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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 4, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I Bradford County Commissioner miles4:;;; rosda u that are badly; '. Commissioners, approved unanimously teen the two ount near the nKrSSc&w" I ;approved Monday. May 1. going deteriorating to take over fujl maintenance .wJ' w.. det8l1rlnedJialJy >>: SR-18 south,of SUrke,for use as a retail the courthousa,switchboard
;ahead on a $700.000 bond issue to on the- county's secondary roads ,/( over the laid store oper tton.v,Requested by -H..rda report frets Dub Oman of -.4
:finance retopping mile of existing Roads /listed by priority consisted beginning July 1. The county WM more on the week L.K. WhIUbead.plans are to ertsbllah the Florida State Employment QIi e.
paved county roads for'retopplna are: SR-233, 5 miles; charged 15.000 last month by DOT for 'used primarily by Bradfor 4 an antlaue ahop.at"thatlocation.Awarded Green said the federally funded COTA .
SK-233: 5 miles; SR-22M, :2.1 miles; maintenance in which only a little got liiIc; to work In Gatnesv program for tb* past fiscal year
Commissioner: George Roberto and SR-225,3.2 miles; SR-IOOA. e.S miles; patching was done and no mowing.In tiie W. bitJ 55.060 by ending March SI put 3iw.240 into the '. .
county attorney Dudley Hardy con SR-200B, &.II miles; SR-231, miles; Commissioners sakt hey would Davco Corp. of Jacksonville: for an 'local economy.. Green said presently ,
ferred last Friday with the Departifnent SR-237,2.4 miles!: SR-223,1 miles; SR- look at the bridge but authorized electronic brake machine for the 20 CETA worker* were) employed in .'
: of Transportation about the 21A. 1.5 miles; SR-235. 2.3 miles; SR- other road business closing It immediately because of the testing\ station. public service jobs 51 in en-thejub. .
feasibility of a short term bond Issue 225A.,,1., miles; and SR-230A,1 mile. commissioners voted to close Doan ,enAineerareport. training, and 19 youthwpy'hen."S
for seven year at about 5 percent Bridge on the Alachua Bradford -Approved a r.questtar courthouse Green said ;s\
Interest. The county would handle the Roberts suggested the county could County line north of the Louise area ,lu other action the board: ., space twomormhgt s month for program could serve to students and .
bond issue Itself and let its own bids get local interim financing to begin; and south of Rock Church. Commissioners !"Approved closing unused *tr*..tih7 j : the office of ,the State InsuranceCwftmlasloners. ..000 IMA the, economy. .3.
for retopping according! to DOT road work and then pay It back with. received a letter from the UtoWsubdlvlsion located Ogr,., E.A. QuUdey asked, -Zoninng director JLM. Game a.
specif icatlons. the bond Issue. He suggested in the Alachua County commission stating Clay Bradford County line.Att o rhftt: |n UM IMICCDdand reported paperwork t.... A' SunConv, .J"
*# future the county begin. program of the bridge over the Santa Fe River George Pierce appeared Oft behellV/ ,+ llr.' tcw.?:itTuesdBayLatie month from. line for the courthous*' was, pro
Roberts told commissioners DOT retopping a few miles each year and was "hazardous" and should either be t pla'c Ienf Warren Steventoa.Approved ,r+ :: f o.nr,,,lij noon to hear insurance cmos'pltaIfllt \ -. ceedliut.: CalnesuM UMstktewld* toll I
seemed favorable toward the bond set aside an amount in the budget for closed or repaired. Repair would cost Ih4t recommendasoning '!! '-i l *""" Insurance representatives free line would cut .county long :
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issue, and would drive over the 38 that purpose. about$80.000 to be divided equally be- board to rewne UlnJ..!,< ; | (he county 4 commission room distance phone. cost by .two-thirds.
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At 1A-IJA STARKE. FLORIDA Wilt Year1 r Cents
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I; Listening to the music that filled the The orchestra II I funded through' the ,J '",, :
iffy t auditorium, one might expect to see state so any youth can audition la join 1
rf an orchestra 'of older well-exper even If they do not live )in Alachua .I'Counly '
lenced musicians. A closer look at the Bradford Counto:.has jelcthu. ....
M 41 ''faces 'howeverishowed" youth: members] ..OH'Orchest: ltf' r"I'rt.jjor"The

musicians still' |In grade school' and Bradford Countwtnpinhrr&'inielude q( .
high schools. Tommy Powellyttwtsv Yawn.Joryv .
the AI.cbua. .CountyYouth, .....nell.<' i'""' FeHofls. Room I '
i orchestra 'hat'performed' beforeBradrordCountyachool.tudenla Allan. Mike Rich, John PC"'"..1. \'olt. .'
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: deed young. One can audition to Join Schmidt J
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music they perform is centuries old Directed by Barbara Ta)lon .t...'
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and played with the skill of, fine. former Jacksonxllle S> mphbni ( .1
Dt musician,*, > Orchestra member who now 'ill i Kind t
director at Santa Ke High School the
The'Youth Orchestra was asked to. musician' opened' with$ "Amoricaft: i!
,perform ,at Bradford. Hied.,School :Sale better'' known as 'AM hl tolrJohnny .\
.Auditorium-April 27 by the- Sd'1lOt., Come Marching Home ':'v\j4;' 7;, '
_gl_ I iiv Board. At W a.m. they performed for .>.hen 'the orchestra .lrurkLfT'$ t 'i' i
all'rth ftfthr Bradford medley of tune from "Rl I r' %\arc.
an after a lunch provided by their a1.ld"4.' .' ''''' |lipvrcVelu !
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Getting the bugs out of the system possibility if preventive action wasn't forwarding a completed Community and the Bradford ,''ounlJ''ollln'l''r. '
( t an often used phrase was the concernof taken. Development Block Grant applicationto Fire Department
the Starke council Tuesday May 2. in other business Lucas asked for the Department of Housing and
along with keeping th > bugs out of the an extension agreement to be signedto Urban Development.In Councilman Charles Schaefer
water system.Council be forwarded to the Environmental other action the council: reported the culvert under Sinclair. SI
members on the advice of Protection Agency allowing the After discussion approved utility had been Installed and re-topping nf
the approved a new engineers until mid-June to completea writing offs with the exception of a.um city streets Is to begin no later than
i t\JMO\ fiberglass aerator housing for report on sewer' cleaning and : bill for Sonny's Bar-b-cue: saao May 17
one of the city wells examination by television cameras. owed by Kentucky Fried Chicken and
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Lucas said the line cleaning -Councilman Joe Warre/n/ informed
$102 bill owed by an Individual. The
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Bessent, Hammock and Ruckman company expected to complete the amount written off was $2.07(1. would the designated committee
engineer Jim Lucas said the existing project in 25 working days, but due to begin to explore downtown
I Alachua Youth Orchestra Performs aerator housing had"'deteriorated sand in the sewer system broken Council member asked I legal action redevelopment Thurllda '. !May'II. al "
allowing bug larve to accumulate. It pipes and misaligned pipes It took six lo be taken to recover money owed. p.m. w ith members of the Chamber iiit'ommerce .
Approved radio communication and the :': Florida
Lucas said so far no bugs had gotten weeks. -orth.
y_ into the system but there was thev The council unanimously approved between the Starke Fire Department Regional>! Council,!
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Al one of the juiciest meetings In monthly water bill If 192 persons were water bill for 1)3: users was estimatedat "
+ weeks, the Hampton City' Council using the system was$12.80. If the city $10.90. FIREPROTECTI0I1a'Told "I '
I voted to put two water system alternatives -. decided to put aside a $5 a year subsidy The minimum system will serve SYSTEM WITH '
l up to a vote of the people. for the system the monthly bill everyone presently on the system -, .
r. After' spending Tuesday morning was reduced to 1060. with possible connections for those Cost ..HfNIlI"lInlMlng
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the drawn 'lose to the mains Aront explained. "
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listening to proposals up by 01 Present 11.000)
Thursday, May Sverdrup & Parcel i.S&P)L the council The total cost of a system without But to add fire protection at a later Total Coat System ;""u ', ':. '..>7JHfNI:
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followed/,the recommendation, of fire protection, which includes date would be a major cost, said Estimated ,,mn, ran .....$311,40Estimaial :
Farmers Home Administration smaller water lines was estimated at engineer/ Eng because the water lines f'mllA Grant $212:400t ;
TOWN MEETING ..(FmllA represenative Randy Popeto $466.000. Considering that a cheaper would have to be Increased In si i7*. '>

Lawtey.7 In p.m. "put Its the,like question getting to married a referendum.; Its along loan system from would FmHA decrease the the grant estimated and The third proposal "would spoil all Total estimated Annual' Expense .. .... 121.410

time proposal. We would like to monthly water bill for 192 users was possibility for the future growth of ,. ., iI... ,

Saturday, May .know said Pope.If It I the will of the people" City's$11.20 without subsidy;subsidy, and $9 with.the Hampton The council, said hopes Mayor to get Summers.the rest of Estimated Av...... ,Mon'hl.A')'.Water; Bill,"' \ ,. "j.iP ', t. ". ,

Engineers: Allen Aront and' Ralph The Increased cost to- the' user for the residents more Informed on the :-.m"': 01 Connection '; '

Ming armed with maps and charts. fire protection would be$1.60 a month, proposals before the referendum UII !112 211. t;
"' < ,YAROSALE. spent the morning explaining the an Increase that would be paid for In which has been tentatively scheduledfor ; a Jwbeiav .
ByMethodist price differences between systems reduced Insurance rates reminded June 6."Citizen "' :. ') .:.
Youth with fire protection and without fire Mayor William Summers. ,I.... $12J1. ,11.10"r.\ ,:'
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At Church The few residents .that participation\ \J
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biggest problem: said Acting-chair lOa.m..2p.m. ,i attended the early-morning meeting nront then unveiled third proposal Green. '. with .1 rf .n, .
,' i ...'.were silent and listened to each which would meet only the minimum man $5000: 1 $13Ie .' $1.." l' x'11.71 'S ,
,?. ,, i'i...<- : questions. of Environmental Regulation . The citizens will be able to Vote for ,. H
,. '"This morning we have achieved The system would use the existing either a system with fire protection or a_
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information" said one woman. a system without fire protection. or .. t ) Fk. .,
'more well but Included 'a new pump r-/ ,. 'I "..>.> .... b
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"''(r"XI. She suggested that there be another hydropneumatlc lank ,and lines no they may vote for neither system. If
National Guard jsuch meeting before the referendum larger than four Inches. the voting results In the majority of ,. .
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:,TralnlnD*;, :.,, '.';'so that the rest of the citizens areas The total cost would be$276.400. and vote for neither system the )1 I \ ,
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Said Acting chairman Ernest grant. and loan moneythe: monthly adopted l. i* Jn f f ..71'u
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I' meeting" for once." after the meeting ,SYSTEM WJ.THOUT.FIREPROTECTIO

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II Brook.r Council The engineers assured the residents MINIMUM, REQUIREMENT SYSTEMTotal 'Total Project Cost,.. 1/47'x1'', ,ti
7i30p.m.. that the few minor discrepancies that Refinancing of Present System 1LIII $ I'.11IIO: n,, I
were found in the map being used by Total Cost .....110O .
Hampton Council S&P had been corrected. He reportedthat Project Cost -.?.-,,?.?.?.?..,.,... ....... ,.$257.400: Estimated FmllA IXMM *$2.U.IHM ; p
71301".m. they had found 135' facilities were Refinancing of Present System r.;.....;...."' ..... ....? $ tI.OOCITot.1 ) Estimated FmllA Grant "$211.0.' '," .
connected to the system at the present Cost "_ ..... 127t4tteEstimated : .. -
time.,and had estimated 170 possible FmHA Loan ? .... ,.. ,;;,"""".? ".$157.700 Total estimated Animal ExpenseEstimated $2s,7se1'' 9
Senior Bahama connections In the near future. Estimated FmHA Grant. ,$118.700 .. t
Cruise Meetingn,3O..m.atZHS The first proposal discussed In- 7 ," > 1-.
.1 'a'eluded fire protection and water all. Total estimated Annual Expense .. 117.380 I. Average Monthly Water Bill :iJ .
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Ir j' ',; limit It alsp Included. a new. well'and, j Estimated Average Monthly,Water, Bin 'f ; :) IS' :" ..,In.... ZI'
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Sommunily Using maps and charts. S&P representative .. hhout II't: 8'
1Bhr ( Aront broke down the cost of \ $1431 Ill.. .... J. ; ;
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I ConfederateMemorialService Held SundayW r! 64.fide lffkWj I


Week United Father" and "Amaxlng Grace." V0 Socl &hi0.
'Daughters of the Confederacy,, pre- Speaker Judge Elzle Sanders gave a l Tp ly .,
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rented it Confederate Memorial Sere wonderful Interpretation of the real .40 ,
vice Sunday afternoon at the Crosby meaning of the Memorial Day Ser '"' '' '''' '' ''' '''''>t\\,'''''
Lake Cemetery. vices. He emphasized the cause for Sandra Darley Given
Mrs. Elite Sanders conducted the which the Veterans of the War 1Jo, ,
nervlc Rev Donald Denton gave the Between the States fought and died '''" ,',,,' :. ..,
Invocation.' A salute to the American The cause they felt was just, The Surprise Party
(lag and to the Confederate Flag was protection of their families Inspiredby
Riven. Mrs Joe Wilson placed a a deep feeling of patriotism for (! Miss Sandra Darley was honored at
wreath In front of the Confederate'' homo and country, He stressed the a surprise birthday party Friday
monument unity of family ties together with evening April 21. given by her
Mrs. Mona Canova on the autoharpand God s help In our lives today. He t parents. Mr. and Mrs Ralph Darleyof
WO. McKinney violinist ended his talk with prayer after which 4 11 Starke.
presented a musical program In- those present sang "America The ". tt 'Y h The party was held at McDonalds
eluding the number* "Faith of Our Beautiful" .,JJ i' 1 1a where several friends of the honoree
> gathered for hamburgers and cokes.

_ T..nagBanquet Held By First MethodistsThe 1! enjoyed.Afterwards birthday cake r was


United Methodist Women Woogle Bugle Roy of Company "B"
all miored a spring teen banquet for while portraying the Pointer Sisters [[ L'7r j jand J
the teenagers at (he First United Youth Director Don Denton then
!Methodist Church last Saturday but
attempted to put on a magic act .
evening with approximately 60 teenugorx had little success in getting the tricks
und their guests attending along to work. Next on the program was Mr. Mrs. James M, Henderson I
with 2." special guests and workers. Tummy Wynett. Loretta Lynn and of Hampton announce the birth' of a
The banquet| was held In the Fellownhlp IottieWest portrayed by Marie Polk. son. James Patrick on April 33: In
Hull und 'began with special Sue Little and Carolyn Eaves singing Shands Teaching Hospital. Maternal
music presented by the "Sunohiners." ':Sunshine and 1..01 h popl." grandparents are Mr. and !Mrs. I
The hinKing group IH made up of teenagers The honored list of guests then hospital Auxiliary beard member* Installed at the April !Mrs. A.C. Bastard Mrs. IJnda Johns Mrs. Lmiiit Sledding Wesley Griffin of Hampton. Paternal :
from the Ortega United Melho- included the Osmond Brothers : Charles Swans. and I\oIn. Maurice 1)verstreeL *"" grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. >.
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dirt Church in Jacksonville and is featuring Glen Polk. Randy Newland. ZI! meeting, are I.. r/t Mrs,> ,'W.J. Frkk., .:. Mrs. Drew heddla'11'1I.\uthurlne Bland.d was unable 10 attend. Horace Henderson of Kaiford,
under direction of Mrs. I Don Jones, Rev, George Harper. George Loper Paternal great grandmothers are'
Following .I Ihe( half hour HongiHexenluliun. und Don Denton singing "One Bad Hospital Auxiliary Holds Installation And Awards Presentation Mrs. Iota Smiley of Raiford and Mrs.
1\'(>ryu m' enjoyed the Apple Don't Spoil The Whole Bunch. Birdie Henderson of Blackshear. Gn.Mr. .
iNinifiict >mi'ul which featured hum. CJirl.. ",Handy Newland and Glen Polk
greta helms 'bilked potato und Hour then received the caressing love from !Mrs WJ. Frlck was Installed Mrs. Basford presided over the 1\11'1I..Louise Kite social chairman and ----
creiim. slow and, topped off with! their wives. Francee and Marie as president of the Bradford County meeting where Mrs Louie Bell Parks past president who died last week. and Mrs. Oler Crosby of Fort
'INIIIIIIIU split cake Tlu- (tables' Mercikvorwleii they sang "You Light UR My Life." lloxpital I Auxiliary at the general l membership chairman announced ,Kin Kite would have received her Mcrs announce the birth of 'a
with tK'/Iulirulllprlnl( roses I During t the evening Francee meeting and' covered"dmh; ; ,upper Mrs. Thelma Wise has been accepted 2-t.tNM hour pin during the presentation daughter Melissa Kay born April Hit: :
and' ivy provided bv Mrs Nancy Newlaml made special presentationsto Tue.day night April 21 I. at the us a new member. Mrs. Parks also of awards Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.;"
Knlx-rlM Little IIlId11'11': Phyllis Carver. worthy of special recognition during Out.going prl'llldL'filIrs.: AC Baa 40 active members eight life man announced' that the 40 ladies and Mrs L,C, Crosby of Gainesville .
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k'ul'III'd (he lahlvs. 'the( year1: Andrea Eaves' Jay Eave ford Installed I the follow Ing officers toM members. two honorary members, worked 5,1-itt: hours for the Auxiliary
Following the dinner. !Mrs Kiunvvoculiinil. Stephen Little. Kevin llutson. Chuck ."O \oIlh11': *. I-rick1. presidentel.i and 12: sustaining members k during the past year. Mrs. llazen gave .----
:\.; pioKrum director providedthe Williams Lynn Loper. Jeff Lawson. t. ,l u'sIMauriceOverslreetrfirst! I.INNI' hour pins to Ethel Holtzendorf.Arthurlne ,
hollowing I enlertiimiiient for the Ciimi Sihmitt and Mrs Ada Reddish *'Ire.pu-fid-jfi: :4, Drew Reddish; Mrs. Marian Crosby and Mrs. Ethel Blanchard. Mildred ,Frlck CHRISTINA I.YNN:\ COUAKT
real of the evening, which brought who uns pianist for the evening. The second vlcc-pitsitU.nl.! : Mrs. A.C. Holtzendorf were presented with corsages und Ida Lee Plummer. Mrs. I..C !Mr. and !Mrs. Charles 8. Cow art of
forth rrsirsoflaughter l from (the group awards ranged from a giant sized Basford secretary. Miss Arthurlne as Pink Ladies oldest Early received! her 2.0W'hour pin. Starke announce the birth of u
for the next' hnuf 'I'he program beguniiMlMecta banana to a can of three In one oil. Blanchard: treasurer. Mrs; Linda members) These pins represent uccumUted daughter., Christina L\nn. born ut Mitt: "
ll.inU'iiliiiHik.Sue Kiltie undFrtineee The evening wall topped off by a Johns: corresponding secretary. Mrs. Mrs Maurice Overstreet. Candy hours during the past several years. a m. April 25 In Alachua. General l "
1 :Next Kind Hung "Boogie, visit from Dolly Parton portrayed by Louin Redding, chaplain, ,Mn. Striper sponsor/ gave a report on the Hostesses for the meeting wereMrs. HospitalGainesville. ; .
Kranccc Newland singing "The.t'ker" Charles Swarl many accomplishments of the CandyStripers Allle Maye Kelly. Mrs Maxie Christina Lynn weighed 8 pounds I 11
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III I'l.KIKIIHIIM.K': : the business the Curler. Sr.. Mrs Gladys Weldon.1\1rs. ounces and measured! 21 Inches long
and the entire cast singing Preceding: mtplinlland during past year. '
('J.t'tllnSl'I.TS: "You Can Be a Beacon," installation a buffet supper was moment of prayer was held,for Krmu Faber and Mrs. Evelyn Henry. at birth. She joins a brother. Erie
.leif. \\reiihh.ill Eva: MulhowKon held Andrew. 16 months old.
buffet table
The evening was thoroughly served. The an arrangement
& HH winniogcouple lit Duplicate Paternal Mr. and
F were Itridge'rusday night, 1 lr and Mrs. enjoyed fellowship by and all as fun an and evening everyone of great Is baskets filled of with roses artificial and strawberries spring- Petersons Hold Rehearsal Dinner Mrs Charlie grandparents C, (' wart of arc Marke.
.1'L11. :MimwinKW were second: und intervals !Maternal grandparents Mr. and
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looking forward to next were placed
( und Cecelia Torilleg.irueivthlrd years Mrs. C,
l.iK-lllc\ Creen William Johnson of Marke.
( banquet the length of the dining tables. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Paterson of Andrla and granddaughter. Stephanie
r. \\ Starke entertained at a rehearsal Hamm of Chattanooga. Tenn.. Dr.
dinner Friday night at the Starke Golf and Mrs. Harold Bowen and daughter. ;biy.lIJnow
and Country Club for their son, Larry. Alisa and son. Dean of Fort Lander' .' .
$ S S S S S $ Sic: and fiancee. Terri Dyal. following the dale and Mr. and Mrs. Ken L. '.
a rehearsal. Paterson of Winter Garden. Joyce Ucason of .JiiiksonIlle..
*- ****** II nrill | *ff, couple's wedding daughter of Mr. and Mrs J,K, '
The: :39 guests which included the ----- Milligan of Starke Is playing the lend
: Immediate families, wedding party Mrs Lex Green and granddaughter part of Annie In the "Annie Get Your
$ PIANO SALEBankrupt and out-of-town guests were seated at Melanie Green spent Gun: play for the Orange Park
,, tables holding a garland of ivy and Thursday to Sunday with the children Community Theatre on April :28.1:1.1:'
$ centered with arrangements of roses of Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Green in May 5-0 ond !May U: .I.I:' lit 1In::! p,m. at
Stock ; Out-of-lown guests were Mr. and Tallahassee while their parents were Reynolds Playhouse in ircen( ('0\'('
t Mrs. Leonard Hamm. daughter out of town. Springs

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. Kathy Casey'1 Honored Bridal:.. s -; Parties, '" One More Chance: to He'r'BHS'Bund: Chorus J\

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Miss Kathy Casey, whoM marriage Mrs. Fred Moore of Lawtey, grandmother ., ,
to Johmy Hobbs will be an event Ot of Miss Casey, was among the If you want to hear the best bend Both the band and chorus.. drew ""We've arrived air: least In my ,
June 24, was honored at a luncheon 28 guests who were Invited to attend. and the best chorus Bradford High standing ovations from the audience. opinion" Director Mcllae told the k "
Saturday, April 29 at the Garden School has developed In the past,, 19 The band played Class AA music audience Friday night referring to.
Restaurant given by Mrs. Charles i yean (maybe. longer) you'll have just three levels above the Class B size the the contest rating
Darby, Mrs. Randy Bill Miss Casey was honored at a bridal one SMre haece; band actually is, as designated by the
McRae, Mrs. Warren Stevenson and shower Thursday ,,Tbi wwW be' final concert III set May Florida Bandmaster's Association Band Director Dean Camels says I
Mrs. A Russell Norman. S It a combined concert by according to tho number students In the band will low 12 member to
Arrangements of rose, sweet peas the kegis* bead, the Bradford school. It was the same two numbers graduation this year but he expects to
and pansles. were used on the table ::=- hand, and the. BradfordFinal with which the Tornado band won a pick up 30 new members from the
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which! were arranged In a square. --., superior' rating at the District 3 middle school band While this is the
Place cards marked the seating l concert of the year for the Florida Bandmaster's Content the bent band he's had In his. 1$ years of
arrangement : mlss.tJunai.The program will highest rating possible and attainedby .teaching CavseU'a saya, he ex pet U, a
The hostesses presented MU Casey .tajWa. 1IUII Cal* excerpts from playing music three levels more bund a little bit better tvyear,
a roe corsage and a plate from her ( "rkttlsf. + en the Reef," with some difficult.than a band the size of the thanks to the early band program.developed.
chosen china as a moment of the ManIa and ..... dialogue included. BUS band is expected to be able to In the past several years. .
occasion.Rose Richard Jeekel will handle the stageoprednctlen perform.The .
corsage were ateo presented semes and dialogue in chorus went to the district The chorus performed for'the' first
to Mrs. T.L. Casey, Jr. mother of the what will.a preview of the next pro- contest this year for the first time In time on new professional type risers'just
honored and Mrs Johnny Hobbs, ST., duetto of Jeckel's. local thespian many years and won an over-all purchased and paid for half by "
mother of the prospective groom.JoySt.JohnCelebrato. ,. L'" excellent rating, the second highest 'the school board ands.half by the I
... I.. ..... iwaaawni will be featured.
I r V 1'IIIIrl...... school chorus is I.

Mr;and Mrs.Richard St. John Rave, .T'VC"peeved ef M a aixth-efghth big drawing graders card In Scouting '

an all day swim party Saturday April ,the two ar.T>pui concerts, says .
2V for their daughter. Joy, on her 14th GIBSON Clew Dimlet BIRjr McRae. .I News '
I birthday.The ConuiMBta after the combined
Promoted ( ncert Friday. sAght all were complimentary 1 C.o/yn'Eav.s/
party was held at Camp .f Mfethe W-member high
Blanding where the six girls enjoyed Sergeant schael bated sad the member advanced eea" .11'112' .
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...... "Everyone: loved It. ;
a veteran of six years Everyen tlaeegb the concert wast rr"4ek Gateway Girl Scout Council Annual
I Donna Harris And the Florida Game ......" says Chorus DirectorMdUeef Meeting was Thursday, April 20. in ,
Fish Commlsaiim/ MM reaction he's had of the Jacksonville at the Church of Good I
Rev and Mrs. Russell C. Harris of to the position of Jaembiae effect which filled the BUS Shepherd. Those attending from
Starke announce the approaching the law enferceRMMt, 4 vliler4wiiAppre. >lmately 600 per Starke Included Janet Kimutis.Burbi.ru :
marriage of their daughter Donna organization. I .U..... Cain. Andrea Abrams and
I Marie to Marshall Warden. of 30 year old nathre ,ef- myself. The refreshments were really .: '
Lumberton Miss the Committee after something provided by Round River .
The garden wedding will be HocMMMkersToHoldtMt0M rR' Neighborhood.
an the Air Force and .has y
as a wildlife Another treat was Bingo which was
-- County. MM .1lon May 11 Centered around the Five Worlds. We
Gibson see all paid 23 cents for our playing cards
give
for the supervisee/ ef Bradford County Homemakers Club with 'money going into the JLWFF. :
I It S J in a four county area win ateet Thursday May II, at 11a Six officers and ten board memberswere
Clay, Nassau, .m. at.the home of Mrs. John Greeneat elected and installed Including a
Cams) Blanding new president She Is Mrs. William
which Is based eta 'A cewared disk Mach will be served (Betty) Skinner whom some of you
,will require Glbaaa. following MM installation of officers. TONYCA8TLENCastlen may know
Cecelia: Terwillegar, president ,of the Jacksonville I attended Personnel Services Committee .
area
the Bradford Realtors, and Lillian AwardedTony the 18th at the Council office
he his formative
of the Bradford spent J.anCarn s AndRlch.rdCarterWed
Pearson president graduate of Faeroes We made salary recommendation for
Chamber of Commerce and directorof I the non-professional staff of Gateway
the Bradford Realtors, attended a Jacksonville, Gibson Caiitlen. son of Mrs. Joyce A.Castien Council. These will be presented to the
"Continuing Education Course" for education, earning a Brooker was awarded a hoard thin month Really interesting
Real Estate in Gainesville Saturday In criminology.: certificate of academic excellence Troop W)5) had as their guest in April
and Sunday. Sunday.'S will be replacing' n Jim J'D'Games oTstarke and Richard daring recent Honors Day Donna Gruen. She
helped them with
under the direction Kerry Paul Rodrigue received his Doxey who aper/t marriage, April s ta Folkston. Ga. Dayton Tenn., where he Is a junior. explaining the Neighbor Jewish Religion Badge and by
BS in Marketing at the .FSU years in Jackson The ample ia making their home In The recognition Is given annually by I'jssovtT. Thanks Donna. .
promoted t* the Uw jt. the college to students who have
graduation in March. Troop 614 is meeting at a new time
In south
|fir maintained a grade point average of and place. Tuesday after school until :
Mrs. JG.: Jackson and granddaughter Office.,, 3.25 or higher at the end of the first 4:30: at my home 613 S._ColJey,, Jd .. .1 \
Pam Stalnaker, attendedthe semnter. At the same time. Tony waichosen They are working on Cook Badge and 1"
50th wedding anniversary of Mr. Bandsman of the Year," Backyard Fun as well as several! i ,
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and Mrs.David Kelley in Jacksonville -------- home badges 1f' r.

Sunday afternoon. [acialeeurh .2)cJ VoM-X-; 0 Wednesday Brownie Troop in 311 Fellowship made tacos Hall lattt .': ..

Barney McRae of Starke and son-in- smelled goOd. "
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Local admittances to Bradford A busy weekend comin / ,
Wells have returned from eight days J.E. Hardy. Mr. and ct nRatty: __i Phillips spent theweatasd County Hospital this week Include: Brownie Fly-ups are going to 1-
vacation in Rome, Italy. Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. wee I ifieads In Crawfords- Mrs. Marie Rossi. Mrs Edna Sauve with the Juniors Friday 4:00: Nt'yitl::
and Mrs. Harry viUa aw* attewM the Cash-Kyle Mrs. Floy Sullivan. William A. In case of rain meet at the i +:1 v -
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford L. Pa f ford, among those .ttelldiftt niJsHM hi. tftceMdMtpy m Saturday Jackson, Edward Tucker and Mrs. Church. Saturday Bridging ,
Mr. and Mrs. David Pafford. Butch in ThomaevlUe, night Martha Miley of Starke; Mrs. are going to Ncyutl with Cadette..In .
Patton and daughter Misty, and Mr. ,weekend.! Dorothy Peters and Charles Porter of, case of rain meet at the Mrthudlgt
I, and Mrs. Glen Davis and families of '.Itr. tod Jtos.: hid O. Brown and Keystone Heights, and Willie Hauler- Church'rt:no to I:so. J ,
Jacksonville celebrated the birthday Haskins of Jacksonville seas msMiilial|..senior class play at son of Raiford. < '/
C.1.. Pafford at a dinner party visitor of Mrs. Gladys St. j.bnsCw try. Day School Saturday
at the home of Mr'. and Mrs. : aight. I
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fand sister Mr. and Mrs. C.G. Hill. '. and !Mrs.. .Mads "'f JhkafcMawlMt, David and Robert ,
The Hills also had aa Sunday guests *$ 11........ Casks lions' and Mr. and I
f c' Dr. and Mrs. J.P.. Young of Jackson- ....... ..n s*. ef Gainesville were ,
f I ville, Dave Luke of Fart '......... ouasUI .f Mr. and Mrs. J.H. SELLABIATIONI
Marl Ann StefaMUl 1Dsaertst, \
J Mrs. Fred Field of Tampa spent were Saturday vWters
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{'Thursday to Sunday with her Henry Stefanrift. Ml :'PMty aMterson of Valdosta
3 daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ca. and.....Wimto Wood of Lawtey
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Mrs. Robert White and son Robertt Blue Angel's show "l
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Wesley of Gainesville spent the Sunday after_. Mr.and. n:Rudolph Sapp and Mr. Vinyl
V weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Olin 'and III... Gerald Norman of Starke Power Brakes V-8 Auto
$ White. Herb Thomas ef Ocata and Mr. and Mrs'JiJllmy Adams ofAlaekua
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: Mrs. W.F. Herlong has ,had as BOW!III Jacksonville Saturday night. & Tape, Sold New For Over "
guests Mark W, Her ong and Miss ,
i,, Leslie Johnson of Jacksonville on Curtis Sanders,Sr., of Mr.sad Mrs.Homer Stearns visited
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Lakes An article picturing Bradford ," A'f ,
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County as a arming paradise was "
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In the Florida land boom year of 1028. 4 t ,
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describing IN,
A 1977 inventory of 113 taminants can be dredged from the state.It ? ( sT w Y 0 0a
its bottom after which it will be
publicly-owned lakes In Florida was a busy time with Florida
shows that sixty-three per cent of refilled.These are just two of the busdlnl'with aclivlttearelat.Qto: the

them comprising more than many such projects now under boom. Congressman Lex Green was

1.200) square miles, have marked way in the lake restoration trying to get legislation for a crocs:

signs of water degradation, and program. state. canal passed by Congress.
Bradford .County, was proponing a
numerous, others could be in So far. lake problems )in the $450,000 bond Issue for hard 'oAdat 4

serious trouble. Starke-Keystone Heights area and the new chatauqua was getting
seem confined largely to shortageof under way at Keystone Heights /n

The report states that lakes, water, which has caused their
This.la the way The Jmiraal told thf
geologically 'speaking, are short- levels to drop seriously. How story of Bradford County: TOn

lived phenomena because of ever, the problems of pollution ,

natural and man-made processes and eutrophicatlon (over the 6th of December, IMI, what
.. which accumulate sediments and fertilization) will doubtless come had been New River County; became e

plant nutrients, causing pollutionand with the increased density of Bradford, containing an area of
180,000 acres and population of 3.830.
and that
cutting' oxygen supplies population public use According to a recent census, the
needed for fish. and other aquaticlife. lakes are now being subjected to. population has almost doubled, sine
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It now numbers 7,034 persons. The
The time to worry about Santa Fe River, with Its source at

Each lake has different degradation of lakes is before it Santa Fe Lake in the southeastern w,
corner of Bradford forms the entire
problems, and there is no set happens. With constant vigilanceand southern boundary. One' of Its

method for restoration when the corrective measures taken in tributaries,New River, runs along the

degradation process becomes the early stages of pollution, such western boundary, the two rivers with

acute. The usual methods of drastic: measures as 'draining a their branches, serving as ,drainage
restoration include 'drawdowns lake or other expensive for the county.

dredging bottom sediments emergency treatment will be There are ....13 acres under' The Brownlee brothers, Hugh and Milton, demonstrate "modern farming" In Bradford
away In County more than M years ago when agriculture was still the mainstay of BradrordCounty'
improved sewage treat- prevented.It is the old story of"a cultivation, 13,626 merchantable '
well thousand of economy.For :
stitch in time saves nine.It Umber as as .cresavall.ble '
ment plants using chemical com- for settlement. The c,
pounds to limit nutrients, and the assessed value of farms and buildings t
control of aquatic plants and man- Is $2.917416. The soil la principally the year 1924 the State A following I being planted. The report shows that the eggs, bring quick returns and a

made structures.To is encouraging to see that at sandy adapted loam to the with production a clay Rib of both oil?fruit well culture. farm Department produce:reports the 2.559 the total bushels number were of pecan produced trees In within 1924, vat of rice$18.8941were; produuc ed to. the'

least two lakes in the area, all In.a
and Corn, 164,266 bushels, the county being 22,369
illustrate the seriousness of Crystal Lake and Kingsley Lake, vegetables. 19,168 bushels; sweet potatoes peanuts 14.720, flourishing condition. The entire The average mean temperature for
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the problem. DER already has now have chartered associations velvet beans, 4,773 bushels; Irish. county may be said to Justify the the year was 69 degrees

I 131 applications, mostly from of property owners dedicated to potatoes, 3,326 bushels; string beans, production of these nuts since the few The Seaboard Air Line runs north''
that have come into bearing,
1' Central Florida for lake restora- maintaining the quality: of these GttMtf AgftRifeBobby 13,214 crates: tomatoes,'4,676 crates; yield groves from $5,000 to $20,000 annually. and south through the eastern portionof

tion projects. About $2 million, bodies of water, as well as the f) Iet _, cucumbers 1,087 gallons, 4,408; watermelons crates; cane 32 syrup cars;, No better results can' be obtained Southern the, county& Florida, and the extends Georgia.diagonally -",

including federal, state !And local'fund. peace and quiet of their neigh- strawberries, 500,000 quarts from a grove of any kind with less across from, northwest to

) ., is available for the borhoods. By Bees thrive in this section, while labor. southeast. The "Wannee" branch of

program this year. little attention was given this Industry Grapes, too, are coming to the front the SAL connects at. Starke the
Property owners around other Taylor in a commercial way 1,180 pounds of in Bradford County, and the young county seat likewise the Tampa It

Lake Jackson, near lakes would do well to follow suit, honey were produced during the year ,vineyards, though just approaching Jacksonville Line, is a shipping point
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Phone tM-4280 Ex tension 209 the bearing age. produced 3,840 for products and the center for
Tallahassee, once considered one' and help, present united opposi- Citrus fruit has not as yet been de- pounds last year. Peaches pears;and vegetables and general farming.
of the best bass-fishing lakes in tion to those who would use and veloped to any great extent In Bradford plums are likewise produced thoughnot

the South, is being studied for a abuse the lakes with no thoughtor County, although the Satsuma in great quantities. Sampson City on Sampson Lake. j b'
series of marsh Unusual weather continue to be orange flourishes there. In all a junction for railroads coming m
ponds to cut interest in maintaining their
with us. You read heard about the
or probability.. oranges will In time from five directions connecting with
'down on pollutants coming from quality or protecting them from storms and hail In our area a couple become a leading product. Cattle and hogs have for a numberof Important points and forming a
nearby shopping centers. Lake the inroads of spoilers, interested weeks ago. Some.area had up to six years been a source of revenue. Sampson Lake offers
Apopka near Orlando is being only I in. the pleasures or profits of Inches of rain while the northern partof Pecans are receiving considerable Poultry is considered a good Invest additional attractions to the angler

gradually drained so con. the moment. our county had less than"**. an Inch attention. and many orchards are9i. ment in this county. They as well.as and those who enjoy boating. .
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Earlier this week we had some wind
I" and a threat of rain that never .
materialized. Some areas are needingsome
I 'Fat rinnie'Squeals rain. FORESTRYIn

Unseasonably cool nights< ;ace
probably having more affect on our
.. crops than rainfall or wind at this
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.. A vigorous 4' uul(; allbwing, him to >'" don't seem to be,growing rapidly. !
legalized gambling to n< ragingin operations. they should for this 'time of year.
Texas, giving a preview of Maybe most crops will "catchup"when By Richard Schroeder
what may soon be expected here In a rasping voice, Teresa' the nights warm up and harvest
of named and will not be too far off schedule.
as the well-hoe led advocates names places up one
casino gambling launch their coast and down the other, saying Seems like Insects and diseases'of lUNKKH-KOHKSTKH DAY

campaign to persuade Florida there is no way to keep the mob our crops lawns, and ornamentalsare HELD IN STAHKK:

voters that all of the state's out of legalized casinos and on schedule. Calls and visits The annual Banker-Forester Day

financial ills will be solved at the particularly the fringe operationsthey concerning these problems are vim held in Starke. April 25 at the
increasing and it looks like we will Bradford : ,
County
Fairgrounds.This
crap table 05 the roulette wheel. attract. "It will be an open have another year of ,insect and
situation," he said. "Everyonewill diseases. is a yearly meeting betweenthe

The propaganda campaign now split up the action prostitution Insects like aphids. beetles;worms! Florida Banker's Association and

being waged in Texas, and soon drugs pornography, and and other bugs are already showingup the It\ was Florida the,Forestry first time Association it was held and in

to be under way in Florida, is designed the rest. When you get that many on some of our common Starke In recent years.
to lull voters into ac- goodies in the bag everybodywants vegetables There has also been
problems with soil diseases like- The theme. of the meeting was ,
cepting !gambling as a harmlessand some. Keeping hookers damping off, root and stem rot leaf "Managing Today's Forest for
( profitable) pastime. The away from Miami Beach will be spots, and blights. '. Tommorrow's Needs", presenting i

facts are, of course, that legalized like trying to keep the tide A suggested general-purpose managerial questions from both a iI

betting on lotteries? off-track away" for insects of vegetables is one spray that forester's and a banker's point of + I
view Over 2HI( people attended the
casinos and slot
betting contains malathion or diazinon plus i
machines lead to pornography. Texas has succeeded in sevin or methoxychlor, A general conference. '
and related activitiesof keeping gambling: out so far spray for diseases of vegetables Several prominent speakers were Foresters Shop Brock and Gary Howell winners In the log rolling contest !,
prostitution would contain zineb manelo show onlookers at Banker-Forestry Day how It should be done.
organized crime, corrupting because activist church groups captanor present. Lyn Woodward the Vice-
copper. President of the Florida !
and officials have been persistent in alerting Forestry
police '
government Association spoke about our future ,
insidious Many ready prepared
alike. voters to gambling's general-<, and : i'
wood demands predicted that the
impact on society and public purpose sprays) and dusts are demand for wood may double in our "

Texas proponents of gamblingare morality. Some 10,000 congregations apply according to recommendations Be sure to lifetime, while the acres of forestland ,LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.-.: !

pumping half a million dollars and leading clergymen and precautions on the label.You continues shrink. John Bethea the ... .J ,
Director' of the Florida Division of '"
the Anti- '
into their present campaign, and are supporting can expect best results If you! Forestry outlined our recent '. ; I,
a million or more has reportedlybeen crime Council of Texas in its campaign begin your control program early.' progress in timber production. and ,\1: : OI'KN:: : I.KTTKU: :" s,\\KOI.IM-\PITOI.: ) ; >:

allotted to the campaign in to defeat the gamblingNow Apply Insecticides at the first signs off' pointed (o problems! facing! iw in the iH-ur Voters1!! Deur l.lilo/: I ." I, I I'I'I I
when notice them
damage or you on future. 1
Florida.On is the time for opponentsin the plants. Fungicides weekly, \Vc nil know that the time is comingnear I would! like to urge )'mi and vnuV :
generally be applied at Tony Jensen the, stale' xtellbion: for us to go to our voting polls to rend.y'x, toilet-lime invoKert! in efforts n
the other'hand, opponentsof Florida to step up their attack. intervals Forester with the t'nivi''!ts VI t t'i
as a preventive measure ; vote for some of our (county it, .''alit'", MaN'Ciipitol ItuilrUng.
Unless they do, with a well- Florida' brought out m.r--.. ":. of
legalized gambling are mostly / commissioners. 'I lio I';//1 li'ijisl.iiiMsession I
church and civic organized and well,financed campaign Consider all pesticides as potential'poisons. limber in Florida lie said that the tiuiji, r.
non-profit the odds are in favor of They should be applied first limber to be utilized In the slate I hope that we will. till remember 1,01111 deride! the lute of our tatl''x
groups who have limited fundsat strictly according to the manu was not pine or cypress but was the our new I taxes we have and! the\vaywewere most historic Mruilui'c' : There" arc
of its
their disposal, and very little ,casino gambling, and all unsavory facturers precautions and recommendations wood of the live oak which was used all talked to when we went to the many reasons lor saving the:"old .
organized effort. fringe activities, being Always wash- vegfr!' to make wooden warships.. Accordingto tax mivting at (the courthouse last Capitol. It is the oldest existing state
sold to the people of Florida. tables from the garden thoroughly, !Mr.' Jensen the U.S.S. Constitution )'('11I'. capitol building in the South and one
Looks like l"Old Ironsides"* has its hull of the oldest" remaining capitol
Some idea of what Florida revealed is up The far-reaching corruption about over. our Most strawberry fields have season passed is ""O"'I'\I"t' III l Ihi'iHik, :tl!:! liu'hex thick. .Mas' we nil tote to get the kind of buildings In the. nation. Constructionon

against in this fight was uncovered in the their peak production pt.'opll'e have us county the building was begun in 18.19:
last week by an ex-mafia boss, related indictments 0'ambling'- some bloom and small even fruit though Is still After the speeches some contests i-ummlHKlonors, << now. out of office in. when Florida win still a territory. It
testifying by' long distance telephone showing. Our cool nights and mild were held on the'fairgrounds. Bill Ihl' coining election.*, Thank you all. furrow ly escaped destruction In the
cials in and Illinois, the
to the Florida House Maryland daytime' temperatures have our Prlmm. from the Bank of Madison. Citizen Civil War. Every: legislative and executive -
increased rate of teen-age growers hopeful that they may be able conducted a money-counting: contest. Law ley officer has served under this
i Select Committee on Organized gambling in New York and the to scrap some berries a couple weeks and Richard Schroeder and Hank 'iNiinii1 withhold/ on request.* famous dome and symbol of our state
Crime. mob infiltration into Atlantic City longer.There. Cochran from the Division of Forestry government. Prior to 1911 the State\
is also assisted with a log-rolling and log- Supreme, Court also ,met here. \
are only a taste of what is in store a possiblity that a few ?
"Fat Vinnie"' 'Teresa I now of the commercial fields will be sawing contest. After a fish-fry SREC Receiving 'J
Miami Beach and Florida. open ( historic
for soon that will conducted by the Florida Forestry 4 lore than factors support
living under a new identity in an Anyone who thinks these berries for U-P1CK-ERS.provide some Two of good the Association, the group loaded three Applications ForConat.Sttpervisor preservation and restoration of the

undisclosed location, recalled in activities can be contained in a fields that were open to the public "t busses and toured the Bradford Old Capitol Building. The economic

detail' how legislators, lawmen strip along Collins early in the season seem to be about Forest on. Container Corporations's reasons for restoring the old building
narrow
through property. where they witnessed the are sound,, The old Capitol contains
judges, and prosecutors from Avenue should listen to a play With the production.strawberry almost latest practices in management, and River Economic' nearly Hi.uoo< square feet of apace
season
every part of the state were "in back,of "Fat Vinnie's" testimony. over it appears that growers will saw some research under way by !theI'niverslty Council.The Suwannee Inc., serving Bradford. most of which can be retained. The.
is
of Florida building structurally sound
with
shave an average production concerning -a
year. Columbia. Dixie. Hamilton Lafayette
large of it
portion constructed
forestry. since
This that
means more berries were' Madison. Suwannee. and 1937.
i produced per acre this year than last. -r Union Counties. Is {
RID,1' CO4d but production has not closely Participants enjoyed the meeting.as cations for the position of construction* John L.Mica'
it enabled to hear what
Uhr ,approached yield records of 1.800 flats In everyone, and s supervisor, with an annual salary of State Representative.
going on forestry gave people'
'
'per acre set a few
years
ago. $10,000. District 39
Kt- tilijji a chance to renew acquaintances and .
One of the
t biggest
: owhws not getting yields I."that reasons we we aren't are 'meet newcomers In both forestry and R is preferred"tl at applicants havea

O 0 getting good plants of an acceptable banking. contractor'/license; if not, they
must posses a proven background In
for
It
variety our area. that
appears
ct we do not have a variety, at the construction work -and have the
oN BOB O. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLERPublishers present time that will yield a volumeof ability\ supervise and train others in
the construction field. The ability to
quality fruit. Growers still! have
r !
mixed emotions about the Florida- accurately make cost estimates Is

Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matterat ,Belle and the Sequoia is not yielding also required. ,
the Post Office at Starke, Fla under Act of March:: 3, 1019, dike It used to. Application FSES may local be made to the --- -e:...."
County 'or Community
There Is a unnamed ,
Subscription rate In trade aree '7'per year. M.six months.Outside that will be released new. and available variety In ,,Outreach Center" ,or to !the Suwannee One oatrich_the largest.. ,bird I
: Economic'Council. Inc., P.O. now livino-wstght as much a
trade area8 Per : '4" Six Months." limited quantities! this year I'm ,
year A' person 'who weighs Iu/.i "" !'LIve Oak, Fla. 32060. 48,000 bee hummingbird '
hoping Wp,(will have tome In this
.t Phone 004-6309 .. p'' a Starke, Florida 'and they win prove acceptable area and j" A pound on earth would weigh'. > date" .for applications Is- May the smallest' birds' in the.
world) ,
30 M.
adaptable.. More on thia'later. only pounds on the m an f' t ,


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y. r + rye Trison: ', Flower ShowMayJ.l, 12,13, ,; tl

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LLF + r F'? +l li ) Inmates who grow flowers at Union philodendron, orchids diffenbachia annual show. CertUfed Judges of the ,' '
t r 3' i5Ujt V lrslu (a'l Correctional Institution will display and landscape plants Vocational Florida Federation ef Garden clubs i|r
,.thlm at the nnuntjree" public show Instructor M.B. Jordan said a grower will ttKlse the work,as they have fora I' '
,., May 11, t2 and 13. tIIIf,prison club) recently donated what may be the number yean. i '"
tr hoUse. only Golden Boston Ferns In Florida, Jordan's goal .to to ensure that the 1
Nlf and.. and their allies will be fea and: they will also be on display. men have? a vocational skill for heir '
..-r w at the annual Inmate flower Quality of the show has drawn future before they return to the free I
show May 11, 12. and 13. several thousand obMrvcneacb year world. That goal: has been accomplished '
a A total M n types! or terns 13 for the last several years The abow many times. Since the I "
) hn + varieties 01 asparagus terns, and five will be the public from noon to program began 11 years ago more I '
varieties of selagineUa all raised by 'p.m.loll,'..m. tog p.m. May 13, than 200 men have taken jobs in horticulture '
i Inmates will be on display. The show and 9 .,m'.toMOD May 13 In a clubhouse and now range from em- ,'
n t 1 will alao I Include about 300 other across State Road 1C from the pees to foremen and owners he '
plants! bromellad Institution compound. '
llpedm beuM plants plantsIIn Thirty.Inmate horticulture students w.. (11'
i il onddg baskets, begonias. cacti, will show their best plants In the 18th Inmate. become' experienced In
I caring for a wide,variety of plants
I I collected by .Jordan, either by' :
purchase: or dourtlenr.The men learn n
Dr.L4)U'M( Richardson U.S.. D.C. the best technique for growing each
type of plant while preparing for the ,
1! Announces The Opening Of annual w. ;
Keystone Chiropractic OfficeAt The plants the men grow are used the f
SRi North landscaping ,and decorating
I various state Institutions. They are
Keystone Shops Suite 6 not sold to !the public
Pfione4734604 "

Flours 9amlpni; \ ; mud 3p.m. 6p.m.' 4 WO BUBAIM PICKUP T' .
4r er Brand New J Immedlats deKveiy\ -
t Man., 2W, Wed. & Fri. Pickups .. Station Wagons From
9a.m. l.p.m. Thursdays S4e8 PO.E '
VotthswageDtiaber.. ,
(E c1uded fume telephone book) WesteMe 1190 Lane Av*.6.Jeakaonwa. I

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Inmate prepare for the annual flower show at Union ._ "". ,,', ", : ;I" > v, .

4\. ', ':', Will Be Offered AtrY rY-- I,. '\ I 1,

Little Interest: Shown 1ft 4landJsePlans.y, ::' 't''iIradfnIhielArU/" r1

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(Bradford County wLll 'reside In' this : ..........:.. ......... '
Inclement weather or lack of Included on the land use plan map 'ante/ with. the"eouneij aboiit any ,:. .. V Ie at--- .......aI C.'GIIWI. "
interest have from for Institutional seethe post office, the. area .
may kept people minor changes the next, regular. Discussion .. ., .;. "
the Monday night, May 1, first public town hall the water works, Lawtey. 1eet1l1S, : about this area centered
tend use plan hearing for Lawtey Elementary School and 'various Bradford County land use plan map around the Keystone Heights airpark.. The Dates For These Classes Are May 8, 0,
Brooker and BradfordCounty. churches. Lawtey I. presently considering Zoning director L.M. Games said
Hampton was divided into the extreme south '
annexing the Lawtey -Correctional :asterrt. ,section nt. the county contrary to recent 'news reports : ;' 10, 15, 16,17: & 18th. :, "
Sparse attendance developed into : Institution area. Bubitrban SUrke .area and the rest ofUM Keystone or' Clay County cannot ,.
an Informal question and answerseaslon develop land that lies in Bradford } I' "
with North Central Regional Representing Hampton were mayor The uttybeasoru section it botundedhy > County.,Any industrial development'at The Classes. Start At 7:00 P.M.:And End AMQiOO: P.M.

Planning Council representative William Summers* ''councilman Clay County on the east, the Santa .. the the, airpark would have to be with -
consent of. .
Chuck Keister. Ernest Green and John Allen and. city: ''Fe Lake System on the ItoI west and Bradford County .
i
Keister explained the land use plans 'clerk Mary Lee Allen. .. the west by Atachua'County. In Gaines The second said.. ;_ } The Class )Limited To, Students., .., 'f; ,
which took almost a year to develop, The population living' in Hampton. 1978, title area ef the county contained'raghly'1,700 public bearing for IbeproPosed "
allocates land for future use by trying estimated at 469 people In 197s is projected people'It is ',expected: '.,1 land use plans. for Lawtey, The Registration Fee ,Is '1 "? : !i
Brooker' and Bradford )
Hampton : ,
'to anticipate future demands A land to increase to 630 by 1999.At the tide popuhttta wkfi increase.aA a feel ;:+.. .. r
use plan la not Intended to restrict use present it hi. estimated 1$ percent ef rate to the point, by MM,:it tenth- .. County.is set for MondayMay 15 7 '
but to act as a guideline for orderly the population ii. housed In con mated .one-third of the 'projected'11S.OOO ',<;p.m.In the in courthouse.the county commission. ,room F..r..WIM..15.1. i'r
growth within the county' said ventional single-family homes whilean people living,in unincorporated. '" r
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Keister: estimated 22.S percent housed in
Representatives from Lawtey mobile homes and'2.& percent is i1/
'mayor Marvin Rosier councilmanBen housed In multi-family dwellings.; In ":' '",'i'I ,IIt I
McCulley, Buster Bennett and 1995, it .is expected that 65 percent of '. 1J I; .#';, \ I ,v,
Robert Scott and clerk Lucille the people will be housed In'''conventional .. 1 ,
Shuford said the land use plan had single-family homes; 30 .. ., ', ''' !/
'. 11 ,u..r nI' -I1I"'w>v I)t ; 1,
been gone over several times at percent hi 'mobile homes, and 5
council meetings and with local percent In multi-family dwellings. '" M,# ,,, ,
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citizens at a public hearing.The group Council members said the required I : < i '!F' ,.{.; -
said they would be ready to adopt the public hearings had been held in : L'oI
land use plan after the final hearing Hampton and after any minor ';, ,
May 15 and before the July I, 1979! changes that needed to be made'they ,
deadline. The land use plan for Lawtey .f "
projects: there will be 900 people living Brooker was represented by 'town
In the town by 1905. There were an attorney Jesse Wolbert. He suggested
estimated 676 people In Lawtey In the narrative agree with the map In
f l978uThe' land use plan shows about 20 the' description of' tteGrleommetwlal\

......_-rt1 ''tBe ifit.hotviwiand ofland.11 lies} ,the lasslncatlon"lThe town for.; ,.,.are.peeled,....tnet'demand"lbr, commercial',' laeXv1.; v ,r,>,:,!.,; J y 6 1 "f wswr

land use plan recommends activities in Brooker will be'only'.
r. rf mobile homes not be mixed with conventional slightly higher than the demand

I,, single-family homes. existing today. Wolbert said he would ; I..



I I a, Renovation Planned'I<< ; ::<- '1'., \,.

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On BHS Cafeteria :
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i' Following a tour of the high school Education has .already approved the' i ,j, ,
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cafeteria Thursday April :27, Brad- project. :" ..
ford school: board members authorized ,
estiin Included$3,126 for' the
Design :

({tion with architect of construction the: cafeteria Craig drawing Salley for to proceed renova- 'site$70,605 work for ;remodeling$8,263: for and, demolition$60,760 for; answer our

demolition and new work.en air conditioning ,
I Salley was asked to come back to Y
the board May 15 with updated cost plumbing and,. ,,' electrical." '1
I estimates after the tour. Salley said Renovation will 'Include .lowering
the changes would probably not alter the ceiling,' closing ini'tiwvwladaiws.: : :.:: f'icii'r1 ? jsxi
'the remodeling estimates from 'the enclosing the hallway. {raat'lhthand'' ." : : ''.*
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$142,693 already Itemized room; creating a newstorageroom'and 'I I Sf
rearranging the ,
Funding for the proposed renova ,.kitchen.area. ", ".,ij

ton will come from state school: construction The new kitchen: 'equipment'wiltallow .';>. *?i.>*.?V'.": :* ". .'
funds, only a portion of a fast food operation after the K' '>!-. t'''' ,
which can be used for renova tlon. The renovation Is complete.Parents ...
majority of state construction funds

must be board used started for new on construction.The the cafeteria. Oppose safety record is unequaled in industry Andf|

with a $92,000 cost figure and okayed '
expenditure 6f 100000. But the board it has proved to be economical. ?'
has wound up now with a $142,000 Sehoot'Breakfast '
.figure to which architect fees of six FPUs three nuclear power plants already
percent must be added and.equipment t -
purchased. 'j have demonstrated the viability of nuclear
Bradford school breakfast
A County
Casey said the board will receive' program does not seem t*, be a possibility F4 power.' Last year alone, they generated one=
'some $180.000 which can be used on according, to-. surveys 1
renovation)and that estimated costs answered by parents of*school-age: S iiiiiwrr.IN' third of our electricity and saved bur cus- ,
of renovating' the cafeteria lire children throughout the county.
approaching that now. '. ('' tamers $lSO.million imported oil costs. ; itstw"
The majority of parents In all '
June 8 at 4 p.m; was set for bid the -- '
openings. Salley said this would allow schools opposed the' breakfast But no one source of energy is the
time for the renovations to be completed ,,",gram. Presently only Brooker *

., during the summer and be breakfast Elementary program has parent for .tuden.organized-The ", Iu the past; natural l gas nd ithaye'.q., ""easy, answer.. '< i
for school opening In
September.ready He said: no delay is anti- program.survey will. have no bearing on that, / been: called; 'easyenergyT:; Because they*.. i ;So FPLt with other power companies;

rated since the State Department of their ; continues to search for'neweneigyv.tech' ; '
; seemed easily accessible, and supply1'6 : ;,
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,endless J. ,'." noldgies while it works with'a careful bak'aricdof .

' ; ; ,2 : fossil fuels- don't. come; ':' today' sources *Ip.ssure you
"I MEVEIREALIZED.H'W 'i. :J:4 r ,But]these two T't prpven

:'.MiCH THEY N" ; r'r'easily;' nyinQr In fact;.we'are running out'. av ." 'w reliableeconomical:; ,'

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t;: Few people'do'realize how many"'unseen details -;;'' ;ti t : ,.. SOw need alter' i 'futurjer,' .

are 'necessary for 'even the, simplest
;f funeral serv l'e. ,At'our firm capable hands : natives to help meet : :!
trained In a long tradition of personal service 'J. Ia Flbirid: ..\&,./;need' -' > '.r yf
handle these scores of details with quiet ,.i( : .:,19tenergy: f .-<< *j
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i thoughtfulness: No service1'\is too simple-to "iJ : i fr.I I 1.1 1 ;Nuclear 1 "e tle"rgy' isi 1/ : '>: '/

:. command all their attentive and'' understanding .f'"' ,," :'t.. 1.tnefpe8etoftiaflti.Uiefuel' I '
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'ca e. ; S'. ) i ,on 'O u. eseJTbdayit&m ,' '
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: iii, as much energy a tag st.,; ..c l tvay.t>f ; "- ,L ;;:r;l' 'i 1tlfod /,
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. Commission Asks Weight Limit Enforcement r---- -


Concerned with overloaded trucks to Increase manpower to enforce following last months, county
tearing up county roads Bradford posted 50,000 pound weight rettrlc- commission meeting and had been
I assured the Florida
County Commlwionera Monday, May lions.Keddish Highway Patrol
I,gave sheriff Dolph Reddish the nod said he had made Inquiries weight division would take care of the
problem in the county. He said he had +, V f fk i
also contacted an adjoining county
and was offered the loan of a set of

BCDE (PflgtfEC J 0fIJrnl weight Something scales.has to be done now,"

starkM Own said commissioner Dave Shuford He
138 East Call St. Bakery 964.5890Don't said he witnessed 29 Ilmerock trucks

l Saturday passing through Lawtey on
r SR225. Shuford said the truckers

Forget Mother On Her DayMOTHER'S and drive past the welt needed.restriction signs

Reddish said he would get some-
thing done on a limited basis on SH-18
f between Brooker and Graham and
DAY .' May 14. SR-229 borrowed by this scales.Commissioners weekend. with the eel of a

I discussed it would.
not take long before all the truckers
knew the county Intended to enforce !
the load limits.
'p "The loudest squeal gets the oil,"
MMM//, 1 7 commented county attorney Dudley

f Hardy, Huge Old Oak Tree Is Victim Of High Winds
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CityHallBids Mrs.John W. Sutherland examines an oak tree estimated The tree fell tearing down the power ILte and doing about
to be about .U yea,.old estimated .Moaday night. $3410 damage to two trucks: parked nearby A car parked next
The old oak elf Morgaa Rd by the Sutherland's to the tree suffered no damage and a truck parked between
Await Loan Ok neighbor Clarence Moore to be over 100-yeara-old stood two forks of the oak was not hit "We were fortunate no one
between 80-lW feet asp.had a diameter excess of S feel, but was InJured" said Mrs. Sutherland '
also had a "Iow.tllllle
\ Bids on a new Starke City Hall were Mn.Sutherland.'W....and her family were In the house High winds were reported over the area north of Starke
A postponed until the next regular only a short distance away when they heard a "horrible and around Lawtey Monday afternoon but little damage was
O'ITII4Il1lN'1,1'Gh' council meeting Tuesday May UI, at nobe" about s:30 p.m, and thought It was a porch blowing reported except for some limb and trees knocked down by
7:10:: p.m. to allow time for a definite away and were surprised to see the tree down. spotty gale force winds. "

r Many/ local artirta, and crafliman hews placid ,Mar, financial committment from a local
kt, work with til. W. have pottery" oil, acrylic and bank
Architect Don Morgan told council Students Classmates
Pay Respects to
,1. watercolor pclnlmoa' tAiatom muds'lurnilura and
members Tuesday night he would be ,
snips,macram*belt*and plant' ".ng.,..|j..I. and holding a pre-bid conference next
aiaorlmant ol other'' hand made gill, llaml Tuesday. May 9, at 4 pm. in the city

ball Interested to discuss bidders an alternate with Killed in Go-CartAccident

Morgan said eliminating the police "
Things Perfect Forlorn department from the main building Crowding the First Baptist Church Charles Odom, 8.crowded the rooms Sean Moore, of West Palm bcucn,
would cut off about l.Doo square feet Bradford Middle School students of Archer-Tanner Funeral Home to Carolyn Sapp,Kimberly Sapp and the
By Hand from the 7,200 square feet originally gathered tearfully for the funeral of pay their respects to their classmate, driver Joe Allen Sapp of Starke.
planned and he expected to cut the their friend Leslie William Morris, from Starke Elementary. The FLIP reported Ronald Gary
( # Certificate' bids from $238.0(10( to around $210,000 who was killed In a go-cart accident Leslie and Charles were killed Williams of Gainesville was traveling
lie added other Interior and exterior Saturday along with Charles Phillips Saturday when the go-cart in which easts miles west of Starke on SK-ltt
Items were scaled down, but would Odom. they were riding pulled out from a straddling the center line. Sapp was
e Good For Merchandise. Or Classes still leave a good looking building that The entire BMS band attended the private drive on West Market Road westbound on SR-16 and seeing' the*
would not be grandiose funeral of their 13-year-old drummer, and was struck by a pick-up truck. Williams vehicle on the wrong side of
The architect said he would go over and at the front of the church was the driven by Philip Remain Wilson of the road and drove near the northside
with prospective bidden both a base flowers they had sent,arranged in the Starke, Florida Highway Patrol shoulder OH far as possible The Flit
NEW CLASSES NOW STARTING bid on the 7,200 square feet and an shape of a drum set. reports said No charges have been reported Sapp lit the last minute
Macrame' Rub-Out BY alternate of 6,400 square feet. Earlier In the day, .friends of filed against Wilson. applied the brakes and drove to the
\\ r2J ,..y ---" Charles was a native of Live Oak.Leslie left in an attempt to miss the Williams
Beginning Art < < />/> V' was born In Macon, Ga and vehicle. Williams drove to the right in
St. Edwards Church Hall
6 [ Every Saturday 8:00: P.M. was In the eighth grade at BMS. an attempt to miss the Sapp vehicle
Water Color
& J j--) The Florida ,Highway Patrol in- Both hit head,on straddling the center
vestigated an accident about 10 p.m. line.
150 W Call St Starka 984-7792 BINGO Friday, April 28, in which five people Williams was..charged: with failure
were Injured. to drive within a single lane The Fill'
J 411 N. Tem le Ave. Starke, Fla. Annette Moore of West Palm Beach estimated both vehicles were totaled.
remained in Bradford County The FHP reported April 28,one mile
\ Hospital Tuesday in satisfactory south of Starke on US-3UI a vehicleowned

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through the carburator and caught
FFA BanquetOn fire Damage was estimated at $50 to
the Hudson vehicle
A motorist spotted a burning
Tap May 11 vehicle belonging to Harold Norman
of Starke that apparently caught fire
j. The Annual Future Farmers of parked on the property of G.L. Mrlck
rw.JJVTJRQD UCING, 4'h' ,:.> America banquet will be held land.,3,4 miles west of Lawtey. TheFill'
4 -1 Thursday. May 11, In the Starke. reported the 1976 Chevrolet
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Elementary CafeteriA.i" >waitto4arly: destroyed: ]Normtin
...... Speaker at the banquet Is Mitch said he had parked thu vehicle about 7
;< { Sands, regional vice-president p.m. and it was spotted at 11:111:: )
Awards will be given to. the out- burning from the front
M standing chapter farmer, the outstanding Roosevelt Carroll, Jr. of Hampton
OFFSET ,;j.. senior, the outstanding was charged with no drivers license
PRINTINGL : greenhand and to honorary members, no tag and careless driving In on April
that have contributed to the organization 30 accident. The KIIH reported
such as businessmen and Carroll and Tedrick Brown or
farmers. Hampton were traveling east on S1MH
The banquet, which used to be a when Brown slowed down piepuiing
While You Wait! ;, father-son banquet, is now a parent. to make a left turn Carroll failed to
$ nThat's member banquet because of the addition stop running Into the rear. of the
: -, ..... of girls into FFA. Brown vehicle.
'I', : Damage estimates were$''50 to the
'I "& Brown vehicle and $::100 to the Carroll
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Right. : ': Starke Police vehicle.
'\" "' Starke police reported Wendy Jot
f ;- Arrest Two Durling 12. of Starke was! hit April a.
(tt- Bring Your Camera Ready Copy J;< ,' a":' on a bicycle after failing to stop for u
: Starke police arrested Monday local stop sign at Jackson Street. Out'ling
resident Joseph Nelson, 22, and was admitted to Bradford Countv'
And Will charged him with grand theft auto Hospital treated and released .April[
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and arson after stealing a truck from 28. Police reported James Arnold
.Town and Country Motors In April. Newman of Pompano Beach was
Also arrested was an unidentified headed south on Water St when the*
17-year-old Starke male. Owners accident occurred.
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Paper the Town and Country reported the
1974 GMC pickup was stolen April 21. In another accident April 27. l lotti
The truck valued at $2.ooo was discovered liellany \\illits of Luke Butler was
WhiIeYauwai !111! on fire in a wooded area off southbound on US-3U1 In the outside
.: Geiger Road the same day. lane when Vera flair Adams of Starke
Investigation Is still continuing ac- northbound on :tui attempted a left
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Ifl UtflTUAKIJES Jacksonville mayor i o SpeakJacksonville's .
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I". staled he accepted Jesus as his pe... ehod; :UI
I "x'" \ Major Ham O. sonal Savior threeyears ago and sine
I LamarS".,. Charles Phillips Odom Tanzler will bo the guest speaker) that time, his life and the life of his All the of the youth playing mlnltur golf last Friday! 1
Ralph Lamar Shaw 39, a Bradford Charles Phillips Odom 8. of Starke the Starke Chapter of the Full GospelBusinessmen's .set family has not been the same. thoroughly enjoyed the spring group Teen evening: Mrs.. Dot Denton, Mrs. Sybil ;f
; County native died Tuesday morning died Saturday, April 29, from Injuries Fellowshipdinner Reservations are necessary for the Banquet sponsored by the United Dempsey. M... Dimples Overstreet, ,
.. in an Orange park hospital of a heart suffered In an accident. Saturday,, May 1:1.: at A p m. It will beheld dinner portion of the meeting and may Methodist Women In the fellowship Trade Denton Tammy Dempsey,
attack, A second grade student at Starke lit the Starke Golf and Country br made by calling Norman Rivers, hall last Saturday evening, April 29. Anne Loper, Catrell Overstreet.
C An; Orange Park Jacksonville Elementary, Master Odom is survived Club. three miles east of Stark on SHrid. ?Z5.I 76. Ed Longnecker 473-2702. or During the weekly meeting last Krlsty Johns, Donna Thornton. Kelly
I i real estate developer In recent!! years. by his parents Mrs. and Mrs. J. : he the Morning Sun Health and Food Sunday April 30. the snack supperwas Carver, Jennifer Johns, Georgia
I I'Shaw grew-u from Bradford County, Charles Odom Sr. of Starke; two Mayor of Jacksonville since 1907 FloridaLeague Store 904-8976. served by Mrs. Grace Page and LeCaln, Cathy Lancaster Angela
graduating Bradford High brothers, John Charles Odom and has served at president of the Ticketsarcs.SD and may be paid at Mrs. Lucille Godwin, Epps and Theresa Futch. ,
School in 19M. The family maintains William Odom Shumer both of of Cities president of the Na the door. Reservations are requested Junior Youth; The Junior Youth Senior Youth: The Senior Youth will '
/a home at Lake. tional League of Cities, and board Friday, May 12. be conducting the
services Starke; paternal grandparents are byPersons will hold a yard sale at the First morning worship
member of the United States Conference -
Funeral scheduled unable to attend the dinner service at 11 this
s are at Mr. and J.D. Odom of Starke; and United Methodist Church on am. Sunday
': 11 a.m. tomorrow (Friday May 5)) in maternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. of Mayors. are welcomed to the speaking portionof Saturday, May 6 from 10 a.m. until 2 morning, May 7. will .
of the First
member
Tanzler is presentation
Rivermeade Blanding Chapel on SR. J.M. Graham of Live Oak. a the meeting at no charge which p.m. Coffee and doughnuts sale! for the include a special by the
.' 21 In Orange Park Burial will be in Funeral services were held Baptist Church of Jacksonville. lie begins at 7 p.m. Children's Home was a successful youth entitled "The Sign of Jonah"

c\ Kingsley Lake Cemetery. Monday, May 1, In the Archer-Tanner event last Sunday morning as the I
M I Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Madison St. Sets Revival May 714The youth collected'25 for their gift to the First Christian
Patricia Ann Beecher Shaw of Roman Alvarez officiating. Burial Children's Home.
Kingsley Lake and Orange Park; was in Crosby Lake Cemetery. Madison Street I&tptlst Church In addition to revival Sunday will The following youth and counselors by Arlrlte Love I
three tons: Ralph L. "Marty" Shaw Invites you to Revival Services he Homecoming at Madison Street enjoyed an evening of fellowshipSt. The First Christian Church '
II, 16, Jeff Shaw, 13, and MIchael starting Sunday Morning May 7-14. Baptist. There will be a covered congregation had two guest speaker
Shaw 11, all of Orange Park. a Mils Annie Belle with Rev. Carl' Franklin as basket dinner and all friends are Edward's News Lay Sunday April 30.
brother Eugene F Shaw, of Starke; Robinsen,74Miss .. Evangelist.Each Invited to share in the services and The morning menage on Epheslan > }
two sisters: Mrs. Geraldine Bennett Annie Belle Robinson, 76, died evening service will be held at dinner The Convention of the St. Augustine 5:15-20: was given by Deacon Steve t
of Jacksonville and Mrs Shirley Wednesday. April 27, in Alachua 7:30: p.m. Rev. Franklin Is a chalk Diocesan Council of Catholic Women Wright. The evening mystery speakerwas
Johns of Starke; his mother Mrs. Ida General Hospital. artist and will be drawing In each 'I', was held at .the Sheraton Inn, Palm Elder M.A. Williams who drew t '
Mae Conner Shaw of Starke. Born April 29. 1901 In Melrose Miss service. These pictures will be given Hope BaptistThere Coast. Florida April 23 26. his sermon tent from Psalms 11:9.;
Shaw was a member of the First Robinson lived for 40 years In East away at each evening service. Representing St. Edward's Altar This will be a busy week for the .r
Baptist Church of Starke, a memberof Palatka where she was a school Rev Carl R. Franklin, pastor of, Society at this Convention were: Mrs. congregation as Homecoming Is
the Clay County Development teacher and moved back to Melrose Calvary Baptist Church of SL will be a Gospel Sing at the Anne Samons. outgoing President of Sunday May 7. All former members
Authority, the Jacksonville HomeBuilders four year* ago. She was a member of Augustine Florida was born in Hope Baptist Church Friday, May., the Gainesville Deanery; Mrs. and friends are invited to Join the
Association the American the Eliam Baptist Church at Melro e. Birmingham, Alabama. at. 7:30 pm. Antoinette Cons Altar Society president morning worship at 10-45: a.m. and to (
Appraisal Institute, and. the Florida Survivors Include one brother He has a BA Degree from Samford and newly elected vicepresidentof remain for the covered dish luncheonto
Board of Realtors. Elwell Robinson of Melrose; two University In Birmingham, and The Lovett the Gainesville Deanery; Mrs. be p.m. A time of singing
attended New Orleans Baptist Brothers and their Mary Humphries member of the Diocesan fellowship
and
The family Is establishing a sisters Reda Robinson and Maggie families will be held after the
will be the
memoriam with the Heart Disease Stelncrt both of Melrose, five nieces Theological: Seminary, New Orleans featured singers. Board: Mrs. Mary Cissy, past meal since the evening service has I
Louisiana for two and half antiis Refreshments will be served at the of the East Coast Deanery .
Research Foundation, 963 Essex 'and four nephews.Funeral years close president ; been cancelled.
In large demand as a speaker andas of the service. The church Is Mrs.Josephine Cumber, Mrs. Cecelia
Street Brooklyn. NY 11208, where. In services were held Friday located The Young Christian Women's
lieu of flowers donations may be sent. morning April 28. at graveside in an evangelist. on highway too between Richards Mrs. Claire Brunetti and group has planned an active month i I!
,, Melrose Cemetery with Rev. Blaine The revival music will be led by Keystone Heigths and Starke. Mrs. Gerry Phillips.Mrs. for May. Presently they are
Allen officiating. DeWitt C. Jones William George, Minister of Music of Carol Ashllne and Mrs.Dolores ., sponsoring a drive to buy twenty new
\ Funeral Home of Keystone Heightswas Madison Street Baptist Church. There The program will be under the Meng attended the Tuesday hymnals for the church sanctuary.
in charge of arrangements. will be special music presented In direction of the Minister of Music outdoor Mass held at the Palm Coast Free will donations an aluminum
each service by the Adult and Youth Franklin Nazworth. The pastor and Yacht Club and the business meetingand drive and a spaghetti supper are Just .
Leslie Morris. 13 Choirs, and special singing groups. congregation extend a cordial invitation Convention Brunch before a few of the projects that the group "If';
Leslie William Morris 13, of SR-16 All are invited to come and share in to the public to attend this ser spending the day with friends at the has chosen to raise the money for the
westwas killed Saturday evening Henry Schubt 84 the blessings of 'thin Revival vice. Sheraton. hvmrmls. I
April 29, In a car-go-cart accident on Mr. Henry Schubcr age 84, of ".
West Market Road near SR-16. Clover Lane In Keystone Heights, died,
Born Sept 3, 1964 'in Macon suddenly at his home Tuesday Ji
Georgia Master Morris was an 8th morning. Born In the Panama Canal
grade student at Bradford Middle Zone, January 11, 1894, he had movedto COME TO THE GREAT
School and a member of the First. Keystone Heights in 1985[ from .{ :
Baptist Church. Schenectady N.Y. He was a retired -
Survivors include his mother Mrs. Chemist, and was a member of St. 11
Jean Bush Morris of Starke his Williams Catholic Church. '
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father, Bobby ,M. Morris of Tucker Survived by one daughter Mrs. \\ // ;
Ga.; two sisters: Lisa Morris and Mary Watts of Schenectady N.Y.;
Melanie Morris both of Starke; one brother, James Schuber of Pick Fresh s I
!maternal grandparents Mr and Mrs. Naples Fla; two grandchildren;
several nieces'and
Don Bush of Starke; paternal grandmother nephews.
Mrs. Bonnie Reeves of The Rosary-Vigil, Service will be
Dothan Ala., and -' recited at 8:30: p.m.... Thursday
Mrs. Mattie Grin of evening in the DeWitt C. Jones
cottonwood, Ala. Funeral Home Chapel at KeystonelIeights'
The funeral mass will be at 9
Funeral services were held Monday
afternoon. May 1, In the First Baptist a.m. Friday morning in St. Williams
Church with Rev. Ben P. Bryant and Catholic Church with Father Michael : Sal.e
Rev., Charles R. Swartz officiating. Williams officiating. Following '
services the remains will be shippedto 1
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Burial was in Crosby.Lake Cemetery. !
Washington. D.C. for burial In Mt.
peW itt C. Jones Funeral Home was In : .
of Olivet Cemetery DeWitt C Jones
charge arrangements.
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Mrt.Marie LaMonda.SO Mr*.Violet Thomas.64
Mrs.' Marie Wren LaMonda. 60. of Mrs. Violet Horne Thomas, 54,
Orlando died Wednesday afternoon widow of K.L. Thomas died suddenly Store for Produce
April'26In Mercy Hospital in. Thursday f'temOl'hprt'f( /' ,;'{.II}". "
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nBcJrr moved to Orlando In 1957[ Georgia,, Mrs.' Thomas .
She was a member of the Starke for 47 years. She was a '
First Baptist Church In Ft. Lauderdale member of the Woodman Circle and a.
and a member of the RhinestoneC.B. member of the Church of Christ. T. '
Club of Orlando. Survivors Include one daughter, 1'T. : ;
Suvivors include her husband, Mrs. Barbara McLendon of Grand
Herbert C. LaMonda of Orlando; one Isle La.; one brother. Milton Home of R 0' -
son. William f. Wren of Brandenton, Folkston, Ga.; three sisters: Mrs }
and one granddaughter. Pearl Thomas of Jacksonville, Mrs, :
Funeral :'Ju vices were held Edna Mae Williams of Starke and :
Saturday afternoon, April 29 in the Mrs. Inez Crawford of Hilliard, and -
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in Starke with four grandchildren.Funeral .
Elder T.C. Williams and Elder Wilbur services were held Sunday
Dyess officiating. Burial was In the afternoon, April 30. In the DeWitt C. 'qJ)
family plot in Kingsley Lake Jones Chapel with Jack P.M. Bell
Cemetery. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral officiating. Burial was In Crosby Lake ,' ; SUPERMARKETSAVI '
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thoughts and deepest appreciation to bereavement. SAVI JOO-FREtM FLORIDA ,
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many' thanks to each Of you. 'sorrow will always remain. with us as save '8'."".." 'LOlliDA YILLOW '
.The Mitzel Family a precious memory. Squash 4 SloO it
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At the P.T.A. meeting on April 25. dates for the 1978-79 PT.A. calendarand The tour will emphasize the the background with tempera and vaccine. Parents who live in the White Dianne Wdod, and Melanie.
Mrs. lye Jean Harrell. teacher to establish date and site for the Tlmucuan Indian exhibit with |Ite then each child will have a chance to Southslde School: area are urged to Wood,
Installed the new officers for the 1978- 1978 Halloween Carnival. various display to show the children make a cutout such as a bird flower, participate: In early registration for '
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79 school year.The new officers with a Principal Dewey McKinney likenesses and differences between butterfly or animal to place on the kindergarten of their qualified Ll'SC11 IESU18" \
bit of background for each Introduced two new members of the the way we live and the way the scene. children. :\ ".lallOSD,1YHot' ;
President: Mr Bob Ferguson teaching staff at Southaide Mrs. Indians lived with respect to food, On Monday. April 24, Mrs. Elaine
parent, served as P.T.A. president Darlene Hobbs Brown kindergarten clothing, shelter and tools. The Wood's and Mrs. Donna Hartley's In Mrs, Sandra Duncan's fifth grade : dog on bun !
during the current 1977-78 school teacher, and Mrs. Carolyn Taylor children are to bring a sack lunch class had a special visitor John Dean, the following students made the A- cabbage claw baked beans, peaches. \
term. He I II one of the owners and substituting for first grade teacher drink will be provided amMbey will the European Golden Gloves honor roll: Cheri Foster Ronaland milk. "
operators of the Bradford County Mrs.Laura Boyles.who Is on leave of picnic In the park following the tour. Champion visited with the classes Lennon and Melanie wOOd. On the A- n'ESD.\Y-Turkey 'I" gravy, '
Telegraph; his wife Mary Agnes absence due to illness, Mr. McKinney Southside boys' physical fitness and talked about his boxing. He told B honor roll are Pat Barber, Jan mashed potatoes turnip greens,apple /
Ferguson teaches Kindergarten at pointed out that Mrs. Taylor, who turn team placed first for the third the students many Interesting things Brooks,Rhonda Cason, Pam sauce biscuit milk, >
Soutmlde: they have three children. become a teacher In our county,was a consecutive year in the meet held at about boxing. The students were Edward Kimbril Greg GooIsbS 'lmESDChl.ken: and '
Bob Is a former teacher at BUS and former P.T.A. president at South lde. BUS track on April 22. The girls' team surprised to learn that Mr. Dean's day Donald Thornton Lee noodles tomato wedge peas and i
his father, V.E. Ferguson, retired The musical part of the programwas placed second. The boys won the tug.iII.war starts at 4'30: am. with mile Diane Wood. Those students with carrots pineapple upside down cake, ,
was also a BUS teacher and former a huge success with parents game which was staged at the run. Mr Dean gave the stunts his perfect attendance for this 6-weeks cheese toast, milk, ;
principal at Brooker Elementary teachers, and students enjoying end of the meet Mrs. Kathy IteUler autograph and the students wished period are Pat Barbar.. Robbie Boone TIIl'RSU.Pizza, tosead 'salad, ,:'
participating in and watching the and Mr Jim Lewis, physical; ,him much luck in the IBDO Olympics Kim Brown Raymond Coney Linda buttered: corn pineapple tidbits, milk."'1'
Vlc.Presldent': Mrs. JoAnn Children' operetta. The Sleeping education instructors are In: the: Of special Interest to parents who DeWitf, Pam Goolsby Edward H nm'-Turkey Mfi<'tarh) _;I
Jordan. parent, married to Capt. Beauty. Much time and effort was process of having tryouts for the have children who will enter kindergarten Kimbril, Rosaland Lennon. David macaroni and heelll"o'Ileamed" *
Wayne V. Jordan: they have three spent by Miss Esther Casas music softball teams among the students of this fall for the school term of Little Greg Nazworth, Lisa Spivey. cabbage,pears, peanut butter cookie. ;'
children.She attended U..of S. Floridaand teacher. In organizing, practicing the fourth and fifth grades in preparation 1978II the time for early Donald Thornton, Barry Warren, Lee milk, ,\ >II'
South Georgia College. She Is and arranging for prop Miss Casas for the Softball tournament on registration of the students. The weekof --
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active In the Title I Parents'Advisory would like to thank the following: May 20. May 15-19 is set for kindergarten A
Meetings, having been selected Marilyn Bradberry pianist; Alan In Mrs. Vicki Beat's third grade registration at Southalde Elementary Aluminum Recycling Each. Tuesday at Square t |
secretary of this committee. Mrs. Henry sound; Kathy Bogle spotlight .congratulations are In order for Chris School. To be sure a child will have a II
Jordan bas represented South lde ; JoAnn Wallace Stage designand Hall Pam Clark Michael Davis Pam place In one of the classes, and before i
School and Bradford County In a program; Badock Furniture bed Jefferson Myron Lewis and Jackie they are too full to accept more Items" *
number of District and State Title I and thrones; Roster's Nursery Nguyen for passing the multiplication students parents are urged to During May Starke's ecology- clean all-aluminum. be redeemed i
meetings. palms. Miss Casas' mother, Mrs. tent.The bent citizens of the week are register their children this time. By minded citizens will receive 17c a at a slightly lower price j
Secretary: Miss. Shirley Johnson Carmen Casas who .la a teacher of Johnnie Clark, Myron Lewis, Angela doing this, the child will be able to go pound from Reynolds Aluminum ,
teacher I Is now finishing her first full Spanish at one 01 the middle schools in Syssklnd, Shilynn Chaff Sherri directly to his room In the fall without Recycling Company for their clean, When the mobile unit Is'filled. It returns '"
year of teaching at South lde in the West Palm Beach, took two day Carlton. Nanette Perry. Jackie having to wait In those long lines that household aluminum. to a Reynolds Aluminum''I I .
position of fifth grade Title I reading personal leave to attend the play as Nguyen and Tammy Lynn form on the first day of school.To Recycling Plant to unload. A
teacher. She lives In Lawtey guest of her daughter. At the Mrs.Darlene Brown's kindergartenclass register the child must be at Every Tuesday (Except May 30, magnetic separator removes any
graduated from BHS In 1971,attended: ; conclusion of the' program 'Mr. took a walk-and-explore trip least five years of age on or before due to the holiday) from 9:30: a.m. to steel beverage cans that might be in
Santa Fe Community College McKinney presented to Miss Callas a down Colley Road to the bridge over January I, 1979 and the parent must II am., the mobile aluminum the load. The aluminum is then
Valdosta State College and U. of Fla. plant and flowers from the Southslde Alligator Creek. Chaperoned by Mrs. bring to the school office: U)a copy of recycling unit will be 'at Bradford shredded Into popcorn-size: chip.
:Miss Johnson has a degree In Speechand staff and P.T.A. for her outstandingwork Linda Smith and Mrs Lynn Ward the the child's birth certificate, (2) proof Square,front of TG&Y Store, U.S. 301 ready to be loaded into boxcars. .
Elementary Education. In music with the students this children, under direction of their of a physical examination by a South (837 S. Walnut St.) ,
Treasurer: Mrs Carol Clark year. teacher observed the changes of the medical doctor on the form provided The boxcars transport' the aluminum '
teacher Is married to Irving Clark. Parents should expect report cards season, saw' the fish In the creek and by the school office or the Bradford Reynolds pays 17 cents a pound for chips to Reynolds smelting
Jr, registered pharmacist.They have to come home today May 4, for all were much taken with tasting the County Health Clinic and ((3)) an up. aluminum beverage cans and other plants. At the smelting plants. the
two children and live In Bradford grades except Kindergarten Their honeysuckle blooms to-date Immunization record which clean househouse aluminum Items metal is melted down and cast into
..CountIrs.. Clark attended reports will come at the end of the Mrs. Vicki McKlnney's first grade must show: 3 polio doses, 4 DPT such as pie pans foil frozen food and aluminum ingots The Ingots are used
Tallahassee Community College and school year. class I is presently Involved in creating'a doses 1 dose measles vaccine 1 dose dinner trays dip pudding and meat nationwide In the production of new I
graduated from IT. of Fla. She is On Friday May 12, at 9 a,m. all colorful mural. They are painting rubella vaccine, and 1 dose mumps containers Certain other types of aluminum products '
currently assigned as grade three- Southside fifth graders will go to the 1
four Title I reading teacher at South- Middle School fort' an orientation
vide program, In preparation to their
The following people have agreed to entering there next school year
serve as P.T.A. chairpersons for the On Tuesday evening. May 16, at 7
1978-79 school year: ,Projects: Mrs. p.m. the South lde Citizens' School .
Sue Little and Mrs. Donna Gruen; Advisory Committee will meet in the
Membership: Barbara Brown; cafeteria to discuss and review the FOOD piCKpanbry
Refreshments! : Linda Alday; 1977-78 school budget. Recommendations
Devotional: :Mrs Marjorie Murphy; will be asked for concerning the
and Nursery: Mrs. Buleah Lennon. 1978-79 budget. There will also be
discussion of the CTBS test scores if
There will" be a meeting on Tuesday they are available by this time FAIR
evening. :May 23. at 7 p,m. in the On Wednesday, May 17, the two first
school library of the P.T.A. for grades of Mrs. Verna Schmidt and
incoming and outgoing officers. This Mrs Carolyn Canova will visit the pride !
time will be used to discuss and set Florida State Museum In Gainesville.


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I Family to Move in Their Home-made Log CabinA a SENIOR' CITIZENS l


There are> nursiotf home) Bernard McPadden, Santa Pa !

Bro ... The logs all red heart ombudsman commute In each of College Senior Citizens Community f1 .
< are
small of
,yellow cat sits In a beam "
the II district In the State of Florida.
sunshine coming through the back cypress, noted for Its strength and ... ". Project spoke to us and will I interview t
doer. Beverly Padgett sits In the front because termites do not infest It. /..,< 'l- 1Vlp" Our NHOC Is located In District: 3,2002 pel'lClOllO years plus who would like
N.W 13*St. Gainesville- coven 10 participate a number of .
room of her new log cabin, amid the In
18 counties. Alachua '
The Padgett's got their design from : Bradford, academic offered at the 'If '
of wood and and
piles paneling
I Columbia Dixie GUchrlst, Hamilton Bradford High School. Go see
a company In North Carolina that
sawdust and talks to
a neighbor. sells log home kits, but they didn't LafayettoiMadlaon,Taylor and Union Bernard or call I 9644389. These
Her husband Elwood Padgett began order a kit because of the high cost. Counties There are 19 nursing homes courses are free. .
work on his dream home February, According to Beverly the house will In District: 3. In this election year, we must 1'
and by the looks of things, they will be have cost about a,000 when complete.The Because of the furor engendered by Inform the senior citizen, the public .1..I
moved In by their anniversary April the bad reputation garnered by the and our elected officials: of our
Nursing Home Industry before andrter alarm because of the State ,
29, Beverly said. roof I* a, new material called Increasing
the Second White
Onduline, made by Gold Kiel The House of Florida's failure to adequately /*
She says her husband likes natural material has a 25 year guaranty Conference on Aging, in the newspapers respond to the need of our low ff
things and "old country living" and against leaks, has a coolant It and and books,teindignationnotot Income elderly. ,
had always wanted to live In a log resists heat When It rains, the drops Loving Greed" and t We must impress on our legislators, :
bouse. He came to her and asked how make a "sleepy sound" that' not the elderly relatives, friends and the need to establish an Ad Hoc
she would like log cabin and her firstthoughtl loud as a tin roof, Beverly said.* as national,state and local organizations Committee on Aging in the Florida
were"Oh how cute It woult of Senior Citizens; Governor Askew Senate such as has already been
bel" The walls are six Inches wide./'J'OUnd appointed State Nursing Home. established in the House. j
Ombudsmen and district
and flat the committeesto
the outside other
on on ,
From meetings of the Health and
Elwood moved his wife and three three sides. "Six Inches of wood is quot..Dllcover Investigate and
children from their home on Bayless like 30 Inches of brick," Beverly said, determine the existence of abuse and Rehabilitation Service we have been ,,
neglect In Nursing Home informed that no more fund are
any facility
Highway and when asked 'about Insulation.
began building the They
and available for Title 3 and 7 of the Older
house twe procedures provided for.In S.
he to wood In of the
always wanted on U.S..301. plan use putty some
.
South of Starke. 828.043 "S.. when applicable. Americana Act of 1963 until July 1 '
When
Iii cracks.
complete, 'To elicit receive 1979. That's a horrible developmemtl!, 1;
and respond to
he will then begin a horse trading The garden II I up outside the empty
and resolve We must write our state legislator
complaints made by or on
business, another of his great desires. home and already children's toys are
that at least 3 million additional f
home new
nursing residents. Ombudsman
The house Is ,
not in the
pre-fabricated yard.
but
,
dollar. of 1978-79 Title 20 funds of the'Social
means taker and
a complaint solver.
made'' of "locally-grown" logs !We will have food to eat when we
"All matters before the state or Security Act not yet shown In"i i
purchased: from a saw mill in move In Beverly says. 'V oJ".JIt '" 1'"' .. district ombudsman committees the State plans should be earmarked 9
+ ,.' concerning abuse denial of rights of for Title 20 services to the elderly I
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I County School. To Register Kindergarteners "" '. < an individual client of a The cost: to the State would only be \
t. ...'-.s. facility shall be strictly confidential $600,000 In General Revenue Funds. l t
and In no case shall the names of One moment of silent prayer was ;
Students entering Bradford County fore January 1, 1979. Mrs. Padgett outside her new home. Individuals involved In the complaint observed for the repose of the soul of f .
Schools for the first time at the Parents and guardians are be disclosed" club member Nora Grider May she. '
kindergarten or first grade level may reminded-that Florida Statutes require Sally Nelson former director of rest In peace. j i t
register May 15 19, In the that pupils entering school for Rummage Sale Set May 12-13 By.CB Club Ladles CUBB gave Ulan Informative talk on A white elephant auction sale will ,
appropriate elementary school during the first time In kindergarten or first the project. Senior Citizens be held at our next meeting. Useful "1 i
the regular school hours. grade must have a birth certificate or The ladles of the Gatorland C.B. (he community and surrounding Multl-Purpose Center,to be located In articles, in good condition, are to be. I
other acceptable. bonafide proof of Club will hold a rummage sale Fridayand areas. the Old Court house In Starke. Certain brought by our member This sale. ,
To enter kindergarten,a child must birth, physician's statement that the Saturday May 1213..1.at the Anyone having Items to donate for prerequisites have to be met which engenders lots of excitement and fun j
be five years old on or before January child has no communicable diseases Eagle-DeVane building on Call; St the sale may contact Mrs. Christine will be discussed and action taken at as well as provides a little extra cash I I
1. 1979, and to enter first grade a and verification of Immunlcation for The rummage sale Is to raise money Lewis 964-7327, Mrs. Eleanor Rice an executive board meeting of the- for our treasury. We meet May 9 at I t
child must be six years old on or be- polio, rubella rubeola and mumps. for emergency and distress cases: in 473-2121. or Mrs. Dot Mltzel 4734338. Sliver the Concerned .m. at the Pratt St. Rec. Center '
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COMMUNITY NEWS ; I


i1irzi'Ez difference : FOOD by Elltabeut G,Walker Thursday 7:30 p.m. Story Hour at the

Phonet5S44$83 church. Thursday at 8 p.m., the,All
Male Chorus will rehearse. Friday at
"'" Sunshine Acres located
m iJ: : : :: : 16. a Work Activity Center on for Highway handi 6:30: p.m. the Junior Choir will re-
capped Is making with the hearse. Saturday dinners will be sold
.-- -. :il FAIR new proar.mlln operation.progress The staff from the kitchen. Sunday Is pastoral
the Is asking the cooperation of the community day.Sunday School 9:30: a.m. serve
if price for success. Worship 11 a.m. Dinner will be
Everyone asked to cooperate with at 12:30 p,m. Evening Worship 6 p.m.
Photo Coupon Program that Is the Visitors are always welcome.
1 best value In town. For only M.95 you Free Canaan True Church: of God
and your family can have beautiful la Christ i The annual district local
lull color To will begin May 4-7 with a
photographs. find out
PANTRY PRIDE more details on this offer and program. Sessions will be held daily.
LARGE information call 9647699. There will be a Talent Program
COFFEE! ( Saturday at 8 p.m. Sunday School 10

LTOWELS CHURCH NEWS a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m.
FRESH Evening Worship 3 and 7 p.m.
CREAMER New Bethel 1 Baptist Church) Every
GRADE A EGGSI Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Prayer Anlfoch Missionary"Baptist
:
and Bible The second
Meeting Study. :
Church Thursday Prayer Meeting 7
14, the Home Mission
Sunday May
Sunday School 10 a.m. At 3
will pm. p.m.
be held. All members are
Day
the and congregation are Invited
pastor
asked to either Sister Glory
see
t99,39cI49cI
to worship at Free Canaan True
Jackson, Sister Coreine McfJeal or
Church of God In Unity. At 6 p.m.
Sister Amanda Chandler as to how :
Sunday the pastor and congregation ,
much you should pay. will render I
" Song Service at Antioch 1
Angeronie Nicole Nichols 'Is a
.contestant. in the East Coast vs West -Missionary calvary 9..tutChurch..i.>v> Tiey.: A,4'' ._. _.. t I

Bargains in Meat ;I IiNJ IMN car, COMPARE ;c' ; Chandler Coast Baby u'contest selling tickets Sister Amanda for this Jenkins.J.St'fv8la* '. .
aN ou I IINMI- affair. Please help us make this '''Moriai'
Mt. United Melaedlst-
occasion a success.
f earl
fonghom Cheese '*.An 99 ZO" Mrs. Marlon Dell Is heading the Church Wednesday night 8 p.m.
S 1' 11. .ti / url -...-. IAvr Cancer Drive this year. Any Prayer Meeting and Choir rehearsal"
BordeRs..Cheese'Slices=514. 50' volunteers who wish to aid In this effort Sunday School 930 a.m. Morning 1
: NsinrtMi ,' 4 lAVE are asked to see Mrs. Dell. Worship II a.m.

Cream wrw" Cheese' : ....... 58 .n.* May 7, the first Sunday, the pa.torand First Born Church of The Living

., Biscuits M MM 4/59'' lAVE in congregation are Invited to God: Tuesday '7-45: p.m. Prayer ti
render service In Putnam Hall. We Meeting. Friday night 7:43 Tarrying
,, CheeseSpread tuu '175 SAVE 50' are asking the cooperation of all Service. Sunday School 10:30: ..m.
A members. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Home Mission 11:30.: YPCW 6 p.m. or
Shrimp Rolfs MPW '18' sit Bible Class 5 p.m. You are invjted) to exchange service with Gainesville

mu,HfiHia. attend. Church.
I 1 Singleton Shrimp n....a c'4 9. SAVE 20' Church of God In Christ Tuesday 7 Philadelphia Baptist Church Duel
pm. Bible Band. Friday 7:30: p.m. Day observance will begin with
Trout Fillets ?all $r IrE Pastoral Teaching Sunday School Sunday School at 10 a.m. Morning }
,_ SAVEVariety 9:30: a.m. Morning Worship 11:30: a.m. Worship II a.m. with Mrs. Irene
UtIU Hormels WJUB* Sausages 99 Scat St iiid''ams'' **?* 51" with Minister Dewey Taylor In Monroe' Walker, spesker. Mrs.
watt Ball Part Franks sw nor 'M4'JJJG tat fllflHHMt lAVE charge. YPWWA:30 p.m.Mt Walker Is from Edger, Fla. and Is ,
t 4' Fish f 1 161 Plsgahi Choir rehearsal Satur
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Pack M" sio ; Sticks IMH* 211'
,..a.*. $ Hot Does IISM$19i u ttlaj"" day 7 p.m. Sunday School 10 a m.
ked sV' sio' Crescent Rolls Fish Cakes wN f,111 SAVE Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening known locally, state-wide, and
Sausage -.m I.UM 49 sio Worship 8 p.m The Senior Choir will nationally as a dedicated' Christian
S render Song Service at Antioch worker In civic political and
m 1h .Y J a' ii' S' nI Friday night. May 12, at 8 p.m. Christian related projects.
Ebeneser Baptist Church: The women will oe in charge of Ibe'mornl"
***$"*% *'** Tuesday 7 p.m. Bible Class. Thursday service.
ORANGE 6:30 School At 3 p.m. the men will be In charge:
? I I : Prayer Meeting. Sunday
lRAKK
PICNICS _I tfiuibit
Rev. will deliverthe
JUICE; CM I AT DOGS 9:30: a.m. Morning Worship it am. Mayberry pastor,
Evening Worship 6 p.m.'Women Day message.
program will be held May 14 at 3 p.m. Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E.
All members are asked to be present Church Friday night 7:30: p.m. Love-
Everyone is asked to Pledge as the feast. Sunday School 10 a.m.
Communion will be given to member
Lord has blessed
Bargains m Health 4 Beauty Aid I1 you.
? Greater Bethlehem Freewill who cannot be present Sunday
'- I Baptist Church Each Monday at 7:30: morning.
STAY FREE __ Pantry 'Pride SAVE ec: p.m. the Tiny Tots rehearse. Tuesday A program will be presented by the
.. 120& BOX 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting. Wednesday Missionary ladies Sunday May 14. at
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MAXI A'I ., CORN EvcrypayLpwPricc 7:30;: p.m. Senior Choir rehearsal. 4:30: p.m. All members are asked to
WITH FMCK/ cooperate with the activities.
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INTRODUCINGA ;. HAMPTON AREA :'.

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NEW SHQE ","' ,\ NEWS

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Walker Now In Stock .., ty Dolor Mong. floor. They brought In favorite
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records served cookies and punch for
J Phon
Suede & Leather A Good Quantity Of 4WltlSMEETINGS refreshments, and nearly all or the
t hand to enjoy*,.the
Oft
clouts were
Dress & Casual Brogan s iu t Hampton Monday Area May 8 Volunteer, 7:30 pm.-Fir venint. along with invited guests. Mr.

Shoes Work Boots Department at the Flrehou Every and Mrs. Warren enjoyed Stevenson the and evening Mrs.
BanloVM
Se one Interested In fire protection is Evelyn .
/22es invited. with tk* "\\ldea ,
Reg. $9(195 Tuesday", May 9, 7:30: p.m.-
$1995Star 37" Aid Hampton City Council: -City HaU. c....CLUB TO MEET
Wednesday, May to, t p.m.- MAW.FOR LASTTIMB
War Style Shoes Christian Church Ladles Council at Tuesday, May 9. will be the regular
Church. monthly meeting of the Hampton 4-H
CIu .'TIIla will be the last one for this
BOOKMOBILEThe year.. Club members are urged to
ACME Or Wrangler Bradford County' Bookmobileserves complete their record books and turn
the reading need of the them Into Mr. Parrish'i office.
community every Tuesday from 12.30: \
Boot'sMens to 2:30 at the Poet Office. Hampton 4-H Club had a car wash,
Saturday. April 2 th.; Bought household
WomensReo. dr; BAKE SALE items-set of dishes, stainless
t tExtlu'r The Hampton Little League Base tableware etc., for Henry Rhoden
2" Reg. '41'. ball Club set aside Saturday May, to family that was burned out recently.
conduct; a bake sale In the Bradford Those washing .Clan were Gene
25" '1S" Square Shopping Center beginning at Joyner 4-H president.! Bill Cindy
CmntH Krceife Plant Bam, and continuing/ all day. This and Diane I Rlwden. D J. and Lassie
team Is working to build up their ball Reddick. Kim Buhler, Kim Kimberly
Boys field and hopes to construct a fence Debbie Roberta, Karrie Miles and
SOUlh..ldnluHlc( limlruclor Esther: a IIHIlIi U presented with a huge Africanviolet soon. Raffle tickets are available .
Reg '2 by Principal Dewey McKlnnr after the Spring music recital ofsleeping from any team member for a (30 prizeto Randy Young.Thanks to Bank for
Hrnulv.." McKinney attrmptnl to present Miss Caoas a flower be given away later this month. Community their facilities.
10"C15" thanking her for UK Christmas hiuidf program( but Santa t'laus beat him to the! letting ua use

draw 134: VICTORY LL'NCIITIMK! .
The Bad News Bears Club came out
sees---------C-fie Fried chicken was on the menu
victorious over the Lawtey team on I.
Wednesday in the school cafeteria
April 27 in the game played ut
BROOKER NEWSby Lawtey. Among those enjoying the delicious
WESTERN lunch: with the students were Mrs.
WEAR The bell hitters for Hampton
were:
Omie Canst ine and Janelle Reese who
Randall Gllaaon with a single,
Jvuni'"< Prescott Stephen had visited the school previously,
Akrldg hit a single, Paul Bawek also
Phuiu l 1X1-1713: :
advice of
giving on proper care. teeth
hit a slllile. Dude Paladin was the
(New Une Of 4-H hPACilKT1l hll'PKIt: 1'UUIISUAFish: sticks, peanut pitcher and had 6 for 8 at the plate to :li:a 'IIdl/lludents.
Stetson& American Workers and students of 4II butter cabbuge-carrot-pepper slaw, scoring one home run,
Straws enjoyed a spaghetti! supper In the jello with fruit cocktail hushpuppies, The Lawtey fans were great stated LUNCH!MENU
Hats Kroiiker school cafeteria laxtS.itjrd.iy grits milkHtlDAYi. Coach Tom Paladlno. They are to be May 1112IUSIMY8loppy
April 2'J. to help raise thanked along with all the Hampton :\ joe on bun. cole
money for a trip to Disney World near Cuban sandwich. parents and friends for the support of slaw. French fries cherry cobbler
10% Off 20% Off Orlando) The children and adults have buttered corn candled yams, the Little League teams.ilAMI'TON milkTl'KHOAY. M'
realty worked hard and have! earned shredded 'lettuce' bun milk : Chicken and rice,
; salad,
this trip LAKE raisin carrot pineapple
hot roll. milk.WEDNESDAYHamburger.
punches!
KKOOKKR.FAR.MKRS: ; MARKET: Debbie Parmenter was honored ; steak
Personalized Bolts I.tHSOU; April 26 when she celebrated her 13th
Mrs Mildred Green is still in Unconfirmed' reports are that birthday with- relatives and friends. mashed potatoes, green peas, apple.sauce *
New Shipment Western Casual Alachua General Hospital aflt'l| produce will start being graded and Refreshments Included a decorated \' !, biscuit milk. .
undergoing surgery,! last week.c, nin'k.igrd ul' the Urooker Farmers cake and punch. TUl'ltKOAY-Turkey naiad
10% OffWe wish her a speedy recovery i iniUTIIDAYS Market beginning Tuesday, May 2. sandwich green. itnfias, potato. chips;
: Mr and !Mrs PaulI This lit one of the latest dates I have MUSIC APPRECIATION; IP; orange, milk.FRIDAMeat
Will Place Name On Back Free I Prescott celebrated: their birthday seen! the market start operations; by The Hampton Elementary School sauce, with
with a fish fry Sunday. April 2:1.: Mr this time it is usually In full operation students!, teachers and personnel spaghetti, green beans tossed salad,
I'rescott's birthday was April 20 and Possibly this can be blamed. on the enjoyed hearing the musical tipple crispvf: trench bread milk.C.awU. .
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Mrs Prescott! birthday walt April !I'lItKOOHKII.SCHOOL !. weather, recording resulting from their music a.rr r rs' r.
Instructor's trip to Nashville Tenn. SERVICEMENItfcraMMcDaiitel
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COUNTRYMain about two months ago.
:MKMUMa, ; H-li fI01U.1 ( ADI'I.T SCHOOL CLASS On Wednesday Mrs, Drivas broughtto "
i ,\ t Meal sauce and cheeseon l Registration for the GED Testing at'oTech school her recording of "I'm So '
spaghetti, tossed> salad, pears \ In Starke began Monday Happy I Could Cry" and "If I Had A Graduate. With Honors ,
french bread, butter, milk April 24. Four night school students Destination. The accompaniment to April 24- Navy Seaman Recruit
'rvtsu.Corn; dogs buked enrolled at Brooker Adult Night the records Is lovely; so with Mrs. James McDaniel. son of Mr. and
beans slaw, applesauce,.butterscotch. School to take their GED tests for Drivas beautiful singing, everyone Mrs. Jack D. McDaniel of P.O. Box
Main St. Lake Butler squares, milk ** their high school diploma. They are: was fascinated with the results. 183. Hampton was graduated with
V\K1)NKM/\Y:'; : Turkey sulad. Mrs Ala Mae Haulerson !Mrs. Now everyone is hoping to hear honors from recruit training at the
mixed vegetables orange, apple, and ontnlelslone.,Mrs. Wanda I lodge, these delightful tunes on Radio Naval Training Center Orlando.
banana naiad lettuce and celery. and Mrs, Jeanette Prescott We all Station WPXE as well as their McDaniel was commended for his
cheeHebread. milk, wish them good luck. favorite Gainesville Stations! outstanding performance In all
Mrs Drivas Is very popular at phases of training which included
school. She is a great pianist and Instruction In seamanship military
managea to teach all .age.. Jevelsj9 regulations close: order drill first aid
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School BoardRetairis h Farm Bureau Goes fd Washington ;.' :, I


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f t .HO county Farm Bureau leaders and Tom Hammer of the American president. National Chamber of \,
77-78 Staffing Plan t r from "' c\)unlie*in Flwkty converged Farm Bureau Uff. Commerce* I
on WushiriKlon.( D.C..(MafMMt wft"k to Hamilton, county Legislative
1 Talk shop with| their,iSbngr( ... tl Chairman said "Our Congressional "Our main points of discussion with
delegation. delegation really seemed to our congressmen naturally centered
By a 31'ote Bradford County and Alice T, Brown Those moving Include Tommy Hamilton representing appreciate our visit and welcomed the around farm program legislation as I
School Board members Thursday Helen Kelley. Joseph Kielbasa Bradford County Farm Bureau made opportunity to hear, 'first hand.: the well as the Labor Reform Bill.
April 27. approved the same staffing and Karen Lippman. the trip from this'are-i. problems and concerns: back home Mexican imports. E.PAA problem*,
chart and personnel for the upcomingyear Also approved for the remainder of ne with There were many additional and estate taxes, etc There s just too I
as served during the 1977-78 the year were bus drivers B.FMcCullev. & taryyoupofetAgriculturey Bob meetings 'and visits made In many decisions being made In .
school year rejecting administrative Shirley Walker and Alta Whittle Completes Bcrgiand.. Senators Lawlon Chiles Washington by smaller Farm Bureau Washington that directly affect our
changes proposed by superintendent Mae Mattox, Bus driver Marie CenbalTniningMarine and Dick Stone; Hyde Murray. !groups. Some of these Included livelihood and they need our input t'
Tom Casev Morgan's resignation was effective Brian General Counsel for House! of meeting with Senator Herman before passing these critical pieces of
Tented from the regular meeting .\prll28,The,school board approved a Private First Class Hepresentative Agriculture Talmadge, Senate Ag Chairman; legislation. has!glad we were able to II
William
which Casey had recommended the special'learning disability teacher for Whitney,son of Mr and Mrs.\ Committee, Nat Chandler of the Spelcal Trade Repgresentatlve be there and make a contribution." r
,board approve a director of BHS remainder' of the school year K, Whitney of Route I. Box 193.Itaiford. Environmental Probation! Agency office: U.S.DA.. and Dick Lesher. concluded Hamilton. !l lru.e
curriculum and Instruction an..addition and Charlie M Spearman who replaced has completed the Infantry
to present administrative Hardwick Taylor March 20. combat training course! at the Marine ,'
positions,and transfer Bradford High In other action the board authorized' Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, Calif. : \l --1
six-week he re-
the course
School principal Charles Francis to, (32.889 to Holton During and
Instruction
that position.Casey proposed moving Construction Co. for covered walkways ceived classroom field exercises In-
Leeway! Elementary principal Jim at the high school and middle participated In tactics the construe Some uy stamping s l letts upiidt down ensures a speedy sniw r.
Duncan to the BUS post and replace school Also authorized was S579 pay volving infantry ;
him with high school teacher Mike ment to architect Craig Salley.. tlon and camouflage of fighting positions
Sexton business the board heard ; and the use of mines, demolitions
In other a t
complaint from a parent vbout thefts and Intra-company communications tI I
Casey also recommended a fulltime equipment SUPER SALE ON
assistant director for the vo-tech from physical education lockers the
center, which would have placed high school The board said It would lie joined the Marine Corps In
three administrators, there Instead of look Into the situation October 1977.
me present *.TIle administrator Involved t
,Carl Clark to halftime at twc
posts; In the morning Clark Is assistant
director of the vo-tech center; STARKE FIRESTONE
in the afternoon he is coordinator oi
special projects.The dean students 9 4.8438 US 301 N. Starke. Ra 984.6438
at BMS would have been named later, I
and could have been a part-time position "
filled by a teacher.Tabled at the '
regular meeting,April 17,the changes MULfi-MIe(
TIRES
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were rejected when board member
Arthur" GaskIns received: \
sup
from board members Vernon Par ,, Future Coupe
menter and chairman J.T. Parrish. : :I ''First Quality-No, Blems Or Seconds
Gaskins' first motion to retain the "I' ; ,
board's current staffing chart passed I I Free Mounting-Road Hazard Guarantee
3-1. board member Pat Spengler dis
senting.Gaskins'second motion to fill A18-13 Compare Our Prices ,
the posts with the same personnel as 4,Ply Poly
this year also passed 3-1". Mrs. wr'ewln, $888
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Spengler dissenting.
Plus F e T
Board member-.Arthur, Holllday was I
not present.
Mrs. said it was not wise to S
leave Franc at the high school be, 'E78.14 $$ '
$22
cause of his health. Francis G78.152488
underwent heart surgery in 1977. Mrs. F7 8.14'
Spengler said placing an uncertified Plus F.E.T. Plus F.E.T
person In a position could result in
unpleasant legal problems," referring -
to the recommendation to H78.14 88
,appoint Mike Sexton 'principal at H78-15 $25 L78152388Plus
Lawtey Elementary.
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Casey said while' hot all were FET: : Plus F.E.T \ \
certified to hold the positions) he
recommended they could do the best
job in those schools. Casey said SUPREME STEEL DELTED RADIALAR78.13
Sexton had experience In elementarywork
and was willing to work on a QR78-14 ] ,..rAllOAlt
master's degree. $3488 $4388
Casey said Brooker principal Phil BR78-13 GR78-15 ,
Vellenga's resignation was not official Plus F.E.T. Plus F.E.T.
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since he had not been presented to the

board.Positions approved remain the HR78-14 $>|C88 JR78-15 $/SO88LR7815
same as last year, Vo-Tech Ad- T" J ft*
ministrative Director Ted Oglesby, HR78-15
Vo-Tech Assistant Director parttimeCarl Plus F.E.T; : Plus F.E.T
Clark, Adult Education Director
Brown, BHS
Millard principal
Charles Franc Assistant principals All Tire' Prices' Plus F.E.T. & Old Tires t '

BHS Charles, .
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. Principal "BMSiwJewwMooreti"\ sQrand Prix Wildcat' *'* !'* Ir-rl' ;. ,
Assistant principal BMS Myrna "
Rahn; principals Starke Elementary ,WHITE SPOKE 1518$2288WHEELS .NEW : t
Richard Jockel; Southslde principal .YAN.CLEARANCI.
Dewey McKinney; Hampton
Elementary Principal Connie Clark '
Lawtey Elementary Principal Jim '
Duncan, Brooker Elementary '.
principal Phil Vellenga; Coordinator
of Operations Lennard Register, FINANCING AVAILABLEAt E150 Cargo
Director of Curriculum & Instruction:
Lucille Payne, Manager of Business :
Reasonable Rates On Your
Affairs Eddie Douglas,Coordinator of
Special Protects, part-time, Carl \
j;lark;.Coordinator. of Title I, Rocena Tire & Wheel Purchases
Santangml, and Coordinator of Food SUPERAutomatic
Service part-time Dolores Morgan. 1

S In rejecting Casey's proposed COMPLETE FRONT END
change in'the staffing formula theSchool I
board blocked placing an
Additional administrator In the county'' AND BRAKE"'SERVICE Power Brakes ..
office. The superintendent however, '
still has the prerogative of ,4 Radio Reg, Gas

personnel staffing chart.within Only grounds the approve on which AIR CONDITIONER SERVICE $Q88'Includes 1 List 167' 3i.E

the school board may legally object to To 3 Cans Freon v al\
an appointment is morals or cer up

tification.Casey took the board to court last FRONT-END ALIGNMENT $ $ 5700
on the reappointment of Charles i,
year ,
Trucks Jh VLUBE.OIL
Francis as principal of Bradford American Car & Mott Light
High.Board members were critical of
the discipline at the high school under & FILTER Most Cars E150CLUB E250CLUB
Francis,and wanted to move Francis 'I $888 '
Light Trucks
to a less demanding post since>hit had I : To r. i OK Of aiallgi; 30W Oil I WAGON I WAGON
recently undergone heart surgery. By
court order, however, the superIntendent -
prevailed in retaining TUNE-UP Electronic Ignition ,12 Passenger Dual 1 Air Dual Gas Tanks 12 passenger Dual Air Dual Gas Tanks
Francis as principal at BHS. $4- Lops $2588MI'
Brakes
Power Steering Power Brakes Power Steering Power
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By unanimous vote the board _- 2 Capt. Chairs. Reg Gas List MO.034 Reg. Gas List 110.419SJ.E
approved all countywide teacher re- Charge Em! fur lour ;;C'onvOInien!
appointments and continuing contracts r.rr f Plen9e! Call ForAppointment 964-6436
for the 1978-79 school year. .:;;::;:. 8500 $9300
Teachers retiring are: Johnnie Green


An Independent Noi-denomination School Fully Accredited By The
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A- Southern Association Of Colleges And Schools Air Conditioning 4 Capt. Chairs

CONVERSION Sofa '9310 ,.\.1. S8,000
Grades 1-12



;& :St. Johns Country Day School TEST DRIVE ANY FIEStAIN: STOCK


Founded 1953

V Our Next TESTING DATE FOR ADMISSION Will Be FDUSTA

,Saturday, April 1. 1978 ,

,Saturday, May 13 1978 $5000

Saturday. June 24, 1978 .
For Additional Information Please Contact I he Admissions Office,

,((904)) 264-9572 Summer School ',Over InvoiceTERWILLEGAR


Applications" "Are Mow Being Accepted For Our: Summer '. I -

Program June 19-J ly:28: We Offer Enrlchmept And,Make sa..

,Up Courses,In English:' 'Math History, Art.Study. .Skills,,, :.And,

Basic Computer Programming.' Summer'Hours Are'a:3Q: )>,"/ FOBD

To Noon. ,

We Have An Open Admission Policy And Will 'Accept Academically. Qualified'

,Students Of Any Rice Color! National Or,Ethnic{ Origin' "; MOTORS ,. .. ", !-: 'r

Mailing l Address: Doctors.Lake Driv P.O. Box 51.8

Par .. Fla. 32073 r
Orange ''206 W. Madison '964-7200 Starke, Fia.r .



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CHURCH ACTIVITIES ;fiI EVERGREEN BAPTIST: Sunday anJM n. Fred Carter of Clay hill on Mrs. Truman Norman on Sunday
CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School School 10 ..m., Worship Services II Terry Saturday. afternoon.
10 a m.. Worship Service II ..m. and a.m. and 7 p.m.. Training Union 41 Phone 7BM3MTlsTi Mr.Mary Chester and children ofsaniora Mr.and Mrs.Tom Casey,of Stark
6pm,, Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 spajnt ins weeks with nerparent and Mr.Chuck Moore and son
p.m.. YPE: Friday at 7 p.m. Sunday School 10a.m.., Worship Leonard Melton and' family on *, Mr. and Mr. Hubbard Lake City, visited their parents. Mr.
pm.FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Radio Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., BTS 5:45: David Harley. and Mrs. Fred Moor' on Sunday
Program on WPXE at 8 a.m. Sunday. pm.. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Rev. Brown spent Mondayuntil Mr. and Mr Hermle Kelly visited afternoon
TRAy4 tl NTUHt- Bible School 10 ..m.. Worship p.m. Friday morning with his their cousins, Mr. and Mr, PaulSeaver. Mr*. P.m TaUey, Owls, and
Services 11 a.m.and 6:30: p.m., Prayer PERSONALS parents, Mr. and Mr*. Foster Brown, of Jacksonville: on Tracey. of J.ckaonvUlelpellt Sunday
See Chief Kelly US Navy Recruiting Meeting Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs Richard Crane of of Todd. N.C. His father spent sometime Wednesday.Messrs. morning with her mother Mrs John.
| Station Stark FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: Starke are the proud parents of a son, in the hospital. He I is at home David and Paul Moore of Tye, Sr., and brother and slstor-ln-
Monday 10 A.M. Til 2 P.M Sunday School 9:45: a.m.. Worship 'Joshua Roman, born April 27th: in tow, but still In serious condition.We Jacksonville visited their brother and law Mr. and Mn. John Tye, Jr., and
Bradford Square 2/10 3/12 Service II a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Alachua General Hospital. sister-in-law Mr. and Mr. Fred family
Training Union 6:30 pm., Prayer Grandparents Mr. and Mrs Manuel are happy to learn that Mr. ,Moor on Friday. Mr.and Mr B.L.Wllklon,Jr..and
Services Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Stephens, of Starke.and Mr. and Mr. Hembert Carradine has returned grandchildren, and Mr. and Mrs.
FLORIDA GRACE UNITED METHODIST: Richard Crane, Sr., of Portsmouth some from Riverside Hospital. Roger Edwards of Jacksonville were
Sunday School 9:45: a.m., Worship Va. Jacksonville and Betting along nicely. Mia Arthurlne. Blanchard spent a Sunday dinner guest of their parent,
THEATRE Services I II ..m. and 7:30: p,m. Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Mr. and Mrs. Alvert Sappenfield of week with her cousins, Mr. and Mr*. Mr. and Mr. B.L. WUkison, Sr.. to
Terry Oglesby Laurie and Norman Tuesday to Thursday with her sister Keystone Heights were guests of Mr*. O.L. Johnson, of Jacksonville help him celebrate his. birthday.
Call a Walnut Conti and Rev. William C. Wright Mrs C.E. Strickland, of Gainesville. Blanche Phillips, on Sunday night Mrs: Jewel Robert and Mr*.
Stark 964-6451 took the Grace United Methodist They attended a Senior Citizens Fried Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griff, 01Palatk. Mamie Lou Edwards of. Starke visited
--------------- Youth out for an evening of Good Food Chicken dinner on Tuesday which ., spent Sunday afternoon with her brother and.lIte..IIt-I.WI Mr,and
FRI ,SAT'SUN and Fellowship at the Pizza. Hut In' was preceeded by a preaching their mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, Deepest Sympathy of the Mr*. Fred Moor on Saturday.
I I I.II Starke service and followed by a Senior si.tert Mrs. Daisy Boch, and niece community I I. extended to Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene?: Rogers of
Wall DlHiH'v_ A Car Wash Is planned for Citizens Choir Musical which was Miss Lynn Whaley. Mr. Ben McCulley and other! Athens, Tenn., and Mrs. Sam Lamb
II IA'i II'rt'VA t Saturday May 13th from 10 a m. to S televised The dinner and Friends Sammy Eunice) regret to relative'' due to the death of their of Eric Tenn.,spent few day with
a..w.l.1aS. p.m. at Carl Hurst's Shell Station oh other Items were enjoyed very much. learn that he I II a surgical patient in aunt, Mr. Grider of Starke. who was her son and daughter-inlaw, Mr and
11:";' 301 In Starke. The money raised will Mr. and Mrs Jim Burton of Alachua General Hospital, Gaines in a Nursing Home In Palatka. Mrs. Ben McCulley ,
I WJY9I be used to purchase New Outdoor Jacksonville visited with Mia ville. Our prayers are with him. Mr. and Mr*. Wayne Harper and Col. and Mrs. William Wilson
I games for the Youth. Your supportwill Elizabeth Terry few minutes at noon Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harde and Karla of Stark visited. their grandmother visited Col. and Mrs. Rubin Moody of
..:.CHEVAUER MILLS be greatly appreciated. on Thursday. children visited their parents, Mr. Mr. Carl Prevail, and aunt Satilllte Beach, over the weekend.Col. .
...SANDERS ....WHITE United' Methodist Women will have Friends of Mr Arlie Dobbs regret to Wilson went to a community
ft "'''''(1) S.11.K at the Thrift Shop. learn that he la a patient In Bradford relations dinner on Thursday night
I .rwa rle11I11111w ...*,._c. M Mn; *.ih inning' : at 9 a m ?- County Hospital Our prayers are with Town Meeting Set Tonight In LaWteyOne Friday they had Open House at
I 11)1"0."_liwilMMI 1. I IIIGIILAND BAPTIST: Sunday him. Patrick Air Force Base and they were
I ...jGJ c '' School 10 a.m., Worship Services II Friends Mrs Gene Lee are happy of the 40 Town Meetings that will be taking place throughout Florida this Invited guest there.
I, a.m. ,.and 6 p.m.. Prayer Meeting to learn that she Is recovering nicely month will be held at Lawtey tonight (Thursday, May 4) at elementary Mr*. Pierce Crew was a Sunday
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. from surgery In Room 710 Baptist school at 7 p.m. dinner guest of her aunt Mrs. Froole
LAURA BAPTIST Sunday School Hospital Jacksonville. Our prayers The purpose of the Town Meeting Is to Increase community pride and citizen Johns, of Starke.
10 a.m., Worship Services 1l a.m and are with her. participation. Everyone in the Lawtey area I Is Invited to come. Participant In Mr*. Pierce Crew attended the
301 DRIVE IN 7:30: p.m.. Prayer Meeting Terry Futch of Jacksonville Beach the meeting will discus the strengths of the community Identify its need and funeral of her, cousin, Mr. Violet
301 South Wednesday at 7:30 p mNORTIISIDE visited his aunt. Miss Elizabeth arrive at practical recommendation Thorns,at DeWitt C. Jones Chapel In
BAPTIST: Sunday Terry, on Saturday.Mr. More than 1,200 Floridians have already. attended such meetings In 28Mxjnties. Starke on Sunday afternoon.
-Starke-------964-7484------ School 10 a m.. Worship Services II and Mrs L.L. Melton of It Is part of a nationwide program to help people In local communitieswork Mn.Onie Thornton of Auburndale
a.m. and 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting Hampton, and Mr. and Mrs. Oris together to make their town place where people like to live. spent a week with. her daughter Mn.
Frl Sat Wednesday 7 p.m. Melton, and family, of Starke, were This program has been endorsed by Governor Reubin Askew and II I supportedby W.F. Atwood. Sr. and family and
SMYRNA MISSIONARY BAR supper guests of Rev. and Mn.MAN donation from Individuals, corporation and foundation sister Mn. Pierce Crew.
"One On One"PLUS Mn. Alphia Par-fish, of
Auburndale. visited her sister Mrs.
Iva McKinney and other relatives In

Joe Kon Baker In > Lawtey Funds Little League Stark
Mr. and Mrs Forest Landis visited

'Golden Needles'Rated After attending the Lawtey portion Council member said complaints their daughter, Mrs Mary Corathers.l ,
of the of the public land use hearings held In about speeder through Lawtey had Worthington Springs.
PG Starke, council members returned to been discussed with the police depart M.... Pierce Crews and sister Mn.
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t: Lawtey for the regular monthly ment. To apprehend these speeders It Onle Thornton, were supper guests of
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MONTH meeting Monday, May 1. is necessary to take down the license their brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
Sun Mon
Discussed briefly and approved was tag number and notify the Jail at 964- and Mrs. Waldo Prlngle of Worthing--
the transfer of $600 from the Immediately rather than to wait ton Springs onMrs. Thursday.Mr. .
r recreation department funds to several I days before complaining, said and Les McClellan: and
Lawtey Little League. Marshal M.M. Jordan. Mr. and Mn. Robert McClellan and
forAPRIL son.Jeff,spent the weekend at Safari
Campgrounds at Alachua.Mr. .
and Mrs Lea McClellan visited
65 Per Cent Increase Soon In S.& ChecksThe their sister, Mrs Gladys Pringle and
Mr. and Mrs Burchfield Miller and
JOHN E. WATSON, HI nation's 35.4 million Social The increased payments come froma Marlyn, of Sanford on Wednesday.
I. Security recipients will get a 6.S percent provision of the law that triggers Mrs Les McClellan visited her son
raise in their monthly checks automatic Increases when the Consumer in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs
Field Representative starting July 3 to help offset the cost of Price Index rises by three per Maxie Reddish and family at the
living Increase. cent or more over certain periods of State Farm on Thursday afternoon
"This means that a retired worker time. .
Brim. by UiuM' f'Oiitnhilm.. ..Compon y LlOYD O. ANDERSOH CLU AND ASSOCIATES under Social Security now receivingan In this case, the increase was
(jJ- average monthly payment of $239 triggered by a 6.S per cent rise in the LUNCH MENU
Plus 601 N. Macrcsa Avenue will get $254 a month starting with the CPI from the first quarter of 1977 May S-12
Ortancto 843-2760 July 3 check," according to the through the first quarter of this year. MONDAY: Hamburger on bun;
Washington announcement.An The increase will cost the Social lettuce tomato pickle french fries
Street punksgrabbed AGENTS FOR individual receiving the Security trust fund $6.2 billion duringthe chocolate pudding .
maximum federal SSI benefit of 1979 fiscal year, starting October TUESDAY! Boiled beans with rice,
$1177.80 will not get $189.40, and a 1' carrot .salad peaches, cornbread. ,',
GUARDIAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY couple receiving $266.70 will not get About 4.3 million people'now receive butter milk.WEDNESDAY.' \
,284.10. Social Security payments. Bologna CUp.
OF AMERICALIFEPENSIONNEALTUGROUP macaroni with cheese green ,,peas .
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THuRSDAV. Fried .
/ mashed potatoes, green beans, applesauce I
Sigf. Cjtvendofpn rolls, butter milk.
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United Artists oy. TRIP Spiced 'ham sandwich (
butter and sandwich
peanut Jelly'
New Location potato chips, peanut cookie, orange.

SR 225 2 Miles West OfLawteyRegularly milk.FRIDAY: Hog dog on bun.
ardRIl mustard ketchup cole slaw baked I.

: : *25 milk.beans, yellow cake with peaches,

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I Call Gwen Jackson Starling And LAWTEY SCHOOL NEWS

Bernice Starling For Appointment Ms. Sllberman's class has been
FREE ICED TEA : studying the ocean and marine life.
The class has learned the names of
Shop Phone7823666Home many fish and have learned about seashells
oysters and clams. Class
Phone 7823163dump : activities have Included: pretending
WITH i to be a deep sea diver jaws, whale
and sea monsters: reading stories
about the sea; discussing trips the
children have taken to the beach and
making mural of the seashore and

ROAST BEEFW 0c Bela free second the Mn.ocean.Dobbins'grade classes and 'visited aw's the

@c : Castillo de San Marcos in St..
Augustine on Friday.A guide dressed
In a Spanish uniform explained the
Offer good now thru e cart function of the fort. The students
.. t1e 0. really enjoyed the firing of the
May 31 1978.
,, mu ket..After touring the old streetsof

t=5 ==r: enjoyeo St. Augustine l by all at Anastasia a picnic lunch Park.was We
would like to especially thank all the
parents who came with us to help
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make this a successful trip.
1rP'r '@ !Mn. Hamilton's fourth grade class
decoded message on the blackboard
Friday to find where treasure was
: h' e hidden. The first eleven class
Sri .i_ ; member to decode the secret were:
:: Sherry Herndon, Sean Robinson,!
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Reggie Johnson. John Hamilton,
Denise Gullion; Brenda Sikes Pam
It Taylor Terri! Lynn Wllkenon Lisa
iI Ii i Harley. Michael Wayne Starling and
: Janice Barnes. They were awarded
"magic "After the
J crayons. rest of the
I ll...e *l>. class was able to read the message
1 a lawn. ',acloe Oardefl TraotoreBigger Garden Tractors they could tell that a "treasure lcoolde
.. ; ] .For small and 'tractors I for .' was hidden In Mn.
medium sue' lawns larger.lawns. and, eanem.sionon. Hamilton's. desk. The treasure was
: I etollHPelecinc gardening, 19 9HP'lour cylinder, broken into later In the afternoon
\ l mart Synchro- .Choice ole(lo 18 HP model 0-250 along with special play time.
4e. Q BalancedBnggaand Kohler cast iron .Aulomahcvans'Snanon M,.. Becker'. class has been
: engines engines' mission standard on drawing cartoons for art. What some
I4.speed all-gear .Salechon01manual, 18 and 199HPlwm students drew the teacher to look Ilk.
fransanles automatic Irani- cylinder models were pretty: funny! Mike Miller did a
Selection, ol 38 or m./eonsandanach. .Hydrauhchatl.rd." good job on the bulletin board on the
LE: ; 42 side or rear ment lilt/)systems Id'or attachments. Western United States. .
hscnargemowers:!, .Wide selection ol .Wide selection' ol Mr.Jim Schatz, with the Game and
lawn and garden heavydutylawnand Fresh Water Fish I Commission at
: '" tf BUY A ROAST BEEF SANDWICH attachments gardenan.chm.rlb. Camp Blandlnc, visited Mr*. Sexton'
(f : I and Mrs. Tatum' third grade
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w. Jt.. any new gardennatta The Library has a beautiful new set
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Tornado golfer Richard Gaines "Richard beat some fine golfers"
r fired .a two-over-par 37-37-74 for low Adkimon said Billy Tuten of Palatkai I !
medalist honors In the District was one stroke back of Gaines at 7* s
golf tournament and Tornado golfer for second low. Games' putter war %W A'3i'
with .a 44-40-go. Miss Turner, who has been playing* 1 1 'I
As' 'a team Bradford High School on the boys team at BHS, found the r
finished' third, behind the winner, competition helped when she moved
I'alatka; and second place Orange Into play against the girls In the I
Park ,district. Turner's 90 for the 18 holes 4 L- '
was three strokes better than the
Doth Miss Turner'and' Gaines qualified second place 49-47-93 of Patricia "'M '
for the State Tournament goingon Walsh of Flatter Palm Coast. _
this weckfln i; Sarasota. State Mary Denard shot 4948.97 for third
tourney participants were to have a place and Tasha Lee shot 49-69-118 for
practice 'round yesterday ,
I Wednesday. May 3) and play 36 holes fourth place.Beach Both are from Ii
or tournament golf,today and Friday Kernandina High.
I FulaUca High as expected won the ) ..tome
The
May 4-5) ,.boys are playing at
Bent Tree Golf and Raquel Club and district tournament handily, shooting
the girls at Sunrise Golf Course in a team total of 311. Orange Park was
Surasota.! second at 321. BHS third at 330, Baker : .
High fourth at 331. Columbia High of t
II marks .ii\ Lake City fifth at 349, Clay High sixth
The first time In 15 years a boy at 349 Fernandina Beach seventh at -
lure! (gone to the state golf tournament. 378 Flagler Palm Coast eighth at 392 irJi7
Harold iBIsh I ) Bishop went In 1963. and St. Augustine ninth at 430.
The first lime in the history of In addition to Gaines'low of 74. BHS
WIS taut a girl has gone to the state got a 42-41-83: performance from Scott :,i-
golf tournament Roberts 41-49-86 from Joey Metres,
The first time a boy and a girl and 44-43-87 from Wade Winkler. Joe
Iruni HI IS have qualified for the state Vallnttkl.also shot a 43-44-87, but his
tourney score didn't count.
t The district tourney was played at
The firm time BHS has had the Jacksonville Navat Air Station. Claire Turner
low medalist .in both boys and. girls loaf; Course
plan in I ho dlbtricLAH ,
-i team the HI IS linksmenlinislx.l BUS WlnsTrl-Match ,
third in the district, behind In their final regular play April 26
lir"t" l plate I'iilatka High and second BHS golfers won a tri-match over
plaitUrunge. 1'urk. The third place Santa .'e and Eastslde of Gainesville
linisli iii't'omplished Coach Warney to end the season at 138. 1
Adkin-on'H goal of finishing higher BUS shot 133, Santa Fe 143, and
than the fifth place of 1977. Adklnson Kaxtsido: 147 on the. par-30 West End
thought the team could accomplish course
tlurt,'Iul hf hiuln't even speculated on Richard Gaines led BHS at 31, Scott
the 1111\log 'the medalist In both the Roberts shot 33. Claire Turner 34..and It'i believed that goldenrod growing near a house means
|Is,\s IIIH! girls' tournament John Vallnskl 35. that residents will have unexpected good fortune.

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, .'...' Augustine today Thursday, May Pantherwith only two losses this, raJ'Act.' run average {is,still'a mpect- .
M 4i "V'a fet'/-*'fei 'ffiTuf"* .season would mov.l4 thotlLIIIII4Iao4 : ,: g .V".l J .. .. .- .. ..
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lUrtlcy 15 more optimistic now than championShitt'v..game'! It would Marcus Cruce had the onlyextra:: I
/ht would have been three weeks ago. probably take the team'best effort of base hit for Bradford a double.: Mile
SA has beaten Bradford twice this' the season-'to\' win. according to Jackson Keith Northrup, and Kilby '
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xciiKon. 1U-0 in the first game and 8-6 Hartley. Three years ago though, the each rapped out singles. 7 _
In IO innings in the second game. two teams met in the final with
i However in the last three weeks the almost the Identical records that they
Tornadoes have streaked to four winsIn have now and Bradford came out on The Tornadoes finished the season
live gllm<<'IillIld Coach Hartley says top. 21. in eight innings. at 517. with no seniors on the team
Unit itc-ouldn'l, 'iave come at a better Junior Kevin Tillman. with a 2-6 and only two Juniors who had started a
lime won-lost record and a 3.25 earned run with last year a squad. Coach Hartley Mllfs, '
"With the district tournament average,will pitch for Bradford In the'' named Inconsistency': as the team's 1
coming up. I'm glad that we've game against SA. major problem. '
started playing consistent ball toward The Tornadoes will be counting on
I the: end of I the season. Our pitchers are the hitting of freshman Bill Goodge,
nolongergoing for the strikeout every with a .303 average and two home "We would have good defense and
time. because they have confidence runs, RBI leader Jeffrey Norman, poor pitching'one game, and the next v i
lluil their fielders will back them up." hitting .263 with 12 runs batted In, and we would"have good pitching and poor r
Hartley udcled. "During the winning Dinky Kilby, with a .250 average and defense.
streak we didn't let the other team' 13 runs'scored.
get five or six runs ahead early, like Coach Hartley looks to lIat year
wedidwhcnwe went one"and 14 at the with optimism saying'wecould havea
beginning of the season. really good year, as long as the
The coach said that the Improved UllSft BUS* don't get overconfident just
play of recent weeks, along with the Bradford closed out the regular players because they have a' year of
closeness! of the second game with SA, season Tuesday. April 25, with a 6-0. experience under their belts."
lass! given the Tornadoes confidence loss to the Union County Tigers. .
that they can bout the Yellow Jackets. Toby Dillow fired a four hitter for
Winner of the Hradlord-SA game the winners while Dinky Kilby who } '
will meet the winner of I Palatka-- has now won two and lost eight,
(Tay.game In the finals Friday! Coach absorbed the loss. Kllby's poor record d
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Bradford Bassmasters will hold was a major factor and Thursday world have begun enrolling in the
their May tournament this Saturday. very chilly. annual Howey Academy summer program -
Moat
llaII.. on Santa Fe Lake. of the bass you land In Lake of academics and recreational
Big event of the day Will be their Bryant range from 1-1'a' pounds.mavle.twq camp: which begins June 18 at the co-
] ,, pounds, bpi ttheylur.e.dD.rI .,,"..edUc6rigoalbgajling: :ecweJ:...,':'" ,
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''noon.-Food will be prepared and ,'theprogram is flexible., allowing
served between noon and 2 p.m. Fish students to take an entire 8 week
hunhpuppies. grits, lea salad will be looking forward to a big turnout session or to enroll In courses as shortas
on the menu for this annual event.; for this tournament.. two weeks. -
Only two tournaments are left after
FisTiing on Santa Fe has been pretty Saturday. Anyone planning on Complete Information can be ob-
haven't fished it during the making 1 Ie to the classic had better tained by calling 'writing or visitingthe
0Ds110 days and probably won't until show up with' fishing on his mind spacious campus in Howey-ln-the-
Saturday. because only (the top 10 will fish In the lulls Florida just north of Orlandonear
'" '. classic. Well. the top 20 will fish but Florida Turnpike exit 85.
I was fortunate to be a member of a only the top ))0 will weigh .In their
party of five that spent a couple of catch. Academic subjects on both elementary
dan on Lake Bryant in the Ocala and high achooIlevel., and
Na'llonal. Forest last week We landed -Bass Wishes recreation camp are, offered
about SO bass on the trip. The wind Neil Crawford separately in combination for boys a -
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I Gator football Film and girls In grades through 12 at the
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college1 preparatory'
::>\ twenty-four minute action- both bank and Florida football officials. school. GO DIVING ON THE GREAT BARRIER REEf:
packed color' film of the 1977 University Five films'are geographically Students 1>> enrolling 'for academic
of Florida football season located for quick response to requests credit! la I math English social
highlights Is available at no cost to but any of the twenty-one Sun studies, sciences, and arts and crafts IN YOUR OWN BACKYARD.
civic church or, charitable groups Banks can obtain the film. It is being may sign up for 4 weeks obtain up to .,
from the film sponsor..Sun Banks oflorida. made available on a first-come first one credit or for the full 8 weeks to Your own awtmming pool Isnt Just a place: 'tocool cox get physIcxd1ySlt: ,
served basis.: gain as many as two credits. and impWM the neighbor., '
Pat Summerall.! network Those for '": '
: Narrated by enrolling Just recreation. ITS 'round vacations.To all the tun in the sun places can imagine..* *' ',
broadcaster who won the prestigious The exciting footage was premiered to audit a subject, or to improve their year you "
"National Sportscaster of the at ,four special press breakfast-. reading and study skills may enter at And you can afIorc11t.W1th F1or1c{ NaUonal'l> ,''YOU can J'ulin your. '.',,:? '
Year Award" last year the exciting luncheons in Jacksonville Orlando* any time during the week programfor ; pool tat one tow payment month .' Ji''r
recap of the Flghtin' Gators gridiron Tampa-St. Pet and BrowardDadelast a minimum of 2 weeks. SO go ahead This year start yacat1on1ngyear'rounc1ln yow own bade yard.' fWBKNOWHOWrriS. '
week with Coach Doug Dickey \
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exploits was produced by The recreation program Is available ., \
Productions who produce a major' Athletic Director: Ray Graves anciseveral to both boarding and day students j
share of the top college football films members of the athletic at no extra charge and includes ";'> .z WSINOWHOWTOH Ii3 FlarWaIl8Rk 'J
department on hand with bank officials. horseback '
,annually: riding.water skiing a fll rJ l j
This Is the second consecutive year variety of sports; arts and crafts, and '' .
Sun Banks has sponsored the highlights Those Interested in obtaining the excursions.to popular attractions In J.euaoe GI qaru'Sireef 904/944.7060 '
film.The 1976 season film war a film should' 'contact the Marketing the central Florida area N.nn.7prC'.V
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uruaiora man sent u out of 16 track fielding more than 30 athletes, Brad third "
run plaiAtyltfia time of*H9 ftIHnnett't -
men to the regional aa a result last ford Coach Ben Moxley said that the bet
previous timeWas& 01[.
Friday's district meet at Palatka Tornadoes "made a pretty good SenlorDavldCllrtet-tleCond in:the

Bradford finished third In the field showing for." only having 1:> guys 440-yard run, with a time of ;51. and'
competing.<<
second In the 220-yard run,finishing In
of four with a total I of 44 points The top four finisher In each event 4
I'alatka took first place with 126 go to the reglonala at Tltusvllle' 22 9 seconds "
points, St. Augustine finished second Astronaut High tomorrow Friday( I
with S3 points, and Clay High woundup 1\1 at 3 p.m. Representing Brad Sophomore Richard Smith third
fourth with 26 points. fort at the regional meet with their In the two-mile run clocking In at II _
With the Braves from I'alafka and events and times, will be minute and two seconds, and third in
the Yellow Jackets from SA each Sophomore John Bennett mile the two-yard run. with a time of 2:07. B
Senior Bobby Smith first In the
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I I 1 & t Senior Lawrence Patrick secondIn 4'r
L the discus with a throw of I40'9". w
and third in the shot put, with a toss of r: _
44'8"Senior
ANNUAL Isaac Cummings- xecond In __
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1 Choose Your Favorites NowROSES Senior 'Isaiah Jenkins fourth Inth..t"'tI tYN
,crossing the tape In 24 second
Ir Tray Of 6 flat.

Reg., Sophomores' Barry Thomas and ,
59"I. Todd Summons came within an Inch r" e

) or Iwo' of going to the regional, ;,,,, f
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vault with vaults of 9'fi". Thomas took / +
On Special i ; Summons'lens tries netting over the bar than did ,% L

The 44ii relay team, the mile relay
team and (the mile-medley team will
$299 Up also advance to this Friday's meet,
I, with the mlle-medley, a new 'entr)' :
into local high| school track, nailing J /
BULK SEEDSPeasBeansCornMustardTurnip down the mewl \Impressive time. L

The mile-medley Is a four-man ..-_ a I,
progressive race, with the first two ,
-Okra- Iri's ., The 197$ I\ff'n' Track Team: Front left Dale
running( 220-vard sprints, the Roger( .
Richard Smith lUcky John, and John Bennett Back leO-I "
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Peanuts-Egg & More-Get Em Now
and(the anchortlwan Coach lien MOil ley, David Carter,
lit:rd leg running 440 ( ) Isaiah Jenkins l aac'Cummlng .',' ,
running half-mile or MM)yards;'. *, Lawrence Patrick Knau; Bright and John JI
The Tornadoes' medley team ran dot Tatum ,
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::1:52.: with Dale Rogers and John ;

L Charger-Stock Prod-Come-A-Long-Auto, Taltim running\running the quarter-mile the 22d's, 'Ricky, and Johns.: Girl's Set 3 Records In District Track ;

Stock Waterer & Others .
liennc'lt finishing with the half-mile.:, .. ..
The standard mile-relay with four,''] Three school records were broken from District made it Into ,the lop each event go to the state meet, :'
men each running a quarter mile l is and the Bradford track girls captured eight finishers, St. AiiKUKtine earning Junior Cindy Griffith will
... .- 10% SPRING run by I David Carter, Ricky Johns>o seventh\ place out of 18 schools In the fifth place with .IG'g: points. and advance
John' Tatum and Esau Bright. regional meet at Palatka High last Palatka taking eighth place with 19 to the state meet in 'three different
\ CHLORDANE Isaac Jenkins. Dale Rogers Friday. April 28. points events. She finished first In the HHh(
MOWER Jenkins' and Esau: Bright are j Bradford finished with 33 points< t' GRANULE for Bradford's 440-relay. Isalaj the meet with another District 4 Tornadoes, with five of them scoring place finish In the mile runs with u'

SALE team. Bishop Kenny, grabbing first points and three qualifying for the clocking of 5:22.2.: established
place with 49 points. TWO, other teams state meet The top four,finishers In record. a newschool
Cindy also seta
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We'll Make You A Good !li 1:. record in the two-mile run with 8.
4 Lb Bag second place time of fl-BW: ,t. tat'(; .
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Reg. '3" $298 In Stock. Any'Mower Sophomore !Marian; Plttman idi.compete :'

in male in the discus: throw
100 Ft. Extention Cord after she hurled the discus im feet,
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\ With Purchase Of A I Marian a 1110 cnptul ed fifth placeinthe'
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Jerry McGrlff. the BITS girl's track tram and
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Madison Street Baptist remain in Jimmy Sullivan, and Don Ned all 2- 5 three homers, credited: to in two softball seasons Striking out
the lead In Men's Church League sort ford,Godwin and Whittle ted doubles: jI Ar A Betty Hudson, paula Reed and Diane six hitters, Godwin assisted In the
ball wltha ft-0 recant New River U 4- Paul Carter l-for-3: Jimmy I Crosby.. t r3 r r Jordan, the Domlnos held the First victory. Leading hitters for the game
1, Brooker U 2-2, Hope Baptist is J-3, 2forJohnny; Hobbs. 1-f ford; ana Blue dub to only one hit to for First Baptist Gold were Loretta
First Baptist is 24 and Pine Level la 3- Lyn Boone, 1-for-l. fhl'I detest them 24-4 Tuesday. May 2, to Ross. S-lor-4, all Id and ,
3, and Kingsley Lake U 1-8. remain first place In the Women Merchant 2-for-4. a single a
Next scheduled game* are Friday HOPE 0-KINCSLEV LAKE U League double; Ruth Rlddck a-for-4 both
May 5; Madison St,, vi.: Brooker at Hop managed tocome from behindIn Hitting for the Domlms were Terri! singles; Gwen Moxley, 2-forA both
':3O p.m.; Hope Baptist vs. Pin Thursday nights action*April 27 to Parriah.Carnell Williams each 3-for-. singles; Kathy Casey J-for-S a
Level at 8:45 p.m. Tuesday, May .; defeat Kingsley Lake 22-l sitar 4. Williams and Finish doubles single, and Candy CoMeDo, 1-1...-.,
New. River vs. Brooker at 7:30: p.'Ift. hitting around in two separate and the rat singles; Marie Grtffls, scoring en a single
..
and Madison St v*. Klngsley Lake innings. Luana Mundorff, 2-for-9 all singles; Hitters for Hope Baptist Church:
Baptist Church at tM: p.m. Leading Hope's hitting and scoring& Joy Maims 1-1...-., with a double and were Jackie Hersey 1-for-J. one
drive was Jessie Lee. 3-for-a with a a single; Diane Jordan 2-for-S. with a single. and Jan McRae, 1-for-l, a,
_River 14-Kfegsley, Lake 11 single, double and triple followed by ,homer and a double; Pam Klair,1-for- triple after walking twice. Pitcher:
New River Baptist Church defeatedthe three singles by Ronald flirt 3-1<<-3. 2. with a single; Cathy McAlpina! Helen Heresy for Hope. struck out ft
Ktngsley Lake Baptist Church 14- Also singling for the evening to help In .,I ; a y I for-4 with a single Betty Hudson First Baptist Gold players.
11, after ,seven) full innings of play the scoring attack were Dan Dead, .. (scored three times on two walks and a Special note to Mrs. Barry;
Monday, May 1, in Men'a Church Bill Gnann, with 2 singles Ricky Hall ;homer, "Where's the dinner to be held????"
League Softball with singles,Alan Birt with 1 Y
: single I Hitting'for First Baptist Blue was
Leading hitters for the New River Elbert Hersev with Franklin Nancy Payne. 1-for-Z all the
dub were Lloyd Allen, ,-,..., a triple, hE' and two singles: B. Williams, a-for-4. Nasworth with a single each. Jeff After the storm let up Monday May
an I Inrthe- field homer in the 4th McCray doubled and scored In the .standings CURRENT for the STANDINGS Women' League: The 1,the Merchants took the field to play,
final drive for Hope. one of their toughest defensive games s.
liming and a single; Calvin Varnes. 1for4 will be divided due
to the fact that the
Kingsley Lake led for I to date, falling 1&-1I.to St EdwardaCatholic
with a double In the third Hope one 'league Is mixed
Parrish with two teams
Inning with 5 IftIIlde-th homers Tent takes a clean shot. open Church.
Inning; R. Crews, l-for-2, a single In -parle aa well as the church teams. The
the Bth Inning. all scored by the Crawforda; Curtis\ : ,.. ;(" in
1 standings parenthesis reflect theov..all
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Crawford with 3, and Dennis Hitters for the st. Edwards club
Klnglsey Lake rapped out 17 hits. '
Crawford with:2, Curtis Crawford standings for the team, were Donna Samons and Cecelia
:
Daniel Crews,.Curtla Crawford, Brod was Pirates '
Crawford, Kenneth Mott, and Randall S-for-S, while Dennis Crawford and Will Go to AtlantaTo while church the trophy openstandings only.St. are for the Infante, each .,or.4,., Samons had
Douglas Crawford followed, 3-for-5. three singles Infants a double and
Crawford, all were 2-for-4j Frank .
Edwards Catholic Church
1-2
David Gaines was 2-for-4 Kenneth : two singles Maureen Santana and
,
and Gilmore Dennis;Kevin Ned f were Steve all Crawford; l-for-2. Mott 2-for-3, John Bradley, Steve Watch Crawford,1-ford' PlayCoach Hope Baptist 1total 1-4) Domlnos
with Douglass and7Jogn Crawford, and Roland Stern, were 1- singles; Jerri Lane and Lourdes
24 (total -0) First Blue
Baptist 3-0
1-for-l. for-2 each. Kevin Neel wa.1-Ior-3,and WI Casteneda, l-for-3, each credited with
Bradley,, (total 3-2)); First Baptist Gold 1-2 and
Randell Crawford singles Cathy Shoenlng. Marla
1-for-l.
was
or'" Allen Kohen of the Guaranty money for meals for the boys, (total 1-4). Castaneda. and all
I Emily Castaneda
HopclSF.Bapt.ilHope Federal Pirates has'announced that Terwillegar Motors Starke has Next scheduled games are Monday.,
Baptist took second: win of the PlNELEVEL>>-F.BAPTIST 17 he will be taking his team the donated ti l-for-4. all with singles. Michelle
a small May 8; F. Baptist Gold vs. St
;
Working for a Innings. Pine'Level wagon to Parker. 0-3. scored on a walk. .
'season Tuesday night May .2, going out hitter Pirates, to Atlanta Ga., Monday, transport some of 1M boys. A couple Edwards. 7:30.: Domino vs. Hope
1V11 by First Baptist Church. First pulled Baptist a 21 on Thursday win.,20-17 April over 27. May B, and will return Tuesday, May .of the male parents are" going along to Baptist 8:45: p.m. ; Tuesday May 9; Sheila Cox of the Merchants was 3-
Outhittlng the Hope club by one the Hitters for Pine Level were Doug 0, in order to watch the Atlanta help Coach Kohen and to watch the F. Baptist Blue vs. Merchants 7:30 for-3 with a triple and 2 singles. Karen

First Baptist club couldn't quite pull It Maines,. 9forBruce, Jackson afore Braves play professional baseball, will games themselves. Assisting Kohen pm. Powell and Nan Crews were 2-1...-..
out for the win and took their fourth ; Lyn Broome and Frank The day Day has and been all of designated the Little will win.' bK aaalitant coach Lester F. BAPT.GOLD 7 HOPE 2 singles.Debbie Malone was l-for-2
League players
defeat. Durrance,2-foML Richard Milner n,8hain. Fred wheeler and'possibly scoring on a fielder's choice. Linda
and be admitted free of charge.Guaranty Claude With Cheryl Godwin on the mound
Hitters for Hope Baptist were Jesse Bobby Milner were 2-for-S. M. Price. Good Hardee. Monday, May I. First Baptist Gold White, Jan Powell were each 1-101'-''.
Federal has absorbed the
Lee.S-for-5,with an In the field homerin 2-for-4, Steve Thomas and, Bobby : to luck. thethere's an awful lot held Hope Baptist Church to2 hits and Powell with a double. White with a
cost of the trip, insofar as the ,etc. learn about
the third Inning a double and a Smith 1-1..-. gas of baseball single. Debbie Broughton O-for-3
,Wayne Blankenshlp All the have to la the from these 2 runs defeating them 72.
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single; Dan Dodd 2-forS. with a for-ft. \' lonala. This is the first win for the Gold club scored on a walk.
double and a single; R. Denmark 2for3 First Baptist's scoring drive came
with two singles; Ron But, In the' 4th Inning beginning with
Ricky Hall, J.G. Broome, and Alvin Raymond Wl ttle'. 2-for-6 and
Blrt, all .'ar..; R Jones l-for-4 andF. continued on down the line-up until 8 fro ON SALE THURS..
Nasworth l-for-3. runs were scored. Hitters for First
First Baptist fought hard but Baptist were Jay Godwin 4-for-a; EAGLE Fill. & SAT.
;
couldn't connect on the scoring end of Johnny Hobbs,3-for-S; Lee Casey; and
the game.Hitters for the First Baptist Paul Carter, L. Boone 2-for-S, Jimmy
club were Mark Milner. 1101'wltb Sullivan and Don Neal l-for-4 each. .
three singles; Lee Casey 2-for-S; Milton Sapp and Jimmy Crosby Jr..
Raymond Whittle Jay Godwin. l-for-5 for the (tame.CIVITANS .

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Only In their second week of play 7 SONICS<4<
the Civltans put themselves In the No. Wednesday. April 26; the Clvitanitook \-
position\ this week with a 2-0 record. their second 7-4.' over 'the" n! I i) aa.rer
The Olympians clo onlcs week Sonic by collecting 6 hits on 24 trips e
with a 1-0-1 record, the are 0-2 to the plate., 3r
.and the Merchants are 011. The Sonia were leading the
Next scheduled game.for the Dixie Civitans in the first Inning, scoring 4 1:7 NxaAM
Boys are on Thursday, May 4, runs and holding the Civitans for 1H M.1i t31118SM
Olympians vs. Sonics; Monday May innings until revenge was the.name
Merchants\ vs. Olympians; of the game. 1 6.88
.Tuesday, May 9 Banks vs. Civitans; Getting !Volts( from'21
... trips to-bat.
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, : Wednesday ,; ; vs 1ii
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Allen all 1 for 2, with Leslie Morris,1 u I DSCK.NNAKtB.aMttuw..ae !
the Merchants in the '
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first )inning, the Sonics overpoweredand
defeated ,them 11-10 In three j pP tle "
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Innings of play, Tuesday, May 2. at Holding the Merchants: to 5 hits O.CIL.LATINO'AN TRAN.M1.KnNFLUID W"XWYINYl.NDS .' YA14JfKtrll & StOtOl

Westside 11 runs In Park.thr top The of the Sonics first scored inning all to 'and Olympian Chuck pitchers Johnson, also Clayton held Norman them to =25 83I r 48 e.:1._ DS tea.ae

hold the Merchants for the victory. 0 runs,while scoring 6 themselves for --. .i........ -. ek... a..w is .r o.slur 0w51 awn ..,.M.s.e, auvt sure AJasvale'y to -ald uvruww a.
Hitting for the Sonio were M. a tie ball-game on April 27. -,..,.....,_. bq.-lr.adMIit.b. a, sa..M..ak..S.Mp.s sr.II TNu1irr
Norman, and M. Jordan,each l-for-2. Blaine Dyal of the Merchants led Z baOtWis;
both singles. Backing them up were the team by stroking a double and a N
R.: Badfllo. M. Tetstone, and P.Southerland J es Peaces
single inthefirettwoinnaga Backing '"a.
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all 1-for-l, with singles. Dyal up were Darrell Thornton with a "' ...P.awr aaawN
.Hitting for the Merchants were Eddie double, Emmett Watkins with a
Winkler 2-for-2, both singles. Blaine single all l-for-2. Eddie Winkler -J
,Dyal, Stephen Polk Eddie Watkins, singled and scored while Stephen "

ad l-for-2. with singles. Spell. scored on a walk. was & sr teuITIASRKNITMEN
The regularly scheduled game for Hitting for the Olympians was led BLACK' SELL ,.ca
Monday May 1, the by Ricky Sullivan with a double and a 's 1"NO/1K $sIOBS ZZ10"11 ElBfL108101g1
Olympians at Westside Parkaas single along with a double from o 14.94TABLB
.called because of intense lightning Clayton Norman and Jeff Johnson VjLUBfLUBIYIMYV. 5.88
and hard rain. As of this date, there with singles by Chuck Johnson John CAD10' CASOLINA BOO RUNNCMc mar 'Ot

are no plans to play the game at 'Thompson Little. Jeff-Johnson and Steohen 'ame Tlssua eHOfic' S.,.ia.M 5v5.N.i si hair Tye I

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Uve Tsmpto,has mud sppdcatlon to the known stout the mental health 19 Eat Stares Bradford County 'Mrs. Norman and Mrs. Sally with their mother Mrs. Bessie Sapp. Mrs Joyce Norman and mother
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This change In classification I II sect diy, May\ 9uhlhehedlgw4l. Dated this 13th day of Apr!. A.D. 1978 the Mann of Ocala was visiting their mother and grandmother they were Joined by Jan'a uncle. Ray
to a public 'hearing to be held on ,. be held at 1:00: p.m. In at &.M. Florida. afternoon George Faulkners Friday Sunday.Mr. Bryan and Robert Cason her bothers

Tuesday, My 30 1978 at 7:30: p.m.. In the Columbia County Courthouse In the 4/t3 4tpd 64NOTICS Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. George Tuskey of Joey and Jimmy, Ramona Sweat,ana
the County Commission: Room hi the Commissioners Meeting Room Barry Hendrix and Indian River were the weekend guests Jan! aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. .
Bradford County Courthouse. At this The District III' Mental Health Board. os>MAM*so*r a./ONSpriAniMO daughter\ Aimee of Jan. spent Friday of his mother Mrs. Doris Tuukey. Jack Cason, of Ormond Beach. "
tine t person* Interested shall be 'heard Inc., a citizen's group Is charged with TO S5 OWNBIISOP. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Friends of Willie Carter will be Mrs.. Georgia (Kelly) Johnston Is a

for or gainst the proposal spedftod the nsponslbilitiss of planning ptw..MM ABANDONS lectMM"' "' IS a.*..O..T.Ckaeer ir, Clauder.NMv Faulkner George Faulkner Is In Union, and family, Mr. happy to learn that he Is out of Union patient in Atachiu General Hospital
In'the Zoning Code of Bradford' County, coordlnetlng, and funding these service SMIMed .._ OI.PeNNre M u.. and is General Hospital General Hospital and will be at his for tests and we wish her a speedy recovery.
Jerome John within a sixteen county area. "-. HMmM l.r.nrtv Act"fiattce iwrakf.!-Mwf seriously ill. We would.pprdelate home. He would like to have his .
Chairman Bradford; County Zoning Caroline Coleman President, In .<*.._*.t..xum sewer"IN ika a mara elaclalmx of need.everyone's prayers at this time friends visit with him. Mr.and Mrs. Drew Sweat and Mrs. ..r;'
Board the -- ec krtaftvlkle pr41.dyp.wm.aaba Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faulkner Gertie lUrt attended the
announcing public hearing said asd.THIS DOSS NOT INVOLV'' Mr. T.J. and Open House
by LM. Gslna. Dir "Citizen voice: are entM. In the USA *STATS.Acnwrt V.A. Forsyth Is patient at the Mrs. Ruby Yarbrough were visiting for Mr. and Mrs. T.B. Rahn at Green
1tpd &/4 planring of mental health slcohollem "Nw' Mr '''"'._ AMwmrt Owner.Alkert Hospital in Lake City where he Mary Faulkner of Starke Sunday Acres In Starke Sunday afternoon. It
....., had surgery Thursday. We wish him
TMmn l Jr. H.laisl a
end
drug abuse service and assist In the evening./ was sponsored by the Methodist
MM, A,_ MM** H. mt MaryM *., speedy recovery.Mr. t
NOTICE Identification of any unmet needs." Starke .... .and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Civ Us visited Churches of the area. .
PUBUC HEARING A copy of the proposed plan outlining MlaIesU.s.Isy. M.... .,_ r\\ visiting T.J. Robert Faulkner were her son, Gerald Conner and family We urge everyone to get Involvedand

The District III Mama) Health. Board ervice for each county Is available for 1-etewMei l-elel-MII., erartlar..._. Anise Ml-V JMM*t>,..Start., Fl*,. fl In the V.A. Hospital Forsyth Friday Lake evening Monday night In Lake City and Mr. help In the Bike-A-Thon In
City.
Inc.. win hold a public hearing .In review at each County Courthouse.. I,,,,I4M, Brmt, C.V.. .,.,.... PI.I Mr. and Mrs. Lee and Mrs. Joe Knight and children of Haiford Saturday May e. Registration
Columbia County Courthouse In the ergs every citizen who I Interested to be ..,..-..... CMvW, Jim, ........, PI.I4II4MV Alma Harry Jordan of Cedar Keys Tuesday night and Mr. will start at 8 a m. at the community
Commissioner's msetlng Room In Lake present at this May 9th ..-1t1g.1tchg PI, DWMMI, M.O., MS CypraH, ......., visiting, Ga.the and George Mary Faulkner Faulkner Friday were and Mrs. J.R. McLeod and children'in center with the ride startingat

CIty beginning at 1:00: p.m. on Tuesday, 11/4 101..17- OnicUt W..... .r ........,.. APT morning Gainesville Sunday. 9 a.m.
May 9. 1978. The purpose of this hearing .Wtyn* .I.. P.O. .*. M4. Stave, PI.IWM ,Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Hitler
t i, OVM, .._let, stir assS.Mmnan spent
Is obtain I PUBLIC NOTICE
to reactions
Input comment PLi.11W4SN two days of last week at their cabin In \
mgsrding the mental health alcoholism Notice of adoption of resolution of the P.r* and drug ab... cervices planned for Board of County Cornmtoaionsrs of Prwr A, Slate. PInnum Albert Stafford
Bradford. --Columbia Hamilton. Bradford County Florida Closing and prrc., Pr...... ....... pi. was visiting in .
Jax.
,... Friday evening.
I.I1W4M* PMM I. *APT S) rMr Aim P.O. Ii
Lafayette. Suwarwie and Union abandoning a portion of Unused Plotted
Sit .w.. Stabs, ft.unt Mr and Mrs. Cecil Sapp and son
Counties for the flacal year beginning Street In Ukeview Subdivision a* Per 'SMS. .._. Llkrcry Tr..Mw A.MC., rt
July 1. 1978. A copy of the proposed plat thereof recorded In Plat Book 2. .,...... .... 1
plan for ties counties la available for review Page 77. in Section 13, Township 8 ,$1,,IMV,OMklm M.1_,,5$. I *.> IM, t....,, "

at the County Courthouse. South. Range 22 East and Disclaiming PI I.trW-MM, e.,'! H.m> A",''''_ .,....... PI..
Itchg 614 any right of the County and the public in I.(..,_, erMH, tttmr C. Clarke, PI
and to the land lying within the confine. ,...,.-,,Mwicr, ...,'" A" Ban Mt Slwk. *. PI.I4II44MS ..
thereof. Hwitorwn,S. .).S..*> IM ll.rU,
NOTICE PI 1 LEGAL
SERVICES TO PERSONS Ml*?"* ,,. M.,.., J.MIM *""r SrtnM *r SW..MV. t
UNABLE TO PAY THEREFOR TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Mrs W P., SrMi.r, PI, St'"sfir"'UI, Undo."<1"' Gild* ""... SIC Francis
HOSPITAL .' Notice hereby given' that on May 1, I..l.|.-,. Hvmn, ... Am*, SlirM, PIlllirMlt. ... N
BRADFORD COUNTY Kim. WclMr' M. *r Olrli., *N, ftvk""'v."."<1".Ow".r*l..*l>*. I.e M..
STARKE FLORIDAThe 1978! hi accordance with Section 336.09 ,.
O M Or, Stark. PI.
Office of Community MsdfcalFadlrthM through 338.12 Florida Statute, the MII-M, LwKrwm, T. Prwik' Stark*, PI.I lWl.4 M. v,,,.... Phil
of Health ant Board of County Commissioners of ..II-M Lewis, May *r Jwpn I....*,_>. Wall j e. or HaulMISI
Department ,..,... .... .
-. LHiift Clue, Stark PI MM wall .I. m
Rehabilitative s.Mcea. State of Horkft, Bradford County, Florida adopted a ,$11514015. M/tkMtku5. J. ,.u",l *MI, w...._. Charln It.laiMdli .
has estabUihed the sum of S25.860.M resolution closing vacating and ,...*|.** .. Minim arM .. Wltk.__. II.L, ... I Mk IM,
the level of unoompenMted tarvtoM to abandoning a portion of an unused ,, |.ISI4l, Murrti**. Dewey *r Syr, Guy I.., Lawtay. PI.latrIM1115. w/
odunty platted street In Lakeview SubdrvMon' ae e.. ..... PI. cwKn-nlnt' I** mmmnt *rKrlpllan
be mad available by Bradford
541a1410P15' *. J W.I *l the P.._.. and nw aamn ..*
Hospital In the period of October/, 1977 par plat' thereof recorded In Plot Book 2, ."" .MII. ..."....., L.rer' Mrn al the Solder' may k*_.'_ ky any pwM
to September 30. 1978. / Page 77. hereinafter described, lying and I4lol' .*...,_ HrM *r ...., S*. IM .......... Oft MitrM lit Ik* pnpwty ky
This determination has bean made being in Section 13 Township 8 South Stark*. Fl$1Ie1M14 MMrnUKf an wiry M OS HALO A. Law,..
.......,..
22 SHCM tHrl. M. *r Mrs. ales c. Akandaiwd. Prawrly 'K"M.
and described follows
pursuant to the requirements of the Range East a* : 1."81"' ''. Starlln. "**"" ATP. ', DMi J. IMI SIM Capital Tallaka.u*. ",*..... 11_,
A portion of unused unplatted, unnamed ..... Tlph... ,,.,
regulations of the Public Health Service, bole a. > O PIMll i Number ( "'.IIIJ. a* wr M
U.S. Department of Health Education street lying in Lakeview **M, .....Do.> Clue m mn, accaunl nu........ ..... and _..... a*
5 ., SIMM ..oMIMiid'In ihlt iwtlc UMnt.. _
Subdivision being 30 feet In width and I.ua.4 IS Swnmcn Wllllcm $ C-O rMl iMrwilW
... and Welfare, (142 CFR 53.111> and th.epplic.bls .. M.MI, Starts, PI.I4itiii pmtrni: ta m. kMr ky July j, ,"., m*
provisions of Florid Medkal bounded on the East by the Easterly >, TvtikHM. LInS AIMe *r CmIiMPaul ...- will k. .*il._ tar cvMMy W N MCcmplrollw I
Facilities Construction Plan. boundary of Section 13 Township 8 T. *l PtarWa., Tnaraarlar, all IvnlMrclalmi
"Uncompenaated services' mean South. Range 22 East and bounded on I.HI MII, TII.... Street. P.O. S5 Mr.f should, k* dSrW.d: ta th* CamplrWKrptarMa .>
the West by Lot 18. 19 22 and 23 of t.rk*. PIMlMetu.
the which
cervices available In facility are TkYIIS ie* ". OALO A. LSWIICOMPTKOLLS
made,available to persona unable to pay said subdivision as per plat thereof I-W1-I1. Turn ..,... M>m, IIS N. Chtrry St.. OP PLOHIDAM '
therefor without charge or at charge: recorded In Plat Book 2. Page 77, public Stark, PI. ""ch| Ml .
which I Ia torn than the reaaonabl costs of record of Bradford County, Florida. rI
such service The (level of such service: and renouncing and disclaiming: any I
right of the County of Bradford and the e
Is measured by the difference between NOTICE OFTAX SALE
the amount paid by such person for the public In and to the land lying within the I I.

services and.. reasonable cot thereof confine. of the aforedescriwd land. Notice" I I. hereby given that on the 12th day of Mar 1078 beginning at 12:00 Noon st
The level set out above meets the presumptive Dated this let day of May AD.,1978.! I Starke, County of Bradford, State of Florida lax sale certificates will be sold on the I
compliance guideline. of the BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS following described land to pay the amount due for the taxes herein set opposite the II
federal regulation and .la 3 percent of OF BRADFORD ssm*.together with all costs,of such sale. and advertising. I

operating There wots.are no guidelines. which By COUNTY: /S/ Gilbert FLORIDA S. Brown Clerk of Said Description. of Ltind See Twp Rg* Owner CENTRAL HEAT & AIR' ,
'
positively Identify a person or family a* Board 2633-COM at 8W cor of NW, J/4 of SW .-
eligible to receive pert pay un.compensated Itchg 6/4 1/4 E 8 W N 80'E 100' for pob N 100' E CompletelyInstalled
ervicee.. Each COM must 75' S 100' W 75' to Pob Lying N.of Co t ;

be evaluated on Its own merit*.There oreguideline Gr Rd Ease Or 101297J978 22 les 22 Mack. Ruby E.Lee .., "
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO i I ,
established for a or V It'"
person
Taxes
fonfya* eligible to r.ceNe.full un- REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME, 1114.119 _' I 1* .4'll'r FROM .=: 1J
/Pursuant tql lSact 808.09. Florida* (I itti i ASiilie' ... 696 Jt.Kelly,TMBndlotd Cea.d.P :' ; t ;
r ..-, .. -arvlcee" _._-.f'!! '''' ..*'S__*,nottoe, f is ihereby give) that then> ." ........ "t.1I ? ;c't ... County}Florida .. a: !.f. I"'. !,;. W.: ; '1&-"
9J.18! '
undersigned Ralford Tetstone, Sr. and ."" ;f"1fIl'I:1'II'J: .. 1 $ ;' :
Rarford Tetstone Jr both of 835 S. 1978 Taxes 95.11 ,, ,' .j,."41111 4t 5/4 : 16' 9 0
JUDICIAL IN .THE CIRCUIT CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA EIGHTH IN Parker Street Strew, Fla. 32091 doing .

AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. i, T r '

1. "" r TON SYSTEM \

CIVIL ACTION / ", ,'': ,,,,, ,, .,..,.."'t" (((2 ANY NECESSARY I
ICAS
Case No. 78-148 WORK
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Jvfchael Woodrcw Callan, Plaintiff .. ',.C' .. ,j' ::;" 1,>:: : :::: : ,: A ; .' .. ..:.' I 1 :: r :';: ''. HEAT : .

\lit ,.. /
Clara RHa Callan Defendant / .HEAT PUMPS '

NOTICE OF SUIT The .ELECTRIC HEAT

NO PROPERTY phosphate ,; .OIL HEAT .
TO: Clara Rife Calm 211 Jordan .,
Drive Smithfield Virginia, 23430. industdoesn t ; L.. .SOLAR SYSTEMS .t
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for '" .. ,. .\ ,
Dissolution of Marriage has been filed : : just conserve ;

against you and you are required to serve ,' .. .
a copy of your written defense, if any to uteri Now it's ..
It. on the plaintiff' attorney whose ,

name and: address Is Hon George H. putting it back. ,.
Fierce, P.O. Drawer 1030 Starke ;
FREE HOME SURVEY
;;
Florida. :32091.! and file the original with :
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the clerk of the above eryled court on or ,

before May 29 1978. otherwiM a Judge-- t ;r.. .
ment may be entered against you for the ::

relief petition demanded In the complaint or Rorida's phosphate industry is one big O { I \\Vl\\\ \ I ;

WITNESS my hind and the seal. of user of Florida's water. And for years, UP TO EER I
aid Court on April 18. 1978. 1 10.2' I
it's been one of Florida's biggest w '
Gilbert S. Brown A* Clerk of said Court r St
By: Marian McRse As Deputy Clerk.. conservers of water. With t"'' .

4/20.. 4tchq.5.5/11.................. techniques that recycle ; NiNrma1MHum /
'IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF fully 85% of what it uses. .

BRADFORD Ovir Action COUNTY No. FLORIDA Now the industry is 'r rNm..eee, 1nanIns

of ROBERT O. further. With a YYY i 1
In re the Marriage going even I

WHALEN husband, and ANN SINGLE- recharge well system that. !:
TARY WHALEN, wife. .
NOTICE OF ACTION actually returns water to '

TO: ROBERT O. WHALEN. the floridan Aquifer. I HOUR I ,

Residence: Unknown With deep connector f'N t.

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for wells millions of gallons a servle.se '' '...halskaair
dissolution of marriage has been fled I' ..
day are drawn fromwatersaturated .
and you are required to serve a copy of

your written defenses, M any, to it on sand near D ; ,, pi' ,. ..".
petitioner's attorney. whose name and \ V M; ? ; *flw JBrBHHHBBH s ,.. _. -...,.(.. .... ..
the surface filtered and .
,
adore to JAMES T. NORTON P.O. .. .. ". ,.r.ll 'r :M'" .. .. .. ..
,Box eS8 Orange Par-,"Ra.' Q073: on'or":*;+ .""':":: :. ... '' T'fedntotheAquifer( "t .. ". '1'
Ii.,: ..w' "
before MavJJ.-v1978.4nd\ file the original J" "EV nt a11i'the recharge ; !'
with the clerk of this court either before ,a" .
service on petitioner'attorney or immediately wen system can help the! ) I /j '

thereafter: otherwise s Judgment phosphate industry arrive at '
will be entered for the relief demanded In
''
the petition. its goal: equalizing water' S$

WITNESS my hand and the teal. of supply and waterconsumption. SAWYER .
this Court on the 13th day of April. A.D.
1978. And can help ,1

Gilbert S. Brown, A* Clerk of the Court make the growing of food,

By: Beutah M. Moody As Deputy Clerk which requires the production of ;f Air Conditioning !

4/20 4tchg 6/11 phosphate, easier to swallow for t' xl '
............................ The Air Conditioning Expert ;,
NOTICE OF INTENTION all Floridians ____ ? ? :

TO REGISTER Learn more about the recharge _____

Pursuant' FICTITIOUS to Section NAME 865.00 Florida well system and.other ways the l'1r _______ Starke /..

Statute, notice I Ie hereby given that the phosphate industry helps us all. _1 I'' _____ J! :
_
964-7701 ,
undersigned Harold and Berric B. : Write RO. Box 5530. ,
Rt. 3 Bole 274 >Starlca.
Tha scn. 'j r
Florida 32091 doing business under the Lakeland FL. 33803. '.

firm name of T.I.M. FARMS," Rt. 3.. .. :
Sec 274 Starke, Bradford County .
.f,
Florida 320 1. Intends to register said. P' : e. .. ." "
fictitious name under the provisions of ., '. ..14.,'. } ..r< ," .+ : r V ," :

aforesaid etatut. .. ; you V V'. ... i'.j AMayo.l7R
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Harold and Bernice B. Thompson ",'

Joint owner. A.0.1978 t. FLORID, PHATtX0(1NCILepO Box 9930. Lskehmd FL 33803 a ((1113))646- 583'lI.
Dated this 13th day of Aprl.
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FURNISHED APTlMadare 3 BR 1 bath., with. ill te I SEPTIC TANK GREASE MOLDS call 17 FT SIDEWINDER ski FREE PUPPIES: GaraueShepherd WORLDWIDE WORM -- .

I Br,.vary ...... aaraa hud ('""-. ...... TRAP.c.......,., a.w llaei, Sbh-ley GI....,, ....1...., ...... Al.. ..5 ke.Marcraiaar. and ....... ph. .. FARMSi Crewera _.... TKRWILLCOAR REALTY IS READY WHENYOJARE ::

..... eareeta. drS,... A/C. bay. .... ......,....,. ....._.10. .I.. ren,". Laba Butler. 5/4 ttpd (At P.... 4M28Maltar 964-8153. Itpd 5/4 We... el henreatlaieed" ..:* I v
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Ideal far ..... ., rath-ad aarpatad, CH/A frail .... 431-1022. All. ....1.... p.... .II. '!. lUhf yeai.4 e ...... P.... 1-497- > .,

........Na ...*.... ar pata.MO eat traai, call 490-2981 (Her 'apprechned.. 3/3pl/eki NORTH CAROLINA 5,41976 A Y NEm'iiiiiM'ii. 3433. 1-9J5-0048. 1.8X46743.1J546B38. : ..
N. T...... P...... 884MM. 5 p... 1/4 3uhg 5/11 MOUNTAINSi 2.4 ..,.. ''' .F..... "' ..... FaamOyt.... 4/17/ 6tpd lID I INCOME PROPERTIES '-tr: .,
4/27 Sted 5/11 sTFrTc: everlaekle. .......... .... DODGE CORONETsFully were Back ... a....... I. Mailman home). apartments*tattage .21,....
BRADFORD valktya'' large waterfall' ....... Uka avar pay. ......- ..... married M.C, 1180 8480 weekly. .. eeJa.eeetaaUec X. ......."'. efflcei, apt.. Ut N. 170,000.

T-'IILE.7: HOUSE FOR 8ALE-2 BR, TANK SERVICEs. ...,..,. ,.... &r_.. ,.lavalykalldleg ...&0. Alas. 7.000 r.,. Air Sapp. Pl...* write M,.. .....-. I,.. I >.114 S. CppertCM-..", ..,lice lot '39,"'.
; .GrUfla RaiMeetlal ... .... 640. v.... 3 _aakat317S detail. Jha ..... ... e. ,
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.*....,.ay ,......1.. Ietawe. all... grad accaaa, Leae Mat the.., 3O20f S.W.172ed COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES'J.. .
... PbaI M4-6810. l.chFOtt.RENTi Alee commercial aed ladaitrlaL .... P..... 782-3348 ...., 0 Bee 103 Lake City, PL ..
.Pbeaa 9044020. Ut chg" _I..... 33.00, 6800 Ave. H...'"', Fie. Drive .hi" S. Great location.
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1,: '.or, Feat aervlcigaaraataed. cad a..ema ..... .JB)., .aeytbaa. waakaaditFREEZER 33030. "" 2tpd 6/11 ?!2L3ito( ._._____I .
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: \ 0'&. 8..... P..... 9048121.4lpd MOUNTAIN CABIN. 4 lichg 3/4 RESPONSIBLE PERSONsW.atid 'I *.7000....1.. C 8 building Brewnlee St.

...-. ."' ... &.,. ... THREE BEDROOM acrai. ..... cable, b p...... .:' .;;wti;;; IRON PROBLEMS? Beatetahimg ;. .. ewe aid eparateaaedy '
Applf. PrIM Shop. HOUSEs 911 W. Pratt St., ---.---------- Flr.t claus all the way.1 BR. Alaa. 1 ."" ".'.ur, 821. year cfetk.i eedkatkreaei ... aeelaciHm ISOLATED PARADISE .
U.J..Ie.. .1..,... ar 473- hvlag rs... .large .kltchaeaad Tra.h aad garbage' ......".. .hrga rack Ih-aplace walUawall Ned C. C.,..... It,. 1, Ba. 'Ia&a,..' beceeaaal veedlag ravta I. Starha Bed Wilson Rd.yet near town -23 beautiful' acre: ef i: '
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dlitlac. area. ar family hi Ualee Ceaaty. for mar.mfarmatwe ....,.,. ready .. ..v.let. 175 ,-I. SUrha. P.... M48530. less Ie year water Call aerreeedlee. .,... Plaeaaetbealeeie. pastureland-cut a.a button name 1 BR>2 B, 'r
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*n nsj. ream. with eatlag bar. CH call" 496-2190. .. N..'''' to 10..1, GrIlle L.... 5/4 2lpd RAIN80FT WATER CON. High profIt ...... CHelA picas tree. ham, ....ced. :;:' ", .,.:

'TRMLt0WOt RENTi 2elv with salt AC. psrU.lywp.e.d .. 4/27 4tpd 5/18 weeded ..,.... .larga deck 5/11 DITIONING OF BRAD. Cae atari parvtlme.. Age ar 27 LOVELY ACRES 'ft'f.: ..

.a..IIt1tL......" mdda. laaadry. had paaawd.ream,L.c..... .----- .------ .,.,..akm. .._,..... vary FORD COUNTY far Iraa .*..rIe.. eat .Impertaat.Raajekrae Near Hampton Lake & Rd. la-Well septic tank, .

,Werthlajteo.,$prla... tlOO Nub ... yard. Equity DISABLED VETERANs private. 333.000. 8750 ...... DUPLEX FOR, BALE water aealyala.. N. .,...... ear. slid 6990 aaihmveatmaat. Fla. Power $...,OfO. ,. .
....... eallMIM-3130. 5/4 82800 -... ..._. .. WBI cleae. eat year garage HaBawed ... ....... I.... CABIN Epperaa* BtrMtJ Ill it. ..... Better .,.. com. ,. see Far detallewrtte '. ,": .'" :)::

1hgKlTCU'ESs)' 8100... C.. .ba ron.pmli...... te keea the. uawaatad fecaled ea *.4 ...... gaadaececa lyle ..... I. aach. ..". .. ha our alike at SOU N. sad ........ yaerpbaee. ,.
,jaah.1' 4732406.tlchg ,. laad la all ....... CH/A. 135,000 P..... M4- T....... Sterha. Pheae 9640572. VENCONtORPORATION AFFORDA8LE"rkedille ,,*.>
:. IBH FHA. Phaaa_1..II..SI-I511. ,. !. .lea. area, the cable., .. eat 7574 la* ..... 5/4 tl/ckf We ale Sarvlca aneiahaa 10988 horn M W. Madison 11,000. .4
apt.. TV, ACLellKJaa !. 6/11 N. sailed. I.. ft/4 2ubg ."CARPET- INSTALLA; ...,Iot.I' ........... bet. H lacampktely .. wataraaftaaari.FRE c........ Ave; Lea A....... BR' 2 B, CH&A. Owner will consider financing. '/'

c........ .. T..../ fIor......., TIONi Eiparleacad I. all dried IB Bed laveabto CE coNDrrioNE"ii i'"LABRADOR_ --" .. 1HMM4. Itpd 84CARStTRUCKS ..":'
'waklr' ,....IlIy. ret.T. ... .. while. yae n.... It u... a...'.... 110 v.K.. EXECUTIVES HOMEShaded -
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deilra light ... ..
retriever 1Id1. ...
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.. .. .. 880 SPLIT ... 2 BR. larga duck. s.., 122$. Ph.. .. 904.7212. Itch.. '"
.aca. N. ) by plllll 1 situated on 3 acraa Batten
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BR. 3 hath carpeted., ",.po., .htahmg. ....,..... ...., ewaer, prefer aewhome
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4311522 alter 5 .Rd. The ham If one of kind Traditional livingat
'. 5/4 4td S/25 2JOOO) ... ft. UvlB* area .. Sacre. ...... te Mil 317.300. '.,500 te .... ... af ream, e -

.. Phaaa. .1It.11I&2. 5/4 ..". dewe .... ...... ..... SIX LOTS! 1700 aach.Z7a7dfar '; dag .. yeaag eaeagh te ha. Its flnaat. ,
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3tch 518OWNER --------- .. few tr.laed. tar hustle.. call 4311322 1976 HONDA .
SMALL FURNISHED ..a.BR ( T. are a al ever S.OOO ...... h..... L.K. *
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..,. Pkaaw 0444ZO. 38U- APPALOO8A HORSE FOR 11.1.... WE have all typaaal Edwarda. R.altar, Ph... altar 6 P'". 8/4 2tpd HB 23.080 .Bss. .40 ACRE FARM

A W.....,.. 8t, SC....., LEA VINCi 4 BR.3 STUDs Ph... 490-2126 ., preparty llatad fram 8500 4134903ltchg: 5/4 5/11 12,700.) Peat Sea acraai 01....Iree.473-4989.Keyataee Bauant Rd. with cozy country,borne traitor.KINGSLEY I?
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,Itpi 5/4 .: Bath., tally ..,......... 498* 2903. "/c', par email acre tract.aad, we.p. abe We. have have YARD IALE---; HaetahaldItaaii. GOT A-TASTE FOR AD. ., 471...... after e.... WATERFRONT-' KMJ I.
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:tJN'FURNIS..ED ... BR 8154MM.p.a.l.d G.... ceadttlea.Ceatact carpeta., YARD WORKs Gel the. belt ...... cablai, ..... eld > C......... ,.. _.. 1&. VENTURE? Y.. will led Itla If/ob. ,. 3 BR homo with larga'dock for ..nt.rtllnlnl.It ..

aattaca, 3 blacka fraai paatnit. 614 Wit ..... for the ....,. Frea .."..ac.. term*. ate. Wrka, ar cal ferIree B....... far d. Salarday 9 the. Navy, Travel te ... .
A. GRAND Appro 70 K 200.
.. !. Ks.t.... N. C.I .. ...,. Pboac 9647699. U.U.g b'....'.. Tug a.UI.. Mcth' ...hit ThriftSbap. clUag ........ W.,. .. apaaaage TORINO .utiee
8t. Starka. Itpd 5/4 .. _. .... .....&Ioa aall 2. 3000*q.ft.homo,duplax, plus apt. over water \
ckfldr.a. .. ..,.. ./.. 4tchg 5/4 c.. call Iris .. charge by US 301, L..ac,. Itpd ....... ... Get tap ( .
dlaaag.. I400.4311'7421.Wrlt. ....R&o.. earear tralalag 498-2408. 5/4 Itchg Appro 40 x 1200. ; : ,
'80/.... '.. lint sad .la.l OUi RCOOii' G"ae 54PIJPPIEStAKCTI.gI5I4PI.d;
..,... rat. P.... 4733495. deck ...rIkl. Lake SEWING MACHINES ar call' &011I.,. CHEROKEE med a great "&ar.. Per man !
llpd 5/4 huge Thkt .home. REPAIREDi tactarytraleed LAND CO., Murphy. N.C. ...-.,..... aaetaat Chief: SEVERAL ,AUTOS 1970 HAMPTON WATERFRONTTWO -

baa Brooklra.let al ckarca 4 .BR.... 99 1&. epeclaa'.t. will ..,* 28900. 4/27 7tebg tfo G.,... S .ph..f m.1.l .., K.lly.372-4289.Or aea .. at Maverick. 4 eybaderi 1969LTDi beautiful hornet for the discriminating.. .

(MOBILE HOME Fural.bli; '; .. lahe. It cetild be. ,.u,.. vice. all makee ... ....1. la ------ ----- 3 waahi aid. Th., leek Uka Bradford Square M....." II 1972 ........ v..| I
12.80. CH/A. ,.........1.. Price reduced ta 849.000. your .home, all work gaaraeteed YARD SALETSatarday 9-5 boer.. 8SO ...... P... 468. .... te S pji.t Thavaday I 1967 CMC pic.-... P..... LITTLE SANTA FE LOT-

....,... at R.Io,'. G.-er,.S LJt. Edward.. Realtar, 473- tar .ppol.'...' aaa p.... cWI..,... clo&..... 1859. Itch 5/4 p... .. 6 .... 1/12 17lckg 782-3321. Itpd 5/4 75' on water fU.SOO. Owner will consider

.1. 8E af Start.. 8R 18 ... 4903. Itckg 5/4 R.becca RoM at R......'. carpet, &0,., ether It..... ----- .' 4/28 financing. ,A'IAT
8R-100. I.... 5/4 F.brlc'l. 380 W. Male, LahaButler. Feliew ..... ... mile eel I NICE ACRES I. Clay. .. 1173 MUSTANGs V-8, PS,
L iE"PL 'E-i; ;;, 4/0 U./e., Batler Read, Stark. Itch. C..." 9200 III.*.. |aad PB. AT. good machaaJcaleaadlUaa.
FURNISHED _... L.K. Edward. Geed .... aadUrea. WE HAVE JUST ABOUT SOLD OUT OF HOMES. :.10::
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..... Fl. ap la.ld. sad have ----- 3/4 INSURIHCI( .
APARTMtNTSi Light. Bad a real .... pl... 821..500L.K. CUSTOM MADEDRAPERIESi Raaltar, 4734903. Itch. 5/4 975. Oae swsor.Ph. WE NEED HOMES TO SELL' .&:

hit ..,., I.r.1.l ..... P..... Edward.. R.ilter 473- We. ire let --------- > .. 984-8502 er 485-1705. -- II' : '
84-8071.. Itpd 54UNEURNISIIED 4903. ItCh 5/4 forking "'. al fabric. Fre,: GARAGE SALEs Saturday. lABIA SlAYs A'...'.... 5/4 3tpd 5/18 !I I- mmmm amjmm -aY bI

..tlllo.'... 1.0.... 8l.ph.a. and Saaday, 10 5 p... 1030 highly fanOlMd.. ...... 9048O7I.72I INSURANCEs Rlherd' la- RUDY I Now ,Have ,r//.,'.

APT- A-BEAUTY TO OWN, CI.;' pboaa.!!. 486. 2219..6/24. : :.!tl/cb. Seuthg.ta Drive., Starfce' _. tl/cb ._ .....e. A....,. Farmer TWO CARSi 1970 Gs.dPrIa THE SIGN PAINTERN. I Flourscent Light. I 'JrilI
0.....,....apaUlr.i .. tewa, .....1.' baa laha : aft C.I", Rd. Follow algii.. i vA .... Dealers B... HuRdle. .. cad 1987 Chevr.lsl.Ph. .-. at WaldoFlee > I For The Home & Office I

C.atr.l II. and A. Far a.... ta dial lake. 3 BR, 2 BILL'S HAW SHOPs ternplet 96..- :MI0. Itch. 5/4 W TSON'8 HOUSE OF P.... 496-2101. Laha. Butler ... 904-7212. Itch 5/4 MarketSp.cl.ll.i.g The )

.......U... call 964.7271 arcam. ."'.., completely. .u,....... >.. ". Mrvlca .VACUUMS. Maay ..n..1 Ion tl/ctig __ --.. :' : IJ

by Bulllnitaa'a GUI aaw daablewlda. ...., circular. 'C. carbide, TEN ACRES. law vacuum.. used. PONTIAC CATALINAi hitrack 'I ..f" ,
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Shop 104 W. C.II St. ll-thf .."... Owaar ha. ....dl c........ mawar blada .hallow apprailmately 4 .1.... Wait ........ av.llabla.. ; Ecpart MAINES INSURANCE 1972. 4 ..,. fetterlag SHOP ;
F"oS"KENT'rMJbU.; ;;;.. priced. right at 828.000. L.K.Edward. ground .... bataac.d. L.... el L...,.,. Call alter 5pm.wnkdaya. rapakri.all...... Part. tad AGENCYl 100 S. Lake A.... AC, ,JOld/&O.,... .". ..4 .......... 'tAI- q.:

Iw ,.., la C...,,,, 2 ar 3 ... ""&0,, 4734903. at JachjMB Building Supply, 4682889. Itckg. .......,h. for all vacauaiyataaia. Lake. Butler. ..98.1978.C.I.&o .lew mileage. ....11... WHILE----WAIF : Call St., I: ;i
404 NW lOtS Ia.ur.ac. Service.Hveryoa.T" ,
BR. Fu'&....... ar ... lube 54BALES Nt.rka ar Kayitea. H.lght.tlcbjL 5/4 .....1'1... 0. ....,. Pheae Op. Frl-S.t-Saa-Mea. .
Avaaae, O.In..U'' Phaaa ..,aI...... Phaaa 9613114.eIcbg !! ___ '- 3767110. M/cha 9644312. I179a. Itpd 5/4 : ...Service
CUSTOM HAY BAILINGs ;_ li 'ln.uT.oleTImmediate o.l
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:11ffl : : MOBILE HOME REPAIRS Round ... .q...... hales.Ph. LAND FOR SALE: Kay- c....,... bypheaa. PONTIAC STATION
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KEYSTONE Uka ., InUrlor aaterlar. Mobil. ... .88.1440.4111 2tckg .... H.lght.. Nlca traaa .. JOE USHER WAGON 1971. lull po".".
,.. rly. ...'W,. ..C.tI.r.I,. borne waehbig. ..... ledpatlee. 5/4 era ta 10 ..,. tract la AGENCY 4962126 er 4M- AC. ,"' 1., ....ha .-. rvaegaad. Floriland Realty393N.TempleAve. ,

I BR. alflcbaci. ..n........ : Nitloawlda .label 9647109. Experienced.altar 6 .....Phone. 4/6 MOBILE' l HOMET9177, aalghbarbaod of law ...... 2903. __ __:...__ ... he ._. at 368 N. ,.. .
lacludlng' atilltUiA.. .law a.17S.OO r...," med tape dbtrlbuterhaa 4tpd 427HEWING I4.60. .....,....... 1970 S... 10'. permit mobile. Cherry St., Starha. P..... Lillian C. Pearson Star...,Fie. ,: I"

par .0.'.. .,..1.. lor ..lea ra- .. TOYOTA Pic.... track with ...... ... i.ma ...,1..11 alaha. jtOTQIlCYCU: 96441957. Itpd 5/4 REALTOR .040'
K.o&_. H.I..'. Radty.47328I4. preeBtatlva ta .....Ic. .large tap. Phaaa 964-6703. 4/27 Priced ta ... with BRANCH OFFICE' 064-nod. t
DODGE VANs 1965 'ZOO.P. 4.-;
tl/ch| ret.l ataral. Salary plus, car MACHINES 2tpd 54iipPErn tarma brawl MOO. dawa .. 140 1 .... US301 NORTH OPOBOBSatorday.A.hLi' J
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FOR RENT 2 S,.... ...... E.labli. .hed. ,.... ,'el......, U.d aad ...J........ >TpEeaV; r..t11..A.2t ......I... J K/tWflAKlTI ._... 'roaD 'T-m ilr"WA t flTOi. 7614AM Ill" "' / '!l kquiusi''iitJsiitsuI.! IliU, '

BulldlD.. E........ far reverie Ja.,. Gameevllla. '7. Wark ......,..... .I.... .,...&." Ie 1977 aid lisps O.-r47r 1.."30 tl/ch. 6175. P... M4-72I2. Itch.. *973..,...Aalem.Ue ....>... Very Beat S BR frame; Hard te FlaJ/ 1 acre' hi: eft* ,

R.tall ar Offlca 8p.ca. Lihe City end St. A..II.. Strlekla.d.c.,..,of M.,... .hi raid .ter.... Phaae 9fI... 5/4 ah-. 82.00O. Pkeae 984-4304. career ktt. ....000.' with. Spaetah. hama,unique .
llllh.it oral truffle covet la ,,,... Phone collect, Mr. '". t TITAN-I\1bTOa\ HOMES. 1SJu
Read aad! Jl w y_ f/chg!. 6227. ./., Itch, 5/4 after 6 Itpd 6/4 ----- .,. .
M.lra.a lad. K..t... .,... I they. I-30348I-4618 for w/axdi at aff.rdabl.. SUZUKI OF STARKE. p.m. 2 BR baagabw. fir.-...... --_ .

Still' ,...1.,. Call 473.1953 I.,.,",.. aad appt Itch. ALCOHOLICS TRAVEL TRAILER. 18 ft.' ....... W. have .. ,... ar Suiukl ...yearaathorlaed ..,. CHEVY PICK-UP 1170. sidle. .. lerelebad. If draIned Nic. ....... 2 BR. 1 1/2 /

situ 7 p.... tl/chic I 1/4 ANONVMOIJSj Phon. 964- calf. caatalaed, a/c, .........-. ........ la pay. 8.. ar sell Phone 964-6020. 1040 South LWB. with tapper, eitrecleae. $1300 or .u.,. "''t.. mablw ..., ,."t
---- _ __ 68940r9644582.tfchjBUILDING Harry Halchar, \f. malarbamaa ... ......... .
EFFICIENCYAPARTMENT n n Ph... 7823046. 4/27 2tpd Walnut |301 South I. IJ95. Pheae. 4081298 --- welklag. ta towe.Lot. ;:. ..
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5/4 .arvlee.BaUwla Starka.) ." 3 ft/4 I BR. 11/2 bath., frame ktwalkleg --- .
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FOR "'u"" .. I UNENCUMBERED LADY U/rIg .r P'" Itch ."
Chivy Old. US 301Narth.
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po' 0. I e help care REMODELING sad repair. B&o,... P... 9047SOOt !l1
GERMAN SHEPHERD ..... ..... H ........ ..,' '., alee. area.Be.laeaa '
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Security c. .Caalact Ta- i leml-lavalld. Mr. RH. .. N.w III'c..., bathe. altar 0 p.m. or Suaday. REGISTER =. =. "'!
Rise Metal Starha, P.... I:..".b.rry.RI. 1, Boil 19-G lamOy s-i.... Brick. Block puppy lull bl....... partly 9847461 4/13 4Uhg 5/4 FAULKNERREALTY 116,000. ...
.. 301 far .. '
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114I0&-<<1784. 4/20 Stchg 3/4 Uawtey (Strawberry Acree). ./or.
CoBcrata. a7h7briek
FireplaceepeclalUle. 1P GAS 4 BR. 2 "" CHI A." V..... Late.
496-3932. Itchg 5/4 zEp is-s. ;
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HOUSE; FOR RENTS Small. -- --- aad S........ Amy di. pool. fl Q ballt-lB raeea-evoe, -- .J
*E8r-ONTlBLE PERSONs 473-2373 tl/chg 308 S Thompson St Iocr.. 847,300. P........7700 .
3 BR ah- ceadltloeed. .brgeyard. AK.C. R..ac, ,." Buy trim a ,lacal, p.raae wbacu ,, V.,... P.Od..
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6123 depoelt. Waited la own aperitacandy PIANO .....Ic.. .... Phaaa 964- 964-6888 Temple ':)
TUNING .andReriuir. Dab.rmae PuMhcr 2305 .. ....1 Eitata
.... ... .ctla. Lance alder home, gee ,
II 25/...'.. Ph.... W47013. WIDIam George, Pappla.. 3 black Bad ac.. 1 11.71.13 4tpd 5/4 Starke,Florida Broker ".
,..d""' ,,..,. la Laha Butler Cash & Carry _..t.... 4 BR I bath, I.Ir.
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Itpd 5/4 P.... 964-5287. ,II... Fl M. I red sad tae ,..... --- -------- E.II41e a"
lad ..".....1.. .. Paul H. Fsilku.r ........ I ....c.... 10
MOBILE"HOME i with 3 BR. 'Pl.a.ashauls.. ... High -fTELEVISION- ,.,..,. oa '...1..., call UTILITY BUILDINGS! All Dock Realtor acraa, 830,000 ,.,... Pearl A...row.Aieodate ;.J:

waehlag ........, ,..... I prelK k.... Cia itart part- REPAIR AT 4964744.% 4tpd 3/4 ......u....,...,.... r.c.p- -- -- I 964-7739 ".

pace.. Na .'IIIU.. .u........., 'Urn.. Age er ..po,..... sot DISCOUNT PRICES AT ------- '.bl..I"h' ....ach.. .. Ughti, Home Delivery Of We have ....,.. 1/2 acre 2-etory. 4 BR I 1/2 bath. Janet Staring :j'
$50 dape.it, N. ...11 Important. Raqulrea car lad JIMS rURNITUREt 455 EARLY AMERICAN Sola 'oa... sad ,..... llaar, sad 1 acre beautiful block CH/A steve rat Aliaelato, 7824898 t' rl
pet ...,....,. Fir M.la St, Labs Butler, 498- sod chair. ._.. 4 .
chad. ..1,. la Lawtey, quiet 1990 cue I. Reaphelet.r.d I. delivured. sad cat ap.Fu.echig building .Ic... 4084) peed ee .. ,
..I..b.. ...._... P..... 782- d.lalle write afld Include 2985. 3/2 tlchgWANTED January al 1978. New available. up ta 48 Cylinder & -- ._. 337,800.
3279. 3/4 your ....... V..... ........ aad arm c...,.. ...t'. te pays 60 >l..i.Suiukl Service Statlea fer Sale ., ,
luhg Corporattoa, 10388 Ce.hdoe I)....', lit la .... hame.Phoae ..Starke. ,964-6020. Bulk Gas --- 3 BR.2 Utk"br"fak. CH/A Jr ')

NICELY: V 'FURNISHED-is.bed. A.... Los All'.'.., C. i',' '; 964-8390 ar 964.7435. 9 4402I.' :. 5/12..tl/chg! .!! -- Old' pet shop buU"I.. 5 .Ir.pl..... bare 7 .... ......

.....,.n...'. Private 90064. Itch. 3/4 Itpd 54CHAIN" PATIO COVERS I0.20. altered lor .... er ,..,. tflftWi :.10 acraa.670,000 GEORGE ROBERTS,JR.Reg. .

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laqulre at 603 E. W..I.. .. S-.a-R"-; EcaaemlcCeuacll CASH! IOK4.O1.D. Sterling, 'TiNK-"FE"NrcEi GATOR ALUMINUM..ppl 4620N ACRES, L..'., 21/2 ears weeded., aleebulldlag S ..,.. ._."&... aahi. Phaea 964-7826 gjr I);,..

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tea Jewelry, call., luppllee cad ,la.talbtloa.Pheae .W. I3lh St.. Gam.avttla. ., LAKE i.lOT $7o.soo.! 986 N.rtbT..pl. A _
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l.oa.Suwaaeee. A UalaeC. 3 BR. CENTRAL HEAT BR. alee' ...... 301 N. L..,..,.. .813,000
BI".... 473 1089. 3/9 mexceUeat
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.untie.' i I. sow accepting d/.h area, with, daubla --
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Klagilay .application for the lollowlagpeeltloBs .,. .... SflJi acne 134000 US 301 I
._ Well ( .cre. perch,
533 2360.: 3/10
tlcbgSTOP Supervisor 810,000laaauaByl. Caa.tructloe WORK WANTED- --! -I '!. Drilling.' ;.| (:Iwcliji-d Ad f AND BETWEEN KEYSTONE STARKE 2 BR. I alcely. ............. T.... 156.500.: : UII;, ).

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ho..... 481-3432: ., 48* COMMERCIAL LOT. ,...1... 3-
If not,muit p...... a p'.... Fasr.Rolary "': utility room,
Whare will you be 5 background .IB cen.tructloe 2091. 1I..t..,.. Itch, 5/4 66,300.. 95144065. BR, 1 batb.Frame :

year from today. If you> work. Ability ,. eupervlea H KINGEMPW""iM"tNTI Drilling Equipmenr .' -- AaeachteaIraea [ -.-- '
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continue to do what you and trale. oah.,. la the 9 yr.. experience la peroiacl :I BR. I' BATH HOME: L. Fiulha.r ae acre lacouatry.
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are doing now? coaitractiaa Ihild.. Ability to aupervbloa.. ad- STATE LICENSED Keyataae. 943,500. E..t... 964-5143 ,. -- REALTY very- ..

accurately maha nat ....,,.,,.... sad aacuritywarb. ... .. ... ... To"CHOSE Busts ... BahheaEvealagc S Ae,... N."-.-. ..8&arke.
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FSES local November l 78. Fer PumpB FROMi GENEVA LAKE ; *"
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your County Weds Settle Slerba.Florida 32091
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Community .u. Creech : 9646162Formerly J1'
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Limited travel' ...., P.O. Ba* 70. Live O.h 4tpd 3/4 Briag yaai taalkaraih. aad I Icv. OWNER FINANCED .11.|. Lawtey. :f.-.'i I

necessary Product Fb. 32060. ClauSe. data tar ------- 1 / .la U... eemptelely I POULTRY"FARM. LONCCHAMPHome Goad laceme pr.,.n,. ...TammarclaT lota ee .. ,
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International Company. al appllcatmeei May 12, | >i Mebae heme, t hath. and 1300 So. Ft. I Story frame 301,
f-Z Building
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For Interview 1978. -Ae Equal Opportunity axle,aad Ir... Wll pick up. Terms loral '3 BR. bamawith OWNER FINANCED.APT. ..,.... ..,.., afWuhmgtea .. ____ 'I
call Mr. mobile
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JlchOlt E.spl.y.r'IiHITE ....... C,... ta l EweI90.v.' tract vary
904.261.3403.DODropIn lake
SALES. 9643606. 0,.. 7 FoV RENTs Must ..._.. '
PIurnbar'Newinstollotion -WE BUILD- aaU.ewaor flauclag.13i6S .. .. ... 8RI'1'
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lake care .1 ...1..11... ,.__ ?, I I j"Bi M."". Heaready .. '
.I..'. Reply. te Mary C. WANTED DOMINECKER LAKE LOVERSt Hosisos OFFICE SPACE FOR Your Lot Or Ours .. move late.Located 'BR. 1 ..;;. liv"irg ream, .

'\ lii,.. 4616 Burguady Rd., chkkeea.. eel riots aad Laha LI",. Baaatllul I RENT,' KEYSTONE. FREE ESTIMATES WeetmerelaadTrailer carport, CB, Ie ,.... Very, .1).
Sn J.ckooavlUo. 32210. ..... ......... Cal ....1521 ......., ..Ic. b.ach led I I'' Park. Itt )
III,. alter 6 ,.. 5/4 2tpd 511COOlTlpRICES Remodeling lahe ...... I' 6 'BR, '3 BATH LODGE Remodeling RepairsAdditlone ----- r.e.e.able.'L' ,

-- _._ -- -- FOR RENTs. LILLY Oae Acre H... altai, .CEORGE ROBERTS. : : i
Cft- REGISTERED NURSES PAID .., Repairs$. N.., 3 B?k,2; bath .... .. I LAKE Homes Bought .....1.. ._. ... .... Real Eatata Breber r

3 s. Starke Part time tar Starka and. ....d mobile bamei If ..n' .. ** .... 1/2 acra> Pavad ." ... I ,..Id..,.... SR-100 S_... Ph.. .964-7326 )"rfI
-' 964-6740.. K.,,,... Hli. area, te give gage la 3/4 paid ar ..r. 4 It. ctrpet.CM/A.hirga" d.ubl.I. I NEW LOCATION SolcL JTradedACREAGEFOR! ow... llaaaeiBg.P. OPEN S...,.. AM.nfl

.', ,t><>- 9.5to laamlaatlaa for .Ilia OLIN'S MOBILE HOME DurrancE' carport Sea ....". Readyta HIGHWAY 21.North \ -
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executive. Health Servkea. diyi weekly. ttchgfriiift PUMPS ft.SUPPLY' -1--- I SALE ,.... Real Estate -
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i/4 2 bathe. 2.000 ie,. HOMES Office 9646162Eveamga r Inn
appraa. AVAILABLE.CALLTODAY "" ,,tL. Fusses helghtabaaatlful .
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SOTNVESTMENT NO .Ir.p......, A....... I :. tuay 301 Sov.tk/ I p weeded tete. hbjh. ead dry. "

.r" & King Szet I DELIVERY. Eare aatra ( Results 869 N. Temple, Ave. .:::f..r awoar ra.e- PHILIP CLARK Stark 633-2210 paved atraate. baud. yourawe. 10
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; liD SPRUDS aaay .m yaer spare 'U... I Starla..Flo I. .. --- i boeia...or' .yow may 9 .'1
Sii arah. C...." ...... -I NEAR TOWN Attractive I Ib. | | REALTOR ASSOCIATES like. eee of -.. Call far b4o&aI1o.

[..hum .... ..I'.....,. ta 9647061MOBULK 1, _., iarga I........ I [9 I ,KEYSTONE Steve Brmmeol I t' II
OUSTRUFFLES Wilsa'sm1Do9 E...964-6331
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f. d -....,... JI.'. Styling smvic.: IOLCS GENEVA Cal taday. ,larappebitmeat. '19041473-4037/ *Bulldozer WorkLarfle ,t
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5T: POSITIONs! Fl..- OPENING. ** ? east attractive.larga I FURNITURE j I ... t BA ....... heee .. .

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.. Thomas Realty T.! rg 600 W. Madlaon 8t SMrkefTSltStt On.... H_... .. .. ...
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May 4.171 TELEGRAPH Pap.1I II
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I 1'HE TROOPS. ARE'IN !111! !I Iby

4y' ,'
Sgt.Randy J.Ogren
Public Affairs Supervisor

I Seturday. another signalled ofannual
beginning of two week
active duty training for
w
Tampa sard Infantry Brigade and cT
upport units from all over the State.

,+s General Jean Beem Commanding:
General of the
Brigade welcomed the
I 1 .N, troops to Camp Blanding aa they pre- ,
I y'' pared to undergo intensive training. c:
-
General Beem'a slogan for this
i
pt Annual Training rriod.; "Combat 'I r, c(,bl i
Ready In 28 Days has become the
! goal of the 53rd Infantry Brigade
, whose units comprise the greater part ;
of the Florida National Guard.
j Through guidance leadership, and ,
r +i i.r training, the 53rd Infantry Brigade
+ will be
ready for combat duty within a
period of 28 days should the need w
arise.
Approximately 2,200 men and K I
;ff .4 u < women from the 1st Battalion 124th re L. 'Apr d
Infantry from South Florida, 2nd ; I
Battalion. 124th Infantry from Central I
;44'h Florida the Headquarters and Head- \
, 'r r quarters Company of the 53rd
f fI
j ; ? ; 1 n Infantry Brigade from Tampa, the rprir j
jJ J 53rd Signal Platoon from Tampa, the !
jI ( sard Support Battalion from the r
jj I Tampa,Si. Petersburg area the 153rd N+
Engineer Company from Lake City ,
the 144th Transportation Company
j from. Marianna, and the tilth ",
'
,Aviation from I
Company Jacksonville
, began arriving last Saturday and I y j

have begun Intensive training. tiu:

I The 3rd Battalion 124th Infantry
r
, : : from North Florida and the panhandle
I is not attending Annual Training at /
f fr.a"
I
Camp Blanding this year. They have
I been selected to undergo jungle

8P5 Lance Lester, 8P4 John Dennis and SOt George McCorkel. medics lathe
: Florida National Guard participate In MEDIVAC training of wounded I.
I soldiers (photo by SGT. Randy Ogren) 0] rr. 4f>ww
...d.- .. t/"r'''''' ]

SP4 Richard Swindon.Co B 1-124 Inf.. Writ Palm Resell unloading gear on Iii
City Tables ActionIn arrival at camp, (photo by SSG Tom Turner) ;,1

training in the P.... .1U1 canal :ZO..B ala tour of the 53rd Separate Infantry '; I
Jater date this to Lt. Col. GUll fGonlSleB.
summer. Brigade, according
IBEW Pact TalksActing 5i Although the Brigade has only beenat post commander is a. t
Camp Blanding a few days already "whole flock"of Army Reserve Units '
they have already been visited by MP's and medics; a regular Army 'f
as a legislative body to pay overtime rather. than awarding several distinguished guests In- unit from Fort Benning, Georgia; a .
Tuesday. May 2, Starke compensatory time.In trr cluding Maj. Gen. M.W. Kendall unit from the Second Maneuver ,
commissioners heard presentations his presentation Johnson quoted Commanding General of Readiness Training Command from Atlanta Is .
by attorney Jesse Wolbert. acting for councilman saying the city finances Region 4, who arrived for a one day carrying out training exercises in
the city in talks with the electrical had been described "In the best shape look at training on May 2,and Lt.Gen. support of the training and a "whole r
and union In years" and could afford to give Smith flock" .
department attorney Hal Jeffery Commanding General of First Army evaluators.A
Johnson but postponed a decision on raises. of the First U.S. Army, who will be
the disputed/ contract. "The money is there Johnson arriving today to observe the separate Infantry brigade suchas ,
: said. He said the auditor reported a activities. the 53rd Infantry, is commandedby t
COi, tract talks stalled last year anda $308,000 Increase in electric revenue Most notable guest thus far to Camp a general. A divisional brigade Is I''
I special master was called to argue a surplus of >(244,000. lie Blanding has been the Assistant commanded by a colonel. f
I arbitrate the IBEW and city dispute the entire package would cost
Secretary of the Army. Robert L.
i Special master C.F. Mugridge Issued the city $17.500 with only 16,600 Nelson, who arrived by helicopter on All of the 53rd Separate Infantry I Is
{ his findings in October 1977 and talks coming from a 5 percent Cost of living t May 2, for a two day stay Secretary' training at Blanding now except the
which
artillery unit went to Fort
Increase.
: have continued with the
city rejecting Nelson stated that the "..most
j portions and the IBEW rejecting "It is not realistic. to save fora rainy yL, 1 impressive thing that I've seen is a Stewart I

', portions. day, the package permits the union to very solid training program... very The training has only Just begun.
W lbert Defaced his presentation get what the rest of the"city employeesget meaningful training..." and a'...high The current unit will be at Blanding
asking: the council members to ,treat us like them, said Johnson. degree of readiness." He also stated through May 13. Summer (training of
con Ideal' what is best for the Wolbert contacted Wednesday said that the Florida National Guard other units will continue until the third
employees In the union best for the he disagreed with the figures pro- "...certainly has to be one of the best week In July. i
city! and best for the citizens of vided by Johnson and the cost to the that I've seen..." The Starke unit will be on active
Staiike. city would be double the 17000. Supporting the annual active duty duty the latter part of this month.
P into of conflict between the city The salary Increases alone would be
and UM n.Included shift\ payer! ".71?.; ptpbini4 pension 33S..'social '
.cllff rental overtime pay,,a percent. a MWH jWt *"1\.. prtwwVacaiDpeos. r Cancer Crusade Under WavlVtiw' ** ?W*"' ..JI
coat of living increase and. extra lion (337, and overtime at the 5 per '
holidays. cent Increase 3900. A total cost to the t n.f h (2.500 .is 'Deeded'lor'. Bradford American Cancer Society crusade
Wolbert presented information city of $12,000 plus added pension County to meet Its quota.I In the 1978 against the dreaded disease. {
about a noncontributory pension plan benefits would double that amount Donations of(3.100 have been madetoward
that!would more than double the 5 said Wolbert. Rains End DroughtBradford the (3.600 quota, according to
perdtent across the board increase He said last year in excess of(15,000 rw"t Miss Lillian Stump county crusade

asked for by the union. He said having was budgeted for overtime. Wolbert County received a total of chairman.
the : contribute to the employees contends if compensatory time was of "We'll until 1
3.27 inches rain in April bringing to keep on we meet the
retl fund offered In place of overtime the
ement would eliminatepay city t "
an end a semi-drought that had quota, Miss Stump says.
ig taxes and Increase take home could hire new employees and thus. reduce for
hampered spring planting
crop
the workload. Crusade chairmen are out poundingon
several weeks.
pal other point disputed by both sidesIs Wolbert said the 14 member i Most of the month's fell doors and asking for donationsnow.
overtime. The city said it wanted bargaining team and Johnson contend : 1718. rain. on They are: Mrs. Maroan Dell,
14 Overtime pay deleted In favor of they want what the rest of the city ; ".' ,, '- .. April The Keystone Heights fire tower Reno and Lincoln City; J.T. Murphy
com >ensatlon time.The union wantedto employees are getting. He said if they :. ; ". reported only 2,3 Inches in April. The Mrs. Juanita Houston and Mrs. lata
keep overtime pay at IVi times are to receive those salaries they water level In Brooklyn Lake has Franklin. Law ley; Mrs. DeKltch
regiiar pay. in accordance with 1973- would have to take a pay cut. come up slightly however to the flow Green and I.S. Kelly. Brooker: Mrs.
76 arbitration. The electrical l workers salary range of Alligator Creek from Magnolia Ina Home Mrs. Smith, and Mrs.
from $164 for unskilled labor Frank Clark and Mrs.
Johnson In his presentation said the weekly Lake into Hampton
Brooklyn.So
city: 'lost an earlier arbitration on thatpoint to $217 for the foreman a skilled Lynda Sullivan, Theressa.
: and "shouldn't engage in. worker. far In May Bradford has A l.ooo donation from the Jaycees
retaliatory action." Other city employees weekl.) received only one-tenth of an inch on of the Reception and Medical Center
"Don't penalize employees.. .. he salaries In comparison are: Deput) May 1, and Keystone reported four. a Division of the State Department of ;
continued. ,clerks, H48-J167; recreation supervisor tenths on the same date. Rehabilitation at Lake Butler '
"You would be taking dollars out of $120; recreation director $214; The four-day forecast from Florida enabled Union County to be the first in
pockets if you yank overtime.not Y heavy equipment operators $114- Forest Service was for possible the state to reach Its 1978 Crusade
may be able to make ends meet $177; mechanic I. (210; truck drivers thundershowers Thursday through goal of 2400. The achievement was .
added Johnson. and laborers, (131-140; police he Saturday with temperature ranging noted in the Florida Cancer News I
Johnson pointed out the special department operators $124; for Robert L. Nelson. iinder-secrcUry of the Army leaving helicopter'as" from the 80's to 60's circulated statewide I
master had called the city's positionof assistant police chief $219; public arrives Tuesday inspect training. overtime ."Irrational.'' He asked works department (126-(2S2; and gas I
the city to allow time and a half time department. 139198.
rather than compensatory time. Action on the special masters
Wvlbert said the U.S. Supreme proposals was unanimously tabled
Court had ruled cities are not requiredA without discussion. And
Mother's
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:Election Set To Fill Raiford Vacancy I Day is

., \ We'Ha1)e May 14th

{date of June 26 was set to fill the Varnes he had misunderstood the summer programs but perhaps the ,
vacant council seat by special election council about the Insurance needs last town could check Into the matter as f
as Ijaiford Town Council met for the month and had not informed his they had contributed funds to the
regular monthly meeting Tuesday. underwriters about the playground recreation program' well as other _
.
.Matf 2.Tne equipment that would be installed. communities.Olin ,1 Gifts For Hern
vacancy was created by the The additional cost to Insure the was requested to give Whittena
February 7 resignation of former equipment would amount to $98 schedule of dates the lights at the *
councilman Sid Taylor. annually, Varnes said which would ball field would need to be turned on .*
Passed unanimously the motion to bring the cost for liability Insurance for the softball games to be played at
hold; the election introduced' by from $200 to $298 The added cost was night. -. Give Her A WallT, ype *
I\Ilc'ael Dobbs. Councilman Calvin approved by the council. Clerk Alvarez told the'council the '
Varies was absent. The insurance will cover up to last bill received for the lights at the \VrileOn'\VipeOfJ #
(Jailer town ordinance the loo.ooi for each occurance.: or so.ooo- ball field was $124 for the month. )i- $298
elec ion will allow the person wing/ per person. Memo Tablet
the election to fulfill Taylor's un- Council attorney Wayne Carrollsaid The council also voted to have "No # :
expi ed term of office which runs the fact that a mistake had been Alcoholic Beverages Allowed".signs
until October 1979. made gave the town the opportunity to placed at strategic points on the com '
Too persons appeared at themeeting cancel the policy altogether If they desired munity center property. Recipe 2'X3'Oak #
indicating their interest In or to try for a lower rate from :
Attorney Carroll brought it, to the 11 Box Frame
the acant seat former councilman other insurance companies throughbids. council's attention that ordinance #
an
Jlmitiy Green.. Neal Thornton and Marie Carroll said the problem didn't prohibiting the alcohol would have to $ Bulletin.Board. t
will need to qualify with seem to be the cost of the Insurance. It be passed as' the property now be- 3X5 J75O2S #
longed to the
town and the Sherrifs
Raid to
was apparently finding someone '
Town .Clerk Kathryn E. t'
Department would have to have ,
provide the Insurance Prior to last an
Alvarez before 5 June
7. when,. qualifying p.m.Thursday.to' run for the month's meeting. Clerk Alvarez con- ordinance on the town books before $
,
they would be able to, enforce the 4X6 $869 j
offide.candidates will be required to tacted six Insurance agencies In the ,igns.. #0
provide an affadavit area. with the result of having one
desfe and eligibility to run: there is personahow tipst the meeting. Doyle 'Discussing the community center, \
no qualifying fee for candidates. Varnes.: Olin told the council there was a dire t'
Citizens of Raiford that wish to vote Robert Olin. coach of the Raiford need for fencing around the ball parkto -- ThankYolI : tr.
in the election and are not registeredon women's Softball team. requested the prohibit vehicles from driving up *[ Eaton Th ; *
tine.city books will be required to council to provide funds to furnish the Into the ball playing area and -
register with the county Supervisor of team with bats and balls to use. in destroying the field and grounds: # Notes I
Elections by Thursday. May 25. regular competitive games. Mayor J,D. Griffis told Olin the Office Shop
MM.. Alva,.*. received approval A purchase of five bats and a rasa of town expected to receive additional Stationary '
front the council request the same' softballs was approved by the council. clay for the field during the next weekor '
poll workers that worked In last fall's Councilman Herbie Whitten was appointed so. and the council: very aware of 964-5764 Pen & Pencil ,
election to assist during the special to check with the Parks and the' problem and working 'on the 125
election In June. Poll wOI'keralaat fall Recreation Board regarding any solution. % Qf(
weft O.B.' Gordon' Joyce Redding. leftover equipment and money that. Council 1 members Voted to purchase Sets
Castle Starling. and Myrtle Lee might be available to the town. a 3-horsepower lawn mower which 110 W. Cad SL s_. Fla. T
&we t. Attorney Carroll said he understoodthe would be used.by the Raiford Volunteer -. :

Ind inert'nt'members Insurance were Agent told Doyle by equipment board would''to the be loaning'school part''for'of the the mowed Firemen I In'the,,in area.keeping" the' grass .f ***********| ********************** *


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I i March Property Sales Reported at $433,550. .


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Bradford Lloyd G. Edwards to Claude M. Tyson-, a single man dated April 18, Homesites, $83.500. one acre of land In SW corner at the Vernon H. .Bryant to Merritt H.
:, March County property sales for Stanley and wife a parcel of land lyingIn 1964, and recorded in Book 42, Page Hiran P.. Kirkpatrick and wife to SWV of the SWV4 of S22 T5S. H22E Williams and wife, parcel of land
were reported at $433.550 as S26. TttS, K2IE. said parcel being 80 $100. Dennis P. Lendzlon and wife a part of containing one acre more or less f 100. lying In S36. T6S R21E ".000.
compared to sales of I6I8.6WJ, In designated and shown as Lot 14 shown William L. Harrell and wife to the SWV of NWV4 of S6, T5S R22E. Leon KoHenberg to 8.B. and Helen Robert W. Day and wife to EugeneN.

Maun IJ5J.9H.I: :I977and: In J\IIfI.SII/I .In Februaryand on Page 2 hereof: said lot being conveyed Luther D. Ralcy and wife Lots 72: 74, $16.000. L. Lamonds, Parcel No. 216S all that Jenkins and wife Lot e. Lakevlew.

of Irmigactiorm Januury.J'rlces with perpetual right of Ingress 76 and. 78 on Cypress. Crystal Lake Dorothy Teston to Dorothy Teston portion of NEV of NE. East of Road, $43.800.
are figured
over and across roads, easement, except the Southerly 272 ft. of Sill, Richard Warren to Laura M.

from documentary tax stamps affixed and canals, as shown In said plat, '. -',..-- -\-0-00 -....... _...:.-.1 T6S. R22, $ .700. Warren lot 20, Lake Bedford Shores
to deeds filed In the office of the r 1
$4.500. Wilbur Rush to Lizzie Mae Boswell.
$100.William
county clerk. Gerald Grlffls to K. Anthony Iota > and 6 of Bk 13, known as anti R. Alderman and wife to
Ethel D. Reddish remarried Pemberton and wife Lot 38 Parkwood wI *designated in '"North Reno," $ 00. James L. Waist or Carol B. Waist, a
widow and survivor of un estate by recorded in I r parcel of land situated In the NW'. of
Subdivision as per plat entirety of It K. Reddish deceased to Plat Book 3, Page! 5. public records of 1f R uN Giisson and wife beginning at the the SW* of S3, TBS. R22E $18.500.
Kiity omb I.,. Smith and Andrew U. Bradford County Ki.. being In S29. 1 "' Intersection of East line of the NEV4 of William R. Alderman and wife to
:Mel *. as joint tenants with right Mitchell L. Butler and wife a parcel
TBS. I122E. $24.500. the NEV of S34, T6S. R22E and the .
of survivorship the north 3 acres of Nathaniel Whitley to Nathaniel r.F. t1 "r South right of way of SR-230: and run of land situated .in the NW 4, of. the

the !S.A, Bailey 1.I.t l all per map of the Whitley Jr.. single man. NW Corner West along Southerly right of way, a SW/4\ of S5. TBS, R22E. $3,000.

"Town of Ijiwley"* UK recorded InDeed iif. the NW"i of SE' i of SE I of S26.T5S',1(22K. :! distance of 319 foot, for a .point of Affordable'' Homes of Florida.;' Inc.
1>> Hook 1 "ugecII':\ the public re- thence W 100 to Talmadge L Presaley and wife Lot
run K 100 ft. ; 040 FLORIDA ATE a, M0 beginning, $100.Lelond ,
cords d( Bradford County Florida ft: thence N. 50 ft.; to point of ; A. Brown to Charles D. 51 of Pine Ave., Crystal Lake

"13.1551. beginning and being the same lot of ..,,.. .\1 r 11 7 Spencer and wife, a parcel of land Homesltes 31900.
.Kind |P. Reddish lo Andrew B. parcel of land conveyed unto the 4 .. bounded on the South by Sampson Donald C. Brooks and wife to James
MclumlM the South 5 acres of the grantor, herein bv deed from' Gad PRISON --I Lake lying In S27, TBS R21Ei$4.230., M. True and wife part of the NW>4 of

S A. Hulley fjol UK per map .of the .. ... Margaret G. Batten to Gerald the NWU' of Section 2, T6S. R22E
"Town ull.I AIM. try" .situated In Section
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Grlffls. lot 11 and 12 of Block 2, $9.000.
.'.t.. ir>K.; Ht'K:, Bradford County Dowllng Park Subdivision, 2200. Frank Porreca and wife to Gene H.

Moridii. $131551.llurv ., r William H. Maxwell to William H. Huckeba and wife, .a parcel of land
.K: Pulling Shafer and < + i Maxwell and wife,9 acres: lying In S30 being and lying in the SE'i of the
Kilmunii.: II. Shafer lo Soulbcnst 1st ., \. ..4 1 T'4' ,_ r '" tN T7S. R22E. $100. NW'.i of SU T6S. R21E. $3.700.:
National liruiu h Hank. 1'nrcH !I' ()Inc r' '
Timberland Builder. Inc. to the Ott
IAWTryr Elizabeth Caroline
Green
RUth
lot (nulling East: and WOK! :2.1 I It. on .. ..;..... 4 / tl r., 9 w'f TI 'Green .and husband Anice Corporation, Lot 1 of Seminole Ridge
Raney
:Nuvarrv; c'.. and 1 113 ft. N. und' S. In b and husband to Unit No. 7. S12. T9S, R22E $18.SOO.
Green Dittmar ,
lad N. Him N, in OnCity of O ....i. William F. Canon and wife, lot 4, Town and Country Homes Inc., to
'ljimpKin: l'III''c'III' (Ads 10. II. 12. I.I.: 4f" w Lots
Roosevelt 11 and 12 of
Rogers,
mid .14,1'Ily of I In nipt on in Kloi'k .14. .. -. .,.S.T > Block 12. Gaskins Addition to the Block Unit 23000.
1. 8. Corllotta One
of
Town of Starke,a portion of the Nth
.7.rJlHI. r' ;, V .V J
?" H-i i Walter Williams and Sons. Inc. to
r >
in SE of SEV of NE
SEV4 ,
corner /
> vf 4
"ir .y
'r ;, I. i
u Hosea S. Santies and wife. Tract 46 of
," "> R22E. .
5' S29 T6S 12500.
MV -S. ;i"A. .v tr" 7VJ \ rxa' H JTvLL'iH
<".{.if... *. (. ,K 'TvQ.X.. fy Vt.A"T" George A. Simmons to Ralph E. S3S, T5S R22E. 11500.
i, 'l. Walter Williams and Sons Inc. to
-I' : & I Heck and wife. Parcel: parcel of
.,7i ,'W'oo land situated in S9 T6S R22E; ParcelII Guy J. Silver and wife part of the

u'J'" ; 1.1 /"" ". 3CrVtlKrTT 1s : portion of the E% of NWV4 of NE". SW'.i of the. NW'4 of S2. T6S, R22E.

,. : .. .-. of NE',4 of S16 lying N. of Water Oak $15.000'( :
,"" oJ Walter Williams and Sons Inc.: to
.1, ';< '' I Canal In T6S. R22E 6000. .
"
\ ''1 'If....; 1" i'' .ys Bob L. Cooper and wife to JohnnieB. Ashton M. Prescott and wife part of
"
'; ; '." :,. '" : ri Thompson and Dudley P. Hardy the NE' I of theSW'j of S2. TBS. R22E.

< "'oS' <.._:..:. '. : V 2 \ \ .' F TXJI'W yv- j Lot 57. Parkwood Subdivision 35000.Inc. to $13.900.
'Town and Country Homes
& ." 'r<, : T" James T. Bryant and wife. Lots 12 and L. Dean Cassels and wife to Lamar

-:- '" ? 13 of Block 5, Corllotta Unit One, a C. Bevill. the West 2 acres of lot 62.

.1. .. ...... subdivision. 30500. Woodlawn S31, T5S, R22E $3,500,
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1 \ .... i. '.,'.." "' : '':'::: ARSON IN FLORIDA example, Is about $321. The average
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t 1j 'The investigation of one of the loss of each arson offense however-Is
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.'Jill, .<.: ,.. ... ,-r ." ; .. ... \ I. ''F" .'\ largest arson rings ever uncovered In 1294.:;
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....r .. "C .t. .y : '. '. '.1 .." ":, ,. arrest of five persons after federal auto theft the property may be

'--- j ':I""''' ; .. .. ..,, '(. .1:; grand jury Indictments in Pensacola. recovered but. nothing is ever' recovered .
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'1 .... ::1 ', 'j. They were charged with 27 counts of In an arson claim. The
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,, .. ( racketeering to commit arson In property, is burned, and frequently,
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I .. .... claims submitted to three companies
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f- I ...- ,;, \ .n, I"t '- amounted to $297.000.: .
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y. jf ." ""_ t. ,1 .. .; The persons arrested, 'including Team
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__ '., : ... A. three Florida men. had been under atwoye '
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J ', ... State Fire Marshals Bureau of .
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.'J"-J .- ..-...../ .' ', .' Fire and Arson Investigations the
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I" "" ; '" 'R : '1'" J FBI and the sheriffs' offices in League -Golf at the Starke
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L ,. ." J' .... .. ., counties. past Monday, !May 1, due to the
L -.D'C... -.,. .......... The fires were part of a scheme bad weather. .
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Shelter '. ''' '' ''1< ;: "I' ,;<..; :. '.i ( ;:A.... : filing modest exaggerated'costL, burning Insurance them'and a alms then: could to finish not be their listed.rounds Play will and resume.scores

Emergency .. ;f- .. .f.. "> ;:ilr"-----. ., .... ,,- One of the three Florida men this Monday, May 8 at the country
..' 'f'., .5 Indicted was an Insurance agent from club.
: Fort Walton Beach. Ronnie O. Steele.
: Current standings in the Men'sLeague
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Needed for Children .IL.'t; {. F who owned and operated an Insurance Golf are: ,
I ." agency allegedly assisted in
; / >.<"/,/ / <' Team Captain Team Score
rvMiniit obtaining insurance coverage on the Adkinson 401
r.1) Warney
t r I, I
lltlll .Mllllll !I. |1'1... 111 I 111 .1 ItlSllTlimiM' ,, ': I houses. Delano Thomas ': 405
1".1. i iiiiiiilli a child is let t in : tl: l J '
found
lmli, 'i-.1 liiinii lluil,' has hi'i'iilitfiinl ,, ,, t : a Evidence at the burning sites Bob McRae 405'a
I'.i.iillniil: i .in '
ounly in i'iii'i'gt'nt'ydu.dan .
't t1Ik 'n un+J.h and the similarity of claims submittedto
", ", wild 11I1I111I'.lutu. I Perhaps lot'.11'1' 1,1' .ilhiiiiliini-diir, di|IHil.licil 1. 1 I 'N" ErmieJones 408'a'
he h.is tlnldifl, loi lung! |H'IHS| of the .insurance companies alerted Grover Howard 410
hit iiinllii-i i is in the hospital or ( 'i1.\; :
'iH'i'ii .iluiTil., lit his (Niients und needs tiiiu' I 1-11"1"1'1.1'1'111.,1.| ." ,iii' >l\ iiiiln1si.ill' (" 4tL' t investigators of the possibility of Jack Hazen 410'n
tr' 1 arson. Al Coston 416'A.B.
hl"'II..1II1Ulull'lu .In'lI
-onii'iim' in linn lo lor his curellii'ii : bur au'placed u_._..._____.......__.._...........___ -t It is estimated that arson Is costing Howard
1 i-, ,i pioKiMin, that could I find in Midi linini's thi'oiiiili I liellllltlH 423
.,.. I Floridlansat least$100 million a year Ben Moxley 429
..llI'l"'I'lnl' the iluld.in !. S .
-lIdl"II"'II ni'iu-x" erVI.nen > :
and is the most costly crime in
hiltlit'ii in I osier homes visit uilhllii'irp.iienlHoiu'ea .: "II' .. Wainwright 433'a
\ t turn'l.i* <>r nigh) Hut I he pio1:1.1111 : .
.r, : i.uks. s niiiilfi| '<> .iml no one has % month in the I illS ".:i. ,0) '. property losses. The average amount Vernon Silcox 434
iillt'iiil, II ll'II' Ii. nil' tar, shi'llel 111111''l'I (Ion't want to lose contact \TKTKRKS\lill.llKRT: : : ; : l : ., :: of money obtained In a robbery for Freeman Reed 440',.
COMIM.KlKSKKdtl'ITTKMMiNGMarine: .: : : ;
'('InI I IIPIul.i iM'ii.iilincnl. ol. 'llciilth.mil with their parents haul Timer In
I l:i'h.iliilil.ihSCIXHIH" < llltSiU I Their mm IK lo help parents gel hack Private Teresa A. Gilbert ,", ,
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'ii'inlN| it i Is "ID dire. need. I here 'in on (heir lift and lo gel| the children d.iunhlcr\ ;Mr. and !Mrs. John D. y ', ... ., First Spring Grid Scrimmage:

\ r.i.iillnid\, t', unty" lor ,|Mlscitilo hark' home us noon us posHible iillxTl; of I'll Hox U.... Keystone ..I'It.' f; .
\ \iiliinU) Ihnr lionii's i in ease nl ..II'h 'I'I id'i* are Maul :-T foster homes in llcilihlt.. Flu has completed recruit ,. ... w .
.III I'llll'IKI'IKX! IVlSOII- :I."I| | > lO lilt'( Itu'u ttni'd Coiinl.x' ill Ibis tune I'over Ira uung at .1In'I ;Marine Corps Itecruit l I. On Tap 7 p.m. FridayBradford
-I.ill-. and I ln'conu' lu'iMised t lit ;in x.iul until it! Is iinl.iir lo platy children 'Depot. I'.irris Island S.('. .' LeA.' I "i -

"i'iiicilriii'| hlit'lterlien I he lime w do mill cnirriiitu, '). slim !tc-rm care1n :She /iMilit'ipalcd in an 'active 4 '., High gridmen put In a have been impressive.
.t rumen" .mil the fluid medshcllor lor a I osier 'home physical conditioning program undti.nned good week of practice In preparation Sophomore Edward Hamilton..
.short \I hill'. usually less than :Ml IlliS( is "rtrpa'sting| Dial us iii\om in pioliciency in a variety of for the first spring scrimmage 5'10' 1S5. freshman Mike Jordan.

days, tla IIIIS has a. place lo lake teu'stttl 1 in lictoiinnu .1 hcousedeniergenvy imlitai.v' skills including cline! order > .' ."" tomorrow IFriday I .May 51 aU p.m. at S'8"" 140 and freshman, Kenny
1 ilu'in I shrller tonlail Ilieni The drill\ and I irM! aid Teaniuork and self- ..j'I'(I'\! Bradford Field. Ethridge. 5'9", 140 have all shown

'\Ucan') like them lionnilh niinilii'i' in Staike ,is '"..1111I'. The discipline wore emphasized. Coach Davis Hurse says he is promise at running back. .
II..." said IIHS IU'pri"-oiilili\o \\ nlI ice is lix.-iile l at T.T: S \\ alnulMlifl. throughout the Irall'linjo'l'll' ."';, pleased with progress of the team Two defensive standouts were lost

I I.nk' I'tmvr :Suite; A. Mil tinned (hi' !Marine Corps, In. after seven days of practice this to graduation noseman Kenneth

.....1.1111 such an emergency. the January 1978.! spring. Seven of the 11 Cruger and defensive tackle Marty
starters from last season's 6-4 squad Russell, both three-year lettermen.The .

I ; Lawtey Gold, Giants Out in Front in Dixie Youth Baseball year's including junior two varsity starters team from are still last working following hard this athletes IIfrlng.have and Hurse been

involved with track or baseball. Hurse hopes that some can help' .
said he should see a noticeable snore up the Tornadoes defensive
i The Lauley Gold remain In lirst lor-:3. all singles. Jason Bennett Kennel t was assisted by Anti: a-half Guaranty "'CU'I i Pirates to two hits improvement those seven come attack. '
to place in the American League of Dixie stroked a homer in the 1st inning also :2.Ior-4. with :2 singles; Gary Tyson. l- and struck out nine for a 11-7 Lawtey out next week. Freshman Kevin Reddish, S'10,170;

South Baseball this \\'l'ek'ilh a I Hitters for the Lawtey club were Tony for-2 scoring on a single and a walk. Blue )win last .Wednesday April 26. The seven Tornadoes who will join freshman Pat Sullivan. S'8. 190 have.
., Wilson record of 4.0. Hill. Eddie Herndon. Victor Masseyand and !Mike Haters a double to make the team next week are quarterbacks been working at nose guard.

Close behind, the Metsare In second Anthony Williams all 2.for-3. Hill! for a I for-4 game. The Pirates led 5-2 alter two innings Jeffrey Norman and JV starter Bill The tackles include. freshman
place with a 4.1 record The Braves with a homer In the 41h Inning Back Hitting for the Dodgers were Kathy> as Williams walked eight batters. Goodge. running back Doug Reddish, Frank Swindell S'11", 190 and
lire 1-3 and the Angels are 0-S. up hitters were Mike Cowen. Jerry Diggs. :Zfor-3. who stroked Ihe first lead In the JV starting split end Kenny Clark juniors ..r.ed. Woods a returning;
l Blue took B:7
In the National League.-the Giants ..Wilker.sonv.each'l'-fpr-l'wilh: \ : ..s.ln$les., :'glrls.hQmer.; a pile-driver out. of.the '. f 1..1j\\tey; off an : ,.l offensive Jinemart Marcus L rua; line;. '"Vstarter: afS'loV' !,J73; antf.Josh'SUthe'r-': : ; :
ftjt Qlcher.DarrinIipr; e "
are out .in front.\\ lttva,3-J-l' record: : : 'ACer( 'i placing: 'lot* .:.1 t. find one-half :park-4tui.:. addedasingle: to': her,. '\\ ho l1ss relief j l> Wallet;k'nd gave Up a'1: btfc&eY.Isaldb'j'enkinff( : : and defensive land,-e'0".' Tio.- -, .. '.*: .
Tne Dodger and LaLley Blue are tied'for innings the Pirates, and the Dodgersof homer Vance Culverson. I l-for-2. 10 Shurford and doubles to back Dale Rogers. Working 'at the ends have been
Hay
second both teams are 32. The the :National; League were tied. 1010. sluged a 3 bugger. Tony Diggt' and T. single Ht-rridon ad.J'au.I. VMlliams. Although Coach Hurse says that junior Mark Mosely, s'll", 150. Junior.
''l' Pirates close up the league with a 0-4-1 when there was a controversy Tyson both l-for-3 L. and doubles Eddie: .. inexperience will be his biggest Alton Moore; 5'10",165, and a starter

season record. between the umpire and coaches to problem. he'll be hoping that many of I last year and sophomore Glen.
The regularly scheduled game result in a forfeit for the Pirates. Over :MKTSIl: -BR.\\'KSBJimmy : Law I ley Blue added three insurance the ndn-starters from last season can Gnann 8'0', 155. -'

between the Law ley Gold Nuggets the alleged( rule of players on the Schuenmg and Kevin Johns runs in the sixth IMing' when Paul step in and do the job. Returning 'starter Danny Hilde-
| \ and the Braves of Starke was rainedout Ix'nch not being able to cheer their led the Nets in hitting Friday. April' Williams and !Mike Varnes each hit The newcomers have been showing brand a sophomore at 5'10",160. hal'been

in the third inning. Monday May team on. the umpire tried to throw a 28. when the Mets defeated the Braves, singles, and Hardee issued two walks. Improvement day to day and Hurse working at, the linebacker!

I 1. after a tie score of 3-3 The game player out of the game when he told 136. Eddie Herndon was 2-for-4 for feels that this practice time is a good position along with sophomore Tim
f: Mill\ be re-scheduled at another lime the' pitcher "to fire the ball In there Schoening and Johns each had a Law ley Blue with 2 doubles. ;Paul way for the younger players to gain Jones S'8", 155 and freshman Mark
Next scheduled games are National he hit anything have." ,the double and a single D. Samon. Kenny Williams was 2-or-4 with a single anda valuable experience. Jones 5'7'14S..
1 > League: Thursday May 4. Pirates vs can told the player you to gather his Davis and Ron Willis were all l-for-3. double. !Mike Varnes and C. Myers 'Those players seeing the most The last men between the ball and
"'rida !\ umpire Davis had a triple and Willis with a each had a hit. action thus far on offense this the
Giants. 5:45: : ). May S. Braves stuff and get out of the dugout and out spring goal line In .the defensive
6 vs. Angels. 5:45.: American League: of the game. Since there Is no rule to double. were i include: secondary, have been junior Duane
1 Dodgers. Law ley Blue. 7:30: p.m. corroborate this type of action by theumpire.the Hitters for the Braves :John and Junior Marty Chastain 8'0", 175, Cummings, e'O", 160, and a starter
I : Pitchers Darrin Hardee Robbie '
David Francis. 2-for-3. with 2 singles; halfback and wide receiver has
: National League both games In coach of the Pirates.AHeuKohen. at last year; freshman 'Mike Teston,
_. Slarke.; Ilondalay! 8. !Stets\ vs. told the player. Bo heeler, to Philip Sloan, l l-for-2. with a single and' Cowen ,had the two hits for the been impressive In drills so far. S',", 135; Junior Donald Reddish 5'9",

: Angels 3-45.: Starke. American remain where he was and to play on Billy Reitz l-for-3 'r"f( Pirates Sophomore' Ronald Matthews 155; junior Richard Milner, 58', 145,

J.tip; League; Tuesday May 9. Giants vs. as before. When the Pirates took the .t.$;& ', 11'0",170, at. tight end, has shown good and freshman kenny Ethridge, S'9""
Dodgers. 5:45: Starke. National the told l\IETSI-A\GELSI: : v LAW TKY tiOLD: II-ANGELS 4 promise.Sophomore>> 145. -
I .: League; 5:45: p.m.. Pirates vs. Lawtey field again if the Pirates'umpire pitcher.everyonethat Darrin Dan Duffy led the Mete Mor day. After batting around and scoring 6 John Valfnskl S'2'% The normal spring workout consists

I : Blue In Lawtey. National League; Hardee. pitched the first ball into the May I, before the storm struck runs In the 4th inning the Lawtey 210.who did not play last year but has of one and a half hours of work on the'

; 'j: Wednesday. May 10. 5:45: p.m., against the Dodgers. the causing the game to be completed Gold club 'defeated the Angels 15-4 shown Improvement .at offensive fundamentals and 30 minutes of
: i plate game .
Law'ley Gold 'vs. Braves. Slarke. would be forfeited after playing like moments before the time limit was Thursday 'April 27. at Pratt Street tackle. scrimmage. The' Friday night
American League up.The Park- Sophomore Al Chapman S'10", scrimmage should give Coach Hurse
little
the Consequently.Hardee .
men they are.
Mets were way out in front and Striking out 17 hitters Lawtey at side who'll be
,-< told by the coach to 190. itrong guard, a more complete look at all the new
pitch
; I Giants t-Lawt y Blue and the was forfeited. This for finished up taking the victory 9-6 over pitcher Bruce Simmons took the win trying to offset the loss graduating comers .
game was from theplaying the Angels. Duffy was 2-for-4. Robbie over pitchers Jeff Coltrane and Marty seniors Bobby Smith ,and Isaac Hurt*"also commended the junior

,1 :Gathering 13 hits Tuesday May 2.R" feit takes of these nothing two away teams. ,It was a' McGee. Kathay Morrow and Ron Irons of the Angels Simmons also led Cummings varsity team, comprised of S3 eighth
Willis were all 1-for-2 with Morrow Gold club In with two .... "
hitting
: l the Giants defeated the Lawtey Blue fine defensive as well as an Lawtey Sophomore Jay Griffeths $ graders and 15 ninth graders, for -
Jays 9-7. after S Innings. Pitcher game and McGee with doubles. doubles in four times at bat backedup ISO: at week side guard. their spirit and hustle during their
awful lot of cracking of the bats.GIANTS .
..J Mike Waters helped the cause by The Angels worked hard but just by singles) from Owen Southerland Sophomore Randy Thompson Tuesday and Thursday workouts

tl stroking a homer in the first inning In DODGERS 6 couldn't pull it lead following Tudy Philip Crews "Silas Jenkins and' 5'8'V. ITS, at weak side tackle. Coach Hurse Is basically just trying to
Ir i Ms l-for-3 bid for the win. Assisting Jason Bennett was the hitter of the O'Neal's l-for-2 1 triple land a Carlton Johnson, all t.for-2-.1or ,the Junior Benny Morris S'10" 280.. familiarize the JV Tornadoes with the

'1 ".tlnln hitting were Andy Chaff 4- day when he stroked a homer In the single. .Helping O'Neal were Jeff day. Sam'Norman was l-for-3. and at weak aide tackle.Subfreshman game..' :
1 1'i for-4. with three singles and a triple, first inning of play; Friday, April 28, Coltrane l-for-2 with a doubleMike; Gerald Brown ll-for-4. Scott Allen -' S'9" Spring practice will culminate with
r .1 Richie Fender, 3-for-S, three singles; when the Giants defeated the Colvin,Martv Irons,were both l-for-3. TImmy Harper and Marty Irons ISO.: at quarterback in the absence of the' junior-senior game Thursday

'.1 ) Gary Tyson 2for3. :2 singles; Greg Dodgers. 144.Finishing LAW TPV BLUE 1 I-PIRATES T were lfor3. Harper stroking a Norman and Goodge. Allen's ball May 18th and the Spring Jamboree in'

I'i i Wilkerson. and Tracy: McRae, both 1- 2-for-3 for. the! game. Anthos Williams limited "'the double-bagger In the 3rd inning handling and ability to run the offense' GatnMivtH Mil" sash

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