Bradford County telegraph
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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: April 5, 1979
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01700
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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_ome IS residents representing 2S put the stops i i,
families! of Eunice Road north of troversy, '
Lawtey cam to the Bradford County original : l
Commission meeting Monday but left "We \
disappointed\ after the five member to tell us
board unanimously upheld a zoning US-301 Isn't
board decision that okayed the don't know .
buikilng! of a factory on the road. lion ;

Carol Slater Of Eunice\ Road read aprepared the board's

statement to the board citizen's ,
signed she said by 25 of 28 families inthearea
which the echoed I
protested planned
the motion
construction\ of a True-Buys of decision. ,,
Florida factory on property lacing
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hot* the dirt Eunice Road and US-301,
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attended! the meeting and submitted
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*, Wtter which explained Ma plant will\
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displayed neatly and the corporation
is irt full compliance with all Federal, zoning
L i State, and County laws."The without : :
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t'q anticipated !gross business and here I f
'I win;be In excesa It-million annual industry-a l I
''!)..;The anticipated\ wages paid locally we know
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'" .. 1 r Bobenhauaen'. statement Bradford." .
After hearing both sides the board
unanimously voted by roll-call toupheld .A
p the zoning board decision and the ( ; 1
't + ? '? allow the plant's construction. I : i
.Tile zoning board paved the way for I i
ee ttuTiiteJbcatlon' by okaying the reion.WtHtohe ; !!: : ) !

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't. hopesto purchase by( 3-1 voia f. Th
.. .people of the area said the opening of ;; : ;
", the Bradford County Fair kept them ,
,; tlM 'away from the zoning board hearing : ; ;
when the decision was made.' !i 1 1

"We only ask that you send the zon

L Fair was dusty. but funold ing they'request can see back how to the many zoning people boardso are !: : ,

.. represented against the factory site" ;
Mrs. Slater read, "No one wants to : : ';
Thousands! of fair-goers braved heavy dust and the $50 for one flat when .County Commissioner George live In an industrial park. Almost all reconvenes The ( { t I
crush ()follow/ cyeballtTS to attend the 29th edition of the Roberta was auctioneer. of us moved to this area to get away to
L Bradford County Fair and Strawberry Festival last "They just got.to butting heads" Taylor said of,the bid from the very thing threatening to be alleged I
placed in our neighborhood," 1
WtfiTu-sday-Saturday. ding
to an- : :
Bidding went from M.SO to 110 per flat In the first auc :
'We're not to the ,
I. opposed industry Police
;:THf cattle arena was lam-packed Saturday night for the tion Wednesday night Thursday and Friday nights the we just feel the site choice is totallyout f : !I
annual steer Kale in which-4-H and FFA students from top flat went for $11. Saturday night bidders blocked the of'' hand." said Tom Herndon. The grand :: :
lirtKlford and Union counties got a record$69.241 for their Isle and the berries went from $9 to11$, except for the one following Mrs. Slater to the podium. from Police '
:ti j6U' T>i. Edward Carter of Providence carefully groom. flat which sold for $30. Half a dozen other residents stood former and ,
.. etHhf grand champion steer just minutes before his 4-H. In the photo above. Mrs T.J, Forsyth of Raiford yells in to state their feelings about the planned police ;
daughter. Pam look the prize steer into the sale ring. exhuberatlon after getting the bid on this flat of berries construction'With a round of applause Friday.
Curif used a comb and hair spray to give the steer's coat auctioned Friday night by County Commissioner Nook punctuating each speech
ainai 1 touch-up. Norman. The Eunice Road citizens said Among
Growers putting the berries in the county agriculturebooth because the factory site which would grand jury 3r:1: ; .
rtil'Cou groom them just like a woman. Spray it on and got the money from the auction. Purpose of the include store front and vestigator \:
.. wing> it slut." said Carter. auction was originally to have fresh berries at the fair dally 'Bobenhausen's a home well the former
-The t4\\me sale Friday night brought in record s z.no word around. as as ::
a but the auction proved popular as got main plant U to extend back on Julius ?, :
Kith Uu largest number pf pigs ever. 62. pn the block. Taylor approved of the grower getting something out of Eunice Road it 'will cause noise pollution Assistant ,
the berries they provided for the fair, too. and bring transients into the ; 1 I
?H new feature of the fair was the auctioning each night Fair Manager Bill Wilson says everything went well neighborhood which always show up Courthouse ; ::
t cif'; inc' flat of strawberrries by County Agent, Bobby but It will be next week before he knows how much moneywas at factory sites and because 85-70 foot the 1 : I
Tavtar., Hopefully the berry auction will become a made. He still hasn't gotten all expenses paid this mobile homes vrill\ be pulled in and out month. I
prxWur feature of the fair. It grew each night! as morepeople week. '.on Eunice!; Road it will be a safety ; '
!<< found out about the auction. See the supplement to this edition for more reports on danger to our children and chew up Capt. "' rd .1',
..Trenton man Billy Woodard got into a bidding context the fair; the cattle and swine sales Miss America and anew our road.' ton DeVoe : I
I with\ an unidentified woman Saturday night and paid item for your sweet tooth called an Elephant Ear "It appears we've stirred up a by Chief ; 1II/

hornet's, nest." noted Bobenhausen. formation
whose main factory is located In the state I ;
: Set For First Methodist
Groundbreaking Sunday Addition Jacksonville. Ironically' many of the ordered an : '
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residents of the Eunice Road area are the !: : :
a ;Aground( breaking ceremony for In the front with door for extra structure torn down this past commuters to and from Jacksonvillewho vestigator ;
construction of a new building at the hall space if need month. moved away from the factoriesof release
First United Methodist Church of The kitchen will have plenty of The building should be completed in the big city, Another irony of the f
Starke. .. will be held !II a.m. Sunday. room for restrooms and equipment. A about five. months, according to '',morning session was that Thursday : :
\ conference room also will be dlrecUy Whitehead.As Bobenhausen also asked the board to indictment : !
A 1127.400 contract for the behind the kitchen. send the Issue back to the zoning Prison I
Fellowship Hall addition-was signed The north side of the building'on part of Palm Sunday obser board for further consideration. 1978 :
Monday night April 2. by John A. Jackson Street also will\ provide a vance. April >, members and friends After defending his business as a grand jury I
Torode. chairman of the Trustees and of the First United Methodist Church from State
covered entrance, a ramp a one-way clean one with few of the negativesthe
Building Committee. Scott driveway with some parking spaces are Invited to participate in the residents had said were sure to worth and /'I
Whitehead will start construction Immediately and landscaping. The new buildingwill ground breaking and in the symbolic come, the company owner said "I Tom Elwell ;
for (the one-itory building. front on. Walnut Street.as did. the. .presentation' of a brick and a block respectfully ask the commission to sider the i ; 'I'l
.. from the old Fellowship Hall to be In- \ .
: ::: ; ..' Other trustee representatives whoparticipated send the issue back' to the zoning
.' cluded In the new, Rev. Harper. State's
in the says board and give everyone a chance to
;- signing were S.G: UCI ;
Denmark. Warren WinJder. and the Inmate The service will .begin in the sanctuary ,be heard If the Neighbors don't want Clark who r >
Rev; L. then move- outside to the me. I don't want to oe there." that ( l
:.. Richard also assisted/ in thed'ay'lnq Fatally Stabbed. building. site. In its' latter part. The commission chose instead to the first! :

.. ;.v;:> of the building", specificalions. :
,... Over$6.02 Debt
: ; ,The new Fellowship 11811'wl1l beep > t '
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pntximatel.vMa by 93 in modified colnt&lctyle. -
: ,with a )'1.110brlckVt'neer, A Union Correctional 'Institution inmate f ,
.tor-match the present church. There ;was fatally stabbed Slondar.April i 1
Will be two Sunday School classrooms during aiv argument" ov r a ,
'. $.02 debt
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: : !H. Cod, *. 41. \was stabbed 'for times tit 1 1'
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the ribs with .homemade knife. ,
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malt, M. are being held', In administrative ; rJji t
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said" t
custody.Authorities ..
\ :ictlonA.;i.. . . Pag *1AIJAsoewiy. ,,. ,it i ill believed Chapman held Code and : : ;
; \ :.i6tl!n 8;... . "," rages' 1a128hQn 'Belle stabbed him.v ,
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; '. .Code was serving a SO-vear:
: At sentence: for robbery in Orange CourtJy -
;:> .*, ,?.. .,, "egn2 -4 A Belle is serving 60 years for robjbery ; : !
;;; }( bHtiariefciiyi; :'. i P...e 4A in Dale County. Chapman\ la set; ,
: ..'.: EdltoHaL.j. nr.Tr.P4; ,.'A' >,ving 25 years for robbery and *com- i. .
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Engaged Couple

Honored at llTlte !

Family ReceptionThe ;

relatives of Miss Cindy Canova c4,49 1V00r 'drra., 9a.xH1c 1
and Billy McRae were invited to a ,

reception Sunday afternoon, April 1, -..

? ''I4I from 3 to 5 p.m at the home of Mrs. L. ,-- ".. .. Mrs. Blackburn ti' r
t A. Canova, Sr
Co-hosts for the family social were.
Mr. and Mrs Levy A. Canova, Jr. of Shower HonoreeMrs. :
Orange Park and Mr. and Mrs. David I I
I E. Canova of Kingsley Lake. Frankie Blackburn a recent
Mrs. Paul Bridges Introduced the : bride was honored at a bridal shower.i iTuesday
guests to the receiving line composedof '\ evening. March 27 given at
the honored couple and their the home of Mrs J. M. Norman.
parents Mr. and Mrs. Donald F Co-hostesses were Mrs Owen S-
,Bill McRae and Mr. and Mrs. Alvarez, Mrs. Mark Moody Mrs. Don> i'i'S i'Y
J George A. Canova. i
nryJerald Baldwin :
Colorful arrangements of mixed Mr s. Jimmy

spring flowers decorated the party Thornton Mrs. Vernie Thornton .....
rooms. Mrs John Kinney, Sr. and Mn B M. ..
Refreshments of punch and dainty Myrick.The .
finger foods were served from the din- refreshment table was covered
ing table overlaid with'an imported with a red linen cloth and centered bya .-
Mr. and Mn. Ronald. Martin cutwork and embroidered linen cloth, straw basket filled with strawberries :'
centered "wIth spring flowers in a and daisies. 3 wt
Tralnore.Ma /tin silver bowl. The hostesses gave the honored a rrt -

The hosts were assisted In serving handmade strawberry corsage and ::
Wed March 2 and entertaining by Mrs. S. L. Peek, tt9c Individual gifts as a memento of the _.,..
Edna P. Trainer of:.Stark and Jr., Mrs. Gordon B. Killinger, Mrs. J. atl+k occasion.
Ronald L. Martin of Matthews N. C. W. Kincaid, Mrs. James A Otto,Mrs. Brenda Lee Batten Approximately 25 guests attended !
were united In marriage Friday Warren Stevenson, Herbert Drew, Floyd Norman between the hours 7:30 and p.m. : '.=.
March 2 at the Calvary BaptistChurch { Mri. Kenneth Grider, Mrs Bill Alder- rM -

with the Rev. II Jim,Black performing Grider man, Mrs.and Mona Miss Judy Weimer Canova., Miss Kathy Brenda Lee Batten, =

ceremony. Junior hosts and hostesses serving :=
the altar basketof
Highlighting was a FloydM. NormanTo
spring flowers and two seven- punch and snacks on the porch were I -
branch candelabra with burning Nancy Grider, Holly Shields, Amy \ ::
Wed 5 T
tapers. Tlson. Cindy Alderman, Tom,Brian May 1'y

Peggy Dobbs, soloist and Eddie and Jason Canova. Mr.and Mrs. A. L;Batten announce Ii''. '
Frampton, organist presented a pro The hosts presented, the honorees the engagement and approaching ,C .'
with boutonniere and a .
of a corsage
gram nuptial music. marriage of their daughter Brenda
Robert Braden, brother-in-law of silver Chip 'n Dip Dish as a mementoof Lee to Floyd Mitchell Norman, son of : .;,;; :
the bride. nerved a" best man. Ushers the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Norman of : ::. .
weci.fiicbard Browner and Henry Out-of-town relatives included: Mr. Lawtey. \-z. ). "f'
Mitchell. and Mrs. Bill Alderman and The will xe .,.
wedding take
place on I .
Marjorie Braden attended her daughter Cindy of Hampton Herbert the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. Norman on ,., I .
sister as matron of honor. She wore a Drew of Chicago, Anthony Drew and May 6. '. \
peach colored, floor length gown, Miss Lisa Durrance of Willlston, Dr. All friends and relatives are invitedto t.' ,
and Mrs. Gordon B. Killinger of "
which had V-neckline. She carried
a a
Gainesville Mrs. Cora Marshburn A .' ":' '' .
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of carnations.The "
arm bouquet peach .
and Weimer of
Mrs. Mona
bride Keystone k ".
in -
given marriages by .
Heights and Mrs. James A. Otto of Byron Bagwell 4 ...... et;; ...
her son, Raymond L. Trainor, wore a "" .f'n -..
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Seminole. ,, "' \' ..!.oo -
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aqua floor length gown featuring a ;7' in. : ;
Approximately 80 family members Birthday March 31 .
empire waistline and high collar. She Mr. and Mrs. Charles '
called during the appointed hours to Doretha Ann Thoma.Cbrlsto..ber Myers }
wore pearl earrings and necklace and 1 .:
Byron Bagwell celebrated his
share the joy of the engagement and
yarned: a daisy cascade bouquet. approaching marriage of Miss seventh birthday Saturday afternoon, Barry Larie Temple and Charles Myers ,::I': I
A reception was held In the church March
31 when his parents, Mr. and.Mrs. :
Canova and Mr. McRae.Woman's Doretha
pastorlum which was /highlighted Donnie Bagwell gave a party for'I.J Ann" Thomas, Wed March 17 at Brooker Baptist Church '::
with of daisies and : ,
arrangements car him at their home on S. Cherry street. .',
nations. Clara Sue Johnson kept thebride's ClubTo Twelve of Byron's friends helped Christopher BarryEngagement Larie ,Joan Temple of Tampa, Greenery and flowers were' on the ->"-'
book. him celebrate the occasion daughter of Mrs Jim Temple and the baptistry and choir rail. '- ''
Missy Green and Judy Smith cut Meet ""Monster Musicians" was the Told late Rev. Jim Temple of Gainesville, Presenting a program of nuptial :
the wedding cake. Allna Johnson and April 11 theme for the decorations. The former Starke residents, and Charles music were Mrs. Jean Douglas, ::?ts'
Shirley Johnson presided at the punch refreshment table was centered witha Edward Myers of Tampa, son of Mrs. organist and Greg Douglas, soloist. :?:::11" :
table. Members of the Starke Woman'sClub red-and black Monster Musician Mr and Mrs. J.T.,Thomas of Lake Lester Fairbank of Clay ville, R.I. and Bart Moodie of Tampa gerved as '"
Martha Smith and Mn. Jim Black will have lunch Wednesday cake and' Butler announce i the engagement of '*"
lime sherbert "slime" Richard Myers, Sr., of Lodi, Calif. best man. Ushers were Stacy Dexter "
assisted in serving. April 11, at 12 noon at the BapUltRecreation their daughter Doretha Ann to
punch was served. Monsters hung were united in marriage Saturday and Jose Vazquez of Tampa and Jim- ." "
Following a wedding trip to Tampaand during Holy Week. Christopher John Barry, son of Mr.
from the side of the punch bowl. March list 7 p.m. in the Brooker' my Temple of Gainesville. ."
Cape Kennedy the couple is Members will then go to the clubhouse and Mrs. George HIggins of Melrose ,
>A one-legged race was run and the Baptist Church) in Brooker with Rev. Mrs. ,Shellee Priest served as "
residing at Rt.l, Box 426, Starke. for the' regular monthly contest was won by Beth McKinney Miss Thomas Is a 1974 graduate 01Union' Mike Brown.!>f Tampa performing the. matron of honor. Attendants were ;/
Mrs. Martin is a bus driver for the meeting.. and Derrick Dowdy. County High School. nuptials. Cherie Hinton of Gainesville Pamela ..
Bradford County Schools.Mr. The April hostess committee will Favors of marbles; skeletons, can Mr Barry attended Plant City Highlighting the altar were three Smith-' of Tallahassee and Glenda -' :".
Martin employed by Browder be hostesses with the May hostess dy and gum were given to the little Senior High School. silver candelabra with mixed spring Fortner' of Plant City. They were at. ...''
Enterprises and.Construction. committee for the May Breakfast. A June wedding Is planned. .''.
guests. ,
__ floral arrangements 'and palms tired alike in gowns of aqua green -
m qiana with matching chiffon capes. :',
They wore matching! picture hats and ..
carried nosegays of mixed spring'
flowers with pastel ribbon streamers. '
Thebrtde.giverimtnarriagebyher'utbrother -
!/!' immy'J'Ternp1!jn designer style gown of whit- chif- -" :
fonette featuring a high banded illusion -I.."
neckline full bishop sleeves and ..'..<
elaborate cathedral length train. Imported '""'.
reel" broidered alecon lace ..
sprinkled in seed pearls accentuated '
11 the neckline bodice and cuffs of the -:

I sleeves accessorized with fingertip _
length veil, also encrusted in alecon '"
lace and pearls. She carried a
III i t 4 nosegay of white roses, stephanosis *%">
and baby's breath.A .

'N e reception was held in the church -. :.:$:
It t-{ Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Judy Lewis of
tt 1 1II Warner Robbins,Ga., kept the bride's
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book J
.1k' At vantage points in the hall were'' '1. 1.'
n arrangements of mixed spring """1'
flowers and palms. ..>.*
The bride's table was centered with "">;"
a four tiered cake which was -'
decorated with fresh orchids. Mrs. ;"r'J
DebbieBigham cut the cake. :*
The,groom's table held the groom's ..;..
'{ u rrtgl, rl, I' cake encircled with fruit. *i
The punch table held two silver '

punch bowls silver candelabra and j'-"i J
flower arrangement. : .:.

awtiw i 3 'ia Assisting were Mrs. Debbie:
Slzemore of Miami Miss Debbie :....:
Douglas Leesburg. 'Mrs.. Christie '-t'"
Williams of Alachua, Miss Patsy Ed- -:-
wards of Brooker and' Miss Janet' 'Jt:s:
; ,t'. Thomas of Gainesville. r ..
7 Piece jolt r Following a wedding trip to Silver. *-:'
Springs!! and Disney'World t the couple -"*
:. :::,, 'f,.:' Western Style Gump. Is residing in Tampa.' ...
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... \" 1,.to. .. '. . rn. The bride attended Bradford Coun
.. ; ty Elementary schools; graduated
t:. ... "''': 'ej.t '.... t' AN UNBEATABLEVALUE: from Buchholz High School and the
,..w.ll''i'! .. < University of Florida, She pursuing
,. !: ; ;:: 'HI ,4 ...}.. d ,M a masters in library science at t USF.
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p'.J.! .L '1 ..... ," 'j ," "VVef Mr. Myers graduated .fromLodi.
,J" ":.r..t';:... "",:. :.: ,. .; '' '. ''' .' High School Lodi. Calif ..served with ter-.m
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-.yt-yiA i- \ -., chemical
ttr ry : : All7p. a degree in engineering S3'
: e CO S'r' at. USF.'Tonya. S3gat:

Solid/ Pine Sofa With Matching RQcker; Arm ichair '' '
and Heather

And Ottoman, End Tables. & Coffee Table": : $, 5 41 g', ,, Celebrate' Birthdays

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a ruggedly handsome group thais |Just great for March 16 ,. ==
around belled everyday living. The unique wood trim and ; : ,' .' ,
arm treatment (
will/ ;
bring compliments WHl.rna
you from friends and BUDGET eo
family for year to TERMS
Influence In -
styling combined with the '' and Heather Smith jof Starke
sturdy construction and the durable vinyl and 'Tonya ii
covering make. this set an unbeatable value;, easily Quality. Comfort ..DuI.blll.IYI'! contrasting Herculon *r RjiT'j}F .. celebrated their first and second birthdays :;;;

March 16 along with their Nan ==
.' ,,..' ny Allegra McRae of Starke. ::::=
,Credit Terms & 24 Months.Available -''Vrt.;;<**?,. 'A party' '.wa.wglv n by, 'thct',.girls' '

parents; Mr. and Mrs.'Tom Smith of ';;'
Morgan road. Cake andj Ice. cream B
,was served, by ilecky and- Peggy \ssiCooper. -
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Bever Morgan,, J l .. \, ,; Mrs. Andy Jordan

_: I L-.T Ralph,A. Paine ..i,(..';. Shower Honoree +

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Wed March 11 Mrs.Andy Jordan was honored at a
baby shower Thursday, March 23 in
Beverly Struck Morgan ofGainesville ," the Madison Street Baptist Church
,daughter of Mr.and Mrs ""Ii Fellowship HaiL
Robert L.Straw*of Crystal Lake, and The hall was decorated in a spring
Ralph A. Paine of Gainesville, son of atmosphere with spring flowers and
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Paine of PUtella plants. The refreshment table was
Park were united in marriage Saturday covered in yellow check cloth with a
March 31, at Ua.m.in the.Trinl baby centerpiece and candles and
Methodist Church in lowers
Gainesville with Rev. O. Dean Martin The gift table was covered with a
performing the ceremony. yellow linen cloth with white lace
Ms. Teresa Willingham served as centered with a arrangement oI
Y ?M matron of honor. Pamela Morgan was yellow flowers and white dogwood.
flower girl.Raymond. i One game was played. The honoree
Paine attended his was given a lesson in diaper chang
brother as beat man. Joseph WHI ing.Refreshments .
served. .
ingham was ring-bearer. were ---
K Mrs. Rebecca Brown presented a Donna Evelyn Futch Approximately 40 guests enjoyedthe Janie llIaode I
LIL1r program of nuptial music.A Charles W. Jones evening. Those from out-of-town \
v Kenneth Palmer, Jr.
reception was held at the home of Included Mrs. Luther Grant from
Ms. Willingham in Gainesville. Donna Evelyn Futch Ocala, mother of Mrs. Jordan and
Following a wedding trip to Key Mrs Cathy Priest Ocala,sister of the Janie Rhoden,
: .5 k; West the couple will reside in Charles W.JonesTo honoree Mrs. Joe Jordan, motherinlaw -
Gainesville.The of Mrs.Jordan from Live Oak and Kenneth PolmerJr.Engagement .,

bride is a graduate of Bradford Wed April 27 Cindy and Lynn Jordan slster-ln- .
High School laws from Live Oak. Told
The hostesses were Mrs. Charles
Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch of Blalock, Mrs.David Lawson Mrs. II-
Mr and Mrs. Melton D. (Buck) I
XI Iota Delta .Starke approaching announce marriage the engagement of their and ene O'Steen and Mrs. Edward Rlppl- Carter of Jacksonville announce the ;. ,
daughter Donna Evelyn to Charles engagement of their daughter, Janie
Elects Officers The honoree was presented a
Carter Rhoden of Starke to Kenneth .
Woodrow Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. baby carrier car: seat from the ;
Louie G. Jones of Gainesville. Dale Palmer,Jr.of Starke,son of Mr. j
4 M Members of XI Iota Delta chapter ,. An April 27 wedding is planned for 8 sion.hostesses as a memento of the occa and Mrs. Kenneth Dale Palmer,Sr.of :S :
of Beta Sigm Phi held an election of p.m.at Grace Baptist Church on Grif Franklin Ohio. i
officers at their bl-monthly meeting fls Loop with a reception in the church 4 Itifi r.. The wedding date will be annnOU Co
Tuesday, March 20 at 7:30 p.m. at the Fellowship Hall. ed later. !
home of Brenda Slade. Miss Futch Is a 1975 graduate of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Kennedy of
Elected were: president, Linda Bradford High School. She Is Baxley, Ga. and Ft. Lauderdale, and t
; Bowen; vice-president, Dimple employed by Regional Utilities In Mrs. Lois Dick of Waycross, Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Peterson of .
Overstreet; recording secretary Gainesville.Mr. Brooksville, were Tuesday guests of Silver Spring, Md. are visiting his ;
Marie Wynn; corresponding Jones is a 1971 graduate of Mrs. Pearl Colson. sister, Mrs. L. H.Gibson for a week.
secretary, Cherie Cox; treasurer Gainesville high school; he is also a ...
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,, ,.. .. ', '" -,... Diane Hedge; and extension officer two year graduate from Santa Fe
Vonda Stephens. Junior College. He is employed by
Mr. and Mrs Richard Grlfflt During the meeting It was reportedthat Shannon Wrecker Service.All .

I Janet Turner and Richard Ray Griffis Bryan Connie, Murrrayhatl Best, Linda Diane Bowen Hodge Harriet attend.friends and relatives are Invitedto "I I NEVER REALIZED HOW 1 I

Wed March 17 and Knonda successiuuy
at Woodstock IJCHTHEYDD'fFew '
Baptist ChurchJanet completed a course on CardioPulmonary ,, :

Lynn Turner,daughter of Mr. pearls and seed pearls on white satin resusitation given at the ,Methodist YoungstersTo : '
'and Mrs. Clifford H. Turner of and lace. She wore pearl necklace Bradford County Hospital. people do realize how many unsoen details ;/.: 1 ;
Jacksonville and Richard: Ray Grif and earrings given her by the groom'smother Connie Best gave a demonstrationof Have Easter: .
skin products with all are necessary for even the simplest : ,
bible care
fis of Jacksonville, son of Mr. and and carried a white ":' .
Mrs. Marlie R. Griffis of Starke given to her by the church.A members participating. Egg Hunt April 13 funeral service. At our firm capable handa : .
owners of Do-Dro -ln Bargain House reception was held in the church The next meeting wUl take place at trained in a long tradition of personal service, ,
were united in marriage Saturday Fellowship Hall where silk flower arrangements the home of Vonda Stephens April 3 at The First United Methodist Church handle these scores of details with 'quiet '

March 17, at 7 p,m. in the Woodstock and silver candelabrawere 7 p.m. A the covered Pledge dish Ritual.dinner will annual Sunday school Easter egg. thoughtrulness.: No service 'is too simple to \., : ,
Park Baptist Church with Rev. at vantage points. precede hunt will be held Friday, April 13 command all their attentive and understanding I
Charles Mack Hutson performing the! The four tiered bride's cake at Strickland'scamp "I, ; '
from 2 to 3:30 p.m. care ; 'I
featured a fountain and was cut by \ >' I
ceremony. at Lake.
grounds Klngsley. ,,, \
Mrs. Cole and Mrs. Gloria I
Decorating the altar was a flowered Margaret :
arch, baskets of gladiolus and mums Richardson, aunts of the bride. _ a> Eggs and refreshments will be pro- Steve Futch DeWitt C.j nes"I' I j
Miss Jeannie Melton the
and a prayer bench. vided. I
Presenting a program of nuptial bride's book and Mrs. Ann Richardson Benton Futch' Harold Johnson II
music were Mrs. Myra White, cousin of the bride, cut the Si'tq DUPLICATE BRIDGE I .
organist, Miss Marianne Gibbs, groom's cake. Mrs. Pat Goddard and CLUB RESULT ;
Pianist and Miss Kathy Watson, Miss Brenda Gibbs presided at the
soloist. punch table.Following. Duplicate Bridge Club Tuesday DeWitt C.JonesFuneral I
Mel Carver of Jacksonville servedas a wedding trip to Oahu, night scores were: tieing for first -
best man. Ushers were Ron Griffisof Hawaii the couple is residing ,in Jeff Wrenshall and Eva Mathewsonand Home
Melbourne Robert Byrd, Robert Jacksonville.The Ruth Wrenshall and Dolly Kunig; Stark K.Y.tonK Halt
Smith and Donnie Davis of Jackson bride is a graduate of Paxon second Anne Hamilton and Ida *I3.3176XJ
Senior High School and F.J.C.'s Den- Shaw; tieing for third were: Evelyn 864-6JOO
ville.Mrs.. Pam Fore attended her sisteras tal Assistant Program. Griffin and Margie Thomson, and I I'r"
matron of honor. She wore a Mr. Griffis ls a graduate of Paxor. i Lucile Green and Cell TerwllIegar.a t
.5(',c' "f, reen gown and yellow rose Senior High School and F.J.C. and If., 1 q 1aF a--, I _. --rtf
,employed with Metal Container, nrwe ...
uuda in her hair. \ ,. !
Janie Griffis, sister of the groom; Corp.,Jacksonville I It
Nancy RaulersonJr/Yj kl.-Cola and*lon! ,,'\.\ ( ty'll 1"9S. S'.O B.7HE
Darleen Lawrence served as bridal

attendants. They wore emerald green The Claude J.JohnsTo dtaairlduar
rs :
gowns and matching flowers in their

spring hair. They flowers.carried white baskets of Celebrate 50th Debra Tonya Patrick

The bride,given in marriage by her Anniversary April Debra Tonya Patrick, \
father wore a Priscilla gown with '
Mark Anthony Hodges
Raye Padgett All friends and relatives are invitedto ;.\
the 50th wedding anniversary -
Celebrates First reception Sunday, April 8 from 3 To: Wed July 21
to 5 o'clock for Mr.and Mrs.Claude J. v'
Birthday March 24 Johns at the Lakeside Community Mr. and Mrs. W. M, Patrick of ,,, ? II..;df.J
Center in Lake Butler given by their Lawtey announce the engagementand .
sons and wives Dr. and Mrs ClaudeJ. approaching marriage of their "" ':I< ".:rl' 1
Catherine Rave Padgett, daughterof Johns, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth daughter Debra Tonya to Mark An- 1 We'd be pleased 1\\
Greg and Julie Padgett celebratedher C. Johns. thony Hodges,son of Mr. and Mrs. E. ( i\
first birthday (March 22 ) with a The family request! no gifts please. W. Hodges, Jr. of Hampton Lake. '
party Saturday, March 24 at their The wedding will take place July 21 to count coins ';
home on SR 223, Lawtey. Elisha NormanBlrthdQyApril at 8 p.m.at Northslde Baptist Church. your ..
'The Raggedy Ann and Andy party Miss Patrick is a 1977 graduate of "
was held under the carport where 12 Bradford High School and is attending I
small children and their mothers en- 1 Santa Fe Community College. ; \ ,
joyed cake and ice cream during the She is employed in the clerk's officeat '
party hours 2 and 3 p.m. Elisha Norman celebrated her the Bradford County Courthouse.Mr. ;/ S ..' 'h',: ft"
fourth birthday Sunday,April 1 with a .. i t
Helping with the party and taking Hodges Is a graduate of Bradford l .' < : ,'11 1
and uncle ,
pictures was Raye grandmother, cookout given by her aunt High School,Santa Fe Community : ,d... .,,.. :,", (
Betty N. Hazen of Keystone Heights.On Mr. and Mrs. Ed Roberts of Lawtey. College and will graduate from the ", '. J' ",. ....v, .'lot ,jl,< ., ,, !
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Sunday March 25 the Padgettshad The youngsters played games and University of North Florida In June .," '."'..,' "' jI... .'t I." '
another party for Raye at their outdoor sports during the party hours. 1979. He.w employed at Lawtey Correctional ",."'", /4M1. 'i,.'.....',Wi.." )1
Barbecue ribs and chicken were .
home. 'Institution. lJ -. J ; !
served along with cake. ;
cake Thirteen and ice family cream members between the enjoyed hours Elisha is the daughter of Wayne and 4 .RiG C, r.I ; '

of 3 and 5:30 p.m.Among those atten- Yvonne Norman of Starke and the Archie of Miami .J\.4j"o'Jr.t.\" ":"'"" \1'1'I
Green spent the ; : ;
the late Leaman t"'I4
ding was Raye's uncle Randy Norman granddaughter and of Beulah Norman of weekend with his mother, Mrs L. J. \1 S'J''J S "'",.. : r' 'J"r. I..,, .,,;l.J; ,>.,'ffI S ,
Padgett of Gainesville whose birthday Green at Lake Geneva. I .
abe was JI m AiD Lawtey.

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.1 CasX9CVPs 9JoYU J&JICIil"b. ......,.. Timber Club Has Wolves JamboreeIn C.B.

.\ U L4thedte.Inawagl Valdosta Ga. f;

. > and lira- 0.". ,* '"tf ..... Mr and Mrs Nealy McCkWMfl had Mr.. wad Mrs C M.oaugMer and n
Qs*_ .. .... Fry ....-....... a* *M*. during the wtthmd Mi** ...If'., Pleb llahir Tfcr t:antedt.rmtecosIat. The newly organized BradfoitCftunty
.ass1s M thmr ...... Mr LiteMm. DIIUM Kay Le of GaJswruV. and ., ..41 Timber Wolves C B Club
Qsl ..aaad......,. Sir awl Mrv Jaaam Lee...Sir. and MIL fiMdys N...... asd a B at s ltsr tli 1M N. leaded the Bchota County Pta wC.B.Cllilia
; Sir*.Afcert Woods awl family of Lake Ifttded .... we"- C 01 MainSttwet.. second annual jai ibor

I l -........IGIIIIII4 CIIo. and mece.: ...Wki to alarte. hurttrdt to Vakkwta.Ga. on' April I. i
I i '" ..... w-I .... ..... v.... willa Kenneth Warn m 1 Buahn fiatum r. <<'".... Fourteen members attended*whl
, ,;} ': hfr.....,.. ,sPPMLamhatDia,hwBo.ti Mr. and Mrs. cell Mcdane andiMitrin day afternoon. hat the Fates put them in second place for
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of Jacksonvflle Beach trio. .t4er.
beautiful with the
''" weekend g rto of his parents Mr. Mr. and ))Irs. James Hoppe and 1'.."... Tertotm Jaws Club from Callahan mimi
; Jmt A. On* .fsprat Se.arrle and Mr*. Hustaa Medaae. of Eeldarpta -
I; family Tampa were weekend first place with 15 members pi ysen
the *eMt ..... her gasser. .
we of L. B aslew : c. at
guesU Mrs.a and Mrs. The "Sounds of Gospel" oar .
30rs L \. laenaa Jerald BaM -ia is in Alacbua J. TlCmeaid. F :pm. supplied the gospel)tinging and musi:
General Hospital for observation and which the of the"day. '
Mack'WNfettM ... medical.. was highlight
waptaet treatment Mr. and Mrs R. 0. Danefcyhadas
M Bradferd. OuoXy Ho *tal OBITUARIES ...
Saturday guests Mr. and Mr*. Edward
J and Mr*. wlKiimi .hre had ibeor Mr and Mr. ... E. Hardy spent the Da.... Mr. and Mrs Robert
, children. home during the weekend uvel weekend in Atlanta visiting their HUH and Mr. Mickey Dantby and BHS Students Qualify
4 ,, Williams efTah Five
4tC daughters and tami iea. Mss June family of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rowe
\ **Jft'. Mr and Mrs Charles Hardy and Mr. and Mr*. David Roy Andrew of Jacksonville and Mr. .

1 MrQua of Waycro' Mr and Mrs MendenhaB and daughter. Ashley. and Mr Rodney Hall of TberessaMrs. Edward J. Rowe 44. resident of State Science FairVickie
I'' fete.tWlaiaw.aadfa.asltr of Savaaaah. -
for ;
Route 1. Box: M7-A of Lawtey.passed
G*.John WtBums of THus wtte Mr. and Mrs Ernest P. Bobnd of
Ruth Ctoffman of central IU. away early Sunday morning. MarchZS. :
and Bob KMUucsof JackfoemBeI Amen. Ga. spent last week' with her is guest this week of Mr. and Mrs. U following an extended illness of Ffr Bradford High School students Carver 4th place Medici
mother. Mr*. H. L. SpeerMrs. C. four Born fat Bradford and Health SPl ribbon. :,-
Early years. County. quaKrwd far the eta! Florida Stale
.. J Ci II ...1Lt wasMackay
-.g Mr. Row moved' to Jacksonville at Bill Chastain. 6th place }titan
Science Fair with their shonnngs at
vmaorofMrs D \... .
L last
Arlen McKntght returned r-::
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green spentSunday an early age where he attended Lee the Regional Science Fair held March iSP ribbon. I
Friday from three weeks visit with to Wednesday of last.week High School and entered the U.s. Ar 22.ZS. at Lake OIly Conununity Col- Pat Crawford partkripaliort'Vem
Mr ad Mrs J D of
Stytnmur re slices In Coiumbu and Mannmg. l
I with their daughter Anita Greea in my following graduation. He was an Ticate iSP >
Starke and* **. lUroM of OeaU awl S. C. Mrs Leona Jones of Sum1ft'. So lege. 4th Ibtan
Florence S. C. electrician until his neUiemciU. and Marcia Coodge. place
j Dot,lkS 01 .Mct*rs r* vwsed Mr C. reCurned with Mr. McKmght for Bradford Science Far overall winner ..:
also nbbon.
member of WftWdeNual'ftle iSP
was a
Janice Jacket was the only! local
:J awl Mrs Beach MarM S H.rtsrgbe at Ornnnd two weeks visit Mrs. J. H. Fields visited Mr. Ella Church of..JacbGaYiDe.s.anm.d entrant 10 qualify for both the State Jana Corfu. participation cert J
1! on wtoy Lyles in Jacksonville Sunday to by his site Mrs Gloria Science and Engineering Fair and the Hcate iSP>, I
).II'. and Mrs, Jimmy Lawson andfamily of last week. Misses Nelson'o Green 2nd place
Wednesday Rowe Lawtey; 2 daughter. PWmcalj
Florida State Science Talent Search
i 9 )fr. and Mrs. Tani Linnm of attended the funeral of her .
; Shelly and Diane Rowe, both of Science Science Talent Search rih
two separate competitions to be conducted -
Charles Two. W Va the
sprat father Davie Blackweil; in Chadbourn. "
Adnenne and Drew of Birmingham Pasco Edward Rowe bon and certificate.
Barry Lawtey: 1 son.
together in Naples, Florida.
erkeod t.. thnr cnuraM. DunJoin .
> \. C.1uI Saturday.Mr. Earth
w Gnff a.lrs. W" H Southern College and MISs of JacksonviUe.and brother Pasco April 25-2)1 JockeTs project a entitled Cathy Gnder. 4th place all '
Pam Kerns of Gainesville spent the Roy "Pat" Row; Ft. Stewart G*. "A Qneraatographiral Analysis of Space Sciences: 2nd place. Kodak:
and M ijftaJi at Km&ley '. .
as Slump and Mrs. mreturned
George HU
weekend with Mrs.A. J. Barry. Funeral services: were held at 2 the Power Arm in the Floater, nbbons and certificate
Lakeilrv last Friday after ten days m "
I p.m.1"IIeIdIy at theChapel Archer- Danny Hildebran. particppaiion
Volleyball Serve. It was second
Fort Myers rotting their daughterand John F. Burton of Knoxville,Term Tanner Funeral Home with Rev. certificate eSP 1 I
alternate' of
for the Best Fair awardat
C H W.*Vnbrrg .( Farmtgtao. -
Mr and Mrs Oier
I family. spent the weekend with ha sister Charles Cloud. Pastor of Westside Cecilia Infante. 4lh "placcj
Casa tad. Muses Lwawe and the Region meet and gained a 1st
Etta Fnpp of CWumbu$. C have Crosby. Mrs. James Barren and Mrs. Janet Nazarene Church of Jacksonville officiating. Place in Physics in both the Science Behavioral and Social SciencrVVSPu i .
Turner and fami.l). Burial was in Lawtey Fair and Talent Search contests as ribbon 2
brenciMMsof thnr s0aer Mrs IPww G. Mr.' aid Mr*.James Cash and famity -
i. Cemetery<< staff Tanner in well as special Kodak and Air Force Chub Johnson. 4th piau.T1dllK'!
They al ** list wed.t
oTOrUndo weekend with
sf spent the ,
Dr. John Harris of Quince is ctarge of awards. maliaandComputers. iSPi r3onFrancis1 .
SaMbrl tOand after willda theyrrtwrwd her
I*Surie and spent several Johns.Mr parents. Sea and Mrs. Charley Thursday guest of Mrs. E.P.Kroner Kathy Henderson. Carlos Her : Knepper. 4th 'glace. ]

days hrre ..... Mci Posed ......WUBe MM CIi_.M nandez.John Powell,and Irene Wain- Chemistry SP, nbbon.
Mr. and Mrs Ogden Bate of Debbie Parmenler. 3rd ttace.
wnght were the other BUS qualifiersto
and Mr ofJackMnmBe
TSfiman Hutto .
Mr &IJdln.. rrack Palmer Sr were weekend guests of Jacksonville were Sunday visitors of Mrs WiKe Mae timer M. of state all for the science fair por- Behavioral and Social Sciences-iSP
dddars Mr. and Mrs Robbie Shaller. Starke died Friday night al the; home nbbon.
sere Satwrtfav
evenac guests Mrs Carolyn Redgrave and Mrs. M. tion.Miss
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of )lr. ant Mrs Karotd Martin m C. Wetts. of her daughter in Lake Butler. She Henderson's project was Beth Patray. 3rd place
l'aumnsyae.Mrs Charles Sanders of Lynchburg. Va was a lifelong resident of Bradford awarded 2nd: Place in Medicine' and mathematics and Computers tt;P .

Mr. and Mr. A. S. Harmon aDdaDIhon. is visiting )fro and Mrs Malcolm County bad been employed trrth Health and Cancer Society and VJS. 2nd place Physical Science tSvirnre
: Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. Guy An- Talent Search nbbons and certificate.
Dunnettoa the Northeastawl Florida State Army awards.Powell
A C Dowfcng of is Richard Harrison spent Hospital ,
dress this went. as a muses" aide. won 3rd Place in the Physics : '
I ttMbmg her dauKhter and family. Mr last week with their son-uvlaw and
; ..adrs. C R Scogjass tEes stetMr daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Survivors include: her husband divisions of both the Science Fair and Suzette Rodrigue.. 4th ,place
m Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. ,,-.mam.l.Alexander Clarence: Climer. Starke; 4 Talent Search. Zoology SPi nbbon.
: and Mrs J 1L MncrMi had as Mejerc of Kmgsley Lake have moved to the daughter Mrs. Sandra Moss dRaped Miss Wamwright's project was tab- Dirt Schmidt. 7th place BrhaYural$

I seetead g vests Mr and Mrs. R.W Mr. and Mrs O G. Strayhorn of E. P. Renner home on McMahon dry. SJ>.. Mrs. Glenda bed for lit PUce in the Behavioraland and Social Sciences nUinn
I L'ndmlaftndattaniMraodMrs.A 0 W tkhrood were Sunday visitors of)(r. street which they have purchased. Wheeler of StaB Mr*. Lateen Social Sciences with a special John Talum. 2nd place. BmMjt.x-al
Brtts and Miss alias Kille 0I Qtaarsy and Mrs. M. F H.toDr. -. Rhodes of Hampton Mr*. DianeTomiiasoa Us. Navy award Science Science Talent Search1.. nl>-
: Mrs. E. P. Renner has sold her bon and certificate. 5
of Lake Butler; 4 sons. Other BUS placers at the Regional
:Mr ainiMrs. kin 3J>en spent last and Mrs J. P. Young. Jr. of home on McMahon street and has Robert Bryan of Daytona. Edward Science Fair were: Joyce Thorpe. 2nd place Btofcyical
wrest one'" ce. FU visiting Mr and Jacksonville were Sunday inters of moved to the Pine Forest Apartments Bryan of Starke. T.C. Bryan of Todd Ashhne. 3rd place Earth and Science Science Talent Sx-anhif nb

Irs Pad Dtrfrmco Mr and Mrs. C G. Hill at Kingsley Phtffip Bryan of Space Sciences (Science Project boa and certificatr
,, Lake. CARW.91.WAX South Dakota 1 tieothei s. Leslie ribbon.Chartene. Pam Underbill. 5lh place Ph")>KtSPi -*.

Mrs Beth Mtllrr and son. Jesse of A\DSU%E APRIL II Kersey of Starke.Earl.Leon and Jimmy Beam,participation certificate ribbon. -
UouMne Ga are Wednesday to FnJU Mrs. Robert Bush and children ofAtlanta Kersey all of Daytona; 4 sisters 4SP1.Dwayne, Mike Whiffm. 4lh pUce Phyusicr
< > guests vt Mr a Mrs J:IL Moo .tll be weekend guests of her There will be a car wash wax and Mrs tees Anderson of Dayton Mrs. Baldwin cab place: 2nd: place. t".S. \a\'y Science auardnn
CTMf aunt. Mrs James Barron.I shine for (10 on April. starting at Bertha Beck and Mr*. Mar jai Shaf Behavioral and Social Sciences: iSPi iSP nbbon and certificate .B
1:30: a m. at the Starke Elementary fer, both of Static and Mrs. Hazel nbbon. B."y'n.. 2nd placeMathrmalics
School. Kersey of FL Myers; and 14 grand Ann Brooke, participation certificate and ("ompuf rrsr:tT.S.
iSPi Army Research award SH> rflJ..i
Benefit of the Cancer Society.f .' children.: .
Funeral service were held Mon, and certificate. : "

Happy a cl Obituary day. April X. at 11 a.m, in the Chapelof
ft Archer-Tanner Funeral Home of
-...C.fLs.to Starker'*ah>Revi-Bui MtdoXoB and .. Local Teacher Team to Participate
'*K:' Rev. Roman Alvarez oOJ tatilC: IntennentwiD I

CEnton Collins $. of Route 3. follow in Dyal Cemetery
St:XL .-l }*. APRIL 15 Starke. died in the Aiachua General under the direction of ArcherTannerFuneral In 6-County Consortium Work Day:*

Hospital Sunday evening. Bora in Home.
Easter Greeting Box S2.6S Brooks County.iCeorga October X Bradford County school teachers materials and educational supp\rs.]

--.. 191*. he lived for Ale i lailrr Slew win be part of a croup of over 1X0 over 60 workshops- dealing with uch
OW' !' many years' moving here to Crystal teachers taking part in an ia-semce topics as "How to M.nag.'your
.: \. r .. -t titi. Lake m December. ..,. Mr. Coons Funeral services for Alexander program to improve their teaching Classroom Without Going Criey."'
'. was aa Army veteran of .....2; Morton K. of Starke were held Mon skills at Palatka High School March "Basic Skills in Math." ''The
: littaaM retired Railroad Engineer from the day. January JZ. at the Cedar Grove 30. Statewide Assessment Testing''Ptogram. -
\\ Jacksonville Terminal Company; Memorial Home Cedar Groin NJ. The benefits of this insemce program ."and"AU Children Can Read"
f member of the Brotherhood of Mr. Morton died January 19 in Cedar wall be felt by 2'._students u Teachers may choose of these
.. s. 1awsseil Locomotive1 Engineers. Dtvuion 209. Grove where be bad been hvmg with the six counties' served by the NorthEast workshops which are of any interest to
Jr"L --" .... and a member of the Jacksonville ha daughter. Florida; Educational Consartitws. them.
Baptist Temple. Born January 22. 192 in Troon. Of these CO workshops 17 mill be
'\\III" Survived by his wife.Zedra Jordan Scotland he bred in the US. for S4 Counties in the consortium besides conducted by faculty members from
Ootbnsi 3 daughters. Lynette CoUms )'UlS.1be past H in Starke. Mr. Morton Bradford are Putnam St ..101III5.f'bglrr. : University of North Florida. Dean
Sto *c Candies. are the r of Jacksonville, UarUae Nettle of was a veteran of the British Army Umon end Baker Andrew Robinson and Ms. Betty Crip--
sorest 1ft quality' : freshness and Starke. and Lisa Colons of Keystone in World War I and a clerk in the real Ttas is the largest and most comprehensive pen from the UNF hare assisted the
I I Heights 2 Steve Codias of estate department of the Prudential iuaernce we
90odnei Choose from ; seas program consortium in arranging these
many Gainesville and Rex Collins of Insurance Company until has reure- have planned. Teachers can choose workshops. Four faculty: members
y MiOftments of delicious can- Keystone Heights; 3 bI'otben..hIJIIItS meal in 1IS7. He was a fife member of workshop m N different areas, so from the University of Florida will
diet especially decorated for A. Ci ices. Cecil' Collins and Witbam the Order of Masons.Mother Kihracvmg there is something foreverjrone."acrordHB also be involved in leading
Easter Collins aU of Jacksonville; 4 sisters Lodge. FAM in Scotland and << to roourtium workshops as will be personnel from
Susie Rambo of Quitman. Ga- Mary one of the founders and
+ Bums of Miami. Melba King of- members of the Starke-Bradford During the imerrice program. and various local agencies..
I --ate: Multi-color Bamboo Madison and Cornne Bnnkley of County Senior CSuxens dub. teachers win learn new methods for The Teacher Education Center',
r s..a
.v' .. Basket $;..95'l Lake City and 2 grandchUdren. predeceased by his ri .Emma be teaching chvcipfaang and relatingto unit of the North East Florida Educational
Funeral services were held al 2:. is survived by a sans Hugh ofPtscataway. students Consortium is coordinating the
pm the DrWitt NJ., two daughters Dr. WOUant Gbsser. naiionalhr iiwevrice day
1 lb. Assorted C. Jones Fuserraldlions Chapel in Mrs. Helm SlaB of Wayne. Pa.. and knows educator and author wits
Chocolates Keystone Heights with Rev. Wilbam Mrs Rita Norberg of Cedar Green defiver the opening address to the LI.JameslhssAssitoWestera'
M. Wolfe officiauag.! Burial followed N J.;a sater.Mrs Cbnstme Logan of teachers Dr. Clatter has stated m DCS Pacific
$3.50 in Keystone Heights Cemetery. Parry Sound. Canada: six grandchildren book. Scads WUhMt Faihwr.Educat Nary Lieutenant James K. Cross.
and one great grandchild." .M must help each cttld son of Ehuabeth D. Cross of Route I.

I develop a positive self concept. When Box 3B. Keystone Heights recently
i, children: fed good about themselves. departed far a deployment in the
.' then they begin to improve Western Pacific
aeadenucaOy.** He is serving as an officer: assigned

i ;;, Make Your Own r Dr. Cbsser wiB be leading a to the destroyer USS Elliot
RMEQQ,81eu workshop on school dbeipfiae f__owing bameported in San Diego and current
; Easter Basket his opemmg address. Each school Seventh ly F a unit of the VJS.
m the six county area served by the
CANDIESMITCHELL'S Be creative! Our sturdy cardboard ;; ; consorbum HI sendusga' team to thin. During! this cnuse.: the Elliot is
; i* -T''_ workshop. Further maerviee scheduled to participate in several
DRUGS punch-out-and-dccoratc-yourself Easter basket is m planned I*hep each school un- tramng! exemses: with other Seventh

easy..fun...and FREE with your Hallmark Easter percent the ideas suggested M the Fleet mats and those ofalbed ut ans..
i ( ['\U6. learns H the dBcpkxie workshop. Port rinds art scheduled in seveal
E Calf SL Startup PL j-=- purchase of $1.00 or more! Other features of the taxi'ike pen Far Eastern countries.

gram include: a display sponsored by A 197 graduate of the University'of
'\ the Flo s aAsansatamaf 0IrriaII South Florida. Tampa, with a
f. 964-781O n 5a'Yins1aadiIC 110 dIff; < 0w1o of textbooks. learning the Lacy in June 13S9.

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I .8 :, ;City Might get $ i!' 1W ..!:;'to '.ewer I4 .C' fit" :"', 'I ;, t !i

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federal I EnvtiWnen&tl l Wotection ewer plant:ptattat .into. 1 syttrent feoade ; r to $6.000 rebate last y
: Creek as .is MM>'.k ,rauah'tM| bta / then year. 1
Agency (EPA) fund : City
to repair leak- Work on-m aw3r ) Merrill Edwards had
big fewer HIM baa been hwiMd to the and un standards bet ,8\1 cfiy loin, a group of
rntt,1rkecity expansion protects w Addiljihefehlorteei ? cities hit: :
councilastep tantamount back in The ; Florida League of
1974. engineeaeeklha M ', ,.'
;I., .1"JciUnal approval. a J Muntclpalues which| are self-insured,
Engineer Jim grants to events.*, I carried it.. keeps the .. e cif.Jo But Cecil .
the Lucas Sfnimacher
?!, of the firm of over S3 of Corporate tt.. ,
anent, million, with the city'.Z per. ..treatmetitabOve state ..Iredn j 1 r. :
",1 1''';( ammock, and RuckmanoT cent matching futon to cometJMome Group Service of Orlando through ..
levels .
ft l 1
Jacksonville reported which Gerald Brown titre insurance
Tuesday night, $775.000. buys city -
>; .i., pr113, to the council that the city can Yet to be By. securing thJWfiPA jWrui- arid using pointed but It would be a few ..... R1
received and
now(tfce next, its bonding pWert. the willevntually
-. lo now for the funds to repair the step, Is some years before the city could expect 'j
'I"| .,i ..fewer system. Lucas suggested, andjwnntt ed to purchase Hand already turn home $775 )W1 into rebate in the self-Insurance program,
for dh iSV. over $3 million bmng. Ve of
:: : council agreed to turn the EPA the effluent, design the ;one that the city would have to build a
...approved sewer its sewer system dwfr"1ntw four.c .
sewer system evaluation rating experience with the
a and complete the existing 0 -4 new group
;',nufipokfknKth report, over to the system. and the self-Insured cities could have
Culmination ix
of all the
projects will In other action the
Tuesday nigh, losses
"! .pommlttee to hold meetings on and to be a SI.t million construction which would prevent rebates. :
:...evaluate. program council: Commissioner Vernon Silcox said if (
which will see lines p-0 I
extended -Renewed the workman's
To date city's; the
some $900,000 has been ap to the outlying cost was the same he'd prefer to ,
proved for the sewer improvement with areas ofitho city compensation insurance policy with do buslne &'with.the local firm, and
a concentration in the
Gerald Brown Starke ata
Insurance of
program over the past five years as area. made the motion to retain the policy t""r r .: ,I
.the city's engineering-firm has work- discounted rate of$46,411per year. with Brown.. (Editor's ,
In Note The
1974 the :
city was prohibited from
Brown said the of
ed ort the EPA grant which will city was Telegraph .
tually connecting any more customer onto the assigned risk plan two years ago, incorrectly ,
amount to over $3 million, In- the sewer system because the plant and the city's Is reported the city's workman's compensation I IJ'
cluding some SSOO.OOO.ln, matching had reached its of experience was carried by George
"? efficiency. good enough to 913,000
funds the city will bei Roberts Insurance.
required to
Roberts and
put ground water infiltrating the rebate from two years' and a 1 /
ago '
up. A pre-application request for the Silcox are brothers-in-law. The
..: ,1(179,000, to repair leaks 4n the sewer Telegraph also '
lines was made by the engineers, Commission the 'city was in the assigned risk
,iin after approval by the council in Hears Company group, which would add I
July an eight percent Klrliuiit| Far inukiT tlurl'oll.ord. pull unr uHlu> alerts out of lh. fr>rral
1978. Approval of the sewer system 0 surcharge onto the workman's the Bradford Count.* Fair I
in evaluation survey would trigger 1 r >:.compensation policy but' that has not ,,' ',
release of the repair funds Lucas Promise ih' been the case for the past two years.) .i'f? < Sweet
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.:t.said last summer and again Tuesday /get Federal,, Grants Decided to meet with county officials Elephant Ears. Eat ,,1 ,
night to determine hI
a policy for city
I' .'J'. ,The EPA sewer improvement program fire trucks to follow in going outside ".iI i i !
began some five years ago with Bradford's County Commission has and his employees could do even better the city limits Attorney George By Loretta JournulJHt GaperOF golden-brown. The result ia an ,4/ i c f
I i. ,,?"I i $15,000 grant for engineering heard spokesmen for one national for the county. Pierce said the city liability coverage Student elephant ear' which Is then dipped in ,
ai-: study A $50,000 grant followed In firm and one local group promise to His list of services was much the is void outside the city unless the city a honey and sugar mixture and
which sewer lines were tested for deliver Federal, State, and other same as ISI'S without the nation-wide Is answering a call for assistance Children added a new sweet to their sprinkled with cinnamon. -
ttn., .fcfk .with a TV camera and with a grant money to the county in the last trimmings."I 0 from another fire department. Pierce diet last week with the coming of the This popular snack sold for 75 cents :
d. ;smoke test. That test provided the iweek-and-a-nalf but stopped short of think we'll be better in tellingyou Said an Inter-departmental agree- Bradford County Fair. at the fair last week. j\
basis for the sewer system evaluation signing contracts with either com what Federal strings are attached ment is needed with the county. The crunchy fried pancake-shaped "This new recipe originated In +
(u11.Ji i i (report. pany.A to each loan and not getting you Into pastry is made by mixing a donut batter Michigan and has been very popular ,
'Some 230 "reaches," a term the marketing consultant from International a loan you end up''not wanting." and yeast and deep-frying this In Northern fairs," said Delores Lor- ,
.,,,?,engineers{ use, were Inspected In the Systems Inc., seli-blitaL Grant said. One commission concern USE Easter Egg Hunt SetAn concoction for a few minutes until It Is dy. concession owner II
'I Devaluation of the sewer system. Of the "biggest grant-writing company'in was that once a loan was requestedand ,
the 230 inspections, 95 were found by the nation", came before the boardat approved the county would be Easter egg hunt Is set Tuesday
rll.Mbe engineers to be. cost-effective: a Tuesday, March 27, special stuck with it and Its consequences."We April beginning at 1:30: p.m. at old
,,11,meaning it will pay to fix the leaks. meeting and .Dave Jacobsen of want to provide this service for RUE school in Reno for all children 1 1'f
,,,;The remaining 135 leaks will be left Gainesville spoke to the commissionat you next year so we're not going to get ages 114. 0
since the amount of leakage stopped their Monday April 2, monthly you a grant you don't need or want" The hunt is being sponsored by the
"."uwould not be worth the cost to fix meeting, both promising to get Bradford The commission had hedged on Community Outreach Center of the I
<|.4hem. some of the Federal grant and ISI's price 919,000 up front and was Suwannee River Economic Council
Engineers said fixing the 95 worst loan loot which commissioners complain even more leery when County Attorney (SREC); which operates the Head LE1.--- .
,leaks will eliminate some 113.000 has eluded the small county In Dudley Hardy reported after Start program at RJE. Children need 'f i
'gallons of extraneous ground water the past. reading the ISI contract that "you'renot not bring anything unless they want to

r-.from entering the system,shutting off Debbie Day, a spokesperson for In going to get your $19,000 back bring a basket to put their eggs in,according
; ia little than third of the (Day had said that if ISI didn't
,lt : more a 300,000 ternational Systems Inc. (ISI), hurried get to Ruby Garris.. local
gallons per day that enters the system in after missing one from any grants BC owed no money), they outreach worker in charge. of the egg The sweet part is that H&R Block will do your
night just keep crediting until
,",iextraneou Atlanta to Jacksonville to hercompan"s you they get hunt 1040A
Short Form
for only $7 50 and thenwell
'Lucas also reported Monday night sales grants worth $l ,000. Jacobeen'sagreement ; ;
...that negotiations are proceeding on board. She threw pitch out statistics to the Bradford showing to not require any money HENDRY'S do any state or local return for even less. i
the purchase: of the old airport properly ISI's success rate in getting in advance brought smiles from the UPHOLSTERY The short part is we'll prepare it with a mini- i j
on US 301 south to be used as a commission and made his group the mum of A and
?. federal, state, regional, and foundation .HOME .AUTO waiting. short Sweet deal from
leading candidate for Bradford'sgrant
,spary field for effluent from the sewer for H&R
grants communities such as Block 'At offices
business. participating
plant. EPA rules prohibit Introducing Bradford but couldn't get the board to MARINE. I
commit to the package without consultation Day promised 1St will deliver
,: Pine Grove Revival with .County Attorney grants for Bradford boasting that"We've .INDUSTRIAL TRUCK SEATING H&R BLOCK : ,
Dudley Hardy got a 90 percent approval rate
... "I'm sorry if you thought different. for our grant applications" Later S.R. :23 S. '/.. Mil. North S.R. 100 THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE 'I
Starts Monday, April 9 1 ly when you came down here but we she added "We're the biggest company Rout I I. Bo* art I
r didn't come to make a decision today of our kind in the nation. (..!<. lufl.r, Fl. 527 S Water St. ,,
? ,U "A revival beginning Monday. April ,.. just to listen to what you had to The company's services would cost, Phone Hwy 100 Starke, Fla.
9, to run through Saturday,April 14, U say and, get some more information Bradford a flat fee of$19,000 per year 496.2083JOHN 964-8286
planned at Pine Grove Congrega- on your company," said Commis- -but only if ISI produced some grant M. HENDRY Optti Tonight' Appom' 'menu I
>. Uonal Methodist Church. sioner Dave Shuford. money bay promised. Owner AV.lalll.'I'
11...;MRev.. Nathan Strickland, pastor of The commission asked a representative "If we get you over $19,000Vorth of
Watertown Congregational Methodist from 1St to come down for a grants In the year you pay $19,000, -
Church In Lake City, will conduct the visit last week after agreeing that, as whether we get you$23,000 or$250,000 .
In grants;" she said ".II :don't A
revival. Shuford we get
Ja. sg.f1fIke'otx. a rI ; said.! ftderlPWoney"we haven't been out getItftS'JbHyJ' of- tonYOII letileaM, ,19.000."GI1' ,we,,eeTund e. ....w.-J.....Alr i 4. : ..

EasterS d y, April 15, beginning at Washington because if you don't have the difference.,.that's our guarantee. 'rd
11 a.m. .After morning worship the somebody up there working for you When asked if municipalities in pI
annual cemetery meeting will be held who knows how to get things done you Bradford would get the grant service I
followed by dinner rounds.Gospel don't get any." as part of the county contract with I
singing is planned for the ISI, Day said towns or cities under .
''afternoon..Everyone! Jacobsen attended the special 5,000 in population (all but Starke in
'" "-.; Is Invited to attend meeting, listening to the ISI package, Bradford) would automatically: get
*"". "Pine Grove Church located two and then came back Monday morningto the service while Starke could: be JOIN US FOR
..miles' north of Florida State.Prison on give his proposal pledging that as served "with written authorizationfrom
... ?ad C-199 in Raiford. a, smaller, closer representative he .this board to serve the city." 0 ,
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m.-if 11'I idqn :: KEPTTOEM FROM, COTIING OFF .

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hundreds of others.Continental toffee and ice cold orange
from scratch
every day just. I ice, breakfast at H dee'f will '
like used to do
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Here we sit doing nothing as foreign countries The rising cost of gasoline Is fueling infla : ,4G;' ;

raise the price of vitally necessary oil tion. With the U.S. going through a seemingly (O! .

supplies in the face of an apparently helpless Intractable problem of inflation combined .:.i.:;..:....'

United States of America, supposedly the with a threat of recession, the problem .:, ;

most powerful country in the world, multiplies. If the government balances the

budget to fight inflation it may precipitate .R

recession; if it increases spending to avert .,
As long as President Jimmy Carter and the recession it stimulates inflation.

U.S. Congress sit with no cogent energy ... JJVto :
policy, or even any competitive strategy the '-... "
13-nation cartel the Organization of Government spending continues at a record 1. .:
Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), is level further fueling inflation. Congress Just --- b-"

free to wheel and deal with impunity. The 13 this week approved a $32 billion hike in the -. .*.>..?.:

nations meeting in Geneva last week agreed to debt level for the U.S. government ..,....:..,"..;

raise the price of crude oil nine percent and -------. -- fIr', ,

agreed to allow any oil exporting country to -.. a. t.........
add a surcharge without a limit Congress has been in session three months .e:.
and has passed virtually no substantial ..'"" .

legislatioon to deal with these complex Ct'J
pro ,. ,,: I
Venezuela, a key U.S.oil supplier increasedthe blems. President Carter has offered voluntary :: I

price of its crude: oil an average of 18 per- wage-price control guidelines to restrain

cent Sunday and said it may soon charge a inflation and voluntary proposals for energy t2t' cM:

premium for "security of supply." The OPEC conservation. Neither seems to be working.:,,

increases which took effect Sunday are expected Congress is holding back on the President's I If
to raise the price of gasoline at the legislative recommendations.Most 1.

pump by two cents. ,...!" : !

disturbing about all these complex pro- ,. '." I

blems is that nobody at any level is certain of 'I" '. ." i '".
While it seems to be clear enough that the what to do. This protracted inaction is most :JfJ' .. }
latest increase in gasoline is being caused by .011. ,} 1 '
disturbing. It's getting to the point where :
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the OPEC oil price increase we still wonder 1. {
some decision-making, even if some mistakesare -'no.ChrtMMn sp.no."aCity r .. .
why gasoline prices at many local stations made would be much more welcome than ." .'tij. "
went up twice two cents each time shortly -::;
continuing to bury our heads in the sand. I
before the oil cartel II
nations met in Geneva.Is I
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There is, we read a strong nationwide r

grass-roots political drive to write Involvement Needed in Industrial SiteThe
a simple Securing I
the price of gasoline being managed by oil "no deficit budget" clause into the U.S. Con-

companies to increase the price of gasoline? stitution to limit federal spending at least. I II I
From ",,'here'e sit it's to tell but or
impossible serve as a warning to Congress.The Qty of Starke should become In other action March 8. the city 6-inches thick and reinforced said !
we have our'suspicions.No involved In securing property for a commission: Recreation Committee Chairman Ted '
new industrial park Commissioner -Accepted the low bid of$6.234 from Oglesby.
times require formidable action. The Harold Epps told the city council at Truest Construction Company of -Unanimously adopted a motion by I
wonder Americans don't take the oil
public needs to be told the truth about the oil its .March meeting. Keystone Heights to build a concrete Epps for an agreement with Florida :
shortage seriously but view it as a ploy by oil "crisis." City representatives should meet basketball court at the Jenkins Center Power 4 Light to participate in a '
companies to raise prices. We are told how with the Bradford County,Development in Reno. The concrete is to be multi-city agreement to purchase

scarce oil supplies are. then we hear our If convinced there is a real oil crisis, the Authority to find out what progress nuclear power directly: from FPL.
has J
been made councilman I
-Allowed several about
government has guaranteed Israel all its oil public would be willing to make sacrifices. Epps told his fellow city commis: utility meter reading complaints to run off its

needs. But John Q. Public is not yet convinced it isn't sioners. Councilman Vernon Silcox County Agent back as water off a duck's back. "If I

just another gigantic rip-off, and he's becom- said he believes all the city fathersare r3 you're close to the Governor, call
Many people on the local level here believe ing inured to that in favor of obtaining another industrial Notebook him too." City Clerk Merrill Edwards i

there will be plenty of oil as soon as the price The Development site. Authority: is looking t 6YBobby customer said who complained.he told' one utility i

rises to the level the oil companies desire, probably Probably John Q. won't complain too muchas for 100 acres somewhere near the : -Instructed city attorney George

around SI per gallon by the end of the long as he's got the dollar to buy the gallonof city, but hasn't found it. Mayor. Taylor Pierce to investigate legal steps i
There current of 10 be Commissioner Joe Warren told the in appointing a city housing 1!
year. are : predictions gas wants. What will it take to wake up necessary
council. All that is needed is the
land Pbae:96442Se, authority,on suggestion(Mayor
4. the
cents a gallon higher by July sleeping giant? Mayor Warren said adding there t is Warren.

federal money available to make the Was read a letter from the Brad- !
.. & ,' .... .. v. ... .. .....'. purchase.Warren said the Coastal Plains "by Bobby L Taylor ... ,, organization ford County Concerned'which-, a1 Citizens a/IeasJyto, the {
I ., ,' ...'. )Phne'ail itaa4b
Regional Commission has money ; operate the gymnasium af the former
available for commercial rehabilitation. Our Bradford County Fair seems to RUE school in Reno, listing a total of
tion. get bigger and better every year. $1,870 in expenses incurred sinced the
city should make application There was a lot of improvement this agency has taken over the gym.- I
Growing Pains Could Be SoftenedApproval for The some of that money. Epps said. year,especially In the livestock area.
city cannot make application The barn was full of outstanding exhibits ,
until the land is secured.Warren said.
that received high ribbons and
"1 don't believe that, but if that'swhat !
praise from judges.
you've been told"Epps replied. The steer and swine shows and

by the Bradford Zoning Board and of Eunice Road contended tnat the plant will sales were the bat ever. There were I

r County Commission to re-zone 4.1 acres of extend some 350 yards back along the dirt more animals in each and prices paidto

farm land north of Lawtey for use as a road which fronts what was "peaceful farm previous exhibitors records.should break all

modular home-mobile home plant site has land." I don't think the final figures are in.
stirred up a veritable "hornet's nest" of LETTERS EDITOTHETOR but early reports indicate that attendance -

residential uproar, admits the Jacksonville The drawn out negotiations over where to this year also broke records. DDADF DBASSMASTERS
proprietor who hopes to locate his business in relocate the Sawyer-Slade Bulk Gas Plant Exhibits in all buildings were good.

Bradford. Admittedly this planned factory after December's gas fire point out another Show Animals and exhibitors in all divisions seemed
i I pleased with interest shown by fairgoers -
construction has already boiled up a goodly case where some rules and regulations, if onlya Should.Be Bears.COts. .
share of meeting-room controversy (see loose framework to work with could have .B Ui HeifersToday I received some favorable comments -

related story) but more importantly it points eased the move. And who's to argue that the is a sad day Monday,April on our strawberry exhibit and
I out the need for comprehensive planning in original site with the gas plant sharing a park 2. 19 9- It's a sad day for every the strawberry auction. I'm hoping their The Bradford Bassmasters held
this be in the future monthly tournament
.I Bradford County-on the local level and by ing lot with Starke's shopping center didn't young'un that fed and sold a steer or can expanded of strawberries heavy March 10, at Orange Lake.Saturday.
barrow the fair last week for
r at todayis harvest
local planners.A.B. present a prime example of poor management the day that the steer and barrow a quality berries is expectedthis Orange seems to be pretty busy this
? show dies.They week. The crop continues' to look year.The lake is up and the grass problem

.Bobenhausen. owner of True-Buys Inc., received the good and good hid we are hoping that prices seems to be lot better.

a modular home outfit which builds sells,and Without making judgement on the isolated everlasting experience of raising or will U-Pick a few fields weeks longer. end When of a weigh-in long time came at found the
are already opening day's we
I trades modular homes with an anticipated argument over the Eunice Road factory one buying the animal, the feeding and up,and most growers will sell berries Harold Branham to be the winner
the and
t gross of Si-million annually, is in this case the can still forumulate two' recommendations to for daily the care competition fitting of showmanship grooming in small or large quantities on their with Donald Spencer placing second.

outsider hoping to move in. If guesses and county listeners: 1) To the governments of with the entire community looking on farm. Contact us. or any of thegrowers Doug Gray landed the largest bass of

hopes by local government fathers aren't off BradfordPlan ahead for inevitable growth and the finaLaale with each receiving if 7 U. your neighbors or thIndbehalf
mends want strawberries for fresh of the Club I would like to
: the mark be won't be the last representative of instead of handling each case as it pops up. the financial rewards through the efforts use. freezing or Jams and Jellies. extend a congratulation to these three -

industry wanting to locate in this growing Perhaps a county-wide planning board of But of for the each business of those community.children that Spring growth has started in our Bassmasters

c county and some grass-roots planning would county and municipal officials and laymen tended to and loved these animals,today grasses, ornamentals and crops. It looks like Harold Branham will
I ., go a I Hog way in oiling the wheels of future with the help of any land-use experts needed is a sad day. Folks are busy with late planting,fertilization be bard to catch during the last foot:,

growth to make tomorrow's influx of industry could help ease Bradford into a stepped-up in- I do> not wish to construe that I am and cultivation of early tournaments he is presently thiS
crops.It's a busy time of year for a lot points leader up through the MarcrCi
against the fair or show. I think the
much less noisy. dustrial age hopefully without bogging downin tournament.
wonderful and fruitful dalwhere of folks and its a personal pleasurefor ts
fair is a
beauracratic paperwork and expense. 2) To the exhibit aDd me to go about and see this kind of 2
: U each industry-versus-rural beauty case is the residents of Bradford or future residents of show the things community that have can happened. activity. Santa The April tourney will be April 14 at:&:::
Fe Lake, starting at 1:30 LID.-
handled independently it's likely a lot of independent our county- Count your. chickens before are happening with a glimpse to the With gardening mention on the go. it's a and ending at 6:30: p.m. 23
different answers will be arrived they're hatched if you plan to settle near future. I fed it helps to review the good time such to tomatoes setting and f :
competitiveness in all of us to do a transplants as I have been "some goods
and US-301. The set
I creating a potpurrie of zoning rulings a precedent Tuesday gives war- -s.

? checker- .rd county with industry quite ning that industry will flank the four lane better I am Job.only sad that the steer and barrow SetcoJy the best plants that are some about the bad"Hampton but mostly Lake boat bad ramp.reports::

, possibly showing its face in all the wrong highway through Bradford before spreading show has to die and turn to strong. stocky vigorous and diseasefree. personally haven't launched my boatS:at':

r places. The case discussed at Monday's commission elsewhere. ; history, -when with a minor change Avoid since the ramp was completed but I V
, meeting serves evidence that handled could do the same good for the disturbing roots when did drive out to look at it SS
transplanting.Where seedlings! are to
''b;, : seperately such. decisions will be most difficult Let's hope this precedent if it is one. is the the children quality and of five our on entire to help swine Improve and be removed from boxes or fiats,block don't The like appearance the. extension is line out although so far Inlb Is:;:

,; first in a series of guidelines county managerswill cattle industry. oat the soil by cutting Into squares. If the lake.According to one bass fisherman -$
formulate and look to in dealing with' ," I win list a few things that every one' individual plant containers< are used. the bottom end of the ramp sits Vat ::
6 This was a case in which the right answer future growth. should think about. moisten before the sod plating and remove' in the
depended!' on which foot the shoe was on. The I fed it false: Some containers; such as the garden.peat appear to be too low wheQ I looked stg
than market to it this
commission reasoned that Chairman Maxie At the least the Eunice Road To pay more price inserted into the SOil. past weekend. ss
r as very rezoning. animal to feed. I talkect
get an 'Ino.l:1d: to Mr. E.W. Hodges
try <-Carter; said .it US-301 isn't for commercial is an example of how painful county growth*; To castrate or emasculate an when conditions are (county commissioner) about the?::?
;, fuse I don't know what is." while the residents can be without prior planning. animal that has.the potential to makea bes&-e in Gn after a rain when dandy angle of the drop-off. He said that-::
.' or the late afternoon. Protect they (
county commissioners) had 9
i a Economy to overfeed an animalFor plants M days after transplanting.with launched the county boat with no
;t the child to sell and not the something like *pal tm ton. hlem.
r aaiJDaL bush or board. I would like to say this... If anyone 2::
When the into
the sal
,f( .. ..rr .. For the future good"of the show todie do setting plant uses the ramp Just be careful to not
not the soil too
.; and pass on to history.I compress tightly get your back car-truck tires too firS '

r, e pRI4D4 .aADFOlto. Co trhT :"f".'*'.. :
t t very dangerous.
$I rs7 pS
:,' I fed the steers and barrows should the roots. After the transplantingwater Any way you look at it the boats
'ii t't'V "If. .e nn 11 1., be changed! to boars and gilts and has dried a bit cover the wet. ramp beats what we bad before. p
t with soil to reduce
... bulls I and heifers. The youth would : dry evapora- I understand Randall McGee landed -]
r lO'C .t reap the same benefits and the better- some fine bass in Sampson Lake.]
.j G r animals: could be available to go back solo-an ODe was a nine LiVUUUW Leroy
'J&i; ; .. ; ''7'011' BOB G. fEA SJOHN M. MILLERlJ u to the farms and the community aDd : Jackson: and his father,, William* if.
i'! '' ...1" IVbfahersPUNbrfied + the entire iodmsUy would reap the start Special starter sokdl'nor may Jackson have also landed some nk

i J. Bade Ttondav and emtntl as second tins t Mmar M ...t fas Otic) r Start. *to. wwter >::. benefits of Improvement he years to, be purchased or one CM be made by. bass la Sampson, ,
.. -.-.. -. -. i87a.! *' j d&ssoJving 1-3 teblespoeBS of sds or1610ia
If: /4CtfI ,.. t. O.I comeu: .
j'! ", I make. small fertilizer ,m MM &aDaD' of .
SUxavtonMWMMtaarwtTpcrvvariMvxinaniht l ,. J This ts why contriboban -
'" ; a ,
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v Pour 1.12 of the solution into
.: .... aasdenadradv. Mwv arM SOamnvnchs. J' t to all exhibitors Instead<(Just water. pint -' .1, '. Bass Wishes.
; 4* n..W-96UX6 Swr\.. Ra. the Steer! ad Barrow Show. the transplant bole as the plant Is
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R Thanks set; then cover the moist ..triUa dry Nellr
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I Hampton Marshal Dismissed ]For Too Little FinesDissatisfied ',,p "iti i

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with the small amountof present at: tbs 'meeting. Councilwoman been presented to the'&unoil In Wade has been a truck driver since t
WfaffiC fineS coming into the city, Lola'Wfllbmson was. 'alsounable February' >> and March ..,j 1977, when he reetgmd M chief of ,
thtt:.JMOpton Qty Council PoUfc to.......but told the commIt Varnum countered the sycuaattengof police In White SpringtTAfter: his 1978 I
Cofttafttee Monday April 2, dfemiM- tee she backed its actions 100 per .ImptoSM'by pointing o1 I the ottjjresidents stint as Hampton marshal. Wade
ed MMMul I Steve Varnum and swore cent. kriew whenTbe was at afi worked for the Waldo Police Depart.
In a __tone man who served as Wade's salary. will be Increased times, and In Monday's meeting, etentAisodiscussedwastheppsatbthtyof
Hampten marshal four years ago. from $800 per month to MOO per committee ..member agreed that
Risk: Wade, a Hampton marshal month but Council Chairman Ted Wade'a Keystone! reelderke should apart-time deputy and Florida State
197$. was sworn In by City Clerk Iris Curtis, also present at the meetingsaid solve that ptroblem. Prison employee Steve Turner expressed -
Hart. after police committee an Increase In fines and Committee members agreed to Interest In the Job at the
members. Wilma McDaniel Wilton forfeitures revenue would make up allow Wade,to keep the patrol car at meeting. Turner has not been cer ,,
Hart and Charles Rowland decided a the difference his home, dicreasing chances of vandalism tified, but Wade said certificationshouldn't 4
change was needed in the special call Varnum had been under fire from of then parked car In Hampton be a problem, if the city ,4 {
ed meeting. Varnum, who was hired council members for the past two and allowing wade emergency use or pays for schooling at Gainesville's
when elected marshal Dave Huber months, with Councilwomen the car. Previously, the council had Police Academy.Wade said a letter to j
resigned three weeks after his McDaniel and Williamson dismayed ruled the pa trol car should stay within the school from himself and the city of
September, 1978, election, was not over the fact that no police report had the city 11m .:Ia.I Hampton was needed beforehand. .

I B-U Clinic and Mother Agency Discuss IssuesWith

the federal lawsuit of fired In a critical 10-page( report In which will 'work' with committees of violation of federal nepotism
psychologist Joseph Vey hangingover January, the District HI Board rec- from NFC and District III in Ironing statutes. Board member John Shaw, !
their heads Bradford-Union comended several changes to the out any discrepancies in the B-U whose wife Is employed by the clinic,
Guidance Clinic board members clinic. The clinic agreed readily to clinic's contract agreement and resigned Boar to appease the 1
quietly established 'a little goodwill' cooperate with District III and NFC policy procedure, District III
between the clinic and North Central and the April 2 meeting went without Most proqiinent among areas of B-U Clinic representatives feel, !
Florida Community Mental Health Incident, as cooperative discussion discussion vrere NFC requests that however, that the board membership
CenterNCF) In a special- meeting followed B-U board member Richard the B-U Clir ic maintain a represen- of Shaw did not violate the federal
AprU 2 in Gainesville.The Welty's presentation of a letter ad- tative boar of directors, work to statute, since Shaw was appointed to ,
B-U clinic la under contract to dressing the charges made by meet state and federal guidelines, the board after his wife was hired. ,
NCF,and charges of not having clear- District HI and avoid i.ltuatlons; that "attract Shaw wielded no influence in the hiring -
cut policies have been leveled at the Welty Is joined by fellow board adverse pub: icity." of his wife, according to clinic
clinic by the District HI Mental members Rick Daniels and Sam One Issue( that attracted adverse representatives.
Health Board in Gainesville Johns as part of a special committee publicity wa i a charge by District IIIFROMSbWSTO In addressing other Issues Welty
pointed out that 40 per cent of the
I board's members represented .
minority groups (aged black, 4 o'w
female, and disabled), and that no -n "
conflict of Interest exists within the

AFEEt. board.Welty also said the B-U Clinic
adopted formally by board action on
June 8, 1977, the personnel policies of
Those personnel policies are the JU r ,
basis for vey's lawsuit,'and the clinic "
has hired Jacksonville Attorney
Charles C. Howell HI to represent the I
W..:clinic in the case. All ym were focused on the racers, at the starting gate, above and further :
'I'I The facts surrounding Vey's down the Iratk.:
ALL lawsuit-follows: '.J

A $1 million lawsuit has been filed Races ::
CubScoutPacOff to
against the Bradford-Union Guidance .'
Clinic, the District HI Mental Health -
Board and clinic director Dr. William No that wasn't Mario Andretti get- speed division were County Commissioner
Lennon in U.S.District Court (Middle ting his car ready last Thursday nightat Hazel Paulk and Scoutmaster
District) In Jacksonville by former the First Presbyterian Church; it Don Hardenbrook.
.. b: r BOARS TO PIGLETS Clinic employee Dr. Joseph Vey. was one of the Cub Scouts of Pack 73 Gene Murphy was a double winnerwhen :.
The suit,filed by Vey's attorney preparing their five ounce wooden he took the ribbon for Most
AND FEEDERS Rodney W. Smith of Gainesville asks machines for the Pine Wood Derby. Psychedelic, while Tommy Jones'en- !-
I / GOLD KIST MAKES actual,general, punitive and compen- The scouts went to the races Thursday try was judged Wierdest. Corey Pat
r damages of$200,000 for each of terson looked ahead with his Most
satory March 22, with Ricky Smith takIng -
'J''! QUAL'TFEED) ; FOR five counts including attorney's fees top honors In the speed categoryand Futuristic entry and Robert Boone '
1. / YOUR EVERY MEED.If and court costs. The suit also asks for seven other scouts winning rib- was Most Original. j i
/ ; immediate reinstatement of Vey to bons for categories ranging from Prettiest machine belonged to I
:; i If you raise ho) talk to Gold. permanent status as a clinic Most Psychedelic to Wierdest. Chuck Smith, and the Funniest racer: I
',: Kist about feed and feeding employee or In the alternative he be All entries were made by the was designed by Shaun Schmidt.
'::1 __ your Welmake! reinstated with all benefits until such scouts, and If the end results are an Judges for the design competition ,.
programs. quality feep f time as a due process hearing Is given indication, there are some wild-im were Mrs. Paulk, Hardenbrook and
.: For every stage or cycle in your aginations being bred In Bradford Dirk Schmidt :
p pigs' lives.To help your animals him.Vey was employed as a County. There was only one wipeout in the I
.! breed, get sta ted on feed, or goy pyschologist at the clinic from October Behind Ricky Smith in the speed racing event when Ron Brown's entry
1974 to June 20 1978 when he suffered front
wheel blowout
competition.Silver medal winner was a in
rt' to market fees help you with was terminated by clinic executive Eric Lane, and Bronze Medal winner the second race. Fortunately the only
-. is.- 7 complete concentrates, director Dr. William Lennon. was Gene Murphy. Judges for the injury sustained was a bruised ego. ,
'w k ire medications, vitamins, minerals. The first count of the suit contends ,
received annual evaluation
Vey an
,, rating as an outstanding or above /
0 4f y- ,1Q9 y ,.w And our! feed.,specialists l ( aret,',: ,;>;X ry \" satisfactory employee and was entitled Early 1980 Completion Date i
i r trained and ex periencedmth 'r nw;r! to and expected continued employ
best to put Individual ment with the clinic. Count one con- if
ways your
r- > d '",l v ; program! together. So give your members tinues on were May given 11 and the 23 opportunityto 1978 staff Set For Hampton Water System yj Jt

v, a operation a consistent, state their respective concerns
I well-planned hog care and regarding conditions at the clinic and Hampton residents will be drinking storage building:, installation ol a new
'hf after Vey made statements to Lennon water from a new $258,400 water'" and individual water
; jV. feeding progr m. Call or by pump motor.
I n ; go -
;;2 t1 ., ,? your Farmers Mutual Exchange regarding morale the problem working he conditions was notified anda system consulting by early 19KO if plans announced heading meters and the renovation ol pipes
by engineer and hook-ups
1 andtalktoyo r May 30 he would be terminated effective <<- the project proceed on schedule it I Kelly' said if construe!Ion period of
j Gold Kist Feed"! June 10. was announced at the regular Hampton eight to nine months Ix projected.! und
The suit clamis Vey was terminatedas will Uhi-d until r
specialist. n City Council meeting Tuesday the current system he
/ / Wj a result of exercising his First March 13.Jerome. final completion of the new system.
helpyouprodtce: Amendment rights of free speech and & Parcel
a Kelly Sverdrup Council members agreed to 1 more pork and In Violation of rights under the First engineer and project coordinator told notice lo users before sw itching to the
profits and Fourteenth Amendments.Count city council members plans and contract new SNStem. I .
: f fatter: : two of the suit states Vey was documents have been drawn up t.', '
+ :...., .". i terminated prior'to being given any and would be presented to the councilat Interim financing Is required b>'the
hearing an express Violation of pro- the April meeting. Kelly also said city for contractor's fee during the
cedural rights under the rules and bids for construction should be takenat construction period with KmllA
I II I regulations of the clinic and the the May 8 meeting. repaying the total upon completion.
District HI board. Farmer's Home Administration City Attorney James It. 'Reggie
: Count three states the terminationwas 1FmIiAofficially> approved a Flynn told Kelly local 1 bank had 4
i1c:14 :' : the result of a conspiracy among $167.100 grant and a $!>l.ioo: loan to the refused loan I the city the necessary i.
the defendants and has caused the city for the minimum water system funds. and suggested that "'mllIn.
IJ I plantiff to suffer emotionally and which was voted in over two larger terim financing may he the only alter
financially, and has been so more expensive systems in a June native. .
to not 1978 referendum. The system can
stigmatized in his profession as
to 133 and"Jo'mllA requires said Jo"mll\ doesn't like to
it. serve up users Kelly
3 be Counts at liberty four to and pursue five allege Vey was at least 120 users guaranteed handle interim financing hut had I
FARMERS MUTUAL EXCHANGE not terminated for proper cause, but when the project is complete. done it In the past The engineer xuggesled i
h. I Itl for meeting with other staff membersto City ,Clerk Iris Hart said only 114 Flynn mail all rejection slips "
1 various work related users are on the current system. but to fo'mHhut first exhaust all area r
2226 N. Temple Ave. discuss
Kelly said (hat number would probably lending institutions mcludmKthoseinGainesville
effort to improve
Starke in
PH: 964 787J grievances an !
-t terms and conditions of employment. satisfy Jo"mHA needs. before applying to
..... The new system, required by state "'0111'\. .
Department of Environmental Council member unanimously I :
Regulation statutes and inthe, planning agreed to apply for all necessary permits 'i:..
stages(for o\'er.a year,will Include needed before the project can be I
construction of a new water tank and startedAXXUIL .

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New $310,000; Grant ) + !

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Almost Certain for CityStarke' .
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plans of complete Beside $150.000 for housing _
rehabilitation of the northeast area of rehabilitation, funds in the first year F
town received a boost recently when application are earmarked for public
the office of Rep. Don Fuqua, works ($95.000 for completion of _
D.-Altha, informed the city of tentative street work unfinished in the current __ _
approval of a $310,000 US. program and new projects as well),
Department of Housing and Urban renovation of Jenkins Center recreation
Development grant to be used in the center ($19,000), removal of
first year of a three-year program.The delapidated structure and enforcement -
Fuqua letter of invitation virtually of city health and housing codes
assures the city of acceptance ($20,000)), and administrative costs of r
according to HUD officials, and a full 30000.
application must be submitted by In the following two years of the Memberrof the Bradford Middle School Bind are (l-rh Gay.Alan Holtxendorf. Faith Roberts Carmella Coburn. ',
May 1$.The$310,000 asked for covers towards program rehabilitation if accepted $54O of OOO 93 will more go First row-Shawn hart Lori McKInney Angela Eppa,George LeVa ser Kim Third row- Kenny Perry. Leann Flynn, Curtis Griffin, Genie Rising Randy
the first year In a three-year program Lawson Christine Black Sellna Caisel, Teresa Bauldree. An. Wallace. Crawford.Mlke Waters Kevin Sheets Bobby Frampton Gerald Petteway,
homes in the Reno and, in the
and is not connected with two area, -'/ .
for Second row- Roger Dobbs, Patty Sherwin Krlily Johns.Jeff Powell. Arthur Timmy Aldrldge, Jimmy Bell. '
third will be used
other current grants In use,a $300,000 land year $120,000 and for Johnson.Billy Tlson. Mike Christmas Jimmy Joyner Darla Roberta Levance Back rowTom Pierce. D J. Rlddlck, John Rlggs, David Simpson.
HUD grant and an EPA sewer grant acquisition development I
25 homesites to be built by a private )
The city is currently using a contractor.: Middle School Band Wins Straight Superiors !
$300.000 HUD Community Develop- Day said when the third year of the ;
ment Block Grant CDBG) in the applied-for program is completed, '-' ...
Reno section, and work on streets, probably around 1984 every sub "We made history I exclaimed an should'perform much morn difficult director at Forest High School in sound and the great amount of musi-
sewers, housing and recreational standard house in the Reno area excited Kenny Perry Immediatelyafter music. Jacksonville and Terry Small, professor cianship that they displayed.
facilities is moving along on schedule should be rehabilitated. She added straight superior ratings were It took hard work but the ISMS band of clarinet: and music theory at Although this is definitely the high
according to grant coordinator Linda this could be accomplished only with announced for the Bradford Middle performed "Storm King March" by the University of Florida.All point, the year for the BMS band Is
Day. cooperation from residents since 47 School Advanced Band at Florida Findlayson. "Brigadier OvMture"by three judges were very complimentary not over. On April 27 the band will
The new grant will be aimed of the 130 proposed renovations 1 were Bandmasters .Association Band Con- Bowles, a Grade 3 piece, and"Feativo" of the band especially travel to Sea World In Orlando to present
primarily at individual housing self-help programs where federal test last Saturday March 30. by Vaclav Nlybel, a commenting on their very mature a half-hour concert. .
rehabilitation, with 37 homes ear funds pay for materials and resident.scomplete The BMS band earned superior Grade 4 piece, and performed them 3...
marked for renovation In the city's: the work themselves. ratings In the past but this Is the first beautifully.The .
pre-application which was approvedwith Starke was one of 11 cities in Fu year that they made superior in con- Walk for Dimes Set SaturdayThe I
the Fuqua letter of Invitation. qua's district invited to submit final cert and superior in sight-reading In BMS band makes the annual
What the letter invited the city to do applications, while nine others in- the history of the Middle School. trip to Gainesville to perform onstage J I
was submit a full formal applicationby cluding Lake Butler were turned "We took a big chance this year" for three judges and then move to annual March of Dimes WalkAThon Walkers are asked to meet at tfte' :
May IS of this year at which time down. said Michael Wood/in, band director. another room to sight-read for a Is on tap this Saturday April courthouse at 8:30 a.m. Saturday for
HUD would make a final decision on The smooth handling of federal "We are supposed to play two piecesno fourth Judge. The three concert 7, starting from the Bradford County Pre-Walk Registration. ? r
approval of the application.HUD funds in the past is one of the major less than a Grade 2, but I decided judges were Bard Donaldson retired courthouse on North Temple Avenue, If it rains this Saturday, date of toe
officials said a final application factors HUD relies on In deciding that with the high quality of the high band director at Gainesville High according: to George Loper,chairman Walk-A-Thon will be April 14 or Aril:
was rarely turned down after the qualified applicants. A time table of school band, the middle school: band School; Winifred Franklin, band of the event. 24. iPGiwr f Ir
pre-application had been accepted.: 13-14 months is given on most pro
HUD said that Starke's short term jects according to Day, and the cur- j f
experience with CDBG small cities rent HUD grant should be completedby :
programs had not given the agency July after a starting date of
sufficient time to assess the city's November 1978.
performance and applications for Should the three-year $1.14 million '
funding of the last two years of the project be totally accepted: : in the :::! 'ffittiffijf HEW&Wm
three year program were turned future it would mean a total of$4.44 *
down. million in federal monies for Starke FIGHTER CERTIFICATES
Day said she was disappointed the over the past several years. 19
entire program totaling $1,140,000 The city is currently using a long- .iiESifcE ii$ cj : pp IL 1 r cATEB !
was not accepted but was pleasedthat term Environmental Protection ynMAY 6 S9T
HUD had shown confidence: in the Agency sewer improvement grant P lriRfet'liEf' : ; : -; ; : ; ..- INFLf
city with pre-acceptance of the first that could total over $3 million at : ; BeL
year request. completion.:
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GIRL SCOUTS Youth Revival Set Friday, Saturday At. Mad. BaptistA

VII'GIr1 Scout Sunday, March revival team from Stetson day nunhag the youth will go to OeM If'OUII made youth from discs ffcxp- ;
Q Girl Scout Coundl Board 111 Youth Deland,will leading In Head State Park for a hike and blind Madiawt niBap \ '
presented a plaque to the or a Chum I at Madison Street fellowship. list :: the cfcwcbea' TWRhChoir.
berg and ml*laters of First Baptist 900 W. Madison Special music will bed by a The youth of tlw ctwfcflKtendt **- .
MIthoIHat Ouch The Street. Baytess a warm wetoorae to D to
Mds "Girl Scouts Appreclaie plaque and Service will be Friday and r Satur youthBaptist Church, a musical Join In en this Youth RevivalCITIZENS
day. April at 7:30 and Cun-
ledge Your S i part." This p.m.
has provided scout with day Services will be at 11 am and

eeting'neal places for, Zk support and enScouts..Your booth at the County Ksir 7:30:The p.m.team preacher will be Levant. II. ImlN
Ai |In Starke do feel years. We as received third place in the vouth divi Sanders Jacksonville,Music Dlrec- :
Ji his and we appreciate grateful the for sion.One day soon we hope to display tor Shaun Baggott of Long Beach,MS. t I.
.. Board acknowledging the Council all our past awards In a permanent and Youth Fellowship Leader Is San- HRS Hearing Aid Advisory CtnifleUwill
church place. Thanks to Pat for dy Bolton of be held in e.( I
membership. Thanks again to all Welty helpIng Key West Fla.On Satur- The Food Stamp program has Tampa April I
fchurches and schools that set up this year's booth. "T flfl become a national Issue. Seeminglythe .
provide Our last meeting of the law, enacted In 1977. Instead of EntertatameftttLibrarian .
Browne: troops received financial Neighborhood Association was at the helping the poor and the elderly, Dan Smith Starke Public
support from two this Western Steer. Every troop was CARD OF TIIANKS backfired! '.ed us of his success t In
month. Thanks to sponsors Starke past represented,which may be a first We Answers to letters sent to Congressman Library movie from the State }
Womans t
Club and Junior Womans hope everyone Is working on their The family of David L. Newham Don Fuqua, Senator Library. "Keep America Singing." .
appreciate interest Club. We Q.S.P. drive. We did well with this Levant Sanders would like to thank each and everyone Lawton Chiles and Stone This film will be shown to the public,
Brownies do not your have making Since last year. I know we can do better this YouthRevRaiLeader for the Prayers, Flowers Food and brought these replies. All of them especially Senior Citizens,on April la '
projects,they depend money year. the encouragement you have given us recognize that we have legitimate at 10 a.m. Show your appreciation to
on for
extra help. sponsors T T' T..p the past two weeks following David's "beet" which causes great hardship Dan and his co-workers by a good fur '
Congratulations to Bradford Girl Have a nice Spring vacation, totalization. to the people that this law was designed flout .
scouts. NOTE THANKS The prayers of everyone have lifted to help.A It was real good to see and meet so
our spirita and carried us through. new bill is in the hopper In many old friends at the Fair. That's J
'M.. = AJi Spica ,.1 i The Bradford County Timber Our appreciation is beyond words. Washington D.C. to correct this another "benefit" we don't'count on,
Wolves C.B. Club wishes to thank At this time we request no visitors "grave error", as Chiles Fuqua and but to us it means so much,as we can
E y'' ) v each and everyone from the bottom of for David. He is allowed to receive Stone describe: it, before May 19,1S79. not get around t
13Bt i our hearts for the donations from all cards and flowers and they are Much credit shou d be given to Bill
II';. .IIri71 U the merchants, store keepers, to all valued. Hearing : Wilson, president of the Starke
Clarence Darrow. the famed lawyer, went to law school the ladles who baked cakes and Do you have a hearing aid that Chamber of Commerce. Bill is an Indefatigable
97 for only one ytsr. He finished his education on his own. cookies and donated coffee: for our The Family of David L.Newham are not satisfied with,or Is giving you worker and, to us, the
Coffee Break, to help little David In- trouble? If so,yours truly is Consumers Senior Citizens, Bill Is "aces." He Is
your .
man and his mother. May God Bless r If. 1 Till
Representative on the Health never too tired to go out and give a
GORDON DASHER ymall. v"'\> Rehabilitation Services Hearing Aid hand In getting necessary equipment. !
Totaimoney raised: $615.00. ', St. Marks Church Advisory Council for the State of Also for our meetings he helps with i
m FLOP DA FARM BUREAU INSURANCE .r'. be'r Schedule for April through 11: Florida. advice and promotes the cause of the ;1
TheBradtordCountyTI '
I need Call Senior Citizen. ,
I Wolves .B.Club Sunday 8:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist, your co-operation. or
1' Life .Auto :. 0:45: : a.m.Church School,ii a.m.ldor write me about your hearing aid pro- ,
sstsltatssssa ning Prayer, 6:30 p.m. E.Y.C. & Sup blems. Only by being fully Informedcan. Reminder:
.I truthfully and sincerely represent Next meeting la April 10 at the annual
f. Fire Homeowners : per.Monday 7 p.m. Youth Choir Practice you,the people,with hearing aid luncheon, Holiday Inn. We will t
I Brussels sprout are a good 7:30 Adult Choir Practice. difficulties.: Write me at: Joe Ker- assemble at 10:30, register, Grace
2252 N. Temple Ave. 964-6369 Starke 32091 source of vitamin A and C. Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Vestry Meeting. rigan, P.O.Box 3, Keystone Heights, will be offered In the lobby and we will I'
Fla. 32656, phone 9044734310. All information proceed to eat at 11:30. Good fortune.
given to me will be strictly and healthy appetite. ,
.confidential. The next meeting of the Joe Kerrigan

11.-- SCOUTNEWSCub 1111J1l1m'" ; I

L .r a a Scouts Jackson, Darlan Pegues, Jessie Sim-
l Pack 673 Completes Successful mons, Kevin Sweat and David Whit- :

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tie.Dewey Williams David Duffy and

When Cub Pack 673 closed Its booth Roger Rowe received their Wolf
0 at the Bradford County Fair March Badges,and Michael B.West,Jr.had
E 31, it marked the completion of three earned his Bear rank.Those boys who .
months of busy activity. had reached age 10 became Webeloe.
This pack Includes 34 boys In three Many activities are planned for the ;
L 411i coming months-a trip to Holiday On "J
1 1 dens and a Webelos under the leader-
SUPERMARKETS shin of Mike West Cub Master; Faye Ice a field trip/family outing to Cecil .
Williams.. Carolyn West, Miriam Field,Naval Air Station a booth at .r 1'
Roblda, Den Mothers; Donnie Burch, Scout World In Jacksonville, and a
, Webelos Leader. Sports and Games Day in the sum
The boys have worked hard and mer.Numerous
made good advancements.Those who people and groups in the
have received their Bobcat Awardare community have given valuable support j
: Bret Bement, Andy Frey, John and encouragement to Pack 673.
BONELESS BOTTOM LOTS OFCHICKE h Stanwlx-Hay, Johnny Jackson, Jr., The boys and their leaders express
Shawn Thorpe Richard Kricherd their sincere gratitude for the gifts.A
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ROUNDROAST + Reginald Leverson. Mark Marshall Sunday School Class of the United[
Edwin Nettles,Darin Patterson,Ran- Methodist Church for their donation
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|'uKrin\' TEI.EORAPH Apr. S. 1979

1 .a Tornado "D", Near-Perfect: As BUS Beats Rams : I

Practice make perfect, .?:. In EasUlde's last bat Ibo.Kenny the8st grassland'or BHi 410 foot Northrup scoring on a Ram bobble
Well, almost perfect en Clark ranged behind second base to left field and came up wttfa triple.. after reaching when his long driv+ !fc.
ford High's baseball team.pen run down a base hit and turn It Into an Nortlirup and Allen got' other center was dropped.
open week to get back to out. And left fielder Bill Good e two hits. Both Eastside: runs came In the
the basics and then came back :J4t j- went far into the gap for a flyout by Four of the Tornado runs came in fourth on two base hits and a putoutThe
day afternoon in Starke: with a liter- the next batter. the third Inning. Norman's bad-
perfect defensive game in 1 This was by far our beat defensive bounce single scored Reddish and Tornadoes visit Santa Pe Friday
Gainesville Eastside. The E game we really had a lot of good Sparks, who had walked to break a night,April 8, for a 7:30 game and
'.... defense which had as many hi plays."said BHS coach Mike Hartley 0-0 tie. Allen then stroked his safety host Baker County Monday, April at
}...-: fish net before the Idle week wgjk&e after the win put Bradford's ledger at past the shortstop to plate Norman the same time. BUS topped SF ll-1 it t'
'oy- ... key to the victory-BRS committedlust 7..and dropped Eastside to 5-10, "We and Kilby who reached on a fielder's Starke earlier and out-hit the
one error and filled the da 'withig not only made the routine plays we choice. Wildcats .from Macclenny 104 ,oir.,
plays behind winning pitcher haven't been making but we made the BHS added a score In the fifth with March 23. .
Scott Allen tough plays.
In the second catcher Keith Nor Allen was as much a friend to his
thrup went to the backstop to handle a defensive mates as they were to him. ..Ulll1 Norman Heads
pop-up.,. An inning later Allen helped The tall freshman carded his fifth win
himself by picking a leadoff runner against one loss by allowing lust five I '
.,Q ; off first base... In the fourth third hits and walking ust one batter. His "
--== ,,, strikeout total below BHS Baseball
\ baseman Dinky Kllby scooped a two was his Buddy
: short-hopper and gunned a strike to average whiff count 'but with the ,A i" ','
I ... ...'.,1''_1I ;" '0,;li first sacker Douge Reddish for a defense solid it didn't matter. : ':'.
t ground out.. then Reddish flattened Bradford's offensive show wasn't Collings.. ,, "r;
-- out fully extended to make a catch nearly as spectacular, including only Statistics
ir. ThataWay'BUS and putout... In the Ram fifth Tor- four hits. Center fielder Jeffery Nor .4 .'
I baseball cwKfc :Mil Hartley hardly ned to point out the plate to senior nado right fielder David Sparks man continued to headline the plate- 1Telegraph I
third lusenaa Dinky IW' Kirby scored one of Bradford's five run as the Tornadoes speared a line drive over shoulder work with two hits In three trips. Nor
topovd lUinnvUW Eastaidr$.2 :Monday in Starke. after back-pedaling some 25 yards... man again ripped a 380 foot shot Into Sports Editor ':

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Scorches Field Whether you take a quick glance or do a lengthy study at BHS' baseball,.
Prep Strawberry Golf ; 11. statistics the batting antics of center fielder Jeffery Norman stand out. TM.i:
I .senior quarterback-diamond man leads the Tornadoes in six offensive categoriesafter
r Monday's win over Gainesville Eastside and is fast making himself a print) i
Richard Gaines Top Local Finisher With Fourth candidate for the college baseball scholarship he wants S" =fNorman's
I 22 hits and .524 batting average not only lead Bradford but surelk ;:;
While Tom Watson was making a There was three other divisions for Jim AM...., O.M. C.v. HIf0 are high if not on top of a North Florida batting list (or a Florida batting list toctfg
i I: mockery of last weekend's pro golf the near-capacity field of 119 golfers. .1141n.1n... *#. W_.,.Ot..l... ,.HI. that matter). He also leads the club in RBI's with 17, in doubles with four,triples;jr.."'
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slop Palatka High Senior BIlly Tuten The first First Flight champion ((5-8 4 M with one low strikeout ratio with lust four whiffs in 42 at bats-one every lO.&at A.
was having just as easy a time romp- handicap) was 15 year old Charles bats and Is tied with Doug Reddish for the home run lead with one roundtrippetigj
ing to victory in the 13th annual Raulerson of Orange Park with a one- First Flight And Jeffery's doing just fine In the field too-his one error to date is the least by. :%
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Strawberry Invitational Golf Tournament under 143. Don Cochran won DnM",. Si...4. Oc.I.l \\tr f '! "P any regular player. *: &; '
at Starke Golf and Country cond Flight (9-12) with a 156. The ....., ...-, P..IMk.. I4t Catcher Keith Northrup is the 'only other Tornado regular with a battlftgaverage ,-:
Club. Third Flight winner was Starke's hefty enough to brag about. He's hitting .389 on 14 hits, second on the':
Tuten blitzed to a 10 under par A.B. Howard with a net 136. squad. Northrup also ranks with infielders Kenny Clark and Dinky Kilby as the4op
69-65-134 to win the championshipflight There was a four way tie at the end ton c....'.. Second Flight IM base on balls men-each drawing nine free passes in 13 games.
top prize-a set of irons-by eight of 18 holes in the second flight with 1,...Simmon.., ...... IS. Kilby leads the team with six stolen bases.
strokes in the Saturday-Sunday tour Starke's Steve Simmons winning on John WMMII, .t.... lu the two 'young uns' who have done the bulk of Bradford's pitching have
nament. Jim Arnold of Green Cove the first hole of a sudden-death tell ..,.... '........111./ III fashioned impressive worksheets.
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Springs came in at two-under 142 for playoff. A three way deadlock for second Ornf Freshman Scott Allen l is 5-1 with a 1.64 earned run average and a team-high 45
second with defending champ Berger in the last flight was broken with Third Flight 1_......) strikeouts in 42 and two-thirds innings of work. Soph Clark has an even lower
Warner of Ocala In at one-under 143 Mack Murray winning the tie ERA-1.15. That and his low walk ratio-just 13 In 30 and one-third innings have
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for third Starke's Richard Gaines, a breaker. A_'.k H Mur.v r4. ,, Or! .*.l Co.. IM IM: made Kenny a better pitcher than his 2-2 record shows.
junior at BItS carded a 73-72-145 on the par 72 course to head the local list ally Tut., P........ 114 .(mHh IM ;,t ing up 5.8 (a 22-4 loss to Gainesville High makes that statistic lie more than a bit)..:
and finish fourth in the championship stealing 2.1 bases per outing giving up 3.06' earned runs a game and' fielding 84
flight for 0-4 handicappers. Tornado Golfers Still WinlessBradford percent of their chances. <
S(i&('(' Pro Herb Herres said A list of the Tornado leaders in each statistical category follows; /
Tutfn's score was probably a tourna- High's golf team lost two 0-11 record for the season.
IlWIlI record. matches in the last week to fall to a The Tornadoes hosted Palatka and Batting Average-Jeffery Norman .524,Keith Northrup .389, Dwayne Me Bride, !.
Crescent City at Starke, Golf and .373 Kevin Tillman ..267.f
Country Club Tuesday April 4, taking RBI's-Norman 17, Doug Reddish Scott Allen and Kenny Clark four; Bill'
last place with a score of ,179 as Goodge and Northrup four. ;':; 't-?
'" Palatka posted a 156 and Crescent City Runs scored-Dinky Kilby eight Northrup eight Norman' seven Randy;
finished with 173. Parado six. :' *"
Palatka's Billy Tuten finished low walkl-Northrup.bclark. and Kilby'nine, Norman and Parado seven. :"
scorer of the day with a three-under. n Clark and Northrup four. '. < "".

25,000 S & 11 Green Stamps par 33. His score included an eagle on Doubles-Norman four, Northrup two. .
the seventh hole when he chipped in. BUS senior Richard Gaines finished Trlples-Norman one. '
from 85 feet from the pin. fourth overall and was top Bradford Home runs-Norman and Reddish one. 'J
I to be given awayITCLIELL'S | $W Richard Gaines was low man for placer In the Strawberry InvitationalGolf Fewest strikeouts (one strlkeoutat bats-Norman 1:10.5: Kilby 1:8 Northrup:"
< the Tornadoes with an even-par 36. Tournament "It.weekend. i:7.2.: :;.r. ;;
Joey Herres shot a one-over 37. Craig
DRUG STORE Bryan's 52 and Luanna Mundorf's 54 Loose Change '
rounded out Bradford's score. Bradford Invit. Keystone Height's American Legion baseball roster for this summer is all but'' ,
Monday, April 2, Baker County set but the two or three open positions likely will go to players from BHS. Keith'
) S & H GREEN STAMP DRAWING defeated the Tornadoes by 12 strokes'in Northrup and Dinky Kilby are already penciled In with the team returners ald') ',:
Starke. ,r .. Track CarnivalSet freshman pitcher Scott Allen .oph Kenny Clark and Jeffery Norman could join','
J AplLi.t 6 7979 Gaines was low man in that Jl\atctr: the KH team for its summer schedule too. Norman is leaning towards playing for'
with a 36 and Herres shot a 41. "'", for Friday the Sr Boys softball team right now..". There is no longer a spo..tswrlte. Oak:.:

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I '" for a match Frlday'AprU; ,and vlsju.nOrange The"anhul.i''tJr iu rd. Invitaatlonaitrack 15-2:, and Ke ij stand 'HeIghts'; 1S 5."wijuid th'e' Nbi'tlt htt-al Florida '
Park Monday April 9. '. and field meet will kick off Friday votes in 4A, 3A, and 2A respectively..... With just the showings from last'weekends
1st Prize 15,000 stamps2nd April 6, at the BHS track. Florida Relays In mind Titusville Astronaut would be the favorite to,
Prize 10,000 : win the state's class 3A track and field meet to be run in Winter Park in Maya: ,
stamps Lady Tornadoes The all day affair for boys and girls ,still, I think Palatka would be the smart better's choice. They're more balanced;
teams annually draws a 12-19 team with pr'-ts coming in more events than TA which counts on distance power for
field from North Florida but is up most 01 its scoring.... I borrow these one-liners from Scholastic Coach: Muharrt-\ -
Name Out-Volleyed by Clay against tough conflicting competitionthis mad AH- "I told the Russian leaders that if they didn't start behaving I'd send :
year-the Gainesville Relays and Leon Spinks over for a motor tour." :
Address Bradford High's girl's tennis team' Jacksonville Lee Invitational are Rodney Dangerfield- went to a fight the other night and a hockey game'' .
Phone fell to a 9-9 season record by losing to slated for the same weekend. broke out.'-' '
F Clay High 2-5 Tuesday April 3. Abe Lemons Texas basketball coach on why he doesn't like curfew rules -
No Purchase Necessary Terri Thomas and Karen Macy provided "I've sent out 11 invitations but "Because it's always your stare who get caught" 'to(
\ the only wins for BHS, taking we'll Just have to see how many wantto '."
Need Not Be Present To Win Must Be 18 To Enter their singles matrches 8-3 and 8-1 come with the other meet the same
respectively.The weekend. said BHS boys track coach
Lady Tornadoes host Santa Fe Rick Stephens. Easter Egg Hunts Set For Good Friday ; ..
7( el { today, ThursdayApril 5, before '

travelling to Gainesville for the Invitees include Lake Weir Ocala Youngsters aged five to 12 can take Bradford Health Clinic on Church'
district tournament April 11-13. Forest, Crescent City Fernandina part in an easter egg hunt Friday Street Six to eight year olds will have '
'Beach. Baker County, and Keystone April 13, in Starke. a hunt at 1:30: p.m. and nine to 12 year ".
Heights. The Starke Recreation Department old youngsters will start .their search',
will be sponsoring the hunt with for easier eggs at 3 p.m. ..
I Wake Up to Warmth with Coach Stephens said volunteers will McDonald .Starke providing the There will be prizes for the mdst".
be needed to run field events and eggs and the girl scout group of eggs found In the three hunts and two;'.
serve as judges for the meet. Anyone Caroline Eaves helping with egg painspecial eggs will be hidden with the" /
interested should call Stephens or ting. finders getting prizes'. McDonald's, : ,
Central Heat and Air! girls coach Grover Howard at the At 10 a.m. Friday children aged five will also give out complimentary '' '
BUS fieldhouse, preferably from and under will start their search at tickets to .attending' '
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and the Starke why scored three times In the third !
Businessmen opened the 1979 Men's tttme. Grace Baptist and St. Edwards scored three times to W'" I
Open Softball League seasons with Matt Hull and Don Sprow homeredand Catholic threw some fireworks Into cause.
easy/ wins Monday night at Westslde Sprow, Jackson Prevail and aw the opening night of the Starke Cecilia Infante Went a I
Park. Gene Tanner went three for four to Women's Church Softball League with two doubles a triple aMiI'; .,
lead the Businessmen past a Sr. Boys Monday night. runs scored to lead st.
Water's clubbed the Rebels 19-4 team weakened by absences of The two teams accounted: for 41 losers also got two hits from '
after the Businessmen had ripped starters, runs in just four innings in Monday's Rowan, Kathy Schoening, SharonDewey.
Stake's Sr. Boys 21-6. The other two The winners jumped Into a 1Q-1 lead second game with Grace Retting 21 of and Dawn : 1-tie ;
teams In the league the Misfits and after two innings and were 17-1 them to win the opener. The winners Hope Baptist broke with s i
up '
LWCI1 were to open play against each after three. scored nine times In the third frame three run fourth Inning In beating FEL': ; 4' I
n Wednesday second game. Mike Teston and Glen Gnann collected tq take an 18-15 lead and held on, Barbara Hinson went twoforthrewand A
Waters took a 7-0 lead In the second two safeties in three trips'for I Hope Baptist topped First Baptist Carol Hall and Wanda Bishop'. !. 'q
Inning In bombing the Rebels. Larry the 16-18 year old Sr. Boys and AI 8-1 in Monday's opener. both doubled to pace the winncrs/at/ ,
''Mercer cracked a homer, a triple a Chapman poked an Inslde-the-park k i Cheryl Godwin Nancy Alvarez and the plate. '
double, and scored four times to lead home run to right field. Cindy Lawson collected two hits in Carol Geiger was two-for-two for( i 1 J :
the winners. Jim Lewis added a Upcoming Games Mon., April ,,.'. r two at bats to lead the GB parade ac- FB while Cassie Rlddick .cored the t ;
homer while Wilbur Waters and Emmett 9-Waters versus Misfits, 7:30 p.m.; r .' ri.j cross the plate. Godwin scored three loser's only run. i l
Akridge had three hits In four at and LWCI against Starke Sr. Boys rbl' runs, Alvarez homered and doubled, Upcoming gamer: Mon April i
bats and Skippy Crawford was two for 8:45.: 1' +.;" ,,1 Candlce Constello ,cracked two B-itope versus Grace, 7-30 p.m.;
three. 'Wed April 11--Rebels versus .'.\ ',,J" "1''t.- doubles Corkie Norman was two for First Baptist against St Edward, ;

David Gaines and Wayne Test n Misfits?730: p.m., and Businessmen Starve Businessmen pitcher RobblejSmlth beat the throw to Sr. Boys catcher three with a double. and Gale Fender 8:45: p.m. I

both.,- were two for three for the Rebels against LWCI, 8:45: p.m, Al Chapman. the Bucln.,*amen'4 easg.win Monday night.

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Pine Level Baptist and ..Calvary in a three-for-four game to lead PL t to f
Baptist took the early lead in the City victory Loyd Allen also delivered .
Men's Church Softball League with. three nits for the winners while Bruce 4
opening night wins Tuesday. Jackson Roger Jones, and Wayne i !
Pine Level had an easy time of It, Blankenship all collected two hits In
beating First Methodist 18-8, while" three at bats. ; !
FB had to, outlast Calvary Baptist Steve Earnest went Uuree-for-three
16-14 for their first win. .' In a losing cause for first Methodistand i
',' The other four teams In the league,., Ricky Johns and Scott Polk had "' !

Kingsley Lake Baptist, Hope Baptist. two hits in three plate appearances .. .., -. .:tt' .' -
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thside Baptist open play tonight with a six run third Inning and held on !
Thursday April 5, at Westslde Park. *' to top Calvary Monday. Ronnie Harris '\1 .r4 '<,. .. i
... Church Jeage games will be played and Steven Rutledge had three hits .", ,,', .of.J'....;, .'. ".. ... ; f
Tuesday.. Thursday, and Friday. apiece for FB and F.D. Phillips, Jim j, ;' r

W.ter' Terry Gaines reached on an error In this at bat the Rebels nights throughout the Beason ." my Crosby, and Paul Carter added .
Mtrday night, against Doug Maine socked two home runs two hits In four at bats. Helen llrraey of Hope Baptist number U, throws.. out a First Baptist batter In ; t
William Burgin went two for three opening night women's church softball action.; i
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Dominoes Power Through Womens Softball Warm-Up, ':i;; ". and two hits.Dale Bedfore both accounting for Brooker'a Rainbow. Marine Second: 112O 11ftJI; \. t

The Domino's showed no signs of the weekend while Michelle In play among church league teams "

losing! their dominant grip on Starkewomen's Gwen Moxley, Darlene Ball and July Hope Baptist was 1-1, beating St. Edwards Lady Tornado .Team G'ville Umpire's Tourney ;! } L. : !1
Softball as they whipped Goodowns stroked two hits apiece for 7-4. while Grace Baptist and : .
through; \ the field of city and church the top church league finisher. SE were both 01. Barbara Hinson,.
league teams in a warmup tourney Cathy McAlpine. Mary Felton and was a perfect three for' three In Softballers Brooker's Rainbow Marine Softball bow Marine 11-6 in winner's bracket ", :
last week. Glny Kilby all collected four hits for Hope's two games and teamates club mastered everybody but a teamof play and after the locals bested the" '\\l
Last year's undefeated league the Bullets, who were 1-I-beating Tammy Baldree Diana Loper. and Bradford High's girls Softball team top Miami players to take second In Orange Park Businessmen 13-6 the
champs outscored Florida Bank 15-4 Bradford Furniture 252. Mary Hersey also had three safeties. fell to a 1.8 record Tuesday April, the 20 team Gainesville Umpires Tigers ,won the final 7.5. Earlier '
in first round play before crushing Florida Bank dropped out early Cherry Haley and Kathy Schoening losing to Palatka 18-4 In Starke. tourney at Westside Park last Marine had handled the Super
Broughton's Bullets 26-1 and First with their loss to the Domino's but ,were'both two for two in SB's one Doll Waters and Linda Sawyer led weekend. Pretzels of Gainesville 6-5, the
Baptist Church 36-0 to win the single- Vorease Jones' three for three game outing while Grace had five girls collect the Lady Tornadoes In the losing Gainesville Moose Club 137. and ,t ,
Behindthe of Most Valuable
round robin that ended cause with three hits in four play First Baptist Church of Gainesville
elimination with two hit nights by Gloria Sapp and a pair of base hits-Sherri Johns trips to
Thursday night. March 29. Carolyn Redding let them give the Carol Carter, Debbie Gray Anita the plate each. Terri! Parrish also got Player award Rainbow winner Marine Timm.yWhitehead four 182. ,, ,',' '
Linda Lee hit safely 13 straight eventual on base with a triple the Lady Tornadoes' won
winners their toughest test Griffis, and Patti Chesser.
of six games in the three day affair- ,Whitehead ended the six game
times in the tournament and scored 12runs of the event. best hit of the day.
losing only to the Miami Tigers- weekend with a better than .400 bat- '
to lead a powerful Domino offense Palatka jumped to a lead by scoring
that saw half a dozen batters hit Water's 'five runs in the first inning and never undefeated tournament champs. ting average and four home runs but
Westconnett Of lax. Tourney looked It was his spectacular defense that
better than 700. Kathy Whitehead, back ,
The featured a handful of
.917r Sheila Forsyth, .857 Karen Nor The Lady Tornadoes were scheduled players Tigers from Jerry's Catering of won him the MVP award according led"'the'Brooker.team to 'I'I{ !
man .833 with six doubles, Carnell Winner.Starke Businessmen Third to play Wednesday April 4 in Mar Nipper. Gene Raulerson
Miami, Including second baseman I I.JI
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Win4amai.aopfiandpassandraJohnson* .irffottyjftfwhe. ; tasepa.lhswbjle h.aCkOnvlile\ \ W;' backlrront r(!nears;;i was. three, ,,for,:four.in the, tigh 'win. ne"fgame will be on Friday,'April 6, home Richie'Powell runs In five who games bustedldgntu to take the > a+erageWith Ed AUen hitting at a .t5W- "j') I
( !Marian Walmsey scored nine came an Tanner was hot''throughout the against Gainesville High in well other .pace. 'PP\ I
HR trophy), as as players
times and Diane Jordan hit two ly loss to win the double-elimination weekend, hitting ,647 with four home Gainesville.Pal from Dade, teams said Marine Rainbow Marine opens play irt 2 i t
Inside-the-park homers for the Water's invitational Softball tournament runs Ajax knocked the Businessmenoff 523143-18 coach Steve Chief land tournament with an 8.3-. r
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in last weekend. 8.51n the second round. In the third
Domino's. BUS 000103-4 night !
The_Dade team knocked off Rain- p.m. Friday game jf,
FJfst Baptist won the draw of The Businessmen of Starke, one of round Tanner hit a two run homer in .... f
the field claimed the bottom of the seventh to --
church league teams before runninginto two local entrants in bring the
:,the Domino's Thursday night. third place in the Westside Park local club from behind &-9 to an 11.9 Nesters Clinch \
Tney nipped Grace Baptist 9-8 in !four event, winning two and losing two. victory over McElroy's of Lake-City
innings and topped Hope Baptist 105. LWCI was dropped from the tourneyin Finally, Westconnett ended Winning( SeasonBradford .
two Saturday, Businessmen hopes with a win In theloser's {
Lynn Pierce went three for four for games High's boys tennis team !
Westconnett was beaten In the early bracket finale.LWCI "
assured itself of a winning season
rounds by AJax Truck Rentals of Jax ran into Westconnett in-the
8-1 over Clay
Tuesday by winning
Water's Wins MensRoundRobin but behind the play of tourney Most first round, losing 7and then let a High. '
Valuable Player Robbie Newcomer 5-2 fifth Inning lead slip away In fall The win the Tornadoes a 10-8 a
they came through the loser's bracket ing to Miller Buick of Keystone 16-6. season record gave with just one match to
and! bombed Ajax 11-4 and 16-2 for the David Rogers had three hits In six \ before the district tournament. a

Water's allowed just five runs and title Stare the trips to lead LWCI) ttel's in. the two go BUS hosts Santa Fe today(Thursday. ., ?

21 hits) in four games to win a warmup Green The Cove Merchants Businessmen In topped eight in- Tommy games Reddish and .Gene Tflnnei 'April 5) and plays in the district tournament ,
in Gainesville April 1113.
round-robin, among men's city andchu.r nings In Friday's opening round were two for twq and Larry .Brown tilk
h league teams at Westside : ;',
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ma' unbeaten champs swept past 'a 'i"t\
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Church! 15-0, to win the tourney. Tight I
defense and the pitching of Larry
Meter and Jim Lewis overshadowed .
a solid offensive performance in the Our Bank Staff "I"j'j'

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winRicky Bennett and Ellis!: Griffis bat- uMy ''r- ,
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whO e Mercer slapped seven hits, one Name Is ; ,
a h >me run Brian Johns cracked a'
rou dtripper and Wilbur Waters hit. .. ,
an jinslde-the-park\ four-bagger for ,. '.Bt

Wa Nbrthslde ers. rolled through the church ( : '."'

tea i bracket to reach the finals. C' S, Rich refreshing. the fine taste of Florida-fresh flavor .1 ,
They ,handled First Baptist 28.3 r, s.s. r from Nehi, Add new; test 'to soft drinking. new excitement ,':I"". :
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Greg Alvarez batted .687 with 10 'reaily',sinlt your teeth'IntoiOrange. '. ,

hits to lead Northside while Ken Strawberry .
Tho .714 Stuart Duncan. .600. COME TO THE : : .
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J.JI Wheeler 'hit .667 with six 'runs ,

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Doug,, Maines batted .500 with a .' ;' 3OWALUE" '
homer and Randy Jones till .500 for ..' '\/1",\ "+'. '1'i "
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.600 : Ctl4& cb; c' 1.011I&i1 to sl." Iqyq Crowe httIIn9 Co.
Richard'Hall 625. Dan Doddt I ,
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: CIIUHCII ACTIVITIES Grace United Methodist: Sunday / ,' Highland.
School 9:45 a.m. Worship Service 1a.m. Rev.and
Church of God; Sunday School 10 Methodist Youth Fellowship) at ', ''\ :: : "' I y Beptiat
a.m. Worship Service 11 a.m. and 6 6:30 p.m. Sunday ni ht. Choir practice ',,:'. \' 1 fee
Prayer Meeting arid YPE Wednesday at 7:15: p.m. / :
p.m.Wednesday at 7 p.m. Bible School Study (Canine at the :. +
at 8p.m. and 7(80(
church every Wednesday! night a.m. p.m.
Evergreen Baptists Sunday School The church has a nursery fororeschool Wednesday! at'r:88: spent Col. and
10 a.m. Worship Service 11 a.m. and children during Worship Charles Starling. ;, ,. their
7 p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. Prayer Servlcee. Morgan Rod B* < and
,; Meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. School to a.m. Woi J I

\\1' Highland Baptist Sunday School a.ra. and 7 p.m. ., Billy
.: Faith &: Radio Program 9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Prayer Meeting Wedne : : mother
,J WPXE Starts AM 1490 FM 106.3 8 and 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday Pastor Rev. James ,; .
Bible School 10 a.m. NorthsMe Baptist ; .
a.m. Sunday. at 7:30pm.: : ::
l Worship Services 11 a.m. and 6:30: 10 a.m. Worship visited
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. Prayer Mr. and
6:30: p.m.First Laura Baptist: Sunday School 10 p.m.Smyrna over the
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mlsilonary .'
'JI BaptUt! Sunday School 9:45 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesdayat day School 10 jn. Dobbs ot
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. with;
'i 7:30: p.m. Training Union 6:30 p.m. Long Bridge Baptist: Sunday at 6:15: p.m. Prayer Mrs. Artie
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 day at 7 p.m. 5
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slater. Mr:;
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by Dolores Mrng went t W
Phone 46H-I9I5 and stayed
however will be from Ocala, and Mr.
; a permit Nabors
Senior Gluten require Permits can be obtained Prevatt, Sr., and ;:
The Hampton Senior Citizens Club from the Trustees.A In the celebration of
will meet Friday, April at 2 p.m.1n reasonable charge for newly Recent visitors of after-
the City HaU. assigned plots and permits In the new Adkins were H.W. Mr:
All interested adults are invited to sections will be necessary. Waters of Fort f:
attend. There is to be an annual meeting for Dozier of Bartow also were
election of officers. This meeting is Thursday and Friday. their soft
,1 Santa Fe Cemetery letting scheduled for the last Thursday in and Mrs
March. -
1 At the public meeting held in the City Wanda and William oe
Hall on March 24 the new Board of Additional information can be obtained proud parents of their ; Monday>f
1 Trustee elected were: John Campen from the Directors. March 31 at ,' Mnj
Carolyn Slater. Wl-bert: Gunter, BillMelton Hospital in ;;
and Sylvia Hall. Congratulations! lbs. 3 oz. Maternal Gainesville
It has been decided to conduct two Dorothy and on MonT
cemetery work days a year. The second Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins Reedsviile, N.C. : Mrs, C.E:
i. Saturday in May and the second celebrated their 53rd Wedding Anniversary parents are Mr. and weekend
Saturday of September have been on April 2. Their daughters Rhoden of Hampton. -
designated as work days.It visited them on Sunday in honor of the April 9
was agreed that no charges will occasion. Mrs. Joel Smith from Happy : be Spring
be made in the old section of the Jacksonville. Mrs. Calvin Richard Jerry Wadsworth ;

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in Sanford

by Elizabeth G.Walker (today). The Tiny Tots will rehearseat softball. They made Thursday Thursday
Phone 964-6683 7 p.m.Junior Church 8 p.m. All are activity.. and Mrs
rehearsing for the Easter program. The troop enjoyed On
Friday from 5-7 p.m. Lee's Circle will Spring and Easter. < the
: NOTICE! There will be a Target sell fish sandwiches in the yard at the carton Easter Clearwater Kapok

Area Improvement Day Saturday, church. Friday 8 p.m. Sister Rosa songs, cooked and ( Silver Spri
April 14, at 9 a.m. Everyone will meetat Williams will sponsor a program. AU We also had a party and
the R.J.E. Gymnasium. The first members are asked to cooperate. Egg hunt. by
project will be to clean the streets of Saturday dinners will be sold from the There will not be Brooker, Mr,,
litter and rubbish from Brownlee church kitchen. Sunday School 9:30.: until after the Spring on
Street east to Old Lawtey Road, westto Morning Worship 11 a.m. Dinner We are grateful to last
Oak Street and north to North 12:30, Home Missions 6 p.m.A Club for making our spent.
Street. special invitation is extended to Beulah Lennon,
All residents of the Reno area are each of you to attend our Easter services Asst. Leader Mrs. .
urged to participate in the clean up this year. Chairman lie) \ f: :::: :::::: ::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::: f

project. Our services will have a different McGaunn, Rosland I
I If you have any questions please schedule. Join us as we celebrate the teana Brown. : '
t call Linda Day at 964-5027. resurrectiuon of our Savior. Our day : :
Adult Basic Classes Adult Basic will begin with Sunrise service at 6 Big Talent Show :
classes are offered to various centers a.m. Breakast at 7:30. Sunday School Gym : from
for the improvement of adults who 9:30.: The Easter program will be at 11 talent '. Club,
A big area
are desirous of improving for job opportunities a.m. Easter Egg Hunt 12:30.: Dinner 1 R.J.E. gymnasium. : all from
self-improvement or past p.m. This will conclude services for Street, Sta'rke Friday a'k'froM' Sun
time activities. Classes are in progress the day. In order to be a ; for
at R.J.E.and Lawtey and at the Pleasant Grove United Methodist p.m.pant in the talent show ; during
Vo-Tech. For information call Church Activities for this week as for auditioning -
r $964-6130. follows: Thursday (today) 7:30: night, April 5, at
heroines of Jericho:'The Heroines Prayer Meeting. Sunday School 10 nasium. Talent from A.Stables
of Jericho will celebrate Palm Sun- counties ; Lawtey
day April 8 at Ebezener Baptist a.m.Mt.. Zion A.M.E. tEach surrounding A cash prize of $50 : '.

Church at 2 p.m. All of the Masonic. Tuesday 7:30: Choir rehearsal. Sunday to the first place .. .
Family Is invited to fellowship with School 10 a.m. Lovefeast Service 11 place winner will .. .
them. a.m. Communion Service 4 p.m. You prize and $20 cash
Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S. The mon are Invited to attend. third place winner. :
) meeting of Dell Chapter will beheld First Born Church of The Living held during the show :
Thursday April 12 at 7:30: in the God: Friday 6:30 Bible Study 7:30: ticket holders a $5 :
I Masonic Hall on Brownlee Street. All Tarrying Service. Sunday School We are inviting / ,
members are asked to be present. 10:30: Morning Worship 11:30.: p.m. out and see this '
The Grand Session will begin in YPCW Evening Worsh p. assure of a :
you ;
',. \ Jacksonville April 16-20. Members New Bethel Baptist Church: Week.
please come and help make plans. ly services begin with Prayer evening Admissions Adults ;
The Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church will Meeting and Bible Study Rehearsalfor Senior High : ;
observe Holy We"." (Passion) services Choirs 1 and 2 Saturday 8 p.m. School Students .50 .
Palm Sunday, April 8. The Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship Students .35. ; : :
pastor Rev. F.D. Richardson, Jr., 11 a.m. Communion Service 5 All proceeds from :
will be the preacher. Shrove Tuesday, toward providing ,,
the Granville Reed p.m.Ebezener this week Thursday go
April 10, Rev. W. activity : tional facilities for !
III, pastor of the New Hope A.M.E. (tonight) Prayer Meeting and Bible the Reno and
Church, Jacksonville, along with his class 7 p.m. Sunday School 9:30: areas.
choir, will render services; Maunday only. This activity is
Thursday, April 12, Holy Communion Antioch Missionary Baptist ship of Concerned .
(Last Supper) will be administered Church; Prayer Meeting held each ford County,
i jointly with the Allen Cahpel A.M.E. Thursday 7 p.m. Sunday School 10
Church of Starke, and the Rev. R.J. a,m. At 2 p.m. the Choir will sing at
Blaine, presiding elder of the Starke Nursing Home. Evening Ser- I
Lakeland District will be the vices 6 p.m. _
preacher; Good Friday April '13, Free Canaan True Church of God in
Noon-day services will be observed Christ: Tarrying Service each Wed.
commemorating the death of Our 7:30.: Prayer Service Friday 7:30.: Open i
Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship '
I 11 a.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. 7A.M.12P.M..
Community News Greater Allen Chapel AM.E.
Sunrise service will be observed at Church: Saturday dinners will be sold
5 a.m. on Easter Sunday morning from the church kitchen. Sunday MOTOR Oil
and all members of the Fellowship of, School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11
Churches will worship at Mt. Pisgah a.m. Sunday is a Special Effort Day
along with all persons seeking and for (the church. Each member Is asked 3 Ots.
praising Christ.; A repast will be serv to cooperate.
ed. After Sunday School commences,
the Youth Departments of Mt. Pisgah Brownie Troop 325
A.M.E. and Ebenezer Baptist will The Brownie Troop 323; has had a Borden's
present a joint Easter exercise during busy Winter season and now Spring
the 11 a.m. service. Baptismal rites has come and the Brownies are eagerto MILK
will be observed during this service. work on their Sit-Upons, plants and Oat
The Choir Federation will begin at 3 nature walks. They enjoy playing
I p.m. at Ebenezer Baptist Church. All -- -- I
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: I teaching will be the object to win someone 964-8436 .. .;',' i
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'are temporarily being held at $2288 ; ) !

the Pentecostal Church .Sam ; ; : ,.
Brown's < Plus FET
Quarters) in Lawtey.
Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist $ ((95 PARTS a G78-15 H18,15 : ; ,
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All Circles met Wed. 7:30. McKays at '
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Sister Sarah Prince. Light .
Blye's Circle ._ Plus FET "
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Caiver. showed the Reserve Champion In the Swine Show Stores with, Mr. Plggly-Wlggley himself on hand for the :.
and. Sale. Young Carver received $1Ia4 fur the 22. pound sale along with Starke store owner Carey Burned .t,': : I
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; hlch old lor 13.31 per pound at bid plus getting $183 his hogvthe only Spot breed In the show from the Selph Photos R.P. McLendon :7C"Complete
fl.Ke. Buyers are Mr and Mrs. CMC Selph owners farm and the Relph's bought the hog back Friday night. By
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plus $36 In add-ons, for his 193 pound York Cross which plus $M2 in add-ons, for his 197 pound Hampshire which York Cross Including a bid price of$I.05 per pound and $78 Cross Including $1.30: at bid and $U8 In add-ons: Buyer laIn I
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.. per pound at bid. Buying for architect Craig Salley is brought $1.25 per pound. Buying for Elixson Trucking Co. $208 in add-ons. Buying for Gainesville Livestock !MarketIs add-ons. Buying for National Protein Is Jess Wolbert, .
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.:|J>r $2MUO plus $131 In-add-ons, for his.203 pound York York Cross Including $121 In add-ons. Buyer are Brad Hampshire eros* which brought ..... per pound or$1W." York Cross Including $1.07 per pound at bid plus $1615
|Cross- Jess Wolberl I Is buying for the directors: of the Com ford' courthouse officials' Including. ato,e,. Properly'Appraiser at bid plus $71 In add ona, Buyer Is. Tom Willis of the Colttmbta add-ons, Buyer Is Bill Forsylh Forjjlh Plumbing: t1;
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69 bogs brought a Lola of $22,770. Including $11.539\ 'in MMM made the difference In prices. with some
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friends andrelatives. The total sale price almoet $1 pw pound up to l.6B In a few cases, and averaged $1.32
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board $58 for UC animals or $36 for BC animals up to
ii serve champion pig was shown by Robert Carver, several hundred dollars.
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I SI20.XH.: It brought f 1.40 per pound at bid plus 1166 In add$380, Including a bid price of $1 per pound plus $163 In addshire Cross which brought $1.3G per pound at bid plus got Duroc Cross which brought $1.01 per pound at bid, and gold I
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York. ('rot8"filch sold for $1 per pound plus $128 In add. Hampshire Cross which brought per pound at bid plus Cross which was bid In at$1 per pound and received$78 In York Cross Including $1.06 per pound at bid and $iaddons. jn>'
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buying for former Gov. Charley Johns. Butler U D.M.: tMulletle lisle are Mervln Jackson and Ken Chitty and ion.

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York CTOM. Lisa received $50 from Grandpa Assess the board add-ons for Union County pigs were also won first place in showmanship contest; Chuck Clyattwas
Whitehead $60 from Grandma WhItehead, $i00 from Go*'. made by tile Union County. SeJwol Board the Union County second and Butch Faulkner third.
Charley Johns, plus another 1136 In smaller add-ons. for a Farm Bureau, Gerald Dukes, Sheriff John Whitehead
total price of 1569.53. Felt_ Smith, the Union County Commission Parrish Most of the 4-H and FFA members bought their hogs in
John Howard, Union FFA'er, received $328 in addonson Food Store, and Jim and Carol Brown. ndd. l"ICember" and worked with them at least an hour a
top of a bid price of $1.49 per pound for his 208 pound Across the board add-OO0 for Bradford pigs were made day until the fair. The student have to own the hog 99
Duroc Cross for a total price of$628.98. by Kenneth Elixaon!: Flower by Larry Homer Hart, and days to qualify for the show and sale.
J.C. Hagan. the swine show and sale has made a steady comeback ,
There were 28 Union County and :34 Bradford County over the past several years after a cholera breakout some '
pigs In the show. The 62 pigs were 20 more than last year Across the board add-ons for all hogs were made by the years ago caused the show to dwindle to almost nothing.
and have the wheels In the Swine Association considering Lake Butler Farm Center and Hillindale Farms. The last two years have both seen record number of hogs
ways to limit the number of animals next year. Robert Carver shower of'.the reserve champion pig, entered.

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Cross Including$1.21 per pound at bid and$300 In add-ons. Cross Including $1 per pound at bid and $'U in add-ons. York Cross Including a bid price of $1.01 per pound plus Cross Including $..0:5: per pound at bid and $213:! In
I Buying for Community State Bank Is Steve Cay, the Buyer Is J.E. Tomlinson, president of the Florida Bank at $138 In add-ons. Buyer Is Jess Wolbert for himself add-ons. Buying for the Farmers and Dealers Bank of I
bank's executive officer. Starke. Lake Butler Is Shands llowards.Y4 .

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I York Cross Including $1.17 per pound at bid and $201: In York Cross Including $1.30 per pound at bid and $151 In Cross: Including $1.06 at bid and 1128 In add-ons. Buying hire Cross Including $1 per pound at bid and $I9M lIamp'I'I
add-ons. Buying for the Florida Pest Control U Joe add-ons. Buying for the board of directors of,the Comfor the Community State Bank is Executive Viceons.. Buyer is SAm Johns of the Union }6Sert Ice

Rechlerl. munity Stale Bank Is Jess Wolberl. President Steve Gay. .. Lake Butler
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8-411,10& $340 for this Z04 pound Hampshire
BelindaIelsOR! at bid and $106 In add-ons,
CrOl.lncludlng" per pound at bid and $136 In add- Cross Including a bid price of $1.40 per pound and $203 In Cross Including $61 In add-ons and a bid price of $1 per Cross Including$1.11 per pound Fink,
I ons.In Starke.Buyers are Marc and Roy Adklns cf AAK Feed Store Union add-ons.County.Buyer Is Canova Howard of llo-BoTractor Co.of pound.Bank at Buyer Starke.is J.T. Tomlinson president of the Florida shown Buyers above.were friends of V'nlon County Agent'Logan I

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Hampshire Crocs Including $1.04 per pound sad add-ons of York('roellncludlng $...5 per'pound at bid and$66 In add Cross Including a bid price of $1.06 and $98 In add-ons. Cross Including $1 per pound at bid a..d'lI8 In add-ons.
.$a6. Buyer Is Tom Wllll of Columbia Livestock Market.! ons. Baying for the Bradford County Chamber of Commerce Buyer Is Mitch Brannen and son. Bayer Is (.'.nova Howard of llo-Bo Tr v *tor ('0. of Union.-
Is Jess Wolhert. County.

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I York ("roII.lndudlng $1.llal bid plus $54 In add-_*. BuyIng furor Cross. The hog brought 'I." per pound at bid and Hampshire Cross. The hog brought 11.47 per pound at bid which was Md out at$I per pound and got$81 in a:+Jt I
for Jackson Building Supply of Slarke l I. Warren Howard got $328 in .dd-_*. Buyer is Gerald Duke of and Penny got $2113 In addax. Buyer Is J.E. Tomllnson. on*. Freddie Floyd and son are buying for Howard Aid*
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II Buyer is Danny Waters for \\alcrs' Grocery of tawtey. Buyer I.I ".1\1. Male of Farm Bureau' Insurance of Lake' add_.. Buyer is Sieve' Gay executive vice-president' of Buying for Paul Itiherd is Shand Howard.
Buller." the Community State Bank of Slarke.

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j ('roes. including $1.30 per pound at bid and $96 In add-ons. C-riws. Black II"". got 1407.40 for this 17* pound York Retina Thomas V...... got 1313 for this |7f pound York Junior I'nderhill.' B-4II. got $:Hr.l.9H for thin. 199 pound
Ii Busing for the Bradford County Telegraph' I I. Jess including. II. .30 per pound bid and 1178 In add-on. Cross which brought II per pound at bid and 1138 in add York Irons including 11.02: per pound at bid and Hoi In I
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1'l Hampshire' Cross including IIJO per pound at bid and f 128: York Crass includng. ,I.J1t at bid and SI2I in add-ons. ......I..dudin..I....per pound at bid...1213 in add-on.. Duroc Cross Including IlltS: per pound at bid plus $121 Ins I
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I : Electric Rates Going Higher; Clay.. Co-op Told at Annual Meeting' I

I' .f' -Electric rates are" high and are goIng billion a year. said the DePauw "Although rates are high today we An energy stamp program, similarto power cut could ; :
to go higher, said Dr. Fred University chaplin. are paying less per kilowatt than the Food Stamp Program may of. of power at a given ,
Lamar. guest speaker at the Clay Speaking of the United Stales trade what we paid in 1940.! said Dr. fer relief for low income families. Dr. In the event of a
N Electric Cooperative's annual agreement with Russia and China for Lamar adding that present rates are Lamar explained but a more indepth would rotate ths ?
i meeting in Keystone Height last oil. Dr. Lamar warned that "we are only 60 percent of what was being study is first required minutes to
Thursday. March 22.someLoonattended. so blinded by our energy needs that paid nearly 40 years ago. E.T. Martin general manager of electricity.Martin
the annual day we are willing to trust our enemies the Kit electric cooperative addressed -
of activity by Clay Electric. than cut back on our consumption." Conservation tips such as lowering the possibility of blackouts fewer :
Explaining that east coast energy is Present energy consumption requires thermostats, wearing appropriate producers have asked to burn lower Angus Hastings Dkk'n
produced primarily by oil and natural that energy suppliers double clothing and walking distances less quality fuel since premium supplies alternatives to the
gas Dr. Lamar. nationally recognized their output every 10 years. Dr. than two miles were enumerated by may be running short. Martin said. saying that solar
authority on rural electriccooperatives Lamar told the group under the big Dr.Lamar. He also stressed the need The environmenalists don't wantit. power are not
warned of the country's tent erected on Cooperative grounds to take another look at mass transit ." Martin said. "so there is a Hastings, sees
Dependency on foreign sources. on SR-100. Projected rates o energy and rail transportation.Rate possibility that toe state will be faced primary supplier for
p "From 1955-1970 we imported one- consumption willl mean trial suppliers adjustments may be In store with blackouts needs.
fifth of our oil at a cost of live milion will have to double output every according to Ui speaker. "It is possIble will be notified ahead! of time If Re-elected without
dollars a year. Today we are Importing four years to meet demands within that those who make" more will be this happens," Martin told the group three members of : I
over one-half and its costing $79 the next 20 years. asked to pay more. be said. under the big tent.explaining that the board of trustees:

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1 : is, (she.U S'S"), outwardly masculine
JIUYERS (Ikf t ,,; but inwardly gentle, and able to communicate ir" '
:\'itco' 1.1.' 1 honestly
.. Before you get your hopes up, guys
*N t7fl 1/f/ 1 Miss Barker already( taken due to
marry Roanoke native Jim Brandonas '
1 I war 1 4 soon as her reign Is over In Oc _

r 7 7 tober.The 23-year-old blonde talked open-

i ly last Thursday afternoon about her
:;" kr A AIR new-found celebrity status while
autographing pictures of herself for
youngsters from six to sixty.
"The whole purpose of the (Miss
America) pageant Is to further the
winner's career. I think I'm basically
the same as I was before I won," says
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One thing that has changed for the w" w.. 1 1I
better.ls the reigning Miss. America's

bank already Polytechnic statement.graduated Institute Since from when she she Virginia was bad I SS ( :,, ,,1tk

crowned money was, 120.000 paid In cash.In Miss scholarship. Barker n
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personal appearance fees. __
*T' That hefty turn is well earned.
Through a booking agent in Atlantic A
City N. J., Miss Barker's schedulehas __ !'
I / her traveling seven days week, 'b'"d
\."t % 20,000 miles a month. Although she ,;
doesn't show It, Miss Barker admits k
'::. Auctioneer Miss Ang eta Haymon of Gainesville Is for her outstanding performance In the sale of animals she's suffering from a little jet-lag.
I j : ,Delated over gifts presented to her by Bradford-Union Cat- shown by 4-11 and FFA exhibitors "I'm only human. I do get tired. I

&:Ito man's Association Vice-President Ray Crawford right, Informed.Master of Ceremonies Zed Hamilton keeps the audience came I'm from flying Chicago to to Starke Pennsylvania.and today h

Besides the event I'm going to, airports
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,11E usually about all I get to see. But this _
was the first fair I've done."
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for Miss Barker gives an
i5 ': appearence indication of how the tiresome miles Miss America Kylene Barker checks to make sure she .baa the
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are made less monotonous. The diver before autographing her picture, but the young recipient of the
sity of her schedule takes her to seems to be ready to leave.

events ranging from a catfish stomp turned off and she's In
no longer
With a degree In apparel design
In Elgin, S. C. and the Mayor Daley demand?
Chicago Marathon. fashion merchandising,she has made
Despite her current fame and for- all pre-limlnary arrangements before
'i tune, Miss Barker has no show biz opening an upper-line designer ap- "1 think I'll be too busy to really
I ; aspirations. parel shop along Palm Beach's exclusive miss it, Opening the shop will be a lot
"I might think about getting into Worth Avenue. Husband Jim of work, but after we get set up I'll
advertising someday, but never in the will help run the store. start to gradually decrease my activities -
entertainment field," Miss Barker With a yearlong taste of fame, until I'm used to running on a
says candidly what happens when the spotlight isMembers normal schedule," Miss Barker says.

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Karen Reddish stand next to the Limousin female Jamie show- holstein dairy Reserve Champion and Dairy Showmanship divisions Wednesday night in a loaded breeder animal show Fair Association vice president, "sometimes we Just get I
ed. It won the female Unwunln Grand Champion award and the and Grooming winner.She's pictured with tail Director Lowell at the Bradford County Fair. half,this many entries.
Showmanship and Grooming award. Parrlsh. "This was the best year for the breeder show (by entries
14 year old Drew Andrews of the Brooker 4-H Club showed
the grand champion Limousin breed. Last year Drew
I entered the grand champion steer in the county fair. The
flail' reserve champ Limousin bull was shown by Jon Andrews.
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female grand champion and won the Showmanship and
Grooming Award. Lake Butler's Junior FFA chapter showed .
the reserve champ. 5,1. : WS./3I '
Si /7 I Ii The Angus breed grand.no champion'winner ", .shown by* "I
.1 Martin Hunter of the Brooker 4-H Club with no reserve ,
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i FFA showed the grand champion and Frankle Andrews -
5. 14. of the same club showed the reserve champion.
4"4rL Wayne Cribbs of the Lawtey 4-H. Club showed the grand
1 champion female Charolals breed.
In the Holstein dairy division Randy Balkcom., of the
I h hw Green Acres 4-H Club showed the grand champion with
Debra Green. 16, of the Brooker 4II Club showing the
reserve champion. Debra also won the Dairy Showmanship
Yr; 1 Fitting, and Grooming Award.
The Duval 4-H Club showed the grand champion in the
*j :;: Brown Swiss division; with Don Green of the Brooker 4-H
: showing the reserve champion.
\ 16 year old Malcom Hart of the Duval 4-H group showed
J the grand champion as well as the reserve champion in the
Guernsey breed division.

12 year old Randy Balkcont of the Green Acres 441 Club Little Kim Pendarvls of the Duval 4-11 Club showed the Wayne Cribbs of the Lawtey 441 Club showed the Grand Kim Pendarvls of the Duval 4-H Club showed the grand I
I showed the female holstein Grand Champion Grand Champion>> Jersey dairy row Champion female Charolals breed. champion among Jersey cow entrants. I

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I ?]rand Champ Limousin beef winner lies. at left pictured with Brahma breed In the beef show. Randy Reddish presents the Grand Champion. Hunter of the Brooder 441 Club 441 Director Lowell Parrlsh
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,l 4|Jon Brown of Union County's FFA chapter.Randy Reddish snowed the Reserve Champion In the Brahma treed bed show. Champion Brown Swiss. plan Guernsey.
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that brought n..'a pound and weighed 1,14I51bs.was ownleft, the total price with add-ons was $3.531.05. Jon Is the
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Ninth grade Springhill 4-11 member Pam Carter got a the top honor, considering this year was her first year In Brown's Reserve the
I record $3.00 a pound for her 1,053 lb. Grand Champion 4-11 and her first Fair competition. Publlx: representative Jon Leading Way
Angus Cross. For the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Butch Barkley bought the champion which sold for$4.089. !.,
: Carter of Lake Butler, it was a real surprize that she won with add-ons. Superlatives were flying after the largest steer sale in The prices In this final fair event were much higher than';; : I\
the history of Bradford County Fair brought total sales of 1978, when 30 steers brought $42,527 and averaged $1.66. ,'
Photos R. P. McLendon Phone 964-8576 $69,241 In bids and add-ons as 31 steers were auctioned per pound, including add-ons.
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$2,740 at $1.64 per pound.
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P.. i M1 n $3 per pound. With add-ons included, Pain's 1,053 lb.
,, Angus Cross brought in $4,089. Publix Joined Columbia
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price of $2.49 per pound to earn reserve champion honors
with a total sale price of $3,531. Community State Bank tr
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J President Ray Norman the total sales figure was the
highest ever, and if memory serves him correctly, the 31
exhibitors may have been matched before.
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pound price of $2.02. In the'ring, blds'averaged1.40 per*
pound and $1,553 total.

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... 31 steers totaling 34,231 pounds. The re-sale bid for all .11 .
choice grade steers went to Ray Crawford at 77'cents per ,
pound, while SC 4 H Custom Meats bid 72 cents per ..;:'

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her Brah-IIolstein to Bill Jon Brown Herdsman award winner Gary Lee pound for her 1.062 Hereford cross Limousin. Columbia
1,023 lb.Angus cross Sanlagertrudis. with a total price Forsyth of Forsyth Plumbing for
1"1, of 1.125.30. J. M. Howard Sr. was the buyer and Dacee is 1360.70 at $.,10 per lb. Cindy Is the daughter of !Mr. and and Weight-Gain winners Drew Andrews ((1st), Stacy Livestock !Market in Lake City and representative Tom :'j'.
r P the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tuggle of Lake Butler. Mrs. W. O. Dodd. Hayes ((2nd), and Carlton Jones (3rd). Janie Willis Hayes.above was the buyer. Stacy Is the daughter of!Mrs '

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David Hamilton's 1.077 I..,. Limousin. John Willis of ColBntler 4-H. brought $!.U a Ib. and sold for$1,478.70.J. M. Lake Butler FF A. received $1.50 a lb. and brought 1593. 1296.88 for his 1,118 lb. Hereford cross Limousin, pun ,
I I umbla Uvestock Market was the buyer David's parents Howard. Sr.. representing Hillandale Farms, bought the Publix. represented above by Butch Barkley. bought the chased by Harmony Church in Lake Butler represented ;:, ,,.
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represented Mrs. Earl by Conner.Alan Townsend. Randy Is the son of Mr. Hereford purchased by Publlx' Butch Barkley. Leslie Is brought 1554.07 at '1.41 a Ib.. purchased by Publlx' Florida Bank at Starke represented by J. K: Tomlinson.
and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie'Willis ms. Butch Barkley Doyle Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Lori Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tuggle.

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a lb. for her 1,222 lb. Limousin purchased by Sawyer $1.50 a lb. for his 1.043 Ib. lIereford cross Limousin pur a lb. for her 985: lb. Limousin, purchased by Publlx' Butch a lb. for his 1,1HI7lb.llerrlord cross Angus cross Santager- I
I Slade Gas represented by Ed Riplinger. Jamie Is the son chased by John Willis of Columbia Livestock Market. Barkley. Beth Is the daughter of James E. Hamilton. trudls. purchased by Liberty National Insurance
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitehead. Michael the son of Gerald Dukes. represented by Merv Jackson and Kenneth Chitty. John Is f
the son of Mr. and Mrs..Eugene Johns.

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Jill Bayer Brooker 4-11. 11.306.24 a Joey Lee Lake Butler FFA .%3H.8 at $1.03: : a
for her I.Z54IIb. Hereford cross Limousin purchased by Ib. for his 1,115 Ib. Hereford cross Limousin, purchased by Butler 4-H'er Nannette Stalmaker brought 1401.66 at Ib. for his 1,223: lb. Limousin cross, purchased by Sawyer.
Florida Bank represented by J, E. Tomlinson. Jill Is the Bradford-Union Cattle Association represented by Ray $1.17 a Ib.. purchased by Howard Riherd Construction Slade Gas represented by Ed Riplinger. Joey Is the son of II
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Defensive:. Driving .. Now

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y part of an expanded defensive safety program .U .good one, and I I
driving program for area residents am glad they saw fit to have it locally I
classes are now being offered the second said Judge Sanders. I
and third Thursday of each {Union County Judge A. L. Drlggers
month at the Bradford-Union Vo-Tech seconded those sentiments and said
Center in Starke. '. he was glad the class is now offered
Although the first class of seven closer by. Judge Drigger said he
i participants in March attended often gives traffic offenders the op
courtesy of the judicial system,defensive lion of paying the fine or attending
driving director Robert Morrow defensive driving school.
said he hopes people will take the
eight-hour course on their owns Morrow stressed the course is not
Florida Highway Patrol Sgt only for those people who have received
Winston Barber teaches the local a traffic citation, but Is for all
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J class from 6-10 p.m. using visual aids safety-minded drivers. A $5 discount Winners of the llerdsmanshlp contest, sponsored by the Fair Assoclatloir
i L and movies from the National Safety is given to volunteers who take the were, I-re first place Gary Lee. Joey Lee and Randy Reddish .. *
Council. course and Morrow suggested clubs
Morrow said the program expan wanting to sponsor the course for I
sion has the blessings of local county members get in touch with their coun-
Florida Highway Patrol Sgt. Winston Barber illustrates a traffic situation that judges who can now send people to ty clerk. w
I could mull in an accident defensive driving school without sending Drivers who take the course as partof
people to Gainesville or Jackson the court process pay |15 for the
I ville. eight-hour session. ,
HRS Held 18A Bradford County Judge Elzie Although the first class was a small
Meeting To Be April Sanders said the safety council course group Morrow said he Is optimistic
'Is a good one and while he has been class size will increase since judgescan
sending traffic violators send people to the more accessible
public meeting to familiarize Vocational Rehabilitation ti tiro'a
gram ,
classes and
local residents with District III, Mental Retardation Mental Health Gainesville sessions the local program other drivers will hear i
.' Health and Rehabilitative Services Public Health Children's Medical will be more accessible. "The. about the program. 4

((HRS) programs to be delivered Services Aging and Adult Services
:' directly or through contract will beheld and many others. 0'
I Wednesday, April 18, in the An important reason for the Trash Fires Increasing"Fires
Bradford County commission room In meeting will be to encourage public
II Starke at 7p.m. reaction to the proposed placementand 4 ( ,,
I will increase dramaticallyas Chief of Fire Control
1 District III is composed of Union quanlty of HRS services Forestry's
Bradford Hamilton, Suwannee, soon as the rain stops predicted Bureau."It '
throughout Union Bradford Suwannee
I Lafayette Columbia. Alachua Hamilton and Columbia coun- Gary Peeples a month ago. He was happens for two reasons: people L i'
Gilchrist. Levy, Dixie, Putnam right. who need to burn trash or clear land .. I
Marion, Citrus Sumter, Lake and ties.The state proposed ComprehensiveAnnual Ever since the rainy season slowed have been waiting for the rain to stop,
down in the middle of February and since it just rained think Winners of the Alachua
Hernando counties. Services Plan will be they s steer' Weight-Gain contest, sponsored by MUllng!
HRS administers state and federal available for public view prior to the Florida Division of Forestry safe to burn." Enterprises, were, l-r Carlton Jones third, Stacy Hayes,second and Drew Andrews. -,
programs such as Food Stamps, Aid meetings in Union County at the firefighters have had a running battle That's not true at all, he cautioned. first. Ernest Spencer Is the presenter. .
to Families with Dependent Children Health Department, 15 N.E. First St. with trash fires and land burningsthat Dead grass takes only about an hourto >> i.
Medicaid, Children and Youth Pro- in Lake Butler. have escaped especially on dry out again after a rain. Add a 12-
Saturdays.Last match and a light breeze and you '
- - Estimate Of Disabled Americans Climbs!
Saturday's statistics 91 fires could have a dangerous fire.

burning 1,273 acres, showed the When the landscape "greens up"the /;" I''
highest single day's incidence.of fires danger will be reduced somewhat. The estimated number of rights and needs of persons with disabilities
I ffCDE[ 0(20( EC" SEEP since February 1978. Until then the Division of Forestry is Americans with disabilities has ," Dr. Hardt says. "This concern
"A hundred fires a day statewide. asking people to use extreme caution grown significantly in recent years, has caused government agenciesto
is a full load for us. We've been work with all fires. reports the National Easter Seal develop more complete figures."..?
i 138 E. Call St. Starke, Fla 964-5890 ing close to that limit several times in If you must burn, do it early or latein Society.
the last month" said Peeples Acting the day rather than in the early At the same time Dr. Hardt suggests
: Starke's Own Bakery afternoon Peeples urged. Make sure Until l recently, Easter Seals and that advances in medicine haw I
I there's little or no wind. For trash other with dis- actually increased the real number of
I EASTER LAMB RABBIT AND EGG SHAPE CAKES MUST SELL fires put a screen over the barrel and abled Americans estimate that one persons with disabilities ,,:
{! ALL SIZES 1 liquidation of new all steel buildings' have a garden hose, rake or water in ten Americans was handicapped by
I 40x72.U 'I 1 93 per sq. ft. bucket handy.To some physical disability. Today based "At all ages medical science has
I ALSO EASTER COOKIES 60d08115 '2.19 per sq.ft. obtain burning authorizations or on new figures the number has successfully pushed back the in-

Last Year's Prices Still Hold Call Collect 1.904.387.2889 information on the day's fire danger climbed to as many! as one out of.six cidence of fatal conditions" she ex-
j Century Steel, Buildings contact your local Division of plains. "While more people liya
Forestry office, Louise Beauchamp "Statistics in this field are extremely through illnesses and injuries, manyof
((904)( 488-6950. difficult to collect' reports Dr these remain disabled particularly
Gus Sh.p AWOMOMll TIU19STARKE Lois Hardt Easter Seals' director of among adults and retired people."
: program services. "In fact, the 1970 Over the past 60 years the Easter
THE CONFEDERATE! : STARKE FIRESTONE r V ra consus was the first to develop any Seal Society has been recognized by
,o GUN: SHOP / IJ, f reliable national figures and these
Flr. *.,*.*MulH-Mll'.Tim 1 many people for its services to
':I Cemelele' Ownimlthlnf M.... Moos t VtvePrwH were limited to adults between the children. In fact Easter Seal services
.c............leather w.... BUSINESS cCI'IO'.N. -.........._ ages of 16 and 64 who were not Institu- to anyone who is disable
.I. N.ckle' PletlnfMeek M terMc "
Powder Guns "' .. mitt'Mcucliif-TOT.... tionalized or in the military. regardless of age or cause.
and Ac.....',.. DIRECTORY The revised"as many as one in six"
......" M4-44M estimate is based on recent govern "Last year service records from
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Jl" Temple' Au. Ss.rk./114331 ment figures. Dr. Hardt states. The the 1,100 Easter Seal service sites
More immigrants come to 1977 White House Conference on nationwide report that better than 40

) Alignment, Tiret ., the from U.S. other from Mexico. than Handicapped Individuals estimated a percent of our work is with adults,"
any country.GJOANTICYARD disabled population of 36000000. Dr Hardt reports. "These-services
MOSLEY SVNTEtyr'iJtIN More conservative government off i- include rehavilitatlol1 iJl Jranspprtation. -
41 j, TIRECOMPANYwaoml ,'t tARKE PRIt.lr IBCO dale put the figure between 25,000,000ttd35,000,000. voc>?.t1pngk LJI feelp.K stroke

I' ) ;-I'. l..x.h.gJ.r.;.. Widerir. *;.*f"'I."o..o'WIIMl,. r.-iJ',6f. I j II j !)( tI;>.* f W flNo. I' SALE? .' .. f I Ir fSjlf meet clubs the and needs manyrpthers of;disabled.. adults Jlgned.to..

".....Ind Allf nmenf jPAINfCENTE C EN TK Tuesday a.m.8,April 10 "The 1970's have been a time in "It's a massive job that's Bkelytogrow
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because of reliving
which our country has become more simply more us
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EVERYTHING MUST GO concerned and more aware of theCS longer,

Auto Sole 'Service PHone WALL PAPER Tickets given with each purchase SRWMD Meeting Apr. 5 in Lake City I

l ftlOll.. <64 7900Solei (ANY COLOR Grand Drawing.6 p.m.

Winner takes''everything not sold Lake City today (Thursday, .S) !
I Service" UNDER THE SUN ) DOU.U.I INGlI STRENGTH As part of a major revision of its
trot/ /IOUOM ....r Nw Can GlASS'I.W.t 'CUT TO SCI West End of Powells Mobile goals and objectives the Suwannee at 7 p.m. in the county commissionersroom I
; in the courthouse. .
} River Water Management District
f. tody Point Shop Cleon Uied Can N ODG1s,. 19. Home Village (SRWMD) which encompasses Union Topics of discussion will include:

I\"I Hwy 301 N Start. Flu 1.I 441 W MADISON ItFvffiilu' PHONE 064 8181 Lake Butler County, is holding! a public meeting in piping control water regulations out of,the protection district of flood the ''r'

Suwannee River drainage and goals
I Auto Solet Service Starter Cenrator of
the SRWMD.
and objectives
I "II lAfect Con Do Mna At"
TERWILLEGAR w..1200 B"M STARTER BY The SRWMD in operation since
GENERATOR CO. of about
j 1973 with a population
Cemplera Horn FumIdling.Lary '
I. Solos- Part Ford-Ooolorfor ServiceAulfcorited Budget,...... All Moke.Modelt St....... 1 Z. HANDICRAFT GIFT SHOP, SUPPLIES 175,000 covers 7,600 square miles o L
Union, t IrodlordCounn.s M 1. John local reprvieniollv. Generator AJMmatori. north central Florida. This are: i Phone: 463941 Rebuilt and llepalrwl .- : 0 CRAFT CLASSES FRAMING AND THINGS cludes all of Union Madison, Taylor
AIIMokellModell, Hamilton, Suwannee Columbia?
206 W Mod.ton Staid fla. 434 436 W.Call-Stark 9381,Washington......*...127.-Starka Let Us Help You Learn A New craft Lafayette Gilchrist and Dixie coun
Ph.w. 5J ties. It includes portions of Jeffersont

i t. CLASS STARTING DATE Baker Levy, Bradford, Putnam and-
ealClodM J.wd.r .Co...... Til.
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TACKLE BOX WILLIAMS JEWELRY Carpet-Vinyl Flooring 1 1u; )!lJJ: ) Tole Painting Mon -April 9 7 P.M. nine person governing board apK

I J I Cmiman OwnerUVtlAIT WalchM -DiamondsAw.lry Wallpaper Ceramic Til. .: & (Beginners) Thurs-May 3 9 A.M. pointed by the Governor directs! : the:
Diamonds bq.y, Remounted, district, assisted by an executive
l9d I Keel a..u.N. Watch J.wdryu2w.Cou TEAL TILE 4 CARPET VIA i. Eggery Tuea-AoriMO 10 A.M. director. The board has the authority,
I: .vf l Uwd Tackle Ii' Wed.-Aprll 11 6 P.M. to levy ad valorem taxes. A tax of
ChsnnM,1.19I pairing ? 131 N.Cherry St. Twilling 10 A.M. mill levied for
Monitoring ;. Frl.-April 13 two-tenths of a was
-04.7423KnTal df
.1 I Silk Flowers P.M. 1978-79 costing local taxpayers about
314 N Temp.o" -Slarke FlaSuilding Sto"' .-_ T064 6 WeA-Aprll 11 1 8000.

Macrame' Mon -April 9 9:30: P.M.
Molerioll w..S270 DO.DROPINBARGAIN Aim Pam Uwd ..,' V (Beginners) Tues-Aprll 6:30 P.M.

SL'PPUES.INC.. ,..._..NI NMd.Ipr..dt CBArr8SALVAGE (Special)) Wed-April 11 9 A.M.
Complete..,Id..Service USED CARS
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Ace Hardware Horn Imprava.menu. Recycle1 Work C........ Decoupage '""
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Builder. Recommendation U..d>i..iiHW-A. *>l>*<.*..Rug. Par Any" Make' CX C,5 BY O.CN MONOAVTHNU f ATUMOAY19OW 11 N
All At Fries.
fatlmoret.Complete S.rg.l. ""1 CALL SfritcTSTAKKI.
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: 0 YOUNG.OwNtuTCLIPMONI Some people believed an
t. t- Classes, Limited in the house 'would
londKopingCOOPER'S ft Auto Pan RdN.n9adlotnr
((80.41 0.4'77112 protect the children.
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L 1 range each day and hopes that "the .
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folks PA
young today
don't ever have to \ j gig 4.
Aa he walked experience the same kind of depression ,,: I .

them America all-a, young Peter Jenkins. we had. I don't think they'd be : ti' ; \ ( i, r.. t YYasMd. I
met mountain hermit able
a to take Il" .
tate governor, members of a Jenkins had no idea sucb "heroes" 9.. It7 ,n''. y ,,. ; UTAH p,, VA ..
commune, and lonely cowboys. existed when he began his walk across .. r,,, ,,,.441A t OrandJunction s, :4 ,
Oregon at the end of his r VIRGINIA I
5-year, America In Alfred, N.Y.. on Oct 15, BAl4
:Srmonth, 4,751-mile marathon trek 1973 '''{ COLORADO
after graduating from ,
college. INS' 'A 'Ib 4 t1Ata ,
Jenkins his Lak ;
portrait City !
real Confused
by the turbulent times, he + n NORTH ,
American Heroes.4They're set out In search of the country and t. 0' *W arV y w .fi? .,. 'f ,,q.n a CAFiOUNA ?
the farmers, ranchers, himself. ," J1Miv.Yfa 4r. t T Pueblo TENNESSEE
everyday laborers In this country\ the u
people who some think; are boring.
They all have a fascinating story to From the beginning, the young

tejl l, and make no mistake, these are college graduate met the people on ., NEW GEORGIA
the unsung heroes who raise their their own terms. As he so vividly h MEXICO ? Al
struggle to described In the AprU urn National \ ;
pay their bills, .,.tu 116 5t? < ) MISS. 9t ry .
quietly. They keep the Geographic, he did this by working In ,,;, s.a1,. .. ,
IJnilies r of this country sewn toge- a series of temporary jobs, which also -/1'/ r( ,'. TEXAS LA.
earned him the money he needed for ." ,.. ,. ,, '
; his trip. The story of the second part01thewalkwillappearthissummer I ", rev '.4
y M.'VSUl' ),! '4 .It. i i ,. ; .
Call of Resolute In Orisons ."
.' ''' PartOneOctober: '973-April 1975 Lak.C
National Geographic. <> M', ,,

?_- he roll call of the resolute ---- Part Two: July 1976 I -January 1979
Encountered by Jenkins
between New _
Orleans, La., and Florence, Ore.-the ,.- .'
Second half of his five-year odyssey- Found 'Bride ,x"i 01979 National Geographic Society

tacluded: He ended phase one of his journey- .... .
'r A 59-year-old, one-eyed laborer who covered by the 1977 article-in New. ,.. ; .
worked Orleans, and it there -", ...
jLta'd in the gas fields of Louis. was he met \

'tana and Texas since he was 14. to someone who more than measured up' < A 4,731-MILE HIKE acre'America brought Peter Jenkins a bride aIntroduced him to the people he call ".... unsung heroes of the United
"Cleani out a gas well Is tricky any of the heroes he had new faith in his country. It all began on CM. IS, 1973. in New York Slat StMee-th.labonn,rancher, and farmer-who keep the country and Its
business/ he said. "Just one spark encountered on his walk. Barbara Joe when the young Alfred Unlveraity graduate, troubled by the turbulent tradition aU".." Jenkln paused in N.w Orleans. where he wrote an .. I
could blow us to kingdom come." Pennell a student at the Baptist time. took lo the road la discover America. Fmm the beginning, he detercount of the first part of his trip forth April 1977 National Geographic.
A master leather worker who, Theological Seminary became his mined to Hop and work and live with the people along his .....Ills ob- Itln al.. married Barbara jo fennell I theN. After overcoming many
although crippled from birth, wife and together they set out for .verylhingfromwaiterInaMetksnrestauranttomughn.ck.nsn.ildg h.rdshlpstheyfinished the)walk InJanwey.nthe Or.pnt.
established a thriving western wear Oregon.
shop in Olney, Texas, and managed a Fire ants, brushes with rattlesnakes side of the road. Barbara became Awed by Rockies As Barbara put It, "My head was

small motel there. '"Most people violent thunderstorms, and delirious. The one-mile trip In a state On'the road again, they were over bowed and little waves of depression
would have given up," observed Unacustomed to hiking and heat waves added to the rigors of the police patrol car to a place that could ',come with emotion in New Mexico at washed over me as we trudged
walk. But through It all treat her for heat stroke the through the cold wet snow. Suddenly
Jenkins. "But through courage and camping, Barbara found it necessary they were was only their first view of the Rockies. "We ,
determination he was doing work he to make"a continual commitment" to determined to camp out whenever ride of the entire walk across felt some of the same awe that our I looked up and there In the middle of
tOYed and employln a lot of healthy each day on the road. "The physical possible. .America. pioneer ancestors experienced"Then the road. Just a few feet away a/

people In the bargain." pain has always been with me on this there wan trannulllty a winter beatulful little fawn stood looking at
A rancher in Idaho who had come to trip" she said. "I've learned to A blazing stretch In western taking In me. Everything seemed worthwhile
the West when he was nine and at 21 accept it, but at first it was almost Colorado was the wont. Their water Sometimes the loneliness and Lake spent aty Cola, "an Intriguing' pictures little again and I knew we'd make It.
'struggled to homestead 160 acres. The unbearable. My feet were covered gone and almost crazed by thirst the uncertainty of the walk seemed worse town set towering that "Time and time again these
bores have since multiplied to 15,000, with blisters that wouldn't heal and young couple were forced to drink than the physical hardships. The stretch the among mind and soul.peaks: beautiful experiences have happenedto
but still conscientiously rides the each step was agony." from a muddy irrigation ditch by the couple approached Dallas with only us at our low points. They
$1.87 left A chance meeting with a confirmed our belief in ourselves and
minister on a country road outside the Their time In Utah was fascinating. the walk and made It almost a

', city eventually landed Peter a job as a Peter described the state as "The religious experience.*
? 4M busboy in a Mexican restaurant Nation of Utah because the Mormon As for Peter, his life has been
Bradford County Influence makes It the most drastically changed by the Jobs, the
dramatically different state I've people' he met and the years on the

"The whole thing experienced In my travels." road Optimism has replaced bitter
Tolograph interest" said Peter. "I wanted my to in Idaho there was the rough and disillusion, the youth has become a

.? "" :,cam about the Mexican-Americans, tumble of a job of rounding up and man, and a fierce love of country baa

and earn enough to continue branding cattle. emerged.
; Local my trip. Besides, loved money the food. As The first snows of the season "I was totally down on this country
for the job, they must have liked greeted them on the lonely home when I started my walk," recalled
:, NOTICE OF .. work my stretch through eastern Oregon. They Peter. "Now I'm completely
; I was promoted to waiter after
INTENTIONTO I In only five days" were chilled and bone-weary and the dedicated to It. America Is 'in every
FICTITIOUS REGISTER : -4. t end didn't, seem In sight cell of my body."


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In the Circuit Court for against the estat are haunt edge of graded. ( Deedlin few insertion* Bradford Citiw; Want lids ; .

Bradford County', Florida required within three road thence run Southeasterly Tuesday noon preceding? . ,, ,, ....-...
In of Thursday before en--
I p Probate Division rai the dot of along edge public- I ,

estote Jennings of. Deceased.Lloyd Morion months the this first notice from publicollort to fil* with of graded thnc" run road West 463 263 fet feetto 'ation.Minimum charge 12.00.1|II {r. R'At'[ :' ", .. ', ,iiii! ( : cFO R. t t: ..R' ..t.'XIUt.KCHIVY $\ : coating BAKERS: service ASPHALT Is now and serving seal

HOTKEOFADMINISTltAflON th clerk of .he abov. Point of Beginning. J (Covert ) \ >, Keystone, Stark. and.
I I surrounding areas.
court a written statement Containing 106 acres, Eachwordoverllis SEVERAL fl'EMStCort, 3 GARAGE SALEs Thursday OFFICf AND WAREHOUUBulldlngsi I,,. rtCKur ntucxi ol new driveways

To all persons having of any claim or demand more or less.Together I 10 cents hp engine, runs cod needs end Friday, April 9. 6: chest $125 and $190. :3/4 ton, 4WO white ..poIo.rim. and parking lots; repairing
clalmt or demand they may hove. with the Not responsible chain, $75. SMALL CHEST- of drodftk and chair Phon' 964-5261 or 9646112. *. Pbon 9645253. 1009: and sealing existing
against the abova ..tat* Each claim must be Inwriting buildings and Improvements Lirrors when given over| TYPE FREEZER good con- coffee and end taMes, plu.hou.ehofd TFchg Southgate Drive, Stark asphalt. free estimates.Phone .
and oil other persons Interested and must In. situate' thereon; "the phone or when copy&i' then $100. Warde Solid Items and miscellaneous. PALMS APARTMENTSi Furnished 2/22 TFchg 964-B465. 1/25 TFchg

In the estate: dlcat the basis for the and ,the personal property Ito not typed and brought I! State AM/FM STEREO B Toke SR 16 to SR efficiencies and 1 BR 1972 OODOt DARTi 2 door: BULLDOZER WORKs large or
the ottice.
You or. herebynotified located upon sold track record player '75. 925 turn left first house wheels good condition.
.. mag '
claim, the nom ond ad- ----- opt.. weekly or monthly ""alliobt.( londcleorlng and
'. .. .. ., Phone 964-7231 Itpd 4/5. offer.
thai the dross of the creditor or left. 964-7816. Itchg 4/9. NEW FURNISHED STUDIOS. $800 or best leveling. Phone Jimmy Mar
f administration of the The above described HOCk York and londrace YARD SAils Friday and) monthly only. 2313 N. Tern- Phone 964-8241. Itpd 45 tin. 964-9230. TFchg
hi. or attorney.
..tot. of lloyd Marlon and the agent amount claimed. property. together with : "f. D'fS, f'r : boar approximately ISo Saturday, 9:30 to 4 p.m. On. pie Starke. TFchg 197 DODGE (...... ngen BILL'S SAW SHOPs Complete
fI Jennings, deceased. File H the claim Is not yet all of th. tenements., .- .. ..' ,., ''' Ibs 2 years old. good stock. mile out Butler Road. TWO APARTMENTS two with 1976 3 IB c.,. engine sharpening service, circular,
Numb.r hereditaments and $250. Phone 9647251. Itpd Miscellaneous Items. with less than 23.000 mile*.
Itchg In
It bedroom, unfurnished hand carbide, chain
due. the' dale
WOODED ACRI LOT 3 1/2 4/5. Good condition for $750.
I J 7B-S9l-CPl-2948)( ). Upending will become due shall be appurtenances thereunto 4/9. Stark Inquire Ta-Rena mower blode hollow ground.
miles South of Starke. Septic 964-5517 after S
; In the Circuit stated. If the claim Is belonging or In anywise llmerock YARD SALEs Saturday, Apr. Motel 1848 N. Tempi p.m. and balanced. Leave at
well 4/7.9
i Court lor Bradford Coun. appertaining will tank AID ALIt Saturday 7. 9 to, 5. Women and Stark. TFChgKITCHENETTIS Itpd 4/5 Jackson Building Supply.
contingent or unllqul and light pole. dishes. 1974 CHIVY 4WD pickup
driveway until. Clothes
ty. Florida. Probat DM- the be sold at said sale In a.m. children' clothes. baby bed. and sleeping Stark or Keystone Hts.
dated the nature of $5500. Phone 964-6698. 3/15 etc: Jimmy Bowan 926 radio heater almost new
; lion. the addrei of of. sold order. bicycle with bobyand rooms, TV. AC mold sec.vice > TFchg
uncertainty shall be pursuance 4tpd "/5 Euclid St.. Starke. 1 Itpd "/5. tI.... SWI. excellent condition. -
which I. Bradford County i DATED at Storke, also baby toy. In case of Weekly. and monthly. Phone LOSE WEIGHT safely and
stated. If the claim Is WEDDING DRESS AND Villa 3100.
I Courthouse. Stork. Bradford County rain postpone 1002 Butler Restaurant and lounge fast with X-l Diet Plan. S3.
detachablelong 9647251. Itpd
secured the security sleeves
i Florida. The personal Florida the 2nd day of Long GARAGE SALEi Furniture Rd. Itpd 4/9. available. Underwaod CUSTOM allpow.r Reduce excess fluids wl.hX..I.
described. The train. Site 9. $75. 197 FORD
representative of the shall April A.D.. 1979. small appliances new < used MOVINO-MUST Illll Motel 3 1/2 mile North of radio $3.90. Koch's Drugs
shall deliver Phone 964-8723. TFpd AT, good AC
claimant clothe. Tiffin crystal Starke, US 301. TFchg Stark 2/1 lOtpd ../5 .
e.'o'* Is Thlma AAor'W.stburg of the Clerk of Circuit Court. APRICOT TOY POODLES 9 Manual 'lawn mow.r.d.humldlfl.r heater car In excellent con
sufficient' copies
Jlnens 'and blankets, VILLAGI APTSl SIGN PAINTING Fast one
Jennings, cl.rk to Gilbert S. Brown. months old. House trained. weights and dition. $2,395. Phone '
who. address Is 407 W. claim to the moil George H. Pierce, Good for children. Phone Pfaltxgraff pottery antique barbells, exercise bench BR, modern furnishings, AC. 9647251. Itpd 4/3 day service.' See Rudy of-

Jefferson Street, Stark. enable the cl.rk to Pierce B Hardy, P.A.. 964-7S36 after S p.m. 3/29 silver serving pieces and portable heater Phone- carpet, walled garden patio 1976 FORD LTD. loaded Waldo Flea Market. Friday.Sat. '.
one copy to each per- flatware, and ., and Monday.
spreads curtains 4311573. 4/5. off-stre parking. 315 W. Sunday
Florida. Th. nom. and P.O. Drawer 1030 4tpd 4/19 Itchg AM/FM stereo cruise control
tonal representative.All lamp. White 9648601. Bestto TFchgALCOHOL'CS
address of the personal Starke, Florida 32091. FOUR WATERFRONT LOTSa .wing GERMAN SHORT HAIR PUPPIES Washington clean. Phone 964-5689.
InterestedIn machine, golf clubs before 8 3/22 '
representative's attorney persons Attorney for Plaintiff. 50x197 ft. $2500 each. toy. 3 mo. old has been call a.m. best offer. 4/5 2tchg 4/12
". the estate to whom a and much. much mar.. ANONYMOUSl Phon.
forth below. Phone 9043898082. TFchgTlAM..OLlNI. wormed. Phone 964-5451 1977 WINDOW TRAVEL
or. 4/92tchg4/l2.
copy of this Notice of Saturday, April 7. 9:30: a.m. MIMOSA MANOR mobile 964-5148 or 964-6982. TFchg
All New. round. anytime. Itchg 4/3. VANi LWB AM/FM. two
.i persons having Administration has bn to 2:30 p.m. Mrs. James H. home pork mobile "home control. SEWING MACHINES
claim. demandsagainst CIVIL ACTIONIn list $599.99 sale $289.95. stereos, CB cruise
.l\ the or .stal or. mailed ore required 8x12, list $399.93 sale Mlnesinger, 368 Mimosa 1976 REGAL Trl-Hull boat, and spaces for rent. Phone AC PS. PB 4 captain chairs. REPAIRED All makes cleaned
within three months' Drive East off Beitent Rd. 468-2912.3/22 TFchg oiled and adusted. $7.
Phone 1-778-3227. walk.thru windshield bargain at 6900.
$229.95. Nice a
WITHIN THREE the Circuit Court
iJ i rqulrd. from the dot. of the first Jax. TFchg Any questions. call runabout 85 HP Mercury, 28 PT. MOTORHOMI Phone 964.7113.5 2tchg Work guaranteed. James
1 MONTHS FROM THE publication of this Eighth Judicial Circuit of WITHLACOOCHES WATERFRONT 9645717. Itpd "/5. fully dressed. Must see to Rudolph Hutcheson. Phone 412fy73 Strickland, corner MorganRd

I DATE OF THE FIRST notice, to tile any objections Florida In and for Brad LOTSt New septic appreciate. $2500. Contact 964-7966 after 6 p.m. 3/29 CHIVY PICKUP long and Hwy 16. TFchg

4 PUBLICATION OF THIS they may have that ford County', Civil Action. tanks, good drinking wafer YARD SAils Two families, Dan Rosier Rt. 1. box I 128 4tpd 4/19 wheel bos*. $1300. Phone REMODELING BUILDING.
NOTICE to fll. with th* challenges the validity of Florida Bank at Starke, a good terms. Phone April 6-7, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Lawtey, 7823889. 4/5 2tchg TWO ROOM APARTMENT 9647327. Itchg 4/5 REPAIRSt New kitchens,

cI.rk of the above court the decedent's will. the banking corporation. 904971541. 3/29 Stpd 4/26 Clothes for baby children 4/12. efficiency weekly or monthly 1971 TOYOTA CORONA baths, family rooms. Brick
a written statement 01 Plaintiff "vs, Emmett R. and South rental. Bel Air Apartments .
maternity. block concrete. Fireplace
of the Deluxe, tires battery
qualifications personal SIGN PAINTING Fast, one new
any claim or demand Craig and lenorah R. Orange Street. Itpd 4/5. COUCH: AND CHAIR French Lawtey. Under new AC. radio. excellent specialists. Griffls Construc.lion. .
I representative or day service. See Rudy at gas
i th.y may have. Each the venue or jurisdictionof Craig. his wife; and Kenneth Waldo Flea Market. Friday, Provincial must .sell $200 or ownership. TFchg mileage. Run good. $700. Phone 473-2108 or
best offer. Phone 9646974.
:: be Flint and CLIAN. nicely furnished
claim In
Carolyn 473-2578.
must writing Phone 964-8503 after 5 p.m. TFchgBRADFORD
the court. Sate, Sunday Monday. .
and must Indicot the Flint his wife, Defen CHAIN LINK Itchg 43.UNISEX house Two bedrooms. 525 4/5 SEPTIC TANK
4 All claim.. demands, TFchg and IIAUTY SALONs 4
basis for the claim, the dant. Case No. 79-120 material. Do It yourself W. Madison St. No pets nochlldr.n. 1977 PONTIAC PHOENIXl SERVICE Bradford residential -
and objections not so fill.ed DO DROP IN House Installation available. location .
Bargain stations good excellent .
save. Apply -in
name and address of the Mortgage Foreclosure.NOTICE person Real 1 good condition 'low pump-outs, $45. Commercial
will b. forever bar US 301 South. We and 964-6394. 4/5
buy Free estimates. HandyMan prIce 527 N. Walnut St. Itpd A/5
i creditor hi. or OF SUITPROPERTY Price negotiable. and Industrial. Fully
L or og.nt mileage.!
sell used furniture. Phone Fence 9648559. 412.WOIM .
Co. TFchg 2tpd ON KINGSLEY LAKEi two
attorney and the red.Date Phone 9647499. Itchg 4/5 licensed. Phone 964-8121
of the first 964-6740 9 to 5 bedroom house, furnished
I amount claimed. If the To: Defendants, Emmett and HARVESTING TFchg
Mon.-Thurs. 9 6 Fri.
of this Notice
publication around. SI65/monlh.
claim Is not y.t du. th. of Administration R. Craig, Kenneth Sat. 3/1 TFchg MOVING Must sell May tog machine, like new. $400. year fee. Phone 1973 VIGAi run good. $995 BABYSITTING IN MY HOME'
: $30 clean.up
i dot when It will become Flint, Carolyn Flint and washer like new SIOO.AI.e Phone 16922116. Charles or will trade for truck. Day or night. Weekdays on-
; due shall be stated. If 4/9/79. to all others whom it PATIO COVERS 10x20 $179 >>, Westinghouse' gas 1. Box 34-B 533-2261. TFchg Phone 9645452. Itchg 4/5. ly. Will serve hot meals.
Ethel D. Ellerbee, A* unlnstalled. Limited supply. dryer good condition $ Strickland Rt. TWO BEDROOM house ,, .... h h' _. .. .. Phone 964.5645 after 5:30:
the claim Is contingent or Personal Representative may concern YOU ARE GATOR ALUMINUM 4620 Hastings Fla. 32043.: Itchg trailer on SR 225 (Bayless ='' 4/5
See M. Renner. Apt. M.3, ; p.m. Itchg
I unliquidated the nature shall of the Estate of N.to D. HEREBY NOTIFIED that NW 13th' St.. Gainesville Pine Forest Apts. llchg 4/5. 4/5. Highway,). Phone Owen ,, ;. ,.Mr(0".... ; .,:$,A 1, .1; SEWING IN MY HOMEt Also,
of the "
uncertainty Opal, Deceased.Attorney an action to foreclosethe 3729767. TFchg YARD SALE SATURDAVl Alvarez 9645219. Itchg 4/5 .t will do alterations. Phon
.. ... \
be stated. If the claim I.I I. --
following In Church Road. Across
for Personal property Bethel Mary Johns, 964-S645. Itchg
.secured the security Representative: GeorgeH. Bradford County from church Clothes odds NEWLY DECORATED Two FOR SALI BV OWNERs Three 4/9

I shall be described. Th.I PI.rc., P.O. Drawer Florida: and ends. Cancelled If rainy. bedroom home, nice area. BR. 2 bath home In country.Big GUIDANCE AND MENTAL

claimant shall. deliver 1030 Stark., Florida Itpd 45.VACUUM. $170 month plus $IOO security barn 7 acres, owner will HEALTH CLINIC IF you know

sufficient copies of the 32091. telephone The West half of the FAULKNER deposit. Phone 964-5294. hold mortgage at 8 1/2 pet.. someone who needs our

I. ', claim to the cl.rk to 904-964.9701. 4/5 2tchg Northeast quarter of the' CLEANERS- llchg 4/5. 25 pct. down Phone assistance, call 964-8388 or.

enable the cl.rk to mail 412.In. Southwest quarter of r VACUUM CLIANIRSt any 964.6112 or 964-9261 for 496-2347.3/22 4tchg 4/12

on. copy to each personal Section 1 1. Township 6 fl g brand. Overstocked. Pricedto appt. TFchgI HOME REPAIRS remodeling

representative. South Rang. 21 East, REALTY sell. Al young 2Vt miles I I I MOBILE HOMES Why pay painting, patios,
All persons Interested -the Circuit Court. containing 20 acres North of Stark., US 301. MUST SELL more? Buy direct from factory reasonable prices. Phone

in the estate to whom at Eighth Judicial Circuit In more or lets; also that REALTOR Itpd 4/3. |.iquidation of new all steel building large selection of 24., 468-2651, ask for Jackson.

I t copy of this Notice of and 'for Bradford County, portion of the Southeast HAY FOR SALE Round boles. 40x72)14 >193 per sq. ft. 14. 12 wldes. STARKE HOME Itpd 45PRIVATE .

Administration has been Florida. Case No. 7343. quarter of Northwest 964-5065 each. Arthur Gaiklns. 60x108x15 2.19 per sq. ft. CENTER US301 North. Open TUTORING Certified
$19 9 dusk to 6 Grades
to 1 Sunday. experienced.
mailed are required T.M. Edwards, Single, quarter In Section 1. Phone 7823140. TFchg Call Collect 1-904-387-2889
I ,Phone 964-8741. TFchg 19. Reasonable rotes. Also
WITHIN THREE MONTHS Plaintiff vs Lois Hogan, Township 6 South Range LIMEROCKi Allen Taylor. Century Steal' Buildings r.m.dlolln.tructlon. 525 W
FROM THE DATE OF THE Delia Rose 2305 N. Ave. Starke TWO BEDROOM one both ;
Covlngton 21 East West of the Temple Lawtey. Phone 782-3172: I Madison St., Starke, Itpd
FIRST PUBLICATION OF and home on 4 1/2 lots In Stark.
Tyson Jesse Tyson Easterly 252 feet which weekdays after 6 p.m. or 4/9
THIS NOTICE to file any Johnny Tyson Defendants lies South of the county anytime weekends. TFchg $23.000. Phone 9647866. THE MOWER CLINICl All

objections they may graded rood known as RESIDENTIAL ", AHIA HAYi Argentina HIGH WOODED 4/5 2tpd 4/12 kinds of small engines
J I have that challenges the NOTICE OF the Primitive Baptist .- highly fertilized. Phone Housi FOR SALE 419 N.Cherry repaired Including reboring
validity of the decedent's SALE IN BEAUTIFUL St. Contact Freeman
Church Road '9646071. TFchgWATSON'S fat nverslxe pistons. All
3BR, IB, Frame In town. SI 1,900 *
I I will. the qualification. of PARTITIONNotice HOUSI OF Register, III. Phone 964.5888 ,ioi lawn
2BR, IB 1.14 acre. $14,500 ... .It, LOTS types mowers
.41 I the personal representative has been filed againstyou Hwy 16 West-3BR'IB' one ocr. "P'> (09> VACUUMS Many brood of days 'or l.468-2703'ight.'," '-'"'. repaired Henry,T.-Browder.
or the v.nu. or I. hereby given and are requiredto vacuums Used 4/93tchfj'4/19 Sr.. 964.5760. 42tpd 4/12
you 3BR, IB. Brick nice one acre lot with large oaks. new Secluded Quiet
'Jurisdiction of the court. that the undersignedClerk serve a copy of your machines available Parts TWO BEDROOM frame CHILD CAREs home environ

AIL CLAIMS. of the Circuit CourtIn written defenses If any FARMS & ACREAGE4BR and accessories for all Secure Over One home on two lot. In Stork. ment. Fenced yard. Ages 2

f DEMANDS AND OBJEC. and for Bradford to It, on the plaintiff's vacuum systems. 404 NW Acre Across from BHS SI4 N. and up. Phone 964-9610.321
Each Paved
TIONS NOT SO FILED County und.r and virtueof attorney whose name 10th Ave.. Gainesville, Clark St. $16,000. Itpd 4/5 Butler Terr. Beginning April
WILL BE FOREVER BAR. the Courts order and address Is George 2B, Con. Blk. with 10 acres and 2 barns. phone :376-7110. TFchg Road With One 16. Limited space. Itpd ../5
well &
4 acres with driveway. Lawtey area. KINGSIEV LAKE 50 ft. lakefront -
RED. entered In the above FILL DIRTi top soil, foundation -
H. Pierce, Pierce I Hardy '
2'/i wooded, South of Starke. frame
acres large older
Date of the first publication cause directing sale of P.A., P.O. Drawer and yards. Jimmy Martin

I of this Notice of the property hereinafter 1030 Storke' Florida 7 S ocres-S7SOO-Easy acres-$5,000-Easy Terms.Terms. 964-5230. TFchg 6,000 to '6,5OO home.9648185.Priced Itchg to 4/5.sell. Phone

; Administration I. described, will offer for 32091. and file the
4/3/79. sale, and sell at public original with the clerk of WATERFRONT 1974. Mountaineer, self- 15% Down 5 Yrs. FOR SALE:

Thelma Mary auction to the highestand the above styled court on contained sleeps 6, and
Wettburg Jennings, A. best bidder for cash or before May 7, 1979; 3BR 1 B, Con. Blk. house only 2 years old on Sampson Lake.One electric like new. Also has On BalanceCall ,Need More Room?

Personal Representativeof at the East Door of the otherwise a ,judgement acre on Crosby Lake In restricted area. attached owning. 3150. 064-6464 Billion C. Pearson
the Estate of Lloyd Bradford County Courthouse be entered Older Home With Thee
\ may against Yi ocre-100' frontage on Crosby lok..S14.5OO. Phone 964-8828 or 9648806. 24 Hours REAlTOR
Harlan J.nnlng., In Stark., Florida you for the relief ''A ocre lot on Crosby Lak..R..trlcI.dSI3.5OO. Itchg "/5. Large Bed Rooms And 2
D.c.as.d.Attorn.y. on April 30 1979 at 1 1:00: demanded In the POWELLREAL
complaint ILL i.1'l:1': t".flRm"
Bathe Priced At
for personal REAL ESTATE FOR SALE! 767 Right
P.M.. the following or petition. COMMERCIAL 1" .3"06
Grand and Weldon Streets. "
Jam. R. 11.000fLORILANO
representative described ESTATE
property WITNESS hand and
my Phone 9645612. Itchg 4/5. 3BR frame on 2 acres paved
Flynn, P.O. Drawer 1030
situate In Bradford Coun. the seal of sold Court
on large service station with remodeled offices.Equip. included rd. Need repair. Good REALTY
Starke. Florida 32091. ty Florida to-wlt: April 3, 1979. Gilbert S. 210 Hwy 301. terms 12800.

telephone 904-964-9701. Brown. As Clerk of Sold 218' frontage on Hwy 301-Service Station pumps and tanks

I 5/5 21chg 4/12. The Northwest quarter Court By: Tanya PatrIck Included. Older 2-story frame S BR 1 964-7700

In the Circuit Court for (Nw'of) Southeast As Deputy CI.rk.5 Hwy 301 North 19ffx200p lot with small con. blk. bldg. ),_J BA $23,000 terms. Peal Andrew Asso.

Bradford' County. Quarter (SE'/i) of Section 4tchg 4/26. Great Location. LO, Dan Asse

Florida Probate Division. 13, Township 6 South Mobile Home Park-12 acres Included 8 mobile; homes. 3 BR 2 BA CH&A Plus 2 BR I
Range 21 East and South NOTICE OF Room for expansion.
MAINTENANCE BA on 10 acres 55600.
half (St4)) of lot 8. or ..
In re': Estate of Neta D. NAMES OF
Dyol. Deceased. Southeast quarter (SE) PERSONS APPEARINGTO MOBILE HOME OR BUILDING LOTS HOME t INCOME: Comfortable Well I .DriJIing
NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION of Southeast quarter BE OWNERSOF ., Florid. Stsel's" ) Baldwin' Mill currently has 2 Older frame home, 9

(SE>/ ), Section 13, Township ABANDONED These lots can b. purchased 'for as LOW as 19% down. openings tar killed mslnlensnce' personnel' I rms, 1 bo 50 pecan trees 2" Thru 6"'

6 South Range 21 PROPERTY J Experience requited In electrical mschsnlcel j 3 rental mobile homes 1 Fast

To all persons having East also starting from 1 or 1V ocr. lots Hwy 100W. ; end hydraulic Industrial maintenance. extra hook-up. Apx. $400 Rotary

claim. or d.mond.against the Northwest corner of Pursuant to Section 13 lots with w.1I1 septic-as low' as 2995. mo. Income 6 acres Drilling Equipment
the obov. estate Section 10. Township 6 of Chapter 717 Florida It Salary' 0,87 Or Higher Based on experience j $69.000 terms Broker- STATE LICENSED
and all oth.r persons South. Rang. 22 East Statutes,. entitled Paul H. Faulkner-Realtor Owner. ...... ........,....,..

Interested In the estate: run South 880 feet for "Florida Deposition of Susan M. B.kkenRealtor Apply et our employment olflce Pumps

YOU ARE HEREBY Point of Beginning; Unclaimed PropertyAct" Evenings' t4-t172 Monday thru Friday 8 To 8 or Furnished 2 BR Mobile .S I. S S S S .e..I S.SINew

NOTIFIED that the thence continue South notice Is hereby Home on.I ocr. $13,900.
administration of. the 880 feet t. thence East given that the persons REALTOR ASSOCIATES j; Call f04/286-4281 a UsedSaleaPartaServlce

estate of Neta D. Dyol. 1317.30 feet, thence listed below appear to Irene Faulkner-Eve. ....5142 '" 4 to :26 ecr. 'In lawtey
deceased, File Number North 869.3 feet thence be the owners of Veda M. Settles-Eve., ....5... .' Mr. Ron Rgueroa 53.000 per atr. terms.

1-2992CC.: Is pending In West 1314.65 feet to unclaimed personal or Julie L. GriffIs-ive. ,,,.741t ': FLORIDA STEEL CORPORATION

the Circuit Court for Point of Beginning. and Intangible property presumed I Water Roed. SB 217{ 10 acres fronting SR' 230 e.S....E-Z...Twma"Plumblnip......,.....
Bradford' County. lying In the West half abandoned. THIS Yellow and Wilson Rd. 22000.

Florida. Probate Division (WV4)) of Northwest DOES NOT INVOLVE Baldwin. Florida 32234 !

the oddreis of quarter (NWK) of Sec. REAL ESTATE. Lillis 36.35 Acres 1340' US 301 ... ..

which Is Bradford tion' IB Township 6 -1dCet
County $56.500 terms.
Courthouse Stork.. South. Rang 22 East; Account Number: Starke, Fl.; J-2163-0007 I I I New Installation

Florida. Th. personal Save and excepting J-0101-0001; Appar.n.Own.r. Sprague, J.J.. Magnolia Results An Equal Opportunity Employer UF'wum 80 A farm. 3 BR 2 Ba home Remodeling Repair
therefrom the Clark Rebonna Hotel, Slarke, Fl. .
representative"' of the following: ; born. aut-bldgs. 30 pecan ..
CSeSS s.L.e.s.ee.s.
I : .,tat* is Ethel D. ElI.b. .,- Commence at the'Southwest or Bessie L, 1731 Old J-0748-0006 Weaver .. trees fenced I cross'fenced

; **. whose address I.I I.i I. corner of Southwest lawtey Rd.. Starke C.D. __ ._ ._. _ ----m--- $150,000. Durranc.:

2817 Clearviw Av.nue. quarter (SW%) of FI.32091: J 0029-0008: Information conc'.rnlngthe I '1: .IIS.S..ese..........

.i Panama City. Florida. Northwest quarter Cole, Fred. Rout 1 Box amount or description A, OPEN HOUSE 100 acre farm. well septic

1 i Th* nam and oddreis of (NW'/m) of Section 1.. 140. Stark Fit of the. Property and ; ft *lec. Apex. 100 pecan PUMP SUPPLY.

.:. the personal repr._ Township 6 South. Range J-0029-0007; Cole. Fred. the names and addressof Two new ottroc'tlv*furnished homes will be available for previewing Saturday I Sun. trees, divided by paved
tative's 22 East and run North Box 747 Stark. FI.i| the holder may be obtained COMPANY
attorney or set day April 7 1 B. ,. ,. road. SI3O.ooo.QPFICla
k forth below. 880 feet for a point of J-0101-0002 Gllsson by any person 'Hijj

All persons having beginning thence continue R.L. J02670009. possessing an Interest In SR 21 South t the entrance ol Keystone Club Estates. Twrn et 864'N. Temple Ave.
claims or demands North :370 feet to Mcleod. 1016 Pratt St.. the property by addressIng Lewtey tewe/if.
school Baptist
F" __ an Inquiry to GERALDA ;.', Century 21 Showcase Properties. Realtors. church. Then right .. Starke Fla.
LEWIS. State
I" Comptroller
:; 473-4903
fellow .
Church )
< f Abandoned Property T i
PUBLIC NOTICE Section Attn: -- 1 tIl iuiiuii.i ,-e-i-i-- 'DAY, EVE. a WEEKENDS

I Harry B. Carson;: ,1401 "- -- Phone 3-3M f'
--- -- ----- 964.7O6''I

.. The Mayor and Commission of the City of Starke, Florida propose State .Capitol.Florida Tallahassee. 32301- NOTICETO .

: to file an application to the U.S. Department of Housing
j ((904)) 4872583. Be sure

and Urban Development for a Community Development Block to mention the account : ALL INTERESTED CITIZENS AND TAXPAYERS OF Over 13 aw tract ee>. .l..... city limits.: ...X'

Grant for FY79.Community number before ,th. name BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDAYou rd ve..a. MB.O > : y*"' **rm .
I f Development Block Grants Funds are intended as notice.published Unless proof In this of are' notified that the Bradford County Housing .
: itiLifflFL:
.' to either benefit low.and moderate income persons or serve to ownership .la presentedto Authority will hold Its organizational meeting on _

i prevent or eliminiate slums and blight. the holder by June 5. the Cou WeH-.
1979 P.M. in
April 11. at 7:00 ty.Commlssloners'
Pursuant to the regulations of DHUD. public hearings: will be 1979,' the -property will Wednesday, BwlMin lets.. City

held at the RJE. Cafeteria, at 7:00 P.i, on April IS, 1m and be delivered for custody Meeting Room of the Bradford County Lincoln City end Rene

i April 26, 1979, to receive public comment and citizen participation to Florida.the Comptroller Thereafter, all of Courthouse Starke. Florida. Among matters to be 'con- .Several.... 'Income producing apartment buildings ,'to,

i: in the development of the application for federal assis further claims must be sidered at the meeting will be the retention of Invest- W* need Derbies ef ell kInds. from arl ever the trod.are. *

: tance. directed to the Comptroller ment bankers bond counsel! and local counsel and such .. ILL POWELL

.' of Florida. jp
GERALD A. LEWISCOMPTROLLER other matters as required. w Roberts Jr. Real Estate
Merrill Edwards OF .\ George < '

!t City Clerk ,, .. Chairman 9646464 24 Hours Jr" :
, Ii i FLORIDA i'.,, -,, .
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Want Ads .. . '
Phone.*...noo rtJJlnf ,.1
Il-I 193 N.Temple Avenue at"REALTY ;
fOR SAn : .to.t SA'( \ < I tHUp'WIMn I: :
: UrWAltTEd:I : ;
I .. I 6 oc with bedroom home. O TelegraphLEGALS

small equity la VA mor
19" GMC JIMMY: 4X4.PS : FORD MOTOR! 333: engine.' opproxtmotely t
Pall er Part Time LPN's a AC.tAFM stereo, Platform scale Walter :a block from Main hove insurance experience, tgage. ..... I II
RN'.: Detoxification while multl track Street $150 Call 496-2126 Call 496-3136 Apply at Joe I6
Cents : Wood. Rout I. Bon 423, 2 house, live In one, rent I PHONE 964-7778
In lok. City. Contact Shirley 39,000 mile, auto front? Lake Butler 496-2041) Itpd or 4962903. 4, 5 tfnchg4B8S. Usher, Insurance Agency other. In with 1 acre CECBUATIRWIUEGAR "(
Adel Nurslna Suprvl.oi 431."53. Itch$\ "/5. 4/3 I' '. I' lake Butler tfnchg. of 'land. county 20fl N. Temple Sterke. "arld.SPECIAL. .
732-8073. Salary I Rsttr tsssteatsetasssa
Rang (
IPN'I$7.809.09 to$8.960... GAS iTOVEr! Good condition
RN-s 9062. to $10.2'.30. Call 496-3441.'. Itchg Beautiful Spinet-Console : ''sERVICE$}, "i WANTED'Licensed 3 BR 1 Bath In fv-4 aa. on NOTICE OF
3/29 2tchg 4/3. 4/5. stored locally. Reported like I So. 301 trailer. extra INTENTION

DINING ROOM HEIP ...! new. Responsible party can CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES hookup >*, TO REGISTER
No ,
Real Estate We did It agelnl W* f.und. doll ,house In town FICTITIOUS
mane Retlaurant. WaldoFlo. FlUTte Exeeirent Condition take on low payment Free estimate, local
$160.00. balance. Writ before we 1.9 3 B. Room house. stove refrlg. 2 gas Included./ th* NAMEPursuant
Apply' In person. "IS Coll 496-3907. 4/3 distributor for completely Salesman acre
4tpd 426SOMEONI tfnchg. end truck joplin Piano. p washable nationally advertised Old barn.kveningst. unheard el price ,

TO TRAIN fo O Box 3064. Ram, Gordsetle Draperies, Sft Fult Time Active $8990.00Attention to Section ".
refinlshlng, and wood work MOVING MUST' Sill Georgia. 30161. ttpd 49III W Enterprises. Ed or loma Guaranteed Floor Time Please cell 865.09. Florida Statute.

Interview. Thursday, April 3of manual lawn mower; "' :;: .: .... .. 'Stephen, 4962219.: 3/1 Best Commission' Verde P. Oeam, Broken notice I I. hereby given ,
:] p.m. No phone/ call. Nexperience < i dehumidifier; weight, barbells : !!; :: Hnchg Schedule. ORI. Phone 96.1474PeadAndrew. Veteran B Conventional home .wn..f W. that the undersigned I.J.Cowling. .
Starting and exercise bench: t..n" 370 West Call
necessary > ._e-. have new homes) ready for Immediate occupancy and
../5 rat. $3 par hour. Itchg) portable, 4/3.hooter' 4311573.llcha :! .. .. .. .. I CLARKE SAW SHOP Complete Broker Does Not I.O.Dell .* -.7591WANTED evallable financing Call today to quellly.Attractive Street Stark '10.
32091. doing business
.. .... SIX OUNCI contour Coca sharpening Compete With Awocletes
hand circular' mower brick hem en Rd. 230 with 3 BR 2 Bath. Central under the firm name of
lAY FILLY 6 'mo., tire' I I. Cola bottle from lake For
I "E.J.
blades, chain saw. Leave at UstlnS Heat A Air 0 private dining roam carport fenced DOWLING
bluopap.r.d'Appaloa.a Butler, Florida Will e+ snss
lllfllGOOD I pay :
mare- registered $20.00. Wm. V. Sellert' P.O. Crew Building Supply 7/3 CALL FOR CONFIDENTIALINTERVIEW yard 'let 100 JC 300 best location. STABLES", U.S. 301

., ".. ," quarterhorie. $HO. Call Box 6222, St Petersburg tfnchg. 64-e484 OR To PurchaseCommercial South, Stark. Fie, ,<
APPLY IN PERSON brick UOO H.-Cherm of an Intend to
New delightfully spacious *q.. 32091.
496-2176 496-2903. 4/3 Beach Florida 33736.
PRICES PAID for used or
USE THE IAUNORAMAT at Income antique farmhouse yet convenience of custom built register aid fictitious
mobile home If mortgage I I. tfnchg Stpd Hwy. 100 by the Handy Way. BILL POWELL 'ham 3 BR 2 full Bath, CH&A. large 'Inside utility ,roam name under the,prolli..Ion. .
3paid or HOME mar.SALES OLINMOBILE IS ACRES 'In Union County. 'i ".t[33PHI;;: \ W* have a wash, dry and REAL ESTATE Property From OwnerP. dishwasher. disposal tmortty appointed on one half of aforeiaid

Providence area. Wooded: I I t fold service: 25 cent a O. BOK 430Sterfce acre Immediate possession S290 mo. pay 9V% Int.take statute, .1'
96H-S606. 7
days N. Walnut
weekly, TFchgWANTEDl fenced hometlte Would, Maine make Real nice ,. ,: : :: ::, : 3/31 pound.tfnchg Attendant on duty. 118 Starke. FL Florid St.323.00 cash to mortgage Under 40000. E Doted..). Dowllng.thus 22nd Owner.day of.

and tires.Mobil.Will home pick axle Estate, Realtor, 496-3979. BLACK PIT BUllDOGi 1/2 Two story colonial apartment house superb location en March: ....D: 1979, at ."

OlIN'S MOBILE HOME up. 3/13tinchg. year old; femolei, pregnant SEPTIC TANK AND GREASE Walnut' St. large apartment upstairs consisting of 2 BR. I Stork. Fla, 3/22 .",pet

SALES 964-3606. Open 7 REDUCE! FAST AND SAFE $200 reward. White TRAP clebnoul. new line, MARY KAYCOSMETICS B, IR, 'DR, "eat-In" kitchen plus porches; Dewnstolrt an 4/12.
day a week. TFchg with CoBeie Tablet 8 spot on breast Tom reasonable. Joe Fortylh TOMMY'SLAND even larger apartment with 2 BR and 2 Beth -3.000*...ft.

TOP CASH PRICE PAID for E-Vap "water pill*" at Andrew Jenkins, lake Butler Itchg' 4311022. ,All business' ap pretty ground plus a picturesque' cottage nee door. ,I
W. Main 4/3 preciated. 3/31 tfnchg. Louise Starting All completely furnished with family heirlooms..lot I I. NOTICE OF
coin, sterling, dental Drug, 225
,... ... ,.. .w ... ", .... _.. Walnut 300' back. INTENTIONTO
rings, GF crap Jewelry, Street 3/29 2tpd 45WITHLACOOCHEI 473-3092 150' on by on
Wilt' KEEP CHILDREN nlgh..jFamll" j Evening REGISTER
chain, optical frames, WATER j i .
watch band, etc. Phone J. FRONT LOTS New septic "INWANCE. ".... .. ... atmosph.re.Reasonable. 4962466. Itpd Brick 4 BR 2 Both CH&A en FIVE acres .Take S9.900 cash NAME :

R. Bullington.. 964-6250. tank: good drinking water : .. .. _Jot.... I 4/3. Offer Fast and owner will finance at B percent. THIS WEEK ONLY. JfJ

TFchgWANTED: and good term> MAINES INSURANCE AGEN! $"5tOO. Pursuant to. Section| .
TO RENT Posture. 4/19 Response And Ralph DryaD
9O".971.5.S 3/29 4tpd
S. Lake Ave.,. Lake 863.09 of Florida'
CY 160
20 to 25 acre with good The best of Bradford for horses B tattle..Excellent access
1967 JEEPSTER CONVERT-) Butler' 4963978. CompleteInsurance Free Estimates Real Estate Statutes', notice I is
f.hc. Phone 964-7263. 3/2") to Gainesville Owner flnonced. Winding up a rural reed
BLEHydraulic: cloth top. Airconditioned. Service. Ads Get hereby given that .the
2tchg 4/3 pest a beautiful stream and majestic tree you com upona
Continental Phone 984-5734 2JOS N.Temple' Ave.
CAR SEAT FOR TODDLER: EVERYONE IS INSURABLE) breathtaking view of 120 acre ef rolling lend fenced undersigned loTrelleM.
kit com .t.ly! 'rebuilt. Call ResultsKeystone Srerke,Fla.Phone P.O. Box 37,
Phone' Linda Thomas, Immediate coverage by 44-S7M and crossfenced assuring the utmost In privacy.:
964-7385 anytime. TFpd1IIIM1111 496-2126 or 01962903.5 phone JOE USHER f SR IB. Main Street

....",,,. .,'. ...... ,'" tfnchg AGENCY l 496-2126 or NORTH CAROLINA Office open Monday thru POTPOURRI The best of Saratoga Height 3 BR 2 B, Breaker, Florida 32622
I" W \ 496-2903.unchg MOUNTAINS Saturday 9.5 p.m. Sunday CMeA -large family room,double garege.......Nice Ocala sole owner, doing busl-

;, ((I 1 111 I I u- 3.. ACRESTRACTSfantoetlc by appointment. Block ham on Lake St.........13 acre en 301 8 Merger ness under the firm
.... know what desire end will locate name of THE COUNTRY
Rd... Let we
,,,.. ., ... ..,. rl '; Aria flds I view BIO, ACREAGE 356 acre for y.ul w* you OWl with mailing' ad-
FREE PUPPIESi Germai overlooking valleys. This with '/. mile highway fran dress and place of

Shepherd 8 wk.. old. I 3 tract would make a dandy 10".. lucllle Cpnn.rSpry Associate '.......20 business at P.O. Box 37,
female Phone 782-3366 FOR S Alt:1978 Pontiac Sun. fall SALE Worm casting, LOANS AVAIlABlEiAny mini farm. Has a large log GO FIRST CLASS. S BR. 4 SR 18, Main Street
Upd ../5 bird 13,000 mile, 4 33 Ib. bag .$1.SO'- 473-1417. amount, home or venture. barn, else has spring and bath, Cape Cod on 14 Brooker. Florida 32622
FREE TO GOOD HOME: cylinder,AC,power steering, 4tpd "/ .26 Ethel G. Batchelder RI.2 even has a creek that run acre Intend to register'said
Three abandoned loveabl power brake. AM/FM Box .409 Keystone Heights thru property. Border a fictitious/ ram at the office
dog. On. largo white mali radio. Clean excellent condition FOR SALE 30 ft. Air Stream Fl.32656. Licensed Mortgage paved highway. A steal at RAMBLING 4 BR. 2 bath on of the Clerk ol' the ,
hound one mixed beagle 473-3163 Itpd "/5.., see ot Dad and Brad'sTrailer Broker Phone 473-2383. only $ 500. Good term. six acre COMING SOON"Timberidge" Circuit Court of Bradford

type female puppy. am Park one mile south 2/13.Tfn. $2100 down, assume lean. County, Bradford County
small.brown female terrier HELP WANTED.Hou.ek..p.r Excellent CASH FOR GOLD Sterling.Jewelry CONVENIENT 3 BR, 2 bath .
and child,' care' of Keystone on Florida on receipt of proof
Th.y are tired of living 01 diamonds coin,
condition. ol Ihis
Itpd /5. of publication
home. lake Santa Fe.
front porch; need good In my '
my Will visit
dental gold. gout one acre. PASTURE 70' A NEW SUBDIVISIONAND
ham. Phoni Must have transportation. IMPROVED notice. 4.
9 loving&6322.. TFpd Daytime four day per UPHOLSTERY Don. In my home anywhere. Mr. Rltt- Dandy garden spot.This I.I acre of Bradford' finest Undersigned further
week Lin Sealey. 475-1979. home. Work guaranteed.Your man. 473-1089.2/1 tfnchg. a handy man special with 900 ft. on highway HOMES WITH affirm that the object of
I I I I 11.... 11 J 11111
BINGOi American legion finished
because It I J. not
or 4751269. tfnchg 3/29.. fabric or mine. this business I I. to deal in
473-2393 Itchg 4/3 Post 202 Sunday 2-3 Inside, roughed wired end RANCHETTESi 3 acres and m A TOUCH OF CLASS all lawful business.., and

LEGALSNOTICE FOR SALEt Small mar., gentle p.m.iSoturdoy: 7 p.m. Public plumbing completed.Water mobile, home ((5)) four acre the undersigned I I. the
good with children. BURGLAR AND FIRE lnvlted.9tpd and the outside Is lots ((1)ten acre lot ((3))two u.I.: PRESENTED BY tale owner", of laid

$125. Call, 473-2844 even. ALARMS; Residential and LAKE! LOTS' FOR completed large deck acre lots ((3)) one 3 4 acre business,' '

," OFINTENTION Ing, ttpd 43..pr.Hd commercial.: Free.,'Imot... SALEKeystone Height. 2 'overlooking mauntelns. lot*. RALPH BRYAN Dated, at .Storke.Floridathis.9irudo .
TO beautifully wooded lots on You can live In It while you
', '''' .' "'KW"l ; DON HILL,, .SECURITY clear, 'sand bottom'Sirven ilnlsh" It S miles from LAKEFRONTI21(6": mobilehorne. > '

"t.'i w''R"'.<..(. GIS'l'E1f! (! .1.llP......,... .PIJ. ,;"Cf:on':.. fpWvr)4'ANURE:.Hp ,W! Ifnchg SYSTEMS J,,73J5J9. ..../5 !,. L rRIu'Od6dt4.YMtMfMWlda Murphy. up.IM.SOO. S5000 ", screened! pe/ch."r',. ,I ...,.,eo >.>,.REALESTATE; Meroh.At.El.i..T97.L.f. latrelle" M.'' Hamilton..ii, ', "'

.. NAME1'I\1' dumped for garderi Call count'for cash.:' SevercP'1 down, assume loan. PRIME COMMERCIAL, 400 31224tpd4r12: hi .
F.E. Grainger 1-346-3681 and 1/" ocr.homeslte with ft. 301 frontage with water CALL OUR CONSTRUCTION -i /q. '.,
: Pursuant to Section Hawthorn. .'pd5.26 tin. EARLY AMERICAN access to lake Brooklyn at 2.7+ACRES located on large and sewer.BUILDING .
863.09, Florida Statutes only $..SOO. each. ,Commercial stream real good access. NOTICE OFINTENTION .
notice I I. hereby given THE CLAY COUNTY Board of,. double bed, chest, dresser lob on SR-21 North I About on. acre gardenarea LOTS In town
I 9647896ROBERTS
that the undersigned County Commissioner hoe night fable. Excellent condi available, Owner- er pasture. Plenty of and out. TO REGISTER

Georg.W Robert, 1229 the 'following position. tion. Originally$850. asking Salesman. 473-4373. 2/22 room to build 3 or 4 ...a..r.N..r.... FICTITIOUSNAME
BessentRd., Starke, Fla.. (CETA) available/ 'for Interview $330. Price negotiable. tfnchg. houses, Lays gentle Large Your satisfaction
: TITLE II-Site Aid 4733873. Itchg "/5. trees this tract Plenty Is our future!
.32091, doing businessunder Secretary Research Men..........e Sr
j the firm name of S XCRESi on 214 near of privacy. SS9SO. $1500 Pursuant to Section
CENTURY 21 Roberts Analyst Information Center, FREE KITTENSi 6 week old. Keystone Height'. $300 down Plenty of wild game Ralph P. Bryon Evenings 863.09, Florida Statute, .
Real Estate, 986 N. Temple Receptionist Service Patrolp.r.on.FI.ld YouthCounselor Ready to delight youngstersfor limited down, $89.81 per month. and good fishing In this Realtor "..620. Qmum21 notice I I. hereby given
Fla. Easter. Supply Phone 473-4058 or 473-4367 [
Avenue, Slarke. Mechanic area.These that the undersignedWade
Clerk 6 left. Call 4734428.Itpd E. Douglas ''
only Wayne
32091. Intend toregister Welder Draftsperson after 6 p.m.3129 tfnchg Selesrnon = A. Behr. US 301 >
43GIGANTIC .rok.r- ,
said fictitious Maintenance Helper Deputy ore a few of over Phone '....'593 REALTORDovld RJ North lawtey. Fl. 32038. -
name under the provisions Clerk, Right of Way 2000 listing We hove all I doing business under the
of aforesaid Technician. To qualify for GARAGE SALE' GENE REESE REALTY type of property listedfrom I Dyal. Associate. REAL ESTATE firm name of "WADE A.
.... '225
statute these positions you must be 'SR-100 east' to 214 at Gil- $500 per acre and up Phone BEHR REALTY. US 301

George W, Roberts, a resident of Clay County mo's. mile Baker's Road. GENE RUSI! We have small tract: we i' North lawtey. Fla
wrier. meet the employment Right to ,rail fence. Friday m also have' several! cabin, 964-7828 32058. also "WADE A. "
Dated this 15th day of qualification of the CETA and Saturday 1lpd 4/3. REALTOR houses, old' farms, etc I BEHR REAL'ESTATE1 intend '

March. 1979, Starke, program and be' Writ.er call for free listing 986 N. Temple Ave Starke, Fla. to register said Helltious '
disadvantaged. U-PICK STRAWBERRIES. SOUTH STARKE: 3 BR/2BA call free
Bradford County. Fla. economically brochure. You can name' under the V
3/13 4tchg43"NOTICE If- you feel you may Highway 301 |lust south ol' CB Home on 2'/i acres onEvergreen of charge by dialing' 3 BR I B, 2.8 acre outside, (sty Frame provision of aforesaid
qualify, apply at the Cloy Hawthorne. : Follow signs for Ave. $43.300. 1.B00( -N67421. 'Wrlt..r

INTENTION County Community Service. '1'.oW miles. 8 a.m.6 Pleas li.m.Closed br. NEARLY NEW: 4 BR/2BA call today. Cry.rol'ak.' lot. 73> ft. frontage "*. stotute.,Wad A. Behr. owner, .
St. Green Cove Monday. Walk to Keystone His '
Walnut ,
915 '
TO REGISTERs Dated this 22nd day of
FICTITIOUS NAME Spring Fl. .I ltchg4/S. 481-3300.ing own':2tchg4/S container- 12 schools ches. Lake, shopping access. 44000.A chur Murphy. N.C. 28906 Mocclenny-3 toom CH A. BR :3 B. IR DR FR with fireplace." '1' Break. March A.D. 1979 at xStarke

Fla. 3/22 4lchg
pursuant ta Section BRASENGTONCuUBaefldetnobile BUILDING LOTS InKeystone '
865.09. Florida Statutes. WANTED TO BUY OR RENT. Hts and Melroie 10 acres pasture land Bayless Highway-area, Al11.
notice Is hereby given Urgent before May 1. Well area from 3000.: NORMAN TRAYLOR '
that the undersigned Sales& Service constructed home, plus LAKE LOTS A ACREAGE. AND DIRT S area off 301-N

ELAINE PAULA NUGENT, Fine Selection Of Used utility room. lend Contract 40-ACRES toned for shopping FILL Frame 4 BR .IB, 10 acres in country IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF

390B Cherry and Bridges Cart Taken On oi1 rent In Keystone Height, center, on HWY 21) just Starke, Fla. 964-5374: THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL ','.
St., Starke, Fla.,. 32091 Gulil&dd7Yale* Theresa or lake Geneve North of Keystone It No Answer 782-3422 Sampson lake lot 100 ft. frontage CIRCUIT IN AND FOR ,

doing business under the 2001 .W.rI337s.5301 .,....In area 26 year*. Contact 1 Equipment On Hand 20 acre 301-S.. i'> BRADFORD COUNTY

WORLD firmname DAY CARE ol SMALL, 390B GAINESVILLEPMELIHG:\/ Bell Rebo Children'ThompsonAnn Bible, Mil- GENE REESE REALTYREALTOR Two Wheel Drive Loader With Grading Bo.Sm.1I Frame 3 BR. 2B LR DR don corner lot CH A. In town, FLORIDA .
390. 8 Wy BlideLsrgeDoier CIVIL ACTION
Cherry. and Florida Bridges, 32091 St.Storke. ? .r s--S' lien, Inc.P.O.Heights or Io.39Keystone cell47347(2..Itchg OH 473-7076 Eve....n.265SIRCIt'S JQ 780 4 Wsy Blade Brick 3 BR, 2B Lg. FR with 'fireplace, CH A acre lot. Newriver CASE NO 79.125, .4.4IN

i Four Wheel Drive, Loader With' Root Rske Or Bucket area. .
said 4/S h:
Intend.o register BRUSH CHIPPER REs: 'The Marriage of. .
fictitious name under the Starke Country! Club area 2 lots. .
provisions of aforesaid.statute. ,
/ IPM PEST CONTROl Hu.band.P.lillon. ,
Services Provided Block 2 BR, lB. LR, DR. fenced yard garage In town. and
,.Elaine Paula Nugent Paneling Molding | I Driveway '' Lsndclrlng JENETTE JACKSON

owner I Kitchen Cabinetl | SERVICES OF FLORIDA I floed Drainage Ditches :3 Story frame, 4 Bit 28, LR, DR, )In'town. Wife,Respondent. ." 4.?,.''
Dated this 15th day of Counter Tope 5 Custom Lot Clewing! Custom, Grade Work :

March 1979. of Stark., ,1 Vanities 1 RATS i FLEAS Materials Hauled Brick 3 BR, l'i B, lR. DR aced 10 acres'In. country, CH'A.3BR NOTICE OF ACTION ;i
Florida. 311 IS 4lchg 4/4 V: .
'I FREE I a i ROACHES Topsail'' 'L4; ?;:j; Llmerock. Red Msscnry Clay Ssnd'FIN I B, 'frame, acre lot, handyman special. ?? TOi JENETTE JACKSON lj I

e. Bradford Mini. ; ESTIMATESIYAURIlJORIISBR iC9. "r+l 0 320N. Temple Fill Dirt Band, -.:;:. Dflnfleld' Rock .481%. 3B, Brick In' town (R. DR f R with; fireplace, CH ..A.3BR known Wife/Respondent address Route(last I.

3 'Storage ., Box 83A. Words. \,;
:roo' Starke Fla. '; JB. FR with fireplace DR area LR many extra block Alabama' 36922 ', '

'527 S. Water St. I I .In town. .

964-8286 9645534Janet .' FOR NEW HOMES WITH 38S. IB, from. In town. YOU,ARE NOTIFIED that 0/-, :
140 S. Thompson St. BI a Petition for Dissolution i .j

6" N 10' r16Mo.14'x10' EL' CLASS"CALL Large 4 BR,2' i B_Bnck. IR, DR FR with flr.plac.'auftdry ol Marriage has been filed n ." .'j:

'26Ma I Old Ceo Cole Pearl9e4.5i11. M. "A TOUCH OF room. Ig. pantry :1 cor garage ,with. Ig storage room.30x40 against you and you '", !
1 pool screened patio many extra too numerous to are required to serve a "

10',* 20' MS Mq. ---- mention, large lot CH A, privacy fenced back yard. copy of your written '.
-.i...... IMigBBEBBasWOMadame TARLINGReg. .---- .. defense, If any to the'

10 acre Smith Lake East of' Keystone Height. Petitioner er P.Ut'.f' .f

RALPH BRYAN / .. >.i ?'"/...* f Attorney, JEFFERV{ ",.\.
Jace Real Eskate'Brokec'\ : 2 story frame In Iowa,'income property, perfect for 2 GARMEl. Florida Legal'.
301; North Trail Motel' Lawtey' REAL ESTATEi apartments, double Corner. lot i. Services Project. ,2614 Inc.SW., Prison 34th i l'':' :(;,. ,'\
Palm 1st -* r'PsychicAdvisQr Office 762-3931 1:30 PM Q PM i Moccfenny2'srory from.4 BR 2''i B, IR"c"with" fireplace.OR. Street Gainesville. I Ii.

,' Home'762-3896 FR with fireplace Den*, corner'lot. .Of A.: '2'Largarage. i.Florida 32608. on er xbefore "

Adwsi.arsv \ 1' SMALL ACREAGE 1.15 25' K 25' Shell some. ,end file the original with rt '

will rod taurnllr.III.such Lorh:cgiunsf( D'rMsnsge.L.w8ue.sndiusWre. : Acres to 2.31 Acre ,roc". $2.'7S0. Btlyer must 'r acre to! on.N. Grand St. the Clerk ef this Court '" .
ill sftelr el life pe Rural VERY to his own:(lot .Ither.before service on' ,: ;
Zoned Open relocate
: '.: ,. ; Brick 3 BR ,H. B, LR DR. ft, ber> ot.W1"9 ; '
jSpeculations. 't14':U EASY TERMS CB 9S4-7896 Spacious :: Petitioner' ,-nof'Of f ', <- .'
Ov.rcom..1II*f.uW..I.fc T A0113 10 Acres fronting' room CH Ai 341? ,petal'Completely fenced, lit) town"" *, .)' Immediately '('hereafter? ; ";',<.,} I
enemies bed lucK.. .1' A0101 liven/ w"II" \ art' a' County maintained, good dtoirtago.A ,:w 'i, otherwise a default will, f ( -.i'/,: '

'Tim 8pirltu+ l Medium T.M #?''f"" !*..W! \ need: *. tomplot.thishometoyourgraded,specification presently FINANCING. roo..J'OWN AVAILABLE R GE08GEW.ROBERTS Broker ; be entered again-) you; :: .
iny other- you have egerc' bedroom I fHA/VA OR for the\ relief/ demanded '
superior finished ere a .
know-ari* w '
with small downpayments A..ee..tetekfcerd In the Petition.DATED ; i'
walk-in closet
< bathroom
ntu"ocr {SIBOO per_acre, CONVENTIONALYOUR Reeeit Jwlrrti Flynn ) This 9th day el r' ;:
kitchen area. ;d
and ,
nlW q 4 ,
Q0Rd :
Aim Oedwln Slice
Prharll Petty 1179.
Look for tit d sign, In (ron ci'' Mel\ (11btnO LoCated On large let t In Storke.A0109 1.0'14D' HOMESTEP .}"\ .' LOT OR OURS t I UceiMee1 TsssteMwsft efCeii "" >SI Rid Saute Corporation March.GILBERT K.BROWN! f ;!;p"r

From Very nice home In Used to be a Strawberry .. ... : ,,
SoUth ln'StLBka'AccroSs aria_"I J ,-.. Clerk ef.the Circuit Court f
\.. on US .30' C/mpprauhd: a.;"1. .- lawtey/ :3 BR,, )with Stucco Ferrn" type operation B.3'' YOUR PLANS OR OURS agrelop. _+y ti) .iy: Marten MtKoir I, "
'I K. OA. 1i. n.a'1u btorlor..L.golof *hoded. .Acre, with Frame' home.FIREPLXCE ., .L r ....... :3 I. t.J.tchll4 5. ,
open o.uy 0'01 .mto 10'0'pm": with Oak and Pecan Tree_ In Living Room. .. ." ,t.' .... '


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t>..:! i7lt Apr. 5, 1979 .1II L" ", .. (;@i .', ,-.: .,:' a f"" :..' .. ;11I :,,J'

SFCC Spring Registration .J''M''P'. J ; .1111' ,Izq.m. ; n county: PUBLIC.N.OrrGE: : ) II 1j'. ...: ,:a ; ;_. I

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7' -y
YORK COUNTY OF ; "I'lAkINGJ M OWNER*&> theo.t -. ;'".tar .,sasbR.'1f' ..,. m AND FOR .IINIOtrfi m. '
Set For April 11 and 12 SUMMONS WITH ; : ABANDONED PROPttTVPur ,.... ,octkM 7, h+wMMp, | 9 .. nORI0A. CtVH ACTION NOt tfYp"' : J' '
Index No. STAT'I I : I* "at. ..... In whleh on.. *d GwwM '

Registration in Starke for the Spr- to take the tests at the ***** !1.0 Section 13 of Chapter "17. Wet,,. Richardson HHIf R. BEAStlY '
ing Term at Santa Fe Community Col. Gainesville campus. CRAIG !R. TRUDE, Plolntlff; Florida. S......... entitled "Florida Dlipotltkwt All of old property being In the County of LUMBER CO.. a dissolved I Itlon. -11
leg Is scheduled for Wednesday anc" The tests are short and self scoring TRUDE. Defendant y- of Unclaimed Property Act. notice It Union. Slot of Florida *t ol. Dof......... "'. .

Thursday, April 11 and 12 from 8 a.m which gives the student Immediate : hereby given ;4haf the pertont fitted Unless such certificate or cortlf kofot lhall ACTION TO . .
to 1:30: p.m., with an evening session feedback as to their level of academic: ACTION FOR A DIVORCE below appear to be me owners of be rdnw according to law, tM pro- \'I' '.

from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday ability and readiness. They help the unclaimed property presumed to be abandoned. pony described In such c.rtlflcate or cor. AMENDED NOTICE Of' ACT1 ;,
April 12th.Students!. student and his academic advisor to To the obov nomed Defendont THIS DOES NOT INVOLVE REAL Iflcoioi will' be told to the highest bidder ;' ..f\;.. '.:< '
may register at the Starke schedule the best courses for their YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to s.iv. ESTATE at the court house door on tM 30th day of TO: DEFENDANTS, EMl'I11.UMIiD1C'O..__ y; ..q'..'
Office for all SFCC classes, including first semester In College. The assessment o notlc. of oppeoronce. on lh. Ploinliff't April. I97, during the legal hour of talo.Datod dissolved" Florida. corporations iOWWtCMEICS. .

those at the main campus: In program takes about two hours Attorney within 20 day after tho ._le. this 29th day of March 1m. K. W. HUNTER OtUAfirerttt*.. 1Ei";
Gainesville No appointment is and the results do not affect student of this summons. oicclutlvo of Iho day of Account Number. J0:.18.0002; Apparent GERDA K. MUGS Indlvlduotty..vrtfx** '..'
necessary for Bradford residents who admission to the College. ervlce (or within 30 days after' tho service Owner, ChrltlM." Jacqu Ti: J-JI43-0004: ; Slgnaturo: Robert A. Orlggor. Clerk of Trustees; and SELMA. MONSOW>*.Sh 'J. .

register here. Santa Fe Is sponsoring a special I It compl.t. If this summons it not per- Hall. Ralph' Route 1, Bon 197 !Rollord Circuit Court of Union County. Florida. 4/5 Matthew Road !Orangeburg;;- South.

The dates of the Spring Term are course in Zoning during the up- tonally delivered to you within tM Slat* Florida J-0318-0006: ; Hamilton. Chariot' ; 4tchg 4/26. Carolina 2113, "If living .". '

May 1st through June 18th. coming: Spring Term. The course, of N.w York): and In cat. of your failure J.0310.0003fogon; Harold; J-0318-OIXM: *
"Principles of Comprehensive Plann- to appear, judgement will be taken Johnson Aaron L.; J-03IB-0005; McGulre.T. AND "If dead, or If not known M be .

Testing for New Students ing and Land use Regulation agalntt you by d.foult for th* relief .; J-0463-0189; Moody, Jeanne Rout. I. In th* Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial' Cir dead or olive, th* several and. .**** ".
Santa Fe will also be administering (Zoning)", will be taught by Scott demanded In the notice let forth blow Box 313. lake Butler', Florldai J-03IB-0001; cult In and for Bradford County Florida. unknown spouses, heir)"4.vifee : ; .
diagnostic: testing for new students Koonz Director of Local Planning Doled March 8, 1919. Murphy Jasper B.: J0233.0022: Thomas, Cat No. 7343. grantees, creditor or other par$ IM< Vhs%.'.., : ,

April 23rd at 9:30: a.m. at Bradford Assistance for the North Central Smith and Clark P.C.Allorn.y.forPlaintiff. David Pout Office Bon 133 take Butler' T.M. Edwards. Single. Plaintiff v* Loll Ing by through, under .or ejMrwf.'thwobov '":." .." .. .
Florida. named natural Defendant,' :t .
School. Florida Planning Council. '
High Hogan Delia Covlngton Rose Tyson .
All students planning to attend The class will be held at Bradford 73 South First Street J.... Tyson and Johnny Tyson Dofen- AND any and oil unknown rMwrat-fM % "
SFCC for the first time this Summeror High School on Monday nights from Fulton N.Y. 13069 Information concerning the amount or dantt. .on if olive and If dead or not known I*.
Fall should plan to take these teststo 7.9:45 pm. beginning May 7th. The description of the Property and the names NOTICE OF be dead or ollv., their teverel ;,emt,
what English and Math course may be taken for credit: or for and address of the hold. may be obtained SALE IN respective unknown (pout**, "M'r' O\.
determine .
take. Those who take the audit 1< by any person 'possessing an Interest In PARTITIONNotice devltee' *, grantees, creditor ..< f.
courses to For more information, call the San- the property by addressing, and Inquiry to parties aiming( by through" ..tgndW'\: j '
testing here do not have to keep any ta Fe Office at 9645382. NOTICE: Th. object ol. this action If to obtain GERALD A. LEWIS State Comptroller ,li h.r.by given that the under old unknown natural' persons, who! stake .
a ludg.m.nt of divorce dltcolvlng the Abandoned Property Section Ann: Harry or may claim torn right title' err nferatt
signed Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for
marriage b.tw..n the partiet. B. Carson 1401 State Capitol 'In and to the land which ort! th* *u |llKt
Water A.S The r.lI.f taught It, Tallahassee Florida 32301. ((904)) Bradford County under and virtu of the matter of this lull; .;
Court order entered th above
>& A judgement of abtolute divorce 487-2533. B. sure to mention the account cause AND. the several and t sportive .'
c sole of the
'favor of the plaintiff dissolving forever number before the name as published In directing property hereinafter unknown assigns' ; successors In Interett,
4/ described l, will off.r for sale. and sell at
'the bonds of matrimony between Ih. par- this notice Unless' proof of ownership Is trustees or any other persona party
public auction to the highest and bt bidder
ties In this action presented to the holder. by Jun. 9, 1979 claiming by through under of .og0in.r
: Solve 3& for cash at the East Door of the Bradford
Let Us It
the property will be delivered for custody County Courthouse In Stark. Floridaon any corporation group firm or1 other"
TO: NANCY H. TRUDE: to the Comptroller of Florida. Thereafter legal entity whot exact legal ttatw I is
1979 1:00 tho followIng
April 30. at P.M.
! Starve T&atet eons e4. e-=>> Th. 'foregoing tummont I I. lerved all further claims must be directed to the : unknown and named at a Defendant
?"iIl9 described property situate In Bradford
upon you by publication pursuant to on Comptroller of Florida herein, ; .
ord.r of Hon. Richard N. Donovan, a GERALD A. IEWISCOMPTROLLER County.. Florida to-wlt: AND any and all claimant, reruns; or .

LOCALLY OWNED I OPERATED Juttlce of the Supreme Court of the Slat*' OF'FLORIDA. The Northwest 'INWV.) of parties, natural' or corporal, ,KxWho t;.
SALES t SERVICE of N.w York, dated the 3rd day of March April 5. 12 179. quarter ( exact legal status It unknown.claiming" .' r' .:
Southeast .
Quarter (SE'4)) ol Section 13
COMMERCIAL I RESIDENTIAL 4/5 2tchg 4112 under any of th* above named detcrllx : .
1979 and filed with the complaint and'oth.r Township 6 South Rang. 21 East, and ,
ed Defendants claiming to-
or parties or
papers In the office of the Clerk of South half (S'/i' ) of Lot 8. or Southat .
964-5294 964-8851 hove any right title or interest In and to
t the County of Oswego at Oswego New quarter ((51'4) of Southeast quarter th* lands hereafter described
York. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR (SE'/). Section 13. Township 6 South
We're Here When You Need Us TAKE NOTICE that this It pn action TAX DEED !Rang 21 East, also starting from the YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to "

for ob/olut. divorce; the relief taught It a Northwest corner of Section 15 1 Township quiet title to the following property ho :
judgement of' absolute divorce In 'favor of NOTICE IS 'HEREBY GIVEN, that ElsieYeates 6 South. Rang 22 East'run South 680 feet been 'filed against you by the above named -

LUCKY WINNERS the plaintiff dissolving forever the bonds the holder of the following certificates for Point of Beginning, thence continue Plaintiff 'In the above nomedCourt I
of matrimony between the parties In this has filed sold certificates for a South BOO feet thence East 1317.30 feet, the purpose of. quieting title to and tremoving

Homer and Judy Padgett of Starke action; In case of your failure to appear tax deed to be Issued thereon: The certificate thence North 669.3 feet 1"W..t" : cloud from th* title of PlaintiffIn ..
and real
judgement may b. taken agalntt you. numbers and years of Issuance, 1314.65 feet to Point of Beginning and lying to property located hi Union
Won The Drawing At The Bradford County Dated March 8, 1979. the d..crlptlon'o"tho property and the I In th* West half (W%) of Northwest County Florida described, a*; ;; ., .J :> .'

names In' which. (. .was. assessed are as quarter (NW'/i) of Section 18 Township 6 TOWNSHIP" SOUTH.RANGE 20 EAST... ..
Fair For TV SetCONCRATULATIONS Signed: Bruce N. Clark Attorney for follows: South Rang 22 East; Save and excepting I'ARCELNO. h. .
II Plaintiff 75 South First Street Fulton Certificate No. 1314. Year of Issuance. therefrom the following: Commence at' Section 13:NWtt of SWM lying Wf '

New York 13069 Phone- ((315)) 52-4291. 1976. 1977.Description. the Southwest corner of Southwest of River containing 20 acre, mar* -or: '.
3/22 31chg 4/3 of property as the North onus quarter (SW'/.) of Northwest quarter less. ; ;
I (NW/4)) of Section 18, Township 6 South. PARCEL NO. II:
Rang 22 East and run North 880 feet fora Section 16: SE'/ of SE'/i lying Watt of

i point of beginning, thence continue River, containing 20 ocr., more or I.... '

North 370 feet to South edge of graded .
rood thence run Southeasterly along You are required to serve a copy pf yerir
': edge of graded rood 463 feet thence run written defenses If any to Plaintiffs
Y 000anPlantThat West 263 feet to Point of Beginning. Complaint upon RAYMOMO O.

,, Containing 106 acres, more or I.*.. MANASCO JR., Of th* 1 law firm of DARBY
CJs Together with the building and PEELED PACE B BOWDOIN, AttomeV for
yr l' .I. Improvement situate thereon; and the Plaintiff whose address I I. Post Office,

personal property 'located upon told Drawer 1707. 327 North Hemondo Street,
premises. lake City Florida 320S3i on or before

The above described property togetherwith April 16, 197, and fit* the original" with
all of the tenement, hereditament th* Clerk of this Court, Dither" War
"Green Stuff"With and appurtenance thereunto belongingor service on Pia Inti If'* attorney or Immediately ,
In anywise appertaining will be told at thereafter; ot--'.,-'* '

said tale In pursuance of laid order. d.foukwlUb.wt.rdogainslyNMate'. .. ". .\.
DATED of Clark, Bradford County relief demanded ,In th*CemptaMn!"'I 1 "

Florida' the 2nd day of April A.D.. 1979. WITNESS my hand and teal of thisCourt',
I Clerk of Circuit Court Gilbert S. Brown. this 13 day of March 1779. < .

George H. Pierce, Pierce S Hardy P.A., ROBERT A. DRIQGERS, Clrk. ,of Circuit
P.O. Drawer 1030. Starke, Florida 32091, Court. By Violet Jones, Deputy Oerk. 3-13

Anytime. Attorney for Plaintiff. 4/3 2tchg 4/12. 4tchg 4-S .


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