Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01698
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 22, 1979
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01698
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven'::'

,aw ; iOllila Year STARKE.,FLORID A.,i\.: "> ''lltenl I'

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of.tea t pueDiscussion Tonight.uoayed : : .

,J at skyrocketing building vein, Supt. Casey suggested the cost estimates after detailed planning

d N estimates, the Bradford, school school board could build 30 or 40 portable had been done. Previous estimates ,t
has set a special work session classrooms and place them were merely guesses be pointed out. .
toNttht (Thursday, March 22)) at T around the county where needed for Gankins said the board should eo ,
in-y administration building to far less than the costs estimated by ahead with the middle school walls, (.
./ s Mnr into the gloomy picture Salley. Vo-tech students can build a that the good the walls will do the (
lids + nday Dlght architect portable classroom for$9,000 current: education program at the middle ?' : :
ly, and Casey said teacher in the pre. school will outweigh whatever Is i ti'
v boar nd Supt. 'torn Casey sent portables like the separate self- spent. f ,i,
!; to see *at can be done about contained classrooms fine. In other action Monday night on the ,. ,
led cosS hich will severely The school board building program, the board accepted >;-
t:; the plantiK building program declined to night a low bid of 19,310 to replace air- ;
further work
l 'r 'would: 1)) er waUa in the mid- by Salley on approve the BMS any walls the conditioners in some 15 rooms at ,; '/
$(:school T) put Vafeteria in the Starke Elementary!; and Southlltde' '\
Lawtey project.. Further action on '
school and\ baud lix. the building will be Elementary. Originally estimated ,
p addition to strexpanding made after tonight'program work probably session $30,000, the price rose because expensive '<
Elementary. electrical work that has to be I
chltec: :' SaUcy toldVhe school "This is so drastic (a change) from done to make capacity for 'the new .
td. the three projects Q cost a the original estimates that I I think a. heat pumps. Board member Pat ;
1839,084.. Salley>esented work session Is absolutely Spengler questioned the make of the .'. -
J J,1 i : drawings on each: iI I e necessary," Supt. Casey told the air-handling units to be installed, but i'< :.'' }
I\ tot; saying until those ma board Monday night. architect Craig Salley and his staff, VK. ; '
a completed there Was no Vv of "I'm not ready to vote on this members said the uniu.whle not the Y f' ;
( .tely estimating the costa r the tonight," said board member Jim Cadillac of the Industry have held up ,J.\
r ;, 1, t ; as projects. >Prior: :to 'Me Y' Laws rt.Board. very'well over a period of the past 5-a 'tir, ,
t : tt.; the. school. :.board had member J.T. Fairish asked years and .have been relatively f i '
on,the premise the thr v* what the other board members wantto trouble-free, Operations center: direc ,'.:; :: '
) : jobs would cost and do," sit on the money it has and donothing tor Lennard Register said the Bard .:.;
,; Salley's., estimates: put.the''t Lawson said -the board units now,it) portable classrooms here "' "A
l cost ''some $140ooo above Ipeeda to do something. have given less trouble than anything .
?k' t estimates ,by the architect Board member Arthur Gaskins else. It was also pointed out that Clay -

4 c_ I school board. nted out Monday night ,was ,the County'* school system won't'accept-
.. ., local school board has any thing but a Bard air-ctfnUiuoocr/i i t.'
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: | .The Special Olympics brought< out the best In everyone, teacher Gerr. cheers Raymend; 'piudinn In.the!. 1; board,"therefore can start only. th Co'un.tx' al.'r..t1.,1;... .. ;"I .

I' J lnvolved.rTop, lelt.. Mary! WHt ,raise. her ,arms U-lunu, ..ding broad m eats ,; project this year.and would have, >.. > ,/...' ... ""- .... ; i J ... '" ,_ '",,., ,
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., letlo and Joxeph Rich ; J!:.mJ'iI agairwtneatyeal a e3G0.OOO ; .
: 'phantly alter finishing second In the -ard dH and 'Tony J!el kick'whh
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, 'N lets loose big grin as tile finish line draw nearer In outlined Monday by ar '
l' 220. Bottom right. BMS teacher Anna Clayton t Salley, By law the school Se () Open Here" :-; Ii
,; 'Jlit left,,middle BMS student John Ilutchlns puts some gratnlates students James hedge sod Lamar 1T1'r must have money on hand :
.,;, body encllKh Into----- .,his Softball throw. -At left. bottom for.a job well. done.. ,It can let a contract, '
opened his presentation with
cost estimate for the middle' .'

. : Special 'Olympics bring out the ,smiles cafeteria the present, which building consists for of a Next \Wednesday 1'.

f and using an existing In
'-. A track meet with a field of 63 was held Friday, March According to Coach Doctor; eight Sunshine Acre : arts complex for the eating ." "'r <
, ,"IIJS' at Bradford High School I. ticipants win be advancing to the district meet ..The board baa only $72,000 ByAdaReddigk just behind the kitchen operated' by );:v:;1
; ti milks meet sporting events however,.there were rio in the eildlt are Donald Griffith, first place In the It can spend on'the cafeteria; BCT Staff Write the Bradford County Hospital Aux',
: yong 'faces, equipment was not thrown In disgust and ho daah'ana broad Junp John Byrd, second place-b( remainder of the.building fund, "' lliary."A'covered patio.has been addUeeTagr ,
I othet usual signs of defeat were shown: .';' events and Tommy west and Charles Ellis, who gUto'rules must be spent on Busy busy busy la.the w\ for a ".
, There were only smiles;:;'63 smiles to be exact because' with Griffith and Byrd on the second pl<440-relay OOUj; space The board plans to lot of people this week preparVr for' I3A) ," 'II" r
I itn tills special' track meet there were no losers.All the par- Also going to district for Sunshine Acres will be the necessary building construc the 29th Annual Bradford Count vair' /, ,
I :ticipanta seemed to know:the true goal of any athlete is to Jones, Alfred Thomas Stella Byrd,. and.Vlvlan : ,! Then worry about where money which opens Wednesday March\at I ,
d the beat he .can; they gave.their: best they enjoyed, Other competitors SunshineAcres were cane from to buy kitchen equip 11 a.m. and continues through Safti- .
themselves, and they were proud of themselves and their Bateman, Billy ,Mlmbs Robert ,McCoy Mary. _:'. day, March 31. ; T uin l'rir13tf1.,1./ :..
r friends when it was all over. .- Betty.Yatesj Char Webateri. James "Lindsay. ,,and i ',toot project Is In trouble," Last year the parking area was expanded \ !."QJf1r ... .. .
This unusual showing of real sportsmanship tdok placeat board member Arthur Gaskins. with a large area added just .. :, :
, the. Special ,Olympics, where 43, Special'educationtstudents : Plimpton.Studentpertclpatln% were,', Ronald Dav""' pooh has never been out of north of the! fairgrounds Visitors are i... i'... :. ..'..." '.1. 'iuraday.Marth ,
: and 20 Sunshine Acres clients tested their skills ,McDuffle/Aten: Rogers.,Bobby Williams Terry' ard,"' member Pat requested enter the new parking \- : :: :: ''f..: ;\
, :In the broad jump, softball throw and running, events. Gary Carter.Curtis Simmons. Michael Kowler, : '! rtplied of her pet project area one way Just north of the W.' ,. \ :,... ,
1 .I, The participants' rat 'outnumberedthe'spectatord.at, << Murray.James McDaniels.Jeeeph; Rich.Daniel ; !;;Wi1rd declined' authorize highway patrol station, and exit J' ,1",1";' 1.1
! fBradford High School track but the enthusiasm shown by., Willie Wright Ray Elmore DarreU Rich; Tony :to* complete drawings for the another way still further north. The -:!
} the athletes could have-brought a.standing.! room,only Bobby Jackson .Jobn,;; Hutc'nll./ ? John David. to send, to the State Depart. old parking area between the fair "I '. L.. .. .f.t. ';
;i l., ;: Crowd to its feet.; : 'l'fiJt. ,t''. Hodge, Corby'Broome. Ray Buff. Normal Alston" ', .'- ;Education' In Tallahassee. complex the ag building and the '.. 'lJ, : A
Lamar jRlcherson. wanted to know If he would be farmer's market will be filled first ., l'I !'tit, f'
t =r The annual Special -Olympics are sponsored :by, the Girls competing .were Mary Burton Ruby for the work his firm has done on When filled, the old area will be closed \ : :' '
';Bradford County School Board with Sunshine Acres.'8nd 'Ester Williams, Kim Cruger, Laverne .McDuHle, BMS she track meet held recently was ju tone, of many taking, \ Elmore Felicia Nichols.,Martha Locfce: ;; Catherine said Salley would have to live area north of the fairgrounds If .\_. >
;place nationwide during the spring. chell Cheryl WUlingham,tashun Davis, Melissa hW contract with the board, and everybody follows directions there' ... t 1i" .
Working with the athletes, who ranged In age from nine Mary Witts Sharon dodge Sharon.Davia, Lisa it'to-? 'Salley and board attorney should be space for t.ooo cars, says .y Co-Op '. E; :.,
to'34, were Sunshine Acres Coach Arnett .Doctor ,and Calhrina Jones, < .Wolbert.to''determine If Salley Fair Manager Bill Wilson. An I Meeting. l'. ", .": r'sl.!
lford.Union Association .oRetarded'. Citizens Ex- Ms. also wished to thank the following groups Day r 1' ; t''\, ,
"Bra<< ; Strong be due payment for'his work Fair visitors are asked this "to, ,
any year p. ; ,
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:r-ecutive Director Rev, William Wright School .Board their support: lUnch provider McDonald's; BHS BM3 cafeteria drawings. please cooperate with the Junior, .
..: :Associate, Mary Strong and numerous.EMR end TMR ,education claw; JROTG color guard National' .ialtowed. with, a 93S6.654 '. ,ROTC students from BUS who will be Regional' tanning.. I'. y "' !
:=teachers. EMR students are educable mentally"retarded: Starke Police; Forestry and Smceyhe Bear,BMS ( building the new wing at directing traffic.',( and out of the Board. .m.. ; .. : 'Il .. '.
sand :TMR students are classified ttalnabl mentally PE student, and'clowns'!BMS Principal Dewey Elementary, HP from the .parking ''areas 6f. the lair" says ''w'f '&Th:1..: j ; iT! 1': .\ ..l lEGALSERVI
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Tetarded..SchooIs' represented at the meet were Bradford i trey,BMS faculty and tafrincluding Gem Lewis, ,,estimate which.the board had ,Wilon."By following" the ROTC t r ':"((0''""''j tb P' \ t
.'ifJl1gh School!. Bradford MiddleSclnolpand Starke Eleme Loper Jerry'PetitlSar.Anna'ClayV; Vtc1d.Moed1e; IU !
: : l)' been'using;; students' directions' the' traffic flow (L.gIAld) ., ; ,
"' :l 't: Y'Iol".L" '\o:; : J" '' .>:f.t", ,P" '.' ,and Janet Klmg s. came the real shocker: to the' should be smooth" Set accompany- .f!.f .
Will \
atudehi Not Be in Stark
:' M g'aaid'eti.oithe : ; will lie: edvaitct.i o Also helping to make the Olympics a success were a'$361.608 estimate on erecting, .. ay.New. l' i
.;SiS::the diatrict hieetv;to be held' alAlachua.County'Santa.Fe l is l'-ocal Ihrinentwhodrcrw ld-tlmqear.-around the ; "in,the middle school) to change. InT annual #tiiel-0iriian'bay''dC j Location Will Be, Announce. .. 0:." ,' 5, : ;
:::lllgh School in earlyApril; In addition, every participant'receives with spirited pasaengers :sad! Starke EtemenUry .- .school \I.I\tlJ'.2J, : self-contained: which the SUrke Rotary Club serves r 'f( 1'> '11'j: I .
:: a certificate acknowledging'their i ;efforts.in,Uwt- and 51aftBettyg'' Had; WUlle' .Mae!:B4ndolph?>-and *. .\s opposed to the "open'! chicken dinner with all the trimmings'' ( '
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gspecial: Olympics! ; -' -::';,; :>', vy;, ':: ; -' ept."hich has been used since the will kick things oft at noon Wednesday ... .Saturday,.March !!...-- \ :, i

,'wa* built'in 1968. Originally March 28, just after the opening .'"'.of.,- ""i,.. "' .' -,!.',I' ,
he .school ceremonies at the ribbon STRAWBERRYQUEEN \. I
;Itomplelel: )' open ( cutting. '
R )p 240 feet of.walls In Some 1,500 chicken dinners will be PAGEANT .
:be to grown some '
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Top Paving; Fwority may : past 10 yean. served for $2 each Take out dinners BHS Auditorium'S 00 _\ ; t
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school board consider' the will be available without paying the ', '. ,iii 3
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wals) Its' priority project. Ex entrance. fee. .
': "-'' an estimate In the The chicken cooking.will lake place .8MS 5thi Graders.. 'g'-'
Roads. ; << 6qd of $200,000; the.board 1 e..w."It''i'
Save ? .
To Existing_ County .CommueltyStataBank, ,a
; shocked td hear galley's price ,OOA.M. ., : "[.1, ',t
\" J' ". of tt i,656. Chance. off Showers* I,, ""' "
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'hall' been
Bradford: County 'Commtasloneri i :In' I960 Bradford' "'floated a $1.7 beginning to acummulate J some' )?from said;-the approval State Department Then Coo Weather 'Lawtey Dlxi.Youth. Also.. ," >,'.;.. ."

.,.first decided at their Monday, ,March million bond issue to four-lane US-301 '- : & t.lcm.buildlng section to use : ..... Car Wash. ,, '
-1 c'19.meeting to send last year's priorityr -( 'north and south and the county to still Brown says Bradford stands to lights fixtures but that each During the there has- ". 'L .wfy Etement., .
.- list> of county road projeCts to the-,, paying off bonds with the bulk of itssecondary :rue .ab ut J123.00: in' Its./. ettO fixture would have to be been no rainfall past in Bradford week .j.'j.' ,' f'
Department of Transportation .; road 'money:j The .money. road, In 1978 V vOn t tDOTMJradford workshop i "gear eft has been used for repaving. the lilt'sUbll Forestry .
| over workshop' classrooms..It would 'Headquarters, the forecast from Fri.' i,
but after, drive around'the county roads but in the expensiveoadwork : ,1973 three listed : }
a secondary
; are projects, 120 each to move the fixtures and day through Sunday is a chance of -' Collnt'/I: ,' ..J e
be reconsidering with.repaving >: business has allowed Bradford '' order;: said :' l'M'1
may priority clouded lenses,Salley showers and thundershowers f'AIIII OPENS, !
followed ,
,- becoming their number one priority. to'repave. just.two roads since,. I) Paving of a J.8 *". _J1 ;pro'bQblrUy' Saitey added, by a cold front.. There will also be ;" _."'."." ,:A p 'I'
;J Crawford Settlement Road Which ..
county be ubmit Bap'
The will expected to We've fire proof carpet would have to be. light winds, Rurar-UrbA'| :. ''i' 1roue
: : a list of. priority items for the been feeding' the same list in dire need of paving bat's .,for' the hallways which notary. t.uoch .,,'1'1'' '"'
back to them and: we never get 'cat about It-million 'do'T ; ,, ,..
period (979 to J984 at the Dora Friday any ; to 1 > .
be \ '
/ created when the walls are :,\)! 1'
{ for it so let's just feed! it back 'ding to ShUford..n. dsope ;
March 23, workshop By designsecondary money ., New Peir, ''1111
lighting A
': road funds, which/ are eo). 'to them again,," Commissioner Dave' ::)Paeing2.8 miles of Laura UBL fin'alpena emergency system and a new In Index.. Noon IIP.M. '''''
tested for.Bradford'on the sixth and Shuford said Monday' morning but .
seventh cents and,20 percent: ot the :County Clerk Gib Brown said an: :3>Tbe extension 01.Bessent/ systertf' IM would also have. to be : Cou/lea /'of I t
-.elghtli cent of the tax on gas sold In, :afternoon drive prompted .the. board: 'east and west to flume Road,:A 'f\' ,architect: Said Two nnnA.Palg.aIA 14A:f \,.
-. the county,.are used for,the priority' ';to reconsider that Idea."They're sect the county: luaine decided. originally stetted talking ; ; ) JACKs 1"KMiil \ }
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\Items on the county I list* but In BradJord'a lhinkln now" that they' on Its own. V" -' :t\: putting walls up in Ute middle S ,..; ,.Pagt* t -BB'r_ .' -
: < ) of those ;the board used an estimate of ,,,......... V \ '''''' ; .
case the bulk < ." '.,tothe ,, ,:roads the top priority Items.." Brow 'reflect more repavingprojects ..:That soon grew to '100.000/ I Hews"a.r" ; 4"f\\i''raes'iAaA;_ .., .-_... ) J. ,.
:.road, four '
laninj I moneY of US-301 has,1 with gone',few'new proJects -.,{"said, '"*o tWcouM: save'whats:., j would likely include: roads li \ .i.tojf$200,000.. but.( Monday's 'Editorfat. ';.. ......_'tI.: ....-4. :i _. Hry" iqi f; .... 884.e01e" ';'It'h."I" ,
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beingdone.! Commissioners; .We: .already got before) building new$u'below from *\'previous : ,with' working drawings com- 'I" ,.:" '
reasoned: Monday-; that ,the five .,.ear' : .J' ''''' '' "' ,.II : list'of'county roads. needing. ;r ;: came in far above the board's .$perh.,.,.>'.'....r, NliII.e...A. IAr..i1f; ...."" w-.1'to,lc.yalone.ItM4 H..glJ1.I !A..... i ]'
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Li priority flat 'doesn't anything! ; just finished paying a 1654,." :InJo/.! '. .p: > i'q.; \/" Arv'butalso ; ; ::' 9 1t ,!! ;
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TELEGRAPH Mar.at,141 t "'."", 'I"

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: ,. .".... Jury Recommends Death"Sentence"'!: ;


For Convicted Zippy Mart Murderer :

OLDS .. ..

Circuit Court Judge Osee Pagan :;
: will decide In April whether convicted
; Zippy Mart murderer Kenneth Griffin
will be sentenced to death after the b
More"Sale : jury to the four day trial reccocnend-
"Why Pay r ed the maximum penally Friday.
March 16.Judge ,,4V
sentence investigation Fagan ordered\ Friday a mornIng pre- s ..a

after the 12-member jury tookony -
| 40 minute before recewnepoutg
the death sentence. *'
).' Thursday afternoon, March 15,
.:,." "' ., ','r:'."", '. r .', after two days of testinuMy and the
'' .tr' closing statement earlieftn the day. [

":"1W8OLDS 88 ROYAL 4 DR. SEDAN J' y;|:f. ." ,I,. .."' counts finding the jury of deliberated Griffin.first degrjfmurdejr J3.JguMy fowjhours of Wore I two

Miles. Over 7500 New. {?.| : deaths of 19-year-on clerk Glen'tun.
Only.15,000 t-oJd Keith Kir
dgren 1by/
MARKED DOWN THIS WEEK. : chaine.A co-defende' /in the three-year-old _
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: : case, Robert dQnson 40,will be triedin
.' .. AprU.
Asslstar State Attorney Ken

1978 OLDS 98 LUX 4 DR. SEDAN ".: the Hebert.ta bought d Tuesday over and 20 witnesses Wednesday to, it ,

Loaded With Equipment And Clean. Former GMAC Managers Car. t' relyl'g testimonies of two men. Gainesville on the
Alex and the wheel
ent Hendry
(Over x9500 New) MARKED DOWN $1295 THIS WEEK. :" r in'pUl.of 1975.the car used on the night of

.iendVy testified Griffin had ,

1978 CHEVY 1/2 TON LWB 6 CYL. ... .Jt' showed following described him day the the murders on gun a that bench in was detail used in both and the Coat ((':ZI :Mart murderer Kennethirlflln U led to his rrll Immediately;;- I

men's neighborhood.Willie after the jury retired Thursday afternoon March IS.; ,.<:
This Is A,.Clean 14,000 Mile One Owner Pickup With Radios y\: \ James BryanUthe wheel man >Of.
.!*t of the ear that carried Griffin and Griffin had been charged with second comes up who did the murder, the,
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Heater, Power Steering & Topper. /1 Hinson to the Zippy Mart at U.S. 301 degree murder but pleaded guilty to state can say Tm sorry.Kenny aftd'- .
and State Road 18 told how he parkedthe a lesser charge of manslaughter of turn him loose." 1' ,.,
MARKED DOWN THIS WEEK. / car on the south side of the store, Robert Morgan. Jr. in Highlands Ireland. brought up the case "WWilbcrt :
$3Qi00' the two men entered, a shot was fired County. Lee and Freddie Pitta. whd :11 '
and Griffin and Hinson came out the Hebert pointed to tragic spent 12 years on death roW before*
door, Griffin with a gun in one hand similarities in the two cages "lie shot another man confessed to the crime: :
1977 FORD L.T.D.4 DR. SEDAN ,' / and Hinson carrying a brown bag. the victim four times with a pistol The conviction of Griffin putty
<\ rlffln was also forcibly steering the Then he also threatened to shoot a together a three-year investigation by'
Dark Green Paint With Matching Valour Trim 50/50 Split:)eats InJ; irchaine boy to the car, with the witness to that offense with the bullets Bradford County) Sheriffs Department .
youth's head locked under his arm. remaining in the gun" Alachua Shemff's Office and.
The Front With Almost, Every Option Ford Offers. Only;/::}).OO0 Bryant whose memory failed him Hebert emphatically pointed out, state attorney's investigators. :
on numerous occasions throughouthis "This was not this man's first killing, Hinson was arrested Sept. IS, 198,
Over 8000 New. '" testimony bad been granted Im- not his second killing..this is the third after a 14-hour surveillance hi' .
Miles ,
munity by the state attoroey.Defense time." Gainesville home. Griffin was charged i
Attorney David Ireland attacked the In his pre-sentence appeal to the the same day and transfered to .. .
MARKED DOWN $499500 THIS WEE ; state's granting of Immunity to jurors, Ireland described in detail an Florida State Prison within th "
and based the brunt of his electrocution and told the seven men following month., ..J' .
D.ifoR defense on that fact. and five women "Death Irreversi A Bradford.County grand'jury'/indicted -
1978 CHEVROLET CAPRICE 4 "They bought that testimony with ble.if by some.chance he got life Griffin:and. Hinson.Oc-t,&>. ",. t
the dearest thing Willie Bryant has imprisonment and someone else 1978. ." 1"tv"
: his life and freedom."Ireland pointed .;<'. $ '
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Light Tan Color With Saddle Trim Power out. "They didn't give him ri '. '

Only 11,000 Miles MARKED DOWN R'9fgr| >j0 THIS WEEK. charge manslaughter.him with anything.They just" didn't. UCI'Guard AssaultedHit in HeadA t I

In his closing statements, Ireland '
suggested to the jury that Dino, as Union Correctional Institution Newham was alone supervising bet.
Bryant is called, was the actual correctional officer was reported in ween 50 and 60 Inmates when the nl-" !
1976 CHEVROLET IMPALA 9 ,F SS. WAGON ringleader of the group and could fair condition' late Wednesday after tack occurred at 8-OS: a,m. Milner Raid
very well have been the murderer. being bit on the back of the head at,the UCI and DOC investigators have turn
Blue Paint With Blue Trim. Pow/Steering, Brakes Hebert offered his final closing prison early Wednesday morning. ed up several suspects but no arr'S!% :
Light Vinyl 1 7 statements and the jury retired about David Newham, 25 of Starke Kvas have been made, .:..
noon Thursday.In at his post in a UCI housing unit 1
And Air Cond. Drive It Anywhere. $ & ,00 arguments to the jurors Fri when he'was hit hard by alblunt! in- Newham is at' Shands TC'8l'hinif'
,, 2laO! THIS WEEK. day before sentencing, Hebert I .tIumel; I " caused: :one (dep Hospital In Gainesville.. Sgt. Milner .?...
cc, \ : 5flHKEDcowM 'i I brought out for:the first time Griffin'scurrent 9 ,1a'i.tr: i II.R d""Idll! IJ.wham..1k:: .ra.I rMCler; '
prison term for violation of I ding lo'Dcpartm of Corrections investigator .- Wt'.tlmtnilllf1\lrt\lI'fclWI\ I IK'Vt'l'.
-ffl parole on manslaughter charges. Sgt. Bob Milner. ; lost conciousness.: :;.. .
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Hampton city Council members trstek, ... elEtMr 4"" _j!. Mi deficit Incurred. bytft*'i
took responsibility of the city' N rotet "It tnutrat tt"trt:ttwih'rRr dIY". water works
volunteer fire department in their Just sitting there said Davto. The report also II : ,;"
Tuesday March 13 meeting. The city council will have a IWO fire ttOT .leas than .
department budget to work wttt, according general fund and stItem'l, '
Volunteer fire chief George Davis to Davis, Morel. .'themon y 'OMM estimated in i {
and assistant fire chief Jack Catoe was raised at flab $|.. te Farnsworth also ",",
Verbally resigned from their posts past year. council's attention
and asked the city to take contiolol In other business, secovatant policy concerning Ndditg; ,. .
and reorganize the ailing firs depart Harold C. Farnsworth presented the state statutes require an ,,'
ment. city's financial statement for the a municipality's! '
aping "
ic#, qqqyyyR'44 sou r dwn. fiscal year ending' September 343, 1978, ," "I'i

"We have failed, I Just don'tJnave : f
the time to run the department as it .'
should be run. I don't even know all ". 1"1
the members names," Davis'said. :' A: :
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k $ bodies Added,Glue that's,the"We main Just thing.can't'get the- ,, OPEN ; I

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Chairman Ted Curtis said It was at : ,' Small World :" 'd
least 20 years ago when the city last .. ,. ._ ;
had control of the area volunteer fire /. t\ 1
department, ,', ) : ,,: '
fl4S The task of reorganization was : DACARE ';" : ,,\
referred to the fire committee, of t' ; 1, 11
__ Councilman Wilton Hart and Charles 'f ; 'hi i .L l .! rI V" .., JIt'! Jfr
Rowland and fireman Curtis Brooks I 11-;; "'-'ItI:". \ ; .,, .
:, 8talght.uelen..t DIIS for the lartsl*: weeks xmttngt Trainer Skiers Molt, Randy Parade aaif. Deborah r iSA"' M1 1'$ ': iron The Corner Of Cherry & Bridge St >- .If,;'.':,art! I
pnrtod were, from 'left* right; Teresa Jisrley. Richard P.rmfntn': 't.* Said Rowland, "There's not l't much' /

I I of trucks a department although think ithe' Open 600; 8:00: P.M
should one
i Five Underclassmen Earn Straight-A at BHSi dire need of repair. I don't want Mon' Frl.Chldren.,2 .
anyone to expect tpo muchJ', ){ ids. .
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', Five Bradford High School Parado son of Mr and Mrs, Romeo Mr. and Mrs Vernon Parmenter of t ns .N I ,: :\ ty: : r ; a UpflHosr .< ,'
students all,ninth or tenth graders, Parado of Ralford has made the elite Hampton Lake, scored A's In Typing i Rowland added he appreciated theefforts i" /,,, ; :,,, >/.:'," 'riI," J'J"j' 'It \\j>J :
made the atraight-A's honor roll'for list for all four grading periods. He's I, Analytic Geometry Biological of Davis and Catoe, who said ;,' .:*!iftj j;} ," 'J.. .' 1f: ., ,:. ()"
the fourth six weeks grading period. taking Spanish Algebra II, General Studies, P.E., and Vocabulary 'they would be glad to serve on the' ,',. >7 -t'\ ", "; I ', '" ":
Freshman Teresa Harley, Randy Literature, MSM, Geography, and Writing. force in non-officer capacities : << ', 'I,' \,,:'.
Parade and Richard Trainer held P.E.!: Students who made the A-B honor 'Council members also agreed to ; "
perfect grades for' the six weeks as roll are: SeniorsMelody Barton. change the locks on the firehouse i ', ,\ 3A,1Dayr '. '' ',
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did sophomores Sherry Mott' and Trainor, the Ion of Mrs.' Edna John Dixon, Sharon Hobbs, Patricia :) '1,1
,Deborah Parmenter. Trainor of Starke, is enrolled in Mullins, and Lori Shlnn .door, pointing out theft problems In i..
r Miss Harley, daughter of Mr. and General Lit, P.E., Band, MSM JuniorsWilliam Chastain, Peggy the past few months. Rowland said he Day' j ,<',. .'J,
Mrs: Andrew H. Harley of Lawtey Algebra II, and Geography. Cooper, Sarah Faulk, Danny would talk with fire dept. secretary ,, 7 ': ,,: !,
made the honor roll list,for the third Miss Mott, the daughter of Mr. and Hildebran, Teresa Knepper', Lydia Eugene Waldron to determine the .t WeeklySchool ". ;/ ,t 1"",
time this year with' all A's in Mrl. Kenneth Mott of Starke is taking Starling, Joyce Wainwright, Rennee firemen currently listed as active' ,' /f" ,'fItl/u."Ip t: .. .' \"I" ., ,1 t"
Language Usage Physical: ''Education Food and Nutrition Vocabulary Williams, and Betsy Yawn. and would locate the 10 keys currently '
Modern Science Methods Writing. P.E.. Biological Studies, Sophomores- Michael (Brunnetti, assigned to various members. '
, Algebra II, French I, and Chorus, and Algebra II. Kathy Henderson, Joey Herres, :: ':', ; : ; "J
Geography. Miss Parmenter, the daughter pf Jonathon Johnson Vickie Kersey, ,: ,
) Melissa Mayo Elizabeth Theft of gasoline from the trucks Is Pick-Up'' If, Necessary' ,
I ,, ,!' McWilliams, Cynthia Norman a major problem, and Davis related .' \I ,J ...1Ii'" '1' .I,;(1', :r
Suzette Rodrique, and Terri Thomas. an incident three weeks earlier when' \, ', ; ;" call:964"5232:: '! tJ; !;'. :', : '",
:Council i ,Contemplates Freshman- Vina Best, Valeria the truck had run. out of gas while on a ;: (' ., >
: Brown, Lorraine Chambers, Sherry call."It's '
". '!'. ; ; ,* II... Davis, Gina Lane Regina Mcintosh, embarrassing to the city when After 8 p.mffjhono; 964-0365 i"S'r ;
J' $;;;:,7 .- !< Terri Massey, Suzanne Newport. the fire truck runs out of gas while on .\>:, .
Julia Pendarvis fAil, I had put 3/4 of a tank:in the ;; .J 1','' I J.IC '...\ .' ,
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.'slaly meeting on gas plant zoning company. George. Roberts Insurance ;.. "
issues Iwo weeks earlier, the Starke presently' handles city} You CariNPIant' That < F"S. t
City Commission addressed a mixed workmen's compensation Insurance. I
bag-of issues ranging from city insurance ,, i' ,
to sewer leaks on US-301 5
Tuesday, March 20. Edwards insisted he was merely n =i ,I
trying to save the people of Starke S r S 5 S S '
: money, pointing out that close to one-
Clerk Merrill Edwards urged
the City commissioners to strongly con third of the state's cities, including *
sider a statewide municipal insurer's Keystone Heights had Joined the pro. U'Gre t1 Stoff'( <

corporation over the current local gram.

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and a decision should be, reached U5-3011n front of the high school and
soon, City Commissioners decided to pavement over the leaks was'sinking. rV b
turn the matter over to the Insurance ?With Us aim \
Committee for review. ,f+ .
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compensation faced the highway last fall, and Silcox l'
coverage offered by said it was his understanding the lines oop' ,a(
Florida Municipal Self Insurer'sFund .
were supposed to leak, '> '
could save the city money in the fever \ f, .'
AttorneyGeorge:, pierce suggested ,
long run, but the, quoted annual\ ",1 'I .10
the council Raulerson Construction
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of close worried .'j '11'{ o'' J7I! r.
premium .to $55,000 Co of Gainesville to deter.. ", ,,, '' -t
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premium stands at about $48,000, but the Warren I' ON .\ 1< .." oJ ".1 ',' .' w' 1"'.i': ',:
guarantees city. Mayor Joe PAID ft MONTH,CERTIFICATES ,' '
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that Increases ,, ."f : ,
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R. Hicks. % 10, OQ .: Id ,, .. :' "i;, '<;
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employees.: 'Commissioner Wilbur Waters Rates Ouarsnteed ro Maturity On, : ,,' "" '' ''I; 1"a,. .,{!f
brought'up the possibility of the city l.?, ''"!ol.', :' ( ;,0' ,, !I '
cent deduce \0 Certificates Issued March 22 Thru r,2 { ;. I"
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a per ,hiring a welder, after reviewing a bill 'v .* ,' :' ": < '
be taken and cent :
tion could eight per of $1,130 for 10 days of welding work Mauch28eiGlo .: t
saved if the taken out
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recently at power plant. < !> :
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.. were still not sold on' the After! normal agreeing. Silcox the said bill the was higherthan ,, ,I :, ', ? 64I4O/fo 1l"" .:\ I ).' :, : ""'i f'
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:: Commissioner Vernon Silcox, .every services required would not warrant t PAID ON ,, rti: ; "'t. ;,' U' "
:; chairman of the Insurance Committee a full-time employee. ", ''' .' ,\' \ ''' ," 'i.tj f.; t
: said "I checked with an Impartial .'..I. 30 MONTH CERTIFICATES '. ''.'I" I'. ,. ,' '" I
: source, and he said he could see. .. :,: ;-, .:
: no advantage in this plan.' .HUD representatives Ferdinand .'I and then watch \d ,.,, ::s!",, .xi xi'garden' .

"Juluke and Dan Shargas reported to ..h' .,I..."" i-'v "' >>. t
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; Mayor Joe Warren also a member ,Grant Coordinator Linda Day that the ., 'J'o;'.,", }'.;' ,, '
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:- out that earlier the council had been HUD grant is impressive and no problems ''I' : J'i: :: 1' ,
= told they would get a $10,000 savings are foreseen. ,, J. ,: 5 y I' ,; but eventually paid $8.000 more after The grant money is,being used, for :4 f"'; :
I : unanticipated losses occurred during street sewer, and drainage improvement ix ; '"
: the year. ,. recreation.facility rehabilitation r'yt .
Silcox added "Nobody's gonna give and individual housing D't: F! PAID ON ,
you anything; everybody's got a gimmick. rehabilitation in the northeast area of 3 MONTH CERTIFICATES r ? i h r I"r, '
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We Need Back Oil Prices : : t ?
';. to Fight on :;:>,a 5*

President Jimmy Carter's triumph in the barrels a day.: If you were a Middle East country -

Mideast now cannot be denied even by the selling oil, would you not charge whatever
harsh critic. the market would bear, whatever the bll-
Americans would be willing to pay?

Back on the home front, however are problems With price of gas at the pumps increasing +

that likely will be more difficult to solve here twice in the past week, there is nb'lgn 4S _.___ -- ,- t
than the tricky peace deal in the Middle East that buying is slowing down. "V.,; PBHSStudenthk
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Initiated into Honor Society :,
It is becoming increasingly evident from all Nothing that cuts into our conveniences:Is

reports we can read that the Carter Administration going to be pleasant, to cure. But the only.way Eighth graders initiated (.!. the Junior Honor Society' B.-Id,.... Kim Lawson Kathy Gffllngham. Busy Alvarez'
cannot wait much longer before to cut oil prices is to cut our use of oil.1?;;-' .t Bradford Middle' School In ceremonies with their Vonda Kay Ayer, Melvln Bernard Randall MartyRhode. '
nor,or parents attending the night of March were Ibr1: ..
making some hard decisions on energy and in ; Front rowMonty GII..._.Joy Nugent Lori Flynn. Beth i r| I
flation. The President seems to realize this, as Therefore we call for a 60-day ratloniri t'bf Francis,Tommy Cr.'".Cralgsapp.Jerl Taylor and Edward Back rove Lori Muse. Maria Parley Diana Crawford?
evidenced by his Camp David huddle on gas. It would be interesting to see what,effect trews.6ecesid Daaiela Rigby Robin Strn, Donna Tyler, Lorraine Bail
energy and inflation. such a cutback would have on the oil suppliers. : rowOaanie Hitkmon. Karen Wuaon. Teresa Dale Buchanan, Jeff PowelL F!1

A'\ We would have to be willing to do j nly .. "I

j'. Both problems energy and inflation are necessary driving during the rationing period.It .
rapidly worsening. would not be easy. It would take will power.

Sitting here in Bradford County it is difficultto Next week, ministers of the Organization of

evaluate what really is happening. But it is Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEQ) sit

becoming increasingly plain that our present down in Geneva for what could be their most

course of indecision is failing to improve the important meeting since the Arab oil embargoof
situation. This reluctance to take action is five years ago. Americans can expect jILrr

maddening and can but erode the confidenceof nothing but another big price increase in oll

the American people in their government.U.S. ;
Do we have the will power to resist using so v dwd

oil consumption has surged to 21 million much oil? ;*"",'

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Reminder of Nature's BalanceJ.j.:: .. .."r. t. ---11--
bevmlh graders 'Initiated into the Junior the Flynn Tina Bowen Lynda Gravel Lori Clark. Angela
A few years back, a New England dam project decomposer organisms would be gone fromthe Society
night of March 8 at Bradford Middle School are I t-rl Folsom Rickl Harris.
was halted when it was learned the only face of the earth forever if not for the efforts Front rowGeorge l-eVa..rr. Tim Gonzales, Dawn Third row Cherly Furrow Julie %%'ise. Faith Roberts. I
habitat of a small animal called a lousewort of these dedicated conservationists. Joiner. Teresa Smith. Martha Murphy. Matbell Brown., Mary Richardson. Mike Christmas :
would be destroyed. Later, another dam project would reason 'So What?', and in this attitude Second row- hump Nguyen. Michelle Kiinulis. LeAnn Renee Hlmbrrrly. Lori Ann Johns, Krisly Johns. '

was halted in order to preserve the lies man's basic stumbling block in lear I

natural habitat of the snail darter. ning to respect the delicate balance of nature.A .

Brooker Water System Loan Agreement SignedThe t I
These actions came as a result of arduous
closer look'at the structure and function of
efforts environmentalists and the court
by town of Brooker commemorated councilman. county commissioners gratulated town officials but Jokingly
small animals such as the snail darter revealsan
orders to halt construction seemed absurd to the loan signing for its engineering officials and the State warned that:: his reputation as "the
many observers. indispensible role in balancing the planned HSO.ooo water system Tues Director of Farmer's Home Ad- world's greatest nag when it comes to
ecosystem in which they live. The fact is, man day morning. March 20. with a ministration Insignificant as the small organisms may is incapable of replacing a cog in nature's breakfast ceremony including town agency which is making the loan. "Everyone must be held accoun
the preservation of these species is not balanced wheel once that cog is destroyed; U.S. Representative Don Fuqua table" the President Carter-
seem was slated to be the headline speakerfor appointed FmHA head said. "We are
absurd. It's important that people realize the the signing ceremony but Congressional not a welfare agency, we are a len
value of every form of life during this week species on earth unable"to .. Counly.Agents dealings kept him away ding institution for small com
March 18-24, designated National Wildlife live harmoniously with the other millions of d NotebookIt..V" Taking the podium early Tuesday munities and we're very proud of
Week nationwide. The theme this year is species In a naturally balanced ecosystem. \ } morning were Brooker s Council what vie, have done and of are Florida.doing for"
Chairman Steve rural towns in the state
Nipper. Bradford
Conserve our Wildlife' and with concrete There are always alternatives when nature's ByBobby County Commissioner Hazel Paulk Hightower said FmHA doled out

landscapes and dryed up swamplands an un- destruction precludes necessary progress; all who counts Brooker in her district>, more than $ o-million in loans and
fortunate reality, that advice could never be it requires is some careful forethought. It's Taylor area FmllA director Wallace MeCormick. grants in Florida last year--"and
more appropriate. time we made a serious effort to get off our .and State FmHA Director Mike most of it wa$! to rural areas "

I high horse and respect the importance of our Phone -6-62W .'. -- _- Hightower All .canerauilafed oho ,other 'lor. f .Mrs. Paulk representing" udtepreaenr the Bradord.Gowunuaiunnawe
: J The 10U5e\\011.and. snail, daljersrpall, neighbors like the Jotutewort-and snail darter. TB3: wHMH.,yHHwHnavnirvm 0' > Mv wpMH T i B MWM*IIt's their parts played in getting' the' alive Fuqua: congratulated ht

time! Spring-time. Fair-time :..
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strawberry harvest (and eating)
time crop and garden time and time '
for activity |In many other areas. ,leaf
We Live in a Garden Spot I tr, It's difficult to select one or two
fr topics to talk about in this week'column -
because there is so much activity -
'_ 1:___ ,_ 1n feet and gives food tt\ all her neighbors .
K c me in d garden spot of the cuuiury herein '
Bradford County. You can use just manpower for these small 1 would like to mention the fair first,
plots; a big outlay in equipment is un- *rr however because by this time nest y
week it will bq in full swing. It will be

Now is the ideal time to plant a garden. If a necessary. over and done for the year before we
know it I hope are Involved or ,
novice you can get all the help you need from Garden fresh vegetables, as many Bradford jCountlans have an interest and will attend the
county agent Bobby Taylor and his staff. Or, well know, can't be beat for taste. A ***.< 1979 edition.
there is probably an experienced gardener A tot of preparations for the fair are
small also
garden gets you outside gives you a ; I
lot of
among neighbors. 'I being made this week. A activity:
little exercise, and a new respect for the placewe has been in the livestock and poultry
live in. ''' area where new swine pens have been

Even a very small plot can produce enough ,,"' built and painting and genera'
vegetables feed And haven't mentioned what sprucing-up have taken place. _
to an entire family. We knowa we even a --- --- -
young lady who cultivates a plot about six by garden can save you in the grocery store. ',r.. cattle Our and fair swine association organization and the are bee tom Band rook r Council Chairman Sine Nipper,Count Commishionrr, Ilazrl Panlk.

j be commended for their Interest and Fmlll state Pmidrnl Mike Ilighlowrr discuss Itroufcrr water' systemcummemuraito. I
outside Center.
the town Community
efforts in the livestock area. For the
: first tune in several years, the barn
I. ; f will be completely filled with high 31.Vl.OU loan-grant. $112.000 will be in tie town of Brooker and read a letter
Hospital Revenue Down ; Doctor Loss is Reason:I quality exhibits.I the forrfi of a federal grant to Brooker from Fuqua which said "this pro
hope this is an indication of in- with the town borrowing the other gram shows the cooperation between
For the second month in a row the Bradford facility. The February Methodist Hospital Inc.. which terest and support of many more of S45.WO on a -10 year-five- percent interest local and federal government"
financial statement read at the Bradford financial statement read to the manages the facility, have shown no our folks who understand the value of kin Others in attendance at Tuesday's
County Hospital Board ofTrustees" hospital board at its Monday. March signs of concern, instead agreeingthat youth and community programs. meeting at the Brooker Community
1 mentioned the fair events and ac- 'Our present water system is about Center were town councilmen CJ.Stalnaker. .
regular meeting showed a 19. meeting showed the patients ad- the retirement of Dr. Jorge '
downward trend but ho&pttal! administrators mitted count for the recent Februarywas Salazar of Keystone Heights lost the tivities last week. I hope you have 20 yean old. and we ve got holes in J.C Harrell. Mayor Blake-
plans to attend the fair at least once the tanks so we really need the new Hamilton and Town Clerk Unda
said a bad January and 17 short of the count for hospital some referrals and signaledthe said
February was no reason for distress February. 1978. and the bottom linnet financial staU.Were < each day or lIight.Stra'Aberries system Nipper in backgroun. Robinson, county commissioners
the of
becuase there is a good reason for the income over expenses-was the are also creating in- ding months water system dealings E.W" Hodges. Maxie Carter and
down-s ing-the loss of a doctor early lowest it has been since November of ,.,*'crest and activity in our area. "We had to go for a loan and theFarmer's Dave Shuford, town attorney Jesse
this yearAlter last year. It was $9.11926 for the looking for some doctors to Growers are enthusiastic about their real Home people have been Wolbert and Sverdrup and Parcel
prospects this year. The plants and helpful"Before engineer Jerome Kelly who has coordinated
a hospital surge starting late mm. move into the community hopefully
in 1978 both the fruit are in excellent condition and officially signing the loan- the engineering side of the
patientsadmittedcount Still, Hospital Administrator Tony In the Keystone area where Dr. "
I and profits have slowed for the Rose and Marcus Orewa.president of Salazar was" Rose has said. heavy harvest should begin next grant papers Hightower con water dealings
week. I have commitments from .
I ; tfI t7 1'i i iF several growers to enter a flat in our -'- 1III.... 'I. ,, p Fund Set Up to Aid Critically Ill Youngster -fair for:a best flat contest The berries
I / :, : will be judged Wednesday morning

:, friends of the family and local before the fair opens, and faurgoers
? The David Inmaa Fund has been set up by will be able to see the winning flatIt
, businesses have donated prizes which will be awarded at a drawing April 20 i*our plan to exhibit fresh berries
' I 4:00 P.M. at the Bradford County Courthouse. daily from each of our participating i g
'I I David is the six-year-old son of Mrs. Martha Fried. Mrs. Fried.teaches at 'farms. The berries that have been
Bradford-Union Vo-Tech School here in Starke. He is the grandson of Malcolmand picked fresh in the morning and plac-
Mabel I Sanders retired residents of SUrke.His father is Charles D. Inman. ;seed on exhibit will be auctioned to
F Jr.. of Montgomery. Alabama.Followvig fairgoers at the close of the fair each '
exploratory lIW'Cft'Yat Shards Teaching Hospital on December 12. night We are hoping this will put the
:1 197*.David was diagnosed having newroblastotna.a highly malignant childhood prize berries to good use and provide
H 1 cancer of the central nervous system.The cancer,which began as a tumor '" funds to replace the berries for the
above David kidney.had spread into his bone marrow before being diagnosed. nest day
Since December David has undergone chemotherapy. an outpatient at the : The bema win be on display in the
:1I' Shands Pediatric Clinic under the direction of Dr.James Dearth and Dr Jerry agricultural products booth in
Barbosa. specialists In pediatric hemototogy and oncology. building number 2. I hope you will
-' drop by and see some of the biggest
He bas been hospitalized twice since December and is currently patient at w! and best strawberries imaginable.
I'; Alachua General Hospital Incidentally.plan to have room in I
Guaranty Federal Savings&Loan Association Starke has set up an account A&the agricultural booth for any products
for David. All donations may be made directly to Guaranty FederaL you have or would like to exhibit r

" ,'. This includes corn sweet
c, potatoes vegetables fruit nuts, rLi ;
" ,bony or syrup. We also have a mis- firLd
pIuo.4 BRADFORD Cot : cellaneous category for Just about
c agnculturafproduct. Call if ......_ .
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,: .O : :you have an entry. or better still bring
N Kt t p rI V p4 t it by the booth Tuesday. or Pennaylvaniaans Sample Bradford Berries
iN1iNa. Wednesday morning of next we fc
Springtime is the time for outdoor Jornlor Carter invites Members of the Bob Xeff Tier Group from Pennsylvania
1. {actmdes. Good weather has alloweda to have a strawberry pie baked by his_etller.l'lra.Morris Carter,_.
; I c/45. BOG G. FCRGUSO JOHN .... MILLER. lot of garden planting and care of from berries grown on their. farm on SR-'. northwest of SUrke. ,-. '
t PutohchersThur ]a...... and ornamental plants. A few The.... group base m ........... Pftntslnnla"eps at the Carter !"'
Ad+,*x+d each .iavat len eTodJ ecoralOUHKfaR* allh. Post <> >c.e ai SurferV.WCTI ude, d;*more days of this kind of weather and encb year to see bow Florida strawberries are grown. Its n favorite stopover farms
Arad 3. 1S79 ( activity will result In green and color for Ute groan: OM lady said It was her firth trip..the Carter farm. The croup
11E Subrapt Aas.demaeranr *8pt voar NSAssa.-M. 1 1Coy and pleasure of living I hope you Carter strawberry farm .. arc treated to a J ftf.
1' ......... bi 0"5 stns., R.I. '"jni able to get out and about and take "Swe and ob.t*hucy_-oo*Lady saM of*huge Bradford grown berry atop
*dvanUg of this favorite time of the ....,the mtoiatMro pies The PcMylMfa MM the berries awe far tastier '
r. than an:} they get np country.



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I _17 Bradford High Coeds to Compete for Strawberry Queen Title I Ire

of these seventeen beauties! will Margaret Annett Crawford daughter "
be the 1979 Strawberry Queen. The of Margaret L Crawford, Miss
new queen will be crowned Saturday, Sharon Denise Dell, daughter of Mr. Ta
March 24, by the W8 reigning queen, and Mrs Sidney Dell' Miss Jana Ann
Shan Edwards. Godwin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
The competition will begin Saturday Harold Godwin; Miss Cynthia Lee
afternoon with the Judges inter Griffith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
viewing each girl at the Women's Donald L. Griffith. Miss Bonita
Club In Starke. A luncheon buffet will Suzette Griffis, daughter} of Carolyn fife
be offered to both girls and judges. Griffin; Miss Melame Lorraine Morris
Saturday.night the girls will complete daughter of Jean and Bob Morris; ,
the competition with the modeling of Miss fh ale Lynn Riddirk daughterof .t'
swimsuits, sportswear, and evening Mr. and Mrs. Joe Riddick i Miss ,.t, '
wear. Seven finalists will then be Catherine Ann Schoening,daughter of 'I' ,$,, ,
chosen and will be asked to respond to Mr and Mrs. Herman Schoening; .' "
a variety of questions, all chosen at Miss Phyllis Lorraine Sharpe,
random. daughter of Clara Mae Sharpe; Miss
This years Strawberry Queen will Brenda Lee Starling,daughter of Mr.
be awarded a scholarship to Barblzon and Mrs James Starling; and Miss

School of Modeling, a silver bowl Chert Vonda Wall, daughter of Mr. "'.,.
from the Chamber of Commerce,and and Mrs Wayne M. Wall, Sr. '.ii,'I 'j"
numerous(gifts from local merchants.: Tickets may be purchased In ad. ;<
Candidates for the 16th annual vance at Mitchell's Drug Store, > '
pageant are: Miss Gladys Ann Ayer, Things by Hand, or from club ,,1.i, : '
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis members. Advance tickets are $2 for .\. .: ''''
Ayer: Miss Jacquelyn Marie Barber, adults and $1 for children 12 and ,. ... ', '
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. under. Tickets at the door will be$2.50 ;o ,", 1: 'j .
Barber; Miss Teri Ann Bement, for adults and $1.50 for children. ,;: .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Be- Entertainment during the Intermis- "j '
ment, Jr.; Miss Sarah Marie Biggs, sions will be dance demonstrationsfrom : f '*
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.E.Biggs; the Universal Dance Studio. .... .., j .
Miss Rhea Patrice Corbett, daughter There will be a celebration disco ,
of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Corbett; Miss dance following thepageant at the '
Vickie Mona Corbitt,daughter of Mr. Starke Women's Club. Admission is$1 :;,.:-... .-
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One' of these 17 Bradford coeds will be named 1979 Bradford County Front row ((1-1'- Rhea Corbett Sarah Biggs, Terri Bement, Brenda Starling,

Strawberry Queen in judging to take place Saturday night, March 24, starting at Bonita Griffis, and Cindy Griffith.
8 p.m. in the Bradford High School auditorium. 1978 Queen Shan Edwards will StandingMelanie Morris, Catherine Schoening, Cassie Reddick, Lynn
j Barber Crawford, Cherie Wall Phyllis Sharpe. Vickie Corbitt, Denise
crown her successor who will reign over the Bradford County Fair which; opens Peggy
next Wednesday March 28. Dell, Gladys Ann. Ayers, Jana Godwin.

1 Three More Girls Announce for Strawberry Queen: TitleThree I

more girls entered the 16th Denise enjoys playing Softball, cookIng lord itign( SChOOl. Brenda lutes to Keep
annual Strawberry Queen Pageant in and traveling. She Is being spon- busy by swimming, dancing, readingand
the last few days before the deadline, sored by Edward's Grocery Store. traveling. Her ambition is to
which was March 14. -Miss Brenda Lee Starling, become a professional model. Dur-
The girls entering this week were: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James ranee Plumbing will sponsor BrendaIn
Starling, is a 1978 graduate of Brad- pageant.
r -Miss Teri Ann Bement,daughter of - 0 -
} Mr and Mrs. T.H. Bement, Jr., is a
Junior at Bradford High School .

... 7 1y' where active she member Is class of treasurer.the Little Women's She'is an 'ilGJI:$ (;J J Vrn ( ](](}J.

ks Club and enjoys biking and dancing in
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Dell designer is Teri's ambition. Her sponsor ,
Bement venue for the pageant will be Baldwin'sChevrolet '
Starke's Own Bakery .

I Shaw Resigns B-U Clinic Board Miss Sharon Denise Dell daughter CHOCOLATE MARSHMALLOW' CAKES

!Miof! Mr. and Mrs. Sidney bell,, is a
rui ,Ctrw z. H freshman at Santa Fe Community 59
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In Move to Comply with Dist. Ill \ i College, where she Is studying to 1
Brenda Starling II ',, become an elementary teacher. "

The Bradford-Union Guidance his home overnight, but prohibits personal -

Clinic has taken a first step in restruc- use of the vehicle. I --- ___ ,_ ul I .,; .' 8 1"
turing internal affairs with the March The chairman said use 6f a Vehiclewas
15 resignation of Board of Directors a fringe benefit offered to Lennon
member John' Shaw, in response to to 'bring him 'to the pine trees.'"
District III Mental Health Board Harper said the policy has been in effect
charges of violation of federal all along, but thru an oversight bya
nepotism guidelines. previous secretary the action was -.
Shaw's wife is .an employee of the .not recorded in the minutes.
clinic; and his resignation :now The new policies should be con .,,#
satisfies.tba.e OtWD.iMirg.""'eJed.j,w.,.pJ tedhyilbe iid of June whIchis.alsoy: *. n+. + iaw t f m, ,1 1911 AM6, yl it a7'v .l. r T. \ ,
the'end of the fiscal
at the cliJiIc'ln District III a criticalJanuary year.
I. report. Clinic policies or the lack of set
I .I guidelines was one of the reaons Dr.
At the regular monthly meeting of Lennon was cleared of charges by the
the clinic board held in Lake Butler State Attorney Gene Whitworth sinceno ,
chairman Rev. George Harper said policies existed at the clinic to for-
areas to be updated included fiscal bid the activities that were the'basis
policies, grievance and personnel for the complaint. Lennon had been ,
policies, personnel evaluation pro- under Investigation for treating a y
cedures, a policy on the private men- private patient at the clinic and accepting ,4 t ,
tal health practices for full-time $1,500 payment for his services -
i employees, and a policy concerningthe .
use of clinic equipment. The District III board was also
District III Executive Director Don critical of Dr. Lennon's use of the
Walsh said in a March 15 meeting that clinic vehicle and the employment of
the B-U clinic did not address all of a wife of a board member, which
the problems brought out in the violates federal nepotism guidelines.
critical January report, but he felt the The lack of personnel procedures,
clinic was moving into compliancewith especially concerning grievances, is
the suggestions reccomended in the subject of a federal law suit by
the fired psychologist Dr. Joseph Vey.
report. In other business the board discussed -
One of the District III suggestions
the upcoming split of the 10 county
concerned the formation of a Joint
from service area of the North Central
committee with representatives
Florida Mental Health
B-U clinic, North Central Florida
Center (NCFCMHC) which may be
Mental Health Center
completed as soon as July I 1.
and District III. from B-U
Appointees The plan calls for splitting the area
clinic board members Rick
are sections
Into northern and southern ,
Daniels, Richard Welty, and Sam with the present NCFCMHC retaining

Johns. responsibility for' Alachua, Dixie,
The joint committee will meet Monday Levy and Gilchrist counties. 't .
March 26, in Gainesville at 5 The newly formed North Florida MADISON 4 Scrf/oom 2 Baths .,;I -

pm. Community Mental Health Center
Harper said the policy on use of the will handle Hamilton, Suwannee. I
clinic vehicle will allow executive Lafayette, as well as Bradford amiUnion
director Dr. Bill Lennon to use the counties with offices in Lake ,

vehicle 24-hours a day and store it at City. no problem wJmcmn : MMN ... /YP Nw ,, .NMM,..mN

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BHS Miscues Help St. Augustine,' ., .


Eastside Drop Tornadoes To 54Just y .,?; ( : .

when things started: < looking threat with BUS still five runs down. ",,' .
rosy for the BUS baseball team they Dinky Kilby got Bradford's only .
ran Into an old neme8tsrrors-and other hit. The senior reached In the ) ,{ ;.. \;
dropped road games to St. Augustineand first and stole second with one out but :.It. "" 1 1,1, .
Gainesville Eastolde last week. was left on base.
The losses put the skids on a two wn .i.a.es-art \ f
game winning roll and dropped the itA 1.i.e...-ntEastslde
Tornado record to 5-4 after a 3-1 start. v I
BHS committed four costly errors ., -I \\
to allow St. Augustine five unearnedruns 12-BlISS 4I \' I
In a 7.2 loss Tuesday night. They Randy Parado's. three-for-four : \
had booted seven chances In falling to game and Doug Reddish't solo borne '
Eastslde 12-8 Thursday, March 13, In run highlighted a 12 hit Bradford offensive :- : I :.
Gainesville. but shoddy defensive work -
"The only difference in these last handed Eastside a 124 victory in 1.;:
two games and when we were five and Gainesville Thursday,March 15. ,
two Ik that where before we were letting The Tornadoes kicked around eight ., f.
people get on base with walks and errors to make 12 Ram base hits go i : ,.j r
errors we would come up with the big for 12 runs-by far the most scored: on i ( 1. yZF ;
defensive plays to keep them from Bradford this season. After two inn- ..:IBt'.JirM'lf k N .t. ,,. ,\'" ';. .1"11-: ;' ':ji:w ,PC ":.:! 'M /' ......''IO"I'; : .'. ,',,"""" 'Y} r r.
scoring. In the last two games we ings it was 5-0 for the hosts on Just I Jt'
haven't done that. said diamond three base hits.! BHS closed the gap, First baseman Doug Reddish got the glad-hands.after Celebrating with the senior (number 1Z) are: from left to .
clouting a home ran to lead off the sixth Inning against right Kevin Tlllman. Clayton Norman, Mark Williams < ::
coach Mike Hartley after Tuesdaynight's to 5-3 and then to H but timely Ram .
loss. hits interspersed between more Tornado EauUlde.Reddlth's David Sparks Kenny Clark, Keith Northrup, and BUll.j: '0'
will to solo round-tripper pulled BUS to within M but Goodge. i i Ii.;
The Tornadoes try tighten up bobbles kept Bradford at bay they never got closer. \ .
the glove-work with three games this and gave Eastslde its foul-th'win .,. \ t
week. Palatka comes to town for a against five losses. ---' -'-V waited apprehensively between second
7:30 game tonight, Monday, March "We've hit the ball well enough to Tornado catcher Keith Northrup and third before the home plate ,1-
22, and high-riding Gainesville High win today but when you play sloppy kids Into home ahead of the throw., umpire finally signalled a roundtrip- AUTO $
comes to town Friday March 23, for a and get way behind like this you have against Gainesville Ea.tlde. : '. 4800 : ::.
7-30: p.m. game. The Hurricanes to work so hard to "BUS diamond per.Bradford also got a Pete Roee-style
should have revenge on their minds coach Mike Hartley told the off the third baseman's glove\ and':;, sliding! single from Dwayne McBnde I INSURANCE (Minimum PIP Premium Obtain
since one of their two losses in 13 frustrated team in the middle innings. Kenny Clark singled as BUS pulled to, ; (who beat out to two Infield hits in two
games was inflicted by Bradford (5-3 "Hopefully this was Just one of within two runs ". 'u "''iY trips to raise his average to.379),anda Tags Varies With Ago & Driving Record)
on March 8). Baker County will host those games (where everything goes Batting in the sixth with the scored safety from Jeffery Norman(whose '
BUS for a 4 p.m game Monday, wrong) Hartley said afterward. 9-3 BUS plated another trio of runners' two for three game upped his averageto UNIVERSITY I INSUnmiCE5408SW i
March 26. Starting pitcher Kevin Tillman but squandered a bases loaded-one ?, .518)), in the Inning but left the tie- CALL.
131h St. OPEN
might have had the roughest time of out situation. First baseman Reddish Ing run stranded at first COLLECT (S.441)Gain0sviH0FL ) 8:30: To

SA7-BUS2 it. The: senior righty was racked for started the rally with a leadoff homer ........................1155115- 70;
The Tornadoes managed lust three eight runs, five of them earned, to left that Just cleared the cable wire,.' .....,.................*t4t- \I 4 1378-6560 _
hits but it was five errors that keyed although be allowed only three hits In that is Eastside's fence. Reddish: w. v.*.,!... &.q_.... _AUTO- HOME CYCLE TRAILER Sat 9 Tof 1
the Yellow Jacket victory Tuesday two and 1/3 Innings of work. All three '. .......
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night. unearned runs were tallied in the first
The hosts scored six times on Just inning when Eastside scored twice on
one hit in the second inning to make it a deep fly ball mishandled by
70. Three BHS errors and two walks rlghtfielder. Scott Allen and then
made for the big inning.SA again on an RBI single. \ } -"
had scored once in the first inn- Kenny Clark came on in relief with r / / / ,
Ing on a wild pitch after one of their the bases loaded In the third and a t 1 t '
five base hits. Losing pitcher Kenny passed ball "chink" single to right ,
Clark, 1.2, shut the hosts out over' and base hit up the middle scored four :.
their last four at bats but it was too more runs for EHS. Clark settled \ :
late with too little offensive help. down to set down the side and pitch effectively -
Both Tornado scores came in the until the sixth, when he sur-
fourth inning. Catcher Keith Northup rendered three more runs on three .- ...
reached base on a walk with one out to hits! and three more Tornado errors.
start the rally. Jeffery Norman then The Tornadoes scored three timesIn e .' .
kept his batting average at the .500 both the third and sixth innings. In
level with a single and an error on the third Parado reached on an error .
Clark's grounder loaded the bases (he was on base five of five times and
with one down. raised his batting average 4o .318 .
Bill Goodge grounded out to move Thursday) Eastside's leftfielder kept ai" ..
everybody and score Northrup. Scott -Tornado Keith Northup', hitting
Allen then stroked a single to score streak alive by misplaying a fly bail
Norman before pop out ended the for a base hit,Jeffery Norman singled
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I The of the class ... MO by VaJwy Chandler
story 3A weightlifng close. Hune said, "We didn't spilt performance
| meet in OatnesvUIe Saturday, know about the kid from even and five pounds' start of the winnin. weak, Chandler made up! yards' on the lat
Seabreezewho division
larch 17, was right in line with won the 123 pound class ( effort .In I'M tee pound Sitar., Friday leg of Wes rtey# before nearly eollap-
fent history and right in line with prime. Tornado over day. home ing at the fWshiFutna :
Lin Davis). Then
Beet predfcttons.That kids we had two m'.two wms. accomftH for 10 .
is. the torting Buchholj Bob- pounds finish out in of seventh sixth. place ')just fire dif "Randy tried to chnn( ...jerk Jw11 : Lady Tornado points wWIe Lttaure
' Its caned off al(he good parts while ference of two "There a to win it but just wasn't .balanced and accumulated pointy wtUtlV| Jund
-ierybijdy rha, vnfpp&ftor whatas points. missed his last lift." Httwsaid.. : in the aao added to hsr 44u aad relay/
| eft. < If the two seventh place finishers, Jones another juntaOpftladMjl lathe thai\ tins wins ','*, ,'. '. *", *,.*' ,
senior Alton Moore, and junior 165 pound como lefi, tt was ,k: a .. -.. ....., I
When the bar-toiting Blrugele was Charles Yeomans,, had nudged.tnto.! best total cf his career.. It"V T r'. .-...-.oGrifN......P.. aN.. .A ...
ler Buchholz had' accumulated 35 sixth the two points would have points out of third. : meet -aalr.-SWW...N...
ints to Win, Its fourth straight title lumped Bradford three places into doubling 1.IMI.. ..11.da.. OWL I..I'.'.
Moore lifted'a best-ever Ma.........** ..... I
jiing away with Jacksonville Bishop fourth. That's how close the meet jm t the discus to _._...... .'
pnny coming out on top of a dog.ht was. 165 pound class, and effort na-........... 10)" "..
for second. In a field that saw his personal best : 111-.t.'d"..,.'... "' ..;. .......:.... ,,,' \\1,:"
st six points seperate the ninth Tornadoes who did seers were at 181. Mark Jones,Yeomaijled Janet :: : {'t '.f
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.ce finisher from runnerup Bishop Davis:Thompson, and Timmy Jones. and Allen Scott r \ ,> I Griff IM-NMl,,f.IIIIMIIII.. Kl .. ;
MY, Bradford's Tornadoes clalmI ford's non-scorers: at :.. ___. the 440. MIN-.... s.I.y.sM....,Owl. ,
I seventh, with( 13 points.MS Davis, a sophomore who was state ; ". Junior Judy ---P- $......
114 pound champ last year, lifted a "You can see at} of our scokerll wdf;;', 'Jlt'4N'f'CIIU points and Will iiraW"t..MI*"..P 'it"'...1.,*...-.*._....,/Nat. rr. _
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coach David Rune had total be coming back (not tee mention six \ '' team + "
hoped of 440 to take second place In the ; 'Tornado trick win ) II..,."
better but understood that little 123 pound class, 20 pounds behind the of the eightsute meet entrants)sews :,day;. a gutsy
ngs make the difference In big winning total.Thompson should be stronger In state, compel-"']?; r" t
.ets like Salu fday'e. Lion than we've ever been nexfyear''"H. : Bits fl 5. 1altiloWr51.".l
a junior, also took second Hume said His team took second., to 1,:"'BUS Judy Hankerson scored 12.9: poInt.tiwith
"Yeah' we were' ,a little disapbinted. place. Ills 595 total I was 15 the SA title meet last year.k .: wins in the l long Jump and high
but we knew it Was going to be pounds away from his persona) best ,,'' ". 'Bradford jump and legs, on two winning relay'

.:r a..r.MIIA.I.ha..N.....-.......... Pall and Spring High sponsors. to lead the Lady, Tornadoes to a win
Foot over Gainesville l Eat i --
; t..ON. .Mi..w.Wa'w. h.4 1I, fI'I......j ,' .Spring Sports of the The BUS junior high Jumped 4'S"
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/ 114..wlll__....411. .:.Cheerleaders In the mile relay Hankerann teM'U'with
i ''.,1..... ., U.> .....Mi|)U*tori*.(Ml..M., competed In ed Kim Slocum, Kitty Leasure.

': eLlfe' .i Auto ;. ,lll-....taM an.n.t, _.-........4M.N..p; .... volleyball In the and Louette Smith to.wi". and the
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Fire Homeowners .II, wwa.MsAw. N/. tueedayni p Chandler also won. .
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Bradf'd-mgh; Girls G-et First Softball Win BHS to Change

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The Lady Tornado Softball team of KIIII-HIMt The Lgit y Ja1a1tAf1, ;pip,.
BHS took Its first win of the season The second game of Thursday's four innuigs and ... Buddy Cage District
against' Keystone on UM road Thursday twin-bill wasn't as memorable for the more times to start tfitflRh but tnat rr' ,
In a 1-2 week. Bradford aide but reserves got playIng frame couldn't be completed In the f I !
The H-ll win over the Lady Indiana time. darkness so will probsibly I be completely Colling )

gave BHS a win against five losses r After we won the first game I just replayed In St, Augustine later Y Next Season
this year. In the nightcap of the dou decided to start everybody who didn't this season says softball coach Jerry t
ble header KM whomped Bradford's .start the first game." said coach McGriff. ;", s ,

second unit 44-5. Before that a Jerry McGriff, "It got ridiculous v -
Wednesday afternoon game in Starke after awhile but I figured I've got to In Wednesday's Bathe S4. Telegraph Sports Editor

started late and was halted after four give them playing time and experience nut to a 10-0 lead be --rr I 1 11 1111 III I 1 r.l n T '
tunings with St. Augustine up 22-11 sometime. nadoes banged home nine 'ii'l'
over the Lady Tornadoes. Girls 101t.J. Janice Berry's three for three-one the second inning to tighten Bradford basketball coach Warney Adkinson says Florida High shooIAI.bJeticf'. .:
:.a"ball/ Coach Jerry McGriff expects the triple performance highlighted BHS' up. Association kingpin Floyd Lay told him basketball districts will change. along*!**

;; "i.; 1ptnded game to be completed efforts In the loss. Doll Waters was Terri Parrish clubbed a sa.aQ'y. ; with football districts next year. .1/'!
'?. ffir In the year also a perfect two for two while for in the second Inning as part) b That means the Tornadoes will be realigned to battle Gainesville-High (yep'Ithey'll :: :: f
three. for two day. Dana Cooper to I ;rlrk'o be 3A next year), Eastside. Buchholz Santa Fe, and Live pak(or,plaYOff :.j.

BIIS It -KIlIt, IHt 1 I II (-1 two hits in three at bats while !a rights Instead of Clay, St. Augustine and Palatka as has been thee se. J"
Bradford came back after the 11.1.11... 44SA22.DllS Schoening was one for one > W1-) ""Lay told me 'We can assume the changes will be the same' 8O 1 i$:H be the "'t.

visitors grabbed an 11-2 second inning walk. ,..J.I'. '. .. same. Adkinson laughed. .' '$. ./
-0:' _,"" """ "''''.'1:1': <'' '' ...'.IoI'.M"' '" head of the FHSAA is THE boss of Florida athletics.m
\\l \0, take the win In Thursday's.me I II (unfinished) Lay the outgoing ,
The Lady Tornadoes were sche'dU I Lady Tornado Dana Cooper takes !j
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'We played great ball." McGriff Darkness halted this game In the to host Clay High Wednesda; \> crack in girls softball action. .
ball Baker County at home today, 7Jur! The BUS first baseman had six hitsIn BUS Miller Honorable Mention -
said of the win, "we hit the we fifth as the visitors didn't. arrive in
March 22 at 4 ante f nine al bats last week for On Sun's All-Area Cage Team.
didn't get rattled when they got ahead Starke until nearly 5 p.m. (for a 4 day, p.m. s healthy
of us. and we played good defense." p.m. game). Palatka Tuesday, March 27. L. ': .66? average.Ea Bradford High Junior Kevin Miller was listed on the honorable mention unit of (
The defense and pitching of Hope r+ the Gainesville Sun's All-Area basketball team published Sunday, March 18. .
Jackson came on In the latter Innings. The All-Area teams included schools and players In the Sun's coverage area
After Kil scored five runs In the first outside of Alachua County (Alachua County players were listed on an All County
and six in the second inning BHS Eastside Palatka Beat Tornado Track Team team) with Miller one of 21 players honorable mention players listed after first,

allowed just three hits and two walksto second, and third team all star squads.

shutout the Lady Indians over the The Tornado boys track team lost Barry Thomas and Martin .Hersey Ulde83-BIIS48 "This wasn't so great, now I'll try to make the first team Instead of honorable.

last five frames. two dual meets last week at BUS were I high scorers for the Tornadoes.Thomas The short-handed Tornadoes mention next year." Miller said of the honor.
Meanwhile Bradford bunched 12 Friday Gainesville Eastside came took second In the 330 in-, managed just two wins Friday as 2A schools dominated the listings with Bradford opponents such as Live Oak's1.Mike ,
runs in the same four innings with six to Starke and came away winners termedlate hurdles and a third in the Eastside's Doug Smith led the Ramsto Jones ((2nd team), Gene Jones ((3rd team), and Bruce Perry (honorable'
coming In the top of the seventh. mention well Palatka's Cornell Weston (lard unit) gaining mention on the'
while Palatka, an early contender for 110 yard lows while Hersey was thirdin an 83-48 win in Starke. ) as as
Jackson aided her own cause with a the 3A state and All-Area ,list,
title demolished Bradford the Intermediates second in the Johnny Badillo ran the two mile in
three for four game at the plate. Including in Starke Tuesday. two mile run. 11:14.4: for victory! and Todd Samons

a double in the deciding Palatka 1)8.8118 18 In the mile run two BHS runners, pole vaulted 10 6" for Bradford's Prep"Top 40" RevealedThe
seventh Doll Waters also ,
stanza. went
It was about as lopsided as it could John Bennett and Richard Smith, other win.
three for four while Dana Cooper and Orlando Sentinal Star has Its annualcout'slist of Florida's top 40
have been Tuesday as the Panthers went under five minutes for the first Kevin Miller scored seconds In the published
Terri Parrish stroked two hits In faced two of the top 40 this season.Clay's .
won every event and allowed Bradford time ever as they chased winner Clay 440 and high jump while Barry prep basketball prospects-BHS
t three trips. ,. only eight top three finishes in Mathews home. Bennett clocked in at Thomas too second in the 120( hurdles 6-8 Kevin Gainey and Bishop Kenny's 5-7 Maurice Rhoulac made the top
IHI I I I ( I .e 14 40 but not the 26-thc "Dandy Dozen" and "Dandy Dozen part II"-a baker'sdozen
uneS. .e.|.. II the inert 4:53.1: three seconds behind the win- and third in the quarter mile for BUS.Winn. top
.. ner, while Smith ran a 4:55.5.: that Is.
--- 11I11 .!'L.._ _. ,w Allen Scott claimed second In the ... m4 I.dl.d..l:..ni I Area players on the list include: Vanguard's 6-7 Zebedee Howell and 6-3 Kenny
shot 110 MvrtflM-lmMi.. I, II.'. T.e,... I. !,.., Vaughns, Jax Ribaulfs Frank BurneU. 6-5 and Jax Raines 6-5 Acie Sanders In
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MII I second and
Lester Bean the 13
Raines' :
the top 13; Ribault's Donald Dixon and on
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Our ,..._ ...., .. Isaac McKlnnon Jax Sandalwood's Roland Rucker Englewood'shey
Honoring Employee Who I.1I.. MII. JlmMii. I, ......" 3)) (Will'*. I. Itlt.l. 6-8 ,
in MvrlwHIMt,f,44.1.Ttwm".I,44.1.Mm*?,I, MO..l.ylMMM ...... Hubbard, White's 6-8 Steve Austin, Gainey and Rhoulac in the top 40.(
44 .. 440..*......, I, ..... MIH".t. .,..."'.N..t.M./. < An underclassmen to watch list Includes P.K. Yonge's 6-7 Randall Leath.Vanguard's ,
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Of The Month Mll'...ftW>h,.*".'r.4iM t,,--.1.4.M.I. .InllH.; 0; 41 I. 6-4 ;
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,IM Mm tjfOMluc*.f, .K 4... .....VMik-McklMiM, f, II'0". ,; I Mll..kWIII.I. 11144.. I-" ',. There isn't a sports event I enjoy watching more than the NCAA college
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OIt..- '-,e.111'1.0',*e.H. I, 10"'4.r. High *.."..c......I. I....Mill.,. ..4''f.f mm, I. Arkansas-Larry Bird versus Sidney Moncrief game
MI,.uuft....,...'.i..*,.lill .. P.l.V...1..-_._>, If-,14.e,.., I. .Ir, The Indiana State versus
Mlra_,e. IN .. .? .''- ,I... Jvmp..ll Mil,.....,.-........ >91 5, "W"? 'e,u..,. I, tri.tr.OlMwOrCff. If Bird J is the best all-around college basketball player around (land he (is) thenMichigan
1 MII.......,...... .r. 11111. ......,. I. 11:17.1.: "r J .....rw .On11/, ..u'10.1r'....... .. f#. .', State's Greg Kelser Is at least the most skilled college scorer In the na-
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:,1.; Give Earvin Johnson a jump shot and he's George "Ice Man" Gervln of the .
::Y'Lady'ornaJ1.oNetters ;
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Give Moncrief a pro contract and he's David Thompson. '.
-q Split Give Notre Dame one more shot at the final four next season and they might ,

win it all as they were expected to this year.
'.{',i. Give me Michigan State against anybody In the title game Monday night t. ;
?={ l Bradford's Lady Tornadoes', beat H.n<.l.r..., c..... ..., OWwIf., l-lt tap*. I. ..*r- ,

-I v r Union County Thursday, March'15, ...0.-...........,.Me_. ........ Cloy,, ........"',_ BUS' Griffith L'p and Around
but fell to Clay County by a 5-2 score ..U,"--'..........C...,.....0 dwM..P._0...
Tuesday afternoon to fall to 8-7 on the
;*>, season. .. BUS Union I Lady Tornado track-cross country star Cindy Griffith was back at school Tues .
..": Clay 5-tnlS*"*-"*"J*** 'Lady day after recovering from an appendectomy.Cindy's :
"We should have never lost to Clay, The Tornadoes won all but one "doing real well" according to her mother Ressie Griffith and plans to r
singles match to defeat the
easily a jogging in a week or 10 days. .
1 was really disappoint said Lady Start up program
fII -4C 1 Tornado coach Melba Howard after Lady, Tigers In Lake Butler-Thursday. < .It'SStill not sure \if the senior distance runner will get t to' run competively In fc

: Tuesday's loss in Starke, "Cecilia In- Janice Jockel won 8-0 In numberone track and field this year after finishing fifth in the 880, mile. and two mile at the \
"tu fante (Bradford's number two girl) singles while Cecilia Infante 3A state meet last year. ;
was sick and that really hurt us. Jana Godwin and Karen Macy adde/i Anybody who knows how big a part running played In Cindy's life hated to hear**

L 'I "At least I.got to play; everybody ,tI wins In their singles positions In the news of her operation and is glad to see her back in school. Here's hoping she .

rCt H though.: ." jiII l, Doubles Jockel and Infante won' 8-1 "/,... ,"I,8 and Godwin and Pi&ffi'Wanon i "' ; ... .
Janice Jockel and Michelle Sapp a tie-breaker.Nancy: 9-8' 1 chances worl, Ctl'1irftmed;r ''''''''' "' ., "1'4 "" _F .
managed the only wins for BUS Ihw. wId,S......N.n.ll 0.M I...,.....I,.... lilillllil 1111111110111 lJ
> against the Green Cove School. Jockel) O,mt |.4t, .....-. (UC __.. .N i Odwl,Hi. .. ""-
G won the number one match 8-6 while .... OrlHIl Hi_,. I, ._tofWMrf..!,
- Sapp came out on top 8-3 In the fourth ,.......,Jxk..|.Id.M.,I..vw......4I..Hr T._ Tornado Netters Out- Union, 5-2 1
Joanne Covington _l I. wa. MrMllM-OrlKK.,t........... ). Volley
) singles match, her first varsity

Celebrating Her Sixth Year As An Employee Of The singles action.Bradford's .
Elaine Gaskins won art Bradford visits Keystone Heights The boys tennis team of Bradford wins to clinch the Tornadoes seventh'

. exhibition number six singlet! match today, Thursday, March 22, and goesto High reached the .500 mark with a 5.2 win against seven losses
and the doubles combo of Sapp and Santa Fe to play the Lady Raiders whipping of Lake Butler last Thurs
",, Johns won 6:.1 In an exhibition doubles Tuesday March. day. It had to have wins in the doubles. tlnl' ..:O,H/"U I,...,.,1..."..>:I.h.... IWo .... j:
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play but.neither win counted. matches to do it. "U' ....._... l-lj ......... UC ever Pl 1.rc. |.1.D..hl. ;
.1 4' Tornadoes Steve Griffis, Chub '"", Ori.1lrwhae.' ., .. ...., C..u.d.ndn )
ww..r' c Johnson, and Pratt started BHS ..4: ./,_............., t, ....Mctpxldtx. .4. ....
Of Starke 114._. Iee..I l. I, ...> ftkOM l-li, ...... CI.". Rip
..., fh.m.. ..., w._, c...,. r.. Jhni. l-4i, off with wins in the first three singles
matches but the hosting Tigers won BUS hosts Lake City today. Thursi i:

11 the last two singles to close the gap to day March 22. at 3:30: p.m. before hit ?t
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Softball Tournevs for City Lea ue Clubs 1

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Warmup tournaments are Mt The aliaflts and Rebels a:30 p.m. at Weateide Park.
) 'MUII ,NI.r through the weekend and next week tangle the other first round.game Inthe Tuesday-First Methodist
for men's and WOMB'S team morning. Second round play will
parUdpaUng Madtoon Street, I:30 p.a..
in the city and church match the Senior Bays(Starke Stars) Action COD NMIa ea.tAl.
1- r leaguee this > against the Water's-Buslnessmen Thursday's finals
LWCI will blrthe site of a double- winner and LWCI against the Mteflu-
t w elimination men's tournament for the Rebels survivor. A women's tourney U! dated for
six men'i teams this weekend. Finals are set for Sunday at 2:45 Monday through Thursday" with all
Ply starts Saturday at a ajm. with ,.m. games at Pratt Street except the
Waters meeting the Starke final,which Is scheduled for Iio p.m
Monday night tournaments for the Thursday.
men's open church, and women's St. Edwards Church and HOOD Bap
teams open in Starke and continue on tist kick things off with an I:. p.m
BUS the weeknlghU.The game Monday at Pratt Otter' (II'-
Golfers O-8 men event Is divided Into two trants are First Baptist, Broughtan'*
brackets, church and open, with the Bullets. Florida Bank at SUrJe, and
6 q Bradford High' golfer lost three winners of each meeting Thursday at the Domino's.
more matches last week but shot a
season best 186 team total Tuesday at
the Starke Golf and Country Club In a + d Dial/r BarB
match with Clay High.
The Blue Devils were winners by EVERY THURSDAY HiNT
nine stroke, 177-18S Tuesday.
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.., ,. matched 37's to tie for medalist
-- honors over the home course. It wasHerres'
Don't Tell Them it's Not The NBA best score of the year, 5:00: Til losing
.1 Craig Bryan also scored a personal
I for die pleyen and a packed house of 'boat) score of 49 over nine holes while
of !! fniU Bradford The Reno Super Tigers got home crowd support against Churl Wright's 63 was the last score
SMSE&SS .cf.X. !etfbXndi' ago world, with' Bun"Hr'.. SeventyoSlun In action pictured above. counting for the Tornadoes. Luanna lSQNNY
Mundorff came in at 65.

,In their effort at the home
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I Rainbow Marine'Takes Own Tournament ./ : >,; fixourse; BUS ballooned to a 203 team DELitoftiC' r
.fttotal in losing to Orange Park 131-203: /
Rainbow Marine or Brooker claimed. loser's bracket by Kustum Karr, the just five hits In the second hursday, March IS"v .
the championship of its eluding ; llerres was the low Tornado with a
own 12
team Softball tourney In undefeated old Clark Builder's club from Green game proved to be the Misfits 't4l while Orange Park's Bobby Farnln STEADSP1AL
fashion over the weekend. Cove, by an 18-12 score Friday night. downfall Randall Thomas, Fred and Kenny Maranville shot 33 and 36
Saturday morning the Green Cove Wheeler and John Ramsey all -
Marine the old rap- 'respectively.
Brooker club
solid hitting and the play of rode Merchants dumped the Misfits from ped four hits in six at bats to provide / Other Bradford scorers were
tourney the event with a 17-0 shutout win. most of the little offense while Steve (
Most Valuable Player Billy Ray \Gaines, 43 Wright 58, and Mundorff,
Smith to A low Cox had the only home run. .,61.
five straight wins to come .406 team batting average,In- I
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Brooker Field. {Wednesday, March 14, BUS traveled HlMONteO STEM IAKI POTATO .- SAUtt
Smith was cited for his outstanding Green Machine Challenges World's to Ocala Forest but only three _
defensive in the loss to the EAT OR A
play In left-center field power
as Wile .
well as his four homers and .500 bat. .ful .
!\Forest all four under 40 for IN' s:
ting f average> but three teamates Top-Ranked Softball Team SaturdayStarke's put men .
wielded hot sticks too. ;'a team score of 149. Tornadoes playing ,
Dick Wheeler rapped the ball at were llerres. 42, Gaines,45, and
a Green Machine brewing tested by the two world class clubs '.
.64? pace for the weekend while Mundorff,57.
brothers Gene and Gary Melvin match with optimism after finishing a disap Rea AI BarB Q ,,
@ .619 averages.Rainbow pointing second in Florida s men s :,BUS has just one match this week [ ,'
Softball ranks last a campaign "We think this Is the best team with
year opens Forest coming to Starke for a
Marine stopped the 2>a$.TEMPLE utv w-mo snili.Fl0AI01Sonny'8
for national honors Saturday In we've said Ronnie '
Orange park in ever put together. 3:00 match Tuesday March 27.
Businessmen Sun. '
day's Jacksonville with no slouchHowardand Thomas, a co-manager of Green, ,I' Now Has A Salad Bar "
Saturday nigh win a 10-7 over count the but a Carroll's of North Carolina, cur.renuy Machine along with Townsend .. _.. -
club highlighted the weekend.Marine same the top-ranked Softball team In Strickland and sponsor Jack Hazen, "
came from nine down the world. "we've on this team '' t t
runs In the !
seventh Inning to beat the Parkers Game time Is 2 p.m. Saturday with who have plain: the world tournament Y i
22-21 the Drew Park fences to be severely at
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Misfits were also In the YOU SHOULD
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Building at 416S. etnan ; ,
BltthM Street In .tahbs: U will for Bold Clto. beers In the 'I
Iw aw Rome often for aa ov..11e "furniture' a for the For'National Title f
with other office In last fifteenIn Charlie are

le. the proc ilng furniture Shannon Smith 4, of Morgan Road
: Ms wife Ann and children for a hospital'.*! several big motels was first runner-up this month in mt i ,
tr .'.CindyChrto. and Julia are alla. in Jacksonville. ; tional competition in the King of 'toe
Ed has been very'active. in coaching \ \ Earth Pageant in Philadelphia. Penn .
ftofci City iMue.. in refinishing boys football and. W hb 1J in the ; i 0 sylvania. "

f furniture' u I and stripping AOoowWle area. He Shannon competed against 30 boys
of furniture for people who may wish hal already been pe1t ded to coachone Jraro 4-a year of af., and was one of
refinish their own. Much of their of the recreation teams for this Jw youngest contestants.. As first
work consists. of season. Sha8ftOA'rect"ed a ban {
addition "runner-op :
damaged furniture. In to If you get a chance, stop by and get ntr trophy a cold Buiova calender'w.tcbj i.
I furniture refbushing( they will also acquainted with the new folks in town and a Mkoterthip to a
t provide moving van service !and will ... Bold City Furniture Restoration. t )atr cal school in New York.

.i':,!'' Shannon ;also won, the award and
I vttcphy for the best formal attire i i.j
Students Offered Special 'DeuPItlpnal :.! with .j
>";, 1TUe had personal Interview> ... ., .....
'ftw I talent scouts Mrs. Lee Adlfezn. a -- -,
Library Week III'just school. Each Student who reads five vl U-known agent from New York.
i [thO'cornerApril' 1. book between March 22 and ,Apr!1-30 .wu, >.nowha.over360chl1drenincor&'i ; Shannon, Smith ,4 !
: The library Is'filled with success will be given a free, hamburger iH cial5, was one of the talent scouts f I
storlos... J It you want to get ahead French fries. .and oft drink atl.McDonald's ': interviewed Shannon Mrs for the title'ol Florida Hemisphere1 a '
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head t ,1our: local public library. : < '
VAailizy; said she has some high hopes statewide pageant .! I
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Ive that I to .'. Td participate a Student must .
you extta energy get which' X,fof Shannon. : ."iH' < ,
ahead the!,Bradford County Public completed a HbrarMf rtlficate \ .. ..],:'Contestants In the King of the EarthI..alleant ''\; ':; / i '
Library Nand the locally owned Is available at<'Uw.library 1 105 East ------ -' "' "" -' --- were judged on beauty Shannon has previously'4; oi'he* I
McDonald' is offering a "Ronald Jackson at WanubStreet| in Stark Fd'olmson: and (.liitrlif Town* 4J. s In ". and personality. They had. Gainesville H.n)ispbere titldithe Life .
McDonald Reading Club" prize to For more InfarrnatJoa visit the Bra-' t. \, -.Nfi.: '. z. "g" .don.i' ....day of event,which\ started ;. tie Dream Boy Starfce, title''In"the,--" I I
I>students kindergarten through.hlgh 5 ,ford County ttaj&. brAl'f' 'T ,\t..' 'y \; .. .:'" ."".. I'l Ub'.Khsnnon's: first b'aln"J1de.. :\,;:'StateiOIBlorldse. Kingpfth, #EdrlW%; '
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'.' .were.nL1el1..jth modeling and personal Shannon was sponsored to the na'' '
'!" )interviews.: He modeled sportswear tional King of the Earth Pageant by .
and formal wear His sports his father's business Smith Bros. ,
,i1owfit, was a replica ot. a race car Body Shop, and byJ MJtchelrt Formal! 4 I
: ', firs suit IK modeled. an Wear'of" Gainesville.' I'f ; .""
ter-stx. tux! from Mitchell' Formalwear Shannon' was. cucomp"/in"1.ed": totf,. 1
of Gainesville. Philadelphia by his mother Mrs '; !
f, Shannon,.the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rose Smith: his,grandmother;'!Mrs. '
Tom Smith of Morgan Road;will next AUegra McRae, ,and by his!\ .lster.
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.. Our school photographer will' betaking Emanuel Brown; and Stacy Griffis.
pictures of your child's class The following students in Mrs. San
':. '. group-tomorrow (Friday March 23 1. dra DuncWs' fifth grade'roomare on
+ Thla year ing ,an option-a portrait profile weeks" grading; \ period: 'Donna ,.
combination )package of your child Barker James Carlton Kelly Jo
The' class ,group will be packaged James'. Jason Huggins.. Robin '
together with a beautiful profile portrait Hersey and Polly Griffin. In conjunction t''
,'. of your child printed In one of a with a unit on the study pf foods. ..
choice three packages. This yearthe the class ,look ft (tour of The Pastry
'. picture program is set up a?a pre' Shop and watched theprocess of making .'
pay program Only those packages bread The-seepnd menu planned .
ordered and paid for on picture day Jt>y the class, featuring fried chicken, .:
will be printed.' The photographer was served ''n the Southslde Cafeteria
gurantee that your money will} be on Thursday\ !March 13: ; Ecology is.
refunded if you'do not find the pictures the subject for the next unit; 'lii
::1e.a satisfactory. This Is not 8' science'!. s
,,. .mandatory program for every child Students in Ms. "Phyllis 'Goldberg'* '
... but only those who bring payment on, fifth grade who made alt A's on their-: ;'
:., picture day will be photographed in rt'porcard for. this grading period; ,
the IndMdual 'profile. All, students are: Jay Hayes Lynn Holtzendorf.
it: ,:. : will be photographed with their class Theresa, Mod ollwn, 'and JtlchaAl i
:., :: ', group.. An order blank'wilf be sent O'Steen. Michelle\ (Hall also.hada very
: Home March 22.'and should be return-- good report.fart. Children, excellingin
'IH 6 March 23 with a check payable to: the study<:fW1 fraction arc: LAnn
pelmar Studios. lloltzendorf' Kilcliie J Overstrert.. and .' ;
:: 'Southskle School will have a SpellIng Eddy Hall, I
; .... Bee today, (Thursday March 22)), These people in.Mrs Vicki McKinMorgan '
r* at 9 a.m. Mrs.Sandra Duncan is coon hey' rirst'grade' have \\01\ top honm's, '
t dinator. Mrs. Sissy Santanglol' and 'In 'thelr' reading- groups; Chris' .J
: Mrs. Marjorie Murphy will serve as Tucker. Jennifer 'o'Cli'syth. (,'hstct. tcr';; .
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1 fir r judges. Mrs. Burney Winkle will .I41. .enbet"ffian Chris 't'lIowlII" '.
JJ serve a official proonceof.somw'.s News from Mrs., Elalne Wood-Ms.
iutfllId '"ltudt tt" .I"o' "t5/nhmsoA'afthghdeaarryt: 1 I y
iAll5) ticipated '1n the Bike;A-Thon 'held .a od Simnn'Mstchell.tr4 the
March 17 and sponsored by the Cystic new Safety .Patrol members-'fbt---_
Fibrosis Foundation; We; hope they Students who lmv<> successfutly'mastered '
1 ) were among the prize Winners. the five-mjnuteItxnmuitit t.
J :... There* will be a Title I Bradford: plication; quiz; given wec-kly) are:, :
,..: County parents' Advisory Committee KictteV dwiney..Simon MitcheU. Ken <
1r .,.r., meeting at the county off ice on March 'net'' } osnckWendellbhunksBelin! < '''
26 at l30$.m. .. rtto Melsonc: Howard; Starling Derlia 1
1' : : Ms. Monterey: Wasdin's first grade Griffis. Judith Petlewuy Sharon MeCUtcheon,1 ,
has several really good spellers this. : Eric Starling. Andy,Jones --
week. Those making a perfect score Donald! Hutcht'Sun.<< and Lufa, ,
,.. '1 were: Stiarle Meier Nicole Wanton Williamo.lost of these,,'udt'nh4' con >
.. :: Chris Harris Regina Garrison now work on fifth} grade )level math
": '.' Michelle Chastain and Lynn Folsom because ,Jhey have nuw passed 'this'i;
,. ; .:::: : .:... .. We hope next 'week' to be able(to,add important test! '*
.: ..; : ;:. more names Southside Elementary School ilt still ,4
.1:::: ;.::t:; ....... News from, Mrs E'arn.estine. in need f.l.'adult'IIluntClt'rs to help :
.::W'" ". : Thpmpkfns-MrL Thelma 'Knight's!' during school hours. If you would like ':.
.... .: ; 1. fourth grade: ... :::;:; '. your
.. ..'. ....... ........:.r....... ,. ..:.:.: are workihg on fourth grad -levet iff school during the hours of H a.m and :
....:: '.., .;..1.!,. ..... reading: Stacy Griffis. Sharon p.m. Training will be provided. :
: :;.. ; .. I ......... : Harvey.. Evette Gainev, Cecil1 y" t:
.. .........:.::..::.::. ,, .. ,.........:.... Jackson Kimberly Alberlhal. \ 'l.t'M'IIIIFNt: ::
.t. Latoshia Lindsey Angela Webb :\II.ndI11I1'I'h :itt-llamburgi-r on
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....................' d van,'- ....Q.....UI.. ....'..... Lucille Ilollis'', Emanuel Brown, bun lettuce.' ,|tomato. potato tots* 'I:
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.. Shane Bellamy. Jennifer Wheeler pears.milk.-; ; r 'I *
.nm.. ....,.I 'H. .c::: re'Ce ..; .. .. Bianca Tuepdssyllarah7Piaza.buttered'peas :
Simpson. Gene Mack Angela ;
1\..................:.:. .......,.,.......1"...:... .. ....'_"" .1 ;.. ......... .......... Williams. Sharidy Harper:and Brad !i fruit ,cocktail: peanut butu-r.;l''i:i:
'::::i:; ,.! ":,.,, :s..t.tf. Stroble. Good spellers of the week are cookies milk. i i1VrdIi4da .
r-i LfI1i ))1'1. ..w..1;M ."- .:;.\. Jennifer Wheeler. Angela Williams > ThurHilu> und f-'riiluv

<: b. -: .... A.Uf. ttl s! I113eR Cecil .Jackson.. Eve.teeGainey.. no school for students.
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.:t,.. .........:m..!... :'i"::'"t.' ,, .?. .VVUJI"-Iua.i.lC .11'yng I ..... Mothers March :Raises $902.25 ; I IIn
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.. ..... S92.23 was raised for the March of Parker, Sandra Duncan Eddie'Joyce' ;
......:. .:: .'V.... ,.... i.... .Jn' 29 1 9'".... .. Dimes in the 1979 Mothers March .
.,( .. ." ., .. '....'. ,"".... .. .. carried Sexton; Faye Andrews Adele Mit
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..... Gladys Pierce and Mary Carolyn -
': : < .;, .. : ., Taylor Barbara Brown, Ann
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.. .;. .. .". Lewis. Virginia Darby,
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; < Pierce Ida Schmitt Shirley Andrews Gwen MOxley, Betty Sue Denmark ;
Frances Dansby, Shirley Mary GiSsy Flossie Prescott Mabel :.
Elegant ONEIDA ,laitedTimeOniy'FREE \\4. Mullins.Janelle Reese, Era Brown. Green Gladys Thomas, Muriel '
: ing. Lou Wainwright Ann Rhoden. Gilhooly Elizabeth Walker, Jackie ;
Pat Spengler Linda Johns Peggy
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5-Piece Place Setting in Your Choice of Famous .Patterns]., Shatter Marie Seimer. Michelle Cathy Moore Carolyn Autry. Little :;;

:; Save at Guaranty Federal and we'll give{ .you<,, a 5-piece: place setting ABSOLUTELY FREE f ,1 Ireland it :,'was believed elves amused themselves by I

&t: \ Simply deposit, $50 or more to a new or existing savings account. As yourtsayfngs' grow'fo will ,'* '. running up 'and down. 111yofthvall'. y blossoms

: F r your beautiful Oneida collection.! Additional: place settings and accessory umtscan:'; ,be purchased at'", f '' SERVICEMEN I

i f// incredible low prices with each additional deposit of $25. Additional settiligaaonly i .$4,95 and:" '"'|; ***** '***** ;.

8 accessory units are only $3.95 and $4.951 Start saving. now at Guaranty Federal"and: discover why.! #j: ., Put:Rowland Cummings Students learned to repair and; ;:.

r i1 people like to stay with us. "'' < : '- ;(k. "T 7'$ Part of'Jack< Frost 71' rebuild metal body parts for wheeled r
: W9 .> ; Pvt. Rowland Cummlngs son of and lightweight tracked bombat and
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; .. '.'t: .i" \\ Mr. and Mrs. John A. Cummings\ Jr., tactical vehicles. They also received

a i I t, :.:: ,.:Save More With $5,000( Deposit! ';t5:$*; .free place Citing; i,per> family, plea lr.if cru joHfe| : J!ude f 1.i -' JACK Route FROST 2,' recently 79, a jonreadiness participated: ex In body Instruction components in gas welding exterior on finishing metal .

t Jf I ". >addition to your free 5-piece place tit&:' .*%:sates tax.: Deposits for gifts must remain&Vffi*"*** **%: & ercise in Alaska.v; of, metal bodies and glass cutting. .

,' ak lsat 180! day. This offer does apply to. 14 -Count The exercise provides the op-
I .k It; you can obtain the necessary Onelda-uhlbf: ; ; < < ; : i'' -n *.*'-'f c :;; portunity to test and evaluate1' Specs Sieve' Jenkins .:

I 'J 4 ,into complete either service for.four'octf &; \Mctlilons'tMl! : ._ ; eCCertifiIla.titJ\ ; f &!&:*lvj&#[:ty ;" selected Army Air Force. Marine Trains in New York Cod! :,..
ii- 5 Steve W.
Spec.: Jenkini of
. t "service for:eight at amazing low''p prices, NQ. 0 rd ( ibemailea. and Navy resources .performing is member of the Lawtey .
j' :: rvrnGuaraiii specific: missions in an arctic winter a ; 7th Infantry
r"1 -. without the need to make addid nal ., ., environment. Brigade which recently participated.
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t.r I .' ,..4quaUfyfng deposits.. ...'...: .r ..,..' '.'". J" <:i1..':;' r''I Vl 1 1to" 187th Infantry at Fort Campbell, Ky Pruir., N.Y. 5-
0 ,; ', .,;J, .. H. entered the Away in July 1P7S. The training was designed to test
;: .. 11 11. I '.jJi 1 ;; ." :, I IS1 He Is a 197S graduate of Bradford the unit's weather ability to conduct sustainedcold

I rFour: ; .. .. High School. brigade operationsThe traveled air
: )t1y: ",959 'onI m.95' L aVln sr ;< Completes Pfe.Mark Repair Griffith. Course' the Drum vehicles from Fort and Benning Ga.to, while Fort

J" l', . ,. : ,JUllt ll1Ii n .1_ nwtl 1 :J:td: ..\., Pfc. Mark,w: Griffith son of Mr tied by rail. equipment were par-
.i .t .... ... ... t" and Mrs. Donald Iw Griffith Route 2, The specialist's:
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f.. NQih cuaraotyVd '1.7;+. .,.. .tom: tinpkt +t'aY M aOiKGneakiaa Ordnance Center and School Aberdeen an assistant squad '
I : ... '. ., iI"1'" t m:,r. >a': Ground, Md. }' leader with! the brigade at Fort" Bern. *
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r to get ttu'ir share of the I Ir Green said voumtwe Itranen trill
"pie" start building) th*WMft (ttMtnMtves'
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: grants and loans
., March 19, as they moved Monday to coIJected in the next in
e help of a national firm that drive. r41..
its oval I governments as a .' ,';<; : ,; '

I'Iin: Washington) all I for the,government D.C giv- Georg<1' ,Roberts

a money but if everyody else y',,' '
s, UtI to reach into the pie then we b I'\t., 1, P
( to get a piece too,' said com- ,Housing: -i
ner Dave 'Ghuford in speaking A
f .fl\e commission. "And if you don \fev; < "' '!' .
ht somebody: up there who knows
h'IO get things done you're not go- Au oiJeftd

i'" fa iet any of It, I see other' places ; _

geRfitg' these grentg but bow many Bradford's County Commission r 4. _____ __ _
have we gotten In the last five ..uy
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"None." echoed the by finance Authority a a d'v 9' 4 '
other board reality ( five tiaa BSI, e

mq.nhers. members appointing board .. ,... ..., ,,
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Monday morning March '' '"" '" >jreJ''" '''' ;" <" Jl';'"
International Systems Inc. USD,of 19. ;
Atlanta is the firm that Built in 1888. the historic First Pre The old church was for .
contacted A- : Churcft. ntwly enlarged' but open lours Sunday by visitors aa the nevi ly remodeled ( '
County Clerk Gib Brown and will now Former, county commissioner perfectly matching the oW utructanr. .tcU 011 Be-senl Road just whet structure was dedicated In Sunday OI'IIIIII"'rvl'f" In the rear can beaten .. s. ,
be approached by the county. ISI dida George Roben;,of George Roberta it turns off SR-230 across from Uu Hr." unt, hospital the -"OW nursery and kindergarten clnMrooms, and In back of hut the new :
preliminary profile of Bradford Insurance Inc., was named chairman ," '' KellowithlD Hall and church offices. ."
County before offering its services of the authority for a four year term. .,d
saying it could help BC secure He represents commerce on the Capacity: CrQIJd'4. tends ':'
finances for the building of a new board that should include community Presbyterian; Church Dedication .

county jail a mental health building, representatives in commerce labor, h_ .. .
and. road paving among other county and finance, according: to the uver Z30: persons attendee' tpe ,
nee municipal bonds specialist who:are dedication Sunday of the relocated The Reverend William S. McAHiley The refreshment table in the
Shuford targeted the county jail as spear-heading (organization of the And enlarged sanctuary and -QeW of Carlisle, $..C., also a former pastorof library-conference room was draped
the, first project needing the federal l local lending group. fellowship hall and combination thecburch, led the Closing Pra ver. with a white linen cloth with lace edg
help "before they tell us we can't use 'puraery.kadergarten cl.liM 'room of R.v. McAlliley was pastor here from ing. A service-was: one
| It anymore. Commissioner Hazel tabor, will be represented by Ralph the First Presbyterian Church during early 1053 until September 1958. end: of the tale, a Spring bouquet uf
Paulk] said the need fora new mental-, Bryan, personnel manager at OuPont the 11 a.m. morning worship) service. A bounteous covered dish lunch was mums; carnations and baby's breath ,!:
health building was great too and local'realtor while Freeman Twenty minute of special prtt served at noon for some 290 membersand wax at the other end. The centerpiece t

i "They can't work: in what they'vegot Register Jn of Register Oil will. fill service music was [irsented by Mrs. iU SLt. Many visitors were was a cake decorated. In replica of,the i,
now," Mrs. Paulk said the finance slot Bryan is in for a two Hank Greene', Betsy Yaw, Susan Edwards welcomed( and Introduced .historic church ,t
If the firm does attract some year term, and' Register In for one and Joey items. Open house was hosted by the On display was a quilt made Iff 1928. '
Federal money into the Bradford. year terms were determined by the The Call.to Worship was given by church from'2-4 p.m: during which. by the women of the church-circle /'i :;'
County kitty it would charge $19,000 a !board members with a maximum of Dr Jack Hand, church; p lltor. more than' 100 more guests toured the upon which names of church ;.
year but If it doesn't produce it tour years: \ Others participating in the opening historic \sanctuary: and the new members were embroidered. Tor 2ft ; ,
wouldn't be due a cent, according to service of the dedication Sunday were bulidk ga, cents per name. .

sent by company Presidont.Toseph The Rev. Ed Albright associate- r.. ?
Halle from his Atlanta of- Marvin Rozier, owner of Rozier executive secretary of Suwannee BUS
I (ices... Monuments .a.-ad. a councilman, and Presbytery of Gainesville; Guy Andrews Hand Earns Third Superior Rating,
"It';doesn't matter to me if they do former mayor of Lawtey, and Charles chairman of the Building Com'mlttee.
| charge JIS.XMX' )," Shuford said after Flynn manager of Vogue Manufacturing and Mrs Martha Holijian rev ,-Out ether<<: board members hedged at that round out the five member ChristIan education consultant ate;; Bradford' .Hi gb,School Band under Cassia RIddick and Cathy
charge, "If they only get us $10,000 authority which will hold its first t Neptune Beach. Numerous letters of the direction of, Dean CasselS j and SchoentngrEleventh
I then |we' only pay them $10,000( andwe're meeting April 9 at 10 p.m.in the County \congratulations and well wishes were anistant: director Michael Woodfin graders: Paula Anderson,
| ho worse off than we are now." Commission meeting Room. Roder'is 'acknowledged by Dr. Hand tot the received straight 'superiors the BrendArmentrout, Guy DcSiu, t''' '
Th<3f board decided to invite Hale to in for a one year term while" Flynn! benefit of the congregation. Atghestpossible rating, front a panel. George Holiday Neil Rasmck, Marty 'r ''

j come 'to Bradford to discuss his service pledged,. a three year stint, The dedication service waa attended of qualified Judges.pa Ricks Roland Dirk Schmidt Betsy Yawn, 'sal-" :',i
I with the fee item ; by a capacity crowd in the Randolph; Vivian Bell SharI
county an for enlarg Saturday, March 10, they attended '
'j. Evans, Goodge
Terry Gilder
1 Jlscusslon, ed sanctuary and by 99! tttorv Cathy :
( ;: > the service from the vievMng district Florida Bandmasters Kevin Griffin, Beth Patray, Debby J_ ;
Fellowship HaH Association' band contest In
s RaUiff and Sherree Shlnn ,, i
'I !Vltwis a little bit of Via closed-circuit television \' l ;
ln;other action at Monday's special' < problem finding 'Gainesville. At) She University of Tenth '
Brian : :
graders: Bowman, Joy
I i commission' meeting; t people who wanted,to serve and 'The;sermon, "Being a Piece of Ute Florida, Carlton :y;'
Jeff Gowena
John Powell
.The board gave a tentative promise were qualified for the position so Bock," was 'preached by a former ,The ba'ndVai:' judged( In the areas of; Kevin Randolph Russell; Smith, 1
I 'to 'we're glad tot get these pastor; The Reverend ;:.performance and Mike
'BC Volunteer Fire Chief people Barry; *lghtr adingndwa.v Davis, Tammy Cohens Jeff Moore. ?
Hal1'Y ;Green to budget extra fire' i, Roberts said ;at Tuesday's county; VanDeveater+ : now executivesecretary" honored' with ,,uperlom! In Cindy: Norman: and Regina Rasnlck.
I ?. meeting., "They know it's of the Charleston. SC. J JltrlOttf" each-.- {:there '
department money next year to aid going to involve ,) ? categories. The bandwtltdow :Ninth graders: Bryan Clark, Tina ,
I I(the station.creation of a New River volunteer: working.some" hours" .and some nights ordained Presbytery In*,Rev.the First Van D.wenter Presbyterian.was progress. to the state level of.comjwtitton. Collier, WynetleJoiner, Resale Len- i
non; Cathy Martin. Tina Ratliff
"We don't want any money right Church of Starke in ivsa and served as Chi ( Jrene spent 23 bears sea The following students participated Dianne Rowe, Tammy Starling,,
Iftowfc" just wanted everybody to The Housing Authority was created pastor here until 1S61. Property for pajn ng this chandelier whlcb hang b> tho coiitesl.: Twelfth graders: Lea Richard Trainor David Brcsee, Mike
I Understand what was going on and earlier in March by the BC Commission. the relocation of the'church was ptlr'chased IiI( (he'.f enter'of the remodeled sane Felton,Nelson Green Horace Griffin, Parts Bruce Johns Tommy Powell.
I tell you we will be asking for a little The idea was first officially during Rev. y npeyentePKpastorage : { .tual-ri Made/tut, 1874, before, the Jameii Hudson Roddrick lleastie, Ben Tankard Greg Thornton John 4
more money next year about $1,050.:,I discussed in January as a way to help here. ,ibwrfh; warn built,,U..: ch ndeller,topMzerl ,Lynn Johns, Mike Hicks, Jon Sapp Wilson Herbert Hawkins JohnShuford.
moire; than this year," Green told the medium-income persons afford to Dr.Jland led the dedicationaeTvice'in .. : by church ..Mike., Futch Debby Harper Carol Eddie Speed and '
J board, 'build, homes' l IQ. Bradford. tJCloated.j which the congregation, par- :.. > '.;:w'. .... "members! .. Hayes, :Melanie Morris Patty Wallace., Nancy f. \
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from page one .>. I 1F I I Let Solve \
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to the eating area for the Rotary; New I'AR/INQ ': .;' "
I Club members and guests. .' 1 I *,' '' : *,*:
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; w : k, ,. v SR-m,.. .3-miles'; SR'233t miles; 10r
*!s'// I .' LV. ',..'rEyyPARKING, .,," : ; !' ., ::'$R-22'' ;'.2t, roilesi' SR-223 3.2 miles; .

Wednesday, March 28, is also ,'I'I \ ..r I IiWRtooAf .0,1.\ miles; &R-ZOeB, I.t.." ;:,-. "LL'tOWNED.OPEA"no
I Senior Citizen's Day, during, which aU I nl! 'f4 h N Y ." t' .- --Kiilesny!;; >R-231, y; nlles; Sfl-237, Z.4 ,) SALES A Mflvice .
( Senior Citizens (anyone' 55 or overt t 3" ""-. | > /tnile} ;fBR-22S. 1 mtlei ''SR-21A l.JI '. COMMERCIAL, a RESIDENTIAL
I qualifies) are admitted free of charge / I .' .TlCKtT BOOTH ""'f ,/ iJes"SR-2.1i; 1.9males'SR-2SA; ,l.tt '.j, C I

I for the day. I ENiR. N : )'., '>1" .. I i .milfs, ands2MA, Iroile. '" ,:: 064-5294 98A i
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The annual Swine Show is set for '- : k: of
I Wednesday night, March 28, at 7 p.m.. I I .' t ',, ;. .' \ 'a kt I' I J '' '. '' j Some 60 entries' are expected from II ,,Si '. : ,J : I j --; in the';Bradford;:County secondary
4-H and 'I ''' a : .. -' I!' '' road nindi ,
among qualified FFA 0, <; v kept by DOT had reached "
I members who attend Bradford or l'- f I 1'1 s:, ... .-, t: "; ''j $ ,(t'1'Itat'was: when the county ''':. .
i Union County schools, approximately *' .1' ( 'l\\11 :: '". j' on'dusted'ot! its'' 1969,road !
th : \ J.:2J1 .
Its more than last year. The Swine},.; "'i ; ; ,, t;it.' paving priority ,Ifot. Engineering:: i
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Sale will take place at 7 p.m. Thursf. "> ." r <:lIE .. r.., "' J, work way done'on the Pleasant Grove "G', A C. ASH. R EFUND
|day, March 29. [ >i t-!" I .: \' < .'. ', 1 .. church Bond: the .Crawford Settle- '
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!' I Ii Hs In : 1"j 'went Hw d;?;; nd2.8 miles of the Laura "
The Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA' ,,}:." '}+ "; ;:t Ai 4r'.!: a' :; -I" f .. .. >',fhnrchs; : ;Road Pleasant '
I t.1 S'5' *: I ,; ,' fie' :; lollowedgat !CTFROJMF "
Steer Show is set for Friday, March : ; : ; r/I I Grovelnoa.f1 a -cost: of I.
JM: at 7:30: p.m. Some 34 entries are1. i,,. f i .t'1"' :;"J("<'" ''I' I : -" "' : ,,. "' I II
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)(pected.J in the steer show, 7 J: '.; ,
morejlThan S 'd ,
last year. The Steer Sale will beheld rl. ;* J i ."l k tr.Is1, .. .j." \\, ': '. i ))1 1111' GENERAL "
Then.CBtwe: oK.isecondary C.
{ at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 31*r 'lfI', .'I'I lI I t'. g c .. .. 1,(" 1 ..,' ;:,.;',:.g II.fi r. .... '.; "';;roada to:' the county fnpreparation ."
Ii. a '" ,for,
ra \I turning five state
Another highlight of the fair will be ',( 'Ir} b .. t:. .. J :(r ,11-' rr f roads' Sa-200A, from US-301: SR223the ) .YOU:,r.oN'-OR: MODERNIZE' YOUR PRESENT
Ihe appearance of 1979 Miss America,, .. I / old t.tos ,WARM
Kylene Barker, at? Wednesday ,: i '. ; ': I ::
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.:" rF'Y; 'I! Sit-225, andSR-18 back to the "
March 28, and again on Thursday* 4'./ '\ r : i county ttwDOT romised to put them ; t,
March 29, at I p.m. \ ,', '$ OI.O'AAlCtNO'; I'-; : '" ': :' into firstclass, condition. But the ISPS" )
\ Ronald McDonald will at I -" .' d.": .', ") ,,1'
appear "JI'( repavin project were paid for from
ihe fair Friday March 29, from 2 t6 4 :;1 ;'r;;' Yr J.'ry ,i#; r.;:- f" s It ;: Bra
.m. q.''A I "''. FAIIMlfffl MU TIJAL ', ;.. M.r.:..I';j;,,:," ;<.o't.! ,, ;+. .1'j th'll1n$; I>Xi07ti00,' 2GREATWJI1TO:" S

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midwaY'will ,:
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U>e on sale at the Chamber of Com"a",,1{ II.I i ", '' ; ... : -. the "OOcrre"pa vl"'serles'plU 1 I $' ," '
fierce office at 'the corner ., I. 'M I., "ARURUIAfffSTlqi.fl.k. / : .J z't.p',:.f,, a ..?:"mllcs t $:l3 Jt..cO Cloverpawrkge .r,2a'+.; ."- ; s : .'M'E'GET$7AS.
JvalnufSt/ and Madison( St. at four fort f ENTER t\ t t' of leuazit ',, .
until 5 p.m. Tuesday, March 27. I I used .up/theS25.ooo; balance and ,
Midway tTickets bought at the '1\.I I_ \ 'I: { at'oadfundshavghee4near! :$io fairgrounds will be ':80 cents each. -- -' < / ,
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'Icketsare also availabl 'llt Bradford I. :-'; ,7',1rr : 'A;* :' \ ; !I: .' lIuer/2'.rYr: cverrat/c; / r. v" "

School, Union County High'
cool and at, Homer Hart Moonlight ..: ;
Enterprise';, (loca ted on the Bradford- .New hog clearance'Kuboa: ( .t, ;a 'ss-bpK: : ti ar+c t -

nion County line) '.... : ," ':if" ; with:Qnset blgh.c1earal'lCe' :, Tlr'76-pNTH, MOO- ON
diesel tractor for, row-crop, : .. f T design .v !
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The midway will open each day at > 1 WR 2,?> AND 1i 3%,
cultivation It' ''1 '
IOn /
4 AND 5 "
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Admission to fairgrounds is SO ",' ,. .. Dlantpowar&: pmfonnapc tiIt' :
Vnts again this year. A 4-day pass'n -'r ''N..r.r1IIbc.l1a hmAo..nd r (
be purchased for $2 Persons who
Uve already bought a ft Fair ? '% "', N cslovikwdeetgn.dfor" '. r't, )
High-mcl lia.etrtir.Mod.l .
aoclation membership can get a'ay 't highk4sreneowork: icy Ikgh-sHkl.ntyErotwlreModd. .
pass for an additional dollar' <' *, ti 4; al: a Hfoeidzr.vwxspsedr WH'hltr1'"H atPumpAv C-ttJ""! Air CondttlosMq
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3-tp.04. leer PTO flNluyOlft..1CI..I3.'o red KMnttnttml M_...ol
,, *, Front nglinPTO .M% fOM"...d'0 o,d,....,.detrnlt GE ctntrd*r conditioning A..li1.0I.any
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I Close to 100 booths will be set up this i ..8, i ,. pr. : .''()o_"'!< e .ndenthydrauksiAsm" heat.'1"n .d"p.9. era_you ..... c_,tI..om 70.000 to M.OOO Sru>l
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Rsahydrauk: if4 Awa0OeYJt
Please refer to the Fair booklet thai $ pant Mkh 'l/stem.uWgoly. .
enclosed In thin week's edition of ; J ; .
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-e Bradford ,County Telegraph for. Mid jM'Wd'raulluYSlem! Get'Whoie house
roe$ and for entnes to be ., ( :.Ji;::;';: .f coiifortwithGenorat
ade and,also times for judging. .;; ( tt1 V". '
,... r.,' M oiler U45HC. .bwas $61"9 5 Electric central air? conditioning or a GE Weatherttqn* j
J y ?, -" {1'.' Z;;. '. 'i': ;\ Haat,, Pump.that; ) heats, in winter! A new Bradford Countytrawberry .\ ( \\,", : I' fcash
iueen \ )tt1; "", $' Refund; Zflreat
will! be chosen Saturday night ., '1\ way? to comfortaM q
parch 24; from among 17 hopefuls. Tnt suave '.. '\d'lljPh!,: ,'i on b7' 4506 'An'etc; ,. $100onGE'. beset" .
[fie'newly selected queen will reignet r31.'I. a Kubota tractor'i : .; 'i' i ;' ',' "
the 29th) fair. ,today .*f ,.', '.'."'L':3'' : 1,. 2+5825 CAUTOOAVr-ORAFAEIHOME'SUAVEY&EST1'MTt: ; ,ti ,

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Starke Woman's Club Madison Street,

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Has 1950 Era ProgramA Banquet For

; A program in the 1930 era was given Senior AdultsThe I
the Starke Woman's Club luncheon-

meeting on Wednesday, March 14 at 'rlt senior adults of Madison Street
the club house. Baptist Church were honored with a
I Mrs. W.H. Thomson, program Gilbert spring banquet on Saturday,March 17
chairman, Introduced in the Fellowship Hall where the StPatricks I
j Goldwlre, emcee, 'who presented Jim
iux ; Day theme was carried out.
Ritch who entertained the with
group table
Each was decorated with
singing, accompanied on hAt ukelele I green leprechauns and shamrocks.
with selections the 1930's.( The
At the center back of the room was a
group was led in,the byteMrs.the old rainbow with a pot-of-gold. There
songs accompanied L.A. were other decorations at various
Canpva. Mrs Bill Powell gave a .
points of Interest in the room.A
demonstration .of the Charleston' ,
meal of chicken
pilau,golden pennies
dressed In appropriate dress of
garden deviled hot
peas eggs
that and Mrs.John W Griffin
era concluded
rolls and
tea were served. Green jeilo
the program with a renditionof and cake decorated with .
"It's Sin green -- ---- -
to Tell Lie" \ --
a a Joined by ------ shamrocks was served for dessert.
the group. Cynthia Csneva Bill George, Minister of Music led Tamara Etherldge
President Mrs Curtis. Sanders announced In variety of Irish Pastor
the meeting in April will fall CanovaMcRaeWedding SwarU served as M.C.songs and hosted Tamara Etheridge
on Holy Week of Prayer and memberswill ,
three couples, Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
attend the prayer service at the Date Set Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawson
First Baptist Church from 13 to 1 p.m. and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Sessions in Mark Mosley
and return to the-club) house at 1 For ,
12 playing the Newly Wed
o'clock for Saturday, May game.
:::-- "_ .... meeting. the regular i monthly Rev. O. D. Moore of Keystone Plan June Wedding
Mr and Heights former Interim pastor led in
: Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Norman The following nominating committee Mrs George Alderman devotion.
was appointed.,MrsJDouglat Hardy Canova of Kingsley Lake'announce a Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Etheridge of
Debora Jordan chairman Mrs..Olin White Mrs. .'the approaching marriage of their Approximately afternoon. 50 people enjoyedthe Hampton announce the engagementof
Ann and Wayne Norman Thelma Jennings, Mrs.. Guy Sale. and daughter, Cynthia LouAnn to their daughter. Tamara to Mark
Mrs. James Griffin/:. William Michael McRae, son 'oiMr. Mosley, son of Mr and Mrs. Lloyd
f Wed Feb. 17 At Hellbronn Springs Mrs. Hall announced the upcoming and Mrs. Donald Michael McRae of Dora Trlest Mosley of Starke.
Strawberry Festival to be presented< Starke. Tamara and Mark are both seniorsat
Saturday, March M at 8 p.m. at the The wedding date has been set for Lonnie Bradford High School.A .
= fc Mr. and Mrs. M.M. Jordan of The bride's book table held a single BHS auditorium. and urged all Saturday May 12, at 11 o'clock In the Broome June wedding Is planned.
::: J awteyannouncetheweddingottheir wedding candle. members to attend. morning in the garden of the Canova
== daughter, Debra Ann, to Wayne Nor- The bride's table was covered witha The luncheon tables were decoratedin home on Kingsley Lake. To Wed March 24
:E: Juan, son of Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Norman white lace cloth and centered with a the St. Patrick's Day theme with The brlde-elect Is a graduate of Hospital AuxiliaryTo
-=-- of Starke. wedding cake. Mrs. Margaret Ben- shamrocks centered with a penny Bradford High School and is atten- Miss Dora
Triest and Lonnie
t -,: Rev. Don Denton performed the nett cut the cake and Janet Jordan placed at each setting. A beautiful ding Santa Fe Community College in Broome will be united marriage' Meet Monday NightThe
2;: nuptials on Saturday, Feb. 17. at 4 assisted In serving. spring floral arrangement centeredthe Gainesville.Mr. .
:- p.mr in the Hellbronn Springs Baptist The bride and groom are both head table.A corned beef and cab- McRae la a graduate of St. Saturday, March 24, at Theressa 7:30 p.m. in
Hope Church witha
.- Church.LI graduates of Bradford High School. bage luncheon was served. Johns Country Day School and the Baptist Bradford County Hospital Aux-
reception following In the Educa.
: Highlighting the altar were two She graduated in 1976 and he University of Florida. He Is presently tional iliary will have a Dutch treat dinner
baskets of flowers In shades of pink graduated in 1073. employed in the Bradford County friends building.All and relatives and meeting Monday night March 26
rr and burgundy and a branched The bride is a secretary for Florida School System. are Invitedto at 7 p.m. at the Western Steer Steak
-;:..Candelabra with burning tapers. Times Union in Starke. ADK Alpha Gamma All friends and relatives of the couple attend. House.'We'll.
s: Mrs. Shirley Mobley presented a Mr. Norman Is produce manager at are cordially Invited to attend the
agrogram of nuptial music. Norman's Country in Gainesville. Met March 12 wedding and reception following the L
:: ; Roger Bennett served as best man. .
f F Sandra Blom attended as honor at- ceremony take
:rlendant and wore a 'princess style Family Dinner Party Alpha Gamma chapter of Alpha 1 ,,
':gown; in a deep shade of burgundy Delta Kappa made St. Patrick's Day
cwith' puffed sleeves. She wore a cor- Honors Engaged CoupleMr. cards for the district two>> meeting Beverly Meng, '
:rs&ge of carnations. held in Jacksonville on that date at i 4! all the time
:: their meeting Monday night, March
GiVen In marriage by her father, and Mrs George A. Canova David Wanner
:.:uje bride wore a white satin and lace entertained at dinner 12.President
a family party
:-gown with, empress neckline with last Thursday evening at their home Sandra Duncan presidedover plan fcZ&sflfe needed to do
the meeting which was held in
jftjeer; lace and long bell bottom their May Wedding
on Kingsley honoring
Pariah House. Lucille Henry W.
sleeves edged with lace. Her veil of ndyLake the Episcopal f
her fiance
daughter Billy
Sbe sheer carried illusion a was bouquet secured of red by a roses cap. McRae to reveal the plans for their Payne Prior gave to the the meeting devotional.a St. Patrick'sDay Mr. and Mrs. Paul I. Meng of the, job right"We :'

with baby's breath trimmed with forthcoming wedding. theme was used by hostesses Hampton Lake announce the engagement
Those invited to share in this
occa of
and approaching marriage
white satin streamers. Marilyn Vellenga, Mary Agnes
A reception was held in the church lion were the members of the Im Ferguson and Muriel Gay for their daughter Beverly Jean to David ask the right questions. We dig for every '
mediate families the
.' including refreshments and table decorations. ,. Wanner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
HallflerUso grandparents of the ,couple: Mrs. honest deduction and credit. We take ,
:':1 t tche, of Orlando. the
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Honored at BrunchMiss March 25 At Rehearsal Dinner Eastern Star reason why, H&R Block should do

Denise Winkler, whose mar- Supper March your taxes. .whichever form you use, short
riage to Bill Adams was an event of At Highland Baptist Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Adams gave a long.
Saturday night, was honored with a dinner party Friday: night, March 16, H&R BLOCK:
brunch Saturday, March 17 at the Homecoming March 25 Highland at Turkey Creek Golf and Racquet
Garden Restaurant. Church.Dinner- ; Club In Gainesville for their son, Bill, Starke chapter 224, Order of the
Hostesses were Ms. Robin Akers, Baptist singing by the Frampton p.m.Family Special of and fiancee, Denise Winkler, follow Eastern Star,will have a covered dish THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE
Ms. Ellen Bloodworth Mrs. JF. Starke.. ing the couple's wedding rehearsal.The supper Saturday, March 24, at 7 p.m. 627 S. Water St.
Bloodworth, Mrs. Donald E. Carter in the Masonic Hall
Mrs. S.L. Peek, Jr., Miss Debbie eight dining tables were Ail Masons and their families are Hwy 100 Starke, Fla .
Spejigler, Mrs. V.J. Spengler Mrs. 1973 UCHS ReunionTo centered with spring flowers and invited to attend. 8648286Apeolntmntt
John Torode, Mrs. Robert Underhill4nd candles. Avllltb/t
Mrs. J.D. Warren. Be Held Bridal place cards marked the
The U-shaped table was decorated seating arrangement for the 48 guests
with garlands of fern interspersed which Included the immediate
with spring flowers and the head table Anyone interested in helping with families, attendants and out-of-town
was centered with a Hallmark bridal. the planning of a 1973 Union County guests.
arrangement. High School class reunion should contact
The hostesses presented Miss Joyce CadeU Polhill at 496-3298 or Miss Winkler and Mr. Adams
Wfnkler'' with a silver tray as a Janet whitehead Jordan at 496-2191 presented personal gifts to their at-
momento of the occasion. after S p.m. daily tendants during the dinner.
The forty guests included the OnI7
tronoree's mother, Mrs. Warren
Winkler and the mother of the prospective DWIGHT LATER'S A1
groom, Mrs. H.H. Adams. -
Outpf-town: guests were Mrs. Ronda '

Maseman nipseed. Jr.and, of Orlando Mrs. Richard, Mrs. James Tur- Food & So at .
F..=Butts of LaGrange, Ga., Mrs. Open US.301 S. SixI .
William A. Gudenrath of Cleveland, T A.M. 12 P.M. & Walnut St
Tenn., Mrs. Stephen Crosby 'of I
Jacksonville, Mrs. Rodney Crosby of '
Tallahassee, Mrs. J.M. Vickers of
Brunswick, Ga., Miss Janice Vickers MOTOR OIL PEPSI Month
Arlington, Va., Mrs. JohnH.. 1" 2' v
Anderson of Fort Lauderdale, Mrs. 3 ats; 16 OZ. .$t Tax&Dep.)

Richard Turnipseed of East Point, l Plus Tax 8 Pk. .
Gar.=Mrs. Ben Turnipseed and Mrs. .
Eeslje; Biggs of Dunwoody, Ga., Mrs. BEER '
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Rowe of Lake Mary, Miss Valerie $ 'Case
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J. T. Tompkins t V i VIII 'r p.1\kI"' 1h .

w + fbt1 Mr.and Mn.Henry StofendU spent
March 25 the weekend with their daughter and
family, Mr. and Mrs. James Blgga at
Atlantic 8 ach.
Friends of Rev. and Mrs.J.T.Tompkins l

y1r .r r will be honoring home an t Mrs Ella Lyies' of Jacksonville wasH
open house at their 101 N. Thursday to Tuesday guest of Mrs. J.
Epperson St. SUrke from 4-5:30 p.m. .
Sunday March 25. PftsJdsj.Buy
All friends are cordially Invited. Your Fresh Bulk
The Tompkins have served the Vegetable, Seeds Now at tl"
Methodist churches this area for Rotter's Nursery JLLJ
many years. Ht..Walnut, "arka ;:
..... _.., V44-4214 -"- .-- -
Terry Burdette
Handbell Choir to Perform Sunday at Pint Methodic,t Mrs. James Barron returned Tuesday Marry McRae
from North Florida Regional
BIRTHS Hospital where she underwent foot
The Bells of Southern the handbell choir of Florida Southern College, surgery.Mr. Terry Burdette
--. Lakeland,will present a special minute musical program at the First United
Darlene Griff Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dobbins of Method! Church this Sunday.March 25, at the It a.m. worship service and Mn. Curtis Sanders have Murry McRae
Starke announce the birth of a ton The public Is Invited U> attend,;,, purchased the W. H. Nollman house iToWedMay6

Darlene Griffis Aaron Frederick bomMarch 9 In ._. _. ,_,!!:....:.. ,...,.L.....-........ __' -.__'._.. .. ."._ _..__ and property on the corner of Adkins ;
: >>Ii '' ''ff.I'i'I'7. \ :,'
Alachua General Hospital. .u '
"",, ,, ,. ,' ; and Cherry street
"Cris' "
Gary Underhill r : Travis E. Burdette of
', Spring Sal..t !. Mr. and Mrs.
Joey and Donna Branson of Starke 11''i.II''''. tall's Tallahassee announce the engagement '
To Wed June 1 announce the birth of a daughter, ftwii'. MiAt Dr.hopho..64e06l of their daughter, Terry to
Justis Dawn born March 6 in St. Vin Murry McRae, both of Tallahassee.
cent's Hospital. .: J 1U. Coli St Murry ia the son of Mr. and Mrs. M.
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Griffls of Maternal grandparents are Ralph Stork. M. McRae of Starke.
Starke announce the engagement of Bryan of Starke and Margaret Martinof The bride-elect Is a graduate of
their daughter Cynthia Darlene to Jacksonville. Paternal grandparents .' Florida State University and works
Gary Leon Underhill, son of Mr. and are Mr. and Mrs.Jesse Bran- ...'" I \ Mrs. Clyde Sinclair has returned for the Decatur County, Georgia
Mrs. Reginald Underbill of Kingsley son of Starke. Great grandparentsare after 10 days visit with Mrs. N. K. School Board. "
Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Williams of Hurst in Homosassa. Mr.McRae is a graduate of FSU
The wedding will take place June 1 Starke. .t p and works for the Decatur School
at 8 p.m. at Grace Baptist Church i, j} i f fr Those from Starke attending the Board also.A .
with a reception following in the wedding of Miss Beverly Eggers and May 6 wedding at Wakulla Spr
church Fellowship Hall David Myers March 9 In Jacksonvillewere ings is planned. ,
All friends and relatives are invitedto I ,.".../ : Mr and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp
attend. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Norman, Mr. andMrs.
Mr and Mrs. Garl Mathews and Mrs. Joe Allen Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. Retired Teachers J
L. N. Pickering were in Hilliard Sun- '1 Tullie Norman and Mrs. Helen Sapp
SAPP REUNION day to attend the retirement dinner ,,, and families. Miss Eggers is the Have Several '.
for Homer Lewis, who has retired daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Barney Eg
The decendants of the late Leonardand from Humphreys Mining Co. after 40 gers of Starke. March
Susan Sapp will have their annual years service ,and Mrs. Lewis. -- 9 Speakers 15

family reunion Sunday, April I,at the Incoming and outgoing officers of the Bradford-Union Retired- Teachers Buy Your Fresh Bulk
Center A Buy Your Fresh Bulk Bradford-Union Retired Teachers
Lake Butler Community organization pose for a group shot. Vegetable Seeds Now atRosier's
picnic lunch will be at 1 p.m. Vegetable.Seeds Now a.Rosier' I-eft to right are: Incoming president Miss Kathyrne Epperson vice president Nursery Association had several speakers at
All friends and relatives are invitedto Nursery Mrs. Merle Norman; outgoing president. Mrs. Leona Royal; Incoming 301 S.Walnut,Stark their meeting Thursday March'16which MethodistChurch
301 S. Walnut Starke the First
attend. ,Mrs. Jeannett treasurer, Faulkner met in
secretary Brown Mrs Mary ; and outgoing 964 4214
In Lake Butler.
secretary Mrs. Mona Canova.
The executive board met at 10:30:
-- -
a.m.; covered dish luncheon at 12
noon and program at 12:30 p.m. The
meeting was presided over by the
t -1tt.e- Mrs. Julius Royal.
30"MAGIC Hostesses were Mrs. Katheryn Ep
person, chairman, Georgia Watson
# Blanche Howard Marie Johns antiMyrtle .
Sweat, all of Lake Butler. .
New .member Blanche Brown of .
CHEFTRADE Lake Butler, was welcomed to the
q. 'club.
Special] guests were Manuel
Turner R.T.A. Insurance Consultant -
for this area and Mn. Robert
t drt lil Walker Legislation and Insurance
consultant from Lake Butler.
Mrs. Grace Adams steven
itt We Are Offering Specialist in Program Building and

THAT Membership Promotion from Gaines-
ville spoke on pre-retirement planning
These Fair with four types of money needed:
0 H 0 Super
@ @@I OLD 1. Emergency fund,2. Basic living expense
fund 3. Investment, 4. Estate.

=_ Specials..ComeBy She suggested to everyone to have a
; RANGE will drawn up with the cooperation of

I 'i :,!IIIIIIIII I, i Our Star 'S JRPJiy \ the children. Urged members. to take. .

..- qrt..l[.. \..".. -,.'""., .I".....:-. .....:,'," MOir 1 -. -, ,care ot their own In families/tt ntirslrtg and home.notplace'the1'elderly .

; II I Our Booth At The Fair She explained the Silver Haired
1 1II Legislature will meet in.Tallahasseein
Price July, 1979.F.R.T.A. .
: MODEL TFF19DW -Only Avocado is supporting Joan Hunter
''i c II Starts At who has qualifications for Legislative
_. I:;, 180 cu. ft. No-Frost Refrigerator-Freezer Representative for the elderly and
programs she will support. Voting
Model :ueW-1
6 54 cu. ft freezer will take place March 30 at the.

Even includes Ice maker I II I M0gicChef. $2S995 regular voting places.
Philip Taranto, association administrator -:
=_ Juice can dispenser .,- Big 29-inch oven Closed- to N.Rr.A..A.A.R.P. from
door broiling Lift-up Pinellas Park, compared Colonial-
',' Energy saver switch In normal position helps removable top WIT.ra d e Penn policies with Blue Cross and explained

; =' = cut operating cost Low-beat oven benefits from different
:_ i control And policies available. He cautioned
4 adjustable shelves more. against being over insured or having
I r ah W/Trade over-lapping policies.

_" The nominating committee
Reg. '769 reported the new slate of officers for

GET READY FOR SUMMER COOKING 1979-80: president, Mrs. Katherine
Epperson of Lake Butler: vice-
SAVE '20000 $56900 president, Mrs. A. Russell Norman of

6 Starke;'secretary, Jeannette Brownof
tllliltilttlliitlIitIi !t Lake Butler; treasurer, Miss Mary
EMBE.AATIC' Faulkner of Lake Butler. The new officers .
,., will be installed May 17 by Mrs.
J Georgia Watson in the Starke school
< FREEZER board room of the Administration
/ i QABGRILL ARKL.A building at 10:30: a.m. at a covered
BONUS I dish meeting.
The World's LargestManufacturer An outing is planned to St Simon's

SALE of Gas Grills Island on April 26. leaving from the
Florida Bank at Starke parking lot at
8 a.m. Mrs. Russell Norman is chair
man. Members will be contacted by a ,
9W phone committee as to details and !
$33800 Extra high hood- : : transportation the preceding week.
ONLY designed; to accommodate tr
roast*. turkeys
'v' if, and high container ,i.:

$0 ''Big 16cu.-ft. Heavy!, duty construction 7X J YoJw j il

.i IIp" -solid car
$ aluminum for no- 0 Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Mrs. Guy Sale/:
50 rust year round UM and Mrs. Carl Sapp attended the;
funeral of a cousin, Mrs. Front
Bradley Harris in Jacksonville lasE
.j '

DIRECT FROM THE OVEN CLEANS. ITSELF! $9995 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Eggers of
Huntsville, Ala. returned home last
GENERAL ELECTRIC Automatic P-7* Ovan clean Wednesday after a weeks visit wits
ingsretom.lsctricellycieeneEntir.or.ne their brother and sister-in-law Mri :
with the retail purchase of selected and Mrs. B. J. Eggers. They also )

models of GE washers, dryers, Ovon shelve visited Cape Canaveral on Sunday t ; I
Inner door
and dishwashers between .f'
-8uriaceunitrenectorpensi, Iprllt h" :;
March 19 to May 20, 1979. etUlla'iDrettSkop f.i
.Otnj-piece upswept cooktop I.

i YOU BUYCHECK Ph Plug-Iq Calrod Surface '
111.. :
Ci Units Celli.
with removable trim ,
J rings 349 OUR Stark. t.Friends' :. 'I' '

._ 0 /Infinite rotary controls for '
I 01 -.__. George Anderson r
; precise heat selection LOWLOWPRICE'S will regret to '
I near she fell at home" r
Monday afternoon and broke tier left
_=: W/ Trade Wrist. Her
brother. R. Li-Epperson o-!
Model StPetersburg? ta returning' home to '

day.Thursday, after a weeks"Isit. : .-

Stewart Beckett Jr. of South.:".
Glas oary, Conn. will be '-
T Sawyer.: -SladeAppliance :: : overnight guest of his father Mr;
: Beckett, Sr, while enroute ot New
York where he will,take six weeks'Spring .":
training Word poelUon with Pall
American Airways.
Center :
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. Suwannee r V alley
f'ERSONALs. : .4 lI
Science Fair I
S Mr. and MIL State Ret*** and
:, 'f&af' CMUy of the UotrenMy of March 2 r .23 m *
:voutb Florida are horn on a weeks

Spring break. The Suwamwe Valley Regional 9flI&I
Sdwoe Pair will be held at Lake
Mr. City
;; and Mn, J. a Moocrtef spentweefatMl
the la indtatlanttc Via fng D.Community College March 21. a. and '
r daofMer and fatally Mr. and S
'fcft*. >R. W Wrt coua&ea High. School students from nine
will enter exhibit& of scientific -
.1IoI.d.-. problems they have investigated
..; a music major at .e.nw
and attempted to solve.
on springBuy
Union teacherfor
County High School
freai 29 year Mrs. Marl. Woodley is.
the director of the 1979 fair. She ex-
Your fresh Bulk pects exhibits from Hamilton,Columbia -
Vegetable Sodt Now at Baker, Suwannea, Union, Brad.fort. .
Roller* Nursery Lafayette, Gllchrist, Levy and
301 S.Walnut. Stark Dixie counties.
i M4-4214 The exhibits will be open to the

'f'. r Mr. 'and Mrs. W.S, Haas had as public Thursday, March 22, from 7-9
Saturday overnight guests Libby p.m. in Howard Gymnasium. Awards
Kossler, Nancy Lewis Cheryl will be presented In the gym Friday,
',4 Graham Nancy Bogart Laura.Sea- March 23 at noon. A talent. search
and .ii will be. going on in the Student Union
>r; ::grist Linda Haas; of Tampa.
', ;. Building conference room Thursday,
\ '" We not only lots
; I .' r March 22, from 8 a.m. to S p.m.
.,,''. {P"8' Entries will be Judged on creativity
Ulla't choose from
scientific know-how, thoroughness we
,I '.1' ,
Droif Shop Skill clarity and dramatic value. The
a Phono" M440SIiu exhibita visual of them on sale
'' *' are expressions have i.f
i.c nsi.,, '. scientific problems students have in-
? ''''''1'.'' i vesllgated. Winners will be eligible

for state competition later this year. .
,7"Rev.. W. S, McAllUey,of'Caclale Last year participants took four national ,. ; We.
-: .C. was Saturday overnight guest ej awards in the 1978 National Polyester 'i t.
,Mr.and Mn. Gilbert Goldwire and attended Science Fair. '
the First Presbyterian church y Doubleknits I 7
.. dedication, ,... .. r -
"* Mi I and Sgt. Johnnie Covington ,'
Mrs Jimmy Rowe, and Trains In Cold Weather 58/60" Wide
family of Sanford spent the weekend r

with his parents,Mr.,and Mrs.Robert Sgt. Johnnie C. Covin on. Jr., of
Starke is a member of the 197th In- Here's your chance to stock up on

Mr. and Mrs. Winfred. Hazen of fantry Brigade in cold which'weather recently participated at versatile 100% Polyester dou leknlt,
I CatnesvWe. were Sunday guests of Fort Drum, N.Y. training 58/60" wide. A wide array to choose from.
] Mr. and Mrs. M.F.Hazen. Perfect for coordinates and morel
The brigade traveled by air to Fort
Mr. and Mrj. Domingo DeSantiago Drum from Fort Benning Ga., while
I *f Columbus,.Ga.have moved to the the vehicles and equipment were carried h A
Country Club Estates. by rail.
I His parents Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie
.* Buy Your Fresh Bulk C. Covington. Sr;, live in Starke.
I" Vegetable Stads Now at He is a radar operator with the. ...
.j., Rosters Nursery 'brigade at Fort Benning. Covington a
,:,. O' $.,Walnut "Starke 1975 graduate of Bradford County Butterfly
.." M+4214 High School, entered ,the. Army in CIO
.... August 1979.PERSONALS. ::
Mr. and Mr J. 8.: Copeland and Lining S U j

.-Mr.-' and Mrs. George Copeland of .', ... .
-.Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Ottla 45" Wide
-IMcCalters" of,Live OabLwere Sunday! : Reg'lining
"-afternoon(visitors nof Mrs;' Cnnie Mi1. and Mrs.:'Gary'Vltt'of Boca Why rnore?.100$ %Pptyester '
Woods and Mr. and Mrs.: Nealy Mc- Raton spent the .weekend with her 44/45" wide Is crease 1 59 Yd.
jqonnell..Jrj; .' '( ,;< y f parents, Mr and' Mrs. George. resistant and adds a fabulous.
Copeland. Mrs. Witt recently y final touch to your outfits.
\ :- Mr and Mrs. L''c. Early spent last graduated from Florida Atlantic
"'Wednesday to Friday,with Mrs: andMrs. university with honors. S, t.

( Amos. Sanford In.Tavares. '
-v Mrs Howard Brown of Athens Ga.
\ Among those attending the Florida spending several weeks with her
I ', National Guard,Officers Conference son and family Mr. and Mrs. Paul G.
Jin Tallahassee Friday to Sunday Brown.
I ":.were; ,Mr. ,and Mrs. Lossie Hughs.Mr
\, '=, and Mn. James Locke; Mr. anJMrs. Mrs. W. B.Sewetl and Mrs. Edward Interlock PlainsThis
John Mohr, Mr. :and Mrs: A, J Burns of Jacksonville, former Starke
Eaves and daughter,Andrea, Mr.and residents, spent the weekend In
,Mrs.Guy Gonzalez Mr.and Mrs.Don Starke.visiting friends. Mrs. Sewell
i Rardon; Mr.: and Mr*."J'':: E, Rleske, was guest of Mrs. T.T. Long and Mrs. 100% Polyester fabric features the> Visa

'Mr.;htrarTowiuwpnd. and Mrs. Wayne Strickland Jordan,i\,J.lr Mr.. .and and Burns was guest, of' Mrs. Joe Wilson.. -. '>ityr
Mrs. L3rcok3: araway< Mr and Mrs. asGeorg\ W': ;?'wash Mokes.clothe static; ft... 'S8'V60" wide.Surfline ."" >.' ,,4
.. ... ,.,, J < : 3flUed.andMrs.JoM.: ** .
"r \ ..Wayne.'Aark(!,B:vL.t,Holtsendtirr *JI1 r C; thoun attended" the tot Shamrock5Invitational ; ye --.. ;Polyester r- ; ,rl '-- ""
Ed Cole: Thad Smith, James Blood- Golf Tournament at the '
worth, John Taylor, David.,.Bennett Capital, City Country Club In -1'37'
and Otto Siemer..,. Tallahassee last Tuesday to- Satur -4 Doubleknit58'V60"wlda.

; day. While there they bumped into .1
Seflglla.n' Hugh and Betty Ingram former k..
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.....4B TUJBGIIAPH .liar..."?" -- -'. Obituaries 1 J I 1 rr.. ....,.....
\i. L r II -
I Contest Winners at Annual Bible Drill .... Ji r .
.......ed .., 0DIt
.," Mrs.A-*.aCfcMM CrewsMrs.AAnaC.Crswc.7As4au.2Box L+..*.... ...
Hew f
tart Satartfay. March t7. the The.4.nerathe speakers r >
Lawsoa.of. Lamar S. (Jhasmy) Edwards age James and JIaI'oId JfI&ittoa Lake
fttver Beats* Aseonaooa Mid lie annual natant w as MiM Ctnehr
MM( Drill aDd YMaam ...... Sa ..semaTors7ameat .. r"w of Mr. and ill*, David 268 Keystone HsAgMt< (M. fMdtar. eo of JftcksonvtBe died at .his home Geneva; CIne brother,Ralph aluroe,
Lawsoa Both ., These young people March ... at her home after a kocuIneas. March lt.after a long Umess. He was end one sister. Marcus Carey, both
... .e to Orange Park for the born atttarke, February li. 1M9 and Michigan
Edward KisnhraL sea of ........ Chart Trassie contest Mrs Crews had been a Me long had Bred la Jacksonville for the pasta

Mr.....Mrs Trans 1 Kaabral was the II IfeevGospel stettkl win ha the Refkn. ,,_,. resident of IMsn Cousty wttl moving years where he was a retailgrocery Mrs.Altle Eatfly Joker 74
wiener of die ehudrea fettle driH they w then advance to the Sato to Keystone Hstehls c.Iree Lake) to stare operator. His parents Attic Emily Joiner 74 of Rt S
AmandaGreea Mrs
KaBbral Mimsier of Eduea- C.kst ia Lake Yale wre the late Below and
Travis s Baptist December 197*aba was a sseember! !
don at First Baptist Church Arne lay at LeeIbur&. -,.... of the rtrst Christian Church: of Lake Edwards. Jimmy was a Box 92 morningpassedMarch away U In early the
Butler member of the Pine Level Baptist Sunday
Church. Riverside HospS*! In J ksomriHe,
I Sing for Senior Citizens SetA Survivors Include her husband Survivors Include: His wife following. an extended liana. "'n.
0.& Crews of Lake Butler two
; soon was the daughter of the late
A .....'. ..., 1M 5iIIIII II& tW Everyone is invited to canoe and Latter Day Sainu John F. Crews of Lake Butler and Jacksonville Margaret ;MaaDliiEd.ards.\ Bra neD and Thomas Alf ord
bans ct ks nhr w.be.......aAirr. --.plbe Lord wititM.Letter Delbert E. Crews of Montgomery da L. ; taco residents of Baker County.

adorns: reeioiag at the Baker OraeLyNmarhg Open House Set Ala.Hall;of three Gainesville daughters, Mrs. Iris Francis C one son Larry S. Edwards Jacksonville She was born in Baker County and
Mrs. Loria
lIwae m : soar ; three brother Eugene, Lloyd moved to Jacksonville In her early
Man 24. at 31.. =ekes at .Thanks The StaIb Branch of the Chorcfaor of Keystone Heights and Mrs. and Merrill Edwards. aU of Starke life. She lived in Jacksonville until
7:30 fun. at the.. Msuliaaj ilsBaras I would Elaine much 'to thank Jeans Christ,Latter Day Saints wifl Carolyn Hal* of Lake Butler; oneatster' and four grandchildren. June 1977 when she moved to Starke
Revival Center :Mark and d Ohe s Motile bare an house Mrs. Minnie Lee Afford 01LaIt.e Funeral services were held Satur- and resided since.She is a member of
opea oa Saturday.
Home Sates for than Butler; 16 grandchildren and 11
March 34 from 4 p.1D. to 9 pirn.There great grandchildren. day. March 17 In the DeWitt C. Jones the Calvary Freewill Baptist Church
warmth for wife
giving me. my win be tours of their Chapel with Rev. Roman Alvarez In Jacksonville.
new building
Funeral ...
services held
SL Marks ChurchScteduie and four children a home to stay in Sunday. She Is survived by: her husband
which to located at 1301 Besot Road officiating. Interment was Crosby
dour bouse IS, in the First Christian
fw the.. Mk .f Mardi 23 after burned learning In Grand K p ds. Michigan.being Refreshments will be servedKLVGSLEY Church with Rev. Raymond Baer and Lake Cemetery under the direction of Lowe Alice Joiner.Retnhardi.Starke; four Mrs.daughters Louise Ig-
C. Jones Funeral Home. Mrs.
dim March Rev. Bin offida
Bradford County aDd the City of Delaney Barbara aU'of i
S..iay r. aav Heiy EMchartst.45 Starke sJboukl be proud to have owe. followed ia New Hope Cemetery ou. Mrs. and Mre. SblrleyGaskins
.KIw Jacksonville
': a.m.Church: School. a.m. Mora citizens with such mm eve heartfelt under the direction of Archer Funeral Mrs.Iryma four
Starke brothers
C 90 E Y.C LAKE BAPTIST At- Home of Mrs. Iwandw 72.resident of of ;
cg Prayer p n lore for their fellow lasmana with the TEENS Lake Butler Iryma Alford. Glen St Mary.
Monday 7 p 0 roan Choir Prac most deepest and understanding. BOOKSTVDYThe Route 1,Box 22.Lawtey.passed away Rev. Alford.
tie*. 7 30 p m. Adds Cbnr PracticeMraiMtAiyC consideration. May God Mess you Mrs.Elsie E.Dee ft't1.M Saturday March 11 In Alachua Rev. Luther Macclenny Lonnle
Adeem of Alford. Olustee
Kmgsley Lake Charley
Bap extended
O7verd General following an
at Dtsh Hospital
Supper T ) both: always.Mr tist Church: held their annual book Mrs. Elsie E. Dougherty age 60.of illness.Born in Europe.Mrs.Iwan Alford. White Springs; two "sisters
pe and Mrs.Tracy Kinsey aDd family study oa Home Missions March 2nd at Orange Heights died Friday morning and Mrs. Retha Mae Moats and Mrs.
Hartford. Coon
dw moved to
-.- ... ._..._- -....-no&.-&&. -....-.. in Alacfaua General Hospital where resided there until 1971 when she Rosic Combs, both of Glen St. Mary;
entitled "\&I oraLa Jo bootand she was taken following a sudden attack moved to Lawtey. She was a member ten grandchildren and fourteen greatgrandchildren.
was taught to the Acteens and Baptist at borne. She was born in Windsor of the Catholic Faith. .
Women cry Laura Kay Thomas.,There on April Z. 1>U and was lifelong Sbe is survived by her husband Funeral services were held
7_ were mne Acteens. nine Bapust resident of Orange Heights. Mrs. Wolodymyr Iwanciw of Lawtey. one Wednesday, at 2:00: p.m., March 21 in
ate t ,M y Women old two visitors attending;the Dougherty was a school bus driver in daughter Mrs. Nadia Thomas of the chapel of Archer-Taaer Funeral
r Alaclua; County for the last 2O years Lawtey.and one grandchild. Home of Starke. with Rev. -Max
the study the Adeem coo- and a member of the Orange Heights Funeral services were held Tues Perry: pastor of Calvary Freewill

PRESCUT eluded their evening with a slumber Baptist Church.Survivors day. March 13. at 11 a.m. at the Baptist Church of Jacksonville and
1. party which was enjoyed by include: her husband Graveside in Crosby Lake Cemetery. Rev. James Cowary pastor of the
TAIlE everyone. Earl G. Dougherty. Orange Heights; with Father Patrick Foley officiating. Northside Baptist Church of Starke
SElY1CI( one dater. Miss Judy Dcsi herly. Interment followed under the direc- officiating. Interment followed in Mt.
t CAN m 1'OUn' lweehetis I ; two sow. Richard. tiuon of Archer-Tanner Funeral Zion Cemetery in Union County
lYE lfWIe5I SCiQ Fayetteville Ark. and Ronnie Fer- Home of Starke. under the direction of Archer-Tanner
PIM Grove Te Held nandina Beach; one sister Mrs. Funeral Home of Starke. i
tJ G.spdS1.g Juamta White Cross Creek; one half-
; sister Mrs. Shirley Hardin Gainesville J.mKJ.-.Sr. 1Jr
is : Pine Grove Congregational Methodist ; two half-brothers c.W, Wilkin I..... I
Church win bold a gospel sing Ion. Gainesville, and Archie Wilkinson James Johnson Sr..6S.died Friday.
r 1 March 24 at 7:30 p.m. Windsor; and three grand M.ardlil. following a long illness, at
The Believers from Jacksonville d Jdrea. his daughter's home in Lawtey. CARD OF 111ANKS'Our .

will be the featured group. Pine Funeral services were held Mon Memorial services were held
Grove is located 2 miles north of day. March 19 at 2:00 p.m. in DeWittC. March 17 at 10 a.m. in St. Mark'sEpiscopal heartfelt thanks to all who extended -

Florida State Prison on Road C-J99 Jones Chapel with Rev. Kenneth Church in Starke. comforting sympathy and help
Refreshments wiDbeHl'Yed.EvfTY Sims officiating. Interment followed Mr.Johnson born July 3. 1914.was in our recent beautiful
IS Beautiful I Anchor Hocking one Is invited to attend. in the Orange Heights Cemetery originally from Highland Park. service floral offerings and other
Our Gocpel sings are held oa the< Table Service Is Saturday night of each month.Commut. Funeral Home. Starke. Starke.Geneva.He was also a resident of Lake The Dcwling Family

L lity News IJlIIHTT .

by Elizabeth G.Walker McKa 's Circle will meet at Sister METHODIST YOUTH ACTIVITIESThe I

S.- Pho.e964U63HOME Alice Sercey. Lee Circle will go to the

hospital. Biye's Circle will meet at older youth group spent last ed the breathtaking Palm Beach
ENTERTAINMENT CENTEX DeD Chapter 1C* O.EJS.i The monthly Sister Mary McOoud. Thursday 7:30 weekend in South Florida. Youth mansions. ,
meeting of Dell Chapter will beheft Story Hour. Friday p.m. the Junior director Don Denton and 12 youth The tired group returned to Starkeat

Just For Reopening Or srewun'kte7sa in Aura Usher Board will celebrate a dual anniversary boarded the youth van at 5 p.m. Fri- 3 p.m. Sunday afternoon.
Hall on with Rev. Leroy Davis day and began the 850 mile weekend Youth attending the trip were Pat
are invited to attend. Plans arc m the speaking.The Junior Cbotr will serve. trip. Mundorff Jay Eaves Tammy Den
Adding To Your Account making for the Grand Session in Saturday dinners will be sold from the The youth arrived in Lake Worth at ton Donna Carter. Todd Denton
Jacksonville. church: kitchen. Sunday School ':30 midnight Friday and spent the even- Greg Thornton. Stephen Little Mike

We are so anxious to serve and please our friends and customers Morning Worship 11 aJn. Dinners ing at the Lake Side United Methodist Whiffen, Bill Sanders Jeff Lawson
Qit ACTIVITIES 12:30 Evening Worship p.m. Church.: Chuck Williams and Randy Reddish.On .
that we have reserved a lovely gift for you. The Victory Temple Charca God Free Caaaaa The Clrarcli Gad I* Early Saturday morning they were

The members cordially Invite you to Unity: Tarrying Service: each Wed. off to Miami and the Miami Sea Sunday evening. March 25 all
THIS GIFT IS YOURS FREE just for Reopening or Adding to your attend their services: each Saturday 7:30. Prayer Service each Friday Aquarium. One of the most exciting the youth groups will have their'program -

Account with purchase or purchases totaling $39.95 or more within at 12 noon. This week Mr. Robert 7:30. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning shows at the Sea Aquarium was seeing together.A 30-minute color,film
,. &he 10 Austin Jr.. will elaborate and teach Worship 11 a.m. Evening WorshipMyl,130pm..NMtors a 10.000 pound killer whale jump entitled "The Shopping Bag"Lady
next MJT14 must be
time .
at of
di_> A. ......_ /" presented<"" F.bun hue... on the subnet ? Tlmne ,*& are weIcope.Mt. completely out of the water and bit a will be shown. This is'a 'film-that
rp God Hates'from the Booed Pro- Pisgab A.M.E.Church:Sunday balloon with his nose. Other attractions stresses how Christians of all ages
STOP IN AT YOUR FRIENDLY verbs 61619. Services are temporarily School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 featured Flipper the Television can communicate and get along tenth
being held at the Pentecostal a.m.The pastor and congregation will porpoise: a seal performance and each other. -
Church (Sam Brown's Quarters) in motor to Milliard. Fla. to hold services literally thousands of ocean fish and
[S"- Lawtey. at 3 p.m.All members are askedto animal life.Saturday. The seventh grade girls held a3#ar

Greater Bcthletaem Freewill Baptist cooperate with this activity. evening the youth enjoyed wash at McDonalds March 10. Thfee
COMPONENT STEREO HEADQUARTER nard: Activities began Monday First Bora Chart of The Living a poolside cookout and a cold swim at participating were Linda Graft)
with ng 6:30. The God: Friday 6:30 Bible Study. Friday the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Maz-! Carmen Eaves. Angle Folsom. Knli
964.5289 Walnut St. Starke. Fla SeI Tinyrehearses each Monday 7:30 Tarrying Service.Sunday School zaferro in Boynton Beach. The Carver and Annie Loper under ihe
S p.m. Tuesday each week Prayer 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11:30 a.m. cookout was hosted by Mr. and Mrs. supervision of Mrs. Carolyn Eaves
Meeting 7:30. Circle meetings: 7:30 YPCW 6 p.m.Evening Worship?p.m. Simon Denton of Boynton. and Mrs. Phyllis Carver. The groap
Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. Saturday evening the youth toured enjoyed an afternoon cl1)QII'ling-iln
Chart: Saturday dinners will be sold down AlA in Palm Beach and observ Wednesday March 14 after school?
from the church kitchen. Sunday t tI =
School 10 a.m. Morning
All members are to .f
Fellowship of Churches 3 p.m. at I III SENIOR CITIZENS I
; Ebezener Baptist Church.

Mt Zion )1.& Chart*. Lawtey: -
Choir rehearses each Tuesday 7:30. Arm thou fnvelThe Coming Events: ::

The Out Sunday School 10 ass Morning Wor- May is Senior Citizens monffi.
Rev. Father Patrick Foley. St. dedicated by the late
Of ship 11 a.m. Evening Worship 4 p.m. Edward's Catholic President
AMloch Mis i.aary Baptist Church Stake Johnson 196S. In conjunction. May:
Casrck: Each Thursday 7 p.m. entertained SS elderly persons March has been proclaimed"Blood PresufeMonth"
Prayer Meeting. Saturday 7:30 the 13 with scenes by the use of slides One doesn't have to be elderly
Union Choir rehearses. Sunday while be narrated about places,times to suffer a stroke.A child when its
School 10 a.m. Choir Union will be and events during a recent sojourn in born can have high blood pressure.
'held in Keystone 3 psiThe Rome Italy.During This disease attacks people of all ages
Town Miracle. ; Sun Beam Singers of Jacksonville his one hour discourse we although it is especially prevalent
viewed the
Vatican. "
A will sing at Antioch at 8 p.m.The City among the old.
Basilica. Cistine and being
Chapel. of
public is invited to bear this singing some Posters signs and literature are
group. the prodigious works of art by the lateMichaelaDgeio. distributed throughout the United

Mt. Moriah faited MelkdilChurch Thank you. Fr.Foley States urging all people to have this
: Owlsrehearsal each Wed. it was an interesting show. vital 1 test made. Volunteers from
Hundreds Are Being Blessed before the first Sunday. Sunday Senior Service Centers Retired

I. School:30..All members are asked to The annual Strawberry Festival Senior Volunteer Program. HRS of
t attend the Fellowship of Churches. and Fair sponsored by the Bradford (ices. Older Americans Councils aigd

By The Ministry Of Pine Level PIe...... Grwre Caked Methodist Co.manager Fair Mr.Association Bill Wilson and president general of churches will be located at chain food
stores and other
Church: Thursday 7:30 Prayer the Starke public places. Watt
Meeting. Sunday School 10 a.m. Services will Chamber of Commerce for the signs and directives.Tell your
commence March 28. Ribbon cut- neighbor and have this
concluded for the day. life-savitig
Baptist Church . Ebesraer Baptist Chorea: Thursday ting ceremonies and short talks by check up made now before or dunes
state dignitaries will start at 11 a.m. the month of
7 May. a
p.m. Prayer Meeting. Sunday
LJ The Fair will officially
open at noon.
School 9:30.: The Fellowship of Churches
citizens will be admitted
------ Hear Food
? will beheld S
3 p.m.Rev.AJ.Simmons all day. Wed. March 28. StampsThe

will preach. Presale of tickets for all rides at the law passed in 1978 by the V$.
New Bethel Baptist Ckarch: Wed. Congress decreed that on March:}.
Powerful Preaching Of The Word Of GodBy 7:30 Meeting.: p.m. Bible Study and Prayer showgrounds Chamber of Commerce can be purchased office Starke.at the 1979. food stamps had no longer to fie

for 25 cents. Half price! purchased. Instead of, for instance,
All Usher Board members are asked paying $26 for $42 worth of fonp,

Roman Alvarez. Pastor to Join Freewill Baptist Church The Bradford Co. Senior Citizens stamps the needy and elderly with It
Friday. March 23: at 8 pjn. in the Club will hold this event at the Holi the low income brackets would fee
celebration of their Ushers anniver day Inn.N.301.Starke given X number of food stamps frtift.
on April 10.All
sary. Both parents and children that dues paid members are entitled to Agonizing wails are being heard wl
Two Wonderful Services are participants la the Easter Pro this meal. We will assemble at around the country that the poor ad
Glorious Masic Bat gram are asked to please observe all a.m. in the lobby of the H.I. where fixed income people are somehow being
't ,". rehearsal times.Aa questions may be shortchanged specifically tje
registration will be conducted.:
Sunday At 11:00 a.m. directed to Sister Alicia Jackson. will be offered and we shall Senior Citizen among whom the Inflationary
Thrills TICert Choir No.2 will rehearse Saturday. bite In
with festivities at 11:30 a.m.The Rev. the cost living is Jflt
._, March 24 at :S pm.'Cboir No. 1 will Fr. ,more severely. a
has been
& Foley invited to with
have rehearsal Sat. t p.m. All .... sup Letters, nUe-o-grams. cards and<<
's a.Y' -. I members are asked to be on time. petitions are pouring into the U3I.
Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Morning Silver Legislators Congress to have this grave error ccft-
Worship 11 a.m."Evening Worship 6 reeled. %

Sunday School Training! Program p.m.AH members are asked to observe SHL Meetings to be nominated are in progress and for placed the 100 on Demise a JJ

the Fellowship of Churches X p.m. at the ballot for election Alex Morton, 88 former :
by persons In V. Presi
10:00 A.M. 6:30 P.M. EbeAder Baptist Church All choir
: .' the state 60 years plus for the offices dent of the Bradford County Senar
members are asked to be .
present.laMeanry of Representatives and Senators from Citizens Club, and a member for ;If
regular election districts.: These flec years died l peacefully In his sleeps
March 18th Sunday School Attendance 789 Worship Service Over 800.._ or. .. tion will be March 30. Those persons the home of his daughter Helen<<
loving memory of our husband elected will convene in the State Stark, M Oakford Rd., Wayne. P*:
and father, AC. Cummittg who" u".ed House of Representatives and 19M7. W. offer our deepest. con!
March 30. 1m. Senators July 10-14.1979. doUncts to his'' remaining sort,
Pine Level Baptist Church Friends come in to comfort. Bring All of the 13 bills and 2 resolutions daughter and grandchildren.: hj
flowers by the score; Did many things produced during the 1978 sessiun of rern .peace. .
to comfort Till they could do no more. the Silver Haired
will be .
We shall start another long and studied debated and acted during Gift :?
3% Miles Starke} lonesome mile. We're. trying to carry this year's session of upon the State A donation WM sent to. ou f
West of Highway 100 -
a.. As. you would have us do. Hoping Legislature beginning April. 1979. treasurer, Mrs hID Richardson,
earth..your hand.When our work onWieandQndren The l.ate"the SIlL bills 110 by In uArtOII'mOQl FI'i< d4Thmh ;
The Difference Is Worth The Drive te through. observed by the oOtJzzearu of you, U,1nonmaus""may
.. Florida Polling locations will be big heath and open hand never" fa1te$
published in the local newspapers Joe Karl

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NAVY MAN JAY MARTINI r LEG.ALS above detcrtbetl proper.ty American Telephone. and

.I.1rif" iI/ Psula, Nugent I I. for Ingress and Telegraph I
1artn IOn 01 Pat & AJ Martin FLORIDA .,.....,.. BOBBY, CARL WHITE AND dtetonce of:300.79 feel to egret right of way pur- recorded In Office 'II
spa of R. S Starke, is borne tor two weeks SHERMAN LYNN WHITE, ...
Dt day ofMa. an 'Iron(take;run thence po. Record Book 60, page 66
to .ubt
::,, MAUer. the local Navy Recruiter Ron CIVIL ACTION !. Ie.45'Sth! SIork.. Plaintiffs, North a distance of 132 PARCEL Ml That portion and 67 AND fXCtft
'S?r, CASE NO. 79-125 p 4NQfCE //" VI feet to an Iron ttake: run .f' the Northwest parcel of land .lying litS40
Martin is
a JTUE> Ua WILLIAM AUSTIN AND thence East distance of Quarter of the North. .
a of NtM of Nf he- I
Fire Control Technician assigned( to IN RE.: The Marriage of OFINTENTION- : MARY E, AUSTIN his 266.24.. feat to an Iron west Quarter of Section Hon 24. Township S I i
the nuclear powered cruiser U.S.S. WILLIE LEE JACKSON.HutbandPetltloner wife' Defendant
TO Hake on aforetaldWetterly 29 Township S South South. Rang 21 Eat I
Mississippi home ported in Norfolk, 21 Eau which He
Va REGISTERFICTITIOUS boundary; run Rang described a* follow' to-
e JH and thence 17',.' West of State Road No.
South Eat
wit: Commence at NW
,. Jay te.a 1976 graduate of Bradford / JENETTE JACKSON NOTICE Or SALE j
( M$ NAME ; along told Westerly 16 and South of State Corner of SVt of NtVo of
5, High School In Starke who Wife/Repondent.
boundary distance of Rood No.239 TOGETHERwith
a NE'A Section 26. Town-
'., !.."..Joined the Navy August US, 1978. After Y I4b Notice I I. hereby given 138.67 feet to Point of the South half of the chip 9 South. Range 21
:3 rtM, completion of recruit training at tile NOTICE OF ACTION Pursuant Section thpl, pursuant to an Beginning. Northeast Quarter of the lost and run South la .
l Florida .
83,09 Statulet,
Recruit Training Center in Orlando order final
or a
t.M{ i judgment PARCEL lit That certain Northeast Quarter of South line of State /Rood ,
; *yt attended Navy Fire Controlb TO: JENETTE JACKSON, notice I* hertby given of. foreclosure entered In ..
'b53ti:: lot, piece, parcel of Section 26, Township 9 5.225 to a point theMe
Technician that the undenignedGeorgeW.Rob.ru "
,, School near Chicago Ill WffeR.spond.nLou( the obove-coptloned oc- land sItuate 'lying and South. Range 21 lost, except run Easterly olong Southrightofway I, ,
-then Navy Was "C" School l ta Mare '-"" .". ti '11' known address: Route 1. 1229 tlon. I will tell the pro the portion thereof t .
.. .iIIltd.. Stork. Flo.. being In the County of line of Stale
Island. **
i... Box B9A. Ward. perty situated In Brad-
lying North of State Rood
doing butlneitunder Bradford and Stole of Road S-229 a distance of Ij j X13Y;
Petty Officer Jay !Martin Alabama 36922 32091. lord County Florida .
225 and EXCEPT port J
has the firm of Florida and mar particularly 208.79 feet for the point
MltYtl I Jay been assigned to the U.S.S. name described at follow: thereof described
described of thence tl
a* beginning:
ississippi since September 1978. T I J n 1' .. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that CENTURY 21 Robert PARCEL li That certain follows : Commence with, the Intertectlon continue Easterly 208.79 I
;:;, Anyone wishing more information a Petition for Dittolutlon Real E.lal..986 N. Tem loll, j
,i blocks piece orporc.l. of the Wetter '
A of land feet thence
parcel lyingIn run Souther. }
about the Navy, contact Jay at American' write 05 million of Marriage ha been' filed pie Avenue, Slarke, Fla. *of land'lluct.ly.Ing SE'/4 of NWV .ecllon ly right-of-way line of fy and parallel to West 'If 1 .

.r1,.372-6289. in Gainesville. Call collect. checks every builnets d y..XTi agalntt you,and you 32091 ;, said intends llctltlou toregl.t.r and being In the 17. Township 6 South' State Road No.14 with Quarter Section line 109 j
_...t. ore required to serve a County Bradford and
the Southerly line of .
Rang. 22 Ear Bradford feet, thence run Wetterly '
under the
; copy of your written name. of olor..ald.tohlle. provltlon Slat of Florida and County, Florida and beIng State Rood No.22S at a parallel to South right ,

I _Lt111 11 I LEGAL I defentet, If,any to the more particularly more particularly cement marker and run of ""oyll...of State Road t i:.
JUJ I III' Petitioner PetitionersAttorney described follow,
1111 or a* to
f'.lti"II Westerly along t
> W, /Fobertt.owner described at follow' S-229 a distance of I
,, George wit
..' I : Commence at the Inter Southerly 'right-of-woy feet thence run II II208.1S j i.
:: < Th. School Board of business ot P.O. Box 37, 32091. Intend lo GARMEl. Florida. legal Doted this 13th day of A parcel of land containing section of the Westerly line of Stat.Road No.225 northerly' LOS feet to the ', ." -. I

..4,>Bradford County, Stork., SR IB, Main Street register Mild fictitious S.rvlc.IrJ, Prison March, 1979 Starke, 081 acre lying boundary of the right of a distance of 129 feet fora point of beginning, being "
9i:T.Florida will hold a Public Breaker Florida 32622, name under the provl. Project 2614 S.W. 34thStreet Bradford County Fla. partly In the SW 1/4 of way of State Rood 16 and point of beginning. In S'. of NEV. of rJf1/ i,
.. Galnelvllle, NE V4 and Portly In SE /
"Hearing; on contlderam Intend to register told lions of aforesaid the Northerly boundaryof Thence continue Wetter Section 26 Township S
(".ion of proposed change fictitious name ot the office statute Florida 32608, 'on or 3/l94tchg_ l/4ofNW 1/4 of Section the right of way of a ly along Southerly right. South, Range 21 East :
,Xtiln School Board RuleJV.V6200 of the Clerk of the E.J. Dowling Owner, before April 12. 1979 ICFOFINTENTION 17, Township' 6 South, county graded road and of-way line of State Road containing 1/2 ocre.at ':
and file the original with Rdng 22 East Bradford
In regard to pro Circuit Court of Bradford Dated this run thence West along No. 329odlitonceof2IO '
22nd ol '
motion In grade 9, 10, County, Bradford County March AD. 1979 day ofStork. the Clerk of this Court County, Florida and being said Northerly boundary feet thence Southerly at public tale, to "l'.:: :"

:S: :;!I1. and 12, and the mini. Florida on receipt of proof ., Fla. 3/22 4tpd/ either before service' onP.tllion.is TO REGISTER more particularly a distance of' 391.26 feetto 'right angle' to State highest and best bidder .
''d! : .mum: graduation of publication of this 4/12. attorney or FICTITIOUS described a'* follow: on Iron ttoke for pointof Rood No.225 a distance for cash at the Bradford
l I. //requirement\ from BradxnMford notice. Immediately thereofteriotherwise ) NAME .Commence at the beginning. From pointof of 210 feet, thence County Courthouse 'In
s High School, Thlt a default will Southeast corner of *aldSI beginning thus Easterly and parallel Sta...., Florida at 11:00:
:L"..;.public hearing will be Undersigned further. NOTICE OF be entered against' you Pursuant lo Section 114 or NW 1/4 and run described run North a with State) Rood No.229 A.M.. on the 28th day of
affirms that the of
object INTENTIONTO for the relief demandedIn 869.09, Florida Statutes' thence IrV la' Northerly
held April 9, 1979 6 distance of feet thence Northerly at right March 1979. .
!?(li at this butlnett' I.I lo d.alln 264 to a ,
yt! p.m. In the School Board all lawful' business.., and REGISTER the Petition; notice I I. hereby given direction '.long the point; run thence Weil angle with State Rood Gilbert S, Brown, 1"CI.rk '
SJftCRoom of the County the FICTITIOUS DATED: This 9th da/of, that the undersigned Eoiterly. ,; boundary 165 feet to a point run No.229 a dittance of 210 of the Circuit
I I. the
undersigned '
!iSchool Administrotiv.'latOffic.s NAME March 1979. Jams B. Rowvll Jr., 'thereof a distance of 25 thence South 264 feet fooforetald feet to point of begin' Court, By: Beulah M, ,_
sole of told '
582 North Tem owner GILBERT 5. BROWN P.O. Box 132-A feet more or let to the North.r'yboundary ning lying and being In Moody Deputy Clerk i'[ : ,-.
l-..a.pl. Avenue, Starke, Pursuant to Section Clerk of the Circuit Court Melrose, FL 32666 and Northerly' boundary of rvn thence South half of Nor'heo.tQuart.r E. Coleman Modten .. ::
Dated at Stark., 865.09, Florida Statute, By: Marion McRae3194tchg49 David Walton Rt. 2, Box the right of way of -a olar..aldNorth.rly of Northeast Attorney for Plaintiff, I ',,"
Florida, East along
Florida this 9th day ol notice I.I Hawthorne, FL doIng rood, thence .
Copies of th... pro hereby giventhat 175 County run boundary a Quarter 'Section 26 603 Florida National |I.! .
March A.D., 1979.
the undersigned business under the East along told Northerly' 9 South Bank ,
Township Range Bldg. Jpcktonvllle
poied.change In Rule Lalrelle M. Hamilton. distance of 165 feet lo a
Wade A. Behr US 301 firm of "STARKE distance of
name boundary a 21 East containing 1 Florida 92202. '
6200 b. obtained point of beginning. It It '
from the may Superinten 3/22 4tpd 4/12. North Lawtey Fl. 32059, NOTICE OF INTENTION RADIATOR SERVICE". 661 70 feet more or lei, to understood that the, acre, more or less AND 04-398-7000.. ,

dent' office on North doing business under the TO REGISTER N. T.mpl. Ave.,. Storke, the Westerly boundaryof South 19 feet of the, EXCEPT Easement to 3/1S2tchg3/22. '* .
Temple Avenue, Stark. firm name of "WADE A. FICTITIOUS! NAME Fl 3209|, 'Intend to the right of way of ''i't
NOTINTENTION OF BEHR REALTY. US 301 regitter Mold fictitious State Rood 16; run '
.c.' '', North. Lawtey Flo. Pursuant to Section nome, under the provl- thence North '1751'
This I I. In compllonc.
'"""with f Florida Statute, TO REGISTER 32058 alto "WADE A. 865.09. Florida Statutes, slot s of aforetalditatule. Wet along told Wetter &
''.' FICTITIOUS BEHR REAL ESTATE", Intend notice It hereby given ly boundary a distance of I
Chapter 120-99
r>:;!enacted by the 1974 a* NAME to register said lietitlout that the undersigned' James B. Row.ll, Jr.. 138.67 feet to an Iron Ij j,
Y''Florida name under the ELAINE PAULA NUGENT and David Walton, joint stake for point of. beginning Opal
r.:KII L.gisloture.Thomas Pursuant to Section provisions of aforesaid 3908 Cherry and Bridget ,,own.... told point of begin.

863.09. Florida Statute, ttalute. St.. Starke, Flo.. 32091 > Dated ,,'IN* lit day of. ning being the Northeast
1 Jr.,
Casey, notice I I. h.r.by given Wade A. Behr own.r. doing business' under the Marsh,, A.f>. 1979 ot Corner of a parcel of .
.....Superintendent. of"School that the undersigned E.J. Dated this 22nd day of firm name of SMALL Starke, FL. 3, I 4tchg land described In Deed
Dowling 970 Wet Call March. A.D. 1979. otStork. WORLD DAY CARE 390B 3/22. Book 64, page 397 of the

rilarke r Bradford County Street,, Starke, Fla. ., Fla. 3/22 4tchg Cherry and Bridge St.. public record of' oforetald ::1
Florida 32091
32091, doing business .Al12. Starke, Florida, 32091 county from point *: ROSES $399 .
3/22 :2tchg RUT
under the firm name of .Intendt to register laid IN THE COURT. of beginning thus #;
'f."'|;K "E.J. DOWLING IN THE CIRCUIT. COURT f let)Hoot name under the IN AND FOR BRADFORD described run West and ;
INTENTION STABLES". U.S. 301 OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL provisions' of aforesaid COUNTY. FLORIDA. parallel to aforesaid y
I. ? TO REGISTER South Stork., Fla. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR ttotute. CASE NO. 78-933 Northerly boundary a '

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'"J" :Statute*, notice It a SS 'E \ CROTONS 449 ,
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---,--.-.---------------- ,....---R!! \ &EGALS --. -.'" -----------_____,. LComaetIdetabik_____----,_ ;' I

IN THE CIRCUIT' COURT, Continue North B940 .btf mat particularly No$4s. .S9'IP Met. 71. e '1!! NCmcI: CW 1969 CMur Jet Nova :

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR Bat 91.90' 'feet to a point doscrivsNi oe follows- feet, th fet North 0. 7 am this point of SWffWSiAHNottcl 2-doe I

CUIT. IN AND FOR then North. 047' East Eat. ..,.... .ft finning run thence ..trVey given I.P. No. I .\ r ii II

AlACHUA COUNTY 106.SO feet to o point on C eminence at the south . FLORIDA NO: the R/W of Charles Southwest corner of sold feet. ft 0' ';''I t, ne.of 147-40 feet toimf as shot*!' *f Bradford I KM Sebctw Of Used
,......CA. DIVISION: A Court. Thence South Section 22 and run Eas W.", 'lW'i1$.ell nwb. ''', '- :concrete' monument: County. PrewWo, undo obeys :... :: CortTaktnOn.CcuHUatTmdsi

Century Bonk of W'401 Wes.1 ".72 feet too ..,along th. Southerly tot,.gi.Wps. I c. continue North and by virtue of Writ of and the .M f7toei. .... 1 .
Gainesville'. a corporation point on the R/W ofChariot boundary thereof. 39 4S .. 7'''''' East a distance Execution. tOOoWltIh.Hon lad liar of ..,. 19790t 2041N.W43378.5301 The ancient Vyriena b
PlomtiH' vs Crown Court.. Thence 'feet, more or loss, to the PARC** MX I'BOS.25 feet to a con Issued out one clock: P.M. on sold that eating fish wp\tUJ

BuiMer of '..... Inc.. .Northwesterly. along ana Easterly boundary of Old Lot No. 40f' Replot, of ,Wive> monument on the of County Court ef Bradford day on the premises of CAHWE8V1LLE make their feet 'Wfr,

a corporation. J.D Irwin .* ..0 feet. said archsvlg lawley Road thence Wolfs'' Industrial Park ..Jll of way line of aMkity County,'FtorMa pursuant the Bradford County Jail .
Barbara A. frwln. a chord of 30.90' North 0 degrees and 07 P.'. "," Page 23 Sec -.. rood; thence run to a .Rnol Judge. I will offer for sale and

R C Polhamus. Donald feet on o bearing' of minutes' East along said 27T9SR20E.: Alochuo ...."h.rly along sold ment for Hone Thorntonof sell to the highest' bidder "Old' wine ,.and' d Ai.j;

f. Eow.rs. eeWfwttTet J. North 64-0828" West. Easterly boundary 600 County, Florida. rfcJii" of way line concave Starke, Florida and for cash In hand the Misfits Softball Team
Bowers,. Sun Bank of Thence South 3339'I6" feet: thence north 89 tf he SW a chord dlsJince against Jonle Rhoden. above described property YARD SALE old I friend'' artprovisions. '. JPrT'";

Gainesville, a corporation West 8-2.49 feet. Thence degrees and 39 minutes PARCEL EIGHT of BO.88 feet (on a defendant, In the of sold defendantto Sat.. Mar. 24 ''N''
and Wlllteton Door South 047 West 32 feet East 150 feet to point of lot 138 of Highland (q':'*9rln" North 22*12-33" amount of' 266.63 satisfy" the aforesaid 215 N. Broadway St.. 1. .

and MlHwark Corpora- to POB. All, 'lying In Section beginning. From point of Court Manor Unit No. 2' ,''';; ') to a concrete together with costs of Execution. Sto,". _
lion a corporation. 22. Town.hlp 6 beginning thus described rl'i ument thence run 964-S5B5 ' C
collection. 9 tilt
recorded a.m
as per Plot! as E. Reddish
Dolph :
Defendants South Rang. 22 East, continue North 89 InPlolfBdok "F", Page 9 ,,.'"1'h 3TSVW West Have sired and hove Sheriff Bradford County George He.bttij'.
NOTICE Bradford degrees and 39 minutes .. said right' of
of the Py6fip Records. of y g In my possession' the Florida. 3/8 4tchg 3/29.
OF SALE East', 75 feet thence a distance of 41.48, following described' 0 .
Notice .Is .hereby given PARCEL TWO North 0 degrees and 07 Alachua. CountyFlorida. :feet to a concrete many.In.nt property to-wit personal : --- -- -- --- -- ................-

the that.terms In accordance of a'' Consent with ((8))lets of Five Block((5))Seventeen and Eight minutes thence South East 89 100 degrees feet A'1 parcel NINE*"''of. land .,5J&t,10'Ir'thence West run a South dl. I Union Counl.v w.nt": iM.- : Illffllfll

Order entered In the ((17)) of' the Subdivision ond 39 minutes West 75 located In'the SI'/ of the ,fence of 291.03 feet to a GENE REESE REALTY .

above.captlonod action known as North Reno o.po' feet thence South 0 SE'A.of the SE''''.. of Section Concrete monument, ,. .. '," .. '" -- .., .. . ,
I will sell the property plat thereof recorded degrees and 07 minutes Y TiJ: and I In the NE'/i .thence continue South REALTOR ; } ERSO"A I "
West 100 f.o..o of of the"""E'/. of the NE VI. distance "llllflMAINES i ; .
situated in Alochuo and in Plat Back 2 at Page point ,5710)7) West a LICENSED REAL ESTATE I. ) I :'
Bradford beginning of ,Section'( ,,,,24, loll 'In of 112.68 feet to I .' fir 91c'E'S :
described Counties.Florida as. of 39 of Bradford the Public Record. Township 8 "South( Range 0 point 'In Paradise Lake a; SALES PERSONS NEEDED .. .. ,_ N' .. .... .,I .. .. .eo'" ." ... .1."!
22 East Bradford, County PULL TIM SECRET ARVl. Must INSURANCE ADEN
Florida' of the of NEAR STARK 3.3
PARCEL ONE Stork. lying In City Section A parcel of land lyingIn Florida, locally referred ,; !0044. '21" East a distance Bradford Sq. off: ml.301 S. have Insurance experience' Free estimates Local CVt 160 S. lake "'v...ie......

lot 4. Denny Heights 21, Township 61 South the SW'/4 of SWA of to' at tot I 17 of anunrecorded .0(.,. Ill.93 feet to the on Evergreen Ave Hwy.3 BR 2 Call 496-2126 or apply at Joe distributors for completely Butler 4963978. Complete' ,
''ot Usher Insurance Agency, washable advertised Insurance Service. i.
Commence at the' NW Section 23 Township 6 : p of point ol beginning nationally
Rong.22 East. BA, Stucco over CB 2'iacres. .
22 PAR ADISe -and Lake Butler, tfnchg. Gord..". S 'M
ol. the SW'of the South Range East In SHORES Draperies
PARCEL THREE at public sale, to the Complete set for
SW' of Section 22. Storke, Bradford County legallydescribed as VOLUNTEERS to work In the & W Enterprises. Ed or Loma
lots Seven ((7)) and highest and best bidderfar I mobile home also on Immediate coverag..abp
6 South,, Florida; said parcel' being followstM/ I pro Union County school system Stephens 4962219. 3/1
22 Township East Bradford Rang.County Eight. ((8)) of Block 22 of more particularly' Commence at an. old / cash at the west perty. $43,500.MODERN helping! with music special tfnchg. phone. JOE USHER AG: ;N>

Florida and the Subdivision known described as follows, axle marking the NE corner door. ol the Courthousern'IAlachua 4 BR, 2 BA: Walkto education, reading, clinic CY 496-2126 or 496-'ZvTO.7
Norm 9940 East 680.82 run as North Reno ot recorded Commence at the '/df f'said Section' 24 County InGainewill. Keystone shopping ond tutors and chaperones. Interested AVON CALLING I To buy or tfnchg. .
'In Plat Book 2 at Page Southwest corner of said and r/ri"\ (hence South0047W ., Florida at school. $26,000 mortgagemay ? Call Peggy Cason sell. Call District' Manager, .. .J
to a point Thence 39 of the recordsof 11.00 AM. on the 28th Mildr.d Hlnkel, 496-3951. .. .
public be assumed. $44,000. "96-3551.311 3/22.
run South 047 West Bradford County, Florida Section 22 and runEasterly lost" along l the day of March. 1979. RESIDENTIAL BLDO. LOTSIn .. "u'_ "tchg. ....' '. 3/1 4tchQ 3/22. ...".... .."d. .. .. .." A
Section Ifhp distance
356.5 I..t to along the Southerly {!: o of "
a point.
lying In Section 21, 659.91 feet to'd concrete, A, Curtis Powers, Clerkof Cloy Co. with deeded access ,,
boundary thereof '
North 89'40' ''''' ;
Thence East 63.50 run feet to POB Township 6 South Range 39.43 Let, more or less, monument/{,thence run the Circuit Court By to lake Santa Fe. i 'K". ,,',)itIN'i;! )\' i CLARKES SAW SHOP Complete Hill I }$ w
.. sharpening service, .. .
22 East.PARCEL'. to the Easterly' boundary North' pV 12-33" West a Julie E Riley, Deputy From $3500. ., ., hand circular, ''-'
mowerblades <
I FOUR of Old Lowt.y Road, distance' /657,38 feel to Clerk LAKE LOTS from 9000. MOBILE HOME TRAILER
chain Leave at
MUST SELL lot 13 William. S/D: thence North 007 East, a point,,In Paradise, lake; Thomas D. Scanlon. Esq.. 70 ACRES toned for shoppIng SPACSt Includes 'light pole Crews Building saws.Supply. 7/3 13 ACRES across fronvtaUeJ I
liquidation ol new all steel buildings A parcel of land lying In along said Easterly' boundary thence can North Smith Hulsey Schwalbe center 2900' ft. of HWY and septic tqnk, Contact tfnchg. Butler Elementary .ScheoLji
40.12114|193 per SQ. It the SWA of SWVi of Section 600 f lest; thence 0044.2V. West o distance B Nichols, Attorneys for 21 frontage. Call for Mrs. Sarah Jane Holme*. Highway frontage, Co+t

60.IlIBd 5 '2 19 per sq ft 22; Township 6 North 1939' East, 75 feet of ;380.33 feel to a Plaintiff 500 BarnettBank details.OH. 496-2581.. Hopewell area on USE THE LAUNDRAMAT atHwy.loobytheHandyWClY. 496-3348. 3/8 4tchg 3/99.. .*

Call Collect 1.904.387-2889 South, Rang. 22 East In to point of' beginning.From point ,In, Paradise Lake Building Jacksonville SR-241. Itchg 3/22. IS ACRES In Union CduBtyT I

Century Steel Buildings Storke' Bradford County point of beginningthus for the point of begIn. Florida 32202. 3/15 .-473-7076 Ev.-473.3265 2 BEDROOM CONCRETE We have a wash dry and Providence area. Wooded i
Florida' ; said parcel be- described continue ning. 2tchg3i.l.1.-- HOUSE Three houses fold service: 25 cents per lb. fenced. Would molo.erl1ltC
behind F t D Bank Call Attendant on duty tfnchg homeslte. Moines Rorj

496-3640 alter 5 p.m. 3/1 Estate, Realtors 496.7#>:

j NEW On s Thursday; 12 X 70 MOBILE HOMES Like 'SEPTIC TANK t GREASE 3/15 tfnchg. ,.... .
LOW SIS new 3 bedroom on 10 TRAP cleanouts, new lines, PHOTOGRAPHIC. ",,).. I
IFIIEAGLEI Friday & Saturday acres of land. 5 min from reasonable. Joe Forsyth, ENLARGERi Omega .B,22r

"U; PRICES! Lok. Butler; 10 min from 4311022. All business appreciated. with 50 arid 75 mmtiejMC:
prison. $125 mo.. |Just Inside ..3/31 Hnchg. filters; timer like newt$300. .- I
Baker Co. 'line on Clarence Powell Printing..,
1, Dobbs Road on B. P. Smith's 17 YEAH OLD GIRL will I
"9"3377.3/8'tfnpct. ...,,;.
farm Call 2596478. 2/8 babysit Infants 4 mos. to 4
10 X 52 HOUSE

National Brand Sale! STEVE BROADWAY call yrs.daily In 4311280.and her all home day Itehg after weekends.3/22 4pm. ..96-2209 Priced' teasonable..after 7'p.mtTfJ TRAILED;.Co; *).;.I I I

: TREE SERVIC rr ,, . :2tpd 3/22. :
Removal *Trimming 3 BEDROOM, 2' ; :
HOMEiLlvIng/ ,room dining\
*Free> Estimates J .. ,S lt
: room den large kitchen' ,.
Names know and trustSave to 473-4732 laundry screened porn ;,.
products you 35
you up Keystone Heights MOBILE HOME FOR SALE; 12 Separate guest studio anSI
X 50. furnished. Excellent workshop large comer '9\\

condition. $2300. Call. overlooking' 'lake. Exc.ll.Kt"
w IriIHn$ 9"2629.2/22 6tchg 3/29. condition. Call 496-3JA* "
.. 5J YARD SALE Multl-fomily. 3/15 tfnchg. ". fr"

as 2" Thru 6"' Starts Thursday Mar. 22. 3 LAND FOR SALE P&o i :'
1/2 ml. from lake Butler on ,right. Appro" 100 acl.s'across
/ .1. Fast Rotary Hwy. 121 north. Follow the from RMC. Rout.'?;:? '
PAIR CFBIO YANK Box 115 Can't miss"' iff'
I n Drilling Equipment signs ltpd-3/22 ..
t PREWASHED JEAN I Nathan Trow.ll. !"
DLr 3 BEDROOM 1 1/2 BATH 3/22'7ti
't .1.I. ..1..H..H..... brick home on spacious lot. 3/29. ; '
\8.,8,8, Carpet, central heat. Call YARD SAUl SaturcfciV
Yi1,110riMM \ ) Pumpn: : 496-3778, 'evenings and March 24, 9 a.m. tll... M'\I1't1.\ ,' ,
I p*. ti weekend 3/22 3/29 K'!
2tchg '
hd. family ALL KINDS (; FJyt,: { ::
4 J i ,, ;.w:,action; :inOso denim 'r" ''' (a.jW.. l'; .2 ."'. .f!. ) 197S TRUCK' IWB; half. Ion; BIG VARIETY, "715 N.:Bro td<3 I
r 1 I I : rlwA Vnd fbM ItaMaclied fe jvewjm lor mnttne longer; t laIRdTRYOIN I t\W;......, ..,Ho ." "' three, tpieed phi: a/c; way Storke.. 964-5565 Itpd.
wear. Popular western. bell bottom r Saleq-PartsServlce camper Insulated and 3/22. :
style.fiMn *23 / pan.lied.Very good shape. GARAGE SALE Sat., N.r.l1 i f
Call 4311632. I Itchg 3/22 2... 3 family sale: ,110
E-Z TermaPlumbing
QUAKER STATE HD-301 CHLORINE COSTS LESS AT A LOW; SALB PRICE) I ...................... 1972 CHEVY CAPRICE Black 3rd Ave. IB., Chllds bed .
E vinyl top: 350 cl. engine' ; '40' ?!' chest/ $30; desN'l'>Ssjt( $ IS

WASProiecta WAS sud .66 p/sp/ba/c; ; : radio an< gold' gas stove $200, vely'4rji.covered '<
_3..c_ 54c 39.88 pa b LAxXAetAIGA/ 1 .. heater. Call'4311632... Itchg couch, $175 1 ; locfderV( ; \\
3/22. backed chain $10 -*. '
engma from wear am) 6i% 0'........ tcomula keeps 4 rolls facial bathroom r New Installation GAS STOVE/) Good condi' clothes,/,bikes and ahlsHamm /:;1#-;: r
corrosion, keeps II clean. at pool water clean ana; sparkling, Useue In aas.1 pests'r WERE f
t 3.98Phg I Remodeling Repair lion. Call 496-3441'. Itchg |tchg 3/22, ',4r ".
'/ 3/22. VI I I
LDINI '" ot S knit briers In poryootton. "
Nttao ) hoMs Us sue.stiapelPk. DuppancaPUMP
I' 1 u. Key.tane. r II r* t..; I

WIRI! 4 48' ..................... r
YARD SALE AlomMomJlldfng
i wJ r t-v N r ( el 3 t-ahlrla.. tuS1 cut 1 absorbent PUMP & SUPPLY SCHOOL or already licensed glass doorXeTO I
n.+ I Your Sine 8.M.L.XL.
r e ? GENE REESE REALTY Invites fiberglass shower stalls,

roe !COMPANY you for on Interview. one group of metal airtor,

Attractive commission divi ditlonlng ducts, variousflj-,, ,
884 N. Temple Ave. Non' Broker does not compete tings, grills and register- .

? f' with soles associates inew; washing machineisa.

"3-PK.TENNIS BALLS TENNISRACKETS 22 RBAOECAN 'w' ',r a+14 ESLUSL Starke, Fla: for listings. Ample floor '.lectric'clthes' dryer, hi-.ji i')
TENNYEL time. Office In excellent household goods .
-WERE**- 1.97 .UP WEB6 TO 5 96 II ADJUBiABLJl VI30AS / \ location for walk Ins. Call clothes; V camper top'cfe.
.M' p 11 t 964-7061 Eugene Reese REALTOR fits on Datson or compact,
3-pack u5., + ,COLORS :' Keystone Heights' 'for confidential truck, Located 4 miles i
Spaldlng M'.1'J.
or Wilson Two lamoua names In aluminum Seamless" mowedpW rd with I( + ( f :,
balls in nl-visiBriiiy yellow. or wooden remise snap ltd.Oieen w/blaek Nit 7 .,., Interview Officer .. of traffic right OnSR-JI I:turn 1
s' '4' "I: .. S. S 473-7076 Evenings 4733256. right on C-352, go one mt|! -
I ; I8CCB .4 c .
PRESTO S. SUWBUY, Itchg 3/22 second house on rlgh."ff|.
MEN'S TENNIS BUYSt L'O FAULKNfRREAI day and Saturday.; o.rnj 3
p.m. 1tch83/22;


Placket style eoHar MpoI1/?t'
Ion blen4> men's B.M. b,XL.i 1.87- 2305 N.Temple
DISC PRIGII St....,Florida
SHORTS Phone'*''.5065
Over 33 acre tract odolnlng| city limits..Entrance on 2

I Polyester styled, w/adlustable Paul H. Faulkner paved reads. $45.000 your terms,. 'J I f ,
waialband son*Mam*ga.32-3g / Reehor
., Susan BokkenReattar

1:7.88: :. 17 8888f' < ,.
1. Evenings>'''.6172) co w wwwa cow .es.aar r r

Fast even broiling or toasting) AM. FM police. weather andcrarl Liquid Crystal( g tfgii dplsy, r; S OVER ONE ACRE-with 2BR, We Haver a i".'
'ulldl..let. CityLincoln
Attractive easy to)lean .. _.. It''s portable! w/lotai memory key,0V battery 'r. : Framehouse.. Good loca City end Reno

'Ion. 14500.'

:; HWY U WEST- 38R.IB,
24PIECa S:'. ; .+ i IABHIONeUYI I
4 t Nice Frame home With "
BEVERAGE WILTON op. Severel Income producing apartment. buildings for ,
'"' r BET. SAUCE POT.QT.WUO ,' 'r LADIES! KNIT TOPS, pow. 1 100 iq. ft. Ben Franklin .10.' .' J.'I f

r ,,, qii./ .FAMOUS MAKER fireplace. MUST SEEi: # .
I WATERFRONTConcrete We eeed listings of .11 kinds front all over the ',001.1

err' wEREaAr 5 3.97 1 f rWA Kfr4kS6Shoit Block home. ONLY TWO -. : ..,. S :1 u. .
) OLD. '
$ Z; l ......... .........es.' tank frontage Z
.IVP1f tJUYS1, styles, -.. $.M.L on RIGHT SAMPSON LAKE, PRICED I

Tr 7 OTt SANS SHORT ,' Frame house, lots of frontage S*. 964-6464 "' : <24 Houri $
UP wERE TOChoose I! 367 INSULATED M OR 1" wens 5-; 8 Detourt397. orO1 uvrs 4.S6 rood.ongraded and paved .. H
high gloee. enamel, var. 1 77 1.66 Poly/ootloo blind .buttoned HXHt pcI ryesl.J Lad In ortgM Neat KrW wf.t tcned raae,In MOBILE Approximately HOMI' 12 PARK acre i .
man slain lor wood, quarta.VAPORETTI. WERE.Mr r' com sty**,m(irirvta,ftBC.D-' or"muted prims 9.M.Mk- eat colors, missis' 10IS.MEN'S '
WASJT with B nook-ups now In
wii+ y Madame
SION. Jace
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FLEA COLlAR.UGHTIR.QUARTalZ8, WaALTFUBEAUI'1reAIDS : ,' 'r i BUILDING- two lifts and Palmist- y4j j
CAT OR DOG PERSONAL TOUCH o '+ +. several' remodeled offices l.

p'a/ Z 570 RAZOR REFILLS ,, r 1,; large storage building. 210. Psychic Advfsor twit
FOR WOMEN, 4 K :210 on HWY 301, ?. +
I 1 wenex WIoSpd' TwcnrlaMrWA 990of W. have, commercial. property read your entire lite, Advise on 11

._ BUNBP.IOHTBEACH > e Illmll n on HWY 301 North sit sttalrs'ot life such es Love, Courtship, t i
"" and South, Marriage,Law Suits, and .1 t
4 02. SURE
i ,.{ TOWELS, I Waterfront property .
70z.. '- 1 27 S4", ANTIPERSPlRANtearrMd r r Speculations Overcome all
r. OFP1 INSECT I 2758". i ar uneoMlea, 1.19 r*WORK SHOESWepw17.94! WOMAN-IN-WHJTE SHOE r OB ALL THB FAMILY available. enemle* t bed luox. "
wAe'kw VA and FHA financingavailable. '
k1 '
: /: ;: :-::...'"' 2.97 O'L OF OLAY ; 1I., YOUTHS' 2 88 Tnls Spiritual Medium l'elli'you what you need to
BEAU7YIOTIQN j'er TaOr '"u'rJ Associates. know-She ra superior any other you have ever
....c__ MEN-8 'Irene L.FeulknefEvenings .._ ..
1.77. 40Z. Qenulne leather. .. uppers,ruooad Sturdy wKlge, arepe sole wok 88 consulted 2
3.97 WAeiej or.peeolsaTrtn.n'e1.t wmte ytnyt/uppers. 8 aeto.. r wOfr1EN'Seh7s 'e4-8 44Vede Private IContd.nlb/R.odinps-

: f -. SettlesEvenlMestMS44 Look for the sign In front of her (home Located 2

; 'f''f'W 312{W.JJ Fla. ore U.S. 301 South In Starke Accross From

f-. Julia L. CrtfflsEvenln KOA+Campground '

,..'69-74* .. 6p.n Daily 'e:00 ..m. to VO CO e m. Ph: f fr"
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,, ,PERSONA.t",I I ': "PR'OHU/ ,I Brad'' mfc''MKiftittffgKi iitAsYARD 0

st, VICE" $', i $,EiVfQEt, .. I ,, ;'1'STUCCO, >SUE, '

fart Loss with WKOHT X.II Diet sorely/Plan' and S3 BAKEXS ASPHALT end ...l.. HHp'iWAHUO, : ; JOR1I.S Xt \ cut brick end tar
coating service I* new *erv zrWIiler
Reduc..xc. lluldt ." : stone> rf.. HfVMrtt9fl' All
ss with ,; >
Ing kopltorII.. and r ..
work gue.atied. Phone
Pel -
>- $3 50 Koch. VMMHMVMHMemMMOHlcleraINSURANCS "
Siorke, 2/1 4/5 Drug surrounding areas. Con iALRS. Stark OFFId AND WAREHOUSE 1970 CHIVY PICKUP TRUCKi SAUb and ,*.., / 2tchg 3/22
IOtpd Thursday
tructlon' of new driveway area *ol.. experience Bulldmgsl $123: and $150 J/4 ion, 4VWO whit. spoke IREALTY
IIGN PAINTING Fast. Friday, March 22.23.3 mil**
one and parking lot, repairing rim. Phone "" .5253, 1003 CHAIN: LINK
day MMvtc. s.. Rudy at helpful Phone 37B-ISM Phone 964.5261 or 964 6112 South on l.N.td..l "100. PINCImaterial. ,
and earing exlitlng Notional Standard life Inuronce. TFchgKITCHtNRTTSSi Soutngot Olvo. Stork. .. Do It yourself and
Waldo Flea Mark. of .
everything. Itpd .
osphalt Free .. 23Iltti. ..
So*.. and estimate Equal Opportunity One 8R 2/22 TFchg 3 save. kt. ..tollotlon'labia.' .
TFd Monday' Phon.964.5463. 1/25 TFchg Employer. MYP Call I collect. apartments pool TV. AC 199 FALCONl 4 .... two WEDDING DUll AND VMU Free estimate HandyMan w PHONE OD4-7779

ALCOHOLICS ca IULLDOZU WORK Larg or 3/8 4tchg 3/29 utilities Included. Totally ton*. good condition. phone Long .'--. detachable. Fence Co. .*....,,.. TFcha CBdUATUtWIUfOAR 209 N. Tempi. Gtark Ptond
small fob, kmdcleoring and R-N.'si 762.3Ot".'.3 V '
Immediate opening furnished. Weekly, monthly
ANONYMOUS Phon. long train. Site 9. S73.
.....lIng. Phone Jimmy Martin good 194| FORO MUSfANOi rum PATIO COVtOSi 10x20 SI79unlnstotled.
964-9148 or 64-o382. salary with shift differential rate.. TEMPI MOTEL 880 Phon. 964)8729.) TFpd
TFchg 964-3230. TFchg *. Contact Director N. Temple Ave, Stork., good. Or fl.. Loop Rood PUPS FOR SALES Deer and limited supply.
SIWINO MACHINII BILL'S SAW SHOP Complet of Nuns, Union General Phone 964-7397 3/8 4tpd Phone 9641*9. tpd 3/22 fox hound.. J. C. Hobbs GATOR ALUMINUM. 4420 SPECIAL
REPAIRED All makes sharpening service, circular Hospital, lake Buller. Phone 3/29 1972 CHRYSLER WAGON NW 13th St.. Gainesville
clean.ad. phon 9646789.) Itpd 3/22 Large fronte .hones on Rd. 100W with" 3 bedrooms
oiled and odl .ted. $7. hand, carbide, chain, 496-2323. 3/" 2tchg 3/22 PALMS APARTMENTS Furnished Full( power' ?!'3 ieater.; good 3729767. TFchg)
Work guaranteed. Jam* mower blade hollow ground LETS Bt HONEST If yaw efficiencies and I BR condltl;': 1200. Phon. USED SUMS TRUMPET with HAY FOR SAIL Round bo..... S full belli, centre k..t.ed.k a* *n*ecre.

Strickland, cornr Morgan and balanced. Leave at weren't looking for a new apt*., weekly or monthly. 964-8930. tpd 3/22 cos. and mut*. Cost ever liS each.: Arthur Gasklns. Needs fete lift.
Rd and Hwy 16. TFchg Jackson Building Supply. career you wouldn't b* NEW FURNISHED STUDIOS. 1977 CHIVY NOVAE AC. PS. $300. asking I"'. Excellent Phone 782-3)40. TFchg $15,000
Stork. or Keyitone Hts: roactl"9.thl.. ed and It you' monthly only. 2313 N. Tempi PS, extra, clan $3750. condition. Phone 462-3410, UMUOCKi Allen Taylor
Rft/fODElINO, BUILDING TFchaJ. werent .looking for to '.. Stork. TFchg Adam. Auto Sale.. Alochua. No collect cell.. Lawtey. Phone 782-3172
II' IIS. N.w kitchen, WILSON BLACK TOPPING meon to do 0 lob this adwouldn't TWO APARTMENTSl two K.y.ton.. 4734470.. Itchg Itpd 322GARAGE weekdays after 4 p.m. or Specleu. 3.000 114I. H. S story opt, plus e precieot smell..

balnsj\ ;' family rooms. Brick on motor\ or minor' ..f. b* her*. If youwant bedrooms, unfurnished. In 3/22 IALII Saturdayand anytlm. weekends. TFchg kerne. Walnut It.. SSO.OOO.
bl6tk' concrete. Fireplace Hot coating for roof repairs tie opportunity to Stark. Inqulr To-Rena 1'74 CHIVY LW pickup Sunday at lu's Tavern MANIA HAY Argentina $..000-606 W. Medlsen large 2 story heme-cemer let
'PPt11.*.. GrIHl Construe Ideal for shingle coating. earn tie to five hundred Motel, 1848 N. Tempi Mirado packag. low Klngsley Lake. highly fertilised. Phone $$44.SOO-But new ,brick, with .erythI.-out ef city.

tMiC Phone 473-2106 or Serving Bradford County. Allwork dollar. a week call toll f re. Stark. TFchgKITCHENETTES mll*ag.. S3999 Adam. Miscellaneous ltm. Itchg 9644071. TFchgWATSON'S .,......-Lew ..*.. plant 198. me. needy new.

477 2578. TFchgBRADFORD guaranteed. Phone 1-800-432-8403 anytime ,(forrecorded / and sleeping Auto Sol., K.y.ton.. 3/22 HOUSE OF a.7,800. Hampton Oefct. 330 x ISO Owner will finance 1

SEPTIC TANK ".tr.l".399'.... ,r It', _'lOg.). 3/22 room. TV. AC. maid ser 4734470.197i PONTIAC I'tchg UMons.3/22 AC. COMMEROAL-TYPI upright VACUUMS Many brand of h'."' 72$ McMahon St. 3 BR I B CH4A. 3 lots fenced
SMVKIi Bradford reside I 2tchg3/29 vice. Weakly and monthly.It..tolont Ireeier and 7 ft. drink ban. nw vacuum. Udmachines SU.SOO. Breaker. Neat 3 BR '.1'10 Baths
"ii' 'i'\'J'JI' OPPORTUNITY for on Individual AM/FM power window Both go for S650. Phone ovoflobl Ports
Hal pump-outs. $' 5. Com. 1'C"i\ and lounge $18,000. Wereheuse Brownie St. R.Ilrod.iding..
cJfh: S299S. Adams Aulo Sol. .
full 782.3763.3/22 3/29
1 ,. to run -tim. or available. Underwood 2tchg and occssorle. for all
m.rclal llterited.and Industrial. Fully .. '- ", ." port-tim. bu.lni*. Motel, 3 '/2 mile North of Keystone, 473-4470. Itchg 1979 TRAVEL TRAILER 25 ft., vacuum eystems. 404 NW S37 N. Walnut wonderful hem E 4 furnished opt.
TfehaBASYSITTINO Phon. 94.8121. FREI TO GOOD HOME Two Minimum lnvitmnt. sat Stork. US 301. TFchg 3/22 oil factory option' Privet 10th Av*.. Gainesville, IN acre.pasture. with some tree.. $131.000 owner
obondoned lovobl your own hour Phone I97 FORD PICKUP AC. AT. bedroom Must tell. best of* phone "' '-7'0. TFchg financed.
dog LARGE FURNISHED up'talnapartment. PS, fop, S3799. ,. l.16 W. hetf'527,900..r.edcrtd.l .
DON In my On. large whit. mol. 431.1899 after 930 p.m. camper f. Phone 7823991. Itchg PHI DIRT top soil foundation .
separate an.front. Adam Auttf Sol., of Rd. IOOA-S1SOO OC'.. Owner fin.bt. .
horn*! all ., hound Itchg 3/22 3/22 acres vicinity
ag. oven on* small brown end yards. Jimmy Mar
.. Phone 964-6979 alter
473-4470.. Itchg ... Lake. Ceaeve homes.
nlghter and weekenders. female terrier. They LADY WANTED to kelp out Kyiton DISCOUNT STEREO tin. 964-9230. TFchg *n severe
are 9 30 3/8 TFchg
By w..k or by day tired of living on front 'In small business. Will train : p.m. 3/22 AM/FM/ST B track or DO DROP IN BrgJn Hevsei Keystene-KInf s Rd. beautiful hom.-2000.q. H. SJI.OOO.
Rvcnd Jan Wilson porch; nod good my loving for secretarial and outdoor TWO ROOM and bath apart- I97S GMC: PIckup 6 can.".. S69.9S.: Coon 6-9 US 301 South. We buy and Rd. 100-CB home (.""' .. treller 2A-S49.S20

Phon. .*..,.783-9991. Itchg 3/22 horn. Phone 964-8322. TFpd work. Must *noy| traveling. ment. TV. 3 and 1/2 all mil.utilities North.Underwood .lurnlshd. -. cylinder stick shift low SOW speakers, 4 way. ell used furniture. Phone MS Plnwe-$I.lOO. very plant surprise
.:..'' ---- Living accommodation If mileage, $3995.' Adamt S49.99.: 3 way. $39.95: 2 ".67"0. to S large opt. complex. Ml 70000.
Motel. 3/8
desired. Phone 7823991. Auto Sal., Keystone, way $33: 2 way round Ml 3 BR.2B CHBA $
; TFchg Mon.',,",".. 9 to 6 Frl. and leering 7.000.
I Itchg 3/22 4734470. Itchg 3/22 2995. Discount Stereo, Furnished" 15128 brick S
Sat. 3/1 plus crt "' 7.500.
ftpysfcana' < TFchgVACUUM
HP a?a fids TWO APARTMENTS One BR.furnlthed 1967 FORD PICKUP Good AM/FM In dashT orcassette
Urge A lessen Rd. "' 2.000.

LOANS AVAILABLIiAny BABY-SITTINO In my horn. : "' M'.t'' : O'b;S' (ti; Also, Two,SR AC..furnished$100 month.apt. condition"November' body inspection and engine$350,. speaker SOW$69.93 pr. 4; way 6.' Special from SALEKlrby's Si23; Hoover 13 acre Hwy 301 N B Morgan Rd. Owner fin. ..

homo f-, Dlal-a-Matlc l from S24.90 Store 301 financed Pius
amount or ventur weekdays. Mauls and ) AC SI 29 month. Phon will phone ; en owner apt:
Ethel) G. Balchelder, Rt.2, .nock*. Infant to : :. :: : : : :. :: ,: :. : 964-6201 after 9 p.m.,, ttpd 964.8015.negotiate Itchg 3/22 $35$49.99.: 2: 3 way way'round.$39.95 S29.9S; 2 way: Electrolux from S29.SO: 42A Inside. city' owner financed. *

Bon 409. Keystone "Heights preschooler 473-4312 or FOR BALI BY OWNER) Thr. 3/22 CHAN USED CARS AND 40W graphic quollir, Eureka from 2950. All Commercial. let Call St. owns fl_*... -

FIJ26S6. licensed Mortgage 473-9629. Itchg 3/22. BR 2 bath home In country. OFFICE FOR RENTS Small' TRUCKS at reasonable $59.95. 40W amp. S39; vacuum guaranteed. E*. lewtoy 301 114.000. Commercial ,I

Brokar. phon. 473-2389. YARD WORK n..d Big barn 7 acre, owner will building near town with own price. Adam Auto Sol.., cassette, or' BT under dash pert repair service. All Lake Butler SB crs "'utlfulllrick h_. "- .'

2/19.Tin. something hauled? Need hold mortgage at 8 1/2 pet.. parking lot. N.wly panelled Keytton, 4734470. Itchg S39.9S. Phon.' '....742... .. AI Young. 2 1/2 1300 ecr*. In the N.wberryArcher.r.*. :" .MBrownie
CASH FOR GOLDl Storting. outside of your traitor wash 25 pet. dawn. Phon. and carpeted. Excellent arrangement 3/22 Itchg 3/22 miles North. US 301, Stark. Rd... IIH A plus ho.... '
Phone .... ....
Jwlry, diamonds, coins, ad? Any odd lob| Call R.I. 964-6112 or 964-3261 for for Insurance, 1973 BUICK WAGONi 9 GAS RANGE 30 Inch. gold 3/19 3tchg 4 Iota S2SOO e*. Laurel Beptfst Church Rd. '" t
dental gold. Will visit your Worth Metros, 4751720. oppt. TFchg accounting or real estate. pangr, full power. $75. Good working condi 3/29 41800. Large hem *hi. B acres i t
horn 'anywhr. Mr Rltt- 4tchg 322.DENTAL MOBILE HOMES Why pay Phon. 964-6732. tpd 3/22 Freeman Register III, phon. tion. Phon.473.2938.khg: BACKDOOR SALES $1100West $20.000. D.luse MH 91* Euclid B Epperson St. "" *' '. ; '
more? Buy dirtfrom foe MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 964-5688 day or .468.2703 3/22 follow signs at Alton ',
man, 75-089.2/1 tfnchg. CARIi 40 percent $"."' Let en 30IN 9ar x 21V
selection of 24, two bedroom on Grllfls/ night Itchg 3/22 and Road to Butler Rd.. right. ., ..
BINOOl American L.glon 'saving Individual and tory. Large DISCOUNT STEREO Behind S23.SOO. MH en Rd. 100 with 1% oc,.. '
Post' 202, Sunday 2.3p.mSoturday group Bruce Murphy 14.12 wide. STARKI HOME Loop. Phone 9648816. Itpd -----. radio repair. Repair with Butler Rd.mobIl.home and at Satur 1231 121."" 618 Lake St. fruit trees, nice shrubbery '
: 7 p.m. PublicInvlted.9tpd 473-3827, tpd 3/22. CENTER, US 301 North.Open 3/22 BRADFORD VILLAGE. APTSi I Guidance and Mental quality parts, and fairprices. day. Itchg 3/22 $48.000.1308 Prett 1 BR 2 8 CILIA large den '
9 to duck. 1 to 6 Sunday. Quick rvlc .
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4/2 GARAGI SALIi Saturday, 9 Phon 964-8741. TFchg BR, modem furnishings. AC. Health CliniC: If you! know Pleas call 9647424. Itchg $16,800. Lake. ante F* tot 7F M 4W i

LAKE LOTS FOR o.m. 2 p.m. on east 1973 APOLLO TRAILER carpet walled garden patio someone who need our 3/22 JO FLCRUMDIWTI

SAlEiKeyston Heights. 2 lakevlew Drive, across from 12x70. 2 full bath. 2 lot. off-street parking. 315 W. aulatance l call 964-8388 or PETS FOR SALE AKC mal Lucille Conner Spry Associate 964-8420
beautifully wooded lots on tennis court Itchg 3/22. $'2.000 cash Camp Blen Washington 964,9601. Best 496-2347 3/22 4tchg 4/12. collies; .obl. end white. U2IPhe
clear, land bottom Silver FOR SALE Morbel top coHe* to-call bola 8 3/22'
ding. Phone 533.2831. Itchg a.m. ----- $75. :3 years old. Phon* ..'"-"..
16k. Good terms or discount rob!.. Ilk. Fruit wood
'' new. 3/22 TFchg ..._,... ., .. ,"h" 782-3471 after 3 p.m. .Itchg 397 N.Temple __ MARY KAYCOSMETICS SSA R.O glEtfrl I..
for cosh. Several 1 walnut bos finish. $". Colt TWO TRAILER LOTS In country 3/22

arid 1/4 ocr ham.."..with 473.2126. Itchg 3/22. : : fully equipped with septic USED SEARS WASHIRi Cop. I! PANELING I
octet to lak* Brooklyn at FOR SALIi 1965 Chevrolet WANTED I tank wot.r and poles. i f .Jr.A.t.t : pertone. $30. Phone Just whet pu'_ asked

only ....500 eoch. Commer. Impala, look good run 1 S3S month. Phon. 964-5232- .. ,,'h ., "" h'." .. 964-3812. Itchg 3/22 ..... Louis Starling I
two *. Z CENTER
clql' lot on SR-21 North groat: two 16* utility trailer GOOD- PRICES PAID for used 'days or 94.6363.ws3 1 tchg WOODED"ACRE LOT :3 1/2 .large x.-.a..A.I. end name wired Innings .73.3oaa

available.; Ownr- wheels, on. with new Delta mobll home If I.I 3/22 mil.. South of Stork. Septic SIGN PAINTING Fast one work building" ,.live In one Keystone Height Paneling Molding
Safssman./ 473.4375. 2/22 tire and tub; trailer hitch mortgage, THREE BEDROOMS upstairs, lank, well llmrock day service. s.. Rudy at end. .... pew e I
.3/ paid or ma full BR end full beeldnor
both an* Kitchen Cabinet
Waldo Flea Market. Friday
tfnchgWANTEDiHarrl. for 67 VW bus; home water, HOME SALES ScreenedIn driveway and light pole. -a I
aluminum distiller; and Glrml food downstairs $"00. Phone 964 6698. 3/'5 Sat.. Sunday Monday, Counter Tops
964-5606. 7
Open day front porch end reer. ..yappt. TFchg Good New: I to Country 4 REGISTER I I
pontoon boat 20' 28. CallJacksonville .,. "75-1979.1tchg3l22. 4tpd 45CONCRETI Vanltle.FREE.
; 398-0262 Col GOOD HOMI NIEDIDiColli. TFchg only.' Phon. 9M-S232 MIXER 3 cu. ft.. NURSERY STOCKi Logo fruit BR horn. with 6 oc., smolloilty GAS AND OIL
WANTED Mobil. home I
axle days*'64.6365 "*' Itch, .
to olrfred
lad.ltchg3/22. .-Lobrodor, black and tire. Will Rex, good condition. Phon. trees: poach pear, persimmon > buyer
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY female, spayed. One and pick up.OLIN'S 3/22 473-4823 day or 4732407 nectarine, apple forFlolda. 101 I. St. I
citrus, fig
i 'gr full or port time. Newmanogement hall year' old. 473-3679 SALES 964-S606. Open 7 horn pork mobile homes night 3115 ;2tchg 3/22 grapes ] I
I with Sarah 1SOO BALES of clover guava. Asoleo and 10 acre, just 10% down; ""
after 6 p.m. Mon -Fri. or all day a week. TFchg and ipoces for rant. Phon arid camellia $1.30. '..2.." up.Evergreens : J !
Coventry In Keystone .re*. day on weekend Itpd TOP CASH PRICE PAID for 4682912 3/22TFrhq Pensacola hay Highly f.,- 40 ocr** wooded land with Bottles
.. .. .. hedge plants4hasljjnd.flBwtr'"a '
C..II ott., S ,..... 1421-316I. 322Janet. coins, dental gold fIIL.d.t T,,,25 pe bat* while thru ,"w. & iIAMi.co h '
sterling, stream !
property. s.i
_' d ;3' ,;,r' .;.: ,"'. ." ...-;-;..._,'." .. .. .,>rt"gor"clropfWetry.. ;-, ; : r r0 yj...lonsi.aimm.n"*.....*,.ii.i,-PortecTplant* and, hanging..tT"' '.., .;1red .m "tt&18l )"iinrll 8MI. J; 3 lit Llmnk.
-- chain, optical frame., 5R 233. Starke A, G. from. boskets. Special priced. folly 140 8. Thompson St .l

M. watch bond, etc. Phon. J. \ .. ,1<1.'c. 964-7048 ;3/1S2tpd3/22 Save at CARNES NURSERY priced. HMtMlf. tfirsbts* I'

R.: Bulllngton "".6250. REWARD FOR RETURN of OLASTRON OT-1S0. 1978. 23 mil.. SE of Stark on Hwy ___..... Pleas call hrTIrMetlwtM Old Coca:

TFchg Irish, Setter token from good ski boat has metal 100 at Florahom Phone v...... P. cw..... Broken. 2.1
TARLINGReg. WOULD LIKE TO CONTACT lowtey on Carter Rd flaked point 83 HP Mercury 1-639-2169. Closed Man- GRI. Phone 9448476Prl r.... I :

woman who I I. writing a (Crocker Six), No question with power trim stainlesssteel days, 3/' Stchg 329Lillian Andrew 947739L ...... !
book obotA Italian prison of ask.d..An.ws. to "Red". prop. Clastron boot
Real Estate Broker .Dol 964-7891
and Cobia trailer
war camp that wo locatedout Scar on no... Phone1'

301 North. Motel Lawtey from Camp Standing. L. 782.3282. 3/22 2tchg 3/29 4200.u_" .,....Phone 964.6065. .. .
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S. Wilkins 227 Val.nclaload.
Office 782.3931 1:30: PM e PM DeBary. Fla. 32713. ;

Home 762-3896 3/22 2tpd/ 3/29 HIGH WOODED 'BEAUTIFULLOTS Ralph Bryan Omu! ,/

Real Estate '
SMALL ACREAGE MS Exterior. Large lot shaded
Acres to 2.31 Acre tracts. with Oak and Pecan Tree TOMMY'S 2388 N.Temple Ave. nr"I 'l' :::

Zoned Open Rural. VERY Phn964-e7M"-" ....*. I ,;....

EASY TERMS. A0113 10 Acre frontingon
County maintained LAND ,
Secluded Quiet Secure Office open Monday thru
AOI01 llv. In whll. graded road. OWNER
complete this hOmo to your you FINANCING AVAILABLE CLEARINGWe Over One Acre Each by Saturday appointment...S p.m.Sunday 964-7828 ", .1

specification. Presently' with small down payment.

finished or. a bedroom. $'.800 per ac,.. Offer Fast Paved Road With One. BIG ACMACEi 356 ocres .986 N. Temple Ave./'Starke" Fla.: ,
both ,room walk-In closet with % mile highway frontoga. .
Response Entrance ?0
And .
a kitch.n.living area '
Orj (large lot In Starke. Used to b. a StrawberryFarm Free Estimates Pearson GO FIRST CLASS S BR. 4 3 bedroom. 1 both outside city limit. 2.8 acr.., i t':; 1 f;

: type operation. 8.2 bath Cape Cod on 14 CrystalLacounty )
REALTOR side of Cloy '
Beautiful wooded lot east
OI02 V.ry nice horn In 'Acres with Frame borne Phont. 964-6734 6,000 To 6,500 acre. '
73 ft. frontage ,
with Stucco FIREPLACE In Living Room.
Lawley. 3 BR I.AHTKi.r-lliKlllt: RAMBUNO.4 BR. 2 bath on I

711:1311Ot1funl.hod : six acre. If you're Interested In low utility bills we have just the :
15 % Down 5 Yrs. 2 IK 1260 and located in Macclen-
home for you: Brick Stone beauty
3 2
mobile home on I oc,.. ,
On Balance In town. try FI.3 bedrooms boihs, living room dining room i
$13.500.Handyman'. breakfast,room family room with fireplace, many energy
IMPROVED PASTUU. 70 Central heat and air. Acre lot. .
saving features. '
Call 964-6464 24 Hours' Spclali/ acre of Bradford finest '
: Golden livable house on Hwy. 100S. with 900 ft. on highway. Boylei Highway area.: 10 acres pasture land.

f. .. $3.000.,. 3 BR house
BILLPOWBLLREAL need. repair, $2,900 cash. RAMCHITTISl, 20 acres '9 acre off 301-N. ,.
pasture. S acre and
We are offering two of our mobile home ((7) four acre In country 'I, bedroom; i both from. horn, large' living

1r Opportunity to purchase a 20 acre parcel ESTATE older homes 'In Lawt y: lots ((4)) ten acre lot, ((3)) room dining roam oreo on"10 acres oak and. pecan .'

2-story frame. S IK I both two acre lot., ((3)) one "% t,_.. V"lot :
100 with large porches on cppron. 1 lot .. I "
__. of property on highway w. acre I
It. frontage' well arid
loke, 100 septictank.
SJ1.9SO Sampson '
acre, ? on. ... % ,' !..
..: "4 BR. 1 LAKIFRONTl 12x64 mobile .
terms .large
i frontage also on grade road just 4.5 miles NEW HOMES.: bath frame, 3 fireplaces, 2 home, screened parch ".
Twenty acres on US 301 South.
porches, an S acre*.
West of 301. We have a buyer who wants $''3.500 (equity and PRIM COMMERCIAL. 400 I
Stork.. 3 bedroom and 2 baths
mortgage) ft. 301 frontage with water lovely from horn In
half'of it if you only need 10 acres. and sewer.BUUOINO plus large living room, dining,room modern kitchen, den '
'0 MOI1EY' : and utility room. Garage and carport. Corner lot.Central
VDERAIIS Home B Income: ,3 11. LOTSi In town'' ', '
: both CHI A, remodeled and out.ROOMFUL. heat and," air, 'f.. J.. '..,,:
from.horn on 10 ocr** "
As I with fruit frees and pecan, OP HOUSE New Rive area irick"3 bedroom, 2 be.u9: *'family

out-bldgs., fenced and PLANS or will build from room with fl.plac..control hot and air, ocr lot

' WADE'' A. BEHR, BROKER .... da .ro.. :,Low As'' l1400 bath cross.rental fenced house plus 2$33,600 BR. I _yur tot*. We builder' recommend who will a 2 Iota at Stork. Country Club. *, .r n:4> ;,?:..,, *&

>.1: Pown : terms. build FMAVA or convert, tn' Irving; 'din
\ 2 bedroom block home town: room, room
HIGHWAY 381 N. LAWTEY, FLA. 7823973ROCK&SHND 80 acre form: Comfortable tlenal. Top quality I bath Ig.garage; fenced.bock yard. ';r,;; L y. .
Two New Komes .. construction at a reason' .
SR 16 3 BR, 2 bath horn, large WIg.
barn outfaldgt.. fenced e able ..,Ie.. We will help 2 story from hem In lawn 4 bedrooms;?JMth. living

Near Clay,. County Line cross-fenced 30 .pecan you with plan, material, room,dining" roonu. ?If' '
) I'
and financing. H cost ..
3 Br. 2 Bath. Den 4th trans 150000. !but a few minute of your dining
or ( In country 3 bedroom.1 li bath,living room. | ,area
4 acre up In lawtey. city time, ,for u* to how you CMA10 acre Spot...... ,.
Br Over 400 Sq. Ft., Fully water. $3.000 oc,.. 12 pet. what w* have to offer
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A/C' WitHrCarpef:01: 'down. Tea.ee..e..e..e.sedd.ctb. I I. earLNw.I ,9' bedroom f both;!living room. dining room brick I
r. 'in town. ,
: separate garage j jtjHK
i'. ,) ," 10 acre, fronting SR 230 .... lp v //r- 44-lil*,.v T r .://fiHkrtr: ,'
Call Tbday J and both sides Wilson Id.22oooJ 3 bedroom.' bath frame ocre lets +
/ Handyman. special :,{ .
Et.:. >e '. F t !\ "' : >"t' $ ,: "' ."., ... ,<\'"" ...',...-' "

?; 0 Road Bed Llmerock LtH': &.I'j1 fI..f! 36.33 oc,". 1340 ft.OS 301, .*Hr4620SSreC Brick 4 Oedroom, 2 bath. In town living room family '
SS6.300 terms.tOOAcr roam "with ftreplec, dining roam, CILIA.
Callrtfftr4a.lt UA1TO* Apprax. ocr* lot off;; North Grand St. 1
: o Septic Tank Rock form,appro. 100 Pk.n.9644697

"" H.ss pecan tree*, well, septic S Od4 Dfel.A.aeddsta.m.Ii5.1231 Spacious :3 bedroom. 2 both "home In city. Family room

electric planted pasture with ('''''''lnfIbrlck fireplace. Dining area, living.room
Sand and wood., by
Keystone with .
beamed celling many extra.CEClEw.if.CERTS
paved rood. Good Invest*

964-5533 !""*"'. $130.000.' Brokar

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by EUtahH Terry Mrs. George Kelly. Ito* attar MO, .....--.... be MM are still needed to coach...
Phore7 IN. DonnIe, of the UnTvenMgr FKrMs, .........", ......un5' of our ball team Tiffs to a fun expertone >
Gainesville, will be wttft Il t em tar a ,AU d County fair. and a art
ciiimai ACTIVITIES! week. 7th ., ... They will ft1 : ':P.r---= &M with our youth sosignuptodayll I! .
Mrs. Morris Kelly was a Tuesday I week and then. .; Parents, all team players will be
Gran Visited MHfcodUtt dinner guest of her mother, Mrs. Talk." from April 9 expected to turn In their uniforms at
Bible School Study Course at the Maggie Hodges of Macclenny. Crossroads 0i will be *..*. pleas return your the end of the "' 800. You are entrusted
church every Wednesday night at 9 Reggie Norman,of Gulf Hammock, grade gave three performanoea each June 8 being the last day of school. "favorite recipe" forma. If you would to see that your youth upholdsthis
p.m. The church has a nursery for spent the long weekend with his dad, on Thursday and Friday, Maroh is like to enter a recipe In the LDYA reapponstbUity. Thank you '
pre-achooI children during worship Truman Norman. His mother, Mrs and 16. CooktXMk (to be published) or if you The next monthly meeting will be
services. Evelyn Norman and his grand Members of the cast were: Vajarle would like to order a cookbook of Thursday, April 9 at 7:30 p.m. In the
mother, Mrs. Carl Prevatt, visited Wilkerson, Robbie Brice, Enoch LAWTEY DIXIE YOUTH these local recipes at the cost of $3.00 Lawtey Elementary cafeteria. .

IllriiUod Baptist: him while there. Starling, Amy Lamb, Jerry WI n. ASSOCIATIONThanks please contact Mrs. Ed. Crews,
Home Coming will be observed at Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd Kersey, of William Anderson, Kevin WWIMiaa, 782-3060. This is a delightful, snaring, Menu March 28-27,1979
the church Sunday, MardI'2ISth. All Jacksonville were Thursday dinner David Shepard and Terril.1.nn everyone for the Immense project of our community. Monday-Pizza, tossed salad, potato
are inned. guests of their cousins Mr. and Mrs and costumeuftsowere success of the disco dance. We bad a rounds, lemon pie! milk.
Lonnie Teston. made by the cast. great turn out of youth and Don't forget the car wash and wax Tuesday-Chill w/teans, saltine, cole

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ceballos and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Honaker, of .II you have not paid for your'c&ftfs lf chaperones, couldn't tell who had the to be held Saturday, March 24, beginning slaw, cheese toast, apple crisp, milk.
children are spending torn Ume with Orlando spent the weekend with theirbrotherInlaw classroom picture, please do si by: most funl a at 9 a.m. at Lawtev Elementary. Wednesday-Friday No School.
their brother-in-law and sinter Mr. and sister, Mr. anc March 27 so we can close the account.: "

and Mrs. Bruce Cra..., of Jackson: Mrs. Barry Watts. If you do not wish to purchase the pic.
ville. Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Edwards and ture, please return I it to the school;
Mr.and Mrs Dean Bennett of Lake Mr. and Mrs. O.B. Wiggins, of iwm 11 fllIL f-' HAMPTON AREA NEWS In ''liunlllU I
If have
Butler, are the proud parents! of a Jacksonville, were Sunday dinner you not purchased a year ,
born Wednesday! ,March, guests of their parents Mrs. and Mrs. book,you may still do so. The price is
daughter In Riverside Hospital, Jacksonville. B.L. Wilklson Sr. $289 each. Send cash or check>;;and by DoIJe immrucic caKes and mint cups.Those Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Kinsey and

Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ltesle Starling of Jacksonville make payable: to Lawtey Elementary. Phone 488-I1S attending wore shamrock: name family have moved from Starke to.
Junior Prevatt, and Mrs. Joyce Ben- a week with her daughter, Mrs. Schoof. 'S t cards William Latin donated a their home on SR 325. They recently
nett. of Lawtey. Elsie Norman. KOUND-a pair pf prescription Basic Education gladiolus bouquet In a hand decorated moved from Grand Rapids,

Friends of Tonya Prevail,daughtei- Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Vanzant of glasses in the parking lot. They navetwotoned Basic Education Classes are being flower holder which was won by Ger- Michigan, where they spent two
of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Prevatt Callahan visited their brotherinlawand frames and tinted lenses. If conducted at trude Wentz who was elected Queen years.Congratulations. .
Hampton Elementary
regret to learn that she is patient in sister,'Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardeeon they belong to you, please come by School each Monday and Thursday for the Day. Charles Lemasters won to D.J. Rlddlck and
Sunday afternoon.Mrs. office the shillelagh as the King for whosucceasfullycompletedythe -
Bradford County Hospital. Our the school and pick them up. evening from 7-10 green
R.H. Futch was a Sunday din- p.mj the DAy. 20 mile Bike-A-Thon on
prayers are with her and them. P.E. NEWS. Coach McRae has Miss Claudette Peterson is the
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Luke of t of her daughter Mrs. Ola been working with the students on instructor Following lunch the group sang a Saturday on behalf of the Cystic
Star They attended services at qualified conducting variety of Irish songs led by Joe Ker- Fibrosis Foundation.
Heilbronn Springs were Sunday Physical Fitness this week. From the classes to Interested in
open anyone
guests of their grandmother Mrs. the Baptist church in Graham where results of the testing, a team will be learning to read,write, Improve math rigan and accompanied by Mr. Lahn. S
DaisyBocb her ,James Starling, is the pastor. Vaughan, presided Congratulations
Nellie Wilkinson, aunt Mrs. son chosen to participate in the Countywide skills or brush up on education opportunities. Evelyn president
and sister Miss Lynn Whaley. Miss Arthurtne Blanchard attendedthe Physical Fitness Meet, April at the meeting when Mr. Kerrigan Kenneth and Phyllis McClure are
Mr. Ode Dobbs and daughter, Mrs. dedication of the relocated Sanc- 7. read a poem composed J by Dolly Jo the proud parents of their infant son,
tuary and New Educational Buildings Dowling. Mr. Kerrigan and Mabel James, born March 15 at
Catherine Reddish of Lake Butler We would like to welcome these new Santa/Cemetery/ MeetingTonight Ryan
of the First Presbyterian Church of NesSmfth entertained with jokes. Auchua General He
afternoon with his Hospital. weighed -
spent Thursday students to our school: Honda MannIng
March at
(Thursday 22)
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Starke March 18th and the covered to Mrs. Hamilton's fourth Among out of town guests attendingwere 7lb 7-1/2 oz.and measured 20-1/2
dish dinner after the services. She enJoyed gradeand 7:30 p.m. in the City Hall a meeting Joan Christenson, Sophie inches. He has a three old
Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. year
Robin to Mrs. Tatum's
Manning will be) held for those Interested In the '
friends from Fisher Ada Hoist, Joe and
Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs of visiting many third grade from J.L. Wilklson's Peggy brother, Kasey.
Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Jacksonville whom she had not seen Elementar School i r Thomas Crewsto Santa Fe Cemetery near Hampton Kerrigan Mabel Phillips and Ger- Maternal grandparents are Paul
for Ume.LAWTF.VF'VMF.. Lake. trude Wentz from the Starke Senior
Dobbs spent Saturday afternoon with some and Ruth Meng.
Mrs. Brown's fourth grade from
for of
Five trustees management
Citizens Club. Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh
and Mrs. Arlie Maternal great grandmother is
their Mr.
parents Jacksonville Heights Elementary be elected at this
; this to
NTARY SCHOOL cemetery are Brannen came from Lake Bedford, Toledo
Dobbs. Other guests of the Dobbs and Roger Padgett from Marjorie K. will be to Freda Meng of Ohio.
meeting. Attorneys present
were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Toole and -HONOR ROLL from Mrs. Golden's Rawlings Elementary to Mrs. receive nominations for trustees and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrance Cosgrove Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meng
family on Saturday afternoon. Class: Pam Austin Lamar Crews, Tougaw's second grade. This bringsour conduct the It is from Waldo Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert celebrated their second Wedding An-
to meeting. Important fast
Gustafson Cosgrove of Liverpool, Ohio, Mr. niversary on March 18 by dining at
TMI and Mrs. Wayne Philip Crews, Michael Gowens,Janet enrollment to 368 students. that having lots or family
and daughter, of Philippines,,spent Griffis, Evan Mosley, Jimmy Muse anyone and Mrs. Charles Lemasters from Gainesville's Brown Derby
otherwise interested in this
Saturday afternoon with their grand and Evette Scott. Mrs. Fullwood's and Mrs. Rippl- plots or Easley, S.C., Isabelle Haydlila from Restaurant with family members.
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. -On March 13. Pam Austin and Evette Inger's classes will be visiting the cemetery be present to voice votes. Meriden, Conn. Coming) from Lake Mr.and Mrs. Jim Gordon of Toledo,

Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited Scott won the spelling bee In Mrs. Bradfound County Telegraph on Geneva were Susan Angelovich, Mr, Ohio, visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng
their brother-in-law and sister Mr. Golden's class. They will compete in March 26, and the Florida Times 4-H Club that the and Mrs. Stephen Angelovich and Peg and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng Monday
Debbie Roberta
and Mrs. A.P. Hallman, of Keystone the school spelling bee on March 22. Union-Journal in Jacksonville on reports Dacey. evening. Jim was a former
March 27 in connection with their Hampton 4-H Club will conduct a bake Game to
Heights on Tuesday afternoon.Mr. prizes were presented neighbor of Paul and Fran and was i
and Mrs. Tommy Godwin of -A-B HONOR ROLL fourth in Mrs.six weeks RIpplinger's study of Tallahassee's pilot program, sale this Saturday, March 24, beginn- Virginia Cosgrove, Lynn Hall, Peg enroute home after spending four I
Gainesville spent Saturday afternoon class for the N.1C.E. (Newspapers In Consumer ing at 9 a.m. at the Bradford Square Dacey, Sue Brannen, Lillian Hall- months in the Fort Myers area. r
I with their brother-in-law and sister, In Basic Subjects for seventh grade: Education) for the past several Shopping Center. Ada Hoist and Isabelle Haydilla. I
Wayne Brown, Michelle Bright Pam weeks. The Club met on March 13 at the The group honored Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice. Cribbs Planning Days !
Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey and her son-in- Brice Jane Griffis Chastain Steve, Wayne Marshall,, "Tote" bags were ordered this past home of Mrs. Carolyn Joyner. Certificates Lynn lall by singing "I Love You March 28, 29 and 30 are designated
Richard ,
week. should arrive at the of Recognition were Truly" In celebration of their 54th
law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. D.R. They as Teacher Planning Days.
Brown and family were Sunday dinner Virginia Massey, Barbie Newport, school: within 4-5 weeks. We will send presented to Tammy Peeples, Kim Wedding Anniversary. Students will have this long
guests of their sister, Mrs. Nancy Teston, Penny Ray notes home as soon as they arrive.' Smith and Doll Waters at this The Club wishes to thank all for weekend to house clean, do yard

Wyolene Day and son Keith and their BeU.Coo.ratulatlonl. Construction will begin on our new meeting.Plans were discussed for the their kindness, including the Handy work, relax, attend the Bradford
grandmother, Mrs. J.B. Taylor, of to Nancy Teston wing in the near future. We look for- bake sale and for projects to Fair.be Way Store which furnishes ice for the County Fair and to read in prepara-
Jacksonville March 11th. John Tinier, Bruce Howard andWayne ward to having this new addition to entered in the Bradford County meetings. tion of the CTBS testing which will be
Mr. and Mrs. Hernia Kelly attended Brown for being the top four our school as with our present enroll- At the conclusion of the meeting conducted upon their return to school.
the Bradford-Union County spellers in the seventh grade spelling ment and the projected enrollment refreshments were served by Mrs. Congratulations Testing Is scheduled to begin on April

Retired Teachers Meeting on Thursday bee. Bruce, Wayne, and John will for the 197940 term we really need Joyner. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall celebrated 17, so students will need to brush up
in Lake Butler. They had a represent the 7th grade In the school these classrooms. As of now, every their 54th Wedding' Anniversary basic skills.
covered dish dinner and after that spelling bee March 22nd. space available Is being used for student Senior Citizens March 14 by dining at the Western Students and school: personnel will
they attended to business. -Mrs. Rlpplinger's health classes are Instruction.The The Hampton Senior Citizens Club Steer Steak House with Mr. and Mrs. be bake In school on Monday, April 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kelly and son continuing their nutrition unit studyIng 5th six weeks began March 6. had a attendance at their St.Patrick's R.O. Copeland of Valdosta, Georgia.
Justin of Jacksonville and Mr. and food labels, proper food storage, We have only 60 more days of school covered dish luncheon held Lynn and Lillian continued the Honor Roll

Mrs. Eddy Cox of Milliard spent the and handling tips in grocery shopp for this year. Students will have a March 16 in the City Hall.with white and, celebration by dining at the Famous The name of Brenda Bawek was
weekend with their Mr. and ing. Tables were covered Amos Restaurant in Orange Park on
parents vacation, the days of the Bradford green cloths, and decorated with omitted by mistake from the 4th
Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh
F -d----.- --- ... Brannen. grade grading period A-B Honor Roll.
Brenda is an excellent student and

,. ... was recently elected president of her ;.
1 BirthdaysDebbie t." ,
/ sixth grade class.Kindergarten. '
nr Bigham celebrated her birthday -
'SSf.OU on March 17. Eric Nugent had .
his 8th birthday on March 18. Robbie Birthdays

Padgett turned 8 old on March
r.1 fOtat \ 19. years Scott Williams and Donnie Roberts
14f. ftr.1f.C1.U"6 both celebrated their 6th birthday on

VisitorsMr. March 15. Mrs. Lavon Drlvas, Music
Instructor, began the day for them by
\1 and Mrs. Walter Sackevich of
leading their class In singing Happy
Vermont three
Burlington, spent
110 Birthday. On Wednesday the.
. days last ,week with Mr. and Mrs.
Class had for
Kindergarten a party
1\O\\S Sylvester Smith. Their families grew
those and March
having February
up together, so they enjoyed a nice
"f.SUISC"f / visit.
: / Allen Blrt spent from Friday to Sun- LUNCH MENU

day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. March 26-27 .
Eugene Birt.Allen left by bus for Fort .
Jackson, S,C. where he is stationed '
wjN\ DON'T LET THAT. with the U.S. National Guard. MONDAY, March 26Hamburgeron

Surprise visitors of Mr. and Mrs. bun, lettuce, tomato, pickle, potato
Lonnie Melton on Saturday were Mr. rounds, cake w/banana frosting,
and Mrs.. Leonard Melton of Spring milk.
Hill, Florida, Mrs. Odessa Mc- TUESDAY March Peanut but
HAPPEN TO YOU Conaghy and family and Mr.and Mrs. ter' sandwich, macaroni & cheese,

Otis Melton and baby. green peas, fruit tup: milk.

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-SINCE187\\>> }' Dates to Remember: March 28-30, Increase of 49 new students. DurIng
1979 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS the same period of time, 25
," ioj, students withdrew.School enrollmentis
.. tit 1 4A p4 'IIi'! SCIENCE DEPARTMENTMRS. up to 730 at the present time. New

e BROWN'S classes are in an students are enrolling from all over'

rgrap : rr Astronomy Unit. They are learning the country.4H. ;
r : facts about each of the nine planets In

: our solar system. Students are encouraged HORSE CLUB
to listen to and bring in Mr. Brunetti is the 4-H Horse Club

Will 'Increase Subscription Rates April 1 1st. news items pertaining to on-going leader. On Saturday, March 24 at 9
: frr: e. ,i space exploration.MR. a.m. in Hampton the Starke 4-H Horse

r < '.'i 1' '.' ABDULLA'S classes are wat- Club will have a trail ride. Thirteen:
i ? ching and participating in an enjoy- Middle School students will participate ,
Here's Your Opportunity To Renew Subscription now, At TodPfJce able demonstration about air in the ride. Food and refresh
pressure as part of their study of ments will be served after the morn-

Earth Science. Have you ever seen an ing ride.
For Up To 3'Years . egg sucked)into a bottle Members will also participate in
MRS. DYAL'S classes are working the Open 4-H Horse Show In Starke ori

with materials In an Electricity Unit. March 31.
I. I
) This past week they worked with
I $800. various power sources and learned HOME ECONOMICSMrs.
Send the difference between direct current Norman's Home Economics
In County County (DC and alternating current (AC). classes will be planning a meal and
cooking it. Emphasis will be placedon
''''' MRS. LOPER'S classes are com
pleting a short unit on Sound A ques- setting a table correctly: attrac--
tion you might like to think about tively and good table manners.
Does Sound Exist I If There Isn't Anything The students will also put to use
To Receive It? Next week we their skills on planning organizing'and

NAME_ .. .. ........M..II..M.. ::,", . will oegln a study In Magnetism and using limited- time for preparing
.', 1 learn all about this power that seems their meals. : ,;'

ADDRESS :' .._........__..... .... so mysterious. ..
....:." .. .. ..... I .II 7 MRS. CLAKK'S classes''' are 'completing .., '. II 11 ''I 11 -.
their units. They will begin a

i! CITY, STATE ... ,. ZIP .: new unit on Monday as they welcome BRADFORD ROPING -
Mrs. Morrow who will be their
teacher for the remainder the

Enclosed Is My Check F6r '$ ... For YearsA' Mrs. Clark is on maternity leave.year. Important This Saturday Dates March 24 the Bradford "-

BAND STUFF Roping Club riders will join with
8 other clubs for a Frolic at 9 a.m. at
for the
March 16-The band played
I the Macclenny arena. Since this is,an,
: held at the. BHS
Special Olympics all day-all night event\ ,will not have a'

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Track.March 27-The Advanced Band will show at our arena that night -
Saturday, March 11. we will not bcr
appear in concert with the high school:
riding so everyone can go and enjoy
BHS Auditorium.
band the
P. o. Drawer A Starke Fla, '32091 the Bradford County Fair. "
: March 31-The band Is preparing
.; Then Saturday, April 7 at 9 a.m. an
; j. : L I; three ((3) concert pieces to play In the,
will meet the
the clubs at Lake Butler'arena
', .- < .. .. ,' Florida Band Masters Association
; NOTE Now Out A New Subscription 2aYears I'J '. \ Contest which will be held at the for another Frolic. April 14 we :
Renew Take .
I .:,. Or Fort ,...,': University of Florida beginning\ at will ride at our regular time 7 p.m.
I. .. *"' '': Saturday night.And on April 21 au theclubs
I I, .', 10:30 a.m. will meet at 9 a.m.Mt the Bradford
,' ,. PaY'14 'lnCounty-'H'. Out Of County ,". ",- Club for our annual
,, ._ ,- : Vi, -1 Please
,:' ,.' ,1'*/' .: \ : ....,MDDLESC1IOOLENROLLMENT Frolic. keep these dates In
;:. .,. j\.. 'i.. ) '.':, : "SAVEioo' : _. '" Mr. Snell announced that since' mind and join us at the various
January of this year there has been areou.Pag4B .

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