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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 29, 1979
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Strawberry Queen Sarah Biggs and pearance of Miss America.Kylene needlework,food, arts and crafts," and y f
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County Commissioner Hazel officially Barker. Miss America attended the horticulture. '
I opened the 29th edition of the fair Wednesday night from 7p.m.. Booth Winner '
'Bradford County Fair at 11 a.m. and is scheduled to appear again today Booth winners at the 1979 fair were
yesterday (Wednesday, March 28) (Thursday, March 29) at 1 'announced Wednesday afternoon: rCornmercial1)
I ) A ,under bright, sunny side for the The midway will open each nay at ) Things by Hand 2)
I 'R.r traditional ribbon-cutting ceremony. noon. Sawyer-Slade 3) $tan Noegel, a >9ll
Admission to the fairgrounds is 50 Studebaker. ,
ioFair Hamilton Association President Tommy cents. A four-day pass costs $4.f Fair Adult'Education- Va-Tech Hor

'to the fairgrounds welcomed, some US-301 SO persons Association members can buy a 4-day ticulture 2)) Bradford Agriculture Extension :.
on north pass for one dollar. Service 3)) Bradford-Union .
'just Bradford prior to the ribbon cutting. The See inside this edition of The Association of Retarded Citizens. .

,a.flag High ROTC drill team held Telegraph for ribbon winners in the Junior Education-) 4-11 2) FFA
raising ceremony. fair home product Judging in 3) GIrl Scouts .
: Hamilton introduced Mrs. Paulk as ,
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si supporter of agriculture, and Queen
Sarah snipped the ribbon to open the .
fair";
Good'ForBond'
Hundreds of people have worked Prospects
thousands of hours this week making
I Ii i, ready booths and exhibits for the fair. ,
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.President Hamilton said that for the
Ont time the livestock barns are fill- i

ed capacity,and that some wouldbe. IssueToRepairRoads 1 ,,'
,. 'entrants had to be turned away. ,: i,

*. .1I III! I I I .;, Rotarlans started cooking ,2.000 ,',' ,

: chicken dinners at 0 a.m.Wednesday.
At$2 per plate,they sold out early as .
I-L.y :.(in previous years. "j
Some 16,000 advance ride tickets
I ICI i i were sold for 25 cents each prior to the

I"q 4 lair fair opening. Ride tickets bought at Bradford County officials learnedat the, same priority list the county offered ; !
will
.pie cost SO cents each.
J .! last
Friday's annual Department of to DOT last year and the year
One of the busiest inert in the county Transportation (DOT) workshop that before with the paving of 3.8 miles of
this.week will be Fair Manager Bill prospects are good for state approvalof Crawford Settlement Road tops on the
Wilson who is responsible for coon their planned $700,000 bond issue list That paving project Is said to_
.dinating the booths ,animals, and for secondary road work. carry a $1 million price tag so completion -
midway and the hundreds of people DOT district engineer Walter Skin- of any of the priority projects "
btvotved with the fair. ner told the three man BC delegationto In the five year period ending in ;
Some 50,000 visitors are expected id the workshop-road committee 1984) Is at best unlikely since EC's
go through."'the fair' gates before t It head Dave Shuford, board Chairman secondary road fund has been bone I

., r & fclose, at midni hLSaturday. Friday. Maxie Carter and County Clerk Gib dry recent years. ."
,/ { / and.Saturday nights are traditionally l ,- Browp -that tad bond Issue wouldi9Im1klo.r..u..staJe..c.bilm.w.be Clerk Brown has estimated that" J'In
HL t Jh 'tfltfiflBt,J>lllhla.iiffilL ** t\F-r\ -.JMit....Nta ., 1J.tadtO.lt1.w: .$12300 InJlec< 'visftor* have been going through the month with approval likely. des ry road funds in 1979. hardly :\ W;:
gate in a stead/ stream since noon "They (DOT) seem to be receptive enough to start a new road project.
Wednesday. to the Idea of going on with the bond Before Friday morning's work session ,
riia; Last year the parking area was expanded Issue application" Shuford said Mon the commission was : \
consider
with a large area added Just day. "Their engineers talked about placing repaving Items
north of the fairgrounds. Visitors are the repaving projects on the list the five-year priority list-Just in case ,
Wty1 requested to enter the new parking costing $800,000 now instead of the bond Issue fell through. I
area one way Just north of the $700,000 but we're going to go on with "If the bond Issue was going to fail
highway patrol station, and exit the original application. U we started we would have wanted to put retopp
'another way, still further north. The all over and ,asked for $800.000 it ing on the priority fist" Shuford ex
/ old parking area between the fair would end up costing us $900.000 next plained. 'there's not much point In j
complex, the ag building, and the year so we might as well get the paving a mile of new road for$.': 0,000 t
farmer' market will be filled first money and do some roads if we! can. and let a half-mile of old road go to
When fWed, the old area will be closed "If we are $100,000 short we'll be bad instead of fixing it for $30,000.
The glittering' lights of the ferric and traffic routed to the new parking able to come up with It somehow." "Now if we don't get the bond issue'
wheel reign over the Bradford County area north of the fairgrounds. If Friday's workshop was actually a we'll go back to DOT and amend our .
Fairgrounds as the excitement of the everybody follows directions there hearing session to let area counties priority list to get some retopping
fair moves Into town for another year, should be space for 1,000 cars, says submit five year priority lists for pro done."
fair manager Bill Wilson to be done with secondary road
funds The other priorities on the list .ub-
il +A :I Above left-- County Commissioner Fair Visitors are asked this year "to accrued through taxes on gas milted are: 2) The paving of 2.6 miles i
Maul Paulk offers a hand newly sold In the county. With the news that ..,'
please cooperate with the Junior of Laura Church Road and 3) the ex-
crowned the bond
Strawberry Queen Sarah issue
the
was Bradford
ROTC students from BHS, who will be likely, tension of Bessent Road east and west
+, ; Biggs cuts the ribbon and the 1979 spokesmen earmarked the'
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ura ,4 ,, to Flume Road.
directing traffic in and of
{ out the ,
fair under for
at $700.000
gets way II a.m, repairs and retopping of
f Wednesday.At parking areas of the fair, says Bradford's deteriorating secondary
Wilson. "By following the ROTC'atudenCs"
roads, and submitted a list of new
left. Queen Sarah Biggs Is flank'ed directions" the traffic now road constructions to the DOT. It was
should be
by first runner-up Melanie Morris,' smooth (See accompany
left and second runner-up. Lynn ing map.) r
Barber. Wednesday was Senior Citizen'sDay.
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" during which all senior citizens, GrandJury ,,', '
Above. It seems this hog disagrees.with anyone 55 or over,were!admitted free
his handler about.getting onto of charge for the day.
the scale, but the hogsteers.,' and :The annual Swine Show was set H
cows were all herded Into their stalls Wednesday night at 7 p.m. Some 60 To Probe City'Police
,despite their stubbornness.. entries 13 more than last year,wereentered
in the show by qualified 4-Hand
FFA students from Bradford and ,
.\' Union Counties. The Swine Sale will ] ChargesThe Sunday, AprlH
take place tonight (Thursday, March
Pretty Sarah Crowned 29) at 7 p.m. 1
Biggs The Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA case of two suspended Starke Annual Hall Reunion t
Theressa Comm.Center
Steer Show is set Friday. March 30,at policemen and circumstances surrounding P
Basket Lunch
( 7:30 p.m. Some 34 steers are entered, their March 2 suspensionwill Pr
.. 7 more than last year. The Steer Sale be considered by a Bradford 1:00 P.M.MondA. ,
4 is set for 7 p.m. Saturday.A County grand Jury y, March 29,
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1 Bradford Strawberry Queen: highlight'. of the fair is the ap- ana and Friday ponce records March 30 were, after suopoenaed witnesses "' ,,April 7 .- {

':'\ by State Attorney's investigators this 6radlordounry -' .' l'
week. n ;
Pretty and poised Sarah Biggs Instructions from Universal Dance were to give a 3-minute response.The Fiddler on Roof Commission Meeting'; '
,possessed all the qualities the Judges Studios, a silver bowl from the Judges voted once again and the winners .i No order for a grand Jury investigation .:!:30A.M. f i
'- thought necessary and was crowned Chamber of Commerce. $50 from the were announced. has been filed with the countyclerk's '

the 1979 Bradford County Strawberry Junior Woman's Club, and numerous Miss Melanie Lorraine Morris'was' To Be Staged office, but Assistant State At- Lawtey Council ;Z7rZ0 Z;
Queen before a capacity crowd Satur. gift 'certificates from, local merv.. named first runner-up in the pageant. a torney Len Register would go a* far : '
day night, March 24, in the Bradford chants. Melanie is a senior at Bradford High j as saying the investigation was I: i
High Auditorium. Sarah Is having a very busy week, where she is active' in'.band and 6 Bays in April 'highly probable.!Starke Police Chief .q';,l"; ::';;"_ 2n 4 :r rTU.'dAY
Sarah, the 17-year-old daughter of as the new Strawberry, Queen, reign chorus: She hopes to pursue a career, Jimmy Bowen confirmed that the ,April t _: ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Biggs of Starke Ing' over the 1979'Bradford County. in music using the clarinet as her ma- grand Jury would consider the case,
was sponsored by' Plggly-Wlggly. Fair which opened Wednesday with, jor instrument first runner-up she "dd1er'on the Root the longest with results. of an internal police ,Stark :OU %;;
where she is employed. The Bradford ,ribbon cutting ceremonies. received a silver 'bowl from the running Broadway play,will be staged 'department investigation and subpoenaed floe ... #
beauty, daughter of a Japanese The ballots were tabulated after the .Chamber'of Commerce, $25.00 from by the Starke players April 12.13,14 witnesses' testimony and .
mother entered the pageant on a lark girls modeled' their outfits and the Junior, Woman's Club, a silver and Richard April 19,20,21,according to Director : records offered for review by the M lhodlitChurch, l'' '
with two other friends;each agreed finalist* were announced. The seven charm from William's Jewelry,disco JockeLThe grand Jury. Covered Olsh Supper7p.m.WamaiUClub' ; ,
they wouldn't enter if the other two advancing to this round of competition dance Instructions from. Universal ninth production of the local Bowen said he.and au: police officers ., I
didn't. weret' Gladys Ann Ayers daughter Dance Studios,, and numerous-other Starke thespian. group will be staged at the and investigators had been called V ./ .....,,-..- > I ..'
Miss Biggs will reign over the Brad .of Lewis M. and LUlie M. Ayer gifts from locu merchants.- Golf and Country Club. Thedinnertfieatre by the state attorney's office "'I AillportsClub' t'1' ...
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will feature
ford County Fair which runs Wednesday .. sponsored Iby Bullington Studio and Wes Jacquelyn Marie Barber also menu '" Field H ''se 3sp.in.: e;!'l '
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Gift! one-pamd char-trolled steak a Register would not : l.l \ ,
through Saturday. Shop; Jacquelyn Marie Barber, a senior atBIiS was named second r
of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. runner-up in the contest. Lynn's plan salad bar. baked potato and B-B-Q on which poliot records! head obtained .. ,, : I ), ',
Sarah was selected over 16 other Barr, sponsored by Affordable ,for the future include a career m the bread. but Pollee Chief Jimmy f : '
high school and college beauties by a Homes of FUuj Miss Biggs; Cynthia medical field. .As second runner-up Ticket are $8 for the dinner and Bowen has said that the investigators t jrhurilday\ ,,April( .....: : .. :;:.:: .
panel of six Judges.AU of the girls hada Lee Griffith daughter of Mr. end Jacquelyn received a silver .bowl, stage production! Phone Mrs. 'Pat 'can have any records- they need." I"/ / : I
personal interview with the Judges Mrs. Donald L. Griffith,sponsored by i from the Chamber >of Commerce Spencler, aet- ota. for tickets. C.entywide- ,vSpeH ., $ Q
14 Denton and '
early Saturday afternoon. The With a cast of over 30. "Fiddler on Devoe CaPe: Scottie 'na ea-.ViJ.-; ,, ''
World, from .
Sportsman's Inc.;' MelanJe- $15.00 Junior Woman's (pub, a Rhoden ; !:
the RouT' is the most ambitious project were suspended with pay by,' ". \ '
competition was finalized Saturday'night Lorraine Morris, daughter" ,Jean .UVft'cbarmfrmn 'U'4' ,j. i. .
with the modeling of sportswear and Bob Morris, sponsored by LookingGlass along ,with the lenes'OWI'g1f WiIl.Iam'aJewelry;': ,,from,, of,Uw local players to date. were Bowen filed March with the 2* after accusations<< ,;, ,"'." { ....:. .L.'U. I:' ,;.'1 i '0'
Cnflrl HaUls Billy state of "
the attorney's "
swimwear,,,and evening wear; Styling Center t Cassia Lynn; local merchants j doing scenery, '
lice and. i
For the three modeling categories! Riddick, (daughter of''Joe'and' Ruth Jana Ann, Godwin wasVchoceri\, by McRto I* musical director, and department passed a''to tbiIt ,pottic.! ') i"In( ,
Sarah chose a bright green short suit Riddick, sponsored ,by.Hurst Shell;' her competitor a*Mia Congeniality, Gene Tanner is handling the I lighting.an /

an aqua one-piece'awimsuit, and a Station, and Catherine Ann Shoening, She was' awarded a plaque which: was Bowen ordered the,now:cornpleted ',SItP.L T ""atrpd" di' ; "
red, rhinestone enbanced empire daughter of Herman and Catherine ',presented by 'last year*. Miss. mre: 'Fa investigation of.the depart' stetk9it'V "" '
waisted evening gown. Shoening sponsored by Florida Bank; ; Congeniality Jody Atc&saiWana is r... men after but would' Hwraor a. :, ,I '). "
The queen's awards include an $800 ,at Starke. 'senior' at BH3 where she partici- I not ) tlM8UIIE of the Investigation ".yson. H.Ignk. ,..' t ..:a,,' ."_ '
modeling scholarship to ,Barbizon These girls were tertaakedoneofa'variety ,pates |n ebeerlesdlng..tennis Md.pep Jury' Hwy" 100 And 21-A'' .1, i?w.J1tl', r (" I
School of Fashion disco danrinir 4,56' '.I"'""'
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I ,Doris Nominated Hospital Overstreet AuxiliaryMrs PresidentOf I VJ ) e192Jz! .: 1l 1e .::(7.fTk: Aa1ilctadyd ? '




fl/cPOry SePoety lJ1.r"I I'' s: ; ,
saris Overstreet was : :
Dominated president dIM HodpMaJ : ..... ,. _, to. II ...- -
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Auxiliary at the supper meeting Mon.day
night held at the Western Steer
The Claude J. Johns
Steak House. ,1' tni 1
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Mrs. L. C. Early, nominating chairman Sri "
presented the following! slate of To Celebrate'SOthAnniveFsoryAlpril'8

officers to serve .with Mrs. i ii
Overstreet: first vice-president. Mrs. a J OtiVy
Drew Reddish. second vice-
president Mrs. W. J. Frick; recor
ding secretary. Arthurine Blanchard; t Ail friends and relative are Invitedto

corresponding secretary Mrs. Nellie attend the !troth wedding anniversary ,
McGee; treasurer. Mrs. Linda Johns. reception Sunday April 8 from 3 r?
The officers will be installed at the to o'clock for Mr. and Mrs. Claude
April 30 meeting, which will meet at Johns at the Lakeside Community
Brenda Sapp.Lraaard the Western Steer Steak House. Center in Lake BuUer given by their
Grim Mrs. W. J. Frick, president, presided sons and wives Dr. ana Mrs. Claude k
over the meeting where final plans J. Johns, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs, Ken-
were made for the Auxiliary hamburger neth C. Johns. .
Brenda Sapp.Leonard booth at the County Fair. i The family request no gifts please. r,

New curtains, furnished by the Auxiliary t ar
GriffisEngagement will be hung In the dining room .

by the end of the week. The Auxiliaryalso Elkettes 1802.tns'
Told plan to provide new curtains for Martha Buckley,
the rooms in the front wing. Randall McGee .
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:Mr and Mrs. John B. Sapp.'announce ; ...;'- Mrs. A. C. Basford, Hospitality (I ;' Officers, S 4,1 41I
the engagement and Shop chairman reported new stock Martha W
approaching marriage of : their has been added periodically and she Buckley, 1 The newly elected officers of Elket-
daughter, Brenda Lynn to Leonard needs more volunteers to keep the ten 1802, for the 1979-80! year were Installed -
Victor Griffs son of Mr.; and Mrs. shop open during visiting hours. Randall McGee"t. ; at the March 19 meeting at the ,

Woodrow D. Gr ffis.all of Starke. ,. Elks Lodge. I
A June 15 wedding is planned for S Engagement Told ,> : Exalted Ruler freely McConnell
p m at the Madison Street Baptist Miss Dora Triest .|g Jr. installed the following officers:

Church with reception in the church *... Ada Domlnlannl, president; Robbie
Fellowship\ Halt Honored at LuncheonMiss Mr. and Mrs Gary Buckley .; Nichols, vice-president.; Corrine
Muss Sapp and }lr. Griffis are both nounce the engagemnt of : Louth secretary. Rose McConnell
graduates of Bradford High School daughter, Martha Sue to Joseph their: treasurer! Ethel Eddy, historian and
Triest bride-elect of
She graduated in 1978 and be Dora dall] McGee, son of Mr. and Novia Ward and. Margaret Brown,
Lonnie Broome, was honored with a McGee. **> members of the board.
Griffis Joseph
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1974. is
graduated in
bridal luncheon Saturday, March 17,
Elda Mae Spear was chosen for the
Container
employed at Corp. Theressa home of her sister-in-
at the Elkette of the award.
year
law. Mrs Ernie Triest. A June 8 wedding is pinned at the Next meeting of the Elks and Elket- II i Ile IleI
First Church.
Ul1'1JC\TF. BRIDGE Baptist tes will be held Monday April 2, at the
'U'U RESULTSH Those attending were Mrs. Carlie Elks Lodge with a covered dish sup-
Tried mother of the bride-elect: at 7 followed by the business
Miss Buckley and Mr. McGee araw,,, per p.m. I
of the
uiners at Duplicate Bridge Tues- Mrs. Louise Hall, grandmother both graduates of Bradford Highs' ,',. meetings at 8 p.m.
das night were' first Rhea Johnson bnde-elect: Mrs. Francis Broome aniiMiss School. She graduated in 1973 and he j h
and Lara Francis, second tie, Mrs. mother of the prospective groom graduated in 1971. Miss Buckley also '*ij
.. U Hamilton and Mrs FJ. Shaw, Trust's seven attendants. graduated from Stratford Women's Xi Iota Delta Holds
the occasion were
and Mr ,and Mrs James Womack Hostesses for Ii
third Jeff Wrenshall and Eva; Mrs. Vanessa Triest and Mrs Betty College,in Tampa. #t Preferential Tea Mr. and Mrs VMUiam M. Adams

Ma then-son Millican of Keystone Heights. > j

,a. March 18 Denise Winkler and William Mark Adams


The Xi Iota Delta Chapter of Beta Repeat Vows March 17 at First Methodist

Sigma Phi held its Preferential Tea
Miss Denise Suzanne Winkler and Davis, David Silcox and James Jutts.
Sunday. March 18, from 3-6 p.m. at
MALONE the lake home of Cherie Cox. William Mark Adams were united in Mrs. Stephen Crosby served as
marriage Saturday March 17, at 7 matron of honor and attendants were

i i. The tea table was covered with a p.m. in the First United Methodist Miss Cheryl Godwin, Mrs. Rodney
hand embroidered and crocheted Church with Rev. George L. Harper Crosby and Mrs. James Montuoro.

cloth centered with an arrangementof performing the nuptials. They were gowned alike In floor
and The bride is the daugher of Mr. and length mint green silest featuring a
yellow roses, greenery babys
Four "Spectacular" Values CHOICE breath in an antique hobnail Mrs. Warren Wade Winkler. The Grecian neckline, empire waist and

To Choose From milkglass bowl. At one end of the groom is the son of Dr. and Mrs 11.11. tie on the side. They carried nosegaysof
table was the silver tea service and at Adams, all of Starke. mixed spring flowers consisting of
the other, the crystal punch bowl and The altar was flanked with two pink sweetheart roses, baby's breath
silver ladle baskets of spring flowers consisting of pink miniature carnations, yellow
Choose size OF pink gladioli i, mint green fuji mums, and white daisies, variagated pink
your Those in attendance include rushee pink anthurium, white and yellow carnations and mint green statice.

choose your comfort Mrs. Rose Smith, Mrs. Linda Bowen, daisies, baby's breath, eucalyptusand
Ms. Cherie Cox, Mrs. Dlan Hodge, statice. In the background were Flower girls were Amy Adams.and

and save! .-- COM iMrjC;Barbara Patray, Mrs. ,Brea ,t- .Brooke Watson. .
'-- FORltfh. Made Mrs. Mane .. ;Given +marrAg\'by; ;he'tlbther,
r: .. } : ,. Wynn '> 8u k 11
:: ;? a :..melawynn.Woman's ate411YUh! IMclI4\Um bpy&1tIM..tayslllq l1 1: tJMIbridei4WJlre lo iJk MAIHIMove, taF"fpt .
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}iiI. ,;,_,: .I..C\R .4 hnn .M 'n .n .? carit # ight''g d1JN> tdtn"ltieem
ClubExecutive A program of nuptial music was Anne neckline. Seed pearls'' and

r.'r .. r, .ti. SALE!' provided by Mrs. L.J. Green, French elecion lace enhanced the
I .': .J-..;. : ...- .....:.II.r; .. BoardTo organist Mrs. Drew Reddish, pianist, bodice. Sheer tapered sleeves terminated -
.1" .. .; / Miss Patty Mulltns. flutist and Mrs at a lace cuff. The full A-line
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Spyros Drivas and Billy McRae, skirt had appliques of seed pearls and
'O,211.J. Meet
.. ..:--:_:... ..J""" ,. ... ; April 4 SOIOlBUt.. elecion lace with attached cathedral
z .:;? ::/ 1'r'" : ; Save From $60.00 To I Dr. Adams attended his son as best train.Scalloped matching lace circles'
I i
.. i The executive board'of the Starke Ushers John E. Adams
.. ..., man. were encircled the entire hemline. Her
: __.qc... ,_ I.; ,i $160.00 Per Set! ._ ." Woman' Club will meet Wednesday Wade Winkler Timothy Tompson Juliet cap of lace and seed pearls
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_.. 4 at 13 at the Holiday Inn. Bill Allen Carlton
... ). April .noon Brown. Gudenrath secured her two tiered illusion
::::::::=J" .., 4 Choose candlelight veil which had appliquesof
elecion lace to match the She
M; x h y' FIRM or EXTRA FIRM Water carried a cascade arrangement gown. of

''' Yza ( sA s y bridal :pink roses, baby s breath,
5 stephanotis and ivy with satin
.95 ', 4 ; 4s streamers seed pearl hearts and

7-. 4I S59 tat" : Let Us Solve It '\ picot ribbon.

UCHrwci The
-" reception was held in the

v .. ....,..,' '. C StatAe Watec GoM&ttoMittg Co. ** Starke Jerome Woman's Johns greeted Club the where guests Mrs.at "
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E11 Regularly '8995 to '9995 e*. PC. the door. Mrs. T.C. Chastain III. and

Full Sli.-'89.95 e.,pcJ Reg M19 95 to'129.95!! ea. PC. LOCALLY OWNED OPERATED Mrs.Shelby Fillingim kept the bride'sbook. .I .
SALES A. SERVICE .
Oumn SIM-"219.95 seta Reg. '29995 to '32995!! set
/ King Sir*-'279.95 tttReg '379 95 to '439.95!! set COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL Baskets of spring flowers were
placed vantage places throughout ,4.
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the hall. The four tables
: : 964.5294 964-8851 were covered
:_ ..fit1i( with white Army-Navy cloths with :J
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OR We're Here When You Need Us mint green flounces .
The bride's table was centered with :.l
.ty t '> lPti : f a beautifully decorated five tiered e
cake flanked by silver candelabra.

Choose Mrs J.H. Jones and. Mrs.. R.R, Turs- ;t
nipseed cut the cake. ,
SUPER FIRM or ULTRA FIRM "
'l1.m1.t I}'

Mrs.,.Ken Martin served the t Y
chocolate groom's take which was :'c
? topped with a miniature golfer on the .,

$79 green. '. S
(UttACH Miss Jan Martin.55 Ms Cindy Rowell ,'.; i
T and Ms.\ Ellen .
r t 'a nice Milky presided at the ,
C' punch tables. & .* I

'a l _1 *'.. Regularly '109 95 10 '11995 ea. pc Hors d' Oeuvres kxere served at a ,r .
C beautifully appointed table. .In, the :
3* a Full SiJ.-M099S.. pc/ R' ,'<) '1399510 '149.95 .a. pc. sunroom., ,iJJ, .* ;'J"\:\;'''. '
A r p: Queen SIM-*279.95 seta Ren '3599 to '379 95 set Assisting-' -serving were" Mrs.. I
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James McCarthys .. \ C11111/ J ; ,{. 'ReV '
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4>rtqer' March '22f, 01... BBrewn Emily wine Dr. eel Mrs.D:W. whmen w.I. e 1.\ 'i *i tommy McUndon of Tallahassee Mrs. Jflhn'Sumner'of\
Friday to Monday guests of Mr. New York Sunday to Friday, March ", scent the weekend with his was Friday to Monday guest and yReYel'eftd'
Mr. and Mr*. James H. McCarthy and Mrs. GaorgsW. BArown at their 18-33 where Dr. Whtffen attended M. ,Mr. and Mrs. R. p McLendonTMr. daughter, Ruby was Sunday overnight -
honored their ion, Wayne and Ms Klngslay Guests will include Educational Seminar. They: aIM guest of Mr.and Mrs. Jerome M.E. Drake, pastor of
fiancee, Mable Jones with *.firmer Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown of visited the King Tut exhibition. and Mrs. Jack Miller of Jolty The SMrke Church of God will be
party Thursday evening at the Redkey, Ind., Mrs. SUaa Brown of ,kmvU1 visited his parents Mr. honored by his congregation on Sunday
Western Stear Steak Howie following CordeUe, Ga., Dr. and Mrs. William Dr. and Mrs A. L. Bennett of ihd Mrs. George Miller on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson and April 1. when "Pastor Appreciation
the couple's wedding rehearsal.The Stephens, Jr. and son Dean of Savan- Newark, Dela. were Sunday overnight Mrs. Ewell Lawson visited relativesin Day"will be observed.
head table held golden centerpiece nah, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Chip Gunter guests of Mrs. L. H. Gibson. r Mrs. George Oldham, Mrs. J. F. Auburndale Wednesday of last The special event is to give recognition
with a burning candle embedded and Krtstv of Golctsboro. N.C., Mr. Daniel and James Montgomery of week. to Rev. Drake for his outstanding
In white lowers and greenery sen- and Mrs. Norman Rlgdon and Steveof Mr. and Mrs. R O. Dansby visitedMr. Lake City were Sunday guests of Mr. contribution to the church and com
ding a son glow to the other tables Jacksonville Mr.and Mrs.Rex and Mrs. J. B. Dansby In Perryon ('- 'and Mrs.David Montgomery. Rev. and Mrs. George Harper munity. As a pastor and leader, the
and their guests. Brown and sons, Erie and Justin of Saturday.Mr. visited their daughter, Jody In Rich- Drakes came to Starke In 1973. Since
During the evening the honored Starke. iA! Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mathews and mond, Va. and Mr. and Mrs.. Rick that time he! has earned the respect of
couple presented gifts to their atten and Mrs. Jimmy Clemons and family, and Mr. and Mrs Allen White and Rev. and Mrs. Don LewisIn the church and the community as a
dants. Mrs. W. F. Herlong Is moving Mrs. Roy demon visited the tatter's ,,Bums ted of MaiUand were Sunday Bedford, Va. from Saturday to today result of his dedication and, labor of
Enjoying the occasion were 26 Saturday from 708 N.Walnut street to mother Mrs. Mamie Parrish In visitors of Mr. and Mrs Garl Thursday. love.
guests including the wedding party. 1480 Bcssant road. St.Judeta nursing home In Jacksonville -' Mathews The special Sunday service will be
and their families. on Sunday.Mr. held at 11 a.m.Following .
Jennifer Jockel was on the Dean's Mrs. S. '
E. Sr. of Gainesville
Jason Hicks list for the winter quarter at the and Mrs. W. C. Hurst and son. is visiting Rltcba Mr. J. W. Bitch ell'A DrSAGReEAIrLE VOU" tCtZP PUTTINft"" "'4"-OF will be served the morning on the service grounds dinner at
University of Florida with a 4.0 Jim of Indianapolis Ind.were Friday for several days rs CtlweGIs1S duGG.SrTNAT 12:30 .
Celebrates 8th average. overnight ,guests of their mother. out WAr TO.."Con' UIrSe'Lf" p.m.The
vwo TNSIOA: I. 10SUOI : church extends a warm
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Mrs. N. K. Hurst and Mrs. Clyde Mrs. Adina Berry of Bllssfleld, reM15e' YOUISIII.!: SMALL welcome to their friends and visitors
Birthday March 17 Mrs. Marie L. Jones visited her Sinclair and Mr.and Mrs.T. H,Slade. Mich. Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Homer RWAOepi AG A S ovNNIGCur .w the community to come and
Tainter and family Stearns this week. of T"A. A"tsje TMB in Santa Maria, Calif from March 10 Is / observe this special day. ,
Jason Hicks celebrated his eighth
to March 20.
birthday Saturday, March 17 with a
cookout given his Mr. andMrs.Glenn
by parents,
Mrs. Arthur Clark of Owosso, Mich. d
Hicks at their home on 1I
is visiting her brother-in-law and
West Call street.
sitter, Col.and Mrs.J.A.GruTin for a
The "Peanuts" theme and bal1ool'1Swere
week.
used in decorations.
The 10 children enjoyed games and Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibson of Mer-
outdoor sports during the party hours. rUt Island spent the weekend with his
Prizes were won by Jeff Taylor and mother, Mrs. L. H. Gibson. ,
Kristen Alday. !
The children were treated to hot Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby attended -
dogs and cokes after which cake and the graduation of their son Capt. I
ice cream were served. Mickey Dansby on Marcn 17 from the I ,
Mrs. Paul Wheeler and Mrs. De- University of Florida where he
Wayne Alday assisted Mrs. Hicks in received his Doctor of Philosophy /
caring for the children. degree. Capt. and Mrs. Dansby will .,
leave April 1 for Colorado Springs
where he will teach In the Air Force i
Weeks UDC to Academy.Mrs. DfanLic
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Meet April 4 .Gladys Dean of Chiefland was Ifab I
weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
W.T. Weeks chapter, U.D.C. will Cooper. Mr. and Mrs.Walter Stewartof
meet Wednesday, April 4, at 3 p.m. at Trenton were Sunday night supper
the home of Mrs. Lester Crews with guests of the Coopers. .
Mrs. Gladys Weldon Mrs. Milton
Wheeler and Mrs. Emma Tanner as Mr.and Mrs.Harold Brannen spent finds!
co-hostesses. the weekend with her brother and
sister-in-law, Capt. and Mrs. RobertL.
Cooper at Crestview.Mr. j
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BIRTHSHenry .and Mrs.Gene Normn and Mrs. I Bremont
Roy demons visited the Stephen I Polyester -
Foster Memorial on Saturday i
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and Patricia Strong of I Plisse Plains _
Lawtey announce the birth of a son, Mrs. Phil Galatie and children of -3 'Jif I. :" : '. .
Maurice Jamar, born March 10 in Springfield, Mo.were Monday of last L .. I 1H .4 5 \
Bradford County Hospital. week guests of Mr. and Mrs' Leo I__ 58/60', Wide ', 4 'j 'A);;> 35/36" Wide
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Tom Titus Community Relation!! ..Yawn and family,Betsy of Starke and MI .
Director fjt.Jhe.Columbus.! Ga. Jimmy Terry and Diane Yawn andAW411aL.EdwardsiOL ._, C. .tl'1a.li.c.{' \ ttI
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elected president of the Georgia Edwards and celebrated Diane's.birthday. 1.39 Yd.
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seminars. Mr. and Mrs. Titus Mrs. Eve Godwin.
visited their son last weekend.

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J Rae Yawn visited Mrs. Esma Yongueat
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of tedious negotiations popular and regarded with suspicion A f

finally paid off Monday 'when. by the Arabs. In contrastto /
Anwar Sadat of Egypt Mena- the gaiety in Washingtonwere

chem Begin,of Israel, and Presi the hostile demonstrationsby
dent Carter of the U.S.A. signed such radical groups followingthe : '
the signing. ':
long-hoped-for Egyptian peace .
Israeli peace treaty. It was a .,,
and Israel must .
Egypt now
goal that had been sought by
show that they intend to put into \
(is, diplomacy ever sine the :
1973 Middle East war triggeredthe practice the principles of
peace voiced in the treaty that is tI : e
oil embargo and set the :
only so much highsoundingwords .
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stage for spiraling price inflation (
that has shaken the world on paper until real peace" .. I
becomes reality. Only in this _____ ,
economy. way will the dissident Arabs be _

With the signing of the treaty convinced of their sincerity and It I
the world's hopes have risen possibly also be motivated \ ..'
again and so will the people's toward peace of their own.
confidence in President Carter, M ti

who deserves a major share of Although major credit goes to :
the credit for this extraordinary Mr. Carter for this historic
diplomatic achievement. His efforts foundation for peace betweentwo I

will bet hailed although nations that have historically The merry-go-round b wild thank ( .
remain to be enough you or a ted dler.YJ
questions
many been enemies,it should not
answered and tough problems be forgotten that there were
remain to be solved before real others who played a role behind "I'm gORna miss ol Chip"by
and lasting peace can come to the scenes; Moshe Dayan. the
the Mideast. [ nick Cheshire
Israeli Foreign Minister who UF Student Jouraalbt
persisted in his belief that a
President Carter's standing : Chris Crlbbs It a nervous 10-yearold.
in the polls which had risen compromise was possible with H.', bran busy the post II month preparing "Chip".
after this earlier success at the Palestinians; Secretary of Charlolt Angu steer.for the fair H*'* been feeding, ." .
State Vance, whose patience ..t. I leading "Chip" hoping to win a blue ribbon and make "at '
Camp David dropped in and faith is an ultimate solutionto pound."from the ale of the ,ter.;. .;\ .' ;I '
succeeding weeks, as differences the difficulty bolstered Mr. "I'm gonna mica Mm,but I'll be grad'*>hen h.'.gone to I
between Sadat and Begin Mm any more" Chris aaya.
continued to threaten the final Carter throughout the nego- If he excited that Judging time It near?
tiations. and the other professional ",'m cared," h. ,..."li.". ", .
treaty signing. But refusing to diplomats who performed Robert Carver on o/ASCS county executive Warren ",.
be discouraged, and seizing the the difficult leg-work during e Hampshire hog entered In this week's. twine competition.
peace initiative again. Mr. enjoyed rolling MM hog 'Ring.' .
months of tedious
Carter flew to the Mideast lay negotiationsin + Robert toy he think King will take a blue ribbon In the_
the Middle East. What'he going to do with the money he get Jot telling his
ing his future on the line atgreat l
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", gonna*av it for a hog for next
political risk to himself. In .. ...
Okay. okay I'm I. quit *" I
As viewed
the face of doubtful victory and by most political h> <
the of the observers the significance of -K ..... ....._""""-.- -
skepticism public and on the media part he continued this first peace agreement can- p I I t" Ye1at' : T..,.., ..Z!_
not be overestimated. for once a ,
doggedly to pursue hisgoal ft
of treaty is in place and Egypt
peace. begins to reap the economic: e '

The leaders of Israel and benefits of peace, it will be more
Egypt have already been awarded and more reluctant to go to war.
Nobel Peace Prizes for their The real test of the new agreement I
efforts in bringing between is thought to lie in how it j 1
peace
>> provides steps toward selfrulein
the two nations, and during
J the White House festivities the West Bank and Gaxa-and

Monday night Mr. Begin suggested most important of all. in how
the nomination of President sincerely and vigorously Israel
J Carter for this honor in moves to make autonomy for the .

J 19O,'(But ia spit. of/J e.jjaU Pal. tinians. a reakt .. .
atmosphere InVastiiligto'n, ti
remained If Monday's ceremonial .
many questions --- -- -- -
1 unanswered about the treaty. treaty-signing does indeed de- That key felt sir.good after a lung day I
J velop into effective lasting
The celebration) did not take peace in the Mideast. President I,
Brooker and
into account the radical Arab Carter will have truly earned a ProvidenceFire ,,

government of Syria which nomination for the Nobel Peace "
J egged on by Russia, is calling for Prize which, in turn, would ::1
revolutionary violence to overthrow greatly enhance his prospects Departments Drill (;

Mr. Sadat whose pursuitof for nomination for a second !
peace has made him un- term. pndine"h
With Mutual Aid GroupVolunteer -


I Metric or Not fire department forces: *"'!Tbe concept: of mutual aid lass old
from Brooker and Providence joined one,"Prokop added '"for
years
together with fire fighters from the !
fire other area units that make up a neighboring Ore departments havehelped i
Are we going metric or aren't its duty is to help people voluntarily receo -famed mutual assistance common each drills other. By familiarising hoWing these:
we? group to practice rescue procedures
convert. in real blaseAa ourselves with all of the equipmentand !
getting to know each department The Scrambler
There is some confusion on Metrification" for the U.S. old frame house in Fort Whit and.its men better we can improve on aeries.x .
the part of many concerning would mean a lot of new speed donated for the test by its owner was --
wken-if ever-Americaas will limits on highways, updated the site of the practice session.
join almost all the rest of the recipes in the kitchen, new distance Volunteer units from Brooker. Pro-
world in measuring distances in vidence. Fort White, High Springs. ,
scales on maps new toolsto Alacbaa. EUisvUle. and LaCrosae.took :
terms of meters volume in repair autos and other : turns entering the burning -. Y L
liters weights in grams and machinery. new clothing sizes building with air packs a ad a n
temperatures in Celsius and dimensions for beverageand simulating[ what would tie the rescue
of victims in a real-.tife situation. By .
TINt General Office food containers. setting fire to different parts of the i
Accounting

bouse the fireman were able to praylice a
But ia spite of conflicting
that
says most Americansare fire extmgtt&hing in rooms up ia
misinformed about..* coon- opinions,which add to the confusion rafters,atonz outside walls and underether
try's actual metric policy: ad the GAO inserts a word of' cttntfrf"M the might face in -a ,..,,
many groups have pressed caution against a headlong realbiaxe.Ren .

ahead with metric conversion, plunge iato metric measure- High fireman
Prokop Springs
without realizing that it nentsv Conversion is not inevitable rh
actually and President of the AsaooaUoa said
is not the current UJS. policy to it S&7S&ad the basic: decision the training workout was a valuable .
convert from the so-called to go that way or not remains afternoon iw
English measurements tmetric. to be ..de. GAO maintain :
that the costs of going "It was a most aueeecful drill.volvfnc 1. ..> '
fireman from all seven conamanibea. s .,.. wThe
metric are ia the billions while
Beside tile training we aA .._". ...... :
the benefits "
On the other hand Uw US are difficult toa.ssess. got we had tile opportunity to view
eadt efty's eqpzmment and get to know ,.
Metric Board created by COB .. its operation so .e can: better help drib IB Fart White m a ctoawe far Brnua thrum ..... ; ">r
gresa ia 1975. coandeatl la the tBeanwhOe. about the otter in caDs: sovohring two errmuseb sad I ether ana.vttumtevr term.. tte. ..*.a.AM Grump t.....
declares that tile U.s. poGcy fc only thing confused Americans departments. -WIICJes'" e1 ipsaeat ..ease..... : a
"Volaatary ad planned sever can do is to abide by the old : ;r
sk.- to Ute metric system. TVe acb.ps.: aot the first by "'" "..'. $ drill concept and offer : v<
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no regulatory power,tot insists the last to cast the old aside." : Yice. I|

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Mrs,' Bobbie? Wika of Route I, RELISHES r "I don't like.th mes. They're too, 1 I I'I i I* it"* :
Lawtey and Mrs. Camille Whltaker, Fruit 1) Bobbie Wike. scary'I" Mid Melissa May, the nine- BREADS "I >t, j:
only repeat winner from the ID78lairl Vegetable: Barbara Anderson- :; 2) year-old Green Acre 4-H'er who won t f i
are sweepstakes winners in the Janet Flythe, 3) Virginia Crew. the sweepstakes ribbon In the Junior Biscuits 2) Lisa Mask. 3) Regina I
Department of home product judging Miscellaneous Department the 4-11 Division with a Rasnlck.
: 2) Edna Norton. l
at the,Bradford County Fair. a, shorts and tank top outfit she sewed Muffins: 2)) Sherry' Herndon, I I
PRESERVESPears for competition In the Bradford County Suzanne Dyal and Lisa Motley*
A Jar of Yeast Loaf: 2) Deborah Green.
red beets Fair. >
won the : 1)) Edna Norton, :3) Bobble
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sweepstakes ribbon In the Canned Wike. Randy Starling, 14, a Brooker 4-H Exhibit of Merit: 1>' Pam "Willingham. ,- \j
Products! Department of the Food Figs 1)) Lola Johnson 2) Edna Nora Club member, made a terrarium to .
Division. Mrs. Wike says she learned ton. win the Senior Department of the /-H CANNED PRODUCTS
to can from her mother-in-law when Division
she was married. Besides the prize lr r Melissa daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vegetables: l) Lynn Waters 2) Donna !
winning beets, Mrs. Wike also four 4 Joe Reichert Jr. of New River, work- Mowry and Doll Waters.
blue ribbons with apple sauce ed on her tank top and shorts outfit for Fruits I) Lynn Waters and Doll
mustard cucumbers, and sweet ant three days to get her seams even on Waters 2)) Donna Mowry. .
our chunks. All told Mrs. Wike had the difficult curves. "She didn't get to Pickles Relishes. I) Tammy 1
16 entries In the fair and aU won rib Randy Starling displays the sweepstake ribbon won with a terrarium In the sew many straight lines," said her Mann 2)) Doll Waters and, Lynn ,
Senior Department of the 4-H Division mother. "Next year she'll enter a Waters. 'r
bons.Mrs.. r three-piece .outfit." added Mrs. Marmalades 6 James 1) Sherry
Whitaker won a sweepstakes Reichert, drawing a frown of doubt Herndon and Sheila Anderson 2) Lynn. I
ribbon in the basked products last Mrs. Bowman Thomas from her daughter. Waters. .
year with a strawberry cake. She ) Randy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Preserves: 2)) Lynn Waters' \
thought a cake would win this year, tr Starling of Brooker made his Jellies: l) Donna McDavld. ,
but no luck. Mrs. Whitaker's pecan sweepstakes twinning' terrarium In Exhibit Merit: J) Lynn Waters 2f ,e: f
crispier this caught the eye of the judges J' Sweep Arts and Crafts I: one 'day, wing 'colored' rock to Donna Mowry. .r.< ,t" ,
year, and along came a second IL/0 simulate rocks, sand, and soil. Randy I' '(
straight sweepstakes ribbon. Baking, grandmother Mrs. Betty Nolles, Just CLOTHING .'I_ [ ", ,'''.
cookies and cakes is a hobby with Mrs Faye Bowman of Lawtey and says; that Is why he entered it In the built greenhouse and Randy has ,4- I
Mrs. Whltaker. Barry Thomas of Starke .are the fair.Mrs. become Interested in terrariums as a Apron: 1) Tammy Peeples 2) Betty''
sweepstakes winners in the Arts and Bowman did the painting and result, he said. Turlington, Tammy Rhoden. Debbie t
w Crafts Division of homemade products floral design on her glazed ceramic Ribbon winners In the Arts and Helle,Kim Smith and Sharon Godwin, '
entered in competition at the clock. She made the clock to match Crafts Division of the Fair juding are Scarf: 1) Betty Turlington. -. t'.
F.&i Bradford County Fair. her mother's wallpaper, and has listed below. A number one means a Blouse or Shirt: 2)) Angela :Boyette ,
; -- blue ribbon, number two la a red ribbon 3) Regina Rasnick. ;
and number three a white ribbon Dress or Juniper 1) Abbie Foster
: 2) Amy Black 3) Regina Rasnlck. i'
2-Plece Outfit 1) Melissa May

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Boyette and Michelle Stillweli.
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Mrs. Bobble Wike of Rl.l. Lawtey Animal Decorative 2) Randy Pillow Balkcom or ,Stuffed Angela .
won top prize In Canned Products In
Boyette and Suzanne Dyal. I
the Food Department with a Jar of
beets. Holiday Crafts: 1) Doll Waters and
Donna Mowry.
Strawberries I) Edna Norton, 2) Framed Picture (Any Media: 1)
Kathy Struth. Brad Cox and Audrey Pierce. J
Miscellaneous: l) Edna Norton. String Art: 1)) Darrel Jones 2) Darla
Roberts and David Fuuell. I i
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Berries: 1) Edna Norton, 2)) Sandra Mosaic, Seed Glass Stone etc. 2)
Sanders. Sharie Dobbs and Sharon Fussell.
Peaches: 1) Edna Norton. Macrame: l) Randy Balkcom. Don-
Figs: 1) Virginia Crews, 2) Jane L na Mowry, David Reichert. Pam
It was pecan crispies.which wonAY ,. Parrjsh.rfasMW) ,( Taylor, Cindy Taylor and Doll Waters
sweepstakes ribbon 1 for Mr*. Camille 1 ''' egetahe( 'rn' HoW .flill'!! '; I :-; 'MrV/r'ay*bowman of -"J (J >n'v: ''r.jflJ',!.:' ..Jr,. 2) Tammy Peeples and Kim Smith.
Whitaker in tit.JtaaW dagJsupura .st.u.'lt1tnr'o'' WJtit. kt. La wte'y Is the sweepstakes winner in the Adult DivUlon,A J'Mell..a Decoupage:, J.LUa.) .'iMrcley. .2)
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of the Food Departmentshe :' Lalit" 'j. -* v;" r r 1\J "Workfon the, shell atove'taerosette.X' : : ..-J *? EDwT;; .' rlnnerm" .,..Yous.beparin..at.f'the ""CAarifttsYlilltldaCbx'IirerfCbz\ ;, ,
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son.Miscellaneous this top
Carol Fussell, Sherie Nipper, Susan
CANNED PRODUCTS 2)) Barbara Anderson.1) Sandra Sanders, Thomas 18-year-old son of Mrs. Vorked since last November on the shorts outfit she made. Navalamy, Melissa May, Donna
Gladys Thomas and Delano Thomas, gift BAKEDPRODUCTSCandles McDavld, and Debbie Polk 2)
JELLIES spent eight months making 10-foot Arts and crafts ribbon winners are
VEGETABLES Deborah Green, Drew Andrews, Donna
Berries
: 1) Joan Mowry, '2) Jane
high macrame planter. Thomas 1) blue 2) red 3) whsleARTSANDCRAFTS
& Beans 1) Barbara Y. Smith 2) Parrish. : 1) Sara Crews and Ken Marsh Michelle Stillweli. Jody
finished afternoon
Dorlha MacPhenon. 3)) Virginia Grape: 1) Lola Johnson. Tuesday and Just Howard 2) Barbara Jetstone and Drawdy, Tammy Mann Robin
project to the fair in time to be
Crews Bobble Wike.Joan Edna Priscilla Welch. Carter, Michael Tammy
Mowry and Vegetable: 1) Norton. fudged. The 1 is for sale Navalamy.
planter ,
Lynne Waters. Miscellaneous: I) Kathy Struth 2)) Barry Oil Paintings: Adults 2)) Nancy Cookies: 1) Sara Crews 2> Darla Barnes Tammy Turlangton, Randy
Sfe; Tomatoes: 1) Edna Norton,2) Judy Jane Parrish, 3) Edna Norton Lola Green. Youth 1)) Lisa Tucker 2)) Roberts, Melissa May, Tammy Harris, Don Green Doug Green, Ella
Alderman, 3)) Bobbie Wike, BarbaraY. Johnson and Dortha MacPherson. LSrm Richard Milner 3) Timmy Faulkner, Moody, Debbie Parrish, Cindy Taylor Mann and Kelly Bigham.
Smith, Ray Howe, Dortha MaoPhersoa Cathy Serivin, Steve Marks and Anthony and Carol Fussell. Crocheted Articles: I ) Darrel Jones
JUICES Bright. Brownies: 2) Sara Crews and Pam 2) Audrey Pierce.Embroidered .
,)x.> Miscellaneous) Waters. Tomato 2) Lola Johnson, 3). Bobble,, .Yam( : Adults, 1)Becky) Harper> 2) Taylor. Articles: 1) Annette
#') : 1)) Bobbie Wike. 2) Wike. il Hazel Padgett 3) Martha Struth. Cakes (Plain): 2) Tlah Goss. Balkcom and Tony Anderson 2)) Tam-
.Judy Alderman, 3)) Edna Norton.FRUITS Fruit 3) Bobbie Wike. Youth 1)Joanie Miller Dean) Cakes (Iced): 2) Annette Balkcom. my Moody and Becky Anderson.
; Underhill 3) Jimmy Abercrombie. Cakes (decorated appearance on- Qullls-handslllched: II !Mary
SYRUP Needlepoint l) Linda Adklns 2)Ron ly): 1)) Sherry Herndon, Amy Black Wright.
Berries: 1)) Edna Norton, :3) Ray Plain: 1) Gene Underhill Dorey 3) Allen Dorey.Dccoupage'i and Ken Howard. 2) Mary Wright and Table Appointments: 1)) Held!
Howe. Adults DDave) Deborah Green. Cribbs 2)) Randy Harris and Marvin
.; Pears 1) Janet Flythe, 2) Virginia MEAT Roberts 2) Ann Green 3) Jan Norton Pies: 2) Sherry Herndon. Wright. '
I Crews. Beef 3) Judy Alderman. (see page II) Exhibit of Merit: I 1) Deborah
ft' Pears' 1) Janet Flythe, 2) Virginia Chicken 3) Judy Alderman. iiL t Roberts 2) Sara Crewi. (seepage It)
.Crews. Pork: 3)) Judy Alderman. -
.*' Peaches: I) Ray Howe, 2)) Dortha Miscellaneous: 2) Bobbie Wike.
VMacPherson, 3) Joan Mowry. Wake Up to Warmth with
,1- Figs: 1) Edna Norton, 2)) Janet BAKED PRODUCTS
,Flythe.
&' Miscellaneous 1> Bobbie Wike, 2> BREADS ,
{Ray Howe, 3) Janet Flythe Barbara Quick breads 2) Lucille Godwin. .; Central Heat and
Anderson, Specialty Breads: 1)) Edna Norton, \ hid ,
3) Janet Flythe Lola Johnson. f(.
PICKLESCucumberBread Yeast breads: 2) Camille Whitaker, ,,i.. ,
it Butter 1)) Sandra 3) Mrs. Harold Bridges, Edna Norton. ',
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Sanders,2) Bobbie Wike, 3) Janet Plain cakes (not iced): 1) Camille .tr; :Ii

Flythe. Whitaker 2) Lola Johnson Youth> 2) ; i "r, ,,,,"
Cucumber-Othert 2) Bobble Wike, Doll Waters.
3) Edna Norton, Barbara Anderson. Specialty cakes, Youth: 2)) Cindy l revr'' l' .
DUll I) Judy Alderman, 2) Bobble Sullivan. ;;
Wike, 3) Edna Norton. Cakes (Iced but not decorated): 1)) : 1V, 1....
Fruit: 2)) Edna Norton, 3) Bobbie i Cynthia Roberts. !
Wike. '- Cakes (decorated 1) Janet Harris '. '
Vegetables: 1)) Edna Norton 2) 2) Joanie Miller 3) Cherly Nor- cr
Judy Alderman, 3) Virginia Crews, man, William Whitfield. Youth: 1) ....JI..a' : --5 -
Barbara Anderson. Youth 1) Lynne. Thelma Brand, 2) Rhea Corbett. 3) Barry Thomas 16, 'won the :
Waters. Mellisa Burnsed, Brenda Randolph, sweepstakes ribbon .In the Youth Division 4 4.i
Peppers: 2)) Bobbie Wike. .Janice.Hankerson. of, Arts and Crafts with this .i j I iro i sir ,1NS4aulD FROM
Miscellaneous: 1> Bobble Wike 2).Barbara 10-foot high
macrame
wall, plant ,
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reputation among her family of being l; Shirt 17.11 years,1) llar.s gefiodaip*) quilt Top-Hind Stitched 1) i
a first clad seanacucss. A Elder 2)) Ruth W. :
Mrs Jones the wff *fEnni!: J.. Sleepweu. I) Faye !A /street..eta.) Pot Holders (31(: 'II te..4 IMt John*.
of Stark, crocheted this babT fkborpllQ God 3) Joan MaarryrrultEM U.Underbill .
\I 7ears J 2) Hazel fad (StuqCII I) 1 '
weather" because she"thought it was /I", ( ltl V Joan Un&th// ,
cute Mrs. Jones has been Mfefek Garments Jk oanMowry 2T< crocheting some M,years. In add-on. Barbara AnderomJ ) Janice JSaetjrutan. ni Edna Norton 3)) Lola,JohtJ: On. "
to the sweepstakes ttY..N..iJones : r f'xw': :" '
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a vest made for Ermle. KNITTING Mowry 2) ills Godwin 3) l''l ye
Needlework ribbon winners..: !> Crouse.
Embroidery tBc *
ribbon, 2) red. 3) whileI Baby's Cap, Booties. Sac
blue ) ue or Ladles 3-plece Ensemble DLucille) Harper 2) Barbara Anderson.
Johnson.Sweaters 1)) Peggy Crawford 3))Lola Godwin 2)) Joan Mowry 3) Faye Rug lMurtl Giihooly 2), Joy

Crouse. Starling. ; > .
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2) Ladles Slack 1)) Lucille Godwioi V
(. : Barker. Ladles Skirt DLucille) Godwinuti son. '.} ,V \ d
h Afghans-General I) Judy Brown. Ladles Blouse DLucille Godwin S1 .PILLOWS !:
Afghans-Specialty Stitches 1) Mary Camille Whitaker 3) Shirley Rising. oar a.-.u;

t i'A Rhoden 2) Martha Wright Brunch Coat or Duster 1)) Lucille Liquid Embroidery I)Joy Starting I > i i ..I".'v hasbt'en
Veil 1) Burny Winkler Godwin.
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Poncho of CaMlKBurney i ,Winkler, or Cape (short) lia ,
jacket Needlepoint 1> 2)
Wilma Alexander
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2) Peggy OcawW. ; A,,'"... 'C>'Man's Shirt (dress or sport)) ] eaBroome. Crewel)Helen Wright 2)'Nancy E.
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CROCIIET,, C "AHwfe: \ -Man's Suit 1) MargareLpe Green. >., /! < Moore Lola Johnson. (Student) 1) Fabric Place Mats, etc, DLola
:': :' Crois-Stllch. li) Jot" Starling?2 Dottie WUkerson. v Johnson, .
MUc.vl) Hazel Padg a :
Bootte.
Baby's Cap. j jSafti1l.! Crouse 3) Lucille Godwin" Peggy 2iMaarrs''LPee* i ,''. . eatern) Jackie"Jones' 2T Terr f'r\ : : iee3)DDebby! HANDBAGS ;" '", 3) Barbara Godwin. '
GriffIS 3) Lenorah Craig. -. >;A* LINGERIE Harper. Mho, ))Lola 'Johneoq 2). Lenorab
Baby's Set (}"',1_) 1). Haze''.M Ladies Gown I) Lucille Godw Misc. 1) 'pe1bi Rosenberg' 2) Rosa Crewel) Joy Starling. '" Craig. ,:J/'V: : ,

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Dress 1)Joy Starling. '; .; ,,,'fi.Gladyee.
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son Hersey.2) Barbara Anderson 3)' Ruby' Collins TalBes Top Honor In Horticulture!.Diwision I

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Janice. (rtcltman .l Keystone Tomlinson.Vest .: Gladyce Collins at 71 the oldest Vo- 2) Joyce Winsted (Orion Violet) Martha Jasmin (Marble Queen)
llrighl was a sweepstakes winner In Jackie Jones 2)) Hazel Padgett Tee horticulture student won Best in Michael Winsted. Eileen Massey and Gene Rising (Pepperomia) andEileen
I the \* M>..ork Ditbkra of mpPt"I. 3) Joy Starling. $ SiI Show honors in the Horticulture division Marilyn Mack. Massie (Begonia) 3) Charles
-i al the ads. for her l&moalh-oM: 4a.(th'... Cathy Higginbotham 3) Nora Dobbs. Her Rattail Cactus plant won over Charles Puckett (angel win,.basket) (Gold Fish) and Joania Miller
165 other entries, and Gladys says Charles Puckett (angel wing pot (Strawberry Begonia\ ) 4) Edna Norton
St Edwards Church Halt she's been busy 'playing in the soil' and Eileen Massie 3) Eileen Massey (Pink/ Wax Begonia) and Martha
for all of her life. Mrs. Collins 1s and Gladyce Collins 4) Martha Jasmin (Watermelon Begonia).
retired from the Florida State Boardof Jasmin. Plectean Tam (Swedish Ivy): 1)
BINGOEvery .1 Health. Eplcla: 3) Joyce Winsted Shirley Riley 2) Edna Norton and
The secret to her successMrs..Collins Orchid: 3) Eileen Massey. Leamon Waters.
Saturday 8:00: P.M. Just keeps her plants outside and Misc.: 2) Edna Norton (Jerusalem ....
411 N. Temoie( Ave Slarfce. Fla. I gives them lots of TLC (tender loving Cherry), Joyce Winsted (African Ferns
& care). Violet Basket). Walter Westcott
I 1 I Winners in the Horticulture Division (Clustering Plant), Charles Puckett : 1) Ed Morgan
I are listed by class and lot. 1) is. (Lipstick) and Mike Howard (Ivy (Stag) 2) Joannie Miller ((2
t1t ", blue ribbon.2) is red ribbon, and 3) Is geranium) 3) Joyce Winsted Staghorns) 3) Ed Morgan (Grande
white ribbon. j. "t t. >' ', (Sinnlngea) and Anne Steele staghorn).
(Clustering Plant 4) Edna Norton Asparagus Fern: DEd) Morgan
Non-Flowering (Impatiens-Pink & white). (Plumosa) 2) Cindy DeWitt (Foxtail

25,000 S & Ei Green Stamps r House Plants Fern).
Cactus and SucculentsAloe Boston (Nephrollpls):2) Edna Norton
Norfolk Island Pine: I) Bill Steele and Ann Steele 3) Mike Howard.
d to be given away 'II and Ann Steele 2)) Joanne Miller and : 1)) Bill Dungan, Susan Wager Misc. 2) Richard Rising, Jr.
Diane Westcott. and Jeanie Culverson. (Elkhorn Fern), Gene Rising
M. } Dumb Cane: 1) Shirley DeWitt and Bromeliad: 1)) Bill Dungan 2) (Elkhorn Fern), Joannie Miller
MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE ry Bradford VOTC.Dracaenla Eileen Massie ((2), Lu Dungan, Bill (Maiden Hair-small and Carolyn
: 1)) Bill Dungan (Best in Dungan, Anne Steele (2) 3) Lu Joyner (Carrot fern).
Class), Ui Dungan and Bradford
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: 1) Joyce Winsted 2) Mike Muse (First in Class) 2) Ann
44 Register and WIN! Martha Jasmin and Betty. Perry 3) Steele and Edna Norton. Miscellaneous

Martha Jasmin.Synogonium. Misc. Cactus: 1) Ann Steele Paola
1st Prize 15,000 stamps2nd (Arrowhead orEmerald Ferri and Bradford VoTec 2) Bill Flower Arranging: 1) Joannie
(h Velvet: 1) Shirley Riley. Dungan. Jennie Abercrombie and
Miller 2) Joyce Winsted (dried arrangement -
Prizew10fOOO:; stamps ,'/(. .' PoUun (Devils Ivy. etc.U 1) Martha Ann Steele 3) Shirley DeWitt. ) 3) Joannie Miller.
'" "k 4 '',.' "' "' "" .'*' *"' *- ""{ ...... Todd 2) Susan Wager, Martha Misc. Succulents: l) Susan Wager Dish Gardens: 1) Ann Steele
: *" >. ; Jasmin and Lena Daughtery. Ann Steele Joannie Miller and Bill (Cactus dish garden) 2) Walter
Coleus: 1) Joannie Miller (2 en- Steele 2) Joannie Miner Ann Steele
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Name "' .. v, Westcott (Cactus dish garden) and
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tries) 3)
and Ed Morgan 3) Gladyce Collins Joannie Miller (Cactus rock) 3)
Address .: 1) Ann Steele (Stawberry (2). Susan Wager.Shirley DeWitt and Shirley Riley (Cactus dish garden).
Phone 'p. ; { begonia, Lu Dungan Martha Todd. .
(Spathiphyllum) 2) Bill Dungan uiUaPrlcUy Pear): 1)
(Coral Plant),Joannie Miller(Oyster DeWitt and Shirley Riley 2) Sara
No Purchase I Necessary Plant Martha Todd Norton and Shirley Riley.Crassola SR-100 Woods
Need Not Be Present To Win Must Ba 1,8 To Enter (Spathphvllum), Charles Puckett : 1) Eileen Massie 'and
Collln of Green Cove Springs (Prayer Plant) and Mike Howard Bradford VoTe:2) Ann Steele 4)) Ed- Chewed Up by FireA
came away with top honors In (ChineseEvergreen), 3) Edna Norton na Norton.

Cactus horticulture, with her unusual Ratlall (Chicken Gizzard). Eileen Massey Barrel Ban Cactus: I) Walter wind-blown woods fire ravaged
(Ming Aralia), Shirley DeWitt Westcott Shirley DeWitt(2),and Ann approximately 73 acres of timberland
(Strawberry begonia) and Mike Steele 3) Edna Norton. on both sides of SR-100 west of Starke
Howard' (Var. Chinese Evergreen). Echeverla: 3) Susan Wager. Thursday afternoon.
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Department
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and Irving Jasmin. Hanging Baskets drove tractors and water wagons rangers into
1OTRi Sanseveria: 1)) Leamon Waters the flaming area to cut fire breaks
(White Sanseveria), Leamon Waters Cfeloropfcytam (Spider Plant: 1) and finally douse the last flames some
HESTHUHHNT (Yellow var. Sanseveria) and Ann Steele and Cindy DeWitt 2)Susan three hours after the first fire was
yNG Jeanette Waters 2) Edna Norton Wager. Mike Howard (2). seen. Forest Ranger Supervisor C.R.
Jeanette Waters and Ronnie Kelly. TradescanJUa WaaMlcrrag w):2) Colbert said the blaze started

Open 7 A.M. To 9 P.M. U.S. 301 N, Lawtey Fla -- Flowering MontePlants Ed Morgan.Misc..: DGladyce. Collins-Best in "somewhere between 1 and 2 pan."

> & Show and Best In dass-(Rat Tail Cactus : No official estimate has been
'MENU OF SPECIALS0 Tfv, ) and Charles Puckett (Waffle released as to the damage to the land
,'. 1' .SaintpaulU (African Violets 1) Plant) 2)Gladyce Collins (Purple most of which is owned by Container
; .. Joyce Winsted (Best in Class Happy Passion). Winsted Columnea
Joyce ( ). Corporation, but most of the property
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Spring Seasons at Sports Banquet '


Bradford H...h track-ciw.s e.r ry 1edaa a PrMs cored for the year and "Like coach MM I've been up.here
star Andy GnlTnh codes have hr nor ... bout three yean now and in all HUM
speaking lot moat id Ike atMMnsajM Thai .award could have gone lo. time Coach Howard has never eou-
coaches: at the BHSA1 3pct* Cfc* .f Ike fa r seniors, they were all an award."Tatum said t
Fall and Wi81ft' Sports Banqpet ats that.....' Huns said of the choice. sl r
she I gave a team plaque to gvfe teas Aad.Use other four he talked of picked The girls cross country team followed -
with Most
suit Outstanding trophy
Country Coach MeJba Howard!Ttm- nap awards also
day night klareh22. Aathoay Bright third in the slate winner Cindy Griffith handing the
To Melba who worked tfarw li&e meet at !<2 pounds got the MostTakedowa team plaque to coach Melba Howard.
First Howard said of Griffith a four
and Most award
worst and the best but always can Escapes ,
out smiling Candy read a here n -Ile. jest: :: kept getting up and taking year letter winner and three-event d u

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Banquet wrre from left .. right kv sport. baskelhall- Mat .......1.nt't". Brinht. :Mo t Escapes, and 110..1
K.\ill 1m...... Mist KrbMutd. Best Free Threw frtmtacr Takedowns..UsN MimlKomrrt. oarhmward.. Absent I
: Frazier Bass Most bsids:file("arl.....KpMt mai was IHMUaiMluixHfchllillrr" Handy ThompMMi.fJEC' < .
v ship: cross CMntry-Jahiuiy Tats M-t lhrtstaMlin:


state placer "she has worked harder .
and set higher goals In her four years '
of worked running with.than" anyone I've ever 'i7GJ(5l( D J E SEEP: ., .H .

Girls volleyball awards went to
recilia Infante"-Sportsmanship 138 E. Call St. Starke Fla. 964-5890
award. Tern Thomas-Most Improved -
Player, and to coach Inez Harvey! Starke's Own Bakery10"APPLE
another team presentation.Rhea .
Corbet and Beth Starner won
the Most Outstanding: Cheerleader PIES
awards for the varsity and JV units
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t.irK award .bro> at Ut 71irMU % kai i|.r4 _".. TbrrrMi Uood.vlosl. Rebounds: Sandra. lIarl.,. rtes' Prevail respectively calling with the squads sponsor the Debra"best $199
trmtm Ml I.tttM lr! >purt rravn rMMlrtftntl\ (...ilfi.... Field Goal IVrcmURr: sok! }ball-TriTl Thomas. Mutt cheerleading squads ever at Bradford
1 M._. 4.ni'.,.....11:; fcatlrtkall-Ojiuirilr t-llr>. Most. Impnttrd: ('f"C'il Infant. Sp.rlsman.hip. High School."
l>Ml<4a.4u \jiV-r (1u......... Fire Threw ward.

tiara prrMnUUan-nd maybe that them down." Harris said.
'.5 the story of the athletic seasons 123 pounder Martin Slocum won the
being rehashed at the banqurtnrconJ Most Reversals trophy and Alan Montgomery
-.t>e there as a lot I-'Ont.a was given the Coaches I
IjltJe bit of best but still a good deal of Award for hard work and dedication. I
tmih&g at the endMost Hurse gave out just one veightlif- [ _ _
of the coaches of the 10 ling award-Most Outstanding Lifter .
aiMeiic teams honored Thursday to 198 pound state runnerup Randy
night bAlf') t'd about the poor Thompson-bill also recognued state
season heir teams had this year-tail runnerup Lin Dans state third- 1A
that *not lo say their veren't winners placer Timmy Jones and seniors
in theauobenreUngMhfiing Isaiah Jenkins and Alton Moore as O
Coach and Athletic: "two of the hardest workers M e had." / ._I
Director David Horse for instance: Boys varsity basketball awards _
could brag. about the seventh placef went to Kevin Miller-Top Rebounder e
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%Ji b> Tornadoes at the state and Free Throw Shooter. Frazier I
lifting lard Coach Ronnie Hams' Bass--Assists I leader and Glen _
.r',4Jer*fmched IMi in Florida's Carter-the Sportsmanship Award. I a
racks loo Un the(girls side there was Girls varsity hardcourt awards
the 14-3 Lady Tornado volte)ball went to Janette Easley-Mosl .
squad coached by Inez Harvey and Outstanding Theressa Woody-Top
the M junior varsity basketball coeds Rebounder. Valerie Chandler-Free PICK YOUR OWNPRODUCE
coached by Jerry McGnfT. And. of Throw award. and Sandra Darley- FRESH CRISP CALIFORNIA
course there mere outstanding top Field Goal Shooting. !
athletes mho played well m losing .
causes John Tatum won the Most Outstanding PICEBERG ,.Cm MO
Hams dosed the awards ceremony boys cross country award and in Red Delicious Apples 16 .. *1"
tn gi"ing out wrestling awards. turn spoke for the boys team in ---MM.am
Senior Henry Pete. won the Ouutandmg presenting an award to Coach Grover _fi Ile LETTUC Fancy D* Anlou Pears u39
Wrestler A.ard after leading the Na+ord. w *
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Set for Friday, April 6, in Starke CRISP California Asparagus 1199t

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The annual Bradford Invitational weekend' said BHS boys track coach '? '
track and field meet win kick off Friday Rick Stephens. cEUO 18 C HAWAIIANPINEAPPLES A" ': :':;;::' CANTALOUPES
April i.at the BUS track. .' : '
Invitees include UQ ; : .
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The all day affair for boys and girls .
teams annually dram a 1215 tamfield Forest. Crescent: City. FemandinaBeach. :-. ,-' ....

from tough North conflicting Florida competition but is upagaiW Heights.Coach. Baker Stephens County said,volunteers and Keystone will FRESH FLORIDA @ EA.$119 1f .jI.: .:.f- .@ 8ftC

Uusuw Gainesville Relays and
be needed to run, field events and YELLOW
Jacksonville for the same Lee .Invitational.eekesd.I areslated serve as judges for the meet.Anyone AL__....._______.......___
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've sent out II irmtauons but girls coach Grover Howard at the COR :f All PURPOSE Ii: % U. S. NO.
well just have to see how many wantto BUS fieldhouse, preferably from t. I YELLOWOEilOffi ff
come.ith the other meet the same 2:30-3 pm. ,;;; WHITEPOTATOES

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Bradford's baseball 'Corps .. tw'I runners in Uw (top of the eighth in- :
tap in the late Baker knotted
innings
busted a four game losing 't'.,, tinJ.md\ shutout the 'Cots in.flu be*. the score with a run In the bottom of Pa la tka 5-mi*3 "' '
i8( comeback Win over tom half <>r the frame to claim '
i akB'I. victory the fifth BHS took the hand ;
upper The Tornadoes
lost a 3-1 toad in tae
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again In the sixth when Doug Reddish last drop this hometown *.,. II{
went straight to work on .. lln>f> m the game with Jeffery. Nor- cored on an error Two runs in heartbreaker to the Panther .
with a ww* off I man' fifth-inning grand: slam 4ltng Baker's half of the sixth again slippedthe l[
_____ : _ The BHS win. after: 1otIe8 to. BI<:s i 1:011111: 1.9 deficit into a.6-5 short. lead out of Bradford's grasp, BHS Freshman pitcher Scott Allen e r" :
1 1I 1i Palatka and G'aineavUlafcUfh, enrlter '' '... lived (tad, tied the count in their last at bat when loser for the first time in five decisions .
In the week, pulled the fanut&t*< [I'nikv' Kilby, who scored three Scott Allen who had reached on a wan breezing along with a one- -. [L. ) ,
back up to the 500) level at .4 tthey tfrm"v m thc game, and Bill) Goodge single was bunted home by David hitter through five innings and had .wl':
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I were once 5-2 with seven fret dye 1" sfcnn the deciding runs for Bradford Sparks. Baker left the banes. loaded In just been staked to the lead by a three 'r; ?,
before a Monday. April 2, ttmw test ., aftrr base hits. Kilby crossed! on a the bottom of the seventh to send the run Tornado fifth when the Palatka L- !j
.,.. w against Gainesville Eastsfd*.c-' fk>Id"r's choice and i an error allowed game Into extra innings. bats came alive. The Panthers tied "
,
,' '!, : "The Macclenny win w...'" tfcft. (;NII'(1.>, /.< [ID tally IIn m.uirnnoe: run Both Norman and Clark had two things In the top of the sixth when Jay "t' t: .
\ .,. best looking victory 'I'iII. .- ) but it was big bMOttMwf 'coon/ u m of the Ile6lIiOI1 i with but stanza .. catcher Keith Northup collected: a scored himself on a sacrifice fly to left "
...' needed it," Mid BHS diamond* $ ft-naive! help from Goodge. ingle and a double in five rips to up field. Tornado outfielder Bill I
.'.. _11 Mike Hartley, -It got tn mot tl* ,".1.1'I i M.' Wildcats put the tieinftruM l *t .bis. plate average to 382 for theeason. Goodge's throw was on the mark but .f. '
.. : hump after four straight .knees <**' ', 'set'I'i.ml. and third in their list at bat : not in time to nail Hayden I !
also gave us six wins for the first tit but r.oodge; handled a /grounder' ana1 i A 1 2 o f
I3 as 111
Tornado !iconlIl'n was called out on this bung-bang play Itradford'x I Ml. In three years (BHS had won tuft flwgames cut the lead man down at horn*Ana. \.' .... hili !.. .. The Tornadoes went down In the : l
Ions to Gainesville KaMtnide a couple. orH'.kll ago. Monday att 'riioon'BuS gels In each of the last WO Cl.n' k retired the last batter. Forlfan- Wcl.rh." ... *HIOkiM. Marl. bottom of the seventh and Palatka ;
another shot at the (tame. on Bradford) home diamond at t p.m seasons), that's what we were' ny I th',game was more !SIKVI vastest j. J. t1 MkMN/,MM. MH Nr_, IHICMS scored the game winners in the first :
shooting for. th.m lt masterful pitching parlor- Im.It'I' extra frame. A two base fielding error
"We're going to go back and workon He started the game, then exit I 22It I IS I a botched pickoff play on a double
DWIGHT SLATER'S fundamentals this week in practice *',I m favor of Scott Allen in the fifth, In a game the Tornadoes would just steal and two Panther hits plated the
., try to get back to doing nlnS. an i then returned to pick up the win as soon forget the Hurricanes ran two runs to put Palatka up 53. Allen ;
right that we've gotten! away from as Bradford' hats made up for their record to 15.3 by raking three exited after pitching two outs in the '
Really, Eastside! beat us 12-6 but we atmth poor, fjr.ld"IlI.amt' BHS pitchers. Dinky Kilby, Kevin seventh. He allowed five hits, three ,
Open Food & SClt hit the ball well so we think after the Norman: |"l,iti-d 1111wllh: n single Tillman and Bill Goodge! for 17 hits walks and struck out seven for the '
7AM.12P.M.. U.S.301S. next couple of games we could be*4 in !lh<> first to put adford on top HI 13 walks and 22 runs In beating Brad game. .".,
A Walnut **f (Santa Fe will host the Tornadoes Fflr. but /Hllh errors, walks and timely ford in Starke\ Friday. I ,
day, April 6)), We've gotten good tan-. Wildcat hits staked the hosts to a !5-1 Bradford had handled GUS $-3 In BitS threatened In the bottom of the "
support so far this year and I hope (ell antagl before Norman's heroics Gainesville earlier this year but had eighth as Jeffery Norman and Keith rt,
MOTOR OIL PEPSI people will come out Monday afternoon Junior Schoentng Randy Parade much more than It could handle Fri Northrup both two for three for the "I"
$159 against Eastside We really need and Kilby walked to load the bases day as Gainesville got revenge.. Bradford game, slammed base hits past the "
3 Ots. the fan support now that we're into With Schoening tallying when Goodge actually led 2-0 early and after third baseman. With two outs I
18 OZ. $129 Ta>S the season ,',Wn, hit by a pitch Norman then four innings it was just 6.4 Palatka's shortstop bobbled Kevin ; ,
Plus'Tax 8 Pk. d Dep. The Eastside game starts at 4 p.m. cIiMicd\ the fpiup '1'o.stmi.ik'd 310 feet) Gainesville's way Seven GUS runs in Tlllman's grounder to load the bases
with the road game at Santa Fe lend the i bases! with his on<*-out drive to the sixth and nine In the seventh turned Scott Allen then slapped a line drive
Borden's All BRANDS BEER scheduled for 7:30: p,mI left Reid' It was Norman's first home the game into a laugher as BUS errors but Palatka's second baseman glovedthe I
run or[ the year and lei I his batting .made their pitcher's plight even screamer to end the contest. ;
79 ifl Case JUS I 10- Bakers aV"1 i ape at a torrid 500-.2(1()lilts in 40 at worse All\ three of BHS' runs came In the
MILl Gal. | 00 Bradford and the host Wildcat but Bill Goodge rapped out three hits in fifth. Allen singled to start the frame
Q Over Cost played hot potutoe with the lead four at bats, knocking in two runs and and was bunted to second by Doug I
before the Tornadoes finally plated fhi ti'.inis lip flopped the udvanfi scoring once himself to highlight the Reddish Walks to Dinky Kilby and ,

Tornado offensive. Dinky Kilby, Jef- Handy Parado loaded the bags and A
ft-ry. Norman and Keith Northrup got Norman and Northup came up with ,
Bradford's other hits. the run-producing base hits. 1

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.PPfpifp. _? In Home Track MeetBradford's 7\. \, !

1 _: _. S _ Tornadoes closed out .
a IRIS Fifth:61'olnM From ThirdAl !
t iflMM.sraii.AM busy track and field week with a second Maker County Track!Meet I '
.".... place showing in a three-way ,
meet at home Tuesday. Just six points seperated the Tornadoes -
With a month to go before the from third place yet they ,
&..ffl&isfflmOAST District Championships (April 26)) the finished on the bottom of a five-way \
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meet at Macclenny Thursday March
Tornadoes will run for the last time in
the regular season at Palatka, the 22. I
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LOTS OF Jasper-Hamilton's Tigers lastyear's
:jlistricl site, Wednesday. April 4. i
t 2A state champs won the meet

{ Tornadoes 2nd to Maker('0.at Home by a half-point. 105.5-105 over host h
Baker County with Kernandlna. Lake
CHICKEN Johnny Tatum scored 12 points as City and BHS well behind The Tornadoes -
HIS gave Baker County a run for its scored 47 lust six off
points
3 TO 8 LS AVO. p i c i C before falling back to second
3 NEC 55.3 GIMLET PKOS .'Ar* : !! 4 'noney the third place pace and three pointsout
3 SRIASTAOYARTEN4 BACKS ICHOIdrfSAVE lace in u trt-meet at home Tuesday. of fourth.
3. WITH BACKS The Wildcats scored 92 points in the
210 A LB p I Pole vaulter Todd Samons tookBradord's
I /in while Bradford tallied 685 and
'RI\ r ,". ,', '' v* l I ilfy &r Id U,. W I+m I N1REMlUMGIA .1-_') '-4iI .... only. individual title with at'
sK-sur ilnt m y..oMaI..t T
FLORIDA 5. 8 LB AVG. : 1'- T nn c. i. 11th ki as t+ dUn tumor\ t'n his beSt time, 4.:50.Blo"e'It'takesecond
WATER with a personal best time of 52.6.
/ FYNE TASTESK8NB.ESS in that event. Troy Ely was
GRADE LB ADDED j LB Ok third in the:J:10 yard hurdles and third in the 880 and the Tornadoes -i

SAVE lie A POUND an legs! on Bradford's winning mile had a trio of runners, Johnny Tatum f
l$>9Neaess ; nd mile medley relays for the day. Johnny Badlllo. and Barry Thomas
FRAtlK5 Other Bradford winners were score in multiple events. I.
II.II.O.A.O"ADI/ 'A' :lichard Smith In the 8HU. 2:03: Allen
LAOI WICK PMO1INOAEIBNG OCEAN :,AV1. :2tt colt in the shot 40'10,5", and placers: ,
put 120 Hurdes--3)! Thomas .
16.9. 6)
,, ..::;;::;viCHtjttr; 1202 98( odd Samons In the pole vault, 10'. Mersey,, 17.4. !

HENS ': GROUPERFILLET PACKAGE cott came; back to place third in the Milc--2)) Bennett 4:50.3: ... 4)) Badillo.OI. ,
:-.: r.7 L _. IsclJsNhil Smith anchored the mile : .
"'" .. ;;;- ledley relay unit that won in 3:41: .2.
4-40--4)) Tatum 33.4.... 6)) Williams.
STO :::
$1B49
7LB 69'r 'A FLASH mmmm uhnny Hadillo busted the 11 minute 553. ,
,
: Ave ..".<_4 11 FROZEN LB r CHOICE PANTRY PRIDE 1e2-Miler lark HI taking second. for Bradford. in 330: Hurdles> Thomas. 44.9.
880-3) Ely 2:14.
AU ITEM.AND MICE ROOD TMUKt,MARCH U, THRU WID."""It.*197 ,OU. nTY RIOMti MMRVIO. y Mile Medley: Kelay--3) BIIS

Sv..,...,. WI."., ..._ .HI ( Thompson Johnson Tatum f.
GWALTNEY .. GWALTNEY CREAM 'M.I.. ... .H..dl..d./ CI.'I. Badillo, 400.2MileS : .
MIIN' llMmpIO, M, ,IO49,JJiodllla INS 10 14,
CHICKEN .. .. : ) Badlllo. .11:30..6): ) R. '. !
GREAT 5 I.! ff ; IHI 3,412 (Smith. Tatuw. William I .
: HIM). Nugent 11:4IJ.
DOGS C.H :::H ..BOLOGNA .4.'laky C 22111i'kb/r.n.) IM1 14 I9))H...... Shol-4> Scott 414.75.
(..110II Pole Vault--!) Samons 10',... 5)
'SLICED16oi CIIEESE Mm.dl."f ..!.,..IH' 31S. (I".h." Joh....
ORANGE .
16az 89C 89C own. ..fin..*). Thomas, 9'6"
PKG. 10 tmllh PHI, I N, IBits I
PKG. SAVE 30C <0 Muidl.' ...)... M. 43 t. Ij '.'.". IMS 44.: 4).) I
lx xt In Tough Park at Knights of
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Cream Cheese .H IHIAKPAtrMALk .1,. *' IHI 11licut The Tornadoes managed just three
SKILLET! NDBREAKFAST .. .
LINK : PKO. -'Wllll* t 'Uri. 3))1,011 IHI,104 '.
unwiuMMKim 49t LB i \ Blue Bonnet Margarineiwf SAUSAGES SLICED 10 ..-MKilmnT, 44 t: Jl) PHI 4M (TI..... Central Florida's best-the Knights

KiftiafAxelrods 69t ao.. $199PKO. ,'.'..M...Hlld. kr, ..it Jahnlan.. Columbus track meet In Ocala. ,
Sour Cream $119 lll .I''.' M; ..tI' "I) .11. IHI I 03- 4)) '
BIAVI30 .d''"..SKI. Ii04. Apopka's Blue Darters took home
un w M M mat BACON 'Igh Borden's American Singles $16 )0..ob,.C I.... Gainesville Eastside second, I
Mf WIMM .UHWIUafCM..MI BONELESS BEEF Itl I
$24
Lykes Glazed Ham .I.l Vault todd tamom INS 10.nf ', bothered by a lung sickness, ran a : ;
IM W (to M HII.ut...n I LESCALYOGURT ROUI' '" Jump IM i C IIII'S'I 41) WrlhSKI. 2.04 880 to place second. i
Oscar Mayer Jumbo Franks 18 & $ rel. "If Richard wasn't sick he would I

Ml Won t. ,MISS ITYlt IA 118 239Pantr have ran away with U." Coach Rick
Pride Black Pepper 69 gas L *" 4/$1 iiJI TIE ifF"- LBCracker Stevens promised. ,
iM w Ire 39C COPT Two Tornadoes took sixth place.
Jack p + FLORIDA Johnny Tatum was'sixth in the 440 '
UH M .IW M- with a 54.1 clocking while Junior Todd
Krispy Saltine Crackers 59t BETTY CROCKER : CONTADINA I THEATRE 'Samons pole vaulted 11-feet for sixth ,, ,
wnmwuininixiai is sat ASSORTED FLAVORS d as four Brooksville Hernando :
Packer Label Mushrooms 2/89t/ CARE MIXES tt" TOMATO Call & Walnut vaulters swept the top spots.

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Lucky Leaf Apple Sauce 99 POUND an CAKE lea MIX IIMAICI."" 1' SAVE :1S<- ......Starke<*<*..9645451Ft *4
Sat Sun. Girls Track Team Has a .
YOUR ( 1501 31 i ;
HUNT'SKETCHUP CHOICEt! 69 ,CAN

i Week Off UnhappilyBradford's I


Lady Tornado track and
I
; +, KOUNTV KIST CREMORA field team had the week off a '
t 69c WHOll .._lo.eR..U M'I r predicament Coach Grover'' Howard
i 24o* ORANGE SYRUPL kY"Ty CORN OR COFFEE was. hardly pleased with.
I -7 "." CREAMER.FRENCH ''It'. really a shame and just silly
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FARE ; that we can't get somebody to run us* '
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JUICE $199 month before the district meet." {
24oiBTL. 79C( Howard
JAN 3/89c said at he viewed a BHS
w 30oz69Z track full of Baker County,Clay High
FRIES f; .PLUS. and BUS boys but no girls to run
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5 LBS FROZEN ARM & HAMMER' !:Jl1t-QI.! : ""J'J-. .; SUPER HERO t... :' "Great Smokey squad: ,

!!, 99 LAUNDRY SOS 39 $179 : :No': girls from either team showed
Roadblock"
f. DETERGENT Ifooz a ? WASTEBASKET : l'. -': up so Bradford girls ran only exhibi
tion runs In the
boys races Tuesday R

r :r Qi i I iVE I tI; : Tuesday They haven't, March run 20 competitively, with their since next

; CHOICEFREEZE DAWN GA.-; ; GENERAL i i GENERAL i Four Days 4.test in scheduled Palatka. for Wednesday, April

TASTERS I LAUNDRY : I MILLS -11{ i MILLS I
1,1 LIQUID Fn Sat Sun Mon ,
DRIED I I CHEERIOS 't i QQ.W.IUUAM; :

I I I DISH DETERGENT DETERGENT Si. CEREAL r I CEREAL I II "THEEVICTORS"PLUS ,

I COFFEE 8oz JAR I 1 s 47. i I 200 PACKAGE j IiI/J '5OZ'tACKAOa I II 1 ggTg / : ',,

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WITH THIS COUPON. GOOD TMBU II n.uu Mrtlk l.x>O \.*+MI/.O
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I Water's Unbeaten Winner in LWCIoftbafl Tourney I JJ Tli
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Water's! Bulldozing of Starke had ball league title (league play J : s' t "t.., -" )1t{)
take home the they whipped < .
plenty enough power to April a* ,t
top prize at the LWCI Softball tournament field of men's league teams o 'Q'j :
I over the weekend. straight wins. Water's topped '.
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The winners made themselves the ni'rup Starke Businessmen \'t is
early-line favorites for the city soft Sunday's title contest after .. < t TH.TWTA f
Stories In

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league play and weekend tournaments with,.....,
FRUIT & SHADE Is welcome to call 'In results of an out of f ,,
'; 1 certainly want info on local tourneys: that J Jh-,t I
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one tourney official on Mqnday'aUer the :
PEACHES $$ ), and Include name tournament champion I J"r I
: k game places and records of any Bradford '
$ and figures on the leading local httters from l<:
tai PEARS claimed the MVP Home Run or Batting /
too, : ,
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,: I\. 1 PLUMS All-Star.l.age Mention !"!!:t
& $ basketball players received mention on thei> I
MU\Ul\lS\
\, CHERRIES honor squad.Janette Easley, already(fibb "
$ Spring Sports Banquet, and Sandra Darley. .} 'J i.
f' '4EGEtABlE .IK.Jl I
APRICOT the 5-12 Lady Tornadoes, were picked on the
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\N 1B !teams made up of players from.2A and ",.'::1,,,
I'f, $1 00 I FIGS s6 ; ,,s J,,
: for Cheerleader Shortage .
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"I,' $ to the many Bradford High sports? ac- 'dliII'
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\ 1..54 190 Ea I thus allowing cheerleader .
FRESN-BULK football season ,1 1'
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tOl1'Ol"Stt1, Peas Beans Corn ; able to get to many of the away and hpme .I,/
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pEStS Baseball Team Adds >11;i
4tU"I.tS NOW IN STOCK( ''I'' Name Coachintf: List url,
\ and in armed forces baseball, has been adn'
pKp SHRUBS ball club after moving into the area with his "h., .
staff. '
the Post 202 pitching
pteigOeBT '" making the all-city team as a shortstop in :
\\\ on an Air Force team that toured the Far 1 h.I'
USt,1 team. Back in the states he took a U"1\
\\ college where he starred as a pitcher-first r.,1.",
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Courtnay Loses ',RezoningBid ir- -1 MORE d from pagesix ...._.. ..' ;--
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Calm lculoeS't I) Virginia Witts, Harold Bridge V-rt :l':);,'-'- 7'1 .,
Modular 2) Nancy 8tarW Y.....t 1) CMM fia ;,fl i i ;{ f"'::, ,
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One controversial .
request for Plant OpposedIn r ",
rezoning property was approved and another contested decision: i Ya .
another denied at Tuesday 'I \ .
night's strong opposition by homeowners in "
meeting of the Bradford County Zoning the former Eunice farm area north of i TIM tuxedo pot Its fame from the Tuxedo Park (N.Y.. xU"
Board. Country" GMn wtf* it. WM first worn by GrHwtfd '. .
Lawtey on the west side of U.S. 301 ;
Drawing the Lorillard 1ft J,18H., ;, }<,
largest number of opponents failed to sway the board from ap- .,< '
Jack Courtnay failed in his proval of rezoning a 4.1 acre tract to "i; 1-: ',' ,
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bid to have one acre rezoned from accommodate a proposed modular 'I" )'" .. '1 (. "1 ,
RlA (residential) to BP ,' ,4< ) .:wJ i ;
home plant with a retail aal.facility 'fj" : .r, O\. ,
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on Highway fronting on 301. '" ', \'!'{; 'tl .
21, between Keystone Heights and The rezoning petition was argued \ ,;"f.lif I' I'' :
Melrose, while Ronnie C Davis won before the board by realtor Ralph 'f" I
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approval of two new zoning classifications Bryan on behalf of his client, Gus
on 4.1 acres on the west side of Bobbenhausen of Jacksonville who
U.S. 301 north of Lawtey. proposes to buy the site from,Davis.A r I
Following strong opposition from a dual reclassification was required lil lirr tl I art \
groupof more than 50 Lake Geneva since Bobbenhausen proposes to
area property owners, the board reside on the property which is for
voted 3-1 to deny Courtnay's request bidden under MP (manufacturing)
which would have permitted con. zoning.In t
struction of professional business offices order to comply, one acre at the
just north of the entrance to Key rear of the property would be changed Greg Wtlllford and Lucien Gauthler f' rr
stone Club Estates in the southern tip from EA (exclusive agriculture) to
of Bradford County, southwest of OR (open rural) permitting a single
Keystone Heights family dwelling on oneacre; while 3.1 Soon
Courtnay's claim that he planned to acres fronting on the highway would Grand Opening : r sco :
use the property: for professional offices change from EA'' to MP.
with no retail sales allowed, failed (manufacturing) for the proposed ,I
to appease more than SO opponent plant and retail sales facility. : e e w '
of the rezoning. led by Art Keifer, a Bobbenhausen would also be1 per of Big A Parts House I !

former zoning board member, who mitted to sell mobile homes' taken. In of I II II II
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presented a protest petition with on trade. "
signatures of more than 90 area pro The reclassification was strongly Greg Willlford,recently of Jacksonville Big A handles domestic and foreign e a l ar
perty owners. opposed by Tom and Rena Herndon, and LucienGauthler, well' .parts along with a general tool line, IO I
Serving as spokesman for the Carol Slater, and Brenda Burroughs, known in the automobile repair business plus a large stock of batteries to fit
group. Keifer said the BP classification all of whom said they moved to the in Starke, are operatonof anything from a golf cart to a bulldozer I
would also permit veterinarians, area because of ita agricultural zon- the Big A parts house.located on A new item of which they are C P !' 4,I
funeral homes and several other and to from Is an automotive c:
lag get away congestion US 301 South by Suzuki of$tarke. especially proud ,
activities unsuited to a residential and industrial operations such as the Big A is a full automotive service paint mixing system which enables
area if Courtnay, a land developer, one proposed. They said the road Into store!, carrying parts for mechanicsand them to match your paint specifications HOMES t't
should; sell the one-acre site at a later their property was already bad in wet the do-it-yourselfers. perfectly. They also have facilities -

date. Keifer also said the proposed weather, and would further dete- Greg I Is the son of store owner Ray for machine shop and presswork U.S 301S. 964-6852 Stark, Fla. t t
professional area If Courtnay, a land rioate with the heavy vehicles coming Williford They own and operate along with a complete exhaust ., I
developer should sell the one-acre in and out of the plant. Superior Automotive, a battery sales system. Watch for the grand openingsoon
site At a later date: Keifer also said Before the 3-1 vote, approving the and service business plus a fuel services i
the proposed professional offices rezoning, Bryan told the board that business.Greg anticipates moving l

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employed at the proposed plant. and said the friendly attitude of the ;
already a dangerous corner where The opposing residents were advised people In the Starke area is very unique I"I
three accidents have occurred in the they could appear before the Coun- ,in that you never meet a stranger !
past few months" He charged the ty Commission at Us Monday twice. FACTORY DIECT'rPRICES I
proposed "spot zoning" would set a meeting.In Lucien Is a home-town boy and has, t. i ij
bad precedent in an area devoted to other action the board approved owned and operated his own garage in j ii
attractive single family residences. Maurice W: Norton's application for Starke for the past couple of years. He Saves You Money On i
Courtnay said the offices, one of rezoning 2.1 acres, on the east side of and wife Shirley have one son, Nicky i
which would be for his own use,wouldbe U.S. 301. 2.3 miles south of Starke Lucien attended Santa Fe Junior College '\
placed "back among the trees! from OR to BA for operation of an and is experienced in all. phasesof
and would not add to congestion or ,auto repair shop the automotive field. w Bedspreads
poor visibility to the Club Estates entrance Also approved was Marshall i
He added that he would haveno Donaldson s request for rezoning 1.8 MORE "I., :.
objection to deed restrictions for- acres nine miles south of Starke on V jt,')"f"< ( q, j IdTo
bidding commercial use of the property the southwest side of SR-100 from RlA ( $ :
but Keifer pointed out that the ( residential) to BP Arts and CraftsYouth. i
Zoning Board has no control over' (business-professioinal. +
such restrictions.On A public hearing on the county's + iveI
;a motion to deny the rezoning, proposed new subdivision regulationswas DDonald} Morgan 2)Timmy,) J f11 \ ',4r
the vote was Schulz,Scotland Rardonfor set for the next regular zoning Faulkner.
denial, with Mueller opposing. board meeting on April 24. String Art: Adult: 1) Joy Starling. 4.
Youth l) Chuck Goodowns. \j; ;
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Stroud. 2) Roger Dobbs, Denna Holders: 3)) Melissa Gee. Cooper.
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Howard, Johnny Krider, Betty Herndon Foster 3) Mike Rourke. and Carl Cooper. Youth 1) Michael Jordan and ,.
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Printed Public Speech: 1) Robbie Novelties Adults 1) Camille 1 II
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Randy Balkcom, Sherri I Harrell, May.Woodworking: 1) Randy Staring Anderson. Youth. 1) Dawn Scott ,
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by I).>lore.Mrng: : Joyed riding the train all around the
Phone I&8-I,,$ '; .. '. \ ,,',,,r ,. grounds of the Zoo and going on the
visited classes'during the,week to in Zoo Trip 'iwt: various rides. '.
BookmoblleThe form student about proper methodsof Students of Mrs. Joyce McMillan's Due to the kindness of the Jacksonville Managerial Promotions
Bradford County Bookmobile; using thu>crd catalog second grade class and third grade Zoological Society the tudeat,
visits Hampton every Tuwday from They learned location of various in Mrs Aril-en! Rich's third RlNMhL were able to visit \the Zoo and em y
12.30 unlit 2:30 p m at the Port Office types of books by author, title or sub class enjoyed a lovely day at the-, the rides at a very reasonable cosi J. Charles Sawyer, President of
parking lot. Books suitable for aU age ject matter. They were informed Jacksonville Zoo on March 26. Thy> $ellooaMda1 Sawyer Gas Company of Jackson ,
groups may be borrowed free of about librarycard filing.and cross filing took along packed lunches and were Michelle RahuMt ceieorated her ville, announces the transfer and
charge! as well as proper identification of accompanied on the trip "by. reassignment of EL. "Nook" Nor
12th birthday on March 22. Her 6th
book numbers and letters chaperones Mrs Diane Davis, Mrs/ man from VIce-Presldent and
LoU'a'ountryStore O *> Jolene Friese. Mrs. Betsy Herseyf grade classmates sang Happy Birthday General Manager of Sawyer Slade
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The community welcomes the 'recent ltflnl-6lyiriiics I | I Mrs. JoAnn Home, Mrs. Prevatt to her and she had a decorated Gas of Starke, Inc., to Regional Sales "
cake for
a family ,
celebration.Seventh
opening of Lett's Country Store, Selected students of Rick Ezzell'sPhyilcaf Mrs Alethla Redding, Mrs. Carolyn Coordinator of the Sawyer Companies l _
Mo-
operUted b>' Hank and SuSi -LoU. Its Education classes participated Slater and Mrs. Lola Williamson,' celebrated grader her Teresa The Sawyer Companies are
convenient location at the intersection in the Mini.Olympics held at Mrs. Joyce Collins was the cheerful Cullough, 13th birthday engaged In the Propane business, :
(if SIt-l8 and SK-329 offer local Brooker Elementary School on March bus driver for the trip. on March 22 Her classmate, heating and air conditioning both
residents an opportunity to,save gas On Tuesday the classes wrote Brad Russell also turned,(3( on March: contracting and service and tale appliance L1iEd .
in grocery shopping. They feature 27Local winders will announced essays about their exciting and 221 LUNCH MENU business. Mr. Norman will : "
fresh vegetables along with. fresh next'"'"weekV'. Mrs:'. Margaret educational trip. They drew pictures April H have sales responsibility for Region
I meats and staple.items. i Wadsworth'''and' Principal l Connie of the birds fish snakes and animals MONDAY April 2. Sloppy Joe on II, which comprises Green Cove Springs
Clark accompanied the group on the' they saw, including a baby zebra and bun. cole slaw, French fries applesauce Lake City, as well as Starke and
IIorr Again bus driven, by Mrs. Joyce Collins. very young rhlnocerous.They also,ern' cookie milk. the surrounding areas. His efforts will
.
Friends and neighbor/ are happy to TUESDAY April 3, Sliced turkey be the promotion marketing and ex KlpplingrrEd
know thai Mrs Josephine Fontaine to .r' mixed pansion of all three departments of
mashed
vegetables
home after two weeks Classic, Tale on Channel This Week .,.; potatoes w/gravy peach half, roll, milk. the companies. states that he is looking forwardto
hospitalization at Bradford County -- WEDNESDAY April, Hamburger Mr. Norman stated, "I am looking joining the Sawyer Companies.
Hospital. The.Rev John M, Flynn, rector of between good and evil, light and gravy rice mustard greens banana forward to the opportunity and "The Sawyer Companies have a very
St Mark's Episcopal Church would darkness winter and spring,sacrificeand cornbread, milk.THURSDAY. challenges of my new position whichis dramatic growth record and one with
Itirlhday Celebration like to call to the attention of all thoseIn selfishness, life and death." April 3. Pizza tossed being a part of the growth expansion which I will enjoy becoming involv
Virginia and Roy Roark hosted a this area \the Episcopal Radio-TV salad Mexlcorn, pear half, milk. efforts of our company. It will ed." With the energy crunch of recent
covered dish birthday)cetebrYtidKTor"Mrs Foundation's heralded presentationof The Rev. Flynn said, "At a time FRIDAY, AprU S, Tuna salad give me the opportunity to extend my years economical, gas has become the most
and available of all
CS Lewis' THE LION. THE efforts into areas I enjoy and where I
Ruth Dennison on Saturday in when many people are condemning green peas, potato chips,orange Juice .
honor of her March 23 birthday. WITCH AND THft ';WARDROBE the sex and violence which comprises jello, fruit cup, milk.St.Edwarda, can contribute on a broader base energies.Ed
Invites his friends
relatives and friends who which will appear in two animated much of our current television fare, it. and
attended one-hour segments on Sunday and is to be able call customers to come by and visit during
the affair at the City (Hall a joy to attention to a
were: Mrs Patsy Harvey.Mickie and Monday evenings, April 1 and '2 at program that Is both entertaining and News the Fair at the Sawyer Slade Booth. .

Katrina of Atlanta. Georgia, Mr and 8:00: p.m, on CBS members'of'hiscongregation Channel 4. He substantive. A whole new generationis Reverend Father Patrick Foley **********
Mrs. Dennis Roark and Christy of especially urges all discovering C.S. Lewis. Perhaps'
Cocoa, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Gaskins to gather in their homesin this television fantasy will bring Pastor of St. Edward's Catholic
and Bug from Haiford, Mr. and Mrs.T family or neighborhood groups to many more people into the circle of Church was honored in the parish SERVICEMENCaptain
.A. Jackson of Wild wood, Mr. and watch "this classic story of the battle C.S. Lewis fans'' hall Sunday evening, March 29, witha
covered dish dinner In celebrationof Jack McComb, Jr.
I Mrs. Earl Price and S.D. Price of
and the Seventh Anniversary of his Ordination Promoted to Major
Jacksonville Air Mrs. Fred
: ----- OBITUARIES -- the Priesthood. Father Jack F. McComb Jr.,
I Kller and !Mrs Mary Jones of ---- to Captain son
with red of Mr. and Mrs. Jack McComb Sr. of
Palatka, Mr and !Mrs. Lyman Foley was presented a rose
Huntley Tampa, Brewster and Em. William E. Cannon bouquet by Mrs Antoinette COBS on Starke, attained the rank of major in
ma Mew and Sharon Jackson of Bran. 2 sisters, Mrs. Minnie Lois Noer of behalf of the Altar Society. A cake the United States Air Force as of
don, Mr. and Mrs Bill Maxwell and William E "Bill"Cannon 13. of Rt. Jacksonville and Miss Katie Cannon decorated with red roses, a replica of March 1.
Mrs. Frances: Wadsworth of Hampton 2, Box 48, Starke. died in the Baptist of Bell; 13 grandchildren and 12 the church, and appropriate inscription Maj. McComb recently qualified as
Ada and Tommy Jackson of- Hospital in Jacksonville Friday morning greatgrandchildren.Funeral was also given to Father Foley. ___.n pilot of an F-111 Air ''Force fighter -3
Crestview. They all enjoyed the after a lingering illness. Born In services were held at J Food served at the dinner was principally plane, one of the nation's most ad
decorated birthday cake and Bell, Florida, August 5, 1005, Mr Cannon p.m. Monday, March 26, In the Mt. of Italian variety. Tables were E.'". NormanJ. vanced fighter planes
delicious food moved here 18 years ago from Horeb Baptist Church near High Spr. set with place mats with Italian Major McComb Is a Bradford *-
Jacksonville. He, was formerly ings, with Rev. Walter H. Lee of, scenes. wall decorations depicted Charles Sawyer President of native and graduated In 1963 from
Mrs. Frances Wadsworth employed as a night watchman by the ficiating. Burial was in Mt. Horeb various types of Italian pasta. Spring Sawyer Gas Company of Jackson- Bradford High School where he was .
celebrated her birthday on March 22. A.C. Ferguson Hoofing Company in Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jonas'Funeral flowers of azaleas, dogwood and ville, announces the appointment of an honor graduate and a member of >
Jacksonville and was a member of Home in charge of the ar- ( bridal wreath with greenery were us- Mr. Ed. Rip linger as General the BUS football team. He graduated
Mr. Lynn MiCullnugh! hdd a March the Morgan Hoad Baptist Church of rangements. ed for table bouquets. Manager of Sawyer Slade Gas of from the U.S. Air Force Academy in
25 birthday Starke. Following the dinner Father Foley Starke, Inc. Mr. Ripplinger is a nativeof Colo. with a degree
I Survived by his wife, Maggie showed slides and gave a commentary this area being born and raised in in International Relations. McComb
Twin Birthdays Stance! Cannon; 2 sons, Lewis Can- Hampton Baptist on his recent trip to Italy when he Union County. He is a 1968 Florida earned a master's degree in Logisticsat I
non of llazclhurst, Ga. and Tommy was accompanied by Reverend State University graduate receiving Wright Patterson Air Force Base in
I Odessa and her
Mrs McConnaghy celebrated Cannon of Lake Butler, 6 daughters, Ilomec 9ming SundayThe Father Gregory Fey of Jacksonville. his B.A. degree in Advertising and Dayton, Ohio.McComb .
i twin brother. Otis Melton Mrs. Lois Thornton. Miss Lillie Can Scenes of St. Peters Basilica where Public Relations He has owned and and his family at present '
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their birthday March 22. non, Miss Ann Cannon, Miss Themla Hampton Baptist Church Is Father Foley offered mass were operated the Holiday Inn Service Sta- a re stationed at Clovis AFB Clovis; '
Waldronon Cannon all of Starke, Mrs. Ruby having their annual homecoming this shown, as well as pictures of Pope ion in Starke for the past five years. New Mexico where Major McComb is 1 1:
}, Happy!March Birthday 2111! to Nancy Hodges of Gainesville, and Mrs. Sunday April 1. Special events include -. John Paul II, the Sistine Chapel Ed ill active In civic activities In- attached to an F-l 11 fighter squadron j
Velma Creamer of Jacksonville; 1 dinner on the ground and lots of Vatican Museum the cities of. cluding the Rotary Club and Chamberof
\".itorllI brother, Calvin Cannon of Chief land; fun and games. Everyone Is invited to Florence and Naples..and other pointsof Commerce. He is the current Presi- 5
ij attend and help celebrate our 88th birthday interest in Italy. dent of the Chamber of Commerce.Ed #cf\
Mrs. Viola Gray and Mrs. Mary Assisting in arrangements for this is active member of the O
---rare a tiara-- an
I Saballas of Jacksonville visited !Mr. A brief history of the church is that affair were Mrs: Mary Cissy, Mrs. Madison Street Baptist Church. He Vin Y
and Mrs Gerald Brown and family: on SENIOR it was formed in 1891. It first met at Claire Brunetti, Mrs. Coss and Donna and his wife Julia,and their two sons, Johannes Gutenberg the ..
Sunday.Mr. Hampton Lake where the Santa Fe Samons.Lenten Mike age 6 and John age 3 reside in father of printing, was '
and Mrs. Martin Meng of
Cemetery Is now. The ones most in- Penance Service Starke originally i goldsmith. >t
Crystal River spent the weekend with strumental forming the church was
his parents Mr and Mrs Paul Meng CITIZENS the Williams brothers, J.R., Tom and Parishiones will have an opportunity
and family R.N. The building was-' there before of better preparing for the Feast of ----- Community News -==--;
l\Irs..Russell Gilbert and Karen of, ATTENTION all registered voters 1877 lor sure,just how much earlier is Easter on Wednesday, April 4, at 7:00:
i Micanopyi. *tiUHlher,'parents ,,M(!. -n 60 yearsand over ,)'t.u can>vote'inI'clecrtanftif \ .'. uncertain. .$.*,#{....> N4is'''''fjgt p.m., when the Lenten Penance Ser:;' J i *i* gj bv Elizabeth G.Walker T'jltuc I enUiusia i o .
, and Mrst.6 itcisi41cpa and JltflaalYoHf1 silver-haJned* atorah4 o.ATl Ut "iWl,Ine''CnuTcnTWBWW;into" vie will be held at SI: Edward's 'Phone 964-66S3 i I! "Wf1**11Y.", ku1!*Tn'tsaa ewerdiscussed .
and Mrs Kenny :McClure Kasey and candidates at the Bradford County town a couple of years before {(" Church. Neighboring priests will be .. t.: ". .,
Ryan and the Paul Meng family on Courthouse. Supervisor of Elections ton was incorporated. "The old present to assist with the service. NOTICE! The citizens of Target The annual quota was donated lathe

Monday. office on Friday, March 30, ] to 4 p.m. building on Hampton Lake then was ---- Area 1 are grateful for the progress V.A. Hospital.Also a donation was
Senior citizens should make every used for funerals and visiting pastors made in improving streets, sewers made to the John E. Davis Fund. 1
11.1'111'1'41FLIIETAHY' :: ; :NKW.S: effort to cast a ballot. This is the second About .906 this building burned ac- Raltord and homes. We are grateful and A candidate for the National Commander
set at
Spelling lire annual election for silver-haired cidently. The church moved outside Gospel Sing hopeful that the improvement continues will be the first In Florida.
Billy. Bauldree was chosen school legislators in the State of Florida. the city limits of Hampton in 1971 to There will be a gospel sing Saturday All Target Areas need im Rev. Leroy Davis Chaplin offered
l champion and the runner-up was I.astlear July.( 1978) the resolutions its present building March 31, at 7:30: p,m. in the provements. This will encourage prayer for the deceased Veteran'
1 Amy Williams. in the school spelling bills and two Community Center In Raiford. citizens to have pride in the community families
bee held :March 22 between 5th. 6th which are now under serious debate Featured singing group of the even not for minority groups but for all All members are asked to attend
and ready for the ing will be the Fulgin Family of
l and 7th graders which Disco people.There. meeting monthly the first Tuesday in
They will participate in the County Florida Legislative body will Dancing Ocala. will be a Target Area Improvement each month. The cooperation and I input
convene for regular sessions April 2, Refreshments will be served and Day on Saturday April 14 of the members will be needed.
Spelling Bee scheduled for April 5 at There is still time to enroll at the
loam at the School Board Building 1979. SFCC Starke Office for the Disco the public is invited to attend and at 9 a.m. Everyone will meet at the Concerned Citizens of Bradford
in Starke Keystone Heights Senior Citizens Dance course beginning April 4th at hear some fine singing. R.J.E. Gymnasium. The first projectwill County Inc.: The monthly meeting of
will vole at Congregate Meal Center the Vo-Tech Center. be to clean the streets of litter and Concerned Citizens! will be held
I I.ibrury Skills St\ Anne's Episcopal Church, Mike Manero, the Taught class will by expert meet Starke Post Office rubbish from Brownlee Street east to Thursday, March 29 at 7:30.: All interested
Keystone Heights on the same date from Old Lawtey Road West to Oak Street citizens are invited to attend.
6 to 8 each Wednes-
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Librarian Kathryn p.m
Joe Kerrigan day.Fi and North to North Street. Citizens are impressed with the Improvement -
Accepting ApplicationsThe All residents of the Reno area are around the grounds at
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urged to participtae in the clean up R.J.E Citizens are asked to
Starke, Florida Post Office announces project. cooperate and donate shrubs to help
that applications for an examination If you have any questions pleasecall beautify the grounds.
for the position of Linda Day at 964.5027.
Substitute Rural l Carrier of Record American Legion Post 314 Commander CHURCH ACTIVITIES .
will be received during\ the period Royal reports a satisfactory New Bethel Baptist ('hurch: Week
March 27, 1979 thru April 24, 1979. meeting for March 20 There were ly activities begin each Wed. 7:30: with
Fi FiIfl Forms may be picked up from the two-thirds of the 'membership pre-- Prayer Meeting and Bible Class Sun
Postmaster at the Starke, Florida sent. Spirits were high. There was day School only Sunday.
Post Office. All members are asked to meet for

-- a business meeting Friday, April 6,

60 Years Of Service To BradfordUnion/ 'Clay Residents .7:30.::\11, :Moriah 'l'nltedI.thodl: t

Church i Easter practice began Monday -
.4 p.m. It will continue for the
( PeWitt C. Jones next two weeks. All Sunday School I
students are asked to attend. Sunday I
Month I School 9:30. Holy Communion will be A
Funeral Home
I II given in the 11 am, service. *
Pleasant Grove United :Methodist !
Church: Each Thursday 7:30: Prayer ,
Meeting. Sunday School 9.30: Communion -
CertificateANNUAL flYWe Offer The Bereaved Service 3 p.m. ..
:Mt. Plsgah A..M.K.; t hurch i Choir i

\1 Family All Of The rehearsal Sunday 630. Sunday School
RATES .
9:30. Communion Service 11 a.m. t I

S I II An Annual Rnta And Is Subioct TO Clang At Renewal fe\lea'\ l FUgulauoni Prohibit, ThPEUCt Greater Bethlehem Freewill Bap,
ComooundnQ, 0' Int....,'By'Any FnBnclnllnah'u"on, Ouno The term Of This O.posil;; ,: l< I Services Involved In A list 'hurch: : Easter rehearsal began'i'
Monday, 7:30: Each Tuesday Prayer' 4!
': I "" t Meeting. Wed 7:30: the following
I Traditional Funeral Circles. meet. McKay's Circle will
( uGJU0 Jm13WV0 t1JJOOm( 1lm mtiJ '\ meet at Rev"E.B. Duncan In Lawteytt?
; $And Burial Blye's Circle wII| meet at Mrs. Louisa:
'
Linsey: Lee' Circlewlll meet at MrsJ
.Florida,Bank at,Starke V Annie. Jean Dean( Thursday 7:30: ?
Easter rehearsal. '
6:30
Having Been Friday the!
.
.. '" Junior Ushers will rehearse.
Satur
:, eL1 M.: I : Mmbir i\
M .
:
\ +!:: !tm fWf pair
day 5'p.m: : thejLlttle; Church will
x A" '
KBl *l 7anor\da\ Notional soma oi Florida Ine + Established For ,
:.:., : IIi! ,,!Ot ', oft. rehearse. Sat. ,6:. Sunday School'leachers
: ; \ '. .o, .- ._ "'':.." W ,/ i< meeting. Sat. 7 p.m..(

i Rates Guaranteed To Maturity-On'Certificot3s. Issued March: :: '.29 Through t : Lt +< I Many Years In Choir Morning rehearsal.Worship:Sunday 11 { Junior:

I "" '+0- Our Facility-We 12:30.: Evening Worship 6 p.nf. ,

April 4, 1979. T1 Certificates, Are!issued ; jth A Minimum t ? Friday night April 16 Mrt. Rose
r
Williams will Sponsor a surprise'pr
I Investment Of $) 0,000.:They Are Subject Tp.Exisfing Penalties for Early Are Able To gram at 8 p.m. She is inviting the!:
members and everyone in..the community -

Withdrawal, l : Loss df/p'Months(/ Intere f.Aritt.ThePpy; ev. 9fAny. ; 4'M.e.; .. 1.X'' d Provide- q. -. Our .Fine,. ,v.4)a.a ,r..,.Eb i to nee participate.Baptist CbarcMPrayer; f

Remaining Interest At The Passbook Rqte... ,,1'\. ". .. .!*., "- r rireTdYou Af Less Cost/ saa.ti.411sRaei Meeting day? p.M'and SundaJrSchoora-ao.'Mor Bible Study each: Thurs ,,

-------------------------------- Big Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship

!aARESERIOUSt AROUtb :R : BUSINESS : t ''w, :-" r 6 i.Greale'p.m. Allen_. Chapel A.M. *

: .ett, ,'a !J J.,o n ej .. ., : '' 'Ckufchv' Ldvefeast Service! .Fridaj
:30. School
Sunday
10 a.m. Communion
,
' \: For Your ConvehYerj/e( We Now'10.ffP.mt( Wt iYe ln'Boraklf1gHo: rs: Funeral 'me' :C!LStarke" : 1 _.First Service Born'tl Church a.m. of The Uvlna

God Friday 6:30 Bible Study, 7:30'!

Monr- ;W4'8:30r ;?0' :: ' I .. V .. .JJ\b'rt'J 10:30.: Morning Worship 11:30.
11"' .. W "' 2 \ Thurs, \ p.m
I 1 Thurs 8:30: 5:00': :'It : 964>6200 .. 473-3,176 YPcw. Cvening Worship 7 p.m. .1
: Q\00, ,A.M.: ft 1 ::3Q, p.m. 'tf" it : Free Canaan True Church of God In

F i'IJ3o,; 6OO: 9OA-lVfJsQO: \ 4:00: .' 6:06: RENTAL Christ Tarrying Service each Wed
4 Crutches 7:30.: Prayer Meeting each Friday]

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CHURCH ACTIVITIES: to Mr. ...MM.BO JNgey.. ... .LAWTE: ., *. < Hall, school Brinatjpal. Judfes ware
Attention Church' **and P'of ....... uttor+ ''' Mrs Pat !Spengler, Braih'd County Editor's Note: Just prior to pr.- ,
April 1M 79. church cheft&iffili AWe Joiner. ",1\\ ",';' 1 ." School Board Member: Mrs. time we learned that Miss Terry has ,
be published in the T 1e graph only IlL and? ...... Douglas Herndon and once month on the first n ._. Shannon, of Beador't&Cii >. '.- and Mr. Larry Powell, teacher. was vtstt&ig relatives when she apparently -
e.chiaonth. In the meaD true '.' ibqnt ,.weekend. wtth. their BMfcr, The participants represented tfaete had a stroke. Our thoughts go
II a Change In id edW.. jpSawSE! Mx$. Htokm Herndon and ....... IlLHentdon spent Friday until /Sunday rib her Mrs. Wwdlt aith aa4 daughter rooms well and it was a valuable. toarnlag out to her at this time. In caw she
tact and she will take car left on Tuesday for a short foe*. Mrs. Pierce.Crew Mrs. Onto Elizabeth of JjuftwovUle W a t the experience for everyone involv cannot handle her news as usual next
ot tine dl8aage or any special items for time in, South Carolina and will Thornton aloof AuburndaJe vtstted weekend wUi jbar parents CM. and eeL The school champion and first week, we request that Hems be called
hIrebee.r
the t return for the Bradford County Fair. her sister, Mrs. Pierce Crews on Friday Mrs. Wm. Wilson. runner-up will represent Lawley in to the Telegraph office for po''" -
Grace United M thodl.t: Bible After the Fair he will return to his and spent' the long weekend with Mr. and Mel. Las Mcdellan spent Elementary at the County Bee on Uon.
School Study at the mach every base in South Carolina until May 16 at her son--I..law.nd. daqhter,'Mr.tu$. the'weekend of March la with their April 5.
Wednesday night at The which time he plans to be discharged Mrs. W.F. Atwood Mrs. Alphfe Pat son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
church has a nursery for preschool froLwtm Marine Corps. They will live rtsh of Aubumdale spent Friday to Mrs. Ronnie McClellan and family of 135 Raised Restaurants
children during worship services. ay. 'Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Iva Vidalia Ga. I
Attention Ladle: As of April 1st, Deepest of the community McKlnney on Morgan Road near Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ceballos and
'191 United Methodist Meetings will be is extentded to Mr. and Mrs. Octa- Starke. All of them returned home on family and Mr. and Mrs. MikeCl'llpee For David Inman Fund ,
PODl\shed\ in the Telegraph on the vian MoWs and family due to the Sunday morning. / Jr. of Starke spent the
third Tuesday of each mont. death of their brother, Oren Hyde of Miss Dorothy Swanbom'! and Miss weekend with their brother and Fish bowls. set up In MacDonald'sand Shands Teaching( Hospital on I
United Methodist Women met at the Clarksburg, W.Va. Arthurine Blanchard visited her sister-in-law. Mr.( and -Mrs. Bruce Western Steer restaurants have December 12, 1978, David was '
home of Mrs. Frank Coss with Mrs Jeff Marrs of Jacksonville, was a slater Miss Enza Blanchard: at Baker crap e and family of Jacksonville been filled with f 135 so far In donations 'I I
Mamie Lou Edwards, co-hostess, on Monday supper guest of his aunt, County Nursing Home at Maccleony Mrs. Jimmy Ceballos, and Mrs for the David Inman Fund, set diagnosedmalignant Chides cer 1
March 20 with 14 members present Mrs O.J. Anders, and his mother on Wednesday afternoon. Mike Crapse, Jr., attended the up by the local chapter of the cf the central nervous system. He is
Meeting was called to order by Mrs Mrs. Marian Hall. Mrs. Hall returnedhome Doss JDgg1nb tham, of MaXviUe.apent Strawberry Pageant at Starke on American Cancer Society. currently hospitalized at Alachua
Wilma Wainwright and Mrs. CoBs with her son Jeff, after spending Sunday with Mrs. Hester lUcks. Saturday night. General Hospital.
gave the devotional from the 46th some time with Mrs. Anders Henry Hodges and sons attendedthe Mr. and Mrs. Virgil! Gnus and David is the slx-year-ofd son of Mrs. Any donations to the David Inman
Psalm. She also read an article from Mr and Mrs Ronald Herndon are car races at Lake City Speedwayon Mrs Maines Griffis and children of Martha Fried. He is the grandson of fund can be made to the American
Guide Post Magazine, "Slow Down the proud parents of a son John, bornin Saturday night. Palatka attended Homecoming at Malcolm and Mabel Sanders, retired Cancer Society through Mrs John W.
and Live" St. Vincent's Hospital', Jacksonville Mrs. Pierce Crews Mrs Onto Highland Baptist on Sunday and spent residents of Starke His father is Griffin, P. O. Box 3W Starke Fla.
on Feb. 28. Grandparents are Thornton and Mrs Charles Sellers. the afternoon with their mother, Mrs. Charles D. Inman, Jr. of Montgomery 32091. or can be left at Stump's
PERSONALS: Mr. and Mrs. Hulon Herndon and Mr. visited their brother-in-law add Nellie Wilkinson sister Mrs. Daisy Alabama. Department Store In Bradford '

We are happy to report that Mark and Mrs. Berry Wilkerson. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Prlngle.of Boch and niece, .MJos Lynn: Whaley. Following exploratory surgery at Square. .,,.., ,.
Hildreth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert TMI Wayne Gustafson left on Mon- Worthington Springs on Saturday. .;< :' ; "

Hildreth, of Kingsley Lake, who was day for Charleston,S.C. but returned From there they shopped in LAWTEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BROOKERIN -------.---- '
seriously injured in a wreck in home on Wednesday for an extended Gainesville and ate lunch. After lunch Menu,April., tt7tMoU.yHot' I

November 1978 and Is still in leave. they visited their sister, Mr. D.1.,? 'dog on bun,. BRIEF Paul Prescott on Friday, March: 16 for-; :. >. .
Cathedral Towers Nursing Home In Mrs. Octavian Nicula and Mr. and Shaw and her family, Mr. and Mrs. mustard/catsup, baked beans, coleslaw Mrs Marie Nichols and her,""lt(;, > i
visit
Jacksonville is improving some Mrs. Floyd Jenkins of Jacksonville Johnny Outlaw. and family of peaches milk.TuesdayBoiled a week
Jeannette David Scott spent a
every day. Our prayers are with him attended the funeral of their brother, LaCrosM. beans w/ham season- By Prescott grandson The rest of the I

and his parents. Oren Hyde of Clarksburg, W.Va., on Mr. and Mrs, Robert Lee attendedthe big, candied yams, applesauce, corn- with the returned Prescotts.: home. While they .
Mr. and Mrs Jesse Barbour and Saturday. They spent from Friday until celebration of the 80th anniversay bread, butter milk.WednetiJayMeatloaf. PERSONALS family visited their Uncle !
family spent from Thursday ,until Monday with the family and other of the Arlington United Methodist w/catsup, Mrs. Clara Mae Bishop of Mobile were visiting they ,
Saturday night with their uncle and relatives. Church of Jacksonville on Saturday mashed potatoes w/gravy green Ala., spent a week with Mrs. PearlMri Oliver Clemons In Union County
He
Butler. doing
aunt Mr. and Mrs. Roy CUmmings of Franklin McDanlel. of Winter night and Sunday.Mr. beans pears, rolls, butter, milk. Hospital in Lake was
Wilmington, N.C. Their mother, Mrs. Garden, and Miss Elaine Manning of and Mrs. Kenny Thompson of Thursday-Turkey salad on lettuce Sara Pitt and daughter of well and was discharged Eunice on Monday.
visited Aunt Regar
Opal Lewis spent a month with the Lawtey were united In marriage at Starke were Sunday dinner guests of leaf, tater tots, mixed vegetables, Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. They also demons while in
Cummings. They were able to come Faith Baptist Church March 20. Elder their grandmother, Mrs; Daisy bread slice l/J orange, milk. Markey last Tuesday. Mrs. Markey and Aunt Myrtice
home from the hospital the week A.E. Massey performed the Thompson and uncle and aunt, Mr. Friday-Fried chicken, mashed and Mrs. Iva Douglas visited Mr. and Lake Butler. the Prescotts
before so Mrs. Lewis returned home ceremony. Relatives and friends at- and Mrs. Millard Jordan and family potatoes, green beans, coconut cake, Mrs Morrison Jordan of Keystone On Sunday March: 18, to Bran- .
with her son-in-law and daughter Mr tended the wedding. The McDanlels Mrs. James Waters visited her hot rolls, butter,.milk. Heights last Sunday and Monday. and Mrs. Nichols traveled aunt MamieMarkham. .
and Mrs'. Jesse Barbour and In Mr. and Mrs..Alton Nichols: accompanied ford to visit their \
family. are living In Leesburg. aunt, Mrs. Bertie Manning <( '' ,, ,
to ;
Deepest sympathy of the commUnI. Mrs. Charles Sellers of Auburndale Alachua General Hospital, The Lawtey Elementary' School by their son Alton Lee and his We ask everyone kepj.w; '$ '!;:; : .. I'
AunUdaml.lntbelrP1'yer"laheb1l'
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afternoon. wife Linda along with their two sons t
n Gainesville held '' I
on Sunday Spelling B e9 was Thursday
: ,
and not doing well. They also visited Mr;; ., :{ (
Miss Billie Doreen Wilson went to James David Scott of Lakeland, ;
March 22, in the school library. '
there
NOTICETO ;
andMn.J.W.MikeUwl .,
(0" ,
England on Thursday to visit her The school: champion, is Pamela arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ,

:, ALL INTERESTED CITIZENS AND TAXPAYERS OF brother-in-law and sister Maj. and Austin, daughter. 'of Mr. and Mrs. I ," ,
Mrs James Dougherty and family. Lester Austin BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDAYou Mrs. Dougherty called and told her Bruce Howard,'son. of Mr. and M.... -LEGALS I /'v.f,

are notified that the Bradford, County Housing parents Col. and Mrs. Wm Wilson Thomas M.'ffoward.' Second runner PUBLIC NOTICE t. tcir !
had returned from Israel andit t/"
she of Ms.
Just .Scott;;. daughter MAP BY THE IN1EN TION I ITOIlIiGIS11Jt.iI"
MENT AND
Authority will hold Its organizational meeting on was really beautiful there. Con Anderson. REZONING IS BEING ItE.QUU1I1) CITY OF HAMPTON. ;;w' .1 I

Wednesday, April 11. 1979 at 7:00: P.M. In the CountyCommissioners' Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Norman and Class winner** and participants in FOLLOWING POts DESCRIBED till fLORIDA IN ACCOR.: f'CTITIOU.Tr' .. .
their and daughter-in-law, Mr. Cbru'Cribbs .; .
son the school Spelling Beewere, \ '
DANCE WITH THE LOCALGOVERNMENT NAME I
Meeting Room of the 'Bradford County and Mrs. Carl Norman and sons at and Jan dameS. ) from Miss PARCEL COMPREHENSIVE .. "I'r r

Courthouse. Starke, Florida. ''Among matters to be con, tended Homecoming at Highland CutUno's fifth:geadev:Amy Lamb and Northeott Commencing Corner at of Call the' PLANNING ACT: PuvsuantCte' Sutk ; \-

sidered at the meeting will be the retention of Investment Baptist Church on Sunday. :Amy Roark from Atsg riillwood's-, fif and 'Broadway Street, OF 197 AS PROVIDED 869.09 of Florida '' I
Mrs. Alma Maths and grandsonMike class Pam
th/sixth eorrtwnatfoi( :: ; ; ,
the North tide FOR IN CHAPTER 163 OFTHE Statutes, notice 1.
being on
bankers bond counsel and. localcounsel l and such Boyles of Jacksonville, were Austin amt-EvtWgcoW -from'Mrs. ( FLORIDA" STATUTES.TO hereby given 1hot ttta"t
of Call Street and on the :
other matters as required. Sunday dinner guests of Mr; ana Mrs. Golden'Mlxib gr.a'$a Class and Wayne wndrlgnd.LaTrelle
W. Roberts Jr.Chairman Lea McClellan. Other guests were Mr. Brown, Bruce Howard and John. Eatt .tlde.CIf roadway i
George .'
Street) and 'running WHOM IT MAY CON. Hamilton. P.O. B and Mrs. Claude Revels of Keystone Tinsler from' '>\ ;
+ .of CERN SR 1 IB, Main' Street ,
North on the tint tld : ,
and Donald and Randall Red : I'I'Brootter.
Heights
seventh grade Jjlaao* Broadway Street One Florida 32622.ol ..

dish of Starke. The pranOMnpsr.____ L.',.... ...-'''Mr/ Charles'- : Hundred *...oty- lv. You will take notice owner. doing buWnett ;.
"
fee ((175) W. thence thot In accordance with under the firm'
,C'kWxT bet One hundred Five the provision of the name of THE COUNTRY

(105)) feel, them South Florida Statute.Chapter OWl. with moiling ad
'On. hundred Seventy- 125.66. a public hearing dress and place of' ;0.
I live '(ITS) fee to Call will be held by the City business. at r.0. Bon 37 f};
Street, thence We.t on Council of the City of SR IB, Main' Street-4.1Brooker.
_-i-; ",, .' 4 North tide'o! Call Street Hampton'; Bradford florido 32622 .
one {lurdrttdflveiCbp: ( );, County Florida on May Intend* to / : .i;
I to heglnn. .*.' '0, 1979 at 7:30 p.m. In ilcrttlou*' 1
t' S u ( 3111'u+ feel place c tog/'lOIstr'
,
? r ?r, IarrPoSYaAnr, 77d/.1/ orate r 1 x r' ,sit i.A.edvUrveventFwr n ? wr*".n{8r" *fWdbmtfedOl, *ii> "*tn.cTty4IWr'otfoMplerFlorida ;;'*'''''" Ttii"br" { 7'1' ;r
the West by Broadway on an Ordinance: Circuit :
Street and oo.th South adopting a. eomprehen- County BrodloH rd,1":." ,
by Coil Street;'elf tying ,live land v*. 'plan element FlorMo an receipt of pr .:
Subscribe and being In tn.. Northwest ; end mop by the City of of pvblKatlpn'of:.rttii1i'! ,> ..
Quarter (NWV) of of Hampton Florida notice. :.,.'"'*
the Southwest' Quarter In accordance with tile Undersigned further

(SW'of) Section SB. local government comprehensive affirm that the object) of
,' Township 6 South Rang planning act this business I 1. to deal In
\ To 33 Eait.Reouet't. of 1979 at provided for In all lawful business, and
Chapter 163 of the the undersigned I.I the :J

a change In ion Florida statutes. .ol. owner of sold 3
ing 'from R-2A to BP. This All Interetted ponies butlnet :
i+T will" allow the owner may appear and be Dated at Stark. .i

ri Harry Gru.) to build on heard at th* time and Florida this 9th day of r
,
i. office.at.this, 'location._. place above tpeclfled. March A.D..1979.lotrelie .
Doted this 27th day of M. Hamilton.
I The location of this properly March, A.D.. 1979. 3/22 tpd 412.NO .
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It: North Lost Inter.
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BRADFORD Co tecllon of West Coll CITY COUNCIL OF THE
E lily' Street at North Broad- CITY OF HAMPTON, / ETK OFINTENTION
\
1 way Street, FLORIDA; .,

\ i" will beheld iris Hart. Clerk;I'-tcha'' ij TO FICTITIOUS REGISTER.'; "
: A public hearing By: .,. c- IS : "
.
'm 4 t tr" Thursday April 19 at- 3/29. 'A< I'J, '. NAME, ""
lirtrapJ 7:30 at the City' ,
: p.m. 197V '. )* Purtuont "to Section i :
Hal). AIl'pornes' will. k : :. I!
NOTICE OP 865.CJ Florida ,
t>* "heard at (hit tinre.l, .- ? S.a/! ;: ;" I tI
.y.Al "
.. i INTENTION TO. ';,,;;, ',I-"' notlci; It hereby glvi ,
REGISTERFICTITIOUS ?' ..t that the undsvulgrie4144 "I..
Crosby .Cholrmon '
!i / and Zon. '.::1.." Dowling. ,i7Q.WesCall Iff I
: Now And 4th. ( Stork.Planning I
April '
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Between ; .
; ,ing Board. NAME' S..tSl: rk.4I';Flo4., ;/;. ,

'_ ,.. \ ...1 32091. demo b. Ur MVunder f'' "
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'W' "T' Merrill Edwards ''' Purtuant to Section.:.. the firM fwrn*:W(J'. ''
a By I ;City '
.
(, Clerk 86S.09,' Florida Statute., ool./J. DOWtlNOSTABLES" ",
,
A 1 j.i M r .1 notice |i-.hereby given. U.$. 30t
',, that' the undersigned South, Sta' ., Fla,
A flnof public 'hearing
i' S2.DD; P. .. V. r : .will:be held by fhe CityCommissio ? .George W. Robert 1229- 32091 Intend to
'
'\\ i ere. CMy 'of .....'" Rd.. Storhe. Fla.. register" Mid fictitious ;.

''Stark. Florida to op. 32091, doing business nom. under the provl.,..' :
I t. prove or. nice| therecomrnendatlon under the firm name of .Ion* of aloretald Rstotute. ;
'Out -
of trie CENTURY 21. RobertsReal :
Board for the Estate, 986 N. Temple E.J, Dowllng,'Owner i
Zoning ?
And You Can Renew above application Tuetday. Avenue, Sforke, Fla. Doted this 22nd day ofMarch.

7:00 32091. ,Intend toregister A.D. 1979 ot
S&"t. ;May f 1.1979 or '
r old fictitious
Stork. Flo. 3I22'peI'
ol!the City' t Hall; '
p.m.
name. under ,the'pravU "/12'. ., ..
For 3 I" .
YeqrsVvlSend .
of alae.etld'IIO'u" .
(11. lon ;.
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Merrllt .
|d>xard* ..' I
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Ci.rk 1tcJq 9'191 NOTICE OF, I
Robe,..
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Gage ,
\1". 'r.. '.1, I : =.- i'1);'.; owner 8> r/; 49\!t.' INTENTION : \
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." : I!> r "" TO REGISTER' 'J", ,
.; : NOTICE Of: HEARlNO ON' Dated this 13th day of t FICTITIOUS ; ;
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March 1979, Star. "
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AN ORDINANCE ADOPT- NAME d
Bradford County Fla'.
..
|ING'. COMPREHENSIVE
$11t10'0'J .$8' 00Out LAND .USE PIAN ELI- 3/34tchg4/5| Pursuant to"*,sudlan" I I''

In County Of County '863.09.; Florida Statute .
j .vo. notice I I. hereby giventhat
j
KOCHIK DRUG ;. the ,undersigned
Wlliom C. and Ruth J.

.: Powell PO. Bon 1087,, i iStorM.

'. .. "' .' I SOFSER" ..VING5 Fla. 33091.: doing oJ
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", \ 1.- butin*** under the firm I
.4 i.. w; : ,8 .rII. ......reT '
NA E" t'I .. .. p..t "
h on n 0 n I. : I ,nome'of "BRADFORD R;.
"' J.j'j" '
.r. .' f WESTINGHOUSE, SQUARE FLORlSr, t7 9
ADDRES ,. Mt= '-,, .,.. <:, .. I ''n' r '. ''',:o'. ..'-''!- "Jo '"'' \ ,I I '1"V ue 25lGABOEM C South'Walnut St.. Bradford "

':i" .II! {III t LI CHTI.l.S ,.. Square Shopping'

CITY..... ..._..... _.... ,..., ,... ....*. STATE ,,'. "!-o ...., : ",, IP/ Center, $tork. .,. 'Fla. '.,.
-'r" } .. S4"'ft eO Fr. 3 091. Intend '0' '>

'EnClosed;'s.MyCheck'For"' -"_ Fot<;' .ly ts:: .t HOSE e4.. Vttu. $399 register Aims under'told the flctlNov4'proves| .' ,[i

tloni o< aforesaid?' ': i. ,|
GARDEN HANDCSLTIVATIX ttotute. SS v. VWWIIOMC.
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,on 99.VSIU." Powell (Joint ...ner..f; ,., .
cm L7 C" .. Doted this 29th'doyr el' :J
i TII4 I3fMIITELL.
THE BRADFORD: COUNTY TELEX t ., March!' 'A.P. .'''''J;'!0" '.. .

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NOTICE OF rp re_Ms ro )d.nt .----HJi'R: 1 ; ,iPliJt4.LS 'oil Mafftoge' hat been III- in:the'...M0fi.'i ...' St. ,+

SHERIFF'S SALE ._ "Fo r A h.2C-r! !. .J. Tam 5 a' ,:,., I TI ed against you and you DATED: TM 9th dot'of do k 4k Iues
Notice Is h.r.by given lic hearing will be w(:, .. :Ii :O"'II COURT ore required> to serve a Ma .m, ,,. ,' ,, 111 n f, I .
that I, Dolph E. Reddish "I II 5. 1979 a.1p I' it In compliance I '''fl iIIN \," copy of your written) R'BROWN ", iVORt D tAR: ( .v noon Prdi"9I r ?

01 sheriff of Bradford h. h'l 1 tO'1 Florida Statutes, <, r ; ?:; \ANIf' FOR defenses; If any, to the CI.rlc4lfFh.tOs'evOoursP ,' -Cherry( and tVWge St.tUtark .. I Thursday before public"I
: : I
County Florida tinder% "lies th ; 120-99 a* .J'.J-It('" ,.,or.Y.. >>-,>; Petitioner or Petitioned, n Merman McRotf ','' < *. Florida, 33091. abed
and by virtue ol Writ of School I JKkrnlnbtrallva" I .enacted ,by., the. 1974. Pursuant to Section CIVIL Attorney. JEFFERY 3/15 41chg 4/5 intend to register Mid I Minimum, charge t2" |
Execution-wlt: ': Ptflces, SB|North T.rnle f'or\daJ.gl.IoIY' \ ,.. 669.09, Florida Statutes. ACTWN( OARMEL. Florida Legal' fictitious name under the I ICovrs 1 S Words)
Execution Issued out" .A yfcl AveV.. Stark. notice Is hereby given CASE N0..3CM2SIN Service. Inc., Prison provisions of aforesaid I Eaihwordov.rt3 Iit !
of County Court of Brad, .. Florldajlp'CrtpTtPol' (Thomas t.Casey Jr.. that the undersignedWade Project, 2614 S.W. 34th NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO ttaiuto. |'Not 1 lOctnts Lori
ford County Florida purtuant ; : / these proposed Superintendent of A. Behr, US 301 RE Th..Marriage of: Street, Gainesville, REGISTER' Elaine Paulo Nugent. responsible
to a Flnol Judg.. changes In Ru '. North, lowtey, Fl. 32058, WILLIS U< JACKSON.Hu.bondl..ltlon.r Florida 32600. on or FICTITIOUS' NAMI owner ,Ifhe or. when given overt
:'I phone or when" J
'for Honce Thorntonof brodford before April 12. 1979. Datod this ISth copy
ment 6200, may be tff'!, Courrty doing business under the day c
'f 1Y not typed and *
brought
Starke. Florida, and .e f919.IkFImISItP: )Wt ftork1) Florida 32091: firm name of "WADE A. and .wJENETTPi and file the original with Pursuant to Section March, 1979. of Starke. (In the office f
against Jon,. Rh d.n, |r/221'2tchQ 3/29 BEHR REALTY, US 301 JACKSON the Clerk, of this Court B6S.09 Florida Statutes, Florida 31STdkhg 4/4 ------...

defendant, In the .', North lawtey, 'Fla.' Wlle/Retpondent either before service on notice U hereby given --
".,ltlan."* that the mmv* *** ** l *** iT
undersigned
amount of $266 63 MUST SELL 32098. also "WADI A, attorney or .
together with costs of liquidation ol new ell iltel buittflrti BEHR REAL ESTATE", Intends NOTICE OP ACTION Immediately thereafter: ELAINE PAULA NUGENT. CLASSIFI ED'ADS... .for r.auIta"
collection 40d2114 1.91 ptr Sgt4RR60sf06sl5 i iIlls Get to register said fictitious Ii" otherwise a default will 390B Cherry. and Bridges' ....er+er..r.UnCunty .
Have sailed and haven -'E toper-eq Rv I I' name under the' TO: JENET. JACKSON.WiI.R..pond.nt. be entered against you I

my possession the, 1.904387288'Centuryhee i ResultsKOCHS provisions of aforesaid (Lot for the relief demanded W.ntRd;
following described per -' : Building j statute known.address: Rout I,
tonal property!>> to-witxr I ... ,............ ti. i Wade A. Behr. owner. Box B5A Words, '

1969 Chevrolet Nova .trr.e.iria... Dated this 22nd day of Alabama 36922 STEVE BROADWAYTREE .. .. ,_ .. .. ." .... .. ... .". .' "'"-"'''' "". '" '" .. "',, ."" ',,"....
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2 I 10.doorI No : Stark March, Fla.A.D.3/22 1979: 4tchg, at YOU ARE NOTIFIED thai SERVICERemoval l 1 ([" R' :in ( : ;j ,r', .' " n
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: rrlL11l'i Jft
114279W477029 i : : PRUG a Petition for Dissolution .:It Q I \ ."... ", ...,.. ,, L.J., .; I "
4/U. *Fr.. Estimates '" "... "-' .- 'u..- "- .. '" .: .. ;
A* the prop.rty of the "
above nom.d defendantand SUPER:' SPECIALS 4t34132 1* ACRES In Union' County. LAND FOR SALEs Prlce .. LOSTBLACK PIT' BULLDOGi

that on Monday the Koyatono Heights Providence area Wooded; right Approx: 100 acres 21/2 yrs old, female: pregnant -
2nd day of April, 1979 ol tea w Call SI Statue 9640787 fenced. Would make nice across from RMC. Route 2, $200! reward. White

one a clock P,M on said LADIESDOME, f ,INDUSTRIALINAINTENANCEWEe, homesile. Moines Real Box 115 Cant miss Itt spot on' breast 1 Tom
day on the premises of tzar'Vdue **1 na PANELING I Estate Realtors, 4963978. Nathan Trow.lI.) 3/23 2tpd Jenkins.. Itchg 329.llllJiilii.

Ih. Bradford County Jail UMBRELLA :,""':,1..N.r. ............. Florida Steel" Bildwln Mill currently lice 2 I| 3/15 U ACRES tfnchg.across from Lake 3/29. ,-'., "," .. .... .. >... ,...
for sole and
I will offer I
""' opening* for skilled lntennce personnel I CENTER Butter Elementary School.
REDUCE SAFE I FAST with 1
tell to the highest bidderfor ,
Use 'Indoor 0r out| .
cash in hand the. STONEWARE ", r Experience require) electrical mechanics) | H Paneling' Molding I 496.3348.3/8 Highway frontage.4tchg 3/29.Coll "water CoBese pills"Tablets at S Andrews t.Vap : :. : ., .: : "" :"

above described properly PLANTER :Mau.=: 99 end hydraulic Industrial malntnsnc. | Kitchen Cabinet' I MOBILE' HOME FOR SALE 12 Drug 225 W. Main Street. FULL TIME SECRETARY Must

satisfy of laid the defendantto aforesaid ...........:......... I ......... S.lery'0,81' Or Higher Based on experience I Counter Tops X SO furnished. Excellent 3/29 3tpd 4/9 have Insurance experience.
r I I I condition. $2500. Coll Calf 496.2126 or apply at Joe
Execution ALUMINUM, .. n 4" $ 99 Apply at office Vanities 96-2629.2/22 6tchg 3/29 LONG TOBACCO BARN: '144 Usher Insurance Agency
our employment :
Oolph E. Reddish SPRAYER2"value: 1 I I rack. Excellent condition. lake Butler tfnchaUlci.
PLANT ? I 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH
Shrift I Bradford County ,: : ....._.... Monday thru Friday B To 5 or FREE I Call 752.9940, days or '
Florida 3 8 4tchg 329. ESTIMATESMr. I HOMiaivlrtg room dining 7527964 nights. Ask for : ; itij
MR. COFFEE ; 904/288-4281 I room den. large, kitchen, i" r i ;
c Allen. 1tchg329WITHLACOOCHEE
laundry, screened porch.

Bradford The School County.Board Starke of. COFFEE FILTERS.;..,.,:!.".Vlue....!............... 8 9 Ron Figueroa IVAUSHN-JOHNSON I Separate. guest studio and WATER. L. ': ',; '''.'. :":..... :..;: ..... .;
workshop large corner lot
Honda will, hold a Public 100'.. FLORIDA STEEL CORPORATION I CO. I I overlooking lake. Excellent FRONT LOTSi New septic!>> MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY -

Hearing on consideration $177 Yellow Water Rosd SR,117 I i I .condition. Call 496.3348. tanks: good drinking water ; 160 S. Lake Ave.. Lake
of proposed changesm TYLENOL TAB LETS.......J,..........."....... I ft0a0e StIN 140 S. Thompson St and. good terms. Butler. / 4963978. Compl.teInsurance
Baldwin Florid 32234
School Board Rul. tDeIS41Re 904 97 1-S4 1 9. 3/294lpd4/)9) '
MARY KAYCOSMETICS ServiceEVERYONE .
I Old Coca Cola Plant I
J6200
in regard to
promotion 170'80TIPS .
in grades 9. 10, $124 I PLANTS FOR SALE Varietyof
984-6711 IS INSURABLE I IImmediate
I H 1 and 12 and the mini ..."............?,-. -."..".......-.... IAn coleus, red geraniums,
mum graduation :r. Equal Opportunity Employer M/F MIIIIHIIrJI Hi oaB BBBBBBBBn Louise Starling wondering 'Jew, Call coverage by
4962074 Itchg3'29REFRIGERATOR phone JOE USHER AGENCY
Evenings 73.30'12 496.2126 or 496.2903.
Keystone! Hsights
: 21 cu. ft.., tfnchg
rugs, large room'' sire; _.... .. >.. ..

I w rAEAGLE FAULKNERREALTY do.draperies... Miscellaneous for large Items win \PrJ.S9,". .

1 1StRYICES\ ;, !
03230S 3/29 Moving. 4311573. tie tig ". .. .;" \ ,


:- Starke.N. Temple PlorldaPhon.941.504S ASSUME MORTGAGE 1 1978 CUSTOM Free estimates MADE DRAPERIES. Local,
l
J l 10W30 Manatee double-wide distributors for completely
mobile home, 60 X 24 3 washable nationally advertised .

',f r .r MOT Pawl H. Faulkner bdrm, 1 3/4 ba., carpet Gardselte Draperies. S
w tee Realtor CH/A partly furnished. Setup S W Enterprises, Ed or Loma
on rental lot. Move In
496.2219. 3/1
Stephens.
+"+ .
oauslr SueenlokkenRealtor
right away. Phone 496.3757. tfnchg.
t aAV lake Butler IIpd 3/29
EAGLE 10 p30 Evenings'''.'')72 AVON CALLING I To buy or
', 1967 Jeepster!>> convertible
OVER ONI ACRE with 2BR. soil Call District Monag.r.MI'dr.d ,
hydraulic cloth top. Aircondltloned Hinkel. 496-39SI.
)
NIe, Frame house. Good loco.
C .
erW Continental kit
extend. 3/1 4tchg 3/22.
oe
AB.sessan mlleegs qtD lion U.900. completely rebuilt.
5 get HWY U WEST 3BR.1B, '
==:11 496 2 1 26 or 496-2903 CLARKES SAW SHOP Complete
Nice Frame home with op-
DENIM 5 sharpening service
. ===- % pox. 1100 sq.ft. Ben Frank 6 mos. boy filly Sire ,Isbluepopered hand, circular mowerblodes .. .
lln fireplace. MUST SEE.
I -i n Appalooto- chain saws. Leave atCrews
: WATERFRONTConcrete, mare registered quarter'horse. Building Supply. 7'3
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. Block home. ONLY TWO S190.00 496.2126 or tfnchg T ..'
YEARS OLD. 65' frontage 4962903.

JII. r' ') i e ,4 .. an rSANIf'/i/ ofII"ILoAIIE. PRIG t/1"r.. '" ... ...,....,5. THI ;;l1iiq! r ij(not t'" '-
ED RIGHT. Hwy. 100 by' the Handy Way.;
((11 II A.' '/ ACRES, 3BR REGISTERGAS We hove a wash dry and.' .
1Ia SA VEUPT092" I SAVE2i% SAVE2I% Frame house Lots of frontage fold' service 25 cents per Ib. '

tt, TJ EAGLE'S I HAND KITCHEN \ on graded and paved AND OIL Attendant on duty tfnchg
II QUALITY TOWELS TOWELS 4 rood SM 1 TbuftiM St.
y / TOOLS 1 COLORS IN POLY BAG \ MOBILE HOME PARK SEPTIC TANK t GREASE
. {J # Approximately 12 acres '""-SUI TRAP cleanouts, new lines,

MEN'S $1 with 8 hookups now In LP Bottles reasonable Joe Forsyth

II BLUE DENIM JEANS wEReuRto ..rf wsREetr wsRa+rr use. ROOM. FOR EXPAN- a 4311022.. All 3/31 business tfnchg. appreciated

SUPER BUYI SION. Motor Homes Filled ,. .. .. .. .... ,
))1)))) SA VE 21" VALUI! PLUSI SUPER BUY! VALUE" SERVICE STATION

Ate 5 00 l1 "" ASSORTED STONEWARE TELEPHONE/ 4 DIAMETER SHORT SLEEVE KNITS BUILDING- two lifts and WhIISSfM1IIH. ; ;"' iW'fFt !

CANDLES. ASHTRAYS. tJ ADDRESSSTONEWARE WERE p several remodeled offices. ". ,, .e.. ... '"_.',' _.I
Preshrunk denim.rslnlorcad COLORFUL '- 'DECOAATIVE BOOK. 4x5" r SOUP BOWLS ayRr R large storage building. 210 TV,, "
stitching,4pockets., 29-38 $ K 210 on HWY 301. 2 Bdrm. home opproximrte-
TiheIBtiII9
$1"$1 $1 I Asst stylo* lace and multi-color/
blocks .
trim. Ladles'8.M.L. We have commercial property (. ly 2 from Mol 51.SI50.00.

dam, wens Ul'TG-t'tf. aSarmce OtlC.'Alce IxacRmcea on HWY 301 North .
"1' f and South. Jane S: Usher Realtor
y SAVE 21% r } Waterfront 496.2126 or 496.2903.
VINYL 8AVE15% !', VALUE PLUSI SUPER BUYI propertyavailable !WrellDriflini} !

t t eha. + MATTRESS ..r; 1 SHOPPER'S / WALLETS REEL-TYPE TWr VA and FHA financing *W SMALL HOUSE Furnished,
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COVERS, PURSE, / FOR MEN, KEY available. 2": Thru Cm fenced yard in lake Butler
TWIN/FULL KEY RING LADIES KEEPER a.. Associates SI40 mo plus deposit. Call

$ 1 $1 DENKVIjVALUe Irene L. Faulknertvenlngs9 Fast Rotary 4963842 Itchg3 29.
,. t .4-SOS Drilling Equipment '''\
WlRl lit +, I We9.1r Disc.MkCC beta Rwtiy STATE LICENSED ( r

Vada SettlesEvenings ...... .........ee..... ...

GCVO PLUS! y SUPERSUVI SAVE2I% _AVE21% ,*..".... Pumps

G11 Q1 e8' 3-PC. /- COLORFUL TRAVEL 36''' BIKE DENIM CUTOFF SHORTS Julie L.Griff ,.1. .H.., ""

VA .40 LEAF MIRROR SUIT CHAIN Evenlngsi 964-7419 New ft UsedSales.Parts.Servlce TOMMY'SLAND .
Q 5 TRAY SET W/STAND BAG LOCK 4.-WERE x00 '

I 1+ $1 ( $I Preehrunk denim 8 poeketilppered -
1P front, ladle1418.SAVE NORTH CAROLINA
DENIM r Disc RR/G/ DISC PnCC WASJ4V wwuEr E-Z TermsPiumbin4
MOUNTAINS ...................... CLEARINGWe
12* $AVE 37% SAVE 2S% SAVE 121E w cI 3.' ACRES1RACTSI.ntastl4

I HUDSON P.VC. PLASTIC METAL ,view, Olfei Fast
2-ROLL TAPE.Vx60f. POCKET 1 PIZZA tt overlooking valleys. This ... ..
Response And
TISSUE FLASHLIGHT tract would make
CUTTER o. dandy
t New Installation
mini' farm. H.. S large lag Free EstimatesPhone
N.
$ 2I $ "barn, else has spring and Remodeling RepairsOurrancs

TWILL WORK SHIRT -aree -' v e.R 1e / even her a creek. that runs U...............u... 964.5134 .
w. riled w s lM weer wog 4rft thru property. Borders o
OR JEAN SHORTS u paved highway. A steal .,

WERE 4 0 0 r SAVE 1S%. SAVE 24% lAve 24% SAVE 24% only S8SOO. Good terms ............!......... MOBILl HOME
WERE s 6 02. BIZ CELLO y' GLASS WOVEN WOOD 4 S2100 down, assume ,loan VIM POLES
DETERGENT TAPE TUMBLERS SALAD ? J.
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Sturdy ''/short.. PUMP A
'' some SUPPLY
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BOOSTER W"x800" 11 oz. SIZE BOWLS BOYS' TEE-SHIRTS
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name labels Alit men SHIM MOUNTAIN CABIN .op.pra JOO AM* i

4- 4 $1 49 .2i4'7 R Dandy.lmataly garden spot.one This acre.Is COMPANY. '*13*. I Iaoo

,; 4 wiel wlstWir WlAI a4M While cotton wilt color trim,8 to e handy men speclel 804 N. Tempi Ave AMP
XL, Men's 1.T9 8M.lXl because It Is not finished
GAVE 38%' tLrM l SAVE 98% SAYEWEREYH 33% Inside, roughed wired end
6OZ.AGREE.COOL/ A TE .Y 16 OZ. SUAVESHAMPOOS i % plumbiRcomplet.d.. Starke. Fla \
1 f 1' 3"CS 5EMBRINSEfAa / ADULT t I: Water and the outside. ,Is
** CONDITIONER TOOTHBRUSH lUmHl) mIAVI23 I 1r completed. serge deck 964-7061

v p* $ overlooking mountains.' "
$ /' diI
/ ti ue.whaaj 3 Fl N 3H .. You yen live In It while you ..1t
y r
WAUM', WIR.yser went Leer finish It ue>. I mile from t
Murphy. S32.IOO. SSOOO .
dawn, ......... Icon. 1
8AYL tBB '" SAY! 1.M SAVE! 15% t _SAVE_ 2.88_ SHOWCASE,

,. 24-IN H VINYL DRY 1200 WATT 2.7 ACRES faceted en large
I 9 GARDEt/HOSE,f CURLING STYLER/ stream, reel geed access. '1m 2I. PROPERTIES, INC. 1
a' GRiLL : ,
\ H"XSO FT. IRON -
CREW SOCKS About one a MEN'S POLOS IN 1O.OOCUSHION ere or pea"" .. Plenty of 'f .
4 00 5.00 ;
Box
1338
ASST. SOLID COLORS ; 281:; room te uM) 3 ., 4 "I l
WERE wesuo4S wesy.r waA4e w ya yP houses, Lays gentle, large Keystone. Hgts. 32656 ,Nice CB home on 301 South., '"i
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lAve 1.1 Smoom iming. wnHe w/strlpe. trees sever this tract. Plenty 473-4803 has 4plus acres and lots of
00% texturtted nylon knrt w/ _AV!_.11' INFLATABLE SAVE 1.89 Men, 10-13.boy*' 9.14.1.11 of privacy. SSfSO. SUM possibilities,. y/ .4 3 J'" 1ij. J JI
p.ckelatyt.aona.6loxL, 2-GALLQNS ONE-MAN BOAT, EAGLE dawn. Plenty wild game i A ,1', '- .- y, . New
EAGLE 40x80", CHLORINE and goad fishing. I In, this LOOK WHAT'S FOR SALE IN ,* energy efficient ,:.
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LEATHER 'Il4OUSEPRINT SAFETY ROPE 1JLBS. .,... BRADFORD COUNTY fIom., Western Cedar: bay .
windows. cute wall paper .
.0t rl'N 9.00 15.00 These'.,. few of over Beautiful r1,!If. o(. lake' ". lot' >',' looksa like. a doll house. "J

was 1057 wa.tMS JOOO listing We have all on Hampton take... 1"Ij, ,,..$36.790. I.. only 10' ,%> down." ," i Co"L.l. '11
types ef property listed
from. ISOO per acre end up. Attractive mobile Oft,one Geneva ".uty New 'Y 1
acre South of Starkel: Cedar1 home, decking, fir.. 1
W. have small INC' .
MEN'S 6" WOMEN'SWORI48HOE '' we
d3f8 IN0 CANVAS CLOGS MEN'S/WOMEN'S also. have several cabins,, places, many extras open; 1
/ ? : I DQ 9a ."..-" CREPE SOLES TATAMI SANDALS houses, old farms ,at*. House, 1 acres pond: house wllj' ,be April 7 &,B, .
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r _ owner financed .v.nplace fid, Came.Owner '" I
W'te.r' sail.r free listingbrochure.
2.00WIII for "I
extra MH hook
Vow can call free
WIRE 1FIf' WlRE1t1' .. charge by dialing up ,Moving. ;J BR. i
homo, quiet. neighborhood <<
1.50013/
7421. Write
w h+ ef 14 .C'., on SR 230.: good large
w )} screen.porcK
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calf today ;
r a W::Madis Starke f laL"| CHEROKEE LAND CO.. road frontage and good "vcjry, ".at. nee! > Golf(i, i
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Shepherd 8 wks old 3 BAKERS ASPHALT and >*ol I ; 1 1 ii11hw ;r $ NURSERY STOCK Large fruit .f.(' ,
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lemole Phone 9643366. coaling service i i now terv : : i Irons: peach pear, penlm. .
Upd 3/29 ,Ing Keyston. Stark' and .. man nectarine. apple for I

mil TO GOOD HOMIIThr. surrounding areas Con REMODELING, BUILDING.REPAIRSi GOOD PRICES PAID for used OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE WEDDING MESS AND VML Florida grapes citrus fig.

.. abandoned: 'loveable and structlort of new driveway New kitchens mobile homes If mortgage Is Buildings $125 and $150. Long .1....... detochobl. guava Aielea and
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On. tors whm parking kt repairing bath, family room Brick 3/4 OLIN'S .5261 camellia
dog mala and paid or more Phone 964 or 9646112. long train She 9, $75 11.50. IB-24" up.
hound on* mixed bagl- scaling ."i'tlng' block concrete Fireplace MOBILE HOME SALES, TFchg Phone 964-8729 TFpdCOMMIRCIALTYPI Evergreens, hedge plants, ,

type female puppy. on* oiphalt.Phon .Fr.. ..tlma'.". specialists Grtffit Construe 964-9606 Open 7 days KITCHENETTES One BR upright (had* and flowering tre**.

moll brown trrlr BULLDOZER 964 8469. 1/25 TFchg lion. Phon 473-2108 or weekly TFchg apartment, pool TV, AC. freezer and 7 It. drink box. Potted plant and hanging I PHONE 004-7770 ::::tt
Thy or* tired of living WORK LCII'ge-or. 473-3978. TFchgBRADFORD WANTEDt Mobil home Included. basket. Special priced. ,
on mall axle utilities' Totally Both ga for $650. Phone SOB N, Temple RMrk. Florid :
my front porch need good, job. landclrlng and SEPTIC TANK and tire*. Will pick up. furnished. Weekly monthly 7823763. 3/22 2tchg 3/29 Save at CARNES NURSERY. ',

loving horn. Phon leveling.. Phon" Jimmy Mar SERVtCBt Bradford residential OLIN S MOBILE HOME ro.... ,TEMPLE MOTEL 880 197* TRAVEL TRAILER, 25 ft.. 23 mil*. SE of Stark on Hwy

964.9533 TFpd fin 964 5230. TFchg pump-out.. $49. Commercial SALES.. ,'9e*-5cV06, Open 7 N. T.mpl. Av*" Stark. all factory options. Private 100 at Florahom. Phon" ,,:: :,

----.-- and Industrial Fully day a week. TFchg Phone 964-7357. 3/8 4tpd bedroom. Must sell best of. 1-659-2169. Closed Mon. $PECIAL (
--- -.-. .:.- licensed.. Phone 964-8121. TOP CASH PRICE' PAID for 3/29 :., f.,. Phone 7823991. Itchg days. 3/1 9tchg 3/29 clean on 0. .**t from s.e.c SMS I acre Meet

I Kpyn! Fir.. Rds J.TFchg coin, sterling, dental gold. PALMS APARTMENTS Fur. 3/29 CHAIN LINK PENCE ..........,CMt, 4np* stem etc. Included*t the j I
WILSON BLACK TOPPINGon GF material. Do It yourself. and "
., rings scrap jewelry, nlshed efficiencies and I BR CATFISH FOR SALEi Groin- Wlt9>Mr4 99 ptVp* fnTnM VV ,
REDUCE 8API and fait all major or' ntrtoVasphalt. chains. .optical frames opts.. we.kiy"r monthly led pond-raised Channel save. Installation available, '
with
GoBet.,Tobl",, and E"Vap LOANS VAIL\'LI.Any / Hot,coating" for roof watch bands *tc Phone J. NEW FURNISHED STUDIOS, catfish. .75 a pound and .10 Free ttlmates.. HandyMan ...$?,320.00 l
"water 'pill*" from Andrews amount home or venture, repairs:, Ideal' lofc"" Shingle' *xM. Bulhngton. 964-625O. monthly only. 2313 N. Tempi a pound to clean them. Fence Co. 964-8999. TFchg," 1 <: ;

>'3S6 W. Ethel G. Botchelder, Rt.2. coating. Serving Bradford TFchg; *. Stark. TFchg Saturday Mar. 31. 10..m.. PATIO COVERS, 10x20 $179unlnstolled. I
Pharmoey Madison
Stark, 3/39> 2lpd "/5 Box 409, Keystone. Heights, County., '.Allguaranteed. 'jIw'N; W ULD LIKE TO CONTACT. TWO APARTMENTS two 4 miles West of lowley off Limited supply. New *..........gi...uPyep.clawi. MO .*. It. Charm*f *ntrtkrv '

FI.326So.'Lleens Mortgage tho171123991. \"'. woman who Is writing a bedrooms, unfurnished. In SR 225 on Luther. Milliard GATOR ALUMINUM. 4620 terxi!>*... yert **nve 'lei ce> of custom built c ,:: 1
L ACRISi on 214 near Broker. Itchg 3/29 13th "-.1 M11f tK. CMA .large .Inside, '
Phone 473-2589. 'book. about Italian prison Of Stork.. Inquire To-Rena Road. Phone 782-3801 or NW St.. Gainesville utility rom.dtshwetheT .
Kayston Height. $300 2/l9.Tfn. BABYSITTING DONE,.,In, m' waV camp that wo located Motel 1843 N. Temple 782-3794. 1 Itpd 3/29 3729767. TFchg ..*.e.el wnewtly appointed en one hell \ f

down $89.81 per month. CASH FOR GOlDi Sterling, hornet all ages ovrnlghters out from Camp Standing. I, Stark. TFchgK1TCHENETTES APRICOT TOY POODLEs 9 HAY FOR SALE Round bale. _'. ............. .......... $298. me. ,.y. "'/ %" Int.te . ,.,1

Phone "'3.058 or 473-4367 Jewelry, diamonds coin, .and weekenders.By : S. Wilkins, 221 Valencia and sleepingrooms months old. Mouse trained. $1 5 each. Arthur Goskln. $*.UII." ee4> fa _rt..... Under $40.000.Tw ; i

after 6 p.m. tin chg 3/29. dental gold. Will visit your Reverend week Jean or by Wilson day. Road DeBary. Plo 32713 TV ;..C. maid ser Good for children Phone Phone 7823140. TFchg i

BIG YARD SALE sewing home anywhere. Mr. Rilf- Phone 7823991. 3/29 3/22 Itpd 3/29 vice Weekly and monthly 964-7936 after 5 p.m. 3/29 LIMEROCKi Allen Taylor.

machine, water bed tola.tablesw2 man. 479-1089J/1 tfnchg. REOPENING r.Itchg,'. WANTED TO RENT: Pasture. Restaurant and lounge 4.pet /19 Lowtey. rh4ll' 782.3172 steve Utrll ee>ertmnt tieuse superb. location anWelmt..ler.pepertns.nIvpstelrscansl.tingoI2PR. '
choir Day 20 to 25 acre with good UnderwoodMotel SKI BOATs 16 ft. BonIto boat after 6 .
: *, baby Items, BINCOc American legion Care. Please call 964-9610 available. weekday p.m. or I ,\
twin roottre..,{:ond 'rom,*. Post 202. Sunday 2.5 for Interview. Age 2 and up. fence. Phon* 964 726S, 3/29 3 1/3 miles North of and trailer, 65 hp Evlnrud anytlm weekend' TFchg<; B, LR.; ME *e*.-l,,," kitchen plus porch, Downstair enlarae 'f ,

kltchenffgoodSi clothes, oil p.m.Saturday: p.,,.. Public 321 Butler Terrace. Itpd Stark, US 301. TFchg motor. $1100. Phone BAHIA HAY Argentina, eves *...,.....with 2 BR end 2 Bth. '3.000*. ft. '

kinds f'|unk.: -On C.21B, 9 Invited.9tpd "/2. 3/29 ; : I: LARGE FURNISHfD upstairs 964-9708. Itpd 3/29 highly fertilised. Phone press. gfewada*.film.. e picturesque cottage next doer, fA '

houses behind Western LAU LOTS FOR WILL BABYSIT In my home 2tchgl5Ta: :: apartment separate antrance. YARD SALE Thur through 964-6071. TFchgWATSON'S ALL sn pl.*.ely. fvmlsltBd. with family heirlooms. I I. J
A little of
Auto and Midway Jiffy. SALEKeyston Heights.' 2 anytime at night. Phone I'' Phone 964-6579 of tr Sunday 225 HOUSE OF IM1 * March 3031. ttpd 3/29. beautifully wooded lots on 9646793. Itpd 3/29 5:30: p.m. 3/' TFchg everything. Bargains. SR VACUUMS Many brand of h: ,
West I 1/4 miles fromLawt.y .
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FOUND! single' key on clear sand bottom Silver DISCO LESSONSi Private INSURANCE SALES Stork BRADFORD VILLAGE APTSi 1 Phone 7823973.Itpd nw vacuum Used, I 1

m.'alloop at'Mudhole"" off Lake Good term or discount lessons In your own horn. area sales experience BR modern furnishings, AC. 329FIBERGLASS machines avollobl part '4 Bt I ......CM.A.* FIVE acre .Take. $9.900 cesh ,

SR100. Claim' at Monitor of. for cash. Several I Authorized by Universal' helpful. Phone 378-1596 carpet, walled garden patio BOAT motor and accessories far all and *vmr,will fhance, .t B percent. THIS WEEK ONLY. l
Dane Studio Phone Notional Standard life Insurance off-street parking 315 W. vacuum aystem 404 NW '
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lie .n >I and 1/4 acre homesltes with and trailer. Phone 964.5030or .. ...
964-6604 after 4.30: p.m. Equal Opportunity Washington 94-8601 Best 10th Av*., Golntvlll, ': \
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3fltIIDEIS access to lok* Brooklyn at 964-6408 altar 6p.m. Itpd
It ; Itpd 3/29 Employer M/F Call collect. "to call before B am. 3/22 phone 376-7110. TFchg t,
only $" each. 3/29
.500 Commercial
.'WANTED* to lots SR-21 North BIRCH'S IPM PEST CONTROL 3/8 4tchg 329LIT'S TFchg 601 FORD TRACTORs phone, FILL DIIT' top 'soil foundo- Tb.be**at BntVard. Ref......I _.*...hc.II...'access :
Jacksonville. Can leave on. Rot, roaches, flea*. Phone THREE BEDROOMS upstairs lions and yards. Jimmy Mor- .,
964-9798. local. Itpd 3/29 t. Gehittntlie' Owaer financed. Winding' rural read j
e
6.6:49 a.m. for West Jaw andSouthsld available. Own.r.Sal..man. 964.5534. 320 N. Temple. II HONEST If. youweren't. full bath: one BR and full tin, 964-5230. TFchg up :
473-4375 2/22 YARD SALE lots of baby past a>aa.MF l, stream end mtlc| trees you come uponbiealhteklng
*. Return fromSov.h.ld. Stark. 3/29 4tpd "/19 looking for a new both downstairs. Screened DO DROP IN Bargain, Huusei
cloth.. Infant and slew. l 1M of land fenced
9 p.m. Call tfnchg. BABYSITTING IN MY HOMEl career: you wouldn't be In front porch and rear By up. US 301 South W* buy and a *cri railing
Bedspread. Odd and end. and. ('**efnc**) .tsurinf the. vtmetl 'In prlvecy.Otncrato "
473-4879. Itehg 3/29. ATTENDING REAL ESTATE Day or night. Weekday only. reading this ad and If you appt. only. Phone 964-5232 Phone 9646888. Saturday 10' sell used furniture. Phone
HELP WANTED SCHOOL or already licensed I Will serve hot meals. werent looking for someone day or 964.6365 *ve*. Itchg 964-6740 9 to 5
Housekeeper and child care ? GENE REESE REALTY invites Phone 964-964 after 5:30: .to do a job this ad 3/29' to 3 p.m. Edward Road. Man.."", ,*., 9 to 6 Fri. and block merehevse by railroad tiding en BrewnleeRd. '

In home. Lake Santa F. you for an Interview. p.m tchg 3/29 wouldn't be hero, If you MIMOSA MANOR mobile Itpd 329MOVINGe MUST Sat. 3/1 TFChgVACUUM .' AparaUed.I" $1973, for $11,21. Selling today for I,
my SElli
Must hove transportation. Attractive commission divi SEWING IN MY HOMEs Also want the opportunity to home park mobile home Refrigerator, 21 cv. ft.. SAIRt Klrby' $.$.....

Daytime four days per lion Broker doe not compel will do alteration Phone earn thro to five hundred and spaces for rent. Phone brown 'large fr..z.r.lik. Special from $125: Hoover .
week Lin Sealey. 479-1978 with solas associates Mary Johns 964.5645. ttchg dollar a week call toll Ire. 4682912. 3/22 TFchg new. Dhumldlflr DIol-o-Motlc from $24.50: .

or 479-1269. tfnchg 3/29. for listings. Ample floor 3/29 .800..32.8..03 anytime (for TWO BEDROOM DUPLEX Draperies, y.llow. Electroluv from $29.SO: POTPOURRI A .tor*. A Irem* eft a .large lot on BessentRd. ..: .-

time. Office In excellent GUIDANCE AND MENTAL recorded message. ). 3/22 wall to wall carpet, stove, white, large.green Rugs 3 room Eureka from $29.90. All Owner tM* nse.*d..............A BEAUTIFUL hem en (

FOR SALE 1969 Belmont location for walk.In.. Call HEALTH CLINICl If you know 2tchg3/29 refrlg. adult only. $150 size' padding vacuum guaranteed. Expert lCty.t.! *,ei.i.i..* ... with vr 2008 .*. 1

mobile horn. 3 BR. 2 full Eugene K. Rees. REALTOR. someone who need our LADY WANTED to help out month. Phone 964.8082 and Miscellaneous items. Phon. repair. ..", Ic.. All ft..Ardlve Mck>*mee<. Rd.33.witS. S Ii.2 I Ciii I i )
baths. Good condition assistance, call 964.8388 in small business.'Will train 9646500. Itpd 3/29 l lflea.
Heights, for confidential or 4311573. Itpd 3/29 Al Young 212 A, arhrat* .Diiliif. room. c.rpert, fenced yard < best lac* ;
$3. 900 Call Keystone 496.2347.3/22 tchg 4/12 secretarial\ and outdoor 28 FT. MOTORHOMR, GARAGE SALEs Children's miles North US 301. Stark. ,

4732718.1tpd3/29 Interview.' Office IILL'S SAW SHOPi Completeahorpening work. Mutt njoy traveling. Rudolph Hotcheson. Phone clothes, used furniture. 602 Phone 964-6918. 3/19 3tchg \ !
FOR SALEs Fiberglass 473-7076 Evening 4733256. service, circular living accommodation if 964.7966 after 6 p.m. 3/29 Alton Rd.. Saturday and 3/29 Lucille Cerwter Spry Assaclate 9648410COMING t 'r

fireplace looks like real 2tchg 3122.29 hand carbide, chain. desired Phone 7823991. 4tpd 4/19 Sunday. Itpd 3/29 ,I

original cost $''00. sell $175: FOR SALE Cushion lift choir. mower blade hollow ground Itchg 329'SECRETARYI TWO BEDROOM mobile FOUR WATERFRONT LOTS FLORalMD 1" I

Beautiful large bar Spanish Used only thr. weeks. Cost and balanced leave at Typing filing. ham, Griffl loop. Phone 90x197 ft. $2500 each n- : I

motif enlald tile top 3 new $.70 will sell for $600.. Jackson Building Supply other secretarial. skills. App 9648816. Itpd 3/29 Phone 9043898082. TFchg '_ REALTY "
stools, original cost $1,000. Medicare will pay about Stark or Keystone Hts. ly at Fla. Employment Service FURNISHED ONE bedroom TRAMPOLINEs New. round SOON # i
tell $500; Dinette set 6 half. Call .13..7.lIch. TFchg (old courthouse: ). 1 Itchg Apartment. hat and AC list 59995. sale 28995. Phone,".7710 :

chairs, $25, 30" gas ,stove 3/29 LOSE ,WEIGHT safely and 3/29 $100 per month. Phone 8x12. list $399.99 sal* 393 N.Tempi. Avenue '"TIMBER I

good working condition, FOR RENTiFurnlthed 3 BR fast with X-l Diet Plan, $3. RN's all shifts Immediate 964.6201 after 5 p.m. Itchg 22995. Phone 1-778-3227. RICH" \ I
$40, Commercial holdogger : Reduce excess fluids with openings, full and part' n.. 3/29 r 6 ac with 4 bedroom horn, I
Jax.
Lake TFchg
excellent condition $25, GE house on Brooklyn.. X-Pel 350. Koch's Drugs. Good salary, differential for TWO ROOM APARTMENT, small equity to VA mor ANEWSUBDIVISIONANOHOMESWITH V-) :
turntable $20, ..v.rallarg. central A/C heat. den utility Stark. 2/1 lOtpd "/5 311 1 and 1 I.7 shifts. Call efficiency weekly or mon WOODED ACRE LOTi 3 1/2 tgag.

electric beer signs none room washing machine, SIGN PAINTING Fast one Director of Nurses. Union thly rental. 8.1'Air Apartments miles South of Stark. Septic / .

over $20. Call weekends greeier, 2 full bath. kitchen day service. Se* Rudy at General Hospital lake lowtey.. Under new lank, w.lI. llmerock 2 houses, live In on.. rant ,

4733609. tlchg 3/29 large living room. Waldo Flea Market. Friday. Butler' 496-2373. Itchg 3/29. ownership. TFchgl: driveway and light pole. other In county with ocr. m' A TOUCH OF CLASS

473-2638.Itpd 3/29. Sat., Sunday and Monday. Full or Part Time LPNs or NEWLY REMODELED on. $5500. Phone 9646698. 3/15 of land.
YARD SAI.il Aluminum
LADY WANTED to help out TFchg RN's: Detoxification Centerin bedroom, apartment InStarke 4tpd "/5 4I PRESENTEDBYEAL
2
sliding glau'door. Will train lake Furnished!" unfi WITHLACOOCHEE WATERFRONT .
In mail business. ALCOHOLICS City.: Contact Shirley' or 3 BR 1 Bath In
shower stalls city-4 ac. on
fiberglass outdoor ANONYMOUS Phone nished. Utll"-" ;.. furnish.d. LOTSi New septic "
for secretarial and AdotV Nunln Supervisor." j'
of metal air conditioning So. 301, trailer. *tra PH BRYAN '
one .
group work. Must enjoy| traveling, '964-9148' TFithg 7914074. Salary v-RartaVv, Phone 964-87044/Sft17tchg tanks good drinking water : *
fittings li
ducts.. various .. ..., ,# ,mti; *>.f hone90497l5419.3295tpd426. hookup. ; '
: .JEWltitG"'t .MJC9yffA'LPN'I: S7809fy9' to"D'40,44."lts$9t062flto fWO PEDROtWIH'Stq5I'\9.* ; .
La'o4aUanL..JL )
,:gr\tt/0\ ; 1/foIt.1r! '/ lining ( ES7AtE : ,
; : .
'd slrjd. Phon REPAIRED All makes clefFed : 110.21.30. water furnished.Quiet location '
washing machined, 1.9 2 8. Room house.Old .
new: acres
3/29 oiled and adjusted. $7 3/29 2lchg. 4/5. Phone 964.8797 I Itcfag SIGN PAINTING Fast one
782-3991.Itchg
electric household clothes goods dryer hi-fi's and. Work guaranteed. James .: :.::: ::.. : 'I 3/29 day service. 5..' Rudy at born.Ivenng.v. CALL,.OUR CONSTRUCTION .f ft .
J.Wilson Black Topping on Strickland corner Morgan' :,. :.; \.c. ,.'::' THREE (BEDROOM: TRAILER/ Waldo Flea Market. Friday.Sat. .

clothes: 1 camper topper major or minor asphalt. Hot Rd and Hwy 16. TFchg ; CARS I)TRUCKS with two baths. No childrenor Sunday, Monday. Pleos* ccliVemle DIVISION FOR DETAILS \
Odom. Broker
fits on Datton or compact coating for roof repairs, .," .." U ','_ "', : : : : : pett Phon.9604.8810\ P. '
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truck. Located 4 mIles north \ GRI Phone '''-76

of traffic light on SR.21. turn ideal for black shingle top.coating Serving onexl..ing ',; ir MVt 'w".f9 :sltE [ 1970 CHEVY PICKUP TRUCKs ttrha 3'2 FOR SALE: Peer! Andrews 94-77)9 964-7896.

,.,. ..,. ... '
mile, J
right on C352. go on. All work ,,1.J..o- "" I Ii" 3/4 ton 4WD, whit spoke L. G. Dell 9M-7S11 l : .
Clay County
second house on right. Fri. .iV. .... ".. .' /
guaranteed Phone rims. Phone 964-9253. 1003 Ne.d Mare Room? .: .": I I1
day and Saturday 9 a.m. 5 3/29 FOR SALE BY OWNER ThreeBR Southgot Drive, Starke. '
p.m. Itchg: 3/22 3991.Itchg 2 bath horn In country.Big 2/22 TFchg Older Horn With Three \
.., FOR RENT i2 BR house. completely barn 7 ocr., owner will ,$2S REWARD. No qu.stiensosked.
197 FORD COURIER truck rolnt.r.whit. Large Bed Room And 2 .
Lot English
furnished on Lok.Geneva. hold at 8 1/2 Bryan ,L
mortgage Pc extra clean excellent condition. with liver spots and Bathe, Priced RighI At Ralph >
BflASINGTONCadiD&c Call 473 2455.Itchg 25 pct. down. Phone Low mileage, 24 mpg. liver ears. 10 mos, old has :
for 518,000FLORILAND Real
9646112 or 9649261 Estate '
Oldsmobile 3/29 $2950. Phone 473-4508 Itpd collar with Mike Darby 21
appl. TFchg 3/29 Kansas address! 2305 N. Tempi Ave.Stedse .
name ((111
Sale. & Service WANTED MOBILE HOMES Why pay JEEP TRUCK.4 wheel drive. Notify Virginia Darby, REALTY Fto.Phenef '11>

Fine Selection Of Used more? Buy direct from I laclory. AM FM. air, 360 V.8. extra 9646280. ext 202 days, or 640.7M. ''

Cars Taken On Licensed Usa! Large selection of 24, gas tank (holds 49 gal.). extra 964-7549 eve. Itchg 3/24 964-7700 ,. ': ,I'IISTS REAL ESTATE .
14. 12 wide. STARKE HOME 3/4 ton helpers. New Office open Monday thru :
Caddlai Estate SalesPerson WALKER HOUNDS
Trades TWO
CENTER. US 301 North., Open paint, $3000 or best offer.Phon Pesrl Andrew Assc. Saturday. 9.5 p.m. Sunday r

2001 N.W13 -5301 ..... 9 to dusk. I 10 6 Sunday. 964.5613 or 964.6252.llpd Found Phone 964-7142 In Hampton altar 5 area. LO 0ll Aa by appointment. 064-7828 '
GA1ESV1U.EPhilip 9648741. TFchgWANTED p.m.
Phon. 3/29 .
Full Time ltpd329PiI,, BIO ACREAGE 356 acre .N.rtrriple;
1963 MERCEDES 220. AT, AC. 686 Ave. Starke Fla. y'
Iron- ;
with % mile highway ,
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Active Guarantee M/FM tap deck, new ( ,
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W. Clark Floor Time tires, brakes. battery : $ t : : Lillian "("nl"Mon tog. 3 BErT $. 2.Bpcre: outside city, Frame.'? i.." j it." L !
rebuilt
engine, new paint. GO FIRST CLASS, 5 BR 4 .
REALTOR: Best Commission Excellent condition. $2200 : I KRAI I both Cap Cod on 14 f "
bystoiiahlo1.,7Sfroatag.' \
IB KEYSTONE : firm. Phone 964 5613 or YARD SALE March 29. 3O lASS n:,'.'U'Rmo\ acre .*,:, : ,(. .. .., \ .
Schedule '
,HEIGHTS 9646252. Itpd 3/29 31, Apt! 1. On. mile East of 7H14806Comfortable Macclenny-3 BR. J B, LR. DR, FR with fireplace Break 7.1;
To Purchase 178 FORD RANGER Ex.ploret1 Radio Shack on SR 100. RAMBLING. 4 BR. 2 bath on .
Office \1904147J4700Eveafags In Person coded six room CH A, ,' > )
Apply super nice, { Phon. 964.5"52. Itchg 3/29 older from acres. f ,

Commercial Income topper 14.000 miles. $5999. home 9 rmt.. 1 bo.. 50 10.acres.posture ((lood..Baylets Highway oreo "*:' 1.f .j' ,'

((904)) 47J-403T POWELL Adams Auto Sales HIGH WOODED pecan tree, 3 rental CONVENIENT 3 BR, 2 bath ,' I
BILL ,, ,
... ,},*-", ", ,
- Property From Owner, Keyston, 4734470. llchg BEAUTIFUL mobile homes 1 MH in town. I' S areas H'301NFreme I, ji

Ell.SalesaaaaEv.elngii. G.Staaley REAL ESTATE 3/29 178 CHEVY 'BONANZA LOTS space approx. $400 mo. IMPROVED PASTURE 70 4.BR, IB 10 acres In country. .::,r:;...;-
Income on 6 acre of Bradford' finest
acre '
473-3095 p. o BOX 430 Pick-Up loaded low miles. $69,000 term: Broker- with 900 ft. highway. Sampson Lake lot. ,100 ft. ;frontage. .. ,12ar.
N. Walnut on
... 118 topper. $5999. Adam Auto Seculded Quiet '
Stark, Florid '
Stark*. FL Sale! KeystonePhon. owner. .. 3Q1.-. ". : i ,
Secure Ove'r'OneAcre Furnished 2 BR 12x60 I, RANCHETTESt 9 acres and '
tAXI bedroom SANTA, 2 both FI..7his'"c.dor"ham. 3 473-4470 197 AMC*. Itchg Matador 3/29 two' EachPaved mobile horn on 1 acre.' mobile horn. ((5)) four acre From, 3 BR, 2B.,,LR.:DR. dan corner lot, CHBrkk inown, ; :

lots, (ltn) acr lot. ((3)) two
$13.900. *
door. :clean.. $1999 Adam.Au.o *
will
satisfy your with CHIli lot. New .
IR,jsria- flreploc acre
Road With One lots. ((3)) one 3acf. I
Sal .. acre
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need for the a brick unique.fireplace Plush r Over 33,acre. trod adjoining city limit, *. Entrance on X 473.4470; itchg* 3/29 Keystone Entrance We or. offering two of ourolder lots.LAKEFRONTi. rIy ,. .,... '. j.c. 1! : ; :,. \.
carpet roads. S4i.000 term*. homes In lawtey "--
your
paved .
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and a lot of entertainmentarea - 1978 CHEVY IMPALAi 4 2..tory frame. 5 BR I bath 12x64 mobile Starke Country:.Ctyb ores. 3 lots. '. "'k" :
; '
,on lakeside deck BUYEJlUiTIES door tinted glass AC. '6,000 to '6,500; large porches on approx. 1 home. screened porch. : :*r : -

First ,time! offered at' WE remote control' mirror. 305 $31.990 Block 2 ii. It, La. Oft, fenced yard garage In town. ._,':

$63000, "" *" ** - ci I engine, V8, AT standard 15% Down 5 Yrs. acre.terms...large, 4 BR. I PRIME COMMERCIAL. 400. ".*. -,"', p ':::: j' 4
We Have emission system ft. 301 frontage with water J 0*. 'In town. '
both from, 3 fireplaces 2 2 Story fqm,4.SP2I., \
NO (.REPAIRS' NEEDID en Building' Lot In City rodioJ. AM radio. Phon On BalarVce porches, on S acres and .._r. I \f.\ *

this perfect Starter! ,horn,. Lincoln CIty and Ren 964.9(96, L. E. Bait*. Itpd Call 064-8464 $''300 (equity and BUILDING LOTSi In town1' Brick 3 M. 1%- B., R.:DR oro,:10 acre In country. CH/A
witty' %. bedrooms; Tl Ii S..r.'llnc.' .... producing apartment building' lor 329' assume mortgage). : f4i.
bath. located In 'a 1977 PODGE ASPEN fully .24 Hours and,out.ROOMFUL. ,' ,
and. .1. tat. '
good Stark.. .".''ghbor. We need listings of qll kind from all ever the trod, .loaded. $4200. Also 1974 Home I Income: 3 BR, 2 OP HOUSE 3,5. *L from*, ox?* handyman special. 1 : I
TOYOTA,; CpROLLA. 1100. ILL POWELL bath. CH A, remodeled '
hood for_ need SI6.SOO-to se.* this 'ar... BILL POWELL, Phon964..6580. .1 Ipd 3"29 from home on 10 acreswith PLANS or will build from 4iR.i'2S. Br4ck>,Jew ...... OR. FR with fireplace, CH/A. 4 I
on* only ESTATE ,
; REAL and your*. W* recommend e < ,f L3BR.
fruit trees pecan .
NEW'U5'flN4tQ acres of Real Estate out-bldgi.. fenced and master builder who) will 2$. FRwlth, f1r**t.c.. OR rea. LEmony extras black ; ; '
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good farm fond located or 964-6404 24I1ofI. cross.fenced plus 2 BR I build FHAVA or convertflonol. |'ft town." '
NEW HOMES WITH both rental $59.600 Top ullty ,
fO" house '
State Rood 225 near : : construction ot a reason 3$1-lS- rt. .i,.D HI,viywfi. ;; J:
terms. ..
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lawtey for $14.500. .-
able price.: W* will help,
TOU.CIIQF; CLASS" 80 ocr. farm: Comfortable with plans, material, Urge 4 BfcftVi .< Brtck, 1*. 0.. FR'with fireplace' ;laundry ;,

MOBILE HOME PARK.MS Janet M. ij i : 3 SR -2 both home, 'large you and financing, It will cast 'room. Ig. JlCll'try.2: car garage with lgt'storage room, ;: I
acre provides the perfect barn outbldgs., fenced A strened extras too numerous to .l
20x40 patio
but a few mmut" ** of your peel. many t :.
letting for this1. .large, 3 I ,' CALL cross-fenced. 30 pecan '
.
"I ti'l.raOwA.'pcivocyIenc.dockyerd,
bedroom. 2 bath ham and TAKLESfGBeg. . time. for lit to chew you ,m.s, :
,- "I. """<:J> ", .r..I150.000. ,
7 recital unit with a good f what w* haw to offer.; I ,
OJ 4 In lawtey. city .... |0 Of ret Ifrilft.tvit* h5I4,3cIOn.H.l9h5.!
monthly Income. Owner Broker ERH'';BRYAN acre up .e..es..eI.sseae.Yonv ..t
financing available, \ Real Estate I'R water, $3.000 acre. 12 pet;, setHlecHeoto \ '.'' '' *'. ,'- if! .V9 '
down. ewr.lvtwrel Stery Irons!.Irs tevwv n $160.000.. 301' North Trail Motel Uwtey :: hEAtETATE ...................... .__... .-". '- .Ll* eornor lot 'I ." ". .,;;
"! ; .
;: '
SR 230 .. '
.- Office 782-3031 1:30: PM O PM I : I 10 ocr.. fronting "'-I. '
ENJOY YOUR PRIVACY, In '. and both sides Wilson' Rd, Ralph ,. : : '
I Brye : i"O
,Irvm 2' ; 'LR wifl'tireploc& I
this 3 bedroom ham nettld Mocciemty.: ery *. 4 .R. k B.
.
782f3890
Home Reeffef t420R
on a wooded lot. Fully ONSTRUiON DIVISION I $22.000. .rB !, ,F*, wltl).ilnrfstac! *>t Don. Corner I lot. CM A 2 see .. I

equipped kitchen central SMALL ACREAGE 1.19 Exterior.. Large lot shaded I 36.35 acre*. 1340 f.. US 301./ Wayn ,. Deugias 'rr,!.' ,

haf and air and a mod. Acre to 2.31 Acre tract with Oak and Pecan Trees.A01JJI I. A : I ,. :. $56,900 ,etms. Broker.J4445M MALTO* 'h ... .. ,. ,.: ': .. 'I- I''i'oc ,/::

vatS prIce tag at $31,900. Zoned Open Rural. VERY: i 100 Acre 'form, approx 100 ', ,.. GIt""' 't. ;.: "v f! '

EXCELLENT BUILDING LOT EASY TERMS. ., ,.. J p (County,10'Acresfrontingpn maintained'' : i j I';[9j'4,7$9;'* electric pecan trees planted, well, .posture.pile' Oevld pttn444-in Oyt.': A*********: "ipecW* trtck;.8 ... (1'''. .'l. lC: DR. .FR. Oroom ,;: ,;,.fS-"

.: i it i 4aws
CM A 34117 tool, icomplatelfenced., $
,
,Heightar. ( ,
Sin $h. Keystone A0101 Llv*,In wbll,\OM graded road. OWNER' and woods divided by ) : "
.* with deeded lake accstf. FINANCING'" AVAILABLE' I. I"/: p4' '' {
complete this home to your *& paved rood. Good Invest .J >

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