening.Garfield McDonalds Ramsey with I
Harris 1-for- evening. batted 'round homer, "
3 and Patrick Klllacky, l-for-4 for the twice in the five-Inning Terry Gaines 2-for-5 Donnle e"
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PAm ,McDonald's rapped out 33 hits and Leading hitters for the burgermenwere 3-for-4. Timmy Kiland!: and I
held Hampton to 11 hits Buddy Paterson
scored: 38 runs with fake Butler| landaU 2-far4.Larry!Mercer n
on 26 trips to bat for an average of.423 behind with S hits and 3 Thomas with a perfect lor-2 with I homer, Allen Honor 2- .
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o Lake Butler Merchants got 13: hit In hitters for McDonalds: were Randall with I homer. Hor'2.Mike Glenn
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; DeWayne Hardee, 3-for-3; Doug and DcWavne llardve .
38 trip to the bat for an average of 3 for S with I homer, Tommy Wine 2- t-for-3. Jim .
Brown and Bill Malone. 2-for-3. Lewis 1-for-1.
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Moyer, 1 homer Fred Wheeler 1- .
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Malone hit a homer In the Inning. '
Gerry all 4 for 5. Moyer -
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man can stand the extreme Tomllnson, 2-for-4; John Howell, 1- the second inning, Jim Lewis and Backup hitters were Terry Hardee Bennett 2for-3; J.J. Wheeler 3for3 Luke Butler look 2 hits and failed to .. :.
cold at low at CO degrees fnr-2. Jim Stephenson l-for-3. and Steve Cubbedge, both l-for-2 for the and Danny McKinney each :3 I for 6, with 2 homers Steve Cox Ronnie score despite the hitting efforts of
below zero Fahrenheit. Michael Douglass and Carl Drake, McKinney with an In the park homer; Thomas. Greg Moyer, all l-for-2 Carl Drake und Bill Delaney each 1 I- F
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pore.... N* ........ or pet*. daetrlal. Faat aervlco. 12202 N.. W..... Tampa.. FL Phone. 964-5390. 428 N., .. .. wind ..... sad tie- KEYSTONrTTlEICHTSi eteoe HolghM Nleo ...... onno po..llllllt.. .. _ _ _
810 N. T..pI. P..... 964MM. gaaraalead Pkeoo M4 8121.Traeh 3MI7. Vlea Maeterchargo W....,. II,..< 4/27 down.1..1..... ....1. Phonn47S2SM. I t* 16 aero traete Inneighborhood
4/27 3tpd S/ll tapel 4/27 llchgNURSING" ------ llchg 4/27 t.S aero tracta In White)Oak. ).1 now ...... Matnlflconl Bradford] County country homo-a
Ridge. Roeeeaabty. pr....... This extraordinary home
'" "- -- --- --- -- -- _._ s... loll permit mobile. rare offering. cypress
TWO r--W-lurnlibed- ; ;aad garbage eallacUenb SUPERVISOR |weed|" -- Owner ......... P11... 471. h..., and tome ....rloall a with cedar shake roof and 1 fireplaces encompassas -
trailer Weatmorelend Union Connly, tar ..rI 8 ,. 4 47 loa*. 8IOi 12" beg f 6, a A.K.C: Roglelorod'Uabormaa 11"3. 473-4751. lUhg 4123
Starke Nursing Homo, ...... Priced to aol with appro. I.c,... Just S year old It was
Trailer ..r". P..... 964- Inlaroiatloa call 4982198. p... ebWl. Phone. 9646220.llckg oatel Frigldalre. 120. .PmacberPupplee -427SPINETCONSOLE termi Irani 1200 down la 840per designed and built by Mr. and Mr*. Paul O. Brown
7(61. 4/27 2uhg. 54I 4/27 4lpd 51BDISABLED 427County Auto A/C. 120. P..... 471- 3 black. and .as. I ...,... Commercial:
1505. llpd 4/27 F,2 M. I rod sad tan ._.... : PIANO and I I.princely In Its appointments.Thar are over
-- -- ------ -- Ironlago. .. SR-21 .........1.. ,
65 FOOT'TRAILERs'3 R71 VETERANs CLAY-COUNTY" BOARD-.1 ...r.... .. nremleee., call. FOR SALE. Wealed. Ow..r 471-1175. 1/M dl /... 4.000 sq. ft. of lIving spec. plus 2 ear garage.

ft bathe. ..r..... ...... WBI ..... oat your garage .g Commlnlonere bee G R.4"GE"8 SALE a"'V8 301 ..1HI..74..11 4tpd 5/4 .......1... party to takeover porch and patio.

yard. Fk.. 964-6393. llpd ...... ,. keep the. ..- the following CETA ,..111.. South 41 k ...... North olArckor -- ------- ealaot ..I... E.., PERCENT OFF SALEirelrlgerater Elsewhere on tb. fenced ground are a barn,
4/27 wanted Junk.11 Tanner Funeral ..r... Can bo .... ......,. ....... lane and
4712408.tlcb ...1...... for Interview, TkleVI. KENMORE *. office shop lovor 1080 Iq. ft.) two horse.

-----.---- .--- .. ){_ _______ ....., .q.I,..., ..p.r'ator. H.... Saturday April 29, 8 WASHf.R/ORYERt' : Matching Write In Credit Maanger heeteri, ....., ........ stables..
to 2 .. Itpof 4am. /17 p.o. I.. 207. Cnrlym HI.
Ta for Ihlapoikloo p. 1....,...,...Now and neodmattreii
quality .., homo I Is available for
TRAILER S BB. .. Grilli.L. CARPET: INSTALLA. erlg. 600. now '''00. 62231. 4/13 Itcbg 4/27 This distinctly ) viewing by
... and boa
.....Phone 9848816. llchg lION E.p..I...... I. all yen meet a TREE- V'i: iS.U-" Only 5 .... old. Phone 904- aprmga. qualified buyers exclusively by appointment.
rI.I..., .. Clay' County ... you ---- ---- BARGAIN CENTER: Ml
4/27 ,-. 'h..... ...1.. local eight meet the empktymeel. quellllcetloae ...ldllk. to dig. ap a ,,.. toplant 8439. llchg 127KELINATOR FOR SALE By ewnor, I Sooth la 8Uxko t84-867t.

MOBILE HOME FOR ... ........ work tallRailerd .. the CETA la your yard, .... eee ;"'7':'"h.'ro" ..,.. Soil together. .r 4/11 lte"20" SELECTED PROPERTIES
431.1522 alter 5 ... 10 ..... ...10. Dor.bSweabarn.4 .
.rot.l In K.
RENT I BR. I bath 12.60.perch ,...r... II you feel par may '-'." refrigerator, ... city ------------
.ci.. ... ..r..h.. .. C/A. ... qualify apply at the Clay 1/2 mllee North .011... ceadltlon.. 1200. U./&.. Telephone. 473-2463. BAH% HAY. Ar...'.... 20..artl'ul.cr.. with 3 SRI B. CH&A
.. S. ,...
C/H. .......,.. beautifully, - --- County Community. $.... ... Joel b.yo.dThoel' Phone. 944-7684 day, .. 473- 2tpd 4/2O ...117A highly .on...... phono M4-
... .
S..t. It 4/27
quiet .. I..... 5 ..U.. t. KIDS WON'T PRACTICE? effice.915 ".Iou' Nl.. Greea 2071 ....., llpd S07h/2ili.bg. Precious home on large lot Palm St.

Kereteee aid Mel,.... 4731244 : "..h.,. your ,.... ....d.Iuaing. C.,. 12041. Itchg. 4/27 iioN"Sd.. UTILITY BUILDINC8.- Apartment House S14 S. Epperson
I$ It. Allaluminum
7 behind. Poet ,
.. tI... 4/27 P1... Tuning. and mm
llchg celt .....I..eI. ./.. owning.Phoa. FACTORY REBUILT 2engine prewired
Repalre. Phone Vi III.. MF.DICAL SKILLS with. ..Uh..... fly.wheel. Office In Melroeo. Bill Perry Distinct! redwood CB contemporary'Secluded '-'
----- --- 782-3048. 4/27 2tpd A.< .....Furoltiiri, teole ..1.., light ...te...... Hghto
FOR RENT Office Hpecei ..r... 964 52(17. tl/chg NEEDF.Dt Reeerve uelli. 51. ,n..ur. plate. morchendlee at 10.... sad groove ....,. water .
mostly now lot Lake Santa F. 75'
L..r.... BI..... K..t... ---------- .' -- W. will help you train. for clutch 3 epeed ir.... nod ...1.. ..".//.1. delivered. and eat up.Fmencfag on
Helghte. Apply Print' Shopr APPALOOSA HORSE! : FOR ... of tlo.... ,.. LIr..... DOC" LOVERS,- ;&your" ebUter.. 8250. Phone ...... floater* and public ..prkea.... available. np U 48 financed.

Ph... ..13.3..... or 4734711. HTUDi Ph... 4982126 or practical auras medical.. lab dog from ... 820 ..". .W......., 7823265. llpd NOTEi Wo run elmeit like n ...th. to pay) 80 ...... Kingsley Lake Calm, undisturbed, serene
: llchgKITCHENETTES. ..... t-rey. lac........... 8... .. 4 4/27 Suaukl. .Starka,M4-8020
496 2903. ''/ ''. Dorothy 1/2 wbaleialor dealer .. dental hygieulete. Pboee GV mice nortk ol S,...... ..------ Truckloede ol merchandleo. I.-I .tI!! __ -
--- ---- apt. over water.
I BR YARD WORK Get the'beet 372 2576. 4/6 4uaaT" ./Z7 Iwyoad Tbaal S..,.... Itpd RUMMAGE SALE ....1.. Dpi ../It) 4/27 CHAIN LINK FENCE "

apt. TV. AC. ulllUloe .In. for tbe I...,. Free eetlnatee. 4/27 mobile. .._. 1231 Bailer _... ....'11.. ... ........,.... -7000 sq. ft. CB bldg. Brownie St., .lease,

.Iud.. .. Totally turolohod.weekly ('.9 u. ..... Ph... 964.7699. '..MOTORCYCLES8UZUKIOF' : (, I ___---. __.k__ Rd.Fellow algae. at career .. TITAN--MOTOR- : -HOMES--, ... the H.M.., 1-18.. option.
monthly .... .
r. TANDEM TRAILER SR 100W All. Rd.Thur. Mil MemvBle. 4/8 tl/chg.
4/13 4tchg 5/4 .../.....! alferdablo ,
Temple Maul. MO N. .. Nowly built heavy. duty tit .. Fri. Sat 9 .... 1171.Pb. Wo ...at. a'e rent Hampton Lake Lovely Brick extra lot.
Temple. Stark. 904-7357. -- --- with. II........, will .handle.. ... 964-8375. Itchg.. 4/. prlcee. tn See .r call nrealeomaa PATIO COVERS: i .0dO. -''Tuck' Drive 'In" 301. Ideal "FamausAmos."

4/8 4lpd 4/27 hEWING MACHINES STARKEi yeurauthorised moot say typo machine or, -- --....--- Harry Hatcher pay.V.P.. motor. n 59. Limited. ..".,.

F RRtNT7 MokOa; REPAIRED Factory Suzuki dtaler.Phono tractar. Moat aoo to .p,... FOR SALE f Feeder PI... h_.. sake sad ..nl..., GATOR ALUMINUM. 4620 -Apt. House I modern units, good return.
horn. trained. apeclaUete will eer- 964-8020. 1640 Keuth clot P.... 475-2448 .
aarlyaj 830 ...h. Cow: end Heifer. N.W. Jib St.. Gemoevllo,
lar rant la Country] 2 or 3 vice, all. ...... ... modclo I. Walnut 1301 South I. or altar 6 .... lukc 1/4 Baldwin Chevy Olde.US 101 1724787. tl/cbg' Hampton Lake .. Unpretentious, elegant home.
BR. Fur........ two po."* S. Bredleyi I North. S....... Pheao 984-
ar en- nil work Sterke-l .
home gaaranteed tlckgINSURANCE 4/27
......h... Phoa. 964-6114. your, for .ppol......' ... .. mOo .... Gedera Cemetery 7500, altar 6 p.m. or Sunday LAZENBV' POOLS'" 8.1.'. -:1.2 A,3 BR C home.hug. C B garage.
R.... Keyetene. Itpd 4/27 1HI".7.'.. 4/11 4tebc 5/4
ilchgFtRNISHKD R.b..cca Reed. at R.b.cca'sFabrIc' FOR SALE W..... sad Service. Any .1.. pe.
------ ---- --- .. 3KO W. MaJa, Lake. .cr...., 35 ....r.., goodprtcaa. Buy Iram .1.e.I..r_ w ooan Brick home on Madison 4 BR 2 B, CH&A.lOfonced .
Butler. 4/6 U./.... ZIPPER CREAM PEA ieodt TRI EST earvlco, I... P..... 984471. .'
APT nlc privater.ad
; : : Har....'.' I. 1977 nod kept acres with delightfully level pasture
.1.... 3 large room. aadbalk. ---------- -- 5 ntloi ,. K.,.,... 4/11 4tpd 54r
.. .m cold .t...... Phone 9646227. MINISTORAGESpace 70 pecan trees cypress home, garage barn.
N. children or pen.Phoao SAW SHARPENING sad Molroaa.. B..' bay I.in. I.
961.$071. Itpd 4/20 tory ........ Pkono 475- ... By ....r. Call ..,. 4/13 4tchg 5/4 -40 Acre, 3 BR home, traitor fSS.OOO.<
1322. 4/6 ,,/.... E..r,... la Inaurablel &I..., 4733244.. Itcfcf 427rallraad ---- Available 40 ACRES LswtayLAKELOTI0.500.

KEYSTONEs: : 3 BIt. T Bath ---------- -- Immediate coverage by GOOD MARE Gentle, ..11. 10x12 a 10x24 -- -Kino all" Picturesque spring feeslde 3 BR
clo. ,. .... and I...... Cl'STOM MADEDRAPERIES pheae. JOE USHER FOR SALE;-Ue.d built, .1... a ..1.1... Phone home large dock for entertaining 70 x 200'

j ('.....1 H/A. tZOO/noatk. Wo. AGENCY: 496-2126 or 498- croee tI... Bsrg.in. .2371.Itchf 9844630, after 5 pm .llpd OPENING MIDDLEOF

Height No !l.a.. required.R..I' 1'4712614..,..... lola .. ..b.I... Fr.. 2903.. :....._- .' ________ 4/27 4/27___. n ___ ______ MAYFor AND ,AIR. 1 ACRE LOT
........... Lama Stephen, additional -- -
,,/.h. phone. 4..II.2ZI!! !...a/24-tt. chgBILL'S INSURANCE Rlherd I. YARD (i'"F.-TiSd.; MOCNTAINSt NORTHCAROLINA 2.4 BETWEEN STARKE Floriland Realty
eitreace Farmere Information Contact
Agency, SR 16, 2 1/2 mOa to HaodyWay.
AND V8TONEi: 2 IBath
KEYSTONE: lak.. Cotlogoo, SAW SHOP Complete ... Dealere Beak. Building.Ph. taro .kit past tknrek overlooking mountalna BR. 193 Temple A....
yeerly, monthly, or .....1'. ekarpeailiig. ..nl... ... 496-2101. Lake. Butler 2.. dirt r.ad. trallar .. kit ".1",., I.,.. .. --1 Thomas Realty Carefo.COMMERCIAL. 1 Lillian Pearson' SUrke.rie.M7700. I

I BR ."1..1.. ....I.h... circular, haad carbide. l1F1I!...! !',. I .... 1. 4 Itpd 4/27 neerby, alee treee, LOT.
Including utllitloa. alao 2 and chain. mower ...... bellow building ellee. good 964.6162 1 REALTOR :
3 BR. available.. A. I.. ...1..13.000. 8600 '6,00. Open on
a (round ... ...1...... Leave CACTI LOVERS 15 BRANCH OFFICE /
$17JOO par month. ., Jackeon. Building Supply, MAINES INSURANCE Big end ..... loan. -- US 301 NORTH Saturday A.M.. [:
Per. .
.1. .
K.,,,,... llelghlo Raalty. Hterke K..t... llelghte. AGENCY 100 S. L. A. LAWTEY,FLORIDA7S2WOO
471-2614. tlchgFOK U.h.MOBILE. I..... Butler .96.31178. ".rlo&". cactI. .uMul..,. acre, .this cable I. phieh.. FAULKNER K.''''..., ...II,5CJO. I,
Cemplete I.......... Service. AprtllMsy ft. 10 a.a> to .-..'..... all tbe way 2 BR. : Hard.. Flad I'acre m ctty .1
"RENT -,' More HOME REPAIRS 10 ...>. OLD OAK ..' reck. fireplace, .all..- I LOTS TO 'CHOSE I BR, 1 'in bath frame with Spaalih. home, unJquo "

Building. Eaeelleat for .interior ... ....rl.r. Mobile' NURSERY. Rout 1$. W... well carpet. ready .. ..".' REALTY D3 FROM GENEVA LAKE older homo I. Starka. ...,....
all SR.100. Hlarko. luraieked. V ...... I
Juet Froa ,
Retail er Office Hp.... home weihlog. ...b. and Into. Nestled in lovely ESTATES AREA ---
Higheel local traffic count In ....... E..ri...... Ph... imiici: Leaf ol Life Iron Hawaii. to wooded ."',..... large dick. Temple S10400.LARGEr7"BR.. Nice. loMed, 2 BR, 1 1/2 '

Melreee *.. K.,..... Sr... 9647409 eller 5 p... 4/6 all .'.., 5:30: p.m. Itchf 4/27 overlooking. mountains. very 2305 N. FAST FOOD BUSINESS bulb' mobile. homo, 'I

Still rowing. Call .U.19U 4lpd 427SEWING 1976 HONDA CVCt; 5 prlvatot U .OOO. 1750 downand Star ke.FloridaPaalH.Foalkaer OWNER FINANCED I batholder walking.. btauce to ..... :.
CAFPORTSALEiTworaoiUlaai : ; .
....... I.... CABIN homo In Lowtoy. 3 ---
after 7pm. / ------- epeed, HE. 28.000 mOee, \
.... til. fireplace .. 10 acre. .
MACHINES 12700. s.. ..ro.. Iroca Key Satarday located on 2.4 scone, good RealtorWe POULTRY FARM. Lett country, email
EFFICIENCYAPARTMENT- REPAIRED AU ........ "'... Poet 011I... 471-49H9. 212 Redgrave. Straat, ....... land I. all wooded.Bice OWNER FINANCED. 50000._ down payment alee. area.Bnamee ,

FOR ...1... cleaned oiled. .... adjusted. or 473-4444. alter 6 ,... Stark. Itekf ..117B area, the cabin. .la not h.". ..".r" 1/2 aero ;FOR"RENTi: ; S BR bungalow, lireproofelding

No pe... Newly '.....te'. 17. Work ......1.... .....* tl/cbg BYr; completely Hatched. but II Incompletely and 1 'AC.. beaatUulbuilding APT. furalibed U .. 301 for ....
Security ....r... Contact To- Stricklaad,.earner' M..... dried I. end .. .k... KEYSTONE ......... 813,000 or .".r. And Vacant Lot.
---- -- -- -- MATTRESS 20.
R... Motel. Starke, Ph... R l..I.U/.hL 1969 FALCON 6 UvoobM while yon flnfih It "
Uj.i ,
: cylinder I
M4-8784. 4/20 3ickc. 5/4 .! "..'.r' ,ro.... radio. M4-4082. ltch. 4/27 up. 2 BR I.... deck overlooking Service S&o,". lor Sale OFFICE SPACE FOR 3B8fr..o.all/2.cr.o. Pb..o 964.7709
SEPTIC TANK GREASE .heater. 195. Ph... 782- -- .....t...... owr -- RENT KEYSTONE. 816,700 5 ...,... S22,200. VernleP.OdemReg. .
MAKE "SHERVATioNSnew : II... MOBILE HOME! 1m, ... ---- Reel Eetate
TRAP. cloenouH. new 3142. 4/27 ..... .. ..II 117.500. 84.500, Old pet .p building .
for ....r vacation reaeeaable.. Joe. Foreyth Itpd ....60. unlurnlahad.. 1976 down and aaeum. .loan.Tbeeo offered lor .... .r r..'. 6 1111. 3 BATH LODGE I, 2 BR block. .1... 111,000 Broker.

an Kmgiley L..... Pb... 411-1022. All 11..1..." 4-DOOR 'STATION' TOYOTA Pick-up track. with are a .....over 2WOUotinge. -- FOR RENTi, LILLY. ......- M4-5478
5334M4. 3/30 tl/chg top. P..... V64-6703. 4/27 3 BR. S ba7h"briek, CH/A
appreciated.L3/SItl/chg.! WAGON A/C. radio, WE .have oil. '''.. 21/2 aero wooded, .lcbvildleg LAKE Poarl Androwa
food 2tpd 5/4 ol property lleted from 1500' alto. .r mobile S fireplace*, bam 7 neroa.S61 Aeeortate .....773.
II. 403
Building. r..I1. ..cT TELEVISION REPAIR AT Apply at N. NEW LOCATION AOO .10 aero. 670,000.
AT Church St., Starke.. tlchg'HOMESFORSUE. ---- per aero and ap. Wo haveemail born. Janet S..r...
N.. ..k......, DISCOUNT PRICES H'GHWAZI.N.rlll ----
ropalra. Ir.cl.wo .... have - Aeeocieto.
110...., family ...... Brick. JIM'S FURNITURE 455 -- -.---, .ev era] cab.la i. .0..... aId 3 BR. nice. ...... b KEYSTONE HEIGHTS S acre .....11..,....., city 782-3898
block, ceacrete. Fireplaceipeelatletl. Mela Stn Lake. Bull... 496- farme, .,.. Write or cal lor ....0..' ar.a.with double --- water, SljBOO eI....
,. Cell .73.1108 29H5. 3/2 ,".h. free, Voting ..r..r.. Von garage, ..ro.... porch, OTHER LOTS AND -- --

altar 8 p.m. ../. tfchgUNFURNISHED THE N.SIGN. at PAINTER Waldo. can call. free of charge. .by .".1, UadMaped HOMES AVAILABLE. 5 4/10 ..,.. on US 301.Lawtey. .

I 1-800-418-7421. Write --.. 813.000.
-- Flea MarketSp.clslIzl.g" dieting
: APTDowatown WANTEDSLAKING ; .r call Iod.,. CHEROKEE 0... Saturday 10.... SAeoeclatee CALL TOO A VI Ae"roo ii4-
.. :} '. ... 36.35 .r .. US
Central H. end A. For '. i Very nice, .largo, ....r.'. lettering 28906 4/27 7tchg 6/8 -ti4-ie REALTOR 301. Term. 158,500. GEORGE ROBERTS,JR.Reg. .

"Information, call 964-7271 or :' EMPLOYMENT block. ... bath I...... city sad ..>B ...... --a-I :: 4 BR 2 i bath"brkb", CH/A. Real Eitato BrokerPhono
come by Bulllagten'o Gift limlti alee ....bbor..... m KEYSTONEHEIGHTS 96478Z6IMN.rtbt..pl. > .
9 ,r.. ......... In pereeanel I bullt-m. r....- oven,
Shop, 104 W. Call St. tIehgL1u11JJflr1j ..,.........., ..- ...,.., mage, ..dlebweiber. W HI LE'Vrw A IT Irene. ) L. Foalkaer 4-el42 ......(.... 5 a...... 141,100. iJtarke .
... .... Evealnce .. .. .
carpet A/C, ,Florldi
I mlnletretloa.. Aveleblo.sad'.r aocurltywork. work 27500. Phone. 9644791 0,.. Frl8at8aaMeaWe .WUDriIIin9!!! 8._ ........... Of Bee (190414714700Evenhiga DAY,EVE'WE KENDIIPh.

November. 1. 1978. For alter 5 ..... Itehg. 4/27 -ww E..ealooj. 9844171VneteSottlo ... 782-4H06'

( ..... write R.D. Cr_" 2" thru 6" |904|471-44137 i
: r. MOBILE i HOME; :ih a.;. .., Evening. 84-et44
HQ USAG VHFS. Boa 2544.W.rrentee. Equity and p.,....... Ph... I Now Have Fast Rotary
Ve. 111M. 4114tpd
782-3752. 4/27
Itpd Flourscent Lights I

IRON. PROBLEMS clothe? Ruitetemmg and -5/4- ------- HOUSE---FOR-SALE-2--BR- I For The Home 4 Office I Drilling Equipment He's Still Waiting ......... Very nice brick. homo. hi
year -
bathroom" 'Ia'.... 10...... ,,'-ANTEMobU.; .hom"eaalee completely remodeled. I. At The STATE LICENSED [BTHOMA1"tALIU.1I town lailde utility room. 3

.. area .In ,... water? Call sad 16... WIO pick .,. ,.... Ph... 0644020. lii chg. 4 I .. .. .. .. .. .5, For Real Estate Prices BR, I h.th- __

----- -- acre
OF BRAD SALES. 964 5606. 0,.. 7 964-5764 F/. ... ....
To Come Down! very .1..
HOUSETRAILER 10.48 2 47.
FORD COUNTY '.r I... ..,. week. '".... 621 North Walnut St.Starke. ---

water ....,.... N. ..hIlg.II. .- BR_Phenet.._ 431-1022. tl/chg. I 110 W. Call St.. I New & UsedSalesPortsService .Florida 32091 S A..., North .. Sterke,
CASH FOR GOLD Stirling. --- Starke
... Better etBJ coma to eeoua .. 9640162Formerly ,Joel alt US 301.
.In our ettice at 205 N. jewelry, .1........ ..1... FOR SALE 2 BR FRAME Call for 'Immediate a T..r.... .. 7, 10 Acrei. J.Thoma

Temple. Starko.. Pkono 9446572. dental gold. Wil vlelt veuenywhere. HOUSE... wall ,. wall ..... s.rvlc.1 Ins.E..... I BR, I "wthT LR, DII.
W. ale. Service all P"... Mr. carpet, paneled 1/2 acn E-Z Terms RoI.... 20 Aero. family .....
...... ol water .......... Rln.... 47S-IOR9. 3/9 career lot ..ra....... .r an. Good Income preportyi L....,. carport
.".h. lurej.h.d,905 9.E. Stb A...., REGISTERLP ... .. .. .... .... a Market Rd. 2 A. A I BR frame 1300 Sq. Ft t Star* frame .
L.... Butler tla/chg ..p.... corner olWaahmgtan 4ovral'a7aTerclaTot. ; | ..
GOT A TASTE FOR ADVENTURE -- 1. .9.. C 8R 100 Wait I Aero.. .. and Grant St.Moat 301. "
? Yon will find. It ....
..U. owner financing.12x6 ----
In the N... Travel .. .... mobile. ...... II mart .
to LONGCUAMPHome S. St. US 101 N. la city 400 It. prime ----- Two 10....* traete
le 3/4 paid .r mare. 308 Thompson New Installation very
Work. .. gage
cIting placet. epson $ 3 BR Mobl Homo roaeeeublo. ,
jut oil 6R-18
commercial .
frontage. wll ..11.. -
.. .. ...., and 864-5888
It ego Get top Building ready. t. move bito.Located peved road.
.' .....n'.. career training. :. SALES. 964-9606. Open 7 Materials Remodeling Weatmorebnd

and greet 1.1.... F.r mere dayaweeklv. tlckgOPPORTUNITIES Cash & Carry 5 .. city 45 A., great development. .. ....... Trailer Park. hER I 'bachrvla' r....

t .mformotma. ....... Chief .. -WE BUILD- RepairsDir'rancF ---- _port.CB, In ,.... Very
Kelly.372-6289.. eoo .. ., Your Plans Or Otirt Dock N..'L....., S Ai.np S tract*. Kt .....*. 0. Acre Homo alt*., reaeeaikle...

Bradford Square M....' 10 : Your Lot Or Ours 10 A..... lidO MB, EZ terme." mobile. homo androeldentlel.
.... ... ..... Home GEORGE
tn Z ) n. 1 Delivery Of 8B-100 South. ROBERTS,JR.

.... t* 9 .... 1/13 I7tehg' ESTIMATESUag .. ... ... ..... !.. .. .. .Oil Morgan Rd. 40 A..farmland" ,dirt cheap! Owner financing.P 1 ....R..!. Estate Broker
: 4/28 SIM 1480 weekly. .uI.... Repairs Phono 964-7828
Cylinder & PUMPS & SUPPLY .
.01.... program, iron C .Delano Thome I OPEN SatornayM..
Additions Smoker 28 beautiful A.. .. paved read with ,lovely
.... .. .
.1. Juu E.II.r..R' 6, .... Real Eltat
) JOST: "'Q1Q.U"D.' : B. 165. L.... City, FL Homes Bought I Bulk QasClassified COMPANY brink. .-.. BrokerOftic .

320 5. ../13 lie S !djjJTradtxlACREAGE 869 N. T.mpl. Avo.ro'k. Off CrUOn Loop,10 At....._.I A..and Hah peed.SR ."9848162Evoelage p..------

I LOST DOG Smell ehert- THE AMERICAN DREAM FOR I : -I irisResults $ .. Flo. C 16 w.24 A*.,t bldge.,10001 on .......... I I, SfAREtt: Poreet height. ,

haired brow. red black. dog. Own year .... ..aI...*. SALE 513-2210 beautiful heavily. I
I E....' for .ar. sad tall Opea within 3 week. Own DrII' 964-7061 a Off 301 N. 20 A.. t BR 2........... paean treee. I I wooded lot. high. and dry

...... like $ .".'or. dobor- year own tally clocked. ) J... ASSOCIATES pavod etreete, build.
I I A. well .. Io. I year I
or ladle. .....10. ." 9M6853Higlaway301 Steve S.._ ...
man '.......r. A.....* to 0' own ...,... yon may
t. nemo Hembro.. Asp Informa E..r,...... ..r......... 'Y..r South I III 1115 E..:9645881HareUEpa Vko ooe .. -.. Cn for
sj..on114311549.ltcbg427FOUND coot 117900. Phone Mr. .s..... L...., only. Sub camp .. ..... Goad laeome.great I I detail*. I
W...... Cal Celoct 904-764- StarkaMOBIL I Waists MOBILE HOME .
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7612. Itpd 4127.WORLDWIDE BfJUIDZlNI E..9644610BRASINCTON t I STARKEi I "beautifulacre I
) Dog with black and H0MK PARK 'OO Sr-IS Eoat.DW.kU BR 2 ..... with 1 BR homo sadoldbaue.avil.biof.rbsra.
tan marklnga. about 6 ....... WORMFARMSs t, I
f,' ..y. sal 498-2940. llpd Grower. _...... SERVICE POLES *Bulldozer Inelde City Llmila 'OftMergaaiRd..40 A..good fh.d;........ ..*....
,;. j. Wo'. .. berveetmgand. pay' Large or Smal( Walk to S..lIu'oJ Si nan One A. sad S keuaee.BaUdlag t I. aa.7ii;'.. .... I II

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BR 10)) and Beeeent Id -
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CAR RENTALS Neodwboelo 200 AMIBATS > *PondsWILBUR All clt* riM $qkctn Of UudI 811,700.
v: Fir.Ponce Protection.City Wo have othorelRALPH -
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Holiday Named to SFCC ,Bd. NY

Theresa Holiday a guidance Denmark Furniture in Starke.
/ e..q counselor at Bradford High. School,
i r f : ; has.been nominated by Gov. Rcubln Two other member of the SFCC
Ankew to replace a long-time member board are also from Starke Mr.
Y S.O Denmark on the Santa Fe Hazel Hardy lea recent appointee and
Community College Board of Guy Andrews, also a member of the
: Trustee. original SFCC board.
v U Gov. Askew' nomination' Is The 8-member SFCC board Is i.WULLM:2
rI approved by the Florida Senate, Mrs composed of five member from
Holiday will assume a seat on the 8- Alachua County and three from
I I, c. member board in June. Bradford.

I f Denmark wn" named to the original Mrs. Holiday, has taught in Bradford
SFCC board of trustees when the schools since 1965 first In the
Junior college was organized In 1965. business education department of the
June ho will complete his fourth vo-teehschool, then at the high school.
t : : 4 consecutive term. She has been a guidance counselor for
seven years at the l high schooj. She I Is
"I just decided It was time to step the wife of George Holiday a .4 ,
aside and give someone a chance on carpentry instructor at the vo-tech [

o y ; the.-n board said Denmark, owner of center and local building contractor Theresa Holiday ,



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21 BikeA Than Riders Complete 20 Mile TripA

portion of the Cystic Fibrosis Blke-A-Thon rider get set Youngest rider to pedal the entire 20 mile was second
to begin the 20 mile trip last Saturday. Twenty-one rider grader Dennis Glover son of Roy P. Glover of Klngsley
from age 7 to SI participated and pedaled the entire Lake. Dennis and his older brother pedal around Camp ,,
dl.tance.lncludlnl coordinator Starke Police Chief Jimmy Standing all the time their father lay, and the youngster 9.95 ? ,
.Bowen. made the trip In fine shape. RbQ I 1185ISWINGLINE fi
Three youth made the route In one hour and 10 minute "Oldster" Bill George also made the trip with ease.
while the ret of the group pedaled at a more leisurely pace George bicycle around town all the time, and was In better 1747 I
.all completing the trip In just over three hour. shape for the ZO-mlle hike than most mUdleager. After the STAPLER p
Joint co-ordinitor Mr*. Maurice William laid all ride, George retted about five ralnule, then started the 2H I I dot Open channel loading Rod ffallll IIIIr; ,
riders have not collected from their iponaor and a total mile trip home. appoarg tlaplot18V. to.
amount collected I* not available. Mr. William thanked Police Chief Jimmy Bowen also cycled the entire 20 .' long Holds / t:1 2.24
Catorland CD Club and Tommy Lewis for their effort 1 a lull Itnp
along mite. "it about killed me for the first four mile, then It got '
1 ol li I h HtO 249
with Mr Harold l and tiapias
Joyce Rlherdmayor Epp and Pep' better. Chief Bowen reported. lAdiuata
Coca-Cola Bottling companies for contributing drink I lorI STACKABLES BY ELDON
permanent For"Ming,softmg.routing and gnn4t.ilotQantxation '
|or temporary ClMn cantefnpomry ilnmun, I
I J ilapling Opons lor h'lIh.mpaclltyene' torvsiul,chip' ."" .SK.peelmo t I
I lacking BLUE BEIGE, 12', 'Wia r vD! .,' 'M,
600 Acres to be Reclassified I BLACK,BROWN GREEN or GRAY, BEIGE.BLACK Of SMOKE j

ai/a latter'iraya lor data procaasing, ami'"I..'t t:'
forma up to 14"'8' M 12 i riMlh I.
Open Rural on Brownlee Road BEIGE.BLACK or 8MOKL rt? i
1.79 DZ GSCozRbO 4.52ntO! r re

REO.300 1.17
'The Bradford County Zoning Board Starke for use as a retail store Hampton, Lawtey. and Brooker. PAPER MATE ASSOCIATEDWRITE .
operation. Public Input Is invited at this time.
: will initiate the reclassification of I
Permission to advertise In his Gaines
approximately 600 acres on the was monthly report
Brownlee Road from RIA granted to Robert T. Elliot for changein reported issuing 55 building permitsIn PEN r' COMMERCIAL ,
(residential)'to OR (open rural) at the zoning from R1C (residential) to April with a total value of $766,460. Wrnn more PENCILS 1.13REO / % A 1it t 1t 1-
4 request of property owners in the open rural. The land Is'located one- Construction for the month included Ivan omits- High quality u';,..'. i: .
.. 'area. half mile northeast of Starke on the 13 mobile homes, $97,800; 18 single Non wliliabla Smooth 128 4 I I
The action was taken Tuesday night north side of Laura Church Road. family dwellings, $453, 440; and 21 Barrelahowe_ writing laad, 810SCOTCHBRAND ,
upon petitions of M.L. Lawson Guy H. Zoning director L.M. Gaines additions 58120. A new addition to Ink FINE color POINT paciallybonded MAGICTRANSPARENT .
Dyal; David E. Lawson, and Starke announced that public hearings will the Pine Level Baptist Church, valuedat in BLUE,REOor uaermbre.Red TAPE t :" ,
Cattle Co. H.A. Bishop. Jr. and be held at 7 p.m,on May 1 and May IS $ was included in the total. BLACK ferrule SOFT, -1110,,'
associate), the area includes all of on the land use map element of the Fees collected during the month MEDIUM MEDIUM to'wtd M 129CP long on 1"corn. RED, \.. .
Section 20 and about half of Section 19. comprehensive plans of Bradford totalled 2124. and 152 building POINT BLUE,RED in SOFT MEDIUM TRUE Reacts Almost Invisible cracking on Can moat ba wrlllan surfaces on, 18.85 ,., '1 1;
i M.L Lawson said the fact that the County and three municipalities,. Inspections were made. BLACK MEDIUM SETH THOMAS
' area had been zdned RIA several"fc"lyWHi a I. I? GREEN HARD Y .M.e12OC ,1'aa..C.aShEG,166 MAUAGEM3
: l 'BgA't.WWf: \ W ihol' attention 1, "3' On DER 1 1; I ,!teed HARD, degia M W**-wNNaIIOr',9'oon1 Mda i J59Jowe.:s.NREG> Hfa,191 91q ELECTRIC CLOCK'
I recently when a permit for a mobile May Hearing Permit t wtd.eeasa'"a.,"e.ar REG.374 Seep lo read numerals If
I home in the area was denied. Since Sweep eeeorftf hand
the property had been used largely for Laroe tt'dial,

farming operations for many years. To Allow Pollution of New River
: Lawson asked that it be changed backto - ,: f
Its original, classification.
:,'., "Since": fcch-'a1 large""tract1 :ivltlt-' : ;A'pubtila'meetinQon>;the proposed' At the present time, effluent from
'dl erle! ownership Is* involved? the DER permit -to continue pollution of the plant, serving both UCI and FSP
board decided to institute the rezoningon New River for another two years will meets the requirement of 90 per cent
its own in' :.alive, advertising the be held Wednesday, May 3, at 7:30: removal of containments but does not
change and :lIng a hearing on the p.m. in the County Commission room .meet new state water quality requirements
'petition at 1U vlay 30 meeting. of the Bradford County courthouse. according to a DER
*" Rev. and Mrs. Oliver Mecier. of spokesman.
New Life Temple, Inc with head- Representing the Jacksonville district Dutton said "the effluent Is treated ALL SCM PORTABLETYPEWRITERS
quarters in the former Trail Motel office of DER will be Douglas fairly well," but that the volume of
north of Lawtey, were given per- Dutton, I district manager; Bill water in New River is not sufficient to $4995CALENDERS .
tnission to advertise for a change in Hennessey enforcement officer; and assimilate effluent with 90 per cent
zoning on 7.3 acres, on the west side of DilipShah engineer. The Department treatment.
US-301, from OR to RM (mobile home of Offender Rehabilitation will be "The present plant provides only
park). represented by Karl: Smalley, secondary treatment, and tertiary I IN STOCK
The Meciers said their plans for engineer, and others. treatment may be necessary to bring PERFECT FOR GRADUATION GIFT .
constructing a church on the property The meeting was called in responseto it up to required water quality stand ,
had not materialized and they had public reaction following a legal ards." Dutton added.
the necessary clearance from DER to notice by DER that it was considering The tertiary treatment could be SCM SUPER CORNETTYPEWRITERS
place up to 13 mobile home units with issuing a temporary permit for provided by a high pressure filter 75 %
'Septic tanks, on the property. Florida State Prisonto continue system -or a more expensive spray
The board granted approval of a operation of Its sewage treatment Irrigation system Dutton said. The
.: :i petition by LK. Whitehead for rezoning -. plant for two years "in violation of proposed permit would extend time
three acres near, the Interjection rules and standards' of the State of such a system to two
of US-301 and SR-18 south of Florida. years. OFF '


I Bradford County School Job.Chart Due AiringBradford 4 DR. _Reg'30110LETTER $215


County School Board of curriculum and instruction; renovation at$142.693. Demolition and
"members are expected to take action shifting Lawtey Elementary principalJim new work required Included: $26,000
tonight (Thursday April 27,) at 7 p,m. Duncan to the BHS top post and for air conditioning; $8,000 for FILECABINET WEDDING
'00 a county administrative staffing recommended high school teacher plumbing.. and $26.700 for electrical. .
chart and name personnel to fill, that Michael Sexton replace Duncan at The remainder of the $142,000 would $1395
chart Lawtey. be site,work and remodeling.
The special table was set after Brooker principal Phil Vellenga is INVITATIONS
the board action of resigning effective the end of the ,
nominations presented by superintendent school year to devote full time to -
Tom Casey at the regular farming. Casey recommended middle Mosquito Spraying f\80'
monthly board meeting April 17. school assistant principal Myrna Lou $99
Casey distributed a staffing chart '
Rahn,take the Brooker position next .126 .
'including one new position a dean of year. PostponedHigh
students at Bradford Middle School COLORED ACETATE

rather than an assistant principal, but Scheduled for a 8 p.m. work session
listed no nomination for that poistion. is discussion for renovation of the winds have
The chart included shifting BHS BUS cafeteria. An estimate from denizens 01 the so far protected
principal Charles Francis to director architect Craig Salley put the from the deadly swamps spraying. threatened mosquitos. REPORT COVERS

by the Bradford Mosquito Control

Linda Richardson Takes" unit.

Sanitarian Darrell O'Neal now says 2.38 :;
State Science Fair Honor. spraying has been postponed to next 2
Tuesday, May 2. around S 'p.m. REO 280 t

Bradford High School senior Linda The spraying was first scheduled BOORUM AND PEASE ,
Richardson received an honorable April 14, then April ZOo But the high VINYL 3-RINC BINDERS
'mention ribbon for her 4th place finish in i ieclroniealtyaaalad
winds both times prevented the helicopter Budgalpncad Black rwivy gauge
in the senior section of the Behavonal spraying from being carriedout ant mil Board Mornoniai, 'pocket on nadelron 25c
putadiriggaropaningciowngmacnaniamott' /
:and Social Science category In the because the -
spray could not have ..' tnaala 1 ring capacil) .
.State Science Fair held In Niceville been drooped accurately enough -
April 1922. S" MINO CAPACITY REG,4 e0

Ideal conditions are. winds of' less
"Eleven BHS students and two than 10 miles per hour. Winds aboveIS
chaperones attended the Florida State mph. which Bradford County has
'Science and Engineering Fair and been experiencing, make it Impossible .
lei; fence Science Talent Search. said '' to spray accurately
Instructor Jerry McGriff THEOFFICE'
the competition was very good and When It'ls carried out the spraying
everyone benefited from the will be done from a helicopter flying
experience. Linda Richardson about 130 feet high easily visible to .
residents below. A new chemical; SHOP
"This was a young group with only Diabrom 14. will be used. Persons
three seniors, so the future looks with respiratory Illnesses) are ,
brighter for more success In the juniors Uwayne Baldwin. Cindy cautioned to remain Inside during the I
I loming years;r.said McGriff. Griffith and Alan Montgomery ;. .praying.hi 1lOWCallSt, 964-5764 Sta "ke. Fla.

sophomores, Teresa Knepper. DennyGeorge.
The other students receiving parti-' !,lhe ineantime'it' the wind keeps
'cipatioo ribbons from the fair blowing residents will have to resort Sale Good Thru April 30 1978 :
,Committee seniors, Michelle Beth Pa .t I
were: \ tray,Barry Thomas; to killing moqultos by.. .slapping, them
GuiUion, and Kenny Rodrigue; and freshman Brian Baldwin. when! they bite.

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I 4HNEWSOver -, --.' ;- ) :}$.tQ: Ie "Elementary News I

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200 people attended the Horticulture C'atagory-funna. 4'' r The fourth annual Bradford County
Bradford County 4-H Events Day last Marsh. Blue Ribbon Senior County! { ',w },I''? L Physical: Fitness meet was held
Saturday at the Bradford County' Winner Ronnie Ktlel welt ami1 Brian 6t I ( i M ti Saturday at the High School track.
Agricultural Building.M Davis White Ribbon Junior. CouWv! Each elementary! school the county
gave demonstrations and Team Winners. -eirt flight boys and eight girls who
participated in other event The 411program Industrial Aria (,'ateW rye Brmd O"+* ,scored th* highest for their' school onth
It open to all without regard and Don Green. Blut-TUhtWHi Junior 4.(11'! AAHPBR Fitness Test The
to race, color, MX, or national origin.. County Team Winners;; Ztug'Greett! ittudenl than were tested on tna six
Award winners were: Blue Ribbon. 2nd Place Winnbr Items. iRto yard run standing broad

Agricultural C.telorylrew Public Speaking Catefl4ll'Y""R.llncf" Jump iiit-ups, huttlerun, SO yard
Andrews, Blue Ribbon Junior County' bolkeont, Blue: Ribbon, Junior C'Nrtt.. lash, flexed arm hang for girls and
Winner; Wayne Cribba. Blue Ribbon, Winner; Mike Ruiirke, Red Hfttbf.ii l '. \'t.' pullups for boys) competing against .
2nd Place Winner} Hobby Harris 2nd linen Winner TurnAndcnfon*. ,j" .!: each other. Score are based on a ," .
Blue Ribbon Senior County' Winner; Blue Ribbon Senior County Winner \ ." '. students age against the National '' y>r...
Jill Hayes, Blue Ribbon, 2nd Place Deborah Oret-u Blue Ribbon' 2nd Stumlurd set by the AAHPER.Starkc .

Winner. Place Wlnnp.rflhllretht'.un .,))1' !: Elementary boys took M
Clothing Cntrguryfre'/ '\r e second place lIT the while the ,. .1 ,' :1
h 1 meet a .... .:
Ribbon q tf : N
Anderson, Blue Junior Andrews, Blue Itdh.nt'Ftrtder. ('sourWinner : 45n ); ; girls won first place for the 3rd
County Winner; Tammy Mann Blue ; Brnd ('ox [R-Jiw !Ribbon, 'w ? ci'1'1 rj straight year. Starke Elemenatry also Master chef principal Richard
Ribbon 2nd Place Winner; Lynn hill Junior County' Winner\ 'JtiniHRlslng ; : hud the highest scoring girl for the Jockel does the cooking.
Red Ribbon, Senior County Winner; [ Brnndl( Herndon.Sliiiwn! Tunis I..itlr.iir dS .v. ..\,' ',/ ",; ',,i'r Jt'pan"1kePdarlg' X.II meet She Is Stacy Reddish daughter

Ann Truett, White Ribbon 2nd Place (Hart 2ml Place: Winner: Itlw i' llt' 1 .' "",', of Mr. and Mrs, John A. Reddish
Winner. Ribbon ; Tony und Sheila Awlcrs'-n' !' : Stacy Is In the 4th grade and is la Mrs. proper procedure to pot a plant. Each
Fashion\ Revue-Amy Black, Rod Red Hibbon. Senior'(OwnilV .w II<-lVeterinary 'II.; : ; 'I!; Hoffman's class. child was given his own plant, and
....> .' "... Instructions to care for their nta.
Ribbon Junior County Winner; Science CSjtfftntvBruce '' a '1' .,h p
Annette Balkcom, Red Ribbon 2nd Ilowaid, Blue FCIhkl n.. Ji.mw! ; I I I iMN '. :!i." ;' We wish to thank the Vocational

Place Winner. County Whiner Betty Ruifl. I Our''] a f'' 'I ".''1; .. ', Personnel for allowing us to take partIn
Electricity C.teKoryJa Ribbon Senior County WthnarSafely I ,.' ,, ..f such an enjoyable experience.
Orleman Blue Ribbon, Junior County 'atf'Jo.-y-Kltn H-i// iinl, \ 4/, .. '! Y N
Winner; Monroe Herndon White Blue Ribbon. Junior, rmiitty Wi.im", ,, lIih.l/) "f, (;i .', v
Ribbon 2nd Place Winner. {"Cntomologpiurj :nod 1 Mortar ti.,"" ...
Foods Category-Annette Halkcom Sclenrp ('lItI'Jtoryundy' ff.irru. ., MUSIC NEWS
Blue Ribbon Junior County Winner; Blue Ribbfin Senior County! Writer, ,. -. '" All students! who were Involved In
Debra Orleman, Blue Ribbon, 2nd lte rf'lIlI"n' Photograph <,'ate;!"riJ '.'. .. s I the school production of "Hansel and
Rising .i.IJIij'RiMi'n" ". Gretel", were given a cookout during
Baldree Blue
Place Winner; Tammy Mly _. A .
Winner I KJion ''a <. '/ school last Friday by Mrs. Woodfin
Ribbon, Senior County Winner Ann Junior' County ; I' ,' i ,,
Marsh. Red Ribbon, 2nd Place Stroud. Blue Ribbon, 2nd (i'Utu'! < '." iI!'\'' r the music teacher. The P.T.O. very

Winner; Cheryl Keedwell & Karen Wlniw. ..:, ,... .,' graciously donated the food except for
Davis, White Ribbon, Junior County' Otter recipients wore! Robin I ']t. cookies which were brought by
Team Winners. Carter Blue II ihhun PI kil ill in, \"\,-lr i iBliin \". ,' students.The menu was hamburgers,
Health and Human Development Ribbon Rhonda Truetl Red IIfttj.II JllllfJll.I.! ) '',/.!':,\".'40'i 1 potato chips, cokes and cookies. Mr.

Category-Abby Foster, Blue Ribbon, Ribbon; SCIJIIC' Welch Mild NtM.mTummy t' '7. ..., Jockel and Mr. Ralsh did a wonderfuljob
Junior County Winner; Tiny llodgo Mode Red Ribbon *t< I I.. .-.i, ;, ": :, ; f.I''' ''tI': :L
Hud Uibbfln. Carol Fu,,,-H !Red, '1.-00\." V.I :.d'" Mrs.
and Sue Ann Page, White !Ribbon! May ,, :,itr.. ,'", helpers were Woodfin'
Junior County Team Winners Ribbon; Ricki I Harris. Htcrl 1 Ihii< ,..n1' "y. fIe. !/ Mrs. Kimutls, Mrs. Arlsh, Mrs Green
Home Environment (Category. Mary Wright KIM) Ribbon. 11'inn 1"1" .'f hi: Ii! "'f\"' /, and the fifth grade teacher, Mrs
Sharon:; Fuxsel, Blue Ribbon, Junior McDavid, Blue Ribbon) ; (Het. t < .. I. 'I". "'f. ,,. ,1! ;-tl; (; .:'.1, ) Reddish, Mrs. Adklnson, Mrs. Strong,
HIHlltd'bon July I"t v d'! .. ,. Ya
County Winner; Tootsie Tucker Blue Anderson. < Mrs. Sellers Mrs. McClelland. Mrs.
Ribbon. 2nd Place Winner Lisa Blue Ribbon; Trampim! Drawly Him- I"\ tOO u,4vy tlh! 1.tlh'I: il'...t' 'I .n''. 'If.. :dr:, ,' "h". 1 : Long and Mrs. Coodall. The cookout t
Tucker, Red Ribbon Senior County Ribbon Mickey Kvedwcll. Rrd.; .i 1diuIiKydekfatlteRMad: << 4lirii'i.. s, was held outside on the playground so
Winner; Deena Cox and Audrey Ribbon; Handy Merritt. Bad Kibhnir; after a hearty lunch somegames were
Pierce! Blue Ribbon Junior County Brian Whitehead White JliN, 'i'" '.:, j 'Ji played until time to' go home.
Team Winners; Debbie Harrlsli and Judges for I tic events wenMi Everyone had a very nice time.

Suzanne Dyal Red Ribbon, Junior .til.i I Johnson, Mew Kathy Niirni..n, .I44', .' ,
County 2nd Place Team Winners Mrs. IIt'leonlarley.\ Mr' !F"i i .. ,,J' # ;
Horse Category-Genie Rising, Andrews Mrs Linda Tul'ir." ,' ", ,-. i r"
*; .1. '! ;; iiin|( point winner for all
Blue Ribbon, Junior County Winner; AlvurrRtt.v. Norman, lol'1 'I. .. .,1" elementary! school
Sherry Herndon Blue Ribbon 2nd I\It'ic'C.l\fl'll Mary Beth CXni I I "" .> 1 1IliiunliiH ," I ','.. ... ."f' :., '" ', 1t.'d"IHh. was Stacy

Place Winner Jimmy Alvarez..iiiu ,'/ij.-.,. I
Horse Public Speaking!: Category Carolyn WloW'l
Shawn Hart, Blue Ribbon, Junior For futh T information e'mt.i. 'I ';'I'dm members are ay follows:
County Winner; Brandi Herndon Red Lowell I'arnsh 4-11 Agent/ at !Mi4 r.,;:>ii.Kxt : ,. Boys:: John David Francis, Tony
Ribbon. 2nd Place Winner ; 224 ,"" .'( UiBKs Oliver Tyson Edward Cummings -
I, Daren Chandler, Frank Long
1 Allen! Gonzalez, Stanley Brown. e a

u r.rt tc- E .x111 i. Girls: : Mary Thompson, Carrie
." ../. .,t. ," I ..,,. (oburn, Rhonda Sapp Karen I
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I I\1UIiH. Marcia Watterson Stacy I
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; : t' Ri-ddiHli. Cindy Winkler Debra
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: f,+"" 4y\ I, ya ; : Rigby.
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-- "\ M ] Helpers for the meet: Kim Sapp, I
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t I.arivrd and are now on sale in the
f ; 4 :'. !,( : .' I Mice Price of the pictures are $2.75 I

jJll' Utah. If sending a check, make it i

4 :(j". ..' .. ', I payable Starke Elementary School. and Cathy
.t, _' '.J( .Pictures will be on sale through May Mrs. Adklnson .
.. tl J2:, l'J7tt.! Lancaster and, Robin Rents.Thanks
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Mrs Norman of StlU'iu' .
Lee Miiry ..
by Mary Faulkner "
VIlitt..t1.: .'" 1\'o.SMISapp Sunday::; .
Phone: 4M-376I: .
Mrs Julie dull of Luke City wan ..
Mr. and Mrs. T.J. '
Forsyth and r
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her grandmother MrMyrlU -, .. .
Tommy were the Saturday evening visiting \ '. I. ('
dinner guests of her brother and Sapp. :;lIturdil I I ,t.I I"f- ,,"' 4
family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Faulkner of Herman h.ipp and his unit tier. Mir. ; \ "r : r' ,
Starke. Myrtle Sapp, visited! lu-r son aril hi "I', .. ,,'" 9 9Suuper
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Mr. and Mrs. Roy Faulkner of family, Mr. and Mm. I.t OllI'1'II'r'; 't :: "'I; .'" ".

Callahan were visiting his parents.' and III1NneMln'family ol Doctor's! Inlet .unct.r. il. ., Star gra nd winners are Il-rlt<(< i Melissa Burned Joha nnah Brown andT.iwumta
Mr. and Mrs. George Faulkner, ,..' ; Tyson.

Thursday morning( Mrs. Nancy \l.arkin took II'II//i.m-" ,"L1 ," rho t 1. ,, ), e
daughter Mr. and Aimee Mrs ,Barry of Jax.Hendrix and Burnett hack to Shuiuk '!','athililotI \ .etfiiI ht'!! v' ... I .nn ?4" "' 3'4y', Our Soup Label contest has come to to all who helped and donated I I'grill
spent Friday '
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs Hospital/ Tuesday for furl he i t deck- II... i v". ... '-.1' rieV', H'ut.n, ita'rtihsii' an end. Sure do wish we could have !. and charcoal. '
George Faulkner. anti U."?. h.Hllots and lots of winners.All of our Date to remember: May 15-19 I

up.Mr.. and Mrs Kdtf.H; I- sulk i And ,..: parent!>. boys and girls worked very Kindergarten registration will be'

(ion,Terry wore visitinu! Mr and Mr .(4,; .. .. hard at collecting these labels. held qn these dates and the following
Mrs. Agatha Whitehead and Mrs. Hubert r'uulkiHiTin, "tHY', "> .'nllip; \,..\.! .....\\0 I//:) f.. 'Our) top winners for this contest are information is necessary:
Nina Parrish, and Mrs. hazel Hauler Mrs. Krmu (Wlmldon) t eVy otWoixlvilli .. ;, '. d':,., Melissa Burnscd, Tawanda Tyson and Copy of birth certificate proof of
son of Jax were visiting Mr. and Mrs. ? spent thi weekend airing J Jollahnuh Brown. These girls were phYSical, up-to-date immunizationcard.
George Faulkner Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs Orfn Sweet ...,t,"I '. presented a calculator at our last PTO .
Mr. and Mrs. George Clark and 'IIt r,. .::, meeting. Our physical education students of
daughter Kimberly stopped by to see Mr. 'and' Mrs: (Kuy MarkiiH,,, of : !t"! The following boys and girls were the week are Glen Barnes son of Mr.
her parents Mr. and Mrs. George Talluh isi>ce pent, t the Wt'eJCt.ntf : '. Jr c winners from each class and were and Mrs. Albert Barnes. Glen Is In
Faulkner on their way back to Tampa visiting Mr. and :Mrs John Markus! I \ given u certificate from McDonalds: Mrs. Winkler's and Mrs. Patray's 3rd

after spending the weekend in Jax. Mrs HOlY Markus 1:4 rwnembervdhere 'f,', 4"4", u. ,{ ,t .. r.-iwanda Tyson Chuck Wilson grade class. Cindy Winkler daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faulkner were us RriHstiiicVhiddon.. '-0<1 )I'/lijtinah, Brown, Mignon Carroll, of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Winkler.
visiting in Gainesville Friday Mrs Roy :\Kirkuand Mrs .1.1< k.c'. S';un Marling, James Burton, RayanMixiro Cindy is In Mrs. Hoffman's 4th grade
evening. Hull of Stnrkc attended/ church at tile t : Marty! Sellers. Debra West. class Edward Cummings son of Ms
Itaiford Baptist ( h uch SUl1.IJ.ly :;' lull Jamey Carver, Dewey Lillie Mae Burch. Edward Is In Mrs.

Mrs. Hazel Raulersonof Jax. Mrs. ., Dougherty. Julie Hullingsworth, John Strong' and Mrs. Seller' 5th grade
Agatha Whitehead and Mrs Nina :Miss Jim ;\;urnl.:1oJ'' / h 11I' fd"tttI: l : I '' rr! ya 'tews. Andy Lewis, Brian Barton class.

Parrish of Lake Butler were visiting weekend with her mother. !Mrs ,'.hiy e J toy/ Joiner, Maria Thomas, Deborah
Mrs. Ruby Yarbrough and Mrs Norman and brother.f, ,, :inn" \ t 1y To, IIczka. Teresa Futch. Dana
Robert Faulkner Sunday evening.Mr. Jimmy Not num. .Inn .iHeiuIs!'' \llrid.\ Wlntaker Kim Casey, Betty Green
and Mrs. Ruffin Griffis were Southern t'ollcue in. Lakeland*, *4fcV > Vicki''I'! Tracie Denton
visited Sunday for dinner by their Rhonda Sapp, Carolyn Hamilton)
children, Mr. and \Mrs Clifford Miss Roinonn S.. cal and a'1' ., George Crews and Curtis Simmons. rr

Searcy and daughters, Dawn and :Mrs[ Jerry WhrlrluMd and a ill : .. 'i+ l'hy.4iitnei I ,' ih' a fAw It II na:,;Jett.OAr'6Cnttie. !' ,
Dusty of Jax.; Mr. and \Mrs Eugene the weekend nt Cre-icnt B ".('oburn I Ys4'ta St..! ., '. ,; 'u" ,i+5' a( ,,ti'.u''. :Mr;; McClellandrs) and Mrs. Long's
Griffis and sons Randy and Gary of A'.; 'a" clasi.'would like to thank Officer
11,4ek, iWj i r" V.rr' ? yl NI?\\"j po'i! I.tir litllfi. Jhui1law : !
Jax.; Mr. and \Mrs. Marvin Tucker Among those attending tll: ... J ... Roman Alvarez; for coming to talk to
and sons, Marvin, Jr.. and Vance of Saturday in Jai of tiers t'I 'IiII\Ii\ '4\\ .., ',' our class on Safety and Drugs It
Jax.: R.J. Griffis of Starke, and Mrs Slolle were Mr 1111111\11'5. B tY'ti ..'y; it ,; \ ., helped enhance our health 'unit very
Lessfe Fletcher sister of Mrs Ruffin Cason. Mr.\ and !Mrs. iou' arign. .k't1' '" '. ituiohA| o thanks' toChief Jimmy
Griffis of Jax Mr. and !Mrs Don MvarChlessa Mrs. ,01;("\ .' :'J." 't' Bowen for granting time out from tr

Taylor. Mr and l M' H.G'' /:: :" I t ufticer' Alvarez' busy schedule to
Mrs. Albert Stafford the liarrinRton Mrs. <;toll("'. stand '
spent i ( ; 4 '.'r" eome .and talk with us.
weekend In Lake City visiting her was the pastor of the Haptl Church; I, (\ \, $ on Tuesday! and Wednesday the Fifth grade student enjoying the
sister, Mrs. Bertha Brannen. in Raiford stvrruitars i Wfr.: .', ;;, Kindergarten classes of Starke
', '' cook-out.
Saturday, they visited the Calvary' : J',, '" 'jy: .:I. ".J. ,, I Kleim'ntary' took a walking trip to the

Baptist Church of Lake City 'to hear Those (rum Raiford ltendlai"nVHorse ', "' Bradford County Vocational Technical -
the Singing Group which was very Show in Starke r \ii' School under the direction of
,ood. weekend were Mr. and ftJAth": "'. '. Mrs Diane Westcott May 1-S
Dubbti.Ir.! and Mrs. '.V'* 'l"t., The children: were taken on a guidedtour MONDAY Sloppy joe on bun
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Killer and Mr. and\ Mrs JooO'GUin and Mr and 'j'B I". .. of all points of interest. The first string beans,french fries, yellow cake
; with chocolate milk.
son. Woody, drove over to Lake City Mrs. Donny Crawford .' ,' : stop was In the cooking and baking TUESDAY
Sausage links
Sunday afternoon' to bring her 'j; faction where Mrs. Morgan and her peanut'cup
mother Mrs. Stafford, back home !Mrs. Mary "Kreenwawjf I\f.tJ\ bMr. \ ',' '..< ''- ,"' ,, .."'" ....f-' students demonstrated' the techniquesof buttered rice tomato gravy field
with them. and Mrs HarpW .C wf '..nd? cake decorating The children.were peas, peaches, roll milk.
of Saturday.Mr (: the Vo-Tech'students WEDNESDAY Hamburger gravy
son. Kenny Hampton hen' helped by
Monroe Killer attended the and :\11'". "IJI1" icrwn ,I'ii.\' < :ji decorate a cup cake themselves. mashed cobbler potatoes roll buttered peas'
mcCormlck Family Reunion near were vl.>ltinIr.;: 'I.HI" ,", n.in, "'. : the second stop was in the Hortl- apple' THURSDAY, Lasagna;milk.
Sanderson Sunday. Saturday : ., ,11''iiire class where the students were garden
.., salad garlic roll fruit cup milk.
I Mr. and Mrs. G.B. Reddish and h'\'. 11 a variety of plants from the .
Drew Sweat visited Mrs. Bessie $app Mr and Mrs/ karl;; [i',,,'I I "i .)0! house and microscopic bugs. FRIDAY Hot slaw dog on bun, pinto
1 Saturday evening to show pictures of with Mr and 1.11"1. ,'" I 'Hi"' ode a demon tratlon.wal given beans peanut, butter cabbage cookie ,mUle.I' apple. sauce
the Reddish' son' wedding Lawtey Tuesday Kfte, re.in' i thr rotor-tiller can cutters and