Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 7, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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49th Issue Thursday,April 7.1977 CopyBeautification ..r

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j i Beautification won one and "cannon triangle" at the Councilman Harold Epps particularly harmful that the
lost one at the Stark City intersection of South Walnut had some harsh words for city, and declared
Council meeting Tuesday and U.S. 301. But the Council DOT (Department of cost would be minimal "for .
night. balked, 3-2, at signing a Transportation ) in what we get out of it." n -
In a compromise decision, contract with DOT for city announcing his opposition to When questioned by Silcox,
permission was given to the maintenance of another the contract. "I have no faithat City Attorney George Pierce,
Women's Club and Florida proposed planting on a 301 all in DOT," he said. "They agreed that the small amountof
Forest Service for an island Just south of Alligator have made promises, maintenance work "shouldbe
ornamental, planting in the Creek Bridge. promises, promises about no problem," but
what they would do to correct expressed some qualms about
drainage on 301, repairs on "personal liability" in case of M
Call Street (SR-230)), and other accidents. .
28 projects, but haven't done a Warren's motion that "we ,
April HearingSet thing. You can't believe do not sign the contract with

anything they say," DOT" was approved 3-2, with
Warren, and Schaefer
Epps' dim view of DOT was - ----
voting for it, and Silcox and

On Starke'8Comprehensive aired Schaefer after had Mayor opened Charles the Waters against. The Season the
Of Egg...
meeting by reading the It was decided that since the

lengthy and legalistic contract city with already DOT for had maintenanceof a contract Kim Dukes, 6. and John Loper, 4, both eye the Easter egg this prize.John the son of Mr and Mrs. George Loper of Slii rkc..
submitted by the departmentfor hidden at the base of this oak tree during Saturday's annual egg was too polite to beat the girl to the egg and missed thin egg.
maintenance of the two the "cannon triangle" that hunt of the First. United Methodist Church held on campgroundsof
PlanThe proposed beautification the citv would continue to Strickland's Landing at KIngsley Lake. Some 50 children, toddlers on up. hunted eggs and! \ rrr sered
maintain this
projects.Mrs. area and theWoman's Kim, the daughter of Mr. and hers J.C. Dukes of Starke, got refreshments during the hunt sponsored by church niolhrrs.
Sherrod Hamilton, Club and Forestry
City of site inspections of the spokesman for the Woman's-, Service could proceed with its

Committee preliminary work complete on its property Tomlinson involved said, CUbsaid problems\ were she realized involved certain, such beautification.Later in the. meeting the Dumping Permits To Be Issued

comprehensive plan map at "Undoubtedly, it will not liability for anyoneinjure council did a' bit of soul-
its meeting Thursday March please everyone, and that is while working on the searching on the question of
31, and set the time for the the reason for the public projects. She said the beautification and cleaningupof
first citizen-input hearing to hearing, which everyone is Woman's Club would the city in general. The 1
be held at 7 p.m. Thursday urged to attend. We wish to maintain the two plantings for discussion was touched off by
April 28, in the new have all the citizen input we the first year, but could not Silcox's observation that a' ,,.* Byy County Beginning Monday J
courthouse. can get before the planning commit decisions' by future. ride around town convinced
club him the In dire
officials. city was needof
process is complete in fact, -

Chairman the revised J.E.map Tomlinsonsaid is now in' the law requires this .step." said Commissioner Joe'Warren' deplored both.the He unsanitary particularly and;.,'" :Jerk' ;i 11 r: 1rewn.told, non-Bradford residents, $1 fora comply with the regulations. check into illegal dumping '
that in of
the hands of draftsmen at the It was emphasized that the of spite his newspaper unsightly dumping of trash on ..Bradford, County pick-up truck,'$:t for a- one- .y In other actiop the' board along the Hampton cut-off and ,
North Central Regional comprehensive plan is not a accounts remarks at a the roadside and in the ditch commissioners Monday his (ton truck, $5 for 10-cubic-yard looked at a map presented by Road and II
Planning Council in voluntary matter, but is previous meeting beautification",he was! "not behind The Apartments on'' office 'would be ready' this trucks. $8 for larger trucks, county surveyor Merrill authorize road ,
against and
Gainesville and will be mandated by a legislative act Thomas Street. He said the MondayV April 11, for county ex-eluding semi-trucks, and McMillan showing the superintendent Leon Ellington:
displayed, as well as requiring every city and agreed that U.S. 301 was an managers of the residents, out-of-county $15 for semitrucks.The location of 47.37acres that will to have racks built lor
published in the Bradford county in the state to have place to carry out such establishment should be residents, and commercial Board of County join the county's landfill east garbage cans at the boat rump
County Telegraph prior to the such a plan by the deadline of projects. "As chairman of the forced to correct the situationby vehicles using the county Commissioners by resolutionset of SIM00. Most of the land will on Little Lake Santa Kc. Tin-
street committee however
hearing. He urged the publicto July 1, 1979. If the local I having garbage and trash dumps to come to his office for the rate schedule in be obtained from Rayonier. request came Irom "',J K
study the proposed changes governing units do not comply do not feel that we can affordto placed in containers until it the required permits.The February in an attempt to Inc. in a trade for county land Thieman who said dogs \\crc
before the map is finally with the law, the State will provide beautification labor to maintainthe could be picked up by the city. effective date of the curtail use of the landfill sites located in the Lincoln City knocking (the cans 1)11I,1"
in and do the projects if by out-of-county residents. area. A small portion, 8.35 said I
adopted. step planning job the Woman's Warren said there were ordinance is May 1 for the fee also personsriv
Club do
Tomlinson said that once and bill the county or the city to entire blocks in the city that schedule. Bradford County Commissioners said Bradfordwas acres is being donated by camping overnight ;it( Hit- I
he .
the plan is approved and for this service."It so, added.Commissioners needed cleaning, but residents dumping their own one of the few counties not Dorothy K, McMillian of ramp.A .
adopted it will, in effect, is much better to have Silcox and Wilbur Waters said questioned "how we can clean garbage or other solid wastes charging outsiders for the North Carolina.
from the audience
The request
for the service and that the County Surveyor told
become the zoning plan and bill the unlesswe fee but present
one owner" have to a ,
will not
our own plan, drawn by our they favored the pay to
up pick aluminum
and will several situation is not fair to county the board the 47.37 acres up i wins
city require clean them all, which will have to to the
own citizens, rather than have beautification work. Silcox they go should last the 139 from the dump was turnrcl
be taxpayers. county
steps before changes can the State do it for us," said he could in would be impossible. He said courthouse to obtain a permit. down
made from one classificationto see nothing when lot is cleaned the After the May 1 deadline use years before the site was used by the (commission
one by
another. Tomlinson said. the contract that was city, then residents in other The schedule calls for a fee of the facility will be denied to up. saying no one was allowed
of 50 cents per automobile for persons who have failed to The board said they would because of safely and liability
"The committee has spent. areas start asking why those
much time in developing this PERC Dismisses adjacent to them cannot be
ChargeOf cleaned. --- ----
map, as well as making on- ;
"Perhaps we need a

ijJlf'; t1- tier Unfair Labor Practice their stronger the owners property ordinance to,"take he said.to care force of Estimated 75 % Of Mobile Homes

\ Commissioner Epps
( observed that "the Street

Department and the Utility Still Are Not LicensedBradford
) ,By County School Boardany Department need to Pronerlv

coordinate their efforts and

ui An unfair labor practice suit resolution made by attack the problem" in a County estimate was probably Terming it a "boon to adopted a resolution following
brought by the Bradford PERC. The appeal must be systematic way. Commissioners learned conservative. CommissionerMaxie developers" it enables them to the Union County Commission
J Education Association (BEA) made within 10 working days "Wearen't even keeping the Monday there is an estimated Carter said in a recent get zoning all at one time, asked the Farmers Home
streets and sidewalks clean
October 13, 1976 against the from the date of the letter.In and need to do that before $50,000 to$100,000 still not paid trip around the county by Wolbert said. He said if a Administration to set up an "
Bradford County School the PERC letter general start we throughout the county for board members they noted 75 developer violates the plan the office closer to the people in
Board has been dismissed by counsel William E. Powers, individual cleaning lots." off any mobile home licenses. percent of the mobile home permit is automaticallyrevoked. Union and Bradford County's.
the Public Employees Jr. says the unfair labor Zoning director LM. Gaines owners did not have licenses. ,
Relations Commission practice charge "is not Chairman"You're Warren.right, said Street reported to the board that a Carter urged setting a dead- In other discussion with the A request for approval of a .
Friday April (PERC). supported by substantial Street Turning to total of $5,382 had been line and "letting them knowwe board Wolbert said it was plat for Plum Valley sub- /
The BEA in its suit said the evidence" and was dismissed Hicks Department he head S.R. collected from 35 delinquent mean business." possible to take the compre- division located on Little Lake f
school board violated the citing eight reasons. streets, and said "Start" with mobile home owners and the The planned unit develop hensive land use plan "too Geneva was denied until
Tax Collector's. Public Employees RelationsAct The BEA failed to establish sidewalks. total for the year paid is ment ordinance set for lightly" and not realize the developer Clyde Simpson
OFFICE-CLOSED by denying dues that the school board failed or In other business the $11,050. hearing did not draw any impact it would have. He said builds the roads.
deductions to the BEA, failureto refused to negotiate regarding Council unanimously Gaines suggested the board opposition and was passed the state is now attempting to I \
Saturday,April t negotiate salary issues, salary issues. approved a resolution desig- hire someone on a 90 day after attorney Jesse Wolbert take control from regional In other action the board
dilatory bargaining tactics, The evidence does not nating Sunday, April 24, as basis, possibly aCETA reminded the board membersthe planning councils into the received a report from Muriel
lack of delegation of authorityto support the allegation that Governor and Mrs. Charley E. worker to canvas the county purpose !of PUD. hands of state appointed Lee, supervisor of the information
Rummage Sale the board negotiator, Douglas lacked authority to Johns Day in Starke. The dateis and generate that revenue. Wolbert reminded the board officials. and referral service.
United Pin*. Church imposing conditions on the negotiate. the Johns' 50th Wedding Chairman George Rohrrt they would have greater In other business the Tax assessor Jimmy Alvarez
Ladies Aux. bargaining process and There is no evidence that Anniversary, which will be suggested that the building control and know what an commission, on the assured the board that any tax
10a.m. harassment of bargaining unit the retirement settlement of observed at the Starke inspector devote one day a entire development would recommendation of Carter, refunds for over assessmentwere k
Cor. Water A Brownie* member Mrs. Lucille Johns was Woman's Club from 3 to 6 p,m. week In locating those that look like including the approved a $344 expenditureby ones that the taxpayerwas I
Since neither the Bradford withheld in order to pressure The proclamation was signedby have not paid for licenses. commercial residential and the Theressa VolunteerFire entitled to because of an
EASTER SUNDAY County School Board or the teachers to ratify the Mayor Schaeffer. The zoning director said his open spaces area. Department. The board oversight by his office
BEA has received a copy of agreement agreed upon by the

Pancake Breakfast a(PERC"notice) dated of dismissal"April 1 from both parties There in-is August no evidence 1976. that April 24 Declared Charley Johns Day In County I I

a..m.to'130..m. sides were cautious the board interfered with or
United Methodist Church Wednesday about making any assisted or dominated the -
Sponsored by UMYF statements. BEA. Governor and Mrs CharleyE. ,wedding anniversary Sunday, Senate in 1953. While in that costing the taxpayers a dime, Johns said he used to love to
Although the evidence Johns Day in Bradford April 24, and that day be position and being the he started the Bradford hunt but "I got too old."
Tuesday April 12 Eddie Douglas, negotiatorfor establishes that Principal County has been declared for declared "Governor and Mrs. lieutenant governor he County Hospital and the A thirty year business .
the board, said "we're Lawrence Oglesby furnished a April 24 by the Bradford Charley E. Johns Day became the acting governor paving around it. He has beenin associate, Hazel Hardy said I
happy that It turned out that copy of the Board's August 3 County Commission during its Contacted Tuesday, when Dan McCarthy died. He the general insurance he was too modest to mention
Brooder Council way. We didn't feel all alongwe salary proposal to a teacher meeting Monday, April 4. Governor Johns said makingthe served the last four months of business in Starke for 50 years other accomplishments suchas
7p.m. had done anything wrong prior to its submission to the Signed by all the 24th his day "was news to 1953 into 1955.Governor and president of the raising the football field at
(pleas. excuse last and the dismissal bears that BEA, the evidence also commissioners is a resolutionthat him." "I appreciate it, and I 1 Johns said whilein Community State Bank for 20 the high school to help the
week's wrong date} feeling out"Negotiator establishes that the proposal reads: am very grateful to them for office he paved 22 miles of years.While. drainage and putting in the
for the BEA was released so shortly beforeits "Charley E.Johns served in doing it," he added. streets in Starke without still a fisherman, lighting system there at no,
J Thursday,April 14 George Loper said he was actual submission to the the State Legislature for 28 He and Mrs. Johns will not cost to the taxpayers. She said
reluctant to make any BEA that there was no yean and also served as be sending individual he was Instrumental in getting .
Truck On Side Driver Not
comment until he" had Flips InjuredCarroll j
possibilty of its being Governor of Florida; invitations to the wedding wayside parks for Bradford
B.C. School Board received a copy of the letter employed as a tool to undercutthe whereas, he was of untold anniversay on Sunday, April County and getting Florida
tn34p.m.Canc.ll.d. and the executive council had authority of the BEA in 'value to Bradford County and 24, from in the Starke Nelson Tidwell 28, to the Florida Highway Patrol State Prison located here,
met and a statement issued negotiations. to the State of Florida during Woman's Club, but everyone of: Hampton, tipped his dump report, when his 1967 dump bringing revenue into the :
by BEA president Mrs. Judy his and in the county is invited. truck over on its side near truck tipped over sideways. county. .
4-11 political career
MeetingEommunttij ;
Clark. The executive councU There is no evidence: that whereas he has lived inBradforl Elected to the House of Lawtey last Saturday, April 2, Tidwell was not injured in the Mrs. Hardy ''said as a-
has a scheduled meeting April the BEA ever' sought to ; ( County all his life Representatives Johns when he attempted to make a accident. senator he was always,
m he (! 13.Loper negotiate with the board and has been an outstanding served two years beginning in turn faster than he truck Tidwell told the patrolmanat available to the people in his
&lutr dank said It was regarding the cost of such citizen of said county duringhis 1935. He was elected to the would allow. the scene that as he went district and worked with the.
premature and dues, deductions in the Senate where he served '26 Tidwell was turning into the into the turn he felt his truck people. .
ac_._......UII presumptive,' to discuss absence of a collective The resolution continuesthat years also ',.servingas 'Correctional of Lawtey begin to lean, but could not "He is a man with a ,
T.M*. P_.' ow.o __c.r.. does have an aopeal option on ( .. Page, II) celebrate their golden mate and president of the ,SR-200B at 20 mph, according careless driving. heart," said Mrs. Hardy, ,

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II \ Miss Powell Shower Honoree +v} Y !

., k-/lidal i"-fYlw Jf IJatiyi
Miss Susie Powell April 16 with a picture hat filled withspring WJ J
bride elect. was (lowers. Mrs. Hatcher >
presided at the bowl.
complimented al a bridal punch
hhower Thursday, March 31: Mrs. Eddie Douglas\ and L j
Gayle: Douglas opened and Wooly SocUty Gdilory :9647608 I
given by Harry : --
Hatcherlll, Mrs. Hutch displayed the gilts in I the H ,

Kedding, Mrs.. Linda Johns family room where greeneryand
mid Mrs. Eddie Douglas at the I lower arrangements' :: Miss Holliday Gayle Hatcher, Ken Weaver r rToWedApril9
home or the latter on Bradford were placed at points of '
:Street t interest Mrs. Itedding Brunch HonoreeMiss
'pit-pared" refreshments .in the 1'r' r-
\Mrs. Johns greeted the kitchen
guests at the door and \Miss Powell was presentedw r Hope Holliday,June 24' Miss Gayle Hatcher and ion I ol lowing at the Woman's.Kenneth .
presented them to the bride- ith a cookbook as a memento bride-elect, was honored at a I Weaver will be Club of Starke.
fleet or t the occasion. brunch Saturday in the Pecan united in marriage Friday
The refreshment table walll'O'I.rt'd Approximately :3.:> /guests: Room of the Garden April 8, at 8 p.m. in the First All friends and relatives are
with a outworkMilyester called between 7-.M:: and K-'to:: Restaurant given by Mrs. Baptist Church with a recept invited to attend.
( cloth and centered p m. r't George Miller, Mrs. Charles o a

Darby Mrs. J. II. Wainwright HonoredMiss
Hatcher Mr. Weaver
I and Mrs. J. W. Hitch. Miss ,
Kim Hodges Shower HonoreeKim
The Easter was
Sandra Daniel, carried out in the table Gayle Hatcher. April 8 in a tall white'pitcher was the
Hodges who will be flowers and white candles In decorations. An Easter tree bride-elect, was honored at focal point in the party rooms.
married on April 9, was silver candleholders at either J. DonaldsonTo from which hung tiny Easter two parties in the past week. Corsages' were presented Hatcher.'to
honored on March 2at, a etui baskets centered the head ; On Tuesday night March Miss Hatcher, Mrs.
miscellaneous shower given Among honored guests Wed April 16 table of the T-shaped table. 29 a lingerie shower was Jr. and Mrs.Veaver..
by Mrs. Paul Meng and ultl'ndinltll're Mrs, KW Nests of eggs were placed at j..7. given for Miss Hatcher. Houtonmers w ere presented to
daughters Joyce tool I lodges, mother of the bride- intervals down the long table. Hostesses; were Mrs. Charles Mr. Weaver and Mr. Hatcher.
Beverly Mrs. Theron hunter. to-be t<< : Mrs! Orville Brookins, Mr and Mrs. Vernon Daniel Bridal place cards marked the Francis Mrs. J.1'. Prevail, A silver tray was presentedto
Mrs Kenny McClure. and Kim's grandmother and Mrs. of Lake Butler are proud to seating arrangement for the Miss \Donna Prevail, Mrs. Miss Hatcher and Mr.
:Mrs Handy Scoggms at the Ll'aton Morgan mother of the annouce the engagement and 24 guests. Greg Alvarez Mrs. Townsend Weaver as a memento of t the
Paul Meng home. prospective groom approaching marriage of their An arrangement of red Strickland and Mrs. Jack occasion.
The relreshmcnt/ .table was Kim was presented with a daughter. Sandra Elaine roses graced the table where lla/en at the home of the
(covered with a while hand led rose corsage and given \Daniel to Jonathan tomato was served as latter.
juice Schwab
embroidered linen cloth, lupperware salad bowls and al'unllllt'r \Donaldson son of Mr and the guests arrived. The refreshment table was Mrs.

centered with multicolored set by the hostesses Mrs: "'redonaldson\ of Lee Out-of-town guests were ........ covered with an ArmyNavycloth

.. .. ., .... Florida. Mrs.: A. N. Holhday. Jr. of ..... and centered with a Entertains At
---.... ............,.,..., The wedding will take placeon of
Franklin arrangement
Lake City. Mrs. permanent
April Hi. 7'iio:: p m, at the Miss Prevatt Luncheon
Kagleand Mrs. Jim Beeler of spring flowers. Birthday
home ol t the brideelect'sSalcots Jacksonville.The rt' and Mrs. Alvarez served the
a Mr and Mrs. Vernon :
[ ; Dill leI. hostesses presented the punch and cake. Mrs Edward Sihwab of
All Iriendsm(1 relatives of honoree with the sugar bowl to Games were played by the Merrill Island entertained ala
her chosen china pattern as 18 guests during party Saturdayat
the invited to w brthdalunel1l'lIn
couple are umemento of the occasion. r hours 7and:: ) !9:10:: p.m. and home of her mother.Mrs. .
ullc'ml.0: invitations are the
being sent out A reception hostesses presented the Myrtle Anderson on

will lollmimn1l'dial'ly after fSTfttST: ,\T\ Mr. and Mrs. C.... (Hub) Carter honoree with a pajama set as :Mabel Ave, Slarke. in ielehi -
the cciemonyWomansClub ulion of I the birthdays her
AT MUST MKTIIODIST a memento of the occasion
Mr. and Mrs. C.F. Carter husband "Edward: Schwab
and her mothl'r.1'11: /
The Chancel Choir of the
At Julia'sFlorist And'rMn.I, birthdaysloll
First Methodist Church will
To Meet April 13 present the Easter Cantat Celebrate 50th Anniversary Miss Hatcher and Ken The nn .\pnl bullet! .">. table' was
"This is the King" on Sunday Weaver were complimented
white lace
The Woman's Club of Starke morning at the 11 a.m. Mr. and !Mrs C.F. (Bub) and group pictures were ut a reception Saturday. April CO'I't'Jlth cloth and held u two spi'ingarrangements
will have its April luncheonmeeting service. Carter of Lawtey were taken. 2. from 7:30:: to\1:11I:: > p m. given which weiegills
on Wednesday. April Mrs. Lavon Drives is the honored their 50th Out-of-town guests were by Mrs I..A Canova. Mrs
on wedding to the honorees. The Jl: :t
choir director, Mrs. L.J. Mrs Rivers Mr and :\i A. Payne. Mr. and Mrs
11.: at 12 ti 1: p m anniversary, Sunday March Mary sat at a large roundtable
224 Hostesses will be Mrs. J KHatdy. Green organist and Handy 27. with a luncheon given by 1lrs..E.. Ivey and daughterof J.e. Greene and :Mr and :Mrs. guests and individual dining
N. Temple Ave. '. chairman Mrs. TC Newland, narrator. Soloistsare their children, Mrs. Margaret Green Cove Springs; Mrs. A. Russell :Norman; al the
I lIall'n.Irs.: O(I A. Wiggins, Mrs. John Schmidt and Arwood. Mrs Linda Sweat Annie Curlee. Mrs Dorothy :Norman; home on E Call Out-of-town guests were
Mrs: Neil: Tucker Mrs. George Loper. Mrs. Ann Dinkms. Donald\ Martz. Ms Carol A I. Harris street :Mrs. Grace: Hic-hardson and
964-7711 Gladys \\l'ldon.lrs.( : AEMcKinne ., Carter and Tommy Carter at :Mrs Betty Williams and son Mr. :Norman and :Mrs Rubin Herggren ol l LUl'gll.
Jacksonville Mr and Mrs 'anova greeted the guests at
: } Mrs KK. EASTER EGG: Ill'NT the Community Center in of : :\ll's.nn" Rut Ii Smith and
ferryman, Mrs Palmer Lake Butler from 11 a.m. to 4 Richard Durban and son of the door and presented them two children and /David), Cr.iltofM
\\ Illiams.Irs.{ : Guy; Sale, Mrs Memphis. Tenn., Mr. and to :Miss Hatcher. Mreaer..
: :MamieAnderson
.ti. Order .11)I Se.Miiour{ and MrsRobot ; An by Easter the Starke egg hunt Golf will and beheld pm.Guests were greeted at the Mrsilliam C, !Sweat, Mr. :Mr and Mrs. II.:M, Hatcher.Jr. ( !I'l'I'sbul'g.IISII and :Mrs. PaulineStone '
HaiksdaleMis and :Mrs. Benny 1 Daniel 1 of parents of the bride-elect
door Mike ,
Country Club on Saturday. by Sweat grandson. ? IIIrdwr.l and :\II'kky ,!>
Now Madison: Mr and Mrs L.c. andIrs.: Jewel \\eavor.
-- Mrant Tinnerand'
V April 9 at 11 am. formember's \ Turner.
.o Y. of Dade : iss mother of the piosptctivegroom.
children I 11 t The food was prepared by Sweat City1: Eddie :Schwab ol
: X.M Smith entered St. years :Nettie; Ruth Hrown of St. .
Jack Revels and Noble
Be Sure To See Julia's New old and under. Refreshments (Gainesville;
Enlarged Shop I.likes Hospital Wednesday for croggms. Augustine. Mrs Patsy John Greene invited .the
will be served after the hunt
minor surgery The dessert table was Ixiwsonandgirlbolacioss.. guests into the Florida room(
decorated with a beautiful Ga; .. 1lll'I1al'lichols.: Mr and where refreshments were Kim
arrangement of yellow roses Mrs Ha'mondluckaht'e/ of !served j from a table covered IIorIgri.Hulpllllorrtn.
the anniversary cake and Gainesville. Mr and :Mrs with a !green linen cloth( /
Jl'MOKCLL'BlOMKKTMONDXY fresh strawberries. Miss /Horace ('ox, Waldo: Mr. and centered ith an arrangementof
: : ; ; Nancy!; Arwood. grand Mrs Jim Burton of Jacksonville pink supreme und ('hrist-
could thisMALONERegof" The Junior Woman's Club daughter, presided at this and Karen Kulford and mas cheer a/aleas {in a silver To irV.i>' ri/9/
we sellyou will have an election of table. daughter, of Lilburn. GaMr epergne thanked by pink

officers at their meeting !MissSherry Sweat t. a grand- candles in .lull silver :Miss t Kin) I Hodges! and Kalph
: Monday night, April 11, at 8 daughter, kept the guest book. "OxoYo.Orprpe.14 oo+ oroe i candelabra :Morgan will be united I in
; : p m at the clubhouse. Approximately ..125 guests :Mrs :Norman :Mrs Pavne m mtu'ragetiaturdIy.I Apnl'.l{ t .it
f attended. After lunch family r !:1"U-AnoW and :Mrs. Greene were 1I' m in the1 First{ t. ItautisC
: assisted in !>serving hv' :Mrs Church with .1 leception
and Mrs. Ralph 1 J1 J-:. and
T.B. Harding. :.Sr; :Mrs
-- -- -- -- -- following!! in{ the I churchFellowship
and Value alonebutwewon't. rI I weekend Brown' of guests Kedkey.of Ind.:Mr were and Tilhams. 11<111lIll'll'nlb
on Beauty I OO a ao o 4I I Mrs\ George W. Brown and decorated The party ith iiirangements rooms were

I -- they all spent Sunday at SI of pink a/aleas A beautiful .\ and relatives. arc
because | Augustine arrangement ol apple invited{ lo attend

I Dinner Rolls blossoms andI bite din.irv His
I Kev and Mrs. V.J, Kags-
I and Other dale of Callahan and Mr and

.-, ., we\vant I I Mrs. Joe Ho vie Madison: .
Decorated Easter Goodies I \\ IS. were last Tuesday guests
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Women Make Plans Mary Kay Place Susan Hewett, James Watts (: -

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For Summer EventsThe Speaks At BPW Wed March 23 \ ) I

Little Women's Club Nancy Payne, Darlene Miss Susan Denise Hewett Mr. and Mrs. George Mozoof Mr.and Mrs. S.G. Denmark
2 Mrs. Elsie Lyles of
made plans for Sock' lops, a Griffis, Lynn Moxley, Melinda Meeting April and James P. Watts were Atlantic Beach and Mrs. have had as recent visitors, Jacksonville is visiting Mrs.
lake party and Disney World Mallory, Gina Brown, Denise married at the Temple! of the Lula Mozo and Mrs. Annie H.V. Saxon of Pompano J.H. Fields from Sunday to
trip at their meeting Monday Brewer, Vicki Norman and Mary Kay Place of "Mary church of Jesus Christ of Norman of Jacksonville Beach, Mr. and Mrs. J.E.
Thursday. Mrs. Fields also
night. Ann Allen president. Hartman, Mary Hartman'was Latter Day Saints, in visited Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Thomas and son, Chad of
had visitors, Mr.
Members present were Hostesses for the meetingwere a surprise guest speakerat Washington D.C. on March Epperson and Mrs. H.M. Merritt Island and Mrs. as Sunday
and Mrs. Charles Fields of
Cindy Canova, Nancy Teresa Hobbs and Gina the District Three meetingof Richarde on Saturday. Randy Maycumber of Jacksonville.Col. .
Ilildreth. Teresa Hobbs Brown. the Business and 23.Susuan is the daughter of Covington, Ohio.
Professional Women's club Mrs Don
Koretz and
I DUPLICATE BRIDGE held in Jacksonville\ on Doris and Hewett a 1975 of graduate KingsleyLake of daughter, Manya, of Mr. and Mrs. M.J. and Mrs. George
CLUB RESUI.TSI Bickell and daughter, Robin of
Saturday, April 2. Bradford High School. She Alexandria,Va. spent the past Sanderson and daughter,
Dr. and Mrs. Jim Tuesday night. Jeff Wrenshalland two weeks with her mother, will return to Washington, D.C. were last
also attended Santa Fe
Ms. Place is in Florida to Tallahassee Thursday and Friday guestsof
Minesinger were the winning Eva Mathewson were Mrs. Arlin McKnight. on Sunday where
I couple at Duplicate Bridge second and Mr. and Mrs. Jim encourage support Amendmentwhich for the Community James Is the College.son of Mr. and Mr. Sanderson is nompleting Mrs.A.J. Barry and family.
Womack were third. Equal Rights his master's this
Mrs.James F.Watts of Starke degree
comes to vote soon. j Mrs. Fred Snell and
Elizabeth Athanasakos of and was a 1972 graduate of BIRTHS quarter. daughter, Jeanie, of St.
Fort Lauderdale was receivedin Bradford High School. He also James Patrick Watts, a 1972 Augustine were Saturday
aGJ Q DQEDOL Q her role state graduated from the of Mrs. Carl
as special University of Florida this Mr. and Mrs. Greg Tyler of graduate of Bradford High overnight guests
representative to the district School and son of Mr. and Hurst and family.
Dot Ala. the
ban. announce
and in her of the year. He is employed with
meeting part Mrs. James F. Watts of
birth of Michael,
program dealing with Fish Engineering Co., in a son. Kip on Starke, graduated in March Dr. and Mrs. II.H. Adams
March 22 at Southeast Ala
it Houston, Texas.A honors the weekend with Mr
membership building up bama Medical Center. Mrs. with in the top 10 spent
and to it. Apracticing reception in the couple'shonor and Mrs. R.R. Turnipseed at
BEANS holding on is the former Miss percent of his class with a
o held in the Churchof Tyler
attorney and degree from the College of East Point, Ga.
Whitehead of Starke.
former municipal judge, Christ of Latter Day Saintsin Building Construction from
\ President Starke on March 29. Maternal grandparents are J.G. Jackson admittedto
appointed by the University of Florida. was
Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Whiteheadof
\389 Gerald Ford in July 1976, as The chapel was decoratedwith Mrs.James Watts Starke. Paternal grand Patrick is employed by Fish North Florida Regional
chairman of the National white and yellow mums. Engineering of Houston, Hospital last Friday for observation -
Commission of the Observance The three tiered wedding Marie Hewett, and Mr. and parents are Mr. and Mrs. Texas and began work April 4. and treatment.
of International cake was served by Mrs. Alice Mrs Thomas Lyle of Jacksonville Julian Tyler of Dothan, Ala. He recently married the
LETTUCE 29 Women's Year, Ms. Violes. Mrs. Henry May of ; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil -. former Susan Denise Hewettof Mrs. Beverly Kamaraddine
HEAD Athanasakos is cochairmanof Lake City served the wedding Hewett of Marianna; Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold K. Kingsley Lake. of Miami spent the weekend .
ERA-Florida, a coalition punch.Dwight. !Mrs. Don Hewett of Talla- Griner of Tallahassee with Mrs. A.J Barry and
CUCUMBERS I SQUASH seeking state ratification of Hewett, brother of hassee; Mr.and Mrs. Kenneth announce the birth of a Local admittances to Brad- family.
the Equal Rights Amendment. the bride, photographed the Ilelsabeck of Keystone daughter, Alisa Mahree, on ford County Hospital this
Sonia Camp, Lillian event. Heights; Mr. and Mrs. February 13.Maternal week include; from Starke: Mr. and Mrs. Mike Smith ;
2/29 20k Pearson and Faye Bowman Seventy-five guests Charles W. Roush of Daytona: grandparents are Mrs. Myrtle Young, John and daughter of Gainesville ''i;
represented the Starke club, attended the reception; those Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Paris of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harrell of Weaver, Ernest Renner, Mrs. were Sunday visitors of his 'fi 1
at the meeting and luncheon. from out-of-town were: Mr. Casselberry. Brooker. Paternal grand- Hazel Silcox, Mrs. Allene parents, Mr. and Mrs. X.M. Ft j
and Mrs. Van C. Hewett, Miss are Mr. and Mr. Smith. J
paresnts Mallory, Mrs. Bertha Smith, ]
Stop By To Be MYF Sponsoring Martin E. Griner Jr., and the Mrs. Lena Townsend, Mrs. Ij
And late Vivian Fowler Griner. Rether Crews, Mrs. Gayle !Mrs. S.G. Denmark has i J- ;
Given The Latch Hook Rug SaleIs Great grandmother is Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Lila Henry, returned home after under1 1 '
Register Pancake Breakfast Zorra Griner, all of Lake Bobby McLeod, Lyle going surgery last week in ,!;;

For v :..t.. ::.:r Away Butler. Northrup Mrs. Sarah North Florida Regional tl;' \
;y Continuing Easter MorningThe is Strickland, William Faulkner, Hospital. fc
FREE J ,. ; ( )' Saturday Lt. and Mrs.Michael Pruittof Mrs.Lois Thigpen and George t it!
'\c\\\\ ; 50% -75% Off Methodist Youth Lake Butler announce the Prevail. David Peters of Mrs. Dolly Kunig visited her
/ Bushel 4.00: P.M. Fellowship MYF( ) is having a birth of a daughter Cynthia Keystone Heights and Mrs. sister Miss Pat Lamb, at *i
Pancake Breakfast Easter deAnn, born March 30 in Mary Melton of Raiford. Daytona Beach last !Monday :}
EASTER : Canvases Are Free morning in Fellowship Hall Alachua General Hospital to Wednesday. '
: starting at 8 a m. following the Mrs. Pruitt is the former Mrs. Merle Mardis is J!
BASKET With 6 Ply A. Rya Yarn Community Easter Service. Patricia Moser of Starke. leaving Thursday to visit her !Mrs. Mildred Patterson! has :
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. returned to her home in Kane,
Donations are $1.50. The Maternal grandmother is .t.I
SEAFOOD SPECIALS-! public is invited to attend. Mrs. Callie Buller of Kingsley and Mrs. L.D. Dibble in Pa. after a months visit with -
FREE Knitting Classes Lake. Paternal grandparentsare Seattle, Wash., after eight Mrs. A.J. Barry and !Mr. and It f
FRESH WATER FLOUNDER -.--+-a Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pruittof months visit with Miss Madge !Mrs. F.H. Kramer.
SCALLOPS BREAM Will Begin Lake City. Middleton.
FILLETS Mr. and Mrs Henry Mr. and Mrs. Tullie Norman
I!99 Thursday April 14, 1977 Thomson of Monticello were Mr. and Mrs. Denton DeVoeof Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Milner.Jr. have had as visitors Bert
$2 $1 19LB. $199 Saturday overnight guests of Starke announce the birthof have moved from 318 Red Wiggins of Jacksonville on "
LB. i J, LB.Norman's 10:00: A.AA. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Womack. a son, Denton Edward grave street to 1003 E. Call Saturday and Mrs. Grace -;
DeVoe, II, born March 18 in Street. llarvile and daughter and 'i{
Please Register Now Mrs. Beryl Key and Miss Alachua General Hospital. A.T. Tillis of Tampa on
Farm Elise Knapp of Melbournewere Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Sunday.Mr. .
Instructor weekend guests of Miss Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clemons. Whittington and daughter,
Madge Middleton and Mrs. Paternal grandparents are Mary, of Martinsburg, W. Va. and Mrs. Joe Allensappand
Produce & Mrs. Judy Brown Merle Mardis. Mr.and Mrs. Smith DeVoe, all were Saturday overnight family spent the weekendin
of Starke. guests of Rev and Mrs. West Palm Beach visiting '

Seafood Market The Magic NeedleJ5J7BessenfRoad George Harper. relatives.

You Are Invited To Mrs. W.H. Hart, Mrs. Edith Charles Francis and
617 Christiansen and Mrs. Dora children visited his mother.
N. Temple 964 6071
Beasley were in New Orleans, Mrs. Ernest Francis in
Starke, Florida La.Sunday toThursday of last Woodbury, Tenn. Sunday to
am pnt S week to attend the funeral of Wednesday.Jim .
Mon Sat.. 964-5149 964.6300 Mrs. Christiansen's son-in-
law, Joseph Keating. Mrs. !McLendon of Blowing
Services In Our New Church Christiansen remained in New Rock N.C. spent Monday "
Orleans. night of last week with his .

/lUOffltLL\ ( ( ) / \ ==JJ InI0( m S Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Smith of parents McLendon, Mr, while and Mrs.enroute R.P. .

EASTER SUNDAY Williston were Sunday visitorsof home from a business trip to .
Mr. and Mrs. Marc Miami.

200 Pine St Crystal Lake Starke Fla. Jackson.
Miss Madge Middleton and
Dale Haas the week. Merle!Mardis visited Mr. :
R O. Box 412 spent Mrs.
( MlJ Hope Baptist Church end with Randy Chitty and and Mrs. II.11 Hinson at "
Stan Reddish in Tampa. Homasassa Springs last

8 Mi. S. Of Starke, HiwaJ 100 Thursday.
Large Family Special Bedrooms Mrs. Charles Fink and
children of Green Cove I
Springs visited her mother,
f "* I Sunday School 10 A.M. Mrs. Ella Moody on Monday Lemon juice is very effectivefor
removing stains on
Morning Worship 11 A.M. Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Reddish fingers.
and Mrs. P.D. Reddish visited
Evening Worship 7:15: P.M. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reddish in
MIt Pensacola and Mr. and Mrs. E== NO :I )

M Greg Tyler in Dothan, Ala.
Rev. Merle Packham Pastor "A 'No averts seventy
from Friday to Tuesday. troubles." Indian Proverb

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LawteyClean-Up Day Set Dolores Meng regular monthly meeting on and Mrs. Pat Murner and By Elizabeth, Terry Phone 782-J300
Phone 468-1913 Tuesday. April 12 at 7:30: p.m. Dolly, Marty Hhoden, Mr. and
in the City Hall. Mrs. Francis Meng, and Mr. Thursday and Mrs.
Sparking much enthusiasm, If public response! warrantsit CongratulationsHappy The Hampton Senior and Mrs. Wallace Collins. CIIURCII ACTIVITIES Laura Baptist: Sunday Doris guest on Harrison of Jackson-
Marshall Jordan advised this could become a regular Worship Services -
Citizens will hold their next School News School 10 a.m.; visited her on Saturday
Law ley City Council service, since some residents Birthday to Mrs. meeting on Friday, April 15, 7p.m. Church of GodSunday 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.; ville .
materials have been cannot otherwise dispose of Orville Brookins who cele- in the Hall. Meeting Wednesday at morning.Mrs.
City Mrs. Ernestine Denmark, School 10 a.m.; Worship Ser Prayer Elsie Norman
purchased to begin making up rubbish of this type. brated on March 30 with her Attendance at their April 1 5th grade teacher, is doing vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; 7:30: p.m. returned home Monday from
street signs for all Lawtey city In further action, the Baptist-
family.On boosted Northslde
meeting was by Mr. well following surgery at Prayer Meeting Wednesday Bradford County Hospitalafter
streets in the very near future. Council: the writeup about Kad and Mrs. Joe .Kerrigan of North Florida Regional 7:30: p.m.; YPE Friday 7:30: Sunday School 10 a.m'i; being hospitalized with
Street signs have been Was advised by City Watterson's 90th Services 11 a.m. and
birthday Starke who plan to attend a Hospital on March 28. Miss Worship
p.m. We are happy to
requested repeatedly by fire Attorney Richard Welty that celebration the names of the in Tallahassee Claudette 7 Prayer Meeting pneumonia.
and legislative meeting Peterson, Bradford Evergreen Baptist- p.m.; that she is better.
department personnel annexation to the City couldbe following guests were un- soon. High and U. of Fla. graduate, Sunday School 10 a.m. ; Wednesday at 7 p.m. report Futch of Jacksonville
several residents. Jordan and Terry
accomplished by petition of intentionally omitted: Mrs. The Adult Sunday School
teaching during her Worship Services 11 a.m. and by to his
Councilman John Robertson property owners, as a follow- Aelean Moore, Mrs. Louise 4-11 Winners absence. 7 TU 6 Prayer Class of the church enjoyed a Beach stopped
have been assigned the task of information p.m.; p.m.; aunt, Miss Elizabeth Terry,
up to on prison Ward, Mrs. Lois Brown and Meeting Wednesday at 7 supper at the church on
p.m. business in this
seeing this project through to annexation. Mrs. TF. Brown from Among members of the Spelling Bee Faith Baptist Radio Friday night. while on aea
completion. Learned about window Hampton. They all had a Hampton 4-H Club winningprizes Program on WPXE 8 a.m. on The church will sponsor an on Friday.
Councilman Ben McCulley, damage to the police car whena wonderful day! at the Bradford County Mrs. Carole Shields Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m.; Easter Sunrise Service at the Sincere sympathy is extended of the to
streets chairman, has prisoner being taken to the Fair were: Doll Waters who accompanied her sixth grade Worship Services 11 a.m. and Church Sunday at 6 a.m. community' and
proclaimed Saturday, April 9, county jail kicked out the Congratulations to Mrs. was awarded Sweepstakesprize students, Teresa Bauldreeand 7:30: Prayer Meeting Everybody is invited. Re- Mrs. Milo Smith family
LAWTEY CLEAN-UP DAY. p.m.; of the death of her
window. Janet Brownlee who receivedher for her Nut Pound freshments will be served. because
Cake Darla Roberts, to parti-- Wednesday, 7:30: p.m.
City collection will be made Voted to repair the bridge G.E.D. the church will husband, Milo Smith, who
diploma from the and Dolly Murner, blue ribbon cipate in the County Spelling Grace United Methodist Sunday night,
Saturday for rubbish, trash, beside the railroad tracks Bradford Vo Tech School on winner for her hand crocheted Bee in Starke on March 31. Sunday School 9:43: a.m.; show a film "The Thief in theNight" passed away Thursday
tree limbs, and discarded when the railroad disclaimed March 25. She is continuing purse. Congratulations! Although they didn't end up in Worship Services 11 a.m. and at 7 p.m. morning.
household items. Phillips week
Councilman spent a
ownership. her business education study Airman E3 Stanley top place, it was a unique 7 p.m.; Choir Practice 7 p.m.; St. John's Missionary Danny
McCulley requested that Tabled until the next in hopes of obtaining em- Benckowsky who Is with the experience for them, reciting MYF 7:45: on Wednesdaynight. Baptist Sunday School 10 with his sister Mrs. Fate
residents assist of Macon Ga. and
Redd ,
garbage meeting consideration that ployment along that line. U.S. Navy is home on a 20 day before a large audience and a.m.; Worship Services 11
collector Bud Barber when raises be granted to Marshall second and mother, Mrs. O.J. Phillips. He
leave visiting relatives and speaking before a micro- The church honored their a.m. on
necessary to load bulky or Jordan and Patrolman Shower Sundays Band and his mother returned homeon
fourth Prayer
friends. He has many in- phone. They also returned District Superintendent and ;
unusually heavy items on the Carter, giving council teresting accounts to give of with Certificates, and Teresawas his wife with a covered dish Mondays at noon. Thursday morning. Mrs.
truck. Collection will be from members time to review the Susie Powell bride elect of Missionary Phillips spent two months
his life aboard the USS Enterprise awarded a lovely medal supper. Dr. and Mr. C. Smyrna
-. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. budget. ., April 16, was honored at a He also has served in for her participation. They Durward McDonell are good Baptist Sunday School 10 with her. Elizabeth. ,
-' miscellaneous shower on Kenya, Hawaii, the Philli- enjoyed lunch at MacDonald'sas friends of our church and are a.m.; Worship Services 11 Miss Terry
TRAVEL ADVENTURE ;; : March 31 given by Gloria ppines and Australia working a treat of their teacher. working continually for the a.m. and 7 p.m.; BTS 5:45: visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert
EDUCATIONSee Hatcher, Linda Kay Johns, much of the time on heli- April Fool's Day was best interests of our church. p.m. ; Prayer Meeting Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Irwin
." r Mary Redding and Marian copters. He tells of being enjoyable for the students who Following the supper Dr. Wednesday at 7 p.m. Wicks on Friday morning.Mrs. .
Chief Kelly US Navy -- Douglas in Starke: Mae Wells and Miss
Among rescued following a fuel line were sucessful in tricking McDonell brought the
Recruiting Station Starke honored guests were her malfunction in his Arthurine Blanchard visited
In German mythology, the helicopterafter their friends. They especially message.On .
Monday 10 AM. Til 2 P.M. giants will come to battle the mother, Mrs. Evelyn Powell, spending about two enjoyed lunchtime when Mrs. Maundy Thursday, at 7 Law ley Fire DepartmentThe her sister Miss Enza
Bradford Square 3'' 10-1.1 gods on a. boat made from her grandmother, Mrs. hours in the ocean. He has en- Blonnie Derkman gave them p.m., your Pastor will conductthe Blanchard of Baker County
fingernails! Evelyn Vaughan of Hampton, joyed many of his encountersin all special Easter cake decorated Holy Communion (Lord's regular drillmeetingwill Nursing Home at Macclenny.
the prospective groom's foreign countries and feels with coconut and Supper( The Choir under the be next Tuesday, April 12, on Thursday afternoon.Mrs. .
mother, Mrs. Nella McGee, especially fond of the candy eggs. direction of Mrs. Judy Becker at 7:30: p m. at the firehouse.All Tom Whaley and
IN I !grandmothers of the groom, Austrailians who were very Brandi Wyrick came to will sing one of the great interested men are daughters of Tampa and
and Mrs. Josephine Fontaineof friendly and invited him into school on March wearing an hymns of the Church, "What cordially invited to join and Starke, and Danny Luke, !Mrs.
V", Hampton. their homes for meals and arm sling as a result of falling Wondrous Love Is This." participate in this very important Maines Griffis and daughter
I entertainment. Stanley from the monkey bar on the Saturday afternoon at 2 function. The fire Mary, and Mrs. Denny Griffis
LYou're Meetings brought home some In- playground. p.m. an Easter Egg Hunt will department will be there when and daughter of Palatka were
teresting souvenirs including Stephen Spell, another sixth be held on the Church Lawn. you need it, but will you be Sunday dinner guests of their
The Hampton City Councilis handmade wooden mugs, wall grader, was rushed to Each child will bring a basket there when it needs you?? mother, Mrs Nellie
invited to our BIG scheduled to hold their hangings, carved ivory and Alachua General Hospital on and 3 colored eggs. There will be big things Wilkinson, and sister. Mrs.
jewely. He will be leaving for March 30 when he tripped and Easter Sunday happening in 1977 with all area Daisy Boch.
San Diego at the conclusion of fell on his arm breaking his Appropriate Sermon and fire departments, so join now Mr. and :Mrs. Charles
his leave. wrist in three places. Music. The Pastor will preachon so you can be in on them. Harper and their mother
ODQa( aO[!J :?((3 Dance Set Sat. Everyone was happy to see the Resurrection and the !Mrs. Gene Griffin, of
Hampton Lake Principal Connie Clark backat Choir will sing the Anthem, Personals: Wauchula, visited their
school on !March 30 after "The Angels Rolled the Stone grandmother, Mrs. C.H.
At New Armory Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng left being hospitalized for a freak Away." :Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Crews, on Saturday morning.
for Toledo, Ohio, on March 30 accident. United Methodist Women Monday to Wednesday with Other guests were her son-in-
D&B Feed.And Farm Supply to attend the funeral of Mrs. met at the church Tuesdaywith her sister, !Mrs. C.E. law and daughter. Mr. and
A dance will be held this Clara !Mouch, Ruth's mother. SchoolIenu: 12 present, with Mrs. Strickland of Gainesville. Mrs. Tommy Clayton and
Saturday night, April 9,8 p.m. Among those attending the George Roberts, Sr., While there she also visited Tom of Jacksonville were
Miff too s.ititAcrtu to midnight, at the Starke opening of the Zodiac MONDAY- Barbequid .beet on bun presiding. Mrs. Frank Coss her nieces, Mrs. Don Mrs. Crews Saturday dinner
Armory featuring James Restaurant in Waldo operatedby terramoan and cabbaq salad' 'trench gave the Devotional. After the Parceluzzl, Mrs. Joe Bason guests. They attended I the
FrtM PlMliartt OrteirfAlTDay Revels and the Country Mr. and Mrs. William trios TUESDAYChc..n, pineapple upitdfl-down, with,cake noodlei.muitard milk.. business meeting( the meeting and Miss Strickland. Bradford County Fair in the
Playboys.The Bauldree on April 2 were: greens apple crisp cornbread adjourned. The next meetingwill !Mr. and Mrs. James Anders afternoon.
Mrs. Mary Overholser, Mr. milk. be held April 17 at the and son and Gary Bacon of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Wicks
admission is $2.50 stag and Mrs. Connie Clark and WEDNESDAYBologn. cup home of Mrs Judy Becker. Palatka spent the weekend of Fort Edward :N.Y. re
and $5 drag, set ups will be family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry these fruit, cup with biscuit macaroni, milk.,' tossed salad' Highland Baptist Sunday with their mother, !Mrs O.J. turned to their home Saturday
available Wadsworth and family. Mr. THURSDAY- Sliced turkey School 10 a m.; Worship Services Anders. Other guests were after having spent a w eek w nil
8A M 6 P.M. dressing and gravy sweet peas, strawberry II a m. .; Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Ray of their parents, Mr. and :Mrs
shortcake. roil., milk..
1t'ednesday Albert Hall here.
.-Ik JL "'" FRIDAY- Fish buttered grits, coleslaw Pra Meeting: at Astor on Wednesday a.m.Mrs.
----- hush puppies. peaches, milk. 7:30: p m. G.L. Sapp was her' dinner J.R. DeVore came homo
from Bradford County
SATURDAY Hospital on Tuesday and is
m Fuqua's New Mobile Office To Be In Starke Today feeling a lot belter.
Mrs. Wyolene Day and

April i 9th Much like a circuit rider. hearing face-to-face the views After an initial lour of the Saturday Keith of Jacksonville'were guests of her
Don has
Congressman Fuqua
counties the mobile
and concerns of the people in office will
mother :Mrs. Lucille T lve.
PROTECT YOUR CAR VAN CAMPER, MOTORHOME WITH initiated the service of a our district and in also helping continue through the districton and brother-in-law and sister
mobile office to the
TRANSMISSION people in the serve Second assist in unraveling their a regular basis.In :Mr. and :Mrs. D.R. Brown and
10 Baby Chicks To ftGiven .MICROTEST OIL COOLERt"t Congressional I District. problems with the fedt'ralgO'l'rnnH'nt the 1850s. American Cynthia. All of them went to
to This mobile
: fRE f .. The service !to be initiated school children usually had the fair on Saturday night.
Amy Every Hoar Stop heat damage to your J .rr today Thursday.( l\prI17)> will ulficc will" give us that oppor to make their own pens by :Mrs. James BomlR.Irs.: .
transmission. Double its life.l be in Starke from !9-10 a.m tunity. Fuqua added. sharpening goosequills with Frank Camp and :Mrs. Gene
PURINA *. Easy installation. -- Tuesday, April 12. and in Lake Kuqua said he would be in a penknife, and often made Pearson attended the District
::: . . 53495'rJlIfIJJfS' --:-= ... Butler 1OlI-II()::! ) ::30 a m. All his mobile olfice as often as ink at home from powders, 3 Professional omen's 'Iub
. . STARKE MOTOR PARTS visits will be near the Courthouse possible line and that he would dyes, berries, or from :Meeting at Ramtree Inn in
a member of his staff
.155 W Brownlee St Starke. 964.8060Tbgetherness in the respective steeped bark of swamp Jacksonville on SaturdayMrs.
making visits when that
counties. not possible. maple, according to "We : Lissie Starling ul
"The increasing number of Americans," the National Jacksonville is spending sometime '
problems being presented to "This is a new concept in Geographic with her daughter.( : ,.
is nice. Washington office and our !service brought about by the history of the .Elsie: :Norman.
two district offices points out fuel we serve all or part of 23 United: States. :Major; and :Mrs. James
clearly the need lor such of Florida's 67 counties. It's a National Dougherty and sons, ul
But two service in a district as large as big district and there are Society Geographic Vukiosta. Ga.; spent the
ours," Fuqua said. "Olten our many problems on which weekend with their parents.!
bathroomswould government representativeslose people need and deserve l Inn I'TA bulletin: "lord, ('01. and :Mrs. William \\ ilson
...- touch with the people, added attention. This w ill give us an" .give. nitthe I wisdom i to seemy :Mrs Hussell Lines and,
(their problems and real opportunity said. to do that, children us, the neigh daughter.( Jacquilme.
concerns. We are interested in Fuqua bors see t them" turned to Sumter S.I iillerspending
two weeks with I the
better. \\ ilsons.
:Michele Lee of Jacksonville
CHRISTIAN DAY SCHOOL spent a week with her grand 1-
parents Mr. and :Mrs. Gene
i Pearson.Mr. .
Plans are under way for the : and Mrs. licrmie Kell
ke r visited their brother and
I beginning of a Christian Day Schoolat sister-in-law, :Mr. and 1 :Mrs.

Pine Level Baptist Church 31/ Cecil Lake Sunday Whitehead of last of Kingsley\\eek.

miles west of Starke on Highway, :Miami:Miss spent Kimberly thewmkendwith Hill of

100. We need to hear from parents :Miss: Holnn. I

who may be interested in their .daughter.:Malone of Augusta.:Mrs. (;la Klliolt:, and

t l 9 niece :'III'S.lara Khinc IIf
a'l children
I] attending. For information {'larkshill! I .stoppedIn li>
see her nephew. Gene;
phone 964-8877, 964-7056, 964- Pearson .on Sllurd,1Tht'\
6490 were on I heir way homo from
t or write to Post Office Box 596 Disney World Orlando.

') Starke. :Mr.:and :Mrs. llermic Kelly
a' Information
will be avail- attended the :Milo :Smith>

'. f f;,: / ;; -c 1l able without obligation so phone or funeral Guests; on Sunday:Mr. and
xr write Prevail on Wednesday at noon
.- soon. Evening calls will also were :Mrs. Florence'Thomas

rf be welcomed. and sister. :Mrs. Ruby
I t { Thomas, of Jacksonville.Mrs. .
'\ : Sheri Griffis and Carla
.. of :New t Orleans, l-i w ill spend
sometime with her grandparents 1-
$ :'Ilr.m1t1Irs.: II I.

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:; ;, ., children of Orange Park. :Mr.

: a Bradford Citizens and :Mrs. Dan Thompson.,
''j I ? /,< County Kevin and 1 Urian. and :Mr. and

4 1c'- ..."t !Mrs. Henry Scott! of Jacksonville
Ir1' !; :Mr. and :Mrs.'Hewsie'

,, rf rfr Colson. :Mrs. Tom ('(11'1.\'. :Mrs.
I Ir.
rl{ "/. Since Termination Of My Employment With Sawyer Slade Gas I Have Kldon: I Hardcc. and :Mr.Arthur

,r. .... McHaeof Siarke. and PastorF.dgar
j jI Decided To Open My Own' Repair Business : Wilkinson llolhsler.
I were guests of :Mr. and :Mrs
Fred M.ore'er the w eckcml
q !Mr. and! Mrs Russell Green;
of Brooker \'hlitl'dlr: : timid
Expert Courteous Service At Reasonable. Price
.. !Mrs Carl Prevail on Sunday.
j nftermwm.

WIth The Owner Having.. Personal Contact With The .....,:. Jflrs.:Mrs.! Pierce Onie.(Crew Thnrnton attended and<

o an Easter: Program at First

.. (Tirislian! 'hurch i on S mda\:
VVb're making home improvement loans now so you won't have to leave the For All Your Repair Needs Call night Mrs.in Siarke.

house love just because theres traffic the hall Hobert Ice spent
you a jam in every morning; Thursday with her brother

D.rrnr4.r.Uwksekpltc..p1t. ............ LOH ELECTRICAL & REFRIGERATION David Peterson in Baptist
Hospital where ho underwent
Florida Bank at Starke open heart ...urjlt'r1'1....
r 8a Hank Lo" 468.1197 Hampton Fla. surgery was xucrrsxf'iil. :Mr
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April?. 1977 'frELEGRAI'll PageS :

BHS Whips SA Nine 12-6, Loses To Bishop KennyBowing I

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14-9 to powerful Tornado student body when the 10-hit attack of the Kitchens for the first BITS run. load the bases a fourth time, With Kilby, who had walked, Jimmy Prevatt,. who also off batter :Jackson Prevatt I
Bishop Kenny of Jacksonville, they will host Gainesville Tornadoes, although St. Richard Hall then smasheda but the third out came when on second and Hall on third had a good day at the plate, was admitted on an error,
14-3 on the season, BHS Eastside. Augustine also had 10 hits. SA single between third and Jeffery Norman flew out to Jim Prevatt walked to loadthe going 2-for-4 with four RBI's, Mike Kitchens singled, and !
baseballers broke even in this fell victim to the Tornadoesfor short, which plated Jeffery center field. bases. Hall scored on banged his second RBI singleon Kenny Aycox doubled to bat in I
week's play with a 12-6 win BUS 12 SA 6 the second time this Norman and Charlie Revel, SA came back to 5-6 in the Jackson Prevatt's RBI singlefor which Jockel and Hall Prevatt. Jeffery Norman was
,Monday over St. Augustine for season, improving the BUS and tied the game 3-3. top of the fifth inning, scoring run number nine.The next scored, and Kilby moved to admitted on an error, and I
an over-all 4-8 season mark to Exploding for six runS in the baseball record 48. With Jockel on second and two runs on a single, a double, three BITS batters were third and scored on Jackson Jockel doubled to bring home
date! third inning for a lead they Down 3-0(), BHS exploded for Hall on first, Kilby stroked a and an error. retired with the bases loaded. Prevatt's sacrifice fly. Norman and Aycox. Then .-
a week off for Spring never relinquished Bradford six runs in the bottom of the single up the middle to load BHS responded with three SA still showed life with a SA had two singles but Richard Hall singled to score
break BUS baseballers will High baseballers went 12-6 by third. Mike Kitchens led off the bases again. Just like runs of its own in the bottom of run in the top of the sixth to didn't score in the top of the Jockel.
return to action Monday, April St. Augustine, winning their and walked, then Kenny Hall, Jim Prevatt lined-a Hbl the fifth to make the score 95. close to 69. seventh, ending the game Kenny added two runs in the
11in Macclenny in a 7:30: p m. fourth game of the season on Aycox flew out to right field single between third and Charlie Revel led off with a fourth when Marion was hit bya
game against Baker High. the BHS diamond Monday for the first out. Then with short, which allowed l Jockel walk and moved to third on BUS put the game away in pitch and R. Warren
The following day (Tuesday, afternoon, April 4. Kitchens on first and one out, and Hall to score with runs Jeffery Jockel's towering the bottom of the sixth with followed with his second
April 12) BUS returns home to Jackson Prevatt picked up BUS had eight straight batters 'number four and five, makingit double to left field. Revel three more to make the final BISIIOP KENNY 13-BII9 homer of the day off Jockel. ,
playa 1 p.m. game before, the his first win of the year behind reach base safely. 53. scored and Jockel moved to score 126. With one out Bradford lidded one run in the ;
Jeffery Norman was Jackson Prevatt then third when Richard Hall, who Jeffery Jockel got his secondhit Bishop Kenny raided bottom of the fourth when .,
admitted on an error and walked to load the bases a had three hits in four at-bats of the day, a single to left. Tornado pitching for 14 runs Jackson Prevatt walked and .
Charlie Revel singled to load third time. Kilby scored the and three RBI's, drove a line Richard Hall followed with last Thursday, March 31, in scored on back to back singles '
the bases. With one out and sixth BUS run, making it 6-3, single to left. another single and Dinky handing the Bradford High by Kenny Aycox and Jeffery
the bases loaded Jeffery on Mike Kitchens' fly ball to Jockel scored BITS run Kilby walked to load the nine its eighth loss of the Norman, leaving the score at
David CarterPaces Jockel walked, forcing in center field. Aycox walked to number eight on a wild pitch. bases.Starke's season, 149. 8.13.
The Crusaders jumped our Bradford make it 9-13 in the
front 6-0 in the top of the firston bottom of the fifth when
BHSIn Track MeetDavid four hits and two walks off shortstop Dinky Kilby doubled
Bradford starter Jeffery and scored on Jackson
Misfits Finish Second In Jockel, climaxed by a three- Prevatfs lUll single. Kenny
Carter's 11'i' points The BUS 880-yard relay run homer by R. Warren. made it 14-9 in the sixth when
paved Bradford High thin- team of Marvin Tyson, Isaiha 14-3 on the season, the 1"'. Bailey tripod and scored on
clads to a strong second with Jenkins, t Martin. Slocum and powerful Crusaders pounded M. Marion's RBI single
78'i': points behind winning Floyd Williams posted a Gainesville Umpires TourneyThe away at BHS for three more Jockel went all the way for
Clay High's 85 and with West winning time of t::36.5, Just 2- runs in the second, two in the BITS taking his fifth loss
Nassau High a distant third 10th second faster than Clay third, 2 in the fourth, and one against one win.
with 36 points in a tri-meet High. Misfits of Starke came of Gainesville 116. Steve Cox for the progressive young club Merchants again, going down in the sixth.Closest. Aycox went two-tor-three at J.
Tuesday afternoon March 29, in second behind the High began the evening's hitting by and they Joined the other for a score of 1613. Tommy Bradford for Bradford with a :
in Green Cove Springs. BUS was also strong in the Sorincs Merchants in the bombing a 2-run homer with teams in the losers' bracket. Wise and David Bennett had baseballers could come was a singe and a double. Mike r
200-yard dash with three First Annual Gainesville Tommy Wise on base. David Tommy Wise helped to put one round-tripper each. five run outburst in the bottomof Kitchens went 2-for-5 with a
Carter won the 440-yard placing. Marvin Sanders was Umpires Tournament in Bennett connected on a homerto some type of score on the card David Bennett collected the the third, which closed the single and a home run. Kilby .
dash in 52.6 seconds with B US' second in 24.5, Slocum was Gainesville over the past make it a two home run for the Misfits by going 4for5at (Home-Run trophy in the score to 7-11, Bradford batted went 2-for-4 at the plate with a
Esau Bright finishing secondat third in 25.5 and Avery Shell week- game. Randall Thomas the plate. Only four homers tourney with seven homers. around getting four hits. Lead single and a double. JLiquid
54.2. Carter placed secondin fourth in 25.5: The Badcock Furniture rounded out the evenings were collected for this game, Bennett was awarded an -.. f t
the high jump, going 5'8" team of Starke was also hitting by going 4-for-4 at the crediting David Bennett with aluminum bat in respect for
was fourth in the 100-yard After the Bradford relays participating. plate for the Misfits. three and pitcher Fred his hitting power.In -
dash in 10.7 and anchored the Saturday, Tornado runners Action for the Misfit club Saturday morning saw the Wheeler with one. accordance with their k- \
winning BUS/ mile relay team will be idle over the Easter began on Friday evening Misfits playing against the Playing out of the losers' policy, the Misfits draw a .
which posted its best time of vacation week. Next action when they met and defeatedthe Westwood Hills Church of God bracket in the blistering sun, name from their sponsors in
the season to date at 3:33.5.A : will be Wednesday, April 13.Girl's Tri-Graphic Printing club team, defeating the firm the Misfits met and matchedthe order to see which sponsor
hitting team 1613. No homers Ridgeview church team, will be awarded the trophy .
million Irishmen died were collected in this game sending them home with a they receive for playing. The
from starvation and disease but veteran pitcher Fred score of 1310. Donald Wheeler first trophy the Misfits won in
during the Irish potato !' Softball Tea m Romps EHS Wheeler slammed in five runs and David Bennett collected 1977 can be seen at Teal Tile
famine from 1845 to 1849, for the Starke team. Wheeler honors for three homers, two and Carpet, awarded by Fred
National Geographic Bradford High School girls' shot over the East'side center and Manager David Bennett for Wheeler, one for Bennett Wheeler (who wears the Chicken
says. softball team went 12-0() over fielder for .a single and shared the honors of high Wayne Harper led the scoring TT&C sponsorship lettering on
Kastsicle; /High School of Murphy hit to center field for hitting by going 4-for 5 at the drive, going 3-for-4 for the his jersey) and Mgr. David
Gainesville after biz inningsof another single. Dyal hit a line plate. game. Bennett. The trophy for this
Buss TourneySet play at Starke's Westside drive through first base for a Playing on into the Being sure of a second place week-end will go to Florida FertilizerDelivered
Park. single and to bring Jenkins in afternoon, the Misfits came up trophy, the Misfits met the undefeated Bank at Starke, being
7 on the only run of the inning. against the Badcock team of High Springs presented by David Bennett
May The Undefeated BHS soft- Furniture team of Starke, & Spread For You ..:
boilers went 9-8 by Hawthorne The BHS softball team slipping the furniture men into
On Santa Fe Thursday March 31, for their scored five runs in the bottomof the losers' bracket by a score MIKE MITCHELLVAR !
fifth win of the season. the sixth to put the lid on of 128. Five Misfits clobberedthe $100p 468-1985
Kastside's defeat leaves the Eastside 12-0 for their sixth ball for homers beginningwith HElL LINCOLN MERCURY INC. rTon
The! Santa Fe Bass
Open girls at fi-0 for the season. win, Johnson singled past the a round-tripper by Steve
Draw Tournament, sponsoredby short-stop. Murphy singled to Cox, .followed by David 2201 N Main St Gainesville Fla. 6 Tons To The Truck .
the Santa Fe Club
Bass is The BUS/ girls' softball team left field to put runners first Bennett Fred Wheeler, Fla, i
slated Saturday, May 7, atBuddy's will take on Live Oak and second Coltrane doubled Randall Thomas, and Donald -. ,..!..', ...1 f W.A. Prevatt Hampton, TI,
Fe.Participation Landing. on Lake Thursday night, April 7, at 7 through second base to score "J.J." Wheeler. a nroCTTi 372-4251
Santa 372.4251I
p m to try for their seventhwin two BUS runs Dyal walked to Helping themselves to the I
in the of t the season. put runners on first and only other team in the I I
tournament is open to anyone second, and Hudson singled to winners' bracket, the High
Cars More
For !
"More People
18 years or older Entrancefee In the bottom of the first, load the bases for BHS. Springs Merchants, the I1SllIr j jo
is S:r per person. The fee Sylvia Jenkins walked on four Parrish hit a hard triple to Misfits fell to the bats of the Than /I I1fl IJ/p!
and application form must be straight balls. Johnson got on bring in the last three runs of Merchants, losing by a score Else"T,
received by 5 p.m. May 6. base via an Eastside error by the day. of 24-16. Errors. ruled the dayS: Inlon\e\ Trullt In
Prizes, based on a the left fielder. Francis wth In
Tide ele. E8CFh .;;: And Fath
maximum of 80 entrants, Coltrane followed with a May This Futur8
from$350 for first Goodness 01 Lite
range place three-run BUS homer. .. ..The n UsTris
down' to $35:) for 20th place. t ... .., ..... SPUiiuslpdroreas, Sa+stAt .. :
These prues will be adjusted In the bottom of the fourth "
according to the number of Jenkins connected on a long
entrants. Eighty percent of k:=. PmHUfor
entry fees go to prizes with the NOTICEAll POTTED
club retaining 20 percent.
Any boat, 14 feet or longer, : Easter
may be used provided that it is
not an airboat, barge or
similar type boat. Trolling as LILLIES

a method of fishing will not be LORI DAT r .r_. J $499 ,
Scoring will be determinedby Mobile Home Owners 'l ;4 3-5 Blooms i
pounds and ounces. Only E TER .#" 'f .
largemouth Bass will be STARKEThurs
weighed There will be a 10 ; MUMS
Bass limit and a 12 inch Fri Sat Sun fi ,1 $399
minimum length per bass. ) Colors

The be determined tournament by winners the total will "Hiding Place"PG( ) Effective April 11, ;: ?

weight of the bass they weigh 4-; HYDRANGEA
during the tournament day.

posted Fishing partners May 6 will be at 0 iv All Mobile Homes Without Tags :I/ Single $4 99 Three $699

approximately 7 p m.Ties will TAR Bloom Bloom
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the Tournament Officials. Fri Sat
All live fish will be returnedto
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Magee! TELEGRAPH April 7.1977

BHS Golf Team Splits 2 Matches, Beats Live Oak, Bows To Forest

Bradford School the match as Tornado scores 41, for the Chris Yancyof stroke lead. 46-42. to furnish Winkler 40-46. Lee Casey :
"Had a bad day, com- the High game. second loss. finished in the number four;
mented Coach Warney golfers at the Forest Course ballooned. the Forest team beat BUS with Its strokes position going ll-over-par
took 10 to'
Adkinson as the Ocala Forest Thursday, March 31, with Top Tornado Richard Gaines out by one stroke to Wade Winkler Ocala shoot a 47 for the match. Tom: I
Golf team went 17 strokes by BUS going down 180-163 for Gaines led off in the numberone take him 40 for the day. over par 36, against s went for Butscher took Casey coming-
position going 5-over-par Burt Yancy went by BHS'Scott Tom Croggs.for Crag the day to take home with a fine 41. 1
Roberts with a four 4-over-par
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l Bradford Bassmasters will Black bass have been kindof have their April tournamentat
a have as their guest a group of scarce. Lochloosa and Orange ;
boys from the Florida Sheriffs Bobby Allen Eddy Bryan Lakes April 30. TIlE AMAZING
Boys Ranch of Live Oak. The and I fished in Santa Fe Last
outing is to begin at Rodman week. We landed only 5 bass. Bass Wishes
Pool April 9, with fishing to Bradford Bassmasters will Neil Crawford
begin at 4 a.m.

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so the boys will have more GAINESVILLE ig&-'.-- STARKEWAYNE 1 1.j
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been landing some nice' KINNEY :
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4 tk Chrissy says they landed 24 SINCE 1969 '
ft stripers in two days that CONTRACTOR 1 ,
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Union High School; Mike get away from the wall-
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Perry led the Tigers to an and have the installerput I I LIBBY'S I
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Russ Porter of Keystone selection of qua lity. iwinmi tiu
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I April 7.1977 TELEGRAPH Pane

Adams' 136 Wins Strawberry Tourney I II

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r rI Bill Adams of Starke shot an Mims, a young veteran of for another bogie, but bounced with a 70-71-141, five strokes 76-72-148; 2)) Steve Beckett, Starke 64-64-16-128; 3)
eight under par 68-68-136 to the summer Junior Golf Tour back again offthe winning pace. Jack Palatka 75-7S-131; 3) Doug Michael Kotys, Palatka, 67-
win his fourth straight Straw moved up from seventh in 1975 The championship flight of Rountree veteran Lake City Miller, Palatka, 76-77-153. 67-17-134; 4)) Charlie Flynn.
MOBILE HOME berry Golf Tournament to second this year, equalingthe 30 players indicated there was golfer, shot a 73-68'-141 to Starke, 68-66-15-134; 5)
championship by three defending champion's 1975 a strong field on the Starke equal McDonough's score for SECOND FLIGHT Donald Thomas, Palatka, 72-
strokes over close challengerBritt score.; Golf and Country Club course fourth place. 67-13-139; 6)) Mack Hurray
I; c jWf 'UpAnchored Mims of Gainesville who Admas was hot Saturdaywith this weekend, according to Fifth place went to I 1)) George Deckman, Gainesville, 69-66\ ; -14-135; 7)
shot 7069139. a four-under-par 68. lie Pro Herb Her res. Palatka's Ronnie Tumlin at Jacksonville, 73-79-152; 2)) Charles llolcomb. Keystone,
Adams bettered 'his 1976 was hot and cold Sunday on "They were all capable 7270142. )In 6th place was Gary Alvarez, Middleburg, 74- 70-67-15-137; 8)) John Beitler,
performance by three strokes the final 18 holes. He bogied players" said Herres. A Bob Meyer Gainesville 74- 78-152; 3)) John Pastorie Keystone, 70-68-13-138; 9))
in winning his first major area Number 9 hole but a birdie capacity field of 120 golfers 79-143; seventh, Tim Wahl Gainesville,75-79-154: ; 4)) Ken Delano Thomas, Starke, 72-
I I II tournament of the season. brought him back to four competed. Gainesville, 69-71-143; Werick, Jacksonville, 76-80 67-13-139; 10)) lluntley
Last year Adams shot 70-69- under. On Number 14, Adams In third place was Bill eighth Kelly Reese, Ocala,73- 156: 5)) Don Glickstien, Redfearn, Keystone, 67-72:
I 139. knocked the ball out of bounds McDonough, Jacksonville 71 ::144; ninth, John Fearney, Jacksonville 79-78-157; 6)) 14-146; l 11)) Steven Wright
I I xovx: 1'Iil-lii: Bill Gaston, Gainesville, 82- Starke, 7.69-11I.139) ; 12)) J.C. '
It took the field five hours to 78-160; 7)) Ed Stephens, King Jacksonville, 67-76--13-
II play 18 holes, going: 'twicearound Gainesville 81-79-160; 8)) 1 139: ; 13): ) Bobby Paterson i iStarke
I \Income In PreparedFull r the nine-hole i course.. Wilson Moore, Jacksonville, 67-72-18-139: ; 14))
Truck lights had to be turnedon 8681161. David Owens, Keystone, 7268 -
Saturday for the final ; -14-140; 15)) Wally
John Brown goners to finish their rounds TIIIIU F'LIGIIThandicap Mulhofer,Keystone,foll.72-11l.
Bookkeeping ServiceCALL we thought ( 13-18)) 140; 16)) Harrington.\ Keystone
Mobile going i to have to do again ,71-70-16:141: : 17)) Brian
Home slow fie said Herres. The 1)) Harold Davis, Starke, 66- Karvonen, Slarke, 727013) :- ,
FOR APPOINTMENT was apparently 62-18-128; 2)) Harry Gruen, 142.
Center caused by some bottleneck the
964-6298 & flaae 07"iss. STARKE club: couldn't spot the pro
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4 IJI IS 2-St. 'Augustine: number, IHIC pll.iliOI1tllih/ !! H 6
Bradford High School tennis Vr !M AnuiMineMrITi /
;, QUICK FROZEN FARMER GRAY FOOD team lost out lo St. Augustine : (h| in-ln'C lolliiucilMlll I
Friday April I I. in St. \ I Ihv second' \t ill)III'| I l Ihiliv ,
k SELF BASTING Augustine,going lor only 2 out lor I P.I:IIS HOIDH/ array uiliiiiiiiilhrr (<
of five pro-set games /nlwin\ '
The UIIS netters are !slotted( 'In I Ihi1 third nulled. DDIIIUISiiiiuuiv '
YOUNGRKEYS lo see action again against the v\as heal nut lor, tin* .
FAIRSUPERMARKETS Columbia County Tigers l today i I lira) loss bur Hradlurd. going
(Thursday, April 7)) lit ::1:10::!<) iniilrr :rll/ lo S A.
p.m. at Lake City.
Q!) The BUS defeat brought .Lntn .Infkel I saw \ K'tory in
1 their (In- '''"I Id m.ilrh.. HKIIIH n\fl 1
record to7\ lor t the
:SI;t .ii-linr with
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season. Bradford Rollers
: '" :01..1": .. IS-'J:! v in lor
their Klt\loss
SHOP. EARLY FOR YOUR of the season
HOLIDAY NEEDS. against Gainesville High
WITH POP-UP COOKING THERMOMETER School, March 29 with a one .liiil \\illiains met 11I"I'illa"
j ALL STORES match loss to go 3-4 under I the slu- \\j'IIt under .IK in I he last.singles.
Purple Hurricanes. :; leafing I'.radlord: :t-2:!
WILL BE CLOSED Kenny Hodrique fired up lor going: into the doubles."The .
C one of 2 wins for BUS going/B-S
6 LBS SUNDAY., over Wayne Thirrian. girls complained 1 u i lot
Sieve Griffis saw defeat in the third singles match of the Melba! IIIIlilrd.'llh I heMind
& UP day' to go under Jeff Stanch:\-8' ( laclora problem, ,il/ltliis
for the second loss usually always inch' ill !SI
2O ? OFF wANY APRIL 16, 1977IS Chub Johnson went for 6 out 'August/ inc. the gil'ls'hilt'' lo f
of 14 games of the proset to 1 play the net a lot closer" Ih.in t
YOUR LASTCHANCE lose out to Walter fo'ardav for they are used lo says <'a" art, t
; SIZE i we are pleased to accept TO HIIS's fourth defeat. llnuard\ ;
The girl netters shutdown
COMPLETE were 'I tucker i ii. .In kel 1 h-iiniiil; I
lll IDrIIs'Inu! I 11\1I1I.llh"I,1\
I I School for their 4th loss of I the | j
J SET OF LOVELACE for 'I'lirnadu lennis team; /
DOZEN EGGS season Tuesday, March 29. at
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CHINAWARE 1111II, -h'I' came lluiiurli I Imllle
L WITH THIS COUKM WIO,-MM M.e>.x11.UMIT.1 Of IACH e1wTDip -J Club. The win against :St.; .
'III with iiiinllii
COUKM WITH*'7.SO OH MOM FOOD OOMM.TOMCCO PffOOUCT UCUIDir Augustine put the girl nettersat win l :I. I l.
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10-4 for t season. .
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The BUS tennis team is
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Bargains in Meat (Thursday,.April 7)) in Unwind hue IIIT ellorl" inmnliimiMU
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I 8 TELEGRAPH April?. 1977

I Janet Welch Captures Top HonorsIn

4-H-FFA Steer ShowJanet

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prize for her 1,237 pound _
Angus-Limousin cross out of
w 27 steers.entered.
4 ? Janet's steer sold for $2,146\ a
including $340 in add-ons, I } '
averaging $1.46 per pound in h
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) Bradford 4-H'er, captured the 1
Reserve award (.
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V. ," cross which tipped the scalesat
t. 1,159 pounds The steer sold
t' ', for $1,564 including $475 in
add-ons, averaging 94 cents

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... f..:. the steer auction was down f its
from last
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$34.914: \ with 27 entrants both
years. About 500 people filled
the stands as auctioneer
Angaleta Ilaymans chantedthe
} Total weight for the steers
was 28,035 averaging 1,038:
{ pounds each. The average Reserve 'hamplon winner James Whitehead, a Bradford 4-ller.. raised Angus-Limousin
ring selling price per pound cross to 1,159 pounds, and it brought $1.089 at the auction. 91 cents per pound. Morris Brown Jr.,
was 78 cents down from lastyear's Vice President of the B-U Cattleman's Association, bought the steer for that organization.. I
$1.31, although average
weight was 57 pounds less per
steer last year. Average price Hayes, both representing Gainesville Stockman's Sheriff contest trophy, )presented{t'lldish.I" by as
steer with add-ons totaled
per Bradford 4-H. Supply
+ i I I It. won by Kvclyn Griffis of
y d $1,268 this year. The 4.11 Record Book The eight gain competitionfor
t.q't. Total add-ons in the steer contest for the best kept the most weight gained by Bradford FKA for her 1.179
auction was $12,24.Showmanship record book was won by Union an animal in a 115 day period poundnus.Charlois; cross.
Second place in 1 the HomeGrown
award went Bradford 4-11
411 member John Brown with was won by
to John Brown of Union 4-H for Bradford 4-H member Jamie member Krankie Andrews. competition! was
his presentation of his 946 Whitehead taking second His steer gained 2U! pounds in awarded" ( to Green Acres 4-H
pound Angus-Limousin cross. the pericxl. averaging 2.52 nll'mbel'illl'rrl: Dobbs for her
place. Third place was! captured
.. John's steer brought 75 cents by Janet Welch' of Union (pounds per day Second place 1.023: pound AngusBrahmacross. !
PIT pound for a total of $7011.!) 4-H. The competition is went to Janet Welch Union 4- The home grow
Sponsor of the contest was tax sponsored by the Rancher II, for her steer's 2HD pound l'on It'stHIS sponsored" by
t appraisor Jimmy Alvarez. Inc. weight gain, averaging 2.43: John Whilcheacl.The .
The Herdsman award, Union KFA members swept per day Union' 4-11 member annual steer show and
sponsored by the Bradford the FFA Record Book contest Michael Dukes took third sale is sponsored by the
r County Fair Association, for with Johnny Welch taking place for his steer's 275 pound Bradford Union Cattleman'sAssociation
the best kept stall and animal I first place. Second place wentto weight gain averaging 2.39 to promote interest
went to Shands D. Howard of Ducec Tuggle and Bobby per day. Thai competition was in the cattle business
Union 4H. Second place Waters was awarded third sponsored by Alachua Milling and to provide an educational
winner was Jimmy Hawkinsand place in that category That Enterprises. experience''( to the two county'sFFA
!L I third place went Stacey l'tmlt'slI as sponsored byLowell The best (Home Crown and 4-H members.

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I Champion award for her work in raising this! 1.237: pound Angus- man's Association. ,r. .
l.imousin cross. The steer brought a total of $2,116 at $1.46' per '

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holds up his! trophy as second place winner Jimmy Hawkins

I looks on.Slacey. Haves receives her third place prize from B-C Fair YIL I Y d! $_. a;

Assoc representative Sam I'ugh. Jimmy and Stacey v i
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T- f z&t Angus-Hrahman cross to :Mrs. J.T. Parrish of U.S. Camp A Son
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The best home grown steer takes a sniff of owner Evelyn Brown for presentation of his Angus-Limousin cross in compe
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t % place In that category, here presented by sponsor Dolph \
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4-11 record book contest
I Waters, third place; Johnny Welch first place; and Dacee .4..l from Leverett Crews. I
Tuggle, second place. Y Next to John II Bradford r Janet
With them is Hal Herving. representative from Gainesville ,y l'nlonII member James t'i Whitehead. second Welch third ,place and
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purchasers of her 999 pound Angus Saturday night. presenting him the third place prize In the weight gain Thin 1,052 pound An.UI-UmOUllln
School Board Members Vernon Parmenter. Arthur Gulll .. the best 411.home grown steer category to Sherri Dobbs of Green contest. Next to Michael Is second place winner Janet Welch cents per pound at the auction. brought. In an average 78
Acres Bradford .
and S.T. Parrish bought the animal along with attorney George Union 4-H. and overall winner .'rankl.ndre". of Bradford Andrews turn. It over to Shands Howard .11 member Drew
Pierce averaging 7* cents per pound. II. 6 Rlhl'rd Con.truetlon {'onlpany.Page representing howard

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Trlest and family for Trlest Construction of Keystone. Bradford showed a 839 pound Hereford that sold at$1.01 per pound for that /
FFA member Faulkner holds the reins for the little rider. 4 n dev.
Harry chapter. Tommy Hamilton takes over the steer for B-U cattle
man's Association.I L-

Carl Johns, a member of Bradford County 4-11. auctioned his '
I R<>7 pound Angus steer at 75 cents per pound to architect Craig = ..r
Salley of Gainesville here represented by J.T. Parrish. tvr Yvllfw d ti< uw Here Is one of the la r gar steers, a 1,242 pound Hereford-St.
Gertrudis raised by Kenneth Dwayne Crawford. It brought 66
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pounds. The Bradford FFA member auctioned her steer to the Michael Dukes of Union 4-H saw his 1,193 pound Hereford
I piI Community Bank at 72 cents per pound, represented by Ray cross go for 70 cents per pound. Tom Willis Jr. prepares to take
Norman. the animal for Columbia Livestock Market.

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\Vorrell of Union 1-11 for \\inn Dixie. The 917 pound steer sold fort
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'rrt $ grown, weighed in at 1,179 and sold for 70 cents per pound. Winn i
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Angus to J.E. Tomlinson of the Florida Bank at Starke. The Landa Lynn Crawford of Union 4-H has a tight grip on her 1 a
steer brought 75 cents per pound at the auction. Hereford-St. Gertrudls. The little elrl) raised the big steer to
1,077 pounds. It was purchased by Guaranty Federal of Lake
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Iler John Brown for Brown Brothers Store. John's Angus- Marvin Pritchett displays the ribbon of the Angus steer he
I Limousin weighed\ in at 916 pounds and sold at 75 cents per bought for Lake Butler Apparel. Bernard Williams, a Union
pound. FFA member weighed his steer in at 854 pounds, and it sold for 1

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over toTrieit Construction representative Dora Trlest. Stacey' DA D Timber of Lake Butler now own Union FFA member Jack Pan-ten. a member of Bradford.' shows his Charlols-
I steer sold for 81 cents per pound. Bobby Water Limousin steer He weighed the animal In at Shorthorn after the hefty 1.164 pound steer was bought by
1,222 pounds and It auctioned to Dean Ward at 71 cents per William A. Floyd of Howard Auto Part. The animal brought 68

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Union County 4-Her Sonny Brown showed his 1.172 pound turn his Angus-Beef master over to purchaser Marvin Pritchett. Saturday night to J.M. Howard of Pine Air Farms Darren Gainesville went for Jimmy Hawkins. Hereford steer. The
Chariots at 7( cents per pound. Wlnn Dixie representative B.ll. The Union County 4-Her auctioned Ma 912 pound steer at 80 cents work brought the Hereford to 1.919 pounds for the tale, and It Bradford 4-Hh listened' as his 82 pound steer auctioned. at an
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I Randv J Merritt Shows Champion In Fair Swine Show and Sale fl

$5,647 changed hands last $1.50 a pound. It was purchased was purchased by J.J. Hitching Post purchased this pound. It was bought by R.J. sold Center to Automotive Parts
\ Saturday night as 20 Bradford by Copeland Sausage Wolbert. animal. Shannon.
Sheffield Faulkner
I and Union County FFA and 4- -John Riggs showed a 198 -Robin Welch showed a 227 -Frank showed a -Butch sold a 216
11 members auctioned their Other hogs were sold by: pound Yorkshire which sold pound Hampshire which sold 217 Yorkshire which sold for pound Duroc for 70 cents per

pigs in the annual Cattleman's -Karl Williams, a for 64 cents per pound. Eugene for 64 cents per pound. It was 61 cents a pound. It was sold to pound. It was purchased. by
the Farmers and Dealers Moonlight Enterprises.Curtis
Association 3rd Annual Swine Yorkshire Cross F Shaw purchased this purchased by the Gainesville
Show and Sale, winding down 190 pounds, sold for 60 cents animal. Livestock Market. Bank.Timmy Gaskins with a 192 Thomas' 180 poundlIampshireYorkshlre cross
the 27th Bradford -Leslie
( County Williams'
per pound. It was sold to pound sold for 63 cents pound. It
rair' Yorkshire sold for 60 cents -Chuck Clyatt showed a 225 pound YorkshireHampshireCross per
Walter Williams per sold for 60 cents was sold to the Hub.
which sold Country
pound Hampshire per
Handy Merritt, 13, son of pound to Marvin Prtichett.
-David Ward a 200-pound()()
Mr, and Mrs! Homer Hart of which sold for 62 cents per pound. It was pound. It was sold to the Com J.D. Odom guaranteed
Sit.100 west of Starke, showed -Terri! Thomas showed a sold to the Country Hub. munity State Bank. enough add-on so the
for GO cents pound. It was
thI'tUlci champion, a 183 per 197 pound YorkshireHampshire Evelyn Duncan showed a youngsters would make at
pound Hampshire which sold purchased by Copeland Cross which sold for 60 -Robert Worrell! showed a 197 pound Yorkshire Cross least 60 cents per pound at the
Sausage 177 pound Yorkshire that sold which sold for 61 cents swine show and sale.
cents pound. It was per
It per
for $2 (Ml per pound. was pur
by Pigfily Wiggly -Ken Clyatt. a Spotted chased by Gainesville Livestock for 64 cents per pound. It was pound. It sold to J.J. Wolbert. The sale average was 73
purchased Poland China Duroc Cross, y.
Market. purchased by the Gainesville cents per pound. The com 1 }
}Kleven; 'year-old Handy 221 pounds, sold for 53 cents -Terri! Tuggle showed a 225 Livestock Market. -Nannette Stalnaker's 225 mittee turned down six hogs a
li.ilkc'oru, son of Mr and Mrs. per pound. It was sold to pound Hampshire which sold -Dale Tenly's 202 pound Yorkshire-Hampshire Cross this year as not up to grade for
James I Balkcom, Lake !Marvin Pritchett, sold for sold for It
for 60 cents per pound. The Yorkshire 61 cents per 68 cents per pound. the fair show.
Butler showed the reserve -Belinda Melson showed a
champion a 204 pound York 183-pound Yorkshire which I
shire cross, which sold for sold for 64 cents per pound. Itt .

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April 7. 1977 TELKORAPII Pagrll

ELEMENTARY NEWS Fireman's Assoc. Under ConsiderationIn

This has at been a very busy_ finding tour of Bradford and Victoria Webster brought contributed by 12 adults to the an effort to be of mutual types of fires in the various Green said the five volunteer the county commission and
week Southside County Hospital in connectionwith garden seeds for the kinder- benefit of Southside students. assistance to each other and to parts of the county. This departments serve 293 act as a middle man betweenthe
completing bee study units, their health study unit. garten plot. With'the help of Mrs. Harriett Fuquay has the present a united front to the would enable the trucks to be square miles outside the city commission and the fire
spelling competition, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Isabelle Newsom, custodian honor of most hours contributed Bradford County Commission sent automatically and with a limits of Starke. departments.Green .
and visits to Bradford Starke Nursing Home (Kyle's parents) and Mr. the students planted beans, with a total 1 of 24; next In county volunteer fire depart quicker response time, said They are using other said effective May 1
County Oswalt conducted the studentson peas squash cukes, order to time spent with us are ments and the city of Starke Green. counties such as Alachua and when the new phone (books
Hospital and decorating Easter the tour through the tomatoes, corn radishes and Mrs Kimbril Mrs. Barbara Fire Department are con- Each department would Clay as models for discussion come out fire police, and
'eggs egg hunts and anticipating hospital facilities with visits to flowers Farmers' Mutual Melton and Mr. Lloyd Allen. sidering forming a fireman's maintain Its own identity but about an association said ambulance will use a county
the county. fair and the operating room, X-ray also furnished seeds for the This week Ms. Lawrence's association. they would be able to have a Green. He said in Alachua wide emergency number, 964-
spring holidays.In. room, emergency room, garden. third and fourth united front to
graders Harry Green chief of the approach the 6161. Brooker and Hampton
Ms. $12 capita spent on
second laboratory and respiratory visited the Starke Bradford commission. Green per
Nursing County Volunteer county would still be long distance,
fire control while the amountin
grade; ; congratulations go to section. During the visit Southside is very proud of Home. The children made department since it began In said there has been some inequities Bradford Is $2. but Green said they are
Won Brown for County
student In the second being the first Starke radio station WPXE Karen Kimbrll who was Easter baskets and filled 19U8; said with such a mutual in funding based on a If nn nrpnni/atinn is formed working on getting a toll-
enter third grade to interviewed Mrs. Freemanand .county runner-up in the them with candy for our agreement the association 1971 agriculture survey because would screen applications to free number for those areas
u grade math .
book.GregWiggins' students Michael Spelling Bee. senior citizens to enjoy. The could pre-plan what types of of a shift in populationin
model -- - -
hospitalis Chappell Teresa Leach and So far for the month of class also sang several songs equipment to send to different the county. r - -
on display in room 9 for Sherry Flakes, as to the March there have been a totalof for the people at the nursing The departments involved, Now Open

those Room interested 9 wishes Greg's in seeing it. purpose and associated 163 hours of volunteer time home. La l.H')r.... Bradford County, Lawtey, I I.
father benefit l. in relation to school (From Hampton Brooker, Theressaand ?j-
who was recently in the study of the visit. This inter- Page 1) "
hospital speedy recovery. view will be aired on Monday The BEA failed to establish together Starke for a discussion joined Keystone Mini Storage I
I Uihd eye coordination skills April 4 at 7 a.m. Mrs.f'reeman's Brooker Newsby that the board engaged in about the proposed association I
maybe practiced in many students are dilatory tactics to avoid its
and then each
waysMs.. Canova's first looking forward to a "treasure responsibility to negotiate in departmentwill I :.
'gradf reading class is hunt" on Friday afternoon : Jeannette Prescott Tetstone Brooker; Silver- good faith. decide if it would I I Yon Keep Till Key Op.n 24 Mrs.
to such
working on this and com- which will send them happily phone: 485-1715 Nancy Teston Lawtey; And the totality of the join forme aniza-
tion. If it is
binin *-work with fun in ob- into spring vacation. BronzeBarbie Newport, evidence adduced herein does each 101112. 12500 1U25 'SO" I :,.
would elect
servance of the Easter season. Mrs. Whitehead's third MINI OLYMPIC Lawtey; Ribbon-Kim Carroll, not support an inference that one I
On Wednesday the students grade continues to work on GAMES HELD Brooker.SIXTH the board lacked willingnessto attend member and the one association alternate to !
made Easter baskets; on their Indian unit. In connection GRADE reach agreement with the 473-3734 -.J I Io
Thursday they colored eggs; with this, Tracy Rowan held.Mini Olympic games were Boys: GoldRichard BEA, thereby engaging in a meetings. L ee..eei 1
Friday, April 1, at
on Friday they used the eggs brought a white flint arrow Badillo Lawtey; Silver- course of surface bargaining. .
for an Easter egg hunt. All head to show. the class. Arti- Elementary with Curtis Jones, Brooker;
first grade; reading classes facts are a very worthwhile Brooker Lawtey Elementary and Bronze- Anthony Williams,

will have an egg hunt on contribution to a class study Elementaryparticipating.. The Lawtey; RibbonTony Bass,
Friday, Mrs. Shinholser and since they give students a con- games Brooker.
Mrs. Stern's reading labs crete exa mple of history to see were in four different Girls: GoldSuzanne Ball oI
categories: standing
(twelve students) are decorating and-or feel. Lawtey; SilverPenney !
lump, 50 and 100 yard dash
(ceramic eggs which Mrs. Han-el's fourth grade Jakab, Brooker; Bronze- J
will take javelin, wrestling. Awards Donna Thornton Lawtey
they home. welcomes Jennifer ;
Dent a
were Gold (first place). Silver
Mrs. Hegistcr's!: fifth grade transfer student from Lawtey RibbonDebbie Phillips., i
(second and
place), Bronze Brooker. D
students have brought in a Elementary.Mrs .
total of:324:! Post box tops to be Gladden's ( third place ) FLAG BEARERS : Mrs. I <

applied on physical educationequipment kindergarten students with KINDERGARTEN CookTommy Drawdy; Mrs. l
:Nine'; students in their parents made Easterbonnets. Boys: Gold-Jody James Powell-Dianne Tetstone; Mrs'; ,
her have Lawtey; Silver-Alvin Jenkins JacksonMichelle Tomlinson; (
room brought in 10 or Requirements were
more tops and thert'byIon a that they be hand made no Lawtey; Bronze-Eddie Mrs. PillowKeith Starling;
Castlen Ribbon-
choice of either lair or theatre bought hats. They created ; Mrs. ScottBobby Jones; Mr,
Jody Fonseca, Brooker.
EzzellDebbie Polk.
tickets. I
some delightful surprises
Southside's play area is one- which they will share with the Girls GoldMelissa ir
half complete now. It will be rooms and the library and Tomlinson Brooker Silver- SCHOOL PICTURES I -Smiling I
finished the end ; Group pictures are to be
by of April. office on Friday when they
Christi Nipper, Brooker
; made at school next week. If
This large play area will be have their own Easter
Bronze- Melissa Clark
especially welcome during Parade. you do not get a notice when Clyde Has
Lawtey;; RibbonSusan
wet I'amy'athl'r.. This area Mrs. Mullins' kindergartenis Crawford. they are to be made, please
,can he used lor basketball enjoying a visit from FIRST GRADE call the office.
i volley ball, badminton and "Herman" this week. GoldKevin The New
Boys: Starling PERSONALS
(tennis. Herman a pet rabbit ownedby
Brooker Silver- Don
; Bright
Mrs. Viola Chesser of
:Mrs Freeman's third Pat Mundorff contributesto
'grllde.ll'l'Ompal1ll'd by intern the seasonal theme as well Lawtey; BronzeRuss Alachua accompanied by Mrs. .
Miscally Lawtey; Ribbon- I ]
Martha lagan visited Mr. and .
:Mrs. Brumbaugh parents as furnishing the children with Eddie Jay Scawick Brooker.
'':Mrs llol/endorf and :Mrs. lessons in feeding and feeling. Girls: GoldRoberta Mrs. Pitt Baxter on Sunday.

I lugging, and aides :Mrs. Slade Mo llaisten. Mark Strickland Williams Lawtey; Silver-

.and Mrs. Hitch, made a fact- Kim Ward. John Harrington Connie Foster Brooker; Miss! Brenda May Spring

BronzeSabrina Starling, 4

I Brooker; RibbonTracy Is Sweetheart
Raiford News Mosley, Lawtey.

'IIItIS :MARSH each of in SECOND GRADE Of Church Of God And Of Them
Phone' 1:11.1522: special way you and all your of own the Boys: GoldCorey Roberts Plenty . Come See Ermie -Byron Or Clyde Today
good things you all have given Lawtey; Miss Brenda May of Starke
The Brownie Troop will to our community. ; Bropze- was recently honored as
NOT be meeting this week due Debra Jackson daughter of David RibbonRobert Hamilton Brooker; sweetheart queen at a western

to the !school holidays. Donald and Virginia Jackson Starling,Lawtey. style youth banquet at the 38 New Trucks

Last week the troop" was married Friday night to Girls: GoldLatonya Church of God. akna
.lecoraled discarded "eggs Hugh Crews of Lake Butler in Jenkins, Silver- The 75 youth attending were '
Lawtey; +-
,used by a hosiery firm to her parent's home. I want to Cindy Taylor Lawtey; entertained by Larry Mosley Equipped Right And A.\ '
package. their products). and and Ken Avenisi who
send wish for future
a special BronzeDonna McDavid
made Easter: Bunny banks. happiness love and success to Brooker; RibbonKim Mines presented a gun-slinging skit. Painted Right Jlf ft<
Once again these girls and Folk music was enjoyed by i
Debra (who, by the way is
tenders I with Brooker.TIIJRDORADIt'.. ,... .all.
their come up aneiWgyrninded prettier than-most model* Of .t> iJ
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w... :
To Lanterns and bulls a
project. my opinion I i. and her new husband Boys: GoldRicky Nipper, wagons
complement their DrOlec!. the Hugh. Congratulations Brooker SilverStacey along with red and white pompoms 28 New
Raster: theme.
the used as centerpieces on
Hugh and Debra Crews! Parrish Brooker; Bronze-
the traditional faster themte Everyone remember tokel'p Reggie Johnson the banquet tables which were
This lIndav is covered with red and white
a very out for the local
an eye Lawtey ; Ribbon- John
special dayand! I wish each of Boy Scout's to come around Hamilton Lawtey. checked table coths.
you reading this column a day selling Scout World tickets. Girls: GoldTeresa Brenda was presented with Cars Arrived Yesterday
lull of,love, joy and content These tickets entitle you to \Vilkerson Lawtey; Silver- gift certificates from Eagle )
nie nt. Happy Easier'' visit the program (Scout Julie Dorminey, Brooker;; DeVane's Mitchell's Drugs
:Miss Kathy Wike. daughter World naturally) at the Gator Williams, Eckerd's McDonald's,
ul liohbie and Lloyd \\Ike, Bowl I on Saturday, May 14. Lawtey BronzeDaphine; Ribbon- Teri Jakab Hardee's. Pizza Hut Sonny'sFat Smiling Clyde Is Needless To Say, Overstocked
(fame from Jax to visit m Boys, Holiday Inn
Once again, the boys are ableto Brooker.
Uaiford. On Friday night keep 40 cents out of the $t FOURTH GRADE Kentucky Fried Chicken The With Beautiful New Cars And trucks He Has
Kathy took her sisters over'to Garden Restaurant Stump's .
received for each ticket. GoldLattimore ;
the fair .in Starke. and other Please do help support this Williams Hoys: Lawtey; Silver- Nancy's Flower's and Diane's Priced Them To Sale And Fast Yes.iii Red; Tag

weekend activities included a I fine club, these boys can Sam Norman,' Lawtey; Beauty Salon.
carload of young people going really put your 40 cents to Bronze- Darrell Polk Flowers used for making Sale Is Still On .
over to :New'; Kingsley Beach. good use in their activities. Brooker; RibbonLouis corsages centerpieces and
:Mrs R.F tJean) Wilkinsonis bouquets were donated byLarry's
Please help! Tetstone, Brooker.
For The Finest Selection Of 4 Wheel Drives In Florida
recuperating nicely at home There are quite a lot of you Girls: GoldValerie Flowers and River-
now Jean recently hadSurgery mead Flower Shop of Orange I
nice folks out there that could Wilkerson Lawtey; Silver-
md. is really pleasedto share some of your good news Charlotte Douglas, Brooker; Park. Meat was donated'by
IK I back home utter her with your community please Bronze-Libby Davis Lawtey; Winn-Dixie. \- TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
hospital. stay :Mr and. :Mrs. call meat home in the eveningor Kibbon- Sheri Nipper I
Prevail Kowi-ll of Lawtey at the Union County Times
Jean's parents, have been office during the day ((496- Brooker.FIFTH GRADE Overheard in a finance I
n'h'nt.isltors at IheWilkinson's 2'Jiil:! ) If I don't hear from all Boys: Gold-Don Elixson company "I wouldn't mind 206W. Madison 964-7200 Starke, Fla.
It's really nice to of you 1 won't be hearing any Mrooker; SilverDon Green. being up to my ears in debt,
have you hack home Jean. more of these scrumptious Brooker; Bronze Carlton if I weren't so tall."
Sara and Albert Stafford are compliments,' andlhat Johnson. Lawtey Ribbon-

Stafford gl'lI1tldlUghtl'rllss enjoying the Sheila company the: daughterof of Sheila their woman compliments is happy without Mike Girls Ball: Lawtey GoldElaine SOD SOD 10' SOD 100 & KEYSTONE NURSERY & LANDSCAPEING CO. s0D10e SOD IDe SOD IDe .;

o Now
Maintenance Contracting Your
Yard Lawn ?
Hob Stafford of Jax., is
t taking advantage of school Dwight Slater's & Plant Fertilization Mowing, < Hwy 21 N. Keystone Hgts. 473-2768 ;o: Maintenance And ; i i
holidays to spend some time Landscaping Needs By

with her and grandparents.Joe Jerri I..1nlere. in Food & ScatOpen Pruning SOD 10 SOD 10' SOD 10' SOD 10' SOD 10 SOD 10' SOD 10 SOD 10' en The Day Or Month ..

Jasper. Alabama this past Mums 3" S595
Welcome You To The Hydrangea
weekend visiting Joe's US. 301 S.
parl'nt.Ir: and :Mrs. B.H. 7 A M. 12 PM. & .
Walnut St.c

Lane Sr.Burke. Lane is M years WINE TASTING FRIDAY C f QOaC] Jb( ( JL UUGJ GL v CLGJL .h;

young, and has been feeling "J
low Joe and c( By And Have A Cup J t
rather lately so
.Jerri drove to' Alabama on 3 PM. 7 PM.Stop On The House Vegetables & Lawn Rakes......._.?................?.....'2' 8-8-8: : so Lb,. 295

Friday to fist Our prayers Annuals 6PK 1
and hopes for good health soon Garden Rakes.Hoes ..??._...??...?.?._?.'5 29 Citrus Spec. 5"
to come your way :Mr. B.' HMS FROST SCHUTZ Azaleas ;

Richard and Louvenia RED OR WHITE BEER _..__..__................_'6411 i
Addison are moving into a Roses! : Pine BarkNuggets

beautiful colonial style homein WINE $129 5Tn 12 oz. Cans 119 I I Round Pt. Shovel................?...? '4'9L1'i.j34i'1 r,
Keystone Heights sometime 6Pk :
this month. The Addison's Square Pt. ShovelArreca ........ ... ._'43Q
and ? ???
have Ricky two There children are Sherry many FRUIT PUNCHORANGEGRAPELEMON BORDEN'SMILK : ;! ; ; :=I65 Camellias' &
friends saying goodbye to the Palm._.?.?.?;???_?. 480-800 (Azaleas -
Addison's in Raiford and we -

ail wish them the verv best of 57 Gal. Gal. If 49 Diffinbacid _..._........_.............?..' 450 Yellow Native
luck, happiness and success in Mint
their new home. We will miss J Arrailia ....___....__'4a Azaleas 1+1 1Pony .

Tail Palm .... .. ............_'400 Iii .

CAR RACING Rubber Plants___ 1400 LANDSCAPING SOD Dracenia Marginatia,.__.....?.._........_'4

Anabellum Palm .r _.._....$3 Dracenia Massagiania __....___$400 !

I EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT I Pertusen_, ? ,----1300.600: SPECIALIZING- IN Mounted Airplants._..?;......_._$300.SOUTHSIDE .' [.;/

Hanging Baskets 1300.800; St. Augustine Floratam Sod, ..
__ WARM-UP 1st RACE : A New Hybrid Know For It's Resistance To Cinch Bugs And

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\ :7:00'P.M.: 8:30: P.M., -w: ar Open' '" ; Blight, And Adaptability To Shade Plants, We Choose
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I I ) ', Mon Sat 9-6. ., Shrubs Best Suited To I.
Columbia' N.; Plant -
Ceaely Sree lwayY
I & Sun 10-5 Local Climatic And ;

-..t;. Hwy 41 at I 1-75 ELLISYILLE. I\
) Jay Ellis Jr. Owner With This Ad Soil Conditions; I 4
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thGvron Howling Cats And Roaming Pigs


fi Annoyed Visiting Writer In 1880Most

accounts of Starke in And as if this weren't bad and fell to the ground, the

early publications the 1880's enough, there was a brief parachute carrying him
were flattering but one that comment in September 1889 safely down.

was more or less on the noting that: "Last Monday at
critical side appeared in a least three slipped up "No damage was sustained

publication entitled, "Petals on the clay pile i on the Call, except a few scratches"from
Plucked from Sunny Climes," Street crossing of Walnut falling on a wire
r'-- by Abbie M. Brooks and Street." And when other entertainment

published by the Southern waned, there was
Methodist Publishing House in But all the news wasn't always the pleasure of

,:.k.l 1880. gloomy, and there were such chewing cane in the early fall
exciting events as balloon This activity drew the
j :::::: IDI \ .- .., It just goes to show that ascensions to take citizens' following whimsical commentin

Ill [I howling cats. cackling minds off their troubles. This the Oct II, 1889 issue of The
chickens, and barking dogs from a Telegraph issue in Telegraph:
were just as much a nuisancein
February 1892:
I A Study in Contrasts the placid era before the "The small boy and

turn of the century, as they CROWING ROOSTERS "The balloon ascension last everybody else is now
are today, though the animals HERALD Saturday was a grand affair chewing cane. The hogs extract
study in contrasts is formed by these two small a few feet Is the attractively landscaped area,plantedand have more competition now DAYBREAK Although the day was windy what little juice there is

plow at the junction of U.S. 301 and South Walnut maintained by Shu ford's Standard Station. from honking auto horns, and the ascension\ a dangerous left in the stalk after the

Mreel. The one at right, the site of what has come to be Beautification DOES make blasting trail whistles, and painted by the lady writer in undertaking, yet it, was successfully human molars are through
a difference with it. A cane chewer with
known as "Mayor! Schaefer's Cannon, presents a even jet planes overhead.But made
somewhat austere welcome to Starke with nothing but Tuesday night the City Council recognized this fact by 1880: false teeth can always be

the ominous-looking howitzer surrounded by turf. permitting the Woman's Club, In cooperation with the be that as it may this is "Starke, 73 miles from "The balloon went up quitea singled out from the numberof
Florida Forestry Service, to beautify the cannon island the somewhat uncomplimentary distance, probably 300 feet, pigs following in his
Fernandina, is a place of some;
The other from the "cannon" with
plot !separated by only low-growing plants. loose tracks.
picture of Starke importance, containing a when the aeronaut cut

lumber mill, turpentine

distillery, and several stores -
besides boarding houses.

o "What a multitude of LETTERS TO

etJiTORiALs disagreeable sounds break
COMPREHENSIVE upon our morning slumbers in
these plank habitations! The THE EDITOR.
LAND USE N1APa cats, which have been .,
aI .
vigorous in their serenading

\11 i&L; during the night now prepareto
quit the field by a final
P.W'r\\) \_ g _. .L5 contest, which Dinah interrupts COLLECTIVE BARGAINING

; ;\5 $O with the broom.
SIRS: School Boards have for so long

City's Comprehensive Plan fo- fP'l O \\-\.J R "The pigs, that lay piled in Collective bargaining is a enjoyed the position of
the the that they are
yard so quietly during supreme power
) \.C :s Dg : I IBE 'REtJ 1 night, are calling for their relatively new term to the afraid to let go of this power
vJ" citizens of Bradford County.
:\ and the democratic
rations, while the chickens trust

Deserves Careful Study e F\ -t O \. 1.6. have been cackling a chorus In There are people in process.
advance of the which
supplies suchas
y management positions: The entire working, situation
they will furnish for hungry the Bradford County
within the Bradford County

The City of Starke's ComprehensivePlanning concern of any town or city is the ...> ./A"t ./ did visitors. Never, apparently such School Board who would like School system would be more
dinner-pots a
require the public to think that
circulation of people and commodities. = amicable if the School Board
Committee has completed the = vast amount of
scraping. is
collective bargaining a
would allow itself to listen to
Hence the must careful
first phase of its complex program the plan give '. -- 'J'ry nasty process in which the teachers and t their
preparation of a necessary Land Use consideration to such aspects as = "Then the old coffee-mill employees are out to destroythe problems-working to solve

transportation street systems, bus /,,--... sounds like a ten horsepower system. Following this them the
through bargaining
Map and the instrument is now in the i \ .... mill These little
routes, and parking facilities. : ( )) ... trend of thought, the School process.
kinds of the North Central Florida Regional / innovations upon our morningnap Board has taken a stand in

Planning Council where are soon forgotten afterwe which they are trying to Collective bargaining is
draftsmen will come up with a revised Another primary concern is with the I have eaten our breakfastand destroy the process. here to stay and as lime gOl'Sby
the health and physical needs of the com Jc.t witnessed what a it will be strengthened In'

map incorporating many changes munity, including such factors as civil beautiful day it is." Why The very heart of law. Therefore it would In-
made since the first draft.
original much beneficial to
collective bargaining is that more our
defense, the disposal of waste, hospitalsand Apparently, Ms. Brooks wages hours and working schools if the School Board

This does not mean that the map is in ambulance service, and such utilitiesas approved little about Starke conditions are decided jointly would stop trYing lo

its I final form for there will be the gas, water, and electricity.The (W f1S tolO except the climate, and her by labor and management circumvent the process! md
J criticisms were echoed in 1890 through rather learn to work with it.
opportunity for "citizen input" when the l in a brief comment from The then
comprehensive plan must also \ imposed unilaterally :Mrs, Louise Broxton
properly owners of Starke will be givena I Telegraph editor who said: This is a democratic processin
include for urban rehabilitation Staike. Florid
provisions )
chance, after viewing the map, tol'xprl'SS "We have no court house, no which power is shared
themselves concerning what is and preventive measures against jail, no fire protection, no
in both and competing railroad nothingbut
right and what is with it. The blight public private
wrong for holes in the sidewalks. (SENIOR
first opportunity to do this will be at a housing The plan should provide Even Council Pond I is.a. thingof I

public hearing on Thursday, April 28, in local neighborhood facilities, particularly County Agents By the past this dry weather. CITIZENS

the County Commission room of the new those involving large scale Bobby i"'r: What on earth will become of
housing projects. us?
courthouse at 7 p.m. A second hearingwill Notebook The. drive towards "National will meet at the Holiday Inn.

be held before final adoption.The I Taylor And again in 1890 came this Health Security was given a Kissimmec. April 9. to consummate -
Altogether there are almost twenty Phone 904-6554: President
.. unflattering comment from boost by Carter proposals and
Planning Committee has elements of the comprehensive plan, the editorial pen: saying he will be prepared to action for enactment of laws

spent which must be completed before July 1, make proposals concerning a during/ this present !session in
many hours in a conscientious effort to 1979, and the committee decided to start I am sure you have read or The Swine Show and' Sale "The prisoners break out of Federal Health program Tallahassee

come up with the best possible use for with the land which heard comments about the was successful and we had 20 the county jail as fast as they before the end of 1977 This !
use is basic This
land in every area of the city. It must be all map. to 1977 Bradford County Fair in pigs in the show ring and they are put In. The Board of announcement was made by reporter an 1
the other elements and official I invitation to attend a
home in mind that this is a long-range should be which the activities were were placed into blue and redcategories. County Commissioners at the President at a meeting of nVl'd.IHl'Sld.'ntial Instituteat
completed first. planned and carried out made"- We also had a their next meeting should employees of the Departmentof
plan not something that will affectpropl'rty Cash Hall. .KM'on 17-
the Fair the best ever. I would successful sale on Thursday instruct the sheriff to Health. Education and
owners immediately. In fact, Citizen input into the is like to report on some of the evening. discontinue its use as a placeof Welfare on February 16 22. He is one of (fill ('!lilIypt'rsolls .
all present uses of property will be plan requiredby activities I was involved in to confinement."The chosen in the Suite
law, and is desired the I think the best attendancewe The 'Senior
"grandfathered in" and remain they by committee. give you some idea of the A HEW spokesman con program
as When had in the livestock barn firmed that his Citizens Action.." (Overview
finally adopted, it should not be amount of participation by our chances are that the departmentwill
are as long as the use is con- at the Bradford-Union 4-H
present was be inter- of Issues and Challenges
the committee's plan, or the North folks in the county and house will be literally torn conducting an
tinued. Hut it is the committee's desire Central Florida throughout the area. and FFA Steer Show which down by the inmates in agency task force study on the F'acingthe Elderly: l in Florida .
(and obligation) to supply a long.range Regional Planning was held on Friday night. The making their escapes. Much health needs of all Americans, the (Role and Function of the

plan to work toward in the years tocome. Council's plan but the plan of the For example, in the Agriculture expanded arena at the Fair better would be to turn them relating to proposals on Federal. State, and Regional

people of the community, for they are booth we had a straw grounds was filled to capacity loose at once and by so doing welfare reform Offices on Aging; Attending!
the ones who will have to live with it. berry contest that did involve I would guess there were 750 save the building." State t Legislative i :Meetings,
nine of our commercial straw people in the show arena Recommendations from and ('omr11lttl'l.h'l'tmlots: mid

To those who may not like the idea of berry growers.In Friday night. this study will be used for the other important topics

having a comprehensive plan at all, we Between now and April 28, there will The biggest success of all I phasing in of comprehensive
the contest that VETERANSAFFAIRS National Health Care in line
was Birthda observedin
the successful sale of Happv s
was 27
that there is choice in the be much about the
can only say no publicity public judged by three competent steers. There was a lot of I by William Haas with the commitments made !\larchl'rl' Bernice Smith.
matter The Florida Legislature has hearing; legal notices will be run in the out-of-town judges our concern about the heavy Veterans Service by President Carter during his Gertrudeentz.. Betty

decreed that on or before July 1, 1979 newspaper, and the map itself will be winners were: first place- weight of the steers them II Officer II recent election campaign. \\atkms.. and Lily Roberts

each local government in the state posted and reproduced in the paper so Mr. LM Norman, Jr.; second selves, and prices that people Some advocates of National
disabled We are to hear IIfHandalllJd'is'
Hilliard from Over 400,000 sorry
and city must that will have placeCathy might be willing to pay. But Health Legislation
county adopt a comprehensive everyone an opportunityto Luther Hilliard's strawberryfarm veterans have potential are resignation as

land use plan, and if it fails to do study it before the hearing date. and third place- and the above prices for did the average auction $and,70 eligiblity for increased optimistic that these pro- city recreation director He
will be in the
so, the state will take over the job and Morris Carter Jr. the final was $1.22 a medical care from the posals October con was always. ready with
average gressional hopper by
bill t the for the in After careful be to attend Veterans Administration as a information t advice, and
county or city expense study sure pound. Not only did we have 1 of this
volved. Certainly, a land use plan developed the hearing and give the committee the In addition to the first three buyers for all the steers but result of recent legislation. year. counseling the Bradford We. the membersof
also had other County Senior
places we six in to
by "home folks" will be infinitely benefit of your ideas. On such an important entries which all had blue there was a lot of support Included in the new law was improvements Next importance In is Social t put Citizens Club wish him good

I preferable to one dreamed up by matter as this, the final decision ribbons. As a matter of fact it through and acrosstheboarddonations individual add- extension of outpatient care Security, including enactmentof health and much success in

state finals in Tallahassee who have should not be left to a handful of people seems to me like a queen to steer at the sale.I for treatment of any medical a law to create a separate his new endeavors with the
every condition to veterans with 50
little or no knowledge of local conditions.A it should truly be a majority dl'Cision.Don't contest where you have all service-con- department for the State Correctional Institution
pretty girls entered but haveto I think that all the cattle- percent or more administration of Social We know Randall will make
wait until after the decision to
select the top place men who had a part in nected disabilities Security, taking it away from good wherever he is, Best
comprehensive plan for a city voice your objections if any. Do it at the individual.This was a difficult sponsoring the show and sale, Previously! outpatient HEW We support HSR-227, w ishes.

includes many elements. A major proper time on April 28. decision but the judges did all the exhibitors and parents treatment for any condition with John Adams. "Creation of a The next ml'l'tinill/ bo
limited to veterans
spend several minutes were extremely pleased with was disabilities rated at 8 Department of Elderly April 12 at 1 p m, at the Pratt
making their decisions.All the participation by the service Affairs." Street Recreation Center
business community percent or higher.
in all, the Agriculture It is time for'a cost-
and now new
Needed -Joe
Office Space organizations everyonethat There are about 320,000 Kerrigan
exhibit especially the straw did take part in the 1977 veterans rated at 50 through of-living index for the elderly
berry display, did create a lot Steer Show and Sale. of more in line with the actual
I in Florida. Each
of interest, It stopped a lot of 79 percent living expenses of older Cold Weather
Old peopleas they walked throughthe these veterans will receive a Americans. for
Offered by CapitolThe letter advising him of the new Legislation
Fair and they marveledat such an index should be used Predicted forNextTHoDeeudes
the size, appearance and Girl ScoutsGreat out patient eligibility. semi-annually as a means for

quality of the strawberries on Another 115,000 per- working out future benefit in- !

saving of Florida's old capitol General Services wants to build two new display. Girl Scout Booth at manently and totally disabled creases. A bill has been intro
duced, in this A trend toward
building should not only be a matter of state office buildings at an approximatecost Looks like this will be an ,'the Bradford County Fair won veterans will receive letters Robert Traxler respect(cD) by of weather in the US colder is
from the VA explaining expansion -
interest to historians and history buffsin of $38 per square foot, rather than annual event and VI e do plan to Second Place. Thanks to Janet of the Civilian Health Michigan.We. predicted to continue for the

general there is also a very practical utilize the space it already has available. put more effort in the straw. and Dorothy. and Medical Program of the next two decades, but the turn
berry contest to have more Junior Troop 605 had Court the membership of the of the should
reason it should be of interest to the VA (CHAMPVA). century bring u
Awards last week. Most of
strawberries at the Fair of National Council of Senior warming trend according
of Florida. Smathers has described the old a
taxpayers the girls received their World Previously, CHAMPVA Citizens, National Council on panel of weather forecasters!
Capitol as "priceless; representing, as it In addition to the strawberries Games Badge and several benefits were terminated for Aging The Congress of Senior meeting Sunday in 'oncord.

Secretary of State Bruce Smathers, does, the most important public buildingin we were able to show girls earned Active Citizen, the spouse and children if the Citizens of Florida The !Mass.
Florida since colonial several field crops and Cook Sign of the Arrow, veteran's death attributed Florida Coalition of Aging
who has taken the lead Cabinet Spanish days. was
among Statistical research of
vegetables that we grow in our Magic Carpet Books Housekeeper nonservlce-con- North Central Florida Coalition past! t
officials to spearhead the drive to save "Once you have destroyed the building area Of course you know the Storyteller and nected to The 1976 of Senior Citizens and all years indicates that cold and

the historic landmark, says that Florida once you have torn it down once you cold that we had did delay Needlecraft badges. medical causes.omnibus act con- affiliated clubs, fully sub- warm periods run in 20 year

can obtain up to 48,000 square feet of have bulldozed it, you have erased all some of our spring gardensand Cadette Troop 520 had as tinues CHAMPVA benefits for scribe and believe that this cycles, weathermen said

much-needed office space at bargain the alternatives for the future" the we did not have quite the their guests last week survivors, if the veteran was legislation should be given top They reported that on a number of
display of vegetables we No. 127. The cycles indicate a colder
rates the old Secretary said. Brownie Troop I totally and permanently dis- priority this year.
by preserving building. generally have. girls enjoyed an egg hunt climate for the I'Mto's and
abled due to serviceat
and of course, refresh- military Two new clubs were '!so's One pattern cited by I the
games the time of his death.
Smathers declares that the 1923 The beauty and charm of the old But all in all, our Agri- ments. Cadettes are workingon organized during March and panelists was a cycle bused on

portion of the old Capitol, the part Capitol is needed to offset the chrome- culture booth did look good the Games Leader Badge. There is no action requiredby affiliated With the Congress of solar activity that repeats itself .
and I was proud of it. It did All Junior Troops were Senior Citizens of Florida the in alternating KU-year and
favored for preservation by historiansand and-concrete: skyscraper eyesore that create a lot of interest and I invited to Skills Day at Gold the service-disabled Florida Coalition of Aging loo-vear( periods.

some architects, could be saved at a has been erected as the new $43 million hope you were able to see it, Head Branch State Park, veteran who disabledGeneral Is totally. and permanently and North Central Florida The

net cost of $338,000 to the State. In habitat for state officialdom.The Monday with Senior Troop Coalition of Senior Citizens. long-range beginnings of these
In addition to the Agri- The latter will meet on April cycles are
other words, it would cost considerablymore No 669. Approximately 60
culture booth we had a lot of 19 at the Starke Recreation accompanied by Rt'nt'ral'climate
to demolish the old Capitol and people of Florida were given the activities in the livestock barn Juniors enjoyed hunting Center to discuss pertinent coolness throughout

build a $3 million park on its present site "shaft" by New York architect Edward throughout the Fair. Easter Eggs hiking different wadingas & legislation, national and state, the mid-latitudes of the Northern
t Durell Stone but there is no logical wen as learning and of proposedbills Hemisphere, the fore-
than it would to preserve the buildingand The livestock show on skills from the Seniors. urge passage casters said.

gain needed office space. reason why we should now be deprivedof Wednesday night was a Seniors were camping Head George A. Cutter, in,Washingcon and Tallahassee -

an important part of our historical success and was well attended to Tuesday at Gold famous for hit 'last stand at

At present, the Department of heritage. There were a lot of thanks for including the the Little Big Horn, was aredhe.d. The Coalition of Florida "Silence makes no mistake"
good comments about it. Juniors. I Organizations of the Aging. French Proverb


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Obituaries COMMUNITYNEWSApril [iAL

GAHANNA, OHIO-Thomas by Elizabeth Givens Walker 4 p'.m. The Easter Egg Hunt Morning Worship 11 a.m., REGISTER FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
Phone IW4-W183 will follow immediately after combined Easter program of Morch 25 1977 I'will NOTICE, to file any objections
J. Breen, 16, died Sunday, Milo R. Smith, 53, of FICTITIOUS NAME not
March 27, at his home here. Lawtey, died Thursday the program.The with Mt. Pisgah Church, 3 be responsible for any debts they may have that challenge

He was a sophomore at morning In the Bradford BIRTHDAY OBSERVED First Born Church of p.m.God's Pursuant to Section 865.09 incurred by GERALDINE GRIFFIS. the validity of' the dectndent'swill

Gahanna Lincoln High School, County Hospital following an the Living God. Elder S.V. Miracle and Florida Statutes, notice Is here- Signed Ancil W. Griffis the qualifications of the
and was a member of the St. apparent heart attack. Rosaland Lennon was Cohens, pastor. Tuesday 7:45: Deliverance Outreach For All by given that the undersigned Itpd tI'J-J' personal representative, or the

Matthews Catholic Church. Born in Rittman, Ohio, on honored with a birthday party Prayer Services. Friday night People Church of God In Rudlph Thornton Route 2, Box venue or jurisdiction of the

Survivors include: his May 13, 1923, Mr. Smith March 29 by her parents, Rev. 7:45: Tarrying Services. Holiness, Inc., Elder 16-P Starke, Florida, 32091, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT COUNTY FOR court

mother, Mrs. Lorita Trulock operated a service station in and Mrs. Levy Lennon, with Sunday School 10:30: a.m., Singleton, pastor. Sunday doing business under the firm BRADFORD
Fort White, his father! Lawtey for the past 23 years. the Girl Scouts of Troop 684. A Morning Worship 11:30, School 10 a.m., Morning name of "RUDY'S FLORIDACIVIL ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS
beautiful birthday cake and YPCW 6 Evening Service 11 a.m., Evening ACTION AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
Thomas Breen, Columbus, Mr. Smith was an Army p.m. CARBURETOR ft TUNE-UP
Ohio, two sisters: Paula veteran of World War II and candy and punch were served. Worship 7:45: p.m. Worship 7:30.: Weekly act Route 2, Box 16-P, Starke, CASE NO.7795IN JAMES FILED WILL BE FOREVER
The honoree received Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church vities as follows RE: The Marriage of BARRED.
a : Monday
Breen and Mrs. Lorie White, was a member of Calvary Bradford County Florida,
Columbus, Ohio; one brother, Baptist Church in Starke. beautiful gift. Rev. Richard Bethel, pastor. night 7:30: Prayer Band :32091, intends to register said HENRY DEAN, Husbandand
Date of first of
Michael Breen, Fort White; Survivors include his wife, Sunday services will begin Meeting. Thursday night fictitious name under the publication
his maternal grandparents Katy Mitchell Smith; two SCOUT NEWS with Sunday School at 10 a.m. Prayer Meeting. Friday night provisions of aforesaid statute. LULA MAE DEAN, Wife. this Notice of Aministration:

Mr. and Mrs. OB. Gordon, sons, John Smith of Lawteyand Lovefeast and Communionwill Bible Study 7:30: HYPU Rudolph Thornton, owner. NOTICE OF SUIT March 31, 1977.
Senior Scouts 699 Mrs. be held at 11 a. service. Sunday 5:30: TO: LULA MAE DEAN HARRAL TOMLINSON, As
Raiford; his paternal grand- Charles Smith, U.S. Army m. p.m. Dated this 7th day of April
Mullen, leader, invited all The Easter and the Antioch Missionary Baptist 1372 WASHINGTON AVENUE Personal Representative of the
father James J. Breen, stationed In Holland; four program A.D. 1977 at Starke, Florida.
Mansfield, Mass. daughters, Mrs. Marie Blom Junior Scouts to a Skills Day Fashion Show will be held at Church, Rev. Dennis Strong, 4/7 4tchg 4/28 APARTMENT 16A Estate of JAMES SHEP
Funeral services were held Mrs. Mary Scott, and Miss activity April 4 at Mike Roess 3:30: p.m. pastor. Thursday night BRONX, NEW YORK 11213 TOMLINSON Deceased.
Gold Head Branch State Park. Pleasant Grove and Mt. Prayer Meeting 7:30. YOU ARE HEREBY
Friday Martha :
April 1, in Sapp Smith, all of Lawtey,
that an action for dissolution of ATTORNEY FOR PERSONALREPRESENTATIVE
Cemetery in Raiford, with and Mrs. Margaret Albert of The activities were enjoyed by Morlah United Methodist& Saturday night Choir re-
Rev. Hugh Walters Jacksonville two brothers all in attendance. All Juniors Church Parish, Rev. Willie hcarsaI7:30.: Sunday School 10 PUBLIC HEARING marriage has been filed against : Iven S.

officiating. Interment was in, Paul Smith of; Rittman Ohio, and leaders are grateful to the Stitt, pastor. Monday night a.m., Morning Worship 11 APRIL18 you and you are required toserve Lamb, Jr. 341 E. Forsyth Street
Sapp Cemetery under the and Ross Smith of Camden leader and Troop for the rich Easter rehearsal at 7 p.m. a.m. The Easter Program 4 CUBB Economic Agency a copy of your written defenses Jacksonville. Florida 32202.

direction of Archer Funeral Mass.; one sister, Mrs. Doris, information gained. It was Tuesday night Young Junior p.m. The Singing Wonders of announces a Public Hearing if any, to it on RICHARDE. Telephone: ((904)) 355-2691.
to the transition of WELTY, Attorney for
Home of Lake Butler.SIIEPPARI Crabtree of Starke and informative and entertaining. Choir rehearsal. Wednesday Jacksonville will present a relating
eight 1
is 114
8 CUBB Economic Agency to a Petitioner, whose address 3/31 2lchg 4/7
grandchildren. night Prayer Meeting 7:30: program/ p.m.Macedonia
Funeral CHURCH NEWS p.m. Thursday night Bible Freewill Baptist new multi-county agency. All Walnut Street, P.O. Box 995

Sunday in the services DeWitt were C. Jones held Free Canaan True Churchof Study at 7 p.m. Sunday School Church, Rev. J.N. Butler, residents of Bradford County are Starke, Florida, 32091, and file IN THE CIRCUIT COURT I
invited to attend this public the original with the Clerk of the CIRCUIT
Chapel at Starke with Rev. God In Unity Weekly 10 a.m., Easter program and pastor. Wednesday night EIGHTH JUDICIAL OF.
S. Moore
Sheppard Jim Black and ,Rev. John services as follows: Tuesday Easter Egg Hunt is set for 2 Bible Class. Thursday night hearing and to express their above-styled Court on or before FLORIDA IN AND FOR
28 at his
Monday, night Prayer Meeting 7:30p.m. : Community Prayer Meeting. views or submit written April 18, 1977, otherwise a BRADFORD COUNTY

home in Crescent City. Chasteen ment officiating.in Inter. ., Wednesday night p.m.Mt.. Morlah Church, Sunday School 10 a.m. The comments on this proposed Judgment may be entered CIVIL ACTION
He was a native of Raiford, was Lawtey The meeting will be for the relief No. 77 89
Tarrying Service, Friday Tuesday night Prayer Easter Program at 5 p.m. will change. against you CASE
but lived most of his life in Cemetery. night Bible Study 7::30. Sunday Meeting 7:30. Wednesdaynight terminate services for the hekfMonday, April 18, 1977, at demanded In the Petition. MORTGAGEFORECLOSURE t

Miami. School 10 a.m., Morning!! Choir rehearsal 7:30: p.m. at RJE High School WITNESS my hand and the
Survivors include; his wife Library Book 5pm. day.Church North Pine Street in said Court the 10 bay :
Worship 11 a.m., Evening Sunday School 9:30, Morning of God In Christ, Building on Seal of on FARMERS AND DEALERS
Lula, Crescent City, three Worship 7:30 Starke. of March, 1977. BANK, A banking corporation,
: p.m. Worship 11 a.m. with the Elder D.R. Williams, pastor.
brothers: Harley, James and Reviews 1\
SuggestedAt Greater [Bethlehem I Service follows GILBERT S. BROWN AS Plaintiff
Easter program combined. activity as :
Herbert all of Tampa, four
Freewill Baptist Church Rev. Everyone is invited to attend. Sunday School 9:30: a.m. CLERK -vs- '<
sisters; Doris Richards, Lake the : Beulah M. Moody, Deputy DONEL STOKES, single '1-
Butler reception for local Jasper Williams, pastor. Ebenezer Baptist Church, Communion Service 11:30.:
Evelyn Tompkins,
authors in the Bradford Service activities as follows: Rev. L.R. Davis, pastor. YPWW and Pre Easter NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Clerk Defendant.
Grace r'
Dobbs and
Inez Leesburg Carver, Jacksonville. County Public Library, March Weekly services begin with Tuesday night 7:30-8-30: : Bible Program 6:30.: Evening REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME FIRST PUBLICATION, March NOTICE OF SUIT -

Funeral services, held 18, there was some interest the Tiny Tots rehearsing 6:30: Class.Thursday night 7-8 p.m. Worship 8pm.Greater Pursuant to Section 86509 17, 1977 PROPERTYTO '
March were expressed in having monthly and Easter rehearsal 7:30.: Prayer Meeting. Saturday, Florida Statutes, notice is here- : DONEL STOKES, address
Thursday, 31, in
Claton-Frank Funeral Home evening book reviews. Tuesday: Prayer Meeting 6 7:30: ,all men of the church are Allen Chapel by given that the undersigned 3/17 4tchg 4/7/ unknown-

Crescent City with intermentin Books, both current and old, p.m., Easter rehearsal 7:30: ; asked to meet with the pastor. A.M.E. Church, Rev. R.G. Douglas and Brenda Fertig At. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
could be discussed and reviewed Wednesday: Easter rehearsal Heastie 1 Box 12 Starke Florida an action to foreclose the
Eden Cemetery, Crescent Sunday morning 6 a.m. pastor. Tuesday REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
once a month on 6 p.m., Senior Choir rehearsal Sunrise Easter Service. The night Prayer Meeting 32091, doing business under the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN following property in Bradford
City. Monday evening in the 7:30: ; Thursday: Easter rehearsal public is invited to attend. Sunday School will begin services firm name of "D & B FEED AND Thatthe undersigned under the County Florida:
library. 6 Hour FARM 1005 South Lots Three (13)) and Four ((4)),
Story Bethel SUPPLIES
p.m., New Missionary at 10 a.m., Morning of Section 86609
:Mrs. Mae Dowling Shaw Reviews and discussions 7:30.: Friday: Junior Choir and Baptist Church, Rev. L.R. Worship 11 am., Easter Water Street. Starke Bradford provisions Florida Statutes, will register BLock Eight ((8)) CORLLOTTA.UNIT .
Mrs. Bertha Mae Dowling I could be led by Usher Board No. 2 will meet at 32091 intend ONE, according to plat recorded
group Davis, pastor. Bible Study Program 3 p.m. This will County Florida, with the Clerk of the Circuit
Shaw of Shannon. Georgia members on a rotating basis. 6 p.m. Sunday: Breakfast 8 Wednesday night 7:308:30p.m. : : terminate services for the to 'register said fictitious name Court in and for Bradford in Plat Book 3. Page 14.

died Sunday April 3. Also guest speakers could be a.m., Sunday School 9:30: Choirs 1 and 2, Ushers 1 day The ladies of the churchare under the provisions of aforesaid County, Florida, upon receipt of of the public records of Bradford

Born in Bradford County at invited to participate.If a.m., Worship Service 11 a.m. and 2 are on program in Talla- selling dinners for the statute. proof of publication of this County Florida.
Raiford June 19, 1906, Mrs. at all interested in helping The Little Folk will hassee the and Brenda -has been filed against you
present April 7, at 7 p.m. for benefit of Women's Day Douglas Fertig, notice, the following fictitious
Shaw was the daughter of the form such a group please their segment of the Easter the convention at Greater Mt. program. All members are joint owners. name, to-wit: Corona Mobile DONEL STOKES and you are

late John Rance Dowhng Sr. contact the Bradford County Program. Dinner will be Pleasant Missionary Baptist asked to please cooperate with Dated this 31st day of March, Homes, Inc., d/b/a Starke required to serve a copy of your
and Mrs. Debbie Browning Public Library. You call served at 1230. The written defenses, if any to it, on
may : Young Church, 866 W. Golden St. these activities for success. A D. 1977 at Starke, Florida. Home Center under which I am
Dow ling. She taught school at 964-6400 or write to at 105 E. Adults will their the plaintiffs attorney, who
present segment (tonight, Thursday, April 7)). The Junior Church will sell engaged in business at Hwy. 301
Itaiford for several years Jackson St. Starke Fl. 32091. of the Easter name and address is George H.
program at Sunday School 10 a.m.". dinners Saturday. 3/31 4tpd 4/21 North. Starke Fla That the
before moving to Adairsville, PIerce, Esq, Attorney at Law
Georgia; where she continued names( ) of the personls) solely P.O. Draw 1030 Starke,

teaching until 1941. interested in the said business is Florida, 32091, and file the
TV 11-18
God Will
Church Of
Boycott ) follows
Survivors include: her (larel as : original with the clerk of the

husband. W.II. Shaw, NOTICE OF J.H. Lorence above styled court on or before

Shannon. Georgia; two The Lawtey Church of God beginning in our own homes, wide survey of viewers writing campaign to television SHERIFF'S SALE Executive Vice PresidentP.O. April 18. 1977: otherwise a

daughters; \\illa Mae Levy, will join a nationwide four. that hopefully will bring about sponsors of the 10 lowest rated networks and to local tele- Box 1921 judgement may be entered
N.J. and Susie in will be written and Notice is hereby given that I, Waycross, Ga. 31501 for the relief demanded
Woodridge, phase protest by the Church of positive change viewing programs vision stations will be against you
Martin\ Shannon, Georgia; God Denomination by turningoff habits and eventually in the asked to reconsider their promoted Dolph E. Reddish, as sheriff of in the complaint or

one son, Joseph Shaw, their television sets during media itself," said Coleman. sponsorship of these shows. Bradford County Florida, under 3/244tpd 4/14 petition

Birmingham, Alabama; six the week of April 11-18. The week of non-viewing is Following that, if no positive and by virtue of Writ of Execution WITNESS my hand and the

grandchildren plus one Alton B. Coleman, pastor, the initial phase of a four- response has been received The Church of God is one of to-wit: NOTICE OF INTENTION TO seal of said Court on March 11,
brother Charlie %V. DOM ling, said, "We believe that it is phase program to be carriedout from the sponsors, a product several denominations that Execution issued out of Circuit REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 1977.
Raiford time to do something more over a period of 10 months. boycott will be organized as a are planning organized cam- Court of Dade County, Florida Pursuant to Section 86609 Gilbert S. Brown, As Clerk of i
will be than The first of the the to the pursuant to a Final Judgment for Florida Statutes notice is here- said Court
Funerai services just complain about part programwill protest against sponsor paigns stop proliferation 'L.?
announced later by Jennings current television be followed by an ship of undesirable programming of television programs Atlas American Corporation d/b/a by given that the undersigned

Kuneral Home, Rome programing. We. intend to emphasis on family television Along .with the..rwhich emphasize violence and Atlas Electric,i Supplies and Thomas. and Augustine IVSxon 3/17 4trho 4/7 .
Georgia; take personal action, control. Based on a'nation pfoduct boycott; a letter Sex,said a church spokesman. against Ray ii s. Brumbaugh, 888 West Madison Street, ,-.--;- I t'
defendant 'in the amount of Starke, Florida, 32091, doing i-J THE CIRCUIT, / COURT FOR >
$8.664 together with costs of business under the firm name of BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA

Have seized and have in my REPAIR" 888 West Madison File Number 77-124-CPd(1.2615)IN )

SB\m.S.,, : possession the following described Street, Starke, Bradford RE: ESTATE OF JAMES W.

Bi: --"id I ID1SON IM -I o :-I HUlt\ I.I I=_ I D:-I D personal property to-wif: County Florida, :32091, intendto HORNE, a/k/a JAMES W.
t 1 Brown Leather 3-!seat Couch. 1 register said fichious name HORNE SR. and J.W. HORNE,
Brown Leather Chair 1 Gould under the provisions of aforesaid Deceased.

I.ii! Pump century 1/2 horse motor. statute. NOTICE ''
serial PE with pump attached serial Thomas and Augustine ADMINISTRATIONTO

4B7028321 with blue PM filter Mxon, joint owners. ALL PERSONS HAVINI,
GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH GRAHAM BAPTISTRev. AIR PARK attached. 1 Gould century pump, Dated this 17th day of March, CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
Charles Swarti Rev. Ben Bryant Highway bOA South .James Starling CHURCH 1/2 horse motor, serial P2 with A.D. 1977 at Starke Florida. AGAINST THE ABOVE fSTAIF 1 I .
Jerry D. Milton Rev. O.D. Brooks pump attached Jacuzzi serial AND ALL OTHER PERSONS '
This Sunday morning, Easter Sunday: Easter Pastor SUNDAY: Sunday School, Orange Street 4B7Q28328 with blue PM filter. 1 3/17 4tpd 4/7 INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE' I

Easter Sunday, there will be Sunrise Service behind 964-5656 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 Jacuzzi, sea-green In color, whirl YOU ARE HERBY NOTIFIED that
an Easter Sunrise Service Madison Street Church, 6:30: a.m.; Training Union, 6 p.m.; SUNDAY: Sunday School 10 pool bath. 1 Jacuzzi, grape in the administration of the estate of
held at 6:30: am on the a.m.; Sunday School, 9:45: SUNDAY: Bible School, 10 WEDNESDAY: Mid-Week a.m.; Worship Service 11 color whirl pool bath serial 113 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR JAMES W HORNE. deceased

Madison Street Baptist a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Morning Worship 11 Prayer Service, 7:30: p.m. a.tn.; Evening Worship p.m. model JR1 54. 1 Custom line BRADFORD COUNTY, File Number 77.124-CPI1.2615)), is
Church Ballfield You may a.m.; Church Training 6:15: a.m. ; Children's Choir WEDNESDAY: Prayer executive whirl pool bath with FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION pending in the Circuit Court for

come and sit in your cars or p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30 Practice, 5:45: p.m.; Training Service 7pm. pump serial P4.century.2 Jacuzzi File Number 12609IN Bradford County. Florida Probate

chairs will be set up outside to p.m.Monday Union. 6:30: p.m.; Evening whirl pool bath model J300-B: Division, the address of which is
sit under the sky. Special : Youth Choir Worship. 7:30: p.m.WEINESDAY FIRST CHRISTIAN circulators with handles. 1 Jacuzzi RE Estate of JAMES SHEP GILBERT S. BROWN. Clerk of the
music and a special Easter Girl's Ensemble, 7 p.m. : Sunday CHURCH FIRST UNITED whirl pool bath, model J300 Unit TOMLINSON. Deceased. Circuit Court Drawer B. Starke
message will be brought. The Tuesday: Helen Masters School Workers Meeting, 7 Jim Love, Minister METHODIST CHURCH 9493B, circulator. 1 Jacuzzi whirl NOTICEOF Florida 32091 The personal

entire community is invited. group. 10 a.m.; Lorena a.m.; Bible Study and Prayer, pool bath, model J30B Unit representative of the estate is
hCIIEOL'LK Epperson group, 2:30: p.m.; 7:30: p.m.; Adult Choir SUNDAY: Sunday School. SUNDAY: 9:45: a.m., 49806, circulator. 1 A.O. Smith ADMINISTRATIONTO WILLIAM M. HORNE, whose

Ida Darby group, 2:30: p.m.; Practice, 8:15: p.m. 9:45: a.m.; morning service, Church School; 11 a.m. electric water heater, model ORE HAVING address is Drawer I, Honipton,
SUNDAY: Sunday school Junior Choir 3:30: p.m.; Lottie 10:45: a.m.; youth group, 6 Morning Worship with 6P790. serial 790-K-73-30640.( 1 DEMANDS Florida 32044. The name and
9:45: a.m., Morning Worship II Moon group( 7:30: p.m. "A Church Where p.m.; evening worship, 7 nursery provided. A.O. Smith 6gal. electric water CLAIMS OR ESTATE address of the personal represenl-
a m., Church Training 6-15: Wednesday: Family Night Everybody is Somebody"ST. p.m.; Choir practice, 8 p.m. heater, model DRE6P790 serial ALL OTHER PERSONS live's attorney are set forth below.
p.m.. Evening Worship 7:30: Supper, 6:15: p.m.; Meetings", WEDNESDAY : Bible 79OG-73-34S88 1 Jacuzzi electric AND All persons having claims or
p m. Choir will present Easter 6:45: p.m.; "Hour of Power MARK'S CIIURCII Study, 8 p.m. motor pump filter assembly, : demands against the estate are

Cantata 7:30: p.m., Business Meeting; Rev.John FlynnThURSDAY CARD OF THANKS century serial NB 1 Jacuzzi required. WITHIN THREE
TUESDAY Bible and Adult Choir 8:15: heartfelt thanks to all YOU ARE HEREBY
: Study p.m. Our custom line Roman bath. purple MONTHS FROM ,
Monthly Luncheon 11 a.m. Thursday: Deacon and SS : Holy who extended comforting serial 193. 1 Jacuzzi whirl pool NOTIFIED that the THE DATE OF THE FIHST .

WEDNESDAY: Mid-week visitation.The Eucharist & Stripping of the ALLEN CHAPEL sympathy and help in our bath, grape In color serial 112. 1 JAMES administration SHEP of TOMLINSON the estate of, PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
service 7:30: p.m., Youth Choir A.M.E.CHURCH recent sorrow. For the whirl pool bath by
Altar 7:30: p.m.; Large green File Number 1.2609 to file. with the clerk of the above
deceased ,
Practice 7:30: p.m.. Adult FRIDAY : Meditation on "The Friendly Church" beautiful service, floral Aqua Therapy Spas Inc. with in the Circuit Court court a written statement of any

Choir Practice 8:30: p.m. First Baptist Church of Jesus' Passion. 7:30: p.m.; 749 Pine St.,Starke offerings, and other inside steps. 1 White/blue Jacuzzi for is pending Bradford County, Florida, ... claim or demand they may have.
Starke will have Centennial Rev. R.G. Heastie Pastor kindnesses we are deeply .j
a EASTER SUNDAY: Holy pump assembly No. 58-0445 1 Probate Division, the address of Each claim must be in writing and
I'MTEO PENTECOSTAL:. : Homecoming Sunday, May 15 Eucharist, 8:30: a.m.; Church grateful. Also, a special thank Gas powered concrete compactor which is Bradford County must indicate the basis for the
CHURCH and celebrate with an Old School. 9:45: a.m. ; Holy SUNDAY: Sunday School you to Brother and Sister Jim by Jay Corp., Model J13. serial Courthouse, Starke, Florida claim, the name and address of the

204 Water Street Fashioned Day. Eucharist 11 am.; Easter 9:30: a.m., Morning Worship, Black, Brother and Sister numbers 19-485 and 5263741. 1 32091. creditor or his agent or attorney, I
The church founded In Egg Hunt. 4pm.EASTER 11 a.m., Evening Worship, 5 Lester Austin, and Deoram Gds powered chain saw by and the amount claimed If the \

WEDNESDAY : Bible January 1877, will have p.m., first Sunday only: love Bholem. "STIHL," red and gray in color. 1 of claim is not yet due the dale whenit
The representative
study 7:30: various events using the Old SCHEDULEST. feast 7:30: p.m. Friday before The Family of Milo Smith Jacuzzi, purple whirl pool bath. 1 tfQr personal HARRAL will become due shall be stated.
p.m. estate is
Fashioned Day theme _first_ Sundav._ Jacuzzi whirl pool bath model
FRIDAY: Young people's EDWARD'SRev. n nm TOMLINSON whose address is If the claim is contigent or unliqui
emphasizing the 100 years of J300-B()( Unit 46197, circulator with dated the of the
service. 7:30: p.m. Father Patrick Foley 3012 West 1st Street, nature uncer
SUNDAY: Sunday School. service by the church. FIRST BAPTIST PLANS handle. 4 Chemical feeder, model Jacksonville, Florida 32205. The tainty shall be stated. If the claim is

10 a.m.; Worship Services, 11 Also expected to join former in the April 7 Holy Thursday, 7 H-301 serial DOS. 37923 37348", name and address of the secured, the security shall be
celebration are :37350: ( and 35604 "The WIDGET..
and 7:30 described. The claimant shall
a m : p.m.MORGAN personal representative'sattorney
pastors, former members and p.m.April 8 Good Friday, 3 EASTER SUNRISE SERVICEAn 1 Yellow Leather Chair. 1 Green are set forth below. deliver sufficient copies of'the
friends. Metal Upright cabinet two-door. 1 claim to the clerk to enable the

ROAD p.m.April 9 Holy Saturday 7 Easter Sunrise service Baptist Association, will bring Black Leather and Mahogany All persons having claims or clerk to mail one copy',to each

BAPTISTSUNDAY pm. (Easter Vigil Mass). will be held on the south side the message. Chair 1 Black doth and demands against the estate are personal representative.
: Sunday School SMYRNA BAPTIST CHURCH April 10 Easter Sunday, 9 of Madison Street Baptist Arrangements have been Mahogany Swivel Chair. 1 Filing required WITHIN THREE All persons interested in the

10 a.m", Morning Worship and Elder T.C.Williams am. and 11 a.m. Church, at 6:30: a.m. Easter made for persons to drive in Cabinet. five-drawer, off brown. 1 MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF estate to 'whom a copy of this
Services for the Deaf, 11 a.m., "On the search for a Morning.Rev. and remain in their cars or Ring Cabinet, five-drawer, steel THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF Notice of Administration has been

Training Union 6:30: p.m. friendly church John Davis, Directorof use available seating. grey. 1 Executive Desk, black, THIS NOTICE, to file with the mailed are required. WITHIN
Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF Missions for New River Everyone is invited. metal with mahogany top. 2 clerk of the above court a THREE MONTHS FROM THE
WEDNESDAY: Mid-week Welcome to GOD Secretary swivel' chairs, 1 yellow written statement of any claimor DATE OF THE FIRST
Prayer Service and Bible Smyrna "The Happy Church and 1 brown. 1 Reception Desk, 3- demand they may have. Each PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
Methodist Church To Host
Study 7:30: p.m., Choir SUNDAY: Sunday School, Hwy. HatWeldonSt. drawer. black metal and claim must be in writing and to file any objections they may
Practice, 8:15: p.m.CALVARY Service 11 Starke mahogany top. 1 Desk, large, 6- must indicate the basis for the have that challenge the validity of
Worship ,
10 a m Easter ServiceThe
1 3M Casual
a.m., B.T.S., 5:45: p.m.; SUNDAY: Sunday School, Community drawer mahogany. claim, the name and address of the decedent's .will, tho
BAPTIST Evening Worship, 7 p.m.' 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 Desk Copier, Serial 896711.As the creditor or his agent or qualifications of the personal
CHURCH All visitors are warmly a.m.; Evening Worship, 7 First United Methodist Methodist children will the property of the above attorney. and the amount representative 'or the venue or

Jim Black. Pastor welcomed. We preach the Church will have a bring flowers to church school named defendant and that on claimed. If the claim is not yet jurisdiction of the court. I
death burial and resurrectionof pmWEDNESDAY: Youth Community Easter Service on next Sunday morning to Monday, the 25th day of Apr. due, the date when it will ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS. AND I
SUNDAY: Sunday School the Lord Jesus Christ. meeting, 7 p.m.; Bible Study, Sunday, April 10, in the decorate the children's cross 1977 at twelve o'dock: noon on become due shall be stated. If OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILm I ."
7 which is in the church court said day at Route 2, Box 408A, WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. t..
9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship. Come join us on the Lord's p.m. sanctuary at 7 p.m.A the claim is contingent or
11 a.m.; Evening Worship, 7pm. Pastor Robert Harden pancake breakfast, yard. Metrose. Florida (intersection of unliquidated the nature of the Date of the first publication of
Day. Welcome and alll! be Stat. Road 21 and 521-86.) I will this Notice of Administration
one sponsored by the MYF will uncertainty shall be stated. If the
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( ) offer for sale and sell to the highest
served at 8 p.m. in the Fellow Thursday night tonight claim is secured the security March 31, 1977. .
STARKE ship Hall. Donations will be the Methodist Church will holda bidder for cash in hand the above thai be described. The claimant WILLIAM M. Home, As Personal

CHURCH OK GOD PINE GROVE $1.50. The public is invited to Tenebrae Service in the described property of said shall deliver sufficient copies of Representative of the Estate of

Rev. M.E. Drake METHODIST CHURCH FIRST. PRESBYTERIAN attend. sanctuary at 7:30: p.m. defendant to satisfy aforesaid the claim to the clerk to enable JAMES W. HORNE Deceased

Rev. Ben L.Coleman CHURCH Execution. the clerk to mail one copy to ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
Sunday Sunday School 10 DOLPH E. REDDISH, SHERIFF
Dr.Jack Hand,minister each personal representative. REPRESENTATIVE:
am.; Morning Worship. 11 SUNDAY: Sunday School, Gospel Businessmen Cancel April DinnerThe Bradford County Florida. Richard C.Williams I

am.; Evening Worship 7 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship, SUNDAY: Sunday Scfiobl. All persons Interested in the 122 North BoulevardNew

p.m. Family 11 am.$; Evening Services, 9:30: a.m.; Morning Worship April dinner meeting of been cancelled due to a 3/31 4tchg 4/21 estate to whom a copy of this Port Richey, Florida, :3355
Wednesday : 7:30: p.m. 11 a.m. the Starke Chapter of the Full conflict of dates. Notice of Administration has Telephone: 81}849-2269
Training Hour, 7:30: p.m. THURSDAY: Prayer Men'sFellowship The monthly meetings will ,
THURSDAY : Choir Gospel Business been mailed are required
7:30: Friday p.m. : Prayer Meeting, Meeting, 7:30 p.m. practice,'7:30 p.m. International has resume in May. WITHIN THREE MONTHS 3/31 2tchg 4/7 !:

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RESOLUTION TO RE-DEFINE Ion 124.03 Florida Statutes, Farmers Market Road, thencerun -vi), thence run southerly jection with State R 16 intersection with State Road convergence of the Bradford IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
THE BOUNDARIES OF pertaining to the boundaries of westerly along Farmers Mar- along State Road 225 (Bal (see Street), run 225, at Graham, thence run Union county line (New River) AND FOR BRADFORD
: COUNTV COMMISSIONER the County Commissioner Districts ket Road to State Road 16, Highway) to its wh said State Road South o State Road 225 to Its and the BradfordAlechuacuty COUNTY, FLORIDA
DISTRICTS AND THE ELEC- and to the provisions of thence run northwesterly along State Road 100, said 18(Brownlee Stl) to th Sea Intersection with the Br line (Santa Fe River), CASE NO.:77-23 CP
TION PRECINCTS THEREOF IN amended Section 98.031 State Road 16 to the county beginning. board the Alachua county line ( F thence run northeasterly along IN RE: Estate of DEBORAHANN
BRADFORD COUNTY Florida Statutes, pertaining to graded road known as the Crawford ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 6 said point of beginning. River), thence run southerly the Brao-Unio county line BOWERS, Dea.
FLORIDA IN COMPLIANCE changes in boundaries of Election Road, thence run easterly VANDERBILT: ELCON PRECINCT NO. 9 easterly along the Bradford- ( ) intersectionwith
I I WITH THE PROVISIONS OF Precincts, and Exhibit I and along the Crawford Road to Commencing at the point of '.. : Alachua county line to Its intersection State Road 100, thence run ADMINISTRATIONTO
I CHAPTER 124 and SECTION Exhibit II, relating thereto. State Road 200-A, thence run )Intersection of State Road 10 Commencing at the Intersection with the West line of southeasterly along State Road ALL PERSONS HAVING
98.031 AS AMENDED, EFFECTIVE THAT: a certified copy 'of this southerly along State Road :200- and State Roa 225, thence of State Road 230 and Section 2 Township 8 South, 100 to Its Intersection wit th OR DEMANDS
forth- A State Road 200 State Road line Range the said point ofbeginning. West line of AGAINSTTHE ABOVE ESTATE
JANUARY 1, 1977 resolution and Exhibits be to (US 301)) northerly 2 the Bradford-Clay county Range &
FLORIDA STATUTES.At with transmitted to Honorable thence run southerly along State to its Intersection with Stat thence run South along the thence run South along th AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
Bruce A. Smathers Secretary of road 200 (US 301)) to the county Road 229 thence run southerly Bradford-day county line to th ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 12 West line of Ran 21 East to INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
the regular meeting of the State State of Florida, graded road leading to Saxton, along State Road 229 to its Intersection southernmost right-of-way LINCOLN CITY: Intersection Road 18, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
Board of County Commissionersof Tallahassee Florida to satisfythe thence run easterly along the with State Road State Road 18, thence run Commencing at the intersection thence ru easterly along State the administration of the
Bradford County Florida conditions and requirementsof Sexton road to Its Intersectionwith 229A, thence run northeasterlyand northerly and westerly along of Cal Street (State Road 18 to its Intersection with Estate of DEBORAH ANN
held on Monday March 7. 1977 the above references to the the Seaboard Coastline east along State Road 229A State Road 18 to its intersectionwith Road 230 Walnut Street, State Road 225, at Graham, BOWERS deceased Case
at its office in the county court- Florida Statutes. Railroad the said point of to its intersection with State State Road 100, thence run the run easterly along Call thence run South on State Road Number 77-23 CP, Is pending in
house at Starke Florida with CERTIFICATE OFRECOMMENDATION beginning. Road 16, thence run nrth nohwtarty along State Road to its intersection with 225 to its intersection with the the Circuit Court for Bradford
the following members present: AND COUNTY COMMISSIONER terly along State Street, within the Water Street thence run Bradford-Aahu county line County, Florida, Probate
D.L. Shuford Commissioner APPROVAL DISTRICT NO. 2 BAYLESS: intersection with the Bradford- city limits of Starke Florida, southerly along Water Street to ( ), thence run Division, the address of which is
-- District No. 1. SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS Commencing at the point of Union county lin(New River), continuing northerly along' State Road 100, continuing northwesterly\ along the Bra Bradford County Courthouse,
George W. Roberts Jr., BRADFORD COUNTY, intersection of State Road 100 thence run southwesterly along Water Street to its intersection southerly on State Road 100 to ford-Alachua county line ( Starke, Florida;The personal re-
Chairman Commissioner FLORIDA and the Bradford-Union county the Braord-Uno county line with Call Street (State Road its Intei with the county Fe River) to its convergence with presentative of the estate is
District No. 2. line (New River), thence run ( Rier) Intersectionwith 230)), thence run easterly along known a the the Bradford-Union county line DONALD T. BOWERS, whose
Maxie Carter Jr. Com- I I. Jeneva M. Flynn, Super southeasterly along State Road Road 100 thence runsoutheasterly Call Street (State Road 230)) to Meng's Dairy Road the run (New River), the said point of address is P.O. Box 877,
missioner District No. 3. visor of Elections, Bradford 100 to Its intersection with Pratt along State Road Bent Road, thence run East westerly along the Meng's Dairy beginning.After keystone Heights, Florida. T
E.W. Hodges Jr., Commissioner County State of Florida do Street thence run North and 100 to its intersection with State along Bessant Road to 'the Road to its intersection with discussion and con- name and address of
District No. 4. hereby certify that after due and then East on Pratt Street to its Road 225, the said point of easterly boundary of the City of State Road 221, thence runnorthwesterly sideration of all references, ex- personal representative'sattorney
Hazel Paulk Commissioner diligent study and considerationof intersection with Orange Street, beginning.COUNTY. Starke thence run South alongthe along State Road hibits, recommendations and are s for below.
District No. 5. that portion of this resolution thence run South on Orange COMMISSIONER easterly boundary of the Cityof 221 to its intersection with State bounrie and other facts All persons having claims or ,
Hazel Paulk Commissioner reflecting the changes in Street to Its Intersection with DISTRIC NO. 3 BLAN Starke to its intersection with Road 200 (US 301)), thence run Maxie Carter, demands against the estate are
District No.5. offered and election precincts and the Call Street, thence run easterly : State Road 230, thence run northeasterly along State Road Jr. Commissioner, District 3, required, WITHIN THREE
moved the adoption of the boundaries thereof, do here- along Call Street to Bessant Commencing at the pointbfintersection easterly along State Road 230 to 200(US 301)) to Walnut Str in seconded the motion of MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
above entitled resolution with, by my signature affixed Road, thence run East along of the southernmost Its intersection with the Brad Starke, Florida, run Commissioner Paulk fo the THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
following herewith hereto confirm by endorsementand Bessant Road to the East right-of-way of State Road 18 ford-day county line, the said northerly along Walnut Street to adoption of the resolution, THIS NOTICE, to file with the
WHEREAS, The Legislatureof approval of such changes boundary of the City of Starke, and the Bradford-Day county point of beginning. its intersection with Call StreetState including the Exhibits referred to Clerk of the above Court a
the State of Florida amended and designations, and in compliance thence run North along the East line, thence run northerly and COUNTY COMMISSIONER ( Road 230)), the said point herein end made a part of this written statement or any claimor
Section 98.031 Florida with the provisions of boundary of the City of Starke to westerly along State Road 18 to DISTRICT NO. 4 HAMPTON: of beginning. resolution, and after being demand they may have. Each
Statutes, with an effective date Chapter 98, Section 98.031, its intersection with Alligator its intersection with State Road Commencing at the inter- COUNTY COMMISSIONER Joined In session by Mrs. Jeneva claim must be in writing and
of January 1, 1977 pertaining to Florida Statutes recommend Canal, thence follow the westerly 100, thence run northwesterly section of the stherstrightfway DISTRICT NO. 5 BROOKER: M. Flynn Supervisor of Sec must indicate the basis for the
making certain changes in without reservation that the course of Alligator Canal to along State Road 100 to Water of State Road 18 Cing at the point of tion, Bradford County Florida, claim, the name and address of
Election Precinct boundariesthat Board of County Commissioners the northeast comer of Lot Nine Street, within the city limits of and the Bradford-day county convergence of the Bradford- the said motion was then put to the creditor or his agent or
would require such pre- Bradford County ((9)) Blending Subdivision, thencerun Starke, Florida continuing line thence run northerly endwesterly Alachua county line (Santa Fe a vote an unanimously approved attorney, and the amount
cincts to conform to clearly Florida, concur approve and westerly along the North line northerly along Water Street to along State Road 18 to River) and the Bradford-Union by the affirmative votes of claimed. If the claim i not yet
recognizable and observable adopt the same as herein of Lot Nine ((9)) Blending Sub- its intersection with Call StreetState its intersection with State Rod county line (New River), thencerun Commissioner D.L. Shufo due, the date when will become
boundaries for each Election provided for. division to the intersection of ( Road 230)) thence run 100 thence run northwesterly northeasterly along the District 1, Gge due shall be stated. If the
Precinct Such boundaries must Jeneva M. Flynn, Supervisor of Jackson and St. Clair Streets, easterly along Call Street (State along State Road 100 to Water Bradford-Union county line W. Roberts, Jr., District claim is contingent or un-
coincide with visible features' Elections continuing westerly along Jack Road 230)) to Bessant Road, Street, within the city limits of (New River) to its intersection Commissioner E.W. Hodges, liquidated, the nature of the
readily distinguishable on the Bradford County State of son Street to the Seaboard thence run East along Bessant Starke, Florida, continuing northerly with State Road 100, thence run District 4. uncertainty shall be stated. If the
ground such as highways Florida. Coastline Railroad thence run Road to the easterly boundary of along Water Street to its southeasterly along State Road Gorge W. Roberts, Jr., claim is secured, the security
roads streets railroads, rivers, COUNTY COMMISSIONER northerly along the Seaboard the City of Starke, thence run intersection with Call Street 100 to the westerly boundary of Board of County shall be described. The claimant
streams, and so forth. DISTRICT NO. 1 LAWTEY: Coastline Railroad to its Intersection North along the easterly (State Rod 230)) thence run the City of Stak continuing Commissioners, Bradford shall deliver sufficient copies of
WHEREAS, in order to effect Commencing at the point of with Adkins Street, boundary of the City of Starke to westerly along Call Street to its along State (Madison County, State of Florida the claim to the Clerk to enable
such change and to comply with intersection of the county thence run westerly along Ad- its intersection with AlligatorCanal intersection with Walnut Street, Street) t its intersection with Attest: Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk the Clerk to mail one copy to
the provisions of the amended graded road known as the Mark kins Street to its intersectionwith thence run along the thence run southerly along Walnut Pratt Street, thence run North of the .Circuit Court, and ex- each personal representative.
Section 98.031 Florida Lee Starling road, and the Sea- State Road 200 (Temple westerly course of Alligator Street to Its intersection with and East o Pratt Street to its intersection officio Secretary, Board of All persons Intereste in the
Statutes would require the board Coastline Railroad, thencerun Avenue), thence run northerly Canal to the southeast comer of State Road 200 (US 301)), with Orange Street, County Conio Bradford estate to a copy of this
abolishment of Election PrecinctNo. East to the Bradford-Clay along State Road 200 (Temple Lot Eight ((8)) Blending SubDivision continuing southerly alo State thence run South on Orange Cn F.CERTIFICTE Notice of Administration has
13-A GRAHAM and county line, thence run North Avenue), to Farmers Market thence run westerly Road 200 (US 301)) intersection Street to its intersection with been mailed are required,
Election Precinct 15-B, NEW along the Bradford-Clay county Road, thence run westerly along along the south lin of Lo Egh with State Ro 227, Call Street, thence run easterly WITHIN THREE MONTHS
RIVER and certain other line to the BradfordBakercounty Farmers Market Road to State ((8)) Blanding Sub-Division thence run and along Call Street to its Inter- FROM THE DATE OF THE
changes in Election Precinct No. line, thence run West Road 16, thence run nor- Intersection of Jackson and St. southerly along State Road Z section with Walnut Street, I, Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk of FIRST PUBLICATION OF THISNOTCE
7, RENO neither of whose along the BradfordBakercounty thwesterly along State Road 16 Clair Streets continuing to its intersection with thence run southerly along Wal- the Circuit Court of Bradford to file any objections
boundaries conform to the line to the Bradford- to the Bradford-Union county westerly along Jackson Street to Road 18, continuing westerlyand nut Street to State Road 200 County, Florida, and eK-cl have that challenge
amended requirements. Union county line (New River), line (New River), thence run its intersection with the Seaboard southerly along State Road (US 301)), continuing southerly Secretary of the Boar the validity of the decedent'swill
THEREFORE BE IT RE- thence run southwesterly alongthe southwesterly along the Coastline Railroad, thencerun 18 to its intersection with State along State Road 200 (US 301)) County Comio the qualifications of the
SOLVED, by this body the Bradford-Union county line Bradford-Union county line to its northerly along the Seaboard Rand 225, at Graham, thencerun to its intersection with State ford Coun Floda. D HERE- personal representative or th
Board of County Commissionersof to its intersection with State intersection with State Road Coastline Railroad to its South along State Road 2 Road 227, thence run westerly BY attac venue jurisdiction of th
the County of Bradford Stateof Road 16, thence run southeasterly 100, the said point of beginning.IN intersection with Adkins Street, to its intersection with the and southerly along State Road and foregoing is a tr court. o
Florida and joined therein by along State Road 16 to its COMPLIANCE WITH THE thence run westerly along Akin ford-Alachua county line (Santa 227 to State Road 18 continuing correct copy of a resolution redefining ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS
the duly elected Supervisor of intersection with Farmers Mar- PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER Street to its Fe River), thence run sutherlVand westerly and southerly along the County Com- AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
Elections of said county, in a ket Road thence run easterly 124 FLORIDA STATUTES, with State Road 200 (Temple easterly along the Bradford- State Road 18 to Its intersection missioner Districts 1 through 5, FILED WILL BE FOREVER
regular meeting duly assembled along Farmers Market Road to County Commissioner DistrictNo. Avenue), thence run northerly Alachua county line (Santa F with State Road 2 at Graham, and the Section Precincts there- BARRED.
mutually agree to hereby sub- State Road 200 (Temple 2 Bayless, is further sub- along State Road 200 (Temple River)to its intersection with thence run on State Road of, numbered 1 through 15, of Date of the first publication of
scribe and approve to the redefinition Avenue), thence! run southerly divided into three ((3)) Election Avenue) to its intersection with Putnam county line, thence run 225 to its intersection with the the Cout of Bradford State of this Notice of Administration:
of Election Precinct along State Road 200 (Temple Precincts as follows: State Road 16 (Brownlee East along the Putnam countyline Bradford-Alachua county line a adopted by the March 31, 1977.
boundaries, in order to comply Avenue) to State Road 16 Election Precinct No. 4 Street), thence run easterly to the Bradford-day county (Santa Fe River), thence run Board of County Commissionersat Donald T. Bowers, as Personal
(Brownlee Street) to the Sea- LEGION HALL Election Precinct along State Road 16 (Brownlee North the the Brad- its
with the provisions of the ; line, thence run along northeasterly along regular meeting duly cll Representative of the Estate of
amended Florida Statute. Sec- board Coastline Railroad, thencerun No. 5 PLEASANT Street) to its intersection with Bradford-day county line to its ford-Alachua county line (SantaFe and held on Monday, Deborah Ann Bowers,
tion 98.031 northerly along the Sea GROVE; Election Precinct No. 6 the Seaboard Coastline Railroad intersection with the south River) to its convergence with 1977, and appearing of re in
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, board Coastline Railroad to its VANDERBILT; ,.. the said thence run northerly along most right-of-way of the Bradford-Union county line the minutes of said in Decee.. P.A.
THAT intersection with the Mark Lee precincts being wholly confined the Seaboard Coastline Railroad 18, the said point of beginning (New River), the said point of Minute Book No. 11 of the BY: George A.
1 In accomplishing the desired Starling road, the said point of within the boundaries of County to its intersection with a cunt IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE,. Ii beginning. Board .of County, Com, .. Post Office Steogeani 17
changes that the boun- beginning.IN Commissioner District No.2, graded road known as PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE missioners. Ocala, Bl
daries of the affected County COMPLIANCE WITH THE and the boundaries for each are Starling Road, thence run 124, FLORIDA STATUTES, PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER I FURTHER CERTIFY that Exhibits Attorney for Personal
Commissioner Districts, be like- PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER herewith separately described: easterly alo the Mark Lee County Commissioner District 124 FLORIDA STATUTES, I and II, as referred to in Representative
wise re-defined in accorance 124 FLORIDA STATUTES, ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 4 Starling to its intersectionwith + No. 4 Hampton, is further County Commissioner District the resolution, have been mea Telephone: 9047320079
with the provisions of Chapter County Commissioner DistrictNo. LEGION HALLCommencing the Bradford-day county sub-divided into three ((3)) No. 5 Brooder, is further subdivided part of the official 3/31 2tchg 4IN
124, Florida Statutes pertaining 1 Lawtey is further subdivided at the Intersec- line to the southernmost right- Election Precincts as follows: into three ((3)) Election the Board of County Com /
thereto and that the require- into three ((3)) Election tion of State Road 16 and State of-way of State Road 18 the Election Precinct No. 10 Precincts a follows: missioners.WITNESS. THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
ments of said Chapter be observed Precincts as follows: Road 229A, thence run said point of bimin. THERESSA; Election PrecinctNo. Election Precinct No. 13 MY HAND AND BRADFORD COUNTY.
Election Precinct No. 1 southeasterly along State Road IN THE 11 HAMPTON; Election ROELL; Election Precinct No. OFFICIAL SEAL, at Starke
2 For purposes of referenceand Lawtey; Election Precinct No. 2 16 to Farmers Market Road PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER Precinct No. 12 LINCOLN SAMPON; Election Bradford County, Florida this FLORIDACIVIL ACTION
description a general high- KELLY; Election Precinct Now thence run easterly along 124, FLOF.IDA STATUTES, CITY ... the said precincts being Precinct N. BROOKER; 7th day of March 1977. CASE NO. 77-106
way map of Bradford County as 3 CRAWFORD ... the said Farmers Market Road to State County Commissioner DistrictNo. wholly confined within the ... the precincts being Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk of the NOTICE OF SUITIN
prepared by the State precincts being wholly confined Road 200 (Temple Avenue), 3 Blending is further boundaries of County Com- wholly confined within the Circuit Court, and ex-officio RE: The Marriage of RAY
Topographic Office. State of within the boundaries of County thence run southerly along State sub-divided into three ((3)) missioner District No. 4, and theboundaries boundaries of County Com- Secretary, Board of County MOND WADE HORN Husband -
Florida Department of Transportation Commissioner District No.1. Road 200 (Temple Avenue) to Election Precincts as follows: for each are herewith missioner District No. 5, and theboundaries Commissioners, Bradford ,
dated December, and the boundaries for each are State Road 16 (Brownlee Election Precinct No. 7 separately described. for each are herewith County, State of Florida and
1973 shall be used to graphically herewith separately described: Street), thence run northwesterly RENO; Election Precinct No. 8 ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 10 separately described: 3/17 4tcho 4/7 CHARYL LYNN HORN Wife.
define and outline each Com- ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 1 along State Road 16 to the SEABOARD; Election THERESSA: ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 13 TO: RAYMOND WADE HORN
missioner District. and each LAWTEY: North line of the SW quarter of Precinct No. 9 KEYSTONE.. Commencing at the intersection ROWELL; ADDRESS UNKNOWN
Election Precinct with the ap- Commencing at the point of SW quarter Section 21, Town- the said precincts being wholly of State Road 100 and Commencing at the point of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
pronate number being indicatedfor intersection of the BradfordClaycounty ship 6 South, Range 22 East confined within the boundariesof the county graded road knownas intersection of the Seaboard THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL an action for Dissolution of
each and further that the line and State Road 200 thence run West along the North County Commissioner District the Meng's Dairy Road, Coastline Railroad and the West CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND Marriage has been filed against
written narrative description for (US 301)) thence run southwesterly line of said quarter section, and No. 3, and the boundaries for thence run southeasterly along line of Range 21 East,thence run FOR BRADFORD COUN.CASE you and you are required to
each Commissioner District and along State Road 200 (US extension thereof, to State Road each are herewith separately State Road 100 to its Inter- northeasterly along the Sea- No. serve a copy of your written defenses -
Election Precinct shall be made 301)) to its intersection with 229 (Brownlee Road), thencerun described: section with State Road 18, board Coastline Railroad to Its IN RE: the marriage of HATTIE if any to it on RICHARDE.
from such reference. A map indicating State Road 200-A thence run northwesterly along State ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 7 thence run easterly and intersection with Epperson SUE BRADLEY, Wife WELTY Attorney for Petitioner -
the re-defined Com- Road 229 to its intersection with RENO: the Road thence run North
northerly along State Road 200A southerly, following along Pitioer.and whose is 114 N.
missioner District by name and to the county graded road State Road 229A, thence run Commencing at the point of southernmost right-of-way of Epperson Road to its inter- Walnut Street,are. Box 995,
number and labeled Exhibit I I. known as the Crawford Road to north and easterly along State intersection of the count State Road 18, to its intersection section with Francis Street, HUGH RICHARD BRADLE. Starke Florida, 32091, and file
and a separate map indicatingthe ItS intersection with State Road Road 229A to its intersectionwith graded road known as with the Bradford-Oa county thence run westerly along Husband, Resdent. the original with the Clerk of the
re-defined Election Precinctsby 16 thence run northwesterlyalong State Road 16, the said Lee Staring Road and the line, thence run South along the Francis Street to its intersection above-styled Court on or before
name and number and State Road 16 to its inter- point of beginning. Railroad, Bradford-day county line to the with Pratt Street thence run NO PROPERTYTO April 18. 1977 otherwise a
labeled Exhibit II, are considered section with the Bradford-Union ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 5 thence run southerly along Putnam county line, thence run northerly and east along Pratt : HUGH RICHARD Judgment may be entered
t to be a part of this resolution. county line, thence run north PLEASANT GROVE: the Seaboard Coastline Railroad West along the Putnam county Street to Its intersection with BRADLEY, Route One, DIllard against you for the relief demand -
) 3To comply with the pro- easterly along the Bradford- Commencing at the intersection to its intersection with State line to the BraordAlachu Orange Street, thence run Georgia. in the Petition.
visions of Chapter 124.02 ((1)) Union county line to the Brad- of State Road 225 and State Road 16 (Brownlee Stret) county line, run South on Orange Street to its intersection YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat my hand and
Florida Statutes. Notice of ford-Baker county line thencerun Road 100, thence run southeas- thence run easterly and westerly along the Bradford- with Call Street, an action for Dissolution of of said Court on the 16th day sea
Change of Boundaries of Com East along the Bradford- terly along State Road 100 to its Road 16 (Brownlee Street) to its Alachua county line to its Inter- thence run easterly on Call Matrimony has been filed March. 1977.
missioners Districts, and Election Baker county line to the Brad intersection with Pratt Street, intersection with the Bradford- section with the West line of Street to its intersection with against you and you are requiredto FIRST PUBLICATION:
Precincts that descriptions of ford-Clay county line thenci thence run North and East on day county line thence run Section 22 Township 8 South, Walnut Street, thence run serve a copy of your written MARCH 17, 1977
such boundaries be published in run South along the Bradford Pratt Street to its intersectionwith North along the Bradford-day Range 22 East, thence run North southerly on Walnut Street to its defenses, if any to it on J.J. GILBERT S. BROWN, AS
the Bradford County Telegraph Clay county line to its intersection Orange Street, thence run county line to its Intersection along said section line, and extension intersection State Road 200 WOLBERT JR.. Attorney for CLERK OF SAID COURTIN
a weekly newspaper in its issues with State Road 200 South along Orange Street to its with the Mark Lee Staring thereof, to State Road (US 301)), thence ru southerly Petitioner, whose address is 142
of March 17, March 24 March (IUS 3011 the said point of intersection with Call Street, Road, thence run westerly along 18, thence run westerly along on State Road 200 (US 301)) to Wet Call Street P.O. Box 10
31 and April 7. 1977. beginning. thence run easterly along Call the Mark Lee Starling Road to its State Road 18 to its Intersection its intersection with State Road Starke Florida. 31.
4 In the written descriptionsfor ELECTION PRECINCT NO.2 Street to Bessant Road thencerun intersection with the Seaboard with the county graded road 227, thence run southwesterly the original with of the
each County Commissioner KELLY: East along Bessant Road to Coastline Railroad the said binning in Section 28, Town along State Road 227 to its above-styled Court on o before BRADFORD COUNTY
District, and each Election PrecInct Commencing at the point of the East boundary of the City of point of beginning. Range 22 East, intersection with State Road 18, May 2, 1977, otherwise a FLORIDACIVIL
described within the city intersection of the Bradford-day Starke thence run North along ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 8 thence run northerly along said continuing on State R 18 to judgment may be entered ACTION
limits of Starke Florida the county line and State Road 200 the East boundary of the City of SEABOARD: graded road to its intersectionwith its intersection with West against for the relief demand CASE NO. 77-107
currently existing boundaries for (US 3011 thence run southwesterly Starke to its intersection with Commencing at the intersect the Meng's Dairy Road, line of Range 21 East thence run in the Petition.yo IN RE: The Marriage of
each district and each precinct along State Road 200 Alligator Canal, thence follow tion of State Ro 16 (Bro thence run East along the North along the West line of WITNESS my hand and the MICHAEL WAYNE TABER,
have not been change or altered (US 301)) to the county graded the westerly course of Alligator Street) and Meng's Dairy Road to its Inter- Range 21 East to its IntertionWIth seal of said Court on the 29th Husband,
within the said city limits and road leading to Saxton thencerun Canal to the northeast corner of line Railroad, thence run easterly section with State Road 100 the the Seaboard Coastline day of March, A D., 1977. and
the map of the City of Starke easterly along the Saxton Lot Nine ((9)) Blanding Sub- along State Road 16 to the said point of beginning. Railroad, the said point of GILBERT S. BROWN, AS LINDA JEAN TABER, Wife.
currently in use describing the road to its intersection with the Division, thence run westerly Bradford-Clay county line, ELECTION PRECINC NO. 11 beginning. CLERK OF SAID COURT. NOTICE OF SUIT
boundaries of each district and Seaboard Coastline Railroad, along the north line of Lot Nine thence run South along the : ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 14 By: S/BULAH MOODY, Deputy TO: MICHAEL WAYNE TABER
each precinct remain in full force thence run southwesterly along ((9)) Blanding Sub-Division to the Bradford-day county line to Its Commencing at the point of SAMPSON: Clerk. 1214 EAST PARKER,
and effect ei approved by the Seaboard Coastline Railroadto intersection of Jackson and St. intersection with State Road intersection of the West line of Commencing at the point of SHWNEE OKLAHOMA 74801
resolution adopted by the Boardof its intersection with .the Clair Streets continuing wes- 230, thence run westerly along Section 22, Township 8 South, intersection of the Seaboard 3/31; 4tchg 4/21 HEREBY NOTIFIEDtht
County Commissioners on county graded road known as terly along Jackson Street to the State Road 230 to the easterly Range 2 East, and the Brad Coastline Railroad and the We an action for Dissolution of
December 3, 1963, and in accordance the Mark Lee Starling road Seaboard Coastline Railroad, boundary of the of Starke, ford-Alachul county line, line of Range 21 East, run Marriage h been filed against
with the amended pro- thence run easterly along the thence run northly along the thence run Ci along the thence run North along said section northeasterly along the Sea you and you are required to
visions of Section 98.031 Mark Lee Starling road to Its Intersection Seaboard Coastline Railroad to easterly boundary of the City of line, and extension thereof board Coastline Rair to its NOTICE OF INTENTION TO serve a copy of your written defenses -
changes of district and precinct with the Bradford- its intersection with Adkins Starke to its intersection with to State Road 18, thence run intersection wih EppersonRoad REGISTER FICTITOUS NAME if any to it on RICHARDE.
boundaries within the city limitsof Day county line, thence run Street, thence run \westerly Alligator Canal, thence follow \westerly along State Road 18 to thence run North o WELTY. Attorney for
Starke Florida are hereby North along the Bradford-Clay along Adkins Street to its inter the course of Alligator its intersection with the cu Epperson Road to its intersection Pursuant to Section 865.09 Petitioner, whose address is 114
waived until the next odd- county line to its interesedion section with State Road 200 we southeast corn of graded road with Francis Street, Fri Statutes, notice Is here- N. Waln Ste P.O. Box 995,
numbered year namely, 1979. with State Road 200 (IUS 301)), (Tel Avenue), thence run Lot t((8)) Blending SubDivision Section 28, Township 7 South, thence run westerly)' along given that the undersignedGeorge 32091, and file
5 A copy of this resolution the said point of beginning. northerly along State Road 200 thence run westerly Flange 2 East, thence run Francis Street to its Intersectionwith and Elizabeth Manning, the original with the perk of the
including Exhibit I I. re-defining ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 3 (Temple Avenue) to its intersection along th South line of Lot northerly along said graded road) Pratt Street, thence run Lawrence Boulevard, Keto above-styled Court on or bore
the County Commissioner Districts CRAWFORD: with State R 16 ((8)) Blending Sub-Division Eg to its Intersection Meng's \west and south o Pratt Street Heights Flida. 3 doing April 18, 1977, other a
and Exhibit II, re-defining Commencing at the point of (Bro Street), run intersection of Jackson and St. Dairy Road, thence w run to State Road 100 (Madison business name of Judgment may
the Election Precincts thereof, intersection of the county \ along State Road Clair Streets, continuing along Merge Dairy R le It Street), thence run n "WHITE AUTO STORE," against you for the ri demanded -
be appropriately recorded upon graded road leading to Saxton 16 to the North line of the SW \westerly o Jackson Stre to Intersection with terly along State Road Lawrence Boulevard, Keystone in the .
the minutes of this Board and and the Seaboard Coastline quarter of SW quarter Section the Seaboard Railroad 221. thence run northwesterlyalong intersection with the West ln Hght. day County, Florida, WITNESS my hand and the
filed with the official records off( Railroad, thence run southerly 21, Township 6 South, Range 22 thence run northerly along State Road 221 to Hs intersection of Range 21 Et, thence r 3 intend to register said seal of Said Cou on the' 16 day
this body as constituting the along the Seaboard Coastline East, thence run West along theN the Seaboard Coastline Railroadto with State Road 200 South along West line of name under the of March, ,
official action of this board on Railroad to State Road 16 Ine of said quarter sec Its intersection with AdkinsStreet (US 301)), thence run northerly Range 21 East to its Intersectionwith provisions of aforesaid statute. GILBERT S. BROWN, AS
the question of re-defining the (Brownlee Street), thence run ( an eKeso thereof, to thence run westerly along State Road Zip (US 301)to ) th Seaboard Coastli George and Elizabeth CLERK O SAID COURT
Commissioner Districts and the westerly along State Road 18 State 29 (Brownie along Adkl Street to its Inter its intersection with StataRoad ?, the said Manning, joint O'e.
Election Precincts of Bradford (Brownlee Street) to State Road Road), thence northwesterlyalong sion State Road 200 227. thence n westerly beginning. pnt Dated this 31st day of Mc FIRST PUBLICATION,
County, Florida. 200 (Temple Avenue), thencerun State Ra 2{IBr (Tells Avenue), th run and southerly along State Road ELECTION PRECINC NO. '15 A.D. 1977 at Starke. MARCH 17, 1977.
6 In compliance with the northerly along State Road Road) to along 200 227 to Sate Road 18 cinn -
provisions of Chapter 124, Sec 200 (Temple Avenue) to the State Rood 2(Bayless High (Temple Avenue) to its Inter westerly on Slat Ra it Commencing at the point of 3/314tchg 4/2T 3/17 4tchg 47I

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homos aO liar (35,000. Phone 964-6580. Phone 964-6114 or 473-4777.. circular hand carbide, '

Some owner 1I..eI.... Itpd 47.CEMETERY. 4/7. TF Ich. chain, mower blade hollow

Phono 964-8253 after 4 p..... --.--- WANTED: Small. acreage In SARAH COVENTRY JEW ground and bslanced. Leaveat trWiIltJlar
2/3 TF/Chg Starke, Lawtey area Westof ----- ELRY sales opportunity. Jackson. Building Supply --

4sL- LOTS- 301. Will pay caah. Phone Phone Erma Johns, 964-8483 Starke or Keystone Heights. (;REALTY
3 BEDROOM HOME Kingsley Lake. Cemetery 964-5533. 3/31 4tpd 4/21 TRAILER SPACE 2 miles or AnnetU BeasUe, 372- TF/Chg
outside city, complete hookups. 4444.. 12/2
(300. TF/Ch.
Lot 4. burial
frame,with sod spaces. __ NEED HOME
Fox COMPLETES pump range.Just -- -------- Phone 964-5363 IMPROVEMENTS G5
outside city limits.Phone See Mr. F.teh nt JonesFuneral OR REPAIRS
KECRUITTRAINING Home. WANTED Used refrigerators anytime. WILL PAY ...
964-5484 or 964-6363. .p to (50 cash DONE for fireplaces, remodeled .........
washers, and 4/7 Ztchg' 4/14. for old --
3/31 4/14 Itpd 4/7. cars Thornton's Sal-
3tehg ..____ kitchens, baths,
Coast Guard Seaman stoves In good condition. ".,.. Phsn.TFChg 964-6243. 1120 additions v
garages, .r enclosed
Phone Dshmer'e Discount -----
Apprentice Terry W. Fox .
son --------- STRAWBERXIESOldMlsalonary(6 carports phone Marcus Cecelia Terwillegar
of Joan Forsyth of Route 2 964-7923. TFCh1RESIDENTIAL
OLD HOUSE per Hat- APARTMENT-Furnished 473-2108.
Box 29F Starke has ACRES. Off US 301 north. bring your own container. SITE for 1 BR, Real Nice, Light and PERSONAL, TF/Chg PREFERRED PROPERTIES

completed recruit training at Phone 964-6743. 3/24 4tpd 9646469. Horace A.Knowles. distributor Hot Water Furnished SERVICES
swimming pool. Loading
the Coast Guard Training 4/14 Phone 9648071.Itpd VACUUM CLEANER Modern 3 bedroom, 1 and one-half bath CB home In
wants a nice backyard REPAIRS

Center Cape May N.J. 4/7 2tpd 414.VEGETABLE. to display new 1977 417.ROOMS2. aU makes. nil city with CH-A. Low down payment and closing

During the ten-week model of above ground pool HENLEY ELECTRIC models. Starke Sewing Center costs. Only $23,500.
training NEW HOME 3 BR. 2 ----- -,---- COMP AN Y-residential.commercial. iS I
cycle trainees top consideration given for 215 East Call Street

studied general military lot bath.by carpet school. CH/A In Keystone.corner & FLOWER prime locations. Phone Largo Phone 4311200.. Industrial. phone 964-8312. 3/24 4tpd acres In country on paved road with nearly new 3 I

subjects designed to prepare W,W. Cox. Building Con PLANTS Also hanging collect[19041. )1/27 398-5874 days erev.nlgs. Bedrooms, living room and 4/7. 4tpd 4128.BRADFORD. 414TToriland. bedroom double-wide' ready to move into only 1

them for further academicand tractor. Phone. 4734931. baskete.. Phone 9645454.Itpd TF/Chg .kitchen Prrv.In double wide, $16,500. -

on-the-job training 3/10 TF/Chg 417.AIREDALE. COUNTY air conditioned. Mobile SEPTIC I ISummertlme'l

leading toward their DEALERS DISTRIBUTORSAND needed home Men only Phone 964- TANK SERVICE- Realty coming we have the best of

qualification in one of the NEARLY NEW DUPLEX ----- Immediately for Genesis II 8349. residential pump-outs 140. New on Market Hampton Lakel ,I

Coast Guard's 26 basic 65' X 28' brick central PUPPIES- soil Inoculant. Nitrogen Itpd 4/7. Fast service guaranteed.Phone II I

occupational fields. air,carpet, range and. retrlg. AKC Registered 8 weeks. fixing,, blue green algae for 9648121. 3 bedroom frame on 5 Spacious well kept, older home on Madison ; large i
-- 4/7 4128.BULLDOZER.
Included in their studies orator,located 639 EpperaonStreet. old. Phone 9647173. all crops. Tremendous 4tpd beautiful acres. landscaped lot with storage house. :

were first aid seamanship. Lot 93' X 185', Itpd 47.COURIER. financial opportunities In EFFICIENCIES(30week WORK t't.

Coast Guard history and regulations 932.500.phon. 9647574. 2/3 Bradford Clay., Union ; MOTEL ROOMS land clearing, road bonding, ----- Attractive apartment house next to Garden Res

close order drill anddamage TF/Chg ---- Counties. Reply Box 764-B (.25F.rlll.h.d.. alto preparation. Phase Edward 2 taurant. Eight modern units with ample parkingarea.
control.A 23 Plus Base Fern Park Fla. 32730. utilities Included clean and Davis Glen St. Mary, half frame on one- Excellent investment.
1976 graduate of Bradford MOBILE HOME WITH 2 Station-Turner plus 3 2tpd 414WANTED quiet. Starllte Motel 301, 3miles 12593569. 3/10 5tpd 4/7 ncre. ---_-

High School (Fox joined the ACRES double wide Power Mie. 110 Ft. of Coax north of Star..... ----'- If are fuelconsciouswe have a brick home
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Coast Guard in September 24x60. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, 473-3192.19 Ft. Antenna. (199. Phone 4/7 TF/chg. SEWING MACHINES 3 bedroom convenient to churches and stores that is completeand

1976. CH/A.I. Lawtey on SR 225 --------- repaired nil makescleaned concrete block
4/7 Ztchg 4/14 ) Worthy, needy C.H. & Air. modern in every detail, including four bedrooms
just oil U.S. 301. 17000. female to live-in.Pursue oiled and adjusted
and priced right!
Angellteports Contact M.M. Jordan phone Interest. Room and board KITCHENETTES All (7. Work guaranteed.James
To Newport News 782-3220.3/24 TF/Chg ----- free for company Phone 964- utilities Included totally Strickland. corner Morgan ----- -----

7571. furnished Road and Highway. 16. 3/10 We have beautiful homes in Connerly Estates. You
Weekly or
BY OWNER 3 BR 2 Bath FAMILY COW-Glvee 3G.I. TF/Ch. 10 acre tracts 12 percentdown. have to to and
Navy Mess Management CH/A Hardwood Floors .. Milk Daily. Phone 782- Itpd 4/7. monthly rates. Temple compare truly appreciate.
Motel 880 N. Temple
Specialist Second Class 3376. -----

Aurelio Angel whose wife Condition.Landscaped(24,000.In ; Excellent Phone Itchg 47.COLONIAL. --- 2tpd Starke.47LARGE Phone 964-7357. 3/31 BABYSITTING Days only. In my Infants home. Verde- -P.- -OdomRegistered Needed: Homes in good repair for $25,000.

Doris is the daughter of Mr. 964-5667. -----
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and Mrs. David Tanner of Itchg 4/7. ----- POTPOURRI
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with the Precommissioning ---- SOFA-Clean Good desire. Mature persons only. Downstairs. Adults only, no ------- --- 964-5476 Demorest home near Starke Plaza.

Unit of the aircraft carrier Condition Orange. (100. Write for Information pete. Phone 964-6352. 3/31 Pearl Andrews Handyman special Green property on Call St.

Dwight D, Eisenhower BY OWNER 3 BR 2 Bath Phone 9645631. Woodgraln Industries. 3759 TF/chg HOME PRO. AliociatiBRASINGTON Pecan grove with 10 acres plus cozy home.
Brick Home, CH/A I Acre Rustic Lame Jan 32217. DUCTS buy or sell.
News 4/7. .
Lot Outside City Limits on Itchg Phone Barbara Daniels 473-
4/7 2tch 4/14 ---- ---- Cecelia/ T. Terwillegor
Angel joined the Navy in Hwy. 230 E. Many Extras 3758. 3/17 12tpd 6/2

October 1960.Head 28000. Easy termsnvaiUble. FOR SALE Diamond FURNISHED .m' 206 West Madison Avenue

Phone 964-6930. needles for any stereo over J APARTMENT Three AVON CALLING to buyor Starke, Florida

4/7 TF Icb.. 247 different ones, we have I HELP WANTED large rooms. Gas, lights and sell Avon phone 755.2807 OFFICE PHONE 964.7776
them all. Dahmer'a DIs- water furnished. Privetsentrnnce. or write Lome Clyatt P.O. Cadillac Oldsmobile

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k AUTOMOBILES .1.1f ALUMINUM: WINDOWS BEELINE FASHIONS Inquire at 603 E. Washington TFChg_ Fine Selection Of Used

SALE NEED 3 stylists In this area. Stsrke.. 3/31 TF/chg Can
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Qualifications: -
a8$8.5030x27; use of car, no collecting or --- -- ---- painting and repairs. Havoreferences. Cadillac Trades MOBILE HOME COMMERCIAL
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workers Phone 964-6084.
Community FORD TORINO-1972. V-8. delivering. Call 4963345. PROPERTYNow
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donating 586'2 volunteer power steering and brakes OTHER: SIZES. BARGAIN 4-7 Itpd.SMALL. KINGSLEY LAKE 2/24 TF/Chg_ PARKInside :.; available on S.R. 100

hours has resulted in the Auto. Trans., Radio, 32,000 CENTER 301 tfnchg APARTMENTFurnished TF/Chg In city limits of St.r"N. .-

Bradford (Head Start Center milts. Phone 473-2336. --- -- South-- TOWN HOSPITALwith duplex Year DO YOU NEED septic City Limits .", Brick Bid*.-Corner ,
Itpd 4/7. around. Contact 119 N. tank pumping, Installing or Walk to Bradford Square lot Ajacent lot zoned Jcomm.rclal
face lift. and
getting a 25 beds needs RN'a
Walnut St., Starke. 3/31 drain line Or Downtown '
? Reaeonablo.Phone alHO.
The CUBB Economic QUARTERHORSEAQHA. LPN's for 3-11 pjn. and 11.7 TF Ic"", THOMAS I{LI..K.EDWARIS,111 \
----- 431-1202 after 2:30 j
Gentle bay atalllon shift.Need 7-3
said the new look p.m. one p.m.
Agency for pleasure .ho.... p.m. TFChgHOME .- S30 Per Month :
or Before medical nurse. Win 10 > :
came about because of the 1976 CAPRI II, 2.8 $:3.0:! phone 964.7064; niter 6 percent above base payfor'pay .,":-:::" ----mirin: ., .' All city Convenience A ASSOC.I.NC.: ifJ.

efforts/ of Mrs. Doris Danson' Hatchback. V-6, 4. Speed p. 782.3050.3/31 TF/chg 3.11 p.m. and 11-7 p.m. LOTS": REPAIRS any REALTY Fire Police Protection 473.2669

(Head Start I'TA President.Mrs. Sport Wheele. Michlen shifts. Phone collect 496- MOBILE HOME typo remodeling, roofs, now City Gas,Water and IlEAL'IOR
Danson contracted! Radlalo, Decor Group Large lots, 4 miles West of additions, concrete. work, or Sewer
---- --- --- 2323. Leave number for R. Starke SR 16, 621 North Walnut St.
Martin from Lawtey Interior Air Conditioned Byars, Director of Nurses. Trailer Park Phone Gilhooly 964- painting. Free estimates, ...,Florid 32091 Jo-Lu Motel
AM/FM Cassette Dual GUNS FOR SALE 22', phone 9646127. 11/18
Correctional Center along 2/24 Tkh7 9644162 -
.. 5153.
with the Starke National Exhaust 23 MPG Excellent 25', and 38's sold nt Danmer's Y TF/Chg [formerly A Thomas 964.88107.CIi ( House Cleaning
condition Must sell,
BuyingConvertible. Discount.
VILLAGE Real Estate]
Guard and "started the ball .
(6,100 new 1 I ..
rolling. said CUBU. sell for S4579.73. Phone 533- SpecialAny
.modern furnished AC carpet also mobile homo hurricane
The volunteers donated 386 2551 or 533-2321 Klngsley FOR SALE mobile homo walk-In closet welled anchoring and mobile 3 bedroom frame house IDBraok.r. Single Story

hours to painting in the inside Lake. parte and eupplies. OLIN'S garden patio, off ..tr..tpar..I. homo roof coating. OUn'a on 4 lot., pavedstreet. ...., louse 29.95

of the Mead Start Center and Itpd 47.FORD MOBILE HOME SALES. SUZUKI OF STAKKE -. ..:. 315 West Mobile Home Service. Phone Two, Story House
authorized Suxukldealer. - -
interested community residents Highway. 100 West Starko, your Phone 964-6020.1640 Washington Street phone 9644606. Highway. 100W.. 3 bedroom frame home Registered Iteal 39.95! to 69.93:

are invited to visit the --- phone 964-5606. TF/Chg South Walnut ((301 south inStarke. 964-8601. Starke. TF/chg_ between Railord and Lake Estate Broker None Higher..: I .

center at any time to see the LTD. 1971, .! TF/Chg_ 4/7 TF/chg Butler on one acre. Mobile Homes 19.95
Fred Sackett I
results. Brougham, 49,000 miles, SWIMMING POOL SACRI FOR RENT 40x60 block - This is a pressure and

loaded, 7823917. FICE leading distributor building,12'uUIa. Ideal for F.Delano Thomas, Broker chemical cleaning t

4/7 chg. 4/21. has deluxe aluminum pools FOR RENT most any business, Starko !. Res.Real Estate Broker U.S.301 guaranteed to remove I
kit from 1976 ,
over season Hampton Florida
AD area. (250 per month Phone 'OilOI iSS-3310 mildew bugs stains
CLASSIFIED 1/2 price, guaranteed Instillation
964-5606. TF/Chg IIG. ROBERTS!
and terme. Phone ASSOCIATES Phone 468-1733 etc.Call

RATES MISCELLANEOUSREWARD collect (19041) 384-5156. TF- MOBILE. 65 x 12 HOMEParkwood with 12-x OLIN'S SUBDIVISION ... ,,ea Judith Flynn : Collect !16-1-8l6t!

ICh.WATSON'S. 17 living room, 2 large bedrooms 1/2 acre lots, (30 per month, Mil"Temple ISTIfl Ave. 964-8384 TF-Chg alter 6. p.m.

Deadline for Insertion HOUSE OF fully carpeted water and sewage furnished '.' 3.24 4-7
FOR Child' Pet For Information phone Mark Harold Eppe
Tuesday noon preceding VACUUMS many brands window A/C appliancesfurnished.
Male Beagle 8 months old. Olln Olio's Mobile Homo 964-8616
Thursday before publi chain collar Lost of new vacuums. Usedmachines averagemobile
wearing BR Service Highway 100 West
available. Expert homo. One 3 for JiiF'
cation. Westol Lawtey between SR Starke. No
pots please. Steve Simmons
repairs, all makes.. Parts and. sale or rent Details 964-
125 nnd 225. Phone 964-7064 Phone 9645606. illS 964-3881 Ralph
accessories for all vacnums. 7927 after 6 p.m. Bryan
:Minimum charge $2.00 after 6 p.m. 7823050. TF
Built-in central vacuum Itpd 417. Lillian C. Pearson
Covers 15 Words) Itchg 47MAJOR systems. 404 NW 10th 3 BR LR, DR. Lg. Arthur Bruno Real Estate

Each word over IS BRAND gaaolinestation Avenue, Gainesville., Phone ChgBOOTS Family Room, Fireplace 468-1573 Real Estate
32 acres oft SR 100. Just
FAULKNER 20 with b.na.
10 cents in Starke .r.... Good 3767110. TF/Chg acres South ol Good
Graham terms. -----------, City.
highway and local tradelocation. r STARKE
E timber 55000.
All classified ads Dealer or SPEED EQUIPMENT FOR Neat and comforatble 2 BR
C.UlltCh.b"Ete-; Well Drilling
.. !
must be paid for In advance commission plan available. SALE 10 percent above ra A at reaaonable.New 2lots frame home In walking distance .
cost. Olio's Mobile Homo very 1
unless you have Minimum investment. Phone I to town. Central air J
Service. Highway 100W., 2" thru 6"
an established account 9043763239. Stsrke. Phone 964-5606. L CARRADINESlUSTIKWRtNGLER block home In town 3 I large storage/utility, 22 Acres SK 16 West.

with, The Telegraph. In Itchg 417 TF/Chg 12I1S.W.tarSt. m BR. 2 B. LR, C/H&A. I Fast Rotary I (15,500 High dry and wooded.
Starko. Florid. 1 - -
tl extra large quite area,
that event garage I
2 BR frame with
964-5065 Drilling Equipment carport (27,0110.--
charge for billing. Not FOR SALE COUCH(169.95 AND CHAIR Dahmer'a SALE y corner lot. I refrigerator and stove -

responsible for errors Up STATE LICENSED Just out of
city limits
Discount. 2/3 TF/Chg Several commercial. lots on !
when" given over the -- RESIDENTIAL Always the: largest 301. 15000. Lake. home Silver Sands.
or when" copy IIlIot SPECIALIII!!! 2 bedroom 1 selection - -
phone ; _ I 3 BR furnished house with
typed and brought to JON-BOAT Aluminum SWIMMING POOLS bath frame house on 1 Pumps 8.7..... Highway 10O-S at adjoining available
14 ft.. with 7 HP outboard deluxe above ground acre. Priced right. Always the lowest. price. 3 BR, 1 bath block construction I 100-A 15500. acreage -
the office. gee tank, fittings, 7 ft. oars. aluminum and steel pools - LR, Family I - I

and. life jackets (375. Phone |1311| repossessed by bank, 3 bedroom, 1 bath blockhouse Behs S lie IS le> 56 Room In town. I New& Used 10 acres facing SR 230 and _ 1

964.7509. will sacrifice. Phone collect on mice lot. Excellent I Wilson Road 22000.( ) #
4/7. days or Indian Moccasins 9 acres pasture land ,
Itchg 19041.398.5103 condition. : - -
3 BR block
house with 2
....I. .. 3/3 TF/Chg reasonably priced just oil II Sales-Parts-Service
HOMES FOR SALE - Everything Leather. SR 16, N.W. of town. I 5 1/2 acres facing two acres ..11 Brownlee Road.
.... 1 3 BR, 1 1/2B mobile homo E-Z TermsPlumbing graded roads divided by 24400.
on 1/2 acre (9,000 fur II creek. 9000.
STROUT CAMPER for LWB truck; nished. SHOP Very nice large frame I I
fri - ___ _
REALTY 'INC Del Ray, 110/12 volt system; U.S.301 house on corner lot m town I
- 38.35 t'S: 301 north
BRICK HOME three .bed :ttfIIIJ" 964-5196 bet water heater A/C 25 1 mile south of Lawtey. 3 BR. 2 baths C/H4.A, !
....... PIa."r.... Subdivision. gal. water tank and holding FARMS AND ACREAGE 782-3400 large garage. I 156,500. 1 to 137 acres off SR 100
W* have 2 1/2 to 5 aero - -
I South
(21.000.' Phone. 964- 11,100/acro.
Two tank self-contained. 750.
FOR SALE ) .. Good location. Very New Installation I LAWTEY Owner
7467. lUkjtHELP 15-20 .land I financing
apartment homes: Phone 4962444. No collect low acre tracts high
..U.. down payment I on paved road Graham i Small 5 room frame house
- Remodeling on 1.4 acre-fenced pasture, ---- -
Ono 5-unlt apartment ,4/7 2tpd 27 acres of wooded land are. Terms l i 12000.
WANTEDSewing 22000. 4/14--- - 2 and one-hall 200
house for with several tree to acre
pecan Repairs - -
1-3-4 acre homesttea 2 I North ol Lawtey.. From11,300acre.
Commercial building next
/ miles N.W. of Starke.
Machine 6-unlt apartmenthouse .
Ono Owner
lot on good fishing to 15000.
for (32.000. 3/.. BED Box springs and lake.. (9400 with term. fl'rPOODLEGROOMING - Din-ranee : barbershop financing
Operators Wanted mattress, with velvet head Frame house. In town, 2 I
board. (25. Phone TO bedroom LR .kitchen. FR. 3 acres SR 225E.. (7,500. -----
Close. In Underprised 9648345. SELL!!! PUMPS & SUPPLY !
HelpfulBut - -
Experienced Beautifully landscapedGood Itpd. ../7 Very seasonable
- 10 acres, 12500. Restricted building lots
Not Necessary.Will terms.STROUT Paul H. F..r. Call For AppointmentDrop - COMPANY
Frame house In town, 3 20 acres 2 Mil hook-ups, near Country Club. Owner

Train REALTY.I.NC.Ir."er Realtor bedroom, t bath living, hog bam with electricity financing.
LONGCHAMPHome - Off On Way To room. 2 car carport I Iaersge 864 N, Temple Ave. I water and. concrete slab for

Apply In Person Associates work & Pick Up On Way I farrowing plgo 130000. -----
and area,
Lake Butler Apparel Osj 100 Senlb I 1/4' Mil Building Irene L.Fanlknor Street. I Starke t [lor 30 acres for 142,5001)

From Intersection 301 Material. 4-S14t Home - NEED acreage. Small or I
- -
1 Blk. w. Of and 100 South -WE BUILD- SuaaaM.Bakkenww 964783733.u 3 BR t bath CB homo with _.964-7061 _;,- 194 acres with nice 3 BR large In Hampton area. ,
-- -------
Union General "Your Plans Or Ours largo FR In to..... Verynico. frame home, 50000.
- ----
Your Lot Or Ours" I - Before 29 acre on US: 301,


Remodeling Repair. r.r--Si8: :
Mobile home with Urge Beautiful acres PHONE RALPH BRYAN

Additions addition on 1.8 ncroe off .n 301. Brick home with 2 REALTOR .

Ballard Sons, Inc. Homes Bought Top Soil 101 South Owner lID..- Mobile fireplaces 3 BR. 2 bathe 964-8788

ring. CHAA. bars, 'fenced Day,Night or
SoUTradedACREAGE F'ilf/ inn Home planted posture 1195,400.ASSOCIATES Weekend.

Residential Commercial Industrial S BR. 1 lair. CB home

FOR with FR, very ales, Lob 964-7154 AseeclateaArtPatrny

InsuredWorkmanship :SALE Call 46$1 173I iwlmmlag peel In tows Sec 781-3397.Zteperor or 473.2039 \

GEORGE ROBERTS JR. Lillian Pearson ,
GuaranteedGainesville. 301 STEPHEMSTAR I SMITH R...Real Estate Broker. John REALTOR Wayno Douglas

Highway South Phase 964-7820 96441991r ,
Starke HAMPTON.FLA. Lawtey' ,Florida) '
3/31.4/7 ROUTE 473 3775
904/376-1137 OPEN Saturday A.M. 7S2-3S06 96.-6593.. +l !

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Bob Mountfort's Staghorn: Fern Is Top... Fair Horticulture Exhibit; I I IA

..,, ark .; retired serviceman who Pine; Pat Mundorff, Florida Begonia; Helen Wright, Zebra DeWitt Var. Spider Plant;

?a.;l A 4 wi has a nursery at Clay Hill has Dracaenia; Drew Hopkins, Plant; Edna Norton Tom Mortin, Var. Spider
won the top prize in the Friendship Plant; Geri Tripp- Flowering House Plant; Plant; Edna Norton, Var.
Horticulture Division of the Pepperomia; Pat Greaver, Gordon Foster, Aloe; E.C, Bridal Wreath; Shirley Odom
Bradford County Fair. Pepperomia; Jan Norton, Howard Bromelaid; Tommy Boston Fern Joyce Winsted,
Bob Mountfort is a memberof Pepperomia; Sarah Norton, Bass,. Christmas Cactus; Trailing Violet; Julie Harris.Devil's ,
the adult horticulture classat Var. Syngonium; Joyce Edna Norton Kalenchoe in Ivy; E.C. Howard
i the Bradford-Union Vo- Winsted, Screw Pine; E.C. Milk Carton; Bill Steale Silver King Ivy; Pat
Tech Center His winning Howard German Ivy; Edna Crown of Thorns; Ed Morgan Mundorff, Sm. Terr.; Tom
entry is a large Staghorn fern. Norton, Var. Sanseveria; Christmas Tree Cactus; Inez Greaver Cactus Terr.; Ed
Helen Sanseveria Van Allen Christmas Tree Morgan Bottle Terr. Cactus;
The fern beat out a Japanese Wright, ;
jade plant which was 18-20 Pat Buchholtz; White Ver. Cactus; Helen Wright Falling W Westcott, Staghorn Fern;
old for the top prize.A Sanseveria; Johnny Cowart Star; Linda Newman, Burro Wanda Jackson, AsparagusFern
IrA>' years Staghorn fern is a r Rosette Sanseveria. Tail;Jeff Wainwright, Thorny ; Geri Tripp, AsparagusFern
l- "tot'em' plant in north yi White: Jessie Chamberlain Prickly Pear Prickly Pear ; Wanda Jackson,
Florida, according to Vo-Tech i ytiv *di Philidredon; Steve Loznicka Red Rabbit Ears; Hank Maidenhair Fern; Randall
Jade Plant W, Crawford, Squirrels Foot,
# horticulture instructor Mrs. Nephytis; Julie Harris Williams ;
L7 t Diane Westcott. "You tot'em Devil's Ivy; David Woodard Westcott, Dish Garden; Edna E.C. Howard (Totems); E.C.
a firE inside in the winter and back k Purple Rhoeo; Pat Mundorff Norton White Velvet Shirley Howard Chicken Ivy. (In
P outside in warm weather." In i rf Polynesian Ivy; Pat Odom, Rabbits Foot Fern; Topiary),
south Florida the ferns can rq Buchholtz, Green Ver. Mark Griffith, Painted Lady;
stay outside year-rpund, and Sanseveria. E.C. Howard, German Ivy; "If make
)1 we an
Williams Lipstick;
r can be allowed to attach .i )'f al
Bellwood, Swedish
themselves to trees. r FLOWERING ; error on
''k HOUSEPLANTS Beth Beal Swedish Ivy; Jean your

NONFLOWERINGHOUSEPLANTS r r Blue: J. Winsted Lavendar Roznowski, Sand Terr.; Inez taxes, we pay
free't//t / Sunset Top Dollar (Best in Van Allen, Begonia Terr.;
L Blue: W. Westcott, NorfolkIs. Class), Marta; Inez Van Billy Adams, Bottle Terr.; W. the penalty.

Pine; Willis Carlson, 1 ii Allen, White Wax Begonia; Westcott Parson Freniser; And the interest.
Mike Vanzant at the fair with his winning Rhode Island Reds Dieffenbachia; Ed Morgan S"" r i Shirley Odom Green Angle Mark Griffith,Staghorn Fern; .
which won six blue ribbons and were named the top entry in the t > r Wing; Edna Norton Ajuga; Shirley Odom, AsparagusFern 8 Days '
Poultry and Rabbit judging. ti Plant; Edna Norton } f34 1 W. Westcott, ClusteringPlant ; Edna Norton, Boston
Dracaenia Dan f ; ? t! Fern Rabbit 4. Left
Florida ; ur ; E.C Howard, Pink ; Shirley Odom
Bisson Pepperomia rAct ''i r i 1 Impatiens; Donnie Cribbs Foot; iL
Westcott, Ponytail Palm Aloe; Ted Bair, Bromelaid; '
Mike Vanzant Top (Best in Class); Ed Morgan Edna Norton, Christmas White: Edna Norton "
Nephytis; E.C. Howard Cactus Basket; Jan Norton, Anthirium; Billy Adams ,.,' .,A
Coleus Carl Greaver Coleus; Purple Passion; Edna Norton
; Panda Plant; Linda Newman,
That's Reason No. 14.
Kalenchoe in Milk Carton
Terrence Bair, Coral Plant; Crown of Thorns Sarah ;
; Pat Greaver, Kalenchoe in H&R Block doesn't (make
Poultryman In Fair Butch Flakes Strawberry Norton, Cactus in Pipe; Edna
Milk Carton; Butch Flakes, many peopleare
Geri Tripp, Cactus with Glasses
Begonia;; Norton ;
., Crown of Thorns; Linda trained not to. But if
Sanseveria; Pat Buchholtz Bob Mountfort of Clay Hill with his top prize winning Staghorn Jeff Wainwright, White Newman, Crown of Thorns; we should make an error
Sophomore FFA'erlike! Tommy Murrow, 4 white. Common Sanseveria.Norfolk Is. fern which won the sweepstakes prize in horticulture juding at Rabbit Ears; Carl Greaver Chuck Barton,Orchid Cactus; that costs you additional
Gert ,
Red: Hyan Plant Best in Class
Vanzant of Lawtey took top Annette Balkcom 1 white. last week's Bradford County Fair. ( ); Bill Steale, Pencil Cactus; tax you pay only the
honors in the Poultry and Clemons, 2 red. Joy Norman Firecracker; Chuck Barton, Devil's Back- additional tax. Block pays
Mark Snake Cactus
Rabbit competition of the 1 red. Griffith ; bone; Edna Norton any penalty and interest.We .
Barry Watts
Edna Norton Cactus Dish
School Youth Division Formed For FairAn ,
Agriculuture Division in last Clayton Sellars 1 red. Garden Cindy DeWitt Spider Succulent; Janet Duncan stand behind our work.
week's 27th edition of the ; Jade Plant Edna Norton,
Jimmv Banks. 1 red. ;
Plant Geri Var.
Tripp Spider
Fair. ; H&R BLOCKThe
Bradford County Jade Plant Hart
Mary Ann Porchiazzo 3 Ked Betty Rudd Wilbert Plant E.C. Howard Var. ; Roy
this fair WATEHCOI.OUH : ;
Mike the son of Mr. and addition to years Crassula; Gordon Foster,
Mrs. Carl Vanzant of Lawtey, white, 2 red. was the school youth division White: Kathy Grider Kevin Sewell Pat Garvin. Spider Plant; Bud Belenger, Income Tax People
won six blue ribbons with his Danny Griffis, 2 white. enabling elementary and high Terrell. White: Sarah Norton Kevin White Velvet; Shirley Odom Rattail Cactus; Terrence 118 N. Walnut 964-8289
Douglass, 1 white. Wall.EMBROIDERY. Bair, Rock Garden; Edna .
Cindy Wanda
Randolph, Becky Fishtail Fern
; Open 9-6 Mon fort
six Rhode Island Reds. Mike school students to compete on PEN OR PENCIL! Rock
Norton, Plants ; Joy
Paula Anderson, 2 red. Fern (Best in
Jackson ,
started the chickens as anf'f'A their school level. Blue: Scott Hicks Rob Sal 95Rudy's
Dish Garden Cindy
Steve Douglass, 4 red, 1 Blue Deena Cox, Nora Class); Hank Williams. Norman ;
project and with an eagle Heading up the school youth Norman, Kimberly Emert, :
eye to the upcoming fair. white division in its first year wasCharles' Kevin Terrell Jeff Lawson, Culbert, Dennis Chesser, Goldfish Plant; Pat Greaver
Fair winners usually are Brenda Wilkerson, 2 white. Francis. The classes Benji Padget. Dawn Schoening.Red Waffle. Leaf Plant; Larry
Nora Starling 3 blue. Marla Darley, Yevette Ford Grape Cactus; Beth Garb & Tune UpCM
picked from a standard breed that were offered were home Red: Sam Norman Virginia :
chicken! ike says, with It. Cooney 3 red. economics,industrial arts art Crawford Kimberly Emert, Heala. Beale, Swedish Ivy; Inez Van
R.E. Jones, 2
laying ability playing a large Linda 1 red. and departmental exhibits. Mary Lou David. MISCELLANEOUSRed Allen, Piggyback; Joyce Trained -
Gesneria in Glass
His Rhode Island Reds
part. White: Virginia Crawford
stock with Janine Willingham 2 blue. : Peggy Crawford Mike Howard, Bottle Terr;; Cars Tuned Up With The GM Diagnostic
are a large sturdy Brenda Willingham, 2 red. COOKIES Terry Parrish Kevin Terrell Lamar Varnes, Marlene Jean Roznowski, Blue
The hens .
good body capacity. Leslie Morris.CRAYON
Mike Vanzant, 6 blue (Top Blue: Suzanne Duke.CUPCAKES McWilliams. Flowers (Triangle Arr.); Bob
lay every day and the eggs are Tune Up Equipment
Exhibit). White: Sarah Norton, Amy Munford,Staghorn Fern (Best
good sized. James 1 white,'I red. :. Starling, Lydia Starling,
Kelly and +
In Class Best in Show); r
and rabbit ribbon
Poultry Ronald Davis.
: Dukes, Dean
Carlton 3 red, 2 Stephanie Doyce
winners are listed below: blue. Red: Jamey Carver. Griffis, Harold Walker. Tom Martin AsparagusFern
Dan Davis, 2 blue 2 red. COLLAGEWhite LEATHER ; Geri Tripp Boston
Cherri Wall 2 white, 2 red. Angie Andrews 1 red 1 BISCUITSRed : Annett Balkcom.11ISCELLM..EOUS Blue: David Varnes John Fern in Wicker; Shirley 2 Blocks North w
Randy Merritt, 1 white 2 blue, : Sandra Darley. Odom, Deers Foot; Inez Van i.
Bennett, Terry McCarthy.Red
Allen Jew Tractor (in
red. ,
blue. Randy Balkcom, 2
: Tom Bowen, Andy Of Stucky'sBack
Karen Thorpe, 3 white. Tammy Andrews, 1 blue.P. CAKES (Plain) Red: Kevin Terrell Oil Sherwin Bernard Johnson Topiary).
Dan Bisson, 2 white. Landry, 1 blue. Red: Beth Patray. Painting: Peggy Crawford Ronnie Hall, Mike Lewis. Red: Kathy Fenton,African Of
Vincent Porchiazzo, 4 Dennis Bennett, 1 red. Oil Painting. Violet; Butch Flakes Red
white 2 red.C. Nancy Bennett 1 white. CAKES (Iced) S/W I

Colly, 1 white 1 red. Martin Hersey 1 red.S. Blue: Penny Flathe. CRAFTS 0
Johnny Cowart 3 red. Woodward, 2 blue. WOODWORK Traylor Landscape & Nursery Muffler Shops I t .
CAKES (Decorated) Blue: Marvin Sanders
Blue: Suzie Alvarez Dianne Mike Lewis Terry Is Now Open For Business r r ,
I I.ieStockJutlging! Winners AnnouncedBurke Crawford Ann Starling McCartney. r s
Mattie Foster Joe Middleton, Red: Terrell Green, Randy U.S. 301 S. Of Lawtey 964-5374 (
Kirkland was a Douglass, a Holstem temale; Leilia Cohens Rhea Corbett Manning, David Varnes, Ii I
double winner in the cattle and the Bradford Jr. FFA and Sarah Norton. Lawrence Budget, Dale Dally 9,30.5:00,: : Closed Sunday 3/31 .4/1 r
Mufflerslnstaned On Most Cars &Trucks 19"
division of the fair with a Bradford Sr. FFA shown by Red: Laura Mundorff. Varnes Alton Moore David
grand champion Limousin Beth Hamilton an Angus Walker Stan Riley,
bull and a grand champion Cross steer. FRUITS Riley Quellen Meyers Fran (71)1111g71DCC1al1 964-5677
Limousin heifer,collecting $15 Winner of blue ribbons and Red: Peggy Cooper. Coss. .
each for the blue awards. $15 prizes were: Randy White: Curtis Shell Ronald

Other Harry grand Faulkner championswere an Red Balkcom award and winners Jimmy and Mann$10 : Becky CLOTHINGBlue Wall 3 Piece Hall, Essau Bright. $1800 Family of 4 ******Extra Clean Curs ******

Angus bull; Bruce Howard. a prize money were: Billy Suit; Marla Darley Bag; LATHE TURNING: : Every room same price
Guernsey female: Steve Gnann, and Tammy Mann. Donna Lee Embroidery Shirt. Blue: Mike Davis Dale i AUTO
Red: Peggy Cooper Varnes. per night plus tax liULcjUUB( ; ?

Fish Fry Turkey Shoot Raise Jumper Dress;; Sandra Beatrice Darley Cimmings Skirt; Red: Laverne Budget. SALES I
White: Andy Sherwin, i
Sandra Darley, Bag. David Varnes, Terrell Green, D11tliebeacli iLt GfJ:( B 1!: (co t
White: Sandra Darley. Tommy Hodge.
I Money To Begin Construction Pants. DECOl/PAGE' S= 1976 COUPE DE VILlE 1976 CHEV. '

Blue Lisa Alvarez Todd JLb1l1OlIhLVI11111 "I'
Of Theressn Fire HouseA PILLOWS Duke. :: Silver Loaded MONTE CARLO

Souna Blue: Cindy Sullivan, Marla Red: Tammy Hersey, a. 14,000 Miles
American Family otStarke. Black I
fish fry and turkey shoot Darley, Tracy Hankerson, Viriginia Crawford. ,
Enjoy the World's Most rAI i
Essau Bright
sponsored by the Theressa White:
Volunteer Fire Department Tim Blankenship of Starkewon Darlene Shirley, Peggy Lyndel Bright, Lorri Famous Beach In luxurious =
Reel Crawford, Jamie Johnson. $4995
Rod and
a Zebco Davis, surroundings during this
was termed a great success by Chamber, Sherry
the group and raised enough donated by Eckerds Drugs of Red: Sandra Darley ,Yvette Heala, Randy Merritt. unbelievable Spring Spe ::J
Juanita Queen
kinds to begin construction in Starke. STRING: ART coal April 15 June 1. :IIc ;:I;'
Donation of a year's subscription Meyers Donna Brantley. Heated pool, lamely 1971 BUICK 1975 BLAZER
the near future on a fire Blue: Terrell Green, Pam
White Sullivan
to the Bradford : Wendy restaurant, spacious
station. County Telegraph and the Dawn Schoening. Cuffee, Linda Lewis. rooms. Hurry and call 225 Electra A/T & Air an|..
Rudd, Dale
Door prizes were given Red: Betty
I Lake Hl'gionIonitor: were toll tree or send in the -t L 4 Door Loaded 4 Wheel Drive :
Varnes Stanley Riley Andy i'i
Lucky were: won by Ronny Hall of OTHER coupon below today' i
Mrs Bell Love!) who received and !Martha Nora Sherwin Cheryl Jackson. Ie
Theressa Jasmin Blue Jennifer
: Brown x
a rose huh titled White: Mike Lewis Dottie $850
Keystone Heights. Corbett, Donna Lee Darlene Wilkerson. Call Toll Free 1-800-432-7290 $4895 I
First Prize" donated t by Dick Bristow of Gainesvillewon Shirley, Stanley Brown. .
county commissioner Hazel l 50 pounds of dog food Red: Floa Ngwyen, Kelly Blue METALCRAFT Jackson Prevatt. Reservations Office 132 E.Colonial Drive, I.IAt'MTvrT71 '

I'uulk. from C & L Feed Company of Woodham Sandra Darley, : __ Orlando, Florida I 32801 __4/ 54/21 1974 MAZDA WG.
Clerk of t the circuit court Karlton.: Wall Red: Bob Milner Benny -- n 1973 DATSUN
Becky Peggy Cooper
Jib; Bt'olnon two lubrication of Starke Morris Willie Davis. ..... U
lrs.Ruth Jones Lori Chambers Eddie *
White Marvin Sanders, Send biucnut 'tfsvvdlion'. InumGer, ot peupiAddress. 'el PICK UP
services and Eddie Lewisof : Rx3 Silver With Air
of inkier Pat Garvin.
won cases Pepsi urnrx ulaielI '
William Aldredge Junior
Brooker won one donated donated by Pepsi Cola White: David Sapp, Karen Green Eddie Joe Seawick. I naaum/ ,kmvl'.drpn,,A,$18 hit'tww
Faulkner's Gulf Service of
Bottling Company of Gaines- Thorpe. Name $1695 :
Keystone Heights. ville. MACRAME .. $1995
:Sirs Joan Bohannon of Two azalea each Blue: Rodney Harris, Kevin
plants C.tvCOMMITTED Stile it
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LaCrosse won a ceramic Ilt'reI on by !Mrs. Linda ART Terrell Nora Starling.
umbrella\ stand donated by Sullivan of Theressa and E.L. PASTELS itit 1972 FORD $
:Mrs KhixUi Z Dampier Kelly. Silver Lake. They were Blue: Kevin Terrell. |
Two live I pound canned == === ====
donated by Buckners and Red: Peggy Crawford. SHORT BED $:
hams donated by Cook'sPantry. Bi'lveder ;Nursery"; both of
Keystone Heightswere Kiirlton.:, Pick Up :*
won by Lila H. Yawn of DEDICATION | $2195
Starke and Charley Mikell of ( $1995 :
(;i.iiiifsville.Mrs. JOHN'S tit
: II F Clovcrsettler of cull alt.t it
Tht'rl'SsaIon a hair dryer 26+t3SJ Remodeling I Roofing Co. tse-Soot In A National Survey By The Casket Manufacturers ( J 1972 CHEV. CON. 1972 PONT. :*
donated by \\estt'rnuto
Store of Melrose.; *...Mfa -Ctmtlt .Hat ...... ft VW.. Association I IMPALA GRAND PRIX ffl

!MI's.1uuJahus: of Hampton brAy. M few MM ft ft** .......ft Vkql'
won a popcorn popper donatedby t te.ueM MsA M Thee Red White .On White Loaded JJ.;;
Jackson Building Supply. 98% Of Those Surveyed Preferred A Service!
a..r.reMna.ud I
Keystone Heights. $ $2195 $2495 5
B.O liitwood of Theressawon SAVE W. Do Our Own Work '
a traffic ear donated by *x I) By An Older Established Funeral Home. I

They Indicated The Cost For The Service 1973 PONT. LEMANSC 1972 BUICK !Q


Would Be Less At The Older Home. A 2 Door Nice Car y




AREA. :X: 4 Door % TON :

DEADLINE: EffectiveAt i! Mart, 1977 All Persons Disposing Of Garbagest III

County Dumps Mu Have Either A Sticker(FREE To Bradford County. DeWITT C. JONES FUNERAL HOMEPhone t $895 $995 :

Residents) A Cou|)ion (Sold To Non County Residents And All .kt

Commercial Users. ) For Appointment Or Drop By Our Office | KEYSTONE HEIGHTS *

Board Of County Commissioners Starke 984-6200 t Keystone Hgts. 473-3176 .:*: 473-4470 & 473-4078 t

Bradford County

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