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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 17, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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mandated change in. voting County voter precincts were Clay u i"
,.e precinct ''boundaries which previously changed last in
k't. became effective! March 1. 196364.At that time,
Supervisor\ Elections according to Charles Hardy
+ Neva Flynn said she had sent who has drawn boundaries for
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,, written notice to each voter the precincts in 1963 and again x ,
shifted, and -(10 far had ,this year, few changes were "
u ; s received no complaints: about required this time because the f\\ f',) .
? the changes "There, is 1963 changes, for the most
w r nothing we could do,- anyway par ,- adhered to clearly \
," the supervisor .aid, observable boudaries. The On Tan March 24'The : 1 1.L

"since we must comply with ,,county, in the 1963 changes, ,
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the law.'" nearly complied with the 1977 I{( J
trM,.. Basic purpose !in the changeof changes Instigated by the 39th annual Clay Although the topic of Stone's .j) I
boundary designations is to federal Bureau of the Census Electric Cooperative's speech Is unknown, )he pressed >

1s provided census-takers in the A map of the new voter precincts general meeting is set next for the development of a comprehensive ,

A .. upcoming 1980 federal nose appears on Page 10 on Thursday, March 24, at its energy, policy to
; count with visible boundaries Section A of this edition of the headquarters in Keystone help the U.S. achieve independencefromforeignoilimports- ,"'*
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r for! the census geographicalareas Telegraph. A legal advertisement Heights.
'"' .' x ,'. i r'ia ,wtah rather than relying on giving a description of Over 5,000 of the Co-op's during his first two years in !
r such+ descriptions as section the physical boundaries of members are expected for the Congress. He is a leader in the .,1! .
Gary Reddish checks his crop of Florida Bell strawberries as Farming In this area since 1963, Reddish said when he plants lines, which' cannot be'' each precinct can be found on day's activities and to hear effort [or'a federal sunshineDill. '\

they begin to ripen. Reddish with a total of six acres planted, inhe "grows a little for everything in'nature and then a little for actually seen on site. Page 10 of Section B of this >guest speaker, U.S. Senator I '
eluding some Sequoias, favors the Florida Dell as the "poor himself. ,In order to comply with the edition. Richard (Dick) Stone. Before being elected to the
man's berry when you grow your own." federal law requiring the use U.S. Senate, Stone was a state 1>
of physical boundaries such as legislator and Florida secretary -' i

highways, secondary roads, of state.
Man 24
STRAWBERRIES, VEGETABLES COMING ONIt's lakes,,streams;and railroadsthe Hampton ,, Three trustee positions will N
county was forced to rewrite :: be up for election with four .
precinct boundaries, candidates.: appearing -on the
discarding its previous ballot ?n next'.Thursday's all- ,j
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The Farm reliance on section lines. To BCH day affair; '
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Spring 'Two exceptions were made Appointed Incumbent Ray Wingate,
by the Division of Elections in District I trustee is being 1

Tallahassee, Mrs:Flynn said,' opposed by Don Wells of
allowing the use of section Orange Heights, who .was '' \

I "Plenty of activity in th: Photo and Story pn lines in two'areas-a tract of Board Of TrusteesAskew nominated during the Feb ':

county," said county agent By Pat Honour ,. Container-leased' land west of ruary District 1 meeting held l'
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1 Sampson Lake, and the !in Middleburg. Wells received -- li"A-
Taylor about the 1977
Bobby planting for commercial and tin n8trable Santa of two votes at the. District .')
Bradford Fe 'The recent appointment Jane Love confirms
County strawberry -
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I cro r.and ,preparation. !and. home A tour gardens.Tuesday showed' the ?&T' 'P*" ouifcjfyMNBreswi\ ; .faaeLyptr! ) ,......tyil lla lMw +it.f ''feo-\\"ini;",e-- letter wv 'rpl' .mcetr! .P .t n Wir.Kates 14: -* : *
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-.- ? of Gary Reddish, "Vhere there simply-,were no- Hampton as a member of the months ago from Williams Angus. Hastings"Dislrict'9trustee ; '
k ;physlcal boundaries that Board of Trustees of Bradford interest in the
Fame Road off SR-16 East, expressing an of Fort McCoy will be
Yicrt on could be used," the supervisor County Hospital was appointment when a vacancy running unopposed for the
t,Jic !tnult beginning to ripen. Taylor
just .
added. announced in the hospital occurred. Ms Love said the position. His opponent, Ron
that major
of predicted the berries a would be portion readyby I Iw The most marked effect of newsletter Thursday, March counties no longer have Cathcart, who was nominated
the first of the revision was in three precincts 10. advisory committees to during the District 9 meeting
t has April.six : No. 13-B (Graham), Williams, 24, a resident of screen appointments and was earlier, withdrew his
/ ,- Reddish of Florida Bells acres andSequoia's r and 15-B (New River), which Hampton for two and a half unaware if Johns spoke to the nomination and will not ap
planted r were eliminated entirely; No. replaces local
all his own years, governor personally. pear on Thursday's ballot.
growing 7, which was enlarged to businessman Bill Dodd whose Dodd appointed in 1966,
IO plants this year from runners. 9'p.. ,r.k include the entire area term expired January of this several months behind George Hastings was recently

Taylor said the record between Marklee Starling year, ending almost 11 yearson Shuford, has served as chair- elected as secretary-treasurer
breaking cold that has kept the North and State of the National Rural Electric
I l Road on the board.An man of the board several
Bradford County strawberry Road 16 on the south. It is assistant credit manager times over the years and Cooperatives Association

plants dormant since theseason's ... bounded by U.S. 301 on the for the city of Gainesville, turned over the gavel to Billy (NRECA)

December start will by postpone about two ) 1 west, and the county line on Williams, the son of Mr. and Dampier at the last board The remaining trustee j
up
I weeks. the east. Mrs. F.L. Williams, lifelong meeting. Charney Williamswill for re-election is C.N. Smith
The new boundaries will residents of the county, is serve as vice-chairman,
cold which jf who has served on the board
Thursday March 17 The prolonged give the precincts a more married and has one son, and Mrs. Inez Green,
with for the past 36 He is
brought 21 below mornings 00 7Jt equal division of voters, Mrs. Lynn, three-years-old. appointed in 1958 continues to also running unopposed years. for his
freezing
Bradford Hospital freezing or have .a Flynn said ranging from 400 Williams said he got serve as secretary.. District 8 seat.
Board temperatures January to 600 rather than the old interested in the hospital after "I have enjoyed serving on
from '
7p.m. prevented plants setting variance of from 86 to 600. attending several meetingsand the board, under both good The day's events will also
any bloom, or flushing out Since County Commissioner hearing of financial times and bad times," said include a free fried chicken
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with new growth, said Taylor. t..e...;;.u< ,ti. -.n.x LUti .- 1 ---- L districts must also be as equal troubles. He said he has Dodd. He said he felt the dinner, bucket rides for the
Friday, March 18
The couilty' agent estimates Sampling one of the first Florida Bells (that has ripened Is as possible, population-wise, worked in a hospital environment hospital is headed in the right kiddies and young at heart,
Local Author (that acreage in the Bradfordarea Bradford county agent Bobby Taylor while grower Gary the change in precinct in Alachua County, as direction, while there was gospel music and entertain-
ReceptionBradford will total around 125 this Reddish waits for an opinion. Taylor's answer? "Just a few boundaries necessitated a few his mother and wife have, and room for improvement it was ment by The Turning Point, a
Public season,an increase of some 50 more days." changes in commissioner his position in government coming around to sound musical group from North
Library acres over last season's total district boundaries.The would help him sort the financial condition. Carolina and numerous civic
3 to 4 p.m. ot 75. 86 electors who voted at rumors from the facts. "One of my main concerns booths and business displays.
Growers with berries on a the former polling( place in "I will try to nip rumor in has been keeping the hospitaloff Many door prizes will also be
Saturday March commercial scale this year Graham, will now scatter in the bud" said Williams, the tax rolls, so the millagein awarded at the close of the
(those who have more than three directions on election stating he would make himself the county would not go meeting.

Elks Bar B.Cue two acres) are: Morris day-52 going to Pet. 13 available to anyone in the up," said, Dodd. He credits }
Carter, 34; L.M Norman, Jr., (Terwillegar Motors in county for discussion about hospital administrator R.D. Local civic organizations
Elk Lodge Grounds. 10; Luther Milliard. 8: Lloyd Starke); 24 to Brooker city the hospital. Edmondson for doing an planning to set up booths will
ItoSp.m Griffis. 8; Gary Reddish. 6; i hall, and 10 to Hampton city Appointed by Governor excellent job, bringing the be the Keystone Heights Lions .

Little Women'sSock Ed Starling,5;: Leon Starling, r r ti hall. It was necessary to Askew for a 4 year term for hospital from in the red to a Club with their Glaucoma :
5; Carl McKinley, 5; and ; i r divide the voters In this the non-paying position, profit of$100,000 for last year. screening van; Parents- ,
Hop. Charlie Mosely. manner because of boundary Williams said he expressed As a local citizen concerned Faculty Association booth of ...
8-12 p.m.Woman's Club After dropping out for problems, Mrs. Flynn said. interest in the appointment by about the hospital and school baked goods and coffee; Keystone ...
several seasons Oscar Carteris '' a p'' 'T Of New River's 112 electors, writing a letter to the system Dodd said he would Heights Shrine Club, ice '

Monday March ?! back this year with two ,/,Yr'" ,, 76 will now vote in Pct. 15 governor and sending a copyto continue keeping up his cream booth; Woman's Club, .,"f I
acres and there are a numberof i t j I (Brooker), and 36 will go to former governor Charley interest in these and help the coke booth Theressa Volunteer ,
smaller plantings, bringingthe Precinct 6 (Bayless High Johns. hospital any time that he Fire Department, pop- *
Elks 8. Elkettes total to around 125 acres, way), Executive assistant to could. corn booth; Band Aides, .
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Dinner 7 p.m. said Taylor 4 t rl Some 108 additional voters oranges and orange juice
Meeting 9 p.m. A check of the records show + a +s will now visit the polls in booth. 1i)

ElkettesInstallation fluctuations have occurred in Precinct 7,due to annexing all Moratorium Efi festive: Tuesday *

total acres in recent years ; the area between Marklee On display during the day f'
with 30 in 1975 and an estimated + Starling Road and SR-16; will be an air condition-water
Bradford County 80 to 100 in 1974. Only a while eight voters in thesparselyset On City Comnu rcial; Zoning heater display by Cain and
School Board few years before that 250 tied portion of this Bultman of Jacksonville. This
7p.m. acres and a far cry from the Y tl jg1 precinct, north of Marklee A 80-day moratorium on all stop gap measure" at the display will feature energy '

1,500 acres 40 to 50 years ago ,. -1 + :L W Marling Hoed were added to commercial building request of the planning board conservation showing a new
Tuesday, March 11 when berries rolled by rail Precinct 2 (East Lawtey). construction within the city which expected to have a land concept of heating water from I
from Starke and Lawtey to Brothers Richard and David \Valnwright" examine a stand of Another sizeable group of 99 passed Tuesday night at the use plan ready for public air conditioning gases.
BLOOD DRIVE northern markets. greens and make plans and preparations for other vegetablesfor voters in the Hardshell Starke city council as a stopgap hearing very soon. I, I'

Chamber of Commerce Fluctuations have come because their roadside stand on Sit is that will, reopen in mid-June. Baptist Church area south of measure while the The moratorium came Manning Hardware of Keystone
of costs, Behind them are beets, sugar beets, carrots, broccoli, lettuce, SR-229A were shifted from planning board completes a about as the result of a Heights will have their
10.m.4p.m.Saturday. prices, rising
of labor and cabbage, and onions. Precinct into Precincts 4 and comprehensive land use plan. building permit issued products on display along with
scarcity
The ordinance, which Lavon
February 23 to
March ?* from Mexican 5. Hughes Supply of Gainesville, '
competition
Bradford operated for 11 years. He said cucumbers were planted Since voting precincts became effective Immediately Andrews of Starke for who will display mis ;
berries. Last
year $6 to there will be "plenty of peas"at Monday with the remaining 15 cannot overlap commissioner was approved unanimously construction of a conveniencestore cellaneous heating equip
strawberries brought
Theresa Volunteer for 12 flat. Taylor the fruit stand. acres to be .planted in two district lines, the county's five by commissioners present on property on the south ment.
$6 50 a pint -
weeks after an explanation to council Madison Street
Fire Department will districts will now be side of West Service Supply of Jacksonville ,
1977 bring
Annual Spring said prices he of hopes$7 or' $B. While the planting of field Taylor, true to his job, comprised of: man Vernon Silcox who between Westmoreland and an insulation firm, will j

Fish FryCommunity Also off SR-16 East, east of corn was just getting under accepted a mess of greens No. Precincts 1,2,3. missed the special meeting Epperson Streets. demonstrate the effectiveness I .
Center Starke Richard and David way, the watermelons and checking the quality of the No. Precincts 456. March 8. Mayor Charles of Celotex. !
5:30: until- cantalopes were already produce after cooking as wellas No. Precincts 789. Schaefer explained councilman Mobile Home Tag 9 I 'I
Wainwright were preparing a
field Tuesday to plant field planted and half the in the ground. No. Precincts 10J 1,12. Harold Epps was not Displaying their mer l

000NTYFAIRopens corn. Working with their No. Precincts 13, 14, IS. present because he is in SLVincent's Selling SteadilyThe chandise and specialties will ;

father J.R. Wainwright the La it-fey Blaze Put Out QuickWith Mrs. Flynn said that the Jacksonville. hospital in be the West Bend Corporation, I I
Wednesday, March 30 brothers are planting 30 acres state granted a waiVer, Tax Collector's office the Addressograph- I

Runs 4 Days of (field corn, 20 of cantalopesan a record turnout of 12 sonville is investigating the permitting precinct lines moratorium Silcox objected and said to the he would word has stream'experienced of mobile a "steady home Multigraph firm out of Jacksonville .;
March 30-31, the limits of Starketo
within city and Westinghouse
watermelons. 30 in the ,
firemen Lawtey cause of the fire to determine have
preferred any license tag purchasers since
1-2
April cucumbers, 5 acres each of Volunteer Fire remain unchanged until Jacksonville. 1
Departmentwas if arson was involved. commercial building permits the county announced its driveto
1979. "No changes found
were
egg plant, sweet corn, and able to save Waters Store desirable that come before the planning see that every,uniUn the -A local heating and air con- !
or
oils!: ( armmmlh| 5 acres of and entire block necessary
\ an the when
peas miscellaneous garden a Fire captain Russell area" the supervisor said. board for, Individual county is properly tagged. .: 'ditioning firm. Guy Caverly, f
> tatr illnnkAccountt warehouse caught fire Mon Miscally said he credits good Chapter 76-161. the Florida recommendation rather than The tag office announced will have a York heat pump on '
vegetables. day night. risk someone not being around 75 new MH tags issued display and the ACRE (Action
Much of this produce will be The warehouse owned citizen response by turning In statute passed by the legisla- I
New .Inwrot Up available in mid-June at the Frank.Sutton by the alarm and quick responseby ture to implement the federal granted a permit that wouldbe since the drive began, with Committee for Rural Electrification : 'I'
was empty at
asset the
ToMo.OMiyFederal an to community. some owners paying fees as ) will also have a
roadside stand the volunteers for the law, provides that "each
Dopotlt'Intwrinco Grp.I Wainwright on the time of the fire:The state Schaefer 'this was "a
SR-16 which ,David has fire marshall's office In Jack damage not being more. precinct, as nearly as aMid high as $300. booth.

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a PageZA TELEGRAPH March 17,1977
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I Girl, 4 Needs Medical Attention But Wus Taken

I 5 More Enter Strawberry Queen Pageant From Shand8 Hospital



r:: has 12 girls vying for the Miss Pennirae Hunt, 1966, Veda Fish Dopson; 1969 A former resident of minute she is away from care the illness."
honors. The five girls who daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Linda Thomas Bachnan; 1970 Bradford County, Lloyd could potentially damage The girl Is the subject of a
L entered this week are: Raymond Hunt, is a senior at Mary Ann Barton Radke; Thornton, Is believed to have her" Vipperman added. custody suit involving Lloyd
Miss Lynn Moxley, Bradford High School where 1971, Anne Terwillegar; 1972, taken his 4-year-old daughter The child is suffering from a Thornton, her father, and
: daughter Mr. and Mrs. BenL. she is a member of the r 1v Donna Prevatt; 1974 La la in from Gainesville Shands brain disorder, hydrocephalus Beverly Vernimo, the legal

Moxley, Jr., is a freshmanat Foreign Language Club. Herres, and 1975 Debra Ann Teaching Hospital and the girlIs Vipperman said guardian.Wanda.
Santa Fe Community Penal is active in her church .Jordan. being searched. for by investigators believe the child Thornton is 3'6", 25
College Lynn is listed in and is being sponsored by I 1 1k The reigning Strawberry, authorities. was taken from Shands pounds and. has short brownhair .
r Who's Who Among American Jackson Building Supply. Queen Margaret Ann The girl,'Wanda Thornton, Teaching Hospital during the ; -
High School Students and is a Miss Terry Fili, daughter of Norman, daughter of Mr. and could die without immediate weekend.! The father and the child are
member of Little Women. Sheis Mr and Mrs. R.M. Fill is a ,, d Mrs. E.L. Norman will reign medical attention. Lloyd Thornton was seen in believed to be in the vicinity of
being sponsored by Diane's junior at Bradford High q y y4j over the 1977 fair and the new "The baby is extremely ill Shands' pediatrics ward Orlando. The BradfordSheriff's
Beauty Shop. School and enjoys swimming, queen to be crowned In and we're getting desperate," shortly before she was noticed Department is
Softball,and drawing. Terry is ceremonies March 26 will said Lloyd Vipperman, missing. "Everything we working in cooperation with
being sponsored by Carl Hurst reign over the 1978 Bradford University of Florida know indicates her father was the University of Florida
Shell Service Station. County Fair policeman. here," said Vipperman. "He's Police Department (UFPD)
Miss Jody Atchison, All tickets for the pageantwill "The hospital says she aware she's sick but he in trying to solve the case.
daughter of Mr and Mrs. be $1.50 for adults and 75 needs surgery and everySOUTHSIDE1 doesn't know the severity of
Louis Atchison, is a junior at cents for children. They may
4Hht u ?yl,: Bradford High School where be purchased at the door or to
.; I she is a member of Civinettes save waiting in line, can be ELEMENTARY NEWSRemember I
I I and Art Club. Jody is a purchased in advance by ,
volunteer worker with calling 964-7972, 964-8210 964-
Miss Lynn :Moxley Miss Jody Atchisonshe the nice spice Health Unit with a study of Mrs. Thompkins' fifth gradeis
mentally handicappedchildren 6788 or 5332000.Admission )(
,, sets that were sold just before drug abuse. They have had studying New England
and enjoys painting, for the Celebra-
Five more contestants have drawing and ceramics. She is is a member of Civinettes tion Sock Hop to be held Christmas by the students and discussions, read pamphlets, through discussion research and, reports tests.,
I entered the competition for being sponsored by Torode'sOil and the History Club. Karen following the t pageant at the sponsored by the PTA? viewed filmstrips and Deputy films, involved in
the title of Bradford County Plant. enjoys singing in the Youth Starke Woman s Club will also Southside still has some of Don Denton of the sheriff's department They currently
Health Unit
Strawberry Queen, to be held ajar Miss Karen Crawford, Choir softball fishing, be 150. these sets available for pur- came to give a most the Berkeley the
Vlarch 26 in conjunction with daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neil boating,swiming and cooking.She chase. They may be pur- informative talk. The class study with emphasis on
and
of
Fair chased individual items at has reached their goal of 250 dangers drugs
as
he Bradford County R. Crawford, is a junior at plans to become a
vith beauty pageant set for Bradford High School where secretary and is being r. $1.50 or as a set of four for $6. Post box tops and now they smoking
arch 26. sponsored by Bullington's Gift They make especially nice are working to exceed that.
The 14th annual pageant is Shop. gifts and perhaps by now the Joanie Richards and Tony Mrs. Richardson's sixth
''jonsored by'the Junior The girls already enteredare sets purchased previouslyneed King have earned theatre grade is studying Alaska.
Roman's Club of Starke and : Miss Shan Edwards, one or more replacementitems. tickets for bringing in at least Students are doing research in
Miss! Pennirae Hunt daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .! The individual jars ten box tops each. the library and in their room;
./ contain these seasonings: they then give group reports.
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Curtis Edwards Miss 'Pam
: of Mr. imitation bacon bits dried In Mrs. Whitehead's and .The study i is given topical In-
Dewight Slater's Chapman, daughter salad onions, flavor-all Mrs.Vellenga's reading class, terestdueto the fact that Mrs.Richardson's .
and Mrs. AV. Chapman;;
\ -- and Simon Mitchell deserves daughter livedin
seasoning course grind
Brenda Roberts
Miss
t'J( Food & Scat daughter of Mr and Mrs. black pepper. Contact the special recognition for his Anchorage for a time.
George Roberts; Miss Lisa office for further Information progress during the last six

Open u.s. 301 S. f y : 4YjX34' Mrs.Mitchell Freeman, daughter Register of Mr., Jr.and 9 In Mrs. Duncan's fifth grade Whitehead's weeks' grading third period.grade had Mrs.a Mrs.currently Freeman's doing a third study gradeis unit
;
/ 7 AM. 12 P.M. 8 Walnut St Miss Cathy Futch daughter of homeroom LeAnn Flynn and special art project# making on the human body. They are
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Futch; Kristy Johns won the spelling "March lions.' They are making slides and using the
PEARL MOGAN DAVID Miss Ann Allen, daughter of bee. They will compete with being displayed in the library. microscope for further dis-
the other 5th and 6th coveries. Keith Kehoe and
grade
BEER Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Allen,
WINE Jr.; Miss Gail Lavender, winners on March 14 at South- Ms. Goodall's fourth gradeis Sherry Flakes are the present
12 oz. Can of Aziel and J.F. side. involved in a plant growing multiplication winners. Ken
$128 Blackberry *169 daughter project. They are placing Starling has been the best at
6 pk 5th I Lavender. --
Concord Past Strawberry Queenswill Mrs. Register's fifth gradeIs radish seeds in jars to watch remembering to bring in Post
SCHLITZ ORDEN'S also be part of the Miss Karen Crawford completing the Berkeley their germination. When the cereal box tops with a total of
plants have developed 22 to date. Southside would
festivities. Past Queens'whirhave
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MALT MILK like to remind once
agreed to appear are: satisfactorily they will be'tzansplantedintu everyone
that March will be ttnr
the ground -again
2 0l 1'19 Gal. $149 Miss Terry Fill 1963 1964, Linda Jane Huggins Adams Watson McRae-/; Latvtey SceneOf"Mislzap outside the classroom. Two last date to bring box tops to
for
studentswho continue to excelin be used for exchange
reading are Anita Mulberry physical education equip-
Ella S. Slone 60, of Lawtey, driving south a short distance and Dzim Nguyen, fourth ment.
was admitted to the Bradford behind Stone's Mercury. graders.Mrs. .
County Hospital but releasedthe According to the Florida Ms. Lawrence's class of
same day following her Highway Patrol accident Harper's fourth grade third and fourth graders has
involvement in a two-car report, Slone U-turned into the has just completed study on been receiving library in-
accident on US-301 in Lawtey north-bound lanes, and kepton the Florida unit. Among the struction this week from Mrs.
last Saturday, March 12. turning until she began to projects made by the studentsfor Winkler in the library. Theyare
Slone's car. a 1971 Mercury cross the median. display in their room looking forward to putting
station wagon, received an When Slone crossed the were: a model of the Indian this information to good use in
estimated $1,500 in damages median into the path of Parks method of starting fires by the future as they will start
when it was struck in the right car her auto was struck in the Shaun Ritch; a large card- their study of Florida next
side by the second car drivenby right side. Parks was board state tree (the palm) week. The students are taking
Soothe n Dallas Wayne Parks, 18, of travelling at about 40 miles colored and outlined with yarn note of St. Patrick's day by
Gentry II Jacksonville.Slone per hour at the time of the by Donald Thornton. Andy making potato prints sham
was driving south just collision. Slone was charged Nguyen made an outstanding rock place mats and lepre
south of US-301's intersectin with careless driving by.the replica of .the U.S.. flag outlined chauns. To help publicize the
with SK-S225. Parks was also Florida Highway Patrol.. with yarn. "50's Hay" on !March 25. the
following students have
-- eagerly participated in the
2l
Y poster.making ,,campaign:
J l f I I j 'St. Patrick's Day Richard O'Steen, Ritchie

t Overstreet, Melanie Wood
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V Diane Uosaland
Buffet Wood
Lennon, Jimmy Wilson. Tom
jg Watson, Billy Jackson, David
IC Thursday, March 17 JJt Little, Jan Brooks, (;n'gjal'; ;

worth Lisa Spivey. Pam
Goolsby. The posters will be

flU&t' I C Aw t The \ ;xflxu; \ S> office.displayed in the cafeteria and


_____ New Safety Pltroll11cmlx'r!
were chosen at the beginningof
'Featuring
: the fifth six wi-oks. This
'" patrol will serve for the remainder -

St. Patty's MULLIGAN STEW t of the school )ear To
be eligible for safety patrol a
n i I HAM AND CABBAGE student must have good
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Prizes MULLET grades, good conduct arid be
recommended by their
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.-. 369 964-7600 fourth grade, Greg Nazworth
and Kosaland Lennon.Ms. .
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301 N.
If'" Hwy grade, Kevin Gnann and
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215 E. Washington OWNED & OPERATED grade Angela Ledford and
Night .M. 144" Edo Micole Scott.

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today! Styled with gracefully shaped Colonial lines, L. il'' CUSTOM CUTTING BEEF BY THE and James Cribbs.

this ensemble boasts a durable simulated maple finish I -., AND WRAPPING QUARTER HALF -Mrs. Richardson's sixth

and antique brass finish hardware. The generous cabinets + o 0 o FOR HOME FREEZER OR WHOLE grade, Donald Eaves and
have dovetailed, center-guided drawers. John Bennett

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Rev. Silvero ObituariesLOUIS +k First Baptist. Centenniul "I l y:;r 1

Madison Church CHEWS 69 Forsyth; Sr. of Raiford. March 10, in business church will be compiled and t I't'

Louis Crews, 69, died Funeral was held Wednes- r session First Baptist Church, special activities for the day
t Guest SpeakerThe Friday, March 11, in the Brad- day in the Church of God Starke, voted to observe 100 will be announced in the near ,.
ford County Hospital after a Prophecy in Brooker. Inter- years as a Southern Baptist future
Madison Street Baptist brief \illness ment followed in Sapp Church. May 15, 1m has been All former members and .;.
-..... Church had as guest speakerlast Born in Lawtey Mr. Crews Cemetery in Raiford. Archer- set as the date for a home- friends are encouraged to
ST. EDWARD'S PINE GROVE Sunday, March 13, Rev lived his entire life in Brad- Tanner Funeral Home of coming service. History of the participate in this historic .j
CATHOLIC CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH Armando Silvero a Home ford County. He was a butcherfor Starke, south 301, was in event.
Rev. Ben. L.Coleman Mission Missionary, on the Starling's Grocery until he charge of arrangements
Rev. Patrick Foley, pastor, closing day of the Week of retired lie was member of the '1
Masses: Monday 6:30: p,m., Sunday School 9:45: a.m., Prayer. services for Home Pine Level Baptist Church. PINE FOREST APTS.
Tuesday 8:30: a.m., Wednes- Morning Worship 11 a.m. Missions. Survivors include five KIRK C. LAMOREAUX, 84 :
day 6:30 p,m., Thursday 8:30: Evening Services 7:30: p.m. Rev. Silvero has been with daughters: Mrs Sandra \\ MuiliMinM.. S1ndn.I" I luriiluf5WFi I,
a.m.,Saturday 7 p.m., Sunday Prayer Meeting Thursday, the Home Mission Board for a Jackson and Mrs. Sharon Kirk C. Lamoreaux 84, died ,.
11 a.m. 7:30: p.m. number of years. He has Sanders, both of Gainesville; Saturday morning, March 12, ';
Confessions: Saturday 6:30: served as a pastor of an Mrs. Lillian Beckham of in the Starke Nursing Home. : "
p.m. or on request.Stations FIRST UNITED Italian speaking church and Interlachen, Mrs. Gloria Born May 14, 1892 in I *
of the Cross,Friday METIIODISTC11UItC11SUNDAY has served with the Home Sapp and Miss Virginia Sumpter County Mr. I ;: '" 7tyfi'.J* Jj*
8p.m : 9:45: Church Mission Board in Pittsburg, Crews both of Starke; a son, Lamoreaux had lived in the "o .-.. ..." .:J 4 '" ... .,, .'.'s..- '.'.
Religious Education School; II a.m. Morning Pa. for several years. Rev. Franklin of Starke; a sister, Keystone Heights area for Bill Roberts .. i I f !
Classes: Grades 1 through 6, Worship with nursery provided and Mrs. Silvers are living in Mrs Alma Crews of over 15 years before admission :.YJ J'v' ... hrSrfl I
Sunday 9:30: a,m.; Grades 7 ; St. Augustine.The Jacksonville, and six grandchildren to the nursing home. -"T r r"r'
through 12. Wednesday 7 Mr. Lamoreaux was a New Manager KBUf5** t .riM" l 'nHWa PrlBIII-"
Gf1r'1p: :..r
p.m.; Adults, Sunday 7:30: CALVARY BAPTIST Young Adult Class of Funeral services were held retired trainman for the Sea. .... .IwN'... ''l.I ;I'ltr 1 r.I .-:-' .
the Madison Street Baptist board member .A ,
Railroad of ,
pm. CHURCH Sunday March 13, in the a Over Inn .
Holiday I
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Gainesville
Church will\ to the American Post .
Jim Black Pastor go chapel of Archer-Tanner Legion 202 ,:
ST MARK'S EPISCOPAL Saturday, March 19, to bowl Funeral Home of Starke with a members of Masonic Lodge ,
CHURCH SUNDAY: Sunday School and then back to the churchfor Rev.Leon Thomas officiating. No. 153 at Tampa a memberof a Wilfiam (milD) E. Roberts is j
Rev.John M.FIynnSUNDAY. 9: 45 a.m.; Morning Worship, pizza and fellowship. Meet. Burial was in Lawtey the United TransportationUnion the new manager of the Starke NOW '
11 a.m.; Evening Worship, 7 at the church at 5 p.m. Cemetery under direction of and attended the Holiday Inn, according to JoeMorgan :J.:

March 13: Holy p.m. Archer-Tanner Funeral Homeof Gadara Baptist Church. regional vice president Y 1
Eucharist, 8:30: a.m.; Church Starke. Survivors include a brother for Mississippi Management '
School, 9:45: a.m.; Morning Daniel Lamoreaux of Tampa; TAKING 1.,1
Prayer, 11 aim GRACE BAPTIST. CIIURCII four sisters: Mrs. Margaret
TUESDAY. March 15: Highway 100A South First Baptist Sets I Eddie Joe Forsyth Loren/o Mrs. Bessie Jones Roberts replaces Curtis Ed-
Women of the Church Day Jerry D.Milton Infant Eddie Joe Forsyth and Mrs G.W. Grogan all of wards who resigned. Edwardshad '
Meeting, 10 a.m. Pastor died Sunday in Shands Hernando, and Mrs Edith been manager of the
WEDNESDAY March 16: 964-5656 "Miracle Day"March Teaching Hospital in Gainesville Bauman of Tampa. Starke Holiday Inn for a year n
Covered-Dish Supper, 6:30: where he was born 3 Funeral services were held and had been with the com-
; Evening Prayer 7:15: ; SUNDAY: Bible School, 10 weeks ago.Survivors. Monday morning, March 14, pany 11 years.Previously. r'
pm.Lenten Program, 7:30: p.m.; a.m.; Morning Worship 11 27 has been designated Include his at graveside at Memory assistant r
Junior Choir Practice, 7:30p : a.m.; Children's Choir Practice "Miracle Day" at parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gardens Cemetery in manager in Lake City Holiday
m. 5:45: pm. ; Training First Baptist Church. "An Leslie Forsyth Jr., Starke; Jacksonville with Rev Inn Roberts is married and 1M
Union, 6:30: p.m.; Evening attendance goal of 475 will bea his maternal grandparents, Leamon Ward officiating has two daughters ages 2 and Drapes'I I'I
AIR PARK BAPTIST Worship 7:30: p.m.WEINESDAY miracle\ and a demonstration Mr. and Mrs. Raiford Tet- DeWitt C Jones Funeral 8. They will reside at the ,
CHURCH : Sunday of God's power in us," stone; his paternal grand Home of Starke was in charge management home in the
Rev. O.D. Brooks School Workers Meeting 7 Rev. Ben Bryant, Pastor declares parents Mr and Mrs. Joe L. of arrangements. Holiday Inn.Hoberts :
orangl'Strl't't a.m.; Bible Study and Prayer Realization of this goal attended West
7:30: p.m.; Adult Choir would be almost 50 above any Georgia College in Carrollton,
Sunday School 10 am., Wor Practice, 8:15: p.m. previous attendance on SERVICE MEN Ga and graduated from 1-2-3 Bedroom
ship Service 11 a m., Evenmi; Sunday. J.E.Johns PromotedTo Lively Vocational Technical
Worship 7pmWednesday "A Church Where The month of March is alsoa Communications School Hotel Management Unfurnished With
Serves
Prayer Servic Everybody is Somebody" time for emphasis on enrollment Brown and is also a graduate of Carpets & 1,
Iceland
7 p.m. in the Bible teaching In AGANA, GUAM Airman Holiday Inn University.Prior AS LOW $1
FIRST PRKSin-TERI: .\N organization. A goal for Aviation James E. Johns, son of Mr. to residing in Lake AS 0000 MO i
S\IYIt'oiA: : \PTIST CHURCH enrollment has been set at Navy Class and Mrs M.L. Johns, Jr of City Roberts was Innkeeper
('I1t.1t1IIIr..lack l Second
Elder T.C.Williams lIand, minister 1,062. Present enrollment is Ordnanceman Lonnie L. Brown son of Route 1. Lake Butler, has been at Holiday Inn in Tallahassee. }

Sunday. Sunday school 9:30a : 983.Each Robert L. Brown of Starke promoted from supply ser- _
"On the search for a department of the vices specialist at Anderson -
worship 11 has been promoted to his
m.
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church?" School is to
friendly Sunday striving rank while AFB, Guam to Air Force y
serving
reach the goal set for their present
mThursday, choir practice, with Patrol Squadron 49, Communications Service.
Welcome to individual Baldwin Chevrolet
Smyrna 7."W; pm groups. Keflavik, Iceland. Brown Airman Johnson is a 1974 Olds
School 10 graduate of Bradford High
Sunday a.m. joined the Navy in October
Worship Service, 11 a.m., \IORC!,\:\ ltel VD ::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::::::::.: 1972. School.

B T.S., 5:45: p.m., Evening \pnsr andInternational
Worship. 7 p m. Sunday Services: Sunday 1j; Cord Of Thanks I\ L
All visitors are warmly School 10 a.m., Morning!\ /
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death, burial. and Deaf 11 a.m ,Training Union,
resurrection of the Lord Jesus 6:30: p,m., Evening Worship, In loving memory of our
Christ. Come join us, on the 7:30: pmWednesday. husband and father, A.C. Shop
I Lord's Da.1.IHSO'oi..._ Services: MidWeek Cummings who died March The Answer To Your ".
Prayer Service and 20 1976.: 226 N. Temple Ave. 964-7391
:\ : STREET: Bible Study 7:30 p m. Choir Friends come in to comfort:
.\ TCIILRCII Practice. B'15 pm Bring flowers by the score; Mowing This i
Rev. ('harll'sSwartlSATURDAY Did many things to comfort; RICO REEDS

Till they could do no more. We I r. <:
With Grass ,
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shall start another Long and .,
Class Social; Meet at Churchat : l lonesome mile. We're tryingto B Flat Clarinets -xx ,.. Summer ;
5 p m. to leave for Gaines- carry on; As you would A Catcher
ville to bowl. Come back to have us do; Hoping to have 00 /t1i- ,
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11 a m; Children's Worship. The secretary bird of South Wife and Children Musical $2"a'r; pV4 T
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gots its name because '
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Page4A TELEGRAPH March 17. 1977



\ BHS Track Team Wins Opener






; Over Lake Butler, KeystoneBY 1 dt ''y.



Chris Fernster West Nassau, Clay High and outstanding performances. In Heights placed second being LONO JUMP .I) Phllpolt KH

BCT Sports Writer St Augustine in a four-way the 110 low hurdles Merri clocked at 3:14.: Link t4)"i' BHS 1)12'11\40"Boyklnt| 4)UC Orm.4'Hk"i..... BHS II'
home meet. Saturday, March Ormsbee placed first with a In the discus throw 131W'.
Bradford High girl 19, the Big Red will parti- time of 185 edging Cathy Red's Mary Berry squeeze 110 LOW HUROLiS) OrrmbM.BHS I.,
tracksters won their first cipate in the Lady Gator Clark of Keystone who was past teammate Cilita WllrMtl., 1 IB Si KH, 2)II.4 Clark. KH JO.7; 3))

meet of the season Tuesday Relays in Gainesville at 10 clocked at 20.7. Hawkins Berry produced a 100 YARD DASH- II PMIIpott KH
afternoon In a three-way meetin a.m. toss of 85', while Hawkins hada II.I; II Simmon. UC II.ti 3) Mwtim .....
Lake Butler beating out To win the meet the Big Red The mile run found BHS' throw of 84'6". KH 1141 41 Hutnlk KH II*.
,
second place Keystone totaled 84 points, while Key- Cindy Griffith grabbing top "We got good performancesfrom 4illSl MIL 2) HldlurdMlt RUN-) BHS OrlMlth, t.11.tl BHS 21) fr 't 'w s a' M+!''l :.
Heights and Union High. stone Heights scored 65 for honors Griffith recorded a all the girls that participated Pirtont KH, 41 aackl.y, tic. : ,,
The Tornadoes will next see second and Union County 33 time of 6:11.5.: She also won ," said Jerry McGriff, MO YARD Hf LAV-I) UC,loyklnI ? 4wM

action today (Thursday, for third. the 880 yard run with a time of BUS girls track coach.STATISTICS 2)Slmmoiu BHS e tSylvMUr, McOIII .,n4 Snwycr Jackion Brl).nl 1.11.1 and
March 17)) as they take on Bradford High had many 2:37.: Jeanne Collins Keystone Oon..). Ii03,
.- 440 YARD DASH II CH.... BHS
H.Jl II McNnl,, BHS 4..t| 1) Pow.ll)),
KH 700, 4) Flnlayun' KH 72...
A Non-Denominational School fully accredited by the SHOT PUT- I) Sorry BHS M'M" ,
440 RELAY I) KH U t (eMIII.r.lon.y.
., 30f"l 21 H.wMtu, BHS
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Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Jl II'0 l";org 4) Malm. BHS 25",". 55.' Simmoni. Manor and Jackian Plnlavunl McOIII 11 UC...nd10y"'n.l. (' ..
DISCUS- I) B.rry. BHS. U', 1)Huwklnt ) ,
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4 For Grades 1-12 71'1". 41 M.ln.. BHS 72'. MO SPRING MEOLBV II) BHS ", >., -' .'\\0''...:'""''.."'I'..rw"i'\ 'T..' """'. h\i
HIOH JUMP11 Phllpett, KM .. \. .
>:OS Ij it) KH 2,21,0 (Millar Sony ;.I" \ iI : tA". ..,
47 ". II Ormtbw, EHS'a'1"> J) Minor and Plnlavion( "'t.
Simmoni) UC 4't"i 4) WcNol BHS, 220 YARD DASH 11 Phllpott, KH
44" II 3t 2) Boyklni. UC It"l II) Manian his putting on hole number 6.
St. Johns Country Day SchoolIn KH It I; 4i Sawvir BHS 31.3.
TWO MIL RUN I) Rlchardton Golfers"7"T; I
1 BHS IJtlli II M.lrtn, KH IS:3*. 12 StrokesBradford
MIL ItILAY-) BHS. 4tlO By
Orange Park (McNaal Orltlllh,Cliata and Oonoi 12)
KH.i.IS(Colllai,Flnlayton,Clarka and
Pow.ll( The win ups the Big Red to a with a 38, but as a team the
High golfers com- Tornadoes were more con-
2-0 record. Bradford High will
THE IMPORTANCE OF EACH OF OUR
peted in their first three-way next see action on Friday sistent than St. Augustine or
STUDENTS AS AN INDIVIDUAL IS THE match of the young season March 18, against Clay Highin Eastside High.Leading .

KEYSTONE OF OUR EDUCATIONALPHI Customer to car Monday afternoon and came a 3:30: p.m. home match. the way for the Big
salesman: "I just had to Red was Richard Gaines, who
LOSOPHY.St. Johns is an independent, coeducational drop by and tell how away a big winner as they Tuesday March 22, BHS will shot an impressive round of
Ask you
shot a 163 while Gainesville West Nassau High
Gaines for
challenge 39. Following BHS
school. We yards to the I
many gallon
college
Founded preparatory
the Eastside High produced a 175 also at home with a 3:30: p.m. was Scott Roberts' and \\adeWmklerrs
,'. 1953 encourage growth through a broad but demanding Charley get on car-RoIlS.you sold Rothco me! and St. Augustine High a 182 tee-off. 41s Lee Casey-
academic with small r in a contest played at the Jim Wicker of St. Augustineshot added a 42 and John Valmski a
program E.Johns r Starke Golf and Country Club. the best round of anyone 43.
classes, a low student-faculty ratio and a wide ] 000000000 oooooeeooooo00

variety of athletics and extra curricular ac '85 Discount On New 1976 Edition Of Green Machine Invitational

tivities. THE

Bus transportation is available to the school' About This Question: WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA Tournuiiient Sel t t March 18-20

from Green Cove Springs, Orange Park, "My son will playa
Starke's Green MachineS Butler. last ear's No=- 3 learn
Middleburg and Starke. school instrument in >
22 Volumes . Limited Supply Ctball Invitational Tourna- in the country, prestigious
Our next TESTING DATES FOR ADMISSION the school band this ment will kick off the 1977 Jerry's Caterers Nliami: the
year. We parents are Terms AvailableCall amateur season this weekend Palatka A's and Melbourne:
to the 1977-78 academic year will be responsible for the Collect 904/372.8918 with an impressive field. Senne Lumber Co.
SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1977 for grades 512. Leading the area favorites.
instruments. Can The tourney will run from Pine Air Farms of Lake
Offer Absolutely Expires Monday March 21 1977
,
musical instruments Friday March 18. through Butler. will be two All-
- - - -
Testing for grades 1.4 is given on an individual be insured agaist --- VALUABLE COUPON Sunday March 20. Starting American's. Kenneth Carlton
Last
times for each day are not yet and Eddie Douglas
basis by appointment. loss, theft, or
known because the season Carlton hit an amazing

Contact the Headmaster, St. Johns Country damage, by nonprofessionals I NAMEADDPESS _. i tournament field Isn't 100 home runs and batted 550
and catcher. hit fora
Douglas a
Day School Doctors Lake Drive, Orange Park, for less complete.All .500 average.

than $1? of the teams that Pine Air ;;.2i
Florida 32073. Telephone ((904)) 2649572. will produced a
play in the invitational are record in 19.6.Woman .
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Weightlifters End Season On Happy Note ; Prepare For State

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by Chris. Fernsler Central competitor outlifted According to the rules when Roberson took third with a The Tornadoes Steve thorne yesterday with five
BCT Sports Writer Montgomery 130-125 In the the competition ends in a tie bench press of 150 and a 155 Earnest made it look easy in teams entered in the event. f
clean and lerk. the victory goes to the lighter pound Jerk.Kd the 198 category beating out Next week the Tigers will
Bradford High weightlifting ., -....,.,,.... -- Palatka Central's Robert vie for the statetitle in a meetto
team ended the regular ; IT. t MafIi Boyt.The Big Red lifter bench be held in Gainesville at
season Friday afternoon by .,, : 'jj: pressed 260 and jerked 250, Buchholz High School.
whipping Palatka Central : while Boyt had a bench pressof Ii' \
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High 57-12 in a home match 200 and a 175 pound jerk. \
the second Bradford the Youthful Influx: ::
straight win for the High won : $
Tornadoes.The heavyweight division too as Nearly one farmer in five is Ad Good ThursdayMondayMarch
victory pushes the Big Jimmy Clark claimed the victory now under the age of 35.
17-21
Red to a 2-6 final regular sea r "j.t; Clark produced a 265pound 0 k .
son record. Bradford High's ck t bench press and 260 V
first victory of the season ( jerk. Lawrence Budget of the "We do more 155 W. Call St. '
.f
occurred just last Wednesday Big Red finished second
afternoon against arch-rival ,rt+ay:# : toa bench pressing 260 andjerking : than just fill out
Union County High as the Tornadoes 250.
won 4826. "I am pleased with the win. tax forms. We
The Tornadoes can next be k We (BHS) had a lot of guys 1 ,, .
can help
seen In action at the State improving" said Denny Han- you $ ,
Weightlifting Tournament sen, BHS weightlifting coach. save w13w.
money. ,
which will be held at Gaines- 4
ville's Avenging an earlier season
Buchholz
High on Saturday
loss, the Bradford Tornadoes
High -
March 19, at 1 p.m. .{
team
weight lifting
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BUS 57.PALATKA CEN.12 easily defeated the Union i.
_
High lifters 48.24 in a dualmeet'
Bradford _
High got off to a y IA'
held in Lake Butler on $ p $
good yet t
the 114 pound disappointing division.start Robert in Wednesday of last week LADIES' H

Herring of Palatka Central Tornadoes Coach Denny Henry W. Block N \
picked up the initial first of the Hansen said that it was our VERY FAMOUS
match but BHS' Alan 4 best meet of the season up to That's Reason No. 1. \S\\ BRAND cff I"V. 1
Montgomery took second and that point. It was our first People don't come to (1v
the Big Red's Bud Belanger 'match that we put everything H&R Block just to have J JEANS
third. However, Montgomery together.The their tax forms filled out. '. Iv
placed second only because he Tigers participated in a They come because Block .
outweighs Herrings. meet for 2A schools at Haw- can help them save money. I REGULARLY SOLD ''I I .
Montgomery and Herring We dig for every honest FOR 10.99 'r p..
both lifted 250 total pounds _. ... .. .. .. deduction and credit.And ,
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Montgomery outdueling TRAVEL ADVENTURE we see that you get the ,
Herring in the bench press Kevin Neel'of Bradford High attempts to place In the heavyweight division's top four duringthe EDUCATIONSee benefit of the latest .
125-120, while the Palatka Big Ked's 57-12 whipping of Palatka Central.However he did not make it. changes In the tax law. ,.
Chief Kelly US Navy
man. Herring weighs 112V4 Saxon recorded the Big Recruiting Station Starke H&R BLOCK-
Fri. March 11 pounds Montgomery weights Red's second victory of the
Opening Monday 10 A.M. TII 2 P.M.
114',4 pound. Nevertheless the match lifting in the 132 Bradford 118 N. Walnut 964-8286
Square 2/10-1/12
Big Red's Belanger also division. The BHS lifter had a
Running 2 Divisions Of Cars: ,
bench and 145 ;
claimed a third with a bench 175 press a jerk. '
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Late Model & Hobby press of 110 and a jerk of the Placing second was the Tor- f" --1\ H*i i NAVY DENIM..ALSO NATURAL! t
same weight.In andoes Jay Griffis with a 130 Revival
Gates Open 4 P.M. I Admission '4' Adults the 123 category the Tornadoes pound bench press and a 140 $ i SIZES 5 TO 16 TO 17181100fe
Ti I M" Children 6 To 12 Timmy Gaskins was pound jerk. MACHINE WASHABLE
First Race 8 P.M. | Free Under 6 not denied the top spot. Gas- The 148 class saw BradfordHigh's I Church Of God I II II Q Js COTTON! I
Jones claim
kins grabbed first with a 185 Timmy $
14 miles South Of Lake City On m At I-75 bench press and a 180 jerk. first while teammate Chuck f ;
Columbia County Speedway Coming in second was nother Register snatched second. I Lawtey I II II I I II
Tornado Martin Slocum, who Jones bench pressed 230 and I
Ellisville Fla. 3/10-3/31 bench pressed 175 and jerked jerked 195/Register outfought U.S. 301 South Of City Limits
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60 Years of Service To clean bench beating and press Morton jerk.and 190-185 170-160 in in the the I Evangelist I II II


Bradford-Union-Clay ResidentsThat's Red Sam Express"Bennett rolling kept the, as"Big he I Walter Long I II II
came away victorious in the

I The History Of Bennett 165 category.bench pressed To take 275 first and I March 20th I II II '
produced a jerk of 225. Randy 27th 1977 : /
Thompson of BUS finished in ..
DeWitt C.JonesFuneral the number two slot with a 215 I I II II : 4 4RfiApgEI
bench press and a 190 jerk. 7:30: Nightly p. ,

< HomeSj Strange'earned Palatka Central's third,Buster bench I I II II
,
.:t,, 'Of"v pressing 195 and jerking 175. (Except Sun 7:00: P.M) ? 1

'JI.lf.c Our Professional Approach Bradford In the High's 181 classification Mike Van- I

....' ,< And The Sincere Concern We zant showed Palatka Centralno BURLAP
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mercy
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Need Has Earned Us An Excellent Vanzant had a bench press of

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On A National Survey For Funeral and jerked 165. Don Johns of Ow 1 '
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Palatka Central eased into I Pastor Alton 8, ColemanHAVE I ILORIDA a 4Y 1
Directors 98 % Of Those Surveyed third with a 160 bench press
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i l I!. Tornado ]Baseball In Slump... ; Three More Games Dropped.-. .- I RECREATION I NEWS I f


by Chris Fernsler The sixth inning found The Big Red got on the scored two.They also added a Jockel only allowed the Blue Jockel reached first base by The Starke Recreation De approximately 80 boys have
BCT Sports Writer lighting striking again for Scoreboard in the second run in the fourth for a 13-4: Devils three hits, two singles an error, while Mike Kitchensand partment sponsored Dixie signed up.
BUS, as Mike Kitchens inning, as they scored once. lead. Bradford High closed out and a double. "Jockel pitcheda Charlie Revel walked. Boys' Baseball Program, 13- Last Monday, March 7, the
Bradford High baseballers walloped a homerun to left Charlie Revel started the the game's scoring in the fifth real good ball game," said The Tornadoes received a gift 14 years, is in the midst of registration Dixie Boys Baseball League,
could manage but three hits field, cutting the West Nassau inning with a single and then inning by pushing across Mike Hartley, BHS baseball. when Jockel scored on a wild and will begin practice 9-12 years, started its prac
Monday afternoon at Calla- advantage to 42. But that was went to second base on a three, making the score 15-7, coach. pitch.Clay. next week.Bradford tice. This league's teams and
han's West Nassau High and as close as the Big Red could passed ball. With two outs Crusaders. In the first inning the Big High took the lead
dropped a disappointing 4-2 come. The contest's scoring Chuck Colbert singled in Red was set down in order! but again in the sixth inning when County school the Dixie Boys Baseball
game. ended at 4-2. with West Revel, cutting the Bishop BitS 2 Clay High; the Blue Devils scrapped for a they scored twice. Mike system will announce the date Program need some coaches,
The loss drops the Big Red Nassau claiming the victory. Kenny advantage to 41. run. Chris Coleman walked Hutchinson reached base by and time of the first practice. however. Anyone wishing to
to 06.( Earlier in the week BHS Despite a fine pitching and stole second. Then Mike an error. Cliff Bridges 'Through Monday, March 14, get involved with these programs
lost to Jacksonville Bishop BitS Bishop Kenny 15 However, in the bottom of performance by Jeffrey Hutchinson singled in doubled in Hutchinson and 66 boys were registered for the as a coach should get In
15-7,while on Tuesday, Bradtord High baseball the second the Crusaders all Jockel the Bradford High Coleman for a 1-0 Clay High Frank Ray singled in Bridges, Dixie Boys Program, touch with Die Recreation Department -
Marc 8, the Big Red were team continued its sloppy defensive but put the game out of reach baseball squad dropped a lead. upping the Blue Devil ad- Registration will continue un- !964-6792.
nipped 3-2 by Clay High. play Friday afternoon with eight runs. The tough 3-2 game to Clay High The fourth inning found vantage to 31.
Bradford High will next be against Jacksonville Bishop Tornadoes had six bases last Tuesday night In. Green Bradford High scoring a run
in action today (Thursday, Kenny as they committed six stolen off them in this inning Cove Springs. to tie the game at 11. Jeffrey
March 17)) against Baker errors and lost 15-7 in and committed one error. Joe
County High at 7:30: p.m. in a Jacksonville.The Mullany, Chris Bailey, Jim 1h"frj'fJ7J'jrtl\ ; : >>, ": .
home game. Tuesday. March Tornadoes have now Walker and Jim Browner all vr\1\l' 1:1 .;ff)1.: .=., :.J J i0 f Ft n71
..
22, the Tornadoes will travelto been scored on 31 times this produced run scoring singles. a w w1n .f A 1 ;:;J .
Gainesville High to take on season. However,only eight of Bradford High did not give 1B S'U 1JtrI
the Purple Hurricanes in a 4 these runs are earned up despite the 12.1 Crusader
p m. contest. Bishop Kenny went to workin lead. In the top of the third
the very first inning, BHS scored three times cot Your Car Ready For Th Hot Weather Ahead
BUS 2-West Nassau hits
scoring four times on two Dinky Kilby singled, Kenny I
two errors. Jim Walker Aycox reached base by an
West Nassau High got singled, Jim Browner doubledin error, Jackson Prevatt got on
things going early offensively, Walker, Joe Mullany first by a fielder's choice, -Complete Detailed Cleaning Includes---
as they scored three quick reached first on a fielder's the bases and Kilby
runs off of Tornado starting choice and Chris Bailey and score on a passed ball to ; v
pitcher, Richard Hall and Jack Chisck reached base on Liquid Chicken Stain. duo III..., Ottt Mirltr Of CrTrick LIl4q' '
held a 3-0 lead after one errors, with Chisck driving in bring the score to 122. Then Pillik Wu C.. Utt Cu Rntir Vlcfl. ..
inning. Jim Weatherford the second run of the inning Jeffrey Jockel singled in I
started the inning by singling when he reached first base. Prevatt and Jeff Norman followed FertilizerDelivered Tips Ilk DM ll 1
Then Chris Perry walked, Joe Mike Warren then walked, with another run producing Sitelal'
Hickens singled which loaded forcing in the third run and single making the Home of *8988 Paint Job.
the bases and Chester Chesire Scott Mardttini singled in score 12-4, Bishop Kenny. & Spread For You
singled but a runner was another run jacking the The Crusaders came back in Reg. *49"Mac's ; 995
forced at home for the first Crusader lead up to 40. the home half of the third and ,
out. Ivan Browning followedby I $100p 468-1985

Perry walking, putting the which first scored run on NASCAR Rank Garver Tanner rTon R & M Body Shop .
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the board. Victor Voss then 6 Tons To The Truck

singled Parsely in walked Hickens forcing and in John the NASCAR's 1977 Official the state for the Late Model W.A. Prevatt Hampton, Fla. TI, 2289 Sleepy Hollow Drive 964-8614

third run. Record Book and Press Guide Sportsman Division. I
The Tornadoes did not dent and showed
came out recently -- --

.I. the the Scoreboard third when until with the one top out of, three(Goober area) Gar\erand drivers Joe Ronald Wilson -

Kenny Aycox hit a 360-foot of Starke and Lawtey'sOral BUY ALL THE FRUIT DISHES YOUTHIS
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r with homerun no one to on right base.center This cut high in Tanner two of, ranked the state's for professional 1976 FOOD
I the West Nassau lead down to
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: However in the fifth inning the Limited Sportsman NEED WEEK
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: another run. Chris Perry placed ninth in the same 59 cDNl FAIR
doubled went to third on a

: ground Ivan Browning ball and single.Bassmasters scored. on an category.Oral Tanner claimed 14th in LAST CHANCE THIS WEEK !&

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Four Straight'-' Wins Even, Record. For BHS Netters BUS Girl Softball Team ,;, I.' :I:


Bradford High netters ran afternoon against Eastside Kenny Rodrique had a fine 8-3 matcheS. In the third contest BHS boy netters had the Tom Williams lost the fifth Stomps P.K. YoungeTwo I. '
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off with six victories and suffered High of Gainesville, win over Donald VanWie. Steve Griffis battled it out edge in Green Cove Tuesday match to Julian Priest of ,;
only one loss in the last John Samons picked up the Bradford High's Steve with Scott Felton for a close 9- with a one set 4-3 win to mike Green Cove, Preist winning 1
singles' match of the day at first win of the day with a tight Griffis and Chub Johnson won 7 win for BHS. In the number Bradford 5-5 so far this sea- eight out of twelve sets in the triples over a 220-foot come to BHS, and his girl's ,.
Pratt Street courts last Friday M win over B.J. Simpson. the third and fourth singles'On four match Chub Johnson had son. match. fence by France Coltrane led gain confidence with each '
an 8-6 victory over Daniel In the first singles match
He said they are .
Bradford softballers game. .
Moore of Eastside. John Samons went against Samons and Rodrique High girl .
mHJj,\ Robbie Pierce held the only Steve Sloan for a up 2-8 loss. teamed up against Sloan and 26.1 over P.K. Yonge in thinking of only one game at be a ,
will
that ,
AA$ ''' for Bradford, Ballinger in the first doubles Gainesville this Tuesday time In hopes they
loss of the day Kenny Rodrique had another their
match for a 3-8 loss for Brad afternoon. able to preserve un i i
losing out 0-8 to Doug fine showing with an 8-1 win
beaten status.
ford, tying up the match 3-3 Coach Greg Alvarez said "
MacKenzie. over James Ballinger, making
s, We Are Having In the first doubles' match the fourth straight win for with one match to follow. both of Coltrane's triples were here The BHS Mar"I:
teamedup l hit over the fence in the third Friday
Samons and Rodrique Rodrique this '
season.
but ruled p.m. at Westside Park agalnt i :
and Steve Griffis and Chub inning were
against Simpson Steve Griffis battled it out sort
Buchholz of Gainesville.
because of the High
VanWie for an 8-5 win for with Steve Dailye in the third Johnson came through for relatively ""
The next the
distance to the fence. game on "
A Red Pencil BHS.The second and final for singles Bradford.match with an 8-3 win match Bradford when in the they final went doubles up The girls extended their schedule is Thursday, March
24,at Westside Park. It Is also
b to Steve Dalyle and winning recored to 3-0 with a .
doubles' match went Chub Johnson vollled a against
that rained out
possible a
and Julian Priest for an 8-3 victory strategy of "taking one gameat I
Bradford with Griffis quick nine sets with David
with Eastside of
I I. Sale Johnson going up against Jenner of Green Cove losing that gave Bradford a one a time, according to Coach game Gainesville be
Eastside's MacKenzie and only one, giving Johnson an 8- match lead to take the contest Alvarez. rescheduled for may Monday or I. S'
that this is the
Felton for another 8-5 win. 1 win Jenner. 43. Alvarez said
over
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Tuesday
first year girls Softball has I
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For Third Win Over Keystone \

i I III In Stock Bradford County High lady followed 'with a fine 8-1 win :n r-
I rcher- Tanner Funeral Home netters racked up an easy 4-3 over Debbie Learn. Merri I> ;< ,i
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win over Eastside High last Ormsbee and Janice Jockel
i Friday afternoon at the Starke both had perfect 8-0 scores in I .
II IIII I 8-12-14&24 Wide 301 South of Starke Golf and Country Club. the first five singles of the ,
This was the sixth win for match. Nancy Pavne had five t ;;,
the BHS lady netters bringing wins in the last singles match ;,' k:
II MONUMENTSDoyle their record to 63. They had of the game but lost out to I 1' i,
I, John Brown their fifth win of the season Dana Self who ended up with '
over Keystone last week, eight wins out of the set.
II IIII edging over with a 3-2 lead. Janice Jockel and Judy
Mobile M.Archer Archie M, Tanner The next match is set for to- Williams teamed up for one of
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Home Center day, Thursday, March 17. the three losses of the match .
L.F.D. L.F.D. Top seeded Lynn Pierce to Susan Sutton and Debbie I't
N. Hwy 21 473-3775 Keystone won the first set with a perfect Learn with a 5-8 loss. Elise !
"Within Your Means Now, Peace of Mind Always/ 8-0 victory against Susan Johns and Jawa Godwin lost ;
The Oldest Dealer In A Tri County Area Sutton in the first round of the last doubles match 1-8 to i.i.:
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TELEGRAPH 1 iviarcn 17, .A.....

1.- ,, J.'IiRniCord PRICES GOOD THRU -4 V '
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\\IC CHRIS MARSH WED., MARCH 23rd
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,: Phone 431-1522 __ DAILY 9-9
:SUNDAY 1O-T
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Here we are with good news BAKXAMERICMU
for the first Item today. Mrs.
! Gladys Redding has receiveda P.", 1 SOME

very special honor from ITEMS
Women of the Moose. Gladyshas
her Call Letter to receive LIMITED
her Red Stole. What an ad- SUPPLY
dition for this lady's war
drobe. Congratulations on
your achievement Gladys! .r
On Saturday afternoon Paul
and Paula Bennefield held a :
Jiousewarming party In
;
:celebration of their new home.
:The Bennefields have two
::'-children Angle and Paula Jo. %tie/u 7
i"Among those celebrating with
jg&he: family were Paula's
mother and sisters. We send '
wishes for happiness and SUMMER'Sfl
success in your new home IH- CUTEX
: -
C Paul and Paula.
\ Jasper, Alabama will soon EVE
have a visitor from Raiford. POLISH
Joe Lane is going to visit his ?'
parents, Mr and Mrs. Burice DISPOSABLE !
Lane, Sr. Joe is going to help t; I REMOVER
Mary and Burice Lane put in DOUCHE
their spring garden. It's 4vt oz.PEG.OR HERBAL 6 OZ.-LIMIT TWO
that time of tJ
already
year
...again folks, and every year
/,time seems to go by faster. C
...Have a safe and happy trip I. .o''

"i.Joe.IX On. the subject of out ofowners. AT ECKERD'S YOU KNOW m LIMIT 3

( Mr. Wiley Mattox of
Champagne, Illinois is visiting
,..in sunny Florida. Wiley THE PRESCRIPTION IS RIGHT
Mattox. is visiting Brenda
'.,Cowart, Charles Mattox, and
Bonita.,his new granddaughter, Amy AND THE PRICE IS RIGHT TOO!

,' Sunday guests of Mr. and
,;1 lrs. Jack Harris were Ruby 4
Rickerson and Cheryl, Mrs.
,.Charles Cowart, Brenda
:Cowart and Miss Amy
:Cowart.
>f Mrs. Raymond (Jean)
!'Wilkerson is in a Gainesville
:'hospital for surgery this week. AMPLON
i ''Jean is one of my nicest neighbors CO PP E RTONE
and a very sweet and ECKERD HOLD PANTY HOSE
;friendly lady.Our prayers and Coppertone SUNTAN '
.wishes for a rapid recovery BUBBLING 1 BY FIANCEE 100%
.)Ire sent your usual Jean. If '; Q 4 HOUR COUGHSUPPRESSANT AMPLON NYLON IN
you are your cheerfulself LOTION ASSORTED SHADES.
in the hospital you will MILK
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the time. Hope you are back 1O CT.I .
,home soon Jean. I ADULT 2OZ. 4 #120REG.
The FSP-UCI Employee's BATH ORCHILD'S TUBE 77 7 7 .
'Club is sponsoring a Teen 99c
Cookout tomorrow. This LIMIT ONE LIMIT-TWO
shindig is for all the teens of
FSP-UCI employees. The ., IYYUM. 4
cookout will start Friday night Of
:at 7.00.and is being held at the

.functions Pistol is Range.working such The hard Employee'sClub as to make this OIL OF OLAY FEVERTHERMOMETER LADIES

possible. There are a lot of FASHIONSCARVES
LIMIT TWO
activities coming up and I will NIGHT
do my best to keep everyone ,
.posted as they come up. YOUR CHOICE OF ORAL
Last Wednesday my
mother, Matilda Johnson, and k CREAM OR RECTAL. 'I: iASSORTED SOLIDS

Reverend Walters came from .' .:jo.: AND PATTERNS
Jacksonville. After an ex- "
short hello and hug, .. : ,t!
trcmely .JJ" -
my mother's first words were Ju:2'OZ.JAR /' ''' ,(
"Where's The ?" Not L 209 LIMIT REG.
paper a 4 9C .144 J
agonies how are of you being at a! writer!- 24 OZ. .tilo:ci;,. LIMIT TWO l. ONE ," -,. "..

The weather this past Saturday '
was so beautiful, I spent LAVORIS
the afternoon planting flower
seeds and bulbs, while my MOUTHWASH
husband Jim was tilling new CLAIROL LADIES EMBROIDERED
rows in the garden. Our work !BIl
didn't exactly go to the dogs,it AND GARGLE ORAL
went to the ditches.The heavy FINAL NET Ii THONG WEDGE
ram on Sunday morning made LIMIT ONE HEELSREG.
short work of our Saturday TOOTHBRUSH
labor. Most likely the best 4L l "- INVISIBLEHAIR
time to replant is after the lV9JlsJ5A NET (THE TOOTH-GUM BRUSH) SANDALS
storm is over. That seems c
logical now doesn't it? I didn't
have the heart, and Jim
bogged to his knees upon '..... 80 C B-400RB-60
inspecting: his once orderlyrows REG. OR |129 49 LIMIT ONE ,/ /j

luck next in the Saturday garden.? Better .1..1 UNSCENTEDLIMIT TWO j 399 a

Another result! of the rain )j, "' ..4 .
has been a temperamentalphone 4.99MEN'S
; I was unable to reach J
several nice people for their
news. I would dial a number LIMIT TWO o
and wait expectantly: for a & BOY'S LOW CUT
ring or a buzz. That's alii I did- DR. SCROLL'SAIRPILLO
CLAIROL
wait, because there was
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:Magic Kingdom attractions :; $1.59 1 KS'ZE99 R EG. 9 9
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National
Honor Society,
bra KMA464' SUPER 8 MOVIE 'R'E 3'8'9 History Club, Science Club, I
EIA464 FILM ?. 3.09 Cross-Country team, and I
HI SPEED 'Track team. from 1
SUPER Away ,
REG. .
I GALAXY 3-SPEED 22"-CUT MOVIE F'G.' 3.69 1 school Nancy Is active as a i I t
$22.99 SELF-PROPELLED GASOLINE, 4.79 member of her church choir 1
the Little Women's club, andhas <
20"FAN LAWN MOWER been a Teen-Age volun-
LAWN EDGER teer at the hospital
3 S H P. BRIGGS& STRATTON (Candvstriper) the past
MOTOR.ADJUSTABLE CUTTING HT 2 H.P.BRIGGS & several years. I
REG STRATTON MOTOR. Nancy is the daughter of
I 5-blada. Easy to dean r Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R. ,
141.88 REGULAR 119.88I
safety grills. 11988 iiii Hildreth of Kingsley Lake. i
.:: Results of the state examina- '
tion will be announced in the
88 CRASS I I 88 spring.
I Don't forget all seniors can
CATCHER purchaseGrad Nite tickets for
Reg. 19- JB8S8 PRESTO $9 per person.
a 3713 Junior, seniors and
teachers all had a chance to i
PRESTO BURGER r rQ have their blood pressure
BRASS FRAMED SWIFT'SLIQUID taken Monday. March 14, by ,
WISS ANVIL HAMBURGER COOKER the local health department.
LastSaturday the BHS band I
n DOORMIRROR Broils hamburgers In 1 participated in the District I
iJ
PRUNINGSHEARS to 3 minutes Toasts Solo and Ensemble Contest in '.
888OR : muffins, heats sand Gainesville.Of these students
wiches. Cleans with a 75 percent received a superior
tR SWIFT'S damp cloth.; rating which is very
LIQUID IRON EXCEPTIONAL CUTTING EASE. honorable. These students

1.\ .. .... "i w. ,; I Sw j '* M ,, HARDENED',BLADE, #..533Sjj I y-; ltd ..19.QQ.W should worked be very proud hard of them and BHS t'
BeautIful Slutttfpcoot >. ....
1, m..al l farm tramn.Wnh tone" f10UID GALLON 6 TWO POSITION March Report 14.There cards went out

Arn clipt uiti 81' tct&...dt-.. 6 2'2 CHOICEI YOUR ) l' LATCH.HHover. WITH 2-f 88 game at will Keystone be a Saturday baseball

REG. $3.49 night 7 p.m.Please come out
REG. 87.88 REG 2 29 and support the team.
The annual Scarlet and
Grey Intersquad Track meet
was held Friday, March 11,
NONRUST ALUMINUM CAPE COD and Monday, March 14.
ALUMINUM
6 FT. On Monday the seniors were I
PLASTIC SECTIONS ARE. PROCTOR shown a film on the Bahamasfor
EASY TO JOIN.PICKET
LAWN all Bahama bound seniorsby
ALUMINUMLADDER = SILEX Mrs. Forsyth in the dining ,
room of the Branding Iron.

R EDGING h t ELECTRIC t
I 4 INCHES x 30 FT. FENCE i (

JUICER

REALISTIC. :, Turns on automatically Starke l
8 UIREG I 2 WOOD '' when fruit Is pressed to
REG 148 I 12 41 GRAINING re.mer.OlClllatlngltr.l t

$19.88 LONG IS IN.-REG.59'HIGH X 33 IN. Easy pour spout ElementarySCHOOL


NEWSA
'WITH ROLLED. BURGESS VIBROCRAFTER REG. delegation of judo players
from the Melrose Judo Club
EDGE LEGS 3 TIER METAL
I I'A IN. PLASTIC REDI-MIX HOSE ENDSPRAYER SOUTHBIND 730' 13.99 visited Starke Elementary
School. Wednesday, March 9,
CASTERS UTILITY SPINNINGCOMBO to present demonstrations In
f the art of judo. The demon- I
strations were given to the
TABLE PLASTIC HEAD SPRAYER 3rd 4th. 5th and 6th grade
WITHELECTRICAL WITH CONVENIENT ON/ P.E. Classes.. The judo
OFF VALVE..BRASS COMPLETE WITH liNE '6Vi foot fut tapir players present were: Shawn I
OUTLET NOZZLE. tubular,2-pisc fiber and Tim Stanford, Kathy
gltu rod Raal hat Breedlove Tommy Schultz, I
20 -LONG PLASTICJAR. multipla dole drag and Floyd Baker, all of
15 IN WIDE 8 11)44 9 9 Vtlttn.. Keystone Heights.The t
.30 IN HIGH 68 11III : / under the Melrose direction Judo of Club Geol'JeBass is
RUGGED
REG. 8.88 REG. 2.99 REG $13.88 past president of tU.S. '
Judo Association.P.E.
ESSRUBBERIZED Students for the week
are: Grade 3-George Ricks; '
Grade 4-Vickie Thomas;
,FIVE GALLON PORTABLE AND KEEPS' MINNOWSALIVE SHRIMP SUPER PUMP AIR _" Grade Theresa Ricks; and }
/ Grade ft Billy Tison.
DOME TOP FORHOURS1 BAIT.MAnRESS Spelling, competition: Our
18 IN. classroom: spelling
championship in Grades 5& 9
I-IGRill AERATOR 30 INCH x 72 INCH were held March: 10 and th4
GASOLINECAN INFLATABLE winners were: 'a

THREE POSITION BATTERY OPERATED RUBBERIZED GRADE
Mrs.' Adkinson
: Karla
CHROME GRILL. LIVE BAIT PUMP. CANVAS.. 73s O'Neal-champlon; Tamml"StewartRunnerup
18 INCH DIAMETER BATTERIES NOT INCL. ; :jf
REG. $9.99DRUGS Mrs. Winkler: Laura
4 McRae-Champion, Richard
REG. Braswell-Runner-up; 4
REG. REG. 299 Mrs Strong: Dorothy
444 $4.99 397 Wilkinson ,
5.69LATEX >INCHES 479 Y;:; ; Giiffis-Runner-up-Champion; JodJ.,

IN HEIGHT Mrs. Patrick: Selina;
Cassels-Champion,
:ti I:{ Renee
Wimberly-Runner-up;
c : GRADE ,II
8010CAULKING FOUR QUART HANDI1521 Mrs Baker: Susan
Alvarez-Champion, Sandra

ICE BUCKET PLUNGER 5 INCH RED ,. Boone Hamilton Mrs.-Runner-up-Reddish Champion>: TerrY.I

GUN IS STURDY STYROFOAM Daniela Rigby-Runner-up: t
NO CAULKING CUP-WOOD
Mrs.Crawford:Lori Allen-*, '
REQUIREDI! Champion. Dale Buchanan)
Runner-up; :
*t These winners will compete
? 28HAND59 in the Starke Elementary!
144 School spelling championships :
on March 17, and the

RG.1.79 I: winner competition and will runner-up participate: in that In

% the Bradford County SpelUng

?. ;%S:: 5 }}riw... ,v. 741{+4Y Championship on March 31. 4


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Bolen Hall Came to Bradford ..

Map Showing New

County in 1861 Driving Ox Cart ---.4(

n" "
Precinct Itonndtirics 1 = J

With Wife and Sixteen ChildrenMost
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l for Bradford County : ''

C
families came In the It is believed that this Bolen FLORIDA tATE1'' I ,'Jj r

"large, economy size" a hun- Hall was the great uncle of
dred years ago, when food was Lynn and Nathan Hall of
cheap, most of it grown on the Hampton, since they remem- PRISONS "' ?
farm, and the more "hands" a ber having an uncle by the EFFECTIVE ,Po "" 1

man had around the house, the same name, who lived in the MARCH, t975 1
more help he had in plantingand area east of U.S. 301 and southof
harvesting his crops. Hampton, in the vicinity of 4

Santa Fe Fire Tower Since ,,,,.,. lam. gas
Such was the case of Bolen Bolen is an unusual name, )
Hall who came here in 1861 they think it likely that the n n ra rt ; "
the first year of the Civil War from Georgia with his wife Bolen with 16 children was the -
and 16 children. ; : ,, : rccz:
driving an ox cart downeditorial father of Bolen, their uncle, : :
who had only the average .-

number of two or three off r ,, ,

springs.In $o t S ,., sit't, + shoe en

an interesting letter r '
written In 1887 to an early 21r

Starke real estate firm. .
'
; ..
0, What Is So Rare ?


Airport DevelopmentShould / A.1 The First Sign of Spring! j S' 4f

I Nothing epitomizes the first Starke, and the McLendons' y
springlike days so much as a attractive dark-eyed grand
Be Joint EffortChapter rosy-posie and a pretty little daughter Stacey.
girl. Both are combined in this

picture of a huge, saucer-size -
"rose mallow" grown by R.P. "". >f h ? CHANGES "'
McLendon his colorful
on
75-16, Section 333.03. Clay County Economic Development
grounds on SR-230 east .of Al STABKE K'r.alo
paragraph ((2) of Florida Statutes, 1975 Advisory Committee included a proposed UNTIL ,

provides that "Where an airport is industrial park at the airport in a ,

owned or controlled by a political sub- list of projects to be submitted to 'i
.
division, and any airport hazard area Tallahassee and Atlanta for approval as 1 I.uk,

appertaining to such airport is located a preliminary action to applying for

wholly or partly outside the territorial EDA and Coastal Plains funds as a

limits of said political subdivision, the means of developing the project.It C 9

political subdivison owning or control! ; n : 12

ing the airport and the political sub- is understood that the area now 3ft ." ..

division within which the airport hazard being suggested by Keystone for in-

area is located shall either: dustrial park development is that por .

tion of the airport lying near the hangar, ; tlROOKNsr
(a) by interlocal agreement, in accordance and close to improved streets and water -

with the provisions of Chapter facilities. This area lies wholly within : ,, rss

163, Florida Statutes, adopt, administerand Clay County. But that is not to say that
Gardiner & Pratt, and pub-
enforce airport zoning regulations Bradford County, in which the re- lished in an advertising book

applicable to the airport hazard area in mainder of the airport is located, has no let they distributed to pros t e?' 7A ,aYvvrOh

question; or interest in such a development.In pective buyers in other states, V
Mr. Hall attests to the health tt
(b) by ordinance or resolution duly ful climate of Bradford u
,
adopted, create a joint airport zoning fact it is important that planningand County and the productivity of -

board, which board shall have the same zoning officials in Bradford be kept the soil. The fact that he

power to adopt, administer, and enforce informed on such proposed developments reared children "behind the during the war. Listed in this TETTERSTOTHE 10
plow" and lived to count 88 unit were B.A. Hall (probably
airport zoning regulations applicable to which has not been done in the children and grandchildrenwould Bolen), J. Hall Lloyde Hall, ,./., I"
the airport hazard area in question as past by Keystone Heights officials. seem to bear out his and Wm. M Hall./ 4

that vested in subsection ((1)) in the claims.
Under the comprehensive planning law, Starke, Fla. Serving with Roll Co. A, 10th
political subdivision within which such "
mandated by the state, individual March 22d, 1887 Florida Infantry, commandedby jL
area is located. Capt. John C. Richard of '
counties must attempt to coordinate Messrs. Gardiner & Pratt Starke, were Elisha Hall, and EDITOR.. _i
Each such joint board shall have as their land use plans with contiguous Starke, Florida John Hall. <

members two representatives appointedby counties in
an attempt to provide for Gentlemen: JOE. Hall was on the
each political subdivision partici-- harmonious uses of adjoining properties.In roster of Roll company F, 4th
pating in its creation and, in addition, a fact, as specified in the law quoted You wished me to tell you Florida Infantry, of which PRINCIPAL'S; ACTION: PRIORITIES I c.,1 l I

chairman elected by a majority of the above, such dual jurisdiction is the law about my Florida experience, W.W. Matthews, of Pro- CALLED IMPETUOUSDear : AM; TK.\CIIEKS ,
and I do
now so. vidence
members so appointed. (end quote) of the state and must be complied with. lieutenant.In was second Sir Dear Sir:
I came to Starke, Bradford,

Such is the situation with the Keystone We have always felt that developmentof County, Florida in 1861 from 1899, James S. Hall Vincent On !March. Oliver 10, 1977(Billy my),son, Over the past year I have .
which is owned the Georgia In an ox Cart with my age read letters in the
Airport by the Keystone Airport to its full wife and sixteen children. I served in Company M, of the 13, was suspended from the newspaperas
City of Keystone Heights, a municipalityin 1st Florida Infantry, the unit Starke Middle School by Mr. well as regular newspaper
would be had in
potential better
achieved by my possession only fifty articles pertaining t tr the
made of the Florida Guard
but whose up Jessie J. !Moore, Jr.,
principalof
Clay County, area, exceptone dollars and
both counties working together in har- in money unit from Starke during the the school. struggle that the school
small portion, is actually located in mony, rather than each promulgating its provisions that would last us Spanish-American War teachers in Bradford County
Bradford County. own ideas with about sixty days The alleged reason for the have gone through to try to get
of the
no thought effecton
Today there are still many suspension is as follows for themselves a contract anda
the other. Now since I settled near Lake
this
is providedby Halls living in the Starke. decent raise in salary.
This week the Clay County Planning law there seems to be no other way Navarre, which was then Hampton-Theressa area of liE WAS COMBING HIS One thing that seemed to be KIM.' Set'6. April
Board Advisory Committee, and the to do it. called Little Santa Fe Pond Starke, and many of them are HAIR IN THE TOILET : mentioned a great deal were
editors note: and is now doubtless descendants' of Upon checking into the' the priorities of spending by Furl
known Lake), AdjiilmrntA
as Hampton Bolen Hall, the man with incident, I found that !Mr the School Board.
and set to work to make a
eighty-eight children and !Moore had issued a school Last July the priorities were
living out of the soil. One by grandchildren who came to policy prohibiting such activity to give the non-instructional fuel adjustment reduction t
one my children got married Bradford Febru- people and administrators a of $4.46 per I.INN( ) kilowatt
county 116 years ago +in the restroom on
I Not A Matter of ChoiceA and by raising cattle and and hogs, in an ox cart. ary IS, 1977. My son however substantial raise. Then shortly hours is expected on April electric .
and by growing corn sea when I the Florida Power
stated to me that he knew that after, expected to bills
island cotton I accumulatedall he was not to loiter or linger in read in the paper that the and Light Company announced
that I possess today. i:::;:::::::::::::;:::;::::::::: :::::::::':::::;:':':::': ':.:)c the restroom unnecessarily teachers also would receive a

I have living eighty- ::1 \ETKK: : :: for any excessive time BUT substantial "cost of living" H'L will seek Public Nor
small percentage of the county's equal in population as possible.It now :j; X.NS'AFKAIHS; gf
children and he did not know that it was raise, the priorities were vice Commission (II'SCap\ -
eight grand- *
voters will experience a small incon- children.One of daughtershas :: by44illiamS.liaas :|:: forbidden for him to comb his changed to "supplies and proval later this month for an
venience in having to drive a bit fartherto was no easy task, and the wonder is fifteen children my and two ;:: (C'ounleterans %i hair in the restroom. materials." April fuel adjustment credit of
cast their votes in upcoming electionsas that it has been done with a minimum of others have fourteen each. :::: Serv'ice Officer g When he was informed that In the end it seems as $2.24 per t Last( kilowatt hours
shifting voters from />Z* fJ he was going to be paddled for though everything in the down more than 21M< ) percent
a result of the new redistricting plan, one precinct to During the twenty-six years of
asked school syst'mlias given from the March fuel adjustment
adopted March 1, but this shifting of another, or from one commissioner district my residence I have in this had neighborhood the- Veterans living in Florida that mission reason from, he!Mr. Moore per-to priority over teachers This charge of 222.
never
precinct lines and polling places was nota to another. chills or malarial fever in who are insured under call me before being disciplined was not reasonable or fair as The announcement was
my government life insurance Permission the teachers and students are made at the opening of final
matter of choice. It was done in com- family, and my children's was
The major changes made policies issued during World denied, and he was suspendedfor what the school system is all hearings before the PSC on
pliance with Federal and State laws necessaryby families have also been entirely
War I II and the Korean Con
,
I had about. the company's full $::14')
the state and federal regulations, free from the three days. myself
same
which must be into effect three
put flict will receive $20.062,000 in
not been informed of such a If we go back to the subjectof million rate relief request
years prior to the next Federal census in were the elimination of Precinct 13-B diseases. Altogether I have dividends during 1977.. rule. priorities, I would like to l-'I'[, officials said the sharp
never paid out $25 in doctors'bills.
1980. (Graham) where some 86 voters will I can fully appreciate the suggest that since teachers reduction in the fuel adjustment
have to go to polling places in other com- The dividends are beingrid difficult situation confrontingMr. were at the bottom of the is due primarily to an increase

The underlying reason for these munities; and Precinct 15-B. where 112 I came to this state for my I to. Government holders of World Life War Insurance Moore, having been informed priority list last year they in the contribution of
should be the of the list
conditions of the at top economical nuclear to
health I had of the power
be shifted other supposing con-
voters will likewise to USGLI, World War
in boundarieswas
changes voting precinct
.
for next t FPL's
sumption. I have entirely regained restrooms at Bradford Middle year system generation
a Federal requirement placed on the precincts. The county will now have 15 my health and I have II National Service Life In- School by my children. during February, the month
and : A. Young
NSLI
( ) policies Margaret; (
counties to adopt clearly recognizable voting precincts instead of the former not taken a dose of medicine surance Veterans Special Life In- HOWEVER, I cannot under 9m:) N. Oak Street used to calculate the April

boundaries for such precincts 17. during twenty years. I have surance (VSLI) policies.The stand his reasoning con Starke,.Fla, ,adjustment.
lost only four out of my entire cerning the combing of hair. "We had been estimating
boundaries that could be
physically seen There is tendency the of family of eighty-eight and. record $$403 million in Mr. Tom Casey County for several months that the
a on part
by census takers, such as roads and these met their deaths from total 1977 dividend payments School Superintendent was addition of the new St. Lucte
highways, streams, lakes, and railroads.It residents to resist changes in precinct accldentalcauses. is attributed chiefly to higher. kind enough to grant me an I fully intend to support our nuclear plant to our system
eliminated the use of section lines as lines or commissioner district lines, interest earnings on the VA interview on !March 11,1977. at schools but I will not sit idly would provide an average
boundaries, except in extreme cases where they have been used to certain We now have twentythreefarms administered insurance 1:15: p.m., at which time Mr. by while my child is unjustly annualized monthly fuel
where could be boundaries for many years in some and orange groves, and funds. Casey stated to me that he disciplined by anyone., credit of $2.01 per I.IXK) kilowatt
no physical boundary over l.ouo) head of cattle. We questioned that rule some- hours on residentialbills
found. cases. However, we are living in a periodof raise our own hog meat and The national average what when Mr. !Moore madeit I honorably request of !Mr. ," said an FPL spokes.

change when there are many new chickens, and frequently sell a dividend being paid to 114,452: but that Mr. !Moore felt it Moore be and reinstated Mr. Casey to Bradford that mv \\earepleasedthatthe

Jn order to change these boundarylines state and federal mandates that must be quantity of both. We also raise World War I veterans ith necessary so he concurred son!Middle School, with all new plant and its economical
alter complied with. The changes made effective our own sugar and syrup besides participating policies is $202. and. since he had agreed( to it, removed from his'' nuclear fuel will provide a
it
to
was necessary some pre- sweet potatoes Some 3.5 million World War I 11 I he had to support :Mr Moore suspension savings for our customers in
March 1 in that school record and that he be
cinct lines to comply with the new were category. vegetables of all kinds, as wellas veterans will receive divi My son is now bitter towarda allowed to make the lost April of an even greater
criteria, and the changing of precinct peaches, plums and many dends averaging 101. Korean school that he once liked and while up amount."
lines necessarily led to the changing of It is hoped that no one will be incon- other kinds of fruit that excepting Conflict veterans with current boasted about. Hopefully Mr. time unjustly suspen-

Commissioner districts venienced too greatly by the changes, apples, can be raised policies total 554382. Their Moore will have justifiable ded.Also
some County elsewhere.Our average dividend is $22. reason the next time he sees I make a public request I also wish to urgently ask
since all voting precincts must lie en- and that those who feel they are "im- USGLI fit to discipline a child. that Mr. :Moore and :Mr Casey the parents of school-age

tirely within one commissioner district posed upon" will bear in mind that this groves set out nine or The average the 9.199 insured As a direct result of this unreasonable take immediate action to see children to become involved in
for
and cannot overlap. All this must be was not a voluntary action by county ten years since, are beginningto World dividend War I veterans living in rule of not com- that this id: done.Furthermore. the affairs of our schools, with

done, bearing in mind that the law also officials. They had a deadline to meet, pay from $100 to $500 per Florida is $217. World War II bing the hair in the toilet, a I feel that Mr. the hope that matters such as
the best of their year so that with what we receive in Florida bitterness is created in my Billy this not arise.
keeping commissioner dis- and they met it to NSLI policyholders Moore owes an apologyfor
required for the surplus of our total 161.883. They will receive child. !My wife, children and I, the unjust hastiness with I also wish to impress on
tricts, as well as voting precincts, as ability.iitiliijiiipl1. crops we are now able to save dividends averaging $109. feel that it is an impetuousrule which he acted and the insinuations everyone ho reads this, that

considerable money yearly. There are 18.570 VSLI policy and completely unneces- placed upon Billy Billy did nothing other than
comb his hair
I am, holders in Florida. Their sary for reasons stated to me by his (:Mr. Moore's) actions. in the bathroomof
respectfully. the school. "
average dividend is $21: by Mr. Casey. I am sincerely wishing that
RID BOLEN HALL I certainly do not feel that this matter can be solved According to Mr. Moore
Veterans expecting checks my son's request was un- locally. But if no satisfactionis himself. Billy was not disrespectful -
The name of Hall figured need not contact the V A, reasonable, since it was not to received soon, it leaves me to him or the
prominently on the company dividends will be paid automatically refuse discipline, but to only no alternative but to seek teacher who sent him to the
q4 rosters of Civil War militia on anniversarydates consult with me as he felt he judgment from higher office, !Mrs Walckup reported
units drawing men from this of the policies. did not deserve the punish- authority, which I most certainly this to !Mr. !Moore, I would like
area. to ask !Mrs.
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER Dividends vary dependingon ment. hope does not have to she got her Walckup where
of I believeMr. information. If It
plan of policy, amount just as strongly occur.
Publishers Four Halls are listed in the age of the insured Moore acted very hastily t was from another student, or

Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at blarkx Ta. under publication" "Soldiers of coverage and age of the policy. and unwisely in his decision to Anyone wishing to supportme if she observed Billy combing
Florida, as in his hair in the
serving Roll immediately suspend Billy for In the belief that the toilet.
March 3. 1879
Actof Sub8Cripton| rate? trade eras: $7 per year: $4 mix months. Company H, 2nd Florida this Infraction. What was so parents should be contacted
Outside trade area: $8 per year. M.50 six months. Cavalry, under the commandof J 1'1/1 urgent about, that one day before action of this nature is RespectfullyWilliam
964-6305 Starke, Aa..I. the colorful Capt. J.H. could not go by while the Implemented, please contactme W. Oliver
Phone r Dickinson, whose "raiders"were In Yorkshire, nettle Usves matter was discussed by at 710( Alton road, Starke, 710 Alton Road
very active In this area are used exorcise the devil. myself and him? Florida 32091. Starke Fla.




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.r"-- 17.1977 TELEGRAPII raKe AHAMPTON

-F+FIwh' + t
:::: ::::::;:::::;: AREA NEWS Senator Stone ;
/! :t-SX-fftt::: ::: Community News t >,.

SCHOOL,NEWS BV Delores Meng t ; Returns His !
PTA Phone' 468-1911 Senior Citizens a

by Elizabeth Given Walker Pay Raise i!
The Kfsysisgifffssfff :K.$*,*
Hampton Elementary Cemetery AssociationTo The Hampton Senior vhir Phone 964-6683 '
PTA met the evening of Citizens plan a covered dish
Meet!March 21 NAACP NEWS Prayer Band Meeting. 1
March 14 in the school library supper on Friday March 18, dinners. Sunday is Pastoral Thursday night Prayer WASHINGTON,. D.C. -
with President Don Roberts The Santa Fe Cemetery at 6 p.m. In the city hall. Bradford County Branch Day. Sunday School 9:30 Meeting. Friday night Bible Sen. Richard (Dick) Stone has .

presiding.The Association will hold an im- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kerrigan ) NAACP will hold its regular Morning Worship 11 a.m. Study. Sunday 5:30: HYPU. announced he will return to
PTA was shown the Hampton meeting in the from Starke plan to be on handto monthly meeting March 21 at Sunday 3 p.m. the pastor and the U.S. Treasury every

.geodesic dome which had City. Hall on March give information on a \. .1. 8 p.m. at New Hope Mis- congregation will be in chargeof Pleasant Grove and Mt. month his share of the recent
been funded from Carnival re-' '24 al-7 p.m.- recent ml.'tt1ngattended for -- sionary Baptist Church. All" service in St. Morlah United Church Parish, federal pay raise. The in-

ceipts and recently assembled All citizens concerned with the benefit of Senior Citizens. Vivian Covington interested citizens and the Tabernacle Augustine at Rev. Willie Stitt pastor. crease which amount to .1
by Wiley Sweat and now inplace future plans for this cemeteryare The group also hopes to have GraduatesMs. members are invited to Church Baptist Every first and second $1,073 month went into effect I I

and enjoyed by those urged to attend this special entertainment at this attend. Business of vital im Greater Allen Monday night Young Adult for Members of Congress on i
participating in the physical meeting when an attorney will meeting. Vivian Elaine portance. Chapel Choir rehearsal 730.: Tuesday March I, ,
education program at the be present for advice and con- Covington, daughter of Mr. A.M.E. Church Rev. R.G. Young Junior Choir rehearsal.
school. sultation. Friendship Church and Mrs.. Mose Covington of GIRL SCOUT COOKIESThe Heastie, pastor. Each Wednesday night Prayer "I am returning the In- i

Connie Clark school Blood Drive Sets GetTogetherSenior Starke, is a recent graduate; of Girl Scouts delivering Tuesday Prayer Meeting and Meeting. Thursday night crease in my paycheck to the !'
are busy
principal, stated that it was Set TuesdayThe Adults (60 and over) Southeastern Academy m cookies. All Class meeting. Easter rehearsal Bible Study 7 p.m Sunday Treasury because it's just not j I
customers -
each Wednesday 4:30.: ( I
his hope that better Orlando. right for Congressmen to give
of School
use the 10 am. Lovefeast 3
are asked to
invited in
mobile unit of the are to participate an cooperatewith Sunday School 10 a.m {
school themselves an immediate
grounds would be Vivian successfully com the Scouts p.m. pay i ,
Gainesville Interdenominational together on
Civitan get accepting Morning 11 "
Regional Worship a.m.
raise
made. Clay has said Sen. Stone
recently been the 1st and 3rd pleted a specialized course in the orders. This is
Blood Center will conduct the on activity to Choir Union In Macclenny at 3 "Between the time
the a hike
spread over boll
diamondarea Mt. Morlah pay
second drive at the Starke Thursday mornings from 10 Airline-Travel Career support a worthy cause. United "
is
and approved and the time it I'
p.m.All Methodist
community Chamber of Commerce a.m. until noon. Training. Vivian graduated members are asked to Church Weekly
Carnation
takes
effect I
members Club voters should
are free to utilize Buses will be available for- from Bradford High School in activity: Tuesday night
building March with the y
Women'sDay""activity
on 22 from 10 ToMeet cooperate have
the playground facilities.Mr. MondayThe Prayer a chance to show what ; C
Meeting
7:30.
Starke. :
a.m. until 4 those requiring transportationand that will
that Roberts handball expressed hope Local citizens p.m.will have the free lunches will be Carnation Social and terminate April 24. Plans are Wednesday night Choir rehearsal they federal think election.in an" intervening l \:.

a court would opportunity of donating blood served. Arts and crafts are Vehicles Saving Club will meet Monday in the making for the activity. 7:30. Sunday School. ,
be Crash
soon constructed with to be credited to a designated planned to make life more in- night March 21, at the home God's Miracle' & 9:30: a.m. Morning Worship 11 The last time Congress I
available
PTA funds and person or for future credit, teresting for these deserving of Mrs. Glennie Solmon, 1210 Deliverance Outreach For All a.m. The United Methodist voted itself a raise was in 1975. '
plans to. examine costs of this people. This promises to be an At IntersectionA N. Keller Street. All membersare People Church of God & Women will meet 4 o.m. Sen. Stone sent a personal l'M1i' \ I

project.Members Council AuthorizesUse especially helpful program for asked to be present Holiness. Inc, Elder check to the Treasury each i
also discussed of Ball Field those who are lonely or have minor two-car accident at CHURCH NEWS Singleton pastor. Sunday Mt. Pisgah' A.M.E: Church month for $175 the amount of I i

building benches for use The Hampton City Council difficulty in finding the intersection of US 301 and School 10 a.m. Morning Rev. Leroy Young, pastor. that pay increase, until early 1,1.
around the playground area. agreed to authorize use of the transportation. Those interested SR 100 Thursday March 10. Antioch Missionary Baptist Worship 11 a.m. Evening Choir rehearsal Wednesday 1977 when the representatives ,
Mrs. Carole Shields recreational area for a local in joining with this left neither auto with serious Church Rev. Dennis Strong, Worship 7:30: p.m Weekly night 730.: Sunday School 10 elected in 1976 took office. I ;

volunteered to pursue this youth Little League ball team. "Jolly 60's" group may call damage. pastor. Thursday activities: Monday night 7:30: a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Now Sen. Stone will send a ",.
matter. Hank LoU volunteered to Dan Criswell at 473-3598 or According to the Starke Prayer Meeting. Sunday monthly check to the !
The PTA voted to appropriate assist in management of this 473-2713 for more information. pollee accident report, Har- School 10 a.m. Sunday night 8 Treasury for $1.075. i
funds to sponsor\ a trip program. vey Chadwick Edwards of p.m. there will be a Singing Preview of Events /' f

to Disney World for the sixth The contract for trash and Hall's Celebrate Starke had stopped for a Program featuring the Gospel i The Treasury calls the .
grade class. This will include garbage pickup was awardedto 52ml:! Anniversary caution light at the intersection Stars of Jacksonville The money a "Gift to the United : "

payment of gas and fees of the Jasper Byrd as in the previous Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall when his 1969 Mercedes public Is Invited to hear this For States" and deposits it in the
[axis driver and will probably year for the amount of celebrated their 52nd wedding was struck from behind by a great singing group. Bradford Fair General Fund which is used f

take place in April. $270 monthly. anniversary with their Toyota The Mercedes .sustained Church of.God In..Christ.. to meet the day to day expen-

Mr. Roberts appointed the Stray dogs and cats still favorite food at Morrison's in $150 in damages and Pine Street. Tuesday night 7 ses of government, from

following to serve on the remain an unsolved problemin Gainesville on March 14. We the Toyota driven by Michael p.m. Bible Study.Friday night This Advance: tickets are now on education to defense.. .
Bradford
Nominating Committee to the area with some con- hope they have many more Thorton Odom received $300 7:30: Pastoral Teaching. year's sale at the Bradford County' I
present a slate of officers at sideration being given to happy together! in damages. Sunday School 9:30: a.m., County Fair will be much Chamber of Commerce and at The 1977 salary increase
the May 9 meeting: Mrs. Ruth accept the services of a local 1 years Odom was charged by Morning Worship 11 a.m. improved in many ways over the various public schools. was recommended by a

Hiddick, Mrs Margaret veterinarian in disposing of Personals Starke Police with following Mission Service with Sister last year's, and will feature Prices are 5 tickets for $1; at, Presidential commission that
Wadsworth and Mrs. Dolores these animals rather than too closely Evelyn Taylor in charge. exhibits never before enteredin the fair tickets will be 50 cents meets every four years to de- j

:Meng. build the dog pound as discussed Charles Prevatt flew in to Elder D.R. Williams pastor.Philadelphia previous fairs. per ride > termine federal pay levels ,)
Mrs. Jean Clark announcedthat in the Gainesville on March 12 to Baptist Show that are comparable to

the primary grades planto meeting.An preceding spend the weekend with his Restriction Off Church. Rev Willie capacity has arena been doubled seating to Hazel Paulk salaries in private industry. {f,
present a Spring Musical mother Mrs. Clifton Prevatt, Service The pay hikes suggested by
agreement was made by Mayberry pastor. seat 500 and the parking area
program at the May 9 the Council to open one blockof and sister Marcelline Early Advertising activities: Sunday School 10 has been expanded and givena the commission amounting to

meeting,_.____ .. Plum Street at the request Campbell, and children, Candidates .-.-. a.m--Morning Worship Com- t ird- ttmestone base. In Attends County 22 to 40 percent increases for
-Mrs Shields' sixth Charlene; Marlene and Iii Cabinet members, congressmen -
grade of Mayor Arthur Bruno who munion Service 11 a.m. addition faulty sewer lines
class won the $10 award for owns adjoining property, al- Randy He returned to New Evening Worship 4 p.m. have been replaced so that ConferenceBradford federal judges and top- I
best representation of parents though action was delayed to York late on Sunday. Candidates for all public The First Born Church of restrooms will be able to level civil service employees
at this Mr and Mrs. D.W. Roberts offices in Florida have been The were submitted by former
meeting. install culvert. in the area. Living God, Elder S.V. handle peak loads on crowded County
visited relatives in given the green light by the Cohens, pastor. Deaconess evenings. President Ford on Jan. 17. ,
Alexandria, Ala from March Commissioner Hazel Paulk Salaries for members of Con-
State Supreme Court to start Zephaniah L. Strong, :
Hickory Farms and returned from after
10 13. Their children Tampa from
rose $44,600
their gress to
MIKE MITCHELLVAR advertising campaignsany reporter. Tuesday night 7:45:
Tupperware. will both have attending the annual mid-year
Deborah, Darla, Donnie and time they wish.In Service. $57.500 a year.Congress .
Prayer Friday night
David booth space this year, for the convention of the State
enjoyed skating and had the power to
7:45: Tarrying Service. Sunday'School
HEYL LINCOLN MERCURY INC. first time ever. Two local Association of County-
sightseeing with their cousins. a 6-0 opinion the court 10:30: ,a.m.Morning reject the pay increase beforeit
businesses will have booths. Commissioners fired
2201 N. Main St: Gainesville Fla. The scenery was lovely all ruled that the section of Worship, Home Mission 6 p.m. up with took effect automatically :30
Things By Hand, a local craft putting new information to
along the way as it is in this the Florida elections law for- Y.P.Y.W. and-or exchange days laters, but chose to accept J
shop, and Gatorland CB. Club. work in Bradford County.
area now. it in silence Sen. Stonejoined
bidding advertising expenditures service with Gainesville
R
11II I UolJ.A! There will be a glass blower 1
Mrs. Kay Carbone left for with Sen. Allen in
until after a candidate Church. Visitors are always Mrs. Paulk said after the an
372-4251 1 nrmCT 372-4251 her home in Newark, N.J. on qualified for the office was un welcome. and a fudge candy maker as in four days of discussion and a attempt to force the Senate to :

March 15 after an extended constitutional. The advertising Ebenezer Baptist Church the past fairs. question and answer period vote on the issue but their :
'
visit with her mother, Mrs. restriction is "a res- Rev. L.R. Davis pastor The fair will open at 11 a.m. she came away more effort failed. :1 I
"More Cars For More People
T.F. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Sen. Stone also has introduced
Service activities follows informed and well -
traint of free speech and a as : Wednesday. March 30, with pleased
Than Frank Brown and family of restriction on the quantity of a Tuesday night Bible Study ribbon cutting ceremonies and with the actions that the SACC in the Senate a bill j
Anyone Else"n Orange. Park visited their candidate's communication 71308:30.Thursday: ( night will get Tight Into the Rural- took on the various issues.A and a similar Constitutional
mother Mrs. Brown and amendment that would
and diversity of political Prayer Meeting 7:30-8:30.: : Urban Day chicken dinner pro-
speech contrary to the dictates Sunday School 10 a.m., sponsored by the Starke member of the hibit Congressional pay raises
agriculture committee Mrs. from taking effect until after
of the U.S. Supreme Morning Worship 11 a.m. Rotary Club. I
Paulk of the items. .an intervening'federal elec.
B.T.U.. .5 said some
Court. the opinion said. p.m. Evening It
Worship 6 p.m. The annual steer show will "discussed by that committeewere tion. :, '

New Bethel Baptist take place Friday, April 1, : water control and

sister on March 12. Church Rev. L.R. Davis, followed by the steer sale management; labor and

Condolences go to the Paul pastor Prayer Meeting and April 2. management control on state Mizell AIlwillle'
-,1,' Special! Meece family who attended Bible Class Wednesday night and national level; control of
The beef cattle show will be
fire ants and mole crickets
7:30. School ; To Nnliollul till
the' funeral of Paul's mother, : Sunday 10 a.m. I.
Mrs. Jesse L. Meece, on will conclude services for the 7:30: along. Wednesday March multiple use of tax revenueson
30, with the beef dairy state owned lands
VEGETABLE March 8 in Stewart Miss. ; !M day.Free Canaan True ChurchIn show. A swine show will beginat problems of Florida cattle- ,

Mr..and Mrs..Roger Rich are Unity Elder Sampson 4 p.m, Thursday, followed men and programs set up in
White ..by.a.lYl.e..sale/; .. at 7 p.m. advance to take care of CHICAGO 111. Kwom I
:
enjoying the two week visit ofArleen's pastor. 'TuesdayrnightPrayer '
ANNUALPLANTS disaster such I Bud) Mizell Jr.. presidentof
cases as
sister and brother-in- Meeting 7:30.: Wednes-
will be Senior
Wednesday Guaranty Federal :Sa\;
freezes droughts etc. ings!!
,
law, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur day night Tarrying Service all .
Citizens Day allowing and Loan Association. (Jiiincs-
S: : In 6 Plant Trays2fific Boufford from Keene, N.H. 7:30.: Friday night Bible Study senior citizens into the fair commissioner Mrs. Paulk from the Bradford only ville. has been appointed( to t

The Boufford's appreciate our 7:30.: Sunday School 10) a.m., free of charge. the 1977 Management Committee .
:
"( County to attend the convention 1
lovely weather and spring- Morning Worship 11 a.m.,
of the
A. -.a.1 '.'; time scenery as well as the Evening Worship 7:30.: The reigning Miss America. said regular sessions con-._ League of Saving I'mtcd Associa Stales
Starke Country Club Golf Visitors are always welcome. Miss Dorothy Kathleen sisted of: lions
Labor relations and
Greater Bethlehem nego-
Course. Benham of Edina. Minn., will
CONTAINER GROWN LUNCH MENU Freewill Baptist Church Rev be at the Fairgrounds in tiations panel discussion discussion; the an The appointment was announced I

MARCH:! -25 Jasper Williams pastor. Thursday, the second day fo State depth Association of by by John A. Iljirdm.,
County
CITRUS TREES Service activity as follows: the fair from 2 to 4 p.m. and (resident of the League
Favorite MENUS Engineers and Road
Varieties PLANNED BY Easter rehearsal began again from 7 to 9 p.m I Hiirdin is also president of I ho I
Fresh Stock THE FIFTH GRADE. Monday night. March 14. Superintendents about First Federal
Savings und
ORANGE MONDAY Bologna cup potato Tuesday night Prayer Persons who wish to enter returning the roads back to Loan Association of Hmk Hill.
SAVE
GRAPEFRUIT $ 9 9 NOW! salad' Cneltth ...... paactiat. IIarail, Meeting. Wednesday night crafts such as macrame or the counties and tax revenues South Carolina.
counties receive if the
might
SATSUMA 6 milk.TUESDAY Tacas.Go" Senior Choir rehearsal. needlepoint, or articles suchas
"* Iliad
Each .bvrttrad corn, doughnut, milk.WEDNCSOAY Thursday night Easter rehearsal cakes and cookies for governor adds new taxes to The U.S. !League is ho
LIME -(arboquad. chlckan at 6 p.m. along with judging should bring the his program; a SACC legisl principal trade organr/ation
KUMQUAT CYPRESS potato Salad. ....".*. hot roll. milk. the Junior Ushers Board. article to the respective booth ative program for 1977; a for the savings and !nun
$199 THURSDAY Boat roar Haw discussion of the full financial
French graon .bun, poor hall Mftculf Friday the Senior Usher'Board Monday, March 28, from 1 disclosure law and discussionof business and represents! over
I milk will sell dinners from pm. to 6 p.m. or Tuesdayfrom 4.JH( > associations throuiilmul
SPECIAL DISCOUNT! MULCH FRIDAY' -Tuna.">.,.d.cabbage. the kitchen. Saturday the 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. the Florida government in. the country. Savings and loan
Cirrot raisin flaw, groan lima potato the Sunshine Law.
Junior Ushers
will sell associations( are the second
3 Cu. Ft. Reg '2'* cDips* lemon phiL milk. largest type of financial ins-

GARDEN TOOL SALE titution in America that

ORTHO KLOA-74 UI.ACTUAL USE REPORT specialize savings accounts in attracting for investment i

CHLORDANESHOVELS SHARING primarily in mortgageloans

on residential property
GENERAL REVENUE SHARING PHOV'DES FEDERAL FUNDS DIRECTLY TO LOCAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTS. YOUR GOVERNMENT MUST PUBLISH
PRUNERS SAWS THIS REPORT ADVISING YOU HOW THESE FUNDS HAVE BEEN USED OR OBLIGATED DURING THE YEAR FROM JULY 1. 1976. THRU DECEMBER 31. Last savings
SPRAY year.
$ 1978! THIS IS TO INFORM YOU OF YOUR GOVERNMENT/ PRIORITIES AND TO ENCOURAGE YOUR PARTICIPATION IN DECISIONS ON HOW FUTURE associations
.RAKES a49 FUNDS SHOULD BE SPENT! :NOTE:-ANY COMPLAINTS OF DISCRIMINATION' I*TNa41aa OF THESE FUND MAY Bl SENT! TO THE! OFFICE! Of provided approximately -
Pint Reg '6rf T" flEYINUI SHARING WASHINGTON D.C. 20225.ACTU.SL twice the amount t
of funds for home
ALL TOOLS YJlI EIIPEOOOITUR: ((1..lvd. OtJlog.loon.) THE GOVERNMENT financing as all other mortgage lenders
( IOPERA ING1 01' BRADFORD COUNT" l
BUY NOW & SAVE $2250 IACATECiORIES) (CAPITAL) PIAJNTFNANCE combined.
Gallon Reg. '29' t'u recelwd General! Ruo Snaring
I PUB IC SAFETY E 9i3.340a .
S $ a paymenbtotaling Social'SecurityKejtresentatire i

ENVIRONMENTAL during the period, from July 1 1. 19/11111ru December 31. 197'J
PROTECTION S $ HereOn {
ALL-PELLETIZED LINE WE RENTSPREADERS PUBLIC ./ ACCOUNT N0 10 1 004 00.1

TRANSPORTATION S 5 '
BRADFORD COUNT Monday

IS i of Super Plant Foods 4 HEALTH S S CHRN BO OF COMM
'
or NJR 8I Local recipients of social

from the makers ofGROTONE Give order us your RECREATION S S 5,121 STARKE FLOP to A 33031 security that benefits representative are reminded '

now 6 LIBRARIES service for Starke has been
9.7-7 PELLETS forSPREADING I S 5r recently reduced from twice a

sOCiAl' SERVICES' 'cI week to Monday service only.
FERTILIZE P'=tarp roll ALSO On poop S S 3 64S

SOib.59s SERVICE FINANCIAL I During the past week the
: .
'
ADMINISTRATION $ - Telegraph has received

a .MULTIPURPOSE. AND numerous calls requesting In-
FPC carry**b* r. double duly GENIRAI. GOVT. :, :.: .: formation on the hours of
ample!*prIlrltSffd ,
I.,*ol pl.ntoad\ r Gro-Tone Weed & Feed ((01) TRUST fUND REPORT Iret.r 10 Instruction 01) operation under the new ser-
let EDUCATION
..lh ....N.wm.p.allormb.la ,. Baancc as 01 Jun. 30, 1111. 9 2s.-; 1 674 vice schedule.
\ Ofr/ae c..... lioo J, M SAVE 50' ,.
Flottdatotl
G...'Yew town. I Bolonctd lone Unt'''9 p.ll.lit.d M O "nm'hta II SOCIAL 'ti:. :, tj:.. xt. ;bq'7a,,: 2. R.vnus from Shsrlng July 1, 19761hna Funds'OEVEIOPA'Nr December 31. 1916 Sla 9s. s340Aecdved Checking with the District
Social office
$ : Security in
and .bobncd plant rood for SI Avqul.n. ondtrnl'Dttit f O
plant
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Reg. 7" [ECONOMIC)IVI O.'I..T.. S ..::..:.;t.f:.::.: :...,:..?...:;..:.Cn7dQJ.: : h.: 4. Fonda Rot..ed from ObllgetloM' (II' ANY) I Starke at the Civil Defense

About Pests or Lawns -,- : .. :. "'<" 6. Sum 0IIn... 1. 2. 3. 4 S 364.CI-w Building on US 301 north be-
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$ : .. Funds Ratunad 10 ORS (IF' ANY) SL tion and Bradford County
Shrubs or Gardening. Call Us
Told' Funds AVULDIe ._364,g25J5 Fairgrounds on Mondaysfrom
i LOST FOR FREE.P.ROFESSIONAL ADVICE TouLS___ ...,. S 4 S .. 9,45 to 11:30: a.m.
ST 0.Totir'AdlduntEkp.nd i dEl

( CERTIFICATION-I NUNpI3CRIMINATIONREOuIHEMENTsHAVEBEENMET eahly that I am m. cni.e and, (Sum 01 IIn. 1 S. COlumn B and COlumn C) s178,2Owinnep a- A representative the

ONTaOL NURSERY & GARDEN CENTER haw not ettoN..nhh.m.nlfunds ban us.d in viol.bon o.Itn repon.dh.rwnuriihlhatth.y/ yM plbnW op.nddur.I 9 .Ianc aol0ecemt r31 1978 t 86.626_'Gainesville may call collect office said for service clients

m.nrt ( cUOn 103)) or IM ma Inp l proM6itlon IS.caon If I THE NEWS MEDIA HAVe BEEN ADVISED THAT A COMPLETE COPY OF THIS concerning benefits, medicare \
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r I Major Problem In Bradford SchoolsVandalism

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I

in Bradford Illegal activities stop, all boys
r County schools has become a have been informed (via two
1 1 major problem to school intercom announcements)
administrators requiring the that they are to enter the
(Ii, high school to check the bathrooms toilets to take care of their ; ,
I every 30 minutes and toilet needs only, and leave i 74.1
I the middle school to set policy Immediately. They are not to t
in an effort to discourage be found lingering to talk, waiton
I vandalism. a friend,or even comb their I
During the first two hair," stated the letter. II
advisory meetings held at the The BMS policy states any- tL I
high school discussion was led one in violation will either be J 6dPw Ii k.
by principal C.C. Anderson paddled or suspended from 1 J
i and assistant principal school. X 'l i
Charles Hall informing the That new BMS policy is r
parents present about the currently up for a test case *
; vandalism in the bathrooms after !Moore suspended, on } a xtt'f : J
i and trash thrown down on the March 11, eighth grader Billy 1 I Ii
grounds during the lunch Oliver for three days for
period. combing his hair in the rest-
I >4r st
Anderson said both the boys room.
: and girls restrooms suffer Billy's parents, Mr. and
'I/ some of the abuses sinks Mrs.William Oliver of Starke,
t : pulled from the walls, doors have been to see Moore and
torn off the stalls, mirrors Superintendent of Schools
.r shattered ceiling tile out and Tom Casey and have sent a r k
r .'I the impossibility of keeping letter to Ralph Turlington,
t tissue, paper towels and soap head of the State Departmentof

.. in them. Anderson told the Education. i t'----\J.,. -- ...___
parents the girls bathroom The Olivers say they are in ; : f 4Qlt! At nnevr. n.
I walls were covered with agreement with the middle ,raj( ..r"-': i

graffitti, including a liberal school policy and see the needto Examining area of removed ceiling tiles In the bath Eleventh
. Custodian Delbert Green points to spot where a sink has been / roomsat grade student Freida Holmes looks over the writing
I words.sprinkling of four letter other discourage illegal vandalism activities, and but pulled from the wall in the boy's bathroom at Bradford High Bradford IlIgh is custodian Delbert irern. in the girl's bathroom at Bradford High School
I School. Water to the remaining sinks has been turned off due to
Jesse J. Moore, principal at believe suspension for three busted pipes.infraction .
Bradford Middle School, in an days for combing hair in the
; effort to control vandalism bathroom unjustified. Oliver in effect until July 1 when Vandalism in schools has Register said vandalism is where they were being broken
I and smoking, both regular said in his talks with his son legislative mandate says occurred in the past accordingto mostly confined to school almost( as fast as replaced.
and marijuana cigarettes, and administrators Billy was and told he was When contacted Casey said counties will set standardswith Lennard Register, director holiday breaks, especially the School authorities say sinks
. I issued a letter February 15 not involved in any other going to be paddled, and whenhe he had talked the policy over input through school of operations for the county Christmas break, Broken are pulled from the wall often
informing parents of the new activity and was not asked for permission to call prior to Moore sending the advisory committees. The school system. About five glass is prevalent to gain because people use them as a
school policy disrespectful.Oliver his father, Oliver says per- letters out and considered "it first two such opportunitiesfor years ago the middle schoolwas access to school, indicating place to sit, many gathering in
"To insure that no further said Billy 13, was mission was denied and Billy very reasonable." Current parents and citizens to broken into and wreckedand thieves are looking for small the bathrooms to eat their
destruction occurs, and the taken to the office for the was suspended for three days. school discipline policy will be have such input have had poor RJE had many windows items such as typewriters, lunch and throw the trash and
turnouts at area schools. broken. tape recorders, and audio lunch remains in the toilet.In .
visual equipment to steal and addition to the bath-
often taking food items, said rooms, lunch trash is
Register. scattered on the grounds
Records are not kept for around A-building. Andersonsaid
each school or separate tallies he had a rap session with
for what is spent to repair 50-60 students last week about
TO& yl vandalism or regular repairs, the trash and assured them he
but Register estimated a would place four additionalcans
; : dozen or more locks are on both the east and west
I replaced each year at a cost of side of the building and asked
aring. $40 to $65 each.Heplacing for their cooperation with
i fixtures in bath- trash and noise disturbing
rooms at BUS reached a point classes in session.


, I ttft family centers- I VALUES Walkathon Saturday:


: b LLlllZ!' (
LLG.LI'LLL; :( : Starke Fla
301 s. l PIt Will Raise Funds


I SHREDDED LADIES For March of Dimes


i TERRY CLOTHTRAINING Reg' 66. FOAM BIKINI PANTS

I ) Starke Civitans are lookingfor entire 10-mile circuit, his or
I volunteers to walk in the her sponsor would give $1.
annual Walk-A-Thon the clubis Registration begins at noon
i PANTS 2/9 2/$1 00 Reg. 66' 33C sponsoring this Saturday, Saturday at the Bradford
March 19, for the March of County Courthouse. The trek
Dimes. begins at one p.m. The course
Anyone may walk the 10- stretches west behind the
mile course for the March of courthouse, turns south on
i Dimes, according to project Orange Street behind the High
coordinator John Miller. All School the heads west again
SPECIALSPECIALSPECIALPint that is required is determination down Pratt Street and SR-100.
,sponsors, and a good pair From there it turns down
of walking shoes. Miller said Edwards Road toward US301and
that he expects as many as 200 Walnut Street. The last
and QuartCANNING people to show up for the walk. spur runs south on SK-100,
J Local notables expected to then north on Colley Road to
beat the shoe leather this Call Street. From Call Street
the walkers turn north on
Saturday are Sheriff Dolph
Reddish. County Walnut and end up at the
JARS Commissioner Maxie Carter, courthouse and somethingcool
Police Chief Jimmy Bown I for burning feet.
V Bradford County March of Miller said the Starke Police
I Dimes chairman Jess Department will provide a
I Wolbert, and members of the patrol car and officer to keepan
II4 Civitan: Club. The Civinettes eye out along the course
::1 andTrackettes from Bradford and a nurse will be on hand to
I4 $127 High should be out in force provide first aid to those with
too. the more serious blisters.
8 PackDon't
j Also, members of the Gator
In order to participate, CB Club will be at checkpointsfor
persons should pick up a communications. The
1 sponsor form at the Bradford Uurich Club will provide
Get Short Of Jars This Season
Caught County Telegraph office of refreshments along the way.
Koch's Drugs, and then go out When walkers finish the trip
I and recruit sponsors. The they will then go back to their
I j suggested minimum pledge is sponsors to collect the
\ MR. MUSCLE 10 cents for every mile pledges. Receipts will be
LIQUID completed <( verified by checkpoints) so to the:March of Dimes and are
! ) CLOROX II OVEN VANISH that a walker makes it the tax deductible.


t I 010/1 CLEANER 8 Oz. 83c. Chamber Blood Drive Set Tuesday I

The Bradford For those who are a bit
all, t Chamber of Count squeamish and need a little
a
40 Oz. 99 acb, kn s Oz.43e join the Civilan Regional incentive to donate there is
''I _, 16 Blood Center (CRBC) an advantage in donating
Mill Tuesday !March 22, in askingall blood. If a pint is given by a
: 23 Oz Bradford County citizens to married person, that means
roll up their sleeves for a any member of the donor's
99cit' spare pint of blood. immediate family will be ableto
::- This will be the second blood receive one pint of blood at
BUBBLE -
RENUZIT LIQUIDPLUMBER drive co-sponsored by the only processing cost, about
Starke Civitanj with the $35.The usual price of a pint of
CRBC this year. The first was blood in a hospital is about
: AIR FRESHNER in January and netted 41 units SUM).
(pints) of blood. This The CRBC unit will begin
E 409 Tuesday's drive will be taking donors at 10 a.m.
located inside the Chamber of Tuesday and will continue
: : 00 22 Oz. Commerce building on the receiving until4 p.m.
3/$1 83c oz.83c corner' Walnut and Call Normally: the procedure lasts
CLEANER 32 Streets in Starke. A specially about 45 minutes. For more
skilled team from the CRBC information call the Bradford
unit from Gainesville will be County Chamber of
there to take blood. Commerce at 9645278.


, Reno Man Die! "From Hail ShineAn I
w BLACK MULCH PAM COOKING: 5/e"x50' VINYL

investigation by local occurred through a one-time
authorities into the death of a consumption a high lead
I FILM PLASTIC SPRAY 13 Oz. $127.q GARDEN HOSE 70 year old Reno man showshe content, or was an accumulation -
}, died as the result of lead of build up from gradual
poisoning from moonshine, intake of that type of beverageover
according to Sheriff Dolph several ," said
$ 19'f: $ 88 Reddish. Reddish. years
40 Ft. Roll | 3 The Bradford County Health "This death points out the
JK LADIES DOUBLE KNIT Department and the sheriff's very real hazard in the
office are conducting an consumption of this type
.I4 investigation into( the death of alcoholic beverage, it can and
$38811. George Edgar Diggs, who has been deadly," Reddish
v SLACKS died February 25. in a said.Reddish
WHITE OR BLACK PLAYMATE Gainesville Hospital. said his office did
i II, Reddish said the lead not know where the beveragecame
poisoning came through from and was soliciting
PLASTIC FENCE rCLEARANCE ICE CHEST throught the consumption of information from any person
ON LADIES alcoholic beverages, most who may have knowledge.
likely moonshine or home-
I'IV brew, rather than beer or tax- "Please get in touch with
00 a JUMP OFF paid whiskey. A sheriff's me," said Reddish. "This Is
2/$1 \ $1. 097 department investigation the first death we have had for
UP TOV3
1 Itl SUITS showed drinker. Diggs was a heavy poisoning many years from as a result moonshineand of lead

.. "At this time we do not we want it to be the.
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Cane-Jasmin I Gamma Theta Little Women Plan i" .

Repeat VowsMiss Holds Rush 'Party St. Patricks DanceThe I 'I:

Katherine Ann Cane The Gamma Theta Chapterof Little Women's f 'h.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L Beta Sigma Phi's annual rye r Club is sponsoring a St.
Kenneth Cane of Hampton Rush Party was held Monday Patrick's Day dance Friday j
and Gregory Paul Jasmin, son evening, February 28, at the March 18, from 8 to 12 o'clockat i I ; ; i 1
of Irving Jasmin of Lake .... home of Mrs Van the Woman's Club. I.
Geneva and Joy Hafley of Sirmopoulos in Keystone. Admission is $1.50 each. ,
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Richmond, Ky. were united in Members and honored The Little Women will meet .
marriage Feb. 18 at 7:30: p.m. Rushees enjoyed an"Over the at the club house at 6:30 p.m.
in the Air Park Baptist Rainbow" theme.Members 1,1 I IF Friday to decorate for the (
Church, Starke. and guests came dance and make plans for a
{I'
Rev. LeRoy Olive per- dressed as characters from summer activity.

formed Decorating the nuptials.the altar were Robert"The Wizard Alvarez of was Oz.awardeda Mrs. L: I I i I i

arrangements of gladioli 1\L i ; prize for the best dressed. A Home Life Program l'
asters and carnations againsta I buffet dinner was enjoyed by s ,
background of branched ..... Presented At I I>I
all.Games
candelabra with burning were played and I
tapers.Michel. Mr. and Mrs. Jasmin prizes were awarded to the --1ISIII iSJIIiIi'''. .. Woman's ClubMrs. :
Cam attended as length veil was secured by six winners.
best man and Gerald Brush white hand. made flowers in Rushees honored were: Deborah Marshall Travis Kimbril spokeon 't
was an usher. her hair. Mrs. Kay Chitty Mrs. Joan "Home Life" at the March !I
Mrs. Connie Muse served as A reception was held in the Hamon, Mrs. Mary Looney MarshallTrinchetEngagement luncheon-meeting of the ,
matron of honor She wore a church reception hall. Jerald Mrs. Linda Patrick and Mrs. Woman's Club of Starke last ij
long white dress trimmed in/ Bush greeted the guests at the Carol Redding. The Rushees ToldMr. Wednesday. I tl
blue and carried two carna- door and the bride's parents were presented with favors as Mrs. Kimbril stated that ,
tions with blue streamers. stood in the receiving>line. momentos of the occasion. and Mrs:""Charles W. Home Life is to establish a
Given in marriage by her Miss Connie Cane kept the Marshall, Sr. of Starke home that needs to give the
father, the bride wore a long guest book. announce the engagement and total being whether you have :
off white gown with a V neck- The bride's table was approaching marriage of their one person or many persons in j
line and long lace sleeves. She covered with a white linen daughter Deborah Charleneof the home. She explained that '
Holds
wore a pearl necklace and cloth centered with a bridal UDC Waldo to George Trinchetof to use the whole being we need i I
pearl earrings and carried a arrangement and weddingcake. Gainesville, son of Mrs. our head, our mind to think i
nosegay of white carnationswith Betty Breese cut the Luncheon-Meeting Olga Serrano of Miami and seriously about others in the !j
blue asters-with long blue cake and Helen Arrway pre- the late Raul Trinchet. home; ears to listen to
streamers. Her shoulder sided at the punch bowl. The W.T. Weeks chapter Miss Marshall is a 1975 members of the home; face to
UDC held their March lun- graduate of Bradford High smile often graciously and of '
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I March 2, at the Holiday Inn Mr. Trinchet graduatedfrom lovingly frankly, but kindly
I[ STRETCH SEWING CLASS i I II with Mrs. R.A. Green Mrs. North Miami Senior with praise for family (
L.H. Jennings Mrs. C.A. High School in 1969. members; heart to love with a
123 S. Walnut St. 964.6398 I II I Knight and Mrs. L.F. Dinkinsas The wedding will take placein clean thinking loving spirit; !
I hostesses. July; exact date to be hands to give a tender touch to ,
Mrs. Green conducted a announced at a later date.bJJt family members; feet'and
Begins Thursday March 31, 1977 I II I quizz program on the Civil legs to carry you to do things
War with Mrs. Clyde B. together with the family and
I Terwillegar winning first and back to turn away to keep our (
7-10 P.M. I II Mrs. Herbert Thomas second. y..J< w. friendly loving faces towardthe
President Mrs. Guy Sale family. ,
I read a history of the song Mrs. W.E. Tilley underwent I 't
$1000 Fee I "Dixie." surgery last Thursday in Mrs. V.J. Spengler,
I Registration An arrangement of spring Alachua General Hospital.Mr. president, presided over the
flowers was used as a center- Tilley who has been a business meeting. She announced
I piece for the luncheon, patient in Alachua General fora that a new Dinner
Come In And Register i Now week has returned home. Theatre "South Pacific" was : ,
now in rehearsal. The
---------J "He who makes no mistake I never makes anything." presentation will be in i1
English Proverb January and February 1978, i{;.
Mrs.Spengler thanked Mrs.
Douglas Hardy for doing the

year The books.May Breakfast will be on by I'I

Sale held Saturday May 7, and not ,
Red Tag May 4 as listed in the year
,. book.
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April. Article XII Section 1 to
read: The President, with the
Invoice approval of the executive
Over board shall name at least five
members or more of the clubto <
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Dolores, Brown, ,( Nanette Hall. 1\ Chit Chat i

Eugene'Meng Mr. and Mrs. W.H.' Stein- Hope'Valley j.Mr j': BIRTHS i
Curtis
(
Akrfdge To of
Jacksonville
meyer were Mrs. Frank ,Starling and '(m! ,
To ,Wed March 18 Wed Monday :visitors of her Son, 'Jason of Panama City and Mrs. Paul Hawkinsand A daughter, Shannahon ,
March, 18 mother, Mrs.' W.F. Herlong. spent last week with her family' Brandon were Nochole, was born March 7 to. f
\, '. parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.Li, Mr.-and Mrs. Tommy Kynardof
dinner
The, wedding of Miss : Miss Lataln Herres of Saturday guests of Mr.and Palatka.
Delores Brown daughter of the 'marriage 'of Nanette Tampa Thomas. Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Titus Olson.
Denise Hall spent Saturday to Thomas also has The new baby arrived at
daughter of Mr. as Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brown, with her .
Monday Mr.and
and Eugene Meng, son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Hall, Jr. Mrs. Herb Herres.parents, visitors, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Paul Canova of Jacksonvilleis 10:36: p.m.' and weighed 7
and Mrs. Francis Meng of r of Theressa, to Curtis Allen Conner of Jacksonville. visiting his sister, Miss Nor- pounds 9/i ounces.
Hampton Lake, will take Akridge,. son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Smith of ma Canova indefinitely! Maternal grandparents are
Mrs and Mrs. Ronald Good-
Mrs.Broward E. Mr. and Mrs. A.B. White-
place on Friday, March 18, at Akridge of Williston visited ''
their'
Starke, will take head and daughter, Charlotte man of East Palatka, formerly -
7:30: p.tn at the First Baptist place on daughter and family, Mr. and Miss Madge Middleton was
March 18 at attended homecoming at the of Starke. Paternal grandmother
Church in Starke. 8 p m. in the Mrs. Marc Jackson Sun admitted to Riverside Hos-
on
All friends and relatives are Madison Street Baptist Johnstown Baptist Church in pital Tuesday for observationand is Mrs. Fred Kynard
invited to attend. Church of Starke. day.Mr. Lake Butler on Sunday. treatment. of Palatka. Mrs. Rosemary
tNanette Hudson, Gainesville, is the
11 A reception will follow in the and Mrs. Allan Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early great-grandmother. Mrs.
Church Fellowship Hall. Arbuthnot and daughters of spent the weekend with Mr. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Laura Broskey of Green Cove
Lake Alfred
and Mrs. and Mrs. Bill Glover at Floral Amos Sanford in Astatula the Springs is the great-great-
"The impromptu is always .. Margarelita Subrlck of San City. They were joined Sat- first of grandmother.
All friends and relatives are on the week.
successful life. -- -- -- Francisco Calif.
in were Sunday urday by !Mrs N.K. Hurst and .o.o.o.
invited to attend Evern Ililliard visitors of and .
Benjamin Disraeli Hall Mr. Mrs. M C,
Wells. Mrs. Clyde Sinclair. Mrs. Ewell Lawson returned Mr. and Mrs. Mark D.
Lola Hilliard Monday of last week Mattox of Starke proudly an-
. Browns-Rutledqes To Host House March 24
Open Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. after two weeks visit with nounce the birth of a.son ,
Mrs. EW. Hayes attendedthe J.R. Kite attended the district relatives in Aaron born March
Ricky Faulkner Ridgeland, S.C., Mark 2 at
Mr.and Paul
Mrs. G. Brown Steven Russey head- denominational private school wedding of her brother,
nominating committee Hampton, S.C. and Brunswick Shands Teaching Hospital in
and Mr. and Mrs. Jack master, and John Abbott which has been in operationfor S.F. Strickland to Mrs. -
of the
Can- .
meeting American Ga.Paul
Gainesville. Paternal
,
Engagement \ grand-
Rutledge are cohosting an chairman of Board of the past 26 years and has Told Johnnie Walker in Homer- cer Society in Palatka
on Mr. and Mrs.
"open house" Thursday Truestees of St. Johns, will be drawn students from this area ville, Ga. on Sunday. Friday.Mr. S. Waterman has parents are
March 24, at 7:30: p.m. at the special guests of the evening.A for a number of years. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy L. transferred from North Glenn Mattox of Starke and
Brown home on Bessent road slide presentation will be Milliard are announcing the Mrs. M.O. Harrell of and Florida Regional Hospital to maternal grandparents areMr.
Mrs. Titus Olson and Mrs. Thoren of
for prospective parents, given which traces the history Any parents interested in engagement of their daughter, Brooker was Sunday visitor of are visiting relatives in the Hill Haven Convalescent Cleveland Ohio.Ralph
present parents and alumni of and expresses the philosophy meeting Mr. Russey and Mr. Lola Evern, to Ricky Lamar Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Hazen. Holiday, Florida on Home 1600 S.W. 16th Ave, ,
St. Johns Country Day Schoolof of the school St. Johns Abbott are cordially invited to Faulkner, son of !\II'. and Mrs. Friday. Thursdayand Gainesville, FL 32608. Mr. %
Orange Park. Country Day School is a non- attendIncome William J. Faulkner, all of Mrs.W.F. Herlong attendedthe Waterman, 74, entered the
and Mrs. Leon
Mr. Mattox

r -- ........ ....... ........ ......--=-J.J __-........ ...... ...... ....-...._...-I Starke.Wedding plans for June will Gainesville Eastern Star on installationin Saturday. don Mr and and Mrs. Jim McLen- cause hospital of a three heart weeks condition.ago be-He of Starke announce the arrivalof
"r be family of Blowing a daughter, Tama Cherie,
announced at a later date. has been a resident of the
Mr; and Mrs. Rock,' N.C. returned home Hotel in Starke for born February 16 at Shands
Raleigh Magnolia
1i ( Tuesday after two and a half Paternal
Teaching Hospital.
Tax Prepared Sapp Family Brannen spent Thursday to months in Miami and a long the past 18 years. lie Is a re- grandparents are Mr. and
Monday visiting W.O. Collins, weekend with his parents, Mr tired farmer from Worcester, Mrs. Glenn Mattox of Starke.
Reunion a in the in N.Y. He first to Floridato
April 3 patient hospital and Mrs. R.P. McLendon in came Maternal
Savannah, Ga. and also Starke.Mr. avoid the N.Y. winters, then grandparents are
\ Full Bookkeeping ServiceCALL Descendants of the late visited his daughter and became a permanent Charles Crawford of Jack-
sonville and Mrs. Joan
Leonard and Susan Crosby family, Mr.. and Mrs. Bob and Mrs. Brian Hackettof resident of
Hendersonville
FOR APPOINTMENT Sapp will have their annual Faile in Lancaster, S.C. Hope Valley, R.I. were Sun- Waterman Is a wellknownand S.C.Reynolds ,
family reunion Sunday, April day to Tuesday guests of Mr. published author of haiku,
C 3, at the Community Center in Mrs. W.H. Hart visited her and an unrhymed Japanese poem
Mrs. Robert in
964-6298 ft STARKE Bitgood
a*.* Day Lake Butler. daughter and family, Mr. and Theressa. The Bitgoods also of three lines containing 5, 7, ;]);J 1ou..Xnow .
Luncheon will be served at 1p.m. Mrs. Mike May in Ocala from had as Sunday guests Mr. and and 5 syllables respectivelyand
Sunday to Tuesday. Mrs. Harold House, also of referring in some way to Those admitted into the
,one of the seasons of the year. Bradford County Hospital this

-' past week were: Mrs. Dorothy
Carter, Mrs. Marjorie Allen,
Mrs May Powell, Merman
The house was Nettles, Ira Allen, Mrs. Susie
Myrick, Mrs. Pauline Taylor,
i Harvey Wiggins, Mrs. Lula

"t just the right size Sparks Mrs. Alice, Miss Cogdill Rhonda and Phillips Frank

; .. White of Starke.
Admitted from Lawtey

L -{ -for a young couple; John Vernie King DeVore Carl Padgett Wilkerson Mrs.; Nettie from and

Brooker Mrs. Maggie Hodge,
But now rein from Keystone Heights, !Mrs
'i' you Margaret Allshouse: from
Lake Geneva. Mrs. Lena
Elder; from Graham !Mrs
,: for some rude Ida Jones; and from Haiford 'j
Arthur Bruner and Willie
Carter. 1
>. 'f awakenings. -.o .

Mr. and Mrs. David 1
I, >" Mendenhall of Stone
',- Mountain Ga are visitng her
parents Mr. and Mrs J,E. '
e"o Hardy from Wednesday to
.'. r.t
Sunday.
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-\ j 4 # Montgomery had a birthday
dinner Sunday night for
James Montgomery of Lake
City, Also attending were the
\ Rev, and Mrs. E.F ,
1 3 s Montgomery,Jr. and son, Jim ..
i'24 of Lake City. '

q9 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fritch
: gY' f yfr of Guilford. Ind were recent "J

visitors of Mrs. J,H. Fields.
'I c. s r
Ronnie Norman of Chief-
land spent the weekend with '
I r J his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Gene Norman.

Mr. and Mrs H.O. Dansby
visited Mrs Nona Carr and
Harold Epps in St. Vincent's
k Hospital on Sunday.Mrs. .
? :

E.M. Davis spent last
week with her sisters. Miss 4
Mamie Anderson and Mrs.
Pauline Stone in Archer.

T-Sgt. and !Mrs Norman
{M'F Rigdon and son of Seymour
Johnson AFB, N.C. spent .
Saturday to Monday with her I
parents Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW
Brown at Kingsley Lake.

Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. and
Mrs C.R. WhItehead attended
,the funeral of Mrs Lula Johnsin
Orange Park on Monday

!Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eden-
field of St. Petersburg were
weekend guests of Dr. and
Mrs. R.E. Dopson.

Mrs. C.C. Hoppe of Tampais
visiting her sisters, Mrs.
flh1Im-IL O.L. Beasley and Mrs. J.W,
Kincaid this week.

Mrs. Nannie Graham
Sanders of Wytheville, Va.
and Mrs. Friel Sanders of
Churchton, Md. are guests of
Mr. and Mrs Guy Andrews
for two weeks

Mrs. Janet Turner gave a

MIflhIilIrr'uI5i 6 family birthday party Sunday
for her mother, Mrs. James
Barron. Among those attending
were Mrs. Martha
Johnston of Miami, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Burton of Port
St.Lucie and Miss Kay Turner
of Jacksonville.

.
Mrs. Ann! Joellenbeck and
Dr. and Mrs. Heinz Stoelting
and two children of Berlin,
Germany,are visiting Dr. and
i Mrs. D.W. Whlffen. Mrs.
Joellenbeck will be with her
son-in-law and daughter for
several months and the
Stoelting family will be here
; three weeks. '
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......:- .to! Mrs. Agnes Heath returned

In your home,three maybe a crowd But were making home improvement loans new so its easier to improve than move. dale to her Sunday home in after Fort a Lauder-weeks

; Borrow from tha bank you can get the most aw oi. visit Tilley with and Mr. and Mrs. W.E.
other relatives

I Florida'Bank Starke9C4 1iJ here. .
: : 'r i J.'fl" at ;
Mrs. Mule Carter
Sr.
left!fSOl1atC' rkSt'eElt S''Jrke..f J.Iil.J.X'91! 964.ms., visited her daughter, Mrs.

_... .__ L.A.:Johns in Jacksonville last
Tuesday and Wednesday.
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American Legion MISCELLANEOUS! HOME' REPAIRS anytypo CUSTOM DRAPERIES BY OWNER 3 BR S bath 1 I II

Plans remodeling, roofs, new UPHOLSTERING AND GALE flWATSON'S MISCELLANEOU S brick homo, newly re- %

Birtlulny additions, concrete work orpalatla WALL COVERINGS our decorated double carport on ____
Free estimates, nice lot .at.... Phone
--- --- workmanship la many
CelebrationAs FOR SALE AD typea phono 9646127. 11/18 writing! Our guaranteedin decorators HOUSE OF STOLEN from CUBB 9644630. NO REALTORS

Colored Pencil In lock at TF/Chg too but VACUUMS many branda Agency two mulU4>and PLEASE. 3/y2tpd 3P44 ,
com
phono Quality
c /J
The of new vacuums. Used radios both have black vinyl
part of a' world wide Office Shop. ColorbrlteNoa Interiors. Orange Park 269-

birthday celebration local .Face, 20 cent each. MOBILE HOME MOVING 2219t Groan Cove 8prl",. machines all available. E.pertnop.ln. and chrome exterlore and 1974 CONCORD 24x80 S
American Thick lead opaque eolorama3D also mobile home hurricane 2847261, makea Parts and telescoping antennae. Any bedrooms 2 baths
Legion Post 56 will ._!LTF/Chg accessories for all vacuums.Builtin on. with Information phone ; unfurnished -
cent each mad aUo MODfol
and mobilehorn.
anchoring and
have a hamburger fry for ; range dishwasher -
colored 11 ..' central vacuumeystems. 9647684 or 964-8161. Itpd
pencils .
members and cent root co.U".. OU. ) carpet) (' .500 cash
veterans .
404
NW 3f\1
each. Stop In and take a look. Mobile Homo Service. Phone FOR SALE mobile homo 10th Paymonta (112/month I
Tuesday, March 22, at 7:30: The Office Shop phone 96... 964-6606. Highway 100W., parts and supplies. OLIN'S Avenue, Gainesville. Phone SARAH COVENTRY JEWELRY Phone 964-7194. Itpd 3/17

p.m.Under 5764. St.r.... TF/chj:_ MOBILE HOME SALES 376-7110. TF/Chg sales opportunity r I

the direction of Highway 100 West Starfca. Phone Erma Johns 964-5483 1974 DOUBLE WIDE

Commander Bob Paterson AVON CALLING to buyor phone 964.5606. TF/Chg GUNS FOR SALE 22's, or Aanetta BeasUa, 372- Mobile Home Manatee Cecelia Terwlllegar'' I
aell, Avon phono 755.2807or 25's. and 38' sold at Dab-
the birthday committee will WANTED 4 4444. 12/2 TF/Chg Low equity and assume 1
write Loma Clyatt P.O. mer'e Discount. TF IChl pay
serve refreshments from 6:30 ; PREFERRED PROPERTIESSpacious
:
Boa 220,Lake. City Florida. ments. Phone 782.3423.ltch.g .
to 7:30: p.m. along with the SPEED EQUIPMENT FOR WILL PAY up to (50 cash 317BRICK
TFChg_ m J for old well kept, older home on Madlfon ; large
hamburger cook-out at the WANTED- U..d .. FOR RENTKITCIIENETTES SALE 10 percent above care. Thornton's Sal \ i
cost. Olln'a Mobile vage. Phon. 964-6243. 1/20 landscaped lot with storage house. ,
Legion Post 720 Edwards Rd. Irigerators, waahero, add BILL'S SAW SHOP complete Home HOME four years
The Legion's 58th birthdaywill .. In good condition. sharpening service, Service. Highway 100W., TF ICh.NEED. old. with 3 BR, 2 baths, carpet ----- .

be celebrated by the Phon. Dahmer's Discount, circular hand carbide- Starke.. Phone 964-6606. HOME IMPROVE. utility room, CH/A. 4 Attractive apartment house next to Garden Res

16,000 posts during the monthof 964.7923. IFChgRESIDENTIAL chain mower blade hollow Included allutilities TF/Chg_ MENTS OR REPAIRS miles north of Starke. off taurant. Eight modern units with ample parking'J\

March. Paterson said the ground and balanced. Leave furnished .; totally SWIMMING POOLSdeluxe DONE? for fireplaces, remodeled 301. (27,000. Phone 964. area. Excellent Investment. :-
; weekly or '
American Legion recorded SITE for at Jackson Building Supply, monthly rates. Temple above ground kitchens, baths, 6915. 3/17 TF/Chg"' 1

another year of significant swimming pool. Leading distributor Starko or Keystone Heights. Motel 880 North Temple, aluminum and steel pools additions garages or enclosed If it's Hampton Lake you want:.. we have the most

membership gain during 1976 wanta a nice backyard TF/Chg_ Starko, phone 964.7357.17 ((3)) repossessed. by bank, carports phone Marcus FRAME HOME three desirable properties.
to display new 1977 / will sacrifice. Phone collect Griffls. 473-2108. bedrooms, one bath In city -----
2tpd j/24
with 2,713,000 members the model of .bov. ground pool CARPENTRY WORK -398.5103 TF/Chg_ limits near echoole. Phone
1904' days or.venlll. road with CB
In the country on paved : 12 acres ,
second highest national total it consideration for and Have 964-8360. 3/17 ,
top given painting repairs. .'. 3/3 TF/Chg Itpd
has posted in the last 19 years. prime locations. Phone references. Phone 964-6084. LARGE APARTMENT home with 3 BR, 2 baths, family room, LR DR

The local post plans to send collect I904| 398.5874 days or 2/24/ TF/Chg_ adults only no peti pl..... krlOMES FOR SALE MOBILE HOME 12x60 double garage, screened back porch and CH-A.

two high school junior boys to .,!!!!!!).. 1/27 TF/Chg Phone 964-6352. before 9 FOR SALE Diamond central heat/air Includes -----
533 2252 after 9
Boys State in Tallahassee DO YOU NEED septic nja.t; phone needles for any stereo over portabls washer and dryer. If you are fuel-conscious we have a brick home

again this year. The Boys WANTED two bedroom tank pumping Installing or a-.m. 3/17 TFChgTWOROOM 247 different ones,. wo have 4 BEDROOM HOME on 3 Shown by appointment only. convenient to churches and stores that is completeand J J

State provides the house or mobile home and lot drain line? Reasonable.Phono them all. Dahmer'a Discount. acres with 2 rental mobile Phone 964.5133. 3/17 2tpd modern In every detail including four bedrooms

program on In or near Star..... WOI pay 431-1202 after 2:30 APARTMENTand .TFChgk .___ homes all for 135000. 3/24_ and priced right! .
job training in government fora
to (2,000 lor equity andaasume 1 KITCHENETTE.
week in the state capital. up pm...:.....TF/Chg_ Phone 964-83-19 come to Some owner. financing, -
or
mortgage. Reid 112 Phone 964 hm-;; ;
8253. after
HOME FOR
J 4pm. SALE
said membership chairman Eleventh Avenue North St. Underwood Motel 301 north MOTORCYCLES 2/3 TF/Chg byowner We have beautiful Connerly Estates. You I

Charles Schaefer Petersburg FL 33701. 3/17 k FOR SALETOP i ol Starke.. Itchg 3/17 three bedroom- newly living decorated room), have, to see to compare and truly appreciate.

The Boys State Selection 2tpd 324RENTAL dining room large .kitchen t -----

committee made up of FOR RENT 40x60 block 1974 TRIPLE KAWASAKI BLOCK HOME three dishwasher family room Needed: Homes In good repair for $25,000.
HOUSE In townor .
Paterson. Joe Gissy and Bill In country with ..mallaer.8II. SOIL. FILL DIRT ti building, 12' celling. Ideal for 400 one owner low bedrooms. 1 bath 616 Pinewood custom drapes, carpet garden ----- ,

Haas will make the final .. Mill be openingnew days per week; dozer work most any business, Starts mileage, very clean with Drive. S80O down and. area, school bus route, POTPOURRIGreen
selections in April from five buslneas In Marke.. and dragline work. Phone area. 250 per month. Phone many extras, S700 or beet take over low FHA payments quiet neighborhood. 1085 Acres beauty.

recommenda selected Phone 1-912.285.5381. 3/10 468-1873 Star Route, 964- 606. TF/Chg offer. Phone 964-6678. 3/3 or 114,700 total. Nell Court. Phone 964-6250. Demorest home near Starke Plaza.

from the junior class at Brad- 3uhg 3/24 Hampton STEPHEN 3tpd 317SUZUKI Phone 964.5836. 3/10 2tpd Itchg 3/17_ Handyman special: Green property on Call St.

ford High School. SMITH I LAND*'ILL. tUG FOR RENT 12 foot wide 3/17 Pecan grove with 10 acres plus cozy home.
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mobile outside city Hmita. -
Vice Commander Otto WANTED TO LEASE ALUMISUMINUOWS Phone 964-4114 or 4734777. your authorized Suzuki Small frame home In Hampton.

Siemer extends an invitationto 200-400 acres of tillable land. !Single hung and. awnings. 36 TF/thg dealer. Phone 964-6020. 1640 NEW HOME 3 BR 2 Cecedo/ T. Terwillegar

all eligible war veterans of Will pay up to 250month. x 8 (8.50.; 30 i :27 South Walnut ((301 south In bath carpet CH/A corner Floriland RealtyPrice Madison
West Avenue
206
Phone 9647281. 3/10 2tpd (11 JO, 18 52 $15.50. 46
Starke and Bradford Countyto a OLIN'S SUBDIVISION Starke.l. TF/Chg lot, by school In Keystone. m
3/17 x "52 $2700; MANY W.W. Cox, Building Con is Right Starke Florida
become and .
Legionnaires 1/2 acre lot., (30 per month 1970 HONDA CB 750 I
orilrR SIZES. -
be a part of the complete EXPERIENCED COUPLE Cr:N flit. 301 South BARGAIN tfnchg water and sewage furnished.For 9OO. Phone 964-6236 or 3/10 tractor.TFChgIBEDROOM Phono 473-4931.. 3 BR. CH A A. stove and OFFICE PHONE 964-7776

program which confirms to WANTED to work Information' phone Mark Her 5 p....., phone 9644528.1974KAWASAKI96 refrigerator, nice neigh RAll HOME PHONE 964-5145
each and every member that chicken. farm. 1150/week. COUCH AND CHAIR SALE Olin OU... Mobile Home Itpd 3/17 borbood.

"Its Great to Belong." and living quartera turn- 169.95 up. Dahmer'a Service, Highway 100 West BRICK HOME - +.
St...... No pets please dirt 2 bath CH A A/C
Discount. 2/3 acre .
"Veterans are this nations lahcd. Phone 485-1994. 3/10 TF/Ch.l- Phone 964.5606.13 or street bike, new con1 I I Farmette 5 .r. fenced
mile
3/17 from Starke, nice, neat 3 BR frame
2teh" ,
greatest supporters said dillon 1,400 miles $2M( I
Commander Paterson. SWIMMING POOL SACRI. TF/Chg_ _ Phone 782-3848. 3110 2tchg I Highway 230 I" Carpet custom ready to sell. mTHOMAS.
< drapes, appliances,
FICE leading distributorhas 3/17 - -
kPERSONAL A deluxe aluminum pools UNFURNISHED HOUSE- II I FHA approved. 129500. W. have several do.It- GEORGC ROBERTS U.3. REALTY

f SERVICES left over from 1976 season, three bedrooms in city 1974 YAMAHA 360 Enduro I Phone 964-6930. 2/3 TF/Chg" yourself houses with good

New Seoul 1/2 price guaranteed Installation not far from BUS. Inquire at excellent condition 400. lots. One even his 10acrea. INSURAlICt ...-

Troop and terms. Phone 119 North Walnut Street In Phone 964.5360. 3/17 NEARLY NEW DUPLEX nu tititrtit 621 North Walnut St.

HENLEY ELECTRIC collect [904)) 384-5156. TFthg St.r.... 3/10 TF/Chg Itpd 65' X 28' brick, centralair - STARKE Norm Tempts FLORIDA Ave ...,Florida 32091

To Be Formed Here COMPANY: residential / carpet range and refrig If your own property and 964-6162
commercial Industrial. k AUTOMOBILESFOR Af .r.tor.located 639 Epperson are not realfctlng' any Income TjSJ' [formerly A J.Thomas

Phone 43I-120O R.I ford, or GARAGE SALE Saturday SMALL TRAILER for SALE Street. Lot 93' X 185', call us.Vernle Real Estate) 1 1STROL'T

The city of S la rke is about to 964-6314 3/10 4tpd 3/31 March 19.628 Pinewood ono or two people partially 132500. phone 964-7574. 2/3 - -
Drive In Star.....
adopt a new Boy Scout troop. Beginningat furnished water Included. Tf ICb. P. Odom 3 bedroom frame house InBroo".r.
9 a.M. Clothes furniture
LICENSED ELECTRICIAN Graham 4851987. No collect. 1961 CHEVROLET Registered Real 4 lots paved
Troop 510! will have its first good on
organizational meeting on residential. commercial.All cameras' !...!!!......Itpd 3/17 calls. 3/10 2tpd 3ilPWANTED shape, 225. Phone 964-8993. Estate Broker 3 BR LR DR. Lg. street.

Thursday. March 24 at 7 work guaranteed Free Itpd 3/17 MOBILE HOME 964-7700 Family Room Fireplace on - -
p.m. _
TRACTOR John .20 with barn
Deere
estimates Phon. 9647741, 9645476 acrea 3 bedroom frame .heewebetween
in the St. Edwards Church. Model. 60, 1958 2 cylinder 3 i Graham terms.Country .
Starhe1. J ltcbg 3/11 .s B 1988 'FORrY'OAtATE"two.doorwiU.otrun. ( .FearlAndrews,* .. Railord and Lake
: PAR -- -
between the of 11 f ,
Any boy age rTI :
point hitch runs good ISO Aiioctatt t - Butler on one .c..to..r, -
and 18 is invited to attend the 1150. Phone 468.28Sf.1fd or Club Estates 2 .
PECAN TRFF SPRAYINGSERYICE best offer. Phone 4681698. Inside City Limits 964.7739 - -
meeting, but t one of the boys' free estimates. 3/17_ Itpd 317FORD Walk to Bradford Square lots very reasonable.New F. Delano Thomaa

parents are required to attend Days. phone 964-8942 LADY qualified to teach Or Downtown - Keg Real Estate Broker

the meeting in order to register nights, 961338. 3/17 2tchg PONY AND COW PONY piano lessons ODe day a TORINO 1972. V. block home In town 3 S33-H10
with saddles and bridles. BR. 2 B. LR C/H&A.
.
their son and meet the 3/24.._____.____ Price negotiable. 15 foot week. Hampton ChrlatiaaAcademy 8, power steering and 130 Per MonthAll large garage, quite area,
phone 4681316.
scoutmaster.For brakeel. automatic transmission city Coavenleneea lot.Several ASSOCIATES;
BULLDOZER WORK COBIA BOAT. 1968,with 40 3/3 4tpd 3/24 corner Judith
further details phone HP Johnson I radio 3,200 muea. Fire, Ponce Protection - Flynn
533.2S02. land clearing;, road building/ motor; DUNE. Phone 473.2336. Itpd 3/17 City Gas, Water and commercial' lots 964.SS84
alte preparation. Phone Edward BUGGY FRAME with fiberglaa WOMAN to do hnuseclean- Sewer on

Davis Glen St. Mary, body. Phone 782.3423. big one day per week.. Must 301. Harold Eppa
1974 LUV PICK-UP Jo-Lu Motel - -
I 259 3S69 4/7 ltcjxg3/17_ have own transportation. very .6616
CLASSIFIED .: Jl/10 5tpd_ Phone 9645231. ltd: 3/17 Rood condition 20.000 miles. 3 BR. I bath block. con 964
964-8810 .luii::
10 liP ENGINE Phone 964-5595. 3/17 2tpd I struction LR, Family Steve Simmons
SEWING MACHINES 3/24 .
lUTES repaired all makea (Wisconsin)I. (65 Also 5 HPROTO CORRECTIONAL FOOD __ Room in town. 964. 881
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cleaned oiled and TILLER, good shape SERVICE PERSONNEL -
adjusted 1974 PINTO two door 4 9 acres paeture land
$7. Work guaranteed James (100 Phon. 9648993. Itpd all male correctional In. low mllosge,like BRASINGTON Arthur Bruno
Deadline for insertion 3/17 speed, new reaaonably priced Just off .
Strickland corner Morgan atttutlon Is seeking. persons Phone 964-6505. Cadillac Oldsmobile 463 1S73
Tuesday noon preceding One owner. SR 16, N.W. of to"".
Road and Highway 16. 3/10 with Instructional food preparation 3/10 3/17 Sale. & Service
2tpd - -
Thursday before publica State _
TF/Chg POINTER PUPPIES experience. Fine Selection Of Used Very nice large frame
lion. German career aervlce position
short-haired. AKC. CHEVY PICK.UP 1960. Can Taken On house on corner lot In town
BRADFORD SEPTIC docked worm.d. ahota requiring high school with rebuilt motor. 250. 3 BR, 2 baths, C/H&A. C.
: :Minimum charge '2.00 started. Phone 468-2316. diploma. Salary range Cadillac Trade
TANK SERVICE Phone 964-6056. 3/10 2tpd large garage.
(Covers 15: \\ordsl) Itchg 317FAMILY (7,97616 to (10.69056 2001 N.W.13 378-5301 REALTY INC
residential pump-outs, 40. 3/17 Ralph Bryan - .
Phone PeraonnelDepartment 964
nnnuslly. 5196Fine
Each word over 15 Fast service guaranteed. GAINESVILLETFChg IS.20 acre tracts high landon
for tdditlonslinformation.
10 cents Phone 964.8121. 3/10 4tpd MILK COW AND Real Estate paved road Grahamarea 40x60
twoatorybuildIng
-431.1212..
3/31 CALF phone 7823376. lerms.
Itchg' 3/17 Mobile Home h.. 3 store frontson
j lpd! 3IlRIDING - -
All classified ads! first floor and 3 officeson
ALCOHOLICS ANONY. 22 acres SR 16 West. 1-34 homesites 2
be for in advance LOTS acre second
must (155,000
paid floor
MOIS successful. livingfor MOWER Huffy CORRECTIONAL OF. -R9 High and dry with beautiful miles N.W. of Starko..

unless! )OU have people who want to 7 1/2 HP, (80; 15 foot liber- FICER I all male 95 Down trees [Inn cypresal.) See - -older- -house- in

tin established account STOP drinking and STAY glaa CANOE. (115 Phone correctional. Institution la this one to believe It, but Frame house In town 2 Large ea
cellent condition. Good
WIth The Telegraph.: In stopped; Meeting Thursdayand 964-6236 or after 5. 9644528.MINIATURE : now taking applications for Phone 468-1531, \ Lillian C. Pearson don't drag your feet 'causeIt bedroom LR kitchen FR. location In town largo lot
(Ihat event SI I'xtl'acharge Sunday 8 p..... Phone !Upd3/I7 Correctional Officer. Salary TPehc' la priced to sell at \'er, reasonable.Frame .
for billing. Not 964-5709 or 9645434. 114 range from (7,97616 to Heal Estate (27,000. - h.. garage and carport

responsible for errors Christian Street. 1/13 I2tpd (10.690.56 annually. State - house In town 3 28000.
3/31 career service poiHIon requiring Silver Sands Lake. 3 BRfurnished bedroom. 2 bath living - -
uhen iven over the SCHNAUZER block house Iacre
i ---- AKC school STARKE Concrete on
high diploma.Phone house on lovely 2
phone or when copy is STANLEY HOME PRO. male, shots housebroken Personnel for additional FAULKNERE Neat and comforatble 2 BR .lake. lot with adjoining room storage area car, carport Walnut In quiet location. Heat

not taped and brought to DUCTS buy or sell. ears and tall docked 7 Information 904- frame homo In walking'' d I.- acreage available 28000. Street. pump. Fully turniahed. See
the office. months old. Phone 964.8571. 4311212. 3/17/ tance to town. Central air to believe $27,500.STROIJTREALTY.
Phone Barbara Daniel. 473. Itchg m '
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3758V 3/17. 12tpd. 6/2.. ltchg3/IT_ large storage/utility, Nice BR heat and air. In 3 BR 2 bath CB home with
SMALL
TOWN HOSPITAL 15500.
I. Hampton. Priced ta eel) at large FR In town. Very
BrokerOn
PIANO IN STORAGE with 25 beds needs RN's and - (13400.Acreage.
beautiful spinet-console LPN'a for 3.11 passed 11.7p l26SWaterSt.Starke.Florida. 2 BR aluminum aiding nice. 100 South a 114 Mile
T - -
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I stored locally.I Reported like' .m. shift. Need one 7-3 p.m. home with separate garage Lake. Genevaarea. From Intersection ol 301
WantedBoy's 964-J065 2 BR 1 bath frame In town. sad 100 South
Help new Responsible. party can medical nurse. Will pay 10 ? on paved road 115000. Mobile Homes or I - -
take. on low percent above bass for - -
payment pay RESIDENTIALSouthgsteSD3BR house Owner financed. Mobile home with large
balance. Writ. before we 311 p.m. and 11-7 p.m. 2 BR frame with carport,
- addition on 1.8 acres off
Or 11/2
GirlsPartTime
send truck. Joplln shift Phone collect 496- refrigerator and stove.
Piano 301 South Ownerfinao 80 ACRE FARM
-
brick
front. Nice lot. 1 mobile home lot.
acre
P.O. Box 103 Panama City, 2323. Leave number for R. Just out of city limits cing. CRAWFORD ROAD -
FL_ ...32401. !Itpd! 3/17 Byars, Director ol" Nur.... - 15000. High and dry. 2500.
..... 60
: ..- 2/24 2 BR IB frame homo in.sceilent - - Approximately aeropasture
j' ..7tehg 4/7 - 3 BR, I bath CB home and 20 acres
condition paved 21 acres 1J20 feet of cypress -
----------- 8 7 acres Highway 100 S at
TOMATO PLANTS 10 with FR, nice timber fenced ...01.r..d.
drive. This has a 1 bedroom good high land on paved very ,
100 A 115.500.I0scresfsclng.
11-15 Years Old /' cents and IS cento; hot Wail apartment that will road oaks. and pinea. swimming pool, in town. Nearly new
- -
peppers, 15 cents; second Or'iIlint add nicely to your Income. SR 230 and $38,900 owner financing. GEORGE ROBERTS JR. CB brick and atone front,2

3 J house on right Route 18. - - R.. Real Estate BrokerPhone BR home! LR baa atone
2 To Days
Wilson'' Road.aoned R 1 A, .
just off SRI 100. Th.r..... 2" thru 6" j 3 BR. brick veneer home $22,000. 3 BR block house, built to 964-7826 fireplace, equipped .kitchen

A Week From Phone i. 473-3064. Had 3/17 on approximately 2 acres FHA standards, 2 acres. w/w carpet CH/A.
Fast - -
4 Rotary i with lois of beautiful pecan LAWTEY $24,400. OPENSatardayA.M. double carport covered

4-7 P.M. :. YARD SALE Friday and Drilling Equipment [ treee. Terms, Small 5 room frame house - patio with brick bar-b-que.
-' Saturday Wilson Road 1 - 12x65 mobile home, Immaculate Cyclone fence around
1 4 acre-fenced
)J\-- \ mile east ol Stark off Highway STATE LICENSED I IPumpm" FARMS ACREAGE en$12000. pasture, central heat and LONGCHAMPHome lao..... Cattle barn plus

Parents Permission Necessary / 230 oa Highway 230A. 2 BR, 2B with apartmentand air, washer and dryer, on feed storage building.
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Follow algns. Furniture. workshop. com Commercial building next high dry one aero lot. and Building 190,000. Owner financed at

Contact Harry Smith ftj.. many household Items, shotgun | bination. Three acrea with to barbershop $15,000. 16.700. Materials 7 percent.
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auto much more Itpd __ fish pond Irrigation and "
: WE BUlW-
( I to 137 acres off SR 100 -

Fla. Times Union Jfc 1\ 3/17 New& UsedISaIes'partsServjce I other outbuildings.- - S' acres-SR- -225E.- -$7,5OO. south from $l,100acro.Owner "'YourPlana Or Ours

.
74 acres with 40'x80' barn. 10 acres, (12.300. financing.t Your Lot Or Ours

This h.. a very good I.. 20 acres. 2 MH bookups.hog - FREE ESTIMATES MELBAILGENRKALTOR
649 N. Temple Ave. 964-5165
BOOTS I I come from .hay Terms barn with electricity, to 220 acres north of

I E-Z Terms \ available. water and. concrete slab for Lawtey from l,300/aero.. Remodeling Repairs
- Owner financing.
AT I I WATERFRONT' farrowing pigs, (30,000 Additions
|or 30 acres for (42,500)) - Homes ..v-1- Helejm.
Plumbing Two beautiful komeo on Beautiful restricted building Bought .
I *
| - 474it
MAINTENANCE MECHANIC CARRADINESJUSTINWRANGLER. Hampton Lake.. Ono el 19.8 acres with nice. 3 BR lose near Country Club Sold Traded L.
these homsa has to bo from (3,500. Ownerfiaascfag.
frame $50,000.
Pisrids II... Corporations. new electric atsel. mill I New Installation j what you are looking. for. borne .
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'IGrid. ".. Imm.dl.t. .in ,Ite have ACREAGE FOR
In saidwIA epnlns V>o also lake. lots - -

.Ii.ld.....r.1 PelitieC m.l.t.n.n.requires and m.I".n.minimum m.cIanica I years Bsst selection | Remodeling j i available.. 29 33500.acres oa L'S 301, WE HAVE OTHERS SALE .!L. .

m.......'.., ..p.rl."..en m.int.n.ncs and. repairs Beat prices. COMMERCIALS : - - Need .0..... AB sixes, 964-6853
1..u.Ir.' ,",u'pm..t and plant ficilitise and a good I Repairs Beautiful farm. 51.S acreaon. sbapaa, agea, conditions r
....wl..... .t electrical, m.lnt..nc. Salary .S etp. When think IIDurranc1 beautiful acres ol commercial 301. Brick. home with t and locations. Highway 301 South Rrgrsterrd Real

... .Sour .. ISgh.r" d........,.. oil quaISiCaliOnLPlerida of boots yen think property located fireplaces 3 BR I baths. !. Buyerswaiting StarbDriveway Estate Broker I
heel, .*f.rs IlDer.1 cemeany neneflt1 .nd | on U.8.30. Nsrtb.Lscatsd
barn fenced
CHAA
,
.r.eod floor .p onunnboo.APPLYINPUNSON CARRADINE'SLEATHERSHOP within the city limits. - -
] I IFi.4eeia IpUMPSSUPPLY} - planted pasture, $195,400.ASSOCIATES PRONE RALPH BRYAN Fred S.ckett

FLORIDA STEUCORPORATION Paul H. Faulkner Realtor Broker

y.u.w W.t........ '.217 I COMPANY:> Rio!for Lola Zip par.r ....-7154 or 964-4788 Pipe U.S. 301HamptonFloslda

...,.t .....wl... .Iorld. 322M Ih.YS1I.W j - 782-3397. Day,Night or

I 864. .N: Temple Ave I AeaaclateaIrsne Lillian Pearaan Weekend Wboltsale Prices
L. Faulkner REALTOR [UI
,. {Starke | 964-S 14$ Art Pat ray Phone 4682819or Phone 468-I7U

Susan VI. Bakken961117t. Lawtey,Florida AuoeiD :
An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F I 1-------964-7061 _. 18*-38OeL. ptA ''OQ 471.1031 964-5738 T t TF.chln :1:1i.



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3 Minor Accidents --- LEGAL
Resolution Urges Santa Fe Swamp Purchase ReportedA

_ ,WITH THE PROVISIONS OF ,. Exhibit If relating thereto
A '
.l CHArnR'24i < SECTION THAT:'a certified copy of this
resolution urging the County.. The area according to response from the Depart immediate danger of'being The Starke Police Depart at the Vo-Tech school. DewittC. 98.031. AS AMENDED, EF- resolution and Exhibits be forthwith
highest priority be given by the resolution is an uninhibited ment of Natural Resources in exploited by commercial ment reported three minor Padgett, 22, of Lawtey was FECTIVEJANUARY ,1, 1 1977. transmitted to Honorable
either the state or federal l area of wetlands, that Tallahassee before they interests, including plans by a auto accidents during the past riding a 1973 Suzuki on a sidewalk FLORIDA STATUTES.At Bruce A. Smathers, Secretary of
government to buy and pre performs valuable service by passed a resolution. Alachua logging company to drain, week with no personal injuries. at the Vo-Tech'and when State, State of Florida,
serve the lands known as the contributing to aquifer re County has recently had construct roads and harvestthe occurlng in any. he attempted to drive off the the regular meeting of the Tallahassee, Florida to satisfythe
Santa Fe Swamp as an environmentally charge. Zoning director L.M. several large tracts In similar extensive stand of hard- Last Thursday, March 10, sidewalk he lost control and Board of County Commissionersof conditions and requirementsof
endangeredarea Gaines said the area performsa situations as Paynes Prairie wood and cypress. The reso Harvey Chadwick Edwards hit a building. Padgett was not Bradford County Florida, the above references to the
was passed Monday I service by putting 45 million and the San Felasco Hammock lution asks for the state to pur- 61, of Starke was stopped fora injured, but was charged with held on Monday, March 7, 1977 Florida Statutes
March 7 by the BradfordCounty gallons a day back into the chase the land under the caution light at the careless driving by Starke at Its office In the county courthouse CERTIFICATE OFRECOMMENDATION
Commission.The Florida aquifer. Mutch said he has heard a environmentally endangeredlands intersection of US-301 and SR- Police. at Starke, Florida, with AND
swamp in the south end The swamp has been included Gainesville city commissionerwas program. 100 when his vehicle was l hit the following members present: APPROVAL
of the county is the headwaters on the land use plan for interested in buying the from behind by a two-door D.L Shuford, Commissioner SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS,
of the Santa Fe River Bradford County as an area property and stripping the New BCII Toyota driven by Michael District No. 1. BRADFORD COUNTY,
and has 300 acres in Alachua set aside for conservation area of the timber.Appearing TrusteeTo Thornton Odom 19, of Starke. "Great men, like nature, use George W. Roberts, Jr., FLORIDA.
County and approximately according to Sam Mutch area before the Edwards' 1969 Mercedes simple language." Chairman, Commissioner -
5.620 acres in Bradford coordinator for the North commissioners Monday was Join BoardNew sustained approximately $150In Vauvenargues District No. 2. I, Jeneva M. Flynn, Super-
Central Florida Regional William J. Winburn a spokesman damages, according to the Maxie Carter, Jr., Com- visor of Elections, Bradford
Dr. R.E. DopsonCHIROPRACTOR Planning Council. Mutch said for a broker who repre- Bradford County Hos- Starke Police accident reportand missioner District Mo. 3. County, State of Florida, do
discussion by Alachua County sents majority owner (approximately pital board trustee Daniel L Odom's Toyota received Ham Radio Course E.W. Hodges, Jr., Com- hereby certify that after due and
\ Commissioners has hinged on 5,500 acres) Williams of Hampton will about $300 in damages. Odom missioner District No. 4. diligent study and considerationof
864 Suite C N. 301 the Bradford County Com- Dorothy K. McMillan. Win- meet with the board: in its regular was charged by Starke Police Offered Hazel Paulk Commissioner that portion of this resolution
9. mission acting favorably on burn said the resolution statesto meeting Thursday, 7 with following too closely.A District No. 5. reflecting the changes in
6 Dally the resolution and then the Department of Natural one-car mishap took place Santa Fe Community Collegeis Hazel Paulk, Commissioner, election precincts and the
964-8018 receiving a favorable Resources the area is underTTEST p.m.Hospital administrator R.D. Saturday, March 12, at 3 a.m. offering an eightweekcourse District No.5, offered and boundaries thereof, do herewith -
Edmondson said items on the when James Mitchell Griffis in "Ham Radio Operation moved the adoption of the by my signature affixed
agenda will include: bids on a 23, of Starke momentarily and Practices" on above entitled resolution hereto, confirm by endorsementand I
phototimer an organizationalchart lost control of l his car and hit a Wednesday evenings following herewith: approval of such changesand
DRIVE and a contract for an power pole on Pratt Street. beginning April 6. WHEREAS, The Legislature designations, and In com-
-l anest tetist. Damage to Griffis' 1975 Ford Classes will be held at7 p.m. of the State of Florida amended pliance with the provisions of
Other items will be appoint was estimated at $650. Griffiswas in B-04 at the College's North Section 98.031 Florida Chapter 98 Section 98.031,
ment of committees by chair charged by Starke Police west Campus 3000 N.W. 83rd Statutes, with an effective date Florida Statutes, recommend,
man Billy Dampier and a report with careless driving. Street. of January 1, 1977 pertaining to without reservation, that the
from hospital auditor Starke Police reported a "We will cover all the basicsof making certain changes in Board of County Com-
William Crippen. minor motorcycle accident ham radio operation Including Election Precinct boundariesthat missioners, Bradford County
Monday afternoon, March 14, the new Federal would require such precincls Florida, concur, approve and
Communications Com- to conform to clearly adopt the same as herein
I RabbitMILLERBROWN mission's rules and regula- recognizable and observable provided for.
375-1297 KSVS"* 964-6061 tions which make it a little boundaries for each Election Jeneva M. Flynn, Supervisor of
STARKEWAYNE easier to get on the air and Precinct. Such boundaries must Elections
GAINESVILLE ". I <*..... talk to the world" said Santa coincide with visible features Bradford County State of
:;
04 } ::0; the
J Fe staff member Bob readily distinguishable on Florida.
Lightner who will teach the ground, such as highways, COUNTY COMMISSIONER
course. roads streets, railroads, rivers, DISTRICT NO.1.1 LAWTEY:
KINNEYSINCE For registration information streams and so forth. Commencing at the point of
contact Santa Fe's WHEREAS, in order to effect intersection of the county
1969 Community and Evening such change and to comply with graded road known as the Mark
Programs Office at 377-5161 the provisions of the amended
Lee Starling road, and the Sea-
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR extension 274.LEGALS. Section 98.031. Florida board Coastline Railroad, thencerun

MOTORS CId10s f., All Vaar lUifrliil... abolishment Statutes would of Election require Precinct the county East line to the thence Bradford-day run North

US-441 NORTH GAINESVILLE Quality Service Slat LicensedReeeoneblePricee No. /13-A, GRAHAM, 'and along the Bradford-Day county
Tt Election Precinct 15-B NEW
,
Inaured Bonded
line to the Bradford-Baker
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR RIVER and certain other county line, thence run West
.... ... No.
BRADFORD COUNTY, changes in Election Precinct along the Bradford-Baker

EtaGiLIE save UP tO 35 FLORIDACIVIL ACTION 7 boundaries, RENO neither conform of to whose the county Union county line to line the(New Bradford-River),

CASE NO. 77-107 amended requirements. thence run southwesterly along
ue 4 v IN RE: The Marriage of THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED the Bradford-Union county line
J.l4 4 OZ. CHIPS OR MICHAEL WAYNE TABER, by this body, the to its intersection with State
Husband Board of County Commissionersof Road 16, thence run southeas-
1 r I OZ. PRETZELS and the County of Bradford State terly along State Road 16 to its
LINDA JEAN TABER, Wife.. of Florida, and joined therein by intersection with Farmers Market
39<= NOTICE OF SUIT the duly elected Supervisor of Road thence run easterly
r /I TO: MICHAEL WAYNE TABER Elections of said county in a along Farmers Market Road to
j.1l41t
I_6IXNAMAIGAm DISCOUNT MICE, WAS W 1214 EAST PARKER, regular meeting duly assembled State Road 200 (Temple
/ I Ittp I ua tl we* M kiaf .Itf sue*. SHAWNEE, OKLAHOMA 74801 mutually agree to hereby sub- Avenue), thence run southerly
A lit I parryr[! ttttl. Cnsos art fury YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat scribe and approve to the redefinition along State Road 200 (Temple
"..lrld pttitt till .. Dual an action for Dissolution of of Election Precinct Avenue) to State Road 16
.. nay Han art ttHdenarititfe. trrerbp Marriage has been filed againstyou boundaries, in order to comply IBrownlee Street) to the Sea
Saana Itt ken! mud I
and you are required to with the provisions of the board Coastline Railroad thencerun
,.. Irtsa rttar ........
:: amended Rorida Statute Sec-
:: serve a copy of your written de- northerly along the Sea-
: fenses, if any, to it on RICHARDE. tion 98.031. board Coastline Railroad to its
WELTY, Attorney for BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED intersection with the Mark Lee
highThursday. prlCeS. l Petitioner whose address is 114 THAT- Starling road the said point of
It N. Walnut Street, P.O. Box 995 1 In accomplishing the desired beginning.
r Starke, Florida, 32091, and file changes that the boundaries IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE
the original with the Clerk of the of the affected County PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER
!
Friday and Saturday above-styled Court on or before Commissioner Districts be like 124 FLORIDA STATUTES
April 18, 1977, otherwise a wise re-defined in accorance County Commissioner DistrictNo.
Judgment may be entered with the provisions of Chapter 1 Lawtey is further sub-
I .,, against you for the relief de- 124 Florida Statutes pertaining divided into three ((31) Election,
MEN! WHY PAY SAYE 1.08A manded in the Petition- thereto, and that the requirements Precincts as follows:
SAVE 20% of said Chapter be observed -
j. ,' : S18-S1S FOR WITNESS my hand and the

:; i: : POLYESTER SUCKS 1 X ;r 2EVEREADT HE IIpI EAGLE 6/0":00' VINYL of seal March of Said 1977.Court on the 16 day 2 For. purposes of referenceand Lawtey Election; Election Precinct, Precinct No. No.1 -2

04'.1: B ( GARDEN NOSE GILBERT S. BROWN. AS description a general high- KELLY; Election Precinct No.
5 88 SAVE 21% --- 9V BATTERIES CLERK OF SAID COURT way map of Bradford County, as 3 CRAWFORD ... the said'precincts
3.88 prepared by the State being wholly confined
DISCOUNT PRICE WAS tM 2 94 1 44 uli III NIII FIRST PUBLICATION Topographic Office State of within the boundaries of County
HEAVY DUTY ..* Commissioner
DISCOUNT mice WAS- MARCH 17 1977. Florida Department of Trans District No.1.
1 Nets Klut trii,I mlMrmcd HMvi DISCOUNT PRICE WAS*.T< DISCOUNT PHICt WAS KfT M'BATTERY I nil urwntlaf. .torn vittrtat IM- portation, dated December, and the boundaries for each are
"."{' Jtn Kit I IOOH potyntnla / 4111F
saMs. pittas art talma pruts h MESH CASOALS TIE MOST SntafS aa tw il, Wield HMI art _1111 tan U MM tl Mir tit| 3/17 4tchg 4/7 1973 shall be used to graphically herewith separately described:
d SUM 2542. COMFORT FOR THE MOSSY! quill HdH MmHati tnatfjtaraittirin wit w/uM arm caajHefi..... l.|t define and outline each Com ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 1 -
Opea weave miss Hanluolt. "lhZ.lllht la t till ictanar.. tutu ,ac1. j S/l" MHtn axial mil watt tartat missioner District and each LAWTEY:
e i,1 liowa. blKt. !1-2.' Art Eili has toured. tin "prlci, err art cunt. cnutriKtiM mmn IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Election Precinct with the ap- Commencing at the point of
/ 1 writ Limit m M ell licit .*. IN* .*Ua| l tart far pml BRADFORD COUNTY proriate number being indicatedfor intersection of the Bradford-Day

FLORIDACIVIL each and further that the county line and State Road 200
ACTION written narrative description for (US 301)) thence run southwes-
CASE NO. 77-106 each Commissioner District, and terly along State Road 200 (US
NOTICE OF SUITIN Election Precinct shell be made 301)) to its intersection with
RE: The Marriage of RAY from such reference. A map indicating State Road 200-A. thence run
: MOND WADE HORN Husband the re-defined Com northerly along State Road 200-
*converse
: missioner District by name and A to the county graded road
: at VALUE PLUS! and number and labeled Exhibit' I I. known as the Crawford Road to
CHARYL LYNN HORN Wife. and a separate map indicating its intersection with State Road
3.88 SAYE 20% SAYE SAYE 36% TO: RAYMOND WADE HORN the re-defined, Election Precinctsby 16, thence run northwesterlyalong \
ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU name and number and State Road 16 to its inter
SUPER IOW DISCOUNT MICI 1.97 68C *1.00 ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat labeled Exhibit, are considered section with the Bradford Union
I I tmisi usmuu. SHOES an action for Dissolution of to be a part of this resolution. county line thence run north
21Y 1 L Ex rNLUE YLUS! FIR MEN WIO fUT TI WIN! DISCOUNT nice WAI1dT DISCOUNT PIIICI WASH DISCOUNT ruici WAS 1/4$C Marriage has been filed against 3- To comply with the pro easterly along the Bradford-
\ SIM'dy CSlYas wont\ iM-sllo loin STAIRLESS STEEL CMKWARI itf 121-12 CUll rim FILM vim nm POI eu.liflrt NNE you and you are required to visions of Chapter 124.02 ((1)), Union county line to the Brad.
s HH&IIlhl kr |t. Mil'l alllS l J 12. Tear sides 1 |t. If 2 2.96 4. 9 6 I" ikiM. anar ants uaartai. autos 12 etaw upturn par rat dip i pr/teetlit ItairsM la eaton. if any, to it on RICHARDE. Change of Boundaries of Commissioners East along the Bradford
DISCOUNT PIIICE WAS Jill SUPER LOW DIScouNT MICE WELTY, Attorney for Petitioner Districts and Election Baker county line to the BrA<1
whose address is 114 N. Precincts that descriptions of ford-Clay county line thence>
SMUT !LIST! SNITS I II MAKE TIE FASNIII SCENE! L rI e Walnut Street, P.O. Box 995 such boundaries be published in run South along the Bradfor-1
CLEAN CRISP COLORS IN A SCENIC PPIIMT SNIRTSmotft m Starke, Florida 32091. and file the Bradford County Telegraph Clay county line to its
I nt Muss!! Luary err ptrjtstn IdflVi pointer loots 1 litiMutifiMil the original with the Clerk of the a weekly newspaper in its issues tersection with State Road 2 X
cattai Mel. Mea I S.M.UIL "",, IMI Jt_'!"l. I to U. Court of March 17 (IUS
above-styled on or before March 24, March 301)) the said point .a>
..... April 18, 1977, otherwise a 31 and April 7, 1977 beginning.

U P YNLUE FLU 'r'" __ Judgment may be entered 4 In the written descriptions. ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 2
a r9 r against you for the relief demanded for each County Commissioner KELLY
1 t VALUE PLUS! sm T.OO Val E PL13! in the Petition. District, and each Election Precinct Commencing at the point of
WITNESS my hand and seal described within the city intersection of the Bradford CU..
/ 1 SUPM IOW DISCOUNT /ARC! 3 96 2.96DISCOUNT 5.881r of said Court on the 16th day of limits of Starke Florida, the county line and State Road 200
March, 1977.FIRST currently existing boundaries for (US 301)) thence run southwesterly -
9 HER'S I" WART AM SUPER tow DISCOUNT paici
ROOTS
PIIICE WAS
SOMA tow DISCOUNT paici
PUBLICATION: each district and: each precinct along State Road 200
ROUT FOR NARO WORK 24-PKCE tUSSWUE SET 04. aienie ALARM lUll 1140.111140. SMUT SET MARCH 17, 1977 have not been change or altered (US 301)) to the county graded
/ N iv> try M'rt'* ElfM tick I M. Mice lint I U.avtMf r Mil. attt iKtMi ....... pease UN W she 111Mn talartftt GILBERT S. BROWN. AS within the said city limits and road leading to Saxton, thence
I nntait rape wKJ. TN. Jiin MI acts.I 12 U taaWir.iM. irm |t. U. mnart|. ...... icearitilMVE t 'A" arhi 17-ptata trt. CLERK OF SAID COURTBy the map of the City of Starke run easterly along the Saxton

"'; "M Marian McRae, Deputy currently in use describing the road to its interesection, with the
CAN NO : boundaries of each district and Seaboard Coastline Railroad
31y =i VALUE US! G r.' .. Clerk each precinct remain in full force thence run southwesterly along
and effect as approved by the Seaboard Coastline Railroadto
NOTICE resolution adopted by the Boardof its intersection with the
: PUBLIC HEARINGA County Commissioners on county graded road known as
DISCOUNT PIIICE WAS1Af SUPEa IOW DISCOUNT PIIICE / December 3, 1963 and in accordance the Mark Lee Starling road,
CML I CASIAU HER'S WARH-IP JACKETS IT t Y' c w:{ public hearing will be held at with the amended provisions thence run easterly along the
RUT MIT POLO SNIRTS SIPEI WARM-IP PRICE! YAItl US! SAYE 11% Vutlt E! the City Hall, Starke Fla. Monday of Section 98031, Mark Lee Starling road to its In-
Placid (rait Styli m iisicvtpatrtitar Witir rtpitnt it.e w/M lit VALUE PLUS April 4, 1977 at 5.00 P.M. changes of district, and precinct tersection with the Bradford-
t cattia kuts. I.M.LIL hit, tlittlclitt witflt. S ti XL 8.8 for the following purpose boundaries within the city limits Clay county line, thence run
1.88 11.88 1.8 rezoning from R-1 to of Starke Florida are hereby North along the Bradford-day

SUPER low DISCOUNT PHICt SUPEa LOW DISCOUNT PRICE DIxouNT MIC! WAS 3.4, wMA sow DISCOUNT nette Professional (Offices) at the waived until the next odd- county line to its interesection
I CIUNFILIITAS CASIAU mm. POM un surMvtn following locations: numbered year namely, 1979. with State Road 200 (US 301)),
IMU SRAIOLAR CILOalllISH FAUCIS CANNON TIWILS .
/ 10! 1 J.D. Odom 5 A copy of this resolution, the said of
FIN WINES 01 THE point beginning.
lad 41r art r Ip11
& ,faraaai. la cucntutl Ira lean rent Kceurfe la Fr mN
I tat* the. wttctiei tufi tt| CM Irak HIM I aictnlt. IS .. out tort 22 t des lan tin.UYI3IX lead Ilex tit Mtel r.YA.I 1. Lot in Starke 262' N and S including Exhibit I I. redefining ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 3 -
M emlart DUI M ,..1eI. Sit by 210' E and W bounded N by the County Commissioner Districts CRAWFORD:
Pratt Street and East by Lake and Exhibit II, re-defining Commencing at the point of
4. I SAVE l/x NIWITKCLEROLLOIANTV curt P1131 Street Located at Intersection the Election Precincts thereof intersection of the county
( VASELINE PINE SVPIRPM0PLT1PIM of North Lake Street and West be appropriately recorded upon graded road leading to Saxton
PfTROLEINIJEU.T PIISP1RUT Pratt Street. the minutes of this Board and and the Seaboard Coastline
y TV* smut Signed: AI Crosby, Chairman, filed with the official records of Railroad thence run southerly
63cI 1.19x"\5.96 Starka Zoning Board Merrill this body, as constituting' the'official along the Seaboard Coastline
) Edwards, City Clerk, CIty of action of this board on Railroad to State Road 16

VALUE /LtlSt1 EA tlI T 3% WASU WASIAt 1 td PRICE SAVE 24% Starke.: the qt-ntion of re-defiring the (Brownlee Street), thence run
tm 11% Comrn siorer Districts and the westerly along State Road 16
SAYE 30x ILEEM nTOOTHPASTE PAYE 1.81 Itpd_3/17 Election Precincts of Bradford (Brownlee Street) to State Road
3.97 I2n3:0 0 / oz. jiioEis ecu NO. 1 SIZE 2!1 0 County, Florida. 200 (Temple Avenue), thencerun
SUPM low DISCOUNT MICE Disc MICE WAS UP TO 2JMfSNWtP WATER WAIN POR / METAL Must DISCOUNT MIDI wAi.lf 0 in compliance with the northerly along State Rood
JUM PHI SITS WMWWHIUinPUT SIMMER TOPS ALL FIN[ FYNNS TOONCfC MAHMI jX 111A" VlTt q1 provisions of Chapter 124 Sec. 200 (Temple Avenue) to the
tion 124.03 'Florida Statutes Farmers Market Road thence
ATSERUTMMALSAflKSCatatt RESOLUTION TO REDEFINETHE
3.99WAS4.M M' elr
w,7c MI IoWrs It'r'
MM cattta tfaaMi ar saM.. calarmtftar I ttfrtcki tit tap ar IcalarM WAS it traallartttt.taliSuper 11W. BOUNDARIES OF pertaining to the boundaries of run westerly along .Fjmm; Market -
cattia. l. t..... HI 1111W. Oat Hit (Its at WAS ftI (u.M n COUNTV COMMISSIONER the County Commissioner Dis- Road to Stawfload 16.
DISTRICTS AND. THE ELEC- tricts, and to the provisions of thence run northwesterly along
EAGLE THE CONVENIENT 312W.MadisonSt. .Reg. & Klngt ; 100',. TION PRECINCTS THEREOF IN amended, ,Section 98.031 State Road 16 to the county
FAMILY 'DISCOUNT STORES I CIGARETTES 48 BRADFORD COUNTY Ftor"to Stvulmtv pertaining to graded road known at the Crawford -
964.7513 $411 Carter 141 .: arc crwnge boundaries of Election Road thence
Op r> daily 3 til 9 SuncJ y til 6 FLORIDA IN COMPLIANCE run easterly
Precinct, and Exhibit I and along the Crawford Road tol



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March 17' 1971 TELEGRAPH .page5B

LEGAL LEGAL LEGFI L I


State Road 200-A, thence run .'" ,

southerly along State Road 200- and Intersection of State Road 100 Commencing ,, at 'the Inter, Alachua county line to Its Intersection (New River) to Its Intersectionwith Street, Starke, Bradford j .'
A to State Road 200 (US 301)), State Road 225, thence run section of State Road 230 and with the West line of State Road 100, thence run County, Florida, 32091, Intend IN' THE CIRCUIT COURT, Data of the first publication of '
thence run southerly along State northerly along State Road 225 to said fictitious name EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT this Notice of Administration: 1
to Its the Bradford-day county line, Section 22, Township 8 South, southeasterly along State Road roister
\ road 200 (US 301)) to the county Road 229 intersection with State thence run South along the, Range 22 East the said point of 100 to its Intersection with the provisions of aforesaid AND FOR BRADFORD March 17, 1977 .. 'J
thence /BOBBY EUGENE OVAL Aa +/
graded road leading to Saxton, run southerly Bradford-day county line to the beginning. West line of Range 21 East, statute. COUNTY, FLORIDA. ':
thence run easterly along the along State Road 229 to Its Intersection southernmost right-of-way of ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 12 thence ru South along the Thomas and Augustine PROBATE DIVISION Personal Representative of the i
with State Estate of Thelma B. Dyal, f 'I
Saxton road to its Intersectionwith 229A Road. State Road 18, thence run LINCOLN CITY: West line of Range 21 East to its Nixon, Joint owners. FILE NO. 77-67-CP 0'
the Seaboard Coastline thence run northeasterlyand Dated this 17th of March IN RE: ESTATE OF WALTER H.
northerly and westerly along Commencing at the Intersection Intersection with State Road 18, day ce.
Railroad, the said point of its east intersection along State with Road 229Ato State Road 18 to Its Intersectionwith of Call Street (State thence run easterly along State A.D. 1977 at Starke, Florida NOLAN, Deceased. sAL LETA SPARKS of the, 0 i
State
beginning. Road 16 State Road 100, thence run Road 230 and Walnut Street, Road 18 to Its Intersection with NOTICE OF Pal
thence northwes- Thelma B. Oval,
COUNTY COMMISSIONER run northwesterly along State Road thence run easterly along Call State Road 225, at Graham, 3/17 4tpd 47PBLIC & d
terly along State Road .
'. 16 to Its ADMINISTRATONTO
DISTRICT NO.2 BAYLESS: 100 to Water Street, within the Street to its intersection with thence run South on State Road
intersection
Commencing at the point of Union with the Bradford- city limits of Starke, Florida, Water Street, thence run 225 to its Intersecti with the NOTICE CLAIMS OR DEMANDS ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
intersection of State Road 100 county line (New River). continuing northerly along southerly along Water Street to county line A hearing will be held AGAINSTTHEABOVE ESTATE REPRESENTATIVE:

and the Bradford-Union countyline the thence run "outbwasterty along" Water Street to Its Intersectionwith State Road 100, continuing (Same Fe River), thence run April 4, 19 at 10 a.m., for the AND ALL OTHER PERSONS George H. Pierce, Esquire

(New River), thence run (New Bradford-Unlon county line Call Street (State Road southerly on State Road 100 to northwesterly along the Brad purpose adopting a planned INTERESTED IN THE P.O. Drawer 10
southeasterly along State Road River, ) to its intersection 230)) thence ford-Alachua line ( unit ordinance. ESTATE Starke 31
with run easterly along its intersection with the county county deeomt YOU ARE HEREBY
100 to Its intersection with Pratt State Road 100, thence run Call Street (State Road 230)) to graded road known as the Fe River) to its convergence with At tim interested persons that the administration of the Telephone:

Street, thence run North and southeasterly 100 along State Road Bessant Road, thence run East Meng's\ Dairy Rood thence run the Bradford-Union county line will be heard. estate of Walter H. de
,
to Its 3/24
then East on Pratt Street to its intersection with State along Bessant Road to the westerly along the Meng's Dairy (New River), the said point of A copy of said ordnance is Number Nan 3/172tchg
Road
intersection with 225, the said point available in the cea Fie a
Orange Street of
easterly boundary of the City of Road to its intersection with beginning. pending In the Circuit Court
thence run South on Orange COUNTY'COMMISSIONER Starke thence run South along State Road 221, thence run After discussion and consideration cuit Court's office for interestedp' for Bradford County, Florida, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO 1

Street to its intersection with DISTRICT NO. 3 the easterly boundary of the City northwesterly along State Road of all references, exhibits inspection Probate Division the address of REGISTER SAID FICTITIOUS 1
BLAN-
Call Street, thence run easterly DING: of Starke to Its intersection with 221 to its intersection with State recommendations and ROBERTS, Chairman, which Is Bradford County Court NAMEPursuant 1

along Call Street to Bessant Commencing at the point, of State Road 230, thence run Road 200 (US 301)), thence run boundaries, and other facts Bradford County Commissioners Starke, Florida, 32091. to Section 866.09 j

Road thence run East along intersection of the southernmost easterly along State Road 230 to northeasterly along State Road hereto applying, Maxle Carter, hus personal representative of Florida Statutes, notice Is 4

Bessant Road to the East right-of-way of State Road 18 Its Intersection with the Brad 200(US 301)) to Walnut Street in Jr. Commissioner, District 3, 1tchg 317IN the estate is Hazel H. Nolan, hereby given that the undersigned ,I

boundary of the City of Starke, and the Bradford-day county ford-day county line, the said Starke, RorIda, thence run seconded the motion of whose address is P.O. Box 23, Earl R. and Shirley
thence run North along the East line, thence run northerly and point of beginning. northerly along Walnut Street to Commissioner Paulk for the THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Graham, Florida. The name and Boone Route 2, Box 161-C \
BRADFORD
boundary of the City of Starke to westerly along State Road 18 to COUNTY COMMISSIONER Its intersection with Call Street adoption of the resolution, COUNTY, of the personal repre Starke, Florida, 32091, doing

its intersection with Alligator its intersection with State Road DISTRICT NO. 4 HAMPTON: (State Road 230)), the said pointof including the Exhibits referred to FLORIDA are' attorney are set forth business under the firm name of"BRADFORD I,

Canal, thence follow the westerly 100 thence run northwesterlyalong Commencing at the intersection beginning. herein and made a part of this File Number7-8C below. SEPTIC TANK

course of Alligator Canal to State Road 100 to Water of the southernmost COUNTY COMMISSIONER resolution, and after being ( ) SERVICE," Rote 2, Box 161-C.

the northeast comer of Lot Nine Street, within the city limits of right-of-way of State Road 18 DISTRICT NO. 5 BROOKER: joined in session by Mrs. Jeneva IN RE: ESTATE OF GERALD O. All persons having claim o Starke, Bradford Count
WHITE Deceased
((9)) Blending Subdivision, thencerun Starke Florida continuing and the Bradford-day county Commencing at the point of M. Flynn, Supervisor of Election demands against the estate are Florida, 32091, intend to

westerly along the North line northerly along Water Street to line, thence run northerly and convergence of the Bradford- Bradford County, Florida, NOTICE OFADMINISTRTION required WITHIN THREE said fictitious nam unr the
of Lot Nine ((9)) Blanding Sub- its intersection with Call Street westerly along State Road 18 to Alachua county line (Santa Fe the said motion was then put to MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF provisions of statute.

division to the intersection of (State Road 230)) thence run its Intersection with State Road River) and the Bradford-Union a vote an unanimously approved TO THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF Earl R and Shirley Boone,

Jackson and St. pair Streets, easterly along Call Street (State 100, thence run northwesterlyalong county line (New River), thencerun by' the affirmative votes of CLAIMS OR DEMANDS THIS NOTICE, to file with the joint owners. '
AGAINSTTHEABOVE ESTATE
continuing westerly along Jack Road 230)) to Bessant Road, State Road 100 to Water northeasterly along the Commissioner D.L. Shuford, clerk of the above court a Dated this 10th day of March.
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
son Street to the Seaboard thence run East along Bessant! Street, within the city limits of Bradford-Union county line District 1, Commissioner George written statement of any claim A.D. 19 at Starke, Florida. ,
INTERESTED IN THE
Coastline Railroad, thence run Road to the easterly boundary of Starke Florida, continuing nor- (New River) to its Intersectionwith W. Roberts, Jr., District 2, and ESTATE: or demand they may have. Each 3/10 331IN

northerly along the Seaboard the City of Starke, thence run therly along Water Street to its State Road 100, thence run Commissioner E.W. Hodges, YOU ARE HEREBY claim must be in writing and
that the administration of the
Coastline Railroad to its intersection North along the easterly Intersection with Call Street southeasterly along State Road District 4. must indicate the basis for the THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR

with Adkins Street, boundary of the City of Starke to (State Road 2301) thence run 100 to the westerly boundary of Gorge W. Roberts, Jr., estate of GERALD File Number O. WHITE, claim, the name and address of BRADFORD COUNTY,

thence run westerly along Ad- its intersection with Alligator westerly along Call Street to its the City of Starke continuing Board of County decease 7-8 the creditor or his agent o FLORIDA I
in the
kins Street to its intersection Canal, thence run along thewesterly intersection with Walnut Street, along State Road 100 (Madison Commissioners, Bradford Cp, pending attorney, and the amount PROBATE DIVISION
with State Road 200 (Temple course of Alligator thence run southerly along Wal- Street) to its intersection with County, State of Florida Court for Bradford County, claimed If the claim is not ye File Number

Avenue), thence run northerly Canal to the southeast comer of nut Street to its intersection with Pratt Street, thence run North Attest: Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk Florida, Probate Division, the due, the date when it wi b DivisionIN
address of which is P.O. DrawerB
along State Road 200 (Temple Lot Eight ((8)) Blanding Sub- State Road 200 (US 301)), and East on Pratt Street to its Intersection of the Circuit Court, and ex- come due shall b th RE: ESTATE OF BERTHA
Starke Florida 32091. The
,
Avenue) to Farmers Market Division thence run westerly continuing southerly along State with Orange Street, officio Secretary, Board of claim is contingent or un SASSE, Deceased
of the
Road, thence run westerly along along the south line of Lot Eight Road 200 (US 301)) to hs inter thence run South on Orange County Commissioners, Brad- estate personal is representative HENRY GEORGE liquidated, the nature of the unCertainty NOTICE OF

Farmers Market Road to State ((8)) Blanding Sub-Division to the section with State Road 227, Street to Its intersection with ford County, Fla. shall be stte If the ADMINISTRATIONTO
WHITE, whose address is 2,
Road 16, thence run northwesterly intersection of Jackson and St. thence run westerly and Call Street, thence run easterly A. claim is secured, security ALL PERSONS HAVING
Box 497 Melrose Florida
along State Road 16 Clair Streets, continuing southerly along State Road 227 along Call Street to its Intersection CERTIFICTEI 36. shall be described The claimant CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
The and address
to the Bradford-Union county westerly along Jackson Street to to its intersection with State with Walnut Street name shall deliver sufficient copies of AGAINSTTHEABOVE ESTATE

line (New River), thence run its intersection with the Seaboard Road 18, continuing westerlyand thence run southerly along Walnut I, Gilbert, S. Brown, Clerk of personal representative's forth below. attorney the claim to the clerk to enable AND ALL OTHER PERSONS

southwesterly along the Coastline Railroad, thencerun southerly along State Road Street to State Road 200 the Circuit Court of Bradford are s the clerk to mi one copy to INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
All
Bradford-Union county line to its northerly along the Seaboard 18 to its Intersection with State (US 3011), continuing southerly County, Florida, and ex-officto- demands persons havings the estate claim o each representative.All YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat

intersection with State Road Coastline Railroad to its Raod 225, at Graham, thencerun along State Road 200 (US 301)to ) Secretary of the Board of against WITHIN THREE are persons interested in the the administration of the e

100, the said point of beginning. intersection with Adkins Street, South along State Road 225 its intersection with State County Commissioners, Bradford required, estate of whom a copy of this tate of BERTHA SASSE de
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE thence run westerly along Ad to its Intersection with the Brad- Road 227, thence run westerlyand County, Florida, DO HERE THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF Notice of Administration has cea.File ,
PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER kins Street to its intersectionwith ford-Alachua county line (Santa southerly along State Road BY CERTIFY, that the attache been mailed are required Court for Bradford
THIS NOTICE to file with the
124, FLORIDA STATUTES, State. Road 200 (Temple Fe River), thence run southerly 227 to State Road 18, continuing and foregoing is a tr clerk of the above court a WITHIN THREE MONTHS County, Florida, Probate
County Commissioner District Avenue), thence run northerly and easterly along the Bradford- westerly and southerly along correct copy of a resolution redefining written statement of claim FROM THE DATE OF THE Division, the address of which is

No. 2 Bayless, is further subdivided along State Road 200 (Temple Alachua county line (Santa Fe State Road 18 to its intersectionwith the County Com demand have.any Each FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Bradford County Courthus

into three ((3)) Election Avenue) to its intersection with River) to its intersection with the State Road 225 at Graham, missioner Districts 1 through 5, o claim must they be may in writing and NOTICE TO File any objections Starke Florida The persona re-

Precincts as follows: State Road 16 (Brownlee Putnam county line, thence run thence run South on State Road and the Election Precincts thereof they may have that challenges presentative of the is
indicate the basis the
Election Precinct No. 4 Street), thence run easterly East along the Putnam county 225 to its intersection with the numbered 1 through 15, of must fo the validity of the deceentsWIll LORRAINE NOLES whose
claim the and address of
LEGION HALL; Election Pre- along State Road 16 (Brownlee line to the Bradford-Clay county Bradford-Alachua county line the Count of Bradford, State of the creditor, name his the o address is Route 1 1. Hahira,

cinct No. 5 PLEASANT Street) to its intersection with line thence run North along the (Santa Fe River), thence run adopted by the and or the agent or personal representative, o the Georgia The name and address

GROVE; Election Precinct No. 6 the Seaboard Coastline Rail- Bradford-day county line to its northeasterly along the Brad Board of County Commissionersat attorney,If the claim is amount venue or jurisdiction of the of the personal representative's
intersection with the southernmost ford-Alachua line its regular meeting duly claim. n va court. arc forth below.
VANDERBILT; ." the said road, thence run northerly alongthe county (Santa cale date when it be- attorney s pAll
precincts being wholly confined Seaboard Coastline Railroadto right-of-way of State Road Fe River) to its convergence with and held on Monday, come due shall be stated. If the ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS pros having claims or
18 the saidpoint of beginning.IN the Bradford-Union line and appearing of record in the estate are
within the boundaries of County its intersection with a county county 19 claim is contingent un AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
COMPLIANCE WITH THE New the said of of said board in o required, WITHIN THREE
Commissioner District No.2, graded road known as Mark Lee ( River), point liquidated, the nature of the un- FILED WILL BE FOREVER
PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER Mnute Book No. 11 of MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
boundaries for each are beginning.IN
and the Starling Road thence run th certainty shall be stated. If the BARRED.
124, FLORIDA STATUTES COMPLIANCE WITH THE Board of County THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
herewith separately described: the Mark Lee
easterly along
claim is secured, the security Date of the first publication of
County Commissioner DistrictNo. PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER missioners. THIS NOTICE, to file with the
PRECINCT NO.4 Road
ELECTION its intersectionwith
Starling to
shall The claimant this Notice of Administration
LEGION HALLCommencing the Bradford-Day 4 Hampton, is further 124, FLORIDA STATUTES.Coonty' ',J FURTHER CERTIFY that Exhibits b derib. : clerk of the above court a
county .
ofMthe March 17 1977.
at the intersection line the southernmost sub-divided into three ((3)) Commissioner District (-and4l.as I > referred-1o in ,shall suficiet copies written statement of .any gjmior
to
right- claim to to enable Hazel H. Nolan, As Personal Representative -'
of State Road 16 and State of-way of State Road 18, the Election Precincts as follows: No. 5 Brooker, is further sub- the resolution, have been made the clerk' to mail to of the Estate demand they may havg'Jiach;"
copy
Election Precinct No. 10 of the official records of o o claim must be in and n
Road 229A, thence run said point of beginning. divided into three ((3)) Election a part each personal representative. Walter H. Nolan Deceased writing
State Road IN COMPLIANCE THERESSA; Election Precinct Precincts as follows: the Board of County Com must indicate the basis for the
southeasterly along WITH THE All persons interested in the Attorney for Personal
No. 11 HAMPTON Election missioners. claim, the and address of
16 to Farmers Market Road PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER ; Election Precinct No. 13 estate to whom a copy of this Representative name
124 Precinct No. 12 LINCOLN ROWELL; Section Precinct No. WITNESS MY HAND AND the creditor or his agent or
along FLORIDA
easterly
thence run STATUTES Notice of Administration has MAHON, FARLEY ft VICKERS
Farmers Market Road to State County Commissioner DistrictNo. CITY ,.. the said precincts being 14 SAMPSON; Election OFFICIAL SEAL, at Starke been mailed are required By Harry B. Mahon attorney, and the amount
wholly confined within the Precinct No. 15 BROOKER Bradford County, this claimed. If the claim is not
Road 200 (Temple Avenue), 3 Blanding is further ; Floid. WITHIN THREE MONTHS 350 East Adams Street ye
boundaries of County Commissioner .. 7th day of March, due, the date when it become
thence run southerly along State sub-divided into three ((3)) the said precincts being 19. FROM THE DATE OF THE Jacksonville, Florida 32202 wi
District No. 4, and the confined within Gilbert S. Brown, of the due shall be .
Road 200 (Temple Avenue) to Election Precincts as follows: wholly the FIRST PUBLICATION OF THISNOTICE Telephone I th
State Road 16 (Brownlee Election Precinct No. 7 boundaries for each are herewith boundaries of County Commissioner Circuit Court an ex-officio to file any objections 934 claim is contingent or

Street), thence run northwesterly RENO; Election Precinct No. 8 separately described. District No.5. and the Secretary, County have that challenge 2tchg 324IN liquidated the nature of the uncertainty -
ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 10 my 3/1 shall be stated. If the
Commissioners Bradford
along State Road 16 to the SEABOARD; Election boundaries for each are herewith the validity of the decedent's

North line of the SW quarter of Precinct No. SI KEYSTONE ... THERESSA: separately Described: County, State of Florida will, the qualifications of the THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR claim is secured, the security

SW quarter Section 21, Town- the said precincts being wholly Commencing at the intersection ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 13 3/17 4tchg 47REQUEST personal representative, or the BRADFORD COUNTY shall be described. The claimant
22 East of State Road 100 and ROWELL; shall deliver sufficient copies of
confined within
ship 6 South, Range the boundaries'of venue jurisdiction of the FLORIDA
thence run West along the North County Commissioner DistrictNo. the county graded road knownas Commencing at the point of FOR BIDS court. o PROBATE DIVISION the claim to the clerk to enable

line of said quarter section and 3, and the boundaries for the Meng's Dairy Road intersection of the Seaboard ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS File Number the clerk to mail one copy to

extension thereof, to State Road each are herewith separately thence run southeasterly along Coastline Railroad and the West Chain Unk Fencing, 1,150 feet AND OBJECTIONS' NOT SO Division File 7-97.C. ( ) each personal representative.All .

229 (Brownlee Road), thencerun described: State Road 100 to its intersection lin of Range 21 East, thence run long; 10 gauge; 4 foot high; 1- FILED WILL BE FOREVER IN RE: ESTATE OF THELMA B. persons interested in the
northwesterly along State ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 7 with State Road 18, northeasterly along the Sea- five-eightle" top rail. 2" line BARRED. DYAL, Deceased. estate to whom a copy of this

Road 229 to its intersection with RENO: thence run easterly and board Coastline Railroad to its post, fabricated of Galvanizedand Date of the first publication of NOTICE OF Notice of Administration has

State Road 229A, thence run Commencing at the point of southerly following the intersection with Epperson Chromate Coate Steel. this Notice of Administration: ADMINISTRATIONTO been mailed are required,

north and easterly along State intersection of the county southernmost right-of-way of Road thence run Nh along Top Rail and Line are to be March 17, ALL PERSONS HAVING WITHIN THREE MONTHS
Road 229A to its intersection graded road known as the Mark State Road 18, to its intersectionwith Epperson Road inter- all galvanized steel. Gates are to Henry 19. Personal CLAIMS OR DEMANDS FROM THE DATE OF THE

with State Road 16, the said Lee Starling Road and the the Bradford-day county section with Francis Street b 2.10 foot and 3.4 foot. Representative A the AGAINST TH ABOVE ESTATE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS

point of beginning. Seaboard Coastline Railroad line, thence run South along the thence run westerly along Bid are to be submitted in Estate of GERALD O. WHITE, AND ALL OTHER PERSONS NOTICE, to file any objections

ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 5 thence run southerly along Bradford-day county line to the Francis Street to its intersectionwith salad envelopes to the perk of Deceased. INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: they may have that challenges

PLEASANT GROVE: the Seaboard Coastline Railroad, Putnam county line thence run Pratt Street, thence run Broker on or by the 12th day of ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat the validity of the dcedent'sWIll.

Commencing at the intersection to its intersection with State West along the Putnam county northerly and east along Pratt April, 1977 at 7:30: P.M. REPRESENTATIVE: the administration of the the

of State Road 225 and State Road 16 (Brownlee Street), line to the BradfordAlachuacounty Street to its Intersection with Council reserves th right to Myron C. Prevail, Jr. estate of Thelma B. Oval, deceased personal representative, or the

Road 100 thence run southeas- thence run easterly along State line, thence run northerlyand Orange Street, thence run ret any or all P.O. Drawer 798 File Number 77-97-CP venue o jurisdiction of the

terly along State Road 100 to its Road 16 I Brownlee Street) to its westerly along the Bradford- South on Orange Street to its intersection Keystone Heights Florida 32656 ( -2610)), is pending in the Circuit court.

intersection with Pratt Street, intersection with the Bradford- Alachua county line to its intersection with Call Street 1thcg 3/17 Telephone (1904)) 473.4 Court for Bradford County, ALL CLAMS, DEMNDS.

thence run North and East on Day county line, thence run with the West line of thenca run easterly on Call Florida, Probate Division, the AND OBJECTIONS
Pratt Street to its intersectionwith North along the Bradford-day Section 22, Township 8 South Street to its Intersection with IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR 3/17 2tchg 3/24 address of which is Bradford FILED WILL BE FOREVER

Orange Street thence run county line to its intersection Range 22 East thence run North Walnut Street, thence run BRADFORD COUNTY Courthouse, Starke, BARRED.

South along Orange Street to its with the Mark Lee Starling along said section line, and extension southerly on Walnut Street to its FLORIDACIVIL IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Count Aori. The co-personal representatives Date of the first publication of
thereof, to State Road intersection State Road 200 ACTION this Notice of Administration:
intersection with Call Street, Road thence run westerly alongthe EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF of the estate are
thence run easterly along Call Mark Lee Starling Road to its 18. thence run westerly along (US 301)), thence run southerlyon CASE NO. 7795IN FLORIDA IN AND FOR Boy Dyal and Alm March 10. 197
Street to Bessant Road thencerun intersection with the Seaboard State Road 18 to its intersectionwith State Road 200 (US 301)) to RE: The Marriage of JAMES BRADFORD COUNTY Euge, address is Lorraine Personal Representative

East along Bessant Road to Coastline Railroad the said the county graded road its intersection with State Road HENRY DEAN, Husbandand CIVIL ACTION unlisted. The name and address of the Estate of'

the East boundary of the City of point of beginning. beginning in Section 28, Township 227, thence run southwesterlyalong CASE No. 77-89 of the personal representative'sattorney Bertha Sasse, Deceased.
Starke thence run North along ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 8 7 South, Range 22 East, State Road 227 to its LULA MAE DEAN Wife. are forth below. ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
thence run northerly along said OF SUIT MORTGAGEFORECLOSURE s REPRESENTATIVE:
the East boundary of the City of SEABOARD: Intersection with State Road 18 NOTICE All persons having claim
graded road to its intersectionwith continuing on State Road 18 to TO: LULA MAE DEAN Mack S. Futch
the
Starke to its intersection with Commencing at the Intersec- FARMERS AND DEALERS demands against estate are
Alligator Canal, thence follow tion of State Road 16 (Brownlee the Meng's Dairy Road its intersection with the West 1372 WASHINGTON AVENUE BANK, A banking corporation, require WITHIN THREE P.O. Drawer 1030
the westerly course of Alligator Street) and the Seaboard Coast- thence run East along theMeng's line of Range 21 East thence run APARTMENT 16A Plaintiff FROM THE DATE OF Starke Florida 301 (,

Canal to the northeast corner of line Railroad thence run easterly Dairy Road to its inter North along the West line of BRONX, NEW YORK 11213 -vs- THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF Telephone;

Lot Nine ((9)) Blanding SubDivision -- along State Road 16 to the section with State Road 100 the Range 21 East to its intersectionwith YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat DONEL STOKES, single, THIS NOTICE, to file with the
thence run westerly Bradford-Clay county line, said point of beginning. the Seaboard Coastline an action for dissolution of Defendant. clerk of the above court a 3/10/ 2chQ 317NOTICE

along the north line of Lot Nine thence run South along the ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 11 Railroad, the said point of marriage has been filed aaina NOTICE OF SUIT written statement of any claim

191) Blanding Sub-Division to the Bradford-Day county lire to its HAMPTON: beginning. you and you are PROPERTYTO O demand they may have. Each OF SHERIFF'SSALE
intersection of Jackson and St. intersection with State Road Commencing at the point of ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 14 serve a copy of your written defenses : DONEL STOKES, address claim must be in writing ar4mustindicate

Clair Streets, continuing wes- 230, thence run westerly along intersection of the West line of SAMPSON: if any to it on RICHARDE. unknown the basis fo the

terly along Jackson Street to the State Road 230 to the easterly Section 22. Township 8 South, Commencing at the point of WELTY, Attorney for YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat claim, the name and address of Notice is hereby given tht I I.

Seaboard Coastline Railroad, boundary of the City of Starke, Range 22 East, and the Brad- intersection of the Seaboard Petitioner, whose address is 114 an action to foreclose the the creditor or his agent o Dolph E. Reddish, a of

thence run northly along the thence run North along the ford-Alachua county line, Coastline Railroad and the West N. Walnut Street P.O. Box 995. following in BradfordCty attorney, and the amount Bradford County Forid under
thence run North along said sec line of Range 21 East thence Starke, Florida, 32091. file pror and by virtue of
Seaboard Coastline Railroad to easterly boundary of the City of run a : If the claim i not Wrt
claim.
its intersection with Adkins Starke to its intersection with tion line and extension thereof northeasterly along the Sea- the original with the the Three ((3)) and Four ((4)), du date when will y Execution, to-wit: / I
to State Road 18 thence. run board Coastline Railroad its above-styled Court on or before Lts Execution issued out of
Street thence run westerly Alligator Canal, thence follow to Eight ((8)) CORLLOTTA, come due shall be stated. )If the
Of Alligator westerly along State Road 18 to intersection with Epperson April 18, 1977, otherwise a is Count Court of Da County,
along Adkins Street to its Inter- the westerly course UNIT ONE according to plat recorded claim contingent or un
section with State Road 200 Canal to the southeast corner of its intersection with the county Road, thence run North on Judgment may be entered in Plat Book 3, Page 14, liquidated, the nature of the un- Fri pursuant a Final

(Temple Avenue), thence run Lot Eight (181) Blanding SubDivision graded road beginning in Epperson Road to its intersection against you for the relief of the public records of Bradford certainty shall be state. I the Jugm Russell A. Blume I
Section 28, Township 7 South, demanded in the Petition. Florida, and
northerly along State Road 200 thence run westerly with Francis Street, County claim is secured, o Jakvie
(Temple Avenue) to its intersection along the South line of Lot Eight Range 22 East thence run thence run westerly along WITNESS my hand a the Fld..h against yo shall be described. The claimant against Freck C. Flakes, defendant

with State Road 16 ((8)) Blanding Sub-Division to the northerly along said graded roadto Francis Street to its intersectionwith Seal of said Court o day STOKES and you art shall deliver sufficient copies of amount of

(Brownlee Street), thence run intersection of Jackson and St.' its intersection with Meng's Pratt Street, thence runwest of March 19. required to serve a copy of your the claim to the clerk to enable $ .5 toth with costs o

northwesterly along State Road Clair Streets, continuing Dairy Road. thence run westerly and south on Pratt Streetto GILBERT BROWN AS written defenses, if any to it, o the clerk to mail o copy to .
16 to the North line of the SW westerly on Jackson Street to along Meng's Dairy Road to its State Road' 100 (Madison CLERK OF SAID COURT the plaintiffs attorney, w each personal representative. Have seized and have in m

quarter of SW quarter. Section the Seaboard Coastline Railroad intersection with State Road Street), thence run north- By: Beulah M. Moody Deputy name and is George All Intereste in the possession the following d

21,Township 6 South, Range 22 thence run northerly along 221, thence run northwesterly terly along State Road ark Pierce, a.. at Law, estate pr copy of this cribed personal property towit: i
East thence run West along the the Seaboard Coastline Railroadto along State Road 221 to Its in- intersection with the West line PUBLICATION, March P.O. Drawer 1030.- Starke, Nice of Administration has 1964 Ford Falcon Van \.Oj

North line of said quarter section its intersection with Adkins tersection with State Road 200 of Range 21 Et, thence run 17,19 and. file'th mailed are required, No. E11Th464411 : '
(US 301)), thence run northerly South Fri 31. As the property of the aba'
and extension thereof, to Street, thence run westerly along We line of clerk of WITHIN THREE MONTHS
State Road 229 (Brownie along Adkins Street to Its intersection along State Road 200 (US 301)) Range 21 East to Intersectionwith 3/17 4tchg 4/7 above styled court o or before FROM THE DATE O THE named defendant and that'

Road), thence run northwesterly with State Road 200 to its intersection with State the Seaboard Coastline April 18 1977: other. s FIRST PUBLICATION THIS Monday, the 2h d of M/

along State Road 229 (Brownie (Temple Avenue), thence run Road 227, thence run westerly Railroad,' th said point o NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO judgement may b, etere NOTICE to,file any objections 1977 at No/
Road) to its intersection with northerly along State Road 200 end southerly along State Road beginning. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME against for d: 'my have that challenges said day on the premiBradford '

State Road 225 (Bayleot Highway (Temple Avenue) to Its Intersection 227 to State Road 18, continuing ELECTION( PRECINCT NO. 15 Pursuant to Section 866.09 manded y the or th validity of the decedent's County Jail, I /

), thence run southerly with State Road 16 westerly on State Road 18 to Its BROOKER: Florida Statutes notice is here petition. '. cn, vwH, the qualifications of the fo tale and sell to tbd

along State Road 225 (Bayless (Brownlee Street), thence run Intersection with Stat. Road Commencing at the point of b given th the unn T WITNESS my hand and the 'personal?.representative,, o the for cash in / t

Highway) to Its intersection with easterly along eeM State Road 225, at Graham, thence run convergence of the Bradford- To an seal of said Court on March Itl" venue ,kjrtsdicttorv of the pro1 /
State Road 100 said point of Brownlee( Street)to the See i South'on!' State Road 225 to Its Union cu line (IN River) Madison Street 1977. : -'Court. ** :&; ( '. 1 defendant *o satwr "

board Coastline Railroad thesaid Intersection' with the BradfoMAlechtm'cduriry nd "- Bradford.Alachu Starke, Florida 32091. doing .Gilbert S. 1 I'BrW,perk $ I I "* ALL'S' CLAIMSSW? N'.{v-said Execution vW p

ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 6 point of beginning. Ins (Santa Fe' county ln''Is( Fe.'River-) business under the firm name d"MIXON ,< sold Court .. ;, AND .OBJECTION9- VANDERBILT: ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 9 RNerI.) thence run southerly and thence run northe-y along APPLIANCEREPAIR FILED WILL BE FOREVER Bradford-Coun/ .

Commencing at the point of KEYSTONE: easterly along the Bradford- the Bra-Unon county line ," 888 West Madison 3/174cg 4/7 BARRED. 3/3/ 4tchg 3/7 '


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I phone 7823300IIURCII Put On Clay un"i\y1' meant' List

(' ACTIVITIES Wednesday and she remained attended the funeral of their'

CHURCH! OF GOD: Sunday until Friday night with her uncle Louie Crews. Mrs. "
School, 10 a.m. ; Worship sister, Mrs. Hester Hicks. Woodard remained with her An estimated $1,096,000 facilities at Keystone Heights Bennett; said the 'proJect, formal applications would be
services, 11 a.m. and 7 pm.; They attended their brother- mother Mrs. Crews until project for development of an (Phase 2) $53,000 to install along with other Clay County filed.
REVIVAL SERVICES with in-law, O.J. Anders' funeralon Monday morning. industrial park at Keystone additional facilities and proposals,. would be: sent to
Evangelist! Walter Long of Thursday. Sincere sympathy of the Airport was included on a provide "around the clock" EDA's Tallahassee office for This was the only project I

Gainesville Services Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Glance community is extended to the want list prepared at Monday staffing either at present fire- approval, before being for- submitted from Keystone
beginning Sunday, March 20 and family of Palatka were family and relatives of Louie night's oint meeting of Clay house, or airport. warded to Atlanta. After that Heights, Bennett said.
and every evening at7:30pm.: Saturday dinner guests of Crews, who died at noon on County s Planning Board

Everyone invitedEVERGREEN. their brother-in-law and Friday. Advisory Committee, and
BAPTIST: sister, Mr. and Mrs. Henry The Lawtey Little League Economic Development :::::;:::::a.::::::::::::=>>::<::::: --::::.-'* SENIOR CITIZENS ::'.>>:::::::::::::::::SL::::::-::::::{::YS::::: I
Radio program on WPXE 8 Hodges and family. would like to express their Advisory Commiettee.

a.m. on Sunday; Bible School, Mrs. Pierce Crews was a Thanks to the Lawtey Ed Bennett, a Keystone
10 a.m.; Worship services 11 guest of her brotherinlawand Correctional Center for their representative on the Plan- Janet Cameron Bowden, 4. Auto Insurance Relief. one or two amputations,
a.m. and 7 p.m.; Prayer sister, Mr. and Mrs. help in the Car Wash on ning Advisory group which born in Edinboro, Scotland, H.B. 50 introduced by Rep. chair insignia to persons with
meeting Wednesday, 7:30: Waldo Pringle of Worthington Saturday to raise funds for the met in Green Cove Springs, emigrated to the U.S. in 1923, Foster and Rep. Fontana. paralysis, for parking in
p.m. Springs, on Wednesday. Lawtey Little League and RegisterIn said the area suggested for and was a charter member of, 5. Adult Protective Service: loading zones while loading or
GRACE UNITED Mrs Jack Estes of Bruns- Small Fry Ball Teams. this first proposed develop the Bradford County Senior Health and Rehabilitative unloading disabled persons.
METHODIST: Sunday School, wick, Ga., spent Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Ward F. competition for ment would be noar the Citizens Club, Inc. She died Services to provide for the 14. Life Line Bill, HB 82, to
9:45 a.m.; Worship services, Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Landis and Mrs. Mary Florida STAR student.Register present hangar, with street March 5 in the Starke Nursing aged and disabled when freeze cost of electric power at
11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Prayer Hermie Kelly. They visitedMr. Carothers went to and water facilities, lying home at the age of 92. Janet needed. II.B, 16, Rep. Young. 750 KW maximum. Bill not to
I Circle Wednesday 9 a.m.; .Estes daily in St Vincents Buckhannon, West Virginia Named totally within Clay County. was one of 11 Scots who, in 6. Elderly on staff of all exceed $30 per month for per-
Good News Rap Wednesday Hospital, Jacksonville. The Sunday, March 6, to the The bulk of the 2,600-acre conjunction with others, programs serving Senior sons 65 and over,
7:30: p.m.Those Kellys attended the Anders funeral of Mr. Landis' father, Airport site lies in Bradford formed the Starke Social Clubin Citizens; mandatory to have 15. Federal: to press for
attending an all-day funeral at First Baptist William Forest Landis, who Bradford High County. 1955 which developed into Senior Citizens on regularly. immediate enactment of
Retreat for the United Church on Thursday after- died March 5. Other representatives on our present organization in 7. Better consumer National Health Security Act,
Methodist Church at Williston noon. The children of Mrs. Purvis STAR StudentThe the Advisory Committee frQm 1962. She was buried beside protection against all kinds of S-3, HB22.Proposed.
were Pastor and Mrs. Jim Miss Melissa Mayo of Brown of Lawtey are giving Keystone are Mayor Charles her husband, Ben, in Crosby fraudulent activities. that Florida

Hall, Mrs Frances Hamilton, Hampton was a Saturday their mother a 71st birthday Head, and John Harvin, Lake Cemetery. May they rest 8. Better consumer Public Service Commission be
Mrs Truby Wainwright, and dinner guest of Miss Vickie celebration at Mrs. Brown's Bradford County High representing recreational in peace.A representation on state increased to five members;
Miss Arthurine Rlanchard. Nicula. Home on Sunday, March 10, School faculty has chosen interests. progress report from the regulatory boards. four elected, and one Senior
HIGHLAND BAPTIST: Mrs. Eileen Kelly of from 3 to 6 p.m. Mrs Purvis Charles (Chuck) Leon Bennett, representingutilities Coalition of Florida Organizations 9. State Housing Agency to Citizen appointed by the
Sunday School, 10 a.m. ; Jacksonville spentthe Brown is the widow of the late Register, a junior a BHS, as gave the following of Aging urged the develop more and better Governor.We .

Worship services, 11 a.m. and weekend with her m-laws. John Brown. winner in the Student-Teacher breakdown on the proposed enactment of the followingbills housing for the elderly at were pleased to see
6 p.m.; Wednesday Prayer Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly All friends and relatives are Achievement Recognition Industrial Park project: during the coming prices they can afford to pay. Oma Cotton very and around
Meeting, 7:30: p m. and family, while her husbandis invited for cake and punch. (STAR) program.The -Water System: renovate legislative session starting 10. Probate Code Reform: She attended up our last
STAR Program is designed again.
IJURI'TIST: Sunday in Naval Reserve Meeting April 1: do-it-yourself probate for -
Worship SCHOOL MENU to give recognition to present system with new Health Care stabilize small estates. meeting.
School, 10 a.m.; in Orlando. 1. :
11 a.m. and 7:30: MONDAY Hot bun one junior in each t high schoolin wells, needed; or install new medical costs for 11. Termmiation of rental Hampton Senior Citizenswill
services Mrs. Darlene Norman and : dog on ; reciprocity
of at
system wells, hold a Pot Luck Supper
Florida who exhibits a pumps
p m ; Wednesday Prayer sons were Sunday dinner mustard, ketchup, cole slaw, the free tanks, and hydrants; $275,000 out-of-state doctors; providemore agreement for surviving 6 p.m.o'rlday, March 18.
toward
Meeting 7:30 p.m. guests of her brother-in-law french fries, fruit cup, milk. sound respect Similar Sanitary System: ((1st opportunity for studentsto spouses Rep. McKnight. Bring a small dish and meet
:\OItTIiSIDEPTlST: and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Carl TUESDAY : Chili with enterprise system. phase) Minimum waste study medicine. 12. Creating a Departmentof old friends.
Sunday school, 10 am.; Norman and sons, and Mr. crackers, tossed salad, cheese recognition is given to those 2. Transportation: use of Elderly Affairs HSR 227, our will be
disposal system,package type The next meeting
11 a.m.and 7 teachers who, in the opinion of buses for the John Adams
services school elderly
Worship and Mrs. Leonard Norman. bread sticks, pear crisp, milk. tanks (would not held at 1 Tuesday, March
the chosen student, inspiredand p.m.
Prayer Meeting include when not in for school
p.m ; Michele Lee of Jacksonville use
WEDNESDAY: Salisbury contributed to their treatment plant), 13. Disabled persons 22, at the Pratt Street
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. spent the weekend with her mashed Phase purposes. 3. Tax relief for
Steak with gravy, achievements. $100,000 ( 2) Expansionof stickers on cars; tax Recreation
requires
ST. JOHNS MISSIONARY and renters CenterJoe
\PTIST Sunday School, 10 grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. potatoes, green beans, applesauce Chuck is the son of Mr. and present or revised system, II.B.homeowners introduced collectors of all counties to KerriganSWARMING
: 208, by Rep.
Worship services, 11 Gene Pearson rolls, butter, milk. Mrs. Lennard B. Register of as needed, $200,000.Internal issue international wheel
a.m.; Mrs. Jack Harris and Mrs Ogden.
THURSDAY: Spaghettiwith Improvements:
in
Lake. He is active
and Crystal
and 3 Second
a.m.Fourth Sundays p m. on; Prayer Band Pierce Crews in Gainesville were business on meat, cheese, french the National Honor Society, (Phase 1)) Road Improvements .... "',.. ",.., .,,1.-. I", I,], nl 1
at NoonSMYRNA visitors fries, peaches, french bread, Fellowship of Christian culverts, u. 'VERMIN JitThey
Monday
Friday milk. possibly sidewalks, $146,000.
Athletes, and the Library
: :MISSIONARY look 'l. 16
Major and Mrs. James FRIDAY Fish buttered Phase 2)) New roads where ,
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Committee. Chuck is Student wl ."
BAPTIST: Sunday School, 10 and sons of Bradford County Clerks Office olotlil \
11 Dougherty grits, cole slaw, cornbread Council Vice-President and he required by future expansion, ;:' .. '
with
a.m. Worship services antt viGET +
; Ga. and Mrs.
Valdosta Butter, pears, milkGURICH in BHS football $120,000. "
and BTS: 5:45: participates
a.m. 7pm ; Breslin and Elizabethof
George rail if neededfor
and weight lifting. He is also -Reinstalling
p.m. ; Prayer Meeting Jacksonville spent the Club active in his church and an siding, $180,000. Will Be Receiving Applications HELP
Wednesday, 7pmPERSONALS
weekend with their
parents -Fire Protection: (Phase
Eagle Scout. ;Gtr-161511.
r
Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. The BHS faculty chose 11) $20,000 to expand present :,
Dance On Through March 25
: Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Robertson Tap Chuck as the one junior who FLORIDA
attended services Zions
Mr and Mrs. Donald Shinn at best exhibits the following BRADFORDCLAYREALTOR
Rest Primitive Baptist This Saturday attitude For A Switchboard Operator' 1STONTROl
and daughters were guests of Church in Jacksonville and qualities: positive SEMINARThe \ '
their mother, Mrs Tillie toward the business com-
enjoyed a good meal after Bradford-Clay Board of (
Pleasant Gurich Club has munity, extracurricular 3/10 3/17
Stansel of !Mount their children met The a busy
wards. All Realtors Education Com-
N.C from Tuesday to them there. schedule for this week, says activities in school and the mittee will present its first i...... SChemie.ICe.ine I .
President David Newham business community, leader- .. awls
Saturday lntp Hcii 1 Dia(
Hermie
Mr. and Mrs. Kelly seminar of 1977 at a breakfast
Friends of Fred Moore visited Fred Moore at St helping the Civitans with the ship positions in school or the meeting in the Holiday Inn,
regret to learn that he is a Vincents walk-a-thon this Saturday, community, high grade point -
Hospital Orange Park, from 8:30: a.m.
patient in St. Vincents Jacksonville "and we hope to see a lot of average, and academic
on Friday. to 12 noon on Thursday, March
Jacksonville. Our March 19 to honors and awards.
Hospital, people help
Griderof
Mr and Mrs. Ernie 17. Breakfast reservations at
prayers are with him. support the March of Dimes. Chuck will compete by
of the Starke were Sunday guestsof examination for further dis- $3.50 each may be made by
Sincere Sympathy
Community is extended to their nephew and niece, Mr. the club plans to furnish the trict and state awards. calling Orange Park 2643946.

:Mrs 0 H. Anders and family and David.Mrs. Ben McCulley and walkers with cold refresh- how to t tsaue

and other relatives because of ments, says Newham. Is Word
The Same
Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mosleywere Treat All
The Gurich is also having a ,
the death of her husband, O.J.
dinner!
Anders, on Monday, March 7. Saturday guestsof dance this Saturday night at
David their son-in-law and 8:30: in the National Guard Building Code"Treat 1.
Wilkerson Mr and and Mrs son of daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry armory in an attempt to raise !forcing City i an
Vogler and family of New; more funds for the Gurich
Jacksonville were Saturday
Smyrna Beach. Club building. The band them all the same" all repairs or alterations over
of their
overnight guests Vernon Teston of North featured will be Mystic Raven the instructions to city $150, including labor and distance
Mr and Mrs. Leon were
parents long \
Ark. last have
Little Rock. spent from Gainesville. building inspector Dewey materials to a permit.
Wilkerson and family. weekend with his parents, Mr. Newham "The club Williams was told to follow the
Guests of Mrs. O.J. Anders says Williams after he told the
and Mrs Lonnie Teston. and treat them ;
suffered a major setback Starke city council Tuesday city guidelines
week Mr.
the
during were:
and Mrs Johnny Jenkins, Mr. Mrs Jack Harris of State when the Club's band 'Fox.Fire' night he was told by a council all the same. \
Farm was a Saturday over- In other business by preplanningHolly ti
had their
and Mrs James Anders and equipment member not to bother a per
said
night guest of Mrs. Pierce Councilman Joe Warren
stolen from the old
son Billey Anders and Mrs Hampton son about a permit who was tiR
Crews, and Mrs. Crews was School. he would take care of havingthe
1'juhne O'Toole, daughter making improvements on his
her Sunday dinner guest. area located around the
and son; Miss Sherri Red- Mr and Mrs. Les McClellan The club and band have of- own home. refrigeration class at the V'o- t
grave and Johnny Redgrave, visited their brother-in-law, fered a $100 reward for any When pressed by councilman Tech school cleaned up of junk Distance
Cora !Mrs Wilbur Waters for the Thieman, Long Operator,
:Mrs Hodges, J R. DeVore, in Bradford information leading to the recovery and old refrigerators. Warren
Gazelle Sweat, Mrs Gloria County Hospital Saturday of this equipment. name of the member, mayor- said he had been contacted suggests you plan your long distance callsin
Bdker, !Mrs Jewel Goolsby. afternoon. Newham says "If we get the commissioner Charles indirectly by the manager of
Billy Roberts. :Mr and Mrs.: :Mrs Inez Teston, Mrs. equipment back there will be Schaefer said he had the Cadillac Uniform advance..jot down what you want to say.. .

Jimmy llogan. Lonnie Tommy Clayton and son of no trouble, but if we don't, I instructed Williams if a Company about the lot behind
Parrish. :Mrs Ruby Leite, permit was not posted not to tell party call is long distance..anduse
Jacksonville, Mr and Mrs. plan to see that legal action betaken bother Johnson s Store being infested your your
:Mrs Ruth Steinhouser and H C. Crews\ and Joy of Clearwater against the people involved the homeowner with rats. City clerk Merrill watch to track of time.
Ha 'wood Stemhouser his but to keep
son > and Mrs. Hilda ." Anyone having any working on property Edwards was instructed to your

Ralph Futch' of Black Woodard of Largo, were information in this matter crackdown on the contractor contact the owner to try and Advanced planning cuts time and costs.You'll .
:Mountain, :N;.C and Mrs working for profit
should contact THE GURICH the
Sunday dinner guests of their get a solution to problem.
:Martha Brantley Tony and P.O. BOX Starke. The city code books calls for
CLUB 221
mother. Mrs. C.R. Crews, and ,
Christina of Starke were also save by dialing direct and
guest 01 his aunt, Miss Eliza-

Ix'th noon Terry. on Saturday after calling out-of-state during off-hours..after

Friends of :Mrs Bonnie five in the evening or on weekends when
Crane. daughter of :Mr and
:\Irs1: C Stephens, regret to discounts are highest Check your directoryfor

learn that she is a patient in
Bradford County Hospital. HOW FIRM AFOUNDATION specific information.

Our prayers are with her
:Mr and :Mrs Tom Whaleyand
daughter of Tampa and

Starke children:Mrs.of Palatka Virgil Griffis and and Mr (cf.::; Continental Telephone =

and Mrs: Bob Smith and Keeping You in Touchfor -

family were Sunday dinner a Better TomorrowAn

guests of their grandmotherand Equal Opportunity Employer -
mothl'r..Irs:\ Nellie

\\ilkinson. and sister :Mrs .

y Daisy Boch
Mr: and :Mrs Jim Cham- When farmers
Ill'rllOere Saturday dinner talk seed,the term And minimum germination

guests of :Mr and :Mrs Bubba "certified seed" is used a lot. must be at least 80)%.

Bennett of Callahan. But do you really know what Multiply these benefits by the

:Mrs Pauline O'Toole of Los certification means and what the fact that Gold Kist offers more kinds of
Angeles\ Calif and :Miss
sherri Redgrave and Johnny benefits are? certified seed than anyone in the South,

Redgrave of Houston. Texas Ask any Gold Kist seed grower, all based on foundation stocks that --- /rfeGo \

spent the long weekend with a kind of Gold Kist farm hand you don't have been bred for growth" high yield, -141 :
and
their mother
grand- hear much about. and
mother. :Mrs O.J. Anders. quality. js
:Mrs O'Toole remained for a Here are the kind of things they Gold Kist is firm about that. _

longer visitMarcella have to do to grow certified seed for So whatever you plant, start ,

: Carter, daughterof Gold Kist. with a solid base. .}
:Mr and :Mrs Charles Carter -
spent Sunday with her First off, the foundation or Talk seed with a Gold Kist farm

grandmother.. Mrs. Lois registered seed they plant to raise hand at your Farmers Mutual .

Carter and went to church certified seed has to have been grown Exchange.
with her.Johnie.
DeVore of Atlanta. under all kinds of tough conditions set Gold Kist.

Ga. spent the weekend with by the originator of the seed variety and Good things for the farm

his parents. :Mr and :Mrs J.R. by the state official certification body. and from the farm.
DeVore. Johnnie that
his father is feeling reports much In turn, crops grown for seed ,: _
better have to meet most of these same

:Mrs Ernest: t Hewitt of standards. FARMERS .
Tallahassee and her daughter .r
Such things as field and
:Mrs
Ernestine: Harry of
Orlando came to visit Mrs equipment cleanliness,field inspections, I
MUTUAL '
Hewitts'\ parent, Mr and laboratory analysis, and a whole J *.. .
:Mrs Arlie Dobbs, on Thursday lot :, .
:Mrs. Hew itts' Jerry '
son more.Certified :
Hewitt of Tallahassee, came seed can't be more than EXCHANGE irN! :
.
Sunday and carried her home. two generations off the foundation --f -

Gene Eunice returned homeon stock,and its got to meet these criteria.Every .'

Bradford Tuesday County after Hospital.surgery We in lot must be 98% pure seed. '

are glad to report that he is .. It can only have 2%inert material.

eeling much better .. It'can't have any weeds in it.
Mrs Glen Shuford and her '
,,' It" None.. e
ece, Miss Sherri Redgrave, \
+nt after th>'ir aunt. Mrs.

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