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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 9, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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staltake lack of action*taken by- ..,.

the Bradford County commlaaloners during their regular J" .

'meeting Monday, March 8,'Mid If It became necessary they FairSet :
,would take legal action. to find a solution to the fly breeding County .>
I S, ; s nt;p. 1 > n 41 t1 L' a ''Il %!I i{ source at the Santa Ft landfill off SR-100. -7' .1

1 ,t I a A committee: of six with spokesman Bill Mathis approachedthe .
Circleto commissioners saying a serious fly problem exists in the

r Crystal Lake area and blamed, the Bradford county landflU for
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4V ''Yes {' the trouble. to' OpenIn
the
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A Mathis laid the county bad been negligent In failing to cover
the fill each day with a minimum of six inches: of dirt. lie said aidailycheck
Top left !Mary Ann Kyle ; Is made of the dump by residents and often it is I

and Morris Williams three day before the waste Is covered. 3 Weeks

prom Elmer. nade Sheffield. Top Bottom Caller left Commissioner\ George Roberts said the nature of a landfill Y jf t,
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r' +u operations reates some files,but the chicken houses that area .. ,
flying crinoline and -
i l z t petty In the past had. been "notorious"\ about contributing to the fly
9i pants Below. : Dancers In' problem. Less than three weeks The annual !Swine o Show .Inset 'li'. ', '.
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action Chairman E,W. Hodges said he saw plenty of flies in the area remain until the annual for 7\1.::\ pm. \\cdneMli: ;'' "

of his home Sunday, and If the county closed the dump, there Bradford County Fair opens night .'i,'
would still be a fly problem. ) Wednesday. March :zit, .,Miss America will visit the "
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luring' something,, fair. Thursday.. .March. : :no 01 t :2
Commissioner Mule Carter Ing the said larvae had

group
t'V beauty ifeJreiMV und Tom. t'.
said he knew of at. least been spotted at the dump, but everyone.exhibits and'ridl't ff, pm"The Hradford-l'nlon' I umlKKA '
It is covered with one foot of e .
one chicken' fanner who Is
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of all : Show Is net for ial:
I Ir children .ugc* ISllss I Steer : "
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, trying to correct' the fill as often possible "
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March High
and the*' county problem 'At that time commissioner P.mrl'rldllJ'i: the final", cloy;. :

covering'more frequently at Carter made the statement
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will In '
Siiturdim April I. f
wAl t I r'r r the,landfill.) "If the county I II doing something .illfcWASircrSutoId. lM.'jtlnlnJt '. i
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landfill and is found to be
Following. the discussion
tickets the'nklwllv" -
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p pith the board the"residents suspect of the fly problem, we '
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r (,mid thit: 'problem ',!$ae, .Increased will Mathis'and correct it. the resident lUck) tteket: lira: aivuiUilile ill
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'many year*,f put the problem "letter from DKoehler:
ha*'golteri worse each year. from the U. of Fla. Extension 7'AirestdKIn' ;
Service points to the landfillas
iMathiS said last September
a major contributor to the
met with Bradfordand
a group
overall fly population Dr.
Clay County health offi Koehler stated "the sanitary
b cials.) and a representative Hampton
landfill Is definitely a site of
from the University of Florida.
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Agriculture Extension Ser
fly management and control
Forty squares of area dancers do-slnlocd their way through' vice should be initiated."
three hours of calling by Elmer Sheffield of Tallahassee In the The group visited a chicken program O'Neal05' unavailable RoundUpSearch

7in new National Guard Armony .on Edwards Road last Saturday farm owned by Donald E. Tuesday for comment. t
..night. Smith who said he fallows a : America warrant In bund.
set by the University In other business Sheriff Susan Perkins
program
For dancers up Bradford fount Sheriffs
the 40 trannlates Into
n s % ,people,non-square with some extras on the squares sidelines, which filled the 320 of Florida. Smith said he Dolph Reddish told the board Miss\ America will' again he officers entered I lampion last

i ir armory to capacity. The ocean Ion was the First" Annual Strawberry sprays each day wherever that dogs running at large In highlight of the fair. Miss\ week milking woven arrest
larvae are present Smith told the county continue to be a of 1f7R l! is on various churgeM Strut uponsored by the'local.square dance club the Strawberry America: twenty-
the group In September he felt problem and a pack of dogs three old Susan Pel'kins. stolen property und
Swingers. You'd have to go to the Fall. Round-l'p' In the year : ,
(iv Auditorium In Jacksonville to find a bigger dance it was some other source other were responsible for killing A graduate of Oho, I'mver- possession of drugH.
square
than his farm the livestock at Skinner Dairy
causing fly Miami, where she
of
than happened here Saturday night. city Among those iirrexted 1 wereItrbecca
said
Reddish there Is
problem. Cannon's recently
dancers from all' north Florida. for the Farm Poultry ordinance he majored in biology Miss\ Rhodes! '::1:1:l. Tony'Grlfis.l9 _.
Square came over was also visited and no county can Perkins employed full-
wax I'liirlclii.ft.
his wife. .
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affair, the first big dance the Strawberry Swingers have apon.IIOI'ftl. corrective measures were to act under and that state law is time us a legislative assistant
Caulk ('hl'1 I
VMtori came from Gainesville. Jacksonville. .Perry be taken to solve fly problemsIn vague! in the Ohio State Legislature : Tlmmv Griffin. IH:
Hue ::1:1: CharlesKdu'ae
""! l-ernandina Beach Ocala., and points. In the area. Sheffield that areaBradford Commissioner (Dave Shu- :
railed a 2-hour workshop Saturday afternoon and the dance that County sanitarian ford said In his''14 years on the As a legislative usRistinl.1 : Hawkins.! 28. ,,ruedTimmKirehaine2i'

night. In between visiting dancers crowded 'local restaurants. Darrell O'Neal accompany. board the dog problem has Miss\ Perkins wrote speeches ,
been discussed many times dru!ted issue-orlcnteu memoranda Arrests begun' til the home

and always boiled down to .. and attended caucus tit. Kenevca: HhiKlcM, where
''WIcwunirtrr. one thing '- money, "The hrieflnJ4lnd commitec officers found property
Grant county can't afford the additional meetings on which she l belonging to the Bradford

City Again Seeking expense for dog con i'eported. County School Hoard the

trol.' said Shuford After The fair \\edneHduv.! Bradford County tnurthouxe.

'. discussion it was ugieed the !March 21. w opens ith ribbon cuttingceremonies :Mrs Burburu Ceorite< mid

Only remedy available pre al I II I a.m. Taking Walter Vtvideman. The
sently was self help part in the ribbon rutting will property was Hei/ed. und :MH.Uhodcs .
V County attorney Dudley be this years Strawberry was' charged( t with rewiving -

For Low -cHousing (lardy reported to the board Queen ural 1977 Strawberry stolen property.Officers ,
on meeting he attended Feb .
Queen Lisa :Mitchell.Wednesday
Thursday March* : then proceeded to
:21. on the behalf of the county
the home of 1 irlffis..
"4 held in Luke city to discuss at noon will be Tony
indigent health care. the annual Uural-l-rbun Hay where stolen property and

Special,OlympicsBHS Staike is trying> ugain to SIM! Surveyor Merrill while the city would lay the Commissioner Vernon Sil- hardy said the 22 (counties lit which the Starke Rotary. narcotic drugs were itehrod.Jriffla .
Track qualify for a $:!!I(.OJI) low- McMillan! estimated it'would' sewer. Chairman of the street cox told,the council he had In attending meeting all have Club serves a chicken dinner.. ( and hm wife. Patricia
0:30 m.-noon; income housinIIsslstance/ be between HIM and 1.000 feet committee Charles Schaefer the past voted for every pay the same problem not to early fair goer: were charged with .the !

( runt (tram the Department. of of line from ,a trunk line at said after the survey is made raise but before voting for budgeting money for Indigent \\ednesda is also Senior possession of more than five I
Bradford County housing and I'rban Development Alligator Creek to the planned if the lines do not have to go raises in next year's budget he patient care {Hardy said he Citizens Day during which all grams of marijuana. Both ,
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Library Board \HI'D i and set !March IS housing area, Gaines said deeper than eight feet city wanted to take a look at each, did not think Bradford County seniors will be admitted free were released. on ,their nun
Meting I p.m. and :211' as public hearings IIboutll:!)houses would be built. crews can do the work. but if department's operation. of charge. recognizance.HU I

following discussion in The developers would, pay the lines must go deeper the ...... I.,. 1_ the .. | arrested ut .lhi firlffls; .
best
Lawtty Lima regular session Tuesda.,'. cost of surveying and hookup project would have to be bid. u is in interests 01 hnme. was Timmy ('''fllkllr
League At March 7, the city to i take'a look Individually
for receiving stolen
Hampton
Elementary School at each department. Starts
When the said-SIlcox. Appraiser property. lie was ako
riJOp.m. study was made in
l')77 approximately 831: low be Asked .Silcox Raid he,was also in- released on .his own recog: .
Tuesday March 14 Income families In Starke Bids to \estigatlngr the policy of nizance.:
later arrests. Rae
In Cheryl
I' were living in substandard or department heads taking time RecheckProperty ]
Property Griff was also charged with
:
I overcrowded housing units off without a proper ,
receiving stolen
k' Hampton Council property.
mid almost half 'needed accounting.
assistance -
On New HallThe ,
7p.m.Brookar City Charles Edward Hawkins was
with their problems .r Appraiser Jimmy parcels In the county that charged ,with possession of
f '. Council The grant. If obtained In other'action" the council: Alvarez announced this week show all Improvements and drult-'I.'and( Timmv Kirchnlne

: 7)0p.m.: would be' I loo percent requiringno 'Starke City Council are presently examining three -Accepted the recommendation the start of a 'complete re- (heir dimensions. These are was charged: Ith receiving
matching funds and would gave the go-ahead to advertise possible sources of financing of the street committee, check of all property in Brad-> being checked for accuracy stolen property Haw kins and
for bids for a new" one story including Farmer's Home ford County which will be a Buildings are being remea- Klrchainc posted bond before .
Lawtty Council come through HUD for use in to accept a bid of $13,0)9:) for a
7:30p.m. "target areas" among low 7.200 square foot city hall that Administration and local bank back hoe. continuing three-year program sured and checked for depreciation. they werereleased.According -

Income or minority will cost in/ the range of financing. The council discussed -Approved a' utility write <<: Structures that have : to the sheriff'
BUARC7:3opm. groups $21X1.000: the city would need to off of Sl.53.2 for 'n accounts, Assigned! 'to this job ,Is been removed or have burned office. the investigation' not '
Also approved by the In a work session with borrow between $150000 to Randy Jones. who has been will be taken off the card." complete and more arrestsare
SunahineAcres ('ounciI'a.: rental (housing architect Don R Morgan of '$ ))0.000. City clerk Merrill -Turned] over to the Safely with the appraiser's office Alvarez said the real goal of expected. '

; assistance for Starke. by the Keystone Heights final plans ,Edwards said the kitty for the Committee1 complaints about since last September, during this program Is to achieve
Suwannee River Economic were gone over for the brick city hall project ,is about a concrete block home on the which time he has participated greater equity In the tax roll
Thursday March U Council working with HUD: veneer building that will face S9OOOO. vest side of the ;Majik Marketon In all facets of work in and to insure that everyone'staxes Grocery StoreI3urglaryProbed !

SREC would provide local administration Thompson St The existing The $200.ooo figure doe not SR-IOO'l the appraisers office. will be based on an accurate
Bradford and manage city hall will be razed for Include furniture or paving. -Approved a call for bids to "1 felt that it was Important and up-to-date record 1

County Board ment service for the progra m. parking space. Bids are to be opened duringthe relop 12.143: linear feet of city for Randy to have a good of the property. ,
Hospital said the 18. streets with number two of the total I
Morgan 'plans regular meeting April understanding < "We expect that about three Starke Investigating -
police
7pm. In other business the council' Include facilities for handicapped :Morgan told the council most asphalt;an Inch and a.quarter work program performed by; year will be required to com- lira at the City t,
a burglary
cr.q.4lllr'Eummunit: adopted a resolution closing persons as well as a bids will be valid for 30 day JhickiHeard: the office before putting him plete the cycle that will com Fish and Meat Market at 607 ,
unused solar hot -water ; the council two months from Mayor Harold field" said
Maggie. :Minnie and system giving In the Alvarez pletely update our assessment E. Brownlee that occurred
m (l! Martha Streets as requestedby Morgan said the solar water to arrange financing Epps that Jie ,would like" toappiyi '"We have now put Into acv records every three years," sometime between B
L,M. Gaines. Gaines and system will par for,.Itself In 'In prior council meeting for a study session tlon the program that Rand Alvarez said."Construction. and 'I.m.p.m. r
,&tate,iittlrh, contractor Gerald Criffis about 2'j >ear.. The building commissioners rejected aJ48.000 under theNational 'Endow c was specifically hired for. In BradfordCount Tuesday Wednesday. 6 '

approached the council about Is designated 'for I future plan drawn up In 1970. ment for Humanities npen to' .U\eappralaer said. "starting; continuing a brisk :

McwmN Mm Imwn U the feasibility of running city expansion to two stories."said That plan consisted of a two- public "administrators If complete check of all property pace.the appraiser said Police 1 investigator* did not

'T..t..NM sewer lines '0' property Morgan( story 5.800. square foot, selected costs are paid for. by. in Bradford County. We main- ''with 176 new homes added to,,,,;have any other detail*at p.naJ:
r.__a.a..a.r..e.1 C.r..: bordered, J by Cherry St. and Council member said they* fracture,: "*> -' the federal. government.<< tain record cards on all the 1978 tax roll." time. .


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I I I more Girls Enter March 25 Strawberry Oueen PageantMore rl '

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contestants have High School. Shane' Interests medals In solo and ensemble senior at Bradford High Contestant will be Judge<<
entered the 13th annual und hobbies Include playing contest Melanie 'is l being School. Karen's Interests and on the bails of beauty, poi..
Straw berry queen Pageant to the piano modeling, water sponsored by Leila's hobbies Include music, horse and personality and wli; ; .
he held Saturday. March 25. in -kiing. Hinging! and acting back riding swimming, and compete In evening S
conjunction with the Bradford Her ambition .is to become a tkiing Her ambition Is to be a bathing suit and streei gown
County Fair certified public accountant: dental hygienist or secretary clothes.
The pufteanl sponsored by und perhaps a model. A r T1c A member the History Club. attending "Cohc! Party'i: in
the Junior' Women's C'lub of varsity cheerleader Shan 'is a Karen is also a member of the their honor at the Country
Slarke. wilt l be held In the member of the National Honor National Honor Society and Club Saturday. March is,,
Bradford High School Society Her sponsor IsItullinKlon's. hand, She' is a majorette. between the hours of 2 and )
auditorium at 7':no p,m Karen will be graduating with p.m. They will also be going to
The girl featured I this week honors this year. She is being Jacksonville Sunday March % vf.4
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are sponsored by Guaranty 19 to the Denise Carroll
Federal Savings and] Loan. Modeling and Pageantry
Studio for lips and helpful
1 Miss Brenda Lynn app. hints on modeling techniques.
daughter Mr. and Mrs. John Prizes this year will inclu
|i, hupp of Starke. ls a seniorat sliver bowl to the Queen dee
A Bradford 'High School. runner-up.. compliments of
Uremia's Interests and Bradford County Chamber of
Kurrn Crawford ] hobbies Include swimming Commerce. The Barbizon
wHltan and skiing and her ambition is College of Fashions. L
:Miss| Xcllj I thane CYew.i. l become a dental hygienist. Jacksonvijle| -Tampa. has
daughter' <>f |io> I lt I II), and : Brenda has done modeling for donated two $700 full
-Ijikic, Crew of Slarke. u \lcklc Norman the Barbizon School of professional modeling scholorships a1
websat Hrudlord Iliith modeling and has worked at to be awarded to Miss
St !hiol| Diane as'ihtf prefers. Miss Vickie Lynn.' r\orman, Andrews Drugs She also Congeniality and to the winner :..
sd.\K ceramics, ruciu't|: hall granddaughter of Mr, and kings In the church choir. Her of the Strawberry Queen y N
and' macrame are some of her Mrs ton M. Norman. Sr of sponsor Is Andrew's Drugs. Pageant _
lw>l"lis and interests, Her Slarke. Is a senior at Bradford
timhilion IH 'to become a High School Vickie's hobbles ---
medical recorder member und special interests Include
II'l the First l'nH'dlelhmJilit: Edwards: swimming water skiing DemosAclopt Rules
Aw u member of
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1,)mi HarMer I ho I rack team, Junior ( nitonClub '" Lillian Pearson was elected rr I Y
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Xfir. i'registered : iychl'l'rleader.
<< mid |III on I InAimu.il I nurse. A \1 State $ :
MINK .JacIul'l'nIarle: Committeewoman to
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Stuff A Vickie is ,
p.is| junior \arsit\;
H.II-IMT she succeed Ann Godwin.
or I.'nn. us prefers of resigned
cheerleaderw\ president the' LiltleWomen's
daughter or :Mr and :MrsDcHiilIH was .filed Club. at a dinner meeting of
the H777H!' Clvitansand Is
Sweetheart of I the
,; Barber Starkc., is the Bradford County Demo
Jr' ClMlJins' Diane, IH being in Who'sho In American
it junior ut Bradford' 9si cratic Executive Committee
High
sponsored! I In ,the Kiadlord, M I huh School Students. She was ,
Solxiol Lynn ambition is toiH'i'ome selected most held Monday night at the Law
u registered' nurse. senior class. Her is 1 fey Correctional institution
"Her hobbies und interests 'InUuile Sa\\'\cr-Slude (!ias sponsor Company' Also appointed at this time
,' reading swimming.needlework were four new committee r
stewing cooking sexy) members-at-large: Jimmie I
mid sketching A member of Scott of Lawtey: Johnny Ray ,
'!. etV'omcn'sflub( lane Hobbs Mrs. Cecilia Ter-
IH also I, in the Sl'il'nCI'ub./ willegar and Curtis Sanders, I II II
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<'i\/ mi-lies and Ix on the, all of Starke. I I Ii
,\111111111 Stllff She in the Junior Approval was given to a 1 i
II'nut'K.s 'this)ear and Is being( Brenda Sapp resolution to be forwarded to 1i 1I i I
"pinnorid l h" Rehabilitation r the Central Committee of the I
1 ielvuhunt H. Illc I State Democratic Party
Other girls entered are: in the
urging a change ,
:MISH Karen. Sw (Crawford.il.iiiUhlfriir.Mr .
/: : and :Mrs. :Neil :Melanie' ;.Morris Miss Jody Louise Atchison electing weighted delegates vote which system gives of SUi"plu8ltem8 to be Sold at AuctionSomeone i
It I'raw I lord' nl' Sliii'ko. IN uMmor of Mr. and Mrs. ,
daughter six large counties virtual con
ul Hr.idlord IIllCh 1 1 :Miss Xlelame Lorraine .
nvI LouIS K. Atchison Jn of
trol of the structure in
party .1.e'llurplul benomrime's treasure when tin-
S('hiiot' Karen's! interests' jind. :Morris; daughter of !Mrs Jean KlnRsley Lake. may .
Florida. Another resolution Bradford County School board auctions. kctioul discnrutw,
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h"h'"t'lIIIdudt' :Morris of
lishingrooking Starke. at
a junior
/!. listening( 'to I1I11"it'IIIf' Hrudford >Uigh Sehool.It'lanle'l Miss Stephanie Gay Green.daughterniJamesAGreen of. would recommend that convention Saturday. March II, from a ..m. to noon al the l1Ial..I.'IIIIII.. I
IOMHIIIU' : / lli>r ambition IH :\ hobnics' and inter delegates be elected warehouie.Most .
Kaiford "
and Glenda Green of
In ,INin. .. I hi' <11 l.i Id. pi occsHinnI ells! 'include music, piano and Gainesville. from membership of the Items will be sold on an auction banta. wills IIIIIH'r.) ,
county committees rather Inlendenl Tom Casey acting as the auctioneer. Sonic ht'lIIs. 410
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I Mild SrletliHl
IIH :Miss swimming and her ambition Is
'nnolt'IIUlItIill/ last )cur'sIrnwlsrry I Dilute ( hews to no involved in music. A Miss Cassie Lynn Reddlck. than by countywide caucuses. school buses and ovens will 'br on a sealed. bid basis to tx-opened| .' C
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
A letter was written to at the school board mf't'lIn.c.Iarrh: 20.
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(jiieeii I'uKiunlKin ,, member of the band chorus.
Karen ReddishMiss Joseph Reddick of Hampton.Miss Gov Reubin Askew Lists of Items
offering are available from the .\"It'lIIum'I.I'
!; 'en is it iiicinlHT' nl 'the \liss ,I l'arll'la Slum :Melanie Is also a member of Catherine Ann
.liiiuiM' ('iMliin' (flub She is I l-'dw: 11 rdx daughter|( ul| Mr anti the National Honor Society Karen Ann Reddish, Schoening. daughter of Mr. the services of the committee the articles to br auctioned. are 011 display' at the;uurrliniH' <> uiarBradford "
'IKIMUIKJIISOI' / fd bKtKiHler( Mrs, Curtis (I1 I Ed+un'ds of und secretary of the History daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Herman Schoeningof 'in making recommendationsfor Middle' School. |
nil I'ii i !SInk I is, u senior lit Bruit II ,t'd Club, She received superior Lamar Reddish of Starke a Starke. appointment to variouslocal Examining the buses and Muckinx old student desks uri>:
I.boards_and.. ..other: vacancies : maintenance' foreman Carl Thomas, In hat und pluinbvr l I."lt-k'' (
in cuumy 011_. where Tetstone. ,
appointments are made by the "
Governor. Since the Democratic
Executive Committee Decomposed Body Is Identified '


3 Piece Fur Velvet$1AA voting representation precinct of the from county every,
we feel that, we can provide The decomposed body of a The Sheriffs "POkl''JX'I''III1''
valuable information as to the man found near the DuPont llliid I hilt no cause of douih l h..,,'
SA qualifications of persons Limewater Treatment Plant been determined mid\ nddssl,..
nominated for these, offices:' Sunday morning was finally, that there acre D.lJ..iIJUJiJrt '
S the letter said. 'Identified Tuesday ,as a :28yesrold a IIIJnH or "IOI'nt: f'ln the1);t 1
'LlV1NG'ROOMGROUfi: nan..ni Gainesville man reported Tlu : I t .
$ THE BRADt'ORDCOUNTY "."'missingMan.! :2o.'p'"tonctueted nt'4taermdCaber' \' Ml .. .
TELEGRAPH according to the Bradford hospital l Tuesday "I" ,
Published every Thursdayat County Sheriff's Department .
I UU The New Fur & Chrome Look 135 W.Call Street Traced through fingerprint estimators are still trying
Starke.Florida 32091 records the body of Kelly L, 'to determine how Ford gel l to]
r Ford was identified. His body this area. I Relatives! told
I.I I. Second Class postage paid was found floating in the pond aineKVllle; police that ho \t ns
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\ 'i1 I"0 I ". DATES TO REMEMBER; : Mrs. Dorothy 'lunch's third | ,
Outside trade area 118 I Planning day for teachers grade claws Is c'ul'rcnlly'jj" I,
\ J: i II'....'. \\ & ptryear: 14.50 fix months. Friday. March 10. will be a studying rocks and ptinernls' |,. l
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",\ ? holiday for the students. in their earth science unit, The 5. I
.. children have 'cx-J
Monday. March 13 report brought/
_I. /I .\ r'. A FLORIDATHEATRE cards go home. If any parent amples or many kinds nf"rocks J

h has questions concerning their such as fossils, quart, rubies, f
T YIt.,4 student's report they should sapphires granite (Hint, t'CXinrui.
v ,., taw feel free to contact their | and sandstone.Uin
Call & Walnut child's teacher or call the are on display the I library in
I f41r 0 I -s-. Stark 964-6491/ school office for a conference the glass show case. j'
? M date with the teacher. As a culmination of their
s w JMi F Friday Sat. & Sun March 22 Wednesday class unit on animal communica
pictures will be taken at lion Mrs. I Donna Hartley's
t Southslde so wear your prettiest and :Mrs Sandra Diiiican'o"
N4 smile fifth grades took a I Held trip on
d !March 24 through April 2 is "'rlda\'. "'cbrulr24 to
spring vacation. Savage! Kingdom: Hushndl.Fla .
t.LYIM The trip w at planned und
The Parent Volunteer arranged by :Miss :Nancy Full-
e program is still in need and wood who is interning I Mrs.: .
will happily accept more l Duncan's room.
volunteer helpers Southside :Mr. Baud'. who own and
School, operates Savage, Kingdom is
Southside welcomes Mrs. 11 n inlerlllltlolUIIIkno\\"
Josie Kimbril as a parl-time breeder, trainer and) zoologist
tutor to migrant students in who specializes in breeding
301 DRIVE IN the language arts field. endangered animals. He bibs
Southside Is proud that one had phenominal success
301 South of our teachers Mrs. Sandra breeding some of the "endangered
+ Starke Duncan, was chosen to go to species;, such an t the'
Just look at this magnificent grouping and imagine 964-7484 Tallahassee the week of Feb. snow leopard, clouded leopard

how it -would look in your living room. All the Fri Sat 27-March 3 to assist In re and black jaguar.' where
others have failed ,
viewing new math materials .
elegance of velvet, together with chrome finished Richard Pryor In for adoption by the stale of Mr. Baudy also breeds und

Chrome panels I and I low priced for special I" value I Florida. trains lions and tigers for .the
Panels circus.The students
Fin shed I were able
1'' 'u Available In Blue Fur Gold Fur. Physical education leach.en to pet the Canadian Lynx, and
I Black Fur With Black A White Herculon Comblnation.Or Black Vinyl lidrov Mrs. Kathy Metzler and the snow feopard cub. .Some
Mr. Jim Lewis are In the of the other animals they saw'
stall process 01 giving the were the Siberian and Bengal ?.
All 3 Pieces American Alliance Health tigers cheetahs, mllrlCa '. ,
ivy A01P $ Physical Education and Recreation Florida panther, bobcat and ,
'IAAMPER) tests to serval. *. .
', III ,e Sofa the fourth and fifth graders. A The students had a picnic V
I $297 RE49 f0I physical fitness team will be lunch at the park and returned I
7 Loveseat chosen on the basis of these to school about 4:20: ( p,m. Mr. 1" ,
Vw'tO Zt rlfrl scores to compete in the Baudy has his Savage
O physical fitness meet during Kingdom park open to visitorson

Chair I April Saturdays; Sundays.
Alter Sale Price $397 MAY wY.w1N Mondays from 10 a.m. to )
-- 'MV4 On March 9. *1m. there will p.m. There is an admission
be two students from South-
IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT ; .PLUS. side competing in the Special charge )

THE Olympics Meet at BHS track US'IU":. l. s ,
Ray Elmore will compete in ;March .13-17
STRANGERAMP the 220-yard dash and the :MO.\DAV Barbecue on '
THE standing long jump: Shon bun. corn french fries '
're l=-' 6fYMAR Davis will compete In the 50- applesauce milkTUESDAY '
GUNFIGHTERTcchnicoioi : dash and the '
yard standing: i Chicken and .
long jump.Thanks noodles 'j peanut butter and
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i : PansvwionHIS8 to the PTA for
jelly sandwich turnip greens, :
enabling Southside School to applecrlsp. milk I
T" purchase some unique new WEDNESDAY: Vegetable \
Sun Mon tumbling mats They arrived beef soup. cheese toast tossed i

"The this week and' are being put to salad pears, milk. : (
good use TllCK.sii.lVi Pig| 'in
.PLUS. The students In one of Mrs. blanket. hakCli'! 1 beans. V*" r
434 W. Call Elaine Wood's reading groupsare cabbage slaw, peaches..milk -. '
writing Carter. FRIDAY) Turkey sand.c':
"Pom PornGFrls"Rated This Is the practical application ",Ieh, macaroni and cheese
Starke, Fla. 964-5827 R of their' letter-wrlting buttered peas gralJ'rrull.andoranae *
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DOT Nixes 3O1: Loading Zone, r : Top Three for BHS Chosen "j : y ,j


Three Bradford High School Twelve student with grade 1
For Waters Store In Lawtey seniors have been chosen to point averages between 3.5 'J:":
speak at commencement this and 4.0 will graduate with high '
year as co-valedictorians and honors. They are:
Mark Dustin Box, Matthew
valuta torlan.
The Slate Department el In other business the council Massey was sworn In by motion from Ben 'McCulley, Carolyn Violet Roller and Kyle Box, Dawn Dewltl,
Transportation In letter real unanimously granted a request Mrs. Shuford' at the beginning seconded by Bennett, the Michelle Coe Gullion Farecla Shan Edward
to the Lawtey council: Monday by water supervisor of the meeting and later council: voted to hire Mrs. chosen were Michelle Coe Gutllon, Brenda
as co-valedictorians
night, March 6. turned down Barry Watts for 25 cent an named ,as finance chairmanand Barbara Watts at $3 an hour because they: both have May, Karen Ann Reddish.
request for a loading cone on hour cost of living increase asked to assist councilman for eight hours a week, ,elY 3.9 Charles L. Register, Linda
re grade point and
Us.3011n front of Waters Stm'eand Mrs.Shuford said the Increase: Buster Bennett With the A special meeting has been + similar accomplishments.averages Richardson Kenny J. !
: a request to move th. had been anticipated In the street department.After set for Tuesday March M, at Linda Dale Richardson with Rodrigue Carolyn Roller and \
school crossing: south to thi' budget Councilman Wayne reviewing all applications 7:30 p.m.. to discuss the 201 a 3.7 grade wad)' "
Standard station. Massey moved to grant the for the part-time job to Plan., a planning grant for a chosen as salutatorlaa point average r s Thirty students with grade '
Increase effective: March I, assist Mrs. Shuford on a sewer system. point averages between 3.0
The letter from the DOT Carolyn: is the daughter of and 3.4 wW graduate with
said the loading zones wen Your Feet 4+ Mr. George Roller of Lawtey. honors. They are: .
discussed prior to the heparking Toughen Up .. Carolyn Roller She entered the University ot Freddie Lee Aldridge
signs being installed Florida In September under Cheryl Lynn Boyett, Jenecia
and it had been decided that a the early admissions. program T. Bright Cynthia Louann I
W alk-A-Thon ApproachesThey after completing only her Canova, Terry Jay Carver,
loading lone would obscure junior year. Majoring in Johnle S. Cooper, Bonnie ..
I ni animal science. she Is cur- Marie Culveron.Cheryl Lynn.j ,
traffic traveling south on US
301 and the DOT would not Come In all shapes and walking begins at 10 a.m. and officer to keep an eye out ,rently taking calculus, Michelle: Cullion Dyal. Christina Easton, Neva ,
condlser: a truck loading 01 sizes. The majority of them Walkers are asked to bring along the course. A nurse will chemistry english and Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jayne Flynn Denise Maria '
unloading. rone. walk, some run, and reports only their white sponsor sheet, be on hand to provide first aid humanities. Carolyn hopes to TUlmoo Richardson of Starke, Cissy, Cynthia Ann Gornto,,
say there, may be a skateboard with as many sponsors at for blistered feet. enter the veterinary school: 'in Linda Is Interested in science Honda Elaine Griff, Yolanda '
or two. They wear possible.The Walking with the' young September 1979. and health. She Is currently Hernandez, Latonys Johnson,
The Dot also said the school sneakers, or loafers, others 10-mile route begins at people are J.J. Wolbert, Michelle, daughter of Mr. taking Human Physiology Valerie Ann Jones, Tracy Ann \ ;
zone is now 720 feet in length, wear no shoes at all. And ir the rear of the new court Chamber of Commerce members and Mrs. C.E. Cullion of College Trigonometry and I Kelly, Terry D. Mundorff, '
well over the standard 200 foot the end Band-Aids. house, stretches west behind Frank Williams, Elzie, Lawtey. plans to combine her Independent Studies. She runs Patricia 'Quiette.- Christie ;
zone. DOT surveys show unusually the courthouse' to Grand Sanders, John Bradley, Dolph two 'Interests, medicine and cross-country: and track, and Jean Redding, Edith Call
long school zones tend Each year, hundreds of Street,south on Grand to Wei- Reddish Maids Carter and art, into a double major.She 'is Is Involved In the science club. Rhoden, Cana S. Schmidt,
to lose their effectiveness: and persons, mostly younger persons don'Street, west on Weldon to, Ken Plait. St currently taking Human She plans to go to Florida Teresa. Darlene Shirley,
therefore turned down therequest participate in the March Orange Street south on Orange The Gator Wand CB Club Physiology, independent State University, where she Margaret N. Smith, Sonya L. i k
the letter said.City of Dimes Walk-A-Thon. This to Pratt Street, west on will monitor Um whole route American History Indepen- will major In excersize Tenly, Patricia Thomason. V.
year the walk has been scheduled Pratt to SR-100, west on SB- with one person stationed dent Art, and College Trlgono physiology, which Involves Sandra Tltmus. Harold i r'.
for Saturday, March 18, 100 to Edwards Road, around every mile. The Bradford etry. She enjoys drawing, is in research In amounts of Waters Judith Marie
\ auditor Pat Farnsworth according to chairman the loop of Edwards Road, High School band members, the Science and Art Clubs, andis exercise needed for proper Williams, and Kelly J.
reviewed his completedaudit George Loper. turns back north on US-301 chorus and Science Club are also a Candystrlper health. Woodham. r
of city finances saying and to Walnut Street and will also participating. Members
the books were In order and The walk will begin at the end up back at the courthouse.The of the Bradford Middle School
commending clerk Lucille rear of the new courthouse. Starke Police Department track team will run the 10 .
Shuford on a fine job. Registration begins at 8:30, will provide a patrol car miles. Linda Richardsonthe Help:3UIJt
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I Youth, 15, Apprehended After Stealing 2 Cars r---' ?[$ ] >1

Two stolen cars were recovered Chicken Parking Lot in Lake were left in the car with the Investigation It was learned car when, leaving it, even if
and a Lake City Butler. engine running. that the 1972 Plymouth Duster for only a second. It could \3AQO
juvenile taken Into custody Investigating deputies observed Approximately one hour was the. property of J.W, save a lot of unnecessary expense
Monday evening, March by the hit and run vehicle later, the pursuing deputies McCall of Orlando and was ,time, and possible OOJfIW[! ,
the Union and BradfordCounty minutes later on N.W. 2nd from the Union and Bradford stolen from a Texaco Service damage to the'vehicle or
Sheriffs Depart- Ave. at which time a juvenile County Sheriffs Departments Station in Gainesville at danger to persons Involved In
..menta, according to Lt DL. jumped from the vehicle and apprehended the stolen Ford approximately 5 p.m. Monday the apprehension of the person Leukemia '
Cochran, spokesman for the eluded the investigating officers vehicle and the juvenile at a March 8. who stole the vehicle.' Dukes Fight 'o
Union County Sheriff. on foot. convenience store. on SR-231 in The 13-year-old juvenile Is a .
Department.At At approximately 9:50 p.m., Brooker. resident of Lake City and has said he would also like to
approximately 9:13: p.m., 'I 1970 Ford Cobra, with a 429 The juvenile was turned been charged with two countsof thank Deputies Mcintire and Sat. March l l 1 01d
a parked 1968 Plymouth Se- :obra jet engine, belonging to over to the Division of Youth grand theft auto and is cur- Cochran and the others from ,
dan, belonging to Juanita J.W. (Sonny) Dukes was Services and is currently rently waiting action from the the Union and Bradford
Allen of Lake Butler, was the stolen from its parked position being detained at the Juvenile 'County Sheriffs Departmentswho
victim of a hit and run acci- outside of Lyman Green's Detention Center in Gaines Sonny Dukes 1 commentedthat were involved in the inci
dent by a 1972 Plymouth Products, Bldg. on S.W..4U:: ville. he "urges all drivers to dent, for their quick action
Duster. at the Wishbone Ave. in Lake Butler.The key During.. ,the course of 'the please' ,take YOur kevs out of and efficiency Chicken Dinnert


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Freedom was shortlived for p.m. Tuesday after serving 10 back to the jail, covered! the prisoners: Michael Adams, 22 Wednesday before he got out $ J t't
two Baker County jail Inmates days on a DWI charge, broke radio dispatcher with the and Mathew Green, 18. of Macclenny. Roger and .r.. ... 1ODPOti1D
and a just-freed accomplice IntotheThrift Hardware StoreIn shotgun, and forced the The dispatcher was lockedup. Adams were apprehended at
who engineered a breakout In Macclenny and stole a 12- dispatcher into the back room The escapees fled throughthe approximately 9:30: a.m. 1 '
the early morning hours guage shotgun, according to where the other prisonerswere front door of the jail.
Wednesday, March 8. Investigator Archie Roberson housed. The Baker Sheriff's Depart- Wednesday with tracking
Donald B. Roger, just re of the Baker County Sheriff's The dispatcher was forced ment captured Green at woods some two
fnilesnorth @l] QJ(!J Jru[$
leased from the Baker jail, at 1 Department. Roger
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term. Bottom left. Councilman A.B. Admas and bottom right.

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On Murder of Sheriff Everett Johns


; See Ourselves ,i"wr;;;

New information con Chief Midler went to ful news was broken; a borne The revolver used by the Henry W. Epperson; D.1,.
cerning the staying of Deputy Jacksonville Saturday. in endeared by his faithful care murderer haa..been found' .(Levy) Alvarez, and JoN
Sheriff Everett Kj John* on a I response to Chief and love and devotion. Could lying on top of a sand hill at Langford.
i As Others See Us lonely stretch: .of Ameliabland I Vinzant. daapent the day the fiend who committed the the scene of the murder with Joe Bennett who defeated
\ near ..s Ferns mdie L I there. The Jacksonville crime have witnessed the three cartridges In it. Johns in 19M came to his
Beach la contained In a I papers reported they werehe pie of the devoted wife and death in 1907 two yean after
December 23, 1809 Issue. of T I working on a strong clue but Johns' murder. Bennett
Some Starke is little town. The the crushed hearts of little Although Johns was not was
a Telegraph
say pretty paper was Mr. Muller admits they have children around the mute found dead of gunshot woundsat
sheriff at
among several Items of local: actually serving as
nothing. form of the father. if a sparkof of his murder four his home-presumably a
historical Interest the time
We agree. But it could be a lot prettier..cleaner..safer..and more healthful! recently suicide although foul play
human left sheriffs
feeling In Bradford were
found In the home of the late Heart-rending were the was other
.without scenes like these. Mrs. E.K. (Lois Peek) scenes at the home of the mur his breast, his portion in hell murdered while serving their was All suspected six of: the by deaths some took
would begin right there. terms. hey were C.W.
Ferryman. j dered officer when the dread-
Aside from the question of esthetics our city ordinances give the City Commission (Wash) Epperson; bis son, place within a 30-year span.

I broad powers to act against nuisances-especially when they affect the Senator Everett Charley Johns.]',E.father John.was .of.,

,public health and safety. first elected sheriff of Blue Cross Research IndicatesUnneeded
Bradford County" In laps,
r Most of the structures pictured below are potential dangers to the community succeeding P.S. Crews who
as well as offending the eyesight of visitors and residents alike. had been appointed to fill the
unexpired term of Sheriff D.L,
Alvarez who was killed! by the
In addition to being fire hazards that endanger adjoining property they are notorious negro ln4e perado. Surgery Performed.

.xalled "attractive nuisances" that could lure inquisitive children and subject Harmon Murray.

them to the danger of insects rodents and snakes to say nothing of lurking
des ...
At the end of i
weirdos who could perpetrate crimes much worse than anything mentioned term Johns ran first for fouryear reelection A recent study 'of electives 01-( costs we also "anticipate

here. in 1890. but surgery patients disclosedthat : significant savings.
defeated by S.B. Denmark one out of every four
who served as aherlff until cases: where the opinion of a For each unnecessary
1900. Johns ran again In that second doctor was sought, the o operation performed the
year and was elected serving recommendation for surgery insurance company pays out
another four-year term before made by the first doctor was about $1.500 in hospital fees.
I yielding to J.P. (Joe) Bennett not upheld. According: to an w/ Dr. Silbery estimated total
in the election of,1904. Associated Press story In savings of some$700,000 in the
Tuesday papers, the findingsseem :1ti two years the program has
Abandoned block After his defeat. Johns wentto to bear out fears that been in effect.
plant on Cherry Street Fernandina to become chief many operations are
r 'i a', downgrades residential deputy to Sheriff Higgin- performed on patients : During 1976. the 4.5 million
neighborhood. botham of Nassau County. It unnecessarily. subscribers and dependents in
was while serving In this post' ;t.uya t. n the New York Blue Cross-Blue
tlon that a trap was set for his Preliminary results were Shield plan were offered the
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murder-a crime, that was released Sunday by Blue free "second opinions" to
never solved Cross and Blue Shield of double-check: the Initial
Greater New York and were recommendations for sur
The 1905 Telegraph carries based on 1.500 cases In which gery. Few, however, have
the following account of the subscribers obtained consultation taken advantage of the option.
murder as printed In the from a second
Thursday Dec. 14,issue of the physician r The issue of unnecessary
Fernandina Star (the murder elective surgery peaked in
had taken place a week previously Of 353 obstetrical- 1976 when .a Congressional
): gynecological cases studies subcommittee reported that
28.S per cent of the Initial such surgery costs the country
"The story Is'now familiar recommendations were not (4 billion annually. The
how a strange white man. confirmed by the consultant: subcommittee using a 1974
L ':L. assuming the name of Abe Of 253 orthopedic cases, the study by Dr. Eugene
The Ice Man Cometh "' Brown faked a warrant for need for surgery was not McCarthy: of Cornell
no more, and old Starke ; +"'"'" the arrest of another for confirmed In 33.2 per cent of University Medical Center,
Ice Plant has outlived r stealing fishing nets to the cases. Of 229 ear, nose and estimated that 2.4 million
II* usefulness. I r value of $5, and with this throat cases 26.6 per cent of unnecessary operations were

where lured Mr.he Johns was slain to the with beach.a the original recommendations of the patients had operations who have decided not to have performed in that year

4.. single bullet, fired through his of surgery were not immediately anyway," he surgery. However we believethe
head from ear to while confirmed. said "how many deferred program is immediately "The figures were and are,
ear them for a year or two, or. beneficial if some subscribersare controversial because of a
his riding buggy.along with( ,the man in "We are continuing to studythe perhaps indefinitely. Silbery spared pain and expenseby lack of valid data to challengeor
?, patients to add further added. "We also want to see not having unnecessary support them." Blue Cross-
They left town together data to determine how many what happens to the people surgery. In terms of loweringBCH Blue Shield reported.'

about 2:30: P.m., Wednesday
afternoon (Dec. Not more
than a hour later a white man
was seen by a colored boy to County Agents By
lead Mr. Johns' horse across
the shell road from the north .ot8 QOOc Bobby
'J side between .. Jaa 'w ?k s'' -.. If; L ., 11 at .. '.lJ; k I
,Drumm Jtd'11 hoifct, and the ) ,
i' .beach;.and''t/e?'MmHtf..T "V a...treelil .. i1: ,. --!.'1!>. F honehu.....'. ToyJ2rExtealon << qw rgr'dlPai t"sy niI

Tottering .hell of ThursdaYJ\ight? a':)large ZOI
house In Northwest posse searched!\ the'north end
Slarke. described by of the Island, and about 3 The next two to three weeks the plants. Of course there h
neighbors as"rat trap" o'clock in the morning Mr, will be busy times for many are other things that can also r
Harry Starbuck was the first folks who will have spring cause leaf-margin browning
to discover the body between crops and gardens. Last like nematodes insects over-
the fort and the jetties and minute soil preparations watering diseases, or phy-
within about 300 yards of the should be over and seed sicial injury to the roots
beach. The abandoned and should be ready for planting. during cultivation. ,
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bloodstained buggy stood "
near by.While. Don't forget that seed (or Much this problem can be s ,
plants for transplanting) are avoided by using the right iI Yy
the most important considerations amount of the right kind of
there is a deep-
when growing a All
crop fertilizer and using one of the
founded suspicion "as to the .
--..-- the good soil preparation, acceptable techniques for ap-
motive and the source of the
fertilizer irrigation or other
One technique Is to
dreadful crime there is not at production practices will not plication.broadcast the fertilizer over Employee Receives AwardBarbara
d this writing any substantialclue make up for poor quality the entire garden area and
:!&I .... as to the identity or the seed or a seed that does not
1 .&- -, whereabouts of the villain who have the Inherent ability to work it Into the soil by Faye Daniels. Bradford County hospital Executive
e "' ':" ., did the foul deed. spading, chopping disking, Housekeeper receives" a certificate from the National Executive
: produce. Make sure that rototiDing.
you raking or This
Housekeeping Association (NEII) for completion of 320 hours
Inxighlly Junk near plant the best seed or plant method while effective. Is of course work at Florida Junior College In Jacksonville.An .
railroad at Jefferson ? While the body was rifled of that js available to you. somewhat wasteful since
Street crossing. watch revolverand/ a some fertilizer ends up out of employee of the hospital for four years Mrs. Daniels began
diamond pin. the-robery, is Good seed may mean the the root zone of the pants the course in August 191$,
considered only Incidental, difference between success
H- and that the motive was and failure In your garden. Another 'technique Is to Presenting the certificate Is Mrs. Patricia Ivey. director ofnurses
revenge and that the Buy good seed from a reliable broadcast the fertilizer in a and acting administrator at BCH.
murderer was a hireling. dealer. For some crops seed swath about 2 feet wide down
may be saved from one's own each row center and then
Fate seemed to conspire to garden but for many other working it into the soil. A third FORESTRY
v the advantage of the vegetables, saving seed is Im technique is to place the ferti-
murderer in everyffway. The practical. lizer In bands or furrows II by Richard. Schroeder
awakening fears caused by located on either side of the IN BRADFORP; COUNTY
the absence of the deputy Plant varieties of vegetables seed furrow.
which have been tested ,
sheriff were allayed for some
hours the next day by a and found to be adapted to Perhaps the best techniqueIs Last week I had the European kings began
telephone from a ,your area. Vegetables resistant opportunity to the
message the combination method make a sending more men to
friend in Jacksonville' who to pests and tolerant of where about one-half the ferti- presentation to third grade newly found land. One of the
made a mistake in concluding adverse weather conditions lizer is broadcast over the students on the history of main objectives was to secure
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Mr.Johns was there where he are much easier to grow entire area before planting trees. the tall straight longleaf
was due that day as a witnessin successfully than those that and the other half.Is banded to pines.They were to be used as
not. The class was held under.
Fire Trap Vacant United States court. By the are the sides at planting time. As masts for his royal navy.
r' the closed of mixed
i r canopy a
time this was corrected and a
house on Water Street; grows, additionalfertilizer
unsightly and dangerous. posse could be collected to Of course It Is a privilege may be needed. Such hardwood and pine stand. The South continued Its
y make the search, the second enjoyed by gardeners to try applications are called side Trees have always been Important expansion. The people needed
night had closed down on the varieties which have proven dressings since the fertilizer is to man. Prehistoricman timber to construct their
.ii t body lying in the lonely spot In themselves elsewhere and placed to the side of the used wood as a weapon, homes to fashion furniture
I L the sandy wastes of the beach. which may do well in their plants and at the edge of the to stay warm and as a deviceto and to make weapons. Wooden
y and the murderer could be a gardens. However, many gardeners root zone. let a woman know he was in boats and rafts were the
+t ri thousand miles them- mode of traveling.
away.A are cheating love with her. Without wood common
selves of the best possible the invasion of Troy would not The demand for wood
man got on the; train at results by continuing to grow have been possible. Seafaring became so acute and mans
O'Neil on the evening of the inferior varieties without ever explorers.! would not have been so Intense wood was
murder and got off before the testing the suggested able to travel across the mysterious takes for granted. No 'prQovisions
train reached Jacksonville. varieties. waters and the first were made to
who may have been him. Possibly flight would not have been reforestate areas
once
he took Mr. Johns' One of the most common'problems o9r possible. covered by gigantic pines.
watch revolver, and pin with we have Is Improper
%
him as proofs that the deed fertilization or fertilizer burn = s a Before Columbus sailed the Settlements once: right and
was done met his party in In many of our home gardens seas in search of other lands, thriving became ghost towns.
Jacksonville and his This Injury usually results in the mighty Vikings left their Businesses '
got pay. Energy cannot be created transacting a
t tI and has since put many miles !browning and die-back of the or destroyed. It can only be, homes in Northern Europe to large volume of trade had no
I I Defunct' Mini-Mart i between him and the scene of ends and margins of leaves. changed from one form toenoth.r. search: for timber. It is customers.The short term get
his crime. Severe bum results In death of commonly believed they rich quick scheme fell into the
1 ; ; on N. Church '
St.. + '+ landed on the cold island of
ip 'w hands of the who had
men
vlctlmlied! by vandal E" ; : '
J Greenland. They found an foresight and long term
L LI abundant supply of wild drea .
l etpiri BRADFORD COtrN animals for food and clothing
t+ but no trees. These men were'quick t to
4 realize the "cut out and
get
So, they set out on a south out"
were
fctjcs detrimental
4rap1 westerly course In search of to livelihood. .
: r wood so badly needed to construct
I A 4' ( Oatir C their colonies and mend They began leaving high
c their vessels. quality trees standing in the
: BOB FERGUSON JOHN M_ MILLER
.#10.. Publishers They soon Hiscovered woods to regenerate recently.
: what
I As long as such conditions Is cut areas
are allowed to exist we cannot that Starke f "
an" "PuMishad each Triuraday and entered as second bass Matter at the Post Office at Starki, see. under they were searching for In the
doing everything possible! to sell itself to potential investors new residents Acted March 3, 1879. part of Canada known today As a result of these men who
as well as making life more pleasant for those who already live here. Subscription: rat in trade area: per v-: ?. six monttw. as Labrador. Within a few took a real interest In the
Outside trade area: $8 per year:M BO sm months. years. a logging camp was forests the South Is again a

J". Several other towns in the area have already announced plans for a spring Phone 964 6305 51...... Fla. forest constructed products and were the first the leading producer of trees and
exported
many positive
benefit
cleanup. Why not Starke? we
I from North America. associate with a forest.y .


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I' Legal Section Asking'More Space In CourthouseWith .-.- Business.l & Pro J )' sslona At.U _IR NE If ."."'W"'..r.3.I.1 .'v;:" ''+* H


the almost certain. presently occupied by theParole tax burden on county taxpayers Sanders told the comnu :With a special budget
addition of a fulltime public and Probation office when office aa the sloners Parole and Probation allocation from Governor The stockholders and year In its history.
defender' office in Bradford over to the State's Attorneyand .'. Attorney and Public only serves the circuit The Reubln Askew. public directors of the Florida Bankat During the meeting the
County and Increasing case utilize UXM offices! 'for the Defender arc allowed courthouse and not county court. defender's office hen serving Starke held their annual officer for the year elected
load In the State's Attorney's Public,Defender. space since credit is State Attorney and Public Bradford, Union and Bake meeting in the bank offices
office county commissioner The judge said Bradford given for that space when the Defender have more contact counties moved closer to Thursday, Feb. IS. were: J.E.!: Tomlinson
were faced Monday March 6 County was unique in the county pays Its -part of the with the population of Bradford reality. The legislature still Bank president J.E. president; Ruth S. Johns,
with a request for additionalcourthouse county furnished the parole Eighth Judicial Circuit County in both the county must vote on the request. (See Tomlinson reported the bank vice-president: and cashier:
I space. department office) space budget Sanders said when and circuit court said accompanying story). had an outstanding year In
County Judge Elite Sanders since it Is part of the Department those offices are rented It Sanders, Judge Sanders said the case) Marvin Brown, assistant
approached the board with a of Offender Rehabilitation would boost the amount billed The full time Slat load (or the county has grown 1977 with an Increase In cashier; and Helen Crosby,
request from the State's and rented space la other aa the counties part of the Attorney' office was openedin to the extent that trials .... deposits of 7 percent to assistant cashier. .
Attorney's office for counties.He total circuit budget. Bradford County In July held two weeks out of every $19.729.000. Loans grew 29 Directors for .1978 elected
additional courthouse space to explained to the' While all three offices have and serves Bradford Union month and Bradford County percent to$9,417,000 due to thebent were: Steve Denmark Jack
add a secretary: and an commisidoners It Is teas of a business with the courts and Baker county. has the largest criminal case now making home E.Haten,John M. Miller,S.L.
Investigator to the current load outside of Alachua: mortgages said Tomlinson. Peek Jr.. T.M. Slade, J.E.

I office investigator staff of and State two Attorney secre Local ]Public Defender Office Closer; County presenting The judge in the Information added 8th he was to just the He more added money the In 1977 bank than earned any Tomlinson Winkler and Warren :

taries.

Sanders explained lie was Included In Askew Budget Allocation"Bradford be commissioners up to them and to weigh it would the _.aasss.ras.. -
not advocating any particular costs of providing Mary Clark
solution to the space request, the cost of contributing space versus a STARIE FIRESTONE

but had been a part of a An $88,000 branch office in budgetequeat, but public County: has greater amount toward the Mary Clark was selected aa \ j'
meeting of those involved, Starke for the Eighth Circuit defender Alan Parlapiano always generated a greater overall budget If space must the employee of the month for us 30t N, Starks. flee, ...
including commissioner Public Defender's) office, Including said be feels more confident case load and special at- be rented. February at Cadillac Uniform I
George Roberts and clerk Gib Bradford. Union and this year since the need for a tention is needed there now," Commissioners took the Company in Starke. FREE LOG Priced !! MOUMTIMB:=' ,
Brown. Baker counties, is closer to branch office has been sub he said. request under advisement for Other ladies in contentionfor UOUNTIN8 d"xOrHoii!
Terming the request a "hot becoming a reality following stantiated. The North Central Florida 30 days. the trophy were Ullie
potato." Judge Sanders said special budget allocation by Parlapiano who operated Eighth Circuit: has unusual Roddey, Patricia Brown and 4 Ply Polyester Whitewall Tires
two possible alternatives discussed Gov. Askew under a $403,000 budget this needs because It Is where Mary Mosley.
by the group were a Wednesday, Feb. 'IS. year, said he asked for more than a third of the state Library Survey The unit of the month for B78/13 19" '
structural change to the grand Still to be voted on by both $655.913 next year, a figure prison population resides, said February went to the shirt G78/14
jury room or turn the spaceHampton houses of the legislature Is the which: included the branch Parlaplano. Last vear there March 13-18 unit for the second time running
t.., IJ office financing and follows a 'were 14 murders committed Debbie Jones, supervisor E78/14 '2)1 11781426-.
statewide formula which: I Is Inside, Florida SUte PrIa n' of the unit, accepted: the F78/14
Approves designed to meet national which required subsequent President Carter has called trophy. G78/15
standards over a four-year legal assistance from his "White House Conference
j on
L78/15 '28!' H78/15
period.In c flce. Library and Information Ser-
Expenditure $4,500 a telephone Interview In addition'to the prison vices" for September 1979
from his Gainesville office Starke is growing and the with the expressed purpose of Grand Prix 10-15 LT '42"
Monday, Parlapiano said last community needs greater developing recommendationsfor
'JI On New Water attention, Parlapiano added. the future of
SystemHampton his office received no Improvement "
year special funding recommendation The Starke office would also the Nations libraries and 4 Wheeler 11-16LT 43

council members approved Wed. March 1,a price tag from the governor. "It serve Union and Baker counties information centers and their 12-15 LT
served
'of $4,500 for completion of a preliminary design for a new water was like standing at the plate rather Gainesville.than being use by the public.In RY' 58"
from
with bat." This preparation for this conference
system.Sverdrup no year 1436.515 LT T4"
defender funding
and Parcel and Associates: of Gainesville engineers Parlapiano said, with the The public Governor Askew has
for the water system, will prepare the design to be included In the recommendation by' the followed formula Is state similar attorneys to one In called a "Governor's Confer- All Tire Prices Plus F.E.T.
by ence on Library and Information
FmHA -
application report to Farmers Home Administration ( ) he was given a
The council: plans to seek a loan and grant from FmHA for governor nice, bat to hit at the 20 circuits where a $34 Services" for November .
million total budget was re ,1978 to enable the citizens OJ ,I ?M1a LJ ENGINE TUNEUPm
$350,000 to replace the existing 70-year-old system. The system the belt"A That formula is 1
was taken over in January. after a court battle with owner Arthur branch office In Starke, quested.based the number of courthouses -', Florida to have a part in {t ---
on making these recommendations. .f
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Bruno. Parlapiano said, would Include and In the state : .
Since urns the quality of the water has been questioned by the no fewer than two attorneys judges State Attorney t $2588

.Department of Environmental Regulation because of the lack of an investigator and a judicial Eugene system.Whitworth of The intent of both the Preaiden't Only ....
pressure in the line,also failure chlorinate the water. secretary. He said in the past Gainesville who had requested Cars
S&P were selected by' the Hampton council Feb. 13 as the he has been skeptical of ,million to the Conference and the : : ln.UHn.W2S!!? *
$1 run Governor's Conference' Is that We'll
engineering firm. Representatives told the council they hope to branch offices not having the .
loan Circuit prosecutorsoffice the voice of the average t plugs, ignition points and con-
have the application report prepared by April 1. If the FmHA quality of personnel."It .
received 1920,000 in the
be heard. For this denser
citizens adjust carburetor set
Is approved, it would cover half the construction costs and a
I federal grant would finance the rest, the council was told. Is my Intention to staff Askew recommendation. The reason, two-thirds of all delegate Debbie Jones point dwell and timing; tot battery *
the Starke office with senior figure is a $29,000 increase to both conferences will and charging system and inspect part.. '
personnel having considerable over the. current year's be library users, with no SERVICEMENGreen Electronic ignition can $4 less V-8'. and
Officials experience measuring up budget formal contact, as librarians some air conditioned earn extra.
Clay Co-op to the competence consistent Gov Reubln Askew has already or trustees, with any library.
with the home office," said announced he will not AssignedTo [D BRAKE OVERHAUL 'j'
Attend REA Convention Parlapiano. ask the Legislature for addi-- During the week of March Ft. Hood Tex.
He said he has been offered tional tax revenues next year 13.18's formal survey will be Private Reginald L. Green Only
'space In the Bradford County the budget recommendation conducted in Starke and Brad- son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert y
Officials of Clay Electric Included David Hamil administrator Courthouse and would also be will be written within the pre- ford County. This survey is Green, Route 3, Starke, $ 88
Cooperative recently attendedthe of REA, who examining other location sent revenue estimates which' directed at both library users ) was assigned as a < 59
annual meeting of the spoke on the past and future of possibilit.es.: A physical move will allow increases of 8 to 6.S and nonusers, and should pro wheeled vehicle mechanic : r Drum Types
',", National Rural Electrification the REA program;' David would be after- the beginning percent, said State Budget vide basic information on with the 2nd Armored Divisionat ... Am r. Cart
Cooperatives Association and' Bardin, administrator of Economic of the fiscal year July 1. Director Joe Crease.idents library use patterns in this Ft."Hood, Tex. (eMceplluxury)
came away with much more Regulatory Ad- I 'area.; Following the survey, Pvt. Green entered the We install factory pre-arced lining new front
insight as to what is happening ministrations, Department oi any interested citizen will be Army In July 1975. seal and return iprings, rebuild all four wheel
.t in the rural electric field, Energy, and Robert ThreeAce ,.encouraged) to respond to and The private Bradforll''Hl is a 191 cylinder and resurface brake drums (new wheat'cyl. : I
Martin manager of I Partridge general\manager ; .." op mfe question! stoup graduate; 'of' .h S7 each,4f needed)I. whml beaN '. I
coo iII NRECA. **'! .JgxAtwu t 2& "gWfepffl bMlC t.11II hod'" "" "" ..Inlfll'( >blaorf' liVBWno and addp.n.twaarY AuIdJ" ,at- '. "-..-
rMelp! troultcooperatives *HBSUB**; Qi&Cfc-op 'R portii1 Minor' I the adequacy of any need for H i i
Injury
.. trustee and secretary of the ; library service. Please call MADISON STREET LUBE and OIL CHANGE '
: e United States attended the national association, conducted ;the Bradford County Public BAPTIST ,

'.."l. convention which was held one of the morning The Florida Highway Patrol careless driving. Library at W4-6400 for further REV;CHARLES R.SWARTZ Includes up to 5 quarts of
;*!" Feb. !&* in Las Vegas. meetings. Other Clay Electric Investigated a one car accident i- The FHP reported Raish Information. Surveys are also Sunday iSunday high-grade oil and chassis' $ 88
Theme of the was trustees attending the convention westbound SR-100 and available the public library. 4
meeting' Sunday, March 5, resulted was on School, 9:45: a.m; ,lubrication.'
"Tomorrow is Today. The were Floyd Gnann Calvin Elwood of
in minor injuries to Padgett 11 a.
Morning Warship mi;
various sessions, which In- Tommy Malphurs, Sam Hogg, Steve Allen Perryman of Starke was eastbound. Raish Children's Workshop, 11 a.m; .....
eluded speeches by several Ray Wingate, Dick Surrency, center line Into the 2 Correctional
crossed the
,''l.f Hamilton and Wayne Keystone Heights. Church Training, 6:13: p.m; -- -=-, i All Cars And
Zedra .
U.S. Congressmen, panel path of Padgett causing him to j Evening Worship, 7:30: pm. -
.'I..forums and exhibits, looked at Hollingsworth. Martin and The FHP reported Perry- run off the roadway striking a Officers RetireLt. Nursery Provided for all .... Light Trucks.
as a whole, explained Tommy Millican, assistant coop man was traveling north on tree to avoid a collision. services.
'J4! Martin. manager, were also wives SR S-323ln Hampton at 50 Marcus Conner 63, and Wednesday Please Call For
One of the main topics: was sent. Some their of the husbandsand mph when the right front tire. The FHP estimated no SaL G.Paul Raymond, Cl, two Children & Youth Choir, Appointment.On .
the energy' bill and how the accompanied damage to the Raish vehicle veteran correctional officers Mid-Week Service,
4 7:30
: ;
,: REA fits into it,added Martin. took part in the convention dropped off the pavement onto p.m '
.: I activities. and $200, to the Padgett retired last Friday and were 7:30: pm; Adult Choir Charge Eml I 964-431
of the main speakers reportedhe
Some wet grass.Perryman his vehicle. honored by Florida State Practice, 8:30: p.m. LO
was unable to correct Starke police reported one Prison officials.
( vehicle and traveled 280 feet accident March a causing
I Hardy Receives 3 Years Probation FSP Superintendent Dave
shoulder striking an
on the ",350 damage to two vehicles. Brierttn, presented a 25-year
embankment and traveled 40
Douglas H. "Buddy" Hardy In other court action feet before coming to rest, service pin to Conner, and a20year
received three Nathaniel McBride received Police report William Fred- pin to Raymond.
In circuit years court probaton sentence of 15 years In prison Perryman was treated on rick Phillips of Lacrosse had Conner started as a prison
and ordered to of the scene for minor Injuries.He slowed for a stop sign while tower officer In August 1953,
..r Monday$200,damage was he caused to noltorgultyhatoefirsat was charged with carelessdrivleingn headed east on South St. when and Raymond worked on a pri
pay murder to guilty of man- Roy Pat Glover of Hampton construction crew building the ?
a fight
car during
with a city three police at pie slaughter. accident Monday headed south on Monroe, present facility: and became a
Inn policemen In October. Charles Polk and William March 6, Carl Arthur Raish of struck Phillips' vehicle as it correctional officer in
Holiday Hardy plead oppos- McRae received a split Starke was charged with entered the Intersection. September! 1958.Wiggly's .

"eapoccelog _gtyb:: Wl nfF*-.V .entente! of three years in ----. -

_...,.. violence. He has a civil prison and two'yean
r: swt pending against the city, probation for burglary ,and
> J.D. Parmenter,and Mlaslssi.I grand larceny.
I'I( ppl t Management Inc., the Rhymer Rhuebin Howell,
I former owner of the Holiday Jr. was committed to the CORRECTION !
Ie'] inn. Hardy received 60 Department of Health and
stitches on his head when one Rehabilitative Services: for :
policemen hit him on the treatment for his charge of
,' head during the Incident. sexual battery.
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More On FLY PROBLEM..*.......

(From Page 1)) board septic tank permits Ij Ijd
would be required from contractors Piggly Ad This Week

needed to join a 'law suit and Individuals be-
''challenging the state law fore a building permit la
'1''which mandates that counties Issued by the zoning office. '
,"u pay bills for Indigent patients Gaines said this had become 'T' i wt Yyfv ,
.'-who go outside their county of necessary to prevent completion RED. OR"DIET 7-UP FROSTIE: ROOT' BEER.. S /
residence for hospital care. of a home without DIET PEPSI ORPEPSICOLA
1 Hardy' said if remedies are knowing If septic tank wouldbe ,, ft :
not made during the legislative permitted. Gaines said the iIIl.... .. ... The All American Home
would be to take ,
,, session,then the county procedure G )
of a house plane to the county 8 "
study the possibility o
P
can
.',.law suit. Hardy said the health department, apply and ] 12 Oi. Cane $138 Loaded With Options Such As
",county has received seven wait for septic tank approval 4 i iThe
\ ,but none had about five days take that per- Limit 2 Plea** y :;
sppiindices mit to the zoning office to ,Shingled Roof With Cultured
In other action, the com- check the zoning and be Issueda ,""'
mlssioners: building permit. and A Beautiful
t } Cypress Siding
Approved rectassiflcation: Commissioners approved. the _
i I.for zoning (for: 1) three acres, action unanimously. Ad Has Pictures Of Pepsi & 7-Ip> Bottles,

,three miles couth of Starke -Approved an applicationfor Sw Deluxe? Furniture Package ., .,
.Downed by Thomas J."J a Sun-Corn line for county
.i McDonough from OR to R-2 .offices to cut down on the cost It Should Have Been Cans 4
;i for multiple family housing; of toll call charges. ONLY AT
from RIB to BP -Approved a one-year .
,,2) six acres
for retail stores fe mile northof maintenance agreement with ,I.';,; ,. ", -:

Starke requested by Paul H. First Communications, for the electronic' Corporation REQ. OR DIET 7-Up FROSTIE ROOT; BEER, ." JOHN BROWN'SMOBIL
: Faulkner; 3) an appliance DIET PEPSI OR 1
'a repair and service on 20,000 switchboard system in the : a
square feet from OR to BR courthouse: at $1,581.UIIInimously PEPSICOLABPK : "
3.1.1 on SR-225 requested 5y>> gave their ,4 HOME.CENTERHwy
at cost, to the .
I ..,,'den acme requested by Oral county support to an no application toFarmer's '/' 4) ,

",Tanner for a repair garage iv< Home Administration ,2G>Cans $138

miles Accepted north of with Lawtey.regret the Hampton.Adopted for a. water, system for Umit2P1' ... 21 Keystone Heights. 4733775r

.' resignation of zoning board a resolution in ,
"(1, chairman Art Kiefer. support of a, committee: to ..Ol7
r, Instructed zoning board develop a management I
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", ..director'L.M. Gaines to proceed 'program for counties along o
with drafting regulations the Suwannee and Santa Fe. :
Joi .$Nir
requiring all subdivision River to prevent south Florida .
roads to be paved to county from tapping north Florida
specifications.Gaines told the water.resources.


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BHS Weight Men, Beat VangujMs I IBy. .'LJEl a i S TIiwr


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CLEAN I
j \MK wr.Itatte. BENCH JERK TOTAL PLACE POI I '

close two point, the j ) '
Bits Tornado weight men out UB 114Nuxrat. MS ISS :US. j j. 4-y, br
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I Danny 1M' IMIU 211 r
pumped IJw'ancuard I sa.c.... )Iart!. inKly. IUIM 37* I ,; I I -
Knights 3T-J3 Friday: March
I
: Tray lit 12* :2SS3MS _
:a. I .-oar*, Iark 131 :ZllZSS IT* : I / '
The Tornadoes were to meet I Jam*. Tim l.. t I .aK.S.Ii _
(lay County Wednesday. i (;rUfh. Jay I III Ins tiM.. 371 3 > II
March .. at home and will Jenkins. Uaiah IUMoore. ZZSZli 252M IM 2 I _
participate in the SlateChamptonkhip Alton IMfruiter. : 12* 3 + 1 I
March IS. Ken ml HiV l.IS 471 2 ._ I
I Yeoman Chart** ITS 21* IM 3 I j 'Hi
Patrick. Ijiwrence IMIteddUh. :31* 27SZM IKSIM I I _
I Kevin Itt lt .,i I ,
I \_I. Kevin Z2I Z7SIM ZOS DM 2 I Mr' ,..DmiRlass of Starkr. will be bowing the Bradford A Hereford .
''icaU.11... II County cross. olrrr will he exhibited h, frank! .\iulreat ".
t-371
L Z3: '1.jf'ri8f: I I-II nub show Mere\ si the Bradford County Fair. tttr Bradford ( ni...i steer,Show ami Hulr. ':harem :ffl: .April.
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. BHS Palatka Lock Horns on Diamond" .-,. i1


Kevin Tlllman and a "Kevin Tillman did an outstanding The Tornadoes never really each hit. BITS commitlee i 7 ..
Palatka High pitcher locked job agim Palatka"said threatened in the pitcher' errors behind Clark. -..
hors Tuesday night in Coach Hartley. duel which saw both team's Palalka continued the bombardment
Palatka when each hurled a I'a la tka got both runs Tuesday of BIIS last 4-8 Club : .
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one-hitter but Bradford baite- in the fifth inning. The limited to one hit. Mike Thursday night going'IM I by
batten tout 24 on two fifth unearned lead off butter walked. The Jackson got the only BHS hit the hapless Tornadoes. Kenny i
rurw. second hatter put down a and got to second base in the Clark go the only hit for BUS ',:.'
"We played a fine ball game sacrifice bunt BUS tried to third but was left on. Bill In the second Inning. Terry Prepares
against Palalka This game get the lead runner but Goodge walked and got to Mundorir allowed Palatka
was a complete lurn-a round dropped the ball, putting second with two out in the only four hits in taking the
from our last week's play." runner on first and kecond. fifth but was left loss. BITS committed five
says Coach Mike, Hartley The third batter walked errors behind Mundorff.St. For
I Z 3 1 S E 7 R H K County Fair
I"alalka is now 5-0 and has one loading the banes. Augustine didn't let up
of the best Clans. 3A baseball A l hluop fly between second BITS: I 7 1 I. 1 1 I 'I Friday as BIIS went down IS- ,
teams in the Mate. hasp and right field scored!' one PITS: I 1 1 1 2 0 X Z 1 1 3. Dinky Kilby allowed nine
Hopefully this game will run. but BUS got a force out alI Last week<< the Tornado nine hits in talking the ..... BUS
Hartley says of his youth runnersn first and third with Robin tournament in Palatka. Kilby BHS had four hits by
inexperienced nine one out Last Wednesday BIIS was Kilby who had two RBI's. '
l>rrinlrruft.. of tinItrtMihiT l-ll (huh will ,he fchimiiiK liisl.iinmioln ,
BHs has lost its last fourgames. A ground ball to shortstop bombed 10.3 by Ocala Forest Keith Northrup. :\IIkeJack'lOn
.Theseason mark is 1-6 forced the runner at secondfor Freshman pitcher Kenny and Bill Goudge. Mrrr .Irrrniiiili.'
through Tuesday night play the second out but the lead Clark took the loss, allowing 7
The !I'alatka game was! he runner scared l from third on hits.Doug Reddish was 2-for -- i
only encouraging factor in last the play. making It 2-O. 3 at the plate for BIIS. Bill
.<<,,-k'a play. Hartley said. I'alatka./ Goodge and Marcus Cruce


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Trackers Leave Blocks for First Time


KriMllord High girl track IFAIR
purticipunUfinithrd.t third ma: 'the tan sard dash. His time "This was our first meet, ( ;*#9 tabi s loom io you carmnecr tn VI Iii'Hlt'hlird said : "We don't wantto '
uas ) Moxley.
7 that; ui ritiea
four..amt.1.'t behind lirstpljcp >our eyt-prcl* one or :
St. Augustine unit Smith placed. pceaklooearly Districts" arc ((-'many, at you nMT If Saope (
fourth in the $HIM with 2 IU... still two months
away !th s eh'fth, vfreuMe* <
Mf nil place I'alalka High in mt < <>
Isaac: Cumnungs threw the '
a melt TUI..d.1IIlIl.'rnllo".
"I'iiliilka in hal put 4l'fi" for fourth place Doth the men and I the
John) Tatum placed fifth in the women will participate In the -
long jump with. IH':!,," I'alatka Invitational an all I PULLMAN ALL PURPOSE PUNCH
htT-all. I uiix pleased |1I."h l> Smith placed second day event Saturday The meet
with She performance of the \\ilh a l cm: foot discus! throw begins( at 9 a m.
,taint"said Couch Jerry BREAD POTATOES IDETERGENT
:Minff; im hut team's lirstmeet ,
nth meal of the season .Irjr St gETVi 24oz LOAF 49oz BOX
.lugtalme unil the fourth for ---1'EIu \ 20 LB BAG
I'iiliitku. Mctinff. said
Crescent (its MUM the (fourth ;'e &1_ -
liinu behind Hrudford High 4'1'S. .k4... 0
*, Iti-wilUt 0(Ihf meet were notahutalrct ; ': Azalea SaleA I I't 0d '' s
SAYE 8AVH'300'Bargain
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imlividiuil Mciiriff, did point prrformances.nul several: '7 i..;-.,. ': .,....J ft..i,..I{# A"All Year Grenery, Large

Urn t-\tr ....,,,'" rt.. ; 4 Dwarf Vatehee, < i *:1ft, Bakery Bargains in Produce
11 Gal. Size $250 I

.li) >t.iit-c runner rirvhiriffilh. Reg. 2.89Sprinz JUICY 300 A ISFUESH 1'IS SiMper DfscounjT pFflESK
( the tone return on the !
iinirler| mile rl'laIl'lIm.. won (.. PLUMSSAVK 918 1 tWE
She milt in .'.- I r. just! river Its f ( Annuals ft 4Ei GREEN
"> :tl li I tut was her best limo, 1
last ,....anon linffilh fasilUIHI \ t Vegetable PlantsBig I
(he hull I mile in _'':U.1 i .... h uw
,Mi.1" 1 live seconds olf her Pr;. Selection Of Favorites To PARTY HAKI 3Oi
$I".... of :2 7 w CEOVESIEAFtRO1MN'N
Plant Now. J | StHVI 3'/KG. $21

i'iml"It>s loin neiuty* running fM-epllnnul thin close for Of Tray 6 59 2 Tray$1 ROLLSSWEETHEART: A r

to her besl l times no early in ,
She >eir." :McCriff. xaid. J
UIIS u.is' also, strong in IhiIwlrl -
e\enl.s I1, Michigan Peat SPANISH BAR CAKES RESH FLORIDA

M.irl.i I'ulnum. a soph" Top Quality Bacterially Active Soil NECTARINES ; GRAPEFRUIT
more eon l IH>th the shot put Conditioner-Helps' Retain' Moisture 160z 89 5 LB BAG 1O FOR
and discus. I throw I'elcl.i Reg '2'. 30* 9u .
l"" $ 99 59c. $100
11.1\\kill" itas srcoixl in (the Bu. BagBULK | A LSI
-fait, and! I third in I She disinnIhrnu 1 SAYS 204ANTSY <<
.l.mice "I'I'n'ta.- tilth [...grewneor (== [ it ie se
in (he shot and ,.Mxlh ,the $ 27 / M/ne .. . .. o"'
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FIat Peat..I PANTaY rains % ; -.I >ll FUV'U'if |>. ;'M6.'.* !.1 .uli t
discus Bu. Bag DINNER uI DESSERT I SLAWOR YEtLow I .CHII? D'ANJOU

.hi ll.inkernon, 'C'l'III.1I. ROLLS CUPS SALAD I ONIONS I POTATOES PEARS

in the high jump iind Teresjc VEGETABLE SEEDBush 3 $ 39C r.. :
\\ xl> east YiiiH-siid T l)Min a .A" \....) :7C, :
lie.l for lush place in the Beans Corn( Many Kinds) : .

c.\t..I. Pole Beans Green Seed

I.imti' Kichanison.tliHlance Bargains in .. >
Lima Grocery
.. : runner plated 1 senior thirdin Beans Squash fctrTPnlowMes) (&( : 6wl.... .. M-jOgf. COMPARE -...r..r- -..x-

the mile and wcond<< in the Field Peas Tomato PILLSBURY BUNZ rOAMT *
two mile. Cucumber Peanuts LIQUID Hunt's Snak Pack a". 69 .a''
Super Discount CAKE MIX omaGENT
('oiwhIcirirr: stressed hiIN And Many Other Varieties 18.501 EinJeiis Crimora 99t.- .

not interested in his squad ttsy? A3ST. FLAVORS 59c 3203/$1 K kosher Dills M"
2tl'
ti ming on loo early but wants uuu
the team to peak around the Centi Centipede: Seed
Seed The Original MAYONNAISE Potted
So CAN LNlilt 5/M/
district meet After all.Ihat'a NOW IN STOCKSAYE SWIFT PREMIUM taw. wHUNT'S
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where it counts ---- -- VIENNA SAUSAGE.1 Fi s .1....t 311uvtsrMa.hN. /
Just four seniors are on the
39' <'<
$fi member BUS quad Mohtly .vu. Stewed Tomatoes 11M cat ,,0
I (he squad Is made up of I $40 iji Gnr gl i.if1.J'' men
freshmen and Hophomores. a Cre n Clam url DOUMJ LUC; Coffee Creamer nu'Si" 40'

Tuesday's meet was Ih.'l'ry SWEXTPEAS @ GREENBEANS tomato "
Sauce ..u13/ 1
first compelilion for of
many __
the oung girls. McGnff said Toro Grassmaster Bol Cleaner 21/ 1
California 3/1 ,... 5/$1 Snp
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--------- 21" Cut Key Lectric Start Tomatoes'3.1 mil" CAM nw
maw ,, IKETCHUP Tetley Tea Bags Non M"1
The BHS men also participated \ Self Propelled Rear Center Bagging. Hot Chocolate $115 ""* ;
She MnHMMc' ;. MNots i '
four
in Com
placing fourth with way 27 points.meet PACKEK MgMaMwMw ;ii.!. f"NE '1e.W 31'/ lr<<
$9.7
Rig. '389' Super Discount : 1ABEL FRISKIES SweetPeas'4s1"ltsuseeaooia
I' Model % : DOG FOOD _...'-
admitted Although that Coach the Ben scorewas Moxley' 20690 .ma a.u ., +***.IM mco*.OMCMKnw WhiU Potatoes ..CMI 4. ./iiI i M79 '

not real good" he added that SEALTEST 29c @ LIBBY'SCORN *
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was the first meet for the & SAVE $30 1
men but the iixl h meet for all t ICECREAM Mini Marshmallows

other participating_ schools. s :, Model 20750-Same Aa Above I.DrI'........ .... -- 31'1 1, n*

Avery Shell placed fourth in Except CREAM. 8TVLK AWHOLI J!:.. Black Pepperr CMI 59* 21'
She IU) yard dash witha timeof &Mjt KERNEL.PNRIXA --
: Recoil $299'5 CAT FOOD Pork S ."
Beans
10.9. The 440 relay team 16oz CAN "CMI.21'
consisting of Isaac StartingReg [.11111i cousin..Naewaa ommN 911 Strawberry.
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Esdau Cummins Bright Avery and David Shell. '329"I COIU'I' 3/89'/ 'C, c.... 6/:I Toaster".._ w a"Nr ''

Caner finished second. I No TWU Needed a Pastries ..... 49'
Esau Bright and David
Carter also luiiihed second in
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First Girl Plays On BHS Golf Team. ;. Rec Dept toJIaveEaster ; M .



Helps in Win over Keystone, Santa FeClaire Egg Hunt ; <*



Tuesday Turner when she made became history the BHS scored a 180 to win by Winkler was four over par give* BBS firs but haven't The SUrke Recreation Armory. ...... bring two

first girl to compete in a Brad seven strokes over Keystone after the fourth hole but came gotten it together yet this Department will lponlMJl' an fresh eggs for each: child that
High' 167 Santa
ford iii Fe trailed attai. back on the back side to birdie lle81CMike Logsdon. 0 Easter Egg Hunt Friday, attend (the
golf match. .
The BUS coed wasted no The double win the 5th hole and par the final 4 Russell Greek, and David 4 vr March 24. 1078! There will be Department will also furnish
time in letting the boys know leaves Tuesday holes three"hunU" for three differ. eggs). The eggs will be boiled
they are In fur some competition BHS 2-1 on the season. Miss Turner was third at 41, Brown each carded a 41. Steve : ent age groups.For ages 4 and and colored by the Recreation
when she carded the third diana Keystone's for split leaves the In but she was only one over par Greek had a 44. Logsdon a under the hunt will be held at Department, Thursday,
1-2 the
highest score, a 41, and it date. season to going into the fast two hole birdied the ninth hole r 10a.m.atWalnwright Park on March 23. Any mothers
counted in the BUS victory Bradford's Richard Turner bogled the last 3 holesto BUS traveled to Macclenny: Church Street across from wishing to help please contact
Gaines
over Keystone High and Santa led all golfers with end at 41. Wednesday March 8, for a the County HealthDepartllK'ntl. the Recreation Department,
a twooverpar and
-
Joey Herre Scott
Fe. The match was played ). At 1 p.m., ages 984.8792.Prins.
9thGhd had a Roberts each carded a 42, 5 through 8 will hunt at will be given for
Tuesday on the local Starke the Wade Winkler match with Baker High. eggs
Roberts had birdie.
one Pratt Street Play Forages special eggs and for the most
Golf and Country Club Coach Adklnson said Claire
course was stroke Warney Turner when
one back at 39. Keystone eolfers usually made'Tuesdny she became the
9-12. the hunt will returnto eggs found. Your child will
he Intended to play Miss first girl to .
play on a boy's golf team at Bradford High. Above.
Walnwright Park at 3 need to bring a basket or"something"
Turner In the third spot after Claire p.m
tees off In
a match with Keystone High and Santa Fe
to collect the
I BHS Men's Tennis Team ,Wins her performance Tuesday played on the local Starke Golf and Country Club course. The Plan to sign up with the eges In. Parents of the 4 and i
: BUS count coed In carded" a 41 to shoot In third. place to make her score Recreation Department on under age group are encouraged -
the BUS win March 20 21 and 22, at Pratt to attend with their
The Tornado .
men's
team tennis Freshman Rip Pratt, in his March 13. Tuesday, March 14, Street Center or the Old child.
had a good week, overpowering first match for the Tornadoes, they travel to Green Cove. I
both P.K. Yonge outscored Billy Sohm 8-4. witha
Tuesday and Clay High win that "really helped us" BUS.4-PK VI Lady Netters Win, 'Two of Three '

earlier in the week. according to Coach Mike The men beat P.K. Yonge Umpiring Clinictake .1
The two wins bring thenetter'l Sexton.
Tuesday 4-1 with the game The lady Tornado netters
record up to 34. Robbie Pierce then sealed called before the double had Keystone-BUSS BUS 5-Green Cove S -
BIIS4CIIS3The the win with ,a victory over competition because of dark- two a of good the week three winning matches In Janice Jockel won 8-5 In the After losing to Green Cove Anyone, men or women the test last year, plan to
David Keating 8-5. No. 1 position. Menrie Orms- for two straight years, the that are Interested In come at 7:45: p.m. for a review
BUS men's tennis ness.
team
But the Clay High netters Griffin beat plar.ect.: The wins brought bee continued with a win of 8- ladles tasted sweet victory umpiring for the adult Softball Registration forms to
outplayed Clay High Thurs- B. McCauley 9-
to 44.
up 0. hitting the ball better than should attendan become an A.S.A. will
came back to win In doubles Thursday as they walked the leagues plan to umpire
day by one point, with the 4-3 7, Carver beat J. McCauley 9- "We are getting beat else has hit
ever it, according:: umpiring clinic be available at this time. If
win coming from good singles competition with Sloan and 8,winning on a 5-2 tie breaker. mentally," says Coach Melba to Coach Howard opponent 5-2. Thursday.
Cathy Jockel: won in No. I singles March 9, 1978\ In the OlaArmory.
play.Kenny Rodrigue overpowered Ron Howard. "The teams are not Futch also won,9-8 and 5-1 In a 8-8. Ormsbee also All new umpires or you have any questions or are
Rodrigue defeated Daigle beating Tornadoes Willis 8-1 and Pierce lost to All better but won 8-4.
was we are letting tiebreaker unable to attend this meeting
by Steve Sloan In the Rodrigue and Griffls 6-8 In the Charlb2-8. Tom Williams beat games slip by. We must be Elsie Johns overpoweredher Samona lost 5-8, Futch won 8- A.S.A.those who did not test take should the please call Cheryl Godwin at
4,Johns umpire
M and
only singles loss for the day. No. 1 position. Carver and Harvey Heard 85. mentally prepared to win won Michelle the Recreation:
opponent 8.5.Jana Godwin Sapp playing her first match come at 7 p.m. for the re- Department,
The score was 1-8 along with being good put the only loss on the board mired test For those who did 964-6792.
Steve Pratt lost to Hreist and Sohm for the Tornadoes, lost 3-e.
Griffin gave the men "Everybody played good hitters. In
singles
competition 8-8.
their first win for the day 2-8 in No. 2 position. tennis," said Coach Mike Monday they will meet and Nancy Payne Mishelwith : In doubles competition
when he beat Steve Daigle 8-6 Sexton, pleased because. his Eastslde. Tuesday they will a win of 82. Jockel and Ornubee lost 8-8 Dixie RegistrationEnds
In the No. 2 position. T.J. in the week ahead the boys had beaten a team that face Green Cove and In doubles Ormabeeand but Payne and Godwin came
,
netters meet Keystone play back for a win 94 and 5-1 in a 'I
Carver then netted another had beaten BHS earlier this Thursday they play Gaines Jockel
won 8-2, while tiebreaker.
win against Julian Priest 8-3 Thursday, March 9. and Eastside spring. ville. Futch and Johns lost 78. March 10
In the No. 3 position. comes to Starke Monday, The team is now 34..
PKY4-BIIS3
The ladies lost a closet The Recreation Departmentwill 1978.This year,the league will
---- _.....ch to r b..n., .I.._V1'K"___Tuesday begin registration for it's expand from two teams to
Dixie Youth and Dixie Boys four teams, three from Starke
43.JockellOit 4-8,Ormsbee lost Baseball programs Monday and one from Lawtey. Again
4-8, Samons lost 4-8 Futch February 27th. Registration ,all Interested boys In the
FOOD held the only win In singles will be held at the Pratt Street Lawtey area should see Mr
l t Center and the Recreation Paterson.
plaIn &doublesJolcanpetlt nOrmabee Department Office Old Birth certificates should be

and Jockel won 6-4 Armory.For presented with a player's
and Samons and Futch won 8- Dixie Youth, a child registration card. (This is a !
4. must be at least 10 years of requirement' both Dixie ;
Y FAIR age and not older than 12. The Youth and Dixie Boys baseball
age determining date is, >. For all player who
U.5. Ag Dept. August 1, 1978 Nine year olds have participated in the Dixie

may be able to play but they Youth Boy programs, birth .
AnnouncesChanges must successfully try-out and certificates should be on file I
make the league.Try-outs will For those persons not having a I
be held during regular practices. birth certificate, apply for one
r '"CORNED & CABBAGE" In with, the Bradford County
HI- C BEEf CHUCKSTEAKS Dixie Youth will have eight Health Department.

ST PATRICKS DAY TRADITIONAL FEAST TobaccoA teams again this'year, six
from Starke and two from Registration will end

FRUIT. DRINKS MORTONS. KNIIPSASS"T. change in the' Govern- Lawtey. All children in the Friday March 10. 1978. Practice
@ i ment's Flue-Cured Tobacco: Lawtey area should registerIn sessions will begin the
FLAVORS OR > CORNED Program will allow farmers to Lawtey. See Mr. Buddy week of March J3, 1978.
460z CAN SPENCERSCORNED BEEF OR CHUCK ROAST substantially overplant their Paterson at ,Lawtey Ele-, .Also| coaches are still
wAIvoaaiio acreageallotmentsyetretaineligibilitp mentary. needed for the Dixie Boys
ROUNDS .for price ',support, Dixie Boys Is a program for ages 13 & 14)). If Interested,
2/ BEEF $ provided they don't harvest boys 13-14. years of age. Determining please contact the Recreation

4 88 BRISKETS 119 gAVe the, lower stalk leaves. age date is August 1, Department.
The announcement was
21C A Lh>t
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made b\\. 11411_ FItz& aJdfr
+ adminlatta *' r pt ,,. 4.DI:".I,I Bat S)>all,Umpires IS ceded, I

Agricultural Stabilization and .,, ,
,_t. .. : ; .
r MuYrl MA. r u un MOw -' w --
# 1 | ; '
) CttiservatfonrServfce lASCS( ) Recreation: t' '
Cottle Cheese iw 89e wnu. The Department r..games begin'Apr j2f .;}ff'
I_u usl_.re dd IAn of'; the U.S. Department of 'Is looking for umpires for you are interested in um
P ssSetif nli 98 ear Agriculture.( Dixie Youth & Dixie Boys piringbut have no
i 2 Ce' roc 'Under'' the change, flue- Baseball. Games are playedat experience the Departmentwill
2D
$78 CnamCheese 2Mmm / IIN cured tobacco farmers can approximately 5:45, p.m.
STEAK *KJHill MTT HJMM -_ plant up to 120 percent of their during the week days (no help you learn to umpire.
sAwn/Ala *" L* W Pantry ? 4I/ I V acreage allotments and still weekends). Games for Dixie Interested?Please call Cheryl
receive price support if they Youth are scheduled to begin Godwin at the Recreation
art do not harvest the four lower April 17th. For Dixie Boys, Department. 964-4792.
20a ii. leaves of each stalk, exclusive
a !1f5-'
of the plant bed leaves which

: anyway.normally are 'not harvested Exercise in the Morning. I

Growers wbo do not to
this arrangement will agree receive The Recreation Department bold a class, the Department
IiI hf price support only if they limit is now considering a morning requires that a minimum of 8
12i01CE their plantings to 100 percent exercise program for women. persons sign up. Interested or
of their allotments. For the The classes will be held two or
three times each week, have any questions? Call
C SAVE IN *UT UAA N a 1111,, 1977 crop, the acreage limitation Godwin
SoftllargarlMBTMVftUTUtA vela. 49 Bonelsss Stew i52.llM SAYE 110 of the (depending on the interest Cheryl at the
o' Baef ,,. was .. percent
? to Recreation Department 964-
1 MM SAVE allotment.The shown), from 9.30: a.m.
cur $CSI M VY Y/IY a,11 YYY1 q
California Steaks 11' Flesh Pork Butts IT vE change was proposed approximately 10:30: a.m. To 6792.

December 20, and is designed
Boruens Cu88SI sew fli'to' Pork Roll Saus3QI sweat 89e :. to enable farmers to produceand

"HyL liw ,e' i.i ,L "Ic',., Y' ""k..e their market poundage a larger quota part of in Fun Show at Fallen Oak Farms I
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'" c P N rrh' I')1''' higher value, stalk

i.FRYER' .., "" ,,-:.. ,' '(:;IIILI.;,___ :' .' S'LICED', tobacco, and less upper lower stalk The Central Florida 11 a.m. on March 18 at Fallen
'IDANKS! ,. ;I oAM tobacco, for which demand Racking Horse Club Is havinga Oak Farms In Hawthorne.
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8' 8" (:. :' C'" and prices ,are lower. Spring Fun Show starting at The show features 19 events

,,,'..., ,....,,,.. ,, :s.'I ?' : "$1 9. '-"\ Including walking racking.
."., "" '"'' ,." I .. ... English pleasure, halter, open
cart, four fun classes,and two
: .i'--1. stake classes.
B 111 To each of the winners of the
+ ----=- ........",.DI.. ......0 I Iw r stake classes goes a free
tvery0.ylowprkePANT.r.ylowprke :d (, CANADA IC" SPAttl; I { SAY E pastel portrait by Sherry
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MC '.8 Leak winner of the Fine Arts
lilt
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CNIPS DRY .. I' ON STAINLESS STEEL Show In Gainesville.
POTATO _..._ :M.. B Fallen Oak Farms Is located
DI "N CHIPS i C' $ : 23 miles east of Gainesville.Go .

65< ";;....... 7$1 ,;;, :..,,4.,1$1', .. : FLATWARE east on Sft-20
.Y CKCOCTBIIMA! (Hawthorne), four miles past
i THIS WICK FIATUR OOOD 3/9 THRU,3/18 PRICES CHOPPED US-3o1 to SR-21. Turn north
for mile farm
one to sign.
.. ------@ _.....1 "'....cv General admission Ts 50

SCHLITZ DI'=' R.C. orAtITIIY"IOa. SOUP ;t cents for adults and children
PIInz..o. } C 2440 under 12 admitted free.

BEER 39DIETRIT nz."IX.. 19 ''c a 3 Bedroom,furnished. Carpet and Bring lawn your chairs family to the, Spring horses

Nr GW 99c c::.,55 ) PKG. OF TWO I'' '885024x70 '. drinks Fun Show available and enjoy food on and the

6 PAK 12oz CAN .i LOW MICIS ALSO ON MATCHING COMPtlTM! flKCKSHealtrr grounds.
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: ,4' 'Beauty ,Aids[ .. !' 4 Bedroom,:..(2 Baths .
CCURTYMrTplrlotsmtla TMP1E CMH SMflHOS Santa Fe Rodeo
pet.wp, s tspyp a Furnished & Fully Carpeted

VASCLIN! VAIUINI! save an 14,895 MarchJ8jl9
IMTINSIVI CARILOTION IIITINSIVI CANS SOFT PUFFS extra Lt'7
AteqQ The Third Annual Santa Fe

.A H....AI. BATH MwlaAMtO! BIADS.-N.NeAL! SAVE 38 Z /$ 1 00 $ ACID ;*::- ..:Jn 24x68, _Y' be High held School Saturday FFA and Rodeo Sunday will,

IAVI SIOO SAVS 4MISos SIOO 280 Count agg = 3> .. 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Fully Carpeted March 18 and 19.
neriADIES Fumlahed Saturday the events start at
12,358 t p.m. and continue until 7:30:
'r WILKINSON ""ID.QL wllti .'a "" >tID" Ct1"IIi" .I jlY ) p.m. Sunday' event begins at
STAINLESS STEEL wrrffTHE: 1 '
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HAIR BLADESDOUBLE : liJORj PURCHASE OF tE': 24xSO There will be a. Bar-B-Q
I 3 Bedroom a 2 Bath Shingle Roof +
THESE dinner from
PANTIES Saturday 4-8
p.m.
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EOOrSAVE "O', ,, ..
BRUSH I '" } PRODUCTS Wood Sidlnp.CVgKitchen/ for S3 per. plate. Advance

'2'1$1 4r- O/$1 00PkO 3/1' ::4/$1 rn w, FU"tII.IIe9& Carpet $1 ft 40A CI tickets are Adults $2 and
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015' ', ,," 'CASHFIEflNBfMAlLSEECETAlLSNsroRE'ii Aw.t w students ft. Tickets at the

Large Selection Of 12 & 14 Wide gate There Increase:will also fifty be cent a sunrise

A iB'P1i' To Choose From '5180Starke church service Sunday at 8:30:
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Page TELEGRAPIIlarch! 9. l>78 .'wvHampton!;

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by Dolores Mrng because of Illness. Their next villa High School on March 4 Meng and Tina"'i i r Hip at their home this winter. ford Vo-Tech School came class. They recently':moved peach half, cookie milk.WEDNESDAY. ,
Phone 4SH-19IS meeting ls scheduled for were: Brian Clark with his Russell Gilbert altfyKa'ren{ They also took a tour of our back on Tuesday with her asslUnts here from Macclenny, .March IS-
March 17 flute D.J. Riddick with drums from Micanopy. tine school and were favor to plant egg LUNCH MENU Hot dog on bun,cabbage slaw
MEETINGSThe and Darla Roberts. Happy Birthday ably Impressed plant and other tomatoesi es in MARCH 13-17: baked' beans, pear half milk.
AUCTION; Nicole Clark celebrated her son of Mr. and M.J' On Monday, Mrs. Betty the new garden at the front of THURSDAY; March it-
newly reorganised 8th birthday on March 7. McClure who cel s Allen visited the classrooms the school. All the efforts of MONDAY March 13- Meat sauce with spaghetti
Hampton Area volunteer Fire Please continue gathering Lori Jean Stone,daughter of second birthday on.Marrh $. as public relations specialistfor these people are appreciated.Mrs Chicken and rice, steamed tossed salad, apple crisp,
Department<< will meet at the unused merchandise in saleable Mr. and Mrs. D.B: Stone Is Little Aimee 4yHeidges;; McDonald' She presented Arleen Rich, third cabbage, cranberry sauce french bread, milk.
Firehouse. on Monday, March condition for the March out of her body cast after daughter of Mr. andtMrs, a film on Bicycle Safe grade teacher. Is improving cherry cobbler, biscuit, milk. FRIDAY, March 17-
13 at 73O; p.m. 18 Auction to be held at the nearly one year. She will be Randy Hodges was an''Attrac. ty This was narrated by Bill her skills by taking a night TUESDAY. March 14- Turkey sandwich, green
The ladies interested In Starke Farmer's Market. continuing therapy until she Is live model In the recenlpittle CoKby and was very Interesting course In Diagnostic and Cheeseburger lettuce tomato beans, potato chips straw
forming an Auxiliary to this "Furniture tools toys, books, able to return back home. Women's Club style show held ( and beneficial to all Prescriptive Reading In pickle, french fries, berry shortcake, milk. .
Department are also to attend clothing plants and antiques Friends may write her at 2100 'recently' In Starke.. .*..f;*. the children. They also appreciated Starke on Monday evenings ,
this meeting are among the useful items N. Pleasantburg Drive Mr. and Mrs. Bill) Meng and the packets of Mc Another set of twins was .
Mayor William Summenrepor'ts which will be welcome for this (Shrlncr's Chitdrens Hospital Dana of St. Petersburg Viiltcd Donald's cookies which Mrs. added to the student list last PUBLIC NOTICE r
that a good turnout of sale. Proceeds will be given ), Greenville S.C 29609. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng and Allen Rave them. week when Kevin and Keith ,
volunteers assembled last for help of the retarded in this Her mother stayed at Greenville family over the weekend Mrs:Diana Weatcott, Horticulture Bishop entered Mrs. Ernes
Saturday and spent about area. Mr. K.W. Hodges at 4C81809 for one week and also when they attended the Tuner Instructor at the Brad tine Denmark's 6th grade The Florida Department of Transportation announces a Public
throe hours cleaning out the / and Mrs. Anna Clayton at spent some time with relatives al! of Madge Middleton Hearing to be held In the Commission Room el the Bradford
firehouse, checking: and 46U-1437 can be contacted for around Belmont. Traveling SCHOOL NEWS,', "" County Courthouse on Wednesday,March 2f, 17.at 1:00 P.M. to
cleaning equipment and more information or pickup of was difficult Betty said BROOKER NEWS ---"I which all Interested persons are Invited.
March 10Is(
Friday >II\
making rack for miscellaneous articles
because of 3 inches of snow
fire fighting necessities. and icy road conditions. Betty Teacher Planning Day> By t Jeanette Prescott' Mr.and Mrs. Urea Prescott The purpose of the Hearing Is to afford Interested persons mo
Saturday March I1. another STYLE SHOW returned home on Sunday accompanied Parents may consult with Phone 4H5-I1IS are proud grandparents, their opportunity e to express their views concerning the Functional
work meeting is scheduled by her sister and teachers, but students can son Mr. and Mrs. Louise Classification of all reads In Bradford County. Also there will be
at Ernest Green's welding !Mrs Susie tott and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. stay home that day .to clean ISIKTHDAYPARTVDeena Prescott of Lutz. are the discussion of roads to be added to or be deleted from the State
shop to do work on the recently daughter Wendy Lloyd, attended Joe Wallace, and her father, house do yard work* or' f Cox, celebrated her parents of a baby girl born In Highway System.A copy of the agenda and supporting documentswill
acquired truck This the Brooks (Hair Style Ed Cobb, from Belmont lax. 9th birthday Thursday afternoon Tampa General Hospital be available for viewing at the Court Clerk's office In the
meeting will begin at 1 p.m. Show held at Jacksonville's Mrs. Viola Gray from Jack SCHOOL VISITORS Feb. IB at the home of Thursday, Feb. 16. The baby'sname Bradford County Courthouse during normal working hours from
and cont inue as volunteers are Hilton Hotel recently sonville is spending the week Mrs Mary Overholsei her grandmother, Mrs Inez Is Brandy Jean. (March 22, 1t7l to March 2f, It7i.
Milling to stay. with the Gerald Brown family mother of Mrs. Jean Clark Green 12 of her friends helpedher Mr. and Mrs Irving Hodge
The Hampton City Council C'tlNGKATL'LATIONM and assisting in caring for her the first grade teacher always I to celebrate Suzanne and children. Rhonda. Myra. This Hearing I Is being hold In compliance with 1M Florid*
will hold its regular monthly niece, Mrs.Delores Menu/ and enjoys lunch at the Uvnl won a prize. Karen and Billy visited their Statutes Chapt.rs 335.02 and 33S.040 as amended In 170,172 and
meeting Tuesday. March 14, This Is the first year the baby daughter Angela Henle. school. On March 1, she Her mother, Mrs. Linda parents Mr and Mrs. Paul "if 77 and Chapter H-1201 the Florida Administrative Code.
at 7 30 in the City Hall. Bradford Middle School Band her Prescott and Johnny, Sunday
p.m On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. brought along houseRuesds. Cox, and brother Bradlee and
The Senior Citizen Club held has been awarded Superior Ernie: Schorner another aunt Mr and Mrs. Uoyd aunt Shirley Green assisted Feb 26, and had dinner with W.H. Skinner
u successful meeting March 3 Hating. Among those from and uncle, visited the Brown Howe, from Muncie, Indiana with the party them. District Engineer
with 18 members present this area who assisted In at family Other visitors included The Rowe's are enjoying The children played games Mr.and Mrs. Dewey Fowlerof Florida Department of Transportation
:Many more could not make it taming this award at Gaines Mr and Mrs. David Florida after being snowed in and every one had lots of fun. Starke visited with them 3/1 jo :3/j.1:
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b>' Elisabeth: Walker NAACP will meet March 2(1(I at News : In (their annual
Community ending Friday. March 9- anniversary
Phone fHI.II4IHlDeUChapter : Ebezener Church at
Baptist 19( Rev. I least le will attend. SUnday at ::1 p.m,
168 UESDell: 7:30 p.m. All Interested citizens
New Hrthrl Ilanllal Chureht Choir: No. 2 la asked to
Chapter will hold ita regular and member Invitedto '
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X ni irNo.. I will rehears appear at Greater Allen
meeting Thursday. March 9, attend. All Interested persons are Free Canaan True Church G..t4.rlIt'lI lhupt-1 Adult flnur'' iiln.iis.il! nt 7um Saturday at 6 p.m. Sunday Chapel AI1.E.I.'hurch\
tTp.m.. in the Masonic Hallon Plans are In the making for Invited to attend this Old of tied: Tuesday 7:30: Prayer \.\ .& Church: The Young I I lutml.H, 1 rung limiiir" School 10 a.m. Morning Sunday. March 12, at:3 p.m. on
'.Brownlee Street. Allfnembers the Spring banquet to be held Fashioned Soul Saving Service Friday 7:30: Tarrying Adult Choir anniversary will Choir rehearsal I ut T |II> m, Service It a.m. Youth Bible their anniversary
are Invited to be In the near future. The merlins Gospel preachingand Service Sunday School 10 begin Friday night at 7:30: and Prayer Meeting nl 7 p.m, nub s p m. Evening Worship
present Business. Is of vital cooperation of all members is sinning/ will be heard. a m. Morning Worship II. a.m. run through Sunday. All Choir Wednesday Prayer Meeting. 6:30: The public: Is invited to AUCTION! AUCTION
Importance. needed for success. Church of, God In Chrht: Evening 8 p.m. members are Invited to Thursday at 7 p.m. Sunday attend. The B.U.A.R.C.
>. The Silver Strand Senior Tuesday 7 p.m. Blblo Band MLIon A.M.E. Church: attend. Stewardess Board No. School 10 a.m. Communion Charity
Auction will be held theFarmer's
Citizens will meet Wednesday, Church Newt with Sinter Ruby Klshcr In Sunday School 10 a.m. Com 2 will sell dinners from the Stewards anniversary at 3 Ebetener Baptist Church i at
March 1 IS, at 7:30: In the KJEcomplex. Mt Plseah AME Church: charge. Friday at 7;30 p,m.. munion Service 11 t a.m. and 4 church kitchen Saturday. All p.m. Everyone Is Invltod. Tuesday 7 p.m. Bible Class Fairgrounds Market north on the of
All senior citizens Sunday School 10 a.m, Revival Pastoral Prayer and Antioch MfaisloitM-y Baptist members are asked to cooper Macedonia Freewill Baptist Thursday 6:30: Prayer Starke U.S.Just i
are. Invited to attend meeting will start Monday Teaching. Sunday School 9:30: Church: Prayer Meeting. ate with the activity. The Church: Thursday. 8 p.m. Meeting Sunday School 9:30.: March 18.on beginning 301 Saturday.10 a.m. .
Bradford County Branch night and thru March 1319. a.m.' Morning Worship 11:30: Thursday, 7 p.m. Choir Founders Day celebration will Bible Study. Sunday School IQ AH Stewardesses are askedto Mr. Gil Nelson is the (
a.m. YPWW 5:30: p.m. Sundayat rehearsal, Sat .8 p.m. Sunday be held at Edward Waters a.m. Morning Worship II a.m. fellowshipPleasant auctioneer Numbers to c.lllo i
spray now will do 8 p.m., professer! lIaroldBoggs' School U a.m. The Choir will College beginning 'Thursday Afternoon worship at 3 p.m. Grove; Communion Stewards. pick up items for the auction
Gospel Singers will sing at Starke Nursing Home .
to control are 964-6197 or 9/7099. All
111111111pit Seal In. appear at the Church of God at 2 p.m. Evening Worship 6 Launched Local Guard items donated will be appreciated. ,
In. ChristGreater p.m.. A Gospel Sing Out will beheld Recruiting Effort By Unit .
| .. Red spldars Bethlehem tree- Everyone Is Invited to
1 flits, and other will Baptist Church: Easter attend. The 6.list Maintenance available In this area" said Rodney L. Carmlcluit-l. Clean Campaign begum
e Insects. It should b* rehearsal was held Monday at first Born Church of the Company of Starke will conduct Captain David Bennett the Anthony C. Carrol. \V.D. f
done ahead of hot 7:30.: Tuesday at 7-30: p.m. Living God: Tuesday 7-43: : an Intensive recruiting local unit commander Lancaster and Jimmy L. Some Concern Citizens of I,
weather Meeting. Wednesday p.m. Prayer Service. Friday operation fur the period of Jones Pleasant l fly Community
Senor Choir rehearsal. night 7:43.: Tarrying Service. March 4 March 31. Recent enlistments In the Selected to attend DCS al have started a I community
FOR BETTER HEALTH & BEAUTY Thursday Easter rehearsal. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. The,Operation Code named unit are Leonard J. White, Camp Blanding and become clean up project that lakes in
Thursday at 8 p.m. the all Morning Worship It a.m. "Get four Guard Up" will Albert J. Aaron. Paul Bcdnar officers In the Florida East: t.stellte'allum./ Tom '
male Chorus will meet. Evening Worship 8 p.m. have as its goal I. to bring the Manuel M Milliard Melvin D. National Guard are Herbert (Hull and Grove Shuls and Old 'i.Luwtey i.-
Have Us Schedule 11311 I.can 8Ia"rt-' Friday the Senior Ushers will Ml Morlah United local unit up to 100 percent Davis' Terry A Jenkins, M.llerres Alton P.Crews and << Road We are asking
Your Now sell dinners from the kitchen. Methodist Church: Wed. 6:30: authorized strength Every Walter W. Rhoden Lyle Wren. Rex. M. Slemer. the cooperation of all citizens
Sprayings Friday night at B p.m. is Prayer Meeting and Choir rehearsal member of the unit has been other areas In Marke to JoinIn
lOaIDA Talent night Choir No 3 In for the Junior Choir. Instructed to participate and the project for the
sponsoring a Church cleanup Sunday School 9:30: a.m, All the Armory will be open every BUARC to Hold AuctionThe beltermi'nt of the entire
Gall 964-5745 01sTe and picnic lunch beginning ladies are to attend the Communion night until 9 p.m. for anyone county. The first meeting was
ONiROL Saturday from noon until 2 Stewards anniversary who would like to come by. Bradford Union Association Market Any kind of item you held !March 6. The next I,
(FREE INSPECTION p.m. Sunday School 9-TO: a.m. at Pleasant Grove. "The strength( of the local for Retarded Citizens are able to contribute for this meet i ing will he held April 3. ut
paieieu ro Morning Worship '1 II t am. Pleaaant Grove United unit Is important because It IBUAKC will hold its 1st worthy cause Is needed now, 7':.in In the RJE: AND ESTIMATES ) Dinner 12:30: p.m. League 4 :1lethodistChurch: Every first determines! equipment and Annual Auction on Saturday, Please call 964-6197 or 96-1-711111I!( Harmon. Community
p.m. Evening worship p.m. and second Monday Young the number of fulltlme Jobs March 18, at the Farmers for pickup: recorder

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Pine Level Breaks Ground IIthe I Obituaries


I For New $100,000 ChurchGround Miss Madge MMdMon.74 Mrs.Fronle Moody
; Miss Madge Middleton. 74, Mrs. Fronle Moody 85, died
of Starke died Thursday, Thursday. March :2, In Brad
was broken Sunday, now averages well over 400 says Rev. Alvarez. The March 2. in Bradford County ford County Hospital after an*
March 5, for a new BOO-seut each Sunday. There were church also operates a Chris Hospital following a long ill- extended illness. ;*b<;
auditorium adjacent to the nearly 600 present last Sunday tian Day School of 79 students f ness Born In Bradford County '
present Pine Level Baptist for the morning worship with planned enrollment this Born Oct. 31, 1903. MiM where she lived her entire life.;''t>
Church building to cost Inexcess service. fall of 150.Twentyone. Middleton was a lifetime resident Mrs. Moody was the widow of! u
of JltXMHXl.Ttie ). The present church building acres of land of Bradford County. Green Moody and a member
new 75! by 100 foot will be converted into classroom Just across SR-100 from She taught elementary school of the First Christian Church''
bulking will be one story with space for Its. Christian church have Just been purchased In Bradford County for 40 of Starke. '""
u iM'cond raised level. The Day School. by the church. Recreation years retiring in 1963. Survivors Include: twd)
building will include seating Pine Level has a thriving facilities for the church She was a member of the daughters Mrs. Audrey B.: '
for a tiO--voice choir and bus ministry, an active school are among immediate First United Methodist Parrlsh of Brooker and Mrs:' '''
liccomtrnxlutions for HO missions program and a plans for the newly acquired Church of Starke.of the Alpha Melba Lane of St. Petersburg;'
nursery age/ children. continued evangelistic thrust, property. Delta Kappa teacher's one son, Vernell Moody ofr'' ,
The sorority the United Lakeland one :' I
building program was ; stepson. Jay
officially launched<< Sunday at t Daughters of the Confederacy Moody of Raiford; two sisters;'"(
the close of regular services Pine Level NewsDon and the Bradford Mrs. Rose Johns of Jackson- I
with the groundbreaking cere County Retired Teacher's vUle and Mrs. Ruby Thomas' !:
mony and Brenda Hallgren REVIVAL SERVICES 19 AsHociation. of Lake Wales; 10 grand-1
The building of a new the church's Minister of Music SET THROUGH FRIDAY Survivor's include four children 10 great 'grandchildren -:('
auditorium has been ncccs- and his wife were back In the Revival services! at the Pine nieces: Mrs. Betsy Matthews and one great-great'' Y.
iitjitwl by the continued services Sunday after taking a Level Baptist Church will 4 / Meng of St. Petersburg. Mrs. grandchild '
growth of the church In the week's vacation In the continue through Friday Anne Matthews Miller of Funeral services were held',''I
past two years according to Smokey Mountains. While on night. March 10, at 7:30:; I Starke. Mrs. Mary Agnes Saturday, March 4. In the NeW'*"
Rev Roman Alvarez church vacation they sang In the nightly.Evangelist. 4 I Matthews Ferguson of Starke River Baptist Church with
pastor Sunday School attendance Deacon Baptist Church In Den Wenigerand and Mrs. Marjorie Middleton Rev:' Lonnie Parker offi-"w*
at Pine Level Baptist Nashville Tennessee where his family provide the Breaking ground for the new Pine Level Baptist Church sanctuary are (ll-rl) Mark Moody Budd of Jacksonville. elating. Burial followed in theft! '.
Rev Terry Samples is the special music each eveningand Woodrow Thomas BUI Middleton. Rev. Roman Alvarez the pastor with hands on shovel Don Funeral services were held Church Cemetery under the"11" '
l iMcthotlim Youth pastor They also enjoyed a llsllgren. youth director: Vernle Thornton and Leonard Moore. ; Saturday morning March 4. direction of Archer-Tanned: ,''
gospel concert last Sunday Reverend Weniger brings in the First United Methodist Funeral Home I' .1'
ActivitiesThe ; evening by Henry and Hazel the message The church has Church with the pastor Rev. nrjMbs
Slaughter at the Park Avenue been full for each service this Hope Has George Harper officiating.
youth enjoyed a taco Baptist Church in Nashville. week so come early and get a Baptist Gospel Sing Burial was In the family plotIn Elizabeth Wimberly' >'t f'
upper nerved lo Idem( last Evangelist Wayne Swear. good seat. Crosby Lake Cemetery. Miss. Elizabeth Wimberly.'',
Sunday evening by Mrs engin was the special speakerfor The public is cordially DeWitt C. Jones Funeral 85 died Sunday March 5, In'' "
Sharon Williams and Mrs, the evening. Invited to attend. With The Trinity Singers Home of Starke was In charge Frazier Memorial Hospital in' '
"aniln< Eaves: Mrs Ada of arrangements. Macclenny after an extended' "
Kodclish und Mrs LuvonUrlvus illness. ''* '
There will be a Gospel Sing from the Trinity Baptist
worked with the youth World Prayer Day at the Hope Baptist Church Church of Apopka. The The Pastor and Clyde R.Alvarez,Jr. Born in Highland where she.1lived '
in rehearsing music for the group congregation of the
Funeral
Hope services most of
for Clyde her'lire. MIss"'wWimberly ?
March 10 at 7:30.: "" 1 j will be under the direction of
Easter program. The devotion The Church is located Rev, Virgil Lovett. Baptist Church Invite the R. Alvarez, Jr., 42, of Orange attended Lawtey"1''(1!
for the evening was led by Observed At St. Edward'sThe on Rev. Lovett and his wife Park were held at II a.m. schools. and was a member of'JOS
Mary Ann Miller are public to attend this service Wednesday in Rivermead the First United Methodist **
SR-100 between Starke well known In this "
Kifleen youth have enrolled and area and to share in one of the most Funeral Home on Blanding Church of Starke. "
in he I Confirmation Classes annual World Day of Father John Flynn pastorof Keystone Heights. having worked In the music Inspirational musclal programs Boulevard with Father Frank: Survivors include: one sari
Featured in the of the Bradford
winch mint on Thursday and Prayer service was held at St. the Episcopal Church gave Gospel Singwill ministry High ever offered by the Dearing officiating. sister, Mrs. Winfred "Boots" ''i'")P|
be the
Sunday evenings The class Edward's Catholic Church on the Benediction and Grace "Trinity Singers" .School In Starke. church. Interment followed at 1:30: Green of Starke: and a"I "
will be confirmed on Palm March 3. with members of before lunch. ,_. p.m. in Crosby Lake number of nieces and ,1',)
Sunday and a lwin<|iio| in their many area churches attending Mrs. Carol Ashline had Cemetery. nephews. '""?
honor will be held following charge of registration. Alvarez was the son of Funeral services were held loq 1'
the morning service in the Mrs. Carolyn Eaves from Ladies from St. Edward's 1 Raymond Alvarez formerly Wednesday. March 8, in the lit! '
Fellowship' Hull the United Methodist Church Altar Society decorated tables of Jacksonville and now of First United Methodist 'M
led the prayers and was assisted and prepared the parish hall I Bedford Lake, and the grandson Church with Rev. George L.III"
in readings by Mrs. for the covered dish luncheon of Mrs. Anna K. Alvarez of Harper officiating. Burial Hie
JoAnn Copeland from the I Jacksonville. He was em- followed In Highland ;!
First Presbyterian Church, served to approximately 100 ployed as a supervisor of .Cemetery under the direction' "
Mrs. Jess Wolbert of the Epis- people. Table flowers were 94rf manufacturing services for of Archer-Tanner Funeral N
copal Church, Mrs. Lucille donated by Mrs. Gladys r w p Union Camp.Madison. Home of Starke. ".
Godwin of the Methodist Weldon and consisted of si
Church Mrs. Mary Hum. camelias, narcissus and Jonquils y ,f v i ,rr r r V rta
phries and Mrs. Josephine v Street ,' I'V.
Mrs. Kate
Cumber from St. Edward's. Area pastors also attending I Starling, 90 ;1'1
A.1e The organist was Mrs. were Rev. Father Patrick To Celebrate Mrs. Kate C. Starling. 90. 0111'': '
Antoinette COBS from St. Ed- Foley of St. Edward's Rev. ., s \lj a y. +.. h+ Graham died Monday after-
Charley ward's and the singing was George Haprer of the United .. Youth noon. March 6, in Green Cove '''IJ'>''
y led by Mrs. Evelyn Griffin Methodist Church and Rev. .. WeekMarch Springs following long ill- '-+1/
from the Presbyterian Will Wright of the ness. '
Grace .
E. Church. Methodist Church In Lawtey I ... 12-18 will be Youth Born April 22 1887 In Ala- "l'/. '
a The Trinity week at Madison Street. The chua County, Mrs. -Starling *!
Singers under
Ihe .
direction
Johns aan :Souci- Baptist Gospel Sing. of Rev. Virgil Lovetl. will be featured al the Hope following youth will be taking was a life-long resident of the "1
Baptist Choir In the
"A 9.I part morning andeveniruz Graham area. She was a
careless act can cause services.- member nf __ the Graham____._
another person" to lose his To Perform At Northside Sat. II I II Bobby J.W"will assist Baptist Church.- n.
aight..hix. mawculinity..and i Guest Speakers Highlighting Lenten I Sunday School Superintendent Survivors Include two
result in a law suit for The San Souct Baptist at the Northslde Baptist In Sunday School. Kim daughters: Mrs. Onie Mae
S100.i$ II or more. Theunul Church Crusade Choir from Church. ,Pace Joyce Thorpe, Cindy Ortagus of Jacksonville and
Jacksonville will be in concert The :30-voice choir under the '\ ',i Lawson .Mary Richardson Mrs.Juanita Phillips of Citra- 'I. '
$10,000 personal Saturday. March II, at,7, p.m.. direction of Gene Hodges will Program At St. MarksuV/ ;.'J\.; \ r.11r i Lua: 'll/i btluh i MljJ'n". ullOi ,I !iI"rour i soim.jKarl..-StanlinajMof: tri! )
liability policy it no longer ', land Lisa ... "
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present a gospel concert f JI' 'i .wlIOf1.wlll! Bassist Jacksonville Levls-Starling of adequate. Can the Charley FOR SALEALUMINUM featuring selections which Paralleling 1I'-J! sings especially when times fellow like him that might' Sunday School secretaries. Gainesville and Roy Starling ,
K.; Johns Agency increasemy were recorded on a long play Diocesan theme:' Ing are tough need it.Both Ushers for the morning and and Claude Starling both of 'r
Comprehensive' SHEETS album last year. The choir Is the Living Lord" the parish men are retired evening service will be AI Graham, plus 18 grandchildren .
'Personal Liability to known for numerous outreach family at St. Mark's Episcopal ''On Wednesday March 1, successful<< businessmen who Chapman Jerry Blalock. and 15 great grand-*
$100,000..even. 24 5/5"a M" ...0." concerts in the Jacksonvillearea. Church has been blessed !Mr. Fred Angcrhol/cr! and Mr Mike Christmas and Andrew children.
fur $1,000,000/ with guest speakers al the W Dabney Waller from St. have always been Involved i Strickland. Denny George will Funeral services were held '
just a "few dollars more .23* Each Also featured will be the weekly Lenten programs John's Cathedral Jacksonville with youth programs in the give announcements In the Wednesday afternoon, March I
premium? church trio singing some On Wednesday evening spoke informally on city. They commended St. morning and Lisa Lawson in 8. in the Antioch Baptist
THESE ARE OFFSET favorite Gospel songs. The February 22. Mrs. Scott following the Living Lord Mark's Church for the establishment the evening. Church near LaCrosse with "
Charley E. trio may be recognized from Sherman from All Saints through service.. Mr. Anger. of it's day school Special music in the Rev. Gerald Langley offi.
JOHNS PRINTING PLATES. the "Ford Makes it Happen" Episcopal Church Jackson holzer began the discussion: by which serves 42 children at morning will be presented by elating. Burial was in Antioch '",
AGENCY U.UalUd A_&. commercial. ville discussed physical stressing the Commandment: present. A Teen Town newly the youth choir and a quartet Cemetery. DeWitt C. Jones
1 111', WAINU The pastor of the San Souci emotional and spirtual "Thou Shalt Love Thy Neigh formed also drew praise from bf !STARKE; Bradford Printers Baptist Church Dr. Vernon F. healing. She emphasized"that bor." He challenged the audience these men devoted to 1 Diana Pace, Bobby Epps and In charge of arrangements.. 'M;
I'HONt 964 -5O70 "4J05 Johns a native of Lawtey. will our Lord is a living to be Involved In the following the Living Lord Denny George.
.be... present. with the Crusade Lord and that although I He Lord's work.and told of the through service to humanity. Mike Christmas will assist "
inoir.; knows our needs we need to many ways St. John's The Lenten Programs con- (Church Training Director In Mrs. Edwina F Falco >
Dwight Slates Northside Baptist Church Is say what they are in prayer." communicants are showing tinue until Easter Week each i the evening and Susan Sapp !Mrs Edwina F. Falco 58, of II<'
located at the corner of SK-16 All present were reminded to love for their neighbors Wednesday evening. Covered 'will assist Church Training Starke. died Wednesday..
Food and 225. pray for wisdom and to thank through Outreach Programs dish suppers begin at 6:30: !Secretary. Special music will March 8. in Bradford County' ,.
9 Scat Everyone is invited. God frequently for all bles- including St. John's III-Rise pm. with the program 1 I be brought in the evening by Hospital following .an extended -
Apartments. Cathedral Heal starting at 7:IS. Both are held 1 i the youth choir and Susan illness. .j
Open u.s. 301 S. I th and Rehabilitation Center. at St. Mark's Parish House. A !Sapp.On. Born in Roselle III., Jan.' 2.
7 AM. 12 PM, 8 Walnut tpp&axce Service Go.DON'T Jacksonville Episcopal; High nursery Is provided for the Saturday March 18, the 19ZO Mrs. Falco had moved to r'
St School Meals on Wheels, and very young and movies and :youth will participate in the Starke five years ago from I
SUNBEAM :0'". free or low-cost medical services games are available for older FUSS CALL US 964-831 youth under supervision. I be held at Bayless Highway the Catholic Church. i
BREAD SIC LlGHTIIt svsmlo Mr. Waller explained how Everyone Is welcome to come, 1 Baptist Church. Survivors include her husv",
ClEANIHI sncnuFREE he had need the love and enjoy and learn how to better The community Is extendeda band Michael J. Falco Sr.;
2 Loaves 79. 't. support of his church follow The Living Lord. warm welcome to attend. one son, Michael- J. Falco Jr. /
I... 'I' following the loss of a loved of Lockport III.; four
---- (sri daughters Miss Arleen F. .
one and in return decided that Of ThanksWe ----
BORDEN 5 tfAOMM CHECK-UP he had a task of doing his partto Johnson of Glendale Heights.

MILK ALL 8RAHos BEll Ms VHI, l.tMt VMT MM, M. Metals, Mobs| .*.,!.... assure that the church would like to thank shown to us during the loss of Rajskv III.: Mrs.of Christina Ann
for all Dundee
the food
would continue everyone our loved one. 111,, Mrs.
'1 S S Case MMktsl.. ........ .*N Ael Wok TIM Sw..*. M .. Wrap. nextT ,flowers, prayers and kindness The Durrance Family Madalyn G. Rousseau of J,
'fOO + .. Lincolnshire, 111., and
Ga, Over Coat r roe fNtNU. o. Aqaba : ------ ----- - !_ .. .r Mrs.
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"STARKE'S OWN BAKERY" Mrs. Katherine Randall .of ,
I 138 East Call St Starke 9645890 Fayetteville N.C.; and 15
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1 I grandchildren. .

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and burial will be In the Mt.
SHAPED CAKES Carmel
DeWitt
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And Easter .
Cookies
Herschel Hobbs Jones Funeral Home was in ,
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charge of local arrangements.MusiciansAt .I
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CROSS BUNS DAILY Henderson Southern Baptist
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Evangelists will be at "
AND First Baptist Church of Starke
Panelingin for revival services March 1217. .,I

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Ron and Claudia Ron and Claudia began full ','
a 4 time music evangelism .iq,,
Miles"Come 1975, and since that time have
been busy singing in churches
Henderson Irv and see (for your- Dr. Lounette, .Richardson, B.S.. D.C.,, from Virginia to Florida.
self. More spades, more" Their travels carried them
:: Music EvangelistsSing colors, more; sizes, more Announces The Opening Into 59 churches in 1977
Of
brands, more> styles. Compare traveling thousands of miles
the kind of help' do- Keystone Chiropractic Office' In their 29 foot travel trailer.
God's
Praises it-yqurselfers get at our At SR-21 North Since their first love is
: gospel music, several
March place; tool If you want Keystone Shops Suite 5 have been, recordIngs made-
12-17.1971, "The Answers" on panel- Including "Heaven Came
ing. talk to us. We can Down." "A Quiet Place," and
"talk back" with, good PAone,117.,: 8604. "Say I Do."
names. you know, like ''t 'j I A cordial invitation Is
First Baptidtc.Church .ffottrs gain. -1 pin. and 3p.m. 6p.m. extended to hear this musical
family and hear Dr. Herschel:
A Man., 7 e.:, Wed., &Fri Hobbs preaching during lime '

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CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mattel to Dumdee, Fla., for "
CHURCH OF COD: Sunday Vincent's Hospital on Friday the weekend.They also visitedhis
School 10 a.m. Worship after surgery. grandmother Mrs. D.W. I Don Fuqua's At each community the
Services 11 ..m. and 6 p.m. Mm. Winifred Martin of Matins and other relatives mobile office will be In Brad-, mobile office will be parked
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Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 South Daytona and Mrs. Mrs Cecil Wade of Tampa k rr. ford County for stops at near the Post Office. Ren.
p.m, YPE Friday at 7 p.m. William Wolfe and sail spent a week with her sister, Brooker Graham Hampton, Fuqua travels with his mobile
EVERGREEN BAPTIST: Danny and Billy, of Cape Mrs Fred Moore, while Mr. Starke and Lawtey next office whenever possible but
Sunday School 10 a.m. Coral,spent the weekend with Moore was a surgical patientin Wednesday March 15. w 111 not be able to make It this-
Worship Services It a.m. and their mother and grandmother St. Vincents. Hospital The mobile office minus trip his aide said Tuesday.
7 p.m. Training Union at 6 Mrs, Hester Kicks. Jacksonville.. We are happy to Rep. Fuqua this trip, is
p.m. Prayer Meeting Hicks. say that Mr. Moore returned scheduled next Wednesday to Anyone having a problemwith
Wednesday 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kelly home on Tuesday' We pray beat Brooker from 9:30: 10:30: Social Security the
FAITH BAPTISTS Radio and Donnie Kelly of that he will continue to The Bradford' Middle School Band a.m., at Graham from 10:45: Veteran's Administration or
Program on WPXE at 8 a.m. Jacksonville spent the Improve 11:45: a.m., at Hampton from any Federal agency is office
Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m. weekend with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore's 1.2 p.m., at Starke from 2:1): to stop by the mobile ,
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mr. and Mrs George Kelly visitors during the week, were BMS Band Receives Superior RatingThe 3:15: p.m. and at Lawtey from and discuss the problem with
6:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting M!!.and Mrs Henry Hodges their Pastor Bra Ben Bryant 3:30.4:30: p.m members with Fuqua's staff. ,I
Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. and family, were Sunday Cecil Whitehead, Bill Haas. Thursday March 16. The staff will also receive f
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: dinner guests of their mother Mr>. Will Edwards and Mrs Bradford Middle School Saturday. Feb. 25. the band Friday. April 14, the BMS Fuqua's mobile office will be complaints or opinions on F
Sunday School 9:45: '..m. Mrs. Annie Mae Crews, and Drew Reddish of Starke. band under the direction of members participated at a Hand will be honored to present in Union County at Worthing. Federal legislation.No .
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Worship Services 11 a.m. and their brother and sister-in-law Their son. Chuck Moore of Michael Woodfln. received a Solo and Ensemble Contest a half-hour concert at ton Springs from 1:30: 10:30: .
7:30: p.m. Training Union 6:30: Mr. and Mrs; Archie Crews Lake City, spent Friday night superior rating from all three held at', the University of Circus World just south of. a.m., at Lake Butler 10:45: Is t
p.m.. Prayer Meeting and family.Friends with them. at the District Band "Florida'a music building Orlando. 11:45: a.m., and at Raiford appointment necessary.
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. of Mrs. Llssle Mrs William Wolf and Festival at Gainesville High from I 2 p.m. I
GRACE UNITED METH- Starling of Jacksonville, sons, of Cape Coral Mrs. School Saturday March 4. Superior ratings were: Randy ,...
ODIST Sunday School 9:43: mother of Mrs. Elsie Normanare Floyd Martin of South Parade clarinet solo; Rennie UF ProfessorWill
a.m Worship Services a.m. happy to learn that she Daytona and Mr. and Mrs. The BMS band also receivedan Lemnon. bass clarinet solo; PhilipW.Clark ,
and 7:30: p.m. Choir Practice returned home from St. Glen Shuford and children excellent rating in sight Bruce.Johns. trumpet solo; Address ,
at 7 p.m. Methodist Youth Vincent's Hospital In were hostesses for a surprise reading. The three selectionson Tommy Powell French Horn
Fellowship Wednesday at 7:30 Jacksonville on Monday. We birthday party for their the program; "United' solo; Benny Tomkard. tuba
pray that she will continue to mother and grandmother Nations March" 'Ballet solo; Leslie Morris and D.J. Gospel GroupVaughn Realtor 1
p.m.Sunday. March 5th was Improve. Mrs. Hester Hicks on Overture from Don Juan" and Rlddeck, drum duet) Jeff
Love Loaf Breaking Sunday at Mrs. Vlrgie Hudson, of Saturday March 4th. Those "Mild-Suite" were quoted by Powell;' alto saxophone solo. 'Berkhlser, Univer-
the church. Someone from Savannah Ga., spent last present from Jacksonville the judges to be a very Excellent ratings were: sity Florida chemistry pro. "t
every household in the Church week with her brothersinlawand were: Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy musical performance. This is Bryan Clark flute solo; Leslie lessor will be the (guest Reol Estate Appraiser
brought their family's Loaf sisters Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Mr. and Mrs. Joe the best overall rating received Morris 0 J. Riddlck. Gene speaker at the Full Gospel
forward as their part of the Rowe Prevail, and Mr. and Hogan and granddaughter : In the history-of the Fennel Kenny Perry and Business Men Fellowship
Lenten offering. The funds Mrs. Eddy Peer of West Mr. and Mrs. Alton Hogan. BMS Band. Curtis Griffin drum quintet, dinner to be held Saturday Announces The Opening; I
from these offerings will be Patterson. N.J. Other visitors Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hogan and March 11, at 6' p.m. at the I
used to help relieve the this week. were their brother daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Mann First ChurchOrdinationOn Starke Golf and Country Club. ,
Christian
physical needs'of suffering and sister-In-law Mr. and and daughter Mrs. Lula ,
and hungry people the world Mrs. O.J. Southeriand sister Durham Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Reservations for the dinner I '
over. This is part of Mrs.Mable McCullough and Parrtsh. Mr. and Mrs Wayne March 5 the First Christ- Williams as elder. Each are required and may be 'Of Offices ;
Methodism "ONE GREAT family, of Hampton brother- Parrish and children Mrs. Ian Church of Starke observedthe candidate was declared made by calling! Ed Long- '
HOUR OF SHARING" to in-law and sister Mr. and Mamie Fouraker and son ordination of new deacons worthy of office by the congregation pecker 4732702.; or the
relieve world hunger. There Mrs. Arthur Thornton and Stanley Lloyd Lighter and and elders during morning and each spoke Morning Sun Health Food I
were over 11 people from family. Mr. and Mrs. Rowe Mr. and Mrs. Billy Anders services conducted by briefly about his respective Store. 904-8978\ by 7 p.m. At .
Grace participating in the Prevatt's son-in-law and from Maxville Mr. and Mrs. minister Jim Love. duties of office. Friday evening. "
World Wide Day of Prayer daughter. Mr. and.. Mrs. D.J. Parrish and daughters Ordained into service for Elders Jim Faulkner Dan
sponsored church Women Raymond Wilkerson, of Rhonda and Patty and their 1978 were Warren Carver Harley and Ethan Sapp then Dinner is priced at $5.50 and Lawrence Boulevard/ j
United and held at St. Raiford. and another son-in- children and Mrs. Nellie Fred Dobbins and Steve ordained the men by the may be paid for at the door.
Edward's Catholic Church In law and daughter Mr. and Parrish from Palatka. Mr. Wright as deacons and M.A. laying on ot hands In accor- t
Starke on Friday March 3rd. Mrs. Morris Carter Jr., of and Mrs. James Anders and dance with New Testament For those people who are
HIGHLAND BAPTIST: Starke. children from Starke. Mrs. scripture.The not able to attend the dinner ll Florida
Sunday School 10 'a.m. Chris Talley son of Mr. and Ronnie Thomas from Glen St. Workshop Set newly ordained men portion of the meeting I the Keystone .ls.
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mrs. Tommy Talley of Mary: Mr. and Mrs Leslie will join In service with the ministry portion will begin at k
8 pm. 'Prayer Meeting Jacksonville spent the Sweat and grandsons and On GenealogyThe present board members of 7 p.m. no reservations "
Wednesday at 7:30: p m. weekend with his grandmother Mrs. Cora Hodges from deacons Gerald Griffis and required for this section. -l73--l700
LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday Mrs. John Tye Sr. Macclenny: Mr. Doyle from Virgil Jordan and elders Jim J r,
School 10 a.m. Worship and uncle and aunt Mr. andMrs. Kissimmee: Mr. and Mrs. Genealogical Society of Faulkner and Dan lIarle).
Services II l a.m. and 7:30:: p.m. John Tye Jr., and Jesse .Parrish and daughter Gainesville Is sponsoring a --- V
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at cousins. Ills mother Mrs. Lawtey: Mrs.' O.J. Anders workshop on family history f
7:30::\ p.m. Tommy Talley. of Jacksonville Mrs. GP. Shuford and RudyIligglnhotham. entitled "Family Tree
:NORTIISIDE BAPTIST! came for him on Sunday It was also a Climbing Can Be Fun" to be ,
Sunday School 10 a.m. afternoon.Mr. Parrish reunion and all held at the Moose Lodge, 1500 I
Worship Services It a.m. and \ .' and Mrs. R.W. enjoyed an all day dinner and NE 23rd Ave., Gainesville this I
7 pm. Prayer Meeting Edwards: .of Jacksonville luncheon. Mrs. Hicks received Saturday March 11, from 9:30:
Wednesday at 7 pm. were Sunday dinner (guests of many lovely gifts and some a.m. to 4:30: p.m.
SI"Ro.IISSIOSARY: :. : their parents. Mr. and Mrs. money. The public Is Invited to
BAPTIST Sunday School 10 B.L. Wilkison. Sr. Jimmy Eunice of Atlanta. attend according to Mrs LilaG. $ $
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Miss Billie Doreen Wilson Ga., spent the weekend with Leach president of the '
and 7 pm. BTS' 5:43: p.m. returned home Saturday after his parents Mr- and Mrs. society
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 visit with friends at Naples. Harold Eunice and other i The workshop will feature From The Office Shop During March
pm Mrs.! Lavon Wilkison and relatives.Mr. Mr. and Mrs George B. .
PERSONALS:. children spent a week with her .and Mrs Lonnie Teston Everton\ of Logan. Utah
I-AWTKV LITTLE: LEAGl.'K Dad and mother-in-law Mr. spent Sunday afternoon with editors and publishers of the 305 .
Victor
; will have a ,meetlnl( at and Mrs. B.....Wilkison Sr. their son-in-law and daughter world "Genealogtccalt,... .. :.li vvt&t 4 Drawer .j ,__ .. I
the scliocl[: uirsdaytdght' at ," Mrs. Evelena Southerland Mr. and Mrs. Charley Mosley! tl famous ... ': :;',:, '" ;.I:1, : ; .i ., a a9
I'''7:1opmuiTheyiwill: I i have"a '." thateJ': '''her iI5 daughtei-s"' to1' lInd family of Highland. File! Cabinet Add g' k t' ; "
a Iwef lunch on Thursday at the Mrs.Daisy Bach Miss Lynn TRAVEL ADVEMTUIE
Mrs. C.R.! f.'rews spent a Torena Restaurant. Starke. Whaley .and Mrs. Nellie
\vkfrk with her !lon.I-law and Her daughters are Mrs. Rowe Wilkinson were Sunday dinner EDUCATIONSee Letter MachineSize
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Tom I'revatt Mrs Eddy Peer, (guests of her daughter Mrs. Chief Kelly US Navy $1 05( .
fla>tnn and son Tom of Mrs. Virgie Hudson, Mrs. Malnes Griffis and children of Recruiting Station Stork
Jacksonville! Mable.McCullough and Mrs. Palatka During the afternoon I I'c
P.M.
Miss Klizaheth: Terry and Arthur Thornton. they visited Mr. and Mrs Monday 10 A.M Til 2 +
her nephew and niece. Mr. )Elizabeth Smyth. of Virgil Griffis and family also Bradford Square 1It..t .'tJ / 93455I'j
/and Mrs. Benton Futch of Jacksonville spent the of Palatka. : I
Starke visited their mother weekend with her MONDAY: Sloppy Joe on .. ... ,Ii..' I'' ,
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MI'!!. Joyce Futch. of grandparents Col. and Mrs. bun. buttered corn french 'knoW )'aql; '" ; .. or" d ,"
ftlackfthear. Ga. Upon' William Wilson. fries fruit cup milk. -
,
recommendation from her Mr.and Mrs Bill Dobbs and TUESDAY: Baked beans tt.ng g "i
doctor there they brought her Chris, and Mr, and Mrs. Jim with welners cole slaw ''Ullrpt \
to Dr. Calvin Hudson, a Mitchell of Jacksonville .
banana pudding, cornbread
Neurologist, of Jacksonville \were Sunday dinner guests of butter milk.WEDNESDAYS. }. .'r-:;
\who recommended she go into their brother-in-law and Chicken VALUES _
the Hospital ,'tSt.( Vincent's) sister. Pastor and Mrs. Lester casserole tossed salad pine- r-r_' -- ---;.. \
.Jacksonville. She is there in Austin and girls. apple upside down cake = :. '

hear room from 212.and her would friends.be glad to visited Mr. and their Mrs.cousins Robert Mr. and Lee bread milk. butter., peanut cup, KEN TEAL I'Cc.", cJ<; "J. ......... {\S i} !f j

Phil Eunice of Graham Mrs. Van de Wall of Deland. THURSDAY Salisbury \L{ -'
visited his parents.; Mr. and She was giving a luncheon steak with gravy mashed
:Mrs. Harold Eunice on Friday honoring. their cousins.' Mr. potatoes green beans applesauce REVOLUTIONARYDESIGN Jet: a Printing
night.' Their daughter Mrs. and Mrs. Vic Griffin of rolls butter milk.
Ronnie Mosley and daughter Seattle. Washington. FRIDAYVegetable beef There Is .upswing In : rt.o; SCM Used PortableTypewriter ,
of Maxville visited Charles Mattox accom-
Tammy. ; cheese sandwich peach
soup
them on Saturday.Mrs. panied .his father Wiley crisp. milk. the production the benefactor of carpet.and will be Business $1390 .
Barnes tandMm.
Tommy
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the consumer With the advanced
: Jack Williams of
:M.icclenny. attended the technology now Cards !
Per' Thousand
Rrook Beauty Show in NOTICEThe available carpel manufacturers / .
Jacksonville last Sunday. can now offer color $6500
Cecil Hardee visited Mr. ranges. patterns and onlY j

and Saturday Mrs! a rt..rnoonnother Mlle Dobbs on City Of Starke Is Accepting were varieties never, of before carpels possible.that Wedding .

visitor :of the Dobbs' on New dyeing technique Per New
Saturday was their brother, Applications Until March 20, 1978 How for color mixture MIa $1325
file Dn'bh, of Lake Butler. single yarn so that more InvitationsHigh 100
rotor can be woven Into a SCM Office Typewriter
visited Mr and Mrs.Mrs Thelma Hermie Kelly Kelly of For The Following: carpet without the use of

Gainesville; ) and her daughter. several different yarns all '
School- '
dyed In one color This new
haute:Miss Carolvn Ind.. Hinson.on Wednesday. of Terra Experienced Mechanic, Aaf omobile, Pickups process Insures the consumer ; :: $ 00

afternoon.Mrs! Pierce. Crews and Mrs. And Up To 2% Ton Tricks. Hjdnalic SystemsAnd better will carpet have to more choose and GraduationAnnouncements 400 .

Jack Harris made a business Some Diesel Experience Required these from colors and he are will Ideal find for that a R ,
to Lake: Butler on
trip k
At The Garage. Five wide range of decors, so .
afternoon.Deepest Vehicles City
Saturday Maintain City
sympathy of the thai decorating will now be Da y -Week -Month
Pension Plan. simpler task, butihe results
Benefits
community Is extended to, Day Work Week, Fringe will be even more '

Fronie relatives Green and friends Moody of Mrs.who Salary Negotiable Qualified Mechanics Only strikingly bra stiful. ) At A Glance .
Why not see us today.Il'ehave Per 100 $2690 .. ,
Thursday and 0. Drawer
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Saturday. C. Starke, Fla. 32091 Phone 964-5027 for. PriCe' ,
Teal! Til 0BCarpet ,'
:Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Brown 1/2

and sister Cynthia 1rs..Wyolene visited Day their and Merrill Edwards'its. : ..... .r...... I

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I by Janet Carter Carolyn Eaves
February,Brownie Troop
After talk with one of our : 311 spent an exciting day at
PTO found out that :1 ziF Circus World.
we have been given another Arriving at 10:30: a.m.'they
month for our Campbell Soup i enjoyed the one-of-a-kind
label drive. Deadline for the technological: motion picture)
label will come about April 7. revelations of IMAX. Circus
The students have all been 1 _In America" .Is portrayed In
working hard on collecting the realism by the South'i largest
labels. Mrs. Donna Brewer's 'i +' movie screen towering over
kindergarten claw .is still the r t."hV six stories! high. They each
top winner for the week with rode an elephant and feed the
over 100 labels. Miss Deborah animals In the Circus World
Gray' class came in second Menagerie.The .
this week with better than 80. Brownie and their
The winners from each leaden included Mrs. J.C.
class areas, follows: Brian Dukes, Mrs. Jim Younts,
Barton, Karan Elixson Stephanie Dukes, Kimberly
Wesley Thomas Dana Whit- ,. Duke, Donna Younts. Marla
aker. Malina Browning Thomas, Margie lull. Mary
Jamey Carver Andy Lewis. ,. Alice Howie.Amy Tlson Alice
John Crews, Tracie Denton Williams Vicky Goodowns,
Kay Allen Bobble Singleton, Tells Bute. Mary Ann Sutton.
Marla Thomas Angela Ball 4 Jimmy Younts. Mrs. Joan
Richie Whee 31'. Tangula 1. 4 4 J.. Hall Eddie Hall Mrs. Mary
Parks Teresa Futch Caroline : Hutchins: Mrs.Phyllis Trotter
Hamilton Sherrie Mack. 4 and Jesse Trotter.
James Burton Junior Troop 609 Is now
Daniel Knowles. BoydPhillips ?Y 1 K Souper Stars I Front row--Anthony. Brown, Lisa Brown Terry Crawford Sharon Thomas. working on their Personal
Marty Sellers Stacie ; Second row- John Cr_.. Eugene Blye. James Burton Stacey Pugh Marty Sellers, Boyd Health Badge. They bad as
Crawford Pugh_ Lisa Sharon Brown Thomas, Terri phUn,..Third.. row-".Andy Lewis Sherry Mack;Angela Ball.Jamie Carver. their guest February 21.tMayoreommlllioner

and Anthony Brown. Students for the week Stanley Brown Sue Ann Nettles and Karla Kldd.
Mrs. McClelland's and Mrs.
..
Lang's classes have recently fun night for parents and a 4--r e, ax race ae' e.reee.a sBSt6 IF ilk '1
lout two members who moved good way to visit with friends :
to new schools in the county. and win prizes also. I
Best wishes to Raiford Tet- We have Just received a new l' .
store who moved toSouthside shipment of "Road Runner T. I
and Helen McRae.who movedto shirts" so don't forget to get I
Brooker. one now. We also have the glTCe a r"
They are also concluding a adult sizes and sizes for child- '
study of early life and ren not In school. .
dlno a rs. The students have Hello! Welcome once again ,
learned about such things as to our Household Learning 1
fossils trilobites, tyrannosaurus Hint Corner. Here is a helpful .
.
rex and archeopteryxt way to assit your chad'sgrowth
Mrs. McClelland's studentsare at home. (Hint Picture :
Lotto Find several duplicates
continuing to work on
(pairs) of pictures from !
mastering the. multiplication
.
tables up to 10. The 3 "AllStars" magazines. Place one of each ; '
on a large card (5x8)). Place
Daren Chandler
are 9
Ron Willis and Clarissa the duplicate on small cards. I a i n !fir. 1
Hernandez.Our Child matches the pictures
Physical EducationStar and places the smaller card on r
Students this week are: top of the identical picture on I
of the larger card.LUNCH .
Sue Ann Nettles daughter
Mr and Mrs. Edwin Nettles. r I
Sue Ann is in the 3rd grade MENU
and is in Mrs. Crawford' March 13-17 Harold Epps signs a proclamation declaring March 12 thru 18 as Girl,
cldss. Karla Kidd, daughter of MONDAY March 13- I Scout! : Week la Starke.
Mr., and Mrs. Larry Goodall. Hamburger on bun, tomato, The Girl Scouts are celebrating their Mth Birthday Sunday.March 12. ,
Karla is in the 4th grade and lettuce and pickle, french On hand for the signing are back row (I-rh Junior Scout Michelle Klmutls. Cadetle Scout
she Is in Mrs. Patrick's class. fries, yellow cake with chocolate Carmen: Eaves,Senior Scout Patty Mulllns, and neighborhood chairman Mrs. Ed Klmutls.
Stanley Brown son of Mr. and frostingmilk.. Front row (I-r) area Brownie Scout Maria Thomas,and Junior Scout Karen Klmutii.
Mrs.Emanuel Brown.Stanley ttgn.. h .a _
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is in the 5th grade and is In arc '
;illi"ln:;;
and Mrs. Beans cabbageslaw Patricia Dlaz of Gainesville.She .
Mrs. Strong s Leukemia Drive To Be LaunchedThe
Seller's class. peanut butter cup, Jello Souper Stars! Front row- Dana Whltaker. Magna Browning Richie Wheeler. Bobbie Jo is a Nutritionist and really
Parents do not forget our and cookie, biscuit, milk. Singleton. Second row- Caroline Hamilton Wesley Thomas. Daniel KnowlM. Brian Barton helped the scouts with their
Bingo Night March 17, at the WEDNESDAY.: March 15- Teresa Futch, Tangula Parks. Third row- Karan EUxson. Trade Denton Kay Allen, Maria drive being launched by coordinator for the Starke badge, thanks to her for
cafeteria Thin i I. going tn_tu_ n_ Chicken with noodles, peanut Thomas the Northern Florida Chapter area 964-7084, or contributionsmay coming
of the Leukemia Society of be mailed directly to the
cup steamed cabbage, fruit cup, roll milk.candled America, Inc. with a goal of Leukemia Society of America Friday, March 10. will start
yams peaches, cornFRIDAY, March 17- $150,000 to further its programwill Inc., 101 Century 21 Drive No. Girl Scout Week for Bradfordand
I iiui 'WINTER I bread, milk Peanut butter and Jelly sandwich need Bradford County 104. Jacksonville Florida Union County. A Neigh-
THURSDAY. March 16- cheese with macaroni volunteer to help make this 32216. borhood event will be at Girl
Roast beef mashed potatoes, milk. possible said C. Foster Scout Camp Neyati for all
limas ,
___ ;,.% brown araVy.. buttered peas green plums Wright D.V.M., president of Bike Taught scouts from 5 to 7 p.m. Please
Safety
MIII + the Northern Florida Chapter,? see that
of the Leukemia Society. McDonald.Mrs 'all leaders havetheInfitma-)
ILLILLS .
tfli, AND SPILLS | "We will need at least 200 By tion. Some troops will M there
area volunteers to conduct a during the day preparing for
i It's Excitement As Only Stock Car Racing house to house canvas to seek Betty Allen Store the event, we know it will' be
full support for our chapter- Activities Representative for special.
III Buy The Can Bring...TOP DIVERS'AND CARS BATTLE IT sponsored services which are McDonald's is presently
I available to the leukemia showing the film "Bicycles Sunday. March 12, is Girl
OUT EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT AT patients in our community" are Beautiful," hosted and Scout Sunday. Please see your
stated Dr. Wright. "Althoughits narrated by Bill Cosby to local scouts get to the Methodist
COLUMBIA COUNTY SPEEDWAY main program is to find schools. Church, St. Edwards Catholic
/ / answers to this baffling It is estimated that In 1974 Church or the church of her
Over 4,000.00 In Prize Money Is disease of the blood-forming there were 453,000 bicycle choice in uniform: This Is a
Pair organs through research accidents resulting In 1,200 great day to show you believe
Up For Grabs. support the Society also helpsto fatalities in the U.S. The film, in the Girl Scout Promise.
.. meet the needs of those now "Bicycles Are Beautiful," is Also wear your uniform or pin
It's A Thrill A Minute Sport In Two Great suffering from leukemia and an amusing but educationallook as much as possible next weekas
related diseases including at bicycles and bike we celebrate Girl Scout

Racing Divisions:. Gates Open At 4 ::00 Hodgkin's disease and safety.. Week.
multiple myeloma. :- -=>

And Save Time Trials At 6:30: First Race Goes At interested Local residents in helping who with this are It: : < :

One Of South's Best campaign should contact Ms.
1 7:30: At The Racing
I Gladys Powell area A swordfish can iwlm a mile in ten than s minut

Facilities...
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COLUMBIA COUNTY SPEEDWAYHighway by Mary Lee Faulkner and her family of Lake Butler Jeanette Moody of New River.
HEAVY DUTYDRYER x'o. Phone: 406-3761 last week. Mrs. Myrtle Sapp Gary Coazett of Lake Butler
41/441 At 1-75 In'Elllsvllla. Miss Jan Norman is home had her daughter and son-in- and Russell Royal. May God's
: from college to spend the law Mr. and Mrs. Marvin ever watchful source be with
Spring Holidays with her Culver and son, Randy and Debbie and her most loving
it itr mother Mrs. Joyce Norman, his wife ,Susie for Sunday family in the weeks ahead.
and brothers, Joey and dinner and also enjoyed Mrs. Annie Kelly of Starke
T Jimmy. church with her. was visiting her aunt, Mrs.
I $19900AVER Theodore Rosier Is a patientat Bill and Mildred Sapp spent Bessie Sapp Sunday. Also
EffRTIDlEGrolone Union County General Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. visiting Mrs. Sapp were Mary
T Hospital in Lake Butler. We James Croft, their daughterand Gist and Fannie Bruner.
I ,wish him a speedy recovery, son-In-law In Lulu. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs
Mr, and Mrs. Claude We are very happy to have were visiting Mr. A.R. Bruner
'Wallace of Ocala were Sunday Debbie Barnett return home and Theodore Rosier Sundayin
U Fertilizers Are Specially Formulated For I dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Wed. Debbie Is making progress Union General Hospital
& Florida Lawns-They Contain Organics -Cheleuted Mallie Griffis. nicely. Some of ,Mrs.Sheila Henly daughterof
wASNES Other'' Mrs. Ruff in Griffis returned those very ng on Debbie and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Dickens,
Iron-And Vital Elements. Unlike Many ,
home from Baptist Memorial her family were Mrs. Bessie of Raiford underwent surgery
> j Po Brands- Grotone Feeds For Months. Its Clean *_ Hospital last week and .is ,Sapp Airs. Annie Kelly last week at No. Regional
$24900 Easy To Apply. doing very well. Randy and Susie Culver Hospital in Gainesville.Mrs. .
Mr. and Mrs Mallie Griffis Bernice and Marvin Culver Reba Ricks returned
had a birthday supper with Janet Harrison, Julie and home from No. Fla. Regional

No. WNA7000P GROTONEPELLETS I P. Mr. and.Mrs. Ellis Ellington, .Jimmy Cox, Leomona Dukes, Hospital last week.

g4.re ,- Gerald Ciiffls attended a.
r Premium quality Long Lasting meeting of the state's County
Plant Food For All Lawns $595 Commissioners In Fort
Bag Covers 2500 Walton Beach Thursday thru
Sq.FLFor I
liJ J "Saingyoumoney. Saturday.Mrs. .
Albert. Stafford spent
the weekend and attended
Waited
If You Have
Lawns With Weeds L That'sReason church with her son and
._ daughter-in iaw,Mr.and Mrs.
Under GROTONE WEED & FEEl ""w. -
For That Bobby Stafford and family in

""" The CounterDISHWASHER Complete Plant Food Plus An Amazing Weed v. No. 1. why we Jax.Mr.. and Mrs Thomas

I Killer. For St. Augustine-Centipede Zoysla $"Vg e Renfro Hillard and Mr. and
Grass' Covers 2500 Sq.Ft. Bop' g should do,your taxes. Mrs. Steve Hayes of Alachua
all attended a farewell dinner

I SFREABGBOTOHEOMYOURUWM We are income tax specialists. We ask the party given by their mother,
WE'LL DELIVER C Mrs.Doris Tuskey for her son
i Here. It Is right questions:,We dig for every honest de- George Tuskey and family.
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$ 4 Additional duction and credit. We want to leave no stone They are moving to Indian
l irrlll OftM $ (Minimum 2 Bags), : B U Per Bag unturned to make, sure you pay the .smallest' River to resume/ duties with

20900I FOR ONLY legitimate tax. o the Mr.State.and Mrs. Frances

I No. GSC25C Bloodsworth of Lake Butler
I IIll I USE OUR SPREADER FREE.GAIHN H&R BLOCK: were Sunday afternoon guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
(;M THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE! Faulkner,along with his sister
& Staifc.:Fl.*. Keystone tMght. and .husband, Mr and Mrs.

i :,'. Sawyer Slade io.Bv, NURSERY CENTER 11 8 N. W.lnut; In Monitor uIktnge84828S Wesley Mrs. Civil Cecil,. Addison and

>Eft 4732777Op.naew.Adry. children of Gainesville visited

1 i Appliance Center v \CONTROL yS396.fcalIS.StsrK..F., :... S.arday .14. Open MoncMIfrtdly s.tunIIIY.2 12( Theodore their mother.Rosier.and their' who father.Is a

r a ae"Ka co : patient at Union General Hospital
I ,. *iSf Ptione 994-6745.. ,;No Appointment,Necessary In Lake Butler: *

i 1 ; arlu Rev. and Hugh Walters
attended the 88th Birthday

I 3 dinner for Granny: Ward.


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Susan Sapp, Andrew. .,'1l: Knight Repeat Vows Saturday In Northstde Baptist Ceremony


: t Susan Carol Sapp becamethe the bride, served as maid of matching: lace. She carried a> covered with a white ,tablecloth Mr.and M.... Sapp. parents of
',.._ bride of Andrew Charles honor. She was gowned In a nosegay of mums, baby'ibreath .I with greenery around the COUDle.Mn. .
Knight oo Saturday. March 4,, light blue formal with beige and roses, and wore a I the punch bowls, and two lWubetb Cons cut: the
'AI, at 8 p.m. at a wedding cere- yoke. She carried an arm pearl and diamond necklace I flower baskets at each end of cake and Mrs. Lee Anne
mony performed by Rev. bouquet of mums tied with given to her by her father. the table. Dampier kept the bride's
F I Y James Cowart In UM North MM: ribbon. Immediately following the t The punch table was book.Assisting.
} 'side Baptist Church of Starke. The bride, given in ceremony a reception waiheld I arranged In similar manner. la the reception
The bride 1* the daughter marriage by her father, won In the Northside Baptist Enhancing the punch bowls were Kim Norman.Am'!bll-
Mr. and Mrs A.R. Sapp, and a v-neck styled gown. Church reception hall. 'were flowers and greenery. A pen and Karen Reddish, ,"i;
the granddaughter o( Mr*. Enhancing the gown were Decorating the hall were cake was placed in the center Following wedding trip to .
OJU Sapp. The groom Is the three layers of ruffles baskets of flowers and of the table with a blue rose Disney World and
Ion of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. ,trimmed in lace. Her waltz greenery. adorning It. surrounding points of' Interest,
Knight, all of Starke.Highlighting length veil was trimmed In The bride's table wa David Alvarez. Dinky the couple willmetde at 610
t the altar was a Crawford, and Leonard Sapp Lake Street Starke..
qir d 1'01Iof candles with two greeted the guests at the door. The groom la employed with
W +t4' baskets at the sides holding r I The receiving: Une consisted WinD Dixie ia the.Produce
fresh flowers. Of Mr. and Mrs. Knight and Department I
Presenting a 'program of
nuptial music was Mrs. Alta
,Mae Mattox. Capacity Crowd See :Spring Fashion Show i iI;
i ? Mr. Jim Knight attended as I
riTS 4 J best man. Ushers were David The Junior Women' Club' centered with spotted candles ,
I II : I Alvarez, Dinky Crawford, and, held Its annual Spaghetti to look like the spots on Jungle
j Leonard Sapp brother of the Supper and Fashion Show ,to animals. To complete the
bride. the tune of a capacity theme of the evenin
? Miss Jeannie Sapp. sister of audience Thursday, March 2,, "Fashions hi Safari Land!"
'j at the Women's Club In there was even a gorilla i
I ,, ., r Starke. dressed In evening attire 'I
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1 There were approximately ..........
''d ,, If. 40 models modeling
f., approximately 75 items ,of

clothing plus some very ;bJ sMX.ow .
II exquisite Jewelry provided by
Gayle Douglas; I, daughterof William's Jewelry Store of I
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie 1 "'- aMrs. Starke. RM2 and Mrs. Vincent St. ;

Douglas.1 models with::' her .Rebert Paterson, Mrs. James E. Dysl, Terri Dyal.Terri Clothing stores participating John have returned to London,
friend the Easter Bunny. Aljeu. m the fashion show England for a year's duty In
Mr. and Mrs. Andnew Knight were: Sears T.G.AY'I the Navy after vlsting Mr. and
Lila'., Stumps and Bret and Mrs. Richard St. John,

McDonald's Fashion Show Plays To Full House Miss Terri Honored Jerry's Athletic House. William and Joy of Starke. ,
Dyal
.. The stage was set up to look Mrs. Ellen Mason and
like a Jungle with loads of daughter Lori spent the week :
There was standing room' was narrator. Mr. Joey Green modeled Boy's Spring. At Bridal Shower stuffed animals throughout. end with Mr. and Mrs. '
only for the Spring Fashion Herres provided backgroundmusic Fashions. '" The lovely macrame pieces Richard: John and family of .
Show, at McDonald's last on the electric piano. Ladies modeling Spring 6 Miss Terri Dyal. April 29, the! bride; Mrs. Robert used in the decorations were Starke. They attended the '
Sunday. The young models wearing Fashions were: Ms. Nora kide-elect of Larry Paterson," Paterson, mother of the donated by "Things by gospel sing at Grace Baptist
TIle Bradford High School chlldren's fashions proved to Gassett, Mrs. Donna Gruen, was honored with a miscellaneous groom; and Mrs. Linda King, Hand." The tables were i Church Saturday
Ensemble under the direction be a highlight of the afternoonas Faye Moulinex, Mrs Ronnie Tells Creed and'' shower on Monday, Feb. sister of the groom.Brvnda .
of Billy McRae provided the Easter Bunny accom- Murray Lynn Moxley. Donald Moiley 27 at the home of Miss Terri McDonald's Sets Easter Egg Hunt .1
entertainment with Kevin panied each child while Christy Redding, Mrs. Ann Aljets. I
Neel solo. modeling.The Rhoden Brenda Roberts '
rendering a unique
-Mosley" '
Green The bride theme
Miss Cindy Canova was the ladies modeling spring Martha Smith and, Mrs. spring was McDonald's will sponsor graders and the other for
accompanist for the enemble. fashions and expensive Norma Jean Tetstone. carried out throughout the two Easter Egg Hunts on second ... thru 5th
I Special guests of the after jewelry were very Impressiveto Spring Fashions were EngagementTold' "shower. The a guests enjoyed ''Saturday, March 29. graders. Mmes and the place 'I
several bridal
noon was the Easter Bunny the audience. modeled for: Leila's Dress < I' ( ', playing lames One hunt will be held forpreehoolers the egg hunts! will be held will s.be
and refreshments. The
giving away McDonaldland Children modeling children's Shop, Montgomery Ward, Mr. and Mrs.l, Floyd Gnann v refreshment table carried out .i. .thru., first. announced at a later date.
cookies to all the children. spring fashions were: Sears Roebuck and of Middleburg wish to an- !
the blue and white wedding
Terry>Walters photographerfrom Rena Akers, Kay Allen, Lori Stan's Bootery, TG&Y, endJewelry ,nounce the engagement and bowl
Gainesville, was there to Allen, Shi Lynn Chaff, Allison was provided by approaching triage of Hair color and shower scheme.cake The were punch flanked ; I Creamer-Llvlngsfon To Wed JI jl
make with the Easter Denmark, Gayle William's Jewelry. Hair style ,
pictures Douglas, daughter, -Telia Green, to of \
Bunny.. Atisha Gruen. Erika Gruen, fashions were! modeled for Donald Mosley.son or Mr. and by two bouquets- spring Mr. and Mrs. James E.' Mr. Livingston Is a 1977graduate
'. "Mr, Jim Mullins, managerof Holly Hatcher Amy Horen, Jim's Styling Center.A Mrs. Donnfe Mosley of fJJDwen. Creamer of Lawtey are proudto of Bradford High
McDonald's, was master of Robbie Lewis, Selena special thanks to Maxville. announce the engagementand School .and la now Electrician's
.. 'ceremonies and Mrs..Sandra Norman, Marla Reddish and Denmark Furniture and The wedding will take place .The hostess Miss Terri, approaching marriage of Mate Third Class in
Reddish of Leila's Dress Shop DeAnna Waters. Master Stacy Nancy's Flowers for their help at the home of the bride's Aljets, presented the bride their daughter Brenda Gay the United States Navy.
with the Fashion Show grandmother In Middleburg with the salt and pepper to James Lee Livingston, son The wedding will be an
The Fashion Show was coordinated March 18 at '4 AU shakers of her chosen china as of Mr. and Mrs. William Q. event of March IS at the

;, ,I. Mrs. Earl Searing Addresses by Mrs. Betty Allen., on friends and relatives p.m. are a memento of the occasion. : Cruce of Starke. Church a reception.God following in Lawt.ey at,'with the
store activities i
representatives Honored
guests attending
'invited to attend.
,r: Local UDC Chapter for McDonald's.Robert were Mrs. James E. Dyal, -- 11 Miss Creamer Is a 1978 midterm Garden Restaurant
All friends and relatives
of Bradford are
mother of the bride: Mrs. graduate
I Creamer' ", .
tnvUd
to attendfej
r !! ; .R.Qb r'.M9PI ttgj"f ,Noto"2nd V ,"rM'" ..-.lA) Y."i?In1ev1lrandmulhee? of",.raw.:. r 1. ", .S-M.... 0(, ...C 1tl! .cordially ... i
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'<0" -"," 'JWet i/DOvnrtetfifWednesday/ Magazine for: One Bradford f h rf v H j F "
March 1, at the home of Mrs. County Library. This chapterIs Moot-head! cele- Robert's parents Mr.and Mrs,i k'v f fi.
Lester Crews with Mrs. Walla named after Mrs. Wilson's brated his seventh birthday Billy Martin of Starke. NOTICE, OF ZONING
Lipsay, Mrs. Bertha Pierce father. with his sister Karen Martin Among some of the guolawere
and Mrs. Gladys Weldon co- An Interesting program was on her 22nd birthday. their cousins Tonya
hostesses.Mrs. given by visitor Mrs. Earl Martin, Richie and Terre : CHANGE
Herb Thomas, vice- Searing entitled "Franklin: Fender, grandparents Mr.
president, opened the meeting Where Six Generals Died." family and friends were and Mrs. Carl Thomas and .
with the Lords Prayer. entertained and served ice brothers John Evans and \
Sixteen members were cream and cake at the home ofCecelia Randy Martin, all of Starke. 1f \''rJ<< '. +

present. Lff :JBNa ; ,
Mrs. Dea Wilson r/.w.A..I,1{ ..-c---r: f \ lf l-
contributed a cabinet to put / I
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the Real Daughters picturesIn 2)/1/oJ; for the UDC Headquarters. 1 r
Eugene and Delores Mengof .J
Hampton Lake announcethe at- parents, Mr. and Mrg. G.A. i
birth of their daughter tended the 60th weeding anniversary Gay. '.\. ,,". 1 j '1', "
24L&! & ,r.. Angela Renie. born Feb. 28 at of her parents Mr. ....... h I ,".., .
General .Ho ,
Alachua pltal "
and Mrs..James Hugh Truluck .
Terry and Jimmy Yawn f
14 Mi }
weighing 7 pounds ;
In Sanford last weekend. Her .i. ", ;
were hosts to their mother,, I''
and measuring 20 ..
Local admittances to Brad- ounces, sister Madalyn Scott of Mrs. Lila M. Yawn Mrs. J.G. ,
ford County Hospital this inches. Coronado, Calif. and her Caldwell, grandmother, and ct .
week Include: from Starke; brother and sister in law Mr.
Maternal grandparents are two sisters, Betsey and Diane t :
Mrs. Mary White, Raiford Gerald and Miriam Brown of and Mrs. J. McKay Truluck Sunday evening March 5.at ; ; ; I'I'f '
Alvarez, Oliver Lynn, Hampton. Paternal grand- hosted a seated dinner for 32 the Brown Derby Restaurantin I M j"i._ IIi .
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Francis Crawford, Mrs. Lite parents are Francis and in honor of the occasion. Gainesville.\ The occasionwas .tp;t'n ?
Cook, Freeman Rhoden, Mrs. Dolores Meng of Hampton to celebrate family birthdays ,
Lillle Brld es. Mrs. Edwina Lake. Cecelia Terwlllegar attended for the month of March. ,
Falco, William Dowling, John the Longwell-Mebane .. ';
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Harris, and Lonnle Redding. Maternal great grand wedding In Sanford recently. I... +
., Jr.; Earl' Jones from mother Is Martha Brown of Frank Mebane lIlts the son of County commissioner Hazel .' i n
.' Hampton; Robert Hook from Starke. Paternal great grandmother her cousins, Mr. and Mrs Paulk: returned from a<,
Lake Geneva; and Mrs. Annie la Freda Meng of Frank Meband, Jr. of Sanford. meeting{ the State County l r AG' AY1
Starling! from Lawtey. Toledo, Ohio. and Orlando. Commissioners Associationheld :

.......... In Ft. Walton Beach. .-
t Mrs. Pau3c: a member of

y Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gay the agriculture committee, ; I 4 rtr ra
1c said a workshop was held on ;2
and son David of Hollywood
spent the weekend with hi* migrant worker ,housing. / :; L.n .

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and Lake Butler.Mr.:Celmons Is a .
n The engagement of BradfordfUp o4O. NOW '25"COMPLETE'
1972 grad
of Miss
at marriage itnd
approaching

2! Janet daughter Carol of Mrs. TBrannen Angeline, employed by the is Container presently The City of Starke proposes,to rezone the land ,
America in Starke.
of Lake Butler and Corp. of MONDAY Thru SATURDAY VV 6ft
'J Brannen will be held V ( f #

h 1" Allen the late Dale Maurice demons Brannen son of I to Sunday Zion The(Swift wedding March Creek M, at Primitive the Mt. THURSDAY EVENINGS BY, fcwithinthe area'showpjn the map,In this advertise sat. ,

,Mr. and Mrs. Walton C APPOINTMENT,
'If Church in Lake Butler *

demons of by Starke the bride'is announced Baptist held It 7 p.m.Immediately A reception following will be Aerou 084-8384 Frot'II Hwy Patrot: *C ,r A public hearing the rezoning| will be;held'on, ,


l mother.Miss Brannen Is,. a County 1GT1', the Lake dubhouse.Butler Housing Project 9646394 301 North n March 21 X78,7:00: p.rri. at the City Haft 1 Starke. FlerKda

,. graduate of Union No Invitations are being to ,j .?.. ,.. ? uui ., i Ifu i
c High School and la presently.emoloyed sent, all friends and relativesare I
t by the Automotive cordially Invited to attend.
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Raiford ..............:.:.:.. (jfv f] fBUUVB W ....................... NOTICE OF '- tJ" i.

Postpones Filling PUBLIC SALE NOTICEew INTENTION

I Pursuant to Chapter 274 TO REGISTER,
Federally funded pensions then the Mine sale please call Sunshlna Florida Statutes, the District : FICTITIOUS NAME -

Town Council which deliver Hot meat. W amount of Increase Is chopped Acres, wu-5758 or 964-1IW7. School Board of Bradford: Pursuant to Suction 866.09,
Vacancy on off their veterans pensions. who will pick It
low-Income elderly,. handicapped gladly up. County Florida wiN have a public HorMa IS
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permanent or.. part- Veterans widows are also "It's better" to give than to sale. on Saturday, Marr4l: 11, :hereby .ojCA-fhaf'SS:; ;StbWIgnod -

Final decision on the the vacancy left by the Commission' for the Raiford lally disabled pen lMrve. deducted. We feel that this Is receive. 1978.from 9 am.., until 12 noon. u Kenneth and Barbara ,

method ol filling a vacancy on February resignation of Syd Community Center where a 5.000 citizens each: day. an unfair imposition. We Our next meeting will AH property may be Inspectedat Cane P.O. BOrf (8, (Hampton:
However, according to data await replies from our elected feature a pro-Easter potluck* 519 business under the
the Haitord City Council was Taylor rather than by $2,219 Improvement programIs the Operations Center. Fla. doing
postponed Tuesday night until appointment, since the elec. nearing completion. furnished by the Division of officials In Washington D.C. lunch celebration at 11:30: North Orange Street West, firm name. d. "OLD'.OAK

a special meeting to be held at tion process would give any. "We will have a beautiful Aging Florida there are Joe Kerrigan .was elected a.m., on March 14 at the Rec Starke, Between the hours of 9am. NURSERY," Corner' 18&100 E,

6 p.m. Tuesday. March 13, In one interested a chance at the center when It Is completed" 150,000 elderly In the state who delegate to attend a two-day Center on Pratt, Street, and 3 p.m., excepting Tharssaa, Bradford County.
conference to be
the community center. seat which has about 18 Mayor Grlffis slad. completely.or temporarily business ) Stark Saturdays and Sundays& prior to Florida Intends to register said
Newly appointed city months left to run. One bid on new playground disabled who could benefit conducted at the Marriott Inn A good number of our the date of the sale.A fictitious name under the provisions

attorney Wayne Carroll advised Varnes also spoke In favorof equipment was opened, but from these home-delivered. Orlando under the auspices of members expressed the wish I listing of aH surplus property of aforesaid statute.

Council that the city speeding up plans for council decided to postpone meals. the Florida Council on Aging to participate in a covered will be given to each prospective Kenneth and Barbara Cane
1314. Mr. Paul dinner with sister
Senator dish
for Kalford'a recreation 'until to Stoneapoke April Central our buyer request
charier provides appointment program action Monday night upon Joint owners.
by the remaining since the summer season Is see if more bids are receivedthis favorable for Senate Elf $19 representing North club In Hampton. This supper Sealed bide will be acceptedon Dated this 23rd day of
would Increase Fla. Coalition of Senior of
be In honor the Patron
which will
councilman to fill a vacancy, not far off and Mayor J.D. week. Carroll cautionedthat funding surplus property 1 Items February. A.O. 1078 at Storks
but there lit no mention In the Grlffis urged the recreation the city should get for meals-on-wheels nation Citizens will accompany: Joe. Saint of Ireland and will be Numbers 38.39. and 45 61 florida

charter of holding a special committee to submit plans for squared away on liability insurance ally. This program could cut Senior Citizens and other held at 5 p.m. at the HamptonCity (vehicles and stoves), and these 2/23 4 tpd. 39NOTICE
federal organizations In Bradford St Patrick'sDay
election for this purpose. He the proposed refreshmentstand before the playground down In spending! Hall on bids will be opened at the next .
I will research state statutes and bath facilities for' is put to use, and City because it costs$20 per day to County should wholeheartedly March 17. Wee a four regular School Board meeting "
softball field keep a person In nursing support the fund raising leaf clover or a bit of green. 20 1978. INTENTION
the at March
before the special meeting nextTuesday's Clerk. Kathryn Alvarez was OF
auction sale of the Bradford-
home but only $3 a day to Other people Interested are
next week to If a special meeting. write six Insurance
see instructed to Union Thomas L. Casey.Superintendent TO REGISTER
AsBolcation of
Retarded also Invited to along!
meal to home come
deliver a or an
election in possible If the Carroll who replaces companies asking FICTITIOUS NAME
Citizens on Saturday. March Erin Go Braght! We'll sing of Schools
council wishes to hold one. Richard Welty (resigned) as that they have representatives apartment. wt. Pursuant to Section 866.09,
These meals-on-wheels. In 18 at 10 a.m., at the Farmers some good old Irish songs} 322tcho.39IN ...
Councilman Calvin Varnes Kalford attorney. was at Monday's meeting to Florida Statutes notice Is
hud suggested l that It might be Instructed to obtain a deed discuss a general liability conjunction' with congregate Market on US 301. If :you can hereby given that the"undersigned
Uiircr to hold an election to fill from the Union County policy providing $50,000 individual l meals,served at a communityor donate something for this Joe KerriganLEGAL THE CIRCUIT COURT Bernard J. .DaGeorge

liability, and $100,000 multipurpose senior EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Jr., 1909 Wells Road Orange
per occurrence. citizens centers, would do Sing-Feat SaturdayThe FLORIDA IN AND FOR Park Fla. 32073 and Cart M.

Playground equipment much to keep families BRADFORD COUNTY. Smith, 2699! Foxwood Rd.,

PUBLIC NOTICE' PUBLIC NOTICEThe under consideration includes together In their own homes. CIVIL ACTION Orange Park Fla. 32073 doing
a six-swing set steel seesaw Write Senators Chiles' and Crosby Family will be CASE No. 7879In 'business under the firm name of
slide climbing tower amtSenior Stone in support of this and singing this Saturday at 1:30: re: The matter of the adopt- ..SmIth' Er Da-George Inc."

Mayor and Commission of the City' of Storks, Florida Health Ladder other similar bills today. pm. at the Assembly of God tion of ANTHONY GERALD Blending Blvd. Mddteburg. day

propose to file an application ta the U.S. Department of Housing Carroll advised the councilit Church located at the corner IN THE CIRCUIT COURT PARKER a/k/a Anthony Gerald County. ,Florida Intends to

and Urban Development for a Community Development Block was within Its rights In Letters were sent to of SR 11 and SR 229. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Brown.NOTICE register said fictitious 'name

Grant for FY If71. recently raising the salary of Senators Chiles. Stone and FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD OF SUIT under the provisions of aforesaid.
councilmen from $23 monthlyto Representative Fuqua by the MOBILE HOME FORD COUNTY. NO PROPERTY statute

Community Development Block Grant funds are intended to (SO, since the voters had Bradford Senior Citizens Club CIVIL ACTION To: Whom it may concern. Bernard J. DeGoorgo Jr.,

cither benefit low and moderate Income persons or serve to approved payment of salaries Inc.. protesting the practice of SERVICE POtES CASE NO. 7881In YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Carl M. Smith, owners. .. ,

irevent or tllmlnatt slums and blight. In a referendum without veteran retirees getting an an action for Adoption has Dated this 16th day of
specifying any set amount. increase In social security Re: The It/ferriage/ of Gertie E. 'been flied against you and you February A.D.1978 at Starke

Pursuant to the regulations of/ HUD public hearings will be held Murphy wife are required to serve a copy of Florida.

n the Commission Chambers at City Hall at 7:00 p.m., on MarchS. vs your written defenses, if any to 2/164tpd 3/9

178, and March 2*. It71, to receive public comment and St. Edwards Church Halt ? J.R. Murphy 'husband. it, on the plaintiff's attorney
citiien participation In the development of the application for whose name and address i.
ederal astittance. NOTICE OF SUIT James R. Flynn, Pierce and
BINGOEvery NO PROPERTYTO Hardy P.A., P.O. Drawer 1030) NOTICE OF
Merrill Edwards : J.R. MURPHY Whereabouts Starke FL 32091 and file the 'SHERIFFS SALE

?/,, 1,; CITY CLERK Saturday 8:00: P.M. .:f ho ''W.1,1* H unknown. original with the clerk of the

411 N. Temple Ave Starke, Fla. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED above styled court on or before Notice Is hereby given that I I.
that an action for Dissolution of March 30 1978; otherwise a Ddpri E. Reddish, as sheriff of

l t a far,. /Msrriage has been filed against judgement may be entered Bradford County Florida, under
.owo5epsnn" m *3BIG I BAYS you J. R. Murphy and you are against you for the relief demanded end by virtue of' Writ of
AN race t ua1l required to serve a copy of your in the ,complaint or
Execution to -wit:
N uw.nomuua EAGLE i Thursday, FHday written defenses if any to it, oil' petition.WITNESS. Execution Issued out of Circuit

I""" dyf ..... //LS// and Saturday the plaintiff's attorney, whose my hand and theseal Court of Duval County Florida

; name and address .Is J.J. I of said Court on February pursuant to a Final Judgementfor

Wdbert, Jr.. P.O. Box 10811, 27, 1978.
Credit. Inc. America, and
Starke Florida 32091< and file Gilbert S. Brown. As Clerk of
against Roger D. Green and
the original with the clerk of the said Court.
M. Green, defendants in
above styled court or before Marion McRae As Deputy Betty
on By:: '
National the amount of$2,69413 together
Brand Sale! March 30th 1978; otherwise a Clerk. with Costs of collection.
Judgement may be entered 3/2 4tchg 3/23

against you for the relief --........."... ........."........"
demanded In the complaint or Have seized and have \In mypossession
LEGAL NOTICEThe
petition. the following de.

The names you know and trust at savings of up to 45"I said WITNESS Court on my Feb.hand 27 the, 1978.seal of County School Starke Board Florida of Bradford will hold wit scribed. personal property to -

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Gilbert S. Brown a Public Hearing on consideration '
I 4 small tables;' 1 lamp-( 3 hairdryers
As Clerk of said Court of proposed School Board .
c:>> 8AYI! 1.00 1 complete shampoo
o: u8TOPMAKEII
I By: Marion McRae, As Deputy Rule No. 5400 in regard to
APOLYICOTTON station, small desk 1 coca cola
School Volunteers, March 20
fMpYL Clerk Air
machine, 1 Hotpoint
3/2 4tchg 3/23 1978 at 6:30 p.m., in the School
Conditioner 2 Glass Snack
.M Board Room of the County Administrative .
5 k$ WHITE JEANS, \ IN THE CIRCUIT. COURTOF Offices), 582 North (Cookie) Jars..

SHAPE/SET MEN'g a-42 THE Temple Avenue Starke Florida.
the of the above
p As property
.' EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT of this Proposed Rule
WORK PANTS Copies '
slut .7 named defendant and that on
iO.O0 BY DICKIESI! IN AND FOR No. 5400 on School Volunteers Monday the 27th day of March,
BRADFORD COUNTY be obtained from the '
may
g WCMETM.AV 1978 at Nnon br
twelve ),
,
esMR. FLORIDA .u Superintendent's I! ,offlcaf'Ior1h1 or> ,. It oCthaJ
8.83 14% ,.... :Ju.. :.., ..I.." ......,., 'Temple.kvvnugl.1Serkg.! .. ,..I.Mid Bradford daV'on! County tfW'tiernjse' .afrVKn! wT 1
SO 'IN RE: The 'Marriage of Florida. .
r'1 TOO MAKER i offer for, sale and, saN to> thai
'sic', WA.Jr This Is In compliance with
.CE FFEE II. JEANS highest bidder for cash in hand,.
__nlond ...,... SARAH ELIZABETH RYAN Florida Statutes Chapter 73.310 the above described of
property
... b trerwith, .011.. AET.ITTlE9, Wife/ Petitioner, as enacted by the 1974 Florida
SAVE 5,05MR EAY! 11% SAVE tooqM ......" ... 4 d MEN'S It-31. and Legislature. said defendant to satisfy the
_.. tsar
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COFFEE H 4 pK.LAUREL TISSUE LI$.DRY CHLORINE JOHN CANNON RYAN. Thomas L, Casey Jr aforesaid Execution.
-a hard w ard Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff
a',0//= : .=sv HusbandRaspondent.CASE Superintendent of Schools. Bradford County Florida
I WAI19 83 77c 29.88 3/2/ 2tchg 3/9
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liowa dallolouo aorta* fail, 4 roll foolol query bathMX ramMor formula koopc NO.: 77524NOTICE M"__........".. ..
armor plala koapo N hall roan tl.n M 0501, Pn10' pool Mlor eloon.,aonllonrl / j OF SUIT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT

EIGHTH JUDICIAL
SAVE it% CIRCUIT FLORIDAIN
FOR DISSOLUTION OF BeforeYou
0-OAY AND FOR
MARRIAGE LUMP
c+"'Ar DRAT BUROE8SrLASHUGHl cwII' BRADFORD COUNTY
RENO SUM ALIMONYBY A
CIVIL ACTION Buy
AWARDOF
V08 or COLLAR BAriEH,1.,
REAL PROPERTY
66oY11 IIiIS rneU.al .+ WITH INTEREST MARVIN R. McKINNEY Mobile
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Plaintiffvs
4.orvso Husband -
weer y AND OTHER RELIEF
// DEBORAH ANN McKINNEY,

A 7 SAVE 100 4'jM V. 's 1'' TO: JOHN CANNON RYAN wife defendant. Home

aCIIIPTOI "DUNLOP"SNEAKERS oQO V P Whose Last Known Address CASE No. 78.64NOTICE
A 4
Dlspesasu F SAY UP TO 23% 1 Is: c/o Wayne Frier Trailer Park
I 0-CELL SATTERIE$ WERI OF SUIT
OAF COLOR FILM mow..aes
SOTANE FMlft oF TNE100M Box 1132 Live Oak, Florida.
WAS LIGHTER I FOR MEN AIID EOYEI NO PROPERTY
37 Camaa upon*.rubb..W.. TO: DEBORAH ANN
F Ural quolllyl Mon.olio 7-ia. I Ir a 9F YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a 909 South Clubhouse
'Inatant .loading' .....Id.. lor 1"1wA12 2 f: po5.nd.one .Sue eorbon HIM bole 10aM' Petition for Dissolution of McKINNEY -
.. Rd. Va
or 110 .m..12. torioolnoaa 3-poak. Marriage and Lump Sum Alimony Virginia Beach
TOP MAKER /LAZlRS
MIN'.IRIEFNT IIaRTIaro 23462. .
kraut over
by Award of Real Property
truert YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
LP J11ft1'r' + 0 88 P'7Fvay Interest and other relief has been
action for Dissolution of
o1a. an REGISTERLP
.
: a > flied against you and you are required
/ Marriage has been filed, against
a..e ashl..llol war. SOTS'aVUEFSTSHNtTSMre.
to serve a copy of your
.. k, mn'..10..tneM brag.. of 1 T-oMrto or HMO written defenses if any to the you Deborah Ann McKinney GAS
: ,. MaScbkpn04 4.M oyo' S-S, moaj'a S.MXXL Petitioner or the Petitioner's attorney and you are required to serve a

WAYNE M. CARROLL copy of your written defenses, if 308 S. Thompson St. .

.. .. 40 East Main Street Lake any to it, on the plaintiff's 064-5838,

I EAy! 1.00 Butler Florida 32064 on or address attorney is whose George name H. Pierce and Cash & Carry
WISTfMM before March 23, 1978. and file
'\; MEN'S WORK SHOES .r. seats row the original with the Clerk ot this P.O. Drawer 1030. Starke DockNome ,
'male
VALUE PLUSIST. EAYl Z00 SAY!25% w 94 y MIN ASST. I + Court either before service on Florida 32091. and file the
TOWELS BEDSPREAD! COLONRNE f original wih the clerk of the Delivery Qf
MARY'S MIMCORD' e-QAL.GARBAGE CAN \ SJM.LJCL. Petitioner's attorney or immediately '
., above styled court on or before
Oonutno) ooGoody. wart, Stooihor thereafter otherwise
i. 2a66 sue i 7.88 wAS 1 45 uppora. suoo r-ta.1es default will be entered; againstyou a March 20, 1978, otherwise a .Cylinder:....,...

oIlvfilse for relief demanded in the judgement may be entered .?. Bulk Gas' .
TMck, luiurtoua aollon tarry Calarlaal .poto/oono in aool. Soomloao, hoary duty plaalla aa1e1 against you for the relief
In stunning' bathroom. color.. ........._ v/look-on M to.r.50n1.WIN. \ a"YE''oo f 1 .Petition.DATED this 21st day of demanded in the complaint or .C '. .' ..-.. ;'

1978. petition.
CONVERSE SNEAKERS February. WITNESS my hand and the
Well
!t Drilling! !
i -1 fIIII .c GILBERT. BROWN seal of said Court on February M ;t
2.88 .
S w3. o ,
vw \ EjS Clerk of Circuit Court 10 1978 2" thru 6" i
5ove'IYOUTNs' Gilbert S. Brown As Clerk of

w ;.... ) SAYE/9l wss! = NYLON KMTPOLOS IN By: Marian McRae said Court .'Fast Rotary :
\ 8 By: Marian McRae As Deputy
r DEPUTY CLERK
ev e- S.MJUIL.TOPCOLOMSI ,1
WOMlN'StYED01ES
v SLID! nULIIV .- ; WOMflTSWimi.it Clerk Drilling, EquipmentSTATE .

NATIOIULSfKICOKOUCTOH r# warms 1 9 8 aba*S-W, kayoataoo 2.96 2/23 4tchg 3/16 '2/16 4tchg 3/9 LICENSE

M.or .
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r ream cu.k/.5d/ vinyl rapo HOONTO,BHgM BTrooo.wodgo A DISC. MKI --------------- 0. .......,0.. !

VALUE PLtJ5t SAYL 100 SAVE I5% .In 0054..Ia.,S-10X 1 Pump .'
"I NEVER REALIZED HOWMUCNTIIEYDO"
UNDER-CABINETLIGHT POCKET CALCULATOR ORTHO/EVINDUST .1 V.M.*.f'f.''"o{_ .

"rasa"''CI /59.88 12.88 .1a57 BEN'COTTON 100 WORK% 1:! I :: .New; it&i; t1Sed: '" .1

SOCKS,mUZMW1J.3PK /1' I a SalesPartsServiceE'Z- #
1a-. complota. Kith IS volt. Fe.no.0 .rsy a.Mb a,04lo0 For tool. oBocll otaael .en- !tpeatnn.il
Itooraaearit t......4V N cam.. #5.011.51 MISS 0.505 b0Wy. red Waldo and oull 4 IP.too. Terms"jPlum'bin'tj"
/ O. Few people do realize how many unseen details : .1

ROYAL CHIN A IAft 11% ; are necessary for even the simplest

-PC.8ET IYLVANIA JSTI! I funeral service. At our firm capable hands I J

DMMIIWMSttoono .d,! YAOkIIYl/kill DOT ANTISEPTIC! trained in a long tradition of personal service _., I

Z: 1-PACK f 20 OZ. .O handle these scores: of details with quiet New Installation s=
ramps. vS .
Ii 1.09' thoughtfulness. No service is tOOl simple to : I. i.

9.881.47 WAn. command all their attentive and understanding .:;. \ ,"'Ioj.:Rem'e1ing. ( ;r ==

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TABLETStors .
I YALutlPlUI'I"1 FAMOUS MAKER BRA MISSIS. SN011 T5FTOPS PULL-ON KNIT SLACKS .\.I..,.,...I ..T. .

CAfmIIOQU.1.49 su1!I.!rAlI ':-a2i3 1. DISC..3.96 Harold Johnson PJJMP J t,$WrJAY',


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[- FOR RENT [ HELP WANTED J'' II'" OMOBllES! ""'IIIIh. (ThRSALE J j jNORTH ,... ("' ""IPERSOHALSr. t: -PERSONALS :1: 0..1.CLASSIFIED. for InaertionTuesday AD Q1f.rWill.9"R<


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... USED .A .... ..... anna bofero) .recedingThuraday public f. '.

FOR RENT: : I BR I |/t CETA: CLERK TAX HEIP : 54.5-7776 ;
Typist II. CAROLINA: INCOME TM.K VISION REPAIR AT Iran .
bath brick. borne .I..&.... I.I. I.lake I. Pay S.,18.11I*i) FdMnmn 1975 Jeep CJ.S. tour wbeel .. EXPERIENCED. R.* .. IHStOUNT *'
grade drive. rel bar. AM.FM LAND Mr.* ... .* klair HKICFS AT Minimum charl.U.... l. 2IS N. TEMPL. ,
Butler.Ealate Cal M..mR..I Ol ... Stark Mast radio. CII whip ..t.. lewmUeag beautiful meeiaUlnv and. able. rate.. Vado Prultl.Lak JIM'S KIRMTIRF.! 4&S (Covera IS Words>)> asR m STARKE FLORIDA"Hampton.

REALTOR b* gradual. tram atandardklgh .. ck ... Rest alter. valley, .real nice tree ... City.: Cal 752-4541.! Main 1M lake Butler. 4t 98. E.cllwonlawet'IS C.cnlla T rwihlIlar
49 497 31* .
tfa/chi .*..... and *a* year .. Call 473-3021. Itch 3/9 plenty *l m.at.ln laureL tn Itp" 3" 2HH5 all tl/ehg ,

; ehtrlcal. *. lyplag *...... This tract.ha.lair ....*. .... -tRt7 IlltceaU .
kEYSTONEs Commercial ...... Ability t* IT*>. at Ik. -q I* ..... t* Murphy, N.C, HANOLKSSONSi. AND SEWING Not rotpomitblo for error ,
MACHINES t'
iM4 ... 1409 a.. ft.dwUlug. rat. .1 35 ...... : IndlvUnaltaednew .'
.t when tHe
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.811G/ has real gad gIves ever phoni
1oGI 5 .* ]H.,. leaching. malbod REPAIRED AU ...... Lake. Are you the "discriminating"perMMi ,. S
N.. U lUertb.. CmptlUv aamlnatlon I term MOUNTAIN CABIN ....11.. A II'. tlm .1 rI...... .1..... and adju.ted. or when copy Is not typed. "'
1275 .. ..
per .. FU.Nlat. get with money hack. up YOIIr J fast. for
rwulrd. Apply : .. ....
located J." good offIce
LEJ $ nil t the
( ..,......t. Bglnnlni.Intermediate 7. W..)|..,....... Jam*. brought ,
KEYSTONE: MALTY Emp4ymt: 8rvlca ....... lend la an weeded, sad ... ....41. HtrkklawT.caraerel. luxury vet Informality? (I) Unpretentious, yet' .
473.: MU UIehgKIYSTONEi fila.... Itcka' ; 8lMOTOR I .... are*). Tk* cabin I* nt'cmpktlr .In" lit R Morgan elegant. brick & redwood. .....1....... ((2))> Brick 1

aiiTR. .finished bet It; lacmpkilly Free evaluali 377-7(105( l..!!!...!!!. L home., with extra .... Melt ..........*. Custom

tTE--- ESTATE SALE. ClwutiMarbl dried .. and. I* (la****, | I MISCELLANEOUSEXSKRVICEMCNI built.& 'Intorlort by Maxwell of Jan.Klnflaley .
fully *.ulpped .......... CARRIERi: Lak Butlr .t..... table*. plan. Kvaabki wkH. ,. blab. Itup. Vlllal llckg 3/9, I II >

CH/A. WID.....p.. Carperl a.... Mast b. .......). and. wardreke. ..........*. ..., 2 BR ..,.. deck ....- .iir- 8T 16.1..1 i rS FOR'SAlE1]I tako.
a* .. let IZM .., ka*. ..... Iranipmrtatua.l.eav .tbr I...... Sunday March looking. ......1... Ownerneed -70'onerytlalclear. water. Spring 'I'
i KEYSTONE REALTYi ......* ait ......170. 12. pn 10 .... Ill. W. M Mil '1 7,500. ...500 TIOINi E.p.'..*.... I I : : : W. running north ol ,,.,.rt,. 3 Bet with largo dock
3/9 ......, desks ..... Um**>* .WJ Ba.wjma..4. .. ..11". tar boatheute. dretclng, room 'Ideal for entertaining. ,
hIehg h.
military
41$ MU "/''. Madison St.. Slarke. llchg; ..*... payment ...... kmn.Oa a ,
----j-L."_" ATTENTIONi' Coavealenretr Acre. about. 3 mile tram aad. weekend. work. Call BRICK HOME, 4'j-;..'.i ld';:3 you in the. Army Natlanalboard. i
RaI..... 431-1522 after 1
: NICtLY WVJNIRHKD :' SEVERAL 'i' M"Ii.a;;*rd N.C Nk broIl far. Yen ab-dy bav. S
Iraki** I.. .. .... Murphy BR I ka, well.
....,_. ...1... UtuItU part Urn kelp ....... W* e....... with ..*....., tape building .,. yen) can park a ,... CH/A. sew carpets carafe, ....... training, .*porioac." rank. Never before sn.Ih. market. a |owol 1 of a smell ;

.lIIr.......... Nice private" yard will ..*"Id. lull t..I.. .. recorder' etere radl*. 42" camper *r trailer. 11.1100. -'"Scpalr 1/2 air. all 301. S29.9OO. and time I."....... V.. It far farm -ono ownor Immaculato.. aero with 70
sad. .'h..I. .|.. 'box .. and hair ...,. T.... PIANO TUNING: extra .reek ether kenelK
003 E. \...... |.calk na and aklltaavailable. Ian far .t. 500! down ....... Phone. 964-S77I. 1 Mohan pecan TOM -4 cyaret homo garagolargeborn .
..... ....ass Anycondition. and pportiinlty, fr *dvaacment. -
Wa.hu.gte. 3/t tl/cbg Full Im. .1 dryer. 473-41146. lick*; ar* a few el ever 2AOOHitlnga. William Ceortt ----------- ...J' fenced g croiafenced..ideal for "
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.. 31t .W have all .1 "tIUbt FthtAI.E. by Yu may beoverlooking -
-..., ...11. provided.Tab type
IIR' )tciiiTLLAGE .f proper!* lleted bmw ,I22H Blandlng. St., Klerk U..... 3 BR. I 1/2 balk.rancrel very .*... deal hortot.Largett.
advantage thIs ,
J APTttt! I BR. .....,. .pportunlty. by applying I. GARAGE iALE": ';W---B '!wo/..'.> and ... We kav. 964-52S7. 1/2 d/.... hOnk. 1210 lor ,...,..11. Call 7524621I6 .S

! ..,.,........ AC. carpel, ..'-. at MAJIK I. S p.m.. Saturday S t* 5 amall tract. *! .. ale. bav" --- ---......- --- Hlandlnc It.. Ntark. ...JJ1.y.: .. 9_ y J/I6.. den in town 1240 Klandlnf. CH&S..many 4

I ....-..ell,walled garden MARKET 4M N. Tempi p.-. 1222 Bradford. Street .....,.1 cabin*. ban***. old BRADFORD SEPTIC n .(HM). ....... 904.8N n.llpd room. *, excollent condition owns trantter.-ed.

, ..Ue....-....., parking. ; IIS Ar*.. and <05 W. Madlean lrkllpdS/9_ ___ ...... eto. Write ., cal for TANK SERVICE .....ldea- 39TiIRi FREE CAT 2 years .Id. "i ,,
W. .. .... free .,........ You hal pump-out (''0. Fat .p.,*.. ..c....*... baa *.htv.Beautiful Lake 2 renovated, 3
I Washington. .h. Htq Stark. EqualOpportunity AllcflON. UeaUr. and Deling ; BEDROOMS;l living Kingtloy tory aHraclively iall
.,.... ... .. ..
, WWI boat before R .... .. can SaIl free .. charg bydlallag ....... .......te... Phone '. .
.:.plo,.,. ,lit public. .Ic.... Buy beleivwboleaala. room, kltrkem. I III bath on 431-1162. llpd 3/9 2, bath .CH A. JO'xiOO' v .*- i
I & /... 2.h! 3/16 New marcban ,100..311.74al.. Writ 964121. 4lpd. i; I'R4PEaIES. I acre (2.SIIO! and asoamepayments. ..t-
I ..... .electrical or call t....,. C...,..... .Land CtJSfOM MADE : -. '
------""'-' -- lADY FRIDAY NEEDED tauls. aup- luhg 3/9 iitis: : pPiiHTt 3.2 acrot. CB home with 30x32 CB building plu I "
:! BEDROOM HOVSE. .4.. \ plwa. toed hems blkee.luralture. Co, Murphy. N.C., 2SWJ6. ..W. ar* now .. ... .. homo hook SR 100E %
bnr* daIly -- ".101. pupple that need mobile ups on .
('...,........carpeted. front ...........1... errand Typing*. V.... merckaadiaeal 3/27tpd:r. 4/14. __ Mocking late *t fabric. Free. I'OR-- MAlE II.... for eat. good h...... P.... .... .' I,
I ..,ell.' atllty rem, wash end of ..... 7:30 m.Saturday ARGENTINA HAY Triple ......t.*. Lam Ntephea, BR .
.letter. 11.8. Solar Corpor- p .by a...,. lake llamplen 6078. after 6 ,.... 964 5262. Coty 2 on 2Vt cr.sfruit trees garden
rem,bl)( yard Mar >.'**1.. until. Back at Pot ..rllIl..... I. baa n* ,.... pheae!!! _496-2219,0/24: }tt/cbg ... '
alien. Hampla>, Pkon. .4BS1 0..11.. plue. ...::1 Bit.2kalk. .'tpol 3/9 lhop'Of' ,.",. owner financed.. < "sf
, ,completely. remodeled.. f ISOper Office Ie M.1'.... Bill Perry ".M. Edward ......* 9&4UPRIGHT ... Cal 4HH.2721 alter 5 ----------. { ;
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....first. sad .last ....ihI. JIL J1!?,!/ ______ Auctioneer. 2/23 .ftpd 3/13 5319. 2/23 dtpd. 3111 HANDYMAN All nmlrk I/* GOT A TASTE FOR ADVENTURE S "' *" '<" \ ,' .\
......... ""4020. dI /... ETA TITLE1 ------------ '__ pair. Interior and exterior) "* -" Coli., Road Moot noarly now 3 BR lltB CHAA.
POSITIONi Must b* I.... WATSON'S HOUSE OF PIANO: God r**..*.u.., buwahiaf RETIREMENT: .. .,";; :? V..III Had It
.... conditIon (4OO. ........ 783.1874.r782.3890.licfc and painting Special rates / In llw Navy. Travel to ensiting 1011'
lard ,..Id... and VACUUMS Many brand. .1 K.'....* Melr.**> lake. Pratt Street 2 houses -. 3 ; own.illnanced. I
4 :2 ROOM"kllckeaetle IEEICIENcT: : employed 13 .ut el tk* .last udmacblne .JI/ term tor .....r cltlien.. area adjacent .. goU (au,... place Work eo epacoigo :. S V
.. utltlLie awl. 20 ...... ah I. .. (pp. 35 nw. .vacuum available.. ViRAI.""j iftMsT; IFliltytrailer free atimataa.; Ph.. ...... Beautifully land'ncaped.rorner : equipment. Gel top .',< ;.;: \ ,.
Expert ... ....... .benefit, career training. Middle of Starko homo CH&A wIth i.7S ,
1961 altar S -2jtory
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WPM. pj lot. Clean.' (IIA. 3 .
:lIncluded.. .. correct Applicantwill "
UNDER: ...
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repair all make. Part and nlc. ftl'I. '. and a great ........ F., mr "'. '
WOOD : 1/2 perform all t,... .1 diale altealraa.. 2/23 QtchgOFFICE BR. I batk. Owners have acres.
MiriKLX, N. .a3II. acceeearle. for all vacuum _..,.... vacuum cbtaner.wing Information. contact ChIef .
) ...... 964-S349.. 3/2 silk.. ..11.. l In .... area .1 .,...... 404 NW lotk .. mnchln* with 3:1.:! c_ .0...... Upper *20'.. for 372-629.Or '
...1.... .. ..1..... MACHINES I. ....tlo.. callRolaln Kelly. MO m* al Comiavtab.bom., 301 Son' tll.SOO. r
Xlckg 3/9 Applyat Avenue, GalnervQIe. P.... ablnol.. Phone 9844120 and "more Bradford Square M..... 10 i aero
... Fla.. Slat .:mplo,.....tIMI. altar .4 Itcbg 3/ cash ..,10.... nrvleMd.Fraak'a : Ltotl. Realtor. "
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"""- 312.J.! p.m. to 2 .. Thursday Ip.m.
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... 209 W. Call HI.. : Oftlc MacUa. Broker. / JSaloAman ."*.. and Commercial adventure ..Tuc...'. Drive In" '
TWO BEDROOM: ..kite. H...... ..._. 964. .MI92. NEW ITEMS EVERY DAY. 'LACKA' G iBiiiiP. : P...*.. 782S020.: 5IH ..".11...... 3722112. Trend to 5 p... 1/12 I7ukg '
301 "
hem .s Grllll Loop. tlOO Itthg 3/9 Nw merckandia. sand .,. hood, r...*.*'*... sot Realty .1 (.alneavllle. Ins. 4'lAr IIM.( : .,

.., ....... ....... 964A253.llckg39 Ii) ; ;, ........dl.*. Antlquea and .. .... Rex Smith Brawn- VBILL'S .. Realtor,. 377-OWM. 3/9 4tckg S ""'1 ::, 'J :
NTV Ts7P -
_.........._ ; J...... tee much t* UK..AWTEY .lee Ro... Stark, P...... ,... t i 3/3< 7000 square warohouio on Brownloo "- dial 'for .
tine that wall and .
Job pay VARIETY SR 7679. llpd 3/9 SAW SHOP. Complete WANTED ) mini itorage

FARM FOR RUNTs: App,.*. oiler good. .bandits Join) 225 W. at U.S. 301. Y'all aharpeaing. .''Ilc., IIOURETRAII.FR. I0"4ft.' 2

30 ...... 1 located .between .... Fl. Army National cornel tl/.'. 3 WHETcL: BICYClE: 3 circular. hand carbide, BR. Phonet' 4311022. tl/chg Lake Santa. F. lot ownor financed never boon :

I..... Butler sad R.II.... iuard. Uevote ..* weekend. **.. .ldl>. n.w ....r.i.. chain mowr blad hollow ---- ., I
GOOD PRICES: PAID cl. .... S
...u, t military ..,,,,1.., ----------- ... hOUSE: foR"sALE. faruned S n ;
410.: oa* rrap. Pba. 1-305- a 1180 ...... P.... 964-7308 ground and ..I. ... Leave Good mobile. .homes If
:3454075. 0'...... llpd 39V1KDHEI plaa Iw* weka. I. the 140 TRACTOR: I. good. atter5p "!a. ltpd3/9 at Jackass Building. Supply.Starkeor condition. 2 BR, rarport, marl '
.....r. Offer training and condition recently over _ Keyatoaa Height close to ackoola. and town gag I I. 3/4 paid *r .mra.OlIN'S 12 acre plu' attractive: .home In the Lawtoy .r...

: : J"APfi"; -- advancement. opportunitiesIkal hauled. Call 406-2033.: SJH. .SEVERAL ITKM87 UtUltytrailer. .".he rail 4 6.2003. TEN (kg MOBIlE: HOME
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'35. ladlae { SALKS.:! 98.I.511t16. 7WANTID ,
are ....II..t. Cal 752- Brew 3/2 4tpd 3/23 new t | 7 Open

Modern. I BR.. vary. ..clean.kag A. IC.. 0 21 Lake. City. 3/9 2tchg bicycle 'SO| barn I... $30| ALCOHOLICS' ANOI Y. BRICK"HOMEt"; 772"aerelotlnild r!.. !! ..:..!!!!!'L-___ .
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carpel drape UTILITY BUIlDINGS. All electric heater 1$. Phone Ralford city Umlle .
Pkon
MOUNt
Sill
Ideal. far ceuple If retired _a._ ,.. 984-6652. 3/9 964-6894 er' 3 BR 1 I II ... : : Men and : ,
peraona.N* children 5, pale.Phone EXPERIENCED MAID 24hour aluminum. p.I awltcbaa. receptablei Itpd 964-7019.. tl/ckg t X. "SO 4MM). Pkon batk.431-1'11.311. .* "....., ga 1835. II yon (:lossifh'tI .1,1.1.
light Hghta,
IM4.nl !9n. Itpd 3/9 dally. Apply In .....0.. longu and floor.delivered B : CKG BULL. DlIiABLEU'ETERAN.: Zlpd 3/9 are thinking of your future, ISrJIeflt'rqilid

N. phone calla, plea**. JO- ..groove.* eat P.... "".7895. llchg 3/9 Will alias eat year garage If tart today .by Joining' the .

2 ui----liiiw. MI MOTt.L.: 301 South Financing. ."101........ up.. slowed le keep the .' M*> lOfTTSA LE;Bit"FRAME.: llurlda Army :.National. ItKGE KOBMtrH.JR.

t'.'.,.1...... wall te wallcarpet. Stark. 3/9 2lckg 318WORTHINGTON months. to pays 80.l.ta..8.1..... YORKSHIRE"'PiGSR'II.tor" ;---- wanted J..... 473.2406.llcba .. HOUSE... wall to wall uard..; Enjoy: new friend-. Reg. Real Elat Broker ,

.t."., refrigerator. --- H..I..S..'....964-8020. r Phone 782-3875. ...,...-__. carpet paneled 1/2 acre hlp>.Job training.. U'. good.......pay.promotion ... PhB9 47S26g9K6
Walnut St..
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124 994-6021.: 1/12.L-! Itchg. 39QUARTERHORSEi corner, ,lot furalahed or unlernlsbod,905 ..tlr...... Nerlh Temple Ave. Floriland! Rulh
and
1130/.0.'''. Ph... "9t4M' >ft2 SPRINGS Social cerreipoa- SEPTIC TANK GREASE guaranteed

.. 9(144)500.! 3/9 4tpd 3/30 dent ........Contact Sharon lURNISIUNGSrNew and 3 ,.. TRAP.cloaaoal, new II.*., I..... Butler> tI..h.Af"iNE8 SE.llth Av ., For the .boat part-tbn job In 393 %.Tern pi* A v..

Flak. Union. Co. TI.... 496- need Uvlng rm .uI.... new Id. H..... aaddw. bridle all .*..*..ble. .I.. .*,.,ell. ., America.contact M r.Creaky. Mt...... El.. .
I i.Yo.- liuii:' i'ijt-) THIRr.CFPTIOMSTi and used. ..u,....*. many 411...... 'AIL' I or "'IC'. II....'. 984.5320. ... jjjjFiro.zn 964.77IM)
lor 25O. Phone 782 :33M( ,
HK. X full ........ ,.......... : : Keyetone otker I..... BARGAIN tl/.... ) appreckled.j. I Iween. H a...'to ...30. a.m. I.OOD40I ,'1% IIVINGtarmlto .

lllaa; .ay .......e .. I acre Height Animal Hoapltal.houre CENTER. 301 South of hOME- N ski 4 1 Equal: opportunity with loran,... Jtt I'IttacreawHk :'5

.I land. ...t..... Stark aid .-.. 51/2 day per Stark*, 964467Ltf/rhg_ KITCHEN' iCABINETSl' II'. I. the REMIJDE he.... ..'OJ $ P .mpl.,.,. 3/2 3ukg 3/18 8K.:& ...,.. _

, l.lke Holler.. '150plIM /.....k week. llgkl typing and clerical VAlID SALE 3 UmUlee.Cletmnc. .' Medal. 2 m good cMldlllenp.Cood ,t'J..bllt. .lu.rieah w I x- --.t" :-'t.xb.tk:4.IWaSpveE : :. -. ....,..a...., .lb7'.f: .. .., .Irame b.m-.nle.<.i........ f.o

veeurlty .. ..II. I'I..... du&l... ... c. experleace ... ........ '3J. IeWltf*/".... .a'I'.ilddl : I! t -5InbSh96H'asic. ; ; i IntM* 3 I'uA.U.. add II lam I. .
.. : .. bou.ehold I. utility rm :
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and .Ir. Will
4ta4.j Pd.. ,/Y. :.c-'t -..'.\'....-...._ ,. ..""... ... antique furniture. china and. >" Pheae. B4-H47.. Itchy. .'/*>-.U004 Work' it .._, ibJOt* .. pick upI I bath. / .a.ffi.ebsu .< eflhS WR. I .
AG'/IICYI'eo;/ S. L.. Ave:, OIINN MOBILE HOME
only. 3610 BOnding Blvd.. f __ bath ...... in use, teal m.r,
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collectible. Sat. only. March WHOLFSALE: DEALER pricest reference i Phop'964l0MT.394tch1(30 iatkrr. 4VO-3H78. SALES 964500.. 1
MOBII.K: H(_Mt'I-d.: J.... 32210. U,. L.E. .. LakeV Open F.... bone* ea I acre mreualry. p,
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r..... CH/A. t aeree atland. ...rrl.... 2/23 4tchg 3/9 II. 95. Fairway Club Key.tone nearWeman'a ,. AuCTiON Thurtday, S :'r' Compto: | IncHranc' HervJc. day a .*.11. tll.... very reaeoaable.S Now tou eon kSit .. I .,... on ..,
p.m. 2315 SE. Hawthorne :VR fiiiifi. M -----_. ... of
Mark lfM4.1 law
2 mttea fram ; : -- let
I...... 964-6479. Itpd 3/9 HELP Board ANTED of: ): County Clay !:!!-::.!!.Ie !'!" !!I2'.1!..__ Rd.. Galnaavlle. Bill Perry, FlIMISIIINRi Call& M...,...... KveVyoai; la. .,lnurabllJmmadlat I WANTED: TO RENTihrUllaa : Acre. :N.rth.just ., "fi",,.,. ollk ll) ,... d,..n and. \

Cmnly BAHI% HAY. Argentnehlghlv Auctioneer. Dealer Only. Acre W orkkdp. Free c." *,* by ,(' family ....... eft.I'M 301, rMNhta casts Mnnlhlllul .
KITCHKNKTfTiSi:! : : T --BR Commlneonera! h. the ..nBI..... phono 964. 2/23 4tpd 313EIREW000.$20 ..Um..... .Phoaey 904-701 .....".. JOE USHER rental far two weeka. at past. $1.111..

following opening under the - -- ------ AGENCY .4902120. or "118- Klngnley I...... Call 3... Klngiley l.alei lleuklc.
apt.. TA( ulflltle* In ('ETA: Public "S.rvlc.lmpl.ym.nt ,. .607I.J/2llt/ch! (___ Monday Frld.,. M. 4. ..1It .
rl....... T...., ....1...... Title 1 1program I FOR SALE A.B. liltkmimeograph. : per pickup p.... .1/9>> Jtchg 3/23 zli rollecl. 34H 6MH or 737 R9K1.: wide Mlf. 3 BR. 2 outbuilding of Mamplwn.' II arreeollk
Weekly I monthly ...... : Model 411.Guod load. ".:CAN8. 60c) per i"NWRANiJ: Kllierd'lnaurancr i ; Auk. for .......U. llchg 3/9 *, larg. abaded 11 trailer and .barn '
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; pound Phone 64.H2IO. 3/2 liit'rtK THE-r Ntr Farmer; '
HnO N. s Agency -
Tempi Motel III I).. Carpenter helper condition tall 473- Zlpd 39FARM and Dealer. Hank Building. (;" liiiii) GIl.D! Storing, FARM. 3 BR 1'1...... es In 4Acreage
Temple A"... H....... phone must 2107 luhg 3/9 Spiritual. advice and niunlt nn'nprevemenlKi
(120 weekly. Applicant 10 acres. 60 paeaa- is-.... 3ombulldlnca
diamond. celn.
Phone 4X0 2101. Lak Butler Jewelry IN ,
3/t( 3/30 --- ---- --'- all problema of arrea
l 061-7357. 4tpd counaeling on
the .. .. ...
....- ---.------ assume performing reaponnlbllltleiof Generalurpr.Iry. iJt'MBERi: ; yp.idpbl. FOR SAlE U'.. Sliter Katharine has advice > I.L!ll/chjt! !!<<. ___ __ dental gold. Will visIt VOUnvwhere. shop, ...,. |lb.,house.<|I. ., ""1f). per acre: :M arrc*.
cOllAGE: t'OR RENT cut to .build. ALSO young; and help relating. (o. "hon.fr.! lOIMper! armI .. .
email building s.pairs ,...ood. SIt 'AUchun Hlllm.... 475.IUH9. 39Itrhg ----- '
ALSO Firm.
Lake. ',..i. vear areund.Pkon .. hore 320 Acr marrlag. .buwln***. health '
and other duties an re Several' cammercial ,lt \
..473-410. Itpd 3/9 30. ..hoIll1l8..11617. 3/2 3tpd tounty, Call 4622937. 3/9 and. financial prnblema.Phon LOMJUIAMTHome ; en \ n II I n:1: lilt. rnniriio
:301. .
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quired.l ; _i k '.
3/16_ _._ llpd. 9114-3211.$863. 32IH\ and ---- .lock. kiiu.e, a****!
.tR: 7lffli.. : | | On CemeteryMaintenance. .. .. .. Building II..... and. 3 BR CB home .ndlll_. ..|
1'RA 1 a* 4; I.oop.Ph. HBO weekly. --'-' ---- --- Reid St., I.. .. torn In(. \ "
PATIO COVERS: 10x20 for !Materials r:\PIRIENCEDWAIIKtHSESi: : ollk family room 2 balk. 2 MR 're.... I 1/2 halh.BK '
... 1HI".lIlIt8. Itpd 3/9 MUZZLE LOADER Need or call or write. 3/9 3ipoV.
PlantOperator. .
On Treatment tins.or
Ill horn.. : Part I'll/A.; Weal ..I..t. .
home and. mobile black,. powder bU. 3123 r-WEIUJlLD- I tram*.near .rh.iM. .1..
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(120 ..kl, ... .. *I59 unlnetalled. V'JOHN full lime. R,.* Ham -- -
TWO Br.llKOOMS.: i.-.l i".. .I..qualify for these positionsou 1199 *..U.GATOR ALU-- patches? Op.* 10 a m. to 6 -__* : Your Plans/ Or Ours lead Reilaurant Key*!*** 2 IR. 2 balk .blockkau.e- inSaratoga .Phone 9 |.77MI( 5

('111\. wall I* wall ......t. must .b* resident of('lay p.m. Saturday 7552569. 3/9 STr'VF.NS; IiROOFING .. in only.Se \ernleP.IMomKeg.

kltrhea. ....1....... drtk. sad County and .b* unemployedlar 4620 MINUM.N.W.Phone 13th St.3729767., GalnevlU *- ttlchg .4/13 COi All typ.a. of Your Lot Or Ours !111* Marymay Apply ..perwn...... tt/chg -Helgkt- ...- .. Real ExiairBroker:
In lawn oa .Ir.. .stImal.i' FREE ESTIMATESRemodeling .
room. roofing '
utility IS aflfc. pant 20 week* or .
473iSHH *. 8/11 !tt/chg...! __ ..... T. 20 acre tract very t:... 911.* .$1711
l.ak Gsa "a. Pkaa have. exhaunled unemplov- :. .. : ,.. .... U. banded. and Repairs ....."..Ie, just off hR-16.. -
afternoons andpvrsIigs ........d.eel CaloaavlUe 37HJ97tf .PvarlSndr.w'sAseociat. \.
: meal benrllt ar b* a Wood he.tert BUSINESS S e a e e e a e paved road.. .
I Itpd 3/M .recently separated \'....,... HEATERS j after 6pm. 2/16 Itpd Additions WI4.7719
k. ..... heater I
portable hlARikr.t; Forest height
OPPORTUNITIES Janet '
If you qualify applyat electric 1/9 Homes Bought I 3 R.:1..; .. room.rport. Staring ,
U: .MI MKBII.K: hOME.hariilshrd. :. the Clay County (omma-- circulating. beater 4 .beautiful heavily Iwooued .. I'1'.1. I..n. \ cry Associate IHf.:31HII! ,
phen' WM- HIM.MM4).1 ) Service IHIIc Oldfourlhou heater Ala. electric and I S S-eO. Sold Traded t ; lull. high and dr. ;. I rtMinable.CEOKCEROBtRrS.JK.. _

'! ) :!. ask. lor l.lnda. .I.y ... IllS *Walnut. gsa stoves and refrigerator 301 tINOI4BO./ .weakly. ..uniqu.mailing OST' CAT jO.---- paved ......t.. .build your : : ,

t Ilehg 3Il3ItOOSI Street t.reen Cove" Spring BARGAIN of Stark CENTER.. 964467B. prvgram.. Ire. .,I Will the lady who ...nhet ACREAGEFOnSALE I own home..or mu mat I Keg. Real Estate: Broker
South all I
detail. Jim. Easterly: Rl. I. like one of num. ( for ...... 64.7M2H FIl1KI'1IC51,1I :
3/9
rl. 320) J. Itchg ....
AHAKTMrSflpartU :: lt/chn!! Box 111$.. Lab ('I'", Fl.3.OM. .p. gray.wklte I drlall | _
lurnhked. I cklld. .. I length tarred culvert 3/9 6tpd .113 ,I bobtail cat thinking _ .:.. OPEN. : (Saturday' A.M. I{ ,

..: ...03hl.. XI. llpd .tTU.I or PARTriME..unuHual new 4622937 wa thrown out pl.... I" STAHKrl:. t .beautiful |
Call '
: pipe INx 40lung. t I return. Picked. 964-6853 I
opportunity /.IFBARTH CORPORATION owner. up acre ..lih :.1 BK horn and J lI'I2U11N.Trniplr:! .\
3/t bar inl.rated 3/9 Itpd on K.8 I:..t. just ln lde.|
man er woman : t Energy: readied. high. > Highway South old huuM suitable I for barn. I
; In extra 'Incom*. To I cilv limit on March 2. I .
t$.RINI\i HOI KKt: Inrountnt arrange FARSI ItlIIPSIENT: 4230: profit.. ervlce dealer.hlp IMr I StarkeBRASINGTbN : I 14S
Phone )41G4-6N6l lalervlew, phone 131.1639. John Deere with cab. & ain available.. F..U.. part U.... I .I early p.m. sfAKKr.:! : HR. 2 bathos j jt : :.

Hcfcil 3/', 3/9 ItpdIIOSIMTAl. John Deer 3NOO( ) forageharveten 'ilI man ....'.110.. Home .- - I :. tall M.. corner lot. II.. M....... Herida. rl' ..
Moore
ATTENDAVTiKeyaton :: : John Deer. 1 25chuckwagont alike help .In atart.up.Attractive '. Aubrey I fStarke.9046405 ..p.re..I.H.I I"K. den plus I ""I'SIJIJI' SOPEN
2 Bit THAU.I:Hi"A/C.. heat.garage. I Rt.l.Bo.267 I family slth flog
A.lm.11I..plt" 11 hug room gas
Height net.
Allis
year LilliunC. J'earson. HA-TI-RIJA Y
ulllHy h...... .h.oo11II..711..7 part-lime e.- 7' sIckle. bar small ."...... of iZJKMJ\ J.t. flrepl.ce. I : Y' .
....... 1130. ) er crllent Job for uludenl.Apply chalmer mower 11172 l whit diced quickly. ,..",..... Write I I Ht"AR"t: Cadillac OldsmobileSales I :. Real Estate: ; '. 10.... ...3pn>. \

alter 5 p.... 3/2 Zlpd 3/. bv mail only.Blaading :\IIIU tandem ail. truck. with 21' ZI........ Corp.. 934 S. High. J.00 & Service \.B.UH-\\ .
Blvd. Jax. 32210.lIe. : lOt eteel dump body call way 41. Inverne**. I la. Fine Selection Oj Used Kev.lon. llta.. ha.. I ,..RA"i:" ( II" OFFICE' (Cam. ... n* a( our:Nartkacreaa newIalioaen.llwy30l ..

I..... Parrlnh. 2(23 4tchg 321150. or call collect. 1.9O4- Office 473WHII t H301 ;41ORTlI'An
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po MOTORCYCLES "|.(IW. DOWN) : A I ITTI.E: n this. nice country home. :New HTARKE: 2001 N.W. 378-5301 IS 1/2 acre., 4 BK. :2 bath, .....*.*.. \
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Bulldozer Work tinting and rerlalnly priced M veil al (2..500. Kitchen fully 9(14( .5000) : GAINESVILLE, frame .home pi. 3 HR.; I. double. wide mobile. kerne.u .
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Large.OI' Small FOR SALE ..... equipped this neat 3........1 bath hem, Open 7 days a week. bath.. Irani--. -*44.SIH.. '. \* must **. Ikl I. S

maujn -- IIRNITIREfouck Farmi, 3 BR. 2\.bath brick. :. appreciate.). :Nealled Inamoag "
Bll.T4iO IIIRf l BIKE) I'RI'AC"ITIIU 'T ISOLATION: Yu'll love this 2 a thalr. N.h. I .THOMAS (H/A. 2 llreplaceaw' .barn toll pm...* .large I

*Land Fill 1977. only 5 hear riding kedrom.. I bath. ;country hem, plus a workshop for Dad.22J IIJH95 tI. with 7 acre*. IOI.OOOI) IOatree. J /4 acre lot.. Adjoining. Ml,,
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lime. Phone 64 3BH, after 5pm. : )0.PRIMFCOMMFKCIALPR. Boston RD. EB REALTY .' I70.0OO. available.. 0....* aniteun .
PondaWILBUR llpd S'ldSZtKIOF ,, Lamp tram II IO. t RALPH ,. -"t- le ..... Price reduced tall i.

WATERS .. : : <>i.>rRTl: Road frontage en a. Dining Room Set IU9.95 BRYAN 8.facrea 'roraer 100H. *.*.. .
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Medicine tabln" *'* $I. 621 S
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STARKE! ,**, major high*ay. 32091 bOA, 'U,5IJO. -- .
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9646162'Formarly
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St. Stark Ph.. 9644020. 164O South Other! lots and aaUabIef.Il ,today Jj r- ( lovely, 3 bdrm brick
.80 W. MadIson / i A.J.T....... S.UO.fHO ter.mp
Walnut. '1301 South inTWffESIICERAMCSTUOIO ---.ma' ', FIMSHFDAIMIMSHr.l: vner house *.> apprea.. I '
I. 7U-MM Stark* ] 011.....U..7IHUlo ". ,. :>) .' 2M7 N templo Real Eatal 3 acre*" ft:...'I.arpe.skik, ;}" 3/4 as. OlS, MO. ; ... .
:U"'L.-__ Evening.473-4037 '" ( '964-8788 - city .......I3JOOO per ecreVII "
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I PHILIPW.CI.lil. ( ':' OFFICE OPEN block ho..... ...p-rt. WotMadleon r ..- _l>- *. with I ..*.,**... I ,.balk.famly *
U S 301 In Canard Indualnel. Park REAlTOR: Price !Start. at 559! $ ) i SATURDAYS 92SVNDA1BVAPPT "... !Se. .by spat 10 acre' Vrlrl tJ to rm. ***iral beat '.

Lwtey. 782-3225 I.awrence Boulevard. Delivery fr'swkhii' : .. mly. h4I.m..fic4a. 230,n.wn... J sad air..Largo bar andiwerbabep.

PtacinatIflOIObbY' Free Claaaea. KE:\ 4T4)F: I":I..H 1'1&hA1T111UILERS. .county, I ,. I - Rd.* 111.000.' 1/ ', I V' '"
Learnthe workf* moat FINANCING: W have acreage from 13 acre .In Hampton. N* tura"lhtdlr7m: .00

Wed.AndSaL. t To'4pm" PrId.yTTOlOIm.. AVAILABLEMW .. .000 an acntW ...In.. owner financing.One's I IR. hem. '2 *.,.*..I balk k. te...
PreferredOreenware .... weaker. and
Can Time : : n"F.D STt)\ tS: -- .. - dryer Large ..**... A..._.* !
Cenml* Bunpiie Custom flrmo Duncan .Inl.. AND: REFRIGERATORSLIMEPIOCK ...". lots for .mobile acre h........*. 513.200.....,.. .:;. ..c....... Prk ..........
bom..! mobll' home and reel- Spacious. black. kern..2.lare* : j' .

: dent Inl. SR400 "...... BR. 1 .... ':23.00Or.. FOR RENT:; ; S BR apt.fnralab ;
W' havo'loufor;; i;;building. Owner flntnclng.: -e .. d or ualuralaked., t tP..i tf
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FERTILIZER FOR property aid Induetrlal .Real Ettal '
IS433 AcreS l4o .. ."1.
Home All Types pr.t W* can help you Broker. Term. -JMAM.Aa H. r.......' :
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Remodeling Work:: Eveaiag sad Weekend. v ..... S Fe Lak. *. 3 BK MH. 033 JOO S .:Aeaoclateo. S k

.; I .' sal.! :., term*. Adjoining epp*** 1/2 Irene l..Fa..lkar. ; '

Licensed And Bonded J .., .\ 114"h"1 .*T" RALPH BRYAN: '. ,. 5334410ASSOCIATES acre.. taaal, 2 BR "'M. t Evening 964O142KnaaaM.Bkb .
1j'REALTOR: 964-6209' J BR MH. S20.$0 *r>lNMk I** .
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"'WAY>EDOICLAS Steve Siaa.I ( tad1. 41111 uro,:;:**> ri.: -. I

Near Starkc. fla. :; 78231726ve 9644593MART. :...16.-6881 30li13,04SL l> ., S SeTtle. S
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Phone 4-8628 BROWN -- ;.wrDAt.Ert" ; ',EyealngI : 9044344
964- 823t Harold ; : "'EfK DS .' .
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I i TISSUE SKIN CARE. LOTIONReg.


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GIRLS

FASHIONFABRICS LATEX GLOVES KNEE-HI SOCKS KNITS

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'a-: ._ A SPECIAL PURCHASE LADIES

LADIES SHORTS BIKINI PANTS .

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