Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04146
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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 16, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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? the Hampton city council Tuesday,,Feb. 14, to protest a ma xis. f
tory hookup water system

Residents Interrupted each other to voice their protests over County Fair
an ordinance. being drawn up requiring everyone In the city to : li
book to(Jie water it :
4 4t up system once la completed.
.. Majority of the ;; :
30 protests came from residents of Hampton /"
Villa who explained they had put down wells, often costing / -
$3.oooand did not want to join ontoclty water. Set ':
; to
; Council members explained the ordinance was being drawn Open

Students up by Hampton attorney Dick Welty and had not been voted on : ;
$ and cduld.toe] changed as plans for the system were completed. 1
t Engineer Alan H. Aront of Sverdrup and Parcel explained to1'
'h'd the 25 people gathered the present system was not up to Depart- In 2 Weeks'
CompeteIn ment of Environmental Regulation standards, and the smaller ::
water lines. offered no fire protection. '

Aront slid a field study fa even \If they were not hookedup
while others There will be something for In Starke. at Brooker and
being maqie to determine the kept repeating -
everyone who visits the Elementary Scho \
self-suffi Hampton
service were
area to serve the most
Special annual Bradford County Fall'set ols. In Starke tickets are
people In\fjne most economical'way. cient and did not need the
for March 29 April I.
available al Starke Elemen
lIo''ald the rates are system
based ; those using the Mayor William Summers The fair Wednesday. tary. Southside Elementary ]
system all are In part determined 'asked for the cooperation of March 29, with ribbon cutting and Bradford Middle School.'
'd I Iw all the citizens for the good In L'nlon Countytickets arc
Olympics byjjhe Farmers Home ceremonies at 11 a.m. Taking
Administration (FmHAl) and general welfare of the part will be this year's Strawberry available at Union County
which, the city: hopes will give community and those on the Queen and 1977 Straw' Utah School. '
"Let 'a 'SO percent grant and 50 present system, many of berry Queen Lisa Mitchell.:
me win hutlf I
whom,have no alternative but Close to 100 booth! will I beset
loan (for the
win. let be percent system.
"me braIn my r ('lockwIIlPf' to rely on the water system. up this year and a new outdoor
iittempt. the Special I County Special: Olympic The enginner said SAP Is Aasl.tantflr.chief Jack Ca toe Annual Rural-Urban Day at patio eating area has
Olympic oath was repeated by' participants prepare for the also workttig with the North, said the water system would ,which the Starke Rotary Club been added.
:to Bradford County students l opening e'rremonv parade 'of Central Regional Planning also offer fire protection with serves a chicken dinner'
during the opening ceremonies : athlete around the Bradford Council ;'Alt' obtain a Coastal! hydrants, begins at noeji. Wednesday is Entries in the Horticulture
ol the track and field I high !School: \ track Thursday Plains grunt, tod a Housing Mrs. Sylvester Smith said also Senior Citizen's Day division are open .to -all residents
vompetltlon held Thursday.: .nd'.iv'I...' during which all seniors are ol ...
.... 'l "'1.Development she..hadlAV.."lul . J.ltrs ..V..IA Jtw"PII .tr I\,""":("rioi-1;;; n MNM>t.d as Ibe-nMistor. ct*"... .' ip"ant' <* e''1cII1tr the '33dooo; ,v -problem for the,'Cilj/: / ....r.."..put- admitted tree trf charge ", will\ he both vouth' OM oMstte***** x &._J.-
In Special Olympics i ceremonies !giving the 'Middle School .I';'(:aZaCorby 1t. ome'recetvea; Ioaarae.? : 'flSure-fcK hast* to begin! to1 Sown Individual wells for all a.." 5'', .td9.V"A W ddirelwaiflawear, .. tIf.liPtI.'jl' lid. '
competition everyone I III a welcome address and prayer. menl from his teacher Mrs Anna Clayton. Coach Jerry Petrella seek: funding, but actual cost those on city water at a cut of 'Set far Wedn adayt'nlght at -accepted. Mondavm1Jaceh Inner and Is eligible for the' Also! participating in parade; of coaches Lamar Rteherson of Starke, Elementary In the standing' ,. 'wlll..not be known until all $50,000. then the city could 7:30: p.m. is the annual S*'lne ..
district competition to be hold! athletes around the track long jump. loans and grants are applied save about 1300.000. Show open to qualified/4-H or from 9 a.m. to oj ppm. and ,
April H in Booster Stadium In 'were the BUS ROTC color BMS student Terry Albert gives the ball a heave In the softball for and the service area Is Aront agreed there was FFA members who attend Wednesday March:29 from to
(Oca la.Thirty. guard!, the Forestry service throw. The middle school band under the direction of Mike. determined. some logic In that proposal Bradford or Union County'' 9a.m. Judging will take place
boys and girls i yt ith Smokey the Bear. Starkr iWondrin.playa for the opening parade.was Residents of Hampton Villa but the final cost of the system Schools. A showmanship contest Wednesday from II II a.m.
I competed under gray skies 1 Police and representatives of done by' high school County Hospital Cand- were told by Aront he would has not been determined yet. will be held and awards The outstanding exhibit will
find out the will be made for first 'receive a'ribbon and $J. Other
.and misty weather but it did the local I :National Guard Unit. student Fred and the Jr. procedure from Another place a
Fayson assisted strippers Women s meeting on the
not spirits as The middle school band Club. FmHA to ask to be excluded trophy plus S13; second. $10: prizes will he awarded.
challenged by Coach Jerry Petrella. water system is set (for Tues
from the third. $5.
they each other in system and would
provided the beat for the anizer Mary Strong
Feb. 28 at 7
day. ,
the 50 yard dash the 220 and parade. thank especiallythe see the council gets the p.m. The Bradford Union 4-H New divisions have bem
everyone: In other business the council
4-10 relay I the softball thrown Assisting with the events coaches who helped make information. heard from assistant fire chief and FFA Steer Show is set for added In the Home Division.
nd the standing long jump. were organizations from the this year's Special Olympics 'Some residents said they Catoe. He reported the volunteers 7:30: p.m. Friday. March 31 Entries will be accepted
Koch: participant placed first The symbolic run and high school. Serving refreshments competition a success for feared they would be requiredto had acquired a third Steer Show exhibitors In the !Monday. March 27. from 1tt
in their age group and division lighting of the Olympic torch were the Bradford those students. pay for the water system water truck and Saturday was 4-H Club from Union Countyare pm. and Tuesday. March :iH.!
hind received a certificate. set for ; Robby Worrell. Glenda from 8 a.m. to noon. Judging
repairs. Chairman Ted
'lniS' Shaw. Shands Howard. Jr..
principal Charles will take place Tuesday after
Curtis said the beepers had

Lawtey Council Acts to T eke .,' '; been returned and were ready Sonny Williams. Brown.Charles Crawford.Martha will noon.be A awarded Best Overall in addition Knselte\ to
to be distributed
'c or". m., !fIt. ,_;...t ( : volunteers.In to the and Michael Donna Dukes.Worrell.Julie Brown. other prizes. :

'. ."' .--.-:':.'-. I other action, the council: Highlight of the final day.
: S Bradford County 4-H Club Saturday. April I. will be the .
", ._ :;.1 First Step Sewer -Approved the purchase of exhibitors are: Brian White- 4-H and FFA Steer Sale beginning .
!!i::': on SystemThe t an amp probe to set up the head James Whitehead. at 7 p.m.Youth .
.,. motor on the water system. Sharrl Dobbs, Drew Andrews
Wayne Cribbs. Jr.. Frankie
-. Lawtey council voted meeting, and the engineerscan When Step One has been actually loosening up. More After discussion approvedan Andrews, Stacey Hayes. Jill Arrested .
:;.; unanimously Tuesday night to now begin Step One, ,completed the city must decide monies are becoming avail- expenditure of softball f 197 to sponsor Hayes, Gene Joyner and
1 give the green light to engineers which Includes) a complete whether to proceed with able to Florida." a Hampton team. Marilyn Griffis.
from Sverdrup and study of the environment, a the second step. This includes Approved was $23 deposit to Union County FFA. exhibitors For BombThreat
Thursday March 1* Parcel to begin Step One in the cost-effective analysis a construction drawings, plans, An advisory committee: will play on the Stark: field and are Jon, Brown. Lisa
development of a sewage feasibility study, a cost permits and preliminary be established consisting of $172 entry into the league. Proctor Eddie Lee. Darren

sell system.The analysis of user charge and construction work. the council members, one Tom Paladino, representing Brown and three Tugjzle
engineers had applied environmental assessment,' The planning area for the staff member from the North the team,said Hampton would
7p.m.Friday to the Department of EnvironmentalRegulationfora Including a treatment and sewer system Is 12 Central Florida, Regional continue to play In Starke until FFA exhibitors from Bradford A IS-year-old male who
grant, disposal method, and pro approximately square miles, planning Council, the the field In Hampton is re County are: Butch made a false bomb threat
March 17 and the$16,526 grant had been posed treatment sites. which incorporates more than Department of Environmental novated. He said ball team Faulkner. Harry Faulkner. Tuesday morning to the Bradford
approved, The grant was Step one is anticipated to the city limits. Regulation the members would move the Jr., Everett Hayes and Middle School was arrested -
accepted at Tuesday's take approximately 12 weeks. When asked about the avail Suwannee River Water light poles and haul fill dirt if Tammy Johns. by Starke Police at his
Bingo The information will then be Chard of grant money, Management Basin, the- the council gave permissionfor Miss America. Susan northeast Starke home less
Stark Elementary' submitted to the DER to be Swallows of Department of Offender the work. Permission was Perkins;' will visit the fair than 20 minutes after placing
7)10-10 p.m.sponsord ,l\lurderTrial assessed. This usually takes I Sverdrup and ParceL said, Rehabilitation, and two granted and when completed Thursday. March 30.at 2 and 7p.m. the call.
by four to five months.In "the money situation Is Lawtey residents the council said it would offer Twenty-three year old The juvenile was charged
IE PTO the ball club a five year lease. Miss Perkins Is a graduate of with a bomb threat false .
Jury Selected Ohio's University of Miami. alarm, a second degree felony
7 Saturday, March IS Finances ;Equipment Salaries Hampton recreation director where she majored in biology. punishable by a prison term. \
For 3 InmatesJury Mrs. Ollie Sheppard said The youth was turned over to'
'- .' she would approach the Advance tickets for the midway the Division of Youth Services
March of Dimes selection In the murder To Be Discussed by BCH Boardagreed county commission for funds will be four for '1. Ride and will appear before County
Waillathon.10a.m.from. trial of three FSP inmates to purchase equipment for the tickets are available: at the Judge Elzie Sanders with his
t continued until late Monday team. Chamber of Commerce office parents or.guardian.A .
Courthouse 138 Bradford preparation tar the Brad- Sanders and Green listed to not make a recommendation
I night as answered Countyrl'llldl'nllf sum*: ford County Hospital board several &items they would at the present to The council did not approvea CodeHearing Starke police spokesmansaid
BUARC Auction monnes and one by' one were meetln'g' at 7 p.m. tonight recommend to the full boardto bring employees up to the request from Paladino for Zoning the call to the middle
I Farmer's' Mkt. dismissed until the final 12 Thursday, March 16)), on the, pursue including adefibrillator minimum wage until the team to enter 10 tournaments school at 9:56: a.m. was locked
10a.m.Monday mem crs.P ere chosen finance committee Mrs. for the hospital, a Douglass finishes a study of at <69 each. Council SetThe Into' the phone company;
Lucille Green and Curtis. copying machine j on .a lease the complete financial members said they would take standard procedure In all
.March 20.: The jury will try Benny'Demps. Sanders met Wednesday picture. each! tournament as it came first of two public county schools, and traced to
James' Jackson and morning with business arrangement, and grab bars and help In raising money. hearings on Starke's proposednew the calling phone. All schoolsare
Harry Mungln on first-degree manager Angus Douglas and for patient and public bathrooms Also expected for discussion Clerk Mary Allen said only zoning code will be held at presently set up for 't
BC School Bd., murder charges in acting administrator Patricia ,Douglass to check on. .tonight, is a management presentation $500 had been budgeted for recreation 7 p.m. Tuesday March 21, In tracing calls said Starke
'i30p.m.: thelstabbing murder fellow* Ivey to discuss spending priorities. possible repairs ,to an x-ray by representatives the City Hall. police and response time to
Inmate Alfred
Sturgis on Sept; processor that is leaking. of Methodist Hospital Founda Mrs. Allen read a letter All interested persons are the location of the call is usually
'. Elks a Elkrtas 6. 1976. Douglass. presented the The finance committee tion. ,,-'( from Evelyn Vaughn protesting Invited to attend. less than two minutes.
Starke Lodge 110 The prospective jurors filled financial l statement for the the purchase of The new zoning regulations
Dinner p.m. the courtroom and stood In the month of February, predicting occupational license by senior were _prepared by the City The telephone line remains
Meeting Ip.m.Inltallatlon aisles and halls all day while the future was going,to be Kinesley: 'Zoning Appeal Due Hearing citizens who have rental Planning Committee In open even If the phone hung
of Assistant State Attorney Tom brighter." property. The council took no cooperation with the North up. said the spokesman.
Elkettei Elwell and Defense attorneys Florida Regional Planning Starke police chief Jimmy :
John Carroll cf Montgomery He said the recovery of bad An appeal filed by the ''The rezoning petition was action. Council in accordance with Bowen said :s false bomb .1 I
Tuesday, March 21. Ala., and Leonard Ireland and 'debts was continually Increasing Kingsley Lake Property filed by F.W. Strickland present Following the reading of the the proposed new comprehensive threat charge la very serious
Peter Enwall of Gainesville ,, and the board .Owners Association against a owner of the property, minutes Hank Lott questioned: plan and juveniles now cannot getaway
vied, 'over- whowould be ,should consider 'hiring a recent Clay' Zoning who said he wanted to remodel members map.
t Council County if the council were Basic goal of the code'Is to with placing such a call
selected for the 'collection In prior Board decision reclassifying and use the cement
Stark jury. agency. paid breach of the special "encourage and In and expecting not to get
7 p.m. Only 'two' weeks ago a' meetings the hospital auditor a 200 x 200 foot plot at Kings- block building for restaurant meetings/ called about the accordance with promote.and caught. i
motion for a change of venue had recommended the same; ley Lake from agricultural to purposes. The' property had 'water system and he was told future needs, the present safety, 'The time'' lost' by the stu r

Csrr.1 ., was denied by,the court after action. neighborhood business,will be previously, been granted a the council Is paid only for the morals, health order convenience : dents was over an hour as the
testimony from each: county The business manager said heard by the Clay County 'special uses permit for sale of regular meeting and only \if prosperity, and;;; general buildings were searched even
m 1 t /OI mmunUg commissioner the clerk of the for "good news" he had nee Commission at 7 p.m. Tuesday beer on premises. they attend. welfare of the citizens of the after apprehending the caller
&'tut Sank court,and other local persons.:'' Medicare reimbursement ,.March 21. City of Starke." said middle school principal:
The defense had inmates to '' and the hospital Under Clay County zoning Guy Starling said he was All citizens of Starke who Jesse Moore. The school''
( prove that prison,, would be receiving $34.000within The zoning Board approveda regulations the special usesoerinlt interested In being the dogcatcher wish to ask questions or make population of 750 was evacuated
could not get a fair trial in this the next couple of BA classification last month Is still iD effect al- ,
Acmnn*wT .........ore Hampton and statements concerning the : by a route that Is practiced -
.--.y 'c weeks and $20,000 from ,, for the property the former though t the business has been would be available to discuss: regulations-will be heard' at once each semesters
.lbsi.0...."._.....c_ Thee trial Is expected to take Medicaid reimbursement Nail's grocery on'Road IfrA 'closed for more than two salary. No action: was taken this a time. once each If weeks! laid
all week. soon after on the north side of the lake. vears. bv the council ...-- .

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TELEGRAPH March 16. IS7S .
Lynn Andrews, Jon n Schlumpf To Wed .

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Mrs. Nina Bishop Andrews Starke. Paternal grandparents w
of Atlanta. Ga. announces the were the late Joseph
engagement of her daughter William Andrews and Nell
Lynn Iticharde Andrew, to Roberts Andrews, also of
John Richard Schlumpf. son Starke. cac yt Wooty SocUlyil** 964-7608
of Mr. and Mrs. James David Mr. Schlumpf is the
Schlumpf of New Canaan grandson of Mr. and Mrs.

Conn.The bride-elect's father Is Alfred Evansville Elmer Ind.Schlumpf and Mrs.of sr Homemakers Make Plans For Fair

Joseph.William Andrews III Betty Coglizer and the late ,
of Trenton.N.J. Her maternal William Arthur Cogllcer of
grandparents were the late Seal Beach. Calif. The Bradford County weather but It .Is believed that stick Crochet" and Mrs.
Harold Arthur Bishop. Jr. Miss Andrews was Homemakers club made final the more Introverted type of Mattie Miler will be the Instructor
and Nina Klcharde Bishop of graduated from Lakeside plans for volunteer workers at resident will be more at ease 'Quilling."
High School. Decatur In 1974 the Bradford County Fair at Inthe privacy afforded the Deputy Don Denton will beth I
Hosp. AuxiliaryTo and attended Vanderbilt their meeting : hur 4ay. back ;yard. speaker at the Aprilmeeting. II
University She Is currently a March 9 held In the His subject will be I II I
Meet Mar. 20 student nurse at Crawford W Agriculture Building. Plans were made for the "Drug Abuse" I
Long Memorial Hospital In Members who can assist double Workshop on Thur.day. Visitors and new members I
The Brudford County llospi-/ Atlanta.Mr. Mrs. Lola Johnson In the March 16, at 10 a.m. at are always welcome to all aY! r
/ Cal Auxiliary will hold their Schlumpf was Lynn Andrews2doaLow Home and Needlework the Agriculture Building. Miss meetings and worshops. li 'O
general meeting and covered graduated from Peachtree Division of the Fair Arthurine Blanchard will be regardless. of race religion or .. I,
dish supper Monday. March High School in Atlanta In 1973 volunteered their time the instructor for "Broom creed. I..
20. ul In the Methodist and from Members r
7p m. Vanderbilt were again
Fellowship Ifa n. University In 1977 with a B.A. reminded to donate any old Stork Shower Honors Mrs. Parrish I
A report of the nominating degree in Biology, lie is Jewelry or anything else ; II I
committee will be given and currently employed at the Mr.and Mrs. Robert Hurt of appropriate that they have to Mrs. Lowell Parrish was An attractive pink and blue ;,, yYP 1
un election of officers held. Vanderbilt University PltUiburg Has. and !Mr. and the Starke Nursing Home for complimented at a stork color motif was carried out in I
HoKtctiHcs<< will be Mrs. Medical! Center In Nashville.The Mrs.Floyd Johnson of Seattle bingo prizes.Discussion. shower Monday night March the party deeora olII. A tall I
Frank Palmer. Mrs. A.C. Bas- wedding will be held on Wash. returned to their homes was made for 6 given by Mrs. Bobby stork centered the gift table. _
lord. Mrs. Martha Mi ley. Mrs. Saturday June 17, at the Oak Wednesday of last week after plans to donate a bench or Taylor Mrs. Edward Grlffis H:.
Ida l I'lummer and Miss Grove Methodist Church. In a weeks visit with !Mr and something else useful to the Mrs. Marshall Yearta Mrs. Twelve guests ''enjoyed refreshments i) :
Arthurme Bljnchurd. Decatur. Mrs. Leo Champion. Nursing Home when plans get John Greene and Mrs. itonnieTomlinson and fellowship
under way for their Home at the home of the during&the party hours of 7:30: t "
back yard project. Some latter on US-301 N. and 9:30 p.m. :.
residents of the Home sit In
the front yard during nice Brenda Creamer Shower Honoree

r/.A".f/ Miss Brenda Creamer Among the guests attending h5 #
bride-elect of James were Mrs. Beatrice Creamer,
Livingston, was honored at a mother of the bride-elect, and
Mr. and Mrs': Terry bridal shower on Saturday Mrs.Evelyn Cruce mother of
0 c: Walters of Gainesville given by Ms. Connie Clemons the prospective groom.
> announce the birth of a son and Mrs. Toya Browning at The Creamer-Livingston
OtJ Jefferson Reid. March 9 In the home of the latter.A wedding will be an event of
c Alachua General Hospital. Saturday. March 18, at 7 p.m.
o \ Textile Paternal grandparents are blue and white wedding at the Church of .God In
Mr and Mrs. S.L...Peek. of theme was carried out Lawtey with a reception riu'1 .
) Starke. throughout the party rooms. following at the Garden
FACTORY Games with prizes were Restaurant.All .
'G Mrs. Darlene Davis enjoyed by the guests. during friends and relatives are
I. OUTLET announces the birth of a the party hours. Invited to attend.
daughter Janie Marie. March Mr. and Mrs. Larry Noegel
7 in Shand's Teaching G.S. Browns Hosts At Rehearsal DinnerMr.
Drapes Bedspreads, A Complete Hospital. Maternal grand-

Line Of Bath 8 Kitchen Towels parents are Mr and Mrs and Mrs. G.S. Brown Oshkosh W...., parents of the Carol Kleman and Larry Noegel
Ernest E Todd. were hosts at a dinner party bride Mr. and Mrs. John
Friday night. March 10, at Adams of Gainesville.Mr. and Repeat Vows at St. Marks I
SPECIAL Mr and Mrs. Tom Smith of their home at 1619 Raiford Mrs.Richard Self of Sarasota.

.... SII' ...H".. ,..$1 095Q. birth Morgan of road a daughter.announce Tonya the Noegel Road ,for and their his fiancee son, Larry Carol and Mr.Tom and Andrews Mrs. John of Jackson Jamison Miss Carol Jean Kleman of groom from Port Richey.

Nichole, born March 8 at Kleman, following the ville. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jacksonville daughter of Mr. They were attired identical to
Alachua General Hospital. couple's wedding rehearsal. DeWitt Alescla Odom of Port and Mrs. Donald Kleman of the Honor attendant.
OPENING SPECIRL Paternal; grandparents are Bridal place cards markedthe Richey Mr.and Mrs. William Oshko h. WIs.. and Larry Alescla Odom. niece of the
Mr. and !Mrs. Harold Smith. seating arrangements for Zellner of Clearwater. Mr. Schafer Noegel son of Mrs. groom, was flower girl and
9x12 Oval Maternal grandparents are the 30 guests. The tables were and Mrs. Douglas Scull Mrs. Jewelle Brown and Stanley S. carried a miniature nosegay, ,
$6695Room Mr.and Mrs. M.M. McRae all centered with arrangements Robert Beck Miss Ginny Noegel of Starke were unitedin similar to the attendants. '
Size Rugs of Starke. Tonya .joined at of red and pink camellias. Foley of Oshkosh WIs. marriage Saturday March The bride. given In I
home by a brother. Shannon Out-of-town guests were Mr. 11. at 4 p.m. In St. Mark's marriage by her father worea
and a sister. Heather and Mrs. Donald Kleman of Episcopal Church. Ivory silk organza over I
e Twins Celebrated Father John M. Flynn and taffeta gown with high rise
Jeans GMork - Father Fred G. Yerkes per- neckline cap sleeves, Venise II

( Clothes 'LL i! (} J \]ruIII\ BirthdayMar.ll 1 formed Decorating the nuptials.the altar were waist.lace on The bodice gown and featured an empire a I

Lots 'STARKE'S OWN BAKERY' Tim and Amy Lewis twin two gold branch spiral candel- full A-line skirt with attached I
af Bargains abras with arrangements of chapel train. A band of i
138 East Call Si Starke 964-5890 children of Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Lewis, celebrated their white gladioli pink carnations matching lace and seed pearls I
I seventh birthday at a party. yellow and white secured her elbow length veil
Saturday afternoon at their pompoms and baby's breath. of silk illusion. She carried
Come Out And 'Meet Lil & Audrey FOR EASTER home at 1316 W Madison A memory candle and unity pink bridal roses pink '
SHAPED CAKES candle completed. the carnations. yellow.daisy pompoms
They Are New To Starke But Not And Easter Cookies .The youngsters were given ceremon: >. ,* white pompoms.
of English Ivy taai .bufry;*
rldmf and 11m.. were Presenting a program "
To'The Business .. pony; '"'''music'' Joann breath.
World .. &LARGE. & SMALL played with Elizabeth Rowell. Uptl -were
John' Loper and Julie Canova organist, and Kathy A reception was held in the

964-6740 EGG SHAPED CAKES Ferguson The refreshment winning prizes.tables Taylor John Adams soloist.of Gainesville church mantel was Parish centered Hall.with The an

were decorated with pink. attended as best man. Tom arrangement of pink carnations -
Hwy 301 South Starke I ....................................... blue and yellow streamers Andrews of Jacksonville was white gladioli, yellow
and balloons. Punch,cake and groomsman and ushers wereJohn and white pompoms and
candied apples were served. Jamison of Jacksonvilleand baby's breath.
HOT CROSS BUNS DAILY Aaeistingln caring for the 20 Richard Self from. Mrs. Charles Darby
little guests were Mrs. Sarasota. directed the wedding and Mrs.
Pauline Tanner Gene Tanner Vickie Bech of Oshkosh John Adams kept the.bride's
I and Cora Day. WIs., served as matron of book.
honor.She wore a floor length The bride's table was
greenspray gown with cap centered with a wedding cake
sleeves empire waist with tieback decorated with pink roses.
and draped neckline. She pink lily-of-the-valley and
wore matching flowers in her lopped 1 with a i I nosegay of the
WALL CABINETS hair and carried a spray of bride's chosen colors.
pink carnations, yellow daisy The punch table was

I t t ..1 rr-: With Nylon Door Catches Br\nQ pompoms English ,ivy white and pompoms baby's, centered bowl encircled with a with crystal springer punch

r,i' breath. and pastel flowers.
,. Some With Open Shelves
Attendants were Darlene Mrs.John Adams Mrs.S.G.
: :
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-Elsie l Hall Celebrate! Terri Dyal Honored At Bridal ShowerMiss -

; atria.ei : oyldinneer honored Terrl Dyal,, April 29 f jarrangement, of camcllas, : 7I
:i Sunday brlde- lect of rt'yPaterson t ; flanked by white candles In
it) March 12' at the was honored at a miscellan silver holders. The cake was
i... pndMniohnR.IIARooL.ake eau! shower on March 7 given served from one end of the
'_i.Geneva by M.... Tom Casey, Mrs. table by Mrs. Tom Casey and
Included In the 35 attendlnll y. William Haas, M.... Gerald Mrs. Cynthia Schmitt poured
were all oT her children.; a ItOI'I : Norman Mrs Tullie Norman, hot spiced punch from the
Raymond dauHail 01'Cocoa : trr Mrs David Montgomery. silver tea service on the opposite 4
; Mr, and r Y Mrs. Cynthia Schmitt anaM. end.
.{*". Howard( Fox of Ormond ..., Hugh HutBon at the Other arrangements of !1IL'
Beach; daughter, Mr. and home the latter on Brown- camellas were In the party
Mrs. lee Jordan of Boole lee Road. .rooms. L
Md., and granddaughter'Ccry .r? Among the guests were Mrs;
.. ,and Mn. Patsy EddY of James E. Dyal.! mother of the A bridal game was played :
Gainesville Also included .' bride': Mrs. Lucy Finleygrandmother and a prize awarded before
were brother. t andMrs. the honoree her I.w
and sisters and 65 of the bride: ; opened gifts.
many guests : .Robert Paterson. motherof Miss Dyal received the v vSO

'. ...c- ....:-c the groom x covered casserole of her _
The refreshment table, chosen china from the
covered by a green tablecloth hostesses a momento.of the
YX .. .
: was centered with an occasion.

Mrs Edward Burns of .
Jacksonville was guest of Matt Waters Celebrates 2nd Birthday, h
Mrs. L.N. Pickering from
Little Matt Waters celebrated was carried out with matching
Wednesday. to Monday. table cloth, napkins and .
his second birthday cups.A
'Mr.and: Mrs. Charlie Garrison Saturday when his parents. big bunny cake centered the !
of Indiana were weekend y Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Waters, table.,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank gave a party for him and 14 The youngsters were given .
almet' at Klngslcy Lake. little friend at their home on popcorn bunnies and candy :
W. Madison street. egg favors.
Drew Barry of Birmingham The party was held in the Assisting were Malt's Bradford County IlespltalAazillary president Mrs. A.C. Bastard presents Iwo jump bags to be
Southern College! Ala. is home kitchen which was decoratedwith grandmother Mrs. R.A. used by tae emergency rescue units.
*-on''ten days spring break.The green and yellow Colson Mrs. Mark Moody and Accepting the bags and heavy duly scissors purchased by the auxiliary are actingdmlnUtrsUr
family will celebrate Drew's streamers. The Easter theme Mrs. Mike Waters. Patricia hey and EMT II, Clark Martin.
:and his grandmother's, Mrs. I
,*F,1I. Kramer's birthday at .a s Mullins Celebrated 17th Birthday
family:! dinner Friday night. It Patty -- ... .. 1 .rjonah ............................................
Patty Muller celebratedher R.S. Muuins at their home on ,

,,,,Mrs.J.R. Kite was weekend Bonnie Trlsler, Paul Rlffel 17th birthday Monday SR-100. Included Cecelia Terwillegar visited Mrs. Helen Genereux returned Lex Sanders and Gerogia
The 10
tguest of Mrs. J.C. Wallace in attending a
Jacksonville. evening at a surprise party few close: friends and her family In Sanford over the to her home In Springfield LeCain of the St. Johns
given by her mother, Mrs. members of Girl Scout weekend.Her sister, Madalyn Mass. Monday after twowl'ek. Country Day School will spend
12-'Mrs. James Montuoro and Bonnie Trisler, Paul Rlffel) To Wed l ll lltfl W9. Scott,of Coronado,Calif., wasalsSanford. .visit with Mr. and Mrs. Friday to Sunday with their I
I Robert Green. 5th and 6th grade classes: at
daughters of Hopkinsville. Ky. Cake and. ice cream were Va.
Jre spending this week with Miss Bonnie Trlsler, former graduate of Santa Fe CORK tJ..K- served. Williamsburg.
{tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bradford County resident has munity College. .'.IIDBIW
Mac Baldwin. announced her engagementand Mr. Rifle was a 1973 Local';' admittances to t : v
ipp' ; forthcoming marriage to graduate of Owen Valley High Bradford County Hospital this c JJBDrn'ill9 ,
( (
Miss Vicky Turner will re Paul II. Riffel of Gosport. Ind. School and Is currently week include: from Starke. ( ( $ (aa$ 'il (! 'i
!helve her degree in Early; Miss Trisler is the daughter employed by General Electricin Mrs. Annie Haynes, Miss
Childhood Education from the of the late Mr. and Mrs. RalphE. Bloomington, Ind. Velorla Deen. Mrs Essie Ave. 964-7358
N. Temple
University of Florida on Trisler also of Bradford Holland. Mrs.Mach McCloud, 800
Saturday.Mr. County.Mr. The couple will exchange Mrs. Reba Crews, Mrs. PROUDLY' PRESENTS '
Kiffel is the son of Mr. vows April 28 at 7 p.m. in the Deborah Sue Mathews, Mrs.
and Mrs. Frank and Mrs. Jack D. Riffel of Church of the Firstborn at Fannie O'Hara, Mrs. Marie
Palmer Jr. and son. Frank rural Goxport. Gosport. After a brief honey. Carmichael, Mrs. Irene
Palmer, III of Dallas Texas Miss Trisler was a 1972 moon to Niagra Falls and Mitchell Mis ,Jorotha BAR
spent last week with his honor graduate of Bradford Washington D.C. they, will Morris,Mrs. Elizabeth Crews. SALAD2OTypesOf
parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank High! School and a 1974 reside,in Goeport. Anvil\ O. Davis, Geroge .
Palmer at Kingsley Lake Goodell, Mrs. Carolyn
Williamson Mrs. Priscilla
Mr.and Mrs C.C. Smonk of Bobby Smith Celebrates 18th Birthday Austin John W. Crowson and
Jacksonville and Mrs. Billie
George Prevatt; Mrs. Mary .
Hall of Orlando were Sunday Ann Scott and Mrs. Bobble 3 Different .
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J.ll. Bobby Smith celebrated his cake and ice cream for the Jean Griffls from Lawtey 50
DuPre. lath birthday Sunday, March family the Home of his uncle ;
and Donald Cooper, Jr. from For $1 1
12, at a birthday and aunt, Mr.and Mrs Roy. E. Cool
Miss Melanie green of by his mother followed by Bryant on SR 16 E. Hamploa Crisp KindsOf,

Gainesville! spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. James Cash All You Can Eat
with her grandmother.. Mrs. and family of Orlando and Mr. Salads :
l.ex Green. HilliardFaulknerEngagement and Mrs. S.D. May of Iron .. Fresh Bread
t : .
Ga. weekend
City were
:' Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. of Sen. and Mrs.
I Khoden were Sunday visitors ToldMr. 1 1b'aulkaao 1r (Charles Johns and attendedthe
I of Mr.and Mrs. II B. Williams
! .e Brinson-Johns family To Select From Lunch & Night
of Gainesville. Different Salads
, and 'Mrs. Tommy L. Y reunion Sunday at the home of 3
Vernie Odom. Pearl Milliard announce the engage- Mr.and Mrs.Jerome Johns at
: 'Andrews and Janet Starling ment and approaching mar. Crystal Lake.
;, were in Orlando on Saturday riage of their daughter I

i attending the sales seminar .Teresa-(...1q Joey Faulkner, + III -_...._ __ ....... __ ._.u
Conducted by tho National-Askociatiorvof ''' -, son of Mr. and Mrs W.J. ; ...
...j.J all.DfLazka.., ..: I .0.
: .Ueajtor st ;i ., I ; ?.- Y, ., .
""Wfeddl inr'plans-will'-be-** j "
Mrs. J.B. Bakken and Miss nounced at a later date. 1; r .; ').;:..IRfifr'K'I'/ rM
Linda Bakken left Monday for ,
West Palm Beach to check on ,

Mrs.Bakken.following Bakken's. who an is nephew.hospitalized automobile-David tw 1ou..Kno", i r r

accident. 0
Mrs. Lila Caldwell and Mrs.
Mrs. George Braun of St. June Kdwarda: visited Mrs. r LTht
Paul Minn spent last Mondayto F.sma 'Yongue In the Ocal '

Hart.Thursday with !Mrs. W.H. Sunday.Convalescing Home on Teresa Milliard all girls, misses t

children Mrs. Charles of !Green Fink Cove and and dresses t'(
''Springs Mrs. Ella visited Moody on her Saturday.Mrs. mother,. We Wish to8ay"Thank8"toalIour ,

good friends & customers in '
Ethel Simmons in stock
Mrs. Virginia 'Parr of the area. The past years as ownersof I .
Richmond Va. were Friday
overnight guests! of Mrs. Kentucky Fried Chicken; have /s'c

Bertha Pearce. been great, and you ,our friends

Mr. and Mrs. Richard St. made them that '
John visited Mr. and Mrs. way ts.c'
St. John In Dradenton rot .
'''from Stephen Friday to Sunday. We've retired from the chicken $ H
Stephen St. John returned r *
'with his brother 'and family business, but we are still in town 1
for several days visit. See You Around.

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reddishand r
family of Fayetteville.; Charlie and Sybil Braswell

N.C are visiting his mother.
Mrs. P.D. Reddish and family .
from Thursday to Monday.


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Walkers Ready for r Brooker Council Still Haggling I

I don't see why ...'. of more !companies lot the
The Brooker town council through" all this engineer water system overhaul.
Walk-A-Thon Saturday gain haggled over the city's stuff" Other action of the !council
water system at its regular But councilmen Steve Included:
meeting Tuesday night with Nipper and A.B. Adams were
and a nurse will be on1, the basic question being In favor of staying with the -The swearing In of
Hundreds of feet will poundten street west on to course
Weld whether to bid out the overheat Eugene Melvin, who was not
first aid. and Parcel
on hand to give Sverdrup
miles of pavement Orange Street,
to be done on the at the swearing In
Pratt Street, Walking with the young systemor engineers.They present
Saturday as local walkers Orange Street to to let the Sverdrup and last Tuesday. >
participate In the annual west on Pratt to SR-IOO, weston people are Chamber of .rJl r Parcel .
March of Dimes Walk-A-Thon. SK-100 of Edwards Road, Commerce members Frank t I engineers continue seem to know what
The walk will begin at the turns back north on L'S-301 Williams, Elite Sanders, John with the work. they are doing! said Nipper. -Appointment of. A.B.
Reddish, He also pointed out that, since Adams chairman of the
rear of the new courthouse. and to Walnut Street and will Bradley, Dolph
Registration begins at 8:30.: end up back at the courthouse. Maxie Carter and Ken Platt. Thea1gineers had already the company had done the council, and Steve Nipper,
walking begins at 10 a.m. There will be a major breakat Also walking Is attorney J.J. been paid'.,040 for examining: examination: of the water vtce Walkers are asked to bring the National I Guard Wolbert. the present system and system, and prepared the
only their white sponsor sheet. Armory, with drinks providedby The Gator Band CB Club drawing up recommendationsfor report they were'the likely -An agreement of the council
Beginning at the courthouse McDonalds. The Starke will monitor the route, and the council.: ones to continue with the members to meet
will clubs and organizations In the work. Thursday, March 23 at Si:is
the participants willprtK.d Police Department pro elv "Why can't we get some
west to Grand Street, vide patrol car and officer to local schools are also parti pump man In here to look at It p.m. to examine) the roads into
t south on Grand to Weldon keep an eye out along the cipating. i + and give us an .estimate?" Attorney J.J. Wolbert work town needs, and to to be decide done to what
asked councilman C.J. Stal- pointed out that if the. town get
the roads in good condition.An .
naker. Stalnaker in favorof borrow the for
was plans to money

I Girl Caught in Stolen Car overhaul letting bids for the system the Home overhaul Administration from Farmers, as was agreement to let bids

.. for a contract for garbage
Eugene Melvin, a new discussed: earlier, "you're not
A female Juvenile was taken Butler, where she abandonedthe Deputy Wayne Mclntire coune.Uman.wCll'll In earlier In going to have a choice collectino: as the present contract
Into custody Thursday car at the packing shed on joined the chase.! the meeting, agreed with whether to have an engineer." Is expired. The bids will
evening March 9, by Union S.W. 2nd St. Then, she went to During the chase, the letting biela. 'lf he (the pump But the final 3-2 vote of the be opened at the next regular
County Sheriff's Deputies the residence of James R. Juvenile operator lost control Eugene Melvin .Is sworn In II'evIIncU..an by Clerk Eva man) gives you a guarantee I council was to let bids to three meeting.
Gary Seay and Wayne (Randy) Wilson. Jr. at 430 of the car and wrecked it. Clark.
Mclnlire, after she allegedlystole S.W. 4th Ave, and stole a I9C8

(evening two and cars resisted during being the door<< Dodge Sedan. 301 -S Resurfacing April (

J Moments later, she
stnppwl by Deputy Seay. was -

The Juvenile R a resident of seen by patroling Deputy Just over 7.5 miles of resurfacing quest,published Feb.23. must determine if It meets state requirements -
Arlpeka. Jo a. stole a 1972 Gary Seay, who observed the air
US-301 from south of be followed by a 30 daywaiting banning pollu
Plymouth 4-door car owned by erratic driving of the operator SR-lOO at Alligator Creek period In which the tion. DER Is allowed 10 days
Calvin Henley of Sta rke. In an attempt to stop the In of the
Bridge Starke to the public:can protest for Its evaluation oper-
According to Lt. D.L.. vehicle a high speed chase! Alachua County line of the plant and request a ation.
(Cochran spokesman for thekherifrs began, continuing on SK-238 is to schedule as
expected begin in late public hearing. If no protests If the goes
department, the going north. Immediately April and completed by mid- are filed with the DER officein planned the resurfacingproject
juvenile proceeded to Lake after the pursuit began July Gainesville DER could begin by the last
.......... personnelwill
I The Department of Transportation inspect the plant and week In April.
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__ (DOT) contract to ..tin.
resurface the highway was
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; awarded in February to Mac-
"We do more asphalt Corp. of Winter Haven A permit request,published in the Gainesville Sun.Thursday, l
for the low bid of 431218. The Feb. 23, for th flneration{ of a portable asphalt plant one mile
Bradford County project will west of Graham-otfSR-18,fulfills the requirements of the law although I
than just fill r remirfflr existing pavement residents In that area may never see the request, said a .
.fnr w, atucn 4 yl whit a type III asphalt con. Department of Environmental Regulation (DER) engineer.

out tax forms. We can w' concrete crete leveling friction and course an asphalt and DER engineer Ray DINardo from the Gainesville office I

installing reflective Tuesday said the company doing the resurfacing on US-301 is
markers US-301.pavement only required to run for one day a public notice in paper of its :
help save %": along choice with the widest circulation in that area. DINardo when I
you money."I The reflectors
t cause a asked said he did not have circulation figures for papers of the :
r ) thumping noise when a car '
People don't come to H&R Block just to have '' t w moves onto the center line and area.
also shine red when a driver is The law does not require posted notice on the property, said
their tax forms filled out. They come because! 1 kin traveling in the wrong direction DiNardo. He said he had not inspected the area yet and was not
Block: can help them save money. We dig for i along the four-lane high. sure if a notice had been placed.The public notice in the newspaper
deduction he added was to Insure the public had adequate notice andit
honest and credit. That'sReason I -
every way. limits the of the DER and the paving
No.1 1 why H&R Block should do your The company posted a Macasphalt liability Winter Haven. company.
taxes rl public notice to begin operation

_ _ of a portable asphalt The site location of the asphalt plant is the same site as a pre-
be located
plant to on SR-18 vious asphalt plant and maps are available at the Gainesville
H&R BLOCKTHE The BUS Symphonic Band received Superior ratings from judges In a District Band Contest. near Graham to service the office, said DiNardo.( The permit must be followed by a 30 day
Above, the Brats section. Below, the woodwind lection project Permission must be waiting period In which the public can protest the location of the
INCOME TAX PEOPLE received from the
plant and request a public: hearing.

StarkeFla 2ConvsrnentArae016cse, K.yalon.H.ghts, BHS Band Receives Superior'Rating mental portable Regulation plant. The of to permit Environ use the re-

118 N Walnut St In Monitor Building
The Bradford High School' reading events and was rated "Divergents" by Francis
964-8286 4732777Open Symphonic Band, under the by a panel of qualified judges. McBeth. Meet Set Next
Open 9-Weekdays Saludsy9d. Monday Friday 10.2 direction of Dean Camels The band received a Superior Since the band received a AnnualClay Thursday
Saturday 9-12 performed In a District BandContest rating the highest!of all, superior rating it has been Invited

No Appointments Necessary in Gainesville ratings, from all judges. The 40th annual general opposed by Robert Hartley gressman Bill Chappell. U.S.
Saturday, March 11. On the stage the band performed to participate .in. the meeting of.,UM Clay.Electric, unless,there are nominations Representative of Florida's4th
The band participated I In "Noble Men March"" State Band Contest In'TaUaVhABsee.The -" Cooperative,is eel Cor, next heard,.from.,.the ,floor,.at,th!>! j District .>'.i". b i>"tmi4iiEittertalrmrenr' ;
Stage.performance and sight-",, .by Fillmore, "Ramparts, by contest wl'tiiewlekend fie.t"-' Thursday, -Mw&i JWWl fttrAta 'Yn'I < ""the*
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Management Plan To Be Presented Keystone Heights. member can be nominated for highlight the day for those
-- The meeting will be opened the District Trustee positionby 5.000 members expected to
The regular meeting of the sently manages Fraser under the big tent at 9 a.m. any member of the cooper. attend the all-day. gathering.'
Thursday-Friday (.. --Bradford County Hospital Memorial in Macclenny and sharp. During this portion of ative (consumer of electricity -
board of trustees will be held Clay Memorial In Green Cove themeeting the three Trustee ) but the nominee must bea Door prizes will be awarded

Yes we still make our famous sundaes with true- Thursday,Feb.23,at 7 .m.in Springs( officers up for re-election, all resident of that particular to those lucky members
be intro District the nine the winning ticket ob-'
the hospital library 1 incumbents, will opening on holding
fruit toppings-like raspberry and pineapple Marcus Drewa, president of J.P. Hall, a board memberat duced. member. board. tained during the voting
And the richest chocolate and butterscotch the Methodist Hospital Clay Memorial will be pre- Sam Hogg of District 2, Besides voting for Trustees, process.
around We know that's the only way So come o Foundation will present to the sent to give his opinion of the Thomas L. Malphurs of the day's events will includean Free fried chicken dinners
treat yourself to your favorite flavor now and board a management plan for management given by the District 4 and Floyd Gnann of afternoon speech by Con- will be served at noon.
hospital. Methodist Methodist group. District 6 were previously
the pre
save At a participating DAIRY QUEEN" store nominated in District
Dairi* meetings in January. Only one Raiford Fails to Muster QuorumOn

Queen STARKE E i iU9301 trustee, Malphurs, will be

FIRESTONE I Filling Council Seat Vacancy

The I Raiford city council mem- missing. Council members
MOUNTING Low Priced Tires MUNTIN6 bers failed to muster a Calvin Varnes and Michael
Grand Prix Or Holiday quorum{ Monday night March "Bud" Dobbs were absent.
13. for a special meeting to Carroll told the group he'
4 Ply Polyester Whitewall Tire. discuss filling the vacancy on had researched the state
the council. statutes and the council
vacancy created when Sid
B78/13 19" G78/14 Sundae Raiford Community Center be filled by adoption of a.
E78/14 H78/14 > AaIc and Inspected the repair work. resolution by the council to
$2288 hold a special election or''
F78/14 G7815W? Charley Council members Joyce appointment to that position.
: ,y Norman and Herbie Whitten
L78/15 '28" H78/15 G:2 V E.Johna along with mayor J.D.Griffis. Taylor resigned in'
clerk Kathryn Alvarez and February leaving about a'
Ie attorney Wayne Carrcll: year and half left for the termof
: Buy Grand Prix 10-1 LT '42" waited for an hour before dir office.JROTCNEWS.

"A careless act can cause-

4 Wheeler. 11-15LT '48M another person to lose hitttiaht..h. .
.. lD88Cullnityanctresult :
12.15 LT 11
RVT in' a law suit for The JROTC went to were hard Inspectors but the
14-36.6-1 LT '74M $100,000 or more. The Columbia County High Schoolin JROTC here at Bradford
one usual $10.000 personal Lake City on Saturday passed Inspection with flying
ganotf All Tire Prices Plus FET & Old Tires liability policy Is no longer March 11. for the Drill Meet. colors!
Can the There were many other There were two cadets who
adequate. Charley
LUBE. REPACK AND E. John. Agency increase JROTC unit schools that,par. went through Individual drill
tlcipated In the meet which with their weapon: Charles
OIL 8t '. GREASE SEALS my ComprehensivePersonal was sponsored by the Colbert and Jesse Adams.
.,. Liability to Columbia High School Torch They both performed very
FILTER Protect inner wheel tree S100,000..even $1,000,000 Club. well, especially Charles
against dirt,duet and The Drill Team and Color Colbert who placed 3rd and
r.O for just a few dollars more
Include reduce chance of bearing '
up to five quart premium Guard from Bradford brought home a trophy!
of quality, motor oil. freeze-up. f cipated and both teams paced Working and drilling with that
c;: Charley E. fourth. 14 pound weapon "ain't no
1 q. N.rBH JROTC had Gator Guard piece of cake!" Those guys on'
JOHNS AGENCY officers from the ROTC unit at the drill team are good! *
the University of Florida -Sgt. Doug York
for. 3; : 131 S. WALNUT ST STARKE. which Inspected all JROTC Assistant Public;
$ -- $ 'Drum PHONE 964-5070 units present These officers Information Officer;
Any car type
888 or it duck For The Record."
Add *8 for disc brake

-' CPR CLASSES the In the March 9, 1978 Issue of1'

TELEGRAPH' we reported -
"f FRONT ENDALIGNMENT the arrest of Cheryl,,,
rTUNE-UPS Rae Griffis of Hampton. W.,
J CPR Classes will be held at the would like to emphasize that,
park f>lu... In nit ion pnna this i J Is not the Cheryl Jeanett,,
..M'I..rb.'ar ml, condsrniwr .oStt. Prattoonalignment I Bradford' Onion Area Vocational Grtffis of Starke "?

.8rt pomi dw.n.na t ; .,
..1.Mt MUnp.u. ;chuntn 'I ... Technical Center starting en .-- -
yatvfnnmMH3 tl\ yq fay skilled,, .
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rob valv ;("
elm dwinbuior, *,. Alt cap.Ti cramkraswvtni .,ark plus i., ... meehank, .. April, 1111. :b y.-K- : rr

Y. e*?,.,ear.eIl,unit.... vapor '..' .' .. .,,
>- Classes will be held Ms. Martel Johns and Mrs/
I" Marion Starling and daughter
$25SSAm.nca" n O Moot e Cytlo April 4th. 6th 11th and 13th Danielle of Jacksonville and
$1 e ".' c,.r. a Mrs. Victor Nettles of Lake
Electronic ignition, ,Q LT Trucks From 7:6 to 10:86 Butler were Sunday visitors of'
systems M less. art.ua. 1 If needed : p.m. : p.m. Mr. and Mrs Maude Carter,
1401 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. Add M for 8-cyl, ;, NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE s*. y
Some air cond.car extra "ORf actor y ale of totslon This Class is limited to 12 'Jr.
CAM00'' Car Includes r.*ltor plugs. bar car*, people.For Mr.and Mrs. Paul O. Brown.!
were In Athens, Ga. on busM:
Charge Emi! 'I '::E, \J' "4-1431 Further Information' Call 964-6150 ness last Wednesday to'


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There yie a handicapped child to be emotionally retarded need. If you have a child who
this duiu o efiAe Take, for example Bobby unW he was found by the Child can us* the services: of this
United Slate, looking for (which Is not hie real name. Find Project. Through program" or f If you know of a
,.r Children. Special Children. Bobby was born extremely examination It was found that child who hi not in school
a '' ,,lfk r, The group of people li Inwlv mentally retarded His his vision was extremely Im because of a handicap please
i w Child Find, and they are the choice to put him In an es through the local System In Gainesville.
ti, .. looking for children they call Institution, or to keep him at Mona Club. 3rJ-6t92. Or, call your local.
"exceptionar children which home Not wanting give him The Project can do many health department, and they
really means children who up she kept him at home and things to a child live a can put you In touch with Child
may have a hearing problem, the whole family's life was more heir life, but first Find
an eye problem, speech difficulties structured around him. they must find the child In Help them find the children.
a physical handicap
'i, I f'M r ., learning disability, emotional a When Bobby was 13: ,a friend ....... ... --"......
mailed his mother a newspaper
problems or mental retardation.

,' clipping about the Child I I
r li t i; The State of Florida' Find Pro)eet. She brought +
r'' i ri guarantees every handicapped Bobby to them whore the project -
child the right to free paid for his psychological I,
i i tiral public education. By law, evaluation. Bobby was placed
education programs must be Into a special school program,
:' rr made available for those and bean living more Tike a
students who desire them. He Is picked Op
? ,AAY Many people don't know each day by a school bus with
lye .err !rI that education must be a special seat Just for him. '
for their children Education and transportation
are just a few of the
I ," rr have been told that there Is no
: educational! program" to fit things that can be provided for
their child's special needs.
. r The Child Find. 'Project Is these special children once
,. y. qua they are found Physical
r therapy and. other servicescan 3 Bedroom, Furnished Carpet ,
trying to find such people whore also be arranged. A
unaware of what the 8850
school system can provide for Another child was thoughtFLORIDA


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A head-on collision just 2.2 Both vehicles were totaled, Wednesday afternoon when tal Monday following an accident 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Shingle Roof .+
miles south of Keystone on worth about (1,000 each. Albert Buchanan struck him. on Ida St. Wood Siding- Circle Kitchen 'I
SR-21 Monday morning Extent injuries Included Starke reported Anthony Leonard Aaron .f Furnished & Carpet $f AflA [
hospitalized three Keystone broken jaw fractured chin James Gram of Baldwinwas Starke was charged with g,
High School students with concussion broken rib, a bad charged with driving leaving the scene of the accident
multiple injuries. ly sprained ankle and possible while intoxicated and drivingwith that occurred 5:30: I 1I Large Selection Of 12 & 14 Wides
Injured were Roger Curtis spleen injury for Lamm. license suspended In a Monday. '
Lamm 17. Melrose; his Martin suffered a bad lace Saturday accident at the Starke police reported I 1 To Choose From 5780Starke .
passenger.Thomas Martin laceration, broken ribs one of intersection of US-301 and SB- Aaron said he was traveling .
19 Keystone Heights and which punctured his lung, anda 16. east on Ida St about M mph Home
William Jeffery Bryan 16. laceration on his arm. Graham was northbound onus which the child came into the
Melrose. the driver of the He Is also being observed -3ol and crossed the center street on a tricycle and Was
other vehicle. closely for possible spleen line and struck: a vehicle hit.Aaron said be stopped! and Vniortal "peNOew Center
They were all reported In I injury. driven by Johnnie Lee Walkerof checked the child beforethe
"fair- condition at the Bryan was reported to have St. Petersburg, police mother picked up the child
Alachua County Hospital in suffered a broken leg nose reported. Estimates of and took her to the 'hospital.! 1650 N. Temple Starke Fla. 964-8741
Gainesville at press time on and multiple bruises it was damage were $500 to the The driver said he
Tuesday Bryan had been .thought that Bryan might be Graham vehicle and $2,000 to scene then left and tried to '' "* :
transferred to his room while released Tuesday.According the Walker vehicle. contact the mother later.
Lamm and Martin remain In to Audrey Walker was taken to Bradford -
the Surgical Intensive Care Phillips who had spoken withMartin's County Hospital, treated
Unit. mother Tuesday and released.In .
According to Trooper Don morning the two in Intensivecare a three vehicle accident
Roberts with the Florida were stable and seemed Monday, Feb. 13. Starke
Highway Patrol, a blowout on to be improving. police reported Doris Austin '
the 191m! ; Chevrolet pickup Visitors were not caroms Whitehead of Starke was ,
driven by Bryan was the mended this early)! time. westbound on Call St. and
cause of the accident. No charges were filed In the struck the left front side of a SOftft'l Pit Q
Bryan northbound on SR accident. vehicle driven by Ronald
21. crossed the center line Eugene Griff of Starke who
whan.tithe !Nowoltl(( e wrred. nOlheYaceldenb' repOrted bjttik' was In the proceM dparWngv '
skidded .some ;35 fo ,dulling Florid", Hlghw I :t..f'1IitrofDClude TheMUriM- GrtfllBrvehlch> "*.*> I i _
m' dI1ltl8j1J 4iPdSir flkup. l'NC Wi .l'oh r t d"' (p Into tAtfWar ofsttradT' '* THURSDIJ''GHTi,
Upon Impact it spun Lamm a by Evelyn Kitchens after her owned by Medusa Leasing EVERTDELHOHICO
vehicle' .around flipping It vehicle was struck In the right 1 Corp. which was parked and t
over on its side In the south- side by a vehicle changing unoccupied. -
bound ditch. Bryan's vehicle lanes on US-301 Wednesday. Estimate( of damage were '
came to rest upon Impact In A Pennsylvania mn was $400 to the Whitehead vehicle, I IS
the southbound lane.
charged with reckless driving $500 to the Gratis vehicle and
It was thought by Trooper
after he struck the rear of a
damage to the truck.
Roberts that Bryan might no
have suffered internal injuries vehicle driven by Ted E. Tangella Sherrell Pittman
because hit steering wheel Manning of Maxville. of Starke was treated for FAMILY NIG.HTSONtJ'I
was almost completely broken Manning was turning Into a minor Injuries and released
oC(;, private drive on US-301 from Bradford County Hospl- tl ;: III .


,,25 BHS Students to Attend 4r '

;Regional Science Fair ,, ;.

High school students from The Talent Search competition Mrs. Woodley, UCI1S lJ
nine counties including Bradford Is a special area of the re science teacher, expressed
County will enter exhibits gional fair that Is open to all appreciation to many I sponsors
of scientific problems students in grades 10 12 that and helping hands in the
they have investigated and have projects entered.It Is nota areathelenablelhelsirtorununoothly.
attempted to solve in the requirement the fair contestants LCCC was noted as
Region 'IY Science and students In those being most helpful In providing
Engineering Fair at Lake City grades must choose to enter. the housing facility for
Community College March 16 Jerry McGriff of Bradford the fair and helping locate
and 17.Students. County High School Is the needed equipment for setting
from Bradford director of the Talent Search up the exhibits. -
County Include: Terry competition this year.The test inner special awarcu, in tne B
Carver.Cindy Griffith Denny for judging i consists of an In- form d certificates, will be
George, Teresa Knepper, depth 15 minute oral presentation presented by: NASA, Aerospace -
MichelleGullion, Betsy Yawn, of the student's project Research; National .,
Irene Po'alnwrlght Linda which shows the working pro Park Service, relating to environmental -
Richardson Alan Montgomery cess and results achieved. conservation;
Dwayne Baldwin. The oral presentation usually Junior Engineering Technological TEAK
Jesse Adams. Terri Thomas. includes a color slide Society; American
Luana Mundorff. Charlene presentation and use of other Speech and Hearing Association ,
Beam. Addle Melton.. Peggy visual aids and Is presented ; VS. Naval Institute $ 99
Cooper. Terry Goodtfo. Chuck before a panel of three Jud ee. marine technology; and the
Register. Kenny Kodrigue. Following the presentation, U.S. Air Force, Col. John
Brian Baldwin Vickie students are questioned by the Smitherman and Major
Corbett. Elaine Nugent. Judges Maynard Hilton.
Sylvia Pittman, Carol Flynn. SPECIAL
and Lori Shinn
Marie Woodley. part-time Dwight Slater'sFittJ f flEIM
Instructor for LCCCand Union
County High School teacher SIIf
for 24 years is director of the r
1978 Fair. She expects a
exhibits Open US. 301 &
from hundred the nine different counties. 7 A.M. 12 P.M a Walnut St ". STIAS BAXE0 POTATO SALAD Tea or Coffey 1IIIIIIiliEIT l
Winners will be
the exhibits and will be SUNBEAM nn8PK \ LARGE
eligible for the State Science IllS i I
and Enginering Fair' BKEA9 7'. I
scheduled later this. spring. 10 Ox.
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Entries will be judged on 2 Loaves f N.R. Btls. .
creativity, scientific know-
how thoroughness skill,
clarity ,and dramatic value. gOROEN'S ML 1IfII.tiS ..

Public view'ing hours are set'for MHJC ( 9 .

Friday, March 17 only; 1 .... Casa Is.
from 8:30: a.m. to 1 p.m. After a., Over Coal FREE FREE COFFEE -
I p.m..the projects will be dismantled
.by the students and Wednesday 0. nnu 6 Wednesday & Sunday Nights

waken TheproJects will\ be judged SYJA "'I" ECMrrnThey Stop !In After Stop In After Church
Thursday. March 16. by a
team of approximately 23 (( Look a Lot Uke Ants With Wings) I

judges Gainesville from and Jacksonville surrounding .If, Tos'ri Net Svrt CcH Us.3JLB R" l Bar. i

arena.Friday" Winners trophies-at 10 will and I.m.be certificates presented .W1 Crt awes. At BQ

There will be six top
winners In the tale Two pro :T
will be chosen as "Bestof FREE
jects the Fair" and the best biological 231 S..TE..tE. lIEs'' 964-8840 STARKE. FLORIDA

and best physical projects (Iniptotioni Estimate? ,,,.,r J will win first places In
both Junior and senior divisions. Directed By Graduate Entomologist


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I Golfers., End- ') ,Win Streak Lose tQ 01. ...,.:i Forest.

Ocala Forest edged one The Tornadoe.' ls won 171- Tuesday, BHS had won four Herrra led Bradford 171-180 trw: beat the obis by nine. Wade Winkler and Rich aftl
stroke, 153-154. by Bradford 180 over Buchhol on the straight matches, then lout to Buchholz on the I.1'110ft Joey Herres chipped for a Gaines each shot 49. Clair
High golfers on a windy University of Florida( this past Forest by one stroke course!! III (i iiiuipsvillo 'Ibis i pd ist birdie on number five was Turner shot fourth place 47.
Starke Golf and Country Club Monday, March 13. Joey Herres chipped for a :Monday oni" wt par coming into the Roberts birdied the number
course Tuesday, ending 'the birdie against Forest, the Clair 9brner'hut ,i )"' ml, nth hale, then i rook m II on par- t and 7 holes.. Winkler and
Tornado win atreak at four Forest 153-BHSIS4 second match In a row In Wad Winkl< r .1 i t4"Rattly i 4 number '(( hl\lJf.\ Gaines each had a birdie.
r Forest was the number four Richard Gaines led BIIS which he has done that. "It was cold Friday" said

ranked team In the state last against Ocala Forest with a Herres was one under par we didn I pi.,'"> the JutS 1416-Baker 169 Coach Adklnson, noUng the
year,Coach Warner.Adkinson one-over-par 37; Wade through five holes, then giplf( we !Khould< ."e fh,' Scott Roberts led Bradford temperature was about SO
Yes pointed out. "I don t guess itsa Winkler and Joey Hern shot bogied the sixth and double scores should have KH-D) (High with a .It* last Friday Inlairlcnnv with a much colder chill factor
disgrace to lose to the identical 38'1. and Scott bogied the seventh better" iui '
number four team In the Roberts was fourth man witha UHS last! (hi- ,nisi i match of c ant 166us'i, h> (taker High at It was the first Ume Brad
state,'* the Tornado mentor 41. Clair Turner shot 47. Bliam-BuchholiitH) the scuhon t talIu i ) 'lilii>l/ >hI' five the Vcn.clenn Jolf and ford High has beaten Baker 1n|
commented, adding the though her score didn't count Scott Roberta and Joev strokes. then i.imi-,, I h.'k to (Connlrv (tub Mucclcnny

Tornadoes could easily have Joe ValinHkl shot a 41, although I.. I ,----. -- -- ....L
von the closely fought match. his score djdn't count
Last Friday, March 10 BUS "I can't get four good scoresat
."rvv.NwA.rrdGa I I II .N'uY' { "t r ."" ?y? 9 I eat Baker High three one lick," said a dluj,
I trokes. 160-169 on the ppolnted Coach Adkloaon at
''lacclenny Golf and Country the narrow Ions.
tub course, the first time Lowest team total BUS !has
.: IIS has ever beaten Baker in shot in 153; the 134 nearly

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"'.V'-:" I.., f: : .4J';f': brooker Host Softball Tourney

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with First game Set Friday, :7'p.m.bySylvlu .

Wheeler The only four teams left to :

trooker is at it again on the play on Saturday, are : .. .. .,- :'
Knowles of Green Cove

irnament circuit vh dt.a m va
,,'other slow.pitch Softball Springs!,: Cedar Key -
beginning al 7 p.m. Restaurant of CL'\IIt.KI.'Y\ Cal
tourney March 17. Gas, of Fernandina Bench,
Richard' (liilnr' tm off to a god( | tart at Turndjy'i match Friday I It seems that the softball .and Super J'I'retzeLfof! Gaines N *'
Orala Fsreat.
aJalnllt ville. itjr'A. _
season doesn't officially begin
until team participates in
your All fans and friends of these :itg :
a Brooker tourney
BHS Nine Shut Out On Friday night, at 7 p m, teams are cordially invited to
McDonalds of Starke will play attend these< Businessmen of can well bet that Steve and
Gainesville Francis(ultrane .imaiks one Into the outfield In Thursday'sgame r
will have
Betty Nipper re
Gainesville. At 8 30, Plant-It-
Palatka : freshmenls for against(.aim skillr IIU'.li. The LMI\ Tornadoes lout to (>IIS
By 70Tough Earth will meet Clark Bulldozing everyone.
7-4. Mondav the li;uvliil to lot cladirn, whore they lost I.V5.
of Green Cove !': 1
t'ulatka shutout Santa Ft scored its final run At 9:45, Brooker
High in the fifth when Bernardo Waters' Bulldozing, formerly
Bradford l asct ailrs
> > 7.0 lUdcock's of Starke At .,
called ---
walker) stole second, -
on two hits Tuesday afternoon f I '
will meet 1
scored on an error pick off 10:45: Keystone _
March 14. on the local I Gwynn Athletic of High j S.
diamund in the top of the Mh because of The,game' loft Santa Fe 2,5, SprlnKS! FOOD : 1
ram. BUS' 7

The shutout was the eighth .
defeat for the y"unB"!/( I!$ nine pie
HI IS lost ::1-1 I 1 Monday to spRfwo ItC U
S.uila F'(? High/ Earlier: in the
week SilOtii't'! edged/ 3.1 I by ..,.'J<.L .. .
the Hnidlord t baseballer who ;. '
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went o.2 for the week'I '' Azalea I Sale I \ \ \

hope we can Ret( straightened !': .'. \ .Ii. *' _, : ;:-: _

out" says Coach Mike .. '...,. ; r A Favorite For Spring Beauty 1- JiLj : ;- : S
1I..1I'1I1'Y.I pointing!/( to the Itgame's : .'\ ''' .- : A ,
,ri ,;. ndAlfVearGreenery.Large
the schedule ,
on -
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,.. ,, J,,(..., d Dwarf Varieties $ eta E O HOT G or cntsP 0 R
\\e have the players to do ,"r' \ 11 Gat Size CAL FO PEA
it They Just I haven t had thatnotch HAMBURGER
Reg. 2.89Spring
baseball experience 8 T
I'ulalka scored runs in the PAK
first t inning, :.1 in the second Annuals L
All 7 were charged to I1IIS it SAVE 18C HEAD ALSO SILLS HOUSIHOLODs
starter. Mike Jackson, I ; iua a oiwsa
earned) I unearned/ Jackson t Vegetable PlantsBig

'pitched I and one-third
innings(! allowed:! hits walked Selection Favorites/ To + SAVE

6. and striickout I Plant Now f* 20d
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In .. lengthy relief\ stint Tray 59 Tray$1 I SAVE 30C GAL.
Duiky l Kilby pitched the rest of Of 8

*><*th*#)tame, allowed :t hits. t .
walked 2, and Cruifc<< out 6. I : :Si lrg.-rrl,, a .ty> e PAK i
Keithorlhriip got both
HIIS/ tills' ,i double in the Michigan Peat AUNT FANNY SAVE 18<<= 1e[
fcecond and a single in the SWEET JUICY gpyE 10d
fourth 1 Top Quality Bacterially! Active SoilConditionerHelps C ocoiayTWIRLS T a
BITS is IR t on the season \ Retain Moisture 31/$1 _
Palatka! 7-1 I f\ Reg '2" CAP1TALRPEv 6 9 E e __
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!Four games are slated 1 in 1 1 Bu Bag $199 6 PAK Largess Size q
the coming week HIIS host SOURDOUGH 0 4/
Keystone High here at 4 p m. $ SAVE 30C:
tomorrow I Friday. :March 17)) Fla. Peat. 127
!Next: Tuesday Match 21. !IllS: Bu. Bag r eas.
hosts Columbia /High in aI MUFFINS3/l .

pm. game "Next" Thursday.
March -a BItS will travel. tol.uke BULK VEGETABLE SEEDBush

City to return ('olumhiahigh's Beans Corn( Many Kinds) I..o.yl wRkr (!,p Y --DI_ (!!):J Jm ie '
!Next: Friday March M. BIISwilllrav..1 Pole Beans Greens'Sttd liZ' ANGEL FOOD LUSCIOUSSTRAWBERRIES

p.m, contest Lima Beans Squash ............ BAR CAKE / 5 LB BAG Jittti. 1O FOR

Field Peas Tomato Iwni 3/$1: tree 89C 2 PINTS $1OO

Santa.Fe I-Ullo: ; I Cucumber PeanutsAnd SAVE 2Ot SAVI 20HPANTItr MDNlNrrYWrlewihke

SIlO la'l'! High pasted\ its Many Other Varieties
second::1,1 I 1 woof the season on [ (iiJ: IiRr ..N..wwjp: ion Ic' 'r r is'
bascballcrs PANTRY PRIDI / r
Bradford High PAN"MIDa
HUT. "".1
:\1 ond.1 March 13. in a game Have The Nicest Lawn In Your Neighborhood DINNER'. DESSERTROLLS
which saw HHS hand out eight .
walks and bundle of errors.
Kevin Tillman pitched most @!!! a NOW IN 39c
3/$1 :
ol Ibt.ay for HHS allowing!,: Plant Qee STOCKIt's II
eat one hit the only one

s.t.t' go but walking 8 The Original Centipede Grass Seed _
tiafltar TiUmjn. also struck
Leg a lY ROOT LOWELL COMPRESSED AIR tvcryPaylowPrk SAVE rwrYDvtowrnce ,jj1 COMPARE -:wi't' wn

Hof'4''U'm4iD went :T-lor-3 Sae<< Pride Pret'ieiStix 55t

at V l the OMB pji.leJlh IUS the three only singles!BHStetter st: < TANK SPRAYER 20 LAY' CRE r1ORA,:j Tea flag Cut MAllq. Green Beans ito 51'1 1 .,4'I

f to really solve the ne J
pridkng of Santa Fe ace8uh Makes Your Spraying Jobs Fast 16o ra: 9! < COUNT 129 Hot Clntcolatelor! 1111 JO'.
Barnardo Bill Goodge \ [ 7 ,.....'.......... '
and(Arty Kilby each added a & Easy Look At One Today 50z CAN Mushrooms won 2/89t/ a'
urwte m three trips for a total aVUHK-l PREMIUM '-"
of use OtiS hits 2 Gal. $1 C97 SAUSAGEJS83/f $ Hydrox Cookies '101 794 'sre

a No. 1973 Reg. '19" W VIENNA ore IM I 3fS1 :
Bernardo In his secondrictrry sAre2ec Taco Shells '_fIU srst ,
3 Gal. .. : ., ., "..'ISAYE -
.DotyLowPotce [
user BUS this season. I'f',' w S321.
fanned 12 and walked only one No. 1975 -Reg 22" $1947 _ K FFV FRESHES Crn Grand Sugar Substitute..

batter BHS opened a 1-0 lead in the TOMATOWI SNACK SWEETPEAS Black Pepper .... 59t 21'

first inning when Kilby PASTE 19126
singled stole second and mRACU
scored on the first! of Jeffery PANTRY PRIDE 16o CAN ct'.4/$1 CRACKERS '.l 3/$1 Kosher SIll
Y.N Dills 20'
be surprised and pleasedwith STEWEDTOMATOES uuuumMltMH
!Norman's; safties 39 "
the mower The balance UlVtfl n-
SAYE hod' [ ,- lwDotyLowPlc. Figurines t M'* 3I/ I svt,
Santa t'et'nt ahead 2.1 in and the easy handling of a rrrWrtewstiin l 3/$1' io' ,
the fourth inning when the heavy duty ROTO-HOE. You'll uv HUNT'S 6oz '''jAM'Punch Detergent 99*. ir
lead off batter singled and L 14 ... ..
like the low price for the quality tool SNACK '
went to third base on a balk by _. JELLY Fabric Softener t. 19 '"I'
the BIIS pitcher and an error =: PACKLOBBY'S won n ,
oiv the second baseman. A 3/2 UP $.21995 1 qrY : 2 8ftc HotCocoa Mix Ilea. 994 to'
throwing error from the a"AO; D I\Jj .. ..R .ww....Nor Ni
catcher trying to pick the SFe C MarshmatlowsFoiled 3/1117'/
runner off third base 5 HP 289956HP ., U'G
allowedthe '[:=:z-;;. ,
h.DotyL whny j; 51'1/ 'isr
runner to score. The CREAM STYLE & ; Meat Jot
second SFe runner scored on e WHOLE KERNEL FOAMY 'a-'n 'm.
more' BIIS walks and errors. With Rear Mounted $CQQ95 APPLEJUICE a= 16oz CAN LtQUID Purina Cat Fo d... 61ST so:
9 O 51 f
Tiller Available Only : DITERG NY IwRPotatoe/YrI. M r 4.

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. BHS i Keep- On Improving-. '-' '.,,,'}.,',J-. ''h,"", ,"tr',, \v",. ..,""'" Weight Men Finish Season' ;': ,.::
finished a week I
really should have won, said I"j
(tel tennis which left Uw lady Coach Mike Sexton of the ) .
,Tornadoes with two wins Green Cove match "We are i with Grand Finale .'i.,
Wider their belt, but left the winning our share of the 4.: ; I

.men on equal footing, with one singles now, we just can't The Tornado weight men- 01 the will advance Marlin '
tWin, and one loss. capitalize on the doublet. Eight men Davis.< Slocum;'T1rn
Thursday the natters host finished up their season to the State. championship Jones, Mark Jono. .Charlea
BUS vs.Green Cove Gainesville at home at 3:30.: adlwhiaSaturday.. Yeomans; Mike' ,,;.oloIordan; ,
!Wednesday with a Lawrence Patrlck"and; Knl in
edged Green Cove
Then on Tuesday, March 21
,4Tuesday, with a better they travel to Lake City.BIISvs.EaiUMe fut.u finale over Clay County The elJd1t attendllll are Un Neel .
;..JUttlng game, according: to i 4 I' ).\:,, ; ...
Coach Melba Howard. CLEAN

Janice Jockei lost In i close 1 IIIAME .WT. BENCH, Is. JERK TOTAL':',,rpIACEYkfiPOINTllr': .
,,S-S and 3-$ In the ,
tiebreaker "
Both the men and women .f ""\{' fmammas ):; :
Merrl Ormsbee came back netters smashed past Eastside T, e1 125 1so. m'I INugent
with a win 9-8 and 5-4 In the Monday, with the lady D. 113 Ice ue 2G I \I
Donna Samons netters winning 6-2 and the Davl1.I. .' U' 1M lee 3SO II I ,$.
Won 8-$ and Cathy Futch lost men 52. Ely. 'Fr. liS 13:5 III ZH Z :3ulocim .
H. Jennifer Johns finished In the men's competition, M. 123 I he" f 175 371 1 f,, 5'
with a 3-3 win. Rodrigue defeated VanWie 8-8 Kenny Rodrigue smashes J....,T. 14. I Z5e UG 47. ,I.' ,I 'I' I !.
In the No. 1 position Carver his. serve &e VsnWIe ofEastilde. ,loess. M. 131 zes III 371 ,:3Jeaklaa.I 1
In doubles competition, lost In the No. 2 position 541 to lit Z2S lZO 440 ;.:;,j I 5Moore fi

Jockel and Ormsbee won 8-3, .,.,. <." ,", A. tM Z2S ZOS '4341 "z :I' .,,
while Samons and Futch lost White. Griff I outplayed Vana C 17S Z5S 215 470 Z :I.f:
i-8. McKenize In the No. Cl"epr. K. 181 28S ItS 1180 1 I
8-2 3
position In the women's competition, ,.
: Their season record so far Is and Pierce lost to Jett 18. .' Jockel smashed Sutton 84 In Patrick, L. 115 3GO Z5S ass 1 I ?/q J
H. Pratt defeated McDaniel 8- the No. I position, while Reddlah K. lit ZOO 10S "S y3'1 1 yt, ..
Neel K. In 17S tUS 478 ,, I '
.Green Cove turned the 4. Ormsbee defeated Learn 8-1 In \iI x;
a.plll. A. 1114 zoo IllS 38S ,1 :3 1 i
>> on the men. however, the No. 2 position. i
defeating them 43. The men In an exhibition match, .'
bad defeated Green Cove just Raulerson was defeated by Samons outplayed Cranskl I
Week ago by the name score. Gilchrist 4-6. In the No. 3 position 8-3 and

Futch defeated Hardy 8-1 in ]
Griffls lost to Sloan in the In doubles competition the No. 4 position. Track Team Places 9th in Invitational
No. I position 2-8, but Rodrt- Rodrigue and Griffis outplayed -
gue came back In,the No. 2 VanWie and McKenize Johns defeated Northan 8-& d fw
spot, beating 8-5. 8-3 and Carver and Hernandez in the No. S Melissa The Lady Tornado track Marian Puttman placed compared to the 3-A teams :

Carver defeated Dale 81. defeated White and Jett 9-8 Winkler, a freshmen in her ... u ...,. ,,' ..." .. ......_-..... '... team placed ninth In the third in the shot put with a that were there the'' .f
while Pratt lost $-8 to Sohm. and 5-4 In a tie-breaker. first match of the season.-was ;;;..iJio. ':f. ""I '" Palatka Invitational meet 34'8" throw. Merrl Ormsbee Tornadoes did "real well. : '
Hernandez finished with a win defeated by her Eastside /W!" ... ... ....."'. .. ".If : ..!... ,' :,,:,:"" :.( ...._'. .. .. ,'I' \ Saturday, coming close to placed fourth In the 880 yard ,
oVer Jenner, 97. According to the men's opponent 48. Ocala Vanguard and Fla. run with a 2:36.1: time. Bobby Smith placed first In ,
Hn doubles play Griffii and coach Mike Sexton "We're DAB, who tied for seventh Linda Richardson placed the discus throw with m'l""
Rodrigue lost to Sloan and starting to win now," he added In doubles play Jockel and T.J. Carver uses a firm backhand shot In Monday's match ce. fourth in the two mile run witha throw. David Carter placed
Daigle 2-8 and Carver and that the win-loss reigprd wouldbe Ormsbee outplayed Sutton against E..talde.KRAft The BUS ladles scored 17 time of 13304.: fifth In the 220 yard dash witha
Pierce lost 2-8 to Sohm and much better if so many and Granski 8-2 and Payne points, which put them In the The ladies will meet with St. time of 232.: Smith and
Jenner. games had not been rained and Sapp were defeated by ninth position under Ocala and Augustine and St. Joseph's Carter were the only .
The men are now 4-5. "We nit Learn and Hardy 58. Fla. D4B, who tied with 18 Academy Wednesday, March Tornadoes to place at the d
points. 15, In St. Augustine. They will meet. .
"We are progressing nicely also participate in the Lady Isaac Cummings improvedhis
and gaining more experienceeach Gator Relays In Gainesville shot put this week with a
meet," said Coach Jerry March 18. 45'6" shot. According to''
w1 McGriff. The meet was only Moxley, Cummings just
the second for the ladles, but The boys also placed ninthin missed placing.
ft-vin at least fifth for the other the invitational, with a total Avery Shell also barely
:it6W; ; if Usvyjllfso FOOD teams participating.Cindy of nine points. missed finals with a 10:8 time .
Griffith set a new Coach Ben "
Moxley in the tOO yard dash.
) t i school record for the mile run described the team's performance The boys travel to St. )
L juj i with a time of 5:28.4: the old as "fair, Augustine Wednesday and
record being 8:31.6.: She also cone" Bering the number of 4-A hope to do better against St. '
FAIR placed second In the 880 yard teams that were parti- Augustine and St. Joseph's i .
. : run with a 2:29.1: time. cipating." He added that Academy !' fi; ;

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L EGGS This 'Saturday, March 18 loose anytime and cut It off plans to stay Number One. ,
ASSORTED Bradford Bassmasters wllilaunch even faster. I'm sure Don Thompson Is
18oz JAR their boats at Cross On behalf of the Club, I gunning for an upset so Dale.
Creek Fish Camp at 6:30: a.m. would like to welcome three had better make plans to use
FLAV09RS CSAU for the March tournament.Dale new Basamasterg': Elwood more than one rod and reel.
C "" """" 59 Smith. Larry Sheffield and Dale Johns and his Dad
SAVE Johns and myself were Terri Mundorff. We wish you landed a fine,string of bass
1acl "qt- 50 on Lochlosa a few days ago. luck as you seek out those over the weekend. Carl landedan
The. water Is high the wind unpredictable bass. eight pounder.
t was too. We got rained out; The County Commissioners '" ....,.''..
.. ,,, ....., .. do As of the top :10 have stated that the Hampton--*""*
r Miltwwwir iailloNNiw.i .--- ", *, "'i: ,.didn't get to much fishing. .
wk tu txw5 .. .
M NN?it, 1 M. aMRl11', IM,1 MNMY, Marp'ln. .0; ,1N''ZI" III Orange and LochlooM are fishermen among--we Buff-'; 4 Ramp will be fixed this year ,
aa111111AW.a11 very high plenty of water, masters are: Dale Johns, Don They also told me they will_
"" Aielrods/ Cliaeseuw sille ..* andstuTrising. Thompson Pat Welch, Harold make an effort to remove the \
r an Mlle fM WMNt d Bass fishing has been slowon Branham, Eddy Bryan Chuck tree from the canal at Santa ;

21' 71 Cottage Cheese,, ,.war 89 ID* both lakes,according to re Durkee Don Brown. Jody Fe Lake.
""" ports.Bob. Starling, CoU Bell, W.T. I'm in hopes that some work
Canliscuits"'a wof 4/49/ JD Taylor and Bob Allen Smith. can be done at the Santa Fe
have made trip or two to The March tourney will be Ramp before the annual fish -
Orange in the past few days. the eighth of tto year. Time is fry in May. This ramp needs
21, r. 114CROd1E ,According to them, bass slipping by. No one In the top Improving. "
fishing is slow. But, at you 10 has a firm hold on his Bass Wishes
know, those bass can break position. Dale has told me he Neil Crawford

Green Machine Wins Softball Tournament

Cg01dE by Sylvia Wheeler was fom Hannigan with 4. Game number three for the .
The Green Machine The next game saw the Machine was against the State
Skinless 88 Lykes f2" traveled to Winter Haven over Machine meet and defeat the Church champs, Turkey
Franks Ia1Na 21' 0 Grill Franks ,uan the weekend of March 11 12 Stauffier Chemical club of Creek. After a hard-fought,
Sliced 11I Smoked Wranglers I=VAm' and won the Winter Haven South Florida. 26-8. The close game of 26-22 the Green-
Bologna Na as 20' to nee Invitational Softball tournament Machine stroked 12 homers to men came out on top once
Shced Balogna 111 Link Sausages) s1"ro" going undefeated,4 wins make up for the four errors again. Turkey Creek popped 8
I>d, 20' aNaa and no losses. made In the field. Terry balls out of the park. while the

". ,y'DoI l: !'.ri 'f"ITO" The Machine began by Stratton collected honors for Machine led with a steady 14
meeting the E.J. Keefe teamof pounding out 3 homers and homers. Leading hitters for
'>n '," Johnell number
.." Lakeland and put them Into game 3 were first i
the losers' bracket of the slow Tibbies" (HBI'S by bringing basemen Kenneth Carlton and '

,,'DRISKITS.. pitch tournament with a score home 5 runners. Smith also pitcher Mike Hartley going 4
.n "f ''If!
Y ,w of 153. The Machine hit for a batted a perfect game going 5 the plate. The Machine
V : :: '.1 i 538 batting average for the for 5 at the plate for the game. led. still with a batting
..... .' first game of the tourney, The batting average for this average of .609. The averagefor
rapping out 21 hits In 38 tripsto gave was .569 after getting 26 three games now tallied
KP the plate. Leading RBI man hits In 46 trips to the plate. .577.
k .
i 1 III ptryp YL wprke aii'AlilWFtltJ'DS p i .. --...... In the final game of the
rl ,
::t' ayow'PtU:. Ie.tiNll'Rv'ItII .
VLASIC SAVE 40U r '". tourney Sunday March 12, the
Ols untSCHLITZ 6 ) ".15<>' Machine again met the I
KOSHER or **<>* JAR 12oz CAN :WHI'lE C.ANIJ. I Turkey Creek club, which was
:' kq A battling back out of the losers'
POLISH POTATOESA.. $ .., bracket and clubbed them.
,'" 56-15. I It t was definitely a Green
89c BEER $139 ": .Yirrf., r.ir.flhO'r-"" : JBCOKE FREE'
: DILLS weekend for Winter Haven.
Tom Hannigan grabbed 10
SPRITE,; GOLD RIB'S for the 4th and final
.........L..ACW. ( ................... ) TAB AALL' game. While crediting 20 .
v or
GaNTLa TOUCH SNO aOWL home-runs to the plus side. of
I BAR BATHROOMCLEANIR Mr. P5BB the score card the Machine
claimed honors in first place
SOAP PORK & 32oza" oldWhere for the tourney. Johnell Smith
4/$1 and Randall McGee hit 3homei'll .
-' ". ': 3/$1. 1S.I 2/4l PtuBci osn'Ave ". .. game.For each in the final e

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You See firer
l ; weekend tallies, the

esvI ....ry""' L ..';k.' BARGAIN IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE Gold Hat fREE'When'IbJ !Machine's debit side of the '
I CLOSE UP :SUA". ., ouAataow This Sign book looked like this: AT
TV .
f ORIGINAL HITS TOOTH'PASTE- SHAMPOO' 44 ALALL. YOU DO IS BUY 3 NAPA 'I | MC "orMrrnMrt 123. lilTS 137, RBl'S. 1 123 '
> OF THE 70's : ',:.:, .' PANTY MAIL US PROOFS OF PURCHASE d; '. .ft62. ,
s 77< aeouuleoa secRfl'I shier AND SALES SUP.WE'LL _.._r._ 01 Leading man for the.
?'7i $ 97 {NV C < ALL MODS.ASST. A NAPA I: it.tlo: ;"';; .. tourney was Kenneth Carlton, '
Tuaa 66 9g SEND YOU
TAPE SHAOSS I sn 0-- Pall who slapped out 8 homers and
eAVe eta GOLD ; hit a remarkable 810 for the 4 '
rf' U' slwrrvnO w/w al..lart...,, (g) i'',, I games played. All players for ,
8CHICX8UPER4I I the Machine co ected/ from 1
B.C. SECRET 1 to 8 homers for the weekend. '
.DEODORIZCK FANT1E5 with 16. Tommy Hannigan .
MCT. S seT '177 T. R. Ftetlllf M.n g r804984C060 l I'' won MVP for the Tourney for .
excellence In offensive and ;
defensive playing. ,
S \. When asked about the per- r
j II III IIiNAfr formance of (4he team,
,' ; Jack' llazen.
**! ontAiNi t; sponsor-coach: < '
HAT WARE and assistant coach Ronnie ,1
I Thomas,commented that"we .
s 1 LIQUID DETERGENT DISHWASHER DETERGENT I have to work on the,legs a
8 little, but other than that; '
1 FORKS there's very little to complainabout" ;...,
QUARTS 2.48 It
This Is the first of a long line
OUAUTY AUTOMOTIVI PACTS AND" SEMVICI of tournament wins, for the
Machine for 1978.



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; .. Fried Chicken Eaters Aid Leukemia VictimEarly
> Young
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'" h. .,.. .. '" -. .. ". .., -- Cookie were Bird in and fine Sugar form Linda Steve's Mostly fight began In',

Saturday as they took,Uffithe December when he appeared-
air waves to talk drivers on to be suffering from a vies In- "'
busy U.S. 301 Into buying faction, which he was*unable js
Ji.eoo worth of chicken, to throw off. Early in January >
dinners. for a worthy cause.. his parents took him to a '+
I In Gainesville
The "cause" in this case the blood
'tHl who found boy's
9 Fsr was two-year-old SteveMurphy ,1w count too low,and he was sentto
who In the two Shands hospital where the
months since doctors' ,
prof diagnosis was leukemia. "-
nounced him a Leukemia victim

has run up over 110,000 In Chemotherapy was started, .
hospital, doctors', ',.and: and In February Steve was
therapy bills. -" given a relatively new treat

ment,radiation therapy on the
It Is a "catastrophic" caseIn head in order to prevent brain, .
which Steve's .
L IW' parents damage that could affect the
I : Stephen and Helen Murphy of central nervous system. Now
Road had
Morgan no way to
Steve wean a cap, since the
take care of such obligations,
radiation treatment cause the
especially since the father recently
loss of his hair.
changed Jobs and was
presently without hospital Insurance But he's feeling better now,
and is more like his old self,
although some of the weekly
But Early Bird and Sugar chemo therapy makes him ill.
Ii Cookie, together with other and his appetite for toolvaries
T ACTION; Gatorland CB enthusiastswent with the kind of drugshe
to bat and staged a highly i
successful Coffee Break
+ ,
..... operation two weeks ago that His parents have expressed,
I l- ': brought In 1,500. In addition deep gratitude to the First
I rS. to $1,600 from Saturday's Christian Church, who sponsored ..
chicken feat, and 1759! from Saturday's 'chicken'
raffling off $150 worth>> of dinner to Gatorland CB clubbers -
Leukemia victim ;
/ 5-year-old draws ticket fund event
Stephen Murphy, winning at raising
dressed pork, cash donations who staged the coffee
last Saturday.From left are Stephen's mother, Helen Murphy j Suite King, chairman; and break
totaled and for friends
have $1,000, bringingthe
Odette Brown, known In CB circles as"Sugar Cookie." many
-- amount raised for Steve to who have made contibutions, '
around $5,000.( HRS, throughits and helped in other to
: wtwtcjt( Children's Medical SerFORESTRY- vices, Is helping with the drugs. Another two year wait, Steve in his fight tar life. give Steve and his ways parents
chemo therapy, and thanks to and If cancer does not reappear Early Bird is Lindy Norman new hope.
\ all the efforts and medical he will be pronouncedcured. of Keystone Heights, and

18 I treatments, Steve's last bone Sugar Cookie is Odette Brown
JF! marrow biopsy Indicated he of Waldo. Others who have -SERVICEMEN-
was In a state of remission But to get back to Early carried the ball In the successful -
1 holding his own. After three Bird and Sugar Cookie, they fund raising efforts are Patrick EarnsCommendation

-..- IN BRADFORD COUNTS t(.more years of therapy if are past masters of the CB Suzie King, who was chair- Medal
"" ,-' biopsies continue to show no lingo and have worked their man of last Saturday's event.,

.... ... F.'may bv Hank Cochran cancer he .will be taken off vocal chords untiringly to help and her.right-arm 8ulstant.Le..ers ,assigned Meritorious to the 89th service Organizational while-.

FUSIFORM RUST Maintenance Squadronat
Joel Steinberg, director of BUARC. flanked by two Sunny Acres clients showing a few Andrews AFB, Md., has
of the many Items to be sold In a fund-railing auction at the. Starke Farmers Market this Each March and April earned the U.S. Air Force

Saturday. people are astonished and Commendation Medal for,
concerned with the yellow- .Master Sergeant William B.
orange powder emergingfrom Patrick son of Mr. and Mrs. ,
Come to The AuctionEverybody slash and loblolly pines. W M. Patrick of Rt. I, Lawtey.

is It? Where did it Patrick
come from? What can I do to Student. Hotly President; Protests Unused Rellromll at BUS sented the medal at Beckley,

likes an auction, and In addition to training in woodworking prevent or cure the problem? W Va., where he now servesas

everybody likes to help a worthwhilecause. furniture refinishing and other These are just a few of the An Open Letter To The Tax an Air Force recruiter witha
/ running through I have talked to Mr. Is a waste of tax dollars unit of the Air
skills, the Sunshine Acres group re questions your minds as you observe payers of Bradford County: Francis, principal at the High If would like to see the Command.A Training
ceives some educational training everyday this spectacle. School, about opening the
As Student Body Presidentof restrooms three different restrooms opened so your tax 1962 graduate of Bradford
.The First Annual BUARC Auction, aimed at them improve on
helping be wasted
What the Bradford High School feel High School the has
you are seeing are occasions. I was told on the sergeant
set for Saturday. March 18, at the their daily living skills. They also spores of a fungus known as It Is my responsibility to In- third occasion that the rest. anymore call Mr Tom Caseyat studied at the University of' .
Starke Farmers Market, will give the receive counseling and a program of 'Cronartium fusiforme.' form the taxpayers of Brad- rooms would not be opened \964-7757 and voice your Maryland Far East Division
public an opportunity to have fun and at leisure activities is being developed, ford County about a waste of because the students would be opinion There are 12 weeks of at Ching Chuan Kang AB.
the time assist in funding Sunshine such visits to These fungal spores cause their tax dollars currently destructive and tear up the school left and it seems as Taiwan.
as bowling, area museums, the most destructive pine taking place at Bradford High though the restrooms could be
Acres, the sheltered workshop that is and field trips to Marineland and other disease in Florida, fusiformrust. School. then facilities called In the the restrooms. I unlocked and made available Sergeant Patrick's wife,

helping retarded citizens of Bradfordand nearby attractions.The Schools, Mr.Superintendentof Tom for student use. Any student In Regina is the daughter of Mr.
Union Counties to live a more When the blueprints were about the situation. He told Casey classes in this part of the and Mrs. J.H. Church ofWinston
In order for the fungus to drawn up for the new phase at building must go to another Salem, N.C.
normal live in their communities rather he would look into the
director Joel has four
Steinberg, spread to other pines, they the High School male and female wing in order to use a rest-
than sitting at home or becoming a wardof full.time assistants, as well as volunteer must live part of their life on rest rooms were In- situation. The restrooms room. \
the state in some expensive insti instructors from Lawtey Correctional the underside of an oak leaf. cluded. When constructionwas remain locked! Charles L. Register "M qr>l" the only animal

tution. volunteer isneeded. completed both male and President BHS that eats his| friends
Institution. More help Oaks are rarely affected by If the school personnel knew Student Body Anonym
j I: fusiform rust, but the toll on female restrooms were the students would destroy the ..,.. ;..,
Saturday's. auction is. only of the ...ala.tib..aod Is completed and ready for use.Howevorj 'restr oms why was an architect
one is torn'. .. loblolly pines .
Another need at Sunshine Acres io -this i day thece ,aid 'to' >draw--op blueprints y.11// I "'' "' '' tai' wl '
fund-raising efforts planned by BUARC more subcontractural work which can be astounding. same restrooms have remained and why was a con- : 'Cowflt7IAgontst I val/By V"'nom

in an attempt to raise needed matching performed by the clients such as It was estimated in 1972, locked and unavail- tractor paid to construct the c:1"J'
funds for a $100,000 federal grant to furniture refinishing, and the making of over $8 million worth of able for student use. restrooms? In my opinion this Notebook Bobby'r'
BUARC (Bradford timber was lost at the stump,
operate an wood items, such as survey stakes, In Florida to fusiform rust. .iF. Taylor' ,
Union' Association of Retarded
which they have produced under This translates into a loss of JOIN TIIK PARADE FOR WATER WORKS rl;.. _- Phones 9M4280 ,
Citizens) next year. Twenty-five adultsare contract in the past. Businesses or some $750 million worth of Extension Zoeslower -

presently enrolled in the program at industries in need of such services are finished products, or Editor, Telegraph: South," and emerging as Your garden plans should be growing ones. The

Sunshine Acres on Highway 16 west of invited to discuss their needs with the approximately 433,000 cords another Fountain of Youth, well under way by now even fast.growing radishes are out
Starke, and it is hoped to increase the Acres director. or wood. Not to mention the If our Starke friends and and belated better times for a though we are still getting of the way before the longer- '
Sunshine number of
enrollment to 35 next year. trees removed neighbors hear a violent new aggressive Hampton! some cool temperatures and growing crop needs the space.
from homesites. And to say explosion, be of good cheer, heavy rains. You should have
Next Saturday's auction will give the the least, Florida has the as it probably isn't another If Hampton Is successful, at selected the site for your -Allow ample space be- )
The for is Title lowest rust Incidence of all the least half the funds will be tween of convenient
grant being applied a community an opportunity to show its railroad tankcar tragedy on a garden and should have a design rows
XX (Development Training Program) and of what Southeastern States. but voiced opposition from a grant (free), and the balanceon showing the actual cultivation with the type of
under HRS and the $100,000 sought support the retraded Young, succulent seedlings minority to the proposed new a 4o-year 5 percent loan. I arrangement of each vege- tool you plan to use.
BUARC is doing for wish I could start a new
would be made 75 cent federal are most to contract'this Hampton water system. table in the garden area. Here -Don't much
up by per citizens of the county who would other- prone business with my Initial outlay are some suggestions that plant too of'
funds; 12.5 per cent state funds; and 12.5 wise be sitting at home or leading disease. Fusiform the stem rust The main resentment con- given to me and the rest at 5 may be helpful: arty one crop at one time;
may appear on or especially those which
The local share would be to Play this on crops
local funds. cerns requiring everyone percent. any
institution.This .
in branches. If the
unproductive lives some spores are not must be eaten fresh, like
hook on to the system, even mental piano, then check and -Group crops by similar
$12,500. appreciation and cooperation may present, the rust looks like an those already owning their see If any relative, friend, planting and maturation dates radish and cannot be stored. I

be shown, not only by attending the elongated swelling, called a wells so as to keep the basic stranger, bank or savings and in. order to keep the entire Follow our Planting Guide to I,
The basic purpose of the program is to auction, but by contributing articles in rate at a liveable level.I loan association will play the garden in production as muchas determine how much a row of f

keep retarded citizens out of institutions advance to be auctioned off Saturday by Young seedlings possessinga same tune! Or will Hamptonwait possible. Within each each crop will yield.To .
where the<< costs of maintaining one clientis Nelson. stem gall often die within 3-4 suggest to all hands to until the cost of the grouping (block), give ,
auctioneer Gilbert Anythingthat years. Those that continue to allow indigents, shut-Ins, system increases another consideration to arrangement provide fresh vegetables
In this
contrast to
per year. is saleable will be welcome. grow, often break at the point elderly persons on thin Social hundred thousand; with according to plant size over a long period of
the BUARC program costs $1,900 a of Infection during severe Security checks, to be first in possibly no grant money time make interval plantings
year, and has the advantage of keepingthe Articles be contributed by calling windstorms. 'their minds, as it won't be a available at a later date? -Arrange low-growing: of any one vegetable every 10
may '' for those vegetables such as radish, to 14 days. This practice '
client at home where he or she can service 'watery grave smart
964-7699 or 964.5758, and pick-up Often we have complained enough and prosperous I ask In turnips mustard and lettuce works particulary well for
live normal life within the anyone
a more will be provided. Clean out your attic or about the poor Internal drain ''enough to have their own who objects to ask themselves along one side of the gardenor crops such as beans, sweet
community and the family circle. carport, and then join in the fun by age of our soils. For once we well as eventually St. Peter the following questions and let ( block), the medium tall corn and peas which have a
According to HRS records, there are 68 coming to the auction. Inspection of should be thankful. It has been may greet them and say; their conscious be their growing plants such as short "peak" period of *
persons in Bradford and Union Countieswho 8:30 with the actual shown, rust incidence is mini- Welcome brother (and sisterly) guide: Do I object because it peppers bush beans and quality.
at .
items starts a.m.
: mized in areas exhibiting poor special place has been squash in the middle of the, :
are eligible to be enrolled in the a re- : ,
cost little -Plant two or morevarieties '
o'clock. mea
auction set for 10 drainage. Intensive site pre-- served for you, since you more garden, and the tall-growing
BUARC program. paration and pine monucul- made a sacrifice for those less money?Can't I afford to try to vegetables such as pole beans, having different
lures have increased rust inci fortunate. heir Hampton so everyone sweet corn and stake maturity dates to prolong the'season
dence. have a rate that is live- tomatoes along the other side. for any one crop. While
I ., It irritates me to hear a able to them? Let's face It, Such arrangements minimize genetic crossing may occur,
The Simple LifeSome The only sure way we can local business man, In a fine everyone Is growing older, so. shading effects. this Is a problem only in sweet
eradicate fusiform rust is to ,
county position supported why not "Let George" (The corn where "xenia" effects
eliminate all the oaks. A task entirely by tax payers, saying show up on the ears '
City) do it, taking life easier -More than one crop, each
Some people thought Thoreau was toward "the simple life" which may clearly beyond our capabilities. "he will be "ding donged"* (not ourselves. Leave the drivingand requiring about the same (example: yellow kernels )

eccentric, but perhaps he was just aheadof affect the American economy, openingnew his exact words) if he wants to spacing, may be planted within mixed with white ones). ,
headaches to
his time when he retreated from the opportunities for businesses that In order to minimize the join the water system, when Hampton so a single row. blocks
he Is doing all right for himself one never has to entirely -Plant sweet corn in :
complications and frustrations of l life and plan ahead. The buying impluses of risk of pine stands contacting with thousands of dollars from on his own pump and -' Run rows north and south rather than In single rows so

spent a year in blissful solitude at those who opt for the simple l life will fusiform rust, forest owners' the county. (Not a member of well Don't forget a new so that exposure to sunlight is that much pollen is present In
should obtain and plant rust. Commission). I for all Under the air around the corn stalks.
Walden Pond. tend toward saving saving the County and even rows. cer-
money resistant now then with
seedlings. They are pump
,, humbly suggest that he checka tain conditions, planting on This practice should produce
back credit buying, available from of'' labor costs, plus electricitymeans
cutting on
energy, a varieity dictionary for "sacrifice and the south side slope of a bed better pollination and ear (Ill-
At least, sociologists have noted that and more reliance on do-it-yourself. It is sources. cooperation" and perhaps he free. your own water Is not running east and west might out.

something strange and fascinating is apparent that the 'Voluntary simplicity The second consideration 13 will change his ding-donged need The the green chips are light down on ,GO we, have advantages such as wind -Even in Florida, a cori-\ '

taking place in American society a movement" tends to embrace the philo- to plant the right pine species ,;,. mind and Join: and on St. Patrick's Day protection and quicker soil tlnuous year-around supply of '

definite trend to the more simple life sophy that "less is better" with emphasis on theta proper site. Planting off Consider possibility of a March 17, the Wearing of The warm up. fresh vegetables Is not prac- .'

after a surfeit of luxuries that do not on purchases based on need rather leads to Increased f inci lower insurance rate, and Green is an appropriate day to i o...Crops'that: span more than heal: due to seasonal '
satisfy amusements that do not than desire. dance saving a life or home with join the parade for the waterworks one season, such as straw variations. For an ample '
amuse, imall berries should be to of most seasonal Items .'
and water hydrants and even though a placed supply .
a giddy round of activities that leave And the trend isn't confined to For homeowners, obtaining sufficient more 'Water personal sacrifice to help one side of the garden to they approximately one-tenth acre '
one mentally and physically exhausted.The any a few superior seedlings and Volunteer.joiners will pressure.deservethe Hampton I! do not Interfere with seasonal per each member of the '.
one age or income group. It is a volun- having a choice of selected credit of ending the poor preparation of the garden. family should be sufficient.

new trend Is currently being tary movement toward economy and sites is difficult to achieve. Hampton 'publicity as the -William H.Summers, Interplant=
quick-growing '
studied by social scientists at Stanford simplicity, and is not made mandatoryby "Sabara Desert of The Mayor Hampton,Fla crops like radish among that-Design crop rotation your Is garden practiced.'so i:

Research Institute, where observers inability to purchase extravagantitems. Many pines live for decades This practice primarily prevents -

have detected a significant new life-style with stem Infections, then diseases from living' >
R they describe as "voluntary many pines! are broken in the pRin over from season -to season '
r simplicity. yard. Should your pine be h. to void the
4 Try growing same :a
'Stanford Some of the simplicity trend may be' severely Infected and Is In 7.I atiliijiq4BOB vegetable in the same location '
research indicates the begin attributed of course to the prospect of close proximity to your home aunt more often than once ''every t
ning of a mass movement among all continuing inflation, but basically it re- It may.be wise to remove it. ly, M kuMhts three' In fact, rotation *
,j ; of people which may have far-reaching flects a growing lifestyle that places a I should beeaby families of crops >
effects the Unsightly. branch'galls as well as by individual >J't
on way business and the "basics" FERGUSON crops
/ must appeal higher value on quality should be pruned. G. JOHN M. MILLER
to consumers and the way consumers of living rather than on more and more I ot. Publishers -U.. stakes, string and a -i

:< will be demanding that producers cater just for the sake of more and more. Remember, if you spot a published each Thursday and entered a* second pass Matter at the Poet Office at Stark, *ta. under yardstick to layoff, straight, ,''
to the more simple life. yellow-orange powder emerging -. Actol,March 3, 1879 row. Follow your previously
admit that Thoreau had from a slash or longleaf a J '+3 Subscription raw In trade area; $7 par year: M six months. prepared plan. Place garden I!
: 'r. But we must pine you are observing the Outside trade area; $8 per year: $4.SO ux month*, label at the end of each row. I
I: Iff,; The "Washington Letter" in U.S. one advantage in his pioneer search for causal of the most Phone 964 6305 Sta"'., Fla. Information on the label 1
I News and World Report magazine is the simple l life. Where today, could any- serious rent disease In theSoutheas hould 'includes. the crop' t i
alerting its subscribers' to this trend one find another Walden Pond? variety and planting date j I


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CHURCH OF GODi Sunday Sunday NORTHSIDE School BAPTIST: BCliOOLNEWS EUiabeth Terry and Mr*. Hermie Kelly Palatka. Scott Davis of M.... Pierce Crews attended -
School to a.m. Worship Worship" Services 10 a.m. Menu March ZO-O PhMiei: T82-33W: and Mr. and Mn. A.P. Washington, D.C., was a the "SING" at Johnstown /
Services n a.m. and e p.m. 7 11 a.m. and MONDAY: Chicken with Hallman. of Keystone Saturday overnight guest of Baptist Church Sunday after '
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting rice green lima beans peanut PERSONALStMiss Wednesday and visited the Heights, visited their brother his father and mother-in-law.! noon.Mn..
p.m. YPE Friday at 7 p.m. Wednesday The at 7 p.m. butter and Jelly sandwich, Elizabeth Terry went family until he brought her Eustace Kelly In North Mr. and Mrs Ben McCulley./ W.F. Atwood and Mb
EVERGREEN BAPTIST: Church Saq Crusade Soucl Baptist apple sauce milk. s home with her nephew Terry home on Friday. While there Florida Regional hospital Mr. and l\I.... RW Pierce Crews attended! a
Sunday School 10 a.m. Jacksonville Choir from TUESDAY: Chill with Futch of Jacksonville Beach JoeyceiFutchhiin StthYlnceenU Gainesville Saturday after Edwards, of Jacksonville House Decorating Party At the
Worship Services II a.m. and Church sangat Northslde beans saltines, cheese toast, noon. were Sunday dinner guests' of home of Mrs. Evon Brofn'
7 p.m. Training Union 1 p.m. Baptist on Saturday french fries peanut cookie, Terry Oglesby won the half Hospital.Jacksonville. We are Mrs. Lea McClellan visited their parents Mr and Mrs. Tuesday night at the State
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 night bourn They There sang about two peaches, milk. of beef raffle at the Lawtey happy to report that she is her son-in-law and daughter B,L. Wilkison. Sr. Farm. ;
It were 30 singers WEDNESDAYSpaghetti Dixie Youth League Thursday some better at this time. Mr. and M.... Maxie Reddish Mrs. Pierce Crews was a Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sumner{
p.m.FAITH ,BAPTIST, Radio and church: was served enjoyed cake by all The with meat sauce cheese, night March 9. Mrs. C.R. Crews spent last and sons of State Farm on luncheon guest of her sister, and family of Fort Meade and
Program on WPXE at 8 a m. and punch. coffee tossed .salad french bread week with her son-in-law and Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Waldo Prlngle.. of Worth !Mn. Ivy Wester of Glen fit.
Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m. SMYRNA pears peanut cup. milk. We are happy to state that daughter Mr. and Mrs. Friends of Mrs. Janell Ington Springs, Saturday Mary were Sunday dinner
Worship Services u a.m. and BAPTIST MISSIONARY Mn.Joyce Futch was able to Tommy Clayton,and son' Tom Starling regret to learn that Mrs Pierce Crews visited guests of Mr. and Mn. Archie
6:30: 'p.m. 'Prayer Meeting am ; Sunday School. 10 THURSDAY: Mot dog on leave St Vincent's Hospital. of Jacksonville. she Is a surgical patient in M.... Brenda Cowart In I Crews and family and ttv-lr.
Wednesday at 6-30: p.m. and Worship Services 11 a m. bun mustard ketchup baked Jacksonville Monday March Mr and Mrs. Bill Dobbs Bradford County Hospital. Bradford County Hospital mother Mrs Annie. Mae
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer 7pm. Wednesday: milk beans cole slaw applesauce, 13,and she will visit her sister, visited Mrs.. Joyce Futch. In Our prayers are with her. Friday afternoon after a freak Crews. Mrs.Archie Crews and
Sunday School 9:49: a.m. Meeting 7p.m Miss Elizabeth Terry for' a St. Vincents Hospital Jack Mr. and Mrs. Dwight accident sons returned home with her
Worship Services a.m. and FRIDAY: Planning day. short time. sonville. Friday afternoon. Browning, of Brycevllle were M.... Pierce Crews attendedthe brother-in-law and sister Me.
.7:30: p.m. Training Union 6:30, Friends of Harold Eunice Sunday dinner guests of their "SING" at Norlhulde and Mrs. Carl Sumner and

p.m Prayer Meeting Wednesday .- k.. *' * * * * *. * * * *' ,regret to learn that he Is a granddaughter Mrs. Fay Baptist Church Saturday family and will return hornet.
Strickland and .
at 7:30 p.m. It patient In Bradford County family.Mr. night. Friday 1Grotona
GRACE UNITED MCTIIO- Hospital. Our prayers are and Mrs. Daniel
DISTi Sunday School 9-45 : Lhwtey Elementary News : ,with him. Wilkison and daughter Dana
'.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Mrs. William Wright and were supper guests of their
and 7:30 p.m. Choir Practiceat her daughter Miss Chert have parents Mr. and Mrs. Donald T
7 p.m. Methodist Youth Fellowship Mrs. Eddie Joyce Sexton'sand Angel-Brian Dobbins, Ginger flower beds. They weighed & gone to Muncie Ind, to take Wilkison Saturday night. :EffRTIDlE
.Wednesday at 7:30 Mrs Sylvia Tatum's third (witch)-Dawn Scott Marshmallow measured themselves and care of her mother Mrs. Earl Dana remained until Mondaywith (
grade class went to the Munchte-Jonn Ham- found out that they are all different Etlcheson for two months.Mr. her grandparents.
p.m.The Love Loafs of the Jacksonville Airport Wednesday Ilton. Cupcake Munchie-Mon- and yet alike In many and Mrs. Roger Eunice Mrs. 0.J. Anders spent
Church amounted to $219.50. March 8. This completedtheir roe Herndon. ways visited their parents Mr. and several days with her son-in-
These funds will be used to unit on transportation.They Students don't forget that M.... Hamilton's 4th grade Mrs Harold Eunice Tuesday law and daughter, Mr. and
fight World Hunger. had an enjoyable time Monday March 20, you will be class has finished a unit In night. Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and son Fertilizers Are Specially Formulated For
United Methodist Women and ate lunch at the Trout having class pictures taken.In Florida History Florida's )Friends of Mrs David Scott Robert, of Milliard. Florida Lawns They Contain Organics -Cheleuled
met Tuesday March 7th at the River Picnic area. Mrs. Sharon Golden's 6th Indian Culture. The children regret to learn that she Is a Mr. and Mrs. James Iron-And Vital Elements Unlike Many Other
church with M.... Wilma Mrs. Linda grade, Steve Marshall and have been working in groups surgical patient In Bradford Bowman were hostesses for a Brands Orotone Feeds For Months. Its Clean S
Wainwright presiding. M.... Tougaw's and Virginia Massey completedall to expand their Interest, County Hospital. Our prayersare birthday party for their Easy To ApplyGROTONE.
Frank ,COBS gave the devo- Mrs. Becky Dobbins' first and activities on the Bradford learning and sharing. Out with her. daughter Mrs. Vickie Crews
tional. After the business was second: grade classes walkedto County Reading Profile standing group leaden are: Mrs. Leonard Melton and Sunday afternoon. Guests
taken care of the meeting ad- Mickl: Becker's house' Cards. Denise Gulllon, Lisa Harley, daughter Celeste were Included her grandmotherMrs.
journed. There were 18 ladies Monday March 13 to pet and There will be a spelling bee Sherry Herndon and Pam business visitors In Gaines- R.W. Bowman her PELLETS ,
present feed her ducks and goats. in the sixth grade classroomon Taylor. ville Friday night. grandparents Mr. and Mrs. h
HIGHLAND BAPTIST: March 16 to choose three In M.... Judy Becker's Com- Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mosleyand Altwater all of Jacksonville. Premium quality Long Lasting s.1
Sunday School: to, a.m. The music department Is representatives to participatein bination class Levah Jenkins laugher, of Maxvi le Her husband Steve Crews and Plant Food For Lawns' $
Worship Services 11 a.m. and going to perform the musical"Hansel the school spelling bee has been chosen as the student visited their parents Mr. andMrs. son Andrew and her brother All 595
6 p.m. Prayer Meeting and Gretal" to be March 23. who put forth the most effort Harold Eunice Friday Brian. Bag Covers 2500 Sq Ft. .
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. presented Tuesday May 9, for P.E. Students of the Week in the past week. night. Mrs. Debra Mobley and
LAURA BAPTIST Sunday P.T.O. Mrs. Lavon Drives are: 3rd Grade-Robert They will be armchair Miss Kathy Casey of Kindall Bryan left Sunday
School 10 a.m. Worship held auditions and the Starling and Tammy travelers throughout the Starke was a Friday luncheon March 5 for Fort Knox. Ky., to For Lawns With Weeds 1
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. following cast was chosen: Giddens; 4th Grade-Sean United States for the rest of guest of her grandparents, be with her husband who is In ,
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Hansel-Jim Norman Gretal- Robinson and Pam Taylor; the school year visiting all the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore. service there. GROTOME WEED & FEED
7:30: p.m. Michele Sexton Mother. 5th Grade-Sam Norman and fifty states via films and Friends of Edward Lee Mrs. Frank Camp spent last
Debra Orleman, Father Monica Berry; 6th Grade- books. Masey regret to learn that he week in Atlanta. Ga., attend- Complete Plant Food Plus An Amazing Weed i
BC Plans Jimmy ,Muse Carl-Robert Tony Hill and Nancy Teston; .Charles Francis visited Is a patient in Bradford ing an IBM Seminar. I Killer For St Augustine.Centipede & Zoysia
Library Starling Helga-Sue Smith. 7th Grade-Edward Crews Mrs. Julia Rlppllnger's 7th County Hospital. Our prayersare Mrs Grace Dobbs of Jacksonville Grass Covers 2500 Sq Ft. $795
Art Gerta-Genle Rising Fritz- and Khandice Stroud. P.E. class Wednesday with him. was a Sunday afternoon Bag:
April ShowThe Wayne Cribbs, Frederick-Ray; Class of the Week is 5th March 1st, to tell about his Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Thomasand guest of her in-laws Mr.
Shuford. Katrina-Shella Grade. heart by-pass operation. The son Jay of Live Oak were and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. WE'LL DELIVER t SPREAD GROTONEON
Bradford County Public Southerland Baby Tree- Mrs. Peebles' class Is cur- class has had a 12 week Saturday dinner guests of Mrs. John Tye Sr., and John
Library will sponsor its Michael Ripplinger. Snippy rently studying food and Berkeley Health study of the their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tye. Jr., attended the funeralof YOUR LAWN $ I
annual Art Show April 3-14 Woman Tree-Kenna nutrition In health. The circulatory system.7th Fred Moore. Mrs. Fred L. Roberts. Sr., (Minimum 2 Bags) 1 AWlfJona,
and all persons In the Starke Wilkerson Old Man Tree- lessons Include menu planningand Grade lit Semester A-B Rev. and Mrs. David Brown of Jacksonville on Monday at Per Bag
area are Invited to display Tommy Barnes. Reindeer- discovering the Honor Roll students: Edward visited their son-in-law and .George Hewell Funeral Homeon 'FOR ONLY
original works of art. Terry Cask ins, Owl-Keith nutritional value of foods the Crews Tammy Griffis Stuart daughter Mr. and Mrs. North Main Street.
This years' show will Gowens Heer Hare-Paul children eat daily, As part of Pauley Genie Rising Debbie Danny Holmau and daughter Mr. and Mrs Earl Troxell USE
represent a wide variety of art Smith Mother Bear-Virginia the unit Mrs. Wise dietitian at Roark and Donna Thornton. Windy, their sons and were Sunday overnight guestsof OUR SPREADER FREE
by familiar local artists and Massey Englebert-Allen Lawtey Elementary spoke to Fourth six weeks A-B Honor daughters-in-law, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly
many newcomers. Anyone Wood Adelheed.Don Bright; the children Wednesday Roll45th: Grade Combination Mrs. Tim Brown and Jennifer of Jacksonville.:
wishing to enter works of art Angels-Rosalyn Nichols- March 15 about menu planning -Mrs. Peebles: and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Guests of Mrs. Nora Grider GARDEN &
are asked to please call 964-, Stacey Gnann-Tara Austin- and budgeting for the Charlotte Berry Chris Cribbs,. Brown. In Virginia. They also at the home of her nephew and LORiDA
6400 for details. Kim Gowens Four school. She took the children Michael Gowens Douglas saw their parents Mr. and niece Mr. and Mrs. Ben ptT NURSERY CENTER
The public is cordially Snowflakes-Mark Shuford- through the cafeteria's Heaton Jeffery McClellan Mrs. Foster Brown of West McCulley over the weekend
invited to view the paintingsat Melissa Starling-Lori Sellers- kitchen and storage In order to Evan Mosley Cary Newsome Jefferson N.C. were her brothers Lester and sCONTROt
the library during this time. Johnny Barnes. Toddler give them a first-hand look at Valarle Randolph Michelle Mr. and Mrs David Payne Lee Smith, of Tenn., her a tNlwt 539 E Call Sl Starke Fla
the equipment and foods Sexton Nancy Shuford, Enoch of Mobile Ala. spent Sunday sisters-in-law, Mrs. Juanita to Phone 904-5745
LawteyEscapee.,Still needed to prepare daily Starling and Ernest Whitley. with Mrs. Lucille! T. Ivey and and Mrs. Hattie Smith of Starke Fla 32091
UncaughtJames lunches. 6th Grade Mrs Golden: Mr. and Mrs D.R. Brown and Cltra. her sons James and
Miss Sheila Silberman's and Steve Marshall;*7th Grade- Cynthia1.: Paul Smith and families of
An initiate'who walked off Wainwright. Miss Kathy. Casey's classes Mrs. Julia Ripplinger-Sheila
from Lawtey' Correctional The escapee identified as have been learning about how Anderson, Edward Crews I
InatltPtiv9-_ ,arly:=-Monda -- :FlllnIJ.Pl'lnce.. was things crow and change. They Stuart Pauley Donna /.. '" '
morning has jitlll t k $jplt..o"ife .sedwlg, sifnr.s6f .watchingng; : and" aJ1d *..are ,,"Thornton*."0;.mmy*'*<+Gritfi,...1."'; -"I ..'. ,,,.;II"".'c..5? to / '
caught WedtefibayJ: Feb.19,4: murd' i h Dudl : pleasuring Gerald Gulllon Shawn' Hart'" InlG gj'E'
according to superintendentMarge County., them. Mrs. Westcott and her Lex Parrish. Genie 'Rising, i4
Vo-Tech class helped them Debbie Roark and Khandice I
Pratt To Head nentaillealth Drive spruce up their classroom's Stroud Sheila Shoutherland.

Mrs. Marge Pratt will lead Florida said Elizabeth L.Metcali' d
I Bellringer workers In a house- ,state president of the
to-house drive during May. voluntary citizens' associa
"Proceeds will benefit the tion.
Mental Health Association in As a the nongovernmentalagency assocaitlon can PREFERRED BY SO MANYA

and does speak for the con- $
County BilreAThorChairman I sumer-the person who needs 2.
professional help for an emotional funeral service is a most personal
Chosen disturbance."The expression of tribute. It should be planned
Association is a according to individual wishes.That is why we
'The Cystic Fibrosis moving force to get services
Foundation has announcedthe established where there are at DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home go to great How far does a buck go? With,' the

appointment of the follow., none. It also serves as a moni- lengths to assure complete freedom of selec- coupon below, very (fqr. One dollar gets
ing people as chairmen of the toring agency to see that tion. Selections are made in privacy and with Hardees '
annual 'Breatb of Life" Bike- treatment services are doing full information. That Is another reason that you Iwo Big burgers.
A-Thon in Bradford County: what they were set up to do," for more that 65 so families have Y"t "t v Each one a giant quaiter: pound of
said Mrs. Metcalf. years many j
Starke,Police Chief Jimmy sizzlin chai broiled beef topped with
The Mental Health Associa- preferred the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home.
Bowen Chairman of Starke; .
Ms. Diane Bruno Chairman tion strongly promotes more tv real fresh f films, Like fresh, crisp lettuce;
of Hampton. community-based care as wellas 1 C l plump, ripe,tomatoes; firm, white
more research into the plus cheese and
onions pickles, too.
These chairmen will each causes of mental illness. [DeWitt C. Jones Benton .Futch
So take this to
coupon any
The' Association offers
lead local volunteers in their
own community to organize a literature to the public on a Harold Johnson +pii ; ''its participating Hdrdees And try the
funds variety of topics including depression Deluxe the With
Bike-A-Thon to raise to alcololism. and DeWitt C.JonesFuneral Big big burger
support research for and children care positive ,mental health con- ; fresh f xin.S.Take 2. For only $1.

effected programs, by lung-damaging ... For free information Home
diseases like cystic: fibrosls write to the Mental.Health Association St.,..., K.y.ton. Nets
severe asthma chronic : of Florida 132 East 964-ezoo 473.sire

tssla bronchitis. and bronchiec- Colonial Orlando Florida Drive. 32801.Suite 207 4t; ,lr :;'

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your April community to 1978.be When conducted Invites someone during you in to IffMM (E BUTLER APPAREL Y r.

sponsor them in 'this year's Lake Butler Fla.
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( MATCH Mon fn 9 30 6 30 BOY
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the ''Breath of Life" for 4TsEA .- SHIRTS$525M1NS -,
millions of children who
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1.600 children' are born with $5 ,Uo .; CEE
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by Elliaketh WalkerBradford Ruth Court No. 19: Church ,
Phase-.a service will be held on Palm .! wpm .
County Branch Sunday March 19 at 1 p.m. at Worship 11 a.m. At 3 p.m. the Ushers boards an asked to public is invited to attend. Auction! Aacllonl auctioneer.:Numbers to call to Tuesday, Your { Junior I
NAACP will hold its regular Pleasant Grove United pastor and congregation will attend Greater Bethlehem ML Plagah AME Church The BUARC pick up items for the auction Choir rehearsal at 7 pro.
monthly meeting Monday Methodist Church. The worship in St. Augustine at Freewill Baptist Church 20 Revival started Monday Auction will be held Charity at the are 9644197 or 964-7699. All Wednesday aY p..... .Prayer
March 20.at Ebezener Baptist Masonic Family Is invited to Tabernacle Baptist Church Ushers anniversary on Friday night, sponsored by the Farmer's Market the Fairgrounds items donated will be Meeting. Thursday a*.7 ...
Church at 7:30: p.m. All be present. Rev. G.G. McAuthor, pastor night, March 24, at 8 p.m. Fellowship of Churches, of the just north on of Starkeon appreciated.Pleasant Bible Study Sunday Seh4>J I..
Interested citizens and Evening service 6 p.m. March Sunday School ':30 a.m. city. Everyone is Invited to US-301 this Grove United a.m. Sunday at 1'pm. Kutb
members are invited to be Church. News 24. Usher boardland 2 will Sunday at > p.m. the Bible attend Monday through March 18 Saturday Methodist Church: Every first Court N*. I IS wilt MMr..,.
present Plan are In the Greeter Bethlehem Freewill celebrate its anniversary. Class will terminate; service Thursday at 7:30: p.m. Fridayat ,beginning 10 a.m. and second Monday, Young Palm Sunday. Lovetawt'' at gp.m.
making for the Spring Baptist Church: Everyone Is Invited to attend. for the day.Ebeseaer. 7:30: p.m. a Gospel Singing Mr. Gil Nelson Is the Adult Choir rehearsal at 7 The public Is (,vies:'
banquet. The cooperation of Easter rehearsal was held First Bon Church of the Baptist Church: will be held at the church. <
all members la needed for Monday. Tuesday and Living God: Tuesday 7:45: Easter rehearsal will be held Sunday School 10 a.m. -- H.
success. Thursday nights. Wed. 7:30: p.m. Prayer Service. Friday every afternoon at 4 p.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. ___ Hilite Ll .
Dell Chapter 188 O.E.S: Senior Choir rehearsal. 7:45: Tarrying Service.Sunday Bible Class each Tuesday 7 Mt Morlah United Hampton !
Regular meeting of Dell Friday night is Talent night. School 10:30.: Home Mission pm. Prayer Meeting/ Methodist Church Wed
Chapter will be held March 23, Saturday 11 a.m. the Sunday 11:30: a.m. YPCW or exchange Thursday 6:30: p.m. Sunday) Prayer .Meeting and Bible
7 p.m. In the Masonic Hall on School clans will sponsor a car service with Gainesville School at 9:30: a.m. AU Study. Choir No. 2 will additional dollars. And the Last week Mr. Dan Denim
Brownlee Street. All members wash at the church. Sunday .church 6 p.m.Philadelphia. members are asked to join the rehearse at 6:30: p.m. Easter Fanny Farmers of the Fair the Bradford Cownty ShrUf's
I are asked to be present. School 9:30: a.m. Morning Baptist Fellowship of The Extra Day rehearsal will be held each by Dolores Meng Sexl! City Clerk Mary Lee Department La'hea" .
Church: The third anniversary Session at Ebezener of Mt. Monday Wednesday and Pbonei .4S8-1MS Allen Juanita Greene Mrs room. He ..* t* .
for Rev. May Berry will Slant Missionary Association Friday ate p.m. The Easter Waldron Mrs. Evelyn about the druflt sHwatifltfk' w.
First Christian Church begin Thursday at 8 p.m. with Saturday March 18, beginning program will be held Easter Senior Citizens Vaughan and Mrs. Josephine Bradford Cow*. The* lie
Rev. R.L. Wright and congre at 9:30.: Sunday School Sunday at 11 a.m. Members of the HamplohSenior Fontaine surprised the showed slides sf 'to* Wont
oat w. can at 6hk. PH.Csrastos gation from Green Cove 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 11 Citizens Club and meeting with coffee, cookies, being done ,)In' our county'4e' _
Springs Greater Mt. Pleasant a.m. Communion Service 8p.m. Greater Allen. Chapel friends will be cakes etc.Some control the .ille cl sate
enjoying a --1.
Baptist Church in charge of A.M.E. Church: Sunday Volunteers were drugs.
covered dish at 5
BAZSponsored service. Friday. March 17. Anttoch Mlssianary Baptist School 10 a.m. Morning tommorrow supper(Friday, March p.m. missing so Chief Davis He found a reeeptlv*",. and
Rev. Leroy Davis and Church Thursday Prayer Worship 11 a.m. Easter 17). suggests: please you all cometo well Informed audience\ Tha'' '
congregation will be In chargeof Meeting at 7 p.m. Sunday. rehearsal each Monday Since this Is St. Patrick' every regular and special students ,appr elat td Mr.
service. Sunday at7:30: p.m. the Alphla Wednesday and Friday. The the color willpredominate. meeting whenever possible Denton's presentation a.4
New Bethel Baptist: Easter and Omega Singers of Easter program will be held Day These green as "ACTION SPEAKS thanked him for .ot
By The Women' Council rehearsal started Wednesday Jacksonville will sing. The Sunday March 26, at 11 rum always enjoyable so suppersare come LOUDER THAN WORDS." Friends of II =.
afternoon at 4:30.: Wednesday with favorite were happy 4..1In ,
7:30: Bible Study: All youth and along your! PERSONALSBest school: on .o..d1y. He had,
44 Interested adults are asked to McDonald'* Easter Egg Hunt Set culinary specialty wishes to William been a petie''n'' AlaetMM. / ...
'* please come out. All membersare Ladles Council (T.J.) Smith son of Mr. and General Hospital fer sewrA),
SaturdayMarch asked to remember the McDonald's will sponsor grade and the Egg Hunt at 2 The Ladies Council of the Mrs. Sylvester Smith who days following a e i knt. Ms
community Revival that two EASTER EGG HUNTS on p.m. will be for second grade Hampton Christian Church was' married on March 5 to ,now feels bettet.ery.day..
*: "." began at ML Plsgah Monday Saturday March 25, I at the thru fifth grade. held their monthly meeting at Robin Cox In Seaside .and I
have ona.gaisg
18 night. Walnwright Park on Church There will be prizes for all the home of Mrs. Garnet California. T.J. is with the school: taken :. -.
Everyone is asked to attend Street (across from the children attending and"special" Studen on March 8. Army In Fort Ord and Is like appearance will pictures
the one day session of the Mt County Health Department). prizes for winners. Church plans were classified Sp. 4. of flowers and March themes
9A.M.-4P.M.V Slant Missionary Baptist Association Please come and bring your discussed. Refreshments of Sylvester Smith Is happy to depicted all around*They a....
# Rev. Leroy Davis, The Egg Hunt at 10 a.m. will Easter Basket with you to Ice cream and cake were be able to work again after all reminded of St Patcic$' "'
% moderator to be held this be for pre-schoolers thru first collect the eggs In. served to the eight ladles several weeks of hospit- day on March 17 alas, .' -
r f Saturday at Ebezener begin. attending. alization and treatment at the Everyone at the ,ached N
rflsWM rwttftff ning at 9:30: a.m. throughoutthe c Veterans Hospital. He and predated all the.werk done to
vi' ,( day. Choirs No. 1 & 2 are f ';;h-t: .r BUARC Auction Betty appreciate all the kindness the Vo Tech .HortIcultriclass :
4. asked losing at 6 p.m. session. v 1 The Bradford-Union Association prayers and assistanceof and the slants& they

01' 9t 4 flsrml MsMi We are asking everyone to of Retarded Citizens friends and neighbors furnished. On Monday 'l they
please cooperate. The cheetah II I the only member of the cat family whose plans to conduct an Auction on during this Illness. were presented' with ''very,
The Junior and Senior Jaws. will not ",rect. Saturday March 18, at the Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stone healthy tomato plants to add
Starke Farmer's Market. visited their daughter. Lori to the gardens'. Some.
a frA. 3BIO DAYS Donations of usable kitchenor over the weekend. Lori is of the students t took home a

""nwtl. items, toys, making good 1 progress at the plant to add U gardens. there.
I l. i EAGLE Friday furniture, hardware, antiques Shriner's Hospital in Some also brought ia>. that
and Saturday plants or clothing will Greenville S.C. She Is being own seeds to brio* more
be welcomed for this sale. If treated with therapy and variety to the s noal gardens.;

you need pickup of. articles, hopes to return home in the .
contact E.W. Hodges at 'near future. H... ..Ii| .
please Mrs. Anna Mr. and Mrs. Frank Report cards for th. *46(six
468-1869 Claytonat
Brunetti and son, Frank of week grading peripd 'went
will be
Every price cut 468-1437.assist! This They will also happyto be a Ocean City, N.J. enjoyed the home with students en M+rch.

good place to get some real recent visit with the Clifford 13. Students attaining .hnor.
bargains! Brunetti here. They also did roll status during' .this. period
some sightseeing farther are: .: .
BookmobileMrs. South. It felt good to get some Mrs. Jean Clark's first

Every item at an amazing discount! Save up to 45% faithful. librarian Sandy Davis and driver Is the of they sunshine experienced.after the cold winter Quinton grade: Ford Tina'., Billy Btranham.' Home,,

the Bradford County Billy Jordan Eric Nugent..
/ .) Bookmobile which makes Hampton Lake News GinaTaimonde Mark RJioden
regular visits to this area. It Is Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng and Holly Shields.
@ available every Tuesday from attended the 40th Wedding Mrs. Joyce Ku)kesdeh'asecond -
Q SAVINGS ON 12:30: until 2:30: p.m. at the Anniversary celebration on grade: Sandy Fries. .
'ESr TiF W MEN'S DOUBLE Post Office here. All types of March 4th of Mr. and Mrs. Mindy Hersey, lommgr' .Lea
books are avlalable for every Rufus Chance at the Univer Jones and Sid Russell. S!
) ri n 5 KNIT SLACKS! age group. sity Club in Jacksonville. Mr. Mrs.Arleen Rich's: grada 9:.
n and Mrs. Chance are the Sandra UeJton, Tammy

I .8nEArraurr Congratulations! parents of their daughter-in- Peeples, Kim Smith and'(Baa..
Mrs. Margaret Stewart law Mrs Carlton Meng. Smith.., wwwj-wt: : *!'
d -i dy fb rum ( rctelebrauMi! War*'.'Mth. birthday ,W-Aprtt-kynn.'daughter.o( Mr. Mis. Mindy BevlUa's;ftwth"grader .
-. -S N M1. MwU11aY ,.
I March 12. and Mrs Randy' Scogglns, Amy C1ar.Amr
+ C.N.. bunh.a N, .. s.R .
was baptised on March 9 at St. Williams and' Melissa
N /w a 54.N. Lan' wLwY1.uu. The day was made happierfor '
M i/ LNAT1 ( as.keaarrr..uN... her when her neighbor, Edward's Church, Williams. ;Yl;
arUS IACq I Mrs. Garnet Studer broughther Reverend Father Patric Mrs. Kathryn Wiggles-
L > a nice cake. They were Foley. Godparents are worth's grade 5: B.enda.
/LN'INYLO. joined In the celebration by Beverly Meng April's aunt Bawek, Allen Ganakuw and
Vf"" e SAVE100 AVd E1% I t aNp.O/Ckx Mrs. Viola Lefebvre and Mr. and Francis Meng, great Lora Loiacano. .
QT. 1OW.30 MOTOfI 0.. %.(V BATTERIES 1b0AL0AR.A0ECAN MEN MESH CASUALS .hEWlMS William Summers. Mrs. uncle of April. A receptionwas Mrs. CareJsi !Stevenson's.
Stewart remains active and held at the home of Mr. seventh grade: Monty
was <
47o O9 : 2.76 2.94 I 2'1Wash enjoys reading. We wish her and Mrs. Scoggins following Glisson Joy Nugent Marty

--,. ..... k..p r.nou. SY..dr qu.aty, 5.mwl..s loo4d.d pI..I1o OP.n w-r..Ylon NI whs. WImINA.row. many more happy years! the ceremony. Rhoden and Karen WUsenj
-nwmma wrIMY. 1on.Inik,.pwhnmw,... w/wl.p Id$ 1o pr..nS.p411.. btock or bfo-n.HIM 7-12. Tina Marie Meng cele- Coach Ben Moxley is proudto
\ Fireman Plan brated her first birthday announce that Jerome
1O April Fish Fry which was March 14, with a Mitchell, a fifth grader, will
The Hampton Volunteer party for family members and be participating the Florida
Fire Department had their friends at the home of her Relays for 11 and 12 year olds
regular monthly meeting parents, Mr. and Mrs. David on March 24 in Gaincsvlta.,
Monday night, March 13. Meng, on Saturday. all wish him well! .
r4 An April Fish Fry is Beverly Meng left Sunday Howell Williams was welcomed -
JEf4o1 OQtv planned, also other activitiesto for employment at Disney to the 7th grade class
f' Q3+ beef up the Volunteers and World during the Easter during the past week: ; He
SAVE 1.00 w i their treasury. The net result Break. attended our school .whence
MEN'S I"WOIIIC( '"01'.A..H. 1 will be more efficient, aggressive was in the 4th grade. MLvachMena

... SAVI2a% AVET4% 94 J personal protectionfor School News '
Eye Testing for the 1st. 3rd. W.
200-CIT. Ernest Greene started and 5th grade students was March 24-23 &
WAS 1.22 WS passing the hat with a large completed on Monday with the MONDAY. March {t-
545 a bill from the Greene following ladies from the Lasagna cabbage salad.
s.r.n..d rl.d, 5.e a. ohM..,, YN wpe CNw WnYI rNN I.p..d Starke Women's Club french bread cherry
..-aep.nd a.5 I- ..w.I WN/I.,w.w.d O.Nr.. .dos..I.,5Ny,s1%"red., \ a generous $75 .
.AVI'1.N donation from an anonymous conducting this program: cobt.milk. !
...N'.DeNIM MOIIT.WJ:3.96. TOP MAKER {LAZBSI0 person. $50 from mayor 'Mrs. Marge Carlisle Mrs. TUESDAY M*
William Summers and as Nancy Roberts Mrs. Frazier Barbequed beef on (k
small donations are appreciated Shaw, Mrs. Pat Spongier garden salad, green beamscookie
OG as much as the larger Mrs. D.W. Whiffen Mrs. Lucy milk. \i
IM.Mt..5.1dm Talwl..d dw.w
0 G www.e.g.Mw Mews 5ML Is 15.5 uslid.,m.n'.McO sums, the grand total of White and Mrs. Jess Wolbert. WEDNESDAY, Mare 2t-
Jp SA VI! 1." 186.18 was realized. Besides Everyone at the school appreciates Tuna salad sweet pea|,
7 i I WOMEN"{ WEDGIES1L98 BAYW 12% their cash many Volunteers this service which Is 1 potato chips roll ambrosia",
a Loa .a to be done on a milk.
KFY reN'a L such as John Allen Ernest planned
WEST OX wyp- NEty[ Greene Donald Helle, Chief regular basis. THURSDAY. Marsh 13-
oasis : Mrs. Ernestine Denmark'ssixth Peanut' butter
P-.__ Z George Davis, Assistant Chief sandwich
raLtrEnutrr wln,,_ $5011.0
graders have been macaroni with cheese.
.AV. 1.11 ...-i1p1 ".", ANT.tVAt Cato Buck It Peck Dennison grew
8AY 1 %
STURDY NYLON TOTIS Hilmon E.I. Waldron TedCurtis studying Drug Education. limas fruit jello milk.I
ILECTIIIC* CLOCK P i Y They have seen films researched FRIDAY. March 14
t and others are donating -
= 2.88 88 waePLASTIC.HOUSEWARES .M1 .N. p many hours worth hundreds of and given reports. PLANNING DAY
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PAYE 11% / and neighbors are Jones and Mrs.. Dorothy Reid.
COLORFUL S"FRYPAN. t FUIIISTIIRE 150'LAWN by Jeanette Prescott praying she will be able to return Other chaperon were Mrs.
Is"{TACK IOR201.TAM. YALbpll/q V I Phone 485-1715 home soon. Lydia Polkand Mrs..
SAUCEPAN ./. SWEATSHIRTS The Community extends it's Marjorie Polk. ''t;,
ra9w7 NMipSo&SOs I SPECIAL MEETINGS heartfelt sympathy to the The School Advisory Committee
1. i wAaaAlr AssT.sTYuL "". 2.63 Special Swearing In family of Yancv & Matthew met Friday morning
weelLa./ wise u t Nt $,M,L,11L I IN'.3.86 Ceremonies were conductedat Johnson of Newberry, February 17 in the acheoi
TOaST VALURPLUSI : City Hall in Brooker. two teenage bro'thers. victims office. The purpose 01.._
ALUEIL 8 Tuesday March 7. Mayor of an auto accident Monday, committee was dlaqu old
yni.vtn.uii17MECI NOZ MER"FLAT{ ......---.--. I I.aooiI. Blake Hamilton took his oath March 6. Some local relatives information was distributed 1
Pa2ECTrooor aec. 2 8 ]kI ;of office City Clerk Eva include a great aunt Mrs. concerning the cemmitta*
SOCKET Rum I II Clark was sworn In for her Thelma Polk, 3 first cousins along with general arttion _.-
SET wIi5. CAL M MCNA6R .I second term. Marshall once removed, Mrs. Yvonne about the ..boaI.,'T...
Q t: MAKER Tommy Raulerson and Mr. State Wide
asl: PWCI Tetstone, Ronald. and Olen
6.97 BINMPORTItIMi A.B. Adams councilmen! were, Polk of Brooker. Program was discussed in

moo.nuci / WAS... tt>I Nl o0 .pal5raW18.5.N :sworn In The other Council- BIRTHDAYS conjunction with minimum
i man that was elected was Mr. Mrs. Nona Mann and her basic skills. The __",-
6.88 :Eugene Melvin who was not daughter Mrs. Elise Griffin, members were prussrjt;. Mk,
VAtyA' micro 0bt present The regular council celebrated their birthdays Jeanette Prescott, Mrs. Bmth
t Gun ON 1a 0Gtr GAU ItO PIltTI...te I meeting Is scheduled: for with dinner while about 35 Scott. Mrs. Aan Starling; MMK
i'' TOOTMPAITI70Z. 600 OFFu..w..a.o.nc. 0 fit S& lues. March 14. at 7:30: p.m. helped them celebrate, Martha-Green, and Br
"S y *{' VtlSVA 7..00IMM PERSONALS Sunday March 5, Mrs.Mann's Cox.The next Scheel Adv;
.r.a.caa rwiww Sherry. Chris ft Russell Committee
birthday was March 1. meeting waspond (-
Q w.wh 0.1,1 I VBSTS,S-M* Thornton. II of Starke spent Everyone wished them many until further s. _'
w "IL..MIL.ww Lax the day Friday. March 10, more. The Title I Advisesy-
-r w(1 n w00{,r' I r t t 4.88MJACNSTS.S4M. ';with their grandmother, Mrs. BROOKERSCHOOL ittee met Tuesday J'eb r
., Paul D. Prescott, and Johnny.We The Brooker Speed Ball 21 in the school o/Ace. T "
A YEr .
PAYE U r0 f1% d.we.n,1. n.wow r/I. were glad to hear Mrs. team placed 2nd !In the tourna- Reading teacher Mrs. ull
VITALr.r.a5 QLl A 1 1 7.88MVTITH i Lula Mae Baxter has re- ment at Lawtey Elementaryon Burrows' discussed: .v
ASST.WSCCTKMMS HAM 05000 neru" ...ur SOYS' DCMM MAN* turned home after spending a Thursday February 23. tests that'are 'used' tit.
202 J. Aar.! ;couple of months with her The
w.aI1N Members of the team are program. committee
TOMF t.ncaw.//Isl.one. n, m. 274.44 iw .I -SI p I brother and his wife inCaltahan cussed:
Y Ge II listed Michelle Stilwell. Rickl, recommendations
: t.2t7L LIP INa SAVE M.I % ..e..dwm pnwwYgM'wrMlliw.rM II I II : recuperating! from a. Harris Cindy and Lisa Lynn, corning plans for the T
Wyk I broken bone fit her leg. Her
.1.N pull.nwaMS..r.'FUi. i Abby k'oater Penny Jakab, Program in the fctuo.
friends I and neighbors missed and Don following ,..
'Wayne Green Doug were .. .
312 W Mlssa t oo'., I her terribly. Mrs. Eva Harrell Green, Robbie Jones Bradlee man,- Nancy HoIllqawo
CIGARETTE PRICES = :11 PI.. >s Plw. IMu.L1T I underwent surgery recently in :Cox' Darrell Polk and Carl Recorder RoM M
7.. TIE I Quincy. At last report she Is Johns. Transportation was Bobble Joaes and Dora
I Improving nicely. All her provided by Mrs. Bobble Fonseca.

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I Berry Queen Pageant: .1' To OrganizeAn

Eight more girls have Community College. Gwen Miss Catherine Ann iT'x
entered the 15th annual was a junior princess at .
Schoening: daughter of Mr. organtoaltanal meetingof
101 frawberry Queen Pageant tom TTJli Bradford High School and and Mrs. Herman Schoening the Starke Jaycees under 35
q held Saturday, March 26. homecoming queen. Her of Starke. will be hold at the Garden
1.! M P.m.In the Bradford High hobbies and Interest Include Contestant will be Restaurant Thursday. March
mchool auditorium. tennis, paddlebaU and on the basis. of beauty poise te. 7 p.m.Any ,
,II,(Afield; In conjunction with the ceramics. She la being and personality and wilt young businessman in
dh>>radlord, County Fair the I sponsored by Oral's Garageand compete in evening gown, 4 4i the community l Interested In
sgeant' is sponsored by the Thomas Auto Parts. bathing suit and street joining the Young Jaycees Is
J. Junior Women' Club pttarke clothes. +f asked to attend this meeting
5. < The contestants will be
The girls featured this week attending a "Coke Party" In
re.SeAllnvGlna: their honor at the Country FLORIDATHEATRE
Baker, daughterof Club Saturday March II, between t
Mr. and Mrs.: James J. r ,W1lwz.m
the hours of t and 4 p.m
Baker of Green Cove Springs ,.. They will also be- going/ to L 4 M .
attends cosmetology classes <<; Jacksonville Sunday, March
18 1181 Bra4ferd-Union VoTech.lCjna's ."" 1$) 19 to the Denise Carroll .n Call & Walnut
hobbies and interests "'" I\\ Modeling and Pageantry Stark 064-6451
li..j. pClude swimming, twirlingnd II. l.. Studio for tips and helpful 'it. Friday Sat. & Sun
I11U lc. In high school, Cindy Griffith 1 hints of modeling techniques.!
>) I received awards> in Ticket prices have been set Marioe Qortner In
and band wad on the Miss Brenda Lee Jackson, as follows for the Strawberry BHS Art Buffs Purchase Picture for LibraryBradford
.s councIl; and was Miss daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Queen Pageant:
gUIlt In the yearbook. She Is Luther Wade Jackson of Children under. 12 years of High School art students and members of the Art Club collected enough money topurchase
Ing sponsored by Diane's Starke, a, sophomore at age$1. AU other tickets"will be a painting. by Lawtey artist Earl Barber to be on permanent display la the school: /
auty Shop. Bradford High School.: H.50 In advance and 12 at the libraI")'. t
Brendu ambition is to door Advance tickets can be Shows with the ell painting are (1-r)t art Instructor Bobble Sue O'Brlan; Art Club member
become a. veterinarian. Her purchased through Chris Vicky Sheffield: principal Charles Francis Earl Barber; art student Fred Woods. Eric V
111 d hobbies and interest Include Wilson 964-7521 or 964-8210 Hamilton; and Art Club members Karen Kapellen and Pamela Luke. /
water skiing swimming Owen Zack and Mitchell's Drug Store 127 The students became Interested la purchasing the painting after Barber spent February 22 at
horseback riding, tennis andjogglnl. East Call SL, 984-7810. the high school displaying U of bis paintings" to the art cl..ea.nd explaining his techniques.
rvl A member of the Other girls entered are: Merchants who have The students voted oa the pa bit tag they most liked for the library' display A plaque will be
Camera Club Brenda Is also Miss Jody Louise Atchison, donated gift and awards to mounted on the frame explaining the students'donation of the picture.
interested in ceramics and Is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. the pageant entrants are: resents
the Spanish Club Sweetheart, Louis E. Atchison, Jr. of Barblzon School of Fashion MGN1p
She Is being sponsored by Kingsley Lake two 700 Modeling Scholarships Ralford Social Corcarby all\\the' exc'te'" VEt I
\ i
Barbara Norman's Beauty Miss Jacquelvn' Marie for both the Queen and Ewisu\ \
Shop and Cadillac Uniform fLynn Barber, daughter of Miss Congeniality, Florida of
Company Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Bank at Starke, $SO savings Mary Lee Faulkner Mr. and Mrs Lane Gasklns Mrs. Vernell Sapp and Mrs.
Barber of Starke bond for Queen Morgan'a Phone: 41M-37I1 and son of Lawtey were after Nancy Larkin took Debbie !
ei ,rdY'rl6hIIIAN Miss Karen Sue Crawford Beauty Shop. $3O gift certificate Mrs. Drew Sweat's Bible noon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Barnett back to Shands It".
Y 2 f6 lY", dou Crawford Mr, and Mrs. NellR. for Queen, Community Study class met at her. home Maxllie Grlffls Sunday, Thursday and Debbie had the
of Starke. State Bank of Starke $25 Tuesday. cast removed from her right
Miss Zella Diane Crews, Savings Bond for Queen, Mr. and Mrs. T.B. Rahn Mr. and Mrs. Ruffln Griffis hand. Debbie Is progressing
1 daughter of Doyle D. and TG&Y Family center gift have moved from their homeat were visited over the weekendby very well at home and wel- ..:-,, -lltreeninmu
Jackie Crews of Star Ice. certificate for Queen Bad- the state prison to their new their daughter Mrs. Lois comes all visitors. Some of "" -
Miss> Paricla Shan cock's Furniture, Steam and home -In Green Acres in Tucker and son 0! Jax. those visiting Debbie this past
ul4 (ilea Baker9dtl Edwards,daughter of Mr. and Dry Iron for Queen; William's Starke. Mr and Mrs. Earl Dobbs week were: Jackey Carley [ ] Metrocolor I
I Mrs Curtis G. Edwards of Jewelry Charms for Queen Mr and tiffs. Monroe Johns Tuesday and and Lisa Ruth Rawlins.
Miss, Neva Jane Flynn Starke. and runners-up, Gem Jewelry have moved Into their new Wednesday with Clarence Frances Smith, and Mr, and
ypaughter of. Mr. and Alra.b Miss Stephanie Gay Green 115 gift certificate for Queen brick home. Dobbs. who is a patient at St. Mrs. Jimmy Cox. 301 DRIVE'IN
forge (B. Flynn Jr. of daughter of James A.Green of The Magic Needle $10 gift Mr. and Mrs Robert Vincent's Jax. Mr. Mrs. Vernell Sapp recently II
arke, a senior at Bradford Raiford and Glenda Green of certificate for Queen The Faulkner' attended the Dobbs. is critically ill and took Debbie over to Starke for f
Ugh# School. Her hobbies and Gainesville. Garden Restaurant Dinnerfor Lawrence Welk Band Concert'at needs our prayers. her first outing since surgery, 301 South
>k crests include cheery Miss Melanie Lorraine Two Mitchell's Drugs the coliseum in Jax., Mrs. Myrtle Sapp Is visitingher Starke 964-7484
jading. water skiing, ands Morris daughter of Mrs. Jean Hallmark Keepsake Albums Monday night March (. Mr. and Mrs. Howard daughter and family, Mr I
nging. Neva's ambition is ton Morris of Starke. for Queen and runners-up, Gary Braddock of the Navy Register and family of Lake and Mrs Marvin Culver, for a FrJ. Sat,
come a law>er. Captain of Miss Vickie Lynn Norman Stump's Department Store Is home from Charleston S.C., City visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl few days. !
the cheerleaders Neva Is also granddaughter/( of Mr. and $5. a member of the pop ensemble tMrs. Leon M. Norman Sr. of Stuckey'a Box of assorted and Mrs. Tillman Braddock. Howard Register, Jr., spent Barnett were Mr. and Mrs i
Land listed among those in Brenda Jackson Starke. candles for Queen, Eckerd's Also visiting for a few days Saturday night with Mike Billy Pellham of Keystone
Among Amert- Miss Cassie Lynn Reddick Drugs IS gift certificate for with Mr. and Mrs. Braddock is Criffls. Heights, Billy Cozatt and .
jnh ijigh'hoN "
Students." daughter iof, Mr and Mrs. Queen Thing's By Hand -l,3 his mother from Jax. R.O. Dobbs Earl Dobbs, Geneva Wallace. .
N j>J>le Is, being xponsored by Miss Yvonne Link daughterof Joseph Reddick of Hampton. gift certificate for Queen,. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Sweat and Mrs Jo Ann Griffis Mrs. Bessie had
Ifoch's Drug Store, Mrs. Gracie L., Young of Miss Karen Ann Reddish Bulllngton's gift shop $5 gift had as a weekend guest their' visited Clarence Dobbs at the Sapp of Lawley visit Shirley her
Starke, a junior at Bradford daughter of Mr. and Mrs. certificate for Queen Junior grandson, Shane Tyler of Jax. hospital Sunday. Saturday. I'
High School. A member of the Lamar Reddish of Starke. Woman's Club Strawberry W.J. Gatlin has moved back '" '
ROTC and track team Miss Brenda Lynn Sapp Charm for all contestants and to Jax .to be with his mother, ... .-
Yvonne's special Interests and daughter of Mr.and Mrs. JohnB. Cash Awards to Queen and Mrs. Kenneth: Gatlin. Girl Scout Newsby '
hobbies Include swimming Sapp of Starke. Runners-Up. Mr. .and Mrs. Lamar 1 (Qf1YJl !dJ I
gymnastics and singing in Whidden and son of Seffner, Carolyn Eaves
her church choir She Is being were Saturday guests of Mr I GRAYE&GIE"BEN
sponsored by Carl D. Haile. Strawberry Pageant and Mrs- Drew Sweat. Wow! What a neighborhood Schoening. Lynne Johns. "
Funeral Home Rev sand Mrs. Wendell event Bradford and Union Patty Mullins. Irene Wainwright JOHNSON
p Pittmart\: Of Thayer, Mo., are County had. From S p,m. to 7 and Cana Schmidt IRON EYES CODY UNA WOOD i
Expanded To 20 EntriesThe visiting her parents, Mr. and p.m. approximately 200 scouts assisted in the all day train. \ JACK EUM'PAUL FIX L I
,Mrs. Oscar! Forsyth for a few and their guests representing ing. They were joined at noon wUEXCOROSumwiif '
,days, r* fourteen troops roasted hot by Cadette Troop 520 who _
Junior Women's Club girls are rewarded In someway Mr.aw)Mrs.Joe Grove (the dogs made samores and helped clear the Quiet Area. l irKa awa/Nw n"'! '"
sponsors of the I,Strawberry or another.'ThUia one of '1or", erVofta Manning), along enjoyed, the naturei trails, at learning to put up tents .nd 1", 1 IIYnMM1i-- I/111 W .. ...1,1f
ja0 Xlduneni! rJr."A" b-ta1v...,_- our'-easM.imperi nli'projacfti'1,\,\tt roQ .wm5wat'i' ._..CiMrt-Seout, Omp, Pi.Iatt ql/'h' Mrftndying ,,uanwfvatkn, wiUji f .
; the D Wildlife Officer 'Jjm 'Sch.,.* ". !'Yt
r panded entries this year to 20 and we love doill.n.'To us it is ; .'' 'PtlS >''l.rf '''1
girls to accomodate all the as much fun as !it is for the fiundayk \ They joined together for the
girls Interested in parti- girls who are trying for theposition M. Rose Sapp is a. patient flag ceremony lead by Cadette Cadettes spending the night f CB I
ci of Strawberry In Alachua General Hospital.She Troop 520 and Patty Mulling, Included Angelina /Hall. I
Usually limited to 15 girls Queen," said Mrs. Hyres. was visited by her Junior Troop 60S and Irene Angela Harris Kathy Diggs. battle cry of '
sera Flynn'naMiss publicity chairman Sharon At the conclusion of the final daughter\, Mrs. Elmer Wainwright lead a Scouts OwnIn Tracey Hankerson. Hope The GreatTrucker's
Hyres said when the club judging the ballots are Wallace'and son, John Green the Quiet Area. The emphasis Jackson Sadie McDuffy, Wart!
Sapp Sunday afternoon. Girl Scout Week .the Bass Erma Hutnm.
winds up with more entries collected from the judges who was Lorain
\ Patricide' Gainey. Prayers find a speedy recovery Promise and the Law. During Carmen Eaves. leaders Mrs.
of Mrs. Ernestine rather than tell a girl she can- are not to discuss the,voting
'daughter are wished for Mrs. the ceremony Happy Birthdayto Gwen Gray, Mrs. Carolyn
not be.accepted,,the limit Is among themselves. The
of Starke senior at
/ttlainey extended. ballots are given to a Rose. Girl Scouts was sung by Eaves. Mitchell Gray and
Bradford High School. Her "We would like to think that tabulator for the final results. Miss Jan Norman left everyone. "Denver" Cadettes Dawn
'is mbition' is to become ai.fMrofessiOnal Sunday to return to her Schoening and Patricia Montgomery .
there are no hard feelings The rules and regulations are
l artist. Pat'spftobbies among the girls for this the same as the Miss America classes at .Florida Southern High Girl Scout Cookie spent the day Friday. ;
and special interests College In Lakeland.Mr sellers were announced and Saturday the Cadettes cleanedup
practice, but it is our Pageant and the results are as
l>;.t nclude drawing running. Yvonne Link and Mrs. Jack Cason of their Outdoor
Judgment and we will not fair as is humanly possible,. ; First Place went to Lynne the area as
|J-bfcoftball>/meniberof) and dancing.track team She and is a Miss Cheri I Lynne Starling, change It.ald Mrs Hyres. said Mrs. Hyres. Ormond 'Beach were visiting Johns who sold 523. Second Challenge. A really great start :
relatives''over the weekend. place to Patty Mullins who for Girl Scout Week.
of her choir. Pat isi, daughter of Mr.and Mrs Paul Mrs Hyres explained one
secretary K.: Starling of Starke. is a club member Is responsiblefor Mrs. Ruby Yarborough and sold 357 boxes and third placeto
I ored FloridateBank '
being 'lIpon by sophomore at Bradford High choosing the Judges SchooLiaviaoryMeetings; Robert Faulkner were visiting Irene Wainwright who sold Sunday saw many of the
at Starke. in Jax.; Wednesday.Mrs. Wainwright Scouts in the church of their II/ CHUCK NORRIS
School. Cheri's hobbies and persons in the city and county 355 boxes and Joyce L.T 4 l>bikr ft*MOVICLAaIMrillNAIKmAk
interests include water skiing chooaen at random who haveno Set For Mary Lou Yarboroughand who sold 355 boxes. choice. Senior Scouts AN I INCIN, N/LINSI
skating horseback 'riding, personal interest In thecontest granddaughter, Erin Congratulations and thanks expressed their feelings and
setting and reading. She at all. March 21 23 visited with Mr. and Mrs. girls. The climax of the their thanks from the pulpit Sun Mon

recently took\ first place, in The club member choosingthe Robert Faulkner and Erin's evening was campfire singing and did a great job. Patty "Soul of Bruce lee"
water skiing competition at judges Is the only one who Bradford County School Advisory great grandmother, Mrs. lead by Cana Schmidt and Mullins and Cana Schmidt
Doctor's Inlet Cheri Is being knows who the judges are up committee meetings Ruby Yarborough Saturday. Betsv Yawn. were at First United Methodist PLUS
sponsored by Barbara until the day of the pageant for all elementary schools will Mr. and Mrs. Keith Griffis Church. Irene Wainwright
Norman's Beauty Shop. and Is not.liberty to tell any Tuesday, March 21, middle and family of Macclenny were Junior Troop 605 spent the at St. Marks Episcopal Truck Stop WomenRated
one who the judges are, said school and high school recent dinner guests of his I day Friday at Neyatl workingon Church and Catherine
Mrs. Hyres. meetings ,will be Thursday, parents,'Mr.. and Mrs. MallieGrlffls. badges and clearing the Schoening at St. Edwards : R '
"It takes a great deal of March 23. at 7. p.m. area. Senior Scouts Catherine Catholic Church.
time and effort on the part of ,
the Jr's to make sure the
07 pageant runs smoothly and Topics for discussion will Include d THRILLS CHILLS AND SPILLS
everyone is happy and basic skills and assessment 3'(' r a 1 I' ,
satisfied. That is a hard thing test, strategies for 1'.
school It's Excitement As Only Stock Car Racing
to achieve when you have 13 or Improvements, pupil

more girls to make happy. We programs.progression and remediation KITCHEN I e Can Bring..,TOP DIVERS AND CARS BATTLE IT
do out best to see that all the


Miss Cynthia Lee Griffith '

daughter Donald L.Gritfilh.of Mr.. a and junior Mrs.at The Mayor 'and Commission' of the City of Starke. Florida. BATHROOM 4 4000.00 In Prize Money. Is

Bradford High School. Cindy propose to HI* an application to the U.S. Department ef Homing 1 Up For Grabs.
was the JROTC Queen in 1977 and Urban Development for a Community Development Black VANITIES ..
I aUld! received honors for her Grant tor 'Y 1"'. It's A Thrill A Minute Sport In Two Great
''ir 0rk tin, track and cross I 1 n I
:country/ She recieved a first (')lnl Starling Community Development Block Grant funds are Intended toiimer ''O Racing Divisions: Gates Open At 4 ::00
place In the Bradford High benefit low and moderate Income person or, serve toprevent i
.ikhool K urNomiaated or eliminate I
Science slums and blight '
\ ,lop the.Americ vttMighSehooi.AthleteClydt Miss Gwen Zack Time Trials At 6:30: First .Race Goes At
of Mr. Come Sea Us
: Isbeing I,granddaughter. L.S. Tanner of Lawtey, a' Pursuant. to the regulations. of MUD public .hearings will be held 7:30: At One Of The South's Best Racing
Piggly n the Commission Chambers
sponsored! freshman at Santa Fe City Hail at 7iM p.m.,on Marc For> our Cabinet Needs
Giggly Food Store in Starke. J. Ittt, and March 29.' 171, to receive public comment and
bet Iflien participation In Me development of the. application Facilities. ..
"'. Federal assistant.I 'VAUGHN-JOHNSON CO. .

;:I : \ I Merrill Edwards ,COUNTY SPEEDWAY
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14O S. Thompson St. Corner Of SR. 100
"'Vtlldvy coloring In the lift eye of the famous painting '
nl ;"Mom Ll,." ha .I.d l experts .to suggest she may hv j 804-5711 Open Sat. 9-3 Starke, Fla. Highway 41.'441 At i-76 In Elllsville

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I Obituaries I'.,. .', .. I

Willis IylWillis Pine Level Baptist Church FunPl'alllome of Lake Butler NOTICE OF INTENTION old day on the premiss of the) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
Dyal 82 of Route 1. officiating. Burial followed In with Rev. Raymond Baer andRev. TO REGISTERS: '. Bradford County Jail Yard I will BRADFORD COUNTY, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT: FOB

Box 25. Starke died Crosby Lake Cemetery.Irene Bill Delaney officiating. FICTITIOUS NAME offer for sell and ... ''to the FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION BRADFORD COUNTY.

March 13, In North FloridaRegional Burial followed in ML Zion Pureu Statutes\ .>>, highest bWdaf for cash In hand CASE NO. 77-339-CP: FLORIDA. ACTION jf

Hospital following Cemetery under the direction Florida I Ie the above doacrlbad property of FILE NO. 1-2681

an extended Illness. Mattox Pence of Archer Funeral Home of* hereby given that HARRY W. Mid defendant\ satisfy the IN REl Estate of THEODORE S. CASE NO 70-40 COMPANY .

The son of the lato Georgeand Mrs Irene Mattox Pearce Lake Butler. KYlE and MARY ANN KYLE aforesaid E cutlon. FRANK. JR.. Deceased. REGISTER I OIL WILLIAM

Ava Starling Mr Dyal 75. of 355 N.W. 2nd Ave., Lake Rout 3, Box 94 Stark;Florida Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff INC.ERNEST, Plaintiff WILSON, v*and. FAYC L .

was born in Alachua County Butler, died Saturday March J.B.While 32091, doing t business under the Bradford CountY. Rortda NOTICE Daaandsnt. .
WILSON his wife, *
and moved to Bradford I P.:. in the Baptist Memorial J.B. White, age 70. died firm nam of "DOUBLE RUN 3/2 *chg 3/23 CREDITORSTO NOTICE SALE [ ,NSURANCE1'

County at an early age lie In Jux., after an extended Friday March 10, at his homeIn FARM," at the above sddrass ki' NotIce I II hereby given that : .

owned and operated his farm Illness. Cocoa. Bradford County Florida, NOTICE Of ADOPTION OF ALL PERSONS HAVING ..
f'IIreuarC0'\ ".) Final! Judgmententered
until his retirement.. lie was a Born in Bradford County A native of Boone Count, Intends to register said fictitious\ RESOLUTION OF THE CITY CLAIMS OR DEMANDS In the abeva-etyted MAINCf IN8VBANCB .

member of Pine Level Baptist Mrs. Pearce lived most of her Missouri Mr. White n name under the provisions of the COMMISSIONERS Of THE AGAINST THE ABOVE case, in the Circuit Court for ACENCVi 1M t.Lake Ace, ,,: Ii.,
Church. Lake Starke for until aforesaid Statute, ESTATE: Lake Butter. 4M7S.. "
life In the Butler Com many years CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA
munity She was a member of moving to Cocoa two years HARRY W KYLE end MARY CLOSING AND ABANDONING Within three ((3)) month from aril Bradford. the County Ftorfda.stated I thai hi Ca: ala
include three He was a retired farmer, ANN KYLE are joint owners the time of the first publication property
Survivors ; the First Christian Church of ago. PORTIONS OF MAGGIE Bradford County FIotIda.deatcJIIed Ever >... .. laemMel .
daughter. Mrs. ICula Mae Lake Butler /and a member of the Starke DATED this Tenth fay ofMarch. STREET MINNIE STREET AND of this Notice you are required ate: {...]dial. eevaram a- L

i Smith. Mrs Etta Foe Thorn She is survived by her husband First Christian Church. He A.D. 1978 at Stark, MARTHA STREET AS UES to file, with the Clerk of the The Eat 60 feet of Lot 4,'of -C' JOE USHER ,.

ton of Starke Mrs. Betty Richard Pearce of Lake was born December 23, 1907. Florida. BETWEEN BLOCKS 39, BLOCK Circuit: Court of Bradford Block 4, fronting 100 feet on AGENCY 4M-M2S ar 4WiNMJBANCEi .:

Morecraftof Dwight, Illinois: Butler; one daughter, Mrs. Survivors Include: two 3/18 4tchg 4/6 .. 48 AND BLOCK 48 OF JOHNS County Florid, Probate State Street and..150 feet on Lake III'
two brothers Truby Dyal ol sons, Bobby C. White of DIvIsion,the addressof which l I* I
Louise Driguers of Jax: her ADDITION TO THE TOWN OF Avenue in the Town of Lawtey, BUard I.. ..
Tampa and Clyde Dyal of son- -law. J.E. UriRgcrs of Cocoa, Sherman Lynn White IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of* STARKE. AS PER PLAT Poet" Office Drawer "B," Starke, Plat of Town of Lawtey ........ A(.acjr> Faraiera '

I I'lant City; one sister Mrs. Jax one grandson, Richard of f Midtlleburg; one sister, THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR THEREOF RECORDED IN DEED Florida 32001, a written statement per recorded In Deed Book "C," sad Deere Beak ....,.., ry:

Lila Reynolds of Tampa, nine DriKKWS of J.u. ; one brother Mrs. Opal Long of Fayette, CUlT IN AND FOR BRADFORD BOOK U PAGE 829. AND of any claim or demand Peg* 3, public records of Bradford **- '/...1101. Lake Butler

grandchildren und 10 treatIrandchJldrl'n Elmo: Matlox of Jax' : two Missouri; four grandchildrenand COUNTY FLORIDA. BOUNDED ON THE WEST BY you may have aoainat the Estate County. Florida l Inl_tl/ahf :.

four great-grandchildren. CASE NO. 78.96.KATHERINE CHERRY STREET AND ON THE of THEODORE S. FRANK. JR., at the pottle: sale. \to the highest r

Funeral services were held sisters! Mrs. Lydia (Hicks and Funeral services were held EDLING, PlaIntiff EAST BY CHURCH STREET. DecNMd. bidder for cash,at the front doer

Wednesday March 15. at the Mrs. Htwinda: Bobbins both ofJa Monday in the DeWItt C. -1/1I- ALL LYING AND BEING IN Each damn must be In writingand of th* Bradford! County Courthouse MISCELLANEOUS :

x. Jones Funeral Home Chapel ALBERT eDUNG and ANNL SECTION 33, TOWNSHIP 6 must Indicate the basis for In S._. Florid,

Chapel of Archer Tanner Funeral services were held with James C. Love EDUNG. his wifa, if allva, and SOUTH. RANGE 22 EAST. the claim, the name and addreea between 11 a.m. and 2 on
officiating. Burial was in If dead then his her' unknown of the aeditcrifi or p.m. LAtERyICEMENI:) <<; We 'Y
funeral Home with Key. Tuesday. March 13, at 1\0,::\ or BRADFORD COUNTY, FLOR- agent the 21st day of March.: 1078.
Roman Alvarez pastor of pm. In the Chapel of Archer Crosby Lake Cemetery heirs 4 devises, legatees, or DA, AND DISCLAIMING ANY attorney, -dIBH'e amount GILBERT S BROWN; A* dark Save a ..Itar, patHIa far
grarrteee; end all other parsons RIGHT OF THE CITY AND THE claimed. If the claim 4a not yet of Said Court: ya* I* tM Any. NatlaaalCaard. ,.

Jilpant'se'"' !I.ou' Story Sliiokari I'UHH' To He Shown or under parties or against claiming them by, through and all, PUBLIC IN AND TO THE due become the due date ehal when'be stated.It will If By: Marian McRea, Deputy v........Ya exvariaM. akaadjr... have reek. .:
I dark ... .... .....tH. Vac tt faffestra
parties or person having or CONFINES THEREOF. the claim I la contingent or un- 3116NOTICE aaaa. ether ....'M. "
\Iure'h: 111 At HUCMM| ", ,,, llwy Baptist", claiming any right, title or Interest liquidated the nature of the Itchq sat avswrtaaltr far ..-

in end to the premises TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: uncertainty shill be Mated. If the Of RECEIPT OF ..._.... Yea ray b* 0.1

"hhiokarj Pass" a new film ulmlinK/ love of a young couple Di'Bart Quarles Jr., pastorof involved\ In this suit Defendants. claim I la secured security: thai APPLICATION FOR PERMIT TO evarlaakkif. a vary peed l desIr ..

from the producers of "The at the turn of (ho century Bayless Highway Baptist NOTICE OF SUIT Notice la hereby given that on badeadrfoad. The claimant that CONSTRUCT / EXPAND AIR ,.....11. Call T12-OC21

Hiding& Place," will be shown Church extends an Invitation TO QUIET TITLEIN March 7, 1978 in accordance deliver sufficient copies of the POLLUTION SOURCE ..... C.x..IL'-I.s: one! .

at lUiylotts Highway Baptist Credited with creating a to each member of the comm THE NAME OF THE STATEOF with Section 166041 Florida claim to the Clerk to enable the PERSONAL A.,...

'hurch Saturday !March 1H deeper understanding of the unity especially teen-agers. FLORIDA: Statutea, the CIty perk to mail one copy \to each TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: : ..*!.*; ..y IsferautlM u
....., drawlaH e, *<..1) r.-
the To the Defendants: personal representative Th Florid Department of .
at 8 p.m. Christian faith among to attend thillspt.ocial showing. Commissioners of the CIty ofStark. ardia- U. OU Grtat Mill .
A true story "Shiokarl Japanese people the film tellsof There will be no admission ALBERT G. DUNG and ANN ., Bradford County ALL CLAIMS AND Environmental Regulation\ ties" .sad .",.11 ..>. ...... .. j
I'uss" Is based on the the love of Nuhuo for charge for the film proeram.Udylens L. EDUNG, his wife. If alive,or H Florida adapted a resolution DEMANDS NOT SO FILED received an application from GaUbead Breach.. stale

international best seller! hy l-'upko" und of his willingnessto dead to Na or her unknown closing vacating and abandoning WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. National Protein, Inc. for a per Park, please eeaUet Capt. t

Ayoka Miura. Nearly Iwo lie guided by his personal Highway! Baptist heirs 4 devisees, legatees or the portions of Maggie DATED this 24th day of mit to construct / A7MM Freak J. Akaa. at 4734701r .

million readers have been faith no matter how great the Church Is located on SH-225 grantees, and all other parsons Street, Minnie Street and February 1977. BTU/HR Oil Heater to be ud mmim .Hk. el GoldlMadbtwe .

touched by this story of the cost of the commitment two miles off SK-100.) or parties claiming by, through Martha Street, hereinafter descnbad. /./ Betty Webb, as PersonalRepresentative which I is a source in conjunctionwith 8.&. Aaf aialataae. *

under or against them; .lying and being In Johna of the Estate of the Type of Project cooking: 1/14 will .k* appreciated... licks I

And to: < Addition to the Town of Starke THEODORE S. FRANK, JR. process of air pollution at S.R.
. (:'lirixtiiiii (:'liurrli! Drive '
First"' Responder'' .to Carpet. All parties or persons having or aa per plat thereof recorded In Deceased 221. Hampton Bradford -A TASTE FOR AD- ;

The congregation! of the A total of $232 has been claiming any right title or Interest Deed Book L, at page 629 In RICHARD E. WELTY. 114 N. County Florida.UTME 731 J78. VENTURE Y.. will fled. Isis .

First Christian Church of raised by the congregation topurchiiNO The Ladies Council In and to the following delI Section 33 Township 6 South, Walnut Street, Post Office: Box N3294864. the Navy Travel' 5..a-
responded to the challenge by ,ibed property, situated in Range 22 East Bradford 996, Starke Florida 32091, Trite application has been submitted Utrnf ....*.. Wet *. apace.
Slarke has been challenged by ; new for the
church carpet voting( to donate a portion of Bradford County Florida:' County Florida and described aa Attorney for Personal Repre by Ronald H. Setter aa ....1./ ....&. Get tep

parsonage Approximately I. Lots 44 and 46 Cypress Avenue, lying within the confine of the sentative.31S2tchg. President pursuant to Chapter caallta, career. t..1...
Steve to $170 is still needed to
Deacon !
CRYSTAL LAKE 3/23 17-2 Florid AdmInistrative ... a(raat ( '.r.. F.r von
carpe I und l the proceeds Irom its Spring following to-wdC:
complete its < cover the/ cost of carpet und property ..,_.tI.., ceitact ChlalIlir.
Bazaar March 18. according: to plat thereof recorded "" Code regarding the control of
rawing drive by April ::10. installation! .. .TX42S9.Or I.* .* atBradford
in Flat Book 3, page 6. Portions of Maggie Street, emission which may effect the 8*..... M.....' 10

Bradford County public records. Minnie Street and Martha Street IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF maintenance of National. Air ate. le I p...| Tharxiiy 1
You and each of you are notIfied aa 1 llea between Block 39 Block THE Quality Standard PA. .. S ....1/12 ITtckc"

I I SOIJTIISIUE: ILK.MISTAHY; : : NEWS that a suit to quiet title to 46 and Block 48 of Johns Addition EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT The Department hereby give '4/Z8 '
of Its intent \to .leaue, said
the above-described: propertyhas to the Town of Starke, as IN AND FOR notice 'FREE PUPPIES Livable.
been filed against you and per plat thereof recorded InDeed BRADFORD permits. CopIes of the aforementioned ....1....&, callJc-diepberd
)Parents' Advisory Meetings evaluation and recommendations ordiniiting( the spelling bee at you are required to serve a copyof Book L, Page 629 and COUNTY, application and the .bad pap. 10 ",..It. ant. .
\ All elementary schools regarding( the school Southxide is Mrs. Sandra your answer to the complainton / bounded on the West by Cherry FLORIDAIN technical analysis performed by ..ra.: Halea ........,
discipline code !Duncan fifth teacher Plaintiff's staff avail ....._. Pbea* 468-1772.
in the county. during grade the attorney, Street and on the East by RE: The Marriage of the Departments are t/
the months of March. April :Mav Hi the topic will be pronouncer will be Mrs. MYRON C. PREVATT 'JR., Church Street t. al lying and able for public Inspection at the llpd 3/lt .

and May will meet the third budget review for 1477-78 and liurncy Winkler, media P.O. Drawer 798, Keystone being In Section 33 Township 6 SARAH EUZABETH RYAN, following locations( ): PABBlSHFAMILYiLaaklac (

Tuesday evening of the month recommendations for the IU7H7 specialist; judges will be Height, Florida, and We the original South, Range 22 East, Bradford WifePetitioner, Florida Department of Environment far family al Joke

lit 7 to 8 p.m. to discuss !) budget also the (Comprehensive spokesman< Mrs. Marjorie In the office of the dark of County Florida, and Regulation. 3426 BJU Mary Psrrlia. ......... 1878.CUbtrce .

various topics of interest concerning Tests! of Italic Skills Murphy paraprofessional; the Circuit Court on or before JOHN CANNON RYAN Road Jacksonville, FL 32207, or ... Eaatka, Laa.al.
the schools. i ( t'HSI i test results will he Dewey McKinney principal April 15, 1978; otherwise a and renouncing and disclaiming City of Jacksonville. Bio- Low..Gr..ther. Martba

The purpose of thosemeet (discussed! II they lire available and one judge to be decided. default will be taken against you. right of the City of Starke HusbandRespondent.CASE Environmental Service, 615 W. A.. CI..... Shirley, .bar '
.,. ,it' the time' of this meeting who wishes be any Jacksonville FL I n0.Tho.. C..,G.. DarlaBrvwa
fie !hi' "" Any parent to This notice shall published 6th Street, ,
i"I'its is" to. ( and the public In and to the 'land NO. 77-624 15 .
iiiuniui, March : B* $, Lake M.Fle. ".
.1, d ante to ask! cueslion| ', anil .1' curds" went home. attend this school program is once a week for four consecutive lying within the confine of the 32206. 32740. ant Irc.... '393tiOUU
13. report) cordially Invited to do so. weeks In the
make suggestions concerning Bradford aforedmcribed land ftC'
uchool programs In other Teachers welcome the opportunity In Mrs. Beaulah bennon's Dated Telegaph"1 .uWi..Ji. ."' DATmthl.7thqy, pfMerch. Persona wishing to comment'on aN. .a4. .. Jai:
words the aim Is fo Inform / to talk W4tf- parents kindergarten!' room the chi)-< Marah, A.D.178).* J"TDiv'i'vCITY .FOR DISSOLUTION'OF any aspect: of awaciton' : I 1 rWA tEOn..d'1 ', n,.
miii include (the public in (lie nbuiif their students work. iren have enjoyed learningthe '1978. required to submit their
educational decision making (Call the school/ office if you various events taking GILBERT S. BROWN COMMISSIONOF MARRIAGE, LUMP comment In writing to th*

wish I! to make un appointmentwith place during the month of CLERK OF THE, CIRCUIT-r; THE CITY OF SUM ALIMONYBY address above within thirty ((30)) PRICES PAID for
process AWARD
child's teacher.Sou'llisick's .
All parents are JIVilerlInri your February. They have made COURT STARKE days of publication of this notice seed aiabUe .be..s U ..rt-
encouraged to intend Your school spelling valentines and heard stories Bradford County Florida. WITH or before April 14 1978. (.*. la 3/4'' paid .r nor...
!lugll'Shlll1llund questions are l bee will be held in the cafe- viewed filmstrips and cut out By: S/Marian McRae Deputy : /a/ Merrill Edwards INTEREST The Stat of Florid, OLIN'S MOBILE HOME
( tl'nalarch! 21 .it !9 am Participants of to observe AND OTHER REUEF
valued symbols our country Clerk Clerk of said Board Department) of Envkyriineiit! SALES. M4-MM. Opec 7

Al Soulhsulc Elementary: in this IIchooldlolrnpion..hlp the birthdays of Lincoln 3/16 4tchg 4/6 Regulation daya .....,. U/chj.. _
will he the top and Washington. The children ....... TO: JOHN CANNON RYAN 3/16 CASH FOR GOLD --
the following schedule for Itchg Sterleg.w.lry ,
these meetings is listed here three speller from each of the have enjoyed! also their uniton NOTICEIs Itchg 318u".. Whose Last Known Address ,, dla' .od.. celaa,
: scheduled for four Iii th grade rooms 112 color in which they learned Is: c/o Wayne Frier Trailer Perk IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR daatal ..W.' WUI vblt y..
Meetings. are students The fifth grade colorsin INVITATION BIDDERS Box 1132 Live Oak Florida. .. ... ..
1 April IV ,mil,, ) color words recognized hereby given that applicationwas BRADFORD COUNTY, .r. Ph. Mr.
I:... ,i"s *. ''II /.iuuct< preliminary their various shades and made the tat of 8It&at... 475-1089. 3/9
in to the !school. cafeteria Irvin I spelling bees in their brought to their classrooms March, 1978 on by the Western day NOTICE TO BIDDERS: YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a FLORIDA.CIVIL ACTIONCASE &II....

Kpm.March classrooms to determine their toys pictures material doll Petition for Dissolution of NO.78-38
21 the topics for discussion three' participants In the dresses, and leaves to show Union Telegraph Company to NOTICE, la hereby, given that Marriage! and Lump Sum Ali WANTED M.. aadWeaiaa.
skills the Federal Communications WAYNE E. MASSEY and
Mill he basic school contest The winner different. colors. The class has sealed Bid Proposals will be received mony by Award of Reel Property sags 18-Si. II yen.
assessment test results Commission to discontinue the of Stake ABBIE E. MASSEY his wife W..... af lutara '
and runner- in the school been doing simple addition by the CIty Interest and other .relief. has been we year ,
strategies for skills! improvement up after-hour physical: delivery ser Plaintiffs.EDWARD, atari taday. .by ,.1.1.* tbeFlarUa
until 7:30: DST April 18. tiled
contest will participate in the and one group is reading in the again you and you are required .
and vice the of NatlaaaJ
pupil progression to community Starke. VB Army
Brad I I spelling bee second book. 1978 at the pry Hell Starka to serve a copy of your
or( County kindergarten
Guard. Irltad-
remediation April Florida during the hours 12Noonto F. BROOKER, JR. Eajay sew
programs Thursday I Out lOa m in Mrs. Charlene EnnisMrs.. Florida, for the complete constriction written defense, if any to the .
April ,
IH the main topic will lx 6PM Saturday and PENELOPE J. BROOKE!, Jolt tralalaf, good pay,
he I school'; board room Co- Martha Slefferman's third If the Is granted of: i.Petitioner or the Petitioner' attorney. his wifa. Defendants. ..._....... Ilia .....n.e.
grade room green application WAYNE M. CARROLl ... .aravtead ,.Ur......'.
substitute service will be available NOTICE OF SALE
is doing a play entitle Starke CIty Hall 40 East Main Street Lake Far Uw beat part-tba. Jab I i.Aaerlae I.
group"The Pot of Gold" Thursday by telephone through the Stake, Floridaat 3uttec, Florida 32064, on or Notice to hereby given that .caatact Mr.C.....,
Western Union Telegraph office pursuant to the Final! Judgment H.... ,
of words. ar 8ft. ,, 964-5320 b -
of work is worth many pounds before March 23 1978 and file
An ounce !March I IB in the morning. The Florida entered In the above-cantoned ...... ... ...
St Francis De Sales and first at Jacksonville. and which: time bids will be publicly the original with the Clerk of this S s to 4:30 .
kindergarten grade
Florida. hi the Circuit Court of _
Miami cause Equal epp.rt..flywpl.y.r.
and read aloud. Bids
rooms are invited to view the opened Court either before service on j/2 anI
Bradford County Florida, I will Subs
received after the above time
play in the cafeteria.Congratulations Petitioner' attorney or Immediately -
sell the situated in
will be considered. property
and date not
to four students thereafter; otherwise a baa'
this application Bradford County Florid,. WANTEDi Mabfla
in Mrs. Elaine Wood's may communicate default will be entered against axlae ... tlr... Wll pick up.
In writing with the described aa:
in the HOME
fifth grade room: Thresa you
Federal Communications Commission Lots 6 and 6 of Block 12 In the
Micole Petition. SALES. 904-S006. 0,.. 7
Sullivan ferry and Daren Scott, Whitehead Rusty- Washington, D.C.: may be obtained from DATED this 21st day of CIty of Lawtey Florida, a* days a weak, tf/efcg
i 20664 on or before April 5, the office: of Don R. Morgen, February 1978. mapped and platted upon the
going Into a fifth
1978. record of Bradford
Office Drawer public
Architect, Poet
grade math book and also for
1203: Keystone Heights, Florida GILBERT S. BROWN County Florida FOR: SALEALUMINUM ,
0 0 successfully learning long
division. 3/16 2tchg 3/23 32666, ONLY.CONTRACTORS. Clerk of Circuit Court at public sale! to the highest
bidder for cash,at the front door SHEETS
In Miss Claudette Peterson's NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S
of the Bradford County Courthouse -
: upon receipt
Miss JoAnn SALE By Marian
: McRae
Tyson'sfourth of One Hundred Dollar 'in Stark. Florida. 141118" s U- ..00'"
grade room the DEPUTY CLERK .
between 11 *.m anal 2 p.m. on
Dar i1.
(U100.00I) payable \to
students know the is that I
following Notice hereby given I.
Architect be forwarded 'the 21st day of March: 1978.GILBERT .Me Each
multiplication facts 0-6, Andy DcJph E. Reddish as sheriff of 2/23 4tchg: 3/16
... of and cIfI-- S. ."OWN, A* deck
two sea plane ap
..... Jones and Judith Petteway.The Bradford County, Florida underand
...,j cati nor collect. Fifty Dollars of Said Court TBESEARE OFFSET
-- I children who know the by virtue of Writ of,
1 multiplication facts 0-4 are Execution, to -wit: ((450.001) will be refunded provided By: Marian. McRae Deputy PRINTING PLATES.
I Eric Crawford Greg Paige Execution issued out of Circuit the are returned plane and In "good"epecrflcatlona IN THE CIRCUIT COURT lt dip 3/16 '!...,.... A....&.
Stefan Wheeler Brian Lane Court of Duval County Florida
condition within ten day of bid
L' Chris Thomas Clevie Myrick pursuant to a Final Judgement opening. FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Bradford. Printers
David Martin Donald of America Inc. and
llutchinson. Leon Hampton D. Green and
against Roger
....... Patti Browder Wendell Betty M Green defendants, in,.
OILUae CENTRAL Ex CINTSAIAIR receipt of Fifty Dotes ((450.00I) CASE NO. 7881In BRADFORD COUNTY.
Shanks and Ada Griffis.In .
CONOITIONINO' Alt CONOITIONINO. _. the amount of t2.694.13 together CIVIL ACTION I
Ou ,tv coohflo .! r. nonaDIv .0.' Aw..lflblo, ,in cap.citi'.. 'IronO Mrs. Dorothy Leach's with costs of collection. made payable to Don R. Re The Marriage of Gertie E. DISCOUNT ,
AvoKOK, ,n c.p MOM STUN M00.ll TUJ4A the winner of the six-weeks on* set of plan and specification Murphy wife. 'In re: The matter of the adopt* HWY. 100 WEST
i.f award for making the most *, ron+
Have seized and have In vsJ.B.
Murphy, husband. PARKER a/k/a/ Anthony Gerald '
and pick up progress.Mrs. Laurie Mullins' possession the following described EACH BID:: Shall b. eccom- Brown. Op*.7 dara a wach.
: personal property to- NOTICE OF SUIT FURNITURECse1
kindergarten has been panied by a caahI r'. check or NOTICE OF SUIT
wit: NO PROPERTYTO Chair. S.Ui139JS !.
!studying the symbols of our 4 small tables 1 lamp 3 heir bid bond In the amount of 6 NO PROPERTYTo $
a $50 or II., Y democracy during the month dryers, 1 complete shampoo' percent of the bid pric., payable about:, J.B.unknown.MURPHY/ Where"- \Whom It may concern. Baata* Reck.es'627,9. $
of February. To bring the to the Owner. Leaps fraaa 110.DtaI. .
station, 1 small desk, 1 coca cola
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat that an action for Adoption her .... Bat
story closer to the children. I139.1S
$100 cash Mrs. Mullins dressed In her machine, 1 Hotpoint Air THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER: an action for Dissolution of been fled against you and you Madlal. Cab: .s.te a..
2 Class Snack
Conditioner. .
centennial costume and as Cookie) Ja,.. Wta be required to provide a Marriage ,.. been fled against are ,required to serve a copy ef AB plmmbbif. sat alaatrical.
Mary Washington mother of ( .Performance Labor and Material 'you. J.B. Murphy and you are your written defense (If any \to es-lee

i refund. George Washington she told > payment' Bond h the amount of required to serve a copy of your It, on the pisintiH attorney' riNISHEOAUNriNISHED
As the of the
property written defense If to It. I
on addtees
them stories of George asI 100 percent of the bid amount. any whoa name and. *
I Enjoy cool comfort all sumyou add-on or modernize named defendant and that on Surety Company ahal be Iceneed th* pWntlff attorney who** James R. Flynn/Plerc'! *) and UTILITY ,
mer long with: one of these your present warm air heat Monday, the 27th day of March to do business In die name and address Ie I J.J. Hardy P.A.., P.O. Drawar.1030 BUILDINGS

I General Electric wholehouse ing system between February SCHOOL MENU 1978 at twelve o'clock Noon on Kate of Florida and shell be Wdbert, Jr., P.O. Box 10 8, Stales FL 32081. and fie the ....... Start at 1SU.

''air conditioning systems. 1 and April 28. 1978 March 20-24 Vo" toted by the United State Tree- Starts, Florida 32091 and file original with the dark of the Delivery. Foe wkh. ..aieaaaty.

We'll help you choose the (with installation by April MONDAY Beef and II wry Department. tha original with the clerk of th* above styled court on or before' .

model that's right for your 28, 1978 Get $!,o with the : candied rice PROPOSALS: May!not be withdrawn above styled court on or before March 30. 1978;' otherwise a FINANCING

house: Deluxe model $100 with the turnip greens milk.yams, ... for thirty, day after bid March 30th. 1978; otherwiae a Judgement may' be entered. AVAILABLE

Buy now. and get a cash high-efficiency Executive pears, cheese Fish toast and .J9J"'D date. Judgement 'may be entered gainst you for the relief' demanded NEW 4 USED STOVES

fund direct from GE, when model. TUESDAY: grits against you for the retefdemrdd (In the complaint> or AND REFRIGERATORS
cabbage slaw, applesauce '
Call today for a home survey B stlmaU. FREE! cornbread milk.WEDNESDAYt. J \ ALL: BIDDERS: Wit be notified.of In the complaint or WITNESS
the award of contract to the petition. my hsnsl and the
AIR CONDITIONING Lasagna. ..'t.- successful: bidder or the rejection WITNESS my hand the seat of '.sal. of MId Court on February
GORDON beans
tossed salad green ,
of all, bid, within fa/a/ day said Court on Feb. 27 1978. 27.. 1t78. Jr s
peaches hot roll., milk. decision Gilbert S. Brown GIlbert S. Brown.A* Clerk ofaid. m E" = i I
& HEATING THURSDAY: Hot dog on The place with the world's of the As Clerk of said Court Court..

bun. french fries, corn, H highest recorded temperature By: MoR A* Deputy Marion McRae. A* Deputy ''
Hwy 100 Between Starke & Keystone orange Easter cake milk. Is Al'Asixlys.! Libya which END Of NOTICE clac kMnlon dark. ,On May 16. 1866 a fire cent
.win Iirrt appeared 'In
l FRIDAY: Teachers' planning on !Sept; 13. 1922. was, Amari-
i2Jna 4/6778 3/2 4tcrtg: 3/23 3/2 3/23
473-4777 day. 136.4 P In the shade. 3cha : / : 4tchg ca. 'It WM known at a "nickel.
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APTSi I ... moderntoralchmge. .10 s cm _....... Dtenatcker mail. bo Brad **eb*>., SWB-351. 4 *..*.., dlataoc. .l Kytn _. ........ I I/I bath.M .a tt'WiQt
AC.: .rpm. ...... ........ ... lord County ........ and ... PTP8. C"I. k. MM atCwaaiMlly .......3 yar end ...4732466. Mr*. .IGO) ... ...... a
w Ik-l..I..t.walled ...... .. ,.,*, real any ..... sad anamlaally. dldvant*..*.. c...... w call llchf 3/16 ".*.... Phea ......15110.
.all..tf-etreel ..rill...31$ ..y of ......Ia lard.M. Mal ..... high. Hhaol. .d... M-CIM7 lateetectoa after Sj r:... 3/16
W. W........ .... ..... 964.M01. I .trial...fair a***** and eUVco) aad ... able. lo typo. .*. ...,I8It. !Wig 1/16 CARPET DX8TALLA- p R LTY
..... .....,. S .... ..... .. N.C.
Marphy as nStal CONCORD. Devblawide. .
Apply Bmpmy TION E.......... la nil I4a60
tlAgrom & /.. .. ... real god aunt SnrMo |laid Cost.I..b. FOR SALE. 1974 Raacker, pbaMC. deelro lecel. sight! 3 BR. I .bath, ....- rHONE
FURNISHED- APT-- ... MOUNTAIN CABIN Starfca. .......- tar .aids a.. .*... *. .-. and wkod. ..... CollRallccd ......r. aarpe. CH/A
.... *o I." acne. good appUoallM. M WUH March p.y.*... Tab up pay 43I-IS22 after 5 portly r.r.......".100 .... l 647776JOSN.
.Mdr. t BR. very cbc. .. ..., land I* all wdd, 28. lUbc 110PARTTIME _.**. @ .. ..** lb.a a .... .r .I.ovo .._. 1112/... A .TEMPLE
keg .ar..... drape A/C. *. .r... Th* ..... I* net year to pay .... CalaelBrM Phooo ....-"... 3/16 Slpd STARKE. FLORIDA
Ideal ler N.pl..r retired 1 .,..." ........,bat. .II I* DOMESTIC Walyd Stark. 9646464 PIANO TUNING IllSr"'ijiii' Cecelia Terwtllegar
.. .N.. Old. ... n.... .....1)' dried In ... la help ....... Must bava owe ., llpd '11' w...... Repairptoaoe
....* I....IIH. Uy */*. ..... .... AnycoodltlM. BEDROOM I;;;. PREFERRED PROPERTIES
]ro H.. It tra..par........ Phono 7823154. WlOlam 0......
2 BR Urge dock. vr-- Itch*; 3/16 1228 Blaadln-. St.. Stark. .... loojy 1 y..1.141. |. with
1 BR COTTAGE. Leke ..... _...1... Owner It'.ot' V-6, standardss.ah.la 964.287. 3/2 I bath. With 10 acreo eflaad. 40 acres cozy country home A rental Income
UlUtlea ......... STUDENTS/ .n wry .
.... to 3.1117,500.64,600 : Need T'port rT laud and aorveyed. trailer.' You will be In good
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS' .. ..,....,.....* ..... Urn. Jab that papa well and ......*.. Call .....191I1. 1/16 Pbao. ....-67". 3/16 4tck.*; from furnished...
REALTY Pk.... 4732614. te Acre......5 mltee Iraw Her* nod .....n..f ..... ltp. TELEVISION REPAIR AT 4/6 company with location.

3/16 .fI... "' ,. N.C. Nice ...... for th* FL Army N....... DISCOUNT PRICES: AT -
___---0. / *r yes .. perk a G_'. Davoto ... w.*...... DIMS FURNITURE 455 5 and 3/4 eTr. .e el. .had plae 3 Immaculate BR. IB CH4A on well landscapedlot
TRAILER SPACE Water ..... .r trailer. IVW.. S _... to mllllarf .....10.. DODGE CORONETS 1979 Main St., L.... Butler, 4B62985. BR be*.. with. 1 bath.. H7.000.
........*.......-., .nlla.... '. dew pa'..... T..... ploa two wok. In the ally ...... Tab aver .3/2 "/... Ah.'.'. .ldl... SR-230A
.. 7813348alter
Located a SR-235. Leetcr. a few .) over 2JWO ..._. Otferc tnlnlni. .*dadvaacemeat pr*>.. Itpl OFFICE MACHINES udaaak sad Wlei Rd. Pboae 964- Low utility bill Charming brick home on
...... Rd. Phone 964-6630 ......W*bava all lyp.. *f ..*.rI..u.a .- ragkitori -...... I14\ZI. Up" SI1. Madison space fa garden.
niter 5 .... Itcbg '11' ... .)' Ihted. free that are ....1.... Cal 7S2- 1971 ii RNET. Oed F....'. Offlc Mablae.. .. RETIREMENT--PLANS
,. /.. nod ap. W. .... 0621 Lak CIt)'. 1/9 sky. ccan Phen 782-3O20. 5.pd M.Ir lake. undisturbed
... ./.. P/S. A/C. Keyeteoe ** KINGSLEY' LAKE Calm serene
KITCHENETTES 1 BR ', ... troctei w. ak. kav 3/16 0450. P.... 964-76M after 6 adjacent. lo cooreo. furnished. a
are golf 3000 If.home duplex
situation sq.
..... TV. AC., atOIII. .hieluded. ..... cab lac, ......, old .. llpd 3/16 ..*.W.II' ...........
T..ly ..n........ ...*, .... Wrtt or cal tar CETA JOBS AVAILABLE.Clay p. CUSTOM MADEDRAPERIES _.. .... Clean, CH/A. 3BR furnished apartment over the watt
Wkly / .....1)' rate*. ..U.. ..r......... YM C._.) Beard ./ CHEVY PICK-UPl Ti76. W.'" awMeehhil I bath Owr bav

Temple Motel. 880 N. .*1400433.7421.Wda. Carnal) ... ...... .. last wharf bee. lilt V-a .lass.f....r..... Fre. .. ". Upper (20.. lr KINOLSEY LAKE Picturesque spring running
Temple Ave_ Sterke. ,.... .... Public. H..... Nurce, ..- ......... Teel bem ...1..... .........*. L... Steeba. *. more ........., caURolala beside property 3 BR with I large dock for
964-7357 3/9 4tpd 3/30 .'. call .....,.Ckerekoe Lad tllmd. by th*State..FUrU 83400. Pkea. 96447M alterpja. pbap 494-2219. 6/24'tl/chg Lit.... ......... .nt.r.lning.
--- M....r. N.C.. 28906. Mart .. ._..*,*. mere I 3/16 U/pd Broker. IS.I._.. cvee. aed
COTTAGE RENT.L.Y. { 7tpd .".. than 3O days and be Clay HANDYMAN. All acme r- with"
......... 372-3112. Treed HAMPTON LAKE Lovely' brick home
'r... Cant r......... Apply *l pair.. Interior cod tlrln .
year _... .. Galvll I...
Phono 473-4186. Gi Ti .HAY. Trh.1 Clay. Co. CETA .HI... *.UCurtbueo .........., ....**w..ld.| Realty extra tot, dock 41 beatheuse.
laA.r 4/Ps r 11I.... la ban, .. r.... CcmmuallySwvk TWO CARSi: 1961 C..e, .ad ......... Spout. rat** / Realter.. 177..... 3/9 4tckg.
E........., P.... 964- ... 91S Walaul Strt.Cree 221.'HI D....Dart$3M.Nw termc lot major ....*. 17HOUSE HAMPTON LAKE Unpretentious, yet elegant'
FOR RENT OB Lake .. 2/23 3/16 itlckere M bath *ar*. ..... .. FOR SALE Geedcondition.
4tpd . 9648961
Cv*. lei.. '11' F. Pbao brick redwood. Tastefully furnished.
G. ......... hem. 3 BR ..
** Pbea 7823321. Itpd 3/16
after 6 p... lor .Ir.dial. ..- ; I BR, carper,
2 Pnrtbtlly Balk, ,furalehed central orlaralehod. H/A.... . COVERS 1/.201.1 WORTHINGTON atUoUoo. 13khg. .loco to ........ ead town, Never before on the m.rk.t-a |ewel.'of a small

(150 meeth.Ph I ..* sad ...... homo*. SPRINGSi ..lMrrpondent 3/30 Mil 498-1003. TFN CkgHOUSETRAILER. farm 10 beautiful acres all In prime grass with
per '
.......... I.....** water ..at....... (159 **.. ......Contact Sharon FURNITURE RE. 70 pecan trees-cypress home- ,.,.,. large
and garbage ._..... Pha* ..... GATOR ALU> Pink. Union. C. Time. .. 496- t PERSONALS ) FINISHING Call.1.. .* IOdli. 1 barn fenced cross fenced.
47341383 efter 5 .... .r P..... 372-976T. 1211' A.... W........ F... BR ,...*. 431-1022. wry.
w.*....... Had 3/16 N.W,13th. St., G..... ........... P.... ....7."
.... 8/11 If/ctig_ ATTENTION. C......... M.....' Friday. lo 4i30rm. FOR BALE 2 BR FRAME 3Vi acres ", lttt a variety of fruit trees -home plus
DEALER tere ar....**, ... thai. sad INCOME TAX SERVICE. lit 3tcb 3/23 HOUSE... wall I. wall garage owner "".!lCed.
TWO BR DUPLEX 3 part time help ....... W. 123 8. Wab .l St.. ...rII.. ( 1/2
UnfuraUhed. wall to wall .. Thareday. 6 will provide. loll P...* ....-7-tU. 3/16 tiny. carpet, paneled acre. .
Iralalsg.Vuin. KAfiTERiNEiSpbltoal tv
carpal *tv., rfrlgertr." 2313SJS.. Hawtbarn* SISTER corner lot '.nlo." er a $22,000-20 acres-well tank pole-
1Z4 'N. Myrtle St.. F ; ... Galavll Bit. Parry .. Mcatleae. ad ahUtcavailable. 3/23 advice. and ...........905 S.E. 5lh Av... pretty.

.341/.*..... P...* 9644082 .. ........ Dcckri Only. .. Full. .Un. ..1company BABYSITTINQ IN MY _...11.... all pr....*.. .lHI L..h* Bulk,. d./.hg

.r ......1100. 3/14 4tpd 4/6 ( 4tpd 3/13 ..y.benefit..... provided.Take .. tkle. HOME ..,......P..... 7823216 ..Sims K.therla bee advice BRICK"HOME 4 yr*. old. 3BR In the country but en a paved road -home with II
3 opportunity by Inperce after 4 p... Myrtle aad .> rda lag loearrlajre f ba. garage, ..... productive. acres.
i t ffitMW"H. ii Woo :I20 pickup pptylag ........, health
TWO B pr
.. MAJIK LNv. 3/16 4tpd ../. CH/A. new .arp.ls. .r.....
..., 12>60, .. country.(110me. ; .. PECANS. 60* per aad financial preMom.. 1/2 acre *fl 301. 629.90O.Phon .
P".. 964-6112 er .... ...... ...-.Z10. 3/.. MARKET. 486 N. Tempi. I9 FOR Pke** I04 Z8-61161. 3200 ....-.77.. Me*. ./'* Largest den In town 1240 Standing CHA
Av. 816ler
sad 605 _
964-62(1. 3116 yin" W. Mad/ ., Reid St.. P....... C... la, .. excellent conditionownerransi.rrsd..
llehg *V<
.. St, Stark. EaulOpportualty 1040 fr.., U .. *tberattacbxmit .r cal .r write. 3/9 31 pd --I -I ------
"" ilmplcyer.. 3/9 .. 30 ,,)'r..
P'r--1; LE LOADER. N*"d 3/16 ..prlsar. ..... D......
...r..., utlatl. ..... ..... ..... powder, ".U.. Sky Martin, ....-.1573. '11' 4lpd* Crystal L.... .. ...It.* FloriUnd Realty
N. pel .r ."'Idr... 314 N. OA."q....? Opea 10 a... te 6 46BABYaiTTINQ SEWING ...ACHINESREPAI.ED. make all.,. Pub Harris. ,
Tempi Av*., 8larh. Phaaa ..Saturday,7554569.3/9 EXPERIENCEDWAITRESSESi .73 113. 3/16 lukg 3 13 313 N.T..I.Ay..
Al make
....-64f.. .r (64-7344.- llpd '" _4/13_ Part the to a ....... cleaned, eiled aad ..|..... -..*. A .. A ar O Stark, Fin.

: 3/16 CT'ONs Dealer sad .r Inl Urn.. Ryan H..*- Christian .h.... Hot ..aI., (7.Week .............1..... GEORGE ROBtBTS. 964-7700
w.I..... ...1.. ..... ...... .., K.,...* Ref.Real Eilate Broker GOOD COUNTY LIVING
Bay ..
aack*. ladlvldaal ..... Stricklaad,corner ol Har... USED FURNITURE
t 16 ACRES OP FARMLAND .......... N.w ........- Ht*. Apply In .*r.. _". ............ ,.... 964-6034. Read aad Hwy ... tlchgBILL'S SALEFURNITURE PbaM9647U68flRfe9MNorthTeoiplAv. F.no.'" with. (1..*... ISI1arra.wkb4SR,2bath!
I for I..... Ph.** 964OII4. .*, teelc electrical ...- S.. Mary may E...... /..., ited 316GARDEN ARRIVING ".. '

| llehg. 3/16 ( ... feed haws, .blkee. SAW SHOP.. Cempleto WEEKLY ltrk- .Flaridr true ...... ''Y... tt I h..
.. .. V... mercbaadlea. ,.. ""'III ---TIME. Save- >.arback. ebarpeoms "",.., D.Dree In 1201! CH/A. .to addklea. I*

FURNISHED I BR .part- *ad cl cal... 7iSO. BUSINESS G........ *r flewer .......... bond. carbide. BARGAIN HOUSE aaatber kaa>*with 3 BR. I Ibatb. I
_... ,...P.,... -'e.JJ.- ......)' ..u... Back. .. P.ot OPPORTUNITIES. bade till...Cat alter ,....; them. mewar .blade bellowreuo .. 301 both .Ltv... ...,runt....
.110 a.k pli o $33 o olJ *. m Mlre.. BIB Perry ... .1494.8067LWlyh.. sad .......... L.aws.lIarlws'Ostldlsg..ppI -- -. ,
..... .. P..1 f ",1a71.1"1Ia.311' 'r"f "._. S/S 4tpd'9/13 Rake II'.ft f", -, .*J>alV ..> | ',1' mfr. #'* ..' yy' New. ,.. eaa.b.p I *ere..
; al. "" TfEBARTH CORPORATION .......or KeyMooo Helfbu.tlch ; Sll IU''''." .! tawierwttb "' "ayt
i8 ';; UOUSE""OF" EaeriT raadlad. high, Very .... .brick. ._., .bttewo 10 ftt. dew* .Mlln .
FOR RENTt 3 BR. -l/1' May bread of ........ cervle dealerahlp. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUSi .I..... ..s., reeat.3BR. .. > ..... Mealkly'
balk. brick. b... located la vacuum.. uced ........... F.a.r part tl.... I Pkea* 9644894 *r DISABLED' VETERAN LAKE SERENA. ...*- I both.! .... 1&7.01.
Lab ..'''r. Cal M..... F. ......* .".110"'.. Eiport .. 4 .. .prIJ*.. H.... 96/-.711. "/C.. WEI.... oat year gangs If tlful balldlac. eke with __ ---
R." E....., REALTOR. : .,all make. ..Part and .Ilk. kelp hi. atartap.Attracttv ..-... .. hf> ... ..* platy .l tre.. 610, 00. Fraaj baoM *a 1 era loceaalry Out .. H..p'*.. I II .cr*.
""-31711. 312 U./c". ...**r.*. far ell vacuum .. let year .... HOME REMODELING. IIh'c wanted J.... 473-t406. ---- very r.....*...*. with. trailer and ..n.

.._.. 404 NW 10th ..... I......... ef nAlOO !. Ik. .ken.. we d* It/" '"c..; AFFORDABLE. Tw. BR. --
KEYSTONE--c.1:---. ( ..._. Gamaivai. ..... quickly rvturwrd, Write r........., electrical, 1 ...t". A (raat by fr the. 8 Art... Nertk ol Sterk. Acr...* I* C.. ..,". ..

.... !'BB." 1400 .... ... ... '- ... /...,_ Zlebarth Carp. 9M 8. Kickway .*.0.|,reea addltlaa. .... SEPTIC TANK GREASE list tbae baaie ".,.r. J.) .. .ff US 301. .....y..**... 48 acre*.
dwelling, 100165 a Hwy. ITEMS EVERY DAY 41. I..n... Fla. Cd I wrk at h_..... TRAP ........ ... II***, 822 00. MO per aerei 30 ecree,
N.. tl Nertb. 1279 pr ... .. ..re........, need 32650. er call collect,. 1-904- pr..... n..re..... Pbw roaeeoabb. Jo Fercytli. ---- .Klagchy. Laket S. Deablcwlde 2 ath.llding..l.rry.bdd (1000 per .rro.N .
MH. BR. -
726-9568. 3/9 4tck. 3/30 9644087. 3/30 431-1012. All ba.lace. COMMERCIAL LOT IN -----
.. .. .. and ( 4Ufc
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KEYSTONE REALTY. ........ ... I...
.... loo mach te II... ._ 3/31 U/ STARKE. ".110O ; CITY 3 BR, c.. reteblack
473-2614 d/c', i .....
I' VARIETY SR Fall .r Part T''.., aaaeailpportualty Ir-------. MINUTE"DRIVE FARM 3 BRCB ...... gdceedltle
,KEYSTONE 3 BR7T B. W. at U.8. 301. Y'all ler .*. *r V -olfDrillln! I (.'."RI.... Froct ... |...* FIVE 10 acree, 60 peeaa coos. 3 *.

fully 1 .p. (...ml. .kluke. .. ..*.!!_tfehj!! _______ w.... 'lalereetad la ..tralaeeaie. .beautiful heavily. TO FLA. STATE ...-buidlai. I....,. work- 2 BR /n... 1 III .bath.
CH/A. W/D keec-upe.. car- Far lalervUw' phea. I weeded. let.hh. sod dry PRISON 3 BR I bath. chap. .tera.. ho*.1.| IBR frame.acer ecbeeU.Pko .
pert, larg. Ut, Z50 m.. TRACTORs to good Chrlatlae Rewl 9644808. 2" thru .6" paved .. ..., build. your Coatral Heat aod Air.' *.....7700
.dltl.., ronatly over 3/16 .... ... .. -- !Ie..r"d.'j; VeriP.Odm
KEYSTONE lay I awe .r ye* "STARKE .late *a
REALTY .', Call 4M-2033.\ Std Fast Rotary Hk. ao* ol our*. Call lor BETWEEN A 301. _____ ....Reel E....*
473- 2614 UckCUNFURNISHED .*. 3/2 4lpd 3/23 KEYSTONE.2 Bit. I bath.
II..r. sad 3 BR CB .h....
.14.tall. *
--- 91808480 weekly, nalqa Drilling Equipm'enSTATE \ Just
HOUSE ailing Ins _____ 2 car (eric with wily .*.. 2 balk. 154.6171P.ulA.draw.
pregraai reiaedeled. .
with ''''r.. ..dr..... Pka & DIRT BIKE ........ .I... Eaeterry Rt. 5. LICENSE I acree STARKE.wltb 3 BR 5 hem bllful. end. --- CH/A. W... .t La...)'. A._... .....7739

644841. 3/16 2leha 3/23: oily S hur. rldlna-. B.. 16$. L.... City, Fl. ..5 5.50..... .U beae callable It.r.. Other lota aad komeaavailable. batik'Taft I....Starlag
f keaee
I II 3 BR. laSaratefa
..Pbeae 5 3205$. 3/9 6tpd 4/13 I Cal
NICELY: FUR'NliHiED on.bodr. 9644348 alter Pumpa .. tedayt Helfkta.20acr A._... 782-3896
.. dupla. UtQIUc llpd 3/16 -- STA.KE.'aa.I.....,.. -----

l ral.....Nina private. yard 939 per baadred. etalllac I E.Cal St.....r .... Ha.I PHILIP W.CLARK Tw. Iractc vary
New A UsedSalesPartsSeryice
and driveway. Inqulr 603 E. ....1...* already ataaiped I ....nt.LR DR....,plus 9 Lawreac n.*.*...... Jaet eft SR.16 THOMASREALTY
Wuhugto 3/2 llcbfkltebraette ; and .,..... freeeappllea. ....family.. rm with, rye paved r.... rii

i.2 iooMEI'Fi i: 'Y 1 MOTORCYCLESFOR .eavelepe sad a.ll lei addreaeedetaaiped ROEL. .leg 'fireplace.. -__ RIAIIOR Boulevard lift I .bathTliv'laf; ; r...

*. .tlUtl.. aad SALE 5009 Old. Midlothian Pike. .E5Z5Terms, A.B.PATRAY KEYSTONE HEIGHTS .........CB,,. .....Very

TV liMkidd.. UNDER mmmmmmmm SalteNo.. 64, R'c.' ....., Va. k.'....Ho..Fl. Office((904)4734700Evealafi) r..***....*. 621 North. Walnut 8..
WOOD MOTEL3 1/2 N. a :p.
OF STARKE ,.ar 23224. 3/16 Ztpd 3/23 Plumbing CCBLKTS.JR. Starke. ,F......,32091
301. PkM 0644349. 3 !
S/*' : : : ...rIa.. Saivkl .....r. 5 Hem 473-2039 1904)473-4037) Rag Real E... BraherPhaoe 964-6I6Z
Ztckf S ....712.
.... 9644020. 1640 Sooth L.______ Faroierly A....n....*.
-- ..... 1301 South ,lo New Installation OPENSalwdayAJM. Real.E...,.
FOR RENT S BR ..oblldh. "'.I tl/cbg.
.... a Lab G.a.Y.. FAULKNER'
...ral..... A/C. C/H. .mpr Remodeling REGISTERLPGAS Fear BR. I bath ...cnae
..alkplv. .ullUtl.Call HOME .blech. b.oosupr4 Wow
473-4149 alter 4 ... .r ERVICE POLES Repa.rsJOuppanc'v E Medleea 8tH Se* .by aptal
aaaHB B i
a *aaa a aa a
**.....*. llpd III: IB ,.
308 S. Thompson SL A Lillian C. Pearson ---
1 BEDROOM: HOUSE p MobileHome : : > : :: 23 acreTbT 0..,.... Nteeelo
Ual.ral..*....r.......Ireat ...... .......... .. 984.5888 ut roe L Real Estate (, ....r llaiatbifOee .
perch, Illty' r.*.. wa.bre Cash & Carry 2303 N.Temple BRANCH OFFICEUS -----
.a.b. .% ,....Mar ari.l.c. 200 AMP PUMPS SUPPLY'COMPANY Stark. .Florid T 301 NORTH acre .h... 01....
(.......1' r*.*....... tlSO, Dock _9644O6J LAWTEY.FLORIDA ..w.. heoi. and red-
per ....llrct aid .but ..... \ j y I 782-3806 ........ SR-IOO Srath.Owaer .
U ..w..... 964-6020, t//rig- Home Delivery Of OPENSATURDAY .
864 N Tempi A"e I1.-3p.I 131/2 acre. 4 BR. t balhfraai /1a.-1sg.
Cylinder & .beau ,I.. 3 BR I F........Tbeia*
StarKe 3 BR. 2 1/2 bath. .brick. h... .
.balk. frao.. (...100. 8U|.Real IA....
964-7061 Bulk Gas .with'. .flrcplac...... -oieaytbr F_. 3 38.2.bath .brick. Broker.

, FOR RENT I ----- CH/A. f IIn'...... bar Office
FREE CHICKEN 78bara acres with .pry .0'.10' with 7 ..r... Ml.OOOi 16 9544152Ev..hp
r1] >. Appro. 40 acree .. acre. 870.000. ---
Mobile Homes **,re".. paetor, prle .
ecree" T7eV
is wl'Y.U 8. 301 'Iq Ga(r.rd Indu..... Perk be*. redoeed tbroagbMarch. '.7 ieOS 633.1216ASSOCI4'IES'

782-3225 I :,' BRIAN Teroii effered..t. IOOA 113y600y__ '
For Rent
Tou. 'Remove And Haul Learn ".,.* worttf moat eeclnaiing hobby" free CI...... Real Estate ....u..-. -1100--.-. .-. brisk 45 .... ...... ..... 301 ......S.._.
Wed. And"'.. 1 To 4 p m. Friday 7 To 10 p,nt. : lie.... .130,110O .. e.96488t
'In Country boat.. Nkly.. UadMaped.paved -
Cell.Time Preferred. 2117 N Temple drive, .Ir......, asis t arms A op Larry **kc.city ---
.20r3 Qreenware. Coramle 8upP$.*. Custom Fes.... Duncan felnl*. bought with > ..... or 58acre oat r.S3 J>00 per ..r.. HanN 1:...

8e4.8788O'FlCIO'EN .. **.. .. tk.. roam 12 .... clowo Eve, .41111
Bedrooms : high. sad dry bad ar*.... :.__
FOAM INSULATION 9-1 Cal far as appobitaioteeo Ie 10 acre restricted te
SATURDAYS thin aao. h..... lardy 230 W..... LONGCIiAMPIIonMBndBuildlrio
Furnished Or. SUNDAY BY APPT Rd. MZjOOO.f : .
W. ... ........ h.. Float army wlt\ .... I BR farJked fnaM .... MMsth '
UnfurnishedPhont \\fOjT Details FOR THIS VICINITYUrea 81J900. aa aero! BR. 2 balk ...... ....., .. Ia.. woks d dryer. BVILD-t' ,
---- ....., mat a.d ..*....)- .
W. bas lot* lor-aieblle ..... Good .in.... oppw- .11.100.----_. Your Plant Or Our
Bill Austin. WATIMSWIIDOZIN9 .*..! ....,. $p..o b.eb larf YovrLotOrOurt
Formaldehyde foam Insulation lo the best --- -- BR. I arr.s23J00.
insulation money can buy. Dealers who sell.. this W. boa ktafer bJMIctW w. oed .UmOmft. with ..*!) 3 BR fr"arH"i l l/Z aar*. .FREE ES11MATRemodeJlDc

964-8114 ----- arr.ag. aad hoal.. Crawford. Road. (16.700. Rep n
FOR product the Insulation field. We set up
w Bulldozer Work ..... c**>a*r complete equipment and material for complete aad] todaetrlolprepertyt W* bav7 301 ._..Ie''" 36 JS AreTT 4o" eo 301.

Largo or Small SALE dealerahlp. W* .* pre pir/y, Term Xi Jl>l2._

BRASINCTON Land Fill BUY a ..._. BUILD a Aep f ."acr;**-Ul Saate Sold- Traded :
Cad IolailllDObDe w .iMe, or SELL a boeeolEveobig Peal H.Peolkaer F.we. 3 BR.MH. 933 JM9teraie. --..:..-
All.*. I. 11rllft1BuI1 aad W........ Realtor .Adydsing ..311aer '
sales&Service .PondsWILBUR American Foam *fe ACRE GEFOR
.... .. IBR .
.., *aa boo* ,I
Fin*Selection Of Used WATER V RALPH BRYAN A_ BR M H. .n..... er bMb .. SALE,
Can Taken On 1IIltiatien *- C44614ZBoewM.Bebbe Ul. eo.__...._ --

Cadillac Trades M-4Mt 782-3172 '" .WAYNE:DOUGLAS I sad 4710.71. *o U*. :JtttWUIfigKvny

2001 N.W.13378 5301 (.DOGMadison'. St Smrke. 635-E.: Oleander< ornt-tett Eves And Weekends BROWN ll.. ,"
GAINESVILLE ((813)) 888.1883 Contact: Floyd Or..". ". DAY ,Stark
....sua ew......- -.144 ...-T*'4806 ?


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Facet* TELEGRAPH March !" It7

fi4 "r C't m .w lrr * # *

.Parent remember Friday
March 17, Is our Bingo night.
Donations of $1 will be
collected for each Bingo Card t tvY

I which can be used for the
entire night (
Only students whose
'parents attend the Bingo
Game will be admitted to the

1 movie for 3S cent donation.
Ind, 9 The movie that will be shownare n"" r9 '

;! a Walt Diane)'* "Wild
Country" and "Abbott and
"" CoBteUo Meet Jack & The
""-- _- ,
;-'-:- Bean Stalk." The 29 cent

.','.1'o,: donation include both
.. .. movie
-, j.. ..' .
f. Refreshment will be on
".,.!.j.t"_ "' :.t"J..-..:. .t:. .:-, :_. sale in the cafeteria. Student

Pilot Alva Owen threaded the needle Saturday to land this The skill of Owen In piloting the out of control helicopter ta will be permitted to buy k I j,
National Guard helicopter ID the open yard at the Camp credited with avoldlngcataitrophe.Owen has 3." hour flying' refreshments during reel I a +
Blinding maintenance ahop. Had the helicopter minus It* time plus 1,0(10( hours of combat flying. Guard.men.ay Ow..'. change ,a1l
Utilizing rotor hit the building! the maintenance shop would experience paid off Saturday. r
have been demolished and the copter crew probably would havebeen AU.star Ipee4bsIl
killed.PILOT Game SefPr14yThere
will be an All Stir

CREDITED WITH SAVING CHEW Speedball game between the t "p
4th and 5th grade girl and the .
4th and 5th grade boy "
Friday. Student who participate 4i.
In Crash
None Injured Seriously will be selected by their

... teacher This game will con. Front row (l-r)> Dawn Motley. Stacey Bowen Maria Thomas Laura Waters Dean Reddish.
clude the S baD unit. Second rows Debbie Tyllcyka.. Bobble Jo Singleton Evelyn Daugherty. Darlene Causey.Loucinda ,
That pilot did a fine job, I aboard Six members of the according to Col.! Franklin All five were taken to the All of our student are still Griffin.

figured! it had to be someone 20th Special Forces Fief: Persons, state Information Naval Air Station Hospital at working very hard to be the Third row Joseph Hitch Kay Allen Rhonda Sapp. CarolIne Hamilton Mary Ann Thompson.
who knew what he wasdoing. headquartered at Craig officer at the Florida National Jax NAS for treatment. All Souper Star for the week. The
." said a local National Jacksonville had just parachuted Guard Headquarters in St except Radford. whose leg dead line for our labels has
Guardsmen of the helicopter from the helicopter Augustine.The was broken, were released been extended for approximately
crash at Camp Blanding last when the crash occurred five aboard during the Saturday night. Radford was ) another three weeks. r
weekend In which the worst Saturday at 10 a.m. crash were the pilot Chief expected to be released Mrs. Donna Brewer's class Is r,
broken Warrant Officer Alva Owen Tuesday still holding the lead with 179
Injury was a leg
None of the injured were It Is thought that a backpack of Milliard 1st Lt. John labels this week. Mrs. .Cindy
local men of one of the jumpers Barber Green Cove Springs; The helicopter landed In the Hardee's class came In
came off and flew into the Crew Chief Thomas Radford open asphalted yard at the second with 88.
The 13-passenger! UH-A smaller roar rotor which Middleburg; Command Sgt. camp maintenance shop. Pilot Our Souper Stan for the
Huey copter fell from some stabilizes a helicopter.. An Major Thomas Isack, Owen maintained control of week are as follows: Tawanda
I HUO feet when the rear rotor investigation into the crash Falatka aid PFC Dean the ship enough to land In the Tyson Joanna Brown Kathy
malfunctioned; with five men will be made by the military Morris of Palatka open area, between the Burton, Ernie Williams

,.._...._._._ ..... -, ...,.... rJI.I n.-"' ;:-r1I'1w :;: I buildings. Owen avoided three Valdez DeSue, Sean Starling, ,
... iit......, .w ,.; u-- + j tanks parked nearby in the Marty Sellers, Feiecfa .
:ro path of the copter avoided Hankerson, Renee Hewett,
o demolishing the large main Dewey Dougherty Jamie
tenance shop and landed soft Carver Melina Davis, Lisa
.r. Mosley, Dawn Mousy, Marla
ly enough to avoid serious injury
to the crew of the ship. Thomas Debbie Tyllcyka,
"That man did a fine job. Bobbie Jo Singleton Stacey
.w. p'o" r ri He's the best they've dot up Bowen, Evelyn Dougherty,

I there (fat Craig Field), o.ld Darlene Causey. Laura
Col. Augustus Gonzales of the Waters, Dean Reddish,
i Camp Blanding training site Rhonda Sapp Loucinda
fi lr s + afA staff. Owen has 3,000'' hours Griffin Caroline Hamilton,
flying time plus 1,000 hours of Kay Allen, Mary Ann
A combat flying time. Thompson, Joseph Rltch.

On Wednesday, March 15,
g I McDonald' came to Starke
Elementary to show the film
I "Bicycle are Beautiful the

', II fifth grade. The subject is Front row (I.rl): Ernie Williams, Renee Ilewett Kathy Burton Joanna Brown."Towanda
ep ,YO M1" bicycle safety and will be accompanied .

by a Written teat. Tyson.Second row Marty Sellers Jamie Carver, Sean Starling. Mallna Davis Valdei DeSue./FelecIa
Household Learning : Hankers

t home.Ways Language to help your and child reading at Third row: Lisa Mosley,. Dewey! Dougherty:

f experiences outside of the DeSue; Mrs. Hoffman-Tonja
classroom helps the child also! McCleod; Mrs. Adklnson-
Hint: Let' share a Story Kay Allen; Mrs, McClellandand q:
1L4 1. Start a story about a pet Mrs. Long-Mary Ann ,
(or other interest of child). Thompson; Mrs. Goodall-
2. Your child repeats your Loucinda Griffin; Mrs.
and adds of hi.
sentences one Reddish-Marcia Watterson;
rNiatfit.. ,. .
+n J
41r or her own. and Mrs. Strong and Mrs. ,
Crashed helicopter photographed from opposite direction from above picture. r 3. You repeat and add Sellers--Carrie Coburn.
'* "" '
another. Deanna Tomlinson' also iIi
SFCC New Student Testing To lie Given ut BUS t' 4. Continue In thin manner" holds the school record with 66
until "story I fa completed, Jumps and Julie Hall is second -
(Can also be written, taped, with 62. rte "

For the first time Santa Fc coming, freshman students in step in making' their college drawn with picture). All classes are singing ;;1rti
Community College will administer the areas of Heading. English career more successful and Mr. Lyle William. 3rd Easter songs and learning the : .
its testing programfor and Mathematics skills before enjoyable.The Second! grader Jimmy GrlffM grade class I* again competing "Bunny Hop" in music class -"'G'J.:
new students in Bradford they are allowed to registerfor assessment program examines one of the pig banks with the County Fair in this week and next before the J i .
County, with tests belnoHl'redAprlltOatf:30a.mIn their first term classes. takes about two hours and the classon the swine category. EveryoneIn Easter Holidays. v4Rmeeil'" jt 'i :.: J, 'd 1d, .
: The tests are short and self- results do not effect one's ad- made!by a grade this class has created their Rehearsals for the fifth I .....-< .J'I' II. "

the High School. scoring which gives the mission to the college. For display In the/ library. own 'artistic creation piggle grade "Hansel and Gretel"are Physical Education Star Student: Cathy Lancaster, Danny
All students planning to student immediate feedbackas further information, call 964- bank coming along real well. Brown Susan HlUlard.
attend SFCC for the first timein to their level of academic 5.1H2: or stop by the Santa Fe Now the students are
the Summer or Fall should ability and readiness With the office in the High School. MUSIC NEWS rehearsing on stage and we
and results the The fourth and fifth Mrs. Patrick's class 'Third TUESDAY, March 21-
plan to take the tests. Those student test grader are beginning to get costumes
who take it here do not have to academic advisor can then have finished with the poling scenery'and props together, grade, Susan Hilliard, Lasagna garden salad, fruit .
keep the appointment calling schedule the first term fi now (tlxikling) and each class Mrs. Janet Kimutis Is a big daughter of Mr: and Mrs. cup, garlic roll milk.
for them to take the tests at courses It Is very importantfor had a contest to see who could, help with the costumes and we Charles Hilliard. Susan Is In WEDNESDAY, March 22-
the Gainesville campus. the new student to he enrolled jump the pole the longest appreciate her very much. Mr. William's and Mr. Fried Chicken Mashed "
For the past 2'_ years SFCC for the proper classes Ninety percent of the U.S. without mistake. One winner Our Physical EducationStar Austin's class. potatoes, brown gravy green
has been testing all new. in their first term as it Is a big grape crop i I. grown In was chosen in each class and Students this week are: limas, peaches roll, milk.
California. each received a candy bar'of Fifth grade, Cathy Lancaster, THRUSDAY. March -
till choice. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LUNCH MENU Sloppy joe on bun string
II Drawings for Phase 4. of Vo-Tech OK'd The bitter orange was the The .winner were as William Lancaster. Cathy is in March ZO-23 beans buttered corn applesauce t
kind known in
only Europe follow: Mrs. Kitties-David Mrs. Adklnson's class. Fourth MONDAY March _-- milk.FIRDAY. t
until after 1500 A.D. It was McSpadden; Mr. Patrick- grade, Danny Brown son of Turkey sandwich french March 24- NO
The Bradford County school he thought there was some asphalt dumped on 'the play used at a reasoning, not *, Deanna Tomlinson; Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. William fries, lettuce; tomato and SCHOOL. teachers planning \
board gave the go ahead "fat" in the estimate. The ground. a fruit. Baker and Mrs. White-Leslie "Buddy" Brown Danny Is in pickle, banana pudding milk. day.

Monday Feb 20. for the board gave approval for schematics .
"We have a mess out there -- -- -- 1
preparation of schematic to be prepared for and we have a contract" said ____ _- __, .__ ___ __ _U'I.I' .Aa o. Ia e,'at .. .:.\._ -t
drawings for a $17 million presentation to the Department .
Casey lie said the site should ----- V --- ---. .
I IV construction of of Education: in Tallaliassee {
phase -Th r-- r
he equal to what it was but l I \
Bradford Union Vo-Tech for authorization of the contractor wanted out of ... -.. .......
(Center but haggled over aS.ltMI construction funds.Superintendent ill11lttlllrnn! lltlllrIfU
the deal for$3MI!( ) and the board ,,1.Jt"
from a paving contractor Tom Casey always gets short changed. -:..:.\ \
told the board after the plansare Salley agreed to an error on (lWlJll11L! ; I r) U lI I I I I I'y'y .: ." j
presented in Tallahasseethere the paving blueprints for the ;
Architect ,
Craig Salley presented \. p pwfr
plans to the board to always the possibility middle school and said he pi\\ d : ,:,k isG 9, ni
of full funding. would pay the $JX( (> the paving ," ', ; ,., ,
add a heavy shop building w' ; '
carpentry clothing and new After discussion with Salley contractor spent in labor and ;..._..f-- .. \ ," \I.'"
about retopping started at materials at Lawtey just to -- : r rN '. ,
administration building to the .' ; [' j jI j-,
Ia\Uey Elementary!: and completed avoid the haggling. The board 1\1h J .
existing campus at Bradford Middle agreed to clean up the site G i i i nfffTrtri ; i I'll 1i i1); ) ilk ,r b ,:,",; ",: ;;" \

As usual Salley said the School the board unanimously after rescinding the paving I 0_ ..._ ,j' I I:3.1 : '" '
exceeds the budget! approved rescinding action to order The 85 by 75! foot area ... -. } ,\
The program State Department of pave the Law ley site can be covered with concrete i= : : : !l hUD. : : E"'J :

Education has given approvalfor Superintendent Tom Casey done by the Vo-Tech for r ... I
SI.2 million in new con said the retopping was begun: around the same amount ,. W'"r l rMN l i V w I m 5'1\':: \ \

struction for the Vo-Tech. but when it was ton wet causing a ($2.700) as the retopping said ; I @ .
Salley's presentation totaled heavy piece of equipment to board members. LJ-: I -
$1.761.083( The architect said bog down and 20.IMM( ) pounds of Also authorized by the '; 4 .. .' I \' \
x '
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board was drawing of schematics : '. 'Ii : ICI'
for renovation of the iN.M ,w r'r. :-.....:-:.: .:. "i \
high school cafeteria. The o __. : -
board put a $100,000 figure J HPMASC
(not including furniture) for
Hop- -- *-'on over
>. Salley to work with in .
preparing 'ir ti> ,vmx w f J I'r'ip
Board the plans.members J.T. } ,d. ''rN R bMy S'p. :,raw n 1P \ l x

trt PLAZA FLOWERSPLACE Parrish and Arthur Gaskins ...-. m,. 1. I I.fd ft' !

along with Salley viewed the .
completed paving Hampton '. QM' wP .
ORDERS NOW FOR Elementary Wednesday, Feb.
IS. and said the work was ,
4r ,
OUREASTER satisfactory. ';, .. ; ,, .
In other business on school p : "
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SPECIAL buildings the board: i 1' ; ;
-Approved a change order ) ? ...
for additional $573 for .
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f / .
Created By r covered walkways at BHS and ./ > y .-, ., ": ,'. .J' "
granted a time extension to -' 1'f f ,"..N'r' wr. / I it I'I,I
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//iI+ 'I' ( ',,- .,
April 22.Asked. ...- ,j i
Billythe I '" the maintenance '11-\\ .f ;4.' ;: C/dEMATIC h
department to check leaks in I or r
the middle school gym after m AOornoM TOjAoronowaoti ., :pla f. i A't'r' e .'

o ', instructor George Loper laid ... AREA vO.-TECne tlNUIt.- '

there were 40 leaks throughthe [ ,'wt .
BunnyFLOWERS foundation and the roof. CII"'O' gL1aY. Ae1001A TlI. .INO A"A, L JArchitects T. "
-Approved payment of$500 L.. =--=..:. ..-.. -==--::. .: I .:., .. -:
WIRED WORLDWIDE, to Salley for consulting workon
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grant -
964-5792 for public'works project and drawing al Phi* IV addKloB to UM Bradford-Ualoo Area Vp-I 'Planned forcancreteblock and brick buildings are carpentry lab. guidance'
$5,362 for SO percent of schematic Tech Center.AddlUom plained are.bMvy equipment Mechanics lab, track and 1< administration' office' *..clothing, media center and air conditioning lab:
444-H W Madison Starke, Fla. design for Vo-Tech bus mechanics lab, vehicle driving heavy qnlpatenl' operator and masonry" Construction expected to' .be vpwards" of ft million, would be completed In

phase IV. lab In a metal building .,.... "w. t about a'year! and a half. ,

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