Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01701
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 12, 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
 Record Information
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
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01701
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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vestigator George Tomasovitch has
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$645,000 Building \ the past two weeks, after being taken
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Bowen an investigation Tomasovitch
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Program Planned ,/ .' Chief Bowen denied reports in the I
Gainesville Sun that Tomasovitch had ,

1I been demoted, saying the In-
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By Board shorthanded Lt. Denton DeVoe

i iI nn suspended Scottie March Rhoden 2 and were two

s' Working in special called meetingsover on the BMS construction are high and policemen have resigns Pt!. Chuck
the past month, the Bradford that bids will come in lower than the Leasure Monday,March 9, and Philip
.A J .Iki1'Ii School Board has put together a estimates.The Lyons earlier this year.
i $644,415 construction package that middle school! was built in 1968 Bowen ordered the Investigation
will see walls go up In Bradford Middle for $405,000, Supt Tom Casey said. after Information concerning alleged .,
School and a new 8-cIassroom: The open classroom concept was used wrongdoing was supplied by the state .:
: : wing built at Lawtey Elementary.The then partly to save on construction attorney's office March 2. Bowen said

11 \ major priority In this year's costs, and because in 1968 the open Tomasovitch had told him he had interviewed -
construction by the current classroom concept was being advanced all policeman ,and com
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school board Is putting walls in the as thing pleted the investigation
middle school. When the walls do. The open concept has been con- Tomasovitch, however, said Bowen "
: the hallways _made necessary will tinuously .criticized by parents ordered him to drop the investigationbefore
because of the confusion it
take classroom creates he had really gotten started on
up present space
however, and cut the capacity of the among students during class. This it,adding he was not allowed) to talk to
I school board is determined to erect some patrolmen on Bowen's orders.
..i'.o._ .... : school. Therefore,building a wing on walls to turn the visisted
{ facility, once State's Attorney Investigator Wiley
i r.41I .--:. to Lawtey Elementary also becomesa
a ty by educators from all over the Clark also said that
V Item country as far as he knew
t t'f classrooms priority at Lawtey, no can portable be movedto to see the open concept in opera- the investigation was not complete

i9 I I'd Brooker and Hampton.The self-contained tion, back into classroom a more conventional school. case.when Tomasovitch was taken off the

board wants to move eighth
I graders from outlying areas from the (tee page 3)! The grand jury will reconvene today
I middle school and keep them in (Thursday, April 12) apparentlyclose I
school at Brooker Hampton, and to reaching a decision, courthouse I

.....:.. I I t'' + b Lawtey,.thereby necessitating more.iJAsuttooi .. Class; oI1979Headed a subcommittee sources say.which Insiders met last Indicate Friday .. I,
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grand jury today's session., '
plans' : to build the new wing at '. ,
Lawtey, the board could resort to by Bowen"'said he turned over in-

I rM building more portables. vestigative duties to Philip Sugga .

V .. .., Trimming over $70,000 from the because he needed to 'catch up on
-' original$361,668 estimate of architect some of the slack.' The chief said
Craig Salley for erecting walls in the D. BaldwinDwayne three cases in recent weeks had not
.\l. "'. Uclili Fnibvr. and I'liilip :SIM ill in front. of lliclr. 'bahioH.' solar plateiollct middle school, the school board been closed out, and Tomasovitch had
lot's lillt'ellIlI for u IIIIII..illl.'M! rrli'usv photograph.lop. agreed March 26 to go with a budgetof Baldwin has made refused to work the cases,
uoiM-ix put the fhnal Itiui-lics mi aM olloitor.. and Su till helps tarry 5308,000 on that first priority only
renovation three B's In his four years of secondary "He would do .
tlu finished |>r right; llieeMwiliwulal ImildiiiK! IN irrirttrd In the but window of l'. S.Sular'n Two weeks later after assurances'were education to compile a 3.906 after he started the internal in '
Irmpnrurr| .> nffU't building, u tunu'rted" founlr> houne.ItiKhl. received from the State Depart- grade point average and become the vestlgation. He wasn't cooperating : ,
Kurln'f gl!h rs some iitlcnlioii lo 'Holur dug' and -Millar "111.' r ment of Education by Supt.. Tom valedictorian of the 1979 graduatingclass with me in doing the work I wanted," l':
Itrlmt, it'* onluppropiialt' u Ii l iiliu, >s t ilrprmlrnt 011. nature' .'....rR" betwilled Casey; the school board okayed a of Bradford High School. said Bowen who denied the shift of !
in u rural natural selling To lh<> right/ stands future rvt'i'iithr: oUiffH $336,415 construction project at Tomasovitch was connected in anyway I
and ,s.i\ill's H l|>stiilid honip Lawtey Elementary. The board has Baldwin is the son of Mr. and Mrs with his early findings in the in "' f
been anxious to give the go-ahead for Jerald Baldwin of Starke.A 'vestigation. "
construction drawings to be made for According to Tomasovitch, Chief ,
the LE addition, but withheld a motion ( tie developed for the honor of be- Bowen told him the internal -investigation t I
until given some assurance that ing the salutatorian of the class of was priority matter, and { t
the district will receive the state 1978. Both Sylvan Williams and Todd he was told to drop other cases until 1
capital'outlay funds Supt. Casey has Ashline earned grade point averagesof ,the investigation was complete. !
I been anticipating for 1980-81. 3736. Miss Williams Is the Investigator Clark confirmed that

The $346.000 estimate of state con- daughter of Mrs. Rejoyce Johnson the state attorney's office had ::- i
I at struction monies to be received by and Albert Williams of Lawtey. presented findings of Tomasovltch's t'
Bradford County for 1980-81 is most Ashline is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vic- investigation to the grand jury, and I

conservative, Supt. Casey and tor E. Ashline of Starke. intended to use all the Information I,
Business Manager Eddie Douglastold gathered. Clark also said."It is our I
the school !board, and the monies To graduate with high honors, with (state attorney's office opinion that .
received should be a good bit more grade point averages of 3.5 or higher, George (Tomasovitch) is the only .:. 1
than the $346,000 are Donald Wilson, Pamela man at the Starke Police Department ,; \1
I Some$14,000 was trimmed from the Stalnaker, Irene Wainwright, qualified to handle investigations like 1
LE project by architect Salley priorto Melanie Morris. Marsha Goodge, Thu we need.
the April 5 meeting in which the Ha Thi Nguyen, Tracy George, Tomasovitch explained his feelings : !
design drawings were approved and Patricia Mujllms. on the investigation. "I believe In due :
construction plans ordered drawn for process; nobody's above the law. If -
ar'ii r t submission to the State Departmentof Honor graduates, with a grade my early investigation disclosed I
Education (SDE point average of 3.0-3.4. are Julia nothing, why is the grand jury investigating -
The board committed Itself only to bid Chambers, Monique Gravel, Vickie ? I
the Lawtey Elementary project, and Corbitt Marlene Dawson Phyllis Tomasovitch said Chief Bowen
said It will not award a construction Davis, Cynthia Green, Cynthia Griffith gave him complete control over the '
+ contract until monies are actually Cecelia Infante, Marvin Tyson, investigation and then dropped It. He
allocated by the SDE probably In July -. Harry Green, Cynthia DeWitt Lori added that no one else in the department :
Shinn, Debra Harper Michael has picked up the internal in t
Prescott Carlos Hernandez. David vestigation. ,
Partners with the Sun
With some $400.000 in state capital, Jones, Ana Floirendo, Sarah Biggs, Tomasovitch has appeared before .
outlay funds already In hand, the Louis Muir, Grover Meyers, Sharri the grand jury three times, and Chief :
school board voted March 26 to proceed Dobbs, Stephen Loznicks. Elizabeth Bowen has appeared once. Bowed ; : \ .

Owners of new solar collector factory hope for sunny future to bid and award the contract on Dyal Melody Lynn Barton Carol said it was the duty of Tomasovitch j-lT
the middle school. Salley plans to
Hayes, Sharon Hobbs, Robert Staring and every policeman to cooperate ful- ;
submit final construction drawings to Michael Futch. Lynne Johns. I ly with the grand Jury : : ,I' ,
the school board ,at its regular .
B> Cal :MasseBCTStaffUrllfr>' Savlll. a free-spirited 32yearoldwho serves as executive offices:a production meeting April 16, with the intention of i iid I
has been self-employed in building,a,testing center,a painting middle 1 :
receiving bids May Dav
Guard ] Newham Better
various business enterprises since his building, and an oven that.can school project must be completed by Injured :
-Oh, somewhere in this favored twentieth birthday, admits the new heat up to 40 plates simultaneously in "
school starts
time ,August
land, the sun Is shining bright."wrote business is something of a gamble. for 45 minutes at 275 degrees. therefore start when" schoo Union Correctional Instlt'utionguard Newham, 25 of Starke was supervising :
Ernest Lawrence Thayer in his im- With close to $300,000 tied up so far, V. S. Solar will compete on an international ends is essential a prompt the school board em- David Newham is in stable con- 50 or 60 inmates the morning of '. ;
mortal poem Casey at the Bat. Savlll says,."Right now I'm in debt up scale, with a world-wide dition after undergoing a second March 21 when he was hit in the beck .1 o.:'.q
:.Favored land or not on the day In- to my ears, and it's possible the whole marketing firm handling ar phasized.In work sessions on the operation to remove blood clot Tuesday of the head with lead pipe by an i Its :#,\I' : ,
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formation for this article was collected thing might never pan out." ran Jamaica with prospective buyersin middle school walls project, the board ,April 10 and has been returned to ,mate. / ."":.,-. 'I,,!;
J the sun was indeed shining But pessimism is not the prevailingmood Lybia. and other countries modified with some his room in Shands Teaching Hospitalin David Skipper, DOC Information ;, ;;
brightly on rural acreage just off among the owners and 16 such as those in the Middle East approved plans Gainesville spokesman, said the chief surgeon ,: Q
f7 ,ooo trimmed out by eliminating
county road 325 south:,of Hampton.Fla. As one transplantedBrooktnlte While Savill U the business mind of teacher offices In each classroom, Dr. Garcia, was uncertain when .;'. I',
working at the plant the outfit, technical design of the collectors ''saving the amount of Newham's memory would return,* "' ra
that ol' Sol relate "1 to work thereby on What's ? and that even though Newham :. ,
It's important agreed to was Just going themselves has fallen onto the walls, plaster studs, hardcoating; Up confuses "
show his full color on that March here for a couple of weeks to help get shoulders of Farber, who responded doors, windows, etc. The board also his words and rambles after a ..
afternoon, for on this day a them started, but I've gotten caught with a collector rated highest in the saved not to repaint existing few coherent thoughts, his vocabulary ,.":::1. ,
the whole still] by planning Inflation hasn't overlooked the has not decreased and his ::--:' '
nationally-distributed photograph of .up. thing and .I'm state and near the top of the heap na ( walls, using present carpet in J':.
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two men and their product was to betaken tionwide.In Telegraph. motor functions are excellent >< .
and bright sunshine la the To coin an overworked phrase, the recent design tests at Cape Ken- the chalkbords.hallways Without, and using teacher existing offices A*you can see at the top of the front Skipper said doctors were extreme*' :.;.' i. '
for the two men's the limit for the this week's edition of the ly pleased with Newham's .
primary premise sky's fledgling operation nedy, performed by the Florida Solar fewer light fixtures will have to be page improve: :: '
particular business. currently in the business'of Energy Center, U S. Solar's numberone Telegraph costs 25 cents on the newss men? ,' s .
moved, down on what
,You see the two men in question manufacturing a cheaper alternativeof state rating was shared by cutting tand. As has everybody these days, tt' y .:
out to be in the BMS s4, '
.'Philip A. Savlll and Webb Farter, beating water but with future plansof another Florida solar plate manufac a major project the Telegraph has been hit by increased ,,1'I -
entered of and Change to self-contained) classrooms.The costs of newsprint, ink, materials, n d' ',,: =
have' into something a producing complete heating turer. Ironically. Farber was a co- ;:::Bj"
\business partnership with the sun cooling solar units. designer on the that stands to be board backed off, tackling 'and salaries The film Ink. bundle '4 I t. ', ;;N
The fledgling business they have Savfll forecasts a production U. S. Solar's primary competition. removing the light fixtures with its wraps,even the phototypesetting. process TwttSictionst, 'p' ', :;:::;:
begun, tabbed U. S. Solar Corporation schedule of 400 collectors each month With 23 solar collector industries in own'electrician, which would have have petroleum base;.' Nee ..ctioltl1:t.Yjut; '% &***9'S ,.-Jut;. ;:." .'
aDd located on the site that Savill also during the first year of operation, Florida and corporate-backed producers ( saved some $7,000. when Salley explained we sal more? ,S.ctiOfl2"': &'Ii.' t,SWi l>aa.. la-IB; ..;:
.alls\ home Is the construction! ( doubling each year after that. Plans like Exxon's Sun Works Division what is involved, and operations think of all the other things ,'" ., ;.j 1 .
_,olar plate collectors, rooftop units call for a S.ooo square foot factory by how will U. S, Solar break into director Lennard Register that cost a quarter-'a cup of coffee,a $octal. 4 -P..*ts IB-SB. .;:.,(K. 1 I', i
ha! soak up rays and heat water for 1080. expanded to 10,000 sq. feet the the market and be competitive? reminded the board It has only one candy bar.,, the Telegraph' is still a' RAHOelalllr.+ "H...a J Fa9.4A \ '. .;:h .
tomes or factories. next year. Currently, the production Svill believes he has the answer.In elet erlelan. The board, however, sill great buy. Besides, it I still useful to Hews.tt, .;hy. Pages 2A,3A,14A&1IA I :, ;.w,
The solar collectors are available site, nestled in a wooded area one and fact, the marketing-wise Savlll thinks the electrical. budget of$124.910it line garbage cans, wrap fish in, or to Sports.:.t. I.r., .:';. ;..,. ,,I'U.'A1', :;.?f{::
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outside of f< share with /
tow to Bradford County buyers' a half miles Hampton; high.\ your : ;:i'
!lirect and installation) is included, features a renovated house that "f* page 3) ',-Salley said he hopes his estimates nei.hbor.The EdJtot 'Le .ts. :.-. :. 'IH8&.71' \.'

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of adapting then- ova npmg eF wilt be bandied by" the county' _! ch1Ja11eor and appasztmg a cry D1IIC All efaue e d 8aagptar: s !noe Sadie 1III8IIe! severat'traagge'mris.sf a agbssed aiKraraams trjir"
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made *
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the x.a.1 Gorses e
men:f. iamrag AC d2$%.a pui;mt &Parcel! and As.rroale4 rteerd njtffl Wade acreed atea reported>a lank nto tbenboe tbe tamsur taro: ..ippyliartMurderCharges ry.
m e ifs la lac, enpaiiitr .JcIr.D7
bring merle amtugsoes
n d day. and UKCOTgKJ
aDd aum**iarteed the tame a quart asps
suet ta1uq.-a.
rate smalls allies as
art'u tid a and of XJM Iran Dropped
. Bud Spear la rebuOd tbe entire
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- encme. body FW degree:jnarderniteaftunieyVaBicerepam.dIBrC'Is.ere6..4
eO wet at a art ell CSS for Kandmf: acIt ZQIpy.llm't aasdessddmmdatat
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't council decided ta acton airy; OM .AFiI ...... -.1IIIfae.the
tears! jib 11&a 1DDe. '
9645890Sbce's The cneme repair net will take TR tlesmseal d the rate sus asnormasd .rail
133 EL Cal St Sarte.FbL abort a-...aid WadewrIDpszedis I m CTdtat 4DOOI1 vT JwDUSSJUlt
a wmmeserl sorted cw:: urm&1a Stale Attorney Ken Bebert. vfaa far S STaT
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Jst1$ZES mTsoap Tam leala... 1-
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.ALSO EASTER COOKES sieaB tape aov been mo cd u I Etoefi espiamed that the staled stir a .J--me ..ApiI a The Scott *%o mashed third at
list Teases Prim SiH Imp State Baad at aaaead of SB-ZZl: OB ttnrtk II! avimatagarostGrdltacoiddal2 place: a- .. ...d by Lamtey Elementary and was a last
and earth.end 411 tiara B__at Sbe aceoe Une-s a 15 Florida Tonea-dmon, minute replacement far L mt yadbool
.w.. GB tmatgnea amt J x1 JAcnica,the rftanShter f Mrs.: JanetJtaKlvwcki. chunpion Pamela Aostio.
sloes verse mrrdeerd atha a nj : fno&bed ecand atSeottaad futisbed second i tat Ole ccxmly.tmespeUmg : .
bray .at a ZaPpj Mat saner nit *tebmd Theresa McCoDum. memal.Uontca .
1 .nQI a lug hra'ipedlmg tale's tamed bs- and EXede neiveJ pUtn -
1 Tree assts hti wan nateeaL led" ai 'De siumees ...spit is tile comitya o far their high finishes, and all
teem next seer '-- participants received certificatesIf
tile school: board
Other fifth to eight grade speltersccmpeftmg

SYMESTHYand UKBERSTIANDING eluded from fnun Breaker arm x5theemmtjM-Oementaryruzmerup

Clyde TerwittegarSa SdIool.Ca.mp StIIft7 ParnsII...
Km OurroU, taste Ilamp-
t Is What You Get From tan Elementary. Chaotptoai Billy

Banldree a ad rnnaerAmy
\ sD DeWitt .Jones Wimam; tram La tey Eksneatary.mnnerup .
Bruce Howard and Ev tts
\ A Funeral Home. .. Scott; fronjOunT ,
r na Theresa UcOoUomParad

We Need Good I .JJJ We Are An Old Established 1T,MaslrsthSre ; Ie-.

Firm Very Experienced In and nnutrrp UicnaelAhTarex.
J and from Brad&rd UiddteSctaaal.
t I Assisting Bereaved .Champtaa Susan Ahnrec and
I'UIIDeI'4JP ICJaaII coe Stnud.
\L Families Through This Tim e Coordinator ctl tba eoafy sprl
bee was Seboal Board Din rvtarvf Qggncubna
I Of Sadness Making All The LaaQe: Payne. rrooousncflr M
For warn :Salt Haasen and an_ is ==
Necessary Arrangements udge.ae Or. Florenc :.::
D : i Service Scnool Board menber! Pat 5S
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: : We Con Help You Make Advance Fu ..t'o1ArrangementsAnd i

limit Cost.
B-U Volungeera to

Now Would Be A Cood June To Visit The BradfatdUioaY17sJO =n.I"ncnna .-.;

DeWitt Clones And His Professional Staff To 'ril lie Wd } Usat SItaIIIId1DII
C BUM Monday April ,at;;
Oar New Car Inventory High I Acquaint Yourself With The Services They far the Bradford.mr..Cnwdjr:: AgrttaaeAiaz. eq.3 H

Our Used Car Inventory It Loiv. .

We Will Pay Top Dollar For Your DeWitt C.JonesFuneral COUNTY wtaitelaleelul TELEGRAPH -

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Vehicle. Let UsEstimate The ail aaeea
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TERWILLEGAR MOTORS I -J3ENTIVU.WaAert -- trade Knhi- m.$5 perjwars ..

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Brooker Repeals Mandatory Hcok-Ups To Water System IVoUnt

to repeal the mandatory grant-$45.0CO for the protect"has system is Installed, people served with a $50 per day penalty clause for Water meter reader Paul Prescott mot at what" 0jr termed "Just a lit
nook-tip clause of Brooker's water or now said they'll let us scratch that requirement new lines would be delay to compile a list of double-home tie" work done on Brooker road by
dinance at the l and give people on the existing up for minimum water service. Also Monday night the board approved meters letters can be sent notifying county road crews. They decided to
council meeting the city couSSlgave system a choice over whether Brooker Jerome Kelly of a loan resolution to borrow the the users that they will soon be required call the county road department f
wm residents free choice of whether they book up or not." The board engineer the firm $ 5,000 from FmIA to have separate meters Installed again and if that turned Into a dead
or'not to hook up to the town's planned discussed the requirement shortly Sverdrup and Parcel Councilman Gene Melvin broughtup with deposits put down.In end to begin some sort of road projectto
$150.000 water system. and unanimously voted to advertise managing the the finalized water plans project ana the problem of two or three houses other action Monday night: renovate the town's roadways.The .
Town! attorney Jesse Wolbert who amendment of the ordinance on a motion presented and council operating on one water meter with the The problem of shoddy roads in road situation will be discussed
had f.1811 the! council In March that by A.B. Adams specifications for Tuesday the documents.got Kelly board agreeing that a crackdown on Brooker were discussed again.Council at the upcoming special meeting U no
aU citizens of Brooker served by pre- The town will now advertise the thumbed approval through and quickly ex, such systems should begin soon. members expressed disappoint- solution is found) with the county
sent water lines would be required to change in the ordinance with a public
Ue in with the new system, said hearing set for next month's regular planned a binder full of specifications :
of more on
and showed construction drawings
Farmers" ; Home Administration meeting. the water tower He said the 50.000 School Building... from page 1 I
(FmHA) the
agency that has all butapproved Wolbert noted that if the town does
gallon tank will be 22 feet diameter
giving Brooker a $112,000 extend any water lines after the new over 20 feet tall and raised some 130 At a meeting prior to the April 5 session handle on how much would be spent classroom for up tVflve students a
feet off the ground at Its top water In which the LE budget was and to limit architect Salley. When resource room for exceptional
more on level. adopted the board talked about cutting the architect came In with the$330,415 children to hold up to 10 students, anda
from Kelly told the board that it might be the Lawtey project back to Its figure last Thursday it was adopted reading room to hold up to IS
Partners with the Sun. possible to take bids for the Job at the original estimate of$329 000, and givIng unanimously by the school board students.
.. page 1 May council meeting but board the architect that budget to designthe The Lawtey wing, to on the Contructlon costs at LE are
members that the dealings required building said there go up
agreed by. Salley estimated at $320.336. Fees and
south side of the school will
says the should be on the designed glass plate covers the entire present ,
company ,before bid opening can take were places In the projectwhich could miscellaneous expenses are tabbed at
include two primary classrooms two
competitive level of Sun Works structure place will probably push the process be cut to save money, such as the $16.079 for a total estimate of$334.413.
intermediate classrooms exterior
Honeywell, and other international U. S. Solar's copper tubes are Installed back. wide overhangs In the design drawing ,
distributors by the end of April. mechanically through a flat Wolbert to storage a counselor's office a small Salley, however, returned April 5
FhMA directions to already approved by the board. Supt.
with the
reduced estimate of
classroom for exceptional children to $336,415
tening hastening the
process procedure
towards authorization bond Casey also it not
move suggested was
Reasons for U.S. Solar's com and Insuring maximum heat hold 10 students an Itinerant which the.board adopted.
ordinance was to come shortly Kelly necessary to have a toilet In each of
petitive' edge are three-fold, according transfer with a copper to aluminum said. A special meeting Is to be set the smaller classrooms although a L .
to Savill Timesaving high- bond. Says Farber of the process, before next month to finalize that pro- toilet is required In a regular early
quality production that turns out the Others pull the tubes throughthe ,
copper childhood
classroom. It the toilet
cess. was
initial plate complete with copper tub- grooves we press them down Into After that bids could be let for the that provided the biggest saving Any One Interested In Starting
ing in about minute Is "
a .
one reason.A the plate. project and advertised for at least two
The reduction In labor hours (only weeks before being opened Also Interim Supt. Casey sill maintains tne open
basic understanding of how a col. concept work Lutheran ChurchIn
five man hours are needed for the for the can successfully but
lector works Is needed to fully under. financing project depends the
completion of one 4x8 collector) ( since the FhMA on philosophy of the
required money
stand the Innovative manufacturing gives U. S. Solar a competitive edgeIn won t be doled out prior to the start of teachers. If teachers believe in the
techniques used by U. S.: Solar. A pricing according to Savill. construction) must be secured before concept, it will work Casey main- Keystone Area CALL:
number of tubes .
copper are mountedIn Secondly, no other company In the the federal will finalize talna.
grooves atop an aluminum plate. United States offers wider variety of agency Setting a budget for the LE addition
of the and loan
The ends of the copper tubes are connected sizes and models says Savill. Ten proval grant originally estimated at $350,658 473-4177 9-5:30: P.M.
to a manifold much like the varieties ranging in size from 3x6 to Kelly said he had a list of 23 biddersto by architect Salley was on the agen
radiator in a car. 4x12 are offered with double glass send copies of the plans and specsto da of the latest special meeting held 473-2007 After 6 P.M.
The plates for cooler climates and single adding that a 180 day period has last Thursday April 5. The board
piping manifold that 'leads in turn directly, is connectedto to the glaze for warmer climes. been set for completion of the project wanted to set a budget figure to get a

water heater,where water or an anti- Lastly Farber's design should -Ti
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Ireeze-water draw customers away from com ,
mix,flowing through the
and U. S. "
Solar accordingto
petitors to
copper tubes Is used by the consumer,
or heats the water to be used from the company's partners. The newcorporatlon'l -
coils in the bottom of the heater. nearest competitor in .5721
the state offers a 4x8 collector that
Highly absorbant black at
paint, a -
weighs 190 pounds and is certified to
cost of $60 a gallon, covers the .immediate
withstand 130 mile pep hour winds. U.
plate while
a specially S. Solar's 4x8 collector weighs 160 -
pounds and Is capable of withstanding

181 mph winds. '
Farber's father Eric, Is director of -

il.Jlc tlUln Trier Center the Solar at the Energy University and of Research Florida -
The hihest'
where the units were designed andtested
at the UF solar house in I
Gainesville. Eric the elder served on-
U ly In an advisory capacity, though, .
with credit for the efficient design goIng -
strictly to the youngest Farber,a .
1974 UF building construction
graduate who teamed with Savill over +
the past 14 months in developmentand
research of the U S. Solar pro
Jrt duct. interest

Savill Is a diverse personality 0551ortest.
whose lifestyle could be contained
quite comfortably in a poem or novel.
He left home at 15, and went into
business on his own at 20, desi
Friday.April 13 and manufacturing marine -
boats and later heading a foun
Tax Collector's dry. Savill typifies the entrepreneur
Jlfic.Closed on his way up,willing to take business*
W:: f
chances but never diving headfirst in- ; .

iibb". _._ SaturderAD1u! llf"=_r, ...t'lion.to.a ffrojoc, w hjoujf, arjpful prepare. vtume a Mn

: CAR WASH He's a poet In his own right as well
:--: Wax and Polish as an aspiring novelist whose first
For Cancer Societyat major attempt Children of Atlantis
has drawn Interest from publishing
in its unfinished state.
Starke Elementary School companies
Farber and Savill are relying heavily -
e a m. to S p.m.
on the national press release for exposure !
POP WARNER DANCE hoping to catch the eye of possibletime
All Ages Invited dealers, architects, engineers and
.' 7JO-10J other Interested persons with releaseIn
three major solar energy
:-:: : CD BuildingAdults
';:= $1stu..nt.7S0 I magazines.The .
Inevitable question remains:

Why solar? --------------------------------
'. -.Si.-. Sunday. April U It Is less efficient than electricity, NO BANK OR SAVINGS AND LOAN ,
with a maximum performance of 85 I Enclosed is my check for $_ .

'.. ::::;'- EASTER SUNDAYSunrise per Original cent on costs a sunny are rather day. expensive. CAN PAY A HIGHER INTEREST. RATE ON I (a minimum of 10000.00) I -

.. 1st Un. Meth.Services Church The installation of the roof-top units THIS MONEY,MARKET CERTIFICATE. i Please' issue a Community Bank Money Market Certificate -
and the conversion of existing water
7:00 A.M. tanks from electric to solar costs I (dated upon receipt of this request) in my I

Monday.April U about cooling$750 with system a complete, available heatingand In the If you buy a Community Bank Six Month Money i name at the address requested below. I II

SCHOOL BOARD future,as about well as a hot water system Market Certificate Thursday, April 12 through,. I
costing 7500.
7 p.m. But as Farber is quick to point out, Wednesday April 1', 1979 we will pay you 9.572 per I Sign I

TveIR.". April 17 outweigh the advantages the disadvantages.of solar greatly cent annual rate of Interest. I ,., I

"There really is an energy crunch. It's a short time from April to October, but there Is a I Name I

;'. STARKE 7p.m.COUNCIL With high electric OPEC oil bills hikes solar and energy Incredibly reallyis lot of Interest between with a Community Bank Money I : ., ..'.. '., i.

the wave of the future. says Market Certificate.' So savers with a minimum of I Address__
Wednesday. ..2.rfl1' Farber.He i
went on to say the units will pay $10,000.00 can earn higher interest on their money. I

PUBLIC HEARINGOn for themselves' in a short time, and a Faster. And that money will only be obligated for 26 I City State Zip Code I Iw..ks
HRS Programs federal tax credit for
7p.m.County residential solar users provides even .** So If you've got money that's not working as I' .. I' .

Courthouse more incentive. hard as It should send It to the Community Bank along I Home. Phone Business Phone_ _.__,
An electrical element is retained in
Courtesy of the converted water heaters as a with this coupon. Or bring It to the Community Bank In i I I I
back-up measure but Farber says he I Social Security Number
JACKSON BUILDING has never had his element click on at person. .. I
his house in Gainesville even during

SUPPLY of Starke higher And If than hard normal work hot and water enthusiasmcan usage. ** If funds are withdrawn before maturity Federal I Community Bank offers variety of individual Savings
Hwy 30t S 0e4eol8Keystone be translated into success-as by Capital Regulations require thc 'the Interest rate be I Plans.
rights they should-some day In this ---------------------------------
: 100 And HeighteMwy 2'4734973.\ favored land near Hampton the sun lowered to the then current regular savings rate and
will be shining bright for PhlhpSavlll that 90 days Interest at that rate be, forefeited. Community State: Bank of Starke
and Webb Farber.
fHONE(904)94-7l30( )
This I Is an annual I rate and I is subject to change at. "I'; BANKING HOURS I .

"The'simpler' renewal. F.d.ral regulations prohibit. the compoundIng M,;; .' '. ,..

of Interest by any financial institution during the MONDAY it.2 7 to 3:30 v ,
TUESDAY "02' 7 to 3:30 .
term of this d
return epos ;;: "
your ... : I WEDNESDAY tol2 7 to 3:30 "

: aa. ,. _" THURSDAYe2 7to3:30'r, 'f i
per the less '" .'--th! FRIDAY ,to 24 .4o( 4 7 to':00

.. Henry W.Block. f'" ', .'. SATURDAY lo2 9 to 12 .\ ,
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we charge: MAIL TO: 24 HOUR DEPOSITORY A fUlL '<;\ 'r'. '',.'1r -'_::' "
I tttVICl SANK', i.,'' f'" .'W, t--t.: "."..,..1 1
If you qualify for the Short Form,we chargea 1 .1". !

very low price. But even if you need the BANK '
Long Form,the simpler the return the less : f"r f\

we charge. That's another reason why you : t, ,.:::, '" '...: .: :.: i;!

should let I H&R Block do your taxes. ..,.'. I'. ,/ t ,f 1, '",,,;:;,'.' ".oA"'t:''" I'
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BHS ,Girls Mile Relay Mark Falls ; i


f Putnam & Scott Get Weight WinsIn

7-Team Bradford InvitationalBOYS

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around II runners Heond In were the oil lwo.Iapper.t and running. with the gun ** the boys 8H yard run Tornado Richard Smith,, In lane .h'.. came I GIRLSDiscus /.

man Allen Scott earned The Lady Tornadoes of BUS won Smith added a second In the 440
Bradford High's only Individual win the final event of the.4ay-the mile behind OF's Wright Her 63.1 time
but the Tornadoes were balanced relay-in school record time but were was just one-tenth of a second off the
enough to take third place among still edged out of third place in the BUS school mark.
even teams participating In the alt girls division of the Bradford Invitational Judy Hankerson's three sixth's In
day Bradford Invitational Friday track and field meet Friday individual events and a runnerup

k April 6. April 6.Bradford's. showing by the Lady Tornado mile
t .llh ;z.ptllk' St. Augustine, behind sprinter- mile relay quartet of medley team of llankerson. Smith
jumper sensation Sammy Wilson. Judy Hankenon. Valery Chandler Griffith and Kim Slocum were other
won the meet with 129 point Baker Kitty Leasure, and Louette Smith seta BUS highlight.
County scored 74, BUS 65.5 Ocala new school standard with a 4:195: .
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Forest 49.5, Clay County 49, Live Oak win but Palatka High took fourthplace vl-f.P.14 timn.Maki ...iiHantmM, .w..-..
43, and Lake Butler 111. Wilson, a In the relay to edge BUS out $h..u..e.W..... t..a"...... cI.W.01'
junior football star, was named the 53-52 for third place In the six team I7.4.,$,.... I.)Hftkmitfn IHt.14-1... Ot*.....O"*_ .
HI ISr e in --.WfttIIt. or 14-ai n Nan
meet's Most Outstanding boy entrant meet. MM, am. It.*. .....Mn.. 01''. II..... t)
1 after showing the field his heels with a Ocala Forest and St Augustine ..>.!.... CM It'. _X.c.fc.11. or'. lilt.It I)
9.7 second 100 yard dash and adding sewed up the top spots) early In the all- OriHHk. IHI. l>44.t. 441 I...,._, U l|... I) IMI.M .
wins In the 220, the. long Jump,and the day event with BUS and Palatka battling .'. 441..w.......Of..M 7 l II|.MHtk IMI._M.I.. 5n
Uw Mnr wtMnMM M 41 1. HI Of.
4 byataalt triple jump. for third in the six team field. till.t. MM ->......or', ..,M.., I)am tOTHk.
Besides Scott BUS had two second The Lady Panthers led 49-42 going In- M..>irii.Vtivm. OriHHk)I.liM.,. 1MJ-........O$,
place finishes Ml. 1.MH''HMnli.il. Of' UrtJi, 1)) OHNM. 5NLJag
a trio of third to the mile relay. If they had been two .... ..
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( e aBtl3 placers Richard: Smith came across seconds slower in the final run and ......., 4ilftTh .
r second in the 880 and Todd Samonswas finished fifth Instead of fourth BUS
runnerup in the pole vault on the would have taken third place > Lady Tornadon are aclwdulcd la ran at
sunny Friday. Johnny Johnson was Angela Wright of Forest won the North Marion April 17
.' third In the 220, and Johnny Tatum long lump, the low hurdles, the 220
record-letting girls mile medley' team was Louelte Smith number 14 to Lady Tornado Cindy Griffith take third In the
triple jump. That pair and the 440 to win the Most Outstan Starke Club
left, and
I counler-clockwUe. Kitty Leaf ure. Valery Chandler, and Judy Hankerthe baton from Kim Slocum_ In Fri- then teamed with Smith and John ding Performer award and lead Ocala Wrestling
Ions day'i meet.Anybody Bennett to claim third in the milt Forest to a 118-80 team win over St.
medley relay with a 3:15.7 time. Augustine. Clay High, 22, and Live Meets on Thursday
; a 1N Barry Thomas scored In three events Oak, 17, rounded out the field.
e with two fourths and a sixth for Brad.fo..d. Junior Marian Putnam won both The Starke Wrestling Club will be
the shot put and the discus to account meeting Thursday nights at 7 p.m. at

.........-..**IHI ataim.It for 14 of Bradford's points Friday. the wrestling room east of the BHS
*MMM.D..II.M.11.1.1))Til.....MW..1'.It Cindy Griffith made her '79 track gym now, according to coordinator
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C...O/.',..'. _,.,.*-lO....tlHI) .41.*. SMIHMCO..K. the first three-fourths of the season Harris wrestling coach at Bradford
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I Bradford High Netters in District Tennis Tourney this Weeksingles 2Vi Miles South 301 Stark

The girls and boys' tennis teams High 10 wins against eight losses this slots In that order with Pratt and Her Janice Jockel Cecilia Infante
from BUS Joined 15 other teams at the year Steve Griffis and Chub Johnson nandez making up the number two Elise Johns Terri Thomas andKaren R.C & Buy One At 149
District tennis tournament In were to play the top two singles spots doubles unit. Macy are 1-5 in that order.
Gainesville this week, starting and then team up in number one On the girls side coach Melba Jockel and Infante were slated for
Wednesday and running through Friday doubles. Rip Pratt, Carlos Her- Howard was to also stick with much number one doubles while BHS' FREEPLUS
nandea. and Robbie Pierce were pen- the same lineup as was used In the number two pair was Thomas and HEHI teozCetOne:
a Teams from Live Oak east to ciled in at the bottom three singles Lady Tornadoe's 0-9 season. In ,Jana Godwin. '

will Palatka be and Gainesville for area In clubs the J .. . -- . ,TAX. & DEPOSIT. ..
competing spots .
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High figures to rule the roost in the a match Monday afternoon and sophomore Joey Herres, play the 164-206 Friday, April e. In Suwannee BIG ,
were beaten by Live Oak last Friday Willow Lakes course which will be the
boys division with the girls from GHS County. Gaines was three over par
'and boys and girls teams from t6 fall to 0-13 on the season. site of the April 26 District Tournament with his 39 to lead the Bradford con- $
The Tornadoes couldn't muster a Gaines parred the back nine 3 1
Buchholz and Lake City also figuringto tingent. Craig Bryan scored a 52. LOAVES
be strong. BUS boys coach Mike foursome for a Monday match at with a 36 and Herres scored a 40 with Luanna Mundorff a 56, and Cherl BREAD 55<
Sexton said hopes for Bradford net- Orange Park but BHS coach Warney the Crusaders getting a forfeit team Wright a 59 with Herres absent.
Adkinson let his top two linksmen. win.
ters depend on early round matchups.
fit all depends on the seedings and
wbo we play. simplified Sexton Mon Pop Warner Dance SetA BMS Girls Place High in Gator Relay Runs LAY'S

day, "we could draw all GUS peoplein
the first round and it would be a Pop Warner football association Two Bradford Middle School girls under girls 100 yard dash at the RUFFLES :BAG.POTATOCHIPS.
very short day... or, we could get a dance is set for Saturday night April ran to high finishes in Lady Gator Florida Relays in Gainesville. Her
good draw (some easier matches) 21, at the Civil Defense Building. Relay-Florida Relays action a coupleof time, though three-tenths of a second
and pick up some points" All ages are invited for the dance weeks ago. slower than her personal best placedher
scheduled to last from 7:30-10:30: p.m. Pam Hawkins a 12-year-old behind only two boys among 51 59cOUSTAFSON'S
Sexton planned no lineup changes with admission $1 for adults and 75 seventh grader at BMS,sprinted to an boys and girls. competing in the
from the one that earned Bradford cents for students. 11.9 second victory In the 13-and- 13-and-under group.11yearold .
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DeWitt broke her own BMS and Bradford -
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45:04 time in the Bonne Bell 10 000 ,
meter (6.2 miles) run in GainesVille.Linda .
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shelled Baker Count,'. throw about 100 pitches in a regular SFS-BHSC base error on MB Ooodgv's gruwxlci then
Thursday April tJat3:3Op.m.;
Wildcats 12.2 Monday night in SUrke even toning game We were Just The Santa Pe game was the Tor to short filled the inn ag. .... thrwe I home-stand with r
to keep their .baseball mark above lucky he got out of some Jams without nadoes to win going Into the boUaas game
500 but that win didn't quite erase the gettfekg hurt. Even though he struggled the slant That's when the of Reddish was wafted In with OKI Keystone Heights In towrv Saturday. j,
taste of an embarassing H road loss at limes Allen allowed just four tallied five host bases loaded in the sixth t. niriiBradford's night at 7:30 p,m, Clay visiting Tuesday. i
runs on Just two hits
Santa Fe with lead to f.S. HMH BIS April 17, for a 4 p.m. game and
to lowly Friday night hits and one walk in the game while the help of four BHS errors-tnree
on St. in SUrke for a 7.30
That Santa Fe the handed the win right back to SP. Augustine
game was Just sinking out six. Just one of the runs one play The rally erased a 6-3 Tor- ,
game Thursday. April 19. Keystone
biggest disappointment of the whole earned.
was nado lead to give the Raiders their 'It wasn't that took at
," said BHS Coach Mike we them lightly will host BUS Saturday April 21
year his lips creased lightly as he liarUey tried to Baker scored twice in their first up first win in 14 outings and leave BHS it was Just the worst defensiveJob 7:30 to round out the stretch.
7-7 (now 8-7-"And that sounds "
a lot we've done this
force the memory of the loss away It with two triples, a single and a Tornado season. Hartley
worse than !94. agreed Hartley). said.
Hartley notes that Buchholz Junior
was the Raiders first win after 13 error accounting for the visitor's
losses this season and BHS had lead. Allen then settled down to cruise Even before the fateful sixth BHS It[t cost Clark his third pitching loss mound ace Corky Livers (who no-hit
mauled SF 11.1 in StaRe earlier) through the last four frames with just had made the hosts look a good deal against two wins even though he Palatka last week) will probably be

BHS played give-away in the loss four Wildcats reaching base, just one better than they are. A three run SF allowed Just three hits and one earnedrun throwing today, the Keystone games
committing error after error and by base hit.Bradford. fourth inning came without a hit with while fanning nine batten. Clark will be emotional contests between
blowing a 6-3 fifth Inning lead. BHS issuing three walks and commit did walk eight Raiders to hurt his neighboring rivals (the class 2A Indians

The Baker County game was a different went down in order in the ting two errors and a passed ball. cause. are 16-5 as of Tuesday), and St.
story-it was the Tigers "" 00helpl'd BHS managed Just five hits in the Augustine and Clay are district
first and second but took the lead in Braalord had scored first with rivals.
the Tornado with three
cause loss
the third with two Baker
errors Dinky walking, taking both second .
Baker pitchers issuing six walks and costing the visitors. David Sparks and third am i*..4i*... "We need to where
Clark's put
on Kenny bunt, and .. get wecan
hitting two batten to aid Bradford'sseven ...>... *
hit attack scored Bradford's first run as a scoring on Jeffery Norman's base hit 'sir'lJ'.I, two or three good games together... ... ., ",.. ,
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double-play attempt on Dinky Kilby's to right field. that's all it will take at district.
RllSIZ-IUkrrZ grounder to short got by the first Hartley noted, "Right now we've Just Tornado pitcher Kenny Clark, here :
Bill Goodge and JeUery Norman baseman. Kilby then crossed with the BHS reclaimed the lead with a four "Big Week"Coming Up got two or three; aggressive hitters, rot rrlni first base on a tout front first

both rapped two hits,Scott Allen logged being run when Bill Goodge's towering run fifth frame rally. Walks to Randy Hartley calls the next five games"a the rest of them are Just laying back, baseman Upug Kr-ddish.. pitched a ". I
a workmanlike four-hitter, and fly ball to right center was run Parado Kilby Clark, Norman, and big set of games". for the Tor hitting the ball defensively and hop three-hiltet but Mill 101lt to Santa KeWater's
Dinky Kilby scored on an error in the down but dropped by Baker's center Doug Reddish coupled with a two- nadoes. BITS plays at Buchholz today, ing something good will happen." lad "t'f'k,

fifth inning to win the game by the 1O fielder. Jeffery Norman's texas
run rule Monday night league single to left plated Goodge to "

Baker led! 2-0 through the first two give Bradford the lead. Takes Over First Sr. Men's Softball I
Cellar in
innings but BHS claimed the lead witha Three Baker pitchers couldn't find ; Boys Escape .
three-run third inning and then turn- -
ed the game into a rout and finally the the plate fifth.to help tillS sew up the gamein Water's Bulldozing edged into a Misfits Water's banged out 19 hits in- two and Steve Cox went two for three cus Cruce, Glen Gnann, and Mike
ended! it with a nine run fifth inning Doug Reddish was hit by one-half game league lead over the cluding six home runs, before the for the Misfits. Teston were three for five for the Sr. ,
barrage. Kilby trotted home from second pitch sacrificed to second by Kilby, Starke Businessmen and the Sr. Boys game was called because of the IS run The Senior Boys came back from Boys. Cruce had a triple and two
after Bill Goodge's grounder and knocked in on a single by Goodgeto leveled! their record at .500 with winsin rule. Their lead was a slim 10-7 after deficits of 2-7 and 7-14 by dominatingthe doubles and Gnann had a couple of
was mishandled to end the contest make it 42. Kenny Clark groundedout men's open softball league play two innings but solid defense and a last three innings in their eight- two-base hits in the game. :'
and with Goodge! moving to second Monday night, April 9. ... nine run filth frame turned the win leehitforthecycleforLWCI'
Five walks a hit batter singlesby with two outs. That marked the start game inning over LWCI. The 16-18 year Larry
Goodge and Norman: (who ended of Baker's downfall. Norman singledup Water's overpowered the Misfits into a rout olds cut the gap to 12.15 after scoring with a homer, a triple a double.and a

the week with a 527 average) let the the middle to score Goodge and 24-7 in Monday's first game while the Pitcher Jim Lewis cracked two five runs in the sixth, tied the game single in six at bats. Jerome Howell ."
Tornadoes bat around in the inning. Keith Northrup followed! with an infield Sr. Boys came back in extra innings homers to help his own cause while with a three run seventh frame, and collected four hits in five trips and '
Allen won" his sixth game against single. Walks to Randy Parado for a thrilling IHS! win over LWCI in Brian Johns Charlie Green Ricky then plated four runners in the eighth Lawrence Wright was three for four. '

one loss in this, his freshman season, Sparks, Reddish, and Kilby and a the nightcap. The games left Water'sat Bennett and Larry Mercer added while shutting LWCI out over the last
even though it wasn't" one of his most Baker throwing error made it 11.2 2-0 for the season with the roundtrippers for Water's. Green was two innings to win 1915. LWCI had the .

impressive performances.Scott before Kilby scored to win the game. Businessmen 1-0. the Sr. Boys 1-1,and two for two for the night while Johns bases loaded In the bottom of the l'II('lImilll( (names, : Thursday, April .
: was wild tonight. said the Misfits LWCI and the Rebels 0-1 and Bennett went three for four and seventh but went down without scor 12-Semor Boys versus Water's 7:30

Hartley after Monday's win, "Alter M..t*.(l*.. I in city league play. The games of Lewis was two for three. ing.Jerry p.m.: Monday. April Ill--LWCI versus
five innings he had already thro..nt se ....**..11 Wednesday. April 4. were rained out. Blalock led the senior boys Waters 7:30.: and Misfits against
12 pitches and we figure they should WApwla'ti.jz' In their five-inning win over the Loyd Gilpin was a perfect two for with four hits in four at bats, including Starke Businessmen 8:43. Wednes
a Dair of triples. Ricky Nor- day.. Abril IB-Waters againstman
went three for four Chuck Businessmen 7:30: and Rebels versus
'' Johnson was two for three, and Marthe Sr. Boys 8:45.:
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Hope crunched! Kingsley Lake Bap Donald Crawford. I Doug Johns Leroy .

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Pew in Thursday's second game. First In their Tuesday night his l First ,
SUMMERWEIGHT Methodist rounded out the four game Baptist'got Iwo hits in three at bats

WOVEN SLACKS week with a 12.11 decision over from Jimmy ('roooband! Ben Hr'antbad
Calvary Baptist-FM's first win of the a single:, a ualk.; and scored! o'nceNorthside ; ''
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S-PC. NYLON LUGGAGE ST. MARY'S BATH Hersey and pitching of Gene
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the loser's runs. Ifigh'Spnngs 11-7. Ridge icw Baptist ,

t Wanda Bishop was two for two for Tire Church of of Gainesville 7-6, Phillip's
VAPORETTEBO I the night for Hope. Crystal River 12-3. and
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DAY FLEA t II First Baptist broke a scoreless again in the final by a 17-6
COLLAR FOR A -'l7OUMCaaRacK: deadlock with two runs in the third In- count to claim victory in the 10 team

000 Off CAT aM.-oo., ning and went on to ease by St. Ed- tournament '
740 ? woatut 880 wards 9-3 for their first win of the Whitehead ripped the ball at a .688
WAS tae season. Leslie Crosby and Carol pace in the four games while Rauler
a: wEResec d, Geiger collected two hits for the winners son shut down the opponent's' bats,
JR I shakeouaRn. while Cassie Riddick delivered a "He just doesn't let anybody blithe;
PASHIOMSUMOLAS8ES 1 .II. triple Marty Barry doubled and ball out of the park on us" said RM

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.. 171 Bradford High grad Tim Mur- After playing football far one yearat His athletic Involvement since leav-
Buddy F Now ,phey, a sports star in high school The Citadel in South Carolina he lag the Citadel Include. *playing on the
Playing here IB appearing in a Gainesville spent a year in junior college In North Swiss National Basketball Team In
CollingsA night club each Wednesday night Carolina and then earned his B.A. the 1974 International Basketball
through April and will soon release Degree In modern languages from Tournament in Tel Aviv Israel; winning -
I i Football his own record. Rosary College, of River Forest Illinois the Most Outstanding Tennis
at Troy He attended the University of Player award as a varsity netter at
Murphey now an instructor at the Fribourg in Switzerland under the Brevard Junior College, N.C. in 1972.; .
Language institute at the University supervision of Rosary College and has competing In tennis and swimming at
I I..elegraph Sport Editor of Florida, describes his music as a continued to work each summer since the University of Fribourg
blend .f folk and soft rock most of 1973 in Europe. His overseas work in Switzerland, and organising and participating
which he has written himself. He'll be Europe In 1978 and 1977 dealt with In the Gainesville City Soc
1978 BHS laying at the Blackbird, at 921 West teaching english to speakers of other
grad Emmett Bright has walked on and apparently made the gradeat cer League
University Avenue in Gainesville. His
State languages but in previous summershe
Troy of Alabama.
University first album, much of his ,
containing worked "
as a youth counselor, --
Emmett Jr who started
two years in Bradford's defensive backfield started
original material. Is set to be releasedin
school a couple} of weeks and has basketball tructor. and tennis in-
ago worked himself Into the Troy's Spring
lineup as a second team mid-march with copies available structor as well as on a farm.
back says his mother Harridel Bright of in Starke, I
Lawtey <',..'1
"I think he'll be starting for them before too long,"predicted BHS Coach David .. t, ,,'""" Tim was an 1I-letter'athlete at BUS .
Nurse "Emmett's a fine football player" ,i' '" hf and has continued to be active in Murphy earned his Masters DegreeIn
Emmett's sister Deborah relayed the message that the former Tornado was ,t'!' 1 athletics while turning his creative' Linguistics from the University of t
promised a scholarship I if he made the club and his last phone call brought the. Tim Murphy, 1971 BUS XrahwMMOW talents to singing/songwrttlng and doing Florida in March, 1978,and stayed on .
pews that he had made the team. tinging at the Blackbird hs duty as language instructor bothin with UF's English Language institute

,Bright finished up his prep career as a cornerback on the 1975.76 BHS team Gainesville I the U.S and overseas JDo t
that finished 7-4 with a district championship He starred as a wide reclever for r I
Kitchen's Tile in the Starke Men's Flag Football league In recent Fall football J

season.. Betsy Yawn Wins Bradford High STAR Student Award y'h

l.ooite ChangePlay Betsy YawnLlla Elizabeth), a point average and 5)) academic band, Girl Scouts, ami ft uic D rams
in the women's open softball league is set to open Tuesday night.April 17. junior at Bradford High School has heners and awards Club and French Honor Society at
with Florida Bank meeting Broughton Bullets and Bradford Furniture taking on been named by the BHS faculty a. Mist Yawn is a member of the BHS school.
the Domino's. The teams asked the season be moved back a couple of weeks to winner in the Student-Teacher !band the Alachua County Youth Her grade point average was 4.00
end closer to district playoff time..... Now that San Francisco and San Diego Achievement Recognition program (all A's) when she was selected as the
have agreed to open their 1980 baseball seasons in Japan talk of having a real (STAR). STAR winner and a B earned in the '
baseball world series Is popping up again?Granted It might be a bit presumptious The STAR program Is designed to Local Stetson just completed six weeks period was -
for us in America to call our baseball spectacular the "World Series" but geez give recognition to one junior studentin Student the only grade lower than an A she
they're not going to make the Yankees play the Tokyo Giants or Mexico City each Florida high school who ex- has recieved in three years at Brad-
Reds are they Our guys might lose and this is our game..., Larry Bird, college hibits a sound respect toward the free Named Prea. Of ford High.
basketball's player of the year, talked about how tough life will be In the NBA enterprise system and also recognize After winning so many academic
because the league's veterans are eagerly awaiting the arrival of the "Great the teachers who in the opinion of the Religious Club awards In her underclass years at
White Hope". Now he asks the Boston Celtics to make him basketball's highest students inspired and BUS Is winning yet another still a
player before he's Now for contribute Robbie Best 21, the son of Mr. and thrill?
paid even played game one-- they're really looking you to their achievementsBetsy
Larry.... The men's nine-hole golf league at Starke Golf and Country Club Is the daughter of Mrs. Lila Mrs. Verl R, Best of 726: N. Walnut/ St. excited she
"Oh I still get ,
scheduled to start May 10. Signup information and further details are at the Pro, Rae Yawn of Starke and Judge in Starke, has been elected president yes about
Shop.... The firing of 22 year Palatka football coach Bill Bennett has that city Theron Yawn of Gainesville was of the Ministerial Association at Stet- answered quickly." "Especially
and Putnam County up In arms. !It's been that way for months with editorial ex selected by the school faculty as the son University in Deland. this award.
changes In the Palatka Daily News and verbal battles at school board meetings one junior who best exhibits the
becoming standard fare. So far the decision by PHS principal Carl Herring to following qualities: 1) good attitude Rest is a Junior majoring in religion Betsy Is competing by examinationfor
relieve Bennett of his football position has stood pat. Herring has yet to give an towards the business community, and will serve in the student organization further district and state STAR
official explanation for the firing but Bennett's relations with students black extracurricular activities both in for 197980. The club is composed awards. If she does qualify for state
players, and the administration have been cited as reasons for the dismissal. school and in the business community *f students within the School of competition she will to able to
3) has leadership positions in Religion, and officers are elected by nominate a teacher at Bradford High
school or community_4). solid srAa students within the school. School for recognition. tetsy Fawn

Cycles.. to Roll In Raiford I.

Gentlemen start your engines: For entry forms or additional Infor 'You Know About -
The fourth annual PolishPathfinder's mation contact Yamaha of Lake Cityat
Enduro race is just 1206 S.Marion St.Gainesville.
around the first turn set for Sunday
April 22 In Raiford.
The race will begin across from the
Raiford Volunteer Fire Departmentat Tire -

9 a,m.. with the first rider in the THE BRADFORD PRINTERS
70.mile run out at 9:01. ;
Sanctioned for the Southern Enduro Rolls in RaifordGainesville .1. ; -
and Trail Riders Association and the
Florida Trail Riders the preentryfee Tire outlasted the ,.' .
is $12. with post entry set at $15. Bullets from Starke 11-10 in eight Inn-
FTR team entries are an additional$1 ings in the championship game Sun
and must be entered together. Pre- day night to win the Raiford Women's QUICK PRINTING1IF
entry deadline is this Saturday, April Softball Tournament last weekend ,
14 Supper on the afternoon of the race sponsored by the Raiford VolunteerFire I ,,
is included in the entry fee Department.
Classes running will be A 0-125,
The Bullets two losses in six
201-250 126.200,, 201-open 251-open;; B C -('trail 0-125 riders 126-200) '- games came at the hands of HOT .lET US TELL YOU HOW YOU
I Gainesville Tire but their 20-1 loss ...
0-125 126-200, 201-250, 251-Open;
Powder Puff Senior (ages 40-44)),and earlier Sunday, didn't foreshadow the
nail.biting final game. Mary Felton, cI GET CAE"A READY COP .
Super Senior((45 and up) ) AN YOUJI ;
Sherry Gohagen and Sharon"'Kilby"rappedTioineruns _.. .. ... ;
trophies) ..will b .. i .
Approximately wsa. w t .I
awarded. ? 'for file Bullets'. bVer ''t ,, ; I "

Sign up and tech inspection will be the weekend. ,

at the same location Saturday April Other ; k (TYPEWRITTEN COPY OR PREVIOUSLY PRINTED
in the
21, from 1 p.m. until dark and the area teams competing .
morning of the race 7 to 9 a.m. Tag tourney were UCI,LWCI Raiford and WITHOUT CHANGES Printed In'A Hurry-)
spark arrester 92db and lights are Brooker. Home-run hitters included il ,. k COPY
required. Headlights will be requiredto Lori McDowell and Marie Hardee for
operate at the beginning of the UCI Tina Thorout and Gail Rogersfor
Raiford. and Nan Walker for
Spectator maps and observatory LWCI. Hardee's, Gohagen andFelton's AlLOW
points will be available the day of the roundtrippers were grand :.' .
{ slams. "f' ii" + d % .
race .
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I BHS Girls Drop 2 Softball GamesBHS' :. ."1' LOWPRICES ;F Fc

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Lady Tornadoes were frame to take the lead I, ,' );' r
opening : .
outscored by Baker County and ,
until the third ',. ;:
Gainesville High in softball l road against GHS and held it ? ..
last week to fall to 1-10 on the inning. The hosts then took control :
games attifourth ;; COMPARE I
scoring six times In both the third

season.Baker beat Bradford High 25-3 innings while BHS was going :,

Wednesday April 4,while GHS' Lady scoreless over the last four frames of + ..,.) .
Hurricanes BHS 18-3 Friday the five-inning contest. :r 1t
afternoon. Janice Berry had an RBI single in '''i',.;!&
Tornado first inning with ; SAVE
Baker jumped out to a 21-0 lead the Lady 'f.
before BHS could get on the Dana Cooper Tommy Sue Marshall ; J'.>, ,
and Terri Parrish accounting forBHS' ':/ I
Scoreboard. Five hits In the fourth In-
ning gave the Lady Tornadoes all of other three hits. '.'
The BUS girls are scheduled to host
their three scores. Terri Parrish Copies '8Vz X 11.
Phyllis Cuffee and Rosalind Pet- Gainesville Eastside Monday April ..
scored IS and visit Oak Hall Tuesday April COPY PIUNTUHLSP
tiford each had one hit and
with both starting at 4 m. ,
once in the loss. 17, games p $1580.

Fish Attractor Crew CHURCH BULLETINS .
Game Commission 8'/2Kl1 .. I
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Is to Work on Crosby, Palestine, LB Lakes 50 Copies 5.10'5.70 CLUB MINUTES

.The"m_,u, ./..".smears d Fresh Water Once_____ the_n_ trees_ are cut and loaded on a 100 Copies .. '..11'! .
Fish "Commission's'VI'U" fish attractor pontoon boat, they are bundled ;: 200 Copies 6.85.1 j 't' :'I, '" : CLUB BULLETINS J'j,;

crew .has arrived in the Northeast together and weighted with concrete ''8.05 '" y!
300 Copies
blocks. These bundles are placed on .; '
Region the lake bottom until at least 80 per- 400 Copies '9.15 ; .,' FORM LETTERS ;1
This program Is coordinated cent of the attractor site is covered.
through the regional fisheries Brush and tire attractors provide ,. ( 500 Copies '10.25 :,: ,
biologist who selects the lakes and food and cover for smaller fish suchas :. : \
number of attractors. Once this has bass and crappie which congregate 1al14 EMPLOYMENT FORMSLETTERHEADS : 1 ,
been determined the two man crew to feed on the smaller fish This pro- 50 C opes)0 I .\
of James Willis and Frank Pate begin provides fast and furious action 'I' .
gram .
IoJ ; ;.di. ,
installing brush and tire attractors. for a number of lucky anglers. Lakes 100 Copies 5.85 r s. wI.

4 Each attractor covers one quarteracre within the Northeast Region scheduled ,, 200 Copies '7.15 : *f: ,
for fish attractors are: I. v :1
and costs approximately $200. '8.40 I. .J ..'\ :
takes one week for each Palestine Lake 3 attractors. 300 Copies :
'Installation DAILY FORMS ETC. tK i:1
attractors., 9.95 ,
attractor which is constructed with Crosby 400 Copies :
oak trees because of their slow decay. Lake Butler -2 attractor ',1 o,90et > ''J ,
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April 21. Come join the fun.TheBrad- ;, 1
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Horse Frolic starting at 8 a.m. ,
Ii't < All riders' and spectators are B B fc M : .. !"!I '".

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I; Credits Added to BHS Graduation Requirements IDa
to Remember; The Comprehensive the runners-up were awarded eertificates
Testa of Basic .
Graduation requirements at Bradford economics (Americanism versu a Duncan's proposal alto included a school board also provides for a standard (CTDS) will be given to all
High School will be increased by Communism), will be Introduced nex:t basic arithmetic class and a baft Ie diploma,a certificate of completion the of grades on News from Mrs. Donna Cruen'afourthfifth
days Aprlln-Sa. It Is that
J. one credit, from 20 to 21, for the year and will be required the followIng ,. reading, writing, speaking aM previously called a certifleate of all students will be hoped for their grade: Due to our short
1979-80 term as a result of school year. listening class for those ninth gf4* attendance for those students not class testing time.Kindergarten present school week of March 227 the.
board action last Thursday night Duncan told the school board that o,f students who did not achieve atMJut completing the required credits or registration for the "Superstars" and Good Spellers! did
April 5. the 234 seniors this year,only about tare 1 5 a 7th grade score in math or rwduigK who did not score a passing grade on school 1979-KO will be scheduled not receive recognition. The
A required fourth credit in English carrying a full course load of si:I the preceding year on the California the state assessment test, and a for April year 23-37. Parents. are "Superstars" are Slim Martin, Sheila
credits. Test of Basic Skills. for time Henderson, Kim Norman Angela
accounts for the one credit Increase special diploma special education to register their children at this
next term. The following year, an additional The proposal approved by tti* students. so that their names be included Manning, Tammie Honiker and Joey
"We have committment to th may Dawkins,Donnie Davis.Arnie Evans,
half credit in social studies ,
: on the class rolls for the fall. Registering
students to do than the, Il Tammle i Honiker, Sheila Henderson
and an extra half credit In an elective more
will also eliminate long lines
will be required, upping minimum," the BUS principal com now Clevle Myrick Marshall Phillips,
course HOME
NOTES and waiting when school opens in the Woods.
menled. Stefan Wheeler.and Sharon
graduation requirements for the fall. Please to the school office
Duncan added the district loses I come The students Tn Mrs. Gruen's class
1980-81 term to 22 credits. !! I .n----1 .
on the above listed dates between the
The requirements were increased $15.000 in state funding when the remaining : FROM YOUR At the are working on neatness and hand-
hours of 8:30: a.m. and 3 p.m. work on
following a public hearing on the 200 seniors take just one G' I askedto writing. Extra special goes
time of registration parents are
: ECONOMICS bulletin'
move last Thursday, April 5, at a course less than the full load. Understate -::;. bring: Proof of date of birth which the "Motivation is a Must"
special school board meeting. The law, a senior carrying three or birth board. These students are already
be birth certificate
school board approved a plan less credits need only remain on campus MICROWAVE LEARN-BY-MAIL DAY CARE WORKSHOPS may registration a hospital certificate, or high on the board: Slim Martin, Greg
presented by BItS Principal Jim Dun for the three class periods Many SERIES baptismal record a complete Wiggins, Stefan Wheeler, Angela
seniors now leave school early, eitherto Do you run a day care center or physical examination; signed by a Manning. Sheila Shannon, Joey
can.A new course free enterprise go to work or start college early.NEED The Bradford County Extension keep children In your home? If so, a physician and Immunization records Dawkins, Leon Phillips Ken
Home-Economics Office is Pressley. Marshall Penny,
offering a series of three programs are designed showing that the child has completedthe
Learn-by-mail Series on Microwave especially for you The Bradford Jefferson Lorrie Cason Louisa
polio, measles, rubella and
The O'Guin Sheryll Norman, Kyle Harrison -
Ovens/Cooking. series ,
consists of County Extension Home-Economics show
vaccination. Failure to
MONEY? five lessons which are entitled: Office in cooperation with Evelyn any mumps of these records will result in a Reagan Sharon and Woods Tammie, Arnie Honiker.Evans.
Rooks Human Jerry
of the child's
1)> "What Is Microwave Cooking?," Specialist! University of Florida and postponement tion. registra- The week's best spellers from Ms.
2)) "WhattoLookforWhen Buying a Carol Willis, Phyllis Goldberg's fifth 'grade are
Licensing Supervisor-
WE CAN HELPLet Microwave Oven." JUtS, have designed these On May 1 Southside is planning to Monica Maslowski, Theresa Mc
programs stage an Art Festival under the direction

3)) "How to Use a MicrowaveOven. for you. The program will be held Collum. Richard O'Steen Jeff Sher-
I 2nd On ." three Tuesday evenings April 17, volunteer of Mrs., who Joy has been conducting man, Drew Davis and Erika Gruen.
A 1st Mortgage
Us Arrange or 4)) "How to Cook Specific Foods in a April 24 and May 1,at 7:15: p.m.at the art workshops in the fourth and fifth Riders on the"Extra Effort Express"are

Your Home For All The Cash You Need Up To Microwave Don't Oven"Say." or "What'Cookbooks Agricultural Highway 301. The Quilding, North grade rooms. Lynn Laura Holtzendorf Garcia,, Tom Michelle Watson Hall,
programs are en-
5)) Do's and Don'ts With a titled: Activities with Children Your On May 3 report cards will be sent Monica Maslowski, Paula McKlnney
$50,000.00 With Up To 15 Years To Repay. Microwave Oven." Center Food Program and ; home with the students. Erika Gruen, Jay Hayes and John
; Making
4 all fourth grades will take a
Call Us Today Collect Inexpensive Play Equipment (Toys). field to St.
trip Augustine.
There Is no charge for the series. A There is no charge for the series of
new lesson will be mailed to you classes. Please mark your calendars. May 8 the fifth graders will be going PETS
Ramm Service weekly Please call Mary Yearta Extension If you have questions, please call by bus to Bradford High School by Allison. Denmark
Corp. Home Economics Agent for Mary Yearta Extension Home auditorium at 10 a.m. to attend the I love pets)
I, registration (964- 280, ext. 284). This Economics Agent, 964-6280, extension Gainesville Youth Orchestra Concert. Fat ones, skinny ones,
Licensed Mortgage Broker service is free to everyone without 284. All persons are invited to attend May 10 the second graders will go to Tall ones, short ones,
regard to race, color or national this meeting without regard to the Florida State Museum In Cute ones, stupid ones, clever ones.
1301 Gulf Life Drive Jacksonville Fla. 32207 398.7600 origin. color or national origin. race, Gainesville for their field trip. Dogs and cats, squirrels and bats,
Tweety birds and putty tats
Monica Maslowski, fifth grader in Drakes and bears-terriers; .
Ms. Phyllis Goldberg's room is the But my favorite pet in the world is my
winner of the Bradford County Spell kitty, Cleo.
ing Bee held on April 5. Monica won
over the eleven other contestants SPRINGby
from the elementary schools In Brad- Richard O'Steen,
ford County. Theresa McCollum and
Monica were the representativesfrom Spring, Spring, is my favorite time. .
Southside School. The winner Spring,Spring, Is shiny like a dime!,
Spring, Spring, is right now.
was given a plaque and now has the ,
opportunity to participate in the Spring; Spring; Is in the town!
Regional Spelling Bee on April 28 in Spring Spring, is for me.
A Jacksonville, which Is sponsored by Spring,Spring, is what we all like to
the Florida Times Union. The winner see?

from each school was given a,pin and SPRING

bv Michael Chappell
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has flowers, rains, and other thingsIt
j1 Card Of' Thanks jj; Is beautiful

;, z Just because it is Spring.
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The kindness and sympathy of Easter is in Spring.
neighbors and friends in'our recent Easter brings
sorrow will always remain with us asa Candy bunnies, and other things,
: precious memory. Our sincere Just because it is Spring.
:ii L thanks and gratitude for all those
comforting acts.A News from Mrs. Vicki McKinney'sfirst
I special thanks to the Starke grade: Good spellers are Dwight
Police Department and the Bradford Allen Terry Crews, David Floyd
County Sheriff's office for their out- Jennifer Forsyth Vernon Griffin,Jay
standing help. A special thank you ((0 Hodge, Joel Jacobsen. John Loper
Archer Tanner Funeral Home for and Chris Tucker. The children have
their understanding been very busy getting ready for
ai I 1)1J1JI1 1 hgdl !iq,loiue,,! ..t mjJy"; Easter. They have made Easter Bun
'f. |rl i-'an+n v>i h'P."ef*wl'>I lsr" it'1' Uil/' ny mdbiles to hang,in t lr.roorn.
Pine Valley CongregationalIluliness Easter baskets and an Easter calen
t'hurih dar.
D l'ustorslCl'la'ld Hodges Airs. Elaine Wood-Miss Shirley
sl Johnson's class has been working on'

'Sunday: Sunday School 10 a.m., paragraph writing. These students.
Worship Service II a.m., Youth Ser work shows the results of their hard
vice 6 p.m., Evening Service 7 p.m. efforts.
Thursday Service 7:30: p m.
I How The Sun Cecame Hot -
I by Terry Watkins

FLORIDATHEATRE Once upon a time a boy had gotten a
ball and bat for his birthday. That ,
-. night he was having a big feast and
the boy laid the ball and bat on a
table. The ball rolled off the table and
Call A WalnutStarke stopped near the fire. It began to melt

( ...*.. .*964-5451*?. .;... I! and second grew a bigger beam and of light bigger.came In a down split,

Fri. Sat. Sun. from the sky and hit the ball of fire. It

We missed our Early disappeared into the air and because'
I it was so hot they named It the sun.

Bird Sale. So How the Sun Became Hot
we gave by Jeff StarlingOnceuponatimeaspaceshipcame .

\ \ the worm the chance by the cold dark sun. Its lazer beam,

hit the sun and pushed the SUII
L z P together and made it into a ball of a
\ to knock out high prices! % ,, F fire. As the ship was going around the
sun the sun exploded and that's why it'
VICTOR is always erupting and we have heat
and light. '

CALCULATOR Why the Worm Has No Legs '
$11900REG,5129.00 by Andy Williams
NO.1OO ,
It was a summer day when a man ;
came out into the woods. All the r'
worms were in a group and they had ..
-..-. PLUS"CONVOY" nine legs. They heard a noise in the ;,'
bushes and they saw a man with along ;
LETTER SIZE knife. The man saw them and he' .
laid his knife on the ground. The :

3 RING 3RD CUT ................................. worms crawled on the knife and the., >

BLUE BINDERS 514.30 REG $ 0<<) FILE FOLDERS .....3 nl.P.RJ.I. :lH.... why sharp worms blade do cut not their have legs legs.off. That is..1' ,. .

WITH LABEL HOLDER JaII Frl. Sat.FiomOut. Why the Cat Purrs ;..
REG. S8.5O *' $700 01 Once upon a time a cat had a kitten:":
with a sore throat. The mother cat .
The Murky Depths took out the kitten's tonsils. The kitten' '
began to make a purring sound and -
NO. 711 .
SWINGLINE OF 1/ig"D'/ Swamp now all cats purr. .

SWINGLINESTAPLER Co.m8l... Why the Dog Wags His Tail 1 .

SF-1 by Herbie Cooper, .:

For Your Graduation., ( A dog was once walking down the" .
STAPLES : :, ,, if road and a fly kept buzzing around1- .
i2 !
., him.,The dog began to play with the'-
J- Glftldeas. . fly.'Then the : .:'
':; fly went away and the!
REG. REG. ,. ..,. dog kept on walking. Then he Inund a-' .'
$625 S1.55 SALE 99C; : r bone. The fly came back and wanted :
i $7.50 i F ,.-- -- For a happier colleger. f NOHSIERXlrPLUS to taste the bone.The dog wouldn't, let'
,.. 'i., a I Y r.give your student t" him so the fly started to tickle thu dog: "
r '' sons and daughters That day all dogs began to wag their 'J
;.{, F'7r: this Smith.Corona e tails to keep flies away. Dogs and flies. .
W, Galaxie 12 It Is big. were never friends again. "

PILOT I PENS r 4'.' I _durable_ *\ Look broad'shouldered at t these features; S :: Monday-Flshwlch.School Menu for.buttered\pr1111l-2O corn. .-

f' REG. { SMITH CORONA".P'alaxie cabbage slaw, cookie delight, milk. .
; .. 12'Ottk '......,.-..........,............HH TUt'Sday.Hamburger gravy, mashed
r -
S8.28 $675 .. *Sw K.'vb'*rJ, ",. Sun. Mon."MALINII potatoes, mixed vegetables
: Full L.-nglh Tabulae! n' f,, fg*s tomato wedge, applesauce ".
Chan .
.' t .Variable, Liiw Spactnii :T'i 1.. ::; C 5.. I'
.. T+uchSal.titur spiced ham chi garden
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1 : 3Po di.nLin. r.:1cJ! pxI'V PLUS peaches milk. ..:
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,. | Ttw iiiCShpI' _ Thursday-Sausage buttered grits

$15900r Jj. THE VAN" milk.green beans, applesauce, biscuits,' .

110 Call .
964.5764' '
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.: \' Rated: R cornbread
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I Training. Season Begins April 14 at<. Camp Blandins: 1 9. 000"Due this Summit'' } ; ::11

'" '" ,
TMa summer at Camp Blinding following Saturday April 21, for two with hn'f: I
Alternate Command ( :
Headquarter Jain Company c of the Third Bat-
wttl> be one of the busiest since Work weeks training. A separate Infantry and all aubordinant unite from tfllon, 124tb Infantry from Alabama Mfaatodppl, and the Amy if the living quarter*. +snaorsee6t'}' ,
war Reserve unit from i
2 with Puerto will
19,000 Rico amount for !
National Guard and brigade has its command bye ran* OM M.'y.
Army Reserve trainees due In for two and.Is DOt part of a division.separatedfrom An Reserve Alabama, Mississippi from, and Puerto an Army Rico tTaiaS! Wales area, which "W train July 28 August n. In addition to ate twe.wes&active immmar
WMka' of active duty for company aa part of an exChange Camp Blending facilities provide duty sessions, Camp Standing''
or weekend
SIB Is commanded colonel and
by a will be the final to train at Blending
tamlnlng between group program been set up. training areas for infantry, eritIt eer- Is used 42 weekends of the fee
April 14 and August has some 900 to 1,000 more men and Is this summer from July 29 A SoUth Carolina air defense battalion year l
IV big signal and air defense f
according to artillery shorter
CoL Gus Gonzalez, more diversified that a divisional fa due training programs.uaUptuy I
August 11. for the two
post commander throw weeks from units designated aa an Florida National
brigade, Col. Gonzalez '
from .
says. unit
Army The 1,200-man detachment air defense artery
1Te first group an Oman en- The S3rd SIB Is actually some 4.500 Scotland la due to arrive April :31 for Includes MP'a from S.C. and two provides training areas training for helicopter site and St.Auultln8eon3uct.. tr.tnin.: '. I\ 1
but not all the j
tomology unit, is due to arrive this strong men are coming two-weeks. The ScoUand group, engineerCompaniesfrom Florida,the gunships and for Infantry weapons. weekends at Blanding and two-week 'I i '
to Blanding. But the 3,300 expected at 'dressparade 255th
Saturday. The advance detachment wearing kilt' will march in a and M9M Engineer Companies.
Engineering unite that '
train at annual in I
for.,, the 53rd Blending will make one of the two A 20ml Special Forces periodically July.
unit will Blanding
Separate Infantry complete twotorrtthreebagpipe' practice demolition technI-- The FBI slates five- '
largest to train at time train :
Brigade (SIB) is due to arrive Next this summer.groups It includes: units one from April 27,.. with A at Blanding June 2-16. ques and construct floating bridges on day training program, as do vartous '
Wednesday, April 18. with the member support command some of the '
3,300 camp's many lakes. Pro sheriff's departments.. These groupsuse
all the
state. Another
over group The 120 troops come from Wick from Alabama the
member brigade due to arrive the the (3rd 167th COSCOM jects are also assigned to the the rifle range, primarily.
3.300 Signal Group, will
men an train
Peterhead. Grangemouth Argyll June
1,1) 923. The group in- engineers to help maintain the '
Scotland, are a composite company Eludes engineers from Alabama, a facilities providing a valuable camp ser maintain ed Camp Didand1 t hf hfby.is I 1 :'

Local Schools from the Third Battalion, 31st medica), detachment from the Virgin vice to the camp as well as giving National Guard. The camp also contains :
Highland Volunteers of the Territorial Islands and
MayToughenStand Army Reservers training the men. '
and i'
: Army. The Third Battalion .is from aU over Florida. Since supply i
I Camp Blanding la an Army faciltlea for the Florida National S I
made up of companies from thequeen's Military Academy and the Defense National Guard training site, the Ar- Guard. \
Own Highlanders, Argyll and Air my provides funds for its own unite to Increased use of the camp Is in line
on Alcohol., Drugs Sutherland Highlanders, .ndGordon' MP Battalion from Florida, and the 181st train there. Other unite that use the with a plan by the Florida National ,\
I 0 Highlanders. Company from Miami will train camp's facilities, such aa the Marine Guard to have an entire brigade train '
tough stand may be taken on the Principal Jim Duncan admitted The Royal Air Force will transportthe the The two weeks from July 721. and Navy Reserves active Marine at one time, to make the } t
useof! alcohol Scottish eturnlohnlr.. Rend final group, the 8'300 strong and Navy groups and the FBI, like actual timer :
or drugs in the local are more active duty in of
schools after a Monday night March Monday night he was not cognizant of States, and_will r .. aTrd- Clon.l, ....w..w. + .... .... .... .. ,"
the Athletic, Department rule, but
19.discussion brought out a conflict In said he agrees with It "It seem bat: ri
th i,School Board Policy Handbookand. this particular time this partiular ,' '
.' rules of the Bradford High rule had not been explained fa this 1
Athletic Department. particular student," Duncan aid. i
The -Punishment was enforced by thcfiigh
discussion arose from a school with a suspension, Ducan
father's request that his ninth grade said; the athletic rule came-up ater-
daughter who had been disciplined ward."I i
for consuming alcohol on the Bradford made my decision on what Heel 'L
High campus be allowed to play was sound administrative judge j i i ii
softball and run track this Spring. ment," the principal laid. i ii
Th..tudent would be allowed to par- The school board was not aware of FABRIC SHOPS i
ticipate in athletics this Spring under the Athletic Department rules either. r. I
the school board policies but Is pro- Board members thought the only : ,
hibited from doing so under a rule of rules students operated under was the ;
the BHS Athletic Department.. policy handbook adopted by the
Under Athletic Department rules a : .
student caught using alcohol is 6oThhde last time the Athletic Department ,

suspended from further participationin rules, which Athletic Director Items Available In TG&Y Fabric Shops Only.
's orts for the
remainder of the David Hurse said are based on
school year. policies of the Florida High School I,
Board member Arthur Gaskins said Acitivities Association was In 1973
Monday night he thinks the school Casey said. .
board agrees with the Athletic Board member Parrish said he
Department rule in this instance. "I went to both coaches Involved and
think the board wants to take a tough neither was aware of the athletic
stand on this Gaskins said, in- department rule and the student
dicating hewllicall for a public hear- didn't know about the rule.
ing to change the school board policy. "Personally. I feel that is where it
It:was also agreed Monday night is not fair. I heel we may have done .
that this particular case will be this child an injustice." Parrish said..
brought to channels called for in the
Athletic Director David Rune told ..
school board policies of the parent the board he does not like to have cto
firM seeking redress with the teacher written rules because they "lock you .
then the principal, then the administrative In."
staff and finally a hear- 'We like to work with the kids whenwe 1
ing before thq school board if the can," Hurse said adding that :
parent wants to take it that far. some coaches do a better Job of ,
The parent involved In this matter Ung rules across than others. The .'t ,
agreed, at the request of school board rules are discussed In coaches' e the cut
member J.T. Parrish to go back meetings Rune said but some ;
through channels with his request. coaches miss some meetings becauseof a
That decision was made after Supt. other duties. I
Casey said the policy handbook has Parrish protested that the student .
not-been followed to date. handbook should be followed since .; carS

"}hopefully we'll get it resolved those rules are the ones the school.
before school Is out," Parrish told the board has adopted. for ngt". ', .1\ \'.
parent at the close of the discussion.The Hurse responded that discipline: on
problem arose after the student the athletic teams Is"much more str .
was disciplined at the high school viaa ingent" than at the high school. .
suspension; then the Athletic "Students know when they come "-.J._ \ ..
her from out for athletics that their conduct Is I.
DepftrttrtcM'torohlblted'IWJ 61'h14fk' "wheh''ffsTie:pars'tcipatitfg *'I going to have to be beyond reproach," lri;':J1( .Ni aws rwwyrw.''tt-!:;! \ \ ', ,,: "

returned to school. Hurse stated. a '
; "

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:Bradford County 4-H, Open ,

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Horse" Show Winners 'DOUBLE KNIT )

The Bradford County 4-H and OpenHoi Barrels : 1) Vette 'J ,,,' .+,
e Show was held last Saturday Swift 2) Donna McDavin. 3) Sheila < ,;
March 31.Eliding Anderson 4) Becky Anderson. f I
away with the Jr. High Point Barrels Horse+H only: 1) Shelly 100% Polyester Doubleknlt Is one of the most
'Trobhy was Andee McKoy Sr. HighPoint Raley 2) Clifford Brunetti 3) Clare. practical and useful fabrics ever! Make dresses
Trophy winner was Clifford Winkler 4) Donna MCDavit3.Barrels pants, jackets and morel Stock up now for all of
Bn/netti and Open High Point Trophy Open: 1) Shelly Raley. 2)) Spring sewing needs. 58/60" wide. Solidsor I.
winner: was Johnny Hammerstein. Paula Kay Anderson 3) Annette your y
Following is a list of classes and Swift 4) Tony Anderson 5) Donna prints. Reg. 1 97 R
winners: McDavid 6) Clare Winkler. < 2.47 0
Showmanship and Grooming4Honly Poles Pony-4-H only: 1) Vette Yd. ,
: 1) Toni Mills, 2) Andee McKoy, Swift 2) Sheila Anderson 3) Donna
3) Clifford Brunetti 4) Shelly Haley, McDavid, 4) Becky Anderson.
5) Clarice Weintraub, 6)) Dolly Hig- Poles Horses+1I only: 1) Shelly <
genbotham. Haley, 2) Wanda Rolley 3) Clare ,' '
miter Mares-4-H only: 1)) Wanda Winkler; 4) Sheila Anderson 5) Tony ,
Roily, 2)) Pat Hammerstein, 3)) Shelly Anderson 6) Donna McDavid.
Rafey, 4) Clarice Weintraub 5) Poles Open: }) Shelly Raley 21 ;
Andee McKoy 6) Toni! Mills. Annette Swift,,3) Clare Winkler?4) 0 Dancheck WovenGingham f
Halter Geldings-4-H only: 1)) Clif- Tony Anderson 5). Sheila Anderson Bright Cloud \
lord'Brunetti. 2)) Donna McDavid, 3) 6) Don McDavid. Qiana) PlainsYou'll 1 Checks : ; :
Tony Anderson 4)) Michael Brunetti

5) Dolly Higgenbotham, 6)) Debbie Retired Teacher'sAssociation Y look and feel great In stunning Bright and cheerful Gingham Checks made of t. I ,

Phillips.Western Pleasure Jr Rider+H dresses, blouses, and lingerie made or 65%Polyester and 35 Cotton Is a woven blend with I i
onlyo 1) Andee McKoy, 2) Clarice 100% Clan plains 63/65" wide. It to give yog extra durability. This teams up j 1 '
Weixtraub, 3)) Donna McDavid, 4)) Sets ;j lends a certain elegance to anything a popular and perky pattern to give you a 's: '
Jayne Helveston 5) Dolly Higgen- fantastic look for( your creations. 44/45" wide. ,
you make of It. And it's easy to take I'
botham. 6) Kenneth Plemons. care of too! I
Western Pleasure Sr. Rider-4-H 1979-80 Program 4
only 1) Michael Brunetti 2) Patti Qiana' ,Is a Registered Trademark of DuPont.
Hanunerstein, 3)) Clifford Brunetti 4) Reg. 1 2 7
Johnny Hammerstein S) Wanda During the meeting of the Ex- Yd.Req. .
Rolley 6) Toni Mills. ecutive Board of the Bradford-Union 1.49
Western Pleasure- Open: 1>Andee Retired Teachers Association held at 4 3 i
McKoy 2) Johnny Hammerstein 3)) the First United Methodist Church In ] 3.9S "Way )
Sally Norman 4) Clarice Weintraub Lake Butler March 18 Robert O. 4 0' Yd. I Ia
5) Tqni Mills 6) Wanda Rolley. Walker chairman of the legislative t
Horsemanship Rider+H only: committee outlined the committee's t :I4'''I
1) Andee McKoy. 2)) Dolly Higgenbotltam legislative program for 197980. 4 '
3) Jayne Helveston, 4) The Executive Board approved the Permanent PressUnbleached 'I
Clarice Weintraub 5) Vette Swift. 6) commlttee'a program which includes 1 Breezy Point i! I II
Ken Plemons. liaison between Bradford and Union A. 1 :
Muslin I ':1
County commissioners Lake Butler % ;
Horsemanship Sr. Rider-4-H only: and Starke city councils and other Moc. Eyelet Plains .' .- I
1) Clifford Brunetti, 2) Toni Mills 3)) political subdivisions within the two .J. Thl fabric give' you the notvollook) you wont for everything( + r ,

Johnny Hammerstein, 4) Patti Ham- counties for the purpose of promoting for today' look In to0i. .Ieet! yard, and yard. from curtain' ta drette. and Mou... Ifs 100% Cotton. 38" .. .,"" '. 'I'
meratein 5) Michael Brunetti, 6) legislation beneficial to the older from thin collection ol 44/"'"wld*y.l.t wid. And It'* permanent pro*., really eoiy ta care for! The -.I I
Wanda Rolley. citizens of the Bradford-Union area. Il'a Ideal lor primp. and Summer foihlon send mot natural choice for clothe*, and for the hornet) ; :; I
dOpen Horsemanship: 1) Toni! Also to encourage these governmental come. 'lr> beautiful j "
a arra/ of cohort and pattern. r, t
3)) Johnny J 1
Mill, 2) Andee McKoy bodies to establish advisory
50% Fortrel Polye" .ter/iO% Cotton. :
Haromerstein, 4))) Wanda Rolley 5) citizens committees consisting of 'I I.
Vette Swift, II Sheila Anderson. older citizen that are familiar with R ego 0 5 7 .\ I \
'l11aln+1I only: 1) Johnny Ham- the problem of the older persons. Reg. llYd. 0.77 YD. ; '
merstein 2) Patti Hammerstein 3) During 1979-ao invite political candidates 4Ka ll'<
Kenneth Plemons 4) Dolly Higgenbotham to the B-U Retired Teachers 2.49 t
,. 5) Andee McKoy 6)Wanda ,
Association meetings\ for the purpose f''
Rolly. of endorsing only those candidates 'J .I I
Hammerstein that have a real concern for the older
Open Trail: 1) Johnny ;;;.,
,2) Patti Hammerstein.3) Wanda person. Encourage all registered .r
5) and older to vote In the 4" ;.
Rolley, 4) Dolly Higgenbotham voters 60 years election Friday March 30, 'Ga,,'. AOVIIITISao "."CMAND"" POUCT- TGT'. twite to always h.va -"......... merchaiMllM In .e'eejuate ...".!, hi ir ...,... In ; :
Clare Winkler 6)) Tony Anderson.Andee upcoming from Districts S and :". event the ""....,..*. _......,.. .. net ."ella*>led ntewnfereeee reeeeneTOaV will provide *).!*Cl>*.k,...n ra.wsl.,leases tkat tfcenerohene'lce '! t'>, ..
Obedience Class Open! 1) for two senators 8 may be eurchcMtf el Ihe all, price, when h( -...em. a.elabl.. er ye m.y pur.*ee -" ...,., Quality mereltendtee I'e elmiler lZJ" ;:"
McKoy 2) Johnny Hammerstein, 3) to be their representatives at. the ,........w...... *We will he happy ..refund ye r money It yetf ere net ...,le le4 wild ye r purehece. n le the pellev .t TORT to... that yew eraeppy I I
Vette Swift, 4) Patti Hammerstein, 5) Silver Haired Legislature .to meet in =. with your p..,......*. N Is I TOa Y'. pelley te. M prtoed ...........".." MIM ...,...." H*.uler. .*.. Price. mey vary nrnfcet by Market, but .' ;
Michael Brunetti 6)) Wanda RoUey. Tallahasea in July 1ST?. t'." prtoe wilt elves be'ee e'vertUeo' 'i : '

Rollay.Western 2>Riding Clifford- Open Brunetti: 1> Wanda 3) members Walker of stated the Legislative that names Committee of 'frk s tool i toil 12-14 : Tfour.beMlxIy.IIt-rG<&<;I'ii i

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IE Miss Terri Alleta of Keyatone ..). ro :
':\ Heights, whose marriage to Jackson .,.. i' ...., I mltAfowb 51. ", I
I if: Prevatt wW be an event of June 9, ;. : "" "... 1 i
.: was complemented at a progressive -, \ :
': bridal shower 964. 608 j
Thursday evening, ..'4< Apr. It. tttt rage IB
: April 5,given by Mrs. Larry Patenon
:: at her home. >,. --
: Honored guests attending were I
:: Mrs Allison Mints mother of the ,:. Debbie Spongier f honored At A Coffee ,
: honore* Mrs. W.H.t Ills. Sr., grandmone -
:: *of;the brldelect, Miss Tract
: Aljeti. sister of the bride-elect, Miss '" SoturdaMiss 'y, Aprll7
: Sandi Smith Mrs. G. P Prevatt, Sr. '
: mother of the prospective groom, Debbie Spengler, wbosermariage were Mrs. Chitty and Mrs. Hardy.
Mrs. Buddy Ruis and Mrs. Charley to Desso Forman will be at\ Pouring coffee at Appointed hours
: Williams, sisters of the prospective event of June 23. was honored at J t were Mrs. Bill Wilson Mrs. Douglas
: groom lovely*.
: The refreshment table covered with T, at the home of Mrs. H. M. HatcherJr. ; Haynes and Mrs. Torodd. ,
i, aqua and yellow table cloth (the on Bast Call street. Assisting the guest in the Faintly
:r bride-elect's chosen wedding colors) Tina Banner Hostesses with Mrs. Hatcher wen t Room and the Sun Room were Mrs.
:. was centered with a three tiered heart Thomas Smith. Jr. Mrs. Joan Chitty, Mrs. Joe GUsy, Drew Reddish, Mrs. Cissy and Mrs. : :ant
: shaped shower cake. The cake was Mrs. Jim Hardee, Mrs. J. E. Hardy, Mitchell. Mrs. Hardee and Misst
: flanked by two large arrangements of Tina Sumner; Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Jr. Miss Haynes poured punch In the Sunnil
.; spring flowers. The table also held an Haynes, Mrs. Frank Mitchell. Mrs Room
: assortment of nuts and mints along Thomas Smith Jr. Drew Reddish. Mrs. Jim Reddish. a i The hostesses presented the
with a crystal punch bowl. Mrs. John A. Torode. honoree with the sugar bowl to her
_-The 25 guests enjoyed cake served To Wed April 20 Mrs. Hatcher greeted the guests t chosen china as memento of the occa.t -
-by Mrs. James Oval and punch served the door and presented them to UH sion.Mist !
= by Mrs. Larry Peterson: while Miss Mr. and Mrs. receiving line'composed of Others assisting in caring for the
rrAIjeu opened the many useful gifts. the Clyde Sumner Sr.an- Spengler, Mrs.V,J.Spengler, moths r guests were Mrs. Charles' Darby (
E:: The hostess presented the honoree nounce their approaching marriage of or the honoree, Mrs Graham Forman Mrs. Charles Hardy and Mrs. Don j : T
f=with the oval baker of her chosen daughter, Tina Lorena Sumner mother of he prospective groom i Neel.
to Thomas M. Smith, Jr., of Mr.
son .
:china: = as a memento of the occasion. and and Mrs. Emma Badman grandmother Approximately 250 guests were inre -
Mrs. Thomas Sr. all of
Smith of the honoree. vited to
Starke Corsages we caU during the hours 10 and 12
to those in the receivinc a.m.
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April 20, at 7:30: p.m. ftt the home of The I I '
= refreshment table covered
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Woods and the bride, 825 N. Temple avenue. was ,
rlamily: of Live Oak were Sunday Miss Sumner Is Bradford with a white organdy embroidered Homemakers
attending To
;; Meet
braided, designed table cloth and
rvisltors of Mr. and Mrs. Nealy Me- High School. wai
Connell, Jr. and Mrs. Linnie Woods. centered with an arrangement ot r t Ii I
is y'a
Mr. Smith a 1978 graduate of Vo- Thursday April 19
azaleas. ,
=Mrs. Woods went back with them for Tech School.
: Inviting to the table In the r
=a weeks visit All friends and relatives Invitedto guests I i
are dining and out Bradford Homemakers
attend. room handing plated I I County .
:. Club will meet Thursday, April I', at
10 a.m. at the Agriculture Building In I II
Starke with a program II
"Safeguarding Your Home" being I
by Home Economist Exten-
atop presented Agent Mrs. Mary Yearta ,
: ... ( 'o I There will be a slide series shownon ''E
p "Help Stop Crime" and a film entitled -

.. "Target for Terror". The program :
will emphasize technique on
what you can do to burglar proof your ;
:,home. It will also show how you can .
invite the burglar into your home by -
:informing outsiders when no one is -
home. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McCarthy
BUFFET ':. A "Mixed Craft" workshop will be
"" held Thursday April 26 at 10 a.m.and
,participants are asked to carry a Mable Kay Jones and Wayne C McCarthyWed
11 A.M. Till 4 P.M. a',''brown bag" lunch.
',\ This will be and
a very important
FRIED CHICKEN 1 ';informative meeting that can prove March 23 at Heilbronn Baptist
helpful to all. It is open to everyone,
of religion, creed,
regardless race
Heilbronn Church the necklace of
IfBAKED Baptist was cross diamonds a gift
.> national
sex or origin. setting for the Friday, March 23. 7 from the groom.A .
p.m. wedding of Mable Kay Jones to reception was held In the church
SIAM Harvey Wayne McCarthy with Rev. Fellowship Hall where the bride's
K.L.P.O.A. Holds Benefit Dean Cassels performing the double- chosen colors of spring flowers and

With Fruit Sauce ring candle,,light service. greenery was placed throughout.Miss .
Brfdge-Lunchoon April The bride is the daughter of Mr.and Sherrl Norman of Lawtey kept
Mrs. Mack C.Jones.The groom Is the the bride's book at a antique table
I The Kingsley Lake Property son of Mr. and Mrs.James H. McCarthy covered with wedding white cloth and
Owners Association held all of Starke. centered with a candle and bouquet of
a delightful Centering the altar 15 branch flowers.
TURKEY was a spring
bridge-luncheon April
Thursday arch candelabra flanked on each side The bride's table was'covered withan
5 at the Center at
new with two tree candelabras. Baskets antique cut lace cloth over mint
With DressingS Kingsley Lake with approximately 64 held mixed spring flowers' of pink green linen and centered with a large
attending." gladiolus yellow and white daisies. white cake shaped like a church with
& Eight tables of bridge enjoyed
a were Ray Norman presented a five inch columns. t
; program
eGpea .M; 'during- the day; and 32 non-bridge of nuptial music. The w- -. '
: s. _, .jhrycra\i joined lunch.
: '' slddoourr .Mrs. Wnda and bell around UW > A cMcfcen i JVormdn directed: She rose ugtr "- '
With Mushrooms < i'!, '," was served from the tables covered wedding. sides land having scallops and loop
Richard McCarthy attended his trimming. In the front of the cake
Corn On The Cob with pink cloths: centered with small
brother as best man. Ushers were church was a bride and groom corning I
of azaleas.
arrangements Terry McCarthy, brother of the down the cake steps. Topping the i :
The benefit affair to
was help buy
Broccoli Spears groom and Johnny Bailey of Live cake was a steeple and pearl trimmed
furnishings for the new center.
For I headed Oak.Mrs. ornament made of hearts, Uo satin I
The committee by .
With Cheese Sauce Only Gerald Moran, president of Alma Packham of Theressa bells and hanging over a set of wed-
,, K.L.P.O.A. and the members attended as matron of honor. Atten- ding rings In soft mist of pink illusion.
I women dants were Miss Cleo King of Starke Cutting the cake were Mrs. Faye King
Ten Salads served hostesses.
Assorted as and Miss Cindy Norman of Lawtey. and Mrs. Darlene Hardee.! Flanking i
$ 9 5 They were attired alike in polyester each side of the cake were two arrangements I
BeveragesDESSERTS 3 Beta Club Helping Cancer organza gowns lined In a acetate taf of yellow and white \'
i feta. The skirt flounce was attachedto daisies and burning tapers. Silver,
'. the waist to form cascading ruffles dishes held mints and nuts.
Society In Two
: I Projects and had'double ruffle sleeves and V Mrs. Barbara Jean Reddish served
\ neckline. The bridesmaids gowns the punch at a table covered with an "
lemon Coconut Pie Plus We Have "Easter Eggs Beta Club of Starke Middle School wore spring floral print in design and antique cut lace cloth over mint green
held a car wash and dance-a-thon last the matron of honor's gown was soft linen and centered with a crystal \t
Banana Pudding week to benefit the American Cancer pink They carried noargayaof mixed punch bowl upon a crystal stand i
; For The'Kids"trawberry Society. spring flowers In shades of pink seated in a matching crystal dish surrounded ,
miniature carnations, statice andyellow by garlands of fern and
The club set a goal of$200 and have apr ,
d more than doubled It and will probably and white daisies and poms ing flowers. The yellow punch was
with white satin streamers. They also topped with peach-pink floats.
triple it by the time all the con.tributions
I wide brimmed Mrs. Elizabeth
turned in. wore hats of braided Stillwell and
ktOA.3LOAVUA The enthusiastic are members seemedto polyproplene and trimmed with daughter Mrs. Linda Notliny of Fer-
this Is Our Typical! m :I enjoy being part of a money makIng acetate pink satin ribbons. nandina Beach fashioned the unique*
project for a worthy cause. The bride,given in marriage by her pink rice bags.Following .
of Mid father wore a sata-glow chantilly the wedding the couple
Starke Dewey McKinney, principal
Of .
; undayBuffetFor.E die School, and Peggy Stanwix-Hay lace gown with a Queen Ann neckline: went to their new home on Highway 21 I
and Dorothy Moore, featuring a fitted bodice of chantilly North Gasline Road, Keystone
Only 395 U.S. 301 N: 964-7600 support to the club.sponsorsgavetheir lace bishop sleeves with full chantilly Heights 'I!
.. lace skirt with a chapel train. She The bride is a 1975 graduate ..f ,
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chapel length veil trimmed in chantilly The groom Is a 1970 graduate of .
lace. She carried a silk nosegay of Bradford High School and ,Is I ,
.pink roses, white and yellow daisies employed at Camp Blanding as' a .
and baby's breath with white satin mechanic for the Florida National
streamers. She also wore a small Guard.

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Gamma Memorial Service ." p a'jonmh ----o..ar..arn- -.
Alpha + Aorlettne ana urew Barry are nome .
To be Held by UDC : this week on spring break:from Birm.InghaesSoutiero .
Mrs Ltia
Mrs Ua Caldwell and
ADK Met April :2 ". College. .
On Sunday, April 22 Rae Yawn vtotted Mrs. Buna Yonguein
Ocala on Sunday. :
Plans were discussed for the annual Mr.and Mrs. Randall ChIsm visited
May dinner to be held on Mav 14 at the 4Ik The W. T. Weeks chapter. UDC. Mrs. Joe' QiMy of Starke and their son-in-law and daughter Mr.
April 2 meeting of UM Alpha Gammachapter met Wednesday, April at the borne daughter Mr*. Jodie Johnson of and Mrs. Herb Johnson in
of Alpha Delta Kappa held at of Mrs. Lester Crews where plans Orange Park left Wednesday to visit Tallahassee on Friday. Mr. Chism
the Episcopal Parish Halt were made for the Memorial Service i their daughter and sister. Miss Cindy returned home the same day while
Louise Sigmaa will be guest Sunday. April 22. at 3:30: p.m. at Cissy for eight days at Cottsrnore Mrs. Chism remained for the
speaker the Malt meeting. Crosby Lake Cemetery.Mrs. Gardens, London England where weekend to attend their grandson .
Sandra Duncan presided over the Guy Sato and Mrs. Mildred Cindy U a FSU student Richard's first Holy Communion at
meeting where It was announced the Weisgerber will be in. charge: of the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church ,
chapter, led by Jeanne Loper. service. on Saturday. .
volunteered to aid in the March of ors Mrs. Beatrice Smith gave a check Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey visited. '
Waikatbon on May 7. Mrs. Marie Albright to Winter Havenon Dr. and Mrs. Jacob (the :
Dimes! for tioo to the UDC to be used for the 1-( Phillip .
Prior to the regular business l ti UDC memorial room at the historic Saturday.Mr. former Marjorie Ellen Thomson) and
meeting. Mrs. Alice Arwood of courthouse in memory of her grandparents of' sons of Roslyn Heights N. Y. will arrive ..:
"Flowers by Larry" presented a the late Mr. and Mrs. A. E. F' f and Mrs. Cecil Cooper Saturday for a weeks visit with
qu *lion and answer forum on "Plant Moitt : Durham. N.C. were last Wednesday her mother,Mrs. W. H. Thomson and '.
". overnight guests of Mr.and Mrs.C.L. family at Kingsley Lake. the .
Lester Darlene Joining
-- -- -- -- -- Mrs. Crews chairman Mrs. RheenJim .
Delicious refreshments featuringthe Hells' W. B. Mundy and Mrs. J. W. Kincald GatUn Cooper.Mr. family for the weekend will be Mr. .
Easter theme,were served by the HillUrd Turner were appointed to the nominating and Mrs. Fred Thomson and son, ..
and Mrs Lee Casey are renting
hostesses Jeanne Loper Eugenia committee.A Todd and Henry Thomson of'
Whitehead and Denton. Evelyn Rhoden one of the Beasley cottages at Tallahassee.
Mary ,
Benita Lynette Wells certificate of membership was Lake. ,,,'
presented to the new member. Mrs. Gatlin
Mildred Weisgerber by president Jim
Elks To Hold Hilliard Turner Mrs Herbert Thomas.At Mrs. Margaret Smyth of Largo Is Mr. and Mrs. Richard Welty and ;; ;
the close of the meeting Engagement Told visiting her mother Mrs. Bertha family attended the Blessing of the ; .
InstallationMondayApril16 ToWedMay5 refreshments were served by Mrs. Pearce for several days. Fleet and Art show In St. Augustine on .. :. :
Crews and co-hostesses Mrs. Gladys Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rhoden of Sunday.
$ Rev. and Mrs. Oscar L. Wells of Weldon and Mrs. Emm Tanner. Hampton announce the engagementand Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Peterson of
Starke announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their; .' Silver Spring Md.are visiting Mrs.' L. Sheriff Dolph Reddish will return
t J Pierce Smith of Gainesville Elks approaching marriage of their daughter, Evelyn Darlene, to Jim H. Gibson this week. Friday after attending a law enforcement -
Lodge 950 will. be the installing officer daughter. Benita Lynette of Lake Lisa Lee Henry Gatlin. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. school in Boulder Colo. for two
for the Incoming: officers of Starke J>eoatOll, Fla.to Hilliard David Turnerof R. Gatlin of Starke.A Little Sara Crosby of Orlando Is weeks.
Elks Lodge 1802 on Monday April 16. Fruitland Park son of Mr. and David Manning June 2 wedding is planned. spending this week with her grandparent -
at the local lodge on N. Temple Ave. Mrs. John Henry Turner Sr. of Miss Rhoden and Mr. Gatlin are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee Mrs. Graham Forman of Crestview
Supper will be served at 7 p.m. and Leesburg.The ToWed April 20 both Bradford High School graduates was Friday to Sunday guest of Mr .
installation at 6 for membersand and Mrs. V.J. and
p.m. wedding will take place Saturday Spengler daughter, ;
visiting Elks. May 5 at 7:30: p.m. at the First ----- Mrs.John Ostgard of Flagler Beach Debbie. .
officers to be installed Mrs. Beatrice LaMonda of Graham .
1979-1980 United Pentecostal church, Fruitland was last Thursday to Saturday guest "
are: George W. Brown exalted ruler. Park. announces the approaching marriageof Mr. and Mrs. Harold Branham are of Mrs. L. N. Pickering. Mr. and Mrs. James Garofalo of ',
John Warren leading knight Henry Miss Wells attended Leesburg High her granddaughter Lisa Lee to visiting his sister and family in Warren, Ohio were Monday visitors of __.
Spear, loyal knight. Bill Eddy, lecturing School and is employed by Health and David Dean Manning, son of Mr. and Dothan, Ala. and her brother and Mary Sue Rahn underwent surgery Mr. and Mrs.. Henry Stefanelli. .':
knight. George Dominianni. Rehabilitative Services Vocational Mrs.Kenneth F Manning of Graham. family. Capt. and Mrs. Robert L. last week in Baptist MemorialHospital.
secretary Herb Louth treasurer Rehabilitation in Tavares.Mr. The wedding will take place Friday, Cooper in Crestview this week.
Ralph! Read Wee Nealy McConnell .Turner attended Leesburg High April 30 at 8 p.m. in the Graham Bap-
Jr.. trustee Bob Clare trustee School. and is employed by .Rally tist Church. -
Walter Pnck. trustee. J. D. Doyle Dodge in Ocala. All friends and relatives are invitedto .
chaplain. Bobby Wolff esquire and attend.

Robbie Shaller. mnerguard. -"- ---C'a4 FOR PEOPLE FED UP : .

Car Wash Wax and
James Broomes 2:J y.-K-. .

Polish Saturday at
Hosts March 23 At Mr. and Mrs. David Taylor of

Starke Elementary Oakland City. Ind. were last week WITH MODE BUR
Dinner Party guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Frick.: .

)fr. and Mrs.James Broome entertained There will be a car wash wax and Mrs. Nelson Green was a medical
at a dinner party Friday even polish for SlUM to benefit the patient in Bradford County Hospital
ing. March 23 at the Western Stear American Cancer Society on Satur the first of the week.
Steak House honoring their son, Lonue day. April 14 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at THAN BUBGBR0
and fiancee Dora Tnest following the Starke Elementary School. Mrs. Harriet Carter and son Jay of
the couple's wedding rehearsal. Volunteers from Lawtey Correctional Ustell. Ga. spent the weekend with .
arrangement of yellow and blue Institute are contributing their her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
flowers between two burning candles services. Loudon. Jay remained with his
graced the bead table. grandparents for the week. Joining
The place cards were set on small the family Thursday to Sunday are
white hats hich held brooms in the Ricky Kite Celebrates4th Mrs. Marvin Barnhart and daughtersof

bands of the mens and yellow silk Vail, Colo. .'
flowers on the brims of the ladies. Birthday April .:,. .
Dora and Lonnie presented gifts to Richard E.Deese of Lawtey received -
their attendants in appreciation and Master Ricky Kite celebrated his a BS degree in Criminolgy at the .
also to each other.Thirty4our fourth birthday on Saturday afternoon FSU graduation in December. <,
guests. enjoyed the oc April 7. r\
casion. Cake and ice cream were served to Mrs James Montuoro and
family members by Ricky's mother, daughters of Tampa were visiting her
Dotty Kite and grandmother, Mrs. father. Mac Baldwin Saturday to '1

Brewer-Patroy Minnie Rhoden. Wednesday.Mr.andMrs.W.H.Greeaandfamt. .
I 1.- I { A Bugs Bunny theme was used in N" ''fIf.r ., I
Birthdays'CelebratedGary i the party decorations. "ily '. ::rt.f \" :;: """ J. It"l
Out-of-town guests were Mr. and ', of Tallahassee are spending l n1.. m"l''I\
Mrs, Mike Rhoden and daughter,
Don and Joshua Brewercelebrated Wednesday to Sunday with Ms
Tracie of Green Cove Springs.
their birthdays Sunday. mother. Mrs. Lex Green.

April I along with their grandfather..
Don Pa tray' .
Gary Don. 6. and Joshua.. 2, held f
their party at the home of their
parents. Donna and Gary Brewer on oj

Geiger road .. .
The circus: theme was used. After r ,

opening gifts, a family cookout was J
held The party ended with dessert of
a cake decorated with clowns,
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homemade ice cream and juice. .. '" ''..
Gary Don entertained 10 of his -
friends at his home Saturday.April 7
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Horseback rides and games were :NJft

played. The country-western theme ,. .,
was used with a cake complete with ,

stage The torch children: were given miniature

cowboys and harmonicas as favors is A JEW: BURGER .


Eva Mathewson and Minor Wainwright PortraitsBack .
were the winning couple at
Duplicate Bridge Tuesday night Ida
Shaw and Anne Hamilton were second In Time ForMOTHER'S BUB9iR THAN BUN..I
Lora third.Francis and Liza Mine- .

singer were .
The club plays every Tuesday nightat
7:30 p.m. at the Pratt Street DAY
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were Monday overnight guest:*of XI.J J
and)In. Gilbert Goldwve. y.. DAILY;- 10AM. 8 .PM j. i dr Introducing the new hamburger from the DAIRY QUEEN BRAZIER4 store. In a .,

.' new"six to a pound"size.that really gives you some meat for your money. Instead :'::
Mr. and Mrs. M. C Baker of SOUTH'WALNUTST.
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CHURCH ACTIVITH3SJ, ,, Europe last w .k_ '',.ndWill be there L W :;, y', : 1 M.'... W ndl. Smyth and law _-.on end QarII Ion. -:.: I !
until the end of May. daughter Elisabeth of Jacksonville Mrs. Brown's IN" lJI'a
GRACE UNITED METHODIST Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Bary' and / spent the weekend<< with her parents, Ann Austin and Corey Robert*;
church Bible School study Course at the daughter Julie, of Jacksonville, and 'Y ..., 'tttb I. .: Cot and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. Hamilton's fourth gr *- rl. "
every WCdniec1aX'.Cat 8 their son Tom, Jr., of Lexington .... Mrs. Fred Moot visited her son-lr- Crews and Romta Manning. '
p.m. The church hat a nuStry tor visited their brother and Btafer-uv n 'i" law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Seth Mrs. Ctittino's fifth gr -ref f esy I

Services.re-school children during Worthlp law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice on Seaver, Sr., of Jacksonville. orffrak Mr. and Mr;. Jack Wainwright of Andrews and Randy and Andy of Mcdeuan and Nancy Shnuford. :
Saturday night day. it Tallahassee spent the weekend with WUdwood. From there she went to Ms. Fullwood's nhh/sUth
Mr. and Mrs. James Anders of Putdt of BlackiiWftft l ;. their mother Mrs. Truby Wainwright Tampa and visited her sister, Mrs. Kevin William and Annette RJifcjan.
PERSONALS: Palatka and their mother, Mrs. O.J. Ga.,was a Tuesday supper gu *t Of1 Cecil Wade. While there they went to Mrs GoWen's sixth gradeHPatn i
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Vanzant of Anders, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford Mrs. Carl Prevail and )lr. and |4m" Mr. and, Mrs. George Kelly, their the Billy Graham Crusade. They Austin and Dit Austin. .
Callahan were Monday supper guestsof and daughter, Nancy, and their Truman Norman. son David, and friend Jim Harris of visited their brother and sister-h. Mrs. Ripplinger's seventh grade I
their brother and sister-tn-law, Mr. mother, Mrs. Hester Hicks, attendeda Mr. and Mrs. Jerre Starling of Jacksonville, barbecued a pig and law, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Boyer and Virginia Massey and Victor Massey.The .
and Mrs. Cecil Hardee. family reunion at the home of Mr. Starke visited their parents. Rev.and they had a cookout on Sunday. The Mr. and Mrs. C.Y Mayo, of Tampa.
Mrs Llssle Starling of Jacksonville and Mrs. Leslie Sweat at Maxville Mrs. Moore also visited her bother
on Mrs. Charles Starling and family on following friends and relatives were county spelling bee was held at
returned to her home on Monday morning Sunday. April 1. There were at least Sunday afternoon. present: Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Granger and sister-in-law. Elder and Mrs. the school board office Thursday mor

after spending some time with 100 people present and they enjoyed a Mrs. John Tye Sr., met her sister Palatka, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry George Boyer of Plant City. ning. Bruce Howard and Evette Scott .
her daughter Mrs. Elsie Norman. basket lunch.Angie Mrs. F.L. Roberts, and sister-in-law Pionessa,Grandin, Mr.and Mrs. EB. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford and represented our school. ,Evette: was
BIU Anders,Sr., of Jacksonville and and Erika Padgett of Mrs. R.B. Keith,and niece, Mrs. PaulRay ) Rowe, Mrs. Elsie Scruggs, Mrs. Susie Nancy and their mother, Mrs. Hester the runner-up of the bee. Congratulations
Mr. and Mrs. James Anders of Jacksonville spent the weekend with all of Jacksonville, and they enjoyed Williams,of Chiefland, Mrs. Jim Harris Hicks attended a birthday dinner for Evettel I We are proud of you!
Palatka visited their mother, Mrs. Stacie Gnann. lunch at Sonnys on Lane Mrs. Dave Kelly, and sen, Mr.' her sister-in-law. Mrs Nellie Parrish,
O.J. Anders on Monday afternoon We are happy to report that Wayne Avenue In Jacksonville on Thursday. and Mrs. Mark Kelly and children, which was given at her grand Mrs. Hamilton's class has been studying ''
Mrs. Joyce Futch of Blackshear, Hardee Is getting along okay after Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Kelly Mr. daughter and husband's home, Mr. Creative Writing. The following
Ga., spent Tuesday until Thursday surgery on his leg in Veterans their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Robert Kelly, and Mrs. Angela and Mrs. Warren Fallen, of Jacksonville poems were written by some of the
morning with her sister, Miss Hospital, Gainesville. Bonar, of Jacksonville on Friday.Mr. Cullimore and children, all of on Saturday, April 7. The birth- students In the class: '
Elizabeth Terry. and Mrs. Billy Thompson and Jacksonville, Donnie Kelly, Miss Lisa day dinner 'was enjoyed by all pre
Mrs. Johnny Jenkins, of Hilliard Henry Hodges and sons attended two children of Gainesville visited Ekard of Gainesville Mr. Greg sent. I WISI
spent Tuesday with her mother Mrs. stock car races at Lake City Speed their mother, Mrs. Daisy Thompson,, Alvarez, Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Reddy Mrs. Fred Moore was a Sunday dinner I wish I was an eagle so I could fly
O.J. Anders, and took her to Starke to way on Saturday night. and brother-in-law and sister, Mr.' Cox of Hilliard, Mr. and Mrs. Earl guest of her son-in-law and And shoot straight up In the sky.
buy groceries, etc. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited and Mrs. MUlard Jordan and'family Troxell, Mrs. Patricia Hayes and Mr. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey of And, then I could be with other birds
TM1 Wayne Gustafson left for their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. PaulHAMPTON on Friday evening. :and Mrs. J.D. Kelly of Lawtey. Starke. After dinner Mrs. Moore, And fly in a bunch of herds.
/ Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards, Mrs. I wish one day I could be free and
Jewell Roberts and Mrs. Drew Reddish Alone

.----.------ .--. AREA NEWS of Starke went to Jacksonville to finally.
_. -._ ---_. visit Mr. and Mrs David Moore, who Billy Stroud,3rd grade

by Dolores Meng - ,parties' their teachers and parents had been 111. While \there Mr.and Mrs. "
Phone 469.1915Congratulation William Beaumont Army Medical visited the Francis Meng family on prepared for them on Friday. Paul Moore and Mrs. Rex Mixon THE SUN
Center in El Paso, Texas. Sunday. Faculty and students will report came to see them, too. like to watch the sun
T.J. now has the rating of or- < back school on Monday, April 16. It It can really roast a ban.
Mr and Mrs. Otto Hicks celebrated thopedic specialist. On April 5 he HAMPTON ELEMENTARY NEWS is hoped everyone will be ready to It's hot, not cold,
their Golden Wedding Anniversary on reported to Fitzsimmons Army Spelling Bee begin the CTBS testing scheduled for LAWTEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL You sure can't hold it in your handIt
March 30.Enjoying. Medical Center In Denver. There he In the Countywide Spelling Bee held the next two weeks for all grades. Menu.April 1620MondayHamburger must take a pole
this occasion, with their will be joined by his wife, Robin, and April 6 at the School Board Building Lunch Menu on bun, Or must It take a pan?

parents were Mr. and Mrs. Otto daughter, Shannon. Hampton Elementary School was April 16-20 mustard, ketchup, lettuce, tomato, Robert Starling. 4th grade f
Hicks, Jr.. Sherrie and David of represented by Billy Bauldree a sixth Monday, April ill Hamburger on pickle, french fries, banana pudding, J
Gainesville; .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grand Opening grader, who came out in fifth place. bun, lettuce, tomato, pickle, french milk. THE FAWNA
Hicks, Handy and Laurie; Mr. and Hank and Susie Lott held the Grand Amy Williams, a fifth grader, ended fries, applesauce, cookie, milk Tuesday-Spaghetti with meat girl sat down behind a bush j
Mrs, Michael Dale, Steven, Jonathon Opening of their newly remodeled up in sixth place. Principal Connie Tuesday, April 17 Lasagna, garden sauce, cheese tossed salad, peaches, She sat on the grass and it went t
and Jennifer; and Mr. Glen Wilkinson Lott's Country Store in Hampton on Clark and fifth grade teacher salad, buttered corn, fruit cobbler, wheat rolls, butter, milk. smush. .
JClay;; Hill. Following dinner at The Saturday. Claudette Peterson accompanied the biscuit, milk.Wednesday. Wednesday-Corn dog mustard, ketchup She got up and looked at the lawn
Yearling Restaurant in Cross Creek, Grocery specials were featured, students to the Bee.Easter April 18 Peanut butter later tots, baked beans, ap- She turned around and found a fawn
the-group returned to the home of the prizes awarded, and entertainmentwas Vacation sandwich, macaroni & cheese, green plesauce, milk.Thunday.PI2.za, She said scared it away.
Otto Hicks, Jr. family for a reception. furnished by a Bluegrass Band. Students enjoyed the decorated peas, fruit cup, milk. ,cole slaw, oatmeal She "oh"hand} I'll see you again
The table, covered with a lace cloth Easter cupcakes especially made for Thursday, April 19 Hot dog, cole cookie (crunchy), peaches milk. someday.',
over a gold underlay, was centered Happy BirthdayMrs. them by Mrs. Blonnie Derkman and slaw, baked beans, strawberry shortcake Friday-Turkey sandwich, tater Ann Starling, 4th grade
f with candelabra holding tan gold Betty Smith celebrated her her assistants for their lunch dessertson milk. tots, buttered corn, apple crisp, milk. ,
I 1 tapers. Sherrie and Laurie Hicks April 5 birthday by dining with her Friday. Friday. April 20 Sausage link, rice, The "Tote" bags you ordered have IF ONLY

I served punch from a silver punchbowl husband at Gainesville's Red Lobster The Primary grades enjoyed mak. tomato gravy,orange wedge, hot roll, arrived at the school. If paying by If only I could fly
I. The opposite end of the refreshment Restaurant Inff decorations for Easter' and the milk. check, please make check payable to I would sail through the sky
I table held a tiered cake trimmedfjvith Amy Clark, daughter of Mr. and Lawtey Elementary School. The like a bird or a plane
white miniature roses and Mrs. Connie Clark, celebrated her deadline for purchasing these bags is and act< wet In the rain.
gold leaves, and topped with a golden 11th birthday with a family party 1biUI NEWS'by ---- April 30.School. Russ Miscally,3rd grade
"50": ornament A floral arrangement featuring a decorated cake on April 5. \ calendars for the month

of.loses, iris, pom pom and gladiolus Elizabeth G.Walker have been sent home. Please check TilE BED BUG
wad in place on the piano. Visitors Phone 964-6683 your calendar to see what's going on One morning I woke up in bed I'
The children presented their Mr. and Mrs. Randy Scoggins and commemorating the death of Our at school. "Oh Oh," I said.

mother with a corsage of yellow silk April spent the weekend visiting (Belated) In Memory Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. CTBS tests will be given April IS, 17 The bed bug had come to stay
Sunrise service will be
roses, while their father was given a relatives near Dunellon. Randy also In loving memory of my husband observed at It 18. We encourage all students to I be Mother said. "We have to spray."
5 Easter and all
yellow silk rose boutonniere. The enjoyed some fishing.Mr. Frank Chandler who has been dead a.m. on Sunday present for these days, so they won't The next day the exterminator came" ,
of Churches will
honored couple enjoyed opening a and Mrs. Eugene Meng visited six years March 9. He departed this Fellowship worshipat have to take these tests at a later All he did was spray I spray) spray/
number of gifts from their children Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Arledge In St. life Mt. Pisgah along with all persons
March 9, 1973. We loved you but date. Then the bed bug had no place to play.
grandchildren: and great. Augustine on Sunday. They also wentto God loved you seeking and praising Christ. A repast April 26 is the end of the fifth six- Denny Thompson, 3rd grade
best.Wife will be served. After School
grandchildren. the beach there. ,Anna Chandler weeks' grading period. Report cards
Mr. Wildinson, a guest of Laurie, Mrs. Russell Gilbert and Karen commences, the Youth Departmentof will go home May 3 The following students are doing ;
was: the' photographer. Glen is the from Micanopy and William Gilbert Big Talent Show at R.J.E. Gym. Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church and White tee shirts bobby socks and outstanding work in Math from Mrs.
grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. from Somerset, Massachusetts_ nasium, 1801 North Pine Street, Ebezener Baptist Church will presenta saddle shoes were the style at Lawtey Hamilton's class: Rob Norman. Shan

W.D. Wildinson, lifelong friends of Otto .. .-------- Starke. service.joint Easter. exercise during this Elementary on a return to the 1950's. Hampton Ann Starling. Shaun "
end Janie.Additional. A cash prize of $50 will be awardedto Many of the students and faculty enjoyed Butler, Robert Starling Tasher Allen
Greater Freewill Church A
honors were bestowed on the first place winner. The second Baptist : dressing for the 2nd annual
up Keith Ilea ton, Cindy Taylor and Eric .
invitation extended
special is to eachof
MrLand Mrs. Hicks during the Sun GIRL place winner will receive a $30 cash 50 s Day celebration. All the students Starling.
f day.:morning worship service of the SCOUTSJ4 prize and $20 cash prize will go to you to attend our Easter service that participated were given a treat

I Friendship Bible Church in Keystone i>. third place winner. Drawings will be %Jhis year. Winners'' who were chosen by Mrs. NNENDRYS f'
i.c' :J I Our services will have differentechedule"'Of".tIMI.etCfI"eb'.W. UPHOLSTERY
I Hefghts. the Pastor, Godwl I.n" ;;heldduringPhe.ehow to give Jucky a Sissy Santanginl from. county of1 ;
com'menil! Ic !" "' + .. .' uwiiv : 1/4 f "
recognized them with l ; .oUWU.Io'\UIU.i
IN elr ncirlwent"'tast ld y', ticket holder a $3'cash prize. resurrection lice were: .- >
about their married life, offering Saturday and Sunday at Deseret We are inviting everyone to come of our Savior. Our day Klndergarten-Todd Hall and .HOME AUTO
will begin with Sunrise services at 8a.m.
prayer-for: them. An arrangement of out and see this spectacular. We can Michelle Sapp. '
Breakfast 7:30: Sunday School
yeljpw and white chancel flowers Rodeo In which nine other assure you of a most entertaining Mrs. Johnson's first grade-Earl t
Roundup 9:30. The Easter will be at 11
were provided by the family in their program Green and Lori Sellers; Mrs.Brassell's '
councils as well as Gateway spent the evening. '
a.m. Easter Egg hunt 12:30. 1
honor. Admissions-adults $1.25: Junior and first grade-James McNeal .
weekend camping In the wilderness, t
Snell will\ r
Mr. John speak at 6p.m
square dancing, competing in games Senior High Students .75, Middle p.m.. service. and Dana Norman; Mrs. Sexton's S.R. 21S '/. Mil* North S.R. 100 ,I

Honored Student (such as calf rescue, pony express School Students .50, Elementary Pleasant Grove United Methodist first grade-Cindy Harris, Mark Rout. I I. Ben (77 '
Among those from this area attending Students .35. Shuford andEvelyn) Aldrldge. ,
horse roping, water' relay ) rehearsal Lake Build, Fie.
Church (
the "Hometown Day at JU" All proceeds from this will : Thursday today Mrs. Sander's second gradeSheilaTew
activities obstacle course), making new friends activity '
for Easter.Sunday School 10 a.m.The 4762083"JOHN
on the Jacksonville be toward better Mrs Tougaw's second grade- Phone
campus and learning about other troops and providing recreational ;
Easter will be held
recently were Mr. and Mrs. Charles their talents. Deseret Ranch is a facilities for Starke citizens in Greater program Allen 3 A.M.E.p.m. Neil 'Castelberry and Tammy Jo M;"HENDRY I IiOw
Hicks, Randy and Laurie and Mr. the Reno and surrounding Tatum. > II
working ranch, owned by the Mormon communityarea. Church: All members are asked to : ., (
and.Mrs. Michael Dale. Mrs. Tatum's third grad-Charmin
Church, which proved to be very with the Week ,
cooperate Holy services
Laurie, a student at Trinity Chris- This activity is under the _. ..
gracious hosts and put on a great sponsor. at Mr. Pisgah A.M.E. Church.Sunday' !t or. 011_
tlag Academy, recently was named a rodeo Saturday afternoon. The worst ship of the Concerned,. Citizens of School I
10 a.m. Morning service DWIGHT SLATER'SOpen
winner in the Twelfth Grade Divisionof Bradford Inc.
part of the trip was Friday night'sweather County, 11 a.m. The supply pastor is Rev. :
The Greater Jacksonville Student (who can help that, we all Notice: Remember the Target Area W.H. Zanders. The Easter, program
Writing Competition for her poem were frozen) and the high light was 14 I
Improvement Day Saturday April will be presented at 3 p.m.
I "TBe Toys. The poem was sleeted the rodeo which more than helped'us at 9 a.m. Everyone will meet at the There will be a Cantata presentedby AOJl & Seat : ,+
from nearly 600 entries in this year'scompetition. forget the night before. Those atten- R.J.E. Gymnasium. The first project the Community Singers of Lawtey, .U.s.3Q1 S.

Gooding Auditorium ding were Michele Kimutis, Carmen will\ be to clean the streets of litter and April 15 at Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church, 7A.M.12P.M'. & Walnut St. I
war-used: for recognition of winners: Eaves, Cheryl Furrow Annie Loper, rubbish from Brownlee Street east to "Glory 'of Easter". Everyone is In-
Laurie received a congratulatory letter Julee Wise, Patricia Slocum, Lisa Old Lawtey Road, west to Oak Street vited to attend.
:from Dr. Robert Spiro, JU President Blackshear, Valerie Hamm, Ruth and north to North Street. Antioch Missionary Baptist MOTOR OIL
: along with a commemorative Jenkins, Theresa Ricks, Mrs. Slocum All residents of the Reno area are Church: Thursday 7 p.m. Prayer PEPSI
certificate; also a copy of the and myself. Many thanks to those who urged to participate In the clean.up Meeting Sunday School 10 a.m.Church 1" $29
Souvenier Anthology, containing her helped us ready for the trip, Joyce project. of God In Christ The con 3Qts. 1002. Tax ; 1
poejjji and those of other winners Shewas Wainwright, Barbara Ricks and the 8Pk.
will motor to Gainesville to & Dep.
Notice: There will be a public hear- gregation Plus TaxBordart's
i ::also awarded a $150 scholarship }
other Cadettes who worked
fellowship with the members at .
ing for the application of the Com
foriJier freshman of college.Laurie's .
I year banner. munity Development Block Grant Williams Temple Church of God In All BRANDS SEER I
1 instructor, Mr. Tom Bennett -
remember Annual Council
Dates to
I, ;also received recognition.The : April 16 and April 26, 7 p.m. at R.J.E. Christ. The Easter program will be "
reception honoring the winners Meeting and Friendship Luncheon. Cafeteria. The public is invited to attend presented Friday, April 13 at 7:30. ..179 Case : I I
April 19, at Jacksonville University; You are invited. MILK IJ.too
and!their guests was held in Wolfson Cadette day at Silver Springs, April ,. Oaf. Over Cost ,
Student Center. The Hicks family enjoyed
28; Holiday on Ice in Jacksonville. '
Church ActivitiesMt.
scheduled events including dinner April 21; Campership forms are due .- :
: Mi campus, NROTC drill team exhibitions. April 15, check with your leader if you Pisgah A.M.E. Church is observing 1 .
President Spiro's dolphin are interested. Holy Week April 12. Holy Communion / '
collection on exhibit, a student art Have you all looked through your (Last Supper) will be. ad- MENS .,_JIORRIE : -., 11.c'*':. 'UD.ESPANTSUJTS
show, and a tour of the JU campus. In ministered jointly with Allen
orange camp folder which came Chapel Q) .. ( ,
3 the mail to every scout? Our own A.M.E. Church of Starke and the{ + I'
3 GraduationS Laurie Mullins Julee Wise and Rev. R.J. Blaine, presiding elder of j., ,
c. 4 William (T.J.) Smith, son ofMrJSand Carmen Eaves and Jim SchaU are in the Lakeland District, will be the 'JEANS" i14J ASh: v NEW ,

Mrs. Sylvester Smith, the pictures of camping, how about preacher. Good Friday, April 13, ) 1 f"t r'NQ': ,
graduated on March 30 from the. that? noon-day services will be observed ,100% j7.i11'a.iiJllii.tl.T / s ,
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Legals ,...J io ? $197. I

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IrCShe: Circuit Court for ning: thence run''Nor L :
Srojfford County All. persons having Administration hoe been UNITED STATES DISTRICT therly and parallel with $375 {, ..;;:>" .. !kr '. : T-'" : -1' 1.I I'1',1) \! ( ___ J .; :I 100.". I II
FlorJUo, Probate Olvl- claim or demand mailed or. required COURT. MIDDLE County Graded Road 1.'W ,;.. J! t. "viF: P.O''YESTER': '(: I I
.ion File- Number againtt the emote are within three month DISTRICT Of FLORIDA.JACIONV'LlE. 206.75 feet, thence run ( ,1 erMj." :, '1 I
1-2933. In r.;' E.tot. of.. Ireq"led. within thr. from the date of the first DIVI' Weterly and parallel to MEN'S L/S -' MEN'S "- ?,",-DRESSES FOR EASTER :
Ida .oequ.a k a Ida M, 'month. the dole of publication of thl"* SION., Pleasant Grave County ,;

+.. Deceased. the first publication of notic., to file,' any objections United State of Graded Road :303.75 DRESS SHIRTS DRESS SLACKS JUNIOR A MISSY/' ;:,. 11 .It
=: NOTICE OF this notice, to file with have that Plaintiff, f..t j
they may .Am.ricot vAlphonse /thence run lovthur- '
XDMINISTRATIONTaCOII the clerk oj the above challenge the validity of Ton and Min ly parallel with graded ,'POLY ft COTTON BLEND BELTLOOP ft BELTLESS I j
'perion having court a written, *tate< the decedent' will the' nie-H. Tyson, his wife, road 708.75 feet th.nc. MODELS 100% POLY ::1

chai=! or demand ", .nt of any claim or demand qualification of the' per' Defendant*. run Easterly along South START AT $500MISSY $ FROM $1475 :I ':
againt the above etate they may have, tonal representative, or NOTICE OP line of SW''/.' of NE. 909. :
ondyll other person In- Each claim must b. In the venue or jurisdictionof SALE 206.75 leet to the PO8. '1, I "
t.el1edl" th..stotc: writing -and must Indicate the 'court. lying and being In SW''. ( :
Ve7u are hereby the basis i for the All claim, demand, Notice li "hereby given of NE'/., Section IB. AUTHENTIC WESTERN i I
notrfled that the claim the name and address and objection not *o filed that'pursuant to. a Final Tow"hlp6So"thltong. BIG TOPS S PORT> COATS.ce CEE UOHTWEIOHTQIANAFL.ORAC! : .. i '
odmjplttrafion of $h..stoti of the creditor :
or will be forever bar Decree of Foreclosure 22 East containing l
of Ida Catque his agent or attorney red. entered on March 26. acre. Subject however .ASSORTED $*l 2REGUI'0 %. 7 "
Off RLOHSEs'sgS Ii
a k M Ido Mae Burney and the amount claimed. 1979 byr Ke. above ..ntltl.d to tone If:.any due for STYLES W UP SHIRTS
Gesajia., ideceaed File .If. the claim I i. not yet Dot. al' the tint Court lit the above '979..ot public outcry to I
Number 1-2923, I I. pending due, the dot. when" It publication of this Notic. styled causal. the under the highest and best bidder sizes 40-48 LAR;', LOW PRICE! S/S PEARL SNAPS =, PRINT! S!
M the. Circuit Court will become du. shell be of Administration' : April signed Untied State for cosh at the'' hourof souD S PLAIDS i f ,
for :Bradfor l County tated. If the claim I I. 12. W9. Marshal or any of his duly 12:00 o'clock Noon en 31
Florida. Probate Olvl- contingent or unliqui authorised deputies May 23. 1979 at the Front i ; 'j (
..Ion? the addrei of dated, the nature of the (Leslie), l.t. Libby and will ...Ifh.. property Door Entrance of the'. MISSY let QUALITY NOW AT I REMN'ANTr' E 1
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which I Is Bradford County uncertainty hall b. Eva Louise Libby A* Personal situate ,In Bradford County Bradford County Courthouse -
Courrhouie, Starke. ttated. If the claim I I. of Florida. described -JEWIS ONLY '
Representatives a*: at Starka. Florida LAKE BUTLER 1 YD, to 3,YD ,,- ;
FlorlcTa. The .ecured the t. I
co-pertonol tecurlly th. estate of Ida Mae Dated;; April 4. 1979. '*: V' .
representative of the' 'hall b. described. Th. Burney Gotque. Deceas Commence DENIM KHAKI LENGTHS .1 :
ettati teille' I.. lib claimant' hall deliver at th. SE '7't'fi PLAID $301 j I
ore ed. APPAREL ;
Corner of SW' of N6'.. 1 a,8 i
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by ,: Eva LOuI...Libby, ufficient cap(.. of the Attorney far personal' Section,, I II. Township George\ R, INSERtPOCKEJS 'I' 1 '> \
who. address J* 506 claim to the cl.rk to representative: Pierce t South, Range 13 Eat and United< State Marshal r.,, pdLY d COTTON BLEND, SALE 'E. "s': ,
Norr :Water St.. SI.r..., ''enable the' cl.rk to mail Hardy p.A. r.o. run We*tarty along South Middle P(..trtt| of. HOOM ortl"Y''' 3'fU'(1,flEE, ;
Florida.32091.) The name one copy to each p.rsonot Drawer". 1030, Stor...., IIn. ISo.S feet for Intersection Florida. f
and jbddre** of, the perorxiT repreentatlve. Florida 33091 telephone Lawrence Gentile, 111; HIGHWAy'ooiST LAKE! CUTLER-TURN BY UNION GENERAL HOSPITAL.., "'I'> 1

representative'* All parsons Interested '964-5701. 412 of Wet right of Assign United Slate Re HOi URS: IdON FRI. 0:30-5:30: ; SATURDAY 8:304:00 ; j ,

attorney are er forth In the ettote to whom a 4 19. Ztchg way of County Graded Attorney Attorney for pt... 4thG.3BOt ',' blow copy of this Notice of Road for Paint of Seqin- Plaintiff 4.12 4 chg 5 3. v


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I. Page Local 4H CPRProgra'Pianned !t Al Crosby Appointed -

the person next to you collawald a person whose heart and lungs have
you know what to do? stopped working because of heart attack :
.arts are BOW' underway to electrical shock drowning or Starke Zoning Official
estabteh a community program la other cause. Experts: have estimated
Cardiopulmonary ResuscitationCPR that over 100,000 heart attack victims ,
( ) so that more citizens of Brad-- In the United States could be saved A quorum of city commissioners another city employee to do the worfc. *
ford County will be prepared to handle edytCPR.U enough people were hired AI Crosby Starke's ftnt planning part-time: said Edwards ;
tins type of Itfe-Utrcatening and toning official a salary of Mayor Warren emphasized one of "
emergency until medical help arrm Currently Bradford nI(available to. tUjSM last Wednesday. April 4. in a Crosby's primary duties would be t.- "
*. residents of County is offered bedside meeting In Mayor Joe War- back up the city's comprehensive ]j'
Persons interested in becoming In- by the Bradford/Union Area ren's hospital room. plan. "We have adopted only two aCr'
vowed in the Bradford County CPR Vocational School and by some Crosby who's been on the city's the eight elements needed, and w* ?;
program should contact: DaD Smith Gainesville based organizations. New planning and zoning board for the six have until July of 1980 to have ail. Y
phone 964-6400 (work), 9M-5273 efforts will be aimed .t recruiting yean of its existence,will begin work elements adopted and in law." ".
home). local people to organize and staff an Z'1h after giving notice in his present Job The mayor added "This will makepeople -
Peggy Barnett attended a March expanded local program. as administrative assistant in the everything work smoother,the 1,*
meeting in Lake Butler withrepesentatives Both the American Heart Association Florida National Guard.Commissioners will' have someone they can gem and' 'c;
from Union County and the American: Red Cross Harold Epps and talk to." r /: r
and staff from the North Central hare offered to help develop local programs Ted Ogtesby and Mayor Warren being Warren said Crosby will also assist. f)
Florida Health Planning Council to train local CPR instructors treated for Jaundice made the appointment HUD Community Block DevelopmentGrant <
consider ways of providing local and provide equipment. The Health f ; u because 'zoning has Coordinator Linda Day. *.;:;: T
residents the opportunity to learn Planning Council will be assisting by become: a myriad of paperwork and
CPR- coordinating the use of CPR training 4 l I this will relieve (City Clerk Merrill) 'Keep America : tSinging9Film
CPR IS a procedure which supplies resources with other counties in this L Edwards'of the load he has to carry."
artificial circulation and breathing to area.H according to Warren. The city commission :.
had earlier passed an ordinance at ; :if.fe:
calling for a zoning official -
I __ ________ after commissioners decided the ci :;r: :'I:
Set H i mrmm **m mm I M I B iMHH B MMWIUUHMMaHVWMMLittle -
Registration April 23-27 ty's zoning system needed to work Library j,
Sean Sapsky. front, b all smile after reee'ving his McDonald's cer better.
I Students entering Bradford County must be six years old on or before Irene tificate Todd for nest free to food.him.Bean ,,,.enough books to earn the certificate as did Warren and Epps had narrowed the The public cordially Invited to a '
Schools for the first time at the January I. 1980. Al.. pictured choice from six applicants to two special free film showing of "Keef>
kindergarten or first grade&level may Parents and guardians are reminded Collough and Tuba are. 1"Bradford, County Library employees Cindy Me- men. and interviewed the final two America Singing" at the Bradford ,i
rpi AnI23-7 in the that Florida Statutes require that Livingston a.eI. partially hidden Shannon Abrams.Reading before choosing Crosby. County Public Ubrary on April It
tkmtaUry school during Mar pupils entering school for the first Warren explained that building permits from 10-10:40 a.m. This film was.
school hours according to Mrs. time in kindergarten or first grade in the city had been raised to taped live in color in Kansas City at.
Lucille Payne elementary coordinator must have a birth certificate or other Can Pay With McD Certificates make them comparable to the county the 36th annual convention of the. c
acceptable, bonafide proof of birth, in order to pay the zoning official. Society for Preservation and Encouragement -. ,
physician's statement that the child Free hamburgers french: fries,and Start your way up the ladder of sue- City Clerk Edwards has been doing of Barber Shop Qu rtd. .. ..
To carter kindergarten,a child must has no communicable diseases, and soft drinks are being munched cruncess with free"eats"on the way.The the work of a planning and zoning of Singing in America. Come see. hear
be five gars old on or before January verification of immunization for ched and slurped at the locally owned hbrary is filled with success stories. tidal and he says the position is un- and meet the singers and the songs
1 ISM! To enter first erade. a child polio rubella, rubeola and mumps. McDonalds with the presentation of a necessary. they sang in the contest to select the ,
Ronald McDonald Reading Cer- If you want to get ahead,head to your "It's been going smooth, and top quartet and the top chorus of the .
I tificate. Each certificate certifies public 'library (NatiortaI Library there's really not enough zoning workto United States. Over 40 of their songs f
that the school age student has read Week Theme), Don't miss out-ends warrant a full-time position. The are featured in this film. See you
23 Honor Roll At
on Hampton Academy five public library books. April 30, commission could have gotten there. ,

Tmeoty-lhree: students earned Sullivan, Ricky Taylor. I i iI iI I
places on the latest honor roll at Upper Learning Center Bubba I
Hampton Christian Academy. Wise. Sophia Sullivan. Robin Suiter.
The students are: Donnie Smith, Barbara Pearsall.
Kindergarten TJ. Orton Melissa Renee Mott. Mike Meng Charlie
Uasbburn. Lane. Joe Kirkland Tim GUdden. SAVE WITH
First Grade : Lynn Murphy Janice Glidden. David Ford Bobby OUR1:
Lower Learning Center Randy Contois Terrie Bryant Cheri Bryantand
Suiter. Sooya Dugger Wendi Bonnie Brown.

Seniors Can Pick-Up Picture Proofs tta 0 i I

Bradford High seniors may pick up Class members are asked to report stcr a
their cap and gown picture proofs the to the main office at the high school
seek of aped 1620. for instructions: as to where to go to
get the pictures.
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Apr. 12. l.7. TELEGRAPH Page'H

I Ground Broken For Methodist Fellowship Hall[ ,, ,... -*N.r A l5 ;
4g. In the earth to symbolize continue the work of your plan among
th MYF; Rev. Don Deotsn. youth director
eatlontocompletionoinjw their and Inneewbuilding our community
fellowship hall, members of the on tJda old throughMee ,and Scott Whlwt; ; the builds
nrst United Methodist Chunk 'of great memories .hereour hearts are A $117,400 contract tfor the new
Sferke took part Sunday in a reHgkxtaejHrwnony stirred in our recollections this day. fellowship hall WM signed April. 2 by
to begla construction.: We would not want to part with the John Torode, Building Committee
;"t t us trust that Mar God will look endearments of the past except that chairman Whitehead was to start ,
upon, our continued commitment: on they might be enhanced by the new work immediately with completion in 4II .h ', y e a ,
pi .,ground, that upon It may be promises of the future May the new four months.
erected a new Fellows Hall for the rise out of the old with Its treasures-
work'and and the ser that our affection and love for this The new fellowship hall will be approximately
vice. of our community. Let us new placethe New Fellowship Hall' 42 by 95 feet in modified hp
faithfully ask his blessing upon this will grow day by day," Rev. Harper colonial style with a yellow brick
\indertaking.." said'Rev. George asked in prayer.Building veneer to match the present church.
L. Harper pastor of the church to theauelnbleci Committee Chairman There will be two Sunday School
;; congregation which adjourned John Torode was first, after Rev. classrwMns' In the front with folding y,.,gyp. ,.Y,.
to the construction site next Harper, to break ground. Taking doors for extra hall space if needed.!
to the sanctuary for the dedication turns with the shovel were George L. The l kitchen will have plenty of
ceremony. Loper, chairman of the Ad. room for restrooms and equipment. t
Church members dedicated three' ministrative Board; Mrs. R.S. A conference room will be directly
brick and one stone block from the Mullins, superintendent of the Church behind the kitchen. I II
recently demolished fellowship hall, School; Mrs H.H. Adams, president I
which will be made a of the of the United Methodist
part new Women; Mrs. The north side of !
structure! to be built on the site of the John Torode, children's coordinator; Jackson Street building on '
former fellowship hall. The old Mrs. Glenn P youth coordinator; covered will have a e-d-
fellowship hall was first erected in Glenn Polk, adult coordinator; J.T. entrance, a ramp.and a one- Members of the First United Methodist Church of but bv Scott Whitehead on site of the hall which
1894 at then later Carver way driveway with some perking st rke gathered Sunday morning for was recently torn down.
Lawtey, moved to chairman of the Counclt on spaces and l landscaping The a religious ceremony
Starke. Ministries; Doug Reddish, president building wil front on Walnut new to dedicate construction of their new Fellowship Hall to beThis
'Grant your presence with us, 0 of the Senior MYF; Tammy Dempsey did the old structure torn down Street this as
God, as we stand here together, to vice-president of the Junior past month. I

I .: !1IinisterialAlliance'er; 'Holy Week Services HeldThis WeekMethodists h.d.IIM II\i Y1 t e Y 'I J t,

week the Bradford County Alliance President, the Rev. Zion Christian Church in Live Oak, Church in Starke took -
Ministerial Alliance is conducting its William C. Will" Wright, Pastor of Friday will see the Rev. Ben Bryant, care of the food. The ladies of St. Edwards
annual Holy Week Observance with the Grace United Methodist Church of pastor of the First Baptist Church of Catholic Church and First
Noon' Lunches at The First Baptist Lawtey, gave the message Tuesday Starke winding up the week with the Christian Church In Starke served on
Church of Starke. Monday, April 9th, April 10. His subject was: "THE GIV message: "THE GIFT OF RECON Wednesday; Thursday saw the ladies py
saw the Rev. Patrick Foley, Pastor ING OF HIS PEACE". Wednesday's CILIATION", of the First United Methodist Churcii
St. Edwards CatholicChurch of speaker was the Rev. Jasper Monday the ladles of the. of Starke, and Friday, the ladies of
Starke deliver the opening message Williams, pastor of Bethlehem Presbyterian Church and St. Marks the First Baptist Church of Starke I
on -"THE" GIVING OF HIS Freewill Baptist Church of Starke, Episcopal: Church of Starke served and Freewill Bethlehem BaptistThe taw 4 IL
MINISTRY. The Alliance's Theme who spoke of: "THE GIVING OF
HIS the luncheon. Tuesday, the ladies of financial proceedings from the id' ,
for the week is: "GIFTS OF REC. GLORY". Thursday will have the Grace United Methodist Church In'PNCILIATION" lunches are used to supplement the e. L,
Rev. James Love, pastor of the Mt. Lawtey and the ladles of Mt. Moriah Ministerial Alliance's Poor Fund to "
help the needy.

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Building! Committee Chairman John Torode was the first layman to turn a I'
shovel-full of earth In the groundbreaking ceremonies.' With Torode are hU
/ I 1 1 t wire. Mrs. Sarah Torodel his daughter Sally, and granddaughter. Shauna. all I
of whom took a turn with the shovel. I I
Rev George L. Harper pastor of the church, and builder Scott Uhttrhrad '.
look on.



At the 11 a.m. Easter Sunday worship Mullins Dirk Schmidt, Carolyn West ,
service at the First united and
...._-- =. Gene Folsum.
Methodist Church the Chancel and
Lee Hardenbrook will narrate the
Youth Choirs will present the Easter cantata. Mrs. Drew Reddish Is I
\ tlede Cantata "Golgotha" test by Jeana pianist and Mrs. LaVon Drivas Is the
U.$I7A. CkokeFre Valley Beef iMWII Graham and music by Robert choir director.
Graham. At the close of the service the con
.. MW..... gregation will be presented with \
Fresh Pork Butts u'l"iMMiiMUt Featured singers Include John paper butterflies made by Elementary -
MdMBnun I M1 a Schmidt, Beth Patray, Patty 1-201 the Church School. .. ;
Center Cut Slricia: Steak u'ZIMWtlifMt t

Boneless l Round ors Mrwr.Steak '" ....t ,n"/I....... ;
St Chuck Blade Roast tIll j u A fOB I I ; oszoundl --. AorrTrf Sunrise Se.ftIef' Mrs. (" '.Taitinies' are invited td attend family i r,f'

IMI.I l llttUiMIM.... Jfll Eaves' group of the youth film night on Monday. April 16,'at 7 '
Boneless Stewing Beef n I / tl will be holding the Easter p,m. A full length motion picture entitled
_W>11*I Ui M''.'U1? till > s Service this Sunday morning at 7 "The Journey" will depict the i .
Fresh Pork Spare Ribs n rIMMIWIMUII at the First United Methodist courage, wisdom and strength that
The youth will lead the one obtains in life by following the.
tykes Dinner Hams n S191 I IIM tion through the last week of teachings of Christ
MUM KUII- till S8! 158 life as recorded in the scriptures their'e' Mrs. Jackie Johns has accepted the
Sliced Breakfast Bacon I 63Cupe.BUJFI Rev Don Denton will lift up the position of counselor to our Junior I
..1111I.---1'..Mt Etlt rection In a sermon entitled, "A Youth Group. We wish to welcome I
Lot's of Chicken nOOIMHr SAVE f00 A La SAYE SOd A u To The Tomb". Jackie to the youth staff and sincerely 11
Grade A Cornish Hens uSS' serve coffee, donuts and orange young people. 1
In the court yard with all
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-.......,.....- _"_" IMW..11.....MM All three youth groups and Youth Director
Axelrods Ricotta chaste .. ..Slog I Sliced American Singles/ S141 Sklaleu Franks 98d11M Fried Fish Sticks 2& *1 1"sja

iM Ml..CJV AdftAxelrods *t K rum- red M.M. .._111I ......nw Inn_..PIN s.
Sour Cream 69iMWtaM Delicious Cream. Cheese 68' Sliced IotqnJ $131 Booth's Fried! Fish Portions '----. St.EdwardsNews ----- II I ISL
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iwMmivwtt law 12. M Ili 1I4/q f Mitt K .IIm.NM.UIr4."' nn
Sliced Cooked Ham S1sesillMlI.rrl.ItNIu I Les Cal Swiss Style Yogurt 4"1 Assorted Chipped Meats 48' Booth's Fried Fish Portions $271 Edward's I I
Catholic Church Jane Bawek and Mary Gissy
... were
MMLykes 1 lit .UIIIMI1. Natlrl IMI.ual"c.w IM w.unwNNullOcean
.Smoked Picnics uIM sst Pantry Pride Biscuits 4/6S'/ f.1IIIMII Canned Picnics f 481liiU.ItMtPUS Grouper Fillet ,,'P Holy Week Schedule named to Nominating Committee
Holy Thursday,Evening Mass of which is to present a new slate of pro-
W i I*um.v.MYNIw sit M lIa UMM Oscar Mayer Sausage w$191 Margarine Quarters 1188 land .' Frost Turkey Ham 1I f 1 191 Whiting' Fish ,,58 the Lord's Supper 7 p.m., Solemn spective officers at the !May! 8th
Adoration until 12 p,m. meeting.
: ,AGArS SLICED ASSORTED Good Friday Celebration or the
cCa.arSipptl PORK LOIN Lord's Passion pm.,Stations of the Plans were outlined for a Living
ICANNED HAM SMOKED CHOPS J Cross 7:30 p.m. Rosary Service and May crowning to
Holy Saturday Easter Vigil Mass be held !
on May 5.
'l 5 ..898SAY. ; ':' ''Mtifi fi; $1 8vert I p.m. The pastor, Reverend Father
L. CAN HAM SAVE 30C A IS LI Easter Sunday Mass of the Resur.rectlon Patrick Foley. gave information on
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of Jesus It a.m. First Holy Communion plan, parish
\, 4t activities and altar supplies.
SHANK CUT { Altar Soclelj Preceeding the meeting. !Mrs Mary
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I WATERADDED It Mrs. Antoinette Coss, president, Yearta. local Home Demonstration' I
La t ..., jresided at the ,meeting 'of St. Ed- Director, showed slides with a commentary -
.....;4'1, vard's' Altar Society held Tuesday on the care of house plants.
BUn CUT 98' .: ;venlng. April 3. in the parish hall. She also distributed booklets on selection J
POUND Altar Chairman. Antoinette Stefan- and growth of plants.
tell. said that Barbara Anderson and Refreshments were served follow
e Paine Richardson have altar care ing the meeting by Carol Ashline and ,
SNAPSHOTq.'II r luring April. Gladys Weldon. j

1 SPECIAL pcel99C Revival Under At Pine Grove -
MIOryY,$ *AUNeau Way Cjhurch L I

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:39) -- Jine Grove Methodist Church in day, April 13. with special singing .:
,,laiford with services beginning at featuring the Bluegrass Prophets. ,"
TOUR KOOACOLOR FILM AT '' '::30 p.m. nightly through Saturday Homecoming Is Easter Sunday with I''
F R E E TIME OP DEVELOPING AT SAVE'405Super& \prIl14. services at II a.m. followed by dinner !
OUR tOW PRICES. on the ground and a .cemetery ,(,,1\
GOOD APRIL, 12 THRU APRIL 25,1171. 110/12S/I3S rated ONLTt RevNathan Strickland pastor of meeting. Special singing and an \
Vatertown Congregational Methodist Easter egg hunt are also planned. j
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oR raAirrciraarilsiri JUMBO AUTOSPONGES CSLEEM gsfirFrosenPocldrl 'hurch in Lake City, is evangelist. Everybody Is Invited:, 1 f I II

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San Terrace Web Chair 0SunJerracT .MCTMMUUUITWITUMC. '3/al'I 3 SAVE x rime ellll 2/89_ Whipped 49 An Easter Sunrise service will be Rev. Don Denton, youth director, "'" H
$ IM M MB"OW,If.t. 'oeld at 7 a.m. Sunday April IS. at the wilt preach. The youth of the church \
Web Chaise 13"foamv Boston Bonnie Glazed Donuts. 03,, First United Methodist Church. will participate in the serylce. J!!f
rrl r._, INI.M.IMttwM ut> IM a,Itamtm.......Ml.Larry's :' ,. 1; !
let' Chest 99 Table Top Bar-B-Q Grill' $21' Llstermint Mouthwash $1" Stuffed Potatoes 39 ','I "

Foam Ice I Chest M11fxtra t.$4", Climleard; Motor Oil 59' Penn I.tt': Tennis -Balls jpu'1" 'me Level Easter Cantata to be Presented ,', "" '[iji!

M MM.u.Iw MUMIf ri, mm lomn tat I MM...f1irt I9NI HITHt IMM '
$3nHardljiicketrt $8 ft 1 ,} 44' This! Sunday evening: April IS. at 7 death burial and resurrection of
( Strong Stwdi Chest- 24in. Tripod Grill Flip Flop's(ZORICS) American Bar-B-Q Tools "i
.-... ",,,..... .m., the Adult Choir at Pine Level Jesus Christ. The narration based 1r r
Jut $2W' Double Hibachi $4" 20 PC, Picnic Set 99t Kodak Film f,1t 1 laptist Church will be presenting the upon actual scripture, will be done by ,
:aster Cantata. "HALLELUJAH!' the. pastor Rev. Roman Alvarez. ,;\ t i
24Ieunser & Mr. Clean 2802 TOP JOBHOUSEHOLD 2802 SPICBSPAN 54ox THAT SAVIOUR!" under the Accompanying the music and narratluon .. :
COMET $ 3 lirectlcn of I Don Hallgren.Minister of will, be a slide presentation ,; : i
504! 'I $154rg .lusic. showing the different areas of the Holy J*' ';J;t \Y \\i
CUANERrg Land .where (these events took,,, 4 'I x I{
--.. The cantata wu written by the place. ,' I ',
:ell-known composer and author, The public I Is cordially invited:} to at. f J,"' ,

_i'- I-----------IJ I I ohn W. Peterson, and portrays the tend. .'". ,.'. .., it!P I.

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----- Cedar Creek Baptist Church will Featured singers: will,IM the Blue i'
N a Gospel Sing Saturday night, lion ,Prophets. For.more informa, ,!
pill M,at 7JO pan. at the church. : contact Rey,* Clyde',$eajr st ,'. (
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WEDDING long sleeves DRESS, detachable AND Vlllr eo.PACKAGE', Furniture DEAL. less Sofa than' Iron I ; : (ih'Dt/I'\/ P RSO" t GOOD :.
tJ: UCIti' iffiui.I.ii
. REALTY E1 J) long train SI.. 9. $75. mo, old. original value. \ \ .. \ l" I : 'S'E'vrtEt 3.mobile' < paid moc31 I

Phone 964-8725 TFpd (600: ever fluffed chair I ,, :
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P.BALTOH APRICOT TOY POOOLIi 9 original value (150; toll,,d SPECIAL PRICES on nursery *1970 CHIVY PICKUP TRUCK BUUDOZf WORKS w- BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK 964-5606 Open 7 day ,
month old. Hous. trained. walnut cocktail table. stock large .
: Azaleas gal.. can 3/4 ton IWO white spoke orocjlav.llng. | MRVTCI. Bradford' residential -
- Good for children. Phone original volu 3,150; all tbre<.S (1.50 each, IB1.24* Fruit 'I", .. Phone 964-5233: 1003 |obs.. Phone. fandclearlng Martin pump-out, S45 Commercial weekly. TFchg Mobile home ....
964-5065 964-7536 after S p.m. 3/39: piece going .., only (290 I. treat; Boxwood. 1019". Southgate Drive, Starke. Jimmy and Industrial. Fully WANTED axle .
96+52:10.: TFchg and fire. Will pick
4tpd4/l9 ALSO Whit **wn|t $1.50. ''''.18'', (I. See our 3/22: TFchg licensed. Phone 964-8121. up.OLIN'S
t POUR WATERFRONT LOTS machine 'In cabinet, doei 5 rose on Fla. root .'ocle. 176 FORD LTD. loaded BIll'S SHOP Complete TFchg MOBILE HOME .
\ .s 2305 N., Temple Ave., Starke 50x197 ft. (3500 each. everything. excellent candl. $3.30 and 695. Shod. AM/FM stereo, cruise control sharpening tervke. circular' Will KEEP CHILDREN In my SALES. 9645606.. Open 7 .
Phone 904.389.8082, TFchg lion. (175. Phone 964-571;]t treat badge plant clean. Phone 9645685. hand. carbide chain horn Monday through day a week. TFchg ,(
\ TRAMPOUNit New. round. after 5 p.m. Itpd) 4/12 camellias, pot plant*. flanging best off. .." 2tchg 4/13 mower blade hollow groundand Saturday Phone 964-8617. TOP CASH PRICE PAID for '
RESIDENTIAL 'list (599.93 sole 28995. GARAGE SAUl Thur*.. Frl. boskets, and many. 1977 WINDOW TRAVEl balanced. leave at Itpd ../12J. coins, sterling, dental gold.. .t.
r 8x12. list (399.93. tale Sat. South on US 301' to Car mera. O. C. CANNES VAN LWB AM/FM. two Jackson Building Supply. WIUON BLACK TOPPING ring, GF scrap jewelry, '
(239.93. Phone .-.778.32:27.a. : din Bra. Septic Tank Co. or i NURSERY. SR 100 at chain, optical frame*. .r:
I 38R. IB. Fam.ln town. SI I.SCO Stereos, CB cruise contol.AC. Starke or Keystone H... on all major or minor .
'j p2BN. .. TFchg right turn right, last trailer Florahom' 23 mile SE of PS. PB 4 captain chair TFchg asphalt Hot coating for roof watch- bond, etc. Phone J. .
18. 1.14 ocr. II .5OO -',
WITHIACOOCHEI WATER Clothe, 1978 Torpnada>I> 510'1... Phone 6592165. Nice, a bargain at $ .900. SIGN PAINTING Fact one repairs: Ideal for shingle R. Bulllngton 964-6250..
Hwy 16 West-38R 1$. on. ac*' FRONT LOTS New septic Old., fishing equipment,,, 4/12 TFchg Phone 964-7813. .." 2tchg Bradford TFchg -'
day service. See Rudy et coating. Serving
38*. 1HB. Brick .nice on* ocr.lot with 'org. ookt. lank, good drinking water tool., Aquarius' watei.r GARAGE Aid. lOBS Nell 4/13 Waldo Flea Market. Friday, and surrounding area. All WANTED TO BUYl vacant' '4

good termt. Phone taflener. hod 4/12 Court. off Alton Rd. Singer its J/4 TON CHEVY pick. Sat., Sunday and Monday. work guaranteed. Phone movable off-grade framer
FARMS ACREAGE '/904.971-3415.: Stpd 4/26: SEVERAL ITEMS *1973 AMC: portable! sewing machine; up. 4WD. Grand Prix' white TFchg 782-3991. Itchg 4/13 haute to be moved to my lot. "

GERMAN SHORT HAIR Pup-" Matador; 1974 Dodge pick.up baby' "Item; antiques. Phonei .poke. *. Also 2 military tire ALCOHOLICS BABYSITTING DONE In my. In Lowtey. G. KIng 1136 Arlingwood '')I
4BR. 38. Con. Blk with 10 ,.. and 2 bornt. 3 old. hat been BR frame haute Ave, Jox. 3221 f. .1-'
;I oc pie 11 mot. : two with i 9646250. Frl/Sat., 10 til 5 on 8 lug rim*. Phone ANONYMOUS Phone home: all age, overnighter ,-
I 4 ocr*. with wll A driveway. lawly area wormed. Phone 964-5491 3 car concrete block thop. p.m. Itchg 412i 9645293.: Itpd 4/12 964-9140 or 9646582. TFchg" and weekender phone 7243020. Itpd 4/12
; 2% ocrt woodd South of Stork. anytime. Itchg 4/12* Discount for cash. or term i I SIGN PAINTING Fa.'. one 1972 FORD GALAXlIi' good By week or by day. GOOD USED POOL TAIL

7 oc.S7.5OO.Eo.y Trmt. CONSOLE STEREO AM/FM on SR 100 6 1/2: mile. Southof i day .tervlc. See Rudy at condition, 1350. Phone :SEWING MACHINES Reverend Jean Wilson wanted. Phone 964-8559.. ". .

5 acre..$5.000.Eoty Trmi. 8 track. good condition. Stork. Rf 3, BOM 364 Waldo Flea Market. Friday 9646086. Itpd 4/12 I REPAIRED All make cleaned Phone 7823991. Itchg" 4/13 l'peI12
Phone 964.63O5. Sheila. 9 to Starke. l.peI12 Sat.. Sunday. Monday. 197J FORD' RANGER AC. oiled and oduted.| S7. GUIDANCE AND MENTAL -_-
WATERFRONT S weekday. TFpd USED Wilt DRILLING TFchg radio CB. SI.795. Phone ,Work guaranteed. James HEALTH CLINIC If you know
8 FT. CAI.OVER CAMPER MACHINI with bit Help Wanted: Retail
rotary CHAIN LINK FENCE 9647824. Itpd 4/12 :Strickland corner MorganRd someone who need our
3BR. IB Con 61k. hou.only' 2 yart old on Sampson lok. 500. Phon* 533-2974. Itpd' with engine. GMC truck and material. Do It yourself and 1977 FORD COURIER with I and Hwy 16. TFchg" Quittance, .call 964-8388 or advertising

On. acr. on Croiby Lok. In ,..tlc I.d oro. 4/12 30 ft. boom Phone save. 'Installation available. topper. Phone 964-8997 496-2347. 3/22 4tcha 4/13 son.'
IRAZO BLACKBERRY plant. 9647652. Hchg .112 Free estimates. HandyMan offer 5 'Itpd 4/12 saleper-M"
r ". ocr. 100' Irontog on Crotby Lok..S'''..500.f p.m.
'-I ocr. lot on Crosby Lok*.Restricted $13.900. 35 cent each. Phone SEVERAL ITEMS gold occolonal Fence Co. 9648559. TFchg DODGE Royal Menace I REMODELING BUILDING.REPAIIISi THE MOWER CLiNICi All I necessary.
f 9646653. tod 4/12 chair; curtain PATIO COVERS 10x30: (179unlnslolled. 1976, good condition. Pay-off I New kitchens, kind of moll engine part time.

COMMERCIALlorg UNISEX BEAUTY SALONl 4 firescreen with "dogs"; Sim- limited supply. cor or take up payment. I baths family. room Brick repaired. Including reborlng I considered- ,.:
ttationt. good location ex.cellent man solo. Phone) 964.6186.Itchg GATOR ALUMINUM. 4620 Phone 964.6337 alter 6 p.m. I block, concrete. Fireplace far oversize pistons. All I persons '
price. 964-6394. 4/5 4/12 NW 13th St., Gainesville TFchg I ipeclallstt. Griffl Construc type of lawn mower Apply in person, .'
'trvlc itotion with rmodld officet. Equip. Included 21pe1 ""2. CANAL LOT on Big Santa F* 3729767. TFchg 1973 VEGA with 76 engine. I lion. Phone 473.2108 or repaired. Henry Browder, I B.C.T. between 8.10 ..:

310) Hwy 301.2IB'Ionlog. lake. Phone 964-7452. llchg HAY FOR SALE Round bale Will sell or trade for Hat- '473-2578. TFchg Sr.. 964.5760.5 2tpd ...112I. a.m. Mon-Frl. ;
301.S.rvlc. ond tankt .
on Hwy Station pump. 4/12 bottom
(13 each. Arthur Gasklnt. boat or truck Phone -
'nclucUd. HOMEOWNERSDEBTS YARD SALEl Apr. I... First Lr- -ri- .... .......-. ,
Phone 7823140. TFchg 9645452. Itchg 4/12 ----------------- "
Hwy 301 North 150.200'' lol with malI con. blk. bldg. trailer on lelt off Grlffl.

Great location. PRESSING? loop on 230A. 9 a.m. ta 4 lawtey.LIMEROCKi Phone Allen 713-3172 Taylor, _.. ..., ... .. ., Keyatcme Firea Rda i I
Mobil Ham Park-12 oc,.. Included 8 mobll ham. p.m. Maternity and baby. ..: .
alter 6 ""
Room for expansion. MONEY FOR ANVWORTHWHILE clothe. variety. of Item anytime weekdays weekend p.m.TFchg or : ': tf" : 'fANTtif : I LOANS AVAIlABLEiAny WILSON ASPHALTING HELP WANTE .I'....."
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Itpd 4/12 ..... ..., .
CAUSE and child .
BAHIA HAY Argentina : ; I amount home or venture. |ob--blg or moll. N.wdriv.woy. Housekeeper cor ::
MOBILE HOME OR BUILDING LOTS ,197* REGAL Trl-Hull boot ... -- .... in home, Lake Santo ft.-:'
highly' fertlliied. Phone I I Ethel G. Botchelder Rt.2. *, repair my -
Application by. phone walk-thru. windshIeld. 9646071. TFchgWATSON'S DINING ROOM HELP Norman't I I Box 409, Keystone Height' asphalt by having It cealed.Free Must have transportation.:' "
Th... 'lot b. for LOW I 15% down. runabout 85 HP Mercury
can pucho..d a. at 11 and 2nd mrg. loan HOUSI OP Restaurant Waldo I I FI.32656. Licensed Mortgage estimate 782-3991.I Daytime four days per .
on residential and commercial fully dretted. Must tee to VACUUMS Many brand of Fla. Apply In person. 4/9 I|Broker Phone 473-2583. Stchg 4/12-26. week. Lin Sealey. 475-1978 ,
I or I I' i ocr. lol. Hwy IOOW. property liberal appreciate. 2500. Contact Used 4tpd 426MIDDII: or 4751269.I tfnchg 329.:
bali with well & ..ptic-os low at 2995. credit pollcle Don Rosier Rt. 1, box 128. new machine vacuum available. Part AGI COUPLE 45 to :2/t3.Tfn. FOR SALEi Early American PURE CHICKEN MANURE '
Law..... 7823889. 4/5 2tchg console AM/FM radio B
and accessories for all 50 year of age, to operate spread on pasture or 1
Paul H. Faulkner-Realtor CALL NOWI I 412BRASINGTON vacuum ......m.. 404 NW taxi business., Must heN.cho"ff. Sterling. track/turn table. S75.ttpel dumped for garden. Coll' "
Susan M. Bakkn Roltor 10th Ave.. Gainesville, .,', license, ana or .Jewelry, diamonds, coins, FOR SALEI1977KawasakiKPIOOM. F.E. Grainger 1-546-3681 .

Evenings 94.4172 Jox Mrg Consultants CaditUc Oldsmobile phone 376-7110.) TFchg both. Free 2 room apt. plus j home dental gold. Will visit your. Dirt Hawthorne. 4tpd 4/5-26 tin. ,

101 Century 21 DrIve Sales & Service FILL DIRTi top soil foundations 25 pet. Operate between 7 anywhere. Mr. Rlttinan. bike Perfect Condi- U-PICK STRAWBERRIES- '
REALTOR ASSOCIATES and Mar. a.m. and 4 p.m. Call between 473-1089.2/1 tfnchg. tion.recent engine overhaul south !
yards 301
Jax. Fla. ((904)724-1390) Fine Selection Of Used Jimmy Hlghwoy |lust 9,
lrn Faulknr-Ev. .5U2 CALL COLLECT tin, 9645230. TFchg ".9 p.m. Phone I lINGO American Legion S325.Phone 473-4033. tlpd Hawthorne. Follow signs for

Vada M. Settles-Eve. 94-S44 lie. mrg. brk. Cars Taken On DO DROP IN Bargain House 9645430. Itpd 4/13 I Post 202 Sunday. 2.5 412.FOR I'/t miles. 8 a.m. 6 p.m. 'I

Jull. I. Criflis-Eve. "...un CatMlae Trade US 301 South. We buy and R.N. SUPERVISOR OF NURSINGt j.m.Saturday; 7 p.m. Public RENT 2 BR house, fur- Closed Monday. Please bring ..

4/12 4tpd 5/3 2001 N.WI'13378-5301 ell used furniture. Phon. Stark Nursing Home. j nvlted.,.peI 4/3 nlshed on Lake Geneva. Call own container. .. -
964-6740, 9 to 3 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mondaythru 4813300. 2tchg4/5 12
GAINESVILLE 473-2455. tfnchg 3/29.
Friday. Phone 9646220.: t.AKE LOTS FOR
Mon.-Thurs.. 9 to 6 Fri. and FOR RENT. Furnished 3 BR- '2
STRUCK Height 2
1/l23tchgd/26: tALEKeytone
MUST SELL : Sat. 3/1 TFchg MECHANIC Must be b,eautifully wooded lots on NEEDED Would 'like to carpool house on Lake Brooklyn, )
liquidation ol' new all steel' building, Ralph Bryan Grand and Weldon Streett.: dependable and willing to c;;lear sand bottom Silver or pay for a ride to and central A/C. heat den machine utility i

40>7iM 'I 93 per sq It. NEW HOMES. Phone 9645612. Itpd 4/12 work. Phone 473-4971.1 tchg I ake. Good terms or dls- from Jacksonville,8 a.m. 5 freezer room, 2 washing full baths, kitchen : I
Real Estate 4/12 Phone 473-4394 after 1
60.I08* 5 '219 per sq. tt BIO YARD SALE Saturdayand c aunt; for cosh. Several 1 p.m. .
large living room. ..
COMPANION non-smoker, ind '14 homesltet with 6:30: Ichg /12 iAMDCLEARING
Call Collect 1-904-387-2889 Sunday. Alternate 16 at a acre .
473 2638 Itpd 4/12 I
2305 N.T.mpl. Ave.Sterke. for -2
nights active seniorlady.
Century St*.l Buildings I Klngsley' lok.. 0 iccess to lake Brooklyn' at
Fla. HO MONEY Miscellaneous Items. Itpdt12 No dutle Reference ,nly $4,300 each. Commerial FOR SALE 1979 V. ton ford-
Phon.54.I7BOffic. YARD WORK.mowing mov
I Phone 9646734. 'Itchg 4/12 ':/ lot on SR.21 North used three months. Dark trailer washed .
LADY WANTED to out ing. your
CAROLINA DOWN ivallable, Ownerialesman. jade green. Aulo. trans.
NORTH odd Call Rebecca -
open Monday thru In small butinet Will train I any job.
473-4375. 2/22: AM.FM radio. 3sf< V8.
MOUNTAINS Saturday. 9.5 p.m. Sunday As for tecretorlol' and outdoor Worth,475-1720 2tpd
3.5 ACRESTRACTS.lantattlc appointment, lolI- Veteralll *99Q work.. Must enjoy traveling. fnchg. Assume balance of S6.000. 4/12-19 "
LOW alter t -
,.vlw BIG ACREAGE 356 Lillian C. IVantonKEAI.TOK Living accommodation "If I I ACRES on 214 near 473-2261 p.m. Itpd '
: acre
overlooking. ...11.,.. This with '. mile highway Iron As Down desired." Phone 7823991. KItchg Ceystone; Height' (300 "/..12.IIDEI. FOR SAlEGibson: 21 cu.l'-'
tract would mak a dandy '/'2 lawn (89.81 per month upright freeier. like new.
mini form. Hot larg log tage I."" ni': '. Il.IHiI's. dF'hone 473.4058 or.173.4367-'.. WANTED (Keystone"bifll S350..Phoni473,450l. No
GO FIRST CLASS. 5 BR. 4 ; 7tt2-IUd \ San t.4l1t" coll.c51MII>' .pl..... I Itpd'-11
6 Ch jVhite
born. else ho. spring' and > > \ '
bath. Cope .Cod. on f U 'r. ,hlpH WOODED, ,, .. Jal ownlown. Working 4/12 ww
even Jjjil a creek that fun, w ., 38R on, 2 ocr** povd -, "
acre BEAUTIFUL hour 85. Call 473-3686. ASPHALT PAVING Driveways .
thru property. Border. apo..d ,d. Ndsirpoir. Good .
highway. A steal a. RAMBLING 4 BR. 2 bath on t.m.II2.800. llchg 412FOUNDSmall 1 and parking lots,

only SISOO. Good terms six oc,... LOTS Bradford MiniStorage llmerock and fill dirt. landscaping .
$2100 down attume ,loon Older 2-1 lory frame 5 BR I brown and and grading. Free .;: \

CONVENIENT 3 BR. 2 both 1. Cypress Street 3 Br 1 '/ bath BA (25.000 term Secluded Quiet white puppy In vicinity of estimate Call 473-2914 or 1
MOUNTAIN CABIN approxlmotely in town Secure Over One Friendship' Bible, Church. 964.7813 alter 5 p.m. 4lchg ..'
one acre. Carport, Sun Deck. 3 BR 2 BA CHSA Plus 2 BR I 527 S. Water St. Call 4733680. Itchg 4/12 4/12-5/3 ";
Dandy garden tpat. This I It acret of Bradford's fines BA on 10 acre 55600. EachPaved 964-8286 FOR SALI: Worm castings, P
0 handy. man tpeclo Road With One FOR SALE CB Houe.3-4 -
with 900 ft on highway. 2. Sr-16 toward prison. Forest 35 Ib. bogs .SI .50 475-1417.
because It I I. not finished HOME I INCQME: Cornier. 6' .10' '18 Mo. bedroom, I '/t bath on .

Inilde. rough.d wired andplumbing RANCHETTES 5 acres and Heights 3 Br 2 Bath, Den, all table Older frame home, 9ms. Entrance 10' x to' 28 Mo.lops SR-100 sooth.$50.000 on 3acre 4tpd4/5-26

completed.Water mobile home ((5)) lour acre GE Kitchen. 1 ba 50 pecan trees, '6,000 to '6,5OO *. Call 9645775. 4tchg
and the autilde I I. 'lots (lten) acre lot ((3)) Iwo 3 rental mobile home. 1 I 20' '45 Mo. 41253

completed' larg mountain d.ckv.rlooklng ocr. lott ((3)) one 3 4 acre 3. Sr-16 Near Clay County, 3 Br mo.extra Income hook-up. Apx.6 acre(400- 15% Down 5 Yrs. ; BURGLAR AND FIRE

You can live. In It while you 'lott 2 bath, Den. (63,000 I.rm.. Broker- On BalanceCall MARY KAYCOSMETICS commercial.ALARMS! Residential Free estimates.DON and.
LAKEFRONT 12x64 mobile
finish It up. S miles from Owner.

Murphy 123.500. S5000dewn home, screened porch. 4. Clay off 3 Br 964-6464 HILL SECURITY
assume loan. County Sr-21. Furnished 2 BR Mobile 24 Hours SYSTEMS ...73.35..95
PRIME COMMERCIAL 400 Louise Starling
II with 2 Bath Fireplace. Home on 1 acre $13.500.\
301 frontage waterand )POWELLj
2.7 ACRES located en 'large tewer.UILDING Evening 473-3002

.ttreom real good .cc.... 5. 3 Br, 2 Bath, 1 Acre Land, 4 to 26 ocret In Lowt.,. REAL ESTATE Keystone. Heights )"
LOTS In town "
About one ocr. garden : $3.000 per acre term

area or po.'u,.. Plenty of and outYour. Edward Rd. Janet M.

room to build 3 or Ihous. ...................... 10 acre fronting SR 230 KORMANTRAYLORL '
... Lay. gentle. large satisfaction and Wilson Rd. 22000.:

trees cover. this tract. Plenty I. our funurel! All These Homes Can Be ReadyBy AND FILL I DIRT TARLINGReg.
of privacy. SS9SO. SISOO .5S5I*........f4Evnings.........' 36.35 Acres 1340' US 301 .
Fla. f>6H 374
down. Plenty ol wild game : June 15. $56.300 termt.; Starke -\ Real Estate Broker
and Ralph P. Bryan If No AnswerEquIpment i r82-3422
good fishing In this
.altar 9430l'oyn 01 Hand VP- 301 North Trail Motel Lawtey
area.These IB 80 A farm 3 BR 2 Ba home,

E. Dougla.Brolie.Solesman. Call TodayAHordabl. barn out.bldg.. 30 pecan Ty>o Wh..l Drive. Loader With (Jrsdlng Box ,.: Office 782-3931 1:30: PM 6 PM 0'
or. a low of ever trees, fenced 1 eras- Small Dozer JD 350 8 Way Bli id*
2000 listing W. have all hone "".'S9 REALTOR fenced 150000. Large Don JD 750 4 Way. Bl ade Home 782-3896 .
lypet of property luted avid. Dyal. Astociat Homes Pour Wneel Drive Loader With I Root Rak Or Bucket .

from SSOO per acre and up. Phon. 411339licentet 100 acre fam.'woll.!! septic BRUSH CHIPPER SHELL HOME 25'a 25'. over on acre In very quiet .".I
W. have small tracts: w. I dec. Appx. 100 pecan SMALL AND LARGE DUMP TR UCK3 Buyer must relocate. neighborhood. .Ii

alto hav.. several cabins. 9645533A trees, divided by paved .. Services Pi'ovlded _______ $2.750. :,
louses., old farms etc. road. $130.00O'OFFICE : Driveway' LaidclearlngOftlnage A0102 3 BR. Stucco home
Writ. or c.lllo, free listing "I I In ..
Locally Owned Company 4', Road Ditches SMALL ACREAGE. VERY Lawt.. Shaded lot
irachure. You can cell fr.. ,
: lawtey Turn et Custom tot Clearing EASY TERMS. Zoned Open .'
Custom Grade Work
of charge by dialing Office Next To Western Auto. Starke. school toward Baptist Rural. A0113 10 ACRES. OWNERFINANCING A:
__ .
call 1..00..3..7"21. Writ. or Open Mon Fri And 9-1 Saturday church Then,, right at Materials H auled AVAILABLE. .,.

today. Church (follow signs). Topsoil Red ClayMasonry
CHEROKEE LAND CO. A910I 2 Room efficiency AO114 2 BR, frame house
473-3133 After Fill Dirt, LlmerocK SandDramllald ""
Murphy. N.C. p.m. DAY, EVE. I WEEKENDS with over size garage' on on 8.2 ??.,. .,,
Pill Sand Rock
Phone 7(2-3806 .
2190'w. V ....... !

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INTENTIONTO to quolified Suite G. Gainetvllle. Fl.. 1979. sell the following LotsS.6.7.S,9. 10. 11 Delia Covlngton Rose 13. Township '6 South. beginning. thence .con .:
REGISTER described real County and 12. In Block' 10. of tinue North' 370 feet '
applicant who.. Proctor: Lloyd Klntey. property Tyson. Jesse Tyson. and Range 31 East and South -
FICTITIOUS application' are received 4 I22tchg4 19. situate In Bradford Court Florida. 4/19 2tchg "/26.'n the Town of Hampton. Johnny Tyson. Delen.dant half ((5'.) of lot B. or South edge of graded ':.

NAME in the DER. Certification ty. Florida to-wlt: Florida Section 30. *. Southeast quarter (SEa> rood thence run Southeasterly '.
Pursuant to Section Section.' 2600 Blair lots ..2. 3 and ". Block' the Circuit Court of Township 7 South /Range NOTICE OF of Southeast quarter along edge of .' ?,

863 09. Florida Statute Stone Road. Room 541 In the Circuit Court of 10.; and lot 5. 6. 7. and Florida Eighth Judicial :22 East SALE IN (SE'). Section 13. Town graded road 463 feet, ft

notice is hereby given Tallaho..... Fl' 32301 by Florida. Eighth Judicial 8. In Block' 13. ol the Circuit in and for Bradford at public auction lo the !PARTITIONNotice ship 6 South Range 21 thence run West 263 feet .<.'!

that the undersigned, April' 19, 1979. Examinations Circuit In and for Brad- Town of Hampton.Florida County.Co./ .. No. highest' bidder for cosh East also starting from to Point of Beginning. .. "-;

William C. Powell. Jr., will be on April 27, lord County. Co. No. a* par map or 7951. \ at the East "front door ol I I. hereby given the Northwest corner of Containing 106 acres, -* "
1009 Wilson Rood. '1979 at 1 p.m. at the 7952. record ot County Seat at Guaranty Federal Saving the Bradford County that the undersigned Section IB. Township 6 more on less. -:' .:
Stark. Fla. 32091. doing, Storks of the and Association Courthouse In Storke, Together with the -.
following locations.: Guaranty Federal Saving Florida loan Clerk ol the Circuit: CourtIn South. Rang. 22. East
butinet. und.r th. firm En.. all of Gainesville Florida during the legal building and .1.*
and Loon Association Survey beingin a and for Bradford run South 880 feet for Improvements >
nom. of "BILL POWELL I. DER. 2600 Blair Stone of Gainesville. a Section 10 Township, \ corporation. Plaintiff vs hour of sole to-wit" : 1.00: County., under and by Point .f Beginning situated thereon. '"-'-P
REAL ESTATE 118 N. Road Twin Towers Office corporation Plaintiff v* South. Range 22 Eatt Arthur Bruno Moo. Brothers P.M.. tome being a legal virtue of the Court thence continue South. The above describedi: -.

Walnut Street. Starhe. Building. Tallo.ha. ,Arthur Bruno Moos Bradford County Inc.. and Albert sales day and a 'legal order entered In the 880 feet thence East property together with.5 i

Flo. 32091. intend to ..... Fl. Proctor: Brother 'Inc.. and Certified Florida. BIt and Madelyn Birt. his hour of sale.Dated above cause directing 1317.30' feet thence ell of the tenement. :C'

register soid fictitious Elizabeth Knight. Grocer of Florida, at public auction to the wife Defendant this Oth day of sole ol the property North 869.3 feet thence hereditament and ':-t "

name under the provision 2. Suwannee River, Water Inc.. Defendant. L, highest bidder for cash, NOTICE OF MORTGAGE April A.D. 1979. hereinafter' described West $131465 feet to appurtenance thereunto ':.-'
of oloretold Management District. ,fl the lost front door of FORECLOSURESALE George H. Pierce', 996 will offer for sale, and point of Beginning and belonging or In any. -c* :

stoiui, Bridge 5tr..$. While Springt. NOTICE OF the Bradford' County. North Temple Avenue, sell at public auction to lying In the ,We.. half wise appertaining will .-/ I!
William C. Powell. Jr. Fl Proctor: Jo* MORTGAGEFORECLOSURE Courthouse In Slarke. Public notice I I. hereby Starke. Florida 3209: *. the highest and best bidder (W' ) of Northwest" be cold at sold sale In : ,

ow...,. Flanagan. Florida during the legal given that pursuant to .Attorney. for Plaintiff.' for cash or the East quarter (NW'!.) of Sec pursuance of Old order. ....-' F

Doted this 12th day of 3. Southwest Fla. Water SALE hour of tale to-wit: and In strict accordance Gilbert S. Brown. Dear ol the Bradford lion 18. Township 6 DATED !.tStork... ..f .1

April. A.D. "79. of Management District. 1:15 P.M.. tame being a with the Summery Final Clerk of the Circuit Court County Courthouse In South. Range, 22 East: .Bradford' County., ,'

Stark. Fl. 4 *12 4tchg U.S. Highway. 41. Mile. Public notice I Is hereby legal soles' day and a Judgment of Foreclosure of Bradford County, 510'1... Florida on April Save and excepting > Florida the 2nd day of. v "

5 3. South of Brooksville. given that pursuant to legal hour of tale. entered In this aue on,-.1; Florida. 4 I72tchg4 19. 30. 1979011::00 P.M., the therefrom the following April( ,A.a. imx ..

Flo.. Proctor: Roy Me- and to strict accordance Dated this *10th day ol April 10. 1979. the. 9 C'. .: following!: described? property Commence at the South' Clerk of Circuit Court1 < ".1''.

NOTICE Clu,.. with the Summary Final April A.D.. 1979. 'I undersigned a* Clerk of ..'. situate lying and west corner of Southwest Gilbert S. Brown. .
4. DER SMI Gun.ClubI Judgment of Forecloture' George H. Pierce. 996 the sold Court .will ion .-1 tin. the Circuit -Court. being In Bradford? Coun quarter (SW' .) of George H. PIerce .

The Department ef /Road. West Palm Beach.Fl. entered i.. thl* cause on North Temple Avenue the 7lh day of May) *.0-* i;. Eighth Judicial Circuit, In ty. Florida..to-wlti Northwest qua" ."% Pierce '4 Hardy. P.A., .
environmental. Regulation ,.. Proctor: Jim Bauch April 10. 1979, the Storke, Florida' 32091.: '1979 ell the following and for Bradford County, (NWV.) ol Section .15. .',0. Drawer' 1030, .

(OER) will give 5. DEL St. John River undersigned a* Clark ol Attorney for Plaintiff., described real 1 property. Florida. Cote No. 73- 3. The Northwest quarter Township 6 South. Rang Starke, Florida 32091 -

examination* for'Water Sub-district' Branch Office laid Court will on the Gilbert S. Brown Cleftk situate In Bradford Coun T.M. EdUards. Single (NW'/) of Southeast :23 East and run North Attorney for Plaintiff.

Well Contractor' 825 !N: .W. 23rd Ave., 7th day of May A.O. of the Circuit Court of ty. Florida to-wlt: Plaintiff v. lol* Hogan. Quarter /ISEV.) of Section 880 feet .for a point of 4/12 21chg 4J 19.U .

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r BY OWNER) Three ,.8o.Mf'8Ut I \ : !N'f. f-OfR : ?''t'Ha i?
M. JPHilll horn In country ""Il ,.11 f.!If; ; '. "'m'rt'R'. "' : MOWN PONY Found small FREE TO GOOD HOMIi cruflllegar
Big born. 7 acre, owner will pony south of Hampton on Three abandoned loveable
h d.rnortllOlJ. at B 1/3 pet.. THREE MOROOM HOUSI TWO ROOM APARTMENT RAOPORV VIUAOH APTSi' tBR SR 329 for Info phone dog. One largo white mole
25 pet down. Phon. and) 10x60 home trailer, On OFFICE AND WAREHOUSEulMlneu efficiency weekly' or more .....ternluml.hl"llt. AC 468-1763 Itchg 412DISTRIBUTORSHIP hound, one mined boogie. :. ( REALTY
1 25 and $190'
964-4112: or' 964-5761 for on. ocr. of land Altogether thly rental. Bel Air Apartment carpet walled garden patio type female puppy one
Phone .5261 964."13.
or 3IS W. mall brown female terrier,
appt. TFchgMOIILI asking' $23.000, on GrlHI *. lawtey Under now off-street parking.
HOMISt Why Loop Road. Phone -'.e529. TFchg ownership. TFchaKITCNENETTISI Washington 964-860) Best i JUtp..Y( .U 1 ) : They are tired of living on -
pay ,
PALMS APARTMINTSi Fur- front need PHONE 964-7770
more?,Buy direct from factory "pel '/12 Ono BR to call before B a.m. 3/22 \ my porch good.
-torg. election ol/ 24. VA/FHA HOMIt3 nlihed efficiencies and 1 BR apartment, pool. TV AC. TFchg laving home. Phone TSRWUtlOAR CECILIA Joe N. Temple 8trk Fiona
14, 1'.wJd.*. STARKE HOME bedroom 2 bath, CH/A, apt., weekly or' monthly utilities Included Totally MIMOSA MANOR mobile for Hoini. 964-8922. TFpd RIIiEI IrSIRn.RSt.ewt.rrsteRt
CENTER. US 301 North. Open 1.730.q. h., frame. KW. NEW FURNISHED STUDIOS 'furnished Weekly, monthly horn. pork mobile' ) home* Hormel, Campbell end FREE PUPPIESi. for good
9 1o dusk. I to 6 Sunday. W. J. Trlgg. Owner/Broker. monthly only. 2313 N. Tern rate. TEMPLE MOTEL. 880 and spaces for rent. Phone other food served hot. Service home. 7 week old. Phone SPECIAL
Phon*964-8741. TFchg Hampton. 468-1642.' TFchg plo, Starke. TFchg N. Temple Ave? Starko 61-2912.3/22 TFchg established 1732021. Itchg) 4/12
THREi' BEDROOM block bedroom unfurnished InStilt. Phone 964-7397. 4/12 4tpd account. Minimum Investment frame, aluminum siding. I
homo with 3 BR apartment.Heating 5/3 Rudolph Hutcheson. Phone peen acre
hov.., <4Ox40 block 5-4.'") soared by
garogo.Three ..., 'Inquire To-Reno 6 3/29 .... law Price
BR mobll homo and AC with swimming TWO BEDROOM Mobile 964-7966 after p.m. ond rls| cegeerep's range
on equipment Inventory.
and lerwed bock Motel 1848 N. Temple, 4/19 ROIIIM'REALrt
3.2: acres, with 1 '1/2 oas pool Hornet no pet, no children 4tpd Writ. Food Division ri
Starke. TFchg HOME two
yard. Phon.9647652.Itchq POUR BEDROOM : $9,400.00
fish J'Ond$0.500.. Phone Convenient to hopping NUAGE 2121 Monlevallo
HOUSI FOR SAlIt 419' N. KITCHf NITTIS and looping 8R. I bath upstairsend
9646287. TFchg center. Phone 9d/-$010. story ((3 Rd.. S.W.. Birmingham Ala.
St. Freeman room. TV. AC. mold ser .. I both downstolrsl.)
THREE BEDROOM block Cherry Contact I tpd /12 I 33211 or call toll free Opr. Phono 944-7700
home,, CH/A. 2 bathi attach.dgoroga,1)0.500me Register in. Phono 964-9888 vice. Weekly and monthly. TWO BEDROOM furnished Screen porches front ond 2.. 1.800-633-4949. Itchg 393 N. Temple__ GOOD FINANCING AVAILABLEFHA
) ,- day or 1.468-2703 night. Restaurant and lounge house, good condition rear. By appt. only. Phone 4/12 VA CONVENTIONALNEW
/5 available, UnderwoodMotel or"-96/-6365 Business Investment or
3tchll19 964-9232 day
No pet.. accept one
at 9. 1/4
36000.tgoge Phono 9646287.pet. or TWO BEDROOM one both 3 1/2 mil.. North of '8, two small ,children eve. Itpd 4/12 Home Business and Inventory HOMES IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY

TFchg homo on 4 1/2 lots In Stork. Starko, US 301. TFchg Garden space. Lawtey. FURNISHED one) bedroom CANTED 10 acre Good location. 719 I. l.CI.L.,.. IR, carpet, ,." .,. Steve dryer.
TI $29,000. Phon. 9647866. Phone 7823279. Itchg 4/12 apartment for rent. Phone I Brick 3BR. 28. CHBA. V.ecre. Rd MO.
./5 2tpd 4/12 964.7521.4/12 2tchg 4/19 Adkln. SS990.-Cloe to school.Hendseme ?
.. .. Uceased Real EstateSalesnaa Small frame 606 W.
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s --- --- ---- --- ---- --- ----- < Good ,Investment Propertyi 3BR. 38, CHS.A. outside city $47.800.

Ad GetResults Owner financed 7 oc. $26,800. large .... pecan tree, large reams In Sewn
j : Union County Want Ads New brick Ie,.. country ........ 1 acre $49.000.
L.. Full Tim Active Big end Roomyi. brick with everything.
I ,. ... > ...... ..1.. ,. ', ... .. ,, c'''' '' .. ,.\ Guaranteed Floor Time. 3 B Room. 2 Both frame.VA $28.000-606 Under" $40.000.-Chermli W. Madison>j. ,large new 2 story .Kerne-corner lot.
I Bliil] (j"'W'I"' '."' i : j Beat Commission financing $7BOO.Hempten Oaks JW ISO Owner will finance. %

mill : I" ; }SERVICES', t 1 't,SERVICES) ', FREE KITTENS for Easter. 6 Schedule. large Family Home, withseparate $138,000. 120A. High t retllng-formheuie. barn, .tr_.
.'. ..... .... p. .. ...-' ---.,-- week C1ld. 496-9719. 1 tpd mother-in-law or 13 acre Hwy 301 N I Morgan Rd. Owner fin. -
18 ACRES In Union County. MONEY TO LOANtFlrst.' Second CUSTOM MAD DRAPERIES Does Not 1014 W. Pratt-$27.900. Redecorated.
MA NBS INSURANCE AGENCY Providence area Wooded: and Third Mortgage 'Fr.. estimates loco Compete With Aaiocicteal rental' house and workshop 10 acre In vicinity of Rd. 100A-SUOO acre Owner fin. -,

JjoOvS. Lake Ave. lake fenced. Would make nlc.hom..It. on private home, duplexes. distributor for complete! For Listings on I acre, Estate an lake Geneva severe! .home..

Butferi 496-3978. Complete .. Maine Real Comm.rclol properly washable nationally odvei *-e i i Keystone Kings. Rd. ....utlful home- 2000.".ft. $....toO. .
Instance Service. Estate, Realtor, 4963978.. apartment, motel, shopping used Gord..". Draperies.A 5 412.COM CALL FOR CONFIDENTIAL Owner reduced price on 10 Rd. 100-CB\ home, garage, trailer 3.2A-$49S.
EVEtYONB IS INSURABLEIImrrVstSUate 3/19 tfnchg., center, etc 3000. to W Enterprises Ed or Lama INTERVIEW 4-0464 O8 acre and will finance with MIS Plneweed-$3l a very pleasant. _,rI...
S.OOO.OOO. Private Funds. Stephen 196.2219. 3/1 APPLY /IN PERSON 20% down.Ewningsi .
301 70000.
by large opt. complex -
coverage WITHLACOOCHEI WATER low Interest roles,...Appli .
fleece 1301 MR, 28 CHtA $37,000.
USHER AGENCY cell Scoring
phone. JOE FRONT LOTS New septic with detail to ...UNITEC/ BILL POWELL
sharpening 'soviet. Broken. furnished 4BR 28 brick! plus 8 ecre.
16-2126 or 4962903. tank drinking water ASSOCIATES. 305 Wolbrldg. Vernle P. Oeem. {
.... .. .. '. .. .., and ; good good term Bldg. Buffalo N.Y. 14202, hand circular mown REAL ESTATE ORB Mere ..64..76P large A frame .......t Rd. $39.000.
; 904-971-9419 4tpd 4/19 1/1211chg 9/3. blade, chain saw. leave ot I 118 N. Walnut _" Andrew. 9647739I. Store en SOl owner financed. Plus opts. .

: ;WANTED, I DO YOU NEED MONEV1 Crew Building Supply. 113 Sharks, FL O. Dell 964-7991 42A Inside city owner llnenced.Commercial .
; : '" :: : BUSINESS AND PERSONAL tfncha. E...!.(. lot C.llit. owner financed.
,.,_ .._. o' .. JEEPSTER CONVERTBLEiHydraullc 473.4037Elie..G.terd.y .
1967 lOANStNew or existing (IIICNJ) Lewtey 301 $14,000. Commercial.' ",
RELIABLE PERSON WANTEDto cloth top. Air. business or personal loam REGISTERGAS - lake Butler SB acres .beautiful !brick h......

represent Notional conditioned. Continental available by mall on you I 1300 acre 'In the NewberryArcher .....
organization In this area. kit. competely rebuilt. Call signature 1,000 and AND'OIL 8"._.. 0n1u" filets $3900 ea. laurel' Baptist Church Rd.
You will be required to pick 4962903. .." Evesi4TJ-
496-2126 or up.Unlimited Privat 5-41..00.1.11. home plus $ ecre*.
up and deliver also remall tfnchg Fund.Apply with detalli SOl s. Therpu St.tu.sua 20000. Deluxe MH 926 Euclid a Epopenon St.

financial papers from your to..UNITED ASSOCIATES, NEAR"LAK/ BROOKLYN'.:; m2L ....100. let en 301 N 9tf a 21V.
own ;address Honesty: 8 FT. CATTLE RACK for 305 Walbrldge Bldg.. Buf. .... wooded lot and private 'I = S33.SOO. MH on Rd.. 100 with,, 1'/ acre.
dependability and pleasing falo. N.Y. 1.202.12 4tchg LP Bottles
Chevrolet Fleetslde. Complete street come with this 3 $23.760. Commercial 834 W. Madison

personality are main requlrofftents glas door fire screen. DISTRIBUTORSHIP for Helm, & bedroom pleoser. Fully ROBERTS REAL ESTATE 127.00.6" Lake St. fruit tree, nice shrubbery.
for this permanent 496-2177. Itchg 4/12. Campbell and other foods Motor Homes Filled equipped kitchen CH a 45000. 1308 Pratt sal IB CILIA 'large .den

positionGood rate of served hot. Service com- Air. Owner will consider a ....100. L.k.l.nta". lot 7S' x 400.
pay. Apply..UNITED pany established accounts WWtttle ttlrBR4MBftrTIrtt lease-option at 31500. 964.7828 Bill Ellis Assoclete' .471-11
ASSOCIATES.: 309 Wall ,ldg. FLUTE Excellent condition. Minimum $4873; Assoclete .
Investment Lucille Conner.Spry: f 4840Madame
Bldg., Buffalo N.Y., 14202. $160.00. ,Call ..96.39075 secured by equipment and LAKE GENEVA AC. 986 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla.

4/12 4tchg 5/3. tfnchg. Inventory. Write Food Division. TataBtHtrlM CESS..hall acre lot In a
Crystal lake lot, 79 it. frontage $17.900
Coca- 2)21 Montevallo Rd. .
SIX OUNCE contour great neighborhood.Terms

Cola 'bottle from lake .. P .O.I 8, :. 39211 5.W., Birmingham or call toll free Alabama Op,. I Available, $9.900. Mocclenny38R. 2B. LR. DR, FR with fireplace, Breakfast. Jace
Butler; lerida Will pay room laundry CH/A Energy Efficient Brick ond Stone

20.00: Wm. V. Selfert. P.O. "' ,..SERVicES. I"" .. .. .\ 4/12.21.800.633.4545. Itchg GENE REESE RULE SPARKLING POOL..wlth home, $64,000.00 on I 1 acre lot. Palmist-
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Box 222\ St. Petersburg privacy fence complementIng -
Beach: Florida ..33136.5 SEPTIC TANK AND GREASE Hwy. 100 by the Handy Way. GENE REESE REALTOR this well constructed 2 Frame 3 BR 28. IR. DR. Den. corner lot. CH/A In town Psychic Advisor

5tpd 5/3, ..' TRAP cleanouts new line, We have a Wash dry and BR brick homo on one acre. modern kitchen. $37,500.

4"ds Vet reasonable. Joe Forsyth fold service: 25 cent a OFFICE BUIlDINGt In Keystone' REDUCED $33,000. will read your entire life Advlsss on fl' t
;; 4311022. All business appreciated. pound. Attendant on duty. growing shopping Block 2BR. IB LR DR fenced yard garage In town .II affair.ol life such .* Love Courtship I

3/31 tfnchg. 3/31 complex. 2958 SF. 4 THI BEST OF BRADFORD $30.000, Msrrlsge Lw Suit, and Business .
/ .Results tfnehgTOMMY'S ., _
..- unit suitable for professional COUNTY..29 prime acres Speculation. O.com..11 troubles.
ar tsr, office, with 829' paved road Iran 2 Story ',am.. 4BR 2B, IR, DR In town $36.500. enemis a bid luck. .
7990000. togo It .700 per aero. ,
flRCH'S IPM PEST CONTROL Brick 3BR IVtB, IR D-oreo. 10 acre.5,000. Thl* Spiritual Medium Tall you what, you need to
WHITE SANDS lAKEl FOR BEGINNERS..In a know-She I.I Superior lo any other you have ever

e.Clutlful19OO Sq. Ft. home good location, thin t room 3BR IB, from., acre handyman, special SIS 500. "consulted" i i i if
u., )F fLORIDA. LANDCLEARING. In mint condition',"t lust f b,< bungalow I I. only 16500. ... "YG.RIJIas'.4IJi.'s .U:' vil... (f M f t fflvflf t COKtl/<3mift l"ffeaoYftpr-' ,

SERYICES.I.R /'I J' .een.,569.500.00._ It has la llvmg trri. 'silt' In 4BR. 2B, Brick In town IR, DR. FR with fireplace CH/A | Look for the sign In front of her home Locatedon
I and 1/
1 ATSFLEAS kitchen' 2 'R. $39.000.
U.S. 301 South in Starke Accroas From
SPLIT LEVEL 3 BR. 2 BA. 2 bath
ROACHES We Offer Fast Car attached garage,., 3BR 2B FR with fireplace, D-oreo LR, many extras KOA CampgroundOpen

Response And Wooded lot overlooks SIZE THIS ONI UP..over 43500. Dally 0 00 a m to 10'00 p m 094-8712
320 N. Temple \ Lake Brooklyn. $46,00000 2600 sq. loot of living area
\ Free EstimatesPhone In this 4BR 2 Bath homo. Lg. 4BR. 2'/iB. Brick LR. DR FR with fireplace, laundryroom.

Starke. Fla, Off. 473-7076 Convenient, quiet neigh Ig. pantry 2 car garage with Ig. storage room, !t.It! Drlllin!
984-5534 964-5734 Eve. 173.3245DOES borhood. Join tho country 20x40 pool screened patio many extra, log.'loI., .......-... .

club *et.$46.000. CH'I,A, privacy fenced" back yrd. $99.000. '
2" Thru 0" ,

r ) -LEGALSAdministration 2 story frame In town Income property perfect for 2 Fast Rotary

"-- YOU ARE HEREBY apartment, double corn. lot $38,900. Drilling Equipment
CIVIl ACTIONIn hi the Circuit Court for NOT INVOLVE' NOTIFIED that /headministration STATE LICENSED '

Bradford County, Florida REAL ESTATE. of the Macclenny-2 story frame. '8R. 2'4B. LR with fireplace, ...... ................
the Circuit Court Probate Division In r.: has been estate of Neta D. Dyol, DR. FR with fireplace. Den Corner lot, CH/A, 2 cot '

Eighth Judicial Circuit ol .tot. 'of Lloyd Harlan moll.d are required Account Number: deceased. File Number goog.5-47.ooo. j...!. m. !'......
Florida In and for Brad- ,Jennings, Deceased. WITHIN THREE MONTHS J-0101-0001; Apparent I-2992CC. I.I pending In
lord County Civil Action. NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION FROM THE DATE OF THE Owner, Clark Rebonna the Circuit Court far '/t acre lot N. Grand St. $2.200. New 6 Used
Florida Bank at Stork, a FIRST PUBLICATION OF or Bessie L. 1731 Old Bradford County

banking corporation To all persons having THIS NOTICE to file any Lawtey Rd. Starke Florida Probate Division Spacious Brick 3BR. I 't a. LR, DR FR Den or owing room, Sales.Part..Servlc.

Plaintiff vi Emmett R. claim or demand objection they ,may FI.32091; J-0029-0008; the address ol CH/A 34x17 pool completely lanced In town good
Craig and lonorah R. against the above estate have that challenge the Cole, Fred. Route 1 Box which I I. Bradford County drainage $67.000. E.Z TermaPlumbinci - ....
hit wif. and Kenneth validity of the decedent* 140 Starke Ft; ""
Crqlg ; and all other person Interested Courthouse Storke, : I PAN tUNG I
Flint and Carolyn In th..tat.: will the qualification of J-0029-0007; Cole Fred Florlda. The personal 3BR. IB. LR, DR. Brick In town $22.000. -

FIi t, hit wif., Defen- You are hereby tho personal representative Box 247 Sto,.... Fl.| representative of the .................., I
dat., Co. No. 79120. notified that the or the venue or J-0101-0002 Gllsson. estate I I. Ethel D. Eller- Sampson lake lot 100 ft. frontage $16,200. .1 CENTER

Mcftgage Forocloturo. administration of the Jurisdiction of the court. R.L.; J-0267-0009 bee. whoso address I I. New I"stallatlon Molding
| NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY estate of Lloyd Harlon ALL CLAIMS Mcleod 1016 Pratt St.. 2817 Clearvlew Avenue, 20 acres 301-$ 1700. on acre. Paneling I

: Jennings, deceased File DEMANDS. AND OBJECTIONS Starke. Fl.; J21630007. Panama City Florida. Remodeling Repairs I Kitchen Cabinet
Xo- Defendants, Em Number NOT SO FILED Sprague, J.J.. Magnolia The nom.and address of Starke Country Club area 2 lots $9.000 _h. ....e................. Counter Tope

mett R. Craig K.nn.th 78.551-CP(1.2948)( ), I ispending WILL BE FOREVER BAR. Hotel Starke. Fl.; the personal representative' urrance I VennleeFREE B

Flhft, Carolyn Flint. and In the Circuit RED. J-0748-0006. Weaver, attorney are set Brick 3BR. 28, Ig. Family room with fireplace CH/A acre .................. ... a
to toll oth.n whom IIMaII' Court for Bradford Coun Date of the first publl- C.D. forth below. lot New River area $48,900 f I

concern, YOU ARE ty. Florida. Probate Division cation of this Notice of All having .1
HEI/EBY/ NOTIFIED that the address of Administration I I. Information concerningthe claim or demand 10 acres Smith lake East of Keystone Heights $16,000. PUMP 6 SUPPLY ESTIMATESW5CB1HOHHSOHJ I I :

on octlon to foeclo.. which Is Bradford County 4/9/79. amount or description against the estate are COMPANY I
th. following property In Courthouse, Stark., Thelma Mary of the Property and required within three GEORGE W.ROBERTS Broker

Br dlod County.Flo Florida. The personal Wettburg Jennings; A. the name and addressof month from the dot. of Associate 864 N. Temple Av. I CO. I
Ida: representative of theestate Personal Representative the first publication of
the holder may be obtained Rkhere Robert JvdHh FlyersAnn
I I. Thelma Mary of the Estate of Lloyd by any person this notice, to file with Pete,Slleexsifnsmeisrt S. Thompson St. I
iii. w..t half of the Wettburg Jennings, Harlan Jennings, possessing an Interest In the clerk 'of the above Gedwbt Starke, Fla 11.0
No.a.t quot.r of th. whose address I I. 407 W. Deceased. the by addressing court a written statement I ..... trfr-linrrtl-_.ow.-... Coco COM Plow
,: property -r d.. +.a
of Star..... Attorney for personal
So."w..f quort.r Jefferson Street to GERALDA. of any claim or demand .
an Inquiry .. 0.- ,
HouIC 9647061 904-0711
S.ctlon 1. Township 6 Florida. The name and representative, James R. LEWIS State Comptroller they may have. \SI I
So.It, Rong. 21 Ea.t. address of the personalrepresentative's Flynn P.O. Drawer 1030. Abandoned Property Each claim must be In m 641 .

cO Cllnlng 20 ocras. attorney Storke, Florida 32091. Secflon, Attn: writing and must Indicate Letal and
all lawful business, !
mo a or Ion; oho that are set forth below. telephone 904-9649701. Harry B. Carson 1401 the bad for the Center. Stark. Fla. March A.p. 1979 ofStark.
po' ion .of the South..t All persons having 3/9 Jtchg 112.NOTICE State Capitol Tallahassee claim the name and address and objection not so fill. 32091. Intend to .. Fla., 322tpd the undersigned of I.I sold thesolo

quarter of Northwest claim or demand Florida 32301 of ft.. creditor' or ed will be forever bar. register said 'fictitious 4/12. business.owner i iDat.d

quarter In Section 1. against the estate are ((904) 487-2983. .. sure his agent or attorney red.Date name' under the provisions at Starka. i
Township 6 South. Rang. required. WITHIN THREE Of to mention the account and the amount claimed. of the first of aforesaid NOTICE OFINTENTION Florida this 9th day of t
21 East West of the MONTHS FROM THE NAMES OF number before the name If the claim I I. not yet publication of this Notice statute. AD. 1979.latrelle t !\
March .
Easterly 252 !..! which DATE OF THE FIRST PERSONS APPEARING a* published In this due. the date when It at Administration' : William C. and Ruth J. TO REGISTER M. Hamilton.' ,' a
!lies! South of the county''' PUBLICATION OF THIS TO BE OWNERSOF notice. Unless proof ol will become due shall be 4/9/79. Powell (joint owners. FICTITIOUS '
graded rood known a* NOTICE. to file with the ABANDONED ownership I I. presented 'toted. If the claim I* Ethel D. Ellerbee, A* Dated this 29th day of NAME 3/224tpd4/l2. I .;\ \

the Primitive Baptist clerk of the above courta PROPERTYPursuant to the holder by Jun. 9, contingent or'unliqui Personal Representative'of March. AD. 1979. at $:'
Church Rood. r written statement, of 1979. the property will doted. the nature of the the Estate of Nato D. Storke. Fl. 329tchg Pursuant to Section : \;

i any claim or'' demand to Section 13 be delivered for custody uncertainty shall be Dyal',.Deceased.. 4/19.. 16!.09 at Florida {\
i I hog' Men tiled against they may have. Each of Chapter 717 Florida to the Comptroller of stated. If the claim I* Attorney for ,PersonalRepresentative Statutes, notice I* INTENTION'I i! \'I
you ond you ore required claim must be In writing Statute entitled Florida Thereafter oil secured. the security : .GeorgeH. hereby given that the .'
to servo a copy of your and must Indicate the "Florida Disposition of further claim mutt be shall be described. The Pierce. P.O. Drawer NOTICE!OF undersigned laTrelle M. NAME :: ,

written defense. If any basis for the claim. th.name Unclaimed Property directed to the' Comp- claimant shall deliver 1030. 'Stork., Florida INTENTIONTO Hamilton, P.O. Box' 37, 1
the plaintiff. and odd,..* of the of the 32091 telephone REGISTER I
to It, on of Florida. sufficient copies (
trailer '
Act", notice I I. hereby SR 18. Main Street Pursuant to Section865.09 :: !
4/9 2tchg FICTITIOUS -
whose name creditor or his agent or claim to the clerk toenable 904-964-9701.! ,
attorney given that the person. GERALD A. LEWISCOMPTROLLER l ," NAMEPursuant r Breaker Florida '32622, Florida Statute, '/', .anotice :
and address I I. George, attorney and the listed below appear to 0' the clerk to mail 4/12. ( sole owner, doing business I* hereby given ",-,<,.! \
aHa If the
H. Plorco. Pi.rc. amount claimed. bo the owner of FLORIDA one copy to each per. under the firm that the undersignedWode : 1/ :
; ".A.. P.O. Drawer I I. not yet due. the NOTICE OF to Section
dy. claim unclaimed personal or 4/9 2tchg "/12In' anal' representative- name of THE COUNTRY ..hr. US 301
1030 St rk., Florida date when It will become) All person InterestedIn INTENTIONTOREGISTER 869.09, Florida Statutes f
the If Intangible property pro- notice "It hereby OWL with mailing address North lawtey. FL 32058. I :
32091. and file due shall be stated. turned abandoned. THIS the estate to whom o given of
of ofAdministration that the undersigned E J.Dowllng. and place doing bush..*under the t
clerk or Notice FICTITIOUS
original' with the the claim I*contingent copy of this business .l P.O. Sod 37,
the nature) hoe been NAME 970. West Call flint name of :"WAD6 A.
court oner
the above styled unliquidated the Circuit Court for' '
Main Street
SR 18. s'
7 1979 Uncertainty halt required, Street Slorke, Fla. BEHR IUS 301 .
before May ; of the Bradford County mailed are Florida 32622
Breaker. I.
'otherwise a Judgement be Mted. If the claim I* Florida. Probate Dlvl- Within three month. Pursuant t<4 Section 32091. doing buslnes said North lawtey, Fie, ; I
Intend to register 't :
may bo entered again ,secured the security from the date of the first, 869.09.. Florida Statute, under the firm name of at the office 3205$. also WADE A, ; I
''lcll"nome .
you: for the relief hall be described. The n ston.hi re: Estate of Nato D. publication of this notice ta hereby given "E.J. COWLING of the Clerk at the BEHR REAL ESTATE, Intends f : t
laid fie. ,
demanded 'In the complaint claimant halt deliver' Dyol.) Deceosed. notice, to file any obectton | -, that the undersigned STA/LE1'U.S. 301 of Bradford to register
or petition., sufficient,copies" of the NOTICE OP"ADMINISTRATION' they may have that, t Wtltam C. and Ruth J. Sooth Stark, Fla. Circuit Court Bradford County tHIou name underthe I Iif\ :'' :
\ WITNESS my hand and claim to the clerk to challenge the validity of Powell. ".0. Box 1089 32091. Intend to County. of provisions of aforesaid "" \'I
the tool 1 of sold Court on enable the clerk to mall the decedent'. will the Storke. Fla. 32091. doing register. Mid/ fictitious Florida en receipt of proof thl Statute ';-1 I
April 3. 1979. Gilbert S. one copy to each personal To oil having qualification of the por.tonal .' buklnes under the firm name under the provision of publication. Wade hN.n. 't" "'",- 'I f,
Brown A Clerk of Sold ,.,........totlve. claim person.or demand ropy sentetive.- or .. name of "BRADFORD of '.f.roafd, notice. Dated this 22nd day of !

Court Byt Tonyo Patrick.A. Alt person Interested" the above estate, the venue of |urldtl w SQUARE FLORIST", 829 statute. Undersigned further March. A.D, .\1979 at i
against Downing, Owner oMIrme (hat the object| of Starka, ria 3/K( 4tthgb r i
Deputy Clerk. ." hi the estate to whom a and all other persons of the cAll '. South Walnut St.. Bradford I.J. / \
4tchg ../2&. copy of this Notice of Interested In the estates cakes denandc.. SotfaVe Shoppfna Dated tW 23nd day of this buslnes I.I to deal In 1131. I

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BMS School ."' .

News I Bradford-Urlion? Steer: Show Sale I

Dates to remember: ) '
April 24-97: CTBS Testing .
April 26-End of the 5th weeks "

grading May 3ThursdayReport period. cards go The officers and members of the Bradford-Union

home. Cattlemen's Association wish to express their sincere ':

Frank Abdulla's third period

heat.physics Several class experiments is studying were a unit con on appreciation the support given to this very worthwhile:

of metals, liquids .
ducted on expansion
gases and also on heat transfer youth project by organizations and Individuals
by radiation, conduction and "
convection. Celsius and Fahrenheit
thermometers were also studied.Mr. LI..ILLJLIIIM Wnil mB BM ll iaill ll Mlj ll m

Abdulla's other earth science
classes are studying a weather unit
that includes Its elements,tools usedIn 1t Buyers For Steers i

studying weather weather pre- 1 ",,
diction and weather maps.
The Starke Trail Blazers 4-H

Horse Club had Its second trail ride Publix Super Market'sCommunity __ ... ,
of the year in Hampton on Saturday '
March 24. After a morning riding State Bank of Starke

hot dogs and marshmallows were Columbia Livestock Market of Lake
roasted over a blazing wood fire. A .
second ride was made In the after- Winn-Dixie Food Stores '. \V.

non.BMS is proud of Its spelling Hillandale Farms of Lake Butler .;;' ?1i11> w%

f champs, Susan Alvarez Team 6 and Gordon Thompson Chevrolet Jacksonville Florida.-.
who madea :L
Khandice Stroud,Team 5, ; h' ,w
good showing in the Bradford Special ThanksAuctioneer Florida Bank at Starke \tao""aa 4( J:i !i 7P l r!! ;

I County Spelling Bee which was held Howard and Riherd of Lake Butler f< ?
Construction ;(;: '; j
at the school board office at 10 a.m. :: :;('Y''
on Thursday, April 5. Susan was second Glenn Howard .,' "

Mr.runner-up.Mrs. Betty She Ann Is the Alvarez daughterof of Miss Angeleta i Haymon Sawyer Slade Gas of Starke

Starke.Mr. and Khandice Mrs. William is the daughter Stroud of of Photographer ., County Court house Officials (Dolph E. ReddishSheriff Gib Brown-

Lawtey. The students were accompanied Mr. R.P. McLehdon., Clerk Jimmy AlvarezProperty Appraiser
to the Spelling Bee by Mr. I
1 McKinney principal, and Mrs. Dina Klalocks :Meat Market: Elzie SandersCounty Judge)
Petrella language arts teacher. Wrapping and cutting at a special, price.. > ,I
.j. Howard Auto Parts of Lake Butler .
SC&II Custom Meats: ::, .
Howard .. _
Wrapping and cutting at a special price '0 "
NY High School Bill Alderman : .
Florida Pest Control of Starke .,. >" : 'i ,...\ : '.
Chorus to be at Pine "' ..'
I Church of Lake Florida
Harmony Butler '?' .
i Level for Concert Forsythe Plumbing ,

i Liberty National Insurance Company
On April 18 the 50 voice high school
chorus of the Huntington Christian Bradford County School Board and Craig Salley

School Huntington Long Island, New (Arthur Gaskins, Vernon Parmenter, BUYER OF RESALE STEERS:
York, will present a sacred concert at
the Pine Level Baptist Church at 7:30: Jimmy laws nr J.T. Parrlsh Choice Resale's Mr. Ray Crawford

p.m. The chorus which Includes 4-11 Record Book Content: (load Resale's S<&If Custom Meats
students in grades 9 through 12, is Ernest Triest I Construction Company

under the direction of Mr. James Sponsored By: ',.';> C.
Fairman, a member of the music The Rancher, Inc. .-
faculty of the School. The group, Mr. Leverette Crews ",; < "
which will be traveling from April 12 Steer Add-Ons
through April 21, will present several KFA Record Book Contest: .. r" .
concerts in Uiurches and schools In i r.* t

Washington D.C., North Carolina and Sponsored By: 1';.v .'
Florida. The program will include Gainesville Stockman Supply Co:
both contemporary and traditional Mr. Hal Herring Bill Alderman George Roberts Insurance Company Wilbur Andrews
selections from several different J.L. Alvarez George Roberts Century 21 Real Estate Jon Brown
composers. Some Easter music will f Archer-Tanner Funeral Home of Starke' Hosier's Garden and Monuments Hillandale Farms of Fla. Inc.
be offered also. Home Grown Contest: .. Baldwin-Chevrolet Olds of Starke Sonny's Pit Bar-B-Que HO-BO Tractor Company
The School, which the young people Sponsored liy: Bingham Seed Co. of Jacksonville Stark City Commissioners Howard Auto Parts
represent, Is operated by the West Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff-Bradford Blalock'i Meat Market of Starke, Stumps Department Store of Starke Royce Joyner .
Hills Baptist Church of Huntington John Whitehead, SherlUUnion'l'lght..ialn Pam Carter Sunshine Electric Supply of Starke Lake Butler Farm Center
Station, Long Island New York. It Director's of Clay Electric Terwillegar Realty of Starke Union County School Board
was started in September 1964 with an \\ Coiilet.1: Clyatt Well Drilling of Lake Butler Terwillegar Motors of Stark Register Oil Co. of Starke
enrollment of 40 students and now includes SpoiiHored : Denmark Furniture of Starke Flowers By Larry .
Kindergarten through 12th Alachua Milling liy EnterprisesMr Snarl Dobbs, Handy Man Fence Company '.*V
grade with an enrollment of 305. ,.Ernest Spencer Cindy Dodd Coastal Oil ., .
"' "
t ff Pat Farnsworth n : 1>
students. "Felton Smith j ,.; '.
Showmanship Trophy Awards: D.M. Hale Farm Bureau 'Ins. Union County Commissioners > ") ," :.I.\\' t

David Hamilton Jimmy Brown 'J, ,, 1.
St. Marks Now Sponsored! Ity: 'f I
SC&H FarmsDonors' Carl Hurst (Hurst Shell Service Station) Jack's Welding .
Dewitt C. Jones Funeral Home "'
Homer Hart .
Students ,
Enrolling .
National Protein and
Starke Chamber of Commerce :
Royal Jones Associates '
St.Marks Day School is currently Union County Farm Bureau Ins. ; '
Lewis Timber Company
enrolling children for the coming Moonlight Enterprises Brian Whitehead \
school year which begins this August Jamie Whitehead
O'Steen and Gaskins Chemical
according to Laurie Myers. Wishbone Fried Chicken
O'Steen and Son
Parents are urged to enroll their : Donna Worrell .
Pierce and at
children as soon as.possible as class Law of Starke Hardy Attorney's Andrews Drugs of Lake Butler '
size is limited and the school fills up 1

quickly, Ms. Myers says. Phone
964-6587orvisit the school for more information ,
on enrollment.A Individual Add-Ons
number of changes are being Slade Transport Inc. !
planned for the 1979-80 term, Mrs. E.'. DuPontFaulkner
Myers says. St.Marks is discontinuing Realty
grades 1,2 and 3 offered this term. Stark Civitan Club 1 S :
Instead, a larger nursery and J.E. Hardy Auto Sales Melvin Griffis Colon Joiner Guy Andrews ,. '.
kindergarten program will be oft Lyman Green .. H.M. Herndon James and Wandell Lee Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norman .
I fered. There is more need for a larger Leroy and Josephine Addison Barry Whitehead Nancy Lee' : /11",' Karen Reddish :
I K and nursery program, Mrs. Myers Wiltord Croft Allied Printing Mitchell Drugs ,-.4 p'.''h< Glenn Norman
says, and since the public schools offer Lake Butler Rotary Club B&R Hog Farm Mattie Moody ,' Clinton Norman ;.
grades 1.3 those will be the ones Badcock's McCullen Wholesale I;[::;.v T.J. Andrews
dropped.The George Brown Darrell Perry v"*' Charlie Baldree
nursery and kindergarten programs Libby Brown R&W Farm Equipment Co./". J.L. Andrews ';
at St.Marks are accredited by Everett Crawford Rainbow Marine Alachua Milling Ent.
the Board of Regents of the Episcopal Grandparents of Chris Cribbs Lamar Reddish Myrl Brown
Diocese of Florida. Wayne C. Cribbs,(Mr. and Mrs.) Paul Riherd AI Brown r
"We will continue to offer an educa- Robert and Margie Dobbs Roberts Cash Feed S.M. Brown '
tional program for our nursery and Mr. & Mrs. William O. Dodd SC&H Custom Meats Glen Clyatt
Thanks To
kindergarten students" Ms. Myers Hanna Dodd Sapps Feed Store Clark Electric ;
states, emphasizing the school will Norman Dowdy A.J. Saunders Ray Crawford ,
still have a teaching program just as Ray Dukes Jackie and Charlie Spradley W.J. Dodd, Jr.
if the kindergarten students were in Feagle' Farms James Stalnaker Dodd Cattle Co.
public school. Thesejudges Farm Credit Service B.T. Thomas Gerald Dukes
Martha Jean Liberto. who has been Fla. Motor and Equipment Tllfen/ & Owens Realtors J.V. Edwards
I i director of St.Marks Day School for f ,James Frampton Var Heel Lincoln Mercury of Gainesville Edwards Grocery

the past three years, was married For Judging Steer & Exhibitors at Show Rodney Marilyn Griffis Griffis Robin Welch Joe & Mary Gray
recently and will be leaving the school J.B. Whitehead W.S. Howard

i in June. Ms. Myers will replace Mrs. Show Judge. . .. . . .. . D.D. Hargrove 1 Z.E.Hackney Hamilton Brothers: Jamie Whitehead Lake City Tobacco Warehouse
Liberto as director Sho\\man5hlpJudgt'. ..,. .... .. Larry Reese Latrelle Hamilton John Whitehead Belenda Melson
St.Marks is looking for a nursery Record Book Judges . . 4-H-Jesse Godbold Jill Hayes Robert Whitehead Cindy Carol & Jack Roberts
school teacher for the 79-80 term.The fF Larry Reese Linda Williams Lee Roberts
Stacey Hayes
person must have a four-year degreein Farms Charley E, Johns Ins. Lynell Sapp
education with early childhood cer- Johnny Copeland James K. Prnniiigton : Hickory Hitching Post NAPA of Lake Butler Walter Williams.
tification. The school is also interviewing Aging and :Mouthing Steers Show Health Requirements. Holiday Inn Gulf Farmers Mutual Exchange Jerry Whitehead
for teacher aides .. Donald Dukes Leslie Whitehead
; a high Howard "J* i
A Glenn
school is to be Jim Glisson 'paul Davis ,,
*.. diploma required an Glen Camp ,), J.M. Howard ;
; aide. interested in these George Langley
Anyone positions Steer Graders Shands Howard
jj: is asked to phone Ms. Myers at Johns Service Station M.C. Dukes
'U 964-6587.! Bradford County Fair Association: Eugene Johns Usher 'Ins. ft Real Estate '
Corporation Support and Facilities Mid Fla Peanuts Inc. '. '
: Sam Johns
.4. Hope Baptist Revival J t? Andrews.Realty ;
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Services This Week al; SUPPER: I.

, ,.'Jf'j f Hope Baptist Church, located on All!! Committees Wish To Recognize And Express Their Appreciation Sponsored By: Guaranty;,Federal Savings :
I.:. H 1 SR-100 between Keystone Heights and "kt L and Loan Association. of.' Lake Butler ,:

,t. I Starke. will be having revival ser- Of The Very ValuabldAsslstance And\Counsel\ Given To Them'. .. ..1.
>-' vices nightly at 7:30: p.m. beginning ; Mary Sue T mlinsOI).
I ,; Easter Sunday April 15, and continuing FollowindlGvntle/ \ :' ; Betty Edwards ); "' \ ", ,
; y.v through Friday, April 20. By The _, ..r 'h' ; ",,'w;,: :.. ,.i :Nancy Lee A*"s\l\h' = ,\" ,(

,J 2; Rev. Stanley Frye. a full-time 47 ,f : : Barbara Reddish Administrative Assistants
:a evangelist from Wllkesboro. N.C., Ag advisors olIr.dlord.ft I'nUn itJr.\ :. County Agents of Bradford S Union CounHes Barbara Mosley ;
will be conducting the services. ?; ,i '" Margaret Smith
Emphasis of these services will be Bradford f vf, .L_ Union! Bradford Union Loriane Rule .
on helping the Christian home. There Greg Alvarez v* Jimmy 8. Bobby Taylor:; Logan Fink Zed Hamilton .)' i.
will be special music nightly, and a Paul Hutchins. Clark Wbcjd J.,, I ;
will be provided. ?
nursery J
Members of the Hope Baptist Bradford County Telegraph, Inc.!
', Church Invite area residents to attend 4-H Agent Bradfeni et t Union County Lowell Porrlsh
For Cov.rage'ofSteer. Show & Sale '
and bring along a friend. : j.j'f Pictures

United Pentecostal Church

W. .' ; Schedule 204 of N.Services.Water St.Apr.1S-2S And M Jy We Again Express, Our Very Sincere Appreciation, For, Your Support :=

'," -; Sun. 10 a.m. Sunday School, 7:30: : '
.:- Wed. 7:30 p.m. Bible Study
Frt. 7:30: p.m Young People Service -



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