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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 31, 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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IT'S HERE.The 27th annual I Prizes are 1)) $15, 2)) $10 and 3) and graded on Tuesday for the seat 500 and the parking area I
Bradford County Fair on US$5.. Friday; show Ribbons will be has been" expanded and given
301 north opened under a The judging for the home awarded<<; for first, second and a t third limestone base In
bright beautiful sky Wednes division was done on Tuesday third place addition faulty sewer linesdaywiththetraditionalribbon
I I and the sweepstakes winners have been replaced so that
cutting by Strawberry Queen are: Foods Department restrooms will be able to
Margaret Ann Norman. Janet Harris for her entry of a The show arena seating handle peak loads on crowded
strawberry basket cake decorated capacity has been doubled to evenings.
of the Fair
The four day run
with green leaves that
expected to draw over 50,000
was all edible. Ncedlwork Department -
-- --- -- ---- to the
spectators fairgrounds
Mary Hersey for
There Is something for everyone at the 27th Annual Bradford apples. Over 20,000 advance ride tickets have been sold. Fair The estimated opening day attendance a man's western leisure suit
County Fair rides games midway attractions and candy hours are noon to 7 p.m.today continuing on thru Saturday. was close to 8,000 andshirt.4-HDivislon-anut Produce Energy
Each year the Fair exceeds
pound cake by Doll Waters
the preceding year with more and a hand carved and decorated
exhibitors and each I
entrys in

I Lisa Mitchell Selected 1977 Berry Queen Saturday division-Union; The night 4-H Fair and with FFA will the Bradford Steer close- and Starling Crafts Winner sign Division by in was the Randy Arts Dell To Defeat Cartel

with
Drawdy a group of
terview with each of the Sale that begins at 7 p.m. :
' Miss Lisa Kathleen girls. cheerleader Miss Edwards handmade crewel embroidery I I

Mitchell, 17-year-old Bradford Master of ceremonies- plans to become a certified y Along .with Margaret Ann pictures.
,"' High School senior who would public accountant and was iv was newly! selected 1977 queen
George Pierce was helped by : Awards to 15 Stone Tells
like to achieve a ;career in 1976 Queen Margaret Ann sponsored by Holiday Inn of Lisa Mitchell and 1 local 1 digni booths outstanding made Co-op !
nuclear medicine and Starke. Shan modeled a blue taries. The flag raising was were on i
with of
Norman descriptions based
modeling, was chosen the 1977 halter and shorts outfit a blue handled by the Bradford High Wednesday on a point
ri'J Bradford County Strawberry the evening gowns worn by the and white swimsuit and a Color Guard ROTC unit system for theme educational "Unless we get this country gas to produce heat for not I''
Lisa modeled
\\i Queen during the 14th Annual contestants. a patchwork chiffon evening Following the ribbon cutting aspects and-or advertising back to producing energy the only homes, but factories and '
Pageant Saturday night. strawberry peach chiffon gown with a strawberry motif, was the annual, Rural-Urban! value, draws attention uncertainty! over supply and schools too." I
gown that was accentuatedwith Day ceremonies and chicken originality and appearance. price of oil and gas could stop "Since I have been in
4 I Lisa daughter of Mr. and starbursts on the halter Karen Sue Crawford was dinner sponsored by the the impulses we need to stop Washington I have learned
: Jr of top bodice. For the other named Awards in the commercial recession," U.S. Senator that when
., Mrs. Freeman Register Miss Congeniality by Rotary Club. The we get into
first competition she modeled a the other dinners division were: 1)) Gatorland Richard Stone told Clay Electric L
Hampton was runner-up contestants and was were sold out quickly something we mess it up and
in last year's pageant and is a white swim suit and a red and presented' plaque by last as in previous years. CB Club, 2)) Sawyer-Slade Gas Cooperative members at when we get out we made it ,.
majorette, active in band Na white striped shorts and top year's Miss Congeniality Co. 3)) Suzuki of Starke, 4)) the 39th annual meeting better."

tional Honor Society and Little set sportswear outfit Laura Kay Thomas.fThe Wednesday was Senior Charlotte's Crafts 5)) Things Thursday, March 24. "We can meet the foreign
Women's Club Miss Lynn Moxley, Citizens Day allowing all By Hand. Cost of oil and gas set by cartel on their own grounds
: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben daughter of Mr. and senior citizens into the Fair Vo-Tech Horticulture won foreign cartel has tripled in and get a good deal. I we
1 Fond of outdoor activities L. Moxley Jr., of Starke, was Mrs. Neil Crawford, Karen is free of charge Miss America first place in the adult cost since 1973, said Stone. have the wisdom to pray do the I
t Lisa enjoys horseback riding, named first runner-up in the a junior at Bradford High Dorothy Katilleen Benhani education division. Others What the country has done in right thing for' America," he
tennis, swimming and water contest. Lynn is a freshman at School where she is a memberof made two appearances at the were: 2)) public health, 3)) response is to look for scape concluded.
skiing. She was sponsored by Santa Fe Community Collegeand Clvinettes and History Fair during the day. Florida National Guard 4)) goats such as the oil industry Prior to his speech, Seantor
Happy Stop Gulf Service Sta is listed in Who's Who Club. Karen has lettered in Vo-Tech Cosmetology 5)) and gas industry and not Stone helped co-op members I
tion. American High School and track and "Fair Is complete without BUARC.
Among cross-country is looked at the foreign oil cartel serve some of the plates of
Students and is a member rfcitereted in Softball fishing, ti.J JfardjtlOviy: attractions: In the Junior, Education 'andh", :'. i/ ownbelf to overfried chicken dinners. "
Miss Mitchell was selected the Little ,Women's Club. boating, swimming and BI Wilson director of'the'Chamber division were: 1) 4-H 2)) Girl come this problem'' he added. About 3,400people turned''' ...t
over 11 other girls for the title Miss Moxley enjoys cooking. Miss Crawford plansto of Commerce said Scouts, 3) GURICH Club, 4) Stone said he hoped President outtocast votes for the board roo'

by a panel of five judges on swimming, water skiing repouse' become a secretary and at last count advance on Tuesday over FHA, 5)) Boy Scouts. Jimmy Carter's energy of trustees, eat lunch listen to
natural and ride tickets
poise beauty and macrame. Lynn was sponsored by Bullmgton'sGift ,,20000 proposal will be effective gospel singing hear speeches
had been sold.
during modeling of sportswear Shop I Cash prizes were also relevant and
plans to become a reading r comprehensive and anxiously wait to see if
gowns., swimwear Earlier in and the evening the specialist in elementary Past queens also presentedwere ul 1ti yl Highlight of the first day of awarded Wednesday for and that the people will be they held one of the winning .
had personal day in- education and was sponsoredby : Linda Muggins McRae the Fair was the beef cattle poultry chicken eggs and heard. tickets for the some 80 prizes "
judges a rabbits. This year there were Degregulation of the fuel handed out at the close of the
Diane's Beauty Shop. Lynn 1963; Jane Adams Watson and beef dairy cattle: show. In !
modeled shorts Tonda Dixon 25 entries in rabbits and 40 in industry is the one missing meeting.
an orange 1964; Hobbs the agriculture division !zes ... '
jumpsuit a multi-colored 1965; Veda Fish Dopson 1966; for cattle were given fori: an poultry. ingredient that should be The Keystone Lions Club ..; I,
\\iJlf t1 nUllirier swimsuit and a white qiana Patty Hendley Kitching, 1967; outstanding youth ,exhibit: One of the feature exhibits focused on, commented the offered free glaucoma .j I
gown. Cathy Whitehead Beckett trophy; champion bull, this year is a palomino stud Senator. "This was the screening during the day,

Shan Edwards a junior at 1968; Linda Thomas Lawson trophy; reserve theollFlordaLAssociationn answer to the emergency various local organizations setup I
/ Bradford High School was 1969; Mary Ann Barton, 1970; bull trophy; champion: shortage of fuel in the extreme refreshment booths and a
named the second runnerup.She Anne Terwillegar 1971 ; females;trophy; and a reserve FFA by L.C. Ringhaver in cold weather this past year few commerical wares were
\ is a member of Chorus Donna Prevatt, 1972; Kathy champion female, trophy. The 1972. The horse valued at and it worked. We had enough on display for visitors.
e Civmettes and the National Brown Fuller, 1973; Melanie l blue award prize $, red $10,000 when given to the FFA
she is used FFA members
Honor Society Latain Herres 1974; and award $IO and whiteaward by all
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Debra Ann Jordan, 1975? Pretty Lisa Mitchell was $;). over the state for stud. Miss{ America Visits

\ Curtis G. Edwards Shan is 1976 Queen Margaret Ann caught by the Telegraphcamera Visitors to the Fair today I
J listed In Who's Who Among Norman told the audience Saturday night after A trophy was: provided for (Thursday March31)) can see I

I (American High. School "this was a very enjoyableyear being crowned Bradford the outstanding herdsman by the swine show at 4 p.m. and
J I Students and is a varsity for me." Strawberry Queen of 1977. theStarke Rotary Club. Cattle sale at 7 p.m, This year there First County PairDoll j '

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-- the Br dC 'rd'S'l eIMiss

Friday,April Randy Starling And Doll Waters Producers Association. A best Dorothy Benham Miss Benham who travels
exhibitor trophy will be given.A America of 1977 went to her 20,000 miles a month arrivedin
spokesman for the Swine first official county fair when Starke Tuesday evening
Special School Board Producers said children she visited the 27th annual from Chicago with her
Meeting 9 a.m. responded well to show the Bradford County Fair traveling companion to make
4-H Sweenstakes Division Winners swine, but buyers and biddersare Wednesday. two appearances at the Fair.
needed for the sale.A .
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Sunday, April An exhausted Miss America
graciously consented to a
Sweepstakes winners Baldree, Robin Hersey, Betty Rudd. brief look at the events very few minutes in her busy day I
Randy Starling and Doll Tammy Hersey,' Rusty Quick Bread Loaf: 3) Stacy scheduled for today are: for an interview. She said she I

"The Easter Play" Waters were chosen Tuesday Sullivan; 2) Jenecia Bright, Hayes. Swine Show 4 p,m.; Swine was feeling better after ,
First Christian from among the 137 entries in Cindy Lynn. Other Yeast Breads: 2)) Lisa Sale, 7 p.m. On Friday the suffering from jet lag earlier I
Church Youth 7 p.m. the 4-H Youth Division at the Exhibit of Merit: 1)) Sherry Lynn. midway opens at noon and the in the day. She continued with
Bradford County Fair this Norman for Strawberry Puffs Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA her whirl wind travels when I
No Admission week and 3)) Debbie Pok for Donuts. CANNED PRODUCTS Steer Show will be at 7:30: p,m. she left Thursday morning. ,
Randy Starling son of Mr. Saturday, the last day of the I
----- and Mrs. Dick Starling of Pickles Relishes: 2)) Betty t Fair the Midway will open at Dorothy said she'

Brooker, won with a hand- Rudd Lynn Waters. noon and the Bradford-Union experiences different types of ,
Monday, April 4 carved sign he made for a I Jellies: 1)) Robert Carver, 2)) 4-H and FFA Steer Sale will hospitality as she travels I
Christmas present for his Carolyn Joiner. begin at 7 p.m. around the country but said "
t grandmother. Randy said he p. .. Exhibit of Merit: 11) Robert people are "very, very nice"
,
about a week Carver. The Bradford-Union 4-H and everywhere she goes. In her
spent workingon
Bradford Co. Commission 4 r FFA Steer Show and Sale home state of Minnesota she
the and decided to
30 sign / sponsored by the Bradford- said the coffee is I
I : a.m. decorate it with roses becausehis CLOTHING Lr pot always ,
'i grandmother has in Union Cattleman's Association on and the door open, and
roses
----- her yard and likes them. Apron: 3)) Regina Rasnick. will have its show Friday ? when she visits the south
Randy said he usually makes .f Tote Bag or Hand Bag: 1)) April I 1. at 7:30 p,m. everyone wants to share their :
I Lawtey City Council the Christmas presents he ) Mary Wright. 2)) Michelle The 1977 exhibitors from homes and communities with
.
730pm.: Gnffis Robbin Stevens Joy Bradford County 4-H are: .
and with her.A
gives wood. enjoys working \ Bell, 3) Shawn Hart. Drew Andrews, Sharrl Dobbs, native of Edina

--....-- Sweepstakes winner Doll ( Cape, Poncho or Vest: 2)) Marilyn Renee Griffis,Jimmy f Minnesota Dorothy is a city

of Mr. and Mary Richardosn. Hawkins, Jill Hayes Stacey Avis'ted Minneapolis but has
Elks Elkettes Mrs. Harold Waters Sr. of e T-Shirts: 1)) Tammy Hayes, Carl Johns, Tammie many communities
Starke Lodge 1802 Hersey Johns,Jaik: Parrish Jamie R. throughout the United States,
Installation 7 Hampton was a Sweepstakes Whitehead and Mark and smaller than Brad-
p.m. winner with her creation nut Blouse or Shirt: 1) Lisa many
? r rfrs'
Dinner. I p.m. pound cake. 6 Tucker. Tasha Livingston. Water display her Williams. ford County.
No lY From the Bradford County
Meeting nut
Doll. 12, a student at Skirt: 1) Lynn Waters. Doll sweepstakes winning
FFA Michael After her
of : Andrews reign Miss :
pound cake. Doll daughter
Christian
Tuesday, April has Hampton been baking for Academy six Waters Sharon Griffis, 2)) Mr. and !\Irs. Harold Waters Harry Faulkner Evelyn America said she would take a
years Lisa Tucker Marcia Sr. has been cooking for six Griffis, Everett Hayes : half of"a year off before
and likes
to make spaghetti Watterson 3) Layonta '
Vincent Porchlazzo, Kim returning to Macalester
and has been enteringthe
Brooker Council. and baked goods. line said she Johnson, Darlene Norman years fair for three years.hOUSEhOLD Tenly, Sonja Tenly and Mike it College where she is a music
got the for the :.t'
2) Cindy
7p.m. recipe prize Dress or Jumper: Williams. major. Her training includes
winning cake from a friend. Griffith, Stacy Hayes.
Representing the Union special instruction in voice for i
Doll said the cake has almond
----- flavor and nuts. Pants (Slacks Shorts. County 4-H are: Darren eight years piano for three

pecan Gauchos etc.): 1)) Tammy ARTS Brown, Jon Brown Sonny 1,-' live and in dance study for
Hampton Council Brown. Kenneth Dale years. She said after
i Hersey, 2) Cindy Griffith 1' C
7:30 p.m. BAKEDPRODUCTS It4i9>0 Tasha Livingston. Mary Wall Hanging: 1) Pam Crawford, Landa Lyn '1 graduation she would like to .
----- Richardson. Crawford Michael Dukes experience several things and '
Candies: 1)) Cindy Douglas Randy Starling son of Mr. Jumpsuit: 1)) Tammy Arnet 2) Kirk Mirocle. Shands D. Howard, Janet .' ''ii i would wait and see "whatever ._,
Starke Council Tammie Young. Christie and Mr*. Dick Starling at Framed Picture (Any Welch and Donna Worrell. doors opened up" and perhaps '
Hersey,
Media): 1) Christine I
7p.m. Faulkner. Brooker., displays the Prokop make commercials for tele
2)) Paula Anderson, Christie From the Union .
Cookies: 2) Teresa Felton, sweepstake winning sign he County' vision. ,
Camilla Livingston. made for hi* grandmother. Two-Piece Outfit: 1) Lisa Faulkner FFA are: Lester Crawford. Although Miss America has
Ctje Olommunlty3anh Cakes (Plain): I 1) Doll Randy was a winner In the 4-H Tucker. Elizabeth Lawson 2)) String Art 2) Regina' Lake Butler Junior FFA s. ,
Waters, Lynn Waters. Youth Division of The Charlene Beam. Rasnick, Kirk Miracle, Chapter: Lake Butler Senior an affection for musical films
$Iutr Cakes (Iced): 2)) Lindy Bradford County Fair. Coat or Jacket: 1) Marcia Mellissa Norman. FFA Chapter. Jack Shaw of the SO's and 40'she said she ",,
Parrish. Watterson, 2) Cindy Griffith Macrame: 3)) Randy DaceeTuggle, Bobby Waters, Miss America pauses a enjoys aU types) of music and I|
Acnoiin New Inim4 UII Cakes (Decorated Ap BREADSBiscuits Brenda Gann Dawn Joiner. Merritt. Johnny Welch and Bernard "minute before visiting the listens to popular music on the ,
T....._." Only): 1) Tootsie Appliqued or Embroidered Table Appointments: 1) Williams. Bradford County Fair radio whenever she has time i
pd.rND 'IIIWUIC1 pearance
POi CNp.
Tucker, Lisa Tucker. Tammy : 2)) Lynn Waters,3) ,Clothing: )1)) Robbin Stephens. Michelle StifiweU, 2) Shard The steers were weighed Wednesday In her busy schedule.: .

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I Julia's F'rlH'' Open House Sunday, Mar. 27

The breath of spring was t the 1 ;
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atmosphere Open House Sunday created afternoonat at the fllte fFooiat flJidejlaJflJ V fYlte WJ !

Julia's Florist.
Colorful arrangements ol ( WooSociety :Jitor 9647608 Ju
silk dried, .i ,
flowers, ,
spring fresh and permanent, potted! z r1 ..,,- __ ___ ..- __..--

were plants noted and hanging throughout basket thE i rl Nanette Hall and Curtis Akridge Tia Thor nton and Gary Osborn
shop. In one corner of the shop

was cactus a bubbling plants nestled fountain in with the 1 Wed March 18 at Madison Church Wed larch/\ 12 At Pine Level I

stones around the fountain. _
Receiving the guests at t the. Miss Nanette Denise Hall, McCormick was flower girl. Miss Tia Jane Thornton,,
door were Mrs. Julia Under daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Hall, given in mar- daughter of Mr, and Mrs.
bill and daughters, Mrs. Bar William II Hall, Jr. of riage by her father, wore a Vernie E, Thornton of Starke,,
bara Hollingsworth and Mrs Theressa, and Curtis Allen long white gown with long and Gary D. Osborn, son of
Dorothy Starling. Akridge, son of Mr. and Mrs. sheer sleeves with lace,a lace Mrs.. Mae Belle Osborn and
Mr and Mrs. Steve Barkerof Broward E. Akridge of bodice and long ruffled train. the late Thomas E. (Buddy)
London, England played I Starke. were united in mar Her veil of lace floral appliquewas Osborn of Fort Worth, Texas
organ selections and sang!!,. riage March 18 at 8 p.m. in the secured to a crown of were united In marriage
requested songs throughout t Pictured at Julia's Florist Open House Sunday are: (left to Madison Street Baptist intricate design accented with March 12 at 8 p.m. in the Pine
theafternoon. Barkerwas 1 right) :Mrs. Dorothy Starling !Mrs. Irene Barker, Steve Barker Church of Starke. pearl clusters. She carried a Level Baptist Church with
a former member of the Eng. Mrs. Julia Underhill' and :Mrs. Barbara Hollingsworth. Kev. Charles Swartz per, nosegay of carnations and Rev. Gary Wheeler per
iich' rock and roll group: .. Her formed the ceremony. mums.A forming the nuptials.
;man's;; ; Hermits The nuptial music was pre reception was held in the The altar was centered witha
The refreshment table was James Watson. included Atwood Turner sented by Mrs. Julia Ripplin- church Fellowship Hall. Miss white arch candelabra with 0
covered with a white imported Photographs were taken by Billy Crosby. Mrs. Connie ger, organist Rev. and Mrs. Montez Ritch greeted the white burning tapers. Two i iy
linen cloth with cutwork Miss Judy Broughton.Door Muggins. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Eddie Blalock sang a duet, guests at the door and kept the standing baskets of white it
by Rowland and Mr. and Mrs. the bride's book. The bride's book and carnations and
designs of alencon lace over prizes were won and Rev. Blalock played galdioli .
pink linen Nosegay clusters Willie McCollum of Starke, a Floyd Smith and daughter of guitar. table had an arrangement of shades of blue pompoms t \ '.,.. ,
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of spring flowers tied with dish garden Johnny Welchof Jacksonville; Miss Phyllis Decorating the altar were daisies and a burning candle flanked the arch, along with !> .c. ;? t.. TV I
pink satin bows were tackedat Brooker. a fresh spring Hollingsworth of Lake City, arrangements of white with love birds. two large palms. Along the \ .t..
each corner of the table. arrangement( and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George Shep-- gladioli, blue carnations and The bride's table was cov- altar rail were garlands of l6t
The crystal punch bowl was Merle Brown of Lake Butler, a pard and daughter of Gainesville white and yellow mums. In the ered with a white lace cloth lily-of-the-valley. Five branch
encircled with spring flowers gift certificate \ and Mr. and Mrs. PT. background was an arch can- over yellow linen. The table candelabra were at each 'If r
and greenery. Sheet cakes, Each lady was presented Wright Jr. of Suffolk, Va. delabra with burning tapers was highlighted by two bridal corner, flanked by a three
decorated in spring colors with a long stem carnation as Approximately 300 guests and baskets of greenery. arrangements two candel- branch candelabra. w.:1
were also served. she left the shop.Outoftown. attended between the hours 1 land Mike Gaskins served as best abras with lighted yellow Music was presented by I.. :,:"
Keeping the guest book guests 5 p.m. man. James Crews and Ricky tapers fern encircled the Charlotte Whitehead, organistand !: -
were Mrs Archie Tanner. Hall were ushers. Eric Pack- punch bowl and a three tiered Beth Davis, piano :
Miss Sheila Starling and !Mrs. ham was ring bearer. wedding cake made by Mrs. accompanist. Vocal music l'rl{
Denise Winkler Methodist Easter Egg Hunt Apr. 2 Mrs. Susan Garrison servedthe Madge Akridge as a gift. Mrs. was rendered by members of i

Serving punch and cake The United Methodist six and their if bride as matron of honor. Elaine: Crawtord and Mrs. the wedding party "More"was
grade parents
were Mrs Gay Richards Mrs. Women will hold their annual wish to attend should Misses Dora Triest and Carol Jean Hutchins presided at the sung by Kathy Starling;
Cecelia Richards Mrs. Mar- they Ann Hall were bridesmaids. punch bowl and Mrs. "My Tribute" by the groom
Easter Hunt on Saturday
Egg meet at the church at 1:45 4 4i
:
gie Jones. :Mrs Robert Under- April 2 from 2 to 4 p.m. at for transportation. Each They wore alike long dresses Kuelamae' Crews and Mrs. and "Jesus, Use Me"as a duet l V.
hill.Irs: Arthur Winkler. Strickland's Camp Ground at p.m.child should basket. but in different colors made of Madge Akridge cut and by the bride and groom. ; i ii
bring a
Mrs, Jennings Starling Mrs Kmgsley Lake.Methodist and refreshments\ be lace over satin and each carried served the cake. Robert Koistinen of ,"
Harold Godwin and Mrs children through Eggs arm bouquets. Jennifer The wedding was directedby Arlington, Texas served as i
provided. Rev. Swartz and Mrs.Gary best man and the ushers were
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paffltt MBaiBCTJSnim LI III The couple went to Silver Broome, John Lee and Steve' g
Springs on a short wedding Gibson. Blane Thornton was
trip and are now residing at ring bearer. y
J Bedford Lake. Mrs. Landa Koistinen, 44
sister of the bride, attended as '' L.i.
SUNSHINE WHOLESALERS matron of honor. Attendantswere lb
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Cynthia Thornton,
DISTRIBUTORS M Brown were weekend guestsof cousin of the bride; Crystal
ELECTRICAL & PLUMBING Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Landon Thornton, sister of the bride;
SUPPLY CO.. INC. in Lakeland. Mary Ann Cantrell of
Arlington, Texas and Kathy

Dr. R.E. DopsonCHIROPRACTOR I Are daily Mr. and Mrs. Gary Osborn I
.PIPE a FITTINGS ELECTRICAL WIRING
(PCV, DWV GALV BLACK STEEL A DEVICES [ 1 I tensions keeping :Starling.The bride's book. Standing in the
WAD 5 WORT H r you from matron of honor and at receiving line were the bride
\ SOIL PIPE,FIBRE PIPE,WELL CASING) .LIGHTINGFIXTUREs 864 Suite C N. 301
I enjoying life? See tendants were gowned alike in and groom, the bride'sparents
PLUMBING FIXTURES .
TOOLS 9.6Dally "WHO ELSE floor length .pastel blue and the bridal
>PUMPS WATER SYSTEMS WATER HEATERS 964-8018 polyester gowns with small attendants.The .
li'AIN..OlRD >COMPLETE PLUMBING SUPPLIES NUTONE HOODS PAST 40See( Page It'J pink flowers and they wore hall was decorated with
.AIR CONDITIONING FILTERS FANS pastel blue hats. They carried palms and other potted plants.
.RAIN BIRD SPRINKLERS RAY-O-VAC white baskets with hand made The receiving line stood in
BATTERIES 1 J Opening Fri. March 11 arrangements of flowers front of a large blue heart with
made from the fabric.
gown white streamers and
tWY'0 YAt: I Running 2 Divisions Of Cars: Rhonda Sue Alvarez was greenery.

Trained Sales PersonnelNO flower girl. The bride's table was
Factory J Late Model & Hobby The bride, given in covered with a blue polyestercloth
marriage by her father, worea edged in lace. A five
ORDER TOO LARGE NO ORDER TOO SMALL Gates Open 4 P.M. I Admission 'Adults white satin gown overlayedwith branch candelabra flankedthe
I '1 Children 6 To 12 lace, featuring a Peter
three tiered cake. Also on
I. First Race 8 D.M, | Free Under 6 Pan collar, fitted bodice and the table were the bridal attendants

304 East Call Street CALL 964-5060 : 14 miles South Of Lake City On 441 At I-75 long lace'sleeves that baskets. Mrs. Jimmy
terminated at the wrists. Her
Thornton and
Open 7 30 500PM. Mon Frl Sat 7 30 12 00 Mrs. Joseph
floor veil of illusion
Columbia County Speedway length Thornton cut the cake.

0 ZIcL L. L .12cL 2 Elllsville' Fla 3/10 3/31 was edged ma-lint secured haaHmwo with by matching a white!She,; rarriorf forget lace, .L Mrs._Mrs.Faye Clyde Purvis llughey presided u and_atme _

-- -" punch table which was
a cascade arrangement of covered with a blue polyestercloth
white pompoms, blue carna- and blue lace.
v tions and baby's breath with Assisting as floor hostesseswere
satin streamers.A Wendy !McRae, Janice
reception was held in the and Suzanne Thonrton, Tonda
STOP BY o j, church reception hall. Mrs. and Tina Gibson,all cousins of
Gary Wheeler greeted the the bride.
guests at the door and Miss coordinatorswere
OUR Reception
BOOTH Donna Thornton kept the Mrs. Bishop !\Iyrick.

t? Mrs. Joel Jackson and Mrs.
Robert L. Milner.
Following a trip to Daytona
Beach and South Florida the
couple will reside at Rt. 3,
Starke for a short hill' before
\Vhirlpool [ returning to Arlington Texas
SPECIALS I where both are students at
WASHER DRYER f Vry Arlington Baptist College.The .
bride is a 1975 graduateof
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For 0 Bradford High School. The
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? ; Trinity High School, Euless,

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.,,7 .. G'ville Deanery Kim Hodges Shower Honoree Gayle Hatcher Shower HonoreeMiss II

Meeting Held Kim Hodges, April 9 Arrangements of yellow Miss Gayle Hatcher, April 8 rite recipe and a kitchen gad-

bride-elect, was honored at a snapdragons were used at bride-elect, was honored at a get used in preparing the
'1 March 24 bridal shower Tuesday vantage points in the partyrooms. kitchen gadget shower Tues- recipe. The hostesses gave the
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evening March 22 given by day night, March 22 at the honoree a recipe box to put the :
Mrs. Anne Samons, presi- Mrs. Robert E. Allen, Jr. and Two games were played and home of Mrs. John Miller. recipes in. '!
dent, presided at the Spring daughter, Ann;and Mrs. Neil prizes were won by Mrs. Hostesses with Mrs. Miller The home was attractively !
Meeting of The Gainesville r I R. Crawford and daughter, Pauline Tanner and Mrs. were Mrs. Bob Ferguson, decorated for the occasion
Deanery of the St. Augustine 4Ja Karen at the home of the lat Charlene Chesser. Mrs. Jim Duncan, Mrs. Phil with potted plants and an Eas-
Diocesan Council of Catholic ter. The hostesses presented the Vellenga and Mrs. Randy ter basket arrangement.

Women, NCCW, held at St. Corsages were given to the honoree with a vegetable dish Johns.
Patrick's in Gainesville on honoree, her mother, Mrs. of her chosen china pattern as Miss Hatcher and her Thomas Hamiltons !

March 24.Annual. E.W. Hodges, Jr. and mother a memento of the occasion. mother, Mrs. Harry Hatcher, i
reports of Deanery 3 rr of the prospective groom, Twenty guests attended Jr. were presented corsages Celebrate 25th ;
goals and accomplishmentswere Mrs. Leaton Morgan between the hours 7:30: and 9 made of measuring spoons,

given by _Mrs. Samons The refreshment table was p.m. dried flowers and yarn. Anniversary
and Commission Chairmen; covered with a white lace The refreshment table was
Mrs. Elsie Pac, Mrs. Paige cloth over yellow linen and LITTLE WOMENTO centered with an arrangementof Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Newsome, Mrs. Nora Craw- centered with hand made MEET MONDAY hand made cloth flowers ina Hamilton celebrated their )

ford,Mrs.Antionette Coss and ; fiit bride and groom and maid of straw basket. The center- Silver Wedding Anniversary ;
._. Mrs. Helen Luther. (Mrs. Fifl I ( honor dolls,made by Mrs. J.T. Diane Snow, beauticianfrom piece was given to the honoreeas Sunday afternoon at their j
Harwood was elected to the ,. Lawson. Diane's Beauty Shop, a gift, along with a small home in Brooker. '
Jeannie Faulk, Diocesan Board). will talk and give make up tree hung with kitchen gad The immediate family .
Mrs. Gladys White, past demonstration at the Little gets. Each gadget was tied to joined in the celebration with .:
Vic NettlesTo president of the St. Augustine Twenty-four members of Women's Club meeting the tree with tiny ribbons. The an old fashioned cook-outt
Diocesan Council addressedthe Starke Elks Lodge, 1802 Monday night at 8 p.m. at the tree centered the gift table. homemade ice cream and ,1 l
Wed May 28 attended Open House at the club house. Each brought favo-
group expressing pleasureat guest a cake. .
home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
the progress of the four Chatting at. the Madison Street Baptist Church Spring I
Goss in Ocala
Saturday after 1
Deaneries during the past luncheon are: (left to right) The Rev O.D. Moore from I
Mr. and Mrs. Lucian A. Keystone -
noon after attending the dedication I ww J
She Mrs. Heights,Mrs. Charles Swartz, Mrs. Charles I ,
Johns of Jacksonville and Mr. year. presented Blalock, Mrs. ceremony at the Harr ,- .
and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. of Samons with an engraved Eloise Cozens Henderson und Mr. H.O. Dansby. Anna Crippled Children s j
.
for of the Gainesville .
Kingsley Lake announce the gavel use Hospital in Umatilla.
engagement and approaching Deanery. 54 Seniors Attend Spring Banquet Ii I
marriage of their daughterand Officers elected to serve for II
granddaughter, Jeannie the 1977-78 term were: Mrs. A I

Faulk, to Vic Nettles, son of Samons, president; Mrs. Saturday At Madison Street BaptistSpring
Mr.and Mrs. Thomas Frost of Marian Cerda, vice presi I

Madison, Tenn. and the late dentIrs.; Onellia Diaz, and Easter Include the names of several You be the j
and Mrs. Dolores
Ellis Nettles of Lake Butler. secretary treasurer. Officerswere decorations and guest speaker hundred Florida women. In
Meng,
Miss Faulk is a 1973 Henderson the series, Mrs. Hendersonsays
Eloise Cozens
graduate of Bradford High installed by Msgr. JohnP. she has not attempted a"Who's
the 3rd annual
highlighted !
Burns at the concelebratedMass
School and also attended Who"
but
Senior Banquet at the a compilation -
with Rev. Flannan
Florida Junior College in Madison Street Baptist of outstanding contri- judge
Jacksonville. Miss Faulk is Walsh, Deanery Moderator
butions made by Florida 1364wiml
Edward Church, Saturday, March 26.
John Dux Rev.
Rev. ,
employed with the Receptionand The Spring luncheon women to the cultural, reli- Soft, pre $1286
Booth, Rev. Patrick Foley,
Medical Center in Lake and Rev. Paul Kajdan. honoring the senior adults of gious, political and educa- washeddenim.
Butler. tional growth of the state,
Rev. Cletus Watson the church was hosted by the .
Mr. Nettles is employedwith mostly in the last decade.
WMU assisted by other ladies
,
addressed the at the $
Glenn Howard in Lake group Mrs. Henderson is currentlystate Padded top, lOGS
and of the church.
luncheon held at Flagler Inn men __
Butler. president of the National and
the of Christian Mrs.Charles Blalock servedas i tongue
on subject
The wedding will be an League of American Pen
mistress of ceremonies. .. insole. A
event of May 28 at the Churchof Unity. Korson from Several musical numberswere Women, does a weekly showon I l =2 a1
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Mrs. Mary WDVH and on WCJB-TV surefootedrubber
Jacksonville given by Mr. and Mrs. j""t.
Saints on Bessent Road, the 47th Annual gave Conventionof highlightsof Eddie Blalock. The 54 guests for "the beautiful people over I sole.

Starke, with a reception following the St. Augustine DCCW enjoyed festive Easter table 50" and is compiling a new Put us on.X1500 f_ _
at the Woman's Club of book of her weekly columns in .
decorations and an Easter
egg
scheduled for April 24, 25, and
Starke. the Gainesville Sun.
26 at the Robert Hotelin tree.The room carried out the
All friends and relatives are Meyer Spring theme with bright For the luncheon Mrs. ill NI ..IIh'no-.. '" """ .".
Jacksonville.Mrs. .
jt
invited to attend. Henderson shared her latest
Ida Dudzik and Mrs. Spring colors and dolls in r
McGill from Jackson- swings loaned by Miss Tina manuscript "What the Well-
Betty
Groomed Mind is Wearing thisYear" ...
Branham.Mrs. -
Tia Thornton ville joined the ladies of St.
a look through the
Henderson was introduced
Edward's Starke St.
,
Mary'sin alphabet for all women, wiml.111..011 oliii niunKill n
Shower by Mrs. Hazel Paulk as
HonoreeMiss Macclenny, St. Patrick's *.4Spii and Holy Faith of Gainesville "Little Coz," a name she is beginning with Awareness,
,
Tia Thornton was Epiphany in Lake City and St. known throughout Florida. Beauty, Consideration, 'a .when price is the difference.Compare
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Daring, and Enthusiasm and .
honored at a bridal shower Madeline's of Chiefland for She is the author of five
March 1, at 7:30: p.m. in the the Spring Meeting and volumes of "Florida Womenof ending with Zealous. She encouraged j ;
Pine Level Baptist Church luncheon. Distinction," begun in the the audience to pick these three quality, brand name was SI068.

Recreation Hall.Hostesses Also attending from St. mid GO'S and has grown; to from the alphabet and wear it SliP lawn tractors. Wheel Horse John Deere. In some instances. I 1.11. und J.D.'s average
with pride. And International Harvester Each is !known
were Mrs. Edward's Mrs. Carol actual
were 411 g quoted prices were comparable or lower
a
Leonard Moore, Mrs. Bishop Ashline, recording secretary, for its performance and dependabilityNow than Wheel Horse.
Myrick, Mrs. Joe Jackson, Mrs.Josephine Gumber, Mrs. Preferential Tea Held March 20 prices.
Mrs.Owen Alvarez, Mrs.John Mary Humphries..Mrs. Viola compare Prices Jo not include local taxes.Some pricesAn

Kenney, Sr., Miss Kathy Lefebvre and Mrs. Peggy By Beta Sigma Phi independent shopping survey taken! in were higher some lower. Check your local

Starling, Mrs. Eugene Lee, Shaller. h ..I January, 1977, among dealers in over 25 maWheel Horse Sales Inc. dealer: for his prices.
Mrs. Roman Alvarez, Mrs. The annual Preferential Tea Patray and Mrs. Vonda
riyiylinvfSTOMP'S jor U.S.cities specifically! showed the average Consistently Wheel Horse delivers ,
Jessie Ricks, Mrs. A.B. for Starke Beta Sigma Phi in of the price
Stephens was charge
Mrs Roy Bryant of the actual quoted prices for the John Deere and that hard.
performance dependability are
Whitehead, Mrs. Jerald chapters Xi Iota Delta and coffee service 100 was $1364: the International Harvester
Baldwin, Mrs. Mark Moody, Honored At Gamma Theta was held Sun- Beta Sigma Phi members to beat.
Model 81 was $1286; and Wheel Horse A-90
Mrs. J.N. Norman and Mrs. day afternoon, March 20, at attending were Nancy

James Davis. Stork ShowerMrs. the home of Mrs. Grady Over- Alvarez, Linda Bowen, Sue Why pay more
Blue hearts and wedding street. Little Mary Milton and
bells were used as decorations Roy Bryant and babyson The Preferential Tea is the Beverly Morgan of Gamma when you can own a

throughout the party room. honored at a final rushing event for Theta and Connie Best, Harriet !
Jason, were i'. .
Blue table cloths were usedon baby shower March 8 at 7:30: honored guests of the sorority Bryan, Cherie Cox, i' r Wheel Horse! :
I
the three tables. Baskets of .m. in the Pine Level Sunday before the pledge ceremony. Dimple Overstreet, Barbara Bradford Sq. .: ; ,
blue and pink flowers were on p School building. Honored guests, Mrs. Burrell Pa tray, Brenda Slade and 964-5423
the gift table. arrangement Hostesses were Mrs. Roman Hjmon, Mrs. Bill Looney and Vonda Stephens of Xi Iota

of pink and blue hand made Alvarez, Mrs. ,Mark Moody, Mrs. Jerry Redding, received Delta Wheel Horse ROSIER'S MONUMENTS & GARDEN NURSERY
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flowers flanked by five blue Mrs. Greg Padgett, Mrs. Joe yellow rose corsages and Mrs. E1 Dealers 301-340 S. Walnut St., Starke, Fla.
candles centered the refreshment Thornton, Mrs. J G. Broome, Virginia Darby, a past director UDC Meeting 964-6214
table. Cokes were Mrs. Jerald Baldwin, Mrs. of Gamma Theta, was a \ Denim refers to upper
served from a round table. special guest.Xi .
Mrs. Owen
Bishop Myrick, April 6 I
with and Iota Delta members II
Games prizes Alvarez, Jr., Mrs. Wesley were I
refreshments were enjoyed Moody, Mrs. James Davis, hostesses for the tea. Chapter At Holiday Inn
hours. Cherie Cox and
during the party -Mrs. A.B. Whitehead Mrs. presidents I
K.:
John Kenney, Sr. and Mrs. Mary Milton received guestsat
the door.Multicolored. The W.T. Weeks Chapter,
J.M. Norman. usedin candles and UDC will meet Wednesday, Fw I
cradle theme was
< The streamers of ribbon carriedthe April 6 at 3 p.m. at the HolidayInn rte'a
;W //Io.J the decorations. Pink, blue a
"Follow the Rainbow"theme for their April meeting. "
and yellow baby pictures were I
Miss Linda Haas of Tampawas hung on the walls. of the year. A bouquetof __

home on vacation last The refreshment table was the spring refreshment flowers was table used which on Dessert will be served by I LI y s L1: 2 1 1I,

week. covered with a blue cloth and was covered with a lace the hostesses, Mrs. G.J. ,r'I ,I
centered with a pink, blue and McGriff, Sr., Mrs. H.L. Speer
trimmed white cloth. Punch
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Neal yellow floral arrangement in a served and Mrs. Herbert Thomas. I
was by Mrs. Arthur
Belche and daughters of Norfolk cradle that was playing II

Va. arrive Saturday for a Brahm's lullaby.
weeks visit with their The gift table was covered I

mothers, Mrs. Lila Caldwell in with a blue cloth and held a SEAFOOD
Starke and Mrs. AC. Belchein pink cradle with a baby doll in

Lake Butler. it.
Games with prizes were enjoyed
during the party hours.
Mrs. E.A. Bradshaw, the

former Bee Cox, of Orlandoand ,. .
Miss Louise Cox of Mont '? ... \ ., t. '
TRAVEUnrVWUIFEDUCATION :;\ ,. .
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guests of Mrs. Lila Caldwell. ., .. JI. ROCK
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visited Mr. and Mrs. Marion Monday 10 A.M. TII 2 P.M. I

Harrington and family at Bradford Square 2/10.1112 SCALLOPS Lb. $299 urm.edSopp.yAPPALACHICOLA Lb. I

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I Elks Installation Monday, April 4 y : = Strawberry Swingers I t ee-w i StarkeElementary

Have Covered Dish .. .

B.P.O. Elks Starke Lodge Mrs. Vernon Nichols, Mr. and

1802 will have Installation of Mrs. George Brown, Mr. and Supper March 25 .
new officers for 1977-78 on Mrs. Robert Wolff, Mr. and
Monday, April 4, in 7 p.m. Mrs. Robbie Shaller, Mr. and k School spelling champion
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The ; and
ceremony with dinner to Mrs. William McMullen, Mr. r1 r Strawberry Swingers M Susan Alvarez runner-up
Square Dance Club and the Dale Buchanan will represent
follow at 8 p.m. and Mrs. Henry Spears, Mr.
class had a covered dish Starke Elementary in the
On March and Mrs. Martin Einspahr.
Saturday, 26,
and chicken Bee
fry Friday Bradford Spelling
Elks and their Ladies from all Mr. and Mrs. George supper County .
at Hank Kyle's chicken March 31.
night
Thursday,
over the state of Florida attended Knobloch, Mr. and Mrs.
farm on &R-18 east of Hamp They will be accompanied to
the dedication of the Joseph Goss and Mr. Clyde
Bee by 6th grade
the County
Anna Reid. ton.The
new llarry- CrippledChildren's
members danced on the + teacher, Barbara Reddish,
at Uma- After the dedication a deli-
Hospital _
cement floor of the chicken It and principal Dewey
cious barbecue was served
tilla.Grand Exalted Ruler followed by a tour of this house, with caller Gil Crosbyof 1e a McKinney We wish Susan and
Gainesville following the much success
George H. Klein was the beautiful new hospital. Dale
"It was really an achievement supper Starke Elementary students
principal speaker.
Among those who attended that makes one proud to The club presented badgesas have been busy planting pine
from Starke Lodge were: know that by being an Elk in honorary members to seedlings which were donatedby
caller Gil Crosby and his wife Goodowns.
Exalted; Ruler and Mrs. Florida they helped to make it d Charles
George Dominiaruii, PER and happen," says Exalted Ruler Jacque.Outoftown. Spring vacation is next
George Dominianni. guests attend- ltd t ; week, April 4-8. School will
ing were Mr. and Mrs Roy ., I resume on Monday, April 11.
Page of Whittier, Calif., who .e, a The next meeting of the
;JJjoJ/ now were traveling around the P.T.O. has been changed from

country and attending square April 18 to Tuesday, April 26,
Out-of-town guests t Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr, -. .., _.... dances enroute; also attend- at 7:30: p.m. in the school
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March ""
Mrs. Louie Bell Parks and -- -- -
!Ilull-Akridge wedding ing were Dr. and Mrs. Heinz cafeteria.
18 were !Mrs A.S. Rollins, Mrs. Mabel Stringfellow Stoelting of Berlin, Germany
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Jimmy Martin
grandmother of the bride, attended the golden wedding demonstrates used sick house guests of the D.W. Whif- Seabee's Reunion
for Mr. a breathing apparatus on injured or
anniversary reception
!Mrs. Susan Garrison and fens.
to third Flakes members of Mrs. VickiMeal's
persons !grader Sherry as
daughter, Christy, cousins of and Mrs. Bub Carter in Lake The class has completed all ScheduledThe
class at Southslde Elementary got a tour of a hospital
the bride, all of LaGrange, Butler on Sunday.Mr. rescue unit.Students 68 movements usually taughtin
Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Billy 30-weeks of class in less
shown are Pam Mickell, Marshall Phillips Alvin mid-year reunion and
.
and Mrs. R.O. Dansby
McCormick i and daughter of Starke and Capt. and Mrs. James Gary Chewning, Kyle Harrison, Levi Simmons, Albert than 20 weeks. Caller Gil convention of The Florida
Jennifer of Wildwood, Mr. and of Gainesville Itaugess and Sharon Woods. Principal Lucille Payne is seen Crosby says he's never before Seabee's will be held at The
!Mrs. James Crews of Jack Mickey Dansby had class
a as good. Duringthe
The visit Southslde of Lido Beach
visited Mr. and Mrs. Sherrill looking on. to was courtesy Tommy Lime Tree Inn on
sonville and and final weeks of their lessons
Mr. Mrs. 10
llutcliins of Live Dansby and family in Tall- Harrison who Is In charge of respiratory therapy at the hospital. class members will be in Sarasota April 2223.A .
Handy ahassee on Sunday. Harrison's son, Kyleis a member of Mrs. Beat's class but he banquet and entertain-
Oak.Mr says his staff would be happy to visit any school which asks. learning advanced move Even the teachers got Into the act for 'SO's Day at Southslde ment for all Seabee's and
and Mrs. G. Carl ments in preparation for Elementary. Pictured (I-r) Mrs. Beth 3rd
are: Freeman grade Queen Bee's will follow the
Alderman of Baltimore. Rev. T.A. Steele of Eagle the State
attending Square teacher; Mrs. Kay Waters teachers aide, and Ms. Cyndee afternoon meeting. For more
I are visiting his sister Mrs. Lake spent the weekend with Dance Convention in and .
par5onald .- Lawrence. 3 4 grade teacher. information on the reunion
r
1 L A Canova this week. Mrs. W.B. Mundy. Lakeland this !May. '"
and other Seabee's activitiesin
i
Square Nine couples Dance Club of the and Starke class 50's Week Closes With Contest Florida contact Navy Seabee -
I Veterans of America,P.O.
SHOPPER'S SPECIAL! Among those attending the Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief also attended the fourth Sat. Slicked down hair and Chappell, 9, son of Mr. and Box 2942, Sarasota, Fla. 33578.
National Guard Officer's con- spent the weekend with Mrs. urday dance of the Gainesville bobby socks thick around Mrs. Hiram Chappell of
ference in Orlando during the Sybil Betts in Quincey and Square Dance Council last their ankles students at South- Starke. His teacher is Mrs. SANTA FE SETS
Thursday & Friday weekend were: CWO and Mrs. also visited Mr. and Mrs. Saturday night at the Bee side Elementary School Beth Freeman and Marie SPRING SCHEDULE

A.J. Eaves. CWO and Mrs. Archie Fuller in Moultrie, Ga. Center in Gainesville. Attend- carried out the theme of the Doughman, 8, daughter Mr.
only George Winkler CWO and on Saturday.Mrs. ing from Starke were Hank 1950's dress with a costume and Mrs. Billy Doughman of Santa Fe Community

Mrs. B.C. Holtzendorf, Jr., Lt. Anne and Mary Ann Kyle, Larry contest and songs of the 50's Starke. College's non-credit
Col. and Mrs Don Rardon, Betty Phillipsand during lunch Friday, March Judges for the 1950's Day
E Mrs. George Flynn, Jr. and Carol Bruner, Jerry and curriculum for the coming
Capt. and Mrs. Terry Rieske, visited Mrs. mother, Dina Petrella, Melvin and 25.Prior Costume Contest were; term offers a wide variety of
and !Mrs. Flynn's the contest each Richard Jockel, Brenda Shin-
49C Capt. Wayne Jordan Mrs. Fred Field, in Tampaover Barbara Prevatt, Joe and to warm weather pursuits, with
3CraWPJLYiSb Col. and Mrs. William Bell, the weekend. Mary Gissy, John and Ann morning during the week an holser, Marilyn Vellenga and gardening, golfing, and guitar
Col. and Mrs. Fred Lewellenand Greene, Al and Marge Car- event of that period of time Pat Spengler. Each contest instruction heading the list.
Lt. Col.! and Mrs. William discussed. winner received an Elvis
Mrs. Bill Glover and lisle, Louin and Cleo Redding, was Non-credit registration will
Ellis. Bob and Mary Agnes Winners of the costume con- Presley record. be March
daughter, Karen, of Floral Ferguson. held 28 beginning at

If bloodcirculation City were Monday overnight test For were the fifth grade Andy "t 7 a.m. and March 29 and 30
$ ; your guests of Mrs. Eve Godwin.Mr. beginning at 9 a.m. in Building"E"
Chaff of Mrs. Bobbie
Hot is 11, son
Fudge at the college's North-
slowing down, ] and Mrs. D. Ritch Faye Chaff of Starke his ;biJ YOJtwIV west Campus, 3000 N.W. 83rd
teacher is Mrs. Sandra Dun-
Brownie Delight" at"Dairy Q neen. see "WHO ELSE Green were in SI. Charles, Mo. -rJid 'IJou.-Xnow can and Melissa Jackson, Street.
For information about
from Thursday to Wednesday
PAST 40?
of Mr. and Mrs.
10 daughter
to attend the funeral of her Mr and Mrs. W.H. Mr. and Mrs Charlie registration or the spring
You can all day and won't find bargain lake
shop you another our (See Page/ 16)) Marc Jackson of Starke. Her
Brownie Delight at our special shopper's price1' It's really three nephew, John Aston, Jr. Steinmeyer of Jacksonville teacher is Mrs. Ernestine Wiggins of Stockton. Ga. were term non-credit schedule,
taste treats in one a mighty mound of tempting Dairy Queen, were Monday visitors of her Sunday visitors of Mrs. L.D. contact SFCC's Communityand
rich hot ludge topping and delicious nut- Local admittances to mother, Mrs. W.F. Herlong. Register. Vining.Mr. Evening Programs Officeat
filled brownies Reward yourself today Sixth grade winners were
SWARI4IiicERMIE Bradford Hospital this the Northwest ,
(i, County Campus or
) Henry Browder, 12, son of Mr.
Jordan of Live Oak
week include: Mrs. Erica Joey and Mrs. T.II. Slade and phone 3775161.
: $. 1.. ., :: Vogency, Mrs. Jessie Fowler, visited his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hank Browder of !Mrs. Clyde Sinclair attendedthe
Starke. His teacher is Mrs.
MCM,16Ts 60 "V0I'P11J Mark Garrison, Alton and Mrs. II.A. Lawson on rehearsal dinner for the HAMPTON: COUNCILTO
They lookYl\ Julia Ripplinger; and Robin DISCUSS PLANA
I and
Friday Monday.Mr.
', Bennett, Mrs. Frances Quinney-Hazard
Ar wedding
a lot' like ."l Stern, 11, daughter of Mr. and
DAIRY, t JE6AJI ants with wing... i Strickland Hamilton, Rebecca Mrs. Phillips Sarah, and Mrs. Robert G. Mrs. Roland Stern of Starke. night party and in Jacksonville also attended Friday the special meeting of the

= l .I Frank Strickland Mrs. Lena Bitgood of Hope Valley, R.I. Her teacher is Mrs. Elaine weddingSaturday night at the Hampton City Council will be
,_ GET HELP Davis and Mrs. Edith Buff of are visiting his parents Mr. Wood. Riverside PresbyterianChurch held at 7 p.m. Tuesday April
.) Starke; Willie Carter and and !Mrs. Hobert E. Bltgood, Winners in the fourth grade and reception 5, to make suggested changes
,, I feel: 1t4.571L Mrs.] Nancy Thornton of in Theressa for three weeks. were Melanie and Dianne following. in the town's comprehensive
7 Wood, 9, daughters of Mr. and
planning map.
Arthur
-;, tars .ALL. GO TO DAIRY QUEEN FLORIDAPEST Raiford; Livingstonand Mrs. L.H. Wood of Starke. The meeting will be at-
t" \ Mrs. Helen Tate "of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Welty Mrs. Mildred Rieves
rfejf 1401 N. Temple Ave. Keystone Heights; Carl Hodgeof and family spent the weekend Their Lawrence teacher and is David Ms. Cyndee Little, returned to her home in Honey tended by County Zoning and
Brooker; Rudolph Crews of visiting her mother, Mrs.Jane Grove, Texas Tuesday after Director L.M. Games
VC 0NTR0I.i 9, of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
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Strawberry Basket Cake Earns Janet Harris Sweepstakes PrizeStrawberries J



earned Janet String Beans: 1)) Edna Norman, Marie Banks.!

Harris a Bradford County Norton 2)) Mrs. Lola Johnson. RELISH 1)) Joy Norman. 2)) Edna JELLY Syrup: I 1)) Lon/o Starling t,
Fair ribbon in Potatoes: 1)) Edna Norton. S
sweepstakes 1)) Norman. Norton, 3)) Hyta Thomas, 4)) Kumquat: 1 1)> Lola Johnson.
the Food Department of the Squash: Joy BAKED: PRODUCTS
Mrs. A. Russell Norman. Guava: 1)) 11.11. Harris
Home Division with
Tuesday FRUITS Grape: I 1)) Lola Johnson,
her all-edible strawberry Yeast breads and rolls: 1 I'
PRESERVES: Edna Sanders, 2)) Edna
basket cake. Joy Norman 2)) June!
1)) Hula Thomas, 2)) Edna Norton, Marie Banks, Carylan
The cake, shaped as an Sanders 3)) Carylan Joiner, 4) Fig: 1)) Lola Johnson 2)) Joyner. Brownlee.
overflowing basket of straw- Plain 'akes (not iced) I I'*
Edna Norton. Edna: Norton, 3)) Edna Green Tomato: I 1)) Hyta
berries and leaves is ready to Sunders.Pear Thomas. Camille Whitaker.
eat, basket and all. Janet said Cakes )Decorated) I I.>
PICKLESCucumber : I 1)) Edna Norton, 2)) May )Haw: 1)) Carolyn
she had the cake Janet
seen picturedin Harris 2)) Carolyn
Mary A. Bransen. Carver.
a magazine and decided to : 1)) Barbara Carver,3)1'ennyWerderman) .
db $ t enter it in the Fair. Balkcom 2)) Joy Norman, ?Bransen.Strawberry: 1)) Mary A. Norton.Blackberry: 1)) Edna Charlem Raulerson.

k Number one indicates a blue Edna Norton, 3)) Hyta ,
ribbon, No. 2 red, and No. 3 Thomas, Viola Anderson, MARMALADES\ AM JAMS Cakes ( cut out) I ICharlene I''' F
white. Marie Banks, Edna Sanders. Guava: 1)) 11.11. Harris. Collection of 3 Vegetables: Raulerson, :2 >
Okra: 1)) Mrs. A. Russell Blackberry: I 1)) Edna 1)) Hyta Thomas.Collection William Whitfield eI
Norton. of 3 Relishes: I 1))
CANNED PRODUCTSVEGETABLES Norman Cookies) : I 1)) 'arolyn Joym'l'
Squash: 1)) H,11. Harris, 2) Grape: 1)) Hyta Thomas', 2)) Delia Rosenberg. Edna: Norton 2)) (Camille
Edna: Norton. Mary A. Bransen. Whitaker. I
: Collection ot 3 Jellies: I )
Dilled Pears: 1)) Edna Strawberry: 1)) Jackie 11.11.. Harris. 'andy : II I ) Jackie Johns 2)
Norton 2)) Viola Anderson. Johns, 2)) Louise Starling, 3))
Camille Whitaker.
Tomatoes: 1)) Edna Norton, Edna Norton. Peppers: 1)) Mrs. A. Russell
2),Mary Ann Dake. Beets: 1)) Jean Koznowski.AOFDRQ .

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I it Rec Director Resigns


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I 1 COUNTY 1 Randall Davis, director of The county kicks in money Davis said the city leveledall
-,--'. \' the Starke Recreation Department each year, $11,000 for this the salaries of department'heads
/ t+a o9 T ) has resigned to take the year, but Davis said that in 1975 except that of the
", newly created position of might not be a fair share since recreation director, which hasa At
r- .Y .1 _s At Recreational I Therapist half of the 1,500 registered base salary of $10.600. The
l ; 1'I Director at Lawtey participants are residents of salary does not include any
.-' :m.,;" i'f I /1,1',1 Correctional Center. the county. The programs overtime and Davis said .
Beginning with the offered by the recreation many times the hours may be
recreation department in 1906, department cover diversifiedareas from 8 a.m. to midnight,
Mrs. Mary Horsey displays her sweepstakes! winner in thet'edlt'work
Davis has been the director from senior citizens especially when summer
Department of the Home Division of the
county He said recreation are in
since February 1973. athletic events and the programs
fair :\lrl.lIene-y! made the western leisure suit for her husband, "bitter" but full swing. at.S I,
he is not leaving summer recreation program
Doley. the steady decline in funds said Davis. The same position in citiesof
allocated to his departmentdid SigHing differences with comparable size would
influence his seeking out the city council in the past range from $12.000 to $15.000: )
First Try At Man's Suit another position. about salary for the Davis said. He said the

"Whenever the city runs recreation director, Davis position with the stale would -... I IweS.
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short, the recreation budge is said his position was the only be a salary increase and he -
Wins Fair Needlework I N ? the first item cut," said Davis. department head in Starke would be responsible for Sweepstakes winner in UK-
Just three years ago the city city government' that developing and supervising food department of the homo
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$41,000 but has the facilities and for division 1 viiis Janet' Ihirris of
budget was required a college degree, but program '
Mrs Doley ( Mary) Mersey GARMENTS: : YJ declined each year to $37,000for is also the lowest paid by the prison center at Lawtey. Kintfslpv Lake ,Jam'\'" |pricecake ;
was the Bradford County Fair this year, Davis said. almost 2000. The facility is built to house a that is edible, basket and

sweepstakes winner in the Ladies Dress (Street etc.): ') .,. maximum of IWM) inmates. all.
Needlework Department of I) Lucille Godwin 2)) Camille 4/r ; ; ,
? 4-H Winners. Even if
the Home Division for her Whitaker 3) Janet Brownlee. F .. you use

entry of a man's double knit Ladies Long Dress: 1) wl l lr the short form
western leisure suit. Lucille Godwin, 2)) Joy Dobbs, Lisa Miracle, 3)) Mary Flowers; Randy Merritt, Harvested Vegetables: 1)) ,
Her entry judged on Norman 3)) Janet Brownlee.Ladles Brantley. Birth Certificate; Gina Cindy Douglas. it could
Tuesday also won a blue 2-Piece Ensemble: ( ( Ceramics: 1)) Dana Luke, Arnett, Panda Bear; Mary pay you
ribbon for the short sleeve 1)) Lucille Godwin 2)) Joy Yid) I Christie Faulkner, 2)) Bud Brantley, Wax Dripping. to see us."
shirt made to go with the suit. Starling 3)) Janet Brownlee. L) 4 : J Belanger\ Kirk Miracle, 3)) HORTICULTURENonFlowering MISCELLANEOUS
Mrs. llersey, who has only Ladies 3-Piece Ensemble: Lisa Miracle, Phillip Woods, PROJECTS
been sewing for two years, 1)) Lucille Godwin, 2)) Charlene Paul Woods Susan W x ds. House
said this was her first attempt Crocheted Articles : 1 1)) 15 Days
Plants Christie Leather
liaulerson. the fair sweepstakes winnerin : 1)) Faulkner, Craft; 2)) Pam
Bill Wilson looks at county
Mrs.
at a man's suit and She Paula Anderson Dollie Left
pants. Pants Suit: 1)) Lucille her daughter Del 2)) Jenecia Bright, Cindy Arnett. Kirk Miracle.
Division, by
the Arts and Crafts an entry 1 1.dated
said she debated on whether to Murnee, 3)) Gina Arnett.
Godwin. 2)) Charlene Parrish. Lamps: 1))
done in crewel embroidery with a Randy Starling,
enter her first attempt and Kaulerson 3)) Janet Brownlee. Dougherty. The pictures are Embroidered Article: 1)), Flowering House Plants 1) Bradlee Cox. .il"Henry
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three dimensional effect. Judges were not aware the entry was -.. i.
"shocked" to hear that Doll Waters Deborah Green
was Ladies Slacks: 1)) Lucille Janice Combs. Pot Holders: 3)) Mary
she /had won the sweepstakesribbon. Godwin 2)) Charlene by the daughter of Fair Manager Bill Wilson Tootsie Tucker 3)) Randy) Cactus and Succulents: 1)) Brantley W. Block

Kaulerson 3)) Camille Merritt. Linda Newman, Joyce Poster Craft: 1)) Angela That's Reason No. 15.
Mrs. Hersey said her main Whitaker. Exhibit t of Merit: Blue Thorpe Gail Arnett, 2)) Karen Johnson, 2)) Sam Tyson Even the short form'is more
hobby is sewing and she Ladies Skirt: I D) Lucille Crewel Pictures Ribbons Deborah Green, Thorpe Christie Faulkner, 3)) Latany Tyson, Sherry complicated this year. So
makes clothes for everyone in Godwin 2)) Charlene Stuffed Turtle; Dana Luke, William Woods, Aubrey Norman, 3)) Mellissa Norman to be sure you pay just the
her family and is teaching her Kaulerson. Deer; James Banks Horse Woods. Darlene Norman. smallest legitimate) tax-

12-year-old daughter to sew. Ladies Blouse: 1)) Lucille Decoupage'; Randy Combs, Hanging Baskets: 1)) Pam Electricity: 1)) Bryan it could pay you to see
Godwin. 2)) Camille Whitaker. Yarn Dogs; Angela Johnson, Arnett 2)) Christie Faulkner, Stephens, 2) Jimmy Bell. Block. And if switching to
CIII UJI\E'i'S\ : :31) Charlene Kaulerson. Win Fair RibbonA Snail. Red Ribbons- Randy 3) William Woods, Aubrey Woodworking: 1)) Randy the long form will save you
OK BABY (GARMENTS: :: Brunch Coat or Duster: 1)) Balkcom Sand Art; Jenecia Woods. Starling, 2)) Martin Hunter ''money, we'll show you Just

Lucille Godwin.; Bright, Owls; Roger Dobbs Hanging Baskets: 1) Pam ,Bradlee Cox, Rhonda Truett, how much.
Baby Dress: 1)) Hyta Jacket or Cape (Short) : 1)) series of Robert Thorpe. (Sand Art; Randy Merritt, Arnett, 2)) Christie Faulkner, Don- Green.-.Tammy'Barnes"; I
eight crewel
Thomas. ", Mary !Kelton, 31> Charlene embroidery earned Ceramics (stained) : 2)) 1Stuffed Turtle; Ronnie Jones, ,: Mellissa Norman. Jenecia Bright, Karen H&R BLOCK
Girl's; Dress, ((2-0 Yrs.): 2)) pictures Drawing; Steve Prokop,
Kaulerson. Del Dougherty a sweepstakes Debra Passwater. j Terrariums: I 1)) Evette Thorpe, Eddie Seawick, 3)) > 1 he Tax
(Debra Passwater. Man's Shirt ( Dress or ribbon in the Ceramics (glazed): 1) Mrs. Cannon. White Ribbons Bright, 2)) Doll Waters. Bud Belanger, Richie Orten income Peop
(;irl's! Dress ((7-14' Yrs) 3)) Tuesday arts and Sharri! Dobbs, Decoupage' 118 N Walnut 964-9280
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Sport) : 1)) Mary llersey 2)) crafts division of the fair. Lois Atchinson 2)) Mildred Container Vegetables: 1)) Jody Drawdy, Steve Open 9.6 Mon Fro
Janet BroxMilee Lucille Godwin 3)) Camille Each framed picture showsa Frick 3)) Louella McWilliams. Picture; James Banks, Darlene Norman. Hendrick, Robby Jones. .
Boy's Shirt ((7-14)) : 2)) Whitaker. Set 9.8
different type of Macrame: 1)) Helen Hersey.
t'harlene Kaulerson. Man's Tie1)) Lucille greenery 2)) Shirley Reddish 3)) Tarsy
with a three dimensionaleffect. Shoes! Shoes! Shoes!
Boy's Suit (12-1i1> : l II> Hyta (Godwin. Wolbert.

Thomas. Man's Suit: I U) Mary l Jersey Stuffed animals: ,1)) 1IiIiCarieI' New and Used CENTRAL HEAT & AIR
:Miscellaneous Garments: lSWl( ':EI'STAKES).
Other winners in the arts 2)) Ruby Cooper, 3))
::11)> Janet! Hrownlee. Man's Sport Coat : I 1)) Debra and crafts division were: Ruth Darby. From 25 to $4

Passwater. Oil Paintings: 3)) Joy Miscellaneous: 1)) Debra
KNITTING: : ( Miscellaneous Garments: Norman. Passwater 2)) Helen llersey Other Flea Market Items Also Let us explain our energyAll

1)) Charlene Kaulerson, Decoupage' : I ) Del 3)) Joyce Starling.
Sw eat er-\Voman's: l 11> Lola Bathing Suit; 1)) Lucille
Dougherty 2)) Joy Norman. At
Johnson. 2)) Diane Yawn 3)) ; Buck's Market
Godsun.; Wedding Gown 2)) String Art:: l 1)) Joy Starling, saving systemPutnam
Huth Darliy..sweaterChild's. Lucinda Cruce. Wedding ::11 I) Koberl Thorpe Some 2.000,000 people live
\ : I II) Joy Gown.; Crewel Embroidery: I 1)) Del along Puget Sound, two- Hall
Starling. 2)) Kuth Darley. I.INKNS: :: Dougherty. 2)) Karron Green thirds; of Washington's population Closed Tuesdays Only I
Afghan: :3)) Huth Darley. National Geographicsays.
I'niu-ho or Cape: ::11 l> Huth Tablecloth: 1)) Clarice :3))Charcoal Cookie Mundoff.: J 1)) VivianI LARGE LOCAL EGGS 49'Per Doz. )I COMPLETELY

Darley. Stephens. .. n, "" ..M__...
Article of Merit 1 II> Maggie -hmpton, 4.1 Joy tiuiiiiun.Pen
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Gennell
Pillow Cases: 1))
Pencil 1)) Jean
or :
(llis.son. Starling( 2)) Lola Johnson 3)) Ko/.now.ski, 2)) Dayl Smith 3)) INSURANCE PROBLEMS? I INSTALLED
CltOCIIKTl.il.vSet : Joy Starling.( Jan Norton.
Quilt: I 1)) Bobby Lee Pastel:: 2)) Beth Crews. Call 496.3411
((3 pieces) : 21 Ruth Pearson. 21) Sadie Elder, 3)) Metal and Leather Craft: 2))
D.irUyWoman's t ;\ K.D. Elder. :
Sweater: 1 II> Bedspread: 2)) Lola
DOYLE VARNES INSURANCEAGENCY
Barbara Watts :2"! Diane" Johnson. $1490(2TON
\ .1\\II. Quilt Top: 1) Florence Cake Novelties 'J2
Dress. l II> B.irhm-a Willis Waters 2)) Gertrude' ('ruce.Buby .

(1lghan: l II> Itarlxiru. Watts.it Quilts: 1)) Debra 9230 All Blvd J...... Fla 32211 685 B. Main Street
: Dorothy I-Vdak. ::11> C'laria) Passwater. ,
:Slt'plllMIS'1 ladies Handbag: 3)) Jean 904/724-6220 LAKE BUTLER FLORIDA ( SYSTEM)
11.1\ b\ Alghans. : l II> DorothyI'Vilik. Ko/noski.
Ji I :Mary Khixlen Tote Bag: I 1)) Lila Caldwell. ComyMtUmOf! plus any necessary
Vest11 I Ruth I D.irley. Pillows: 1)) Barbara Watts, electrical work
I'oiichoor ('''Pt': 1 II> 1 K\el: >n :J!) Luella McWilliams. 3)) Cab hat,..... Su..rfl"
truce Kcmona! ; Johns.Needlepoint.
sh.i\\ls. l II Joy Starling.( 2)) : : I 1)) lIess11111'1' And 1M ton. Proiueh YOUR ndependent '
Vickv' :Starling.' : ( ,\ \\s. INSURANCE 1ns rance/AGENr/ ; BONDS
,Article, ul :Merit I : 1\I> Barbara (Hugs: U :Mrs. L. Atchinson, Mall OfJtn tllllI."" / .s.vu. You n5.r SAVE $$ ON
Walls. :2! > .Diane Yawn.Electrical :2)!) Aleen Sharpe.

YOUR ELECTRIC

Firm Opens Business .

The Sunshine Electrical: and and Pete Gaskins will be the Manufacturers Sales Room lr BILL

I'lul1Il1l11lSupply\ ('0.., Inc isOl't'lIl11l assistant manager. Carrier'* I
\ a branch in Starke at The owners said after 'J- E" unit i I.w"w alto lullllllllgllllq IINI

:!nl"II'S!: \_. "'I'id.lY.prilt.I. considering several possible available. Demand
The o\* nera. A C :ilton and locations they decided to MEN'S LEE MEN'S LEEJEANS :.I I to I11111N1INa
W W Blanton, have combined locate in Starke. I ( tee efficiency compari-
'lit years experience in I the "We feel this is a progressive sons before you buy. "Ntlllllllll
initiate( plumbing and area with excellent PAINTERS PANTS !i I Carrier beats them all ii
electrical trade and maintain potential for our t type busines to 70% depending
ii home mules in Lake City, and\\e hope to render a useful up
with 16ears' service to the people of on the band
Buck Spradley $1095 )J'
> experience will be the Bradford County, says $12
.manager of the Starke store :Milton.

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I 1. by Elizabeth Terry Orlando. Elizabeth Smyth and visited Mrs. Darlene Norman Griffis and children of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie daughters Miss GeraldCarmichael Knowles and children, also of
Phone 782-3300 John Wilson went with them. on Friday afternoon. Palatka attended Home bobbs. Other guests of the and Mrs. Shirley Jacksonville. I
They came back to the Coming at Highland with their Dobbs' were their grand-
Wilson's on Sunday Mrs. Mrs. W.F. Atwood and her mother, Mrs. Nellie __ __ .. __u_ ..
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Dougherty and sons will be mother, Mrs. Onie Thornton, Wilkinson, and sister Mrs. ---I .
Harper and family and their with her parents for three and aunt, Mrs. Pierce Crews, Daisy Boch.
Church of God: Sunday parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.H. months while Major were business visitors in Mr.and Mrs. Cohen Peele of TEST j'1 1 ;:
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Harper, of Starke, were Dougherty Is overseas. They Jacksonville. on Tuesday. Jacksonville visited their
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday afternoon guests of will join him after that time. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston aunts,Mrs.Flossie Rosier and
Prayer Meeting Wednesday their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie visited Mrs. Marcie Taylor in Mrs. Rossie Reddish, on TIlE A MA ZINGRabbit
7:30: p.m. YPE Friday at 7:30 Carl Prevatt. Wilkison III and Geneva Bradford County Hospital Sunday afternoon.
Celeste Melton attended a Wilkison spent Sunday Sunday afternoon. Jerri Starling and friend
p.m.
Evergreen Baptist: weiner roast with her uncle afternoon with their grand- Mr and Mrs. David Mooreof Robin, of Perry were Sunday
Sunday School 10 a.m. Clarence Melton, who is her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Jacksonville, Mrs. C.Y. dinner guests of his parents,
Worship Services 11 a.m. and TU. Teacher, on Saturday. Wilkison. Mayo of Tampa, Mrs. Ben Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starlingand
T.U. 6 Mrs. Laura Manning of Mrs. Onie Thornton of lloltzendorf, Mrs. Mamie Lou family.
7 p.m. p.m. Prayer .
Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. Lake Wales will spend some Auburndale is visiting her son- Edwards,Mrs. Drew Reddish, Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts
Faith Baptist: Radio time with her brotherinlawand in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence visited their mother, Mrs.
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Program on WPXE 8 a.m. on sister, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.W.F Atwood and family, Dinkins of Starke, and Mrs. Bessie Watts, at Geriatric ,
Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m. Walter Wilkerson. Their and her sister, Mrs. Pierce S.D. Andrews and Debbie of Nursing home at St. Augustineon
Worship Services 11 a.m. and sister-in-law, Mrs. Hazel Crews. Wildwood visited Mr. and Sunday of last week. !
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Padgett, and her mother, Mrs. Mrs. Clifford Taylor of Mrs. Fred Moore over the Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Grider
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Annie Crews of Jacksonville Middleburg was a Sunday weekend. of Starke and Mr. and Mrs.
Grace United Methodist: stopped by Sunday on their dinner guest of her son and Mrs. Jack Harris of State Ben McCulley and David were
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. way home after visiting Mr. dau hter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Farm and Mrs. Pierce Crews Sunday dinner guests of Mr. .,
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Padgett in Veterans Hospital, visited her cousin, C.U. and Mrs. Barry Watts and
7pm. Gainesville. Eugene Taylor, and family. Crews, in Lake Butler on Barry Lee.
Palm Sunday will be observed Mr. and Mrs. O.B. Wigginsof Mrs. A.B. Wainwright and Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbsof MILLER-BROWN MOTORS
on Sunday, April 3 at Jacksonville were Sunday Mrs. Pat Richardson and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis Jacksonville were Sunday
dinner of their parents, children of Jacksonville and family and Mrs. Maines afternoon of their 4222 N. W. 13th ST. .U.S. 441 NORTH GAINESVILLE I
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I BHS Golfers Whip SA Break School \" I Imi
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BRADFORD .... _14..

-SINCtutr_ cOp The margin of defeat for have been playing better than players shot par golf] still short putt and BHS lost by one
Bradford High one-foot golfers provedto this the record indicates. remaining tied. stroke, 132-131, Lee Casey, who shot a 40, Valmski and Lee Casey each
pl11Y1'il be two the local putts linksmen "Of course, I think we're On the 3rd par-3 168-yard also had a chance to tie the carded a 38 and Scott Robertswas
week lost as stroke to snake bit," says Coach hold Bradford's Scott Robertswas UlIS 158 TIGERS 157 BHS school record of 153 but one back at 39. f .,
twice by a single Warney Adkinson of the two missed a short 14-inch putt. '*.
both Columbia High in Lake about 10 feet short of the "If you get four kids
matches lost by one foot Bradford "Those things can be expected ""'
and to Oak Hall in putts. green. Gaines was on the High golfers went shooting under got a
City Gainesville.BHS Yeah, we're shooting good green about 20 feet from the down by a stroke, 158-157, to in this game,"Stare pretty good 40Jou've Pro Te
set a course record of scores but we're not winning." pin. Both Oak Hall playerswere Columbia High after a Herb Herres,pro at the Herb Herres The BITS golfers .'
( 153 in medal play to establisha on the green, some 10 disastrous final hole which Golf and County Club are staying together, scoring (I
new school' record in BIIS OAK HALL 131 and 15 feet away from the pin. cost them their defeat of the Scott Roberts led BHS close to each other, not too 'u2
whipping St. Augustine 153-198 Roberts chipped his shot in season and a chance to break against Lake City with a one- high and not too low the pro .,..
last week.The 1-2 week's play Joe Valmski came In 2-over- fora birdie Gaines putted and their own school record. over-par 37. Richard Gaines points out.
leaves BHS with a 5-4 season par against Oak Hall on the left his ball about a foot short The Tornado golfers went shot a 40 to round out the top 'They re scoring Ir'
mark, although the golfers West End Course in Gaines- Oak Hall's Charles into the final hole leading four, which included Casey's consistently' That's what's tNl
ville to tie the match 131-131 Brasington, 10 feet out, Lake City. But disaster struck 40 and Winkler's 41. paying ocr; said Herres '
Tuesday. knocked his shot in for a birdie when Wade Winkler, who had "We could easily have Winkler's :m) against St '11
Traylor Landscape & NurseryIs Backaches makea Coach Adkinson selected to tie the game. Then OH's been shooting over par golf, broken the school record," Augustine was just two 1U2
lot of people Scott Roberts and Richard Stuart Menzies knocked his double parred the number says Coach Warney Adkinson strokes over par, and two 11#
Now Open For BusinessU.S. miserable. See Gaines to go into the sudden ball four feet beyond the pin, eight hole, taking 10 strokes "In the past and in the strokes over his best round of d'',,)
"WHO ELSE death play off. On the first then putted to par the hole. to find the cup on the par-5 present I'd be glad to see a 40, the season. The round in- )
301 S. Of extra hole, both teams had a That left Richard Gaines a hole.Winkler hit two trees and which is really a dadgum good cluded a birdie (one under
964-5374 "
Lawtey PAST 4V( ? bogie and to remain ?
a par one-foot putt to maintain the two traps which cost him five round," the coach added par) on the sixth hole. "I
Daily 930: 5:00 Closed Sunday 3/31 4/7 (See Page 16)) dead locked. On the second tie score. Gaines missed the strokes, but at that finished Casey birdied the second o C
sudden death hole, all four with a very respectable 41 HHSI3JSA1JHThe hole and John Valinski the ,7'
second. *
school record of 153 in Joe Valmski and Richard '"
medal play was established on Gaines each carded rounds: of 9114:
the Starke Golf and Country 40, but those ordinarily of "Ji
Club last Thursday as BUS fective scores didn't count /
FOOD had a good day in defeating St. against St. Augustine. 1I1l dni I
Augustine 153198. All four Earlier last week the BUS '
BUS golfers shot sub-40 golfers went by West Nassau 1;a,J
rounds. Wade Winkler, John by 29 strokes, Ifil-1<))0. \\.t

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". : ;&'r FRUIT DISH APRIL 16, 1977IS baseballers got advanced to third on a stolen :31 I-i2 i'/;
{ NOT ALL PIECES their second and third wins of base and two walks iiiul y\'i
?.. DINNER PLATE YOUR LASTCHANCE the season during the past scored on a fielder's hence >
week squeezing a run in to Two more BUS runs came
\ BREAD & BUTTER AVAILABLE IN TO beat St Augustine 1211, and across in the seventh when 12
? & COMPLETE YOUR six home runs, to bomb scored on a pair of I fly balls by n''
SET OF LOVELACE Keystone Heights 12,9, Dinky Kilby and Jimmy nq
i ALL STORES EllS lost 8-4 Tuesday at Prevail
Xr? CHINAWARE West Nassau when the host (IOn
team jumped on starter ',".
BUS 12-S.XII I

PIECES IN FOOD FAIR STORES ONLY Jeffery BUS in The the nine week's first Jockel 3-7 inning.play for for the eight leaves season.runs the winning Kenny eighth inn(A>iox lo inning edge stole with Bradford home the in oM not'"}lethe


BIIS meets Bishop Kenny of baseballers 12-11 bv St
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2O< OFF CONSUMER o,CORNER. HOW MUCH MILK? Jacksonville(Thursday. March here 31))tonight at 7:30: win Augustine of the season n.B
With I the score knotted 1 II.all 1 "yj
p m Saturday, April 2, they "
THERE IS SUCH A THING AS TOO MUCH OF A GOOD THING.THUS TOO MUCH MILK FILLS SOME CHILDREN UP lifter seven innings in M,
face St Augustine here in a 2
Aa AND KEEPS THEM FROM EATING OTHER FOODS THEY NEED.THERE IS ALSO SUCH A THING AS TOO LITTLE Augustine last Friday night q TAv
; ; OF A GOOD THING.THIS MAY DESCRIBE THE MILK DRINKING OF MANY ADULTS WHO GIVE UP MILK IN FAVOR p m contest. cox was hit by a pitch when
ANY SIZE OF LOW CALORIE BEVERAGES.TEA. COFFEE AND DIET SODAS DO CUT THE CALORIES BUT DONT MAKE UP he led off the (lop of the eighth
FOR THE MANY NUTRIENTS.ESPECIALLY CALCIUM THAT MILK PROVIDES. GOOD SOURCES OF CALCIUM ARC BUS 12-KIIS9 The speedy Avcox, the fastest
; I PRETTY MUCHUMITED TO DAIRY PRODUCTS AND LEAFY GREEN VEGETABLES AND OTHER DAIRY PRODUCTS
1(1( IS won its second game of man on the BUS football team
DOZEN EGGS ARENT REALLY INTERCHANGEABLE WITH MILL SOME DIETERS ASSUME THEY GET ALL THE CALCIUM THEY the week Saturday with four- last season. stole second
NEED FROM COTTAGE CHEESE WHICH IS A GREAT FOOD BUT IT TAKES OVER HALF A POUND TO GET THE
111111.1 COUPON-.MAIL Mk WMV-Ml 41.x.. I-M MM lR CALCIUM OF ONE GLASS OF MILK. SO SWITCH TO SKIM OR LOW FAT IF YOU NEED TO CUT BUT run uprising in Keystone advanced third on a ground
L wows ami o n* -MOM*oo*QMMPI fo fifin MOMCT*mlw .J CALORIES Heights which downed the ball to second by Mike '"
THINK TWICE BEFORE DRINKING LESS THAN TWO GLASSES A DAY. el
------ -- ----------. hometown Indians 12 9. for Kitchens With two ou-ts A>'cox >
their third win of the season then stole home with the JV?
Dinky Kilby, Jimmy winning run. ,JMil's !
r SLICED Prevail and Jackson Prevail : came I Irons behind )
QUARTER '
Bargains in Meat ALL ITtMt AND MUCH OOOO Wife, .\ all singled to load the bases in al ter SI Augustine built 10.4 dub! ''
MAIL SO,TMM 1/tD.,APR U.WTT.i Pork Loin ( the lop of the seventh A fourth lead in the second inning BUS ,I.r
auAnrrrr MONT
RIUMVUX w : single by Kenny Aycox, gradually pecked away at Ihe'! 9'
FRESH GROUND ..ty"P 'R CHOPS scored Kilby and Jimmy lead while SA could manage1 ''.**
ASSORTED Prevail. Jeffry Norman only one more run in the third '*'
BEEF EveryDayLowPrice \ WESTERN < followed with a three run inning
88 homer lo seal the win, BUS scored four runs in the
r I GRAIN FED LB !Mike Kitchens and Dinky fourth closing the game to 7II -
5 LBS BONELESS BEEF Kilhv homered twice and !Mike Kitchens led olf the
c Kenny Aycox and Normanonce with solo homer II
ANDOVER 68 COMPARE ": inning a over ,
BOTTOM ROUNDROAST :MMCIKmm wro each in an 11-hit Tornado (the eeIIIiddlene.'I'hen.witl I ) '"f, '
LB R.rsu i*n m attack one out. Richard I Hall walked !'
Sliced Cooked Ham 99 10C Hall came on in the fifth and DmkKilb. \" doubled lo 'UI
inning to get the win in relief put BUS runners': on second "

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MHWIUf ill'HI Jackson Pi'ev'alt followed with ,
US GOVTINSPECTED ON-COR Bordons Sliced Cheese S 109 got BI1S4-\\\HAn another single which sc-oied! ,v'
LOTS OFCHICKEN r orFREEZER eight run outburst in the two runs Kilbv and .I.JimmvPievalt .

CORN FED I QUEENDINNERS L Lums i Skinless Franks 59 10C first Nassau inning needed was Tuesday all after West 'I'' .

PUT mm*tta.m TMCI noon to go 8-4 by the Tornado In I ho seventh BUS! tied the
Hygrade Sliced Bacon 6199 BOC baseballers. game with I nice runs on five "'
3 LEG QUARTERS WITH IACKSI BONELESS BEEF fu mm i n Starter Jeffery Jockel wall hits, all singles. Hits bv Jeff *"
BREAST OUARTFRS WITH BACKS SHOULDER Axle Rod's Yogurts 29 10C knocked out in the first inning !'Iurmiln.lIkl': : Kitchens and 'r".
I WINGS I NECKS I C.ISIET PKGS OR ASSORTED DINNERS UUIltuM after allowing six hits Kichard Hall loaded the I 1'
S169 including two doubles and a bases :Norman; and Kitchens ,9,
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FLORIDAOR home run, and took the loss scored on Jimmv 1'ievall's "
GEORGIA 99 am i n HI The BUS nine packed away Iwo out single between "shot I *
PREMIUM U.S. GOVT. Holly Ridge Bacon 98 ii'RIR but never could overcome the and sl'ennd.'U"?
GRADE INSPECTED $138 LB PKG. rein w... eight point lead of West With Hall and Jimmv fJ
CORN FED Sliced Cooked Ham s,69 1 10C Nassau. Prevail\ still on base, the SA g01'
BIIS scored one run in Ihe pi I 1'111'nlkl'd Jackson ..11I't'l'vut
second when A>cox' singledand \t and Jclfrev .Iockl'lill 'I
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3r ro' rot ie' 1r :r scored on Jelfery walk in the tieing inn 'd'
SMOKEDSLAB FYNE TASTE Norman's hit. Uiclund.. Hall got Ihl'I in mil
Smoked Another BIIS run was .relief He replaced sfjiiier dOlt'
Pork SLICEDBOLOGNA scored in the thirdI hen ..I'ff'rInl'kl'l. alter I and one *
Jimmy Prevatt singled third innings ,"t.>
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I ]Lady Netters Whip UCH 7-0,



Falter Before GHS 0-7


Bradford High girl nctters DOUBLES three pro sets for the first win
964.5757 964.6206 were shut out of action I 11) Pierce & Tucker, 18. of the day for Bradford.
Tuesday, !March 2'J. against 2)) Ormsbee & Samons 18. In the second singles match, i
rival Gainesville High with a Pam Tucker went over Karen
0-7() loss to GHS at Starke Golf BUST-t'HSO' Holmes for an 8.3 win. Merri
rcJier- Tanner Funeral Horn & Country Club. The Bradford high girls Ormsbce went for 8 out of 9
e The BUS loss was the 4th of tennis team racked up another pro sets to take the third (
the season. The Bradford girl big win against Union County match of the day over Union M I P''t
301 South of Starke netters went 7-0 over Union Ihgh last Thursday March 24, County High against Anita L .
County High for their ninth in Lake Butler with a perfect Griffis. i.
victory, making them 9.4 for 7-0 win for the BIIS girl Donna Samons went in for a _
MONUMENTSDoyle the season. netters. perfect 8 out of 8 pro-sets _
BIIS girls tennis team will This win over Union Countywas agaisnt UCII's Liz Puffen- _
meet St Augustine tomorrowat the ninth of the season for barger for the fourth match
3:30: p.m. in SA. the girl netters, having their win for BUS. Janice Jockel
M. Archer Archie M Tanner eighth win!March 11,with 4-3 had another perfect 8-0 win
BUS-oiis SINGLES: win over !Macclenny, This over Mary Louise Taylor to
L.F.D. L.F.D. 1 11 r Lynn Pierce 3.8. brings the lady netter's recordto give Bradford an easy 5.0 lead
2)) Pam Tucker, 4.8 8-3 for the season. after the last singles match of
"Within YourMeans Now, Peace of Mind Always" 3)) Merri Orm!>bl'e, 2-8 Lynn Pierce started out the the dayIn
4)) Donna Samons, 08. winning streak by beating out the first doubles match of EraeeElt l nasty
5)) Janice Jockel 18. Lisa Mooneyham eight out of the day Lynn Pierce and l41J 4'
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Pierce on an over hand slam to GIIS.

Merri Ormsbce teamed up I Killed went out against Griff
jk Thursday March 31Monday April 4 1977 against !Mooneyham and uiulTa>lor foru straight K out
!!Holmes of t'CH' for a quick 8 of \1)) pro-set victory for Brad-
1' out. of !II t ford School, BIIS
: pro-sets victory. High giving
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Dixie Yttutli Fund Raining

e I LADIES' GIRLS' II
I
II:! 100% POLYESTER i BOXER Drive Underway Monday
LONGIES
Ie DOUBLEKNIT
A Princeton Industries I'.iront participation is ur-
I a PANTS TWILLS I representative ill boat IVattMreel gently iH'c I ASST t : 1'il'lliIonday.: April. Tooth pl'Ugl'all1.'olllnh'l'I'I
L COLORS lit :3\ p.m. to start the Dixie: iirc( "still nocdod to ciiiich.Molhcrs .
POPULAR ELASTIC Youth I Base-ball League with I and lathers I are
N i WAIST PULl-ON Ihoir Lund raising project for needed to Udl'k I'oncessiDimAll )
LADIES' .n STYLE the coming season. roaches and COIHCSMOIIStttirkers
LUXURY-LOOK) $ The mil boys will bo are "strictly t on a
LADIES' PANTIES 'Yr "ROUTE DE ROMA- !selling an all-purpose cleaner \olul1lm' I.IMS."
<: STITCH with all proWs! going to thesellsupporting AIIJOIHiiilercstiul in the
f KNIT TOPS 100% NYLON OR INFANTS GIRLS' program The program and is unable to
ACETATETRICOT &GIRLS'SHORT GIRLS' 'OURH I Princeton Industries repr attend I ho ,,\pl'itI alerting.eantacl (.
00POIYESTERORNYION NWSEASON EASTER !sentativc ill instruct the > CluT\l (;LUd+sin, |H(o
ELASTICLEGBRIEFS s 4 PASTELSANONAVY TOPS CHOICE and 1 their
plauTS parents oniiow creation Dop.iiliiiont phone
I SHORT OR LONG SLEEVE STYLES OR BIKINIS v PULLOVER 1 In sell I the product !H4-lii'I; :!.

MANY FLAm RING NECKLINES DOUBLE TRICOT CROTCH KNITS DRESSES ... ..
OR COTTON) CROTCHWHITEPASTELS SIZES 8 W U SETS '- ..r.. .__
AND STYLES ASSORTED COLORS
MACHINE WASHABLE ASST S
AND HI-SHADES
MACHINE WASHABLE POLY/COTTON COLORS & STYLES
SIZES S to 10
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;;: GIFT ASSORTED GLASS Harold D.ivis makes the first purchase for the U.Y.lt. fund
; .,t ( rl KA h driiv.

"'mn .in. .r< GLASSWARE OVENWARE A

... :0,6': KING SIZE p Baker's 7-Foot Jump Lands I
CHOICE OF:
CHOICE OF, I
Second Place At Fla.
FOOTED BOWLS $ 2 OT. COVERED Relays
TOILET I 6 CASSEROLE I
DISH 14 OZTISSUE
COVERED :Milton Kakcr. a I'lTli' Baker graduated I Irom IIIIS
JERGENS CANDY DISHES I 1'1. OT. LOAF DISH DETERGENT AJAXCLEANSER Lirudiuili'( nl Bradford High in Mini and played haskcllKill" I
QUEEN SIZEPILLOWCASES and presently a Ireshin.in lit and \\as a member of 1I1l'I I
4 ROLL FACIAL 1 I* QT. UTILITY DISH Albany Stale Collemre track Il'lIl1II hlle I
BUD VASES corded a 7-lont high: jump at ho ic' I
SOAP 8 8 SQUARE PINK ORLEMON the Florida Kcla\s( this t past t
: LIMIT2 LIMIT 10 AND MOREl! 5 CAKE DISH weekend rubbing "second
place in the college division Inls (:ut'c'' TJ.. ;i.I" Iii

10 $1 2 3 4 $ liakvr. .;'11". actually I (no.Ycl. DublinFloridn I
2 $ ,
L | 81 S 2 $3 81 lust lumped place I ho juniper same height, but had as(he to ItcltnoLniielle

FOR BARS | EA. FOR FOR FOR | "settle lie for had second one more place miss hecause Smith, an eighth(

than theinner.I Baker did not Wi-iidcr at Hradlord \
:
ii '!'y '.. '1 el en begin jumping until the :School.1Rk, a third 'llddll'p
l bar! \I as placed to a height ofli'li" in '
i I the lHi-( >ard dash al ho I 0!
.
FAMOUS HEAWWIIGHT VELOUR Honda Im national |ola\s C
: TOWELS ASST PRINTS a SOLIDS hold at the L'nitt rsity "of S
:; BRAND SOME SLIGHTLY IMPERFECT The outstanding perlormance Florida. Saturday :March :25:i. 1Louelte
\ by the college 1 is the; daughter oi
i Ire!>hman was !surpassed hy :Mr und :Mrs. 1-:1111: in Johns nl
BATH TOWELS HAND TOWELS3for$2 WASH CLOTHS 4p only one other jumper in the Itt. t I. Marke. S,
r BOWLBRUSH event A high jump of 7'3" was :Miss Smith look the third !ftplace
i recorded by lormer Olympic I ribbon'ith ii 12.3 (liml'A It
Team member James on the clock out of three heats i
82 3for$1 in theloovurd' dash. This 8
'as
I BED LADIES'PILLOWS OR Harry more of) Georgia Tech the first t lime UMS: 1 p.uticipaled -
TERRY uho won the open division. in the Florida Relays, '
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Hosts. Bradford Store See Kordite Display )

STOCK
InvitationalA UP ON KORDITE
1
North TRASH BAGS & EARN A
strong Marion RE
squad is favored to win the High 9th {f CHOICE.OFFLORAL. ...:.>.,s's & LADIES hr. ,
annual Bradford Invitationalset HERBAL CITRUS UNSCENTED {.;;.,.,,;+ %s } r } FUND UP TO $3 ON ;
this Friday, April 1,on the f \ } Al
}
Bradford High track.
BUS. however, is expected
!
10 IK- in the meet pushing the PURCHASES'
(Colts. ti
Strong! BUS competitors are
expected to be Bobby Smith k' 'I 2 oz. LIMIT ONE
and Keith Carter in the discus, L 1' WATCHES :
Di\id Carter, one of the bestquarter r
milers in the area and c : MAXIMUM $3.00

the favorite. to win the openquarter. { 8 9 s A, Buy any 4 packages REFUND }
A:::: S Mail of Kordite '
{ "' 'r in products
The Tornado mile relay } % Premium your sale r'oeiptsand 4 /Kordite :
loam' ran its best time Vou'll Seals. :f..
Tuesday in Green Cove at receive 10% refund Max
:.lii::: .:. "We'll tangle with {:: all your store purchases (not just( Kordite$3 00).) on :, :
:North'; Marion. It should be one ) :.a
ol the letter races of the day, UVOFF KORDITETALL
if we are right," says Coach r}:::{'}{: THE EXTRASTRENGTH ,. fr
(;rover Howard. The team is oy. ?o rs ;E
composed of Franklin Bell, PAIN/ { N. REG. PRICE KITCHEN
Floyd Williams, Esau Bright RELIEVER .
and David Carter. TRASH BAGS >
The BUS sprint medley rt&lNdrinJ WZEMA
EXCEDRIN
relay team should be x: r. ,
regarded as the meet favorite, "f}' 8 oz. ''f? =Ya.'- 44 QUART 30 CT aXIKCREA'A' AIM c
says Coach Howard. !Marvin REGULAR $1.99
will the lead TABLETS {' I
Tyson run no
yard leg Esau Bright the 220, EARTH BORNSHAMPOO 100Z.TOOTHPASTE
Floyd Williams the 330, and BITCNI6S .
David Carter the anchor 440 }
III
BOTTLE
yard leg. "AItISIIAhllt I 09 NOXZEMA
BIIS also has two good half OF p :, 6.4 j
milers in Frankie Crews, a -- 100 LIMIT TWO SKIN oz19,. $
CREAM ,
!>senior, and Richard Smith, a j
LIMIT ONE

freshman.Coach Howard said he r Aft -ftA. ... .. ..
.
mailed invitations to 19 ..:.:.:-::.::..-.-:.,::.-:::).
schools but expects only 10 or LIMIT
11 to participate due to busy = aJ. "JUICE IN SECONDS TWO
!schedules which conflict with IV7 THE INCREDIBLE

schedule the BIIS conflicts meet. Because, Howard! of //J 1 .. ... ... .... .... PROCTOR SILEX ECOLOGY GRILL
called the local invitationalmeet BRILLIANT
off last year, but \\ ELECTRICJUICER COLOR A FEW PAGES OF DISCARDED NEWS |
determined to have it this 111E :: r: PAPER IS THE ONLY FUEL YOU NEED
year no matter what the ,!,\) t\ GAF SUPER 8 TO ENJOY DELICIOUS
!situation. 0,., 6 OZ BARBEQUE COOKING ij
Three time defending \ BY COPPERTONE TOTALLY PORTABLE. USES
champion I'alatka Southwon't t SBSUNBURN I MOVIEFILM NO CHARCOAL. GAS OR
DOES
be able to attend .1 ,uNapN<; .SOLARCA1NE pr LL ELECTRICITY THE WORK! :, ; OTHER CONVENTIONAL.]
Saturday because the Brave r REG. $1399LARGE ENERGY SOURCES. SCIENTIFICALLY J
J
track team has a meet today DESIGNED J.
(Thursday, March 31)) Coach I

Howard notes.Preliminaries. begin at L VV5 '' BOTTLE I 1088MOU111W REG 1 1EVERYREADY 199 REG. 158
10:30: a'm.: Friday and run 24 OZ PLASTIC LIMIT 8 249 '19.88
until noon. (Finals will start at d PLUS ONE 8
I pm. and run to the finish, MICR1N
iiround 3:30,: or 4 p.m. There is .
no admission charge Coach ASH . .
Howard notes. He invites the m 16 IN. 'AA' 1
public to come and watch.Strawberry .
HEAVY DUTY
/" r NEEDED' I11 ,' PLANTERGEMROCK cARR Ir
PINS LIMIT
NO P
SAnERIESEVEREADY
m ONE MASONITETOP pAi10.
Golf PAMPERSTODDLERS ,
OR URN STYLE #1215BP PICNIC.(

12'SREMOVES . . YOUR CHOICE 4 PAKaye.Ar FOLDINGBUFFEII
Tourney Set For MTT'I caw 9


April 2-3 '. ODOR FROM FEET. SOCKS, SHOES 588 TABLE

i .; :.: JOHrfSOi,, *LIMIT ONE 1 96.99 + REG.41.60 99 23 INCHX48 INCH-LIGHT ; I

The 36-hole nth annual Qjjpr-Eateraf ODOR-EATER M WEIGHT-FOLDING LEGS
Strawberry Invitational Golf
Tournament is set Saturday {:{> INSOLES
and Sunday, April 2-3, with a i CUSHION MENS LADIES & CHILDRENS #1235 OR
full field of 120 expected to try #1250 50 FT. 3 TUBE I I
for the championship on the oz 'C OR 'D
i M.irke.nurseSUirke's.. Golf and Country Club \ ASSORTED & Q ZORRIESTHONG jJj": : HEAVY DUTYBATTERIES SOAKER HOSE

Bill Adams is the REUCI Strong vinyl,enl s
ihiee" time defending }.::. :: LIMIT ONE soft spray for tf
'h.impion; of the tournament : }; SANDALS I delicate flowersiREG. ;]
1-iM Adams CFLAVORSANDY (TWO PAK) j
year posted a six % / 4 49(
iiiidir-p.ir 138 to take the title. .
(Oinipetition( will come from ( MEVT t1GYT 111EATTEEI t '

.14 Jacksonville new Gainesville comer; ,Alan Steve, a Clack Scrafford previous of 37 ".,:. UTfUT, REG.5 9 1 :;::; 3 4

winner and Bob Meyers of .
L>:{'::::: HOLLOWAY
(i.nncsville, according to Pro
herb Metres.Wttman's. :: {'} oGi.oR MILK DUDS MEN'S DOUBLE GORE RAINBIRD ONE GALLON IGLOI


Tennis; EASTER ? KIT JUNIORS DECK SLIP-ON IMPULSE REG. ,7.as BEVERAG

REGULAR 99 WHITE
PEEPS OR NAVYBUNTE '" -A.1'1.7 COOLE'f
SPRINKLERWITH
lAJllglllJ ResultsThe ; ..
SHOES
v KEEPS LIQUID
Woman's Tennis SPIKE '\HOT OR COLD'',
League of Starke had a round- PAAS EASTER

Starke robin doubles tournament at KIT REG. 488 I! FULL OR PART S 8
Tuesday,Pratt March Street 29, with courts six } EGG COLOR $5 99 III CIRCLE .SK-5 4 \ 58
participants from the Starke REG. $6 29
area. PURE FOOD \ :
Taking the first place COLOR KIT ** '
''
doubles win was Kandy REG 69c L / ZEBCOXB-65
Costello and Ella Cooney witha .. LADIES BIG SWEEP ,
4.2 victory to take home the .. HINKLESDTI ovcReg .. REEL & RODSPINNING
first place trophy S BLOUSES REG. /
Faye Johnson and Cheryl 89CCREWEEGGS LAWN RAKETHE
WITH COLLARS
Godwin went in for a close 1998S COMBO
second place victory going 3-3 } I ? 4 -, YOUR CHOICE OF /.
for the match. !tt; 4 OZ. REG, 49c / 4 BUTTON OR BONUS BUY IN LAWN iaaaa aaw ALL METAL fEEL> ,.2
Loretta Ross and FALCON ,; 'y PULLOVER. RAKESI 26 PLASTIC ; PIECE DELUXE TUBUL IJ
Muggins took a third pace TEETH. FIBER GLASS ROD." I
trophy, 2-4 for the day. j : r
{ Bgc a' "' 4.9985 .
REG
PAK ASSORTED- "' REG. 288 14'
Wilson,Critter PlaceIn !''a 6 n e3 69 I


Races At LC j ,

SpeedwayTwo j REG,89c SIX PAK INSULATED METAL ADJUSTABLE -: D-CON

m *EG s : I
locals took winning .ear rSS REG. ,2.99 CARRIER IRONING
positions In the official grand r REDI-MIX
opening of the season at the 9"X6W'X6Yz" BOARDADJUSTS
Columbia County Speedway HEAVY GAUGE ;
Sunday March 27, in m- 02. REG. r VINYL EXTER TO ....: : F.Id. KILLS RATS
Eli isville, < 49c.. .. .. YOUR DESIRED R.f hr
Rwmsccs IOR. FULLY AND INSULATED HEIGHT, \iFhl. lM iiAND MICE
The second race of the All.
g LINED REG. 8.99 r.

County season tomorrow Speedway at the night Columbia Is Friday slottedfor I &> GGS ... 0 S cadet ,16 OZ. BOX 12 1 1PRICES

1:30 April: 1)) with the first race at iScS E 244 688 ,... Let, REG. $1.89
pm. alt a*
: .... willie ......

the>Joe fourth Wilson place of win Starke in both took .. ....... y.;. >'"".--,:r.tr y-. 'x.: .... .. .. -

the first heat and the feature I DAILY 8-8 /
1
race Tex of Critter the evening.of Keystone '';f: TWICE Gal an..t.THE.wt of PRINTS print with.v.,yECKERD'S GOOD THRU WED sOME ITEMS LIMITED SUPPLY) SUN-9-B,
Heights came home with a roll of solar or black. and whit filmd.rlop.d '.
..
third' place victory In the and prlntad TOOAY AND

second r heat FAMOUS TWICE EVERYDAY THE FILM W iJlJJUIJillLl I !1 IJUl W was:
PHOTO When you pick. up your d.v.lop.d film
and prklta.buy two ralh of Kodacol.rOFFER

causing Is arthritis you to or.....black..of ooa.and TOOAY white film AND for tha EVERYDAY regular g31 a. Walton. Shl rii Fla.EOPLE I .

look and feel


really older"WHO than are?ELSE See you :--?- TRUST I ECKERD'S I FOR QUALITY/ PRESCRIPTION SERVICE..AT LOW LOW P --.-, '

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\ There No Business Like Business

I .;eaders''t ew


Even If It Means Working at 110Feet

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AN OPEN LETTERTO RESTROOM POLICY

Wilfred Fecteau Is creating COUNCILMAN '--- What I* Women's Business? DEFENDEDDear

his own "circus world" on WARREN Sir:
L
r'' U.S. 301, three miles north of _.
"% T 0 BUSINESS n' .u
.I w r Starke. Now 72, he started Dear Mr.Warren: BEAUTIFICATIONDear IS"vn me past two issues 01 the::
walking the slack wire at the Telegraph have contained
While I have in the past
age of ten, and circus life is District IV girl's home in letters from a Mr. Oliver
of Sirs
silently applauded many :
Mr. Moore and his rest
about
still in his blood. your comments on the issueson Jacksonville and to local Bradford

He doesn't feel at home which you have taken a Some of the remarks made charities and organizationssuch room Middle policy School.I at
without the trappings of the stand, and judged them to be about the Woman's Club at the as the March of Dimes
Big Top around himgilded logical and fair' in most cases, last City Council deserve and Girl Scouts. This last with have seen the letter that

wagons, red and gold caliopes, I am at this moment seething clarification. This letter is grateful appreciation to Mr. was sent home about this
snarling lions (carved in with anger at your airy sent with the approval of a Jockel and his fine cast and policy and the letter was very
wood, that is), and even a dismissal of the local Starke great number of members and helpers in presenting our clear as to violations. I also
well-worn swinging trapeze on Woman's Club and their we believe expresses the viewof plays each year. We are know that several announce-
which he still exercises daily, proposal to attempt to makeour most but since we had not confident now that there ments were made to the
"just to keep In shape" town a little more pleasingto had a meeting to have a vote would be a large number of students about the procedureto
the eye not only for local of approval please accept it as volunteer helpers each year, be followed and the reason
,
LI Ii Iit show"There's business"no business might be like the residents, but anyone else being representative of a and at any time the plantings for such n procedure.
passing through.The large group whom I are discontinued the Depart
; III I I'v theme song of Fecteau's lifeVUlbert contacted.It ? ment of Transportationresumes If Mr. Oliver did not like the

comment to which I maintenance.If procedure he should have
refer is the one purported to was stated that the complained about it before the
be made by you in which you Council had to be responsiblefor this project were undertaken violation occurred. Concerned
stated "They should stick to removing planting by the it would be done for one parents have been invited to
i women's business I say Woman's Club in the past. It is purpose-to help beautify the meetings held at the various
purported simply because 1 true that a committee from city for the enjoyment of all schools to discuss problemssuch
\ was not present at the meetingin the Woman's Club beautifiedsome people, both local and tourist. as these. Did Mr. Oliver
question. How can you Mr. of the! islands along My question to Mr. Schaeferand discuss his dissatisfactionwith
Warren, with the position with Highway 301. Although this Mr. Warren when I spoketo Mr. Moore's policy at one
: t which you have been entrusted happened before we moved to them was why wouldn't the of these meetings?
as a City Councilmanby Starke I have been told that City be willing to assume
( the way, do you think the these women spent many long some responsibility in view of The letters from Mr. Oliver
f. votes of only the male sex and hard hours on this project. the type plantings that would indicate that he and his son
t helped put you there?) They received donations for fall within the Department of had no knowledge of the
;\ _.'1 r educator, and adult make this project with the balanceof Transportation guidelines. policy. Once having sent
= such a statement? around $340 being trans That will remain my questionto notice of the policy and having
.. ,. ferred last year from the them when we meet with repeatedly announced it, Mr.
-" -- To just what do you refer Woman's Club account to the them on April 5 We add our Moore met his responsibility.
"'" ... )- \- : when you say "women's Bicentennial Committee for thanks to Mr. Silcox for his Parents and students also
I rebI business," Mr. Warren? At use in their project of few kind words. have a responsibility.
II "\\i what time in the of the
history
'';; : restoring the old courthouseon S.W. Hamilton
t" Mrs.
On a higher level -
; .. human have not many
i ; ,....,'. taken a race firm stand alongsidetheir women 301. Unfortunately, at that 436 N. Walnut courts have upheld the
I '. time the Department of
Starke, Fla.
I ..wattu'T menfolk for the decision that "Ignorance of
supportand had
Transportation no guidelines
i "
I 1 i i betterment of mankind? for the type plants that the Law is no defense.

1 1i i I When this country was could be used and later is George Cuf fee
"In language, clarity every
experiencing the throes of the required the removal of some Confucius 905 Jenkins St.Starke.
I birth of a new nation of large plants and trees that had thing.

his ilfred hand-made Fecteau puts finishing touches on caned wood lion's head which rill adorn one of i and freedom adventurous for oppressed people people, who, become conditions.hazardous It should for be driving noted, :::::::::::::i:'::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::,-:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::",,:::, :::",
circus
wagons came along in the great ships however, that the Woman's
across an unknown ocean with Club at no time voted to
their men women, Mr. accept the responsibility for BUSINESS
Warren, women of all ages maintaining these islands. WOMEN
Keep 9em Corning giving up a way of life to They were not then nor are
which they had been born to they now able to accept this
help provide a new and better responsibility for incoming
life for their families boards to execute. a

In recent weeks The Telegraph! has column, and nine out of ten times, the v women with a sense of J

had an outpouring of letters from our answer will likely be affirmative.And responsibility.Who discussed The latest by project Forester that Chuck was ol
'
readers on various issues of local the restrictions on letters are > 58kr'aper \ Mr. Warren, helped to Weber was a joint effort )*
concern. carve out home, farms, towns, agreed to by the Departmentof
few-practically any subject under the cities in a wilderness where Forestry and the Florida

This is good. This is great. And we sun may be discussed, rememberingonly such had not previously Federation of Women's Clubsto ( lI

hope you will continue to "keep those that we avoid bitter, personal existed relinquishing work together in the /! \ I Z''
I environments of organizedand interest of beautification and t'ifrLrrJ
letters and cards coming," as Dean attacks that might not be substantiatedin established religion,

Martin used to say on his old television fact, and which could become the basisof brother and Fectau sister-in-law supports, education and social customs State conservation of Florida.throughout Because the

program. libel suits, not only against the writer, combined weight of 300 a willing reestablish these many people had expressedan

but also against the publisher. They pounds, dangling 100 feel necessary and vital areas of interest in seeing island
Letters show reader interest and should not be over-long. Conciseness is above the ground, without a our life in whatever horizons plantings similar to those

awareness-the awareness of local the keynote, because newpaper space is net.a that lay ahead in the best planted with annuals in t
could. with
ways they Who,
Gainesville Mrs. F.J. Shaw
problems and the willingness to take a at premium-there is never N
always a their men made the long Mr. Weber, and I went to
stand, for or against an issue. Lettersare enough of it to use everything we are career he launched, in spiteof treks across a vast desert, Jacksonville and met with

a healthful, wholesome indication of called upon to publish. Also, a brief the objections of his father endured harships never Coordinator for the Depart
one-time wire-
la circus
and welcome reliefto letter is far to be read than a previously imagined death of ment of .1'ransporlation.Thisdepartmeni
community spirit, more apt walker, himself). His only loved ones, and the every
the atmosphere of deadly apathy that long, rambling one-and if the letter reason for retirement at age present possibility of failure with guidelines is very as explicitnow to size cuPao

too often seems to reduce us to the levelof isn't read, then the writer has defeatedhis 58 was the difficulty of finding even after reaching the final and placement of plants. They 5

a community of insects, interested own purpose and has accomplished young people willing to undergo destination, Mr. Warren, but also require the City or County
the required
only in the creature comforts of food, nothing. long training who survived and succeededin within which the islands lie to
for Fecteau's act
"high /
performed helping to make this
to maintenance of
warmth, and a goodly amount of enter 110 feet above the agree only
the nation thatit
country great
tainment. Aside from this, practically the only groundwithout a net'Fecteau's '! is today those developed. This is re
I other requirement is that the writer quired because most

Throughout history, letters have sign his name and give his address. If father Alfred, a Who, Mr. Warren, when organizations cannot commit
native of France, spent his available man and boy themselves for years to cometo
played an important role. Battles have desirable, he or she may request that youth touring with circuses in of every age was called upon to this obligation. Some
won..nations have be withheld when Europe, then came to the U.S. Garden Cubs that have
been lost and sur- the name printed, and serve his country in a fight to participated
I human early after the turn of the cen down madman in in the past are no
vived or perished..and rights this we will do, but we must have the put a
tury. Wilfred was born in Berlin longer existent.
have hung in the balance-all influencedby name on file if any statement in the New Hampshire on July Europe! and preserve
Pacific in
Freedom in the
letters that were or were not written. letter proves to be inaccurate or untrue.In 16. 1905. home Mrs. Shaw, Mr. Weber, andI
World War II, gave up are still interested simply apllCll
The elder Fecteau gave family and security to go to ,?
up
the meanwhile keep those letters because so many people have
than welcome the ;
Letters are more by circus life after coming to the fields, factories and
this It had
paper, not only for the good that they and cards coming, folks-and never America, and turned to car offices and take on the jobs been suggested remarked project.that we wouldbe

often accomplish, but for their unquestioned underestimate results that may be pentry and woodworking. He once held by their menfolk to hesitant to work on 301
interest to other readers. obtained when you sit down and write- frowned on circus careers for support and provide those without a sign to slow traffic.
his six sons because he wantedto menfolk with the
EDITOR... same
Ask a subscriber if he reads the letters DEAR keep them "all together at materials necessary for the With Mr. Warren's remark
County Agents By
home but in spite of his fighting of that war? Women, about "women tending to
arguments they all wound up Mr. Warren, and they did a women's business" we Bobby rr: I
I Thoughtful Congressmen ? as a circus teeter-board team. darn good job. And when some wonder if we might even be Notebook >
"We had it in our blood" says of those men and boys failed to allowed a "Slow, Men TaylorI
Wilfred. In addition to the return they continued to do a Working" sign.We were of the
I Phone 964-6334 t1Jla
teeter-board act, Wilfred did a good job. opinion that gardening and ===== .
Have you ever received a news letter Exceeding all forecasts of the Postal solo slack wire act, and also a beautification were women's

from your Congressman? Service, our U.S. senators and representatives balancing pole (perch act) Let me, inclosing clear- I am make not one an business. Both Mrs. Shaw and
showered their constituentswith with one brother. They thing very I and others who have Now that you have finishedall more even stand. A plank
Did you read it? Did you find it entertaining unprecedented 401 million worked fairs and amusement advocate Amendment.of the I 'feel Equal that Rights the expressed an interest in the paper plans of your drag may be used to fit the soil

?...i ns tr uc:ti ve? an parks, as well as circuses, Constitution of the United helping can find plenty of garden, it is time. to get to for planting on larger gar
pieces of "free mail" in the fiscal year from Maine to California, anda laws under work in our own yards, but we work. dens. A hand rake may serve
Supposedly, it was intended to inform ending last June 30. Between then and few' in Canada. States and the still think we could make Mr. the same purpose in smaller
which this nation now
the November 2 election, they sent 160 Schaefer's cannon area much Probably the most physical plots.In .
of Congressman's activities. when administered
you your Among the well-known "big operates more attractive. At the time part of vegetable gardening is
L ut are you sure it told you ALL that million more pieces of mail to the folks tops" they appeared with properly, provide all that is we looked at it, it was over preparing the soil for planting many gardens, soil

nf-'s been up too-or ;just what he back home-enough to place two lettersin were Sells-Floto Sparks, Rob- needed to secure justice and grown with weeds and grass On large gardens, preparation includes the
bins Bros and Walter L. fairness for both sexes. I do suchas application of
wanted to know. every American household in the ? over the curbing. mechanical equipment a liming
you land. Maine. The Fecteaus startedin feel, however, that if it were a roto-tiller or tractor- material where a soil test
T/ the old day of the "railroad not for women, a very large One thing that needs to be drawn plow is often shows it to be needed.
not a news letter, did you ever This avalanche of mail all of it marked circus" which were transported part of the faith and religious made perfectly clear, necessary,and even the hiringof

receive: : a calender.a birthday "official business," is mostly mass- from town to town in worship in a Living God, the however, is that this would be such equipment for the job Most vegetables grow beston
greeting.or a congratulatory letter on railroad carssometimes as humane treatment of all voluntary effort on the part ofa itself may be practical. How- a soil that has a pH between
mailed newsletters, unscientific and the culture, 5.5 and 6.5 ( acid .
wedding anniversary or sorr other many as 25then performed peoples, committee from theWoman's ever, on smaller gardens the or slightly )
your questionnaires standard letter under the huge "big top" can- education and advancementof Club donating their task may be accomplishedwith The symbol "pH" and the
auspicious occasion? conjjratulator" messages, and giveaway vas tent. civilized nations all over the time, labor, and plants and a spade, spading fork or figures accompanying it are
world would be far below the working in cooperation with shovel. used to express the degree of
items surh as calendars and pamphetson
A nice gesture no doubt.,.and on* The bloom was off the bud of levels achieved at this time... the Forestry Department. TheWoman's soil acidity.A soil with a pH of
\ub :ns ranging from raising everything the old-time circus era by Club cannot Turn the ground about three 7.0 is neutral, while one with a
designed (at least in part) to make you from children to guinea pigs. 1931. however, with the startof Therefore, Mr. Warren I responsibility for acceptthe maintenance weeks before planting when pH of 6.9 or below is acid or

remember your Congressman more the "great depression" deeply resent for myself and for years to come. the soil Is dry enough to work. 'sour," and one with a pH of

kindly at the polls the n-rt tier: be ha Orfe :JTaJ employee, who asked, forreavjos. which"silently caused steal many away"of them into to women"talked down everywhere to" and ask being you Among our members we have Turn when the spading.soil completely over 7.1"sweet.or above" is alkaline and,

opposition. r NJi'J" to remain nameless, oblivion or backruptcy.The again just what do you 17 honorary members who are
b..r2zW4: "Il' political.They do it to get mean by the statement "They no longer physically able to Weeds, cover crops and Proper applications of lime
.
But while you're giv... i&? is .Lot \ootJ' .1i... Fecteaus were forced to should stick to women's help because they have 35 added organic matter such as made to extremely acid soils
warmth of his affex-iion. yv izu s ns. pray quit the big top or what was business?" years of continuing service to animal manure may all be will increase the production of
left of it, in 1934 when they Ann Alvarez the Club. Others are not most vegetables. The main
Betty under at the
to think that such re!::.,-m'jrjyr'! z.1 e Tw"! like small spaded same
: t&'ir* e-nt may seem a week gardeners and would not know
were working only one 1116 W. Pratt St. time. Sufficient time must be functions of lime are to reduce
costing you a* a t I.T; y.IJ'J t trrz h yty for a vr.Jt.ebut multiplied out of four. They developed an Starke, Florida how to help. We could not allowed for the freshly turned- soil acidity, to supply

like you from! U'A tat to eowrt. t to:. >j( fJ} !hrty putt of mail sent by indoor novelty act, "The afford to hire the work done under organic material to de- nutrients, mainly calcium, to

sixty million dr lars IT .vc \'n yJt?**_t: rrrrewr. a to their constituents, it all Three Alcedos"named for CONCERNING SALE burden because of of the financial compose and become fairly the soil, and to bring minor

to cover the free Ira.mui.jj v.n'1 u-jr* 'r'' beside up to mil.m-and) out of- one vaudeville of the also brothers fell on- hard but MADISON ST. LOT inside remodeling a mortgage plus the up-for well-rotted before seeds are soil form.nutrients A well-limed into soil usable helpsto
Woody plant
members of Cory esi. yttroe 1"-, pocket? times, and Wilfred started Dear Sir: keep of the building and planted.materials such as sticks and avoid such problems as
building a "high act" grounds along with the ever dried dog-fennel stalks are blossom-end rot of tomatoes
I (trapeze) in which he and a I would like to make a state. present utility bills, which best removed from the garden which Is related to an inadequate -
QfC brother, with their wives, ment to the people of Starke continue to increase.: We also rather than cut into the soil. calcium supply. Apply
1 C LvAfJFr/kU COO h eventually worked up to a through your paper, make substantial donations to Likewise, perennial grass and liming materials only if a soil
y height of 110 feet, playing fairs concerning the recent sale of our Florida Federation weed pests should be removed test Indicates a need for them
and amusement parks. the lot on Madison Street to
whenever possible
yQJti3rap1 ; 4Qt' The outbreak of war in the which belonged to me eliminate recurring problems. Too much lime in the soil

early 1940's found the act I am truly sorry I was not may be just as bad as too
G stranded at a fair in DeFuniak I did not know that the lot told what the property was to Break all clods: and level little. Where soils are highly

> f f tQUSON "M" MILLER Springs, Florida because they was to be used for business be used for, as I would not with a rake, or harrow the soil alkaline, special attention
9'N JOHN couldn't get tires or gas for and was paid approximatelythe have sold it for twice the soon after turning to maintain must be paid to the inclusionof
their truck, due to rationing. same price I received for amount I received from the good soil texture and prevent minor element in the fertilizer -
rSjUehed each Thursday and entered M Mcood OM Milt e w the Poet CW** at btarki, t\a\ under Wilfred heard of a new ship- the other lots on the property sale. excessive drying. For small- mixes. Sulfur is sometimes

Actof Mach 3. 1879 yard opening at Panama City, I do not know how the Bess M. Bums seeded crops such as carrots, used to reduce
Subscription eaten uddl wew7 fear ywr: Maumwtt* applied for a job and worked documentary stamps could and aU crops to a certain extent alkalinity, but its use It
Outside trade area s8 pir yew: M 60 srr rnwith been than $3,000 Apt. 1811 a finely pulverized surface generally not
there for the remainder of the have more Cathedral Townhouse as practical as
Phone 9646306 Starke. Fla war. above the amount I received 501 N, Ocean St. insures easier planting, supplying minor elements or

(See Page 11) for the lot. Jacksonville, Fla. better germination and a nutritional spray,




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" March 21.. 1977 TELEGRAPH. Pa Be... iq
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plenty of strikes during the Fecteau.
day, mostly' in the morning ..
hours. Pat landed five nice BHS Netters Drops 'P i, t

bass. M (Prom I'age 10))
Eddy and Pat .said the
stumps are pretty plentifuland After the war he resumedfair
O durable, once you leave Squeaker To GUS and carnival work,' but

the main channel you had over the years, one by one, his
better slow down. or cut the big h brothers left for other less

motor off.Harold demanding employment, and

CRAWFORD Branham took over by Steven Crawford The BIIS defeat brought one was killed in an auto-train
-- .. I first place in the total point Bradford High School tennis their record to 9-6 for/ the accident. His last brother left 1
Bradfor4 Bassmasters Tommy O'Brian landed standing Earl Muse rides in team lost 3-4 to Gainesville season. The Bradford netters in 1955 to become a cabinet
a 7 Ib.
found those bass in the back 13 oz. bass. Several five second place. Earl says he High School, Tuesday March had their 9th win of the season maker. Wilfred started train-

waters at Dunnellon very pounders were landed. might fish out of a green boat, 29, on an extensive 15 game against Union County IJigh w ing youngsters for replace-
active. Poundwise is in the last doubles with 7-0 win. ments and stuck with show
was Eddy Bryan says he and but says he is not a green hand pro-set a perfect
probably the best tournamentthe Dale Johns had their share of when it comes to catching up. match of the day The BUS netters are slottedto business until 1961, when he

club has ever had, several strikes, but they seemed to be Earl says he has plenty of see action against St. decided It was time to quit.
large bass were landed mostly small bass. time to recover and take back Augustine tomorrow at 3:30:
Eddy says With time on his hands, he
Don Thompson placed first he lost a nice bass, and Dale the number one spot. p.m. in SA. turned to old he had
an hobby
in total pounds, Harold had John Samons went for only 4
something on that acted W.T.Smith and his son have learned when he used to work
Branham 'placed second. like out of a 12 game set for
games
"Jaws, says he been hawg hunting in some of
circus
was dur-
repairing
r
Wayne Mundorf landed the unable to turn him. the local lakes. They landed lv( L the first loss of the day for ing the off-season wagons when the I
largest bass at 8 Ibs. 4 BIIS. Nil Diaz came on strong --1c5
oz. Hat Welch says he had eight bass that weighed from 2 q
circus in winter
_ ___ against Samons with a was quartersat
u Ibs. to 8 Ibs., then went back n Peru, Ind He made the
-J- consistent hard slam to put 4' _
two days later and landed
also
chariots and
*aI BUS down 4-8 in the first wagons
several more including a lO'i/ ---9 9T caliopes. doing everything
NOTICESlant singles -
pounder. This WT is a real pro-set. l himself- even the elaborately
hawg hunter, he sure has been carved figures that adornedthe
bringing the bacon home. The BHS netters saw their sides of these parade
Shoe Repair We certainly will be glad to second loss of the day whenBradford's showpieces. He made a living

see II.F. Wiggins back on the Kenny Kodrique for several years, renting
Formerly Of Starke Has ReturnedTo tournament trail. U.K. has 'met Tod Vangiesen in a very these ornate items for pa rades

been in the hospital, we hopehe |tight game VanGiesen played at fairs, carnivals and other
Serve You will soon return to good strong defensively and cameon celebrations.
loeillon health.It 1 hard and fast with his serveto

is good to see Bill Tilley ,. take Kodrique 6.8 for GIIS lie came to Florida and set-
0* U.S. 301 back on the job. I know he is ;' .. tled at Live Oak in the fall of
glad to be out and about. His Steve Griffis turned on the 1973, because of his
In li ty wife Marie has also been in I + juice for the BIIS netter's first acquaintance with a man who
I the hospital. We certainly II win in a long drawn out battle had some circus animals in

1 tir Orm April 1, 1917Welcome hope she will soon recover I with Royal Colbert. Griffis T.;1 that area. Together they
drew Colbert to
Bass Wishes consistently planned to build a circus exhibit
Nell Crawford the back of his territory for but Fecteau soon decided

I several slams at the net. ; that Live Oak, not on a heavily
'
:
Griffis took the BHS victory traveled highway, was not a

Old And New with an 8-5 pro-set win good location for this venture.
VanGiesen goes long for BIIS score.Bradford's .
Croquet was so popular a Chub Johnson slapped it
to lie started looking for a site

CustomersJohn wickets hundred years ago that GIIS's Torban Madison with a Terry Carver: of the season against/ Union along U.S. 301. but most tracts .
came 1t straight 8-0 Victory in the available in the Ocala area
candle sockets for paying at went up against hard-hitting County High School last
fourth singles match. Johnson were either too large or too
and Mae night, reports the National David Hingleburg. Hingle- Thursday March 24. in Lake
Geographic book never slowed down as he came burg went over Carver seven Butler expensive. lie finally found
Slone "We Americans.Society" --- -- -- back on some rough returns, straight games, but went long Union County's defeat what he was looking for

BUS'S Chub Johnson on a beating out undefeated several times in the eighth brought lracllord a !'.6 record between Slarke and La A ley.

long lob. ,Madson 80.Coltonpol.I. match to lose to Carver.'lingleburg solar Ihisseason. having their where he bought 2'u acres in
came back in the l'ighlh1 in of the season 1975 from a palmist Madam

CORRECTION s On sale Thursday, ninth match to take the 8-1 ugainst: Macclenny Tuesday. Rachel who was leaving for

Till iliMt IdvarllMd .. Milch GIISlln.. making the March II, with a ;)-7 out of 7 other parts.
2, mi ".. iii luiim. SAVE Friday and Saturday Bradford netters 2-3 after the pro-sot match for the win.
Since that time Fecteau has
"WALLABEES" sad wet mt up TO last singles match of the day. In the first singles match of
been with his
busy one-man
; r Samons and Kodrique tied I he day. Kenny Kodrique) w enl
operation, building flashy rod
IA up the match in the first over Union I High's Thomas
L doubles play to take Diza and Hiherd w ith eight out of I 11 I presets and white striped buildings to
TcIciir house his future exhibits,
VanGiesen for an 8-2 BIIS win. lor the win. Sieve (irirrispuurl'd
todrique played low and quite the coal in thesec'onct making more wagons toiirld to
un
the three he already had. and
I close to the net to make for an 8-4 win over fierce lion
carving looking and
several excellent slams
day Roscoe \'aughnlor the second
against the Purple Hurricanes cugar heads to decorate the

while Samons rallied win.BUS'S 'hub Johnson heal an vehicles accomplished lie has a artist daughter, still,
from far court for the win. out Don Britton for an 112lin
living in the north but

Get your dollar's worth ana more *:at Eagle the neck-and-neck Johnson last doubles and for Griffis play IS games played of the in seta went for Bradford in in over fora HusHl'IBl'Hshulor fine Terry out of Carver!0) pro- expected the operation to join of him his later Circus in

Showcase, which he hopes! to
iIAJSAVEtl / evening against Hingleburg the lourlh win of (the day lor have open to the public in I the I
u and Colbert for a BUS loss of BUS.Kohbie.
SAVE 32* SAYE 15% VALUE PLUS of the next 12 to IK months.
1 79. In the 15th game I I'iercc came

GAF i 3-PAK BUCKET 2PIECECARVING frt pro-set, with BIIS under one through lor Bradford in the :Sow: at three score >ears I
120-20 SVLVANIAFLASHCUBES OFTEN set 78. Griffis and Johnson last singles match, another 8 12, Wilbert Fecteau looks ;
FILM ;w SPONGES SET' came from behind 40-0( to tie out of s 9 pro-set, in, to make back on a long and colorful

$ the set up 4040. Colbert came Bl IS.")-0 going into the doubles. career and agrees with Irving
1
1l 1WASIrtt 1Ise
through the BIIS defense for a Berlin that "There's No Husi- 1

wAsi.trSA ,"" ''C! tSUPERBUY 40-add for the Hurricanes. In Samons and Kodriquc ncss Like Show Business-
I the last rally of the game. teamed up lorthe lint doubles oudon't mind working at.tin

Johnson came, over with a match of the clay, going over [eelwithout a net! ,':,
VE 22* VALUE PLUS( SAVE1'li SA VINO" long and easy return that vas L'nion County's Kiru-rd md I
/ / unquestionably very close to Vaughn 8 out of I 11 I pro-sets for ObituariesI
4 CORD DISPOSALITE ASST. fa FAST ACTING C SAVE 17% the foul line. Hingleburg the game.In .

BATTERIES EVEREADY FLASHLIGHT POCKET BASKETS PLANTER laf fIK 12 OZ.-A-fLAT CAN, DICKIES WORK PANTS DICKIES WORK SHIRTS called the ball long, with GHS the second doubles mulch :Miss Martha (irirfis. 12:
taking the match 43... of the day Griffis and Johnson

*1 $1 $1 A.44 %J v \\('ill up against Hritton and Miss Martha K. (Griffis 72.:!
rt THIS7UIIS0Bradford Bcssho lor an IItI in in I lulus /
'''aS"ti0"r .. of Starke. died in lirudl'ordCounty
blond m/malt- Btua cotton long
esn[., WAS 1,29 DISC.PRICe wAS7 7 WAS 1.11 ...... IInl.... II... 29-43.: IMVM,pockala.chambray S.M.L.XL.WHITE High netters t doubles match, to make Hospital Tuesday,
t S racked up their ninth victory Bradford 7-0 for the day teriioon..
ar
a SAVE 31% VALUE PIUSI1V SAVE11% VALUE PLUS Miss G rl His was horn
\- :March lMi! ::> in Highland iind l
PKG. OF 4 i MEN'S NO- OUNCE SAFETYSWIMMING .I.w lt ?trd. Dwight Slater'sFood had lived in I he Starke area

KITCHENTOWELS IRON POLOSS.M.L.XL PLASTIC most of her life. She was llu-
PITCHER GOGGLES & ScatOpen daughter of (the late Kli.shaUrilfis

fj S1 *1 $1 $1 and Esther: \\ilkinson.
:Miss iriffis was a retired
II WAS 1.21 ISC.PRICE WAS 1.27 DISC PRICEVALUEPLUSIf 4A U.S. 301 S. and
bakery employ a
r t t 7 AM. 12 PM. & Walnut St member of the Airp.irk,

SAVE UP TO21*I I : Baptist Church.Survivors .
include two
ASSORTMENT- 6 GEt ASST. TOOLS SAVE 18 SAYE 11% BUDWEISER THUW NRilRD brothers Itev. \K.I.: Griffis
I OvG
OF KIDS- R I N ( WORKSHOPS7 FOR EVERYTOYSGAMES DRESS SHIRTS WESTERN LOOK SHIRTS mid iucison Griffis. both tli>!
JpCrv p I 12 Oz. N.R. $149 $ t 29 Slarke: two sisters. :Mrs. It 11.

*1 9.68 WAS 3.0 4.84 WAS 4 OO 6 Pack 5th English and Mrs. K.K
('onwa\', both of Slarke.
WAS UP TO 1.17 Claaato. tailoring pois...t.rFront A back '0...... snap :
"Funeral services will In-
DISC.PRICE I cotton. Short. iM.v n, f to XL C..u.. ...In bluo. I lo XL. BORDEN'SMILK
a MOTOR OIL held Friday. April 1 I. at 2 pm.
in the I DiAVill C. Jones Chapel
VALUE PLUS SAVE 21" O /i with Kev. u.D.! Brooks

MEN'S VINYL SCENTED AIRFRESHENERS il $100 Gal. $149e officiating Burial' ill be in

.ate WORK BELTS, E.I Long Branch Cemetery near
g. SIZES 32-42 7 OZ. CAN Maxville.JKNKINSCOMI'I.KTKS.

$1 2 $1 I .-----1-.:- I r JOHN'S

DISC.PHICB! WAS 91:28E "
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SAVE 12% 3A E UPTO43% SAVE 15* 1'--' "- ,,
SAVE 35% I ry.' turn MaW\ >. e....... M* ...... VM 4 4la.RM
\ :2! \Paul I..lenkins. son lit>t tMr.
VINYL MATSLICED 11 OUNCE
15'/4 24" AIR I CHUNK OR 18x16" OR CAULKINGCARTRIDGE SAVE 12% SAVE 10% ,. M Tots Um' heals N..I.. .. VtaftCMtrtta : flit :Mrs. Paul "Jenkins,

CONDITIONERFILTERS .,, PINEAPPLEy/ II, CART-MAT MISSES' DENIM SHORTS STRETCH TUBE TOPS War M T.... has I'limpleUxl basic 'training

2 $1 ny 2R 1 r 2 FS 1WAS2E1a4 20''* ;1 2p7.00 322w3a00 .*.*... Lw da4w./.NfaAA..w1 ill)Kurt)Furl HIIl'k'I'Ia..l.icksiin .and .'t II' in

AS UP TOJIt16I wAI2It:' Pra-waahad danlm thorta M% cotton-10% rubber, on.walppa.d SAVE-We Do Our Own Work 'u \\11111' lit )Furl Hucki-r lie
WAS 2,11,54 front. SUM f-1*. Sic.lit..11. Solid*, ttrlpaa.SUPER fnmiik'letl a enursc as a brlicopter -

repairman. Jenkins.. is
71 SAVE UP TOSS*
I SAVE 29*
SAVE 15% now stationed in Furl Knox
PLASTIC SHOE ELMER'S "
ROUTE 55 \ BOX, BOWLS rSCHOOL..__ THE Jenkins is II l)7ii!) ; yrailiiiile.
RANSMISSIONFLUID.. OT. p 4fart/ COLANDER OR rA:-.;. "rrus GLUE,4 OZ. )I'.racllord\ High !School I
MILK BOTTLE I I'I' ] I'f

r 4rrsrssr rawrc 2 WAS F RfWO 34t1S$1 ; l 2R$1WAS UPTO2t.S4BOYS ._-"- '!a 211SAVE WAI.2J..1o 's HIDING PLACENow Ferguson AtCampl.rjeuiifMarine Promoted>


: Private, "'Irstass\

( SAVE4% SAVE 12" 42* can see Charles E. Ferguson, son ofSIr
1 % you
SAVE ?
e : and :Mrs..K.. Fergusonof
*TRIM COTTONWORK 1-LB.BOX BUMEN'S SAVE 10% about.
STRETCHJ what everyone's talking Starke. has been promoted
'/ SOCKS FOR TEE SHIRTS I .; SALTINE WORK BOOTS WOMEN'S CASUALS to his present! rank while
r" MEN, 10-13 S.M.L.XL GLOVES W CRACKERS If you've read the beat teller.TH E HIDING PLACE,you've l serving with 2d Marine Divi
WAS 9.00 WAS 2: 3 00M. probably been.n"iou ly awaiting. the release of the motion .picture N.C.A .
J 28.1WASLk1t ( 2AS1 21 ,'t 311 .... e In this area sion. 'amp Lejeune
R3/i71 I" tor firm anklo aupport.Oood Rlbb.d aom, knit uP_., Now. you can relive, on the screen Corrie ten Boom' 1971! graduate of Bradford
\ WAS2t32 WAI.v..14 WAS >*ar volt..lia 7.12. ail color.S-ta IFr.... triumphant story of faith, and couraqe.Share In a new. reminderof High School Ferguson joined
i / Cod sfmthtulnese..andHi.p: resence. MarineCorps: in June 19i1i.
Don t miss this special limited, opportunity to see the film
SAVE /5% $AYE 15" /1 SAVe 11" IL ,ou'ye heard so much about.
% '
SAVE 31
t Billy Graham.ayst Trlmmfeports
STACKING DURABLECERAMIC OT.EAGLEAMMONIA 4 f "With:: tensions of III will' on the rise. to Pearl Harbor
PLASTIC F THE HIDING PLACE shines Torpedoman's Mate
Navy
FACIAL 0
fN .
DUSTPANS showsing
CLEANER like beacon
MUGS a
/ TISSUE how lovedefied Seaman Apprentice Bruce 10;.

FO$ 3$1 3 $1 4 $1WAI ti 1-w: hate suffered Trimm son of Mr. and Mrs.
/ 3 i RWASAttI unspeakably' Edward: J. Trimm of Lake "
RWAS ? WAS 3/1.17 and won! has
344 y0 Butler, reported for duty I
at the Naval Submarine Base.
SA VE3S" ii 32% rlllt I'earillarbor, Hawaii :
VALUE PLUS? S AVE1?% COLGATE P BAN ROLL-ON Trimm joined the Navy in :
SAY f 15* SUPER BUY'
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18-OUNCC INSTANT DIGEIAVE21 ... July 1976. '
S" WOOD (ban 1.29
SALAD BEVERAGE SHAVE MEN'S/WOMEN'S DECKS FOAM BED PILLOW
Save advance admission ticket.Advance .
GLASSES CREAM on every

BOWLS $ 11 OZ. II DI-GEL LIOUID% .2.5.00: ?2i5eOO Discount Tickets. at (1.30 each are available Are stiff, aching'i i

4q$1DISC. o 1 630 isoz. wAa1.7T maker. ....... .rtooa. Sturdy cotton tlok.... with foam through THE HIDING PLACE local ticket outlet. muscles i
WASL414 (Limit S) WAI"7ti 1.3912 OzCIGARETTES .....'. ,.,1.woman.f-10. 11111....Jumbo Mia.Fameua slowing :
PRICE STATE FARM INSURANCE .
you down? See

VENIENT 312 W. Madison St. that, Rea & King Super d 1a 'ar STARKE OFFICE 'WHO ELSE !

T unday STORES't.1 e 964-7513 I : 41 $411 Carte., $411 Carton COMING APRIL 7-10 FLORIDA THEATRE PAST 40? is-* Page |Is I,



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I AREA NEWSHappy +*SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY NEWS *.**. I


Mrs. Beal is especially and articles on preserving our enjoying making their own to room; Fifth grade: Andy
KadWnlterson Leola plans to stay on for a would appreciate encouragingnotes proud of her third grade class endangered species. hang. It is hoped this will starta Chaff, Mrs. Duncan's room,
Birthday to. his visit with the Wattersons. MEETINGS from friends. room for winning the cafeteria "We All Need Clean Water"is craft that children will share and Melissa Jackson, Mrs.
who celebrated "football is the motto for 1977 National with their families each
Davis gameThis the as
entered Sixth
Mrs. George Register's room grade:
\90th on March 25. Wendy Lloyd celebrated her Hampton Senior Citizenswill Wildlife Week. There ;
Jacksonville Naval Hospitalon result of their good behaviorin are two springtime rolls around.Kxcltement Browder, Mrs.Rippltnger's .
Mr. Watterson was 14th March 21 hold their monthly Henry
birthday on the cafeteria and wildlife puzzles for the
for as a result
observationand
March 23 and Robin
pleasantly surprised when with a dinner attended by meeting Friday, April, at each student will receive students to complete and upon : reigned ) room
visited by his sister, Leola James Starling of Starke 7 p.m.. at the City Hall treatment. Her daughterand free hamburger coke and a completion, they will receivea supreme on Friday, March Stern, Mrs. Wood's room.
family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul This the culmination of
Sculthrop who came by bus whose birthday was on March A public meeting of interested from (French fries from wildlife sticker for their "Fifties Day" at was
from Chesapeake, Va.She had 8. Others joining the family citizens is scheduledfor Eerby Chattanooga McDonald's. notebook. Mary Richardsonwas Southside. Students (land several weeks of poster
first visited Mr. and Mrs. celebration were Teresa April at 7 p.m in the City Tenn., visited over the the first student to com some teachers too!) came making publicity, research
(Freddie Watterson and Bauldree, Lisa Carter, the lIall. Sam Mutch will be on weekend and her son, This past week has been a plete the puzzles. dressed in the style made and "news notes' each
family. Leola and Mae Bobby Chesser family and hand to explain details of the Georgie, arrived' from busy and informative one for popular by "Happy Days" TV morning of the last week In-
brought along a decorated Albert Chesser family of High Comprehensive Land Use Orlando for a visit on March Mrs. (Freeman's third grade. We're celebrating Spring program. volving Happenings during the
cake with candles. Springs, Bobby Olan from Planning Map which will be on 26.Mrs.. They are studying the human and (Faster with an Easter egg Costumes*were judged and'
Among those helping Kad Haiford and the James display. He! will also receive Frances Broome re- body and with much supportive tree! Students are decoratingeggs the winners were: Third ?
celebrate with his wife were: Starling family The group enJoyed suggestions and answer turned home on March 28 help from the ('om'munity (real blown eggs) as they grade: Michael Chapple and W
Mrs. Edna Hardin and Jessie a sing-along accompanied questions after undergoing surgery at services it has been an like and then hanging them Marie Doughman, both from
Beene from Jacksonville who by Mrs. Starlingon The Women's Council of the Alachua General Hospital. exciting time. On Tuesday on the library tree. Mrs. Mrs. Freeman's room;
enjoyed the birthday dinner t the piano.CORRECTION, Hampton Christian Church SCHOOL NEWS Mark and Karen Blanko Margaret Boone, library aide, Fourth grade: David Little Ants are equipped with five
will hold their regular monthly showed the students with the made several to "start the and Melanie and Diane Wood, different notes, each designedto
Wednesday, Children of Hampton Elementary of "Ressa ," how tree off now the children are
meeting on help Andy to ; all from Ms. Lawrence's accomplish*ditferent task
School will
April (6. at 2 p.m. at the have do mouth-to-mouth recussitalion. -
Church. Spring holidays from April 4 Students participating in
through 8. It will be a good
the ABC's of Breathing
SERVICEMAN( time to get the Spring cleaning
(Airway Breathing Circulation
The Price on SHASTA COLAS In This You may write to Pvt. done, gardening yard work )Iere Angela Web REVIVALAPRIL
Clarence W. Melton, and playing. Drew Davis and Sherry
week's Cook's Pantry mail-out is incorrectIT 263557926 A21 4th Pit at (Fort Rooms at the school are (Flakes.On .
Know Ky., 40121. lie may be gaily decorated with Easter Wednesday Marie
SHOULD BE bunnies and 3-10-7:30: NightlyAt
baskets,
cheered by a note from Spring Doughman and Howie Jones
friends! flowers the 'art work of
helped with the demonstration
SHASTA COLA students and teachers.
of the breathing machine that
CONVALESCINGLori : Kathryn Wigglesworth's4thgraders Kyle's father Mr.\ Harrison,
invited the 6th
Hog. or Diet 6/79'' 12 Oz. Can surgery Jean at Stone the underwent ShrlnersChildren's accompany class them trip to on Savage an gradeto Interesting County brought Hospital.from Bradford Sherry Pinevalley C.H. Church

Hospital 2100 N Flakes had her blood pressure
Bunnell
Pleasantburg Drive Green Kingdom near on taken l by Mr. Oswalt; Drew
The Coupon EGGS SHOULD READ ville. S.C 29fi)9() on March 24. March 25. taken Davis listened through( the Located 3 Miles N. Of Starke By Bradford Fum. Factory
They were on a guided
Price For and Mrs. !stethoscope; Judy Pettewaywas
Her parents Mr.
tour by Hobert (F. Baudy, the
20 OFF Per dozenCOOK'S D.B. Stone, visited her from master trainer, breeder and the patient for an I.V.
Thursday through Sunday.She while Keith Kehoe acted as Evangelist
world famous zoologist from .
will have a long tiring the I.V. pole.
_TRY France. They saw rare
Thursday the three thirdHmdes
period of recuperation soEASTER animals such as a Clouded
Leopard Snow Leopard, a big demonstration were and treated visit by to therescue a REV. WESLEY LUKE

._ .... ..... ,.m.=ac' camel with one hump, a unit and (KIMTs.; : Air. -
tOGG i'-i. lovely
= (cheetah many
Harrison and Mr. Oswalt told

and peacocks tamed deers.miniature This attrac-ponies the ment.students Doug about Carlton the was equip the"patient" Special Service Easter SundayWith

tion is open to the public on for an electrocardiogram
Saturdays Sundays and and Joey Riley
Mondays, but tours for large volunteered for the

groups can be arranged. The demonstration! of C'PK. The .....
a m children and chaperones were teachers and students in Dinner On The Ground
enthusiastic about this trip \'ulv'duuld like to extend
a and gained valuable know- (heir thanks for the excellent
m EGG ledge from t the accounts of I\lr nids-to-learning provided by And

Baudy. I lie hove mentioned i people.
: HAMPTON: LAKE; NEWS;
Congratulations to Lisa :News from the library \\chive Easter Egg Hunt For The Kids
Mitchell who was elected another picture display
Bradford /Irom the l Department of
HUNTt7 County Strawberry
Queen at. ceremonies on Transportation! a very interesting
sdrics! of '0Hlston'
March MissKim Mi! (Hodges, bride nf. Florida Transportation.! Come And Bring Your Dinner and
elect of honoredat Tlu-re are pictures ofI'loratt'S
O April 9. was
Transportation as
m a miscellaneous Mrs.\. Bob Allen shower and add. as Indian trails and as The
APRIL 9th 2:00 P.M. given by Enjoy Day
:
daughter Ann. and Mrs. Neil 'iiKxlern\ as avalk on t the
Crawford and daughter. moon. Thanks to the I nll.T.) (
Karen, at the home of the lor' sending us this fine display
m latter in Slarke :March to en joy This Ix-ing :National: I
Ages 3 Thrv 7 & 8 Thru 10 Years Corsages \\:.'re on presented 2f to \\ilillilc Wet'k.c have ii EVERYONE INVITEDDavid

the honoree, her mother./ Mrs.K.W. mobile" with different pictures
; Hodges iIIHIIrs) : 101 p| endangered species of.l liimmals
m [:] Ix-alon Morgan, mother/ of the also posters. of wild Hodges, Pastor '
AT THE
groomlolxThe hostesses lile over" a table of clippings

presented, ( Miss lI.ulg'slIh apiece
of her chosen! china as a
m SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARYPrizes memento of ihe occasion.Mr .
: and :Mrs. Handy Hodges\

11 e Will Be rn and homo moved daughter.at into Hampton their Am lovely Like.I >'. hate new HFF'/ \ '(Q) (Q) n LC ==JJ Info( ) m c

Mr mid Mrs Kugene: Hang
returned (Irom their wedding 200 Pine St Crystal Lake Starke Fla.
mm m (Irip nil :March :24. They ,
Awarded
Gm especially ('n.iol'Ct Jungle R O. Box 412 473-3133
iiirdens ami the Museums atSiirasuUi.
: Busch (Gardens
m For Everyone m C> press iardens. SI. Coriirii1pllc@ ItIHIirirn @
Augustine t and( the beaches all
ili along the way

>N a c II r ) > rovcrncrnllf
D SPONSORED BYMcDonald's Till.1, l Da* \chc'lIli..l.. nn (fP

Of frr. .IV,.'.151,MM I

11 jv P.-...tt.. .i'r' CI.' r'r'.L. Kitchens Swimming Pools Porches Family Rooms

Free l)li 'il( pressure tests
lire Ix-inn given h)' the localSrveiilli Garages & Enclosures Room Additions
[:] Day Church in aIN
m mill next\ : to the luestockkirn !

m ai 1 at the Itrudlnrd lair Fireplaces Cut Stone & Stucco
In atlchlion In the calliene
lQ woo Iree It'... winch sold last t \ear.
the ScxVnlh D.iy (Church will
also l hc' serving. non-meat t EXPERT ADDITIONS TO MOBILE HOMES

i hamburgers
TinI I"H loth will lie closed
Irom li p m Krid.u 'to 7 |II in. OVER 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN CONSTRUCTION .

"" Satlird.ry The ('Inn'c-h will also h('
a YOU DfSERVE BRfAK TODAY c 0 m !sponsnriim/ a I Iree liloodiressure
( ( heck at \\ inn,Dixie. (g hi unc nciin
on 11II hw.d.I) April Ii. IromMi
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(: 31. 1977 T L l.\.u a Page 1.1:


Rev. and Mrs. M.E. Drake - Le-aals '1


Keystone Heights, Florida. The WITH THE PROVISIONS OF Exhibit II, relating thereto,
To Be Honored Sunday OnPastor's t name and address of the CHAPTER 124 and SECTION THAT: a certified copy of this
I 98.031, AS AMENDED, EF
II personal representative'sattorney resolution and Exhibits be forthwith
FECTIVE JANUARY 1 1977
,
t
are set for below. / transmitted to Honorable

Appreciation DayOn All persons having claims or FLORIDA STATUTES.. Bruce A. Smathers, Secretary of

.F=" demands against the estate are State, State of Florida,
1 At the regular meeting of the
S'vn: 'RN.\ \PTIST CHfRCII FIRST. PRESBYTEHI\N required WITHIN THREE Tallahassee, Florida to satisfythe
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF Board of County Commissioners
Elder T.C. Williams\ conditions and requirementsof
National Pastors "Just Look Inside CHURCH THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF of Bradford County, Florida the above references to the
That City "On the search for a
Dr Jack Hand
Appreciation minister8lDW
Day this held on Monday, March 7. 1977,
Over
There. It was published friendly church" THIS NOTICE, to file with the Florida Statutes.
Sunday. April 3, the Its office in the court-
Starke at county
Clerk of the
above Court
in 1962 and has been a CERTIFICATE OFRECOMMENDATION
Church of sung by : School
God will honor Rev. Sunday house at Starke, Florida with
and :Mrs :\I.E. Drake. thousands since then. Welcome to Smyrna 9:30: a.m. : l\lorning'Worship written statement or any claim the following members present: AND
The special service Rev Drake traveled for five Rev and :Mrs :M.E. Drake, 11 a mTHURSDVYt. or demand they may have. Each D.L. Shuford, Commissioner APPROVAL
begin at 11 a.m. will 'ears singing and preaching pastor of the Starke Church of SUNDAY : Sunday School. Choli.r claim must be In writing and District No. 1. SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS

service the Ladies Following Auxiliary the the gospel I. with quartets he God. 10 a m.. Worship Service 11 practice. 7:30: p.m. must indicate the basis for the -George W. Roberts, Jr., BRADFORD COUNTY,
of the Church Mill\ organized. He then moved to a.m., B.T.S., 5:45: p.m., claim, the name and address of Commissioner FLORIDAI
Chairman -
dinner on the grounds prepare a Hemiston. Oregon with his he Is now pastoring the Evening Worship. 7pmAll the creditor or his agent or District, No 2.
family and pastored for three Church of God. visitors are warmly attorney, and the amount I, Jeneva M Flynn, Super.
Rev. Drake is the son of a claimed. If the claim not Male, Carter, Jr. Com of Elections Bradford
years. The Drake's have a song welcomed We preach the UNITED: PENTECOSTAL is yet No 3. visor ,
pioneer minister of the Churchof Later he felt the call of God. James of Portland. Oregon death, burial and resurrectionof C'III'UCII due, the date when it will become missioner District County, State of Florida, do
God. He was born in and moved to Melrose where and two daughters Rochele the Lord Jesus Christ. 204 Water Street due shall be stated. If the E.W. Hodges, Jr., Com hereby certify that after due and

Ranger, Texas and has been he took a small group of 14 and Starlene, both married to Come join us on the Lord's claim is contingent or un- missioner District No.4.Hazel diligent study and considerationof
active in the church since hewas'big and built liquidated the nature of the Paulk, Commissioner that of this resolution
people the Church of ministers .in the Church of Day. \\'foU: ESD.Bible: portion
enough to stand and God shall be stated. If District No.5. the in
on highway 21, which God. uncertainty the reflecting changes
study. 7.30; p.mHUDXY Commissioner
Hazel Paulk, ,
sing. claim Is secured the election and the
stands precincts
today as a monumentof A warm welcome is extended security
: Young
peoplE"sservice. I offered
No.5 and
An accomplished musician. his work and dedication to to friends of the shall be described. The claimant District boundaries thereof, do here
com 7:30
:
song writer and wood carver his God lie was there two anda munity to attend the church :M.\DISO.NST.BPTIST siNDSunday: : p.m. School. shall deliver sufficient copies of moved the adoption of the with, by my signature affixed
Rev Drake has written 18 half when he located the claim to the Clerk to enable above entitled resolution hereto, confirm by endorsementand
years resignedand at 422 W. St Clair Rev CharlesSwartx \\0 a m.; Worship Services 1 1a 11 i herewith
of following :
songs one which is entitled moved to Starke. where Street. m. and 7:30: p.m. the Clerk to mail one copy to The approval of such changesand
WHEREAS Legislatureof
SUNDAY: Sunday School. each personal representative" designations and in com-
State of Florida amended
93: a.m. ; Morning Worship. All persons interested in the the pliance with the provisions of
11 a.m. ; Church Training, 6:15: estate to whom a copy of this Section 98031 Florida Chapter 98, Section 98 031,

I OBITUARIES p m. Evening Worship. 7:30: FIRST B.tPTISTCIfl'RCHRev 1 Notice of Administration has Statutes, with an effective date Florida. Statutes, recommend
of January 1, 1977 pertaining to
p m. :Nursery. provided for all Ben Bryant been mailed are required in without reservation, that the
making certain changes
services. WITHIN THREE MONTHS Board of County Com-

W.P. Kfo: IP.lO! :\Margaret: Allshouse Funeral servies were held 'lUESDW: : Bible Study. 10 SLND\Y: : Sunday School. FROM THE DATE OF THE Election would Precinct require boundariesthat such precIncts missioners, Bradford County

William Tuesday in the Community a.m 9:43: a m. ; Morning Worship FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS to conform Florida concur, approve and
to
Perry clearly
Kemp 90. of :Mrs Church WEU E8n.Youth NOTICE, to file any objections adopt the same as herein
; with
I-awtcy died in the Veterans Margaret St Clair Rev. Thomas P : llam. Church Training. 6:1:15 recognizable and observable
Hospital in Gainesville Allshouse 73 of Keystone Poston officiating Burial will Choir Practice, 7:30: p.m.. pm. ; Evening Worship. 7'30: : they may have that challenge boundaries for each Section provided for.
the validity of the decedentswill Jeneva M. Flynn, Supervisor of
be Mid-Week Service
Heights died in the Bradford in the Sylvania Hills Prayer p Precinct. Such boundaries must
Sunday evening following a mWEDNESDAY the of the Elections
lingering( illness Hospital in Starke Sunday Memorial Park in Amoiiage 7:30: p.m. ; Adult Choir : Family qualifications coincide with visible features
Penn. DeWitt C. Jones Practice, 8:30: p.m. : personal representative or the Bradford County, State of
Born in Baker Count. evening Night Supper, 615; p.m. readily distinguishable on the
venue or jurisdiction of the Florida.
Born in Coraopolis Funeral Home was in chargeof Sunday School worker'smeeting. such
February 27 1887. :Mr Kemp court. ground as highways, COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Pennsylvania September 25 the local arrangements R.A.'s. G.A.'s
roads rivers
had lived in the Lawtey area ALL streets, railroads ,
CLAIMS DEMANDS
DISTRICT NO. 1 LAWTEY:
1'xn.! Mrs. Allshouse had lived Ac teens. World Friends and
and forth.
-lo He streams, so
over .vears was a retired AND OBJECTIONS
NOT SO at the of
in GU M1VMHPTIST: Commencing point
Keystone Heights for 15 :Mission Friends 65:
farmer and p.m. ; WHEREAS, In order to effect
carpenter a years She was a member of :::::::::::::: : :::::::::::::.:::: Rev James StarlingSUNDXY Hour of Power. 7:30: FILED WILL BE FOREVER intersection 'of the county
member of the Law lev Lodge ::: : : ::::::: :::::::: : ::: :::: :: : : ::: :: p.m. BARRED. such change and to comply with graded road known as the Mark

charter 189. F member& A.\1.: .of and the was Jones a Community the Keystone Church. Heights JJ j Card Of/ Thanks 1 : Sunday School. Adult choir,18:13\ :: Visitation.p.m1HIRSDAY 7 this Date Notice of the of first publication of the Section provisions 98.031 of the, amended Florida Lee Starling road and the Sea-
Administration: board Coastline Railroad, thencerun
Survivors include 10 a.m. ; Morning Worship 11 .
one son,
would the
Statutes
\\hiteLangford! American Earl F. Allshouse of : ?>':'$: :::::::::::::: ::,o::::::::::::;::::::;:::::::::::::::: a.m.; Training Union 6 p.m. ; pms\TlKD\Yt Bus Ministry March 31, 1977. abolishment, of Election require Precinct East to the Bradford.Clay
Legion! Post.SUr'ivor5 WEDNESDAY: !Mid-Week Donald T Bowers, as Personal county line, thence run North
Aliquippa Penn. 8:30
; two visitation. : a.m. No. 13-A, GRAHAM and
include two sons daughters : :Mrs Margaret Many thanks to our friendsfor Prayer Service 7:30: p.m. Representative of the Estate of Election Precinct 15-B, NEW along the Bradford-Clay county
Perry J. Kemp of Raiford and Deborah
Lamb of Penn and the acts of kindnE'ssduring Ann Bowers, line to the BradfordBakercounty
Ambridge many
and other
RIVER certain
Floyd H. Kemp of Lawtey Deceased. line, thence run West
:Mrs Joan Barry of Jackson our recent bereavement
two daughters. :.Mrs FIRST ASSEMBLY: OF changes in Election Precinct No.
Della ERIC E. WAGNER, P.A. along the BradfordBakercounty
ville May God bless each
; one brother, William St.. one 7, RENO neither of whose
Kitchens of Savannah. Ga. Clair of of MKSTCIIRISTIANCHURCH : GOD BY: George A. Stelogeannis line to the Bradford-
Bradenton and four you.
and :Mrs Gladys Bixbv ofHumne grandsons Mrs P.J. Anders and family "The Happy Church Post Office Box 1793 boundaries conform to the Union county line (New River),
'. X.II. brother llwy. IBatWvldonSt. Ocala Florida amended requirements
one Jim Love :Minister 32670 thence run southwesterly along
Angus! Kemp of A hford. Ala. Starke Attorney for Personal THEREFORE BE. IT RESOLVED the Bradford-Union county line

21 grandchildren and four SUNDAY: Sunday School SUNDAY : Sunday School. Representative by this body,. the to its intersection with State

great grandchildren \\I 9:45: a.m.; morning service, 10 a.m.; Morning Worship 11 Telephone: 9047320079 Board of County Commissionersof Road 16, thence run southeasterly '
Funeral services were held Community Newsby 10:43: a.m.; youth group, 6 a.m.; Evening Worship, 7 3/31 2tchg 4/7 the County of Bradford Stateof along State Road 16 to its
Florida, and joined therein by
Wednesday in the De\\ III C ; evening worship, 7 p.m. intersection with Farmers Mar
p.m. NOTICE OF
Jones in Starke with \VED SUYouth the duly elected Supervisor of ket Road thence
Chapel ,
run easterly
Choir .
Rev Don Denton and Rev Elizabeth Given Walker :Monday, 7:30: p.m. ; Easter p.m.: practice: 8pm.WEDNESDAY Bible meeting, 7pm. ; Bible Study. SHERIFF'S SALE Elections of said county, in a along Farmers Market Road to

:ME. :My er officiating. Burial Rehearsal 8:30: p.m. ; regular meeting duly assembled State Road 200 (Temple
Tuesday Prayer Meeting 7 Study, 8pmALLENtllVPEL p.m.Pastor Notice is hereby that I,
was in Prospect Cemeterynear SUIOOI\ :NKWSBradford Robert Harden given mutually agree to hereby sub- Avenue), thence run southerly
White Springs! with p.m. Easter Rehearsal 8 Welcome one and all! Dolph E. Reddish as sheriff of scribe and approve to the redefinition along State Road 200 (Temple
: Wednesday Senior Bradford County, Florida,' under
schools will begin p.m of Election Precinct
:Masonic rites at the grave Avenue) to State Road 16
Choir Rehearsal 7:30: and by virtue of Writ of Execution
Spring vacation :Monday. p.m. : boundaries, in order to comply (Brownlee Street) to the Sea-'
April 4 through April 10. Easter Rehearsal 8 pm. ; to-wit: with the provisions of the board Coastline Railroad thencerun
MARK'S EPISCOPAL
ST.
Wednesday Senior Choir Rehearsal AM.E.CIIUIICN"The Execution issued out of Circuit
Students will enjoy fun of amended Florida Statute, Sec- '
Hill.ItE11111511! ) ) 73:; Spring with their parents. ,7.30: p m ; Easter Re Friendly Church" Rev John Flynn Court of Dade County, Florida tion 96031. board northerly Coastline along Railroad the to Sea-its

hearsal. 8 p.m. ; Thursday 749 Pine St.Starke pursuant to a Final Judgment for BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED,
Funeral I services are set at 2 (IIUUII :NEWSPleasant Story Hour 7:30: p.m.; Easter Rev R.G. lleastie, Pastor PALM: SUNDAY: Holy Atlas American Corporation d/b/a THAT: intersection with the Mark Lee
Starling road, the said of
p m. today Thur dlV.Iarch: Rehearsal 8 p.m. ; Friday Eucharist 8:30: a.m. ; Church Atlas Electric Supplies and 1 In accomplishing the desired point
:Hi' for HuI.I I. i Bill i Reddish Grove: Young Junior Choir Rehearsal, 6 St'NDXV: Sunday School School, 9:45: a.m. ; Holy against Ray Brumbaugh changes that the boun- beginning.IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE

7:;. of lIe bronn Springs who Adult Choir rehearsal, p.m.; Easter Rehearsal 8 9:30: a.m., Morning Worship Eucharist llamMONDAY defendant. In the amount of daries of the affected County PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER

died ;Monday night. March 2't Monday. 7 p m : Tuesday p.m.; Saturday Senior Ushers 11 a.m., Evening Worship, 5pm : : Vestry meeting 8654.11 together with costs of Commissioner Districts, be likewise 124, FLORIDA STATUTES,
in Alaihua General Hospital Young Junior Choir rehearsal. sell dinners from kitchen, 6 ., first Sunday only: love 7:30: p.m. collection. re-defined in accorance Commissioner
m Gainesville after an extended 7\11 p.m.; Sunday School Teachers feast 7:30: p.m. Friday before TUESDAY : Junior and lave seized and have in my with the of Chapter County. District
::\ p in; Wednesday Prayer provisions JJo. 1 Lawtey, is further sub{1 jj
choirs 7:30
senior :
illness conference. first Sunday. practice described F '
monthly Sundayis the ,
:Meeting 7,30; p m : Thursday p.m. [possession following 121f. 1'1orfda Statutes,tJertaining divided into three ((3)) Election. .I
Born In $radtn :Mr. Reddish'fived most of his School 10 a.m.: Morning Service School 9:30: a.m.: Morning 1 Brown Leather 3.seat Couch. 1 of said Chapter 00 observed -

life in lleilbronn Springs 11 a.m. ; Communion Worship 11 a.m., Dinner, AIR PARK BAPTIST Brown Leather Chair 1 Gould Election Precinct No. 1 -

where he owned and operateda Service. 3 p.m. 12:30: ; )Evening Worship, 6 :MORGAMUUD: CHURCH Pump century 1/2 horse motor, 2 For purposes of referenceand Lawtey; Election Precinct No. 2

general: store until his :Ml :\Iorlah :Methodist: pm.FIrst BAPTISTSUNDAY Rev. O.D. Brooks serial PE with pump attached serial description a general highway KELLY; Election Precinct No.

rl'lIreml'ntl'vE'ral years ago Tuesday Prayer Meeting 7 Born Church: : Sunday School. Orange Street 4S7028321 with blue PM filter map of Bradford County, as 3 CRAWFORD ... the said
He was a member of the p.m.; Choir Rehearsal 8 p.m. Tuesday Prayer Service 7:45: 10 a.m., Morning; Worship and attached. 1 Gould century pump, prepared by the State precincts being wholly confined
lleilbronn Springs Baptist Wednesday. Easter rehearsal p.m. ; Friday Tarrying Services for the Deaf. 11 a.m., Sl'ND.Sunday School 10 1/2 horse motor, serial P2 with Topographic Office, State of within the boundaries of County

(hurch where he was on the will be held each afternoon Service; Sunday School 10:30a : Training Union 6:30: p m am ; Worship Service 11 pump attached Jacuzzi serial Florida, Department of Trans- Commissioner District No.1,

Building Committee until Easter m. ; Missionary Service Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m. a.m.; Evening Worship p.m. 4B7028328 with blue PM filter. 1 portation, dated December, and the boundaries for each are

Survivors include his Free Canaan True Church: 11-JOam:: .; PCW. Evening W'EDNESDAMidweek! WEDNESDAY: Prayer Jacuzzi, sea-green in color, whirl 1973 shall be used to graphically herewith separately described:

widow. Mrs. ;Margaret Carmichael Tuesday Prayer Meeting 7:30: Exchange with Gainesville Prayer S rvice and Bible Service 7 p.m. pool bath. 1 Jacuzzi, grape in define and outline each Com- ELECTION PRECINCT NO 1 -

Reddish of Starke; ; Wednesday Tarrying Church. Study, 7-30: p.m., Choir color, whirl pool bath, serial 113 missioner District and each LAWTEY:
p.m.
one son, Keith Reddish of Service; Friday Bible Study Practice 8:15: p.m.PIS. model JR1-54. 1 Custom line Election Precinct, with/ the ap- Commencing at the point of

lleilbronn Springs, three 7'JO p m; Sunday School 10 Greater Allen Chapel : executive whirl pool bath with proriate number being indicatedfor intersection of the BradfordClaycounty

!sisters: Mrs. Anne Kelly. Mrs u m. Morning Worship. 1 Tuesday Prayer Meeting and LEGAL pump, serial P4, century. 2 Jacuzzi each, and further, that the line and State Road 200

:Mary Norman and !Mrs a m )Evening Worship. 7:30.: Class Meeting; Friday, April whirl pool bath, model J300 B, written narrative description for (US 301)), thence run southwes
Hazel Alvarez all of Starke New Bethel :Missionary 1. Lovefeast. Junior Church .: GROVEMETIIODISTC11URCli circulators with handles. 1 Jacuzzi each Commissioner District and terly along State Road 200 (IUS

and one brother. George Baptist: Wednesday Prayer will sell dinners Saturday IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF whirl pool bath, model J300 Unit Election Precinct shall be made 301)) to its intersection with

Reddish\ of Waldo Meeting, 7:30-8:30: : p.m. ; Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Com- Rev Ken L. Coleman THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL 9493B, circulator. 1 Jacuzzi whirl from such reference. A map indicating State Road 200-A, thence run

Services will be held in the Friday the choirs and ushers munion service, 11 a.m. and CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND pool bath, model J308, Unit the re-defined Com northerly along State Road 200-

lleilbronn Springs Baptist will meet with pastor, 7 p.m. 5:30: p.m.Easter. SUNDAY: Sunday School, FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. 49606, circulator. 1 A.O. Smith missioner District by name and A to the county graded road
(hurch with Rev Dean :New; Bethel is on program at Program will be held 9:45: a.m.:; Morning Worship CASE No 77-109 electric water heater, model ORE number and labeled Exhibit I, known as the Crawford Road to
Burial will 10 and 11 a.m. ; Evening Services, 6P790 serial 790.K-73-30640. 1 and its intersection with State Road
Cassels officiating. the General I Baptist Con Sunday, a m 3pmThe IN RE: the marriage of HATTIE a separate map indicatingthe
follow in Conner Cemetery. vention in Tallahassee April 7 Women's Day Annual 7:30: p m.TIIURSDAY. SUE BRADLEY Wife A.O. Smith 6-gal. electnc water re-defined Election Precinctsby 16 thence run northwesterlyalong

Archer-Tanner Funeral at 7 p.m. Convl'ntion111 beheld Program will terminate April : Prayer Petitioner heater, model DRE6P790, serial name and number and State Road 16 to its intersectIon
Home US-301 south of Starke at Greater Mt Pleasant 2... All members are asked to Meeting, 7:30: p.m. and 790-G.73-34888. 1 Jacuzzi i electric labeled Exhibit II, are consideredto with the Bradford Union

is in charge of arrangements. 1IIi6 W. Golden St cooperate with these HUGH RICHARD BRADLEY, motor pump filter assembly, be a part of this resolution. county line thence run north.
fbt'nezerlIulonary: activities Husband, Respondent. century serial N8 1 Jacuzzi, 3To comply with the provisions easterly along the Bradford-

Baptist: Tuesday Bible Study. :Mt. Pisgah : Sunday NOTICE OF SUIT custom line Roman bath, purple of Chapter 124.02 ((1)) Union county line to the Brad.

7:30-8:30: : ; Thursday Prayer School 10 a.m. ; Communion FIRST\ UNITEDMETHODIST NO PROPERTYTO serial 193. 1 Jacuzzi whirl pool Florida Statutes, Notice of ford-Baker county line?, thencerun

('.XRDOK I Til.\NkS Meeting, 7 p.m. ; Sunday Service, 11 a.m. ; CHURCH : HUGH RICHARD bath, grape in color, serial 112 1 Change of Boundaries of Com East along the Bradford

School 10 a.m. Morning Cemetery Cleaning: The BRADLEY. Route One, Dillard, Large green whirl pool bath by missioners Districts and Election Baker county line to the Brad)
Wl.ish to express our ; cemetery cleaning will be SUNDAY : 9:45: a.m., Georgia Aqua Therapy Spas, Inc. with Precincts, that descriptions of ford-Clay county line, thenc
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appreciation and gratitude to Worship 11:Miracle a m.; Sunday pin.God's Monday, April 4. All interested Church School, 11 a.m. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat inside steps. 1 White/blue/ Jacuzzi such boundaries be published in run South along the Bradfor

our many friends for their : citizens are invited to !Morning Worship with an action for Dissolution of pump assembly No. 580445. 1 the Bradford County Telegraph, Clay county line to its "
10 Morning
kindness beautiful flowers School a.m. Evening help. Please bring tools, nursery provided. Matrimony has been filed Gas powered concrete compactorby a weekly newspaper, in its issuesof tersection with State Road 2 *

food and love shown during! Worship Worship 7:30 11: am.; Monday rakes hoes. lawn mowers, against you and you are requiredto Jay Corp., Model J13 serial March 17. March 24. March (US 3011 the said pant nt
loved pm.; etc numbers 19.485 and S263741 1 31 and April 7, 1977. beginning.
the recent loss of our 7 JO serve a copy of your written
Prayer Meeting : pm ; : Gas powered chain saw by 4 In the written descriptionsfor ELECTION PRECINCT NO 2
one James "Captain" Ercell Meeting Philadl'lphlalinlonary defenses if any, to it on J.J.
Thursday Prayer ,
Kdwards.e: shall always Bible Baptist: Friday Junior Choir CLVARB.PTIST WOLBERT JR., Attorney for "STIHL," red and gray In color 1 each County Commissioner KELLY:
7:30 Friday Study,
remember.Mrs. : p.m. HYPU anniversary, 8 p.m.; Sunday CHUKCII Petitioner whose address is 142 Jacuzzi purple, whirl pool bath. 1 District and each Election Pre Commencing at the point of
Donnie Mae Edwards 7:30: p.m. Sunday 5-30; School 10 a.m. ; Morning Jim Black Pastor West Call Street, P.O. Box 1086 Jacuzzi whirl pod bath model cinct described within the city intersection of the Bradford-CUr

Linda and Bill Davis pm. Bethlehem Worship 11 a m.; Evening Starke, Florida, 32091. and file J300-B, Unit 46197 circulator with limits of Starke, Florida the county line and State Road 200
Brothers and Sisters Greater rehearsal Worship 3 p.m, SUNDAY: Sunday School the original with the Clerk of the handle. 4 Chemical feeder, model currently existing boundaries for (US 301)), thence run southwesterly -
and In-laws .'rt'e"lITiny\ Tots 9:45: a.m.: Morning Worship. above-styled Court on or before H301.: serial nos. 37923 37348 each district and each precinct along State Road 200

.J 11 a.m.; Evening Worship, 7 May 2. 1977, otherwise a 37350, and 35604 "The WIDGET." have not been change or altered (US 301)) to the county graded

p.m. judgment may be entered 1 Yellow Leather Chair. 1 Green within the said city limits and road leading to Saxton thencerun

against you for the relief demandin Metal Upright cabinet, two-door. 1 the map of the City of Starke easterly along the Saxton
Maintenance the Petition. Black Leather and Mahogany currently in use describing the road to its interesection with the
Production WITNESS my hand and the Chair 1 Black Cloth and boundaries of each district and Seaboard Coastline Railroad

GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH seal of said Court on the 29th Mahogany Swivel Chair 1 Filing each precinct remain in full force thence run southwesterly along

Highway 100.V South day of March, AD. 1977. Cabinet five-drawer, off brown. 1 and effect as approved by the Seaboard Coastline Railroadto
WorkerNew Jerry D. Milton GILBERT S. BROWN AS Filing Cabinet, five-drawer, steel resolution adopted by the Boardof its intersection with the

Pastor CLERK OF SAID COURT. grey. 1 Executive Desk black County Commissioners on county graded road known as

964-5656 By: S/BULAH MOODY. Deputy metal with mahogany top. 2 December 3, 1963, and in accordance the Mark Lee Starling road,

Steel Mill In Baldwin Fla. Clerk. Secretary swivel chairs, 1 yellow with the amended provisions thence run easterly along the
Electric Sl'NDnBible School. 10 and 1 brown. 1 Reception Desk 3- of Section 98031. Mark Lee Starling road to its intersection

a.m.; Morning Worship 11 3/31 4tchg 421IN drawer, black metal and changes of district and precinct with the Bradford-
a.m. ; Children's Choir mahogany top. 1 Desk, large 6- boundaries within the city limits Clay county line thence run
HIRING HOURLY Practice 5-45: p.m.; Training drawer mahogany. 1 3M Casual of Starke Florida are hereby North along the Bradford-Ciay
NOW Union. 6:30: p.m. ; Evening THE CIRCUIT COURT IN Desk Copier. Serial 895711. waived until the next odd. county Inc to its interesection

Worship. 7:30: pm.WEDNESDAY AND FOR BRADFORD As the property of the above numbered year namely, 1979. with State Road 200 (US :301)).

: Sunday COUNTY. FLORIDA named defendant and that on 5 A copy of this resolution, the said point of beginning.
PRODUCTION & School Workers Meeting. 7 CASE NO.: 77-23 CP Monday, the 25th day of Apr including Exhibit I t. redefiningthe ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 3 -
a.m.; Bible Study and Prayer, IN RE: Estate of DEBORAHANN 1977 at twelve o'dock noon on County Commissioner Ds- CRAWFORD:

7:30: p.m. ; Adult Choir BOWERS. Deceased. said day at Route 2, Box 408A, tricts and Exhibit II, re-defining Commencing at the point of
Practice 8:15: p.n>. NOTICE OF Melrose Florida (lintersection of the Election Precincts thereof. intersection of the county

WORKERSGood ADMINISTRATIONTO State Road 21 and 521-B). I will I be appropriately recorded upon graded road leading to Saxton
MAINTENANCE "A Church Where ALL PERSONS HAVING offer for sale and sell to the highest the minutes of this Board and and the Seaboard Coastline

Everybody is Somebody" CLAIMS OR DEMANDS bidder for cash in hand, the above filed with the official records of, Railroad thence run southerly

AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE described property of said this body, as constituting the along the Seaboard Coastline
Wages.Liberal Company Benefits AND ALL OTHER PERSONS defendant to satisfy aforesaid official action of this board on Railroad to State Road 10

EASTER SCHEDULE INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: Execution "the question of re-defining the (Brownlee Street), thence runwesterly

Apply In Person ST. EDWARD'S YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED DOLPH E. REDDISH, SHERIFF Commissioner Districts and the along State Road 16
Rev Father Patrick Foley that the administration of the Bradford County. Florida. Election Precincts of Bradford (Brownlee Street) to State Road
Estate of DEBORAH' ANN County Florida. 200 (Temple Avenue), thencerun

April 7 Holy Thursday, 7 BOWERS, deceased. Case 3/31 4tchg 421RESOLUTION 6 > In compliance with the northerly along State Road
Steel CorporationYellow Number 77.23 CP. is pending in provisions of Chapter 124 Section 200 (Temple Avenue) to the

Florida pmApril 8 Good Friday. 3 the Circuit Court for Bradford 124.03 Florida Statutes, Farmers Market Road, thence
TO REDEFINETHE
County, Florida Probate pertaining to the boundaries of run westerly along Farmers Market
pmApril Division, the address of which is BOUNDARIES OF the Commissioner Districts Road to Stata Road 1%
County -
9 7
Holy Saturday
Water Road SR. 217 East Of Baldwin Fla. pm. (Easter Vigil Mass) Bradford County Courthouse, COUNTV COMMISSIONER. and to the provisions' of thence run northwesterly along '
DISTRICTS AND THE ELECTION
April 10 Easter Sunday, 9 Starke Florida. The personal representative amended Section 98.031, State Road 16 to the county s
Ail Equal Opportunity Employer M/F a.1. and 11 a.m. of the estate Is PRECINCTS THEREOF IN Florida Statutes pertaining to graded road known a* the Crawford I
BRADFORD COUNTY
DONALD T, BOWERS, whose changes In boundaries of Election Road, thence run easterly
address is P.O. Box 877, FLORIDA IN 'COMPLIANCE Precincts, and Exhibit I and along the Crawford Reed toIarch '


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State ffoad 200-A thence run Intersection of State Road 100 Commencing' .at the intersection Alachua county line to its Inter- (New River) to its Intersection with the Clerk of the Circuit NOTICE Representative of the Estate of
south4 State Road 200-
ly along and State Road 225, thence run of State Road 230 and section with the West line of with State Road 100, thence run Court In and for Bradford OF ADMINISTRATIONTO JAMES W. HORNE Deceased
A to State Road 200 (US 301)).
northerly along State Road 225 22 8 southeasterly State Road County Florida of ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
thence run southerly along State the Bradford-day county line, Section Township South, along upon receipt
to its intersection with State thence run South along the Range 22 East, the said point of 100 to its Intersection\ th the proof of publication of this ALL PERSONS HAVING REPRESENTATIVE:
road 200 US
( 301)) to the county '"
'
''' thence run southerly Bradford-Clay county line to the beginning. West line of Range 21 East nice, the following fictitiousname CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Richard C.Williams
road to Saxton
leading
graded
along State Road 229 to Its in- southernmost right-of-way of ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 12 thence run South along the to-wit: Ca Mile AGAINSTTHEABOVE ESTATE 122 North Boulevard
thence the
Saxton run road easterly to its Intersectionwith along ,orsection with State Road State Road 18, thence run LINCOLN CITY: West line of Range 21 East to its Homes, Inc., AND ALL OTHER PERSONS New Port Richey, Florida, 33552

the Seaboard Coastline 29A, thence run northeasterlyand northerly and westerly along Commencing at the Intersection Intersection with State Road 18, Home Center under which I am INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE Telephone: 81382

Railroad the said of east along State h x) 229Ato State Road 18 to its intersectionwith of Call Street (State thence run easterly along State engaged in business at Hwy 301

point its Intersection wilt!. State State Road 100, thence run Road 230'and Walnut Street, Road 18 to its Intersection with North, Starke Fla. That the YOU ARE HEREBY 3/3T/ 2tchg 4/7 i

beginning.COUNTY COMMISSIONER Road 16, thence run northwesterly northwesterly along State Road thence run easterly along Call State Road 225, at Graham, names( ) of the persons( ) solely' NOTIFIED that the .

DISTRICT NO 2 BAYLESS: along State Road 16 to its 100 to Water Street, within the Street to its intersection with thence run South on State Road Interested in the said business is administration of the estate of INTENTION TO I

Commencing at the point of intersection with the Bradford-' city limits( of Starke, Florida, Water Street, thence run 225 to its Intersection with the (are) a follows: JAMES SHEP TOMLINSON NOTICE OF SAID FICTITIOUS I

intersection of State Road 100 Union county line (New River), continuing northerly along southerly along Water Street to Bradford-Alachua county line J.H. LorenceExecutive deceased File Number 1.26 REGISTER I

and the Bradford,Union county thence run southwesterly along Water Street to its intersectionwith State Road 100, continuing (Santa Fe River), thence run Vice President is pending in the Circuit NAME I
Section
the Bradford.Union line the Brad- P.O Box 1921 for Bradford County, Florida, Pursuant to 8.0
line (New River), thence run county Call Street (State Road southerly on SUIte Road 100 to northwesterly along
southeasterly along State Road (New River) to its intersectionwith 230))), thence run easterly along its Intersection with the county ford-Alachua county line (SantaFe Waycross, Ga. 31501 Probate Division, the address of Florida Statutes that, under I

100 to its intersection with Pratt State Road 100, thence run Call Street (State Road 230)) to graded road known as theMang's River)to its convergence with which Is Bradford County hereby gve R. t Shirley

Street, thence run North and southeasterly along State Road Beseant Road, thence run East Dairy Road, thence run the Bradford-Union county line 3/244tpd 4/14 Courthouse, Starke, Florida sign 2 Box 161-C I
Route ,
,
then East on Pratt Street to its 100 to its Intersection with State along Bessant Road to the westerly along the Meng's Dairy (New River), the said point of 32091. Starke Bone, Florida, 32091, doing

intersection with Orange Street, Road 225, the said point of easterly boundary of the City of Road to its intersection with beginning. NOTICE business, under the firm name of !

thence run South on Orange beginning COUNTY. Starke, thence run South along State Road 221, thence run After discussion and consideration The personal representative of "BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK ,
COMMISSIONER CITY OF
Street to its intersection with the easterly boundary of the City northwesterly along State Road of all references, ex- STARKE the estate is HARRAL Route Box 161.C d
DISTRICT NO. 3 SERVICE, I
BLAN-
TOMLINSON whose address is
Call Street, thence run easterly of Starke to its intersection with 221 to its Intersection with State hibits, recommendations and
DING Bradford County,
: Starke,
State Road 230, thence run Road 200 (US 301)), thence run boundaries, and other facts 3012 West tat Street,
Call Street Bessant
along to Commencing at the polnl'ofintersection The of Starke Florida Invites 32091, intend to register
City ,
,
hereto Maxie Carter Jacksonville, Florida Fri
State Road 230 applying
Road, thence run East along of the southernmost easterly along to northeasterly along State Road bids for a Cassette TapeSubsystem 30 T under the I
Bessant Road to the East its intersection with the Brad- 200 (US 301)) to Walnut Street in Jr. Commissioner, District 3, name and nam
right-of-way of State Road 18 for L- provisions of aforesaid statute.
boundary of the City of Starke, ford-day county line, the said Starke, Florida, thence run seconded the motion of urrough personal representative'sattorney Boone .
and the Bradford-Clay county 8500 Type the Earl R. and Shirley ,
are forth below.
point of beginning. northerly along Walnut Street to Commissioner Paulk for the
s
East
thence run North along the line, thence run northerly and specifications and joint owners
COUNTY COMMISSIONER its intersection with Call Street adoption of the resolution, purposes a
boundary of the City of Starke to westerly along State Road 18 to outlined. will be received at this 10th day of March,
with DISTRICT NO. 4 HAMPTON: (State Road 230)), the said pointof including the Exhibits referred to Bid All persons having claims or Date
its intersection Alligator '
intersection with State Road Florida
its the City Office, City of demands against the estate are A. at Starka
Commencing at the Inter- beginning herein and made a part of this
Canal thence follow the westerly
100, thence run northwesterlyalong Starke Florida until 7:00: 3/10 4tpd 3/31
required, WITHIN THREE
section of the southernmost COUNTY COMMISSIONER resolution, and after being
course of Alligator Canal to State Road 100 to Water O-dock P,M. 5 1977 .
on April MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
of State Road 18 in Mrs Jeneva
the northeast corner of Lot Nine Street, within the city limits of right-of-way DISTRICT NO. 5 BROOKER: joined session by

((9)) Blanding Subdivision, thencerun Starke, Florida, continuing and the Bradford-day county Commencing at the point of M. Flynn, Supervisor of Election SPECIFICATIONS THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR

westerly along the North line northerly along Water Street to line, thence run northerly and convergence of the Bradford- Bradford County, Florida, THIS NOTICE, to file with the BRADFORD COUNTY

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 Dual-gap read/write head clerk of the above court a FLORIDACIVIL

division to the intersection of its intersection\ th State Road River) and the Bradford-Union a vote an unanimously approved written statement of any claimor
(State Road 230)) thence run with read after ACTON
automatic write
Jackson end St Clair Streets, easterly along Call Street (State 100, thence run northwesterlyalong county line (New River), thence by the affirmative votes of demand they may have. Each CASE -
State Road 100 Water Commissioner D.L. Shuford verfication enables read after claim must be in writing IN
continuing westerly along Jack to run northeasterly along the an RE: The Marriage of
Road 230)) to Bessant Road, without
son Street to the Seaboard thence East Bessant Street, within the city limits of Bradford.Union county line District 1, Commissioner George write checking tape must indicate the basis for MICHAEL WAYNE TABER,

Coastline Railroad thence run Road run the along of Starke, Florida, continuing nor- (New River) to its intersectionwith W. Roberts, Jr, District 2, and backspacing, and significentlvreues claim, the name and address of Husband,
to easterly
northerly along the Seaboard the City of Starke boundary thence therly along Water Street to its State Road: 100, thence run Commissioner E.W. Hodges, tape movement and the creditor or his agent or and
run
Coastline Railroad to its intersection North the intersection with Call Street southeasterly along State Road District 4. wear attorney, and the amount LINDA JEAN TABER, Wife.

with Adkins Street along of the of Starke easterly (State Road 2301) thence run 100 to the westerly boundary of Gorge W Roberts, Jr., Spindle controlled, multi- claimed. If the claim is not yet NOTICE OF SUIT
boundary City to
thence run westerly along Ad. its intersection with Alligator westerly along Call Street to its the City of Starke, continuing Board of County speed reel drive. Photo- due, the date when it will TO: MICHAEL WAYNE TABER,

kins Street to its intersectionWIth Canal, thence run along the intersection with Walnut Street, along State Road 100 (Madison Commissioner Bradford electrically controlled tape become due shal be stated. I 1214 EAST PARKER,
speed. Tape is transported
State Road 200 (Temple of thence run southerly along Wal- Street) to its intersection with County, State of Florida the claim contingent SHAWNEE, OKLAHOMA 74801
\westerly/ course Alligator Street to its intersection with Attest Gilbert S. Brown Clerk without pinch role to reduce unliquidated, the nature of the YOU ARE
Avenue), thence run northerly Canal to the southeast corner of nut Pratt Street, thence run North : HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
increase
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- tape wear uncertainty shall be stated I the an action for Dissolution of

Avenue), to Farmers Market Division thence run westerly continuing southerly along State with Orange Street, officio Secretary, Board of reliability. claim is secured, the security Marriage has been filed againstyou
Road 200 (US 301)) to its intersection thence South County Brad- Magnetic tape cassete. shall be described The caiman and
Road, thence run westerly along along the south line of Lot Eight run on Orange Commio 280 feet which you are required to
Capacity is ex
deliver sufficient
Farmers Market Road to State ((81) Blanding Sub-Division to the with State Road 227, Street to its Intersection with ford County, shal copes serve a copy of your written defenses -
a 20-inch clear leader at claim the clerk
Road 16, thence run nor intersection of Jackson and St. thence run westerly and Call Street, thence run easterly clue to if any, to it on RICHARDE.
and end of
thwesterly along State Road 16 Clair Streets, continuing southerly along State Road 227 along Call Street to its Inter- CERTIFICATE beginning tap the clerk to mail one copy to WELTY, Attorney for

to the Bradford.Union county westerly along Jackson Street to to its intersection with State section with Walnut Street, Burough"computer each personal representative. Petitioner, whose address is 114N.

line (New River). thence run its intersection with the Sea- Road 18, continuing westerly thence run southerly along Wal I, Gilbert, S. Brown, Clerk of cee tape is used to assure Walnut Street P.O. Box 995,

southwesterly along the board Coastline Railroad, thencerun and southerly' along State Road hut Street to State Road 201' the Circuit Court of Bradford accuracy, reliability and long All persons interested in the Starke, Florida, 32091, and file

Bradford.Union county line to its northerly along the Sea- 18 to its intersection with State (US 301)), continuing souther / County, Florida, and ex-officio lifeR and WS Status indicator estate to whom a copy of this the original with the Clerk of the

intersection with State Road board Coastline Railroad to its Raod 225, at Graham, thencerun along State Road 200 (US 3C ) Secretary of the Board of Notice of Administration has above-styled Court on o before
South along State Road 225 with Su County Brad- lam. R lamp indicates tap been mailed are required, April 18 1977
100 the said point of beginning intersection with Adkins Street, to its intersection e Commisso is in use and otherwise a
IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE thence run westerly along Ad- to its intersection with the Brad- Road 227, thence run waste.ly ford County, Floda, HERE- caee WS WITHIN THREE MONTHS Judgment may be entered
ford-Alachua county line (SantaFe and State Road BY CERTIFY, the prohibited. lamp FROM THE DATE OF THE for the
PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER kins Street to its intersectionWIth southerly along at indicates cassette is against you relief demanded -
tape
124, FLORIDA STATUTES, State Road 200 (Temple River), thence run southerly 227 to State Road 18, continuing and foregoing is a tr and is FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS in the Petition.
properly in place writing
County Commissioner District Avenue), thence run northerly and easterly along the Bradford- westerly and southerly ak ng correct copy of a resolution redefining enabled. NOTICE, to file any objections WITNESS my hand an the

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 Date recording technique.Dual they may have that challenge seal of Said Court on day

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, track recording one the validity of the decandentsWIl of March, 197.

Precincts as follows: State Road 16 ( Brownlee Putnam county line, thence run thence run South on State Road and the Election Precincts thereof track for track the qualifications GILBERT BROWN AS

Election Precinct No. 4 Street), thence run easterly East along the Putnam county 225 to its intersection with the numbered 1 through 15, of used u data.o personal representative, or the CLERK OF SAID COURT

LEGION HALL; Election Precinct along State Road 16 (Brownlee line to the Bradford-day county Bradford-Alachua county line the County of Bradford, State of valid clocking. one and venue or jurisdiction of the
assures recording
No. 5 PLEASANT Street) to its intersection with line, thence run North along the (Santa Fe River), thence run Florida, as adopted by the of data Data is NRZI court. FIRST PUBLICATION,

GROVE; election Precinct No 6 the Seaboard Coastline Railroad Bradford-day county line to its northeasterly along the Brad- Board of County Commissionersat encoded reading at 800 bits Inch. MARCH 17, 1977
per
intersection with the southern- ford-Alachua line (Santa its regular meeting duly ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS,
VANDERBILT ... the said county clad
; thence run northerly alongthe bit serial ((100
Encoding is
precincts being wholly confined Seaboard Coastline Railroadto most right-of-way of State Road Fe River) to its convergence with and held on Monday AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO 3/17/ 4tchg 4/7
characters inch) 8 bit
within the boundaries of County its intersection with a county 18, the said point of beginning. the Bradford-Union county line 1977, and appearing of re in USASC11 code per Interrecord in gap FILED WILL BE FOREVER

District No.2. IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE (New River), the said point of the minutes of said in BARRED.
Commissioner graded road known as Mark Lee is determined by the
PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER Minute Book No. 11 of the equipntto
and the boundaries for each are Starling Road, thence run beginning.IN which the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
124, FLORIDA STATUTES, Board of County Commissioners Date of first publication of
COMPLIANCE WITH THE
herewith separately described;: easterly along the Mark Lee faced BRADFORD COUNTY,
this Notice of
Ammistration
PRECINCT NO 4 County Commissioner District PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER :
ELECTION Starling Road to its intersectionwith
LEGION HALLCommencing: the Bradford.Clay county No 4 Hampton, is further 124, FLORIDA STATUTES, I FURTHER CERTIFY that ex- Variable Date recording technique. March 31, 1977 FLORIDACIVIL ACTION
record 1
at the intersection line to the southernmost right- sub-divided into three ((3)) County Commissioner District hibits I and II, as referred to in character length with HARRAL TOMLINSON As CASE NO.77.106
1 character
Election Precincts as follows: No. 6 Brooker is further sub- the resolution, have been premble, Personal Representative of the
,
of State Road 16 and State of-way of State Road 18, the m and 2 character CRC NOTICE OF SUIT
Road 229A thence run said point of beginning Election Precinct No. 10 divided into three ((3)) Election a part of the official reds ptame( check) Estate of JAMES SHEP. IN Ret' The' Marriage of RAYMOND -

southeasterly along State Road IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE THERESSA; Election Precinct Precincts as follows: the Board of County Commissioners cclic rendanc TOMLINSON, Deas. WADE HORN Hus-
maximum length is ?
No 11 HAMPTON; Election Election Precinct No. 13 rerd 2
16 to Farmers Market Road, PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER data characters File mark band,
Precinct No. 12 LINCOLN ROWELL Election Precinct No. WITNESS MY HAND AND ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL and
easterly along FLORIDA
thence run 124 STATUTES,
file locations
Farmers Market Road to State County Commissioner District CITY ... the said precincts being 14 SAMPSON; Election OFFICIAL SEAL at Starke, to Identify REPRESENTATIVE: Iven S. CHARYL LYNN HORN Wife
wholly confined within the Precinct No. 15 BROOKER Bradford Florida, this Operating speeds. Lamb, Jr 341 E. Forsyth Street,
Road 200 (Temple Avenue), No. 3 Blanding is further ; Read/write 10 inches TO: RAYMOND WADE HORN,
boundaries of County Commissioner the said 7th day of March, 1977. per Jacksonville, Florida 32202.
State being
thence run southerly along subdivided into three ((3)) precincts ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU
second. Search (forward reverse -
Road 200 (Temple Avenue) to Election Precincts as follows: District No. 4, and the wholly confined within the Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk of the to file mark) inches or Telephone: ((904)) 3.21. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED

State Road 16 (Brownlee Election Precinct No. 7 boundaries for each are herewith boundaries of County Com Circuit Cur and ex-officio second Rewind 3 inches that an action for Dissolution of
-
Street), thence run northwesterly RENO; Election Precinct No 8 separately described. missioner District No 5, and the Bard of County per second 6 3/31 2tchg 4/7 Marriage has been filed against

State Road 16 to the SEABOARD ELECTION PRECINCT NO 10 boundaries for each are herewith Commissioner Bradford per and
along ; Election Simultaneous multiple station IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR you you are required to
line of the SW of Precinct No 9 THERESSA: separately described: County, State of Florida of
North quarter KEYSTONE... All stations BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA serve a your written de
operation. may coy
SW quarter. Section 21, Town. the said precincts being wholly Commencing at the intersection ELECTION PRECINCT NO 13 3/17 4tchg 4/7 rewound simultaneously. b PROBATE DIVISION. fee any, to it on RICHARDE
Redo
ship 6 South, Range 22 East, confined within the boundariesof of State Road 100 and ROWELL; on any one station while File ( ) WELTY, Attorney fo Petitioner -

thence run West along the North County Commissioner District the county graded road knownas Commencing at the point of iN TH E CIRCUIT COURT FOR rewinding wte on any all of the remaining IN RE Numer7-124CPI26151: whose address is 114 N.

line of said quarter section, and No 3, and the boundaries for the Meng's Dairy Road, intersection of the Seaboard BRADFORD COUNTY, station. o HORNE, a/k/a JAMES W. Walnut Street, P.O. Box 995.

extension thereof to State Road each are herewith separately thence run southeasterly along Coastline Railroad and the West FLORIDACIVIL THE SAID BOARD OF CITY HORNE and J.W. HORNE, Starke, Florida, 32091. and file
thencerun State Road 100 to its inter- line of Range 21 East,thence run SA
229 (Brownlee Road) described: ACTION COMMISSIONERS RESERVESTHE Deceased the original with the Clerk of the

northwesterly along State ELECTION! PRECINCT NO 7 section with State Road 18, northeasterly along the Sea- CASE NO.77-95 RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR NOTICE OF above.styled Court on o before

Road 229 to its intersection with RENO. thence run easterly and board Coastline Railroad to its IN RE: The Marriage of JAMES REJECT ANY OR ALL BIDS. ADMINISTRATIONTO April 18, 1977, otherwise a

State Road 229A, thence run Commencing at the point of southerly, following the intersection with Epperson HENRY DEAN, Husbandand CITY COMMISSIONERS OF ALL PERSONS HAVING Judgment may be entered

north and easterly along State intersection of the county southernmost nght-of-way of Road, thence run North along THE CITY OF STARKE, CLAIMS OR DEMANDS against you for the relief demanded -
Road 229A to its intersectionWIth State Road 18, to its intersectionwith Epperson Road to its Inter- LULA MAE Wife.
graded road known as the Mark DEN FLORIDABY AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE in the Petition.. ,
State Road 16 the said Lee Starting Road and the the Bradford-day county section with Francis Street, NOTICE OF : Merrill Edwards City Clerk AND ALL OTHER PERSONS WITNESS my hand an seal

point of begInnIng. Seaboard Coastline Railroad, line, thence run South along the thence run westerly along TO: LULA MAE DEAN INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: of said Court on the day of

ELECTION PRECINCT NO.5.. thence run southerly along Bradford-day county line to the Francis Street to its intersectionwith 1372 WASHINGTON AVENUE 3/31 YOU ARE HERBY NOTIFIED that March 1977

PLEASANT GROVECommencing : the Seaboard Coastline Railroadto Putnam county line, thence run Pratt Street, thence run APARTMENT 16A 3/242cg the administration of the estate of FIRST PUBLICATION:
intersection with State West along the Putnam county northerly and east along Pratt BRONX NEW YORK 11213
its
at the intersec- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT JAMES W. HORNE, MARCH 17, 197
tion of State Road 225 and State Road 16 (Brownlee Street!), line to the BradfordAlachuacounty Street to its intersection with YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF. File Number 77.124.CPU deeas, is GILBERT S, BROWN, AS

Road 100, thence run southeas- thence run easterly along State line, thence run northerlyand Orange Street, thence run an action for dissolution of FLORIDA IN AND FOR pending in the Circuit Court for CLERK OF SAID COURTBy

terly along State Road 100 to its Road 16 (Brownlee Street) to its westerly along the Bradford- South on Orange Street to its in- marriage has been filed against BRADFORD Bradford County, Florida, Probate

intersection with Pratt Street, intersection with the Bradford-- Alachua county line to its intersection tersection with Call Street, you and you are required to CON Division, the address of which is : Marian McRae, Deputy

thence run North and East on Clay county line, thence run with the West line of thence run easterly on Call serve a coy of your written defenses CASE No. 77.89 GILBERT, BROWN Clerk of the Clerk

Pratt Street to its Intersectionwith North along the Bradford-day Section 22, Township 8 South,' Street to its intersection with any, to It on RICHARDE MORTGAGEFORECLOSURE Circuit Court, Drawer B, Starke

Orange Street, thence run county line to its intersectionwith Range 22 East, thence run North Walnut Street, thence run WELTY, Attorney for Florida, 32091 The personal NOTICE OF INTENTION TO

South along Orange Street to i itv the Mark Lee Starling along said section line, and ex- southerly on Walnut Street to its Petitioner, whose address is 114N FARMERS. AND DEALERS representative of the estate is REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME

intersection with Call Street, Road, thence run westerly along tension thereof, to State Road intersection with State Road 200 Walnut Street, P,O. Box 995, BANK, A banking corporation, WILLIAM M. HORNE, whose Pursuant to Section 865.09

thence run easterly' along Call the Mark Lee Starling Road to its 18, thence run westerly\ along (US 301)), thence run southerly Starke, Florida, 32091, and file Plaintiff address is Drawer I, Hampton Florida Statutes, notice is here

Street to Bessant Road thencerun intersection with the Seaboard State Road 18 to its intersectionwith on State Road 200 (US 301)) to the original with the Clerk of the -v Florida, The name and by given that the undersignedDouglas

East along Bessant Road to Coastline Railroad the said the county graded road its Intersection with State Road above-styled Court on o before DONEL STOKES, single address 30.personal represent- and Brenda Fertig Rt.

the East boundary of the City of point of beginning. beginning in Section 28, Town- 227, thence run southwesterlyalong \ April 18, 1977, otherwise a Defendant. tive's attorney are set forth below 1, Box 12, Starke, Florida,

Starke, thence run North along ELECTION PRECINCT NO 8 ship 7 South, Range 22 East, State Road 227 to Its Judgment may be entered NOTICE OF SUIT All persons having claims or 31, doing business und the

the East boundary of the City of SEABOARD: thence run northerly along said intersection with State Road 18, against you for the relief PROPERTYTO demands against the estate are fim name of "D & B

Starke to its intersection with Commencing at the Intersec- graded road to its intersectionwith continuing on State Road 18 to demanded in the Petition. : DONEL STOKES, address WITHIN THREE FARM SUPPLIES," 1006 South

Alligator Canal, thence follow tion of State Road 16 (Brownlee the Meng's Dairy Road, its intersection with the West WITNESS my hand and the unknown required MONTHS FROM Water Street, Starke: Bradford

the westerly course of Alligator Street) and the Seaboard Coast- thence run East along theMeng's line of Range 21 East, thence run Seal of said Court on the 10 day YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat THE DATE OF THE FIRST Cunt Florida, 32091, intend

Canal to the northeast corner of line Railroad, thence run easterly Dairy Road to its inter North along the West line of of March, 1977. an action to foreclose the PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to-register said fictitious name

Lot Nine ((9)) Blanding SubDivision along State Road 16 to the section with State Road 100, the Range 21 East to its intersectionwith GILBERT S. BROWN AS following in BradfordCounty to file with the clerk of the above under the provisions of aforesaid

thence run westerly Bradford Clay county line, said point of beginning. the Seaboard Coastline CLERK OF SAID COURT pro: court a written statement of statute.

along the north line of Lot Nine thence run South along the ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 11 Railroad, the said point of By: Beulah M. Moody Deputy Lots Three ((3)) and Four ((4)), claim or demand they may have.any Douglas and Brenda Fertig

((9)) Blanding Sub-Division to the Bradford.Day county line to its HAMPTON: beginning. Clerk Block Eight ((8)) CORLLOTTA, Each claim must in and joint owners
intersection of Jackson with State Road Commencing at the point of ELECTION PRECINCT NO 14 FIRST PUBLICATION March b writing 31st
and St. intersection UNIT according to re- indicate basis for the Date this day of March,
intersection of the West line of ONE p mst
Clair Streets, continuing wes 230 thence run westerly along SAMPSON: 17, 1977 Pat Book 3, 14, claim, the name and address of the AD. at Starke Florida.
terly along Jackson Street to the State Road 230 to the easterly Section 22, Township 8 South, Commencing at the point of of the public of Bradford
his
creditor
Seaboard Coastline Railroad, boundary of the City of Starke, Range 22 East, and the Brad- intersection of the Seaboard 3/17 4tchg 4/7 County, Flid record and the or amount agent or attorney If the, 3/31/ 4tpd 4/21

thence run northly along the thence run North along the ford-Alachua county line, Coastline Railroad and the West -has against you clau1.
claim is not yet due, whenit
Seaboard Coastline Railroad to easterly boundary of the City of tion thence run North along said sec line of Range 21 East, thence run NOTICE OF INTENTION TO DONEL STOKES and you are will become due shall be stated NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
line
its intersection with Adkins Starke to its intersection with and extension thereof northeasterly along the Sea-
of
required to serve a
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME copy your
If the claim is or unliqui(
State contigent REGISTER FICTrrOUS
to Road 18 thence NAME
Street thence Alligator Canal, thence follow runwest8l'1y board Coastline Railroad its
run westerly to Pursuant to Section 86609 written defenses, if any to it, on dated, the nature of the uncertainty -
State
along Road 18
along Adkins Street to its inter. the westerly course of Alligator to intersection with EppersonRoad
its intersection with the fr Statutes, notice is here the painti's attorney, w shall b stated the claim is Pursuant to Section 865.09
section with State Road 200 Canal to the southeast corner of county thence run North on that the is George I

(Temple Avenue), thence run Lot Eight ((8)) Blanding SubDivision graded road beginning in Epperson Road to its inter b g and Augustine undersigned Mixon, nm Pierce, L"q are, Attorney at Law, sure The security shl shall be Fri Statutes, notice is here
Section 28, Township 7 South by given that the
northerly' along State Road 200 thence run westerly section with Francis Street .unlgn
888 West Madison Street, P.O, Drawer 1030, Starke, sufficient of the
(Temple Avenue) to its intersection along the South line of Lot Eight Range 22 East, thence run thence run westerly along Starke Florida, 32091, doing Florida, 31, and file the diver to the clerk copies to enable the George Lawrence and Manning,

with State Road 16 ((8)) Blanding Sub-Division to the northerly along said graded roadto Francis Street to its intersectionwith under the firm of original the clerk of the Boulevard Keto
business name clerk to mail to each
(Brownlee Street), thence run intersection of Jackson and St. its intersection with Meng's Pratt Street, thence run "MIXON APPLIANCE above styled court on o copy Heights Florida, 36 doing

northwesterly along State Road Clair Streets, continuing Dairy Road, thence run westerly \west and south on Pratt Streetto REPAIR," 888 West Madison April 18, 1977.: o bore personal All representative interested the business under the nme of"
in
16 to the North line of the SW westerly on Jackson Street to along Meng's Dairy Road to its State Road 100 (Madison judgement persons "WHITE AUTO STORE,

quarter of SW quarter Section the Seaboard Coastline Rail- intersection with State Road Street), thence run northwesterly Street Starke; Bradford may for b ete estate to whom a copy of this Lawrence Boulevard Keystone

21. Township 6 South, Range 22 road, thence run northerly along 221, thence run northwesterlyalong along State Road 100 to its County Florida, 32091, Intend against manded y the th complaint d or Nice of Administration has WITHIN been Heights, Clay Count Florida,

East, thence run West along the the Seaboard Coastline Railroadto State Road 221 to its in- intersection with the West line to register said ficrtious nm petition. mil are reqire 32656, intend register saidfictitious

North line of said quarter sec. its intersection with Adkins tersection with State Road 200 of Range 21 East, thence run under the provisions of aforesaid WITNESS my hand and theseal DATE OF THE FIRSTPUBLICATION THE name under the

tion, and extension thereof, to Street, thence run westerly (US 301)), thence run northerly South along the West line of statute. I of said Court on March 11, OF THIS NOTICE provisions of aforesaid statute.
State Road 229 (Brownlee along Adkins Street to its Intersection along State Road 200 (US 301)to ) Range 21 East to its intersectionwith Thomas and Augustine 1977. George and Elizabeth

Road). thence run northwesterly with State Road 200 its intersection with State the Seaboard Coastline Mxon, Joint owners. Gilbert S. Brown Clerk of to file an objections they may Manning joint owners

: along State Road 229 (Brownlee (Temple Avenue), thence run ? Road 227, thence run westerly Railroad, the said point of Date this 17th day of March, Court A have challenge the validlt of Dated this 31st day of Mc

t Road) to its intersection with northerly along State Road 200 and southerly along State Road beginning. A.D. at Stark Florida. Sid the decedent's of wIl, A D. 1977 at Starka, .

p r State Road 225 (Bayfesa High (Temple Avenue) to its intersection 227 to State Road 18, continuing ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 15 3/17 4tchg 4/7 qualifications pra

way), thence run southerly with State Road 16 westerly on State Road 18 to its BROOKER: 3/1 4tpd 4/7 representative, or the veue 3/31/ 4tchg 4/21

along State Road 225 (Bayless (Brownlee Street), thence run intersection with State Road Commencing at the point of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR jurisdiction of the court AND

k Highway) to its intersection with i I easterly along ami! State Road 225 at Graham thence run convergence of the Bradford- NOTICE Of INTENTION TO BRADFORD COUNTY. ALL CLAIMS, DEMNDS.FILED NOTICEAs

State Road 100, said point of Brownlee( Street) to the Seaboard South on State Road 225 to its Union county line (New River I REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION OBJECTIONS BARRED. of March 25

beginning I Coastline Railroad, the intersection with the Bradford- and the Bradford-Alachua NICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, File Number 2609 WILL BE FOREVER 'Ix* 1977,1 I will not
of responsible
Data of the first publication for
ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 6 Bid point of beginning. Alachua county line (Santa Fe county line (Santa F. RIver), Tat unin under the this Notice of Administration: 'ncurred by GERALDINE any debts
VANDERBILT I ELECTION, PRECINCT NO.9 River), thence run southerly and thane run northeasterly along Stion 8.0 IN RE: Estate of JAMES SHEPTOMLINSON. GRIFFIS.
March 31 1977. W.
easterly along the Bradford- the Bradford-Union Florida Deceased SIge Ail Griffis
t CEYSTONE
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Brooker Resident

On Dean's ListA


total of 282 students were

named to the Dean's List at I

Abraham Baldwin

Agricultural College in Tlfton

last quarter. Included on the

Dean's List is Zedra

Hamilton, daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Thomas B. Hamilton -

of Brooker.To -- -

earn this distinction, a 4 BEDROOM HOME on 3 BILL'S SAW SHOP complete SILVER PLATE, picture. eJ
student must make a 3.30 or .. with 2 rental mobile sharpenIng ....Ic., pleaafe, ladies clothing (all TOP SOIL FILL DIRT tI

better grade point average hornet all lor I35.0OO circular band carbide, slxea). Come pee everything. daya per week; dozer work FAULKNERE Ralph Bryan :.r t""!" v I..:

while completing at least IS Some owner financing.,. chain, mower blade hollow Starts 10 ..m. Friday 602 and dragline work. Phone

hours. A perfect "A" average Phone 964-8253 niter 4 p.", ground and bnlnnced. Leave Lafayette. Itpd 3/31 468-1873 Star Route Real Estate ttwHlcjarI

would be 4.00.Heartiest 2/3 TFChgNEARLY at Jackson Building Supply, Hampton STEPHEN m A hi i; J

--- ---- SMITH. _LANDFILL.: CMC. 22 SR 16 West
congratulation for Stark. or Keyatone Helghta. acres -
this achievement! TF ICh, L High and dry with b.auU- '_ : (;REALTY
126 Water St.Stark..Flnrlda.
BROILER HOUSE with 8 m ful treea [no cpr..I.) See

NEW DUPLEX HOME REPAIRS any ton tankheavy duty Bramco J. thla one to believe It. ,J .9
Bake Sale Saturday 65' X 28' brick, centralair type remodeling roof. new feeder brooders, waterers, EISCELLANEOUSSARAH 964-5065 priced to sell at '"-9" (

,carpet, range and refrig ndditlona. concrete work. or etc.. for 10,000 blrda. y In.000. 1
-- --
Brooker Baptist Church .r.tor.loc.tad 639 Epperaoa painting. Free estimates, Contains 8,000 board ft. RESIDENTIALSPECIALIII - -

W.M.U. will be having a bake Street. Lot 93' X 185', phono 9646127. 11/18 lumber, fiberglaaa curtain COVENTRY JEW. 2 bedroom 1 Silver Sands Lake 3 BR

sale Saturday April 2, in frontof 132,500.phone o 64-7574. 2/3 TF/Chg wiring galvanized and pipe roll, electric roof. 3 ELRY sales. opportunity. bath frame house on 1 lake furnished house oa lovely Cecelia Terwillegar

Green's Grocery. All pro TF/Chg Phone Erma Johns, 964-5483 ..r.. Priced right. lot with adjoining;
months to remove. Price
available
ceeds from this sale will go to MOBILE HOME MOVING *560.00. Phone 964.6350 or AnoetU Beaelie, 372- - acreage I28.0OO. PREFERRED PROPERTIES
- -
also mobile home hurricane 4444. 12/2 TF/Chg 3 1 bath blockhouse
the Home Mission bedroom
Program. m FOR RENT J and mobile after 7 p.m. Itpd 3/31 Nice 3 BR, heat and air InHampton.J3 Spacious, well kept older home on Madison; large
anchoring nice lot. Excellent
Come out and on
support a good
,OO. lot with house.
borne root OUn'aMobile landscaped storage
coating. WILL PAY up to $50 cash, condition.
cause! --- -- ---- -
Home Service. Phone lor old c.... Thornton'n Sal - Acreage, Lake Genevn -----

FOR RENT 40x60 block 964-5606. Highway 100W., TAKE UP PAYMENTS- vage. Phone 9646243. 1/20 3 BR 1 1/2 B mobile homeon area. Mobil. Homes or Attractive apartment house next to Garden Res.

b..ndla.U'celling. Ideal for Siarke.TF/c_ !! __ Singer automatic sewing TF/Chg 1/2 ncre. $9,000( furDinned. bou.... Owner financed taurant. Eight modern units with ample parkingarea.

Recycling Unit Due moat any business, Stark.ares. machine, latest model does - Excellent investment.
VACUUM CLEANER RE.
NEED HOME IMPROVE- - -
S250 per month. Phone everything push button -----
I mobile home lot
964..' 606. TF/Chg PAIRS all makes all nutomntlcally. blue MENTS OR REPAIRS FARMS AND ACREAGEWe High acre and dry. $2,500. If It' Hampton Lake you want... we have the most
Here 4 Times modela. Starke Sewing Center have 2 1/2 to 5
sacrifice. Balance f2H3.15 or DONE lor fireplaces, remodeled acre desirable
properties.
215 Kant Call Street need someone In Bradford kitchens, bathe, tract.. Good location. Very - -
OLIN'S SUBDIVISION 21 ncrea 1420 feet 01! -----
phone 9644312. 3/24
4tpd low down
Local residents will be ableto 1/2 .c... lots,$30 per month 4/14 12.85 County month area to take up. ndditlona carports garagea phone or Marcus enclosed -payment.- good high land on paved In the country on paved road: 12 acres with CB

turn in collected aluminumfour wstsrud aewage furnished 964.7081.payments.Phone Itpd 3/31 Griffla, 4732108.AUTOMOBILES 27 acres ol wooded land road oaka and plnea home with 3 BR 2 baths family room, LR, DR

times during April at For Information phone Mark TF/Chg with aeveral pecan tr.... 138900. owner financing double garage screened back porch and CH-A.
BABYSITTING in home.
Olin OUn'a Mobile Home my WATERFRONT - -
Bradford Square. Service, Highway 100 Welt, U.,. only Infanta -- ------ 3 BR block house, built to -----
Nice lot
The on good tinning If fuel-conscious have a brick home
Reynolds mobile preferred. Phone 9647149. FHA standards, 2 you are we
Stnrke. No pets pie.... lake. S9.500 with terma.WE acrea
aluminum recycling unit will Phono 9645606. 1/13 3/31 2tpd 47BRADFORD qUARTERHORSEAUHA. 124.400.12x65 convenient to churches and stores that is completeand
NEED HOMES TO
each Gentle, bay stallion FOR SALEVOLKSWAGEN modern in detail including four bed.
stop Tuesday from 9:30: TF/Ch. SELL!!! - every
a.m. to 11 a.m. and will pay 17 --- ----- -- -- ---- lor pleasure or ahow. Before - mobile home Immaculate rooms and priced right!
5:30, phone 964-7064; after 6 central heat and
cents a pound for aluminum EFFICIENCIES Paul II.Faulkner -----
SEPTIC ,m., 782 3050. 3/31 TF/chg
1970.
p air washer
and
beverage cans and other clean 30/week; MOTEL ROOMS TANK SERVICE dirk blue. S300. Phone 473- Realtor high dry one dryer lot. on We have beautiful homes in Connerly Estates. You
household aluminum S25/week. Furnished - acre have to see to and truly appreciate.
items compare
residential pump-out., 140. - ------ 4435. (keep trying phone) 16700.
such as pie pans foil frozen utilities Included clean and rut aervlce guaranteed.Phone llpd 3/31 Associates -----

food and dinner trays and dip. quiet. Statute Motel. 301, 3mil. 964-8121. 3/10 4tpd DINING TABLE 50x36 Irene L.Faulknereel. 1 to 137 ncrea off SR 100 Needed: Homes in good repair for $25,000.
.. north ol Stnrke. 3/24 H43
pudding and meat containers. 3/31 with six matching chalra. -- - --- south from $11,100/acre -----
Certain types of other clean 2tchl_331LARGE 1100. See at 1320 Blanding Susan M.. B.kk.a Owner financing. POTPOURRIGreen
Sff 6173
St., Helghta. 1964 FALCON -
Saratoga Itpd 2 door -
all-aluminum
may be APARTMENT STANLEY HOME PRO. Acres beauty.
up- 3/31 hard 6
redeemed at a slightly lower ataira, with central heat and DUCTS buy or aell. .top.1525. Phone cylinder.961 Extraclrnn. .5047. 5 Lnwtey to 220 from acres north 01 Demorest home near Starke Plaza.

price. air. Downtown. Phone 964- Phone Barbara Daniela, 473- - ----- Itpd 3/31 FOR SAlE: Tapes, 3M 1/2 Owner 11,300/acre. Handyman special: Green property on Call St.
.
Reynold's reminds every. 7271.. :_ .3/24 2tchg? 3/31 3758. 3/17 I2tpd 6/2 Inch and 3/4 Inch wide -financing.Beautiful - Pecan grove with 10 acres plus cozy home.
that t GERMAN Sllt.PIIF.nl- magic tape. Aim Masking Small, frame home in
one summer picnics, - --- restricted build Hampton.
beach parties and backyard MOBILES HOMES In BULLDOZER WORK male, 18 moa. old good Tape, 3/4 inch 1 inch, I 112 log lots near Country Club Cecelia/ T.
barbecues are good city on 301 eouth. 1 bedroom land clearing, road building watchdog. 125. Phone 961- 1965 PANEL: TRICK Inch and 2 Inch tape. All nt from 15500. Owner Terwillegar

tunities to start collecting oppor.alu. Mil, I10/month| 2 bedroom alto preparation. Phone Edward 8806.) Itchg 331A1.UMINIJM Good condition. Has 1970 The Office Shop. phone financing.WE m 206 West Madison Avenue

minum cans and foil for Mil 125/monlh.' Middle Dada, Glen St. Mary, motor) good tires, (42500 9645764.' - Starke. Florida
Jo.Lu --- -----
ego couple preferred. 1.259.3569.3/10 5tpd 4/7 -- -- Phone 964 7761. Itpd 3/31 --
recycling. HAVE OTHERS! OFFICE PHONE 964.7776
Court... :..:- 3/24. TF/Chg.!! ?; '
SEWING MACHINES JOHN- --- ---- PHONE RALPH BRYAN HOME PHONE 964.5145

TWO FURNISHED APARTMENTS repaired nil mnkea BOAT 14 ft. with 7 liP Realtor

one and cleaned oiled and adjuated outboardgaa tank, fitting, 7 964.8788

two bedroom. Phone 964- S7. Work guaranteed James It. oars, and life jacketa. Floriland RealtyNew Day,Night,

CLASSIFIED AD 80Thipd3/24 Strickland corner Morgan S375. Phone 9647509. Itchg W..keadA"oc"t.
Road and Highway 16. 3/10 3/31 on Market Lillian C. Pearson BRASINGTON THOMAS
.. Cadillac Oldsmobile ,
RATESDeadline UNFURNISHED DUPLEX Tl/Chg _ __ - --- Neat 3 BR concrete block Real Estate Art Palray I III
two bedroom.. carpet fenced backyard In quiet 473.2039 Sales & Service!

for insertion atove and refrigerator air ALCOHOLICS ANONY. 40 ACRES FOR $9.750! neighborhood. Fine Selection Of Used REALTY

Tuesday noon preceding conditioned. $130/mooth. MOUS successful living Beautiful Colorado high - STARKE U Wayne Douglas CarsTakenOn .
Thursday before publi Phone 964-8082 after 6 p.m. lor people who want to mountain valley. 6 icrea and trailer, many Neat nnd comforatble 2 BR :! 964-6991 Cadillac Trades 621 North Walnut St.
3/31 STOP drinking and STAYstopped. frame home In walking die
llpd pecan trees.I Starke,f I lorlda 32091
cation. Undeveloped farm land. .
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'tAL'';;;) 964"593MOBILE 2001 N.W. 13 378-5301
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Meeting Tburadayand Beat hunting & fishing area. - lanes to town. Central air 9646162formerly

Minimum charge$2.00 -- - - Sunday 8 p.m. Phone $95 down $95 monthly 6 "'. acre Hampton Oaka. large storage/utility GAINESVILLE ( A.Thomas
964-5709 or 9645434. 114 Interest Owner N06.376Si'.ll 10 acres Union County, 113.500. TF/Chjr. Real E.tatel
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Each word over 15 utllltien Included totally 3/31 ....'- 2 BR aluminum aiding
10 cents lural.h ed. Weekly or V I lulling Time home with separate garage HOME 3 bedroom frame house in
-- -- -- -
monthly ratea. Temple Has Arrived on paved road $15.000 Brooker, on 4 lots, paved
k
All classified ads! Motel 880 N. Temple. MOTORCYCLES U SHEPHERD Bait and tackle shop. In - PARKInside LO GCIIA.'W Htreet.

must be paid for in advance Siarke. Phone 964.7357. 3/31 Puppiea. Also GAME good location. 29 percent 2 refrigerator BR frame with and carport City Limit. Home and Building 3 bedroom;; frame- houne
atove
4/7 would hold
2tpd down owner
have ROOSTERS. Phone 782- Walk to
unless Bradford SquareOr
you Just out of city limits. Materials between Kaitord and LakeButler
an established! account SUZLKI; OF STARKE 3822 awtey. Itpd 3/31 mortgage. 115,000. Downtown on one acre.
- - - -
with The Telegraph. In your authorlaed Suxukl -WE BUlLD- .
Vernie P. Odom - -
that event! (1 extra 2 EFFICIENCY ROOMS dealer. Phone 964-6020.1640 - - Registered Real 8.7 acres Highway' 100.S nt10O 130 Per Month "Your Plans Or Ours F.nelano Thomas.

charge for billing. Not with Air conditioning *30 South .Walnut '[1301 .outh In 1971 CAB_ OVER CAMPER: Estate Broker .A, 15500. All city Conveniencea Your Lot Or Ours" Keg.Real Estate Broker
Slirli_ I hrI
___ TF/ Fire,Police Protection
loder- n. -- - 533
responsible for errors! per week. Come to ----D good condition. Also, 1973 "0"-' HNI FREE ESTIMATES -3110
when given over the wood Motel 4 miles North of fifth wheel WIN NLBAGO In 964.5476 10 acres lacing SR 230 and City G...Water and

phone or when copy is Starke. US 301. Also excellent condition. Phone Pearl AndrewaAiociat Wilson Road 22000. Sewer Remodeling Repairs ASSOCIATES.Judith : :
lor ..I.. 4 7 - Jo-Lu Motel Flynn
Electric Range Itpd Additions
not typed! and brought to 3/31 HELP WANTED .! !:- .! 21 5 1/2 acres facing two Y64-//3//4

the office! 964-8810 Homes Bought _
DOCS FOR SALE graded roads divided by
creek 19.< - - SMALL TOWN HOSPITAL PFK1NESE 3 year old ...Ithp.p"ro. F.pps6t
- >ltl
.
Full Blood GERMAN
with 25 bed. needs RN' ..adLPN' 36.35 US
LARGE APARTMENT aerea, 301 north
SHrPllrRD.: withoutpapera.
for 3 11 ACREAGE FOR
and 11-7
m.
p
DownHtalre. Adulta $56300. Steve Simmons
only no Phone 964-5409 3/24
Phone 964-6352. 3/31 p.m.ahlft.Need one 7-3 p.m. - .HICK'S SALE 964-5/11/1
HOMES FOR SALE pets. medical nurse WIU pay 10 2uhg3/3I! !!_ LAWTEY

Tl/chg percent above b... pay lor Small 5 room frame houseon 964-6853 Arthur Bruno
311 p.m. and 11.7 CHICKEN FERTILIZER I GEORGE ROBERTSMSUIMCt ff'lrrOODLEGROOMING South .
--- - p.m. r I.4 ncre lenced pasture, Highivay 4t>X 1571PAINTING
$5
Phone load. Availableweekends
MOBILE HOME three collect 496- pick-up I ,.... kKU $12,000. Starke
2323. Leave and after
number for R. 5pm. *
.
bedroom., la Rood condition.Priced FURNISIIF.1)APARTMENT IIUTI - -
low lor quick ..I.. Three Byare, Director ol .N..r.... during week. Phone 468. I
Phone 7823416. llpd 3/31 large roome. Gae, lights and 2/24 7tchg 4/7 3/24 1707.2tchg Henry 3/31 Leper Rd. 18. '- to barbershop, 15000. Call For AppointmentDrop

water lurnlahed. Privnte _
--- - -- entrance. Reasonable. 5 acres SR 225E $7,500. Off On Way To AND PAPERHANGING

Inquire at 603 E. Washington FOR SALE Diamond - -
I
WANTEDWANTED work & Pick On
3 BEDROOM HOME Starke. 3/31 TF Ichg needles for any stereo over 10 acres, 12500. Up Way

frame,with pump and range. 247 different onea, we have, 20 acres, 2 MH hook-ups, Horre Ballard Sons Inc.

Just outilde city Umlu. --- --- ---- them all. Dahmer'a Din-, 3 BR, LII. DR. Lg hog barn with electricity, ,
Phone 964-5484 or 9644363. U..d refrigeratora count. TF/Chg water and concrete slab lor 964-78373 Je
Family Room Fireplace on 3 5
3/31 Stehg ../14 KINGSLEY LAKE waahera, and I 20 acres with baA, farrowing pig., 30000. Residential Commercial Industrial

APARTMENTFurnlahed. atovea In good condition. SPEED EQUIPMENT; FOR Graham terma.Country (or 30 acres for $42,500))
-- - -- -- duplex tear Phone Oahmer'a Discount - -
SALE 10 percent above - InsuredWorkmanship
around. Contact 119 N. 9647923. TFChgRESIDENTIAL __ 2 19.8 acres with nice 3 BR
coat. Olln'a Mobile Home Club Estates CIi
MOBILE HOME two Walnut St.. Starke. 3/31 Service. Highway 100W., lots very reasonable.New frame home, $50,000.

bedroom. 2 bathe carpet, TF/chg SITE for Siarke. Phone 961-5606.' - - Guaranteed

bar turnlihed or untur- swimming pool Leading distributor TFChgWATSON'S. block home In town 3 29 acres on US 301, KpgMeredKeal! I
nl.hed. Phone 964.8224.llchg ---- ------ wanta a nice backyard $33.500.
BR, 2 B, LR. C/H&A Estate Broker
3/31 to display new 1977 - Gainesville 904/376-1137 3 31 4 7
HOUSE OF Urge garage, quite area,
MOBILE HOME LOTS model of above ground pool VACUUMS lot.Several Beautiful farm 51.8 acres
brands corner
Ib05- Large iota, 4 milea West ol top consideration given for nf many on 301. Brick home with 2fireplace. Fred Sackett
MOBILE HOME new vacuums. Uaed - -
turnlahed. Phone Starke, SR 16. bQhooly prime locations. Phone machines available. commercial lots on 3 BR, 2 bathe, Broker

completely after 6pm. 17218804. Trailer Park. Phone 964- collect |1901l| 398.5874 d.,. or ., all makes Parta E"pertrep.Ir. and 301. H&A? barn, fenced U.S. 301lIampton. BOOTS CARRADINE
5113. 3/31 Itpd ...nID p.1/21TF/Chj planted pasture, $195,400.ASSOCIATES Florida
accessories for nil - -
3E:!..!! L3/31 vacuums.
Built-in central vacuum 3 BR 1 bath, block coo..truetloa.
with three ---------- WANTED: Small acreage In .,.hm.. 404 NW 10th LR, Family Lola Zlpperer 964-7154 or Phone 468-1753/ JUSTIN-WRANGLER \
FRAME HOME Starke, Lawtey area. West Avenue Gainesville. Phone Room la town. 82-3397..
bedroome. 1 bath peael.dtllr.ho.t. THREE BEDROOM Home 01 301. Will pay cash. Phone 3767110.
TF/Ch - Lillian
CH/A new on Klngaley Lake. 964-5533. 3/31 4tpd 4/21 : .. !! __ 9 acres- pasture land REALTOR Penraon TK-Chg Beat selectionBelts Size 18 to 56 I

range. Inside/outside utility 1150/week during aumoer. reasonably priced just off Beat p rlc...
roome. 3 w/w cedar cloaeta. Phone 964-6788. Itpd 3/31 -- ---- --- USED FURNITURE for -----------, Indian. Moccaalna.CARRADINE'S .
j
Low equity and .....m. ale.. Phone 964-6937. Itchg SR It, N." ol town. Lnwtey, Florida fl:
3/24 - 7823806House Well 1.t
123.500. ----- -- Drilling
FHA payment.)
Located on corner lot on I FOR SALE i Very nice large framehoueeon LEATHER SHOP /
SWIMMING corner lot In town
POOLS
Pratt Street. Phone 9646M6.3242tchfJ31 2 BR MOBILE HOME In 2" thru 6" U.S. 301
deluxe 2 bathe C/HAA
Air conditioned. above ground 3 BR BeforeYou I mile aouth ol Lawtey
.:_ !_ country. aluminum and ateel "," 01. Urge gsrsge.IS 782 _
964-5261.* Fast
IIpd
$90. Phone Rotary
14 FT. Boat A 18 hp motor
|3t| repossessed by bank, - -
MOBILE HOME WITH 2 3/31 and tr.llerI1750. Phone 964- will\ sacrifice Phone collect .20 acre trncta high land Buy A Drilling Equipment}

ACRES double wid. 6809. llpd 3/31 [19041-398.5103) d.,. er oa paved road Grahamarea. 3400PUBLIC -

14.60, 4 lI.d,...., 2 bathe evenlnga. 3/3 TF/Cbg Terma. Mobile ,,STATE LICENSED
CH/A.I. Lawtey SR 225. PERSONAL --- --- --- - -

juat ell U.S. 301. S17.000. SERVICES 13.cr.. homoeltaa 2

Cenuet M.M. Jordan phone RIDING HORSE SWIMMING POOL SACRI- milea N.W. of Starke. Home Pumps

782J220.3/24Tr/Cli. :: :_ !|_ Fxcellent with children. FICE leading distributor - RUCTION
HENLEY ELECTRIC $100. Phone 964-5047. Itpd has deluxe aluminum Frame house la town, 2

FOR SALE OR RENT COMPANY ....Id.aU.I.e..m.rel.I. 3/31 left over from 1978 season pools, bedroom LR. kitchen FR. See New & UsedJalesPartsService

12a(5 mobile home. Aaaume Indnatrlal. 1/2 price, guaranteed 5$. Very reasonable ''e
or 431.1200, Ralford. or --- ---- --- -
S101J5/month payments Phone 3/31 stallallon and terma. Phone John a:: April 9th At 10:00: A.M.
1125/menth. Phone 9 '". 3/10 4tpd Frame house la tow, 3
rent for :!:!!!! POMERANIANS collect |19041| 3844136. TF. I
9645601. Hpd bedroom 2 bath, living
964-6274
er /Chg E-Z TermsPlumbing .
,
3/24 LICENSED ELECTRICIAN Champion blood line room, 2 car carport 473 3775 I
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residential. commercial. beautiful coats; wormed all COUCH AND CHAIR SALE etorofa area, Walaut I

BRICK HOME for anle by All work .......t..d. Free ahotai AKC' rel.tn.d..doroble" ,. $169.93 up. Dahmer'e Street. I Equipment

wneri, Ceoerlr E.t.'... ....t... Phone 964-7741 facee. 904-469- Discount. 2/3 TF/Chg - I I .
JOO .".... leett nil large Starke. Itcha' 3/a.V 4436, Crescent City. Itpd 3 BR I bath CB home withlarge Cleaning *

.....1 LR. DR. kltehe.. 4 3/31 ALUMINUM WINDOWS: FR m town. Very New Installation I r

BR. S tile batbn fully carpeted ; WORK Single hung and nwnlnga. 36 nice. SpecialAny J Fixtures
d".11 CARPENTRY ---------- - .
i CH/A. p. ed Havenlerencee. 2 8 $8.50i 30 x 27 Remodeling .
Single Story
sad repalre. I V
ncre .." I ysars .Id.' C..' Minting $11.50i 18x52 $15.50146 2 BR I bath frame IB town. 'I
964-0084.
Phone House $29.95TwoStory
tad Doughs Nicbele.. ..... ANTIQUE PIANO x 52 - I Repairs
127.00 MANY
964158. 3/21 TF/Ct. .... 1/24 TF/Ctj_ Lovely oak finish matching OTHER SIZES. Mobile home with Urge House ,_ I
stool, excellent condition. BARGAIN addition on I.8 acres off 39.95! to 69.9S
'
DO YOU NEED ...Ue Must ... to appreciate. Mra.BulUngton CENTER. 301 South tlnchg 301 South. Owner finan None Higher 'I Duppanc.* Stock
OLD HOUSE WITH 8 --- ------- ,
mataulng ., 964-6250. Itch, dn .
lash pumping Mobile Homes 19.95
ACRES. OH US Ml aortb.Ph.
'-F
line Renaennble. 3/31 FOR SALE mobile home -'- 'UMPS & SUPPLY
drain This Is a and I
.... ....7..3. 3/24 41 pd pressure
Phone 4311202 niter 2.30ejs. part. nnd supplies. OLIN'S 3 BR, I bath CB home chemical cleaning I
111NEW__ TF/Chg_ ---------- MOBILE HOME SALES. with FR. very .Ie.. I COMPANY
Highway 100 West Starke swimming pool. In town. guaranteed! to remove I I Carter Paint Store

HOME S ia. 2batS. YARD SALE Saturday, phone 964.5606. TF/Chy GEORGE ROBERTS mildew. bugs. stains I 864 N. Temple Ave. I Mary
AVON CALLING to buy
CH/A. _er 8-4 ....; Toddler clothes, etc.
.artel. sell An. .11... 753-2807 R.,.Rial Estate Broker ,
or baby Items mlscellaeeaos.. Call Collect 964-8961 Starke
U Keyateme.
lot, by .c... 964-7826 :
write Loss Clyelt, fa. GUNS FOR SALE 21'.. Phone I
..aJIdC...- or 318 N. Christian luhg 3/31 alter 6 102E.BrowneeSt.r '
Cea.
W.W. 31. Bet 220, Lnke City, Florida.TFChf 1$'., and 38's sold nt Dabmel'sDIec.unt.T5j p.m. I .
.. 47J-i 964-7061
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Reddish Completes bytn Armor of. the 197th infan-
"Who Else Past 4O?" Starr Officer Course try Brigade. To Visit FairComing Chris Marsh Earlagene Mikell.
FT. LEAVENWORTH The son of Mr. and Mrs. Phone 431-1522 Russell Bessho was playing
KAN.-Army Reserve Major Hubert Berry, 1122 Pine St.. Ito the Bradford loneliness tennis again last Wednesday.
bereavement al-
Drew F Reddish of Starke, Sewell is a 1973 graduate of The Middle School Band is Russell won a singles match 9-
Fair March
County coholism and
30-ApriI 2, the like.
recently completed the com- Bradford County High School. is a putting on a variety show this 7 against Williston High
exhibit the
unique traveling "The real for
relief from mand and general staff officer reason Friday, in the high school
Would you like to get the Guideposts Mobile Minis- Mobile Ministry," says Dr. School. Afterwards Russell
Promotedto
Whitney auditorium.
those nagging backaches or stiff, at course the,U.S.nonresident-resldentl Army Command Marine Corporal try.Sponsored Norman Vincent Peale, Among those performingfrom and Del ceo Britton teamedup
the interfaith and won a doubles match 8-
by founder and publisher of the
and General Staff College Marine Lance Corporal Raiford and vicinity are
and muscles? 6. That's a real work-out for
aching joints
non-profit Guideposts desire togo
Magazine Guideposts, "is our
Leavenworth Lawrence H. Whitney Waters Don and
(CGSC), Ft.. son of Mitch those guys! Anyone that can
Mr.and Mrs.William piloted by "ambassadors" out and meet people, to and
Kan. Whitneyof Stephen Starling, Kathy
Larry and Ellen Homit- hear in what their get out and play tennis in the
Would you like to get completely The course is designed to Starke, has been merit- sky, the 32-foot motor home problems person are, and to show Wendy O'Guinn, David Ellis, heat of the day now has my
oriously promoted to his and Robbie
selected officers for Tommy Forsyth,
pre-
prepare has been vote for absolute !
how courage
criss-crossing the other
relaxed so you could get a goodnight's high positions at division and sent rank while serving with nation during the people have Barber.In Mrs. Mary Freeman and
smoothed
command levels. Second Marine Division,. past year over similar rough addition to their duties in
and has been Mrs. Earl Dobbs were
sleep? Maj. Reddish received his Camp Lejeune, N.C. sands of seen by thou- spots of life. Guideposts is the band,Monette Dobbs,Lisa business visitors in Lake
people including now in its fourth decade of
commission through the Whitney received the gov- Green and Kim Leverette will Butler and Starke last
ernors and other distinguished and is read
publishing each
Reserve Officers Training accelerated promotion in be featured soloists in several .
Thursday.We
Would you like to get help for recognition of outstanding citizens. month by over ten million selections.
corps program.A would like to
The display is express our
a mixture of
your poor circulation? 1949 graduate of Bradford performance, duty profi- audio-visuals people. Admission Is$1 donation for most heartfelt sympathy to
depicting how The motor home
County High School, he ciency and demonstrated Guideposts adults and 50 cents for
professional the family and friends of Mrs.
Guideposts has been the
will be for visitors at
received a B.S. degree in 1953 abilities. He joined of all faiths helping ready children under 12 years of age. Iris Davis for their tragic loss.
and
people walksof Bradford Fair March
WE THOUGHT YOU WOULD, SO from the University of Floridaat the Marine Corps in August life with their problems of 30 to April County 2. Everyone come out and enjoy Mr. and Mrs. David
Gainesville. The major, 1976. some foot-tapping music and Hartsfield and children returned -
you will have an opportunity to trya who lives with his wife, Ada, support the cause. home to Little Rock,
NIAGARA MASSAGE CHAIR at at 1417 Debra St., is employedby e e 0 e e e-. Girl ScoutsJunior -------- Ark. early Thursday morning.Mrs. .
E.I. du Pont de Nemours Coming from Perry, Mr. David Hartsfield is the
the Bradford County Fair. Inc. and Mrs. Eddy Reynolds sister of the late Iris Davis.
His mother, Mrs. P,D. Red- A big thank you to all of Troop No. 614 invited at the Fair, stop by to see a visited her parents, Mr and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs
dish, lives at 207 N. Broadway Bradford County for the Brownie Troop No. 370 to a little about a Girl Scout and Mrs. Earl Dobbs, Tuesdayand visited friends in the Union
Try a NIAGARA MASSAGE St. support we received with the Mini-Egg Hunt. Everyone hada Scouting. Wednesday. General Hospital Friday
CHAIR and find out for yourselfhow Girl Scout Cookie Sale. We are good time playing games, Dorotny has been a real Mrs. Earlagene Mikell was night. Mr. Lawtey Crews and
Sewell Completes almost out of cookies so will hunting surprises and of asset to us this year, she is a visited in a Gainesville Mr. Oliver Clemons were the
good you can feel again. You Non-Coin Course give you a report next week. If course the refreshments were Brownie leader with a lot of hospital by Mike Griffis, Miss recipients of the Dobbs'
believe It. your Girl Scout still has good. Those participating in enthusiasm. Her troop has Debbie McCullough, andEarlgene's company. Our hopes for good
to feel it to
actually have FT. BENNING-Army money to turn in, please do the flag ceremony were Lisa had a slumber party in the fall mother, Maybelle health and cheer are sent,to
Specialist Four James L. that today! Spivey, Denise Connell, Mary and spent the full day togetheron Dobbs, last Tuesday both of these gentlemen
Sewell, whose wife, Imogene, Irene Wainwright and Patty Lou Guisto, Wendee Hall and Girl Scout Sunday. Afterchurch Maybelle said her daughterwas Miss Mary Bevins of Lake
NIAGARA
Fifteen minutes in a lives at 1292 N. Oak St., Mullins recently were invitedto Diane Wood. The Juniors they had lunch at her released Thursday and Butler was the guest over the
MASSAGE CHAIR makes you feel Starke, completed a primary the Girl Scout Gateway shared a Mini-Court of home and then went togetherto returned to her home in weekend of our Miss Wendy
noncommissioned officer Council Board of Directors' Awards with the Brownies the Woman's Club where Crystal River, feeling much O'Guinn.
good all over! course recently at Ft. Ben- meeting.They told about their after they explained what they they gave a good performanceon better at this time Mr. Kenneth Bessho and
ning, Ga.Spec. Opportunity last year and had done to earn their last stage. The troop started Mr. and Mrs. Bud demons fellow officers were out
Sewell entered the showed slides. According to badge. meeting at Southside and now were business visitors in fishing in St. Augustine
Army in 1973 and is a gunnerin the members they gave the Thank you to Janet Kimutis meets at Starke Elementary Gainesville Wednesday.Whilein Friday, resulting in whiting.
Company A, 2nd Battalion, best presentation. / far. and Dorothy Melton for their so more Brownies could join. Gainesville the demons Betty Bessho says she knows
L.. _work on the-Girl Scout booth Thank you, Dorothy. dropped by the hospital to see !Ken caught them for he
brought them home with
e heads intact,'simply to provehe

POLORON PINT & QUART did catch them!
Miss Cathy Tarleton
celebrated her fourth birthday
Saturday with a party at her
ICE CHEST 0 CANNINGJARS home. Cathy had several
0 guests to and her enjoy the ice
cream cake. Happy
OIT'S
Birthday Cathy!
Mrs Michael Dobbs and
W/l Gal Jug children, Paula Rhonda, and
Larry were visitors in Lake
City Saturday.
: Miss Debra Lynn
McCullough was a visitor in
Hampton this past weekend.
30 Qt. 8 Pk Debra was visiting her grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Les
1\1 cCu lloug h.

PINT OR QUART FAIR TIME GOLDEN T LATEX \ Mr.children and Mrs.Don Gordon Newmansand and

.
Donna were out shopping in
'
FREEZER CONTAINERS HOUSE PAINT Jacksonville Friday evening.

Saturday, April 2, is the day
16 Qt. 27 for baseball players, ages 8 to
$3 $547 17, to officially register to be
32 Pt. Pkg. Gal. eligible and play this season in
the Dixie Youth Baseball and
Pony League Baseball

QUARTFREEZER DUPONT LUCITE programs. Registration will
MOP & GLO w be held at the ball parks in

BAGS $ IT HOUSE PAINT Worthington Raiford, ,Lake and Providencefrom Butler,

1 9 a.m until 11 a.m. Thisis
FLOOR CLEANER 32oz an important date and time
Pkg77C $888DUPONT for all young men in the
county because you must be
40 registered to play..Your birth
certificate will be required

PLANT STARTER W/15 Pots LUCITE Saturday to officially com
plete registration. It is important -

STARTER TRAY $ 27 WALL PAINT Saturday that to determine you register the

SPRAY 1 names and number of young

CLEANER 32 Oz. $788RUBBER men for interested 1977. in participation -

$166 The Boy Scouts need your
support. The Scout World shin
dig will be held Saturday May
14th in the Gator Bowl.
5/S" x50' SIDE KICK
Jacksonville. Our local troops

PLASTIC HOSE $1 77 COOLERFor this! selling$1 I charge tickets, our for own$1. From troop

CHARCOAL will be able to keep 40 cents.
from each dollar. This money
$488LARGE will be a great help for the
$477
2.6 Packs troop. Please buy at least one
ticket when the Scouts come
calling. If you are able to go to
SELECTION LADIES Jacksonville and visit Scout
STRAW SOLE THONGSANDALS
World you will see exhibits of
24" CHARCOAL all kinds showing what (the
JUMPER SUITS Scouts have been up(to all over
the country. Even if you don't
$888 plan on attending, purchasing
1/2 GRILL one or two tickets will really jl
PRICEMEN'Sl $199 help support the Boy Scouts
and their fine programs. I
This coming week Ken I
>ENIM CUT OFF MEN'S VINYLJOGGER Bessho will be in Ocala on .
Tuesday. Wednesday and ,
SPRAY Thursday where the FireFighting
SHORTS SHOE Seminar is being/ !
130z.88c held. Have a safe trip Ken! ,
ENAMEL I recently heard fish story.
$588LAYERED $1288MANY I really did hear it. and I am
not making (this up:
supposedly it is true. There
were two members of a
STYLES OF fishing club. These two fellas
were In a tournament their
GOLDEN T LATEXWALL first tournament in fact;'and
THONGSMULTI COWBOY BOOTS were subsequently checked bya
Game Warden. Now, one
$300 fella was fine all was in
PAINT Gal. order...but the other fella...he
COLOR $147 2195-$2995 did not have a fishing license!
Of course. being a new
member he may have
thought just being a memberof
PINE-SOL MISSES FASHION the club would suffice?

Anyway, the warden was
CLEANER JEANSX1288 listening to the explanations
flying around his head whilehe
'was calmly writing and,
15 Oz. 77C T writing.and writing. After the
& incident was over, the good
: guy was slightly disturbed by
his loss of good fishing time
LADIES during this tournament, said
he could have really missed a
good catch.After all was over
TOPS- with, the new slightly
ttD centers educated member planned to
family suggest at the very next
GAUZE meeting that all future new
members, and perhaps some
of the old timers, be validatedin
INDIA CLOTH the area of actually owning'a
legal license. Good

l 011IJJ]0 0iJ1jJI( ] AND OTHERS ;suggestion the next time! My you suggestion go fishing is

I I with someone, check'em out]!
88 That's for this week gang,
301 S. SCENTER G Stark. Fla. have a nice week?and hope
everyone is able to enjoy some
of this fantastic weather
before it really gets
Floridated hoi.r .

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