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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 23, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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e* SO.000 visitors\ are expectedto set Wednesday night. March door patio eating area being Tuesday from I. ..m: until
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crowd into the Starke area 29, at 7:30: p.m. Some 45 entries added. Entries in the Horticulture noon Judging will take place
-.y--/ Bradford for the 28th annual are expected from Division will be Tuesday afternaontA V",.; ,
a f4 k County Fair which 'among qualified 4-11 and FFA accepted Monday March 27.
: r opens Wednesday, March 29, members who 'attend .Bradford from 9 a.m until 7pm. and new Bradford.County
with' a ribbon, cutting at 11 or Union County schools Wednesday. March 29, from 8 Strawberry Queen ,will be-
art). and continuing through The swine show will be double to. a.m, Judging will take chosen Saturday night from
Saturday, April 1.SJr.e in size from l last year. place Wednesday from e 11 among 20 hopefuls 1977
I i : of the midway has been The' Bradford Union 4.11 a.m. Strawberry Queen Lisa
doubled for the 28th fair. and PTA Steer Show Is set Home Division entries will'be Mitchell and the ..newly'selected

\ Pal king has also been greatly Friday, March 31, at 7:30: p.m. accepted) Monday, March queen. will jointly
+ expanded with a large area Some 27 entries are expectedIn 27, from t 6 pm. and reign'over the 28th, fa :
added Just ,north of the fair- the steer show about the .-------------------=----.... ,i
grounds. IB addition, this yea": same number as cast year. EXITONfWArONtrROPrNO
Spring vacation In local 'Another highlight of the fair XH-r *. g. J
schools was scheduled to coincide will be the aooea ranee of Miss M **Vnu _.ti' '
'with the fair. Susan '. .. I
America, Perkins, from *, .
The annual Rural Urban 2-4 p m. Thursday, March 30, NORTH .
iLr- Day at which the 'Starke and from 7.9 p.m.. Thursday ; I: t

I Rotary Club serves a chicken night.Ronald. NEW\ y ,1'ARK/t'Q. f fHI
dinner with All the trimmings McDonald will
r win kick things off at noon appear at the fair Friday from I I
Wednesday, 'MarCh 29, just 2.4 p.m. Ronald will arrive bn 1 P .MNEw> ffltwo ..14' ._
after.the opening ceremonies a fire truck and .give away I. j 1
at the ribbon';' cutting Some balloons. 1
:t5OO'chicken: dinners will be Advance tickets for the mid :. I/CREta00TN/ t I IT
,served for $1. %each.: 'way are still being sold at the ( t Gr ,\. I.I I.
{ The- chicken cooking ,will Chamber of Commerce on fNTRANC! '' I
take place this :rear'just be ,South Walnut Street In Starkeat .':, t I,
hind the kitchen operated by four for $1. Advance ride y,., I
thEf. Woman's 'Auxiliary.. A tickets have increased five t
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[ cohered. patio eating, area Is cents in price from 20 cents to
befog added!* for lhe Rotary 25! cents. Tickets are' also If: + t tI '..' ,. ..... I ....
Club members and guests. available ,at Brooker and :
The expanded midway area Hampton Elementary ,. .I: J, ,; '". I I' .,
K 'now takes In the old horse schools. In Starke tickets are i
arena The 'arena been at Starke Elementary 1
Bearded Hat Pulled Low has ;.available '1
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The new :parking area It Bradford Middle School.
Passes Through Town on Trusted SteedA )located north of the old falr> lit Union County tickets are :to IL I f

ground! area! .' Visitors :are available at Union County I
bearded stranger with his hat pulled low to shade his eyes requested to enter the new HiRh School. '
rode Into town Thursday, tied his horse to convenient. post and. parking area one way, just I
sauntered. up to the counter. north of the highway patrol the midway wilt open each t I
Reminiscent of years gone by, that tight was leen'on Call stati&rf,and exit: another way day at noon. Ride tickets pur-
Street Thursday with few modem variations. The horse was ,..ti' a "thal.nort". The. <*$ ChaMdat.th; .fair wilt vost,50.
, tied to a metal pool giving direction to US Sol'and the strafwerIntMTelvgraph 4 pr >rp9atrla,: /\ 'LWie'lu.sa4trlr' d.'r6.tr..W 1 .cotlU,'c doo6 .. Ute q"'wdvanee j
He.wantadfbeaeflletelephenRu" Jj1.-t umpleic,, the ag building"and'"ticket price.Admission.. :'
Thirty nine-year old Fred Graf said he and his horse Caribe, /the farmer's market ,, will to we lair ,
have become use to stares after being on the road since Thanksgiving be filled first When filled, the grounds is 90 cents, the sameas ,
covering over 1,100 miles from Lewis. Delaware headed old area 'will be closed and last year. A 4-day pass can } .OLD PARKINO I
south to his home In Bradenton. traffic routed t to the new be purchased for $2. Persons I II ,
Graf said he has not been In a hurry, averaging about 20 milesa parking area north of the fair- who have already bought a $1 I
day on the five year old gray Arabian gelding, stopping to hunt grounds. U everybody follows Fair Association membership, ot77gy I
and fish and visit with people.along the way. He said the idea to direction** there should be additional 4-day pass for an. .. | | I
make such a trip began In the Bicentennial year, but circumstances space for .000 cars, says Fair dollar. I
were such that he could not make the trip until his 1* Manager ill Wilson. Close to 100 booths will be CXIT ONlY"I : I
divorce last year. Graf said he made up his mind, spent $2,500 r The an ual Swine Show Is set up this year and a new out- I If j FARMERS MARKEr { I
for the horse and Bear and took the'trail' south. i I i
Riding alongside both major highways and narrow trails, ENTER ONLY I I'
Graf said he spent most of the nights in his sleeping bag and tent OLD PARKINO
coming traveling In snow once, but has enjoyed the hospitalityof $6OOO/Month Mana. ent Programrd ----_-________________ --J
new friends along the way putting both himself and Caribe up I II

for Retired the night.from raising tropical fish, Graf said he enjoys livingoff I No Berries For Easter Bunny I ;;i!

started.the land,a more leisurely pace and not shaving since the trip. Presented to Bradfoi ;Hospital BoardHeard With Easter coming early good crop of bloom'and fruit ,;

and winter leaving late, there It will be another two weeks,
, will be no strawberries In the however, before any consider I
Methodist Hospital Founda- supposed to be played. ," approximate cost of 4500. a financial report Easter bunny's basket this able volume of fruit Is ready
5,000 ExpectedFor tion of Jacksonville presented Drewa added. -Asked hospital attorney from business manager Angus year. for harvest I'
its $6,000 a month manage- Drewa said he would not Richard Welty to check If the Douglass the hospital wouldbe Fresh strawberries dippedin Bradford County has received -
ment program to the Bradford promise the board the hospital Is excluded from the receiving $34.000 within the powdered sugar are traditional an average of 4.3 It
Annual County Hospital board of management group would put minimum wage law. next couple of weeks for for Easter breakfast In Inches of rain since March ,
. trustees Thursday, March 16, the hospital in the black but some Bradford County homes, one Inch above the SO year
. f but the board took no action to said the 16,000 contract fee -Was but this year the kiddies will average of 3.27. I
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It I Clay Co-op.Day hire a management firm or to .would more than be made up j on !the Sunshine appraised Law by pertain.Welty Medicare reimbursement and have to settle for com flakes The 30-day agricultural :
007 hire an in-house administrator. in generating Income. He i,ing to when two members of $20,000 Medicaid reimburse and bananas. weather outlook for Northeast
Over 5,000 Clay Electric added the salary of an ad- the! board meet the ment. Douglass told the board Florida indicates continued
Cooperative members are After the hour and a half ministrator would come out of :be notified if the press Is to the $20,644 loss in Februarywas Winter got in what will below normal temperaturesand
to attend the 40th presentation, chairman the management fee, with for even meeting probably be its last low blowon above normal rainfall
expected J Is discussion
Saturday, March 25 annual general meeting today George Shuford asked board each administrator having a I j taken. and no actionIs offset 22.000 additional Sunday, March 19, when until mid.April. f
by
<( Co-op's headquarters in resumes received from poten- ministration. expenses linen service weather station was 32, and fall behind schedule as
STRAWBERRYQUEFNPAGEANT Heights.The tial administrators, narrow- Clay Memorial trustee J.P. -Put on the agenda for next carrying over light frost was reported In fields stay too soggy to work.
Keystone stocking
ing their choices to six or eight Hall was also present and told months meeting, April 20, to into that month, upon and scattered areas of Bradford Extension agronomist Bryan
and ,
BHS Auditorium meeting opens at 9 a.m. for consideration and to study the board the trustees at Clay discuss changing the meeting supplies drugs County The freeze is believedto Bailey advises farmers that
7:30: p.m. when Trustee officers up for the management information were "happy with the group to the fourth Thursday in.the have set a new record for as soon as soil temperaturesreach
re-election will be Introduced presented. and community response was i month unusually high utility charges. lateness in Bradford County. 50 degrees r. at two
Sunday, March 2' They include Sam Hogg of Methodist Foundation good." Approved advertising for Douglass said patient days Strawberry plants look Inches,or 54 degrees F at four I
District 2, Thomas L. president Marcus Drewa told Jim Langley, vicepresidentof i auction eligible surplus and percentage of occupancyin husky, despite the rain and inches the planting of ,corn
Malphurs of District 4 and the board the only way for a the Methodist Hospital |property February were up. cold and are loaded with a should begin. i
::. EASTER Floyd Gnann of District 6.'All small community hospital to Foundation said the manage- .
iI-i Sunrise Services survive U to be attached to a ment group provides the
are running unopposed exceptfor '
/3, at local churches Malphurs who Is opposed larger hospital. Methodist expertise in every area of the !,
by Robert Hartley. began managing Fraser hospital's operation. ,I
.. PANCAKE. BREAKFAST Nominations will also be Memorial Hospital in "You cannot stay compe-
: Methodist accepted from the floor. Polls Macclenny over a year ago titive by charging too little or \
Ftllowshlp Hall' will be throughout the and the 65 bed Clay MemorialIn too much, the hospital will go kr
>. '...m.Followlft9 day. open Green Cave Springs in broke; you need to keep the :
f 7 a.m. In the afternoon memberswill August, in addition to rates as high as you can to e
Sunrise Service hear reports from Clay ,operating Jacksonville Methodist take advantage of what the
Pancakes S1.71 Coop officials and speech Hospital in Jacksonville federal government will pay,'"
: All You Can Eat Congressman Bill Chap by I said Drewa. said Langley.In b 3L #
U.S. Representative of Drewa outlined to the board other business the '
items that be done ,
Tuesday, March 31 Florida's 4th District. could boardReceived:
through the management the credentialsof o.
There will be a number group. Lab services could be newly appointed trustee ,
BC DNING BOARD exhibits on display for provided keeping i more Joseph Stephenson.
7130: p.m. members to view and various patients in the community \c-Presented former: board
refreshments offered for sale hospital, and the group would members William Dampier
HAMPTON COUNCIL by local' organizations,. sell drugs and supplies to BCII with a placque for services to "
7p.m. Including Ice cream by the at what it cost the Methodist the hospital. Mrs. Inez Green ; '
Keystone Shriners, Free fried .group, said Drewa. But hey was not present to accept a
Wednesday March 2f chicken dinners will be servedat added there were no strings- simlllar plaque. f ftti
noon attached to referrals to -Approved a temporary
'.( During the morning, entertainment Methodist He said the group replacement'radiologist for
21th County will be provided by would "clean up the books/ resigned. Dr* Castillo. -
FAIR OPENS the Telestlals, a gospel turn the bad debts over to a Agreed to'i advertise for
1I am. singing group from Nashville, collection agency and send bids to repair the hospital ,
Rural-Urban. Day Tennessee. .them to small claims court.
This la the only way to get roof.Approved a $525 repair to "
FalrgroundlOpen Tickets will be drawn for the point across that this Is nota the x-ray but noted ::4
Noon.11 p.m. door prizes at the close of the charity' hospital Drewa replacing the. machine must ',
speeches in the afternoon. ,said He said one of' the first come in the long range plans. w,rLw, 1,
cr.ltIIIjt Anyone with a Clay co-op things{ to be worked on if the -Agreed to lease. a. copy s u .,
meter In their name is a group was hired Is new rates. machine for 12 months at $22 '
(mmunUy member of the cooperativeand The Medicare Medicaid a month. .
Mate Sank eligible In the voting and reimbursement la based on -Approved purchase of 23 ::: F--- _
drawings at the annual charges or cost whichever 1sless. grab ban for restrooms. at $65 .
meetings. Candidates run You'have to 'get your / iw'a"wf
Ac.......Nw train U.. from a district but are.votedon figures up so you! can get chDeclared as an emergency ( Easter basket at Stark Elementary Monday:The klnderaarReClna .
You' have to .A few inn mLutea and the will. be just the riant shade,
T >4MtV by the entire general: properly paid. item the purchase of a egg the basket and tiM
.._.. .. their ten .la-decorated dyed cage to put wIde
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; 0!. n.ar.et.Ca.: membership. play' the game like'' U is deflbrlllator. at, an SneU and Gn8! Thomal decided: ;a. they prepare
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TELEGRAPH March*. W7/

3 CONVICTED OF MURDER




Death Recommended
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Th Bradford County jury Mungin 25. the jury recom after a presentence Investigation Testimony Indicated that
recommended that two Inmates mended to Judge Wayne M. for the three men I Is the three men stabbed Sturgis
be put to death and a Carlisle that Demps and completed. The judge 1 Is not to death believing him to bean
third given life Imprisonmentfor Jackson be put to death. required by law to follow the Informant. No other motive ? r ,

the September 1976 Mungin received the jury's Jury' recommendation.The for the murder was uncovered ,w l ,MStrawberry
murder of fellow Inmate Aired recommendation for life

Strugis. Imprisonment. "The death 4-day trial began Demps serving sentence
After deliberating for about penalty didn't phase them," Monday with a jury selection for the murder of two personsin
40 minutes following pleas said one eyewitness to the from the 141 residents Jacksonville with a 762
from defenae attorneys for jury's recommendation. summoned. After hearing millimeter attack rifle.
Bernie Demps 28 James Carlisle will make the testimony the jury decided at Jackson I II In prison for armed
Jackson 25, and Harry decision In about three weeks 9pm.Thursday that the three robbery but while there has

Inmates were guilty of the been convicted of assault with
first degree murder of fellow- intent to commit murder on
Inmate Sturgls. The trial another Inmate. Mungln Is
continued late into the evening serving time for armed
both Monday and Tuesday. robbery In Duval County.It .


1 Crux of the state's case was is the first time In 28 yea r* -,;. -.- -, ,

SAVE the dying'toa corrections declaration officeron of that been the recommended death penalty In Br.d.ford has Queen hopefuls will cempete this. Saturday.. Melanie Morris. Gwen Zack Lynn Barber Diane Crews; and
Sturgis : March 25.7:30 p.m.In the Bradford High, School awlitortam.Shown Karen Crawford
his to Shands hospital Three .
way County. persons Front row II...) are: Pat Galney. Catherine Schoening 1
that Dem Jackson and George WoUork Walter
Mungln as isle murderers and McDonald, and L.D. back row (tea) are: Brenda Jackson, Chert) Starling, Yvonne'Link. Neva Flynn Castle Reddick. Karen Reddish
the testimony of two Inmate Robinson, were sentenced to Brenda S.W. Vickie Norman, Shan Ed....... Jedy Atchison. 'Cindy Griffith and Gina Baker.Not shown Stephanie Green.

death by a Bradford jury Ir

I ENERGY times Correctional guarded officer the two'at all In- I December t 1950 for the murder 20 Girls Vyingfor Strawberry Title I

mates That testified agianat c rf Starke grocer Dave Silcox
the three. According to testimony I he: father of present Starlet
Mungln stood In the c city: councilman ,Vernor
doorway as a watchout while f iilcox. Silcox operated a Twenty girls will be vying 25, at 7:30: pm. In the Brad- Miss Jody Louise' Atchison m the basis of beauty poise
Demps and Jackson held the imall grocery store, on for the title of Strawberry ford High School auditorium. dater of Mr. and Mrs. and personality and will compete -
stabbed Sturgls. I Brownlee Street. ,.] queen this Saturday March Girls entered are: Atchison Jr. of in evening gown bathing
Klngsley! Lake. jolt and street clothes.
PHONE Miss Gina Baker daughter Sponsored by the Junior
of Mr. and Mrs. James J. Woman's Club one club
Baker of Green Cove Springs. member is responsible for
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Clay Comanission Upholds Mias Jacquelyn Marie :hooslng the judges, persons l
(Lynn) Barber, daughter of who live outside the county ,
Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. chosen at random who have no
Barber of Starke. personal Interest In the con I
of Lake TractIn Miss Karen Sue Crawford test at all, said publicity I
FIRSt Rezoning Kingsley daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neil chairman Sharon Hyres. I
R. Crawford of Starke. Ticket prices have been set !
Miss Zella Diane Crews as follows for the Strawberry
a 3-1 I decision Tuesday father, missed the meeting on with no abandonment pro allow a business In an other- daughter of Doyle D. and Queen Pageant: :
night the Clay County that account. visions. wise residential district It Jackie Crews of Starke. Children under 12 years of I
Commission upheld February David Foerster attorney Foerster said the spot Inevitably depreciates the Miss Patricia Shan age-$1,ALL other tickets will
2 action by the Zoning Board for the Kingsley Lake group, zoning of this small plot, with value of the residential Edwards daughter of Mr. and be $1.50 In advance and $2 at I
Think of your phone as an energy reclassifying a 200 x 200 foot argued that a Special Use an appraised value of $21,500 property." Foerster said Mrs. Curtis G, Edwards of the door. Advance tickets can
alternative. Use It to save plot on County Road I6-A at permit, granted on the would depreciate the value of In announcing his vote Starke. be purchased through Chris
energy- Kingsley Lake from Agricul- property (the former Nail's some $1.250,000 worth of lake against the motion Miss Neva Jane Flynn Wilson 964-7521 or 964-8210,
both the personal type and the tural to BA (neighborhood grocery) in 1967 for the sale of front property in a half-mtie Commissioner Spivey pointed! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and Mitchell's Drug Store 127
business). beer for consumption on pre-- strip close to the restaurant out that the waterfront George B. Flynn Jr. of East Call St.. 964-7810.
kind that powers your car-for a Commissioner Hank mises had been abandoned by proposed by Strickland. He property had been constantly Starke. Merchants who have
Bruning's motion to upholdthe several years of non-use since said this would ultimately result upgraded since being zoned Miss Patricia Gainey, donated gifts and awards to
time when you really need It. Zoning Baord was the grocery closed in 1973. in a loss of tax revenue to residential in 1973. He said the daughter of Mrs.: Ernestine the pageant entrants are:
a Phone ahead. Or Instead. seconded: by Thaddeus Frank Scruby attorney for Clay County from ,this valuable character of the neighborhoodhad Gainey of Starke. Barbizon School of Fashion
phone Crossley and passed with one F.W. Strickland, upon whose property. changed since that time Miss Stephanie Gay Green. -Two$700 Modeling Scholarships -
opposing vote from petition the BA coning was Foerster said the BA classification and that business use was no "daughter of James A.Green of for both the Queen and
Commissioner Wayne Spivey. granted on February 2. said would open up the longer compatible in the area. Raiford and Glenda Green of Miss! Congeniality
Bruning, Crossley and Com- the Special Use was approvedby property to some( 57 other The Kingsley Lake Property Gainesville.Miss Florida Bank at Starke -
missioner Lee Drawdy voted the Zoning Board with no possible uses, Including pool Owners Association has 30 Cynthia Lee Griffith $50 Savings Bond for Queen
for the motion. Chairman restrictions or conditions and parlors, skating rinks and days in which to file an appealIn daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan'a Beauty Shop -
I Dale Wilson, an expectant that "it: goes with the,,land" dance studios. "Whenever you Circuit Court. Donald L. Griffith of Starke. $30 Gift Certificate for Queen
Miss Brenda Lee Jackson. Community State Bank of
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daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Starke-$25 Savings Bond for

I ,Steve .Cardiir to:,Ansv ve Challenge, ,. OtfMdll'r'' ..StaI'ke.Luther_Wade..........iW"w Jackson wMa of Queen.T.G.I&Y..Family, Center -

:1 ? ,!' ; O :'f Mis*Yvonne Link,daughter $25 Gift Certificate for Queen
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A Will Seek 'Dist. 4&nllampton imission Seat Starke.Miss Melanie' Lorraine Queen Steam, and Dry Iron for

Morris, daughter of Mrs.Jean William's Jewelry -
N} resident Steve himself as the peoples candidate try. "I have taken that Morris of Starke. Charms for Queen and
Cardin confirmed last rather than the candidate challenge" said Cardin. He Miss Vickie Lynn Norman runners-up,
Thursday he was a candidate ; that serves only the establishadded he received support granddaughter of Mr. andMrs. Gem Jewelry $15 Gift
for the District 4 county com- i ment cial Interests from others in the community. Leon M. Norman Sr. of- Certificate for Queen
mission seat presently held by Cardin said he and his but did not take the Idea Starke. The Magic Needle $10
E.W. Hodges. brother, George both local seriously until it built up Miss Cassle Lynn Reddick Gift. Certificate for Queen
Posing the question of businessmen, have the same momentum. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. The Garden Restaurant -
possible candidacy to Cardin basic political philosophies, Joseph Reddick of Hampton.Miss Dinner for Two.Mitchell's ,
Steve and his wife Christine Karen Ann Reddish Drugs Hallmark
while he was on an errand in and are concerned with the -
r Starke Thursday, Cardin said same Issues but George with have two children two-year- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keepsake Albums for
he had just opened an account a different personality is not old Stephanie and seven-year Lamar Reddish of Starke. Queen and runners-up,
March 13 to deposit campaign as flexible. old Diana. Cardin Is a Miss Brenda Lynn Sapp Stump's Department Store
contributions,although he had sal member of the Chamber of daughter of Mr.and Mrs John $5 Gift Certificate for
not yet announced or prepareda Commerce, Florida CattleCardin B. Sapp of Starke. Queen,
statement for the news e said as he man's Association and the Miss Catherine Ann Stuckey's=: Box of assorted
media. campaigns he wants to extend National Rifle Association. Schoening daughter of Mr. candies for Queen
his honesty and Integrity In and Mrs. Herman Schoening Eckerd's Drugs$5 Gift
Cardin said he became
business to politics and will Cardin Is challenging chair
of Starke. Certificate for Queen
Interested In running for political listen to public discussion beman E.W. Hodges who will be
Miss Cheri Lynne Starling, Thing's By Hand $5 Gift
office after viewing firsthand
fore making up his mind. A completing his first term as a
unresponsiveness in w daughter Mr.and Mrs. PaulE. Certificate for Queen,
conservative Democrat county commissioner. Qualifying

Starling of Starke. Bullington's Gift Shop $5
local government to the de- 1, ,,
Cardin said at the tax hearing opens noon July 11 and Gift Certificate for Queen
sires Cardin of said the he local was taxpayers.dissatisfied last fall members of the closes noon July 25. Voter registration Miss Gwen Zack, grand- Junior Woman's Club -

with (he attitude shown by county commission challenged ends August 12. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L.S. Strawberry Charm for all contestants
county officials for the viewpoints anyone who thought first primary Is Tuesday Tanner of Lawtey.. and Cash Awards to
of citizens interested they could do a better job to September 12. Contestants will be judged Queen and Runners-up.

enough to turn out and pack

the raising courtroom taxes. on the issue of Paul Meng Wants

; lie said he tends to view Steve Cardin Sovereign County, I



r I Will Seek Dist. 4 Commission



COMMITTEDDEDICATION Political newcomer Paul sary to have a zoning board cause it is an infrlngment
Meng of Hampton Lake has because the county has a good privacy "I don't believe
tossed his hat Into the ring for sanitarian: building Inspec- citizens are Interested in the
the District 4 county commission tors, enforcementand financial status of a candidate -
seat presently held by judicial system. the: there Is too much Inter-
E.W. Hodges.An 1d- I zoning board Is something to ference in the private affairsof
industrial electrician for control the people and restrictthe people" said Meng. ,
right of the use of private Married with 11 children,
National Protein said
Meng property," said Meng. four at home, Meng went to
y r he is a conservative Democrat "We need less governmentand the University of Toledo and
concerned with too much
S more personal responsibility graduated as a marine
i government affairs.Fiftyseven interference. in ." he added. "For engineer. Meng said he is
private every person taken out of civil active in church and a
old
year Meng employment and put into member of the board of
BECAUSE WE CARE.... said county too government federal has government service that Hampton Baptist Church.His .
accepted many means It takes. Is
more private campaign manager
controls for
u-- government employees to pay the salaries J.E. Milligan of Starke.
It is our deepcommitmentto temporary advantages. "It of
government. This causes Qualifying opens at noon July
gets harder and harder for the
higher taxes a burden the 11 and closes noon
on July 25.
offer the finest in tradi said average citizen to pay taxes, people," he added. Voter registration ends

Meng. Meng said he was opposedto August 12.The first primary is
"The needs to get
tional services and burial loose from county regional govern- financial disclosure be- Tuesday September 12.

ment and be a sovereign
arrangements. We are county again or the county Boys State Selection OfferedStarke I
commission will be a figure
here to provide serene head for someone higher up American Legion electing city council
that is not' elected Meng Post 56 voted at their regular members, mayor, court
surroundings and meeting March 14 to send two officers, state representativesand
con said.Meng said the commissionTHE Paul MeD, high school junior boys to senators state cabinet
Boys State in July; members and electing a
siderate counse ling. BRADFORD has been doing a good job In The boy selected to attend governor for Boy State. The
v. COUNTY TELEGRAPH most areas but regulations Boys State are selected from Boy elected governor will
In times of sorrow.. Published and federal bureaucracy keep nominations received from a attend National Boy State
at 135 W.every Call Thursday Street them from doing better job. committee of high school where each state send a
: An area Meng said county lnatrJktor* arid administrator representative.The .
Florida
Starke I2M1
; DeWittC.JonesFuneral government needs to be con- *and Legion member boys will attend with
Second cerned with la the problem of based'on all round! participation about 400 other outstanding
Class
postage paid dirt roads. Meng said he has In school and community boys from all over Florida.
i. Home at Starke.Florida been a resident of the county activities leadership activities They will live In Florida State

\ oMin tal"lephone;" I Subscription Raiser 32 years and knows what wear and academic grade University dorms while In
and tear a dirt road puts on a Tallahassee.The .
$tarkA ,..".., .HnpM 8..* Keystone In trade area $7 per vehicle.An awardbwW receivingttirrl speaker at the March
It !1Y'I I S9 th 473-3176 year $4 six months" Issue of the campaign expense by Post meeting of
? : '.,t" 9646200'w.Wheel.c.n.. paid M to the Post M was state
.. ....
...
.... Meng said will be the county on the jot lnlng In Talla representative Frank WU-
i "" Outside trade area: $8
1" board."I hassee llama.
zoning : TWFjoutfef take He spoke on the
history
p.r art M.SO six months. don't believe It Is neces ,Port tat;" *. #*&> by of the American Lealon.Page2A .

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: I Revitalizing DowntownConcerned r


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about the deter- construction of a new city hall. The second hearing on the -Turned over to the "
ioration of the downtown area In other business the council zoning code will be at the insurance committee for
businessman John Bradley participated with the city regular meeting of the council evaluation bids on general 1
asked the Starke City Coucnil Planning Board in the first April 4. Insurance for the city.
Tuesday March 21, for leadership public hearing on the pro- In other business, Silcox f I
.,.v i' i i UI to revitalize the area. posed zoning ordinances for said the amount of utility Agreed to extend sewer ;
t the city. writeoffs for the city "excites I me to nerve eight houses on { I
Bradley said he Is
'' h cerned con- In the only discussion it was people." lie said beople fail to Milton Terrace. I:
't l Y Yw r from about businesses clarified the code looks to the realize the writeoff is less than Approved a request from :
I moving the downtownarea future and wjld eliminate one percent of the total utility police chief Jimmy Bowen to I 1 y
to shopping centers nonconforming uses of revenue.In attend a criminal justice conference :
creating: more and more other action the council March 29. i!
vacanhtorea. He said parkingwas property In the long run : t

a problem, as well as
1 1I 1J khan 4 broken sidewalks and the out- :
h ward appearances of Police Busy With Thefts I
buildings kept many people ,
from shopping downtown. ,
fN Bradley told the council many Starke police are investigating turned over to the Division of Prison at Reidsville, Steven
11 owners of the buildings have, a burglary of the City Youth Services. Suggs, 32, and Herbert
not made Improvements since Fish and Meat Market that .Police filed burglary and Gentry, 37, along with Suggs
I occurred Sunday. March 19. wife Albertina 'Z7, were
the buildings were paid for 40 grand larceny charges
J .-yit .. ._ _._ years ago.Following', against Carlos Norman. 39. of charged with burglary grand
I -- -- --- -'-- Police arrested Oliver Gill larceny and grand theft auto.

i Former Bradford High runner Donny Burch lead the pack Johnny Powell ran the It mile la one hour.t2 minute and 16econd council said they discussion would workon the of Starke March 14 for an Rigdon Lawtey, and 30, of Winfred Lawtey.Charles Police March 13 police reported
II of 134 walker, runner and Joggers as they tart from the *. Thirty raa the entire dlataace. the problem and ask the attempted grand larceny ofStan's 'said a cash box stolen from finding a MG midget, which
courthouse. Burch and youngster Sam !Lewis Aim Davis and city planning board to look March Bootery 3.March. that happened Nancy's Flowers March 8 was was stolen in Georgia aban-
into possibilities of grants. found In a vehicle in which the doned behind the Bradford
$2OQO PLEDGED Councilman Vernon Silcox 10 city police two men were arrested in Motel on US-MI north. A 1977
said a possible solution to the arrested a 15 year old male Bunnell. The cash box was Lincoln Continental valued at
parking problem would be and charged him with four stolen from the Western Union $12.000) ,wan stolen from Town
participation by the city to counts of burglary and petty office located In the same and Country Motors after the
5 134 Walk in March for Dimes purchase some property for a larceny of a dwelling two building as the flower shop. keys were stolen from the
small parking area counts of forgery and utteringa office. .
Councilman Charles Schaefer forgery, and one count of PoliceIssued arrest
Over 12.000 was pledged as said the city was parti- burglary of an auto. The warrants to three persons The car after was recovered un-
damaged
a high speed
II offense date back to October jailed in Orlando. Two prison
cipating in upgrading the
134 walkers runners, joggers State chase in Orange County,
I'" and even skateboarders participated downtown area by the said police. The ,youth was escapees from Georgia

'. In the annual March of
Dimes Walk-A-Thon
I' Saturday. March 18. :
Walk-A-Thon chairman

completed George Loper the 10 miles said with 129 E ;

the fastest time of one hour 22
minutes and 10 seconds by s
runners Donnie Burch, Sam pRfl'l
Lewis, Alan Davis and l

,Johnny entire distance.Powell. Thirty ran the cyT :1

The youngest walker who
finished was eight year old
Laurel Alvarez a student' at
Starke Elementary.
Loper said three studentshad BALDWIN 'I
pledges over $70. Nine-
year-old Southsid ht
Elementary student James
Carlton had pledges totaling
$79. Hampton Elementary ]
student Brad Russell 11. had CHEVROLETCar
pledges of $74 and Hogan ,+
of Bradford
Williams 12. .
Middle School had pledges of 1

7250. OLDS INC.
"I especially want to thank
1eusUuP..tan.aagaa'K. all the participants." said
Loper and the people who

thanked made partment the pledges., the Starke JROTC Police He, local also De- YOUR ONE STOP FULL SERVICE DEALER! f


; Boy Women's Scouts Club the, Starke the 16ca\Jr.; | iA. To Help .CelebrateTheComingOf Spring We Have Some tr.4

.,, ) ; ....... ... ,l,; National Guard GatoTland !; ( W'I ''
.-n'J. .. .1.U..duloadllo" 4.kitntf.ndrwb' made ,CB ,Club, McDonaIdsLewis: ." ',sixth.., Bradford grader Bobby, middle Frampton?school ..wr: ;-..** ery.InterestJDgrhJngsInStpre--Fo17yoU.; ; 7- 'Ij} 1 .
I I the 10 mile walk In the same Rood spirits they Hurled off with. Individuals ....' *
Salazar, PoufSpengter take a few minute rest at f j
Dorothy I : A LOOK
and co- TAKE
Joining them were Sheriff Dolph Keddlsh. attorney and Starke armory from the walk-' JUST
I chuirman of the March of Dime Jesse Wolbert and Rep Frank Jeanne LeWis. a-thon.
Geraldine! and Jim
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To Pass State Assessment- Test z

(
The pupil progression plan School and provide equal programs -Awarded a bid to Carroll Monte Carlo
for Bradford County was in all. the school Air System of Tampa for a
t / 1 amended by the school board centers. replacement compressor for
Monday, March 20, to allow Board members Vernon the Vo-Tech roundhouse for COMEGETUM"THE
pupils who have not met Parmenter said he was more $7,500 and a maintenance contract "WE GOT Oil
promotion requirements interested in the basic skills for 4283. The school S
based the state assessment system will receive a 10 per-
on
reading skills to receive subjects cent discount if paid in ad BEST SELECTION OF MONTE CARLOS
remediation and be reevaluated ture to the sixth and seventh
at the end of the grades. vance.Asked the county staff to
program and be promoted -Approved a request for an evaluate agriculture equipment THAT WE HAVE EVER IAD.Tiki ] I f

based on that achievement. overnight bus trip for winners bids.
Director of curriculum of the Regional Science Fair -Awarded bids on surplus [ TAil 0.9 fr txamflt) Stosk No. C6375 ffV Wit*-- aa- ,
Mrs. Lucille Payne presentedthe to the state fair in Niceville, buses and ovens totaling
:
bonrd with the statement. April 19-22. $2.670. Items sold at public ,SalU Llkt MM PM. TlotaJ Wan, Air feriitladftfl, Start Mlrran, lawn Brakes Cult Cu."I|, c i
!
Pupils who have been retained -Approved a request for auction March 11 brought IUJU AM Star laps. :
$2,462, board members Vi CajlM. Art TMM, Till Wheel Pswr Slnr! ., WSW Reside.
or are subject to retention proposed school trip to "
al but who could meet pro- Williamsburg, Virginia by :37 learned. Rallf toll. S *rt flu StrliM A" S,.eUI Cut** Beat S.U.. M..I.' ,. LIST PRICE '6904.90\\ {
motion requirements in less middle school ,children for -Denied a request from
than a full year should be April 1822. Head Start asking in that 33 BUT YOU CAN GET THIS CAR STRAIGHT SALE FOR i
students living various
counseled into a remediation -Approved a pay request
program when available and for $405 from architect Craig locations around the county be 1
re-evaluated at the end of the Salley and accepted a credit allowed to ride school buses to $5959.40 ".rlllhi1", .
program Their 'assignment for$42 overpayment on paved Starke to attend the program
for the following year will be parking and drives. held at RJE. 1'1 I
based on their achievement -Approved an agreementwith -Discussed placing a school fence WITH NO DEAlER PREP CHAROS"WE
during the remeldtatlon BradfordUnion around the middle .1

program Post assessment; tests for Guidance$4EOO. Clinic. for servicesfor education playground.instructor Physical George NEED CLEAN USED CARS ALL THE TIME .

Barrow had the skill not Loper said the area had been '
Itonnie each reading -Authorized a call for bids
'right Idea to complete the 10 achieved on the State Assess- for a semi-trailer for the Vo- turned into a"drag strip" and So There's No Real Reason To Go out Of Town When You Have It
mile walk-a-thon. Six skateboarders ment Test will be administered Tech. was a safety to life item.

took. part In the tostudcnts during All Right Here At BALDWIN CHEVY OLDS J j i
annual event.Second designated periods throughoutthe
school year including Enrollments Fall Short,
'" summer school\ Criteria for
Airing will be the SPRINGTIMEAIR
promotion
validation of 70 percent County FTE Funds Hit ,
Set Wed. On achievement of the state 4t.
assessment skills in the CONDITIONING
reading section.Responsibility. Bradford County school alright" since$120,000 had al -
Housing Grant for ad- superintendent Tom Casey ready been withheld and not
.. ministering and scoring Post advised the school board added into the budget. The 'CHECK 4jThat's
.. A second public hearing fora Assessment Skill Tests Is Monday. March 20 the system loss would amount to about
HUD Community Develop assigned to the principal or his will not receive about$194,000In $74,188 said Casey. I
ment Block grant for the city designee at each school full time equivalency He told the board the state
of Starke will be held center. (FTE) funds from the) state. average for FTE Is $821 while Right, For The Next 30 Days We Will Check
March at board passed the plan Monroe County with the
Wednesday 29. 7 The
p.m. at city hal!. unanimously. Casey said the' school, lowest cost of living received Your Car or Truck's Air Conditioning System FREE! -
Following a public hearingon system was short about 24C $88S per FTE. Casey said justacross
Purpose of the grant Is to school volunteers the board FTE units at approximately the county line In Clay
benefit low and moderate voted unanimously to Include $780 each."There was a short- County an FTE is worth $70 Don't Forget To Come By And Pick Up Your
J Income persons living in substandard requirements and restrictionson age of FTE units in every area more.
or overcrowded the use of volunteers in the except adult education said Casey presented a chart olTTE FREE Farmers Almanac. }
housing units. The grant. If school system. Superintendent Casey.He added the system requested, what was received '
"1"" obtained would be 100 percent,, Tom Casey said the would"come out of the woods and what was earned I,!
requiring no matching funds rule was necessary to be in I
"
1 and would come through HUD with state
I .1 for use In "target areas" compliance statutes, and offered both the Hampton BaptistThe Teen Rally, Set
among low income or volunteer and school system

minority groups. protection. teenage department "More Than Conquerers" Is I / I. ,
the board designed to give a place for ,
action :
The city applied for but did In other "More Than Cfinquerers, of
facilities listl.pace Christian teenagers to come
a
-Approved the Hampton Baptist Church
not receive a similar grant
student and learn about God and have
required !
per will be having Teen Rally at
out by one
last losing
year This application is in the school system. The the church on April 3 and 4. activities in a Christian Jt 30 J SOUTH mom 961-T500 ,
point. year
State Department of Everyone;adults as well as atmosphere. \
figures based on and could updated amount census to Education will make a spot teenagers, is cordially invitedto STARKE FLORIDA ,.
,
survey and the county will re attend. 0
$750,00 to the city reported ceive funds based on their re- The speaker will be Ron Anyone interested should
councilmen.A commendation. Casey said Reilly. youth director of I meet with them ,in Sunday
the list could mean six new, Trinity Baptist Church In. School at 10 a.m. and Bible
first public hearing was
classes at Lawtey Elementary. Jacksonville. .Study at ,1I3tp.m.;
,held March IS:




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---------. Elected
B.U. ::: Royal


> President Of

A. R I C. AUGTIO.. .
i : Retired TeachersThe


..,
.;: r r members' of the Brad
ford-Union Retired Teachers
"Some people didn't know "Everybody had a good the bargains ; the Association held their monthly
what BUARC Is, but now the time, Including the auctioneers BUARC theYf'oV'said, n'r yr o1 ,S ; l meeting with a covered dish
community l Is more aware of all of them professionals "including new bicycles! for luncheon .at the First
the service being rendered to from Max $18, radios, tape decks, and United Methodist Education
retarded citizens of Bradford Huebner's Auction Service of record players, going for S3 toP Building.Thursday. March 18,
and Union Counties," Gilbert Ocala. with their rapid-fire ; full dinner sets for 19. IvM'u e11 t' I h hc In Starke
Nelson president of the chants and Impromptu paint at a dollar gallon, and
organization said following comedy sketches that held the many Items of furniture, toys,, ? 3 3x Following a delicious
last Saturday' auction to audience spellbound," Nelson power tools and fishing gear luncheon, everyone saw an Interesting -
raise funds for a matching said. auctioned off at a fraction 01 film entitled,
grant to operate the program 1 their cost." "
"Journey's End. Then, they
with
"Everyone was happy IrI
another +
year participated In a question and
Nelson who organized the answer period.
fund-raising event said. 'The
EDITORIAL next auction we have for the meeting. elec.
BUARC will be even better During was neld. The

than the first We nope to get a new! officers for the upcoming

.. local band to provide music year are: Leona Ryals, president
Y f t' e for the crowd and there will ; Katherine Epperson,
( be tables of otids and ends for. first vice-president; Mona
Carter Scores One the flea market fans" Canova secretary; and Mary

Faulkner treasurer.
BUARC Is now serving the
needs of 25 retarded citizens In
In the Senates favorable vote on the Hut the victory won last week isn't Its sheltered workshop, Installation of officers will

I'uruimuCanal+ treaties President, final. Treaty opponents are already teaching them skills to enable be held in May with Georgia

Carter1 Won the victory ho sorely neededat mounting a new drive to defeat the second them to lead useful lives Instead Watson officiating.

u crucial point In his career. treaty. Within the next few weeks, of Just sitting around
home, or confined In an institution. Present at the meeting was
the Senate will vote again this timeon With the help of a fed Dr.Cager Director of DistrictS
When the required number of a second Panama pact that includes eral grant and local matching Retired Teachers Association

Senators voted yes for the first of two details for turning the canal over to funds, BUARC hopes to expand and state president -
Canal treaties on the afternoon of March Panama. Its program to aid 33 re- I elect, and Mrs. J.C. Hunter.

J Hi( it saved the President from the most tardees next year. It Is estimated Assistant Director and
The first vote, however, shores up thePresident's that 65 persons are eligible District V
t'mhtrra'lsinl' and potentially the most .
for this service in Bradford
damaging defeat of his career. J battered credibility in and Union Counties. D Three new members were
foreign affairs a credibility that was i1 : ''ito Introduced Thursday: Mrs.

So relieved Mr. Carter that heactually damaged in recent weeks by the Cuban Nelson added that the help II. Annie B. Anderson of Starke;
was
Soviet offensive in Ethiopia and the and cooperation he received ""t f'. Marie Johns and Bob Walker,
took time out to last.wt.t'k .
fishing
go both of Union County.
rumble of Israeli tanks in Lebanon. from the BUARC board of
and not even his worst detractors directors, the merchants of
would deny that he needed the pause "American would have Starke who contributed merchandise Student auctioneer from Ocala brandishes water faucet while holding the attention of Plans were made for a trip
before starting in again this week on foreign policy with such buyers with a spell that would put a tobacco auctioneer to shame. to Homassassa Springs to be
into shell without this
gone a victory generosity, and from Max held on April 13.
other monumental tasks.
said one key Senate analyst, and domestic Huebner's Auction Service of r
policy would have suffered also. Mr. Oacal was "absolutely Those who attended the
Some |pot litiuil 1 observers comparedthe Carter's Congressional score, already fantastic." iF 'i meeting from Union County
were: Myrtle Lee Sweat,
crucial Senate vote to the historic
considered somewhat below would
par, Marie Johns Blanche
defeat of the league, of Nations more have plunged to new lows. Applications Howard. Katherine Epperson,
than half a century ago/ a defeat that W.T. Minshew, and Bob

broke the !spirit of the presidency of <-On the other hand, last week's victorywill Now Being Taken, Walker.

Woodrow Wilson and doubtlesshastened give the President an opportunity to For Head Start i If there are any retired
his di-ath. ?
rebuild some impressive momentumthat teachers in the communitywho

could carry through the rest of his Applications for Project are Interested in joining

The Panama Canal Treaty was interpreted administration. If the coal strike should Head Start are now being do this group, you are invited to

as a decisive test! of whether Mr. end soon, and a reasonably good energy taken in Bradford County for so.

Carter will continue his administrationas bill is approved, as appears likely, Mr. economically deprived and
handicapped children for the SFCC Sets
a !strong, aggressive President, who Carters stock will soar to new heightsand 1978-79 program year.

can muster support' in the clinches, or he will be hailed as a genius of poli Student Tests
one who would be hamstrung by political tical strategy. To be eligible a child must
opimsilion from here out. He himself be four years of age by January -
on ,
) Santa
Fe
1, 1979, and the family's Community
called the treaty fight "the most difficult He may even find time to go fishing Income must fall'within fed College will be administering

(political problem I have ever faced." again. eral guidelines testing for new students April
10 at 9:30: a.m. at the Bradford
Welfare and foster childrenare High School campus.
eligible regardless of

I Promises PromisesWith Income but families must I All students planning to
present the agency with certi- attend SFCC for the first timeIn
fication showing their present Sf the summer or fall should
Income status. f plan to take the tests, said

coordinator Dr, Bernie
u |Mlitical year upon us again, had merely said that he would do the Interested persons may McFadden.;
politlmlprnmisl'iI! will !soon be blooming:, \best! he could to move the nation forward, register at the Bradford .
Start 'Center :.located: at Hl"1
like proverbial/ flowers In spring. -'iL to get an energy bill as well as tax: RJ.E.: School' in' ( Those who take It here do

and welfare reform, he would be measured i County or call 964-8342 'or. "Going..going..gone,"says expert auctioneer from Ocala after working hard to get the not have to keep the appoint
This I is a good time to review the role now against realistic expectations, Mildred Jones Social Service last dollar for this radio, one of the many items donated to the auction by local merchants. the ment test calling at for the them to take
Gainesville
of the political promise in American politics and his results to date would look much 'Coordinator 3625283. campus, said McFadden.The .

and recognize this type of campaign better in this light.

rhetoric for what it is a traditional assessment program

campaign/ product that is "full of But the President, Vying for the County Agents By results takes about do not two effect hours and student the

sound and fury signifying/ nothing." nomination and later the White House '. admission to the college. For

did raise expectations beyond what Notebook Bobby Information call 964-5382 or

Washington correspondent Godfrey could reasonably be expected, and so did f' stop by the Santa Fe office In

Sperling. Jr. suggests that it is time for his opponents each outbidding the S444280Extension Taylorphone the high school, lie added.

It new, more mature national tradition to other in the field of promises. 209 '"

take shape, rdt'ltatincampaign/ promises
Ir(5U( @! CtiPQ
to the attic, along/ with grandma's "Isn't it time that the nation rid itself It's good to get some spring the fair Is open to anyone In

riH'ker, and encouraging/ politicians tospeak of this foolish political rite of falsepromises like Farm weather and garden for a interest change.is of our agriculture county who produce has any item that ( ( tC J (]a
in careful measured of tradition that ends
terms a
as a
up and
rapidly would like
picking up most they to show. We
what it is humanly possible to do and disservice to the person elected, and to folks are trying to make up have a place for vegetables By William S. Haas

how they intend to go about doing it. the American public" Mr.Sperling asks. lost time In planting spring fruits, nuts, corn, sweet potatoes Service OfficerCongressman

crops. honey, syrup, eggs, etc.
While admitting the sincerity of The answer is an obvious "yes." Most land has been worked Call me If you have an entry,

(resident Carter at the time his pro- several times already Seems or Fairgrounds better still before bring it 9am.to the N 1c C,. V. Sorry)

mess were made Americans now like every time the soil was F Montgomery of Mississippi.
many Good Wednesday, March 29.
DecisionThe ready for planting Chairman of
a hard rain the Subcommittee
fault the President for having given the and more cold
would on Compensation,
cause
,public impression that he would achieve another delay. Highlights of the Fair this Pension and Insurance of the
best news of the week for cynical year for about 75 4-H and FFA
much much more than it has been House Veteran's Affairs Committee
taxpayers came when Attorney General This Is the first year that I'' members will be the steer and Introduced
ssible for him to do.Actually. /4 the
H>
| '' market hog shows and
Robert Shevin told a House Impeachment can remember that straw sales. Veterans and Survivors
These activities
committee that it is berry growers were not are sponsored Pension Improvement Act
the view of not obligatedby by the Bradford .
in
Mr. Sperling scrapping fields In early Union (HR 10173) last
Carter was relatively restrained in his law to hire an attorney to defend suspended March. Usually growers Cattleman :and Bradford Licensed real estate auctioneer Gilbert Nelson offers November.
take City Circuit Judge SamuelS. would have scattered fruit Union Swine Associations with toy to bidders who braved the late March chijl on the Farmed
The
Bill Is
promises:<; and has, in fact, redeemed Mark designed In sucha
Smith For while it that would have to be picked the help of many interested platform.
most of them. His promises look almost a looked as if the businesses way, that It will solve the
before flush ,
would have a of heavy fruit organizations, and Social
taxpayers to pay not only to Security adjustment
modest when we recall the days. of would appear on the plants. Individuals.
dilemma
prosecute Smith, but also to defend him. for veterans and
Lyndon Johnson who helped convincevoters This was after the courts had declared Strawberry plants are now Twenty-seven steers are FORESTRY survivors receiving a pension,
that Barry Goldwater was a war Smith loaded with bloom and young entered in the steer show that Schroeder and will alsd raise the basic
he
monger and that he (Johnson) would "indigent" although has a homein fruit. Heavy picking should will be held at 7:30 p.m. IN BRADFORD COUNTYby level of support for eligible

keep the U.S. out of the Vietnam war. Florida a farm in North Carolina, two begin in 10 days to two weeks Friday, March 31. The show veterans and survivors well
Then there was FDR's pledge that he, children in college, and a family incomeof In most fields. If plants stay In will be Judged by Slogan above the poverty line. The
$1,200 month. good condition Baker of the WEATHERMEN- Bill further provides for
some a and the Agriculture Research THE TREES
also, would keep the U.S. out of a war. weatherman cooperates we and Education Centerin automatic cost-oMiving

should have Quincy. The sale will Sometimes the trees around Increases every year without
On the key of plenty of berries start
question whether theimpeachment chances
As noted by Mr. Sperling Carter's by that time. at 7 p.m. Saturday April 1. In us tell more than a calendar with losing their.first the necessity of Congressionalaction
most obvious short-falls relate to the committee must make the show Arena of the Fair about spring If we Just take leaves. as Is the case currently.
certain that Smith is represented by I was hoping that we would grounds. the time to look.
economy and defense, where he has not Pines play It con-
have a lot of strawberries Montgomery expressed his
counsel. Shevin said he could find for
moved very far toward his promise of nothing the Bradford County Fair that Forty-five market hogs are By' now everyone has servatively. Their new dismay with the delay of a
in Florida law
balancing the budget/ by 1981, or toward requiring, or even opens next Wednesday. Last entered this year. The show noticed the Redbuds. Their growth looking like white or study of the Veterans Administration -
his promise to cut defense authorizing, the expenditure of state year we had several growers will be held at 7:30: p.m. purple blooms can be seen brown "candles" on the ends (VA) pension
spending. funds for defending an official facing exhibit a flat in our agri- Wednesday. March 29 with everywhere, and the Redbud of the branches, are hot program by the V A;The study
impeachment by the House. culture booth at the Fair. Of the sale scheduled for 7 p.m. is one of those trees that can't usually prounounced until which was mandated by the
A Democratic leader asked if it be fooled spring Is well on its way. law
wouldnot course. each grower selectedsome Thursday March 30. easily by the to be delivered by October
have been much better if Mr. Carter of the best berries avail- weather. It takes a chance by Cypress and hickories I. 1m. did not reach the Con
had said the Rep. Earl Dixon, a member of the able from their fields and a Both shows and sales are blooming earlier than most (especially Pecan) are even gress until January 30, 1978. It
during campaign that the impeachment committee, said, "I'm winner .was hard to deter. Interesting and educational to but rarely gets surprised witha worse-waiting for these could Is also disturbing that the
economic climate was such that it wouldbe elated. This is the best opinion the attorney mine. watch I hope you have plans last minute hard freeze. make you miss most of the study completely Ignored that
very difficult for any president to has to attend each activity. spring. portion of the mandate which
issued.
general
ever It was The pears and plum trees
push surprising the required cost
through legislation that required With over 100 different trees estimates for
number of people that stopped Incidentally, you can purchase seem to be good at weather Improvements In the
VA
in the
money but he would try. And if he We're inclined to agree.Qtili by the exhibit to marvel at the a fine steer or porkerfor forecasting as well. them state, and almost all of program.With or without pension -

size and Quality of the berries. your freezer at the sales. flower of the pear tree differently handling it makes spring the the help and cooperative of the
Many folks couldn't believethe You can also support the especially susceptible to a arrival of the VA, the Committee will
berries shows In serveral other freeze, but it arrives season fully pro-
were real. I was ways. early announced and woth vide needed reform of the
happy to remind them that Call me. or contact either anyway distrusting waiting
s,9af'I we our for. Take time veterans pension
CO to
tf produce a lot of things that are .association or member for Roman Calendar and relying! enjoy It. program;
f bigger and better than you see more Information about these on several thousand years
p4 In other areas. outstanding activities. worth instinct Cap and Gown

I'm sure we won't have as .. .i Sweetgumlj though, appearto Photo Date Set
O berries In the
o many Fair this J"' ented. A warm
C/ BOB 0. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER year but I hope we can haveat :: = week In December or Januarymay Cap and gown pictures for
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grfGN Publishers least a few flats to show. I : bring a'sprlng flush' of -=- & high school seniors will be
also hope there will be a few 11 new leaves usually destined taken at Bradford High School
Published each Thursday and entered as second Oar Matter at the Pat Office at Starki, ela under berries .for sale ,to. our fair- -= to be burned off by freezes in Tuesday, April 4, from 8:30::
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Aclot Much 3. 1879 goers. the next month or two.Or, like The forerunner of the modem a.m. to noon and from 1-3 p.m.
.Subscription rate in trade area: (7 per year, 44 six months this year, they sit skyscraper was the 10- This will be a one time only
Outside trade area $8 per year 1450*x month Speaking of bigger and patiently and wait mar theysee story Home Insurance Com sitting In the main building of
D 10.10 964 6305 Starke Fla. better things. I hope you have The fatttit speed at which a their neighbors heralding pany building In Chicago, the high school There will be a
something to exhibit In the giant tortoise can crawl is built with a steel l-frime $$ sitting fee that will be
agriculture!booth.This area of about live yards a mlnutt. spring with blooms, taking no construction In 1884. applied to an wder.J .

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Invited to attend. Sunday
SOIOOLNEWS
e 4/I ..' Phone M4C6S3Pleasant School 9:30: a.m. Morning Service ..
,by Carolyn Eaves' Spring Holidays will begin 11 a.m. Evening Service
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64-812 March 24 and run through Crave United! p.m.Greater
,, April for all schools in Brad- Methodist Churcht: Every first Allen Chapel
Girl Scout Week was done a great job in each and ford County. Teachers will and second Monday at 7 p.m AJkt.E. Church: The second
certainly: a bUST one for most every area she serves. This have a planning day Friday, Young Adult Choir rehearsal quarterly conference for this
of us, a really great does not mean she Is quitting, March 2... Each Tuesday Young Junior year Is act this Sunday at 11
events took place. we won't let her AdultBaeic classes art held Choir rehearsal. Each a.m. Rev. ..1\. Satchel our
Last Tuesday evening all Saturday was Senior Planning at RUE complex four nights Wednesday 7 p.m. Prayer new presiding Elder of the
high Girl Scout cookie sellers Board In the Methodist each week Monday, Tues- Meeting. Thursday 7 p.m. West Jacksonville District. All ,;.
were treated to a quarter- Church: Fellowship Hall day, Wednesday and Thurs Bible Study. Sunday School 10 boards are asked to have a '
pounder. French fries and hosted by Senior Troop No. day. All adults interested in a.m. The Easter program will written report. 1:
Coke at McDonalds. The eestt, you know those fantastic attending school for self be held at :3 p.m. The Easter Sunday School ta.m..
leaders were Invited also andIt cookie sellers puppeteers'' Improvement. obtain a high Egg Hunt will be held Mondayat Quarterly conference and the ;

was a lot of fun and of course the business school diploma,or a better job 6:30: p.m.Macedon". Easter program. II a.m. :;
Following meeting .
the food was great. Thanks to are Invited to attend the .All members are asked to :
McDonalds and Betty Allen. everyone wont to the classes. For Information call Freewill attend the Katter Sunrise Service .
Girls and the number of boxes Bradford County Library for 4 964.6150. Baptist Church: Prayer at New Bethel Baptist
they sold Include Lynn Johns, the Puppet Shows' in the Meeting and Bible Study Church a| 6130 a.m.
5ZI: (Wow); Putty Mullins Imaginarium. Then back to Dell Chapter IH OES: The Wednesday at 8 p.m. Sunday
the church for spaghetti. These Girls All Sold 100 Boxes of Girl Scout w
:IW; Joyce and Irene Wainwrlght. Cookies regular monthly meeting will School 10 a.m. Morning Wor 0
:i55': each; Catherine Approximately :30 Seniors be held Thursday March 23 ship 11 a.m.'Evening Worship
Schoenintf:! 228; Betsy Yawn from Gateway Council High Girl Scout cookie sellers were treated to ''dinner lilt McDonald's Tuesday March 14. ,All at 7 p.m. In the Masonic Halt 4 p.m.
2411; (:uoo Schmidt, 150; attended. girl shown sold over 100 boxes of cookies. on Brownlee'' Street. All ML Pluaah A.M.E.
Prissy Law 151; Deborah Back aret Mrs Pat Welly leader, Junior Troop""'f i Mrs. Carolyn Eaves leader.Caddie members are Invited to be Church: Sunday School 10 J
Spalding 121: Jilt Clyatt, 104; This past Tuesday saw a lot Troop 520; Scouts Cana Schmidt. Irene Walnwlrlght.. Joyce Wainwright, Patty Mullins and present, a.m. The Fellowship of (
Julie' Wise, 127: Chris 10:1.: of 'dying going on In Fellow- Catherine Scheming.' Churches will hold services at
Tracy West 101, Lori ship Hull as the Cadettes and Front (l-r> are; Carmen Eaves,Lori McKinney;'\"Tracey West Chris.Went and Lynne Johns. CHURCH NEWS 3 p.m. The public Is invited to r.
McKinney 101: Tammy Candy Stripers met together attend.
Murrow, UK); and Carmen to dye Hauler Kggs; for the Insurance Aid Greeter Bethlehem Freer w !
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Eaves; KHI.' Congratulations( to McDonalds egg hunt this. will Baptist Church Easter Mt Morlah United A.k
Ihfie scouts and thanks to all Saturday. Only no dozen eggs, In Gainesville. ", rehearsal' will| be held dully Methodist Church Easter
scouts who hold cookies. A nee you at the egg hunt Monday through Thursday practice was held Monday Charley

total of (1.552: boxes were sold Next week is the big Bill Annual Ushers anniversary through Friday at S pm. rued
Gunter.State Insurance
in Bradford. -Union. Thanks Bradford County Fair and as 1 Commissioner ft: announced will be observed Friday, Sunday School 9:30: a.m. The E.
Bradford Union Counties for always the Girl Scouts. will be today that 128 people con- March 24, at 8 p.m. Rev. Easter program will be heldat
supporting Girl Scouts represented there. This year tacted the Bryant of Green Cove Springswill 11 a.m. Everyone Is askedto
Gainesville Service John
VUtlnesfluy Jim Schutz. the booth Is under the direction e Office during February. speak Sunday School 9:30: attend the Fellowship of _____ _____
Wildlife Officer! presented of Senior Scouts Witt\ ; see The Service Office assisted am. At 11 a.m. the Little Churches at New Bethel at 3 "A careless act can*cause
+.lidesonthe v.lldlife In Camp there in Church will present its seg. another
you the recovery of $28,663.86which p.m.New person to lose hi.
for Bethel
HlumlinK/ the Cadvtte ment of the Easter program. Baptist
was returned to policyholders Church eighe.Jia mu.eultnity..and
Troop They were'really The Junior' Church will pre Wednesday 7:30:
pretty and interesting lie also Tax Collector To Citizens sent Its exercise at 3 p.m. Following Bible Study. Easter Sunrise result In a law suit for
explained how they capture with questions and the Junior exercise Service will begin 6:30: a.m. '$100,000 or more. The'
ek't.und hog and relocate Close Office On lean'Complaints J about Insurance there will be a Fashion Show. sponsored by the Fellowship usual $10.000 personal
(hum In the slate. Appreciate | receive assistance by contacting The annual Easter Egg Hunt of Churches. All members are liability policy no longer (?:.
; the Service Officer In .,
your coming Jim Schutz, Good FridayWith ; Gainesville. will be held Monday. adequate. Can the *
The Office is Charley I
Thursday was tin exciting Jkrsl Ml. Zion AME Church,
evening lor June) Klmulis.! located ''at 901 N.W. 8th Lawtcyi. Sunday School 10 E.. Johns Agency Increase- If r
the of JR.Kelly's Avenue, Suite C-3
exception Gaines-
Laurie Mullinx and m.vsclf. a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. my Comprehensive
\\I' attended the Annual tax collection office all ville, Florida 32601 and pro- The Easter Program 3 p.m Personal Liability to IJIOOOOO..even
Iti'Kogimion II Awards Uanitii't Kruilford County courthouse vides i services for Alachua' The public is Invited] to attend. 1,000,000 I
offices- will be' GoodFriday. Bradford Dixie Gilchrist
t in SI. Augustine The March 24.open Sheriff LCCC: Course Levy, Marlon, Putnam andUnion : Ebeneier Baptist Church for just a few dollars more
( iiniuT \\1111 ill t the Ponce doIxtm schoolstudents Employee Completes Tuesday! 7 p.m. Bible Class. premium?"
!Motor Inn and the food lirudlord (County counties. Thursday 6:30: p.m. Prayer Our Praiident't Flag with the I
will Bradford County Sheriff .department employ Robert J.
begin spring Additionally a representative -
and, 110 ood. The Junior and
was so Meeting.
pretty E.
Preiident Seal in bronze Charley
break with no school Friday. KHerson was among the recent graduates of the 180-hour Basle 01' Commissioner
1tulIl1111 the
Senior Usher Boards
provided by
Teachers will have a workday Corrections Standards Training Course offered through Lake Gunter's office visits Putnam ,, are upon a blue background anda ,
orchestra of t tin School for theDeal asked to participate In the JOHNS
large white star in each AGENCY
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City Community College. County each first and third
und Blind and Ushers
tire they ; Presenting the certificate to Ellerson Is sheriff Dolph anniversary Friday, corner, was adopted May 29 '
: will of the
Everyone return to Tuesday month and .
goat!! Highlight of the evening March 24, at 8 at Greater 131 S
( : \\ p.m. 1916 by President Woodrow WALNUT ST TARKE :
school.April ::1 i. Reddish In the background Is chairman of the LCCC board of Marion County each Thursday
of course \\UIII ho I awards, Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Wilion. PHONE 984-5070 '
trustees Wilson Rivers. 1 of the
our own Janet' KlmutlsI II _t..l month Church. .. <. .
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received u cup "' ; '
; Professional News' \" jil. '1i 1-1.\\, I I .' .* : .j. .,1;. '
I Appreciation lam iiilvway Business' / & .. ',,{: .. *,,' ,r ,
Ctrl Scout Council. Janet has
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IUHMI uclivt in iifl Seoul. inStiirkoxincctlH _____ __._h__ : .i d d"r
first week she Dukes natives of Union Y'l: '

moved here She luis served as County. lie is married to the :
Assistant Troop Lender\ former Margaret Estes of ; :
Troop Leader of lath Mcintosh and they have three Since has ; tl

I'.rimnics mid Juniors' jnul for children, Bruce 13, Daniel, 10, Florida
Ihretyears II.IK continued and Gina 6. "
these\ responsibilities UK well lie Is a reglstered'Professional .. r
Land In
';IH Neighborhood Chairman Surveyor .
and Cookie Chairman. Her .Florida.! ''Georgia, and 1 y
'service is a* long as that Alabama and has been \ ,
sentence; she also. him been u engaged in land surveying for much sunshine -
Unit' Leader at ('(imp Ncyuti the past IS years. His profes- so
each summer. A big thank you sloiiHl experience began in .
1INIU.( as a Forest Engineer: for .
to Janet' und her lamily and .1 f"
we do appreciate her.! !She:! has Georgia Kraft Paper .

.":..:.t,: mpllllt.;) In RomexFGwasHev4ae"Mt'charge of surveying. ''f t ., ) y& "" 'I .; f,.. t.',., ,;,.

"Obvi, ''rt i/II 11',11.oct.; .eNIN) .* '.' lle r"Gunty\ resident and land boundaries In 1972. "' ']''," '" .It; hCWCOflj: e' 1 e.diiCA"
l\IrM. Ki in ti I IK VVayn- B. Dukes. P.L.S.' has he returned to Fla. to enter' tv e '
announced the opening of his private practice and for the '
Honored" For new Land Surveying Office In past three years has operatedan :

Starke at 8<>4 N. Temple Ave.. office in Lake Butler. for
Scout Work across from the Pizza !Hut He- In moving to Starke, he will not it ?
staurant. continue to serve the Union' psmg[ energy
!Mrs Edward: Kimutls of Dukes born in Marlon County area as well as ; ;
'Starkc. was recently County. Is :tt( and is the son of Bradford and surrounding
recognized for her out .ft..I.M. .imrl...u .1I.1MU...0. n_g..v.*vnrkfli." .*. count__ mn.ies.Dr. i ,
standing service to Girl ScoutsIn t I


She this was urCu.' presented. with an Luuiiet ftichardson, 11.S., D.C. Florida';; known as'the', Sunshine State. So with all :f in solar research. ;.
A II1IOU 1/'fs'The Opening Of
engraved: candy dish at the
Annual Recognitions and Keystone! Chiropractic Office that golden goodness to,spare how come we're not M; example,, '. ,

( (tiilcuay Awards: Banquet Girl Scout held('ounl'iI.by the At SR-21 North converting it into electrical energy? "$ U we're involved :

Thursday, night lit the Ponce Kertvltone! Shops Suite The reason is simple:, mnshine is free? turning it in a t.lr-rcachingt}; 'It :
| de Iooii; Motor Inn. in St. '
I Augustine.Mrs. Phone 473-3604 into electricity is anything but. solar .
Kimutis has served In Hour/ !9 / II.IH. rout ,}p.m. 6p.m, e.\, rlll ml'"4.1' ,,w program I It

.'such capacities at neighborhood ,\I,,,,., Tllt'? ;veil,( & f.,,.. \ \\\t\ ; yes, there are solar- with:! the Energy j :
chairman for the Girl '
Scouts in the Bradford and 9 11.m. 1 /'.m. TlulrltdapxIbreliiehil / ,\ J '' '' heated homes.You see all Research and t ,

sale Union County chairman areas, as and cookie as / 1(111 tclephnuc/''' bunk I ,-IM'::;: .... kinds of announcements _- Development I

assistant 'campdireclor at .. ... '\ .about solar-heated pools NlnclMMh century M>krcnKin Administrationeand : -

Girl Starke.Scout C 41mp Neyatl herein ..... ( .:;- .\ ) ; : water heaters. By in New Mexico. We're also working on a number of : 1


serves Gateway girls Girl and Scout adults Council In 15 T ..'....I .. the sound of things you'd solar energy. projects here in our own state. f 1

counties in Northeast Florida EffRTIUlE I t' think we were well into ,. Meanwhile we have no t

have Each: given year service the people, those who home T 4" i .A the Solar Age. E.R.D.A. l alternative but to invest .'. w.
I i SoUrT_..iFmllityLJnfortunately : -
members of the <
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CII'gnn1Inn! I! and those who ; were not. N MCICi 4,4)) in a car balance of todaysproven

are not. even recognl/ed. The Grotone Fertilizers Are Specially Formulated For q i d" \ I For centuries, man has been ? i energy sources.I'
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went is planned and i
\early Florida Lawns-They Contain Organics -Cheleuted
hosted from bv different the Girl Scout geographic adults tron-And Vital Elements Unlike Many Other dealing with the problem( harnessing the suns' I.lf? Ti assure you.'. our customers, I

regions! within the juris 'Brands Grotone Feeds For Months. Its Clean t 4 energy. Today we do have the technology to produce ,A'ft; reliable economical electricitygoyernmen

diction Easy To Apply.GAOTONE. electricity from solar energy.. But .its still not possible J'I' for( the future. .

THANKS to do this; at a cost affordable! to our customers. ;f f

I PELLETS The of electricity from the sun is lover t
..We would like to thank '' costf:} producing fiJl'

everyone who helped' with Premium quality Long Lasting 'rrr 10 times the cost of producing it from pit, '
their kind donations for the j
Steve Murphy Fund Chicken Plant Food For All Lawns SC95 ',coal or nuclear ; ,..
energy. :1
Dinner. Bag Covers 2500 Sq.Ft. 1 ,|i. :;:
i And the>best scientific estimates predict'I
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Automotive B.F. Goodrich Part Tire Center Center For Lawns With Weeds' this: even 20 years from now the United M r 11-

Baldwin. Chev.-Olds. Inc States will able obtain n I'J
to
Sawyer-Slad. Gas of Starke GROTONE WEED & FEED pe, ,more :

Blalock' Moat //Market than 5% of our: electrical energy r r' "
Sportsman World' -J.D.Odom Complete Plant Food Plus An !Amazing Weed 9 I"
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Branding Iron Restaurant Killer. For Augustine-Centipede. & Zoysia $ 95 from the sujn. '. *)
Wishbone Fried ''Chicken Grass '
2500 Sq.FL
Piggly Wiggly Covers Bag., Not a very sunny proposition, 1 3i

Food F.lrGuden' 'is .i it? Still vve're working .
Restaurant ,_
WE'LL DELIVER & SPREAD GROTONEON '- ; : I Ino
Gatorland C.B. Club f.If1' !
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Kentucky Fried Chicken YOUR LAWN $ U. + f
Oscar Carter. (Minimum 2 Bags) 'J Additional i FPL,, together with other' L ; .
Dewitt C. Jones Funeral Per Bad and the federal
Home FOR ONLY power companies 'I

Archer-Tanner Funeral Hom.To.ReN : \, is investing"millions": of dollars. I: :

City Fish Restaurant and Meat. Market USE OUR .SPREADER FREE '" '1. I .....,.. I

Ernest Allen .. },';. ;:Ii,.,a'I ,( J< .
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Jack H.ien ; "
Julia's Florist toeiaA GARDEN & .J. .'I'l..,. ...,.." 'l' ., I. ...'
Thomas Auto Parts I," .' f.'. ,. J. .
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Jim Faulkner NURSERY CENTER 'jI \ .
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First Christian Church .. .
Starke eC0WTII0L 539 E Calf St. Starke Fla.: '\ ,-, {' 1. IE :". '"' "., t
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and co Phone 964.5745 J ,. ; '; r---.I.i i ii : r
Pinehurst Grocery I <
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everyone who donated their Starke; Fla 32091' .wow ? .
> "f 5SIS1'V LOBIDA POWIM LIOHT COMPANY .cl' I
time and money to make our 1i
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TELEGRAPH March Z3. 1171 .' .tM -,


I Bishop Cerveny Visits St. Marks Palm Sunday :ffi

) ,"Ji:: ciii OBITUARIES eMrs. 11
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The Right Reverend Frank Common Prayer In Its long Mr. Farnsworth wished the bishops who represent roughly .
Cerveny sixth Bishop of the history, two of these changes Bishop well on his upcomingtrip 70 million Christian world
Diocese of Florida, excited coming within 10 years In to Lambeth England, wide. This conference Is.held. .
and enthralled the member the isuo's.! lie continued that where he will meet every ten years,hosted by;.the Mrs. .4*
Marjorie Lapp
of St. Mark's Episcopal this most recent change has approximately 400 other Archbishop of Canterbury,! .A vie.Lake Few
about .Avle Luke 72,Lawtey, Mr* Marjorie Lappe
Church Palm Sunday evening. been In process for r Mr* In the 48 of Keystone Heights died!

Evening Following Prayer the In service the Church of twenty years. Service Set for 7 a.nu at First United ( 1 1r died Green Sunday Cove Springs night hospital Thursday North morning.Florida March Regional 16.
In the
building, the parishoners In conclusion. Bishop First United Methodist Easter Sunday,March 26, at h i after an extended illness.Mrs. Hospital In Gainesville from
hosted a reception for Bishop Cerveny reminded the congregation Church will sponsor an early 8 a.m., the United Methodist Born In Newberry Bradford, complications of heart
Cerveny In the Parish House that even though Service Sunday, Youth Fellowship will serve a Luke moved to

While enjoying a great variety everyone Including himself March Easter 26, at 7 ..m. pancake breakfast In Fellowship County resided in her since.early life She,where I Is a surgery.Born April 1, 1928, Mr*.
of delicate sandwiches, had a preference, the primary The community is invited to Hall Donations are $1.75. she Lappe was a native of
cookies and cake.,the Bishop of form of service ,. member of the Congregational -
any
Important attend The Rev. Don Denton, per person. } Holiness Church of Roswell. Georgia. She had
initiated an Informal question- Is the gathering of peopleto Youth Director of this church lived In Keystone Height
answer period. show their love and thank will speak. The Rev. John M. Maundy Methodist Jacksonville. Include her since 1956.She was a member
Bishop Cerveny touched on fulness to God for the opportunity Flynn, minister of St. Mark 23, the First United Survivors Luke of the Community Church
topics of concern to Starke of life He has given us. Church the Rev. Church will have communionat husband: Mr. Diamond include' her
Episcopal Survivors
Episcopalian.' ranging from All else is subsequent to this, Patrick Foley Pastor of St. 7:30: p.m. in the Sanctuary.. of Lawtey; two daughters of: husband, Robert H. (Bob)
the potential growth of St. and the Liturgy which I I. so Edward'. Catholic Church The Youth will participate In Mr*. Evelyn N. Grlffi three sons: Glenn T.
.
Mark's to the use of the important to Episcopaliansshould and the Rev. Jim Love, the service. Lenten Held Kern Lawtey of: Doctors and Mr*Inlet Marjorie; threesans Few Lappe oil i;Eglin Air Force Base,
lives Programs
Proposed Book of Common clearly reflect
minister of the First Christian Morris Luke of Middle- Fla. Hubert A. Few of Jacksonville -
Prayer. Realizing that many lived thankfully day by day. F1RSTCHRIST1AN CHURCH :
Church will participate. Tats both ,and David A. Few of
M.L. and J.W.Luke
long-time Episcopalians pre- Senior Warden, Pat Farns- be broadcast on radio burg.
will Ga. one step-son,
fer the 1928 Prayer Book over worth on behalf of the Parish, WPXE. by Arlette Love. By Episcopalians of Starke. Four sister: Mrs. Augusta ;
station Robert W Lappe one -
Mr ;
Ellen Luke of Starke; stepdaughter
the new one, the Bishop explained thanked Bishop Cerveny for The offering will go to the Mrs. Kathy L.Collins .
that this is the to sit down Irma Watkins of Augu.ta.Ga.Myrtle
eighth the opportunity Minlsterl.1Alllanl'e The First Christian Church .
Bradford County Ga.
revision of the Book of and talk Informally with him. to help the needy. of Starke will sponsor an Wednesday; evening Lenten people to be what they were'; Barber of Palatfca; ,both of MrBertha Augusta T.;
Easter egg hunt March 25 at 2 Servicea continued March 8 Individuals with distinct and and Mrs. Idell Lee of Dover her mother
when St. Mark' was blessed varied talents.Through learning Fla. 12 grandchildren and Morris of Roswell Ga.; four

pm.The hunt will divided! into with a visit from Miss Dorothy we Christians today can three greatgrandchildren.Funeral brothers: Aubrey Morris of
two of preschooland West, a member of St. John'aCathedral.J discover our God-given services were held Atlanta, Ga., Hugh Morris of
age groups
grades I thru S. All child- .acksonvllle.sotwllle. talent and develop them. To Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Alpharetta,Rosweil Ga. Barnard
Ga.. and
quote Mora West Thethrilland Chapel of Archer-Tanner Morris of ,
are to bring three
ren !
a basket. eggsand Miss Went, who served a* power 01 learning really Funeral Home of Starke,with Raymond Morris of Marietta NeilMoss
director of (Christian Educa- comes when we get directlyand Rev. W.E. Lee and Rev. W. B. Ga.; three sisters: Mrs.
tion for St. John' prior to purposefully Involved In 'Chanucey officiating. Inter- and Mr*. Jean Lawson and
being manager of following the Living Lord. ment will follow in Kingsley both of Alpharetta, Ga.,
the anted, Book Store Lake Cemetery under the Mr*.Grace Collett of Roswell,
spoke to (parishioners andfriends On Wednesday evening direction drcher-Tanner Ga., and four grandchildren.
on 'Following the Living March 15, Reverend John Funeral Home Funeral services were held
Lord Through Learning.' Flynn, rector of St Mark'., Mrs.Annie May Pals Saturday afternoon.March 18.
Church
All present became Involved presented a unique programon Mrs. Annie May Pat: 83, In the Community
Miss church music; Hymn In with the pastor, Rev. ThomasP.
In YVutt's March 21.
presentationwhich died Tuesday
*riMmaL* k>-- encouraged audience specifically related to the Jacksonville while on a visit.A Poston in ,Keystone officiating.Heights Burial
questioning and response. She Lenten Season Palm Sundayand resident of Salem, N.J., she was
DeWitt C.
Grace Baptist Honors Track and Field WinnersThe emphasized|I Jesus' role as a Easter were read and Is survived by two sons, Jones Cemetery Funeral with Home in
teacher and the methods He sung by parishioners and their Ernest G., of Orange Park .
of arrangements.Mrs.
used to convey to His listeners guests. Reading and discussing and a former resident of charge
Grace Baptist Church held an awards banquet Tuesday night to honor the winners of the the Infinite love of God for His verses of traditional! Starke, and Lawrence C. Patz .Mable Lehnhrrr,87
Assoclational Royal Ambassador Track and Field meet, held in February. Trophys and ribbons children. Because of His unlimited hymns furthered the know- of Contookook, N.H.; one Mrs.Mable S. Lehnherr,
were given out to the participants. love Jesus allowed ledge of this Holy Season and daughter. Mrs. Margaret died Thursday morning
enhanced the meaning of what Kamakaris of Wellsville, March 16, in Alachua GeneraiHospital
has been sung for centuries. N.Y. 11 grandchildren and 7 following a long
DAYS
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Sr. swn.NAn.W 3BIG The learning involvement great-grandchildren. illness.
ji prompted singing from Arrangements are being Mrs. Lehnherr lived at the
t EAGLE 1 ThursdayFHday Park-of thePalms In
individual whose primary handled by Hardage Sons of Keystone
wl and talent was not necessarily In Jacksonville. Heights. A native of Anna
Saturday this area of service to The Illinois, she had lived in
Living Lord. Sunrise ServiceBy Orlando for 25 years before
moving Keystone Heights In
The series of five Lenten Church of GodThe November 1973. She was a
Programs left those who member of the Park-of-the
st participated with an awareness Youth Department of Palms Church.
prices that the events of the the Starke Church of God will Survivors Include her
Christian Year are to be livedin conduct Easter sunrise services husband Jacob E. Lehnherr .
the present, and not just to Easter morning. March of Keystone Heights, and one
be remembered as history for 26,at 6:IS a.m.at the Kingsley brother Harold J. Stephenson
Christiana are disciples of The Lake home of Mr. and Mrs. of Sparta, Illinois. "

look at these fantastic values! Save to 63% Living Lord. Prescott Gill on Lake Drive. Funeral services were held
up There will be special Easter: Saturday morning March 18,

,, : HIGHLAND BAPTIST music sung by the youth choir In the DeWitt C. Jones
P?' "'" ''II' ", ;;; .'I... CHURCH HOMECOMING directed by David Kirkland, Funeral Home' Chapel at
I 'MEN'S DENIM. ) Highland Baptist Church minister of music. Keystone Heights with Robert

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Weight Men Take A\.. ..
Second
in State Meet P The Tornado setters were sistent hits and strong a: oea- \ ; .
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forehands.
whipped by Lake City Tuesday court
with both men' and Tbt women are now 1-.
"We surprised ourselves," 185. He broke all state records fifth In the 123 weight class women's team losing, 07. overall. .
said Coach David Hurse after in the clean and jerk with 170 ", with a 200 bench press and a Men's coach Mike Sexton I."
Bradford weight men 180 and 185 pound jerks. 175 clean and jerk. attributes the loam's .4-6
took second place In the State Lawrence .Patrick also Mike Jordan, Charles According to women's record to the many rain-out i!
meet Saturday: in Gainesville. became a State Champion In Yeomans. Kevin Neel and Coach Melba Howard. "Lake (ame He said that if they ;
the 198 weight class with a Mark Jones also participated City has a very fine team." could have played all the ( :.
The Tornadoes also had two bench press of 310 and a clean in the meet, and lifted well She added that Merrl Orm. scheduled games their win
team members become state and jerk of 283. His clean and. said Coach Hurse.AU the men bee played well with con record would be better.Lady ,
champions at the meet, a feat jerk tied the state record. are returning next season, b
no other school in the state can except Kevin Neel and .
Women
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claim. Tim Jones placed fifth hi Lawrence Patrick. \ Mea t
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Lln Davis became the'new 148 weight class with a 255 The eight men chosen for Rodrlaue; 2-e 1-e. JockeJ 1.8, H. .'
State Champion In the 114* and a 225 cleanand the State meet chosen be- Grima 14, 5.7i OnnIbee 6-7. 4-oJ.
are Fetch takes
weight class. He bench jar cause they are Cathy a Carver 2.0, (04. Samoa U. 3-8.? ..
pressed 190 pounds and jerked. Martin Slocum also placed said Hurse. likely to place practice wing Hernandez U. W. Fetch 64. U. ,.. .
Pierce 1.0. (04. Johns M. 14.
Rodrlaue and GrlrrilCH. 4-6. Jockel and Ormebee W.

Track Team Running Faster, Winning More Carver Hernandez 2.oH.: Samoans and Futch 2-8.


LLSI1 BUS vs.Green Cove The girls track team continues ', BHS,..St. Augustine In the 100 yard dash ,
Spring to improve each week The Tornado boys won Surveller Galney a ninth
The boys track team lost to according to Coach Jerry "second place In the St. grader took first place with a Softball Team
Green Cove Tuesday, 69-54 McGriff. The girls placed ,Augustine triangular meet 12.9 time.
.Lawrence Patrick and Lin Davis new state champions losing points in the field 'second In the meet at St.,,".?Wednesday, with 69 points. Cindy Griffith and Linda
display the trophy won at the State meet in Gainesville. events which cost them a win. Augustine.The "Th '' swept us in the field Richardson took first and Gets First Win : 'M
said Coach Ben Moxley. final score showed St. events said Moxley. in the mile run, j jBHS
Dale Rogers placed first in Augustine In the lead with 101 commenting on the loss. St. with Griffith clocked In at 5:34: "
the 120 high hurdles, with a Augustine tallied 98 points, and Richardson just behind at 7-Ea.table 4 BHS I-St.Augustine
Golfers Drop Record time of 164. Berry Thomas points with BBS close behind and St. Joseph's ended with 6.07.The: Teamwork gave the lady Errors cost the ladies in
placed third, docking at IV-2. with 91 points. Only a week 22. rest of the team placed Tornadoes their first win of their less to St. Augustine 124
In the 100 yard dash Avery earlier the ladles were outplayed Carter placed third in the first and second in almost the season over Eastslde 74. in their second game of the
Both teams this Shell placed second. stopping by SL Augustine by 35 long jump with an 18 foot every other event giving the Leading hitters for the week.
Bradford High golfers found Thursday against Lake the clock at 10.6. According to points.Cindy. : jump. ladles their big jump over ladles were Betty Hudson and Betty Hudson hit* three-run I
the going rough in a 12-stroke away Moxley Shell "has improved Griffith took three Cummings threw the shot Green Cove. Frances Coltrane who were homer In the second inning
March 23rd.
City on
loss, 151-163, last Thursday in every week." ( first places with a 2:31.2 time put 40'6'14 for second place. both 2 for 3 at the plate. and tied the came I 5, The
Orange Park, then were edgedone Chief land John Tatum took second In the 880 yard run, a 5:37.9 In the pole vault. Thomas Coltrane got things started by Tornadoes held the opponentto
time In the mile run and a took third place with a 9'6" hitting a triple In the fourth in third
the
stroke 159-160 Tuesdayby The girls team for Lake place in the one mile run,with Lady Gator Relay one run Inning,
Clay High in Green Cove Butler swung on to a win in a 5.16 time. 12:44.1: time in the two mile vault, and Samons took fourth The Lady runners traveledto inning bringing in two runs. but began making errors in
Spring their second victory of the In the 440 yard run David run. place with an 8' vault Gainesville Saturday, to The ladies alqo proved to put the sixth. St. Augustine began '
The week dropped the season by a match score of 43. Carter placed first at a 52.2 Marian Pittman placed first Avery Shell placed second participate in the Third up a good defensive fight, with making hits and ended the i
golfers to an even 4-4 record time. Rickie Johns placed twice in field 'events with a with a 10.7 time in the 100 yard Annual Lady Gator relays. :Dnly! .three errors. game with a six-point lead. \
The' Tornadoes have one second with a 95.9 time and 92'11" discus 'throw and a33'8'shot dash. Tatum also took second Classified in the High School
stroke down in two of their last Isaiah Jenkins finished third put place in the one mile run witha I ,division pitted the team
three losses. Statistics with a 561 time. Janice Berry ran away with 516 time. Samons took against the stronger AAAA RECREATIONDEPT :
Only one match Is set during Greg Glnst m (U) In the 330 intermediate three third places. She fourth place with a 5.27 time teams and showed the girls I
Spring vacation next week a defeated Tommy Cox (W) bya hurdles Rogers clocked 45.1 clocked 20.3 in the lib low 'I' The 440 relay team took that much hard work Is
tri-match at Ocala Forest with score of 6-1. R.J. VaugharU for second place and Tatum hurdles and" heaved the discus second: place. needed for the remainder of NEWS j
Forest and Lake Weir next ( ) defeated Joe Cox (W) by I took third with a 46.0 time. 6B'8tt. She also received The Tornadoes took all the season said McGriff.He ,
score of 63. Dionislo BrittonU third place for her 26'9" shot three top places In the
Tuesday March 28. In the 880 yard run Richard 440 added that the match There will be an Easter Women's and Men's Church ,
( ) defeated Roger Cox (W), yard run. with Carter egg
Smith
ran his best time this put.Merrl winning
was very exciting, with hunt
the Starke Softball will be
sponsored by
League i
63. Andrew Nalsbett (W) season with a 208.9 time: that Ormsbee placed third first place with a 54.2 time records being broken In games '
defeated Ed Sanchez (IU) by a took A tenth after she clocked In a 68.9 hi Johns winning second place Recreation Department played for: fun March 27,28,29
OP 151 -BUS 163 score of 6-2 Ricky McSpadden grader Smith "is coming the 440 yard dash and another with a 56.1 and Jenkins close nearly every event. Friday. March 24 and 30.The '
Playing on the new championship defeated Daniel Deckard (W) along real good,". said third place In the 880 yard run in third with a 56.2. Children four years old and Women's league games
at Judy llankerson set under will hunt for at 10 at and the men'sbegin
course Orange 97. for her 2:34.5: tune. Richard Smith won first a new eggs begin 7 p m.t i
Park the Bradford High Todd Samons Linda Richardson placed place In the 880 yard school record when she a.m. at the city park. Children at 8 p.m. and 9:15: p.m. ,
youngsters found themselvesup with 2.25 time.placed third third in the mile run with a clocking in with a 2.11 time run, clocked In at 27,9 In the 220 five through eight should meetat The games will be played at 1
against three good OP Area Golfers The a Tornadoes the mile time of 6.323: and another. Samons took fourth place witha yard dash. She placed 12th out 1 p.m. at the Pratt Street Westalde Park. '
who all shot sub-40 won of 27 center and children nine exercise class for
golfers third place for the two mile 2.35 time. runners. An women
To Tee Off medley with a 403.7 time.
rounds. Cindy Griffith found her 15' through twelve should meet at has begun. Classes are
with 14:16.0 time. Carter
a : again took first
Carter took first run a
The tough championshio place in the long jump to be her personal 3 pm. at the city park. Monday and Thursday I 1
Patti Chesser when
At 220 yard with set a new place he clocked In at
Strawberry ,run a 23 6 time.
There will be for
course didn't stop Randy best and Merrl Ormsbee prizes mornings from 9-30: to 10.30:
In the two mile school record with a 330 low 23.5 in the 220 yard run. _
run, John *
Goettlicker from leading OP InvitationalA Bennett placed first with a hurdle time of 65.0. She also Richard Smith placed first ,clocked her best time In the special eggs found and the Anyone Interested Is welcometo
with a 2-under-par 34. Paul 880 yard run with a 2:27.9: most eggs found. come to the Old Armory t
11.22 time. Richard Smith took received fourth place for the. In the two mile run with a 10.54
Oglesby was one over par at full field of 120' area the second place with a 11.34:3: 110 yard low hurdles. time. Bobby Smith again took tf f
37, Bobby Bannon was 2 over golfers Is expected at the time. Teresa Woody placed thirdin first place in the discus with aMS The team will continue'to H
at 38. Starke Golf and County Club The team won the mile the high jump with a 4'4'' ?'. practice through spring Free : I
Best BUS could manage on course next week for the 12th medley. lump She also placed fourth break to prepare for the Boating Course Offered
the tough course was two 40'sby annual Strawberry Invita- Bobby Smith threw the In the long jump with a 13'8" The ladies picked up their Bradford Invitational to be
Scott Roberts and Richard tional Golf Tournament.An discus 133'6" for first place, Jump. first dual meet win of the held Thursday April 6. Over A nix-week free course In teach the various aspects of .
Gaines. Wade Winkler shot 41, while Isaac Cummings took Cellta Hawkins took second" season against Green Cove 20 schools have been Invited to family boating safety will be boating safety navigation and
and Joey Herres 42.7ntLlpyIh AM-AM tournament is third place In the shot put witha place with ,a 83'1" discus 5.. Springs Tuesday with a final participate in the event which taught at Lake City motor maintenance.
throw. ? score of 6032. will begin at 9 a.m. "Anyone 16 of and
40'9" throw. Community College this years age
set '
J ,. .. Wednesday. March 29, fo '
spring, r older may sign up.There U no

r a TaMUlSlM :tiThe ;s. either I 2-manor( ,,fc} ,.( "utl.-map' teams>vHerb, 'BHS'"Slugg r Edge iu 1>i Hi m t tA Tlll! \.0*,c2SK5?.' >.w"eS*,uard theunplce -.If. coil Charge of for the the book-toWH'S-course. but the"""""r y q M!
Herres.: ti" ; "
BHS llnksmen gave 72-nold Auxiliary: will meet 7.10 p.m... book any sailor '01' boater,
for the The invitational _, would want to have onboard."
Clay High a run money tournament Is + n j Wednesday evenings, March I
Tuesday in Green Cove set Saturday towering 385 foot BUS scored one run in the threw first. Norman scored 23-April 26. Is
and Registration now being
Springs but couldn't find any Sunday April 1-2. run that landed five rows A .. bottom of the fifth when Kevin making it 3-2 when a Doug "We families to taken at the LCCC Lacey
one to match the sub-par 34 of the football stadium Tlllman led with a walk encourage "
Area golfers expected to House. For further Information
take this together
Clay High's Keith Kirker who make a strong bid for the Columbia High 3-2 over and. Kenny Clark doubled Tlllman Reddish grounder got by the said Lee course McDuffie coordinator call Office of
fired a 2-under-par 34. championship include Tim ford High in a game to third base. Kilby then Columbia third baseman. Different In- Continuing Education 752-
Wahl, Gainesville; Phil here Tuesday Northrup fanned to end the structors and specialists will! 1822. ext. 244.
Robers led BHS with a McDilda, Gainesville and .March 21. but walked to load the bases with game
Scott I
:37. Roberts Kelly Reese Ocala. The loss drops BHS to to one out But Tillman scored on Against Keystone High last
one-over-par birdied the number 7 and 8 BHS was bombed 15-3 and"I an infield hit by Doug week BUS pitchers hit three I
holes and should haev birdied Defending champion is local week by Keystone.. the Reddish but BHS left three batters and walked 13. That I
9, said Coach Warney Adkins golfer Bill Adams ineligiblefor seven Kevin, innings Tillman pitched for for men on base. plus pair of hits enabled the 'il13l3aJ mD

the amateur strawberry allowing five hits, the visiting KITS nine to mount an
I Wade Winkler shot a 39 to tourney this year after turning four and striking out five. Jeffery Norman scored in 11 run third inning/ attack that With
match the 39 of Clay Ken pro. Adams has been playingon Columbia High scored the bottom of the seventh propelled the Indians to a 15-3
Tuttle.Richard Gaines carded the MId-Florlda Mini Tour in the top of the third on when with two out he went all stomping If the Tornadoes in a Ron Reilly
41, Joey Herres and Claire and has won money in 6of 7 hits a walk and two the the way to second base when game called after five inningson
Turner were both at 43. tournaments he has entered. The first. batter singled the Lake City shortstop over the 10-run rule. Youth Director



I \ Aldridge Named All-Area' Guard, Hampton Receives Honorable Mention I Trinity Baptist Church i

i! Jacksonville, Fla I;
: Freddie Aldridge Joined an game in his senior year. competitor in 'the area and BHS scorer with 317 total the state.BHS lost three timesto for expected In the early
elite 10 all-area basketball Aldridge also excelled on de almost slngl handedly points and an 11.7 points per No. 7 ranked Eastslde High going"BHS limited opponentsto
: players when the Bradford fense. He was also the top Tor. vaulted the 18-10 Tornadoes game average. Hampton led 47.1 points per game while Hampton Baptist Church : ',
eager was named a second nado free throw shooter at 62.9 past district foes Palatka and the team In assists with 179 ,of Gainesville once each to scoring an average of 51.3
team all-area guard by the percent Aldridge scored 1,008 Clay County' the Sun stated. .and had 72 rebounds for the No 1 and eventual state class points per game. Hampton Fla j"
Gainesville Sun in its Sunday points in his BHS basketball Coach. Warney Adkinson season. 34 champion Ocala Vanguard andto The Tornado five is the 1978 I I..
March 19 editions. career 129 as a sophomore calls Aldridge his most dedicated to No.3 ranked Clay High District 5-3A champion. "
Guard Kenny Hampton 434 as a junior and 445 as a player the one who Morristown,Tennessee the Aldridge'stole the basketballand April 3 & 4
received Honorable Mention senior. Aldridge also con gave 110 percent no matter Adkinson also points out number 4 ranked team in that scored a layup with five I r
I status on the list. tributed 100 rebounds and had how he felt.Hampton.' that the BHS five had the state. 'seconds left to lift BUS 58-56
i Aldridge i led his Bradfordteammates 69 assists. the' S-foot-5 but dubious honor or dishonor, of "Defense is what carried usthrough by Palatka High In ,the Monday & Tuesday
in scoring with 445 The 5-11 senior played as lightning quick playmaker losing six of its defeats to ': ." said the Tornado semifinals of the district. The I

it i points, or .ISO points per complete a, game as any guard( was second leading team ranked in the top 10 in coach of' .: the winning season underdog Tornado five then 7:30: P.M. i
1:1'I: ,x stunned taller and highly
DISTRICT CHAMPS favored Clay High 46-43 to win,
\ I the district little on Clay's Everyone Welcome !
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t' SelfDefente' ... ,.s4I. ,. '... ',_ t <".! : For Additional Information Please Contact I tae Admissions Office, : :

There will be a self-defense B' ', --- '--...: ((904)) 264-9572 "
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Technical Center beginning .. HOUSE
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I Tuesday and Thursday from 6 ....College preparation. Including advanced placement courses : ; I
to 8 Registration la \\T .
Dm p.m. 4 I
'20. and must be paid !in -r 1 ....Small classes with Individualized Instruction
i advance. Registration begins e + 1 !' I ....A wide variety of athletic and extra-curricular activities
March 20 and ends April 4. uhf; p I '. K", i I', '
Classes will consist of both _ika' i A ....Bus transportation from surrounding areas.Hi l
male and female participants. I ', ,
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: Minimum age accepted' is 14 x :a ,! lv .... Have An Open Admission Policy And Will Accept Academically. Qualified 'L. '

i. years There old.must be 20 students or ;.j" t"azs''aC- % ** Students: Of Any Race, Color, National Or Ethnic Origin. ':,' .

more registeredbhprovidethe r f; ,h 1 ?try. Y' 4r r Address ;' j
necessary funds to offer the Mailing : Doctors Lake Drive. PA Box 518 .,

i class, so register now and Orange Park. Fla 32073 I'i''.t'
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colors. See our complete collection, then choose one for and colors. Fill them yourself wlthtreats you've specially
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ASSORTMENT Marie'fresh as spring butterfly ;o 99 1.3:9:
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Limit 1 EASTER GRASS EASTER RABBIT CI
} 30"inflatable rabbit complete3tt4
2-oz non-tlammablegrass with carrot.Reg 1.29
..*' in green pink or yellow
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EGGS

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GILLETTE AIMTOOTHPASTE 68 them with special surprises 48-INCH RABBIT j
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TRACE Long-legged stuffed rabbit 1
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EASTER NOVELTIES :
Of 9 double blade shaving n
Cartridges;: Limit 1 pack p + See our large assortment of Easter Y ,
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Yourseir Easter an4joiwrltfotaPO ; i Transfers wirfd&' oloi"fSbiets: :
9 COPPERTONETROPICAL low prices ,' REG. 19HINKLES I
w EGO DYE Reg.99' ,..79
14 BLENp --' UJJI 1 .m J _III.."IIll _'II f ;. ,
8-oz in your U. >>1f .. r
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209 oil Limit 1 PLASTIC EASTER ... MARSHMALLOW

EGG TREE 1 39 I;' ,, tmilluwM"' EGGS BY CURTISS .1
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29 w CUTEX NAILENAMEL CHAIR t)" Briggs-Stratton,H.P.lawn f
REG. $8.99CHAISE 699 ,'! : !f mowerwlthfruntwheeldrlve. '
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HIBACHI 588 \ .

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Control top style slims you gently Round design cast Iron Safe and easy to use.
to give to more Haltering ht to DeVILBISSHUMIDIFIER I construction multi- Cuts weeds with nylon
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drafts. .. Automatic line feeder
i-gallon..tip-resistant., REG. $19.04 JUG TRAY &handle cutter.and Loop grip
Gives up to 17 hours con duty poly Keeps your car's' guard, safety
Wide Interior cleaner!2
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EASTER BASKETS When you pick up your developed Him ENLARGEMENT" .:
) and print, buy two rolls of/ color or black
A delightful assortment of filled : and white 111m'for the regular price of on*
favorite baskets ready to surprise Bunnies eggs and other delectable designs/ to tuck Into an t.J TODAY AND EVERYDAY
your and people. They're chock-full of delicious treats Easter basket or give alone to someone special. All are h, From
yummy confections to say "Happy Easter"I'! hollow molded of fresh and delicious chocolate. ,"' 1f PLUS ECKERD'S favorite your

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eggs In crate. Reg.59 ea. ; ; PR-INSTANT ..
YOUR CHOICE ; '. j'
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IIii''! li !1iiIlJ ''' ri'! '' 1,. flavor Reg.69
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SOLID CHOCOLATE .r' W '&confections Whitman. 1-lb.chocolate box.Reg t, STREET 199
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RABBIT : or MICKEY MOUSE

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No nicks, cuts or scratches.
L.E.D. 5-FUNCTION Model 1124 Reg. 21.99 .,

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gold or siivertone metals. ;
Llghtwefghidryerwith2'Quartz ;j
Bright digital crystal readout accuracy. speeds. Low for easy styling rr". i j't i
matching band or bracelet. high for quick drying. And 2 ;rt};{ 't I
heat settings for maximum.
Reg. 14.95
comfort too. Reg. 18.99 DISPOSABLE (a


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AUTO POLISH J SHARPULTRATHIN !\ .
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shine bottle.! 16-oz.Reg. 3.49 SCRUB BRUSH TENNIS BALLS CALCULATOR ,' I. t
Sturdy brush with Vacuum sealed can of 3. LLOYDS Direct access memory.Finds Ii ;
comfort handle. Brilliant yellow for r f and Sq. Rt.Will operate audibly s r: .
Reg. 1.19CAR maximum visibility. A M IFM or silently. MODEL 8130 t.\. \
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vinyl top. 8-oz. bottle.Reg. SUNDAY 0A.M. It
3.25YOUR at.. tKt 100 solid state with no .
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CHOICE POLISHING CASUAL NO., I222 Reg J29.89 tuy.
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iRaiford Social Corner .. : CITIZENS SENIOR 1 WANT ADS




Joe Kerrigan ,
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by Mary Lee Faulkner the Methodist Church In Lake Mrs. Raymond Jean) E &' 1(' ..... -

PhMiei .. -::1711 with Mr. and Mrs. Mallie morning. They Wilkerson entered Shandi ""' -
Butler Sunday

Mrs Geraldine Barnhill and Grtrfla Mr. and recently.Mrs. Mallie prlffU heard perform the and Maranatha attended the Singers out. Teaching Sunday Hospital for tests In and Gainesville DOS- letters Answers sent were to Repreaentativ received to< crease. which by fsoo will per peak year at $6,01 unl19U2. I In t FOR SALE J L fuEl

for without penalties.
dinner
daughter Becky visited with attended a birthday stole surgery. The Stab Don Fuqua\ Senator Chilei per year
door dinner on the groum
Ramona Sweat Sunday after. George Pate In Ja*. Saturday.Mrs. Prison Women's Canasta Put and Stone. We quettlonec 1982.: there will be no limit on

noon. Mrs. Barnhill b i from Ruff Grit had to be .afterwards. In Is having Mrs. T.J. Foraytl reduction of an equ"alentamount Income earned after age 70 in' UI.LUOUFemale. 10 CHURCH YARD SALE-

Jax. Beach. re-admitted to Baptist Elmer Thornton Is I make a spring floral of from a vet.eran' stead of n at presentImprovements ......* .... Aawrk Pit Maajr k... I.... ......,*
serious condition at AlnchiGrnrral arrangement money In Social ScurRy with I'.ngll.hBmlL h. b .. ttctlwr
and Mr Memorial Hospital Sunday. Bull created e' the "church ,>
Johns .
Mrs. Marie attended Retired Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Hospital In Game.. for Mrs. Wilkerson, petition, when increases benefits beginning Ja S75. Cad: alter 7 ,.**.. t. rM ....., for

Drew Sweat a and Thornton's son Donald. of vllle following an accident.Mr. were granted In Socla uary. 1979 are: Ol 1 benefits I to 431-411.. lUhg 31 S3FISHERMAN ... church .......,.. Large

Teachers meeting Is visiting and Mrs. Don Alvarez Security benefit. They In- widow or widower who re- --------- ..I.......great buys 3 .(!..
Texas a
covered dish luncheon at the Houston. and Mr. and Mrs. Drew Sweat formed us that legislation will not ..rtll.t Htarka. ..*...* .lot.
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Methodist Church Building in with them for a few days.Charles attended the Easter Program r EnJbJ' H.R. 3372. Introduced by Rep. marries after age stopped. PARAUISE-Y old ""I.- ModUPRIGHT"13'
Mrs. be reduced nor
and
Starke Thursday Mr. II supported with assurance .lag bole right at year owIroat .
Lake Fuqua "
Church In '
Mrs. Rosa Sapp returned Bedding Cindy Addison and at the Baptist from Senator Chilei ((2)) A wife who has divorced door. Lot on Lake FREEZER-:

home Saturday from a week's on. all of Ralford.; Mr. and Butler Thursday night. Co 13A'J.LTO. and Stone that H.R. 3372 or a after age 62 or older can get G...... 155 It. waterfront.Man too, lit werklag Madttloa.
In Alachua General Mm.. Claude Wallace of Mrs. Ina and Jan : will be benefits on her ex.husband'searnings .largo beautiful *ak>. $125.1'..... MM. S3* .,. &JS1IM -
stay similar Senate Bill enacted -
Gainesville Ocala and Charles Pendorius Kimberly and Janet Harris ALL If the marriage natte charm. .. split rail It S3 215kg 1130!
lUwpital the all visiting Mr. and Mrs. vlHlled their sister, Mrs. -'" this year In the U.S, lasted 10 years Instead of :20 ....... 12fllOO. L.K.
Edith Dobson spent were Bernice Culver In Jax. Satu Congress to dUconttnue: these: A fcDWARDS, III A88OC., ii.rWiLi'ur Y-
Grit(is Sunday as formerly. ; sur.:
week with her sister, Mrs. Mallie .reduction years divorced wife's ben I..... Realtor 1'...* 4734903. Ham.., "...., ....ell..
Mack Sweat. afternoon.Mrs. dayDon A pamphlet prepared by tM vlvlng 31 S3 .. cMdilloa. M9S.
Mr Davis has returned at 60 (or 50 If lUhg .*..u.
Gertrude Hart. fits begin age
and can
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fair 533-118.
Committee Aging 64433
home after being with the Na. Special on ---------- Phase r
Drew Sweat. Mr. LEGALNOTICE disabled)
son. Billy of Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. U.s. Senate "Protecting 3123 2U" 3130
Tillman Rraddock tional Guard to be with his (3) Special minimum 'pay.; UTILITY BUILDINCSi All
and and Mrs.
and Mrs. Ilarhs Ellington Mr. and Mrs. Glenn sister Mrs Laura Seay. Older American Against meats will apply to persona .......... "..1'.., roceptible fi'iiiii' ': : .
and BUNNIESM.D.Crepe.
children and Larry Uavlson returned of Income ...ac...., Bfhti
OF INTENTION Overpayment .light
Raiford attended Mrs. Myrtle Sapp worked at least 30 yeai. ... Ph..
of Lake Butler all had dinner Fleming of Friday night after a week, TO REGISTER Taxes" for those who need who All payments teagaa ... groove llaor Sr.. L.3123'
at low wages. 7M-3068. Upd
Mr NAME this guidance can be obtainedat delivered. sad cat ep.El.seaMg
her daughter FICTITIOUS
with
visit & Increase In later If
will year
available.. ate 4S -
Bernice Culver and her Pursuant to Section 865,09., our next meeting. Places FORTY ACRES i North olKtyrtofi
I LEGALS the cost of living goes up. seethe I* py< eo lae..
family in Jax. Florida Statutes notice Is hereby you can go for help are Clay Honorary Club member Suaeikl. Stark*.984- 020 er954a027.l part oaks. partly

Debbie Da rnett continues: I to given that the undersigned County tARP office Orange Alex Morton went to visit his tfl."_ I cl..,*.. Head .........

INTENTIONTO INVITATION TO BIDDERS make excellent progress. Now James R. Morgan. Rt. 2, Bon Park Phone 264-7541) Bradford daughter Rita and her hut '..nr It....*.. L.K.
NOTICE OF
REGISTER that she has the cast off of her 1533. Keystone Hotghtm. Ri326G6 and Union Counties -Su- band In New Jersey Alex'. rURNISUINGSt Now sad EDWARDS. III AA8SOC...

NOTICE TO BIDDERS: right hand she Is able to do doing buslneiai under the wannee River Economic is In Bradford Count mod living ream salt.*. ... INC.. Mealier, 473.1903.ltcbg
FICTITIOUS NAME wife and need .........., maay SI S3
Section 86609 many things for herself. firm name of "JIM'S STYLING Agency Temple Avenue nextto Hospital receiving blood.
Pursuant to
I. tsealed !Mr and Mrs. EdgeFaulkner CENTER." '2306 N. Temple" Old Courthouse phone 964. ether Item BARGAIN '" '
Florida Statutes, notice i 11 NOTICE. hereby given transfusions.Mrs. CENTER. fOt Soath alBtarhe l/i ACRE HOMESITE aarHunptoa
that HARRY W. Bid Proposals will be re. and son Terry of Ave.. Starke Bradford County." tI696. Nora Grldcr enteredrest a H4-414171. ll/ehy Lake. Good road

hereby and given MARY ANN KYLE. celved by the City of Star ., Jax., were visiting Mr. and Florida, 32091 Intends to Changes in Social Securityin home in Palatka. Get well 12.910; with ...... L.K.

KYLE until 730: P.M. DST April 18. Mrs. Robert Faulkner and roflistar said fictitious name 1978. If you are 65 plus and and visits will be BAKU HAY Argoattaa, tPW4RD8.1I1. ASSOC.! .
cards
Route 3. BOle 94. Stocks, Florida apprielated. .. ....
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Mihlv lertOleoa, It.
Yarborough Tuei the of aforesaid still can earn INC. Beaker, 4734903.Itch
business under the 1978. at the City Hoi I. Slarke. Mrs. Kuby under provisions employed you We wish them, all a
:firm o9t. doing of "DOUBLE RUN Florida, for the complete: dstruction day night. statute. $4.000 In 1978 and still receiveall speedy recovery. 6.i.12itf/th i !! __ 3123

name !Mrs Robert Faulkner and James R. Morgan owner Social Security payments.If : "
FARM" at the above addtesa in of: !! New member to our club MORTGAGE eej T.S acre lot MOVINGEVERYTHING
Bradford County Florida. her mother, Mrs. Ruby Yai Dated this 23rd day of March your earnings exceed $4,000 waa Mrs. Christine Leveret : .hi Lake. City. S14.0M9 value MUST GO-8..., March 2U

Intend to register said fictitious Starke City Hall borough attended the funeral A D. 1978 at Stark. Florida]. then $1 will be deducted from Visitors were Mrs. Lucy Hei.. '..* bo pu,....... ten 1230.tltl 245 N. By

under the proviuorw of the Starke, Floridaat WednvMluy of Mrs. Yai 3/23 4tchg 4/13 J. every $2 earned above that long. Stan and Marg 11327.. Wfll ykpld 14 pet .. Strait ..101.. Lltll Champ

name bornugr's sister Mrs. Eliza amount. Earnings .will In- Dansley. mve>tmat. Doa Boworo. oa 301 N. I tchg 3123GARAGE"
aforesaid Statute Lewis of Plant City, who LI.....d Mortgage Broker
will be beth
which time bids public. "
HARRY W. KYLE end MARY IN THE CIRCUIT CO RT. The next meeting will be Sill Temple A".., !It..... SALEFriday" '

ANN KYLE are joint owners, ly received opened after and read the above aloud. lime Bid uatt 97Mr.. and Mrs. Charle EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN LEGALSJOB March 28 at 1 p.m. at Pratt St, Phase 964577. Itch, 3123 and Saturday. 3TS N.Chery. .

DATED this Tenth day of AND FOR BRADFORD Recreation Center. .
Mark, Moving.
visited Mr. and' -- ->- --------
consider lUrberof Jax.
and date will not be
March, AD 1978. at Staike. Mrs. Hubert Faulkner Sunda: COUNTY, FLORIDA. '1 OPPORTUNITY HEATERS Wood heaters, everything must ... Itpd

Florida. SPECIFICATION CASE NO. 77.340 Joe Kerriga portable ..r..... hatro, 3123
3/16 4tchg 4/6 PLANS, EVANS PRODUCTS COMPANY ANNOUNCEMENT drculntmg. heater*, oloctrt '
AND CONTRACT DOCUMENTS Posting Date: Dele Ad 23' INDIAN WINNEGAGO-:
Plaintiff and
electric
'" a corporation, belter. Alo
may be obtained from ufternoon.LEGAL appears In paper or Is receivedby ,.. itove sad refrlgnratore. 11174. *lcp. K,, luCy

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the office of Don R. Morge vs.RICHARD JAMISON AND FSES. Patrol Report* BARGAIN tENThS 301 qillppd. SIO.OOO. Phone ,

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR. Architect Post Office Drawer BETTY JAMISON, his wife Application Receipt Deadline: South. ol Stark. 964. *79.tlchj 9847U75 or 9645100. 3123

CUlT. IN AND FOR BRADFORD 1208 Keystone Heights, florida March 30. 1978.Suwennea |_-, _. Ztpd 3130
32666 ONLY.CONTRACTORS. Defendants.MORTGAGE Economic '
River
COUNTY. FLORIDA. NOTICEis 2 AccidentsThe NCRTIICAROLINALAND QUILTS FOR .SALE-Phon;

CASE NO. 7896.KATHERINE FORECLOSURE Council Inc. I it now accepting 10 overlooking' 782..1954. llpd 3123
EDLING Plaintiff. : Will upon re. application for the following Highway patro : acre
hereby given that application .beautiful mountain and
ceipt of One Hundred Dollars of OF MORTGAGE positions. reported two accidents this sad GARAGE: iAixd;: ; 2>.
vsALBERT-- was made on the 1st day NOTICE valley, real alee tree
G. EDLING and ANNL. ($10000)) payable to Don I I R. March. 1978 by the/ Western FORECLOSURE SALE Hauling Director: 11.00360 week that did a total of $1.10 plenty ol mountain Isurel.This 10 a... to 9 p.m. 4.1H ".

EDLING his wife, if alive and Morgan. Architect be forward Union Telegraph Company I tithe Public notice is hereby given (monthly). Background In Con- damage to the vehicle tract has fair accoae medIa Walnut, MX"I.r".Boot. KM andlesthera US

.if doad then his or her unknown two sets of plans and speck Federal) Communication that pursuant to and In strict struction and Administration Involved. clone to Murphy, N.C. Suiukl ('bIkes. mlncel-
cations collect Fifty Dote,. with the to coordinate a $8501.,,.. Iou real. goodterm.
ability Antis -
heirs devises, legmen or Commission to discontinue the compliance with/ the Summary Cynthia Watson reported laneou. t Itchg 3123
will be refunded .. MOUNTAIN CABIN
$5000))
(
grantees, and all other personsor provided a'tor-hour physical delivery set Final Judgment of Foreclosure multf-factod Home Repair a hit and run accident
the and specifl-!! located on 2.4 aero, goodacca "' "
claiming by through plans March program. High School graduate when she slowed MOW M:M cut
parties vice to the community of Starke entered in this cause on Saturday land I.I nil wooded, LAtIN
under or against them and allparties cations are returned In "gooc bid Florida during the hours 12Nooi 15 1978. the undersigned as or equivalent. down to cross the railroad nic' .r... Th. cabin. I I. not *.propelled I garden

or persons having or condition within ten days of to 6PM Saturday. Clerk of said Court will on the Section 8 Housing Specialist: tracks on SH-200 and was hit completely' liolnhod but It I I. plow t aluminum cot; other

claiming any right, title or interest opening.. If the application is granted 3rd day of April A.D., 1978, sell 4910.00(monthly) Two years of from behind. The other driver "completely dried in and I.IlveabI. I. kern. Phon. tmt-7730. Itchg

in and to the premises 'substitute service will be available the following described real experience in work Involving left the scene. .. while you finIsh It 3I2JAppaloou!

involved in this suit. Defendants SUBCONTRACTOR: Will upo by telephone through the property situate in Bradford direct public contact one year Collier Griffls was charged up. 2 BR largo deck eec,. ----- -------

NOTICE OF SUIT receipt of Fifty Dollars ($5001mode ( Western Union Telegraph offici County Florida, to-wit: of which should have been in with reckless driving when he .looking mountain. Owner Stallion landing

TO QUIET TITLE payable to Don R. at Jacksonville Florida and Lot 3. Block 8 In Uncoln City, housing or housing related actl. failed to make a curve 01 needs to cell II 7.500. 14.300 .t Stud-Hav. 2 to choose
.
loan.On
I IM THE NAME OF THE STATE Morgan. Architect be forwarde Florida. Section 32. Township 6 South. vities real estate management Griffis Loop early Saturday down payment ** .m. from.Double to Uomlno-end
Miami
Acr about. 5 mile. from
OF FLORIDA: one set of plans and specif social I services, counseling or and struck a tree High Time Bloodline. Call
Any member of the public de Range 22 East, as per map or morning Murphy, N.C. Mco knoll lor
.
refundable and 49A2903
To the Defendants: cations non Business Administration High the vehicle was M2126! daytime -
to
string to express an opinion or plat recorded in Deed Book t. Damage building or you can park a
ALBERT G. EDLING and ANN this application may com. Page 177 public records of School graduate or equivalent. estimated at $500. camper or trailer. It 1. Eveningi.tfchgLUMBER

L. EDLING. hi.wife, if alive or if EACH BID: Shall be accorr muracata In writing with the Bradford County, Florida.at Access to automobile and valid sliM: down payment. Th.... i cypreat- andlplae,

dead to his or her unknown panted by a cashier's check Of Federal Communications Commission public auction to the highest Florida Driver's License. are a lew ol over 2.(100Uatlng cults build, AL.tlO.ywmng ,

heirs devisees, legatees or bid bond in the amount of !) Washington, D.C bidder for cash, at the) East Itchg 3/23 Legal.NOTiCE .. We have all type( ofpe5..f9i51"IItinad .!,.,.... AI>..fJln1'\M4Iv.R.\ | t

grantees, and all other persons percent of the bid price payaU 20664 on or before April 5,. front door of. ..heBredl"ref"i ", , ,.- ." and. s'11 We'trettSSOOecre have 30. Chan WU.S6I7,,37,:,,3tpd *t
op.
or parties claiming by. through, to the Owner.THE 1978. County Courthouse in Stark. alo have -
small tractai we
under or against, them; SUCCESSFUL BIDDER Florida during the legal hours of THE BOARD OF COUNTY several cabin. hou*., eld Alrtrean.; Travel T-;.; "'r.31

And to-: : 3/162tchg 323IN sale at the hour of 1 p.m., same You A COMMISSIONERS OF BRADFORD '.raa., .,.. Writ or call for It.. lull .. .',.* awning,
Will be required to provide All parties or persons having or being a legal sales day. COUNTY HEREBY Ire tinting brochure. You. electric
claiming any right, title or interest Performance Labor and MalawiPayment call fre of "charge bydIalIng track air condition rear
Dated this 20th day of March INTENT TO can "
in and to the following described Bond In the amount o GIVES NOTICE OF l.S0O-43.7-121. Write bath twin bed, plu. gurho.excellent .
situated in 100 percent of the bid amount. THE CIRCUIT COURT 1978 PURCHASE THREE ((31) YARD or call today. Cherokee. and condition 18.5110.)

Bradford property County Florida: Surety Company shall be It. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF George H. Pierce ARTICULATED WHEEL Co., Murphy. N.C., 2B906. tall 496( .2003. 323 Itchg

censed to do business In the FLORIDA IN AND FOR 996 North Temple Ave. Home LOADER. 3/2 7tpd 4/14 '' -' ; '
;; :
Lots 44 and 46. Cypress Avenue. Starke Florida 32091 OPENED 4 Acre 'In Union Co.. t'llliter
BE
BRADFORD COUNTY. THE BIDS WILL
LAKE HOMESITES state of Florida and shall be 4962433. 3.
CRYSTAL 5:30 .
according to plat thereof reuxd.id listed by the United States Treasury CIVIL ACTION Attorney for Plaintiff Sec MONDAY. APRIL 3. 1978 AT 10 LOTS. FOR SAI.Ei, 2 23 .'.10.: 4-13 pm.
Department CASE No. 7879In A.M. THE BOARD OF COUNTY Crystal Lake homedte
Plat Book 3. 6.
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in pago The matter of the adopt. Gilbert D. Brown COMMISSIONERS OF make offer. Bob HarrU. --
PROPOSALS: May not be withdrawn re:
records. Ford Standard
Bradford County public of the Circuit Court of John HAS 3 23: 1961 I'I.-'p. -
of ANTHONY GERALD Clerk BRADFORD COUNTY 473-3133. 3/18 Ztchg
for after bid hun
you and each of you are noli- thirty days radio, beater, stock
PARKER a/k/a Anthony Gerald Bradford County Florida. THE RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR ----------- -
.
suit to title to dute rack. (:.MM( ). Call J D. Rime
lied that a quiet
By: Beulah M. Moody REJECT ANY OR ALL BIDS FOR EASTERHanging at 4962525. 323 Itpd.

the above described propertyhas ALL BIDDERS: Will be notified Brown.NOTICE OF SUIT Itchg 3/23 WHICHEVER WILL BE IN THE Banket and all type ollern
been filed against you and OF ., cactu' .te.. pott.dplu'
of the award of contract to the NO PROPERTY BEST INTEREST MUZ2I.K" I.O'\DER: :Need"
you are required to serve a copy *. 1231 Butler' Rd.,
of answer to the complaint successful bidder or the rejection To: Whom It may concern. PUBLIC NOTICE BRADFORD COUNTY.A Stark. llchg 3123TRACTORlord black. powder ball,
your
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat COPY OF THE BID REQUEST ? 10 to 6
the Plaintiff attorney, of all bids within five day YOU patche* Open. a m.
on action for Adoption has AND SPECIFICATIONS CAN "" Saturday. 735.25119. 3/9
MYRON C. PREVAIl JR., of the Owner's decision an Public 8N with S p.m. -
and Florida Department of Transportation announces a OBTAINED BY CONTACTING llichg 4/13
been filed against you you The BE It mower. Good condItIon.SIOoe.
798 Keystone
P O Drawer of be held In the Commission Room of the BradorCounty THE OFFICE OF THE 782-3358. 3!23Ztchg -------
END OF NOTICE TO BIDDERS are required to serve a copy Hearing to Phone ------ -
FlorIda. and file the ongmal \I to
P.M.
Hoights. "*71, at 1:00
if to Wednesday. March If, OF CIRCUIT COURT, 31 30
your written defenses any Courthouse on CLERK HOUSE OF
in the office, of the Clerk of WATSON'S!!
the Circuit Court on or before 3tchq 3/23/78/ 4678IN it, on the plaintiff, attorney, which all Interested persons are Invited- AT THE BRADFORD COUNTYCOURTHOUSEr L'P G'HTPiANtS .;;.', VACUUMSi Many brand ..fnew
whose name and address is STARKE, udmchine
April IS 1978 otherwise a THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR James R. Flynn Pierce and The purpose of the Hearing Is to afford Interested parsons the and. CI..I. good "condition.Phoo .vacuum available. Eapertrepairs
default will be taken against you. FunctlonatCI.sllfieatlon FLORIDA.GILBERT 782-3874 ., 7112.3690.
BRADFORD COUNTY. Hardy P.A., P.O. Drawer 1030, opportunity to express their views concerning the S. BROWN all make Part aad
shall be publishedonce 3123
This notice Bradford County. Also, there will be COURT Itchg .... .orl. Ion all vacuumytm .
PROBATE DIVISION Starke FL 32091 and file the of all reads In CLERK OF CIRCUIT *

weeks a week in for four the consecutive Bradford- CASE FLORIDA NO. 77.339.CP original' with the clerk of the a discussion of roads to be added to or b. deleted from the Stal .' 3/23 2tchg 330MOBILE GELDINGEiic.Uaat- low- .. 404. 1SW 10 h
Catneivlll. PhoesNEW
document
FILE NO. 1 2681 above styled court on or before Highway System.A copy of th agenda and supporting horn or pleairar SpIrIted.Phone Avenue.

County Dated Telegraph.this 14th day of March IN RE: Estate of THEODORE S. March 30 1978; otherwise, a will b* available for viewing at the Court Clark's office In from the HOME 96 -5630. after 5 "... 3787110..tl/cha.: .!. ... !. .. .___

1978. FRANK. JR.. Deceased judgement may be entered Bradford County Courthouse during normal I working hours Itpd 3123 ITEMS EVERY DAYi

GILBERT S BROWN against you for the relief demanded March 22. 1971 to March 2f, 1.7I. SERVICE POLIS ------- -- New merehanduie. udmerchandlM.
in the complaint or 25 ACRES 3 mile. East of and
Antique*
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT NOTICE TOCREDITORS petition. This Hearing is i being held In compliance with "" Florid 100 AMP Hampton, In 5 and 10 aero junk. too much to llt.

COURT In WO, l72 and tract. Easy: term ownerfinanced. SR
hand and the and 131.040 amended I.AWTEY VARIETY
WITNESS 339.07
Florida. my Statutes Chapter ratIo
Bradford County .. No "collect
By S/Mjnan Me Roe, Deputy TO ALL PERSONS HAVING seal of said. Court on February If 77 and Chapter 14.Ilofths Florida Administrative Cod. I Phone 462.5398. 3/16 2tpd 125 W, at U.S. 301. Vail'

Clerk CLAIMS OR DEMANDS 27. 1978. 3/23 wme. !!_H/ch5!! _________

3/164tchg 4/6 AGAINST THE ABOVE Glbert S. Brown. As Clerk of W.H. Skinner 140 TRACTOR In good

.. ... said Court District Engineer condition, recently over
-- ESTATE: FURNITURE
Within three ((3)) months from By: Marion McRae As Deputy Florida Department of Transportation hauled Call 4962033. SM.
.. 3/2 3/23
NOTICE OF the time of the first publication Clerk. 3/1 :3/ .? REFINISHINCKSTIMATf Bro. 4tpd
---------
SHERIFF'S SALE of this Notice, you are required 3'2 4tchg 323IN >
to file with the Clerk of the > FIREWOOD$20 per pickup

of Bradford -? load PECANS. SOe per
that I I. Circuit Court
Notice is hereby given CIRCUIT COURT '+ -. pound. Ph.1I2tO.. St.
THE

Doiph E. ReddIsh.Florida as sheriff under of County Division the Florida address, of which Probate is EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF "If we make Wolj!! Drilling .
l ,
Bradford County. '' FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD --,---- -
B Starke
Drawer Ia
,
and by virtue of Writ of Post Office '
32091, a written statement COUNTY. 2" thru 6" WATERS PATIO COVERS lOiZO for
execution. to wit.: Florida. homo. aad mobile home
CIVIL ACTION [iJ on
Execution issued out of Circuit of any claim or demand I an error BULLDOZING $199 .uncalled. 1159 aala-
7881In
NO. Fast
Rotary'
CASE
have the Estate .
Court of Duval County Florida you may against .tailed. GATOR ALU

pursuant to a Final Judgement of THEODORE S. FRANK JR.. of Gertie E. taxes Equipment Bulldozer Work MINUM. Ph... 3729787.
America. Inc. and Deceased. Re: The Marriage your Drilling 4<20 N.W. 13th St., Gainvlll .*-
Credithrift' of D. Green and Each claim must be in writing Murphy wife, ... w. "''O Large or, Small .. g/11 tt/chg
STATE LICENSED .
against Roger ---
Betty M Green defendants, In and must indicate. the basis for \vs husband. the penalty. ... ..!.. .. Land Fill
the amount of $2.694.13 together the claim the name and addressof .j.B. Murphy we pay
collection the creditor or his agent or PurnpB!
with costs of NOTICE OF SUIT PondsWILBUR USED FURNITURE
and the amount friterestJ'H&R '
attorney ,
PROPERTY And the SALE
claimed. If the claim is not yet NO New &. UsedSalesPartsService WATERS FURNITURE ARRIVINGWEEKLY
TO J.B. MURPHY. Whereabouts ,
:
date when It will -
and have In mypossession due the
Have- seized ..."l
the following described become due shall be stated. If unknown. Block doesn't make many mistakes. Our Do Drop la
daim Is contingent or' un YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED But if we should 880 W. Madison 9t Stark, BARGAIN HOUSE
the
to to.
personal property action for Dissolution of people are trained not E'Z TermsPlumbing '
the nature of the that an 7M-KW 301 South
liquidated additional tax.
wit: filed make that costs you
Marriage has been against an error .
3 hairdryers uncertainty shall be stated.,If theclaim ---
1 lamp, -
4 small, tables 1 complete shampoo is secured, security shall you J.B. Murphy and you are you pay only the.tax. Block pays any penaltyand : : >
required to serve a copy of your behind work 'That'sReason .
our ,
shall stand
1 small. desk 1 coca cola bet desclrbed. The claimant interest.,We
station,
defenses if to it, 01'1the BUILDERS'
machine 1 Hotpoint Air deliver sufficient copies of the written plaintiff'a, attorney.any whose :'\0: 14 why, H&R Block should do New Installation R&J
Clerk to enable the
Conditioner, 2 Qass Snack claim to the J.J. taxes.
name and address is your .
(Cookie) Jars. Clerk$ to mail one copy to eachwrsonal irVolbert Jr.. P.O Box 10613( Remodeling

As the property of the above ALL representative.CLAIMS AND Starka Florida with 32091 the clerk, and of the file H&R BLOCK: Electrical Plumbing
he: original Repa.rs
that NOT SO FILED
named defendant and \ on DEMANDS
Monday the 27th day of March, WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. ,above styled court on or before THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE .. ....fl..e Home All Types -
otherwise a
March- 30th, 1978; Area Offices
of 2 Convenient ne'e
this 24th day
Noon
1978 at twelve o'clock on DATED D UP pa '
udgement may be entered Starke. Fl. '.. Keystone Heights, :
ebruary. 1977. m- ., Remodeling Work
relief
said the premises of the Personalepveaentatlv. against you for the JJ: Monitor !
day on /'./ Betty Webb as 118 N. Walnut' St. ki Building -
or PUMPS
Bradford County Jail Yard I will Estate of demanded in the) complaint SUPPLY
of the '4. ". <..73-2777 ,,
offer for sale. and sell to the THEODORE S. FRANK JR. wtition./ ge..e288 't' : Licensed And Bonded
of Opera Monday. 'odey 102Salurday
hand the seal COMPANY
In WITNESS my
bidder for cash hand '
highest Decelll d. Feb. 27, 1978. open g.e Weekdays S.turd.y-4 8.t 2 t Free Estimates
of aid Court o
the above dascnfaed property RICHARD E. WELTY. 114 N. 864 N: Temple Ave
said defendant to satisfy the Walnut Street Post Office Box Albert S. Brown
aforesaid Execution. B6 Starke. Florida 32091. As Oerk of said Courtly No Appointment Necessary Stafke, Phone 1148&28ri

Dolph E. .ddIsh, Sheriff Attorney for Personal Repre- : Marion McRae, As Deputy 964-7081 t -

Bradford County; Florida __tstllle.31162tctog. Clerk

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.EXPERIENCED..... .Apply MAIDdally. Is ....-.*.*. MISCELLANEOUS.. ( :RENT J i HOMES FOR SALE j L OPPORTUNITIES BUSINESS JUEBAKTH 1 t PERSONALS l ,. AUTOMOBILES "' Secluded Distinctive lot rod.take wood Santa) CB Fa contemporary Won ,.financed.

N. .. calls USED
LU pl MOTEL M : ,Ml please...tII..JO- !I... ..J. .... Kingsley Lake Calm undisturbed serene : -:
situation :30M sq. tt. homo, furnished duplex &
Storke. *I21 Ztckf I!10 GOT 'TASTE, FOR AD.VENTURE KADFOKD VILLAGE FOR MALE 2 BR FRAME CORPOBATlONi INCOME TAX SERVICE 1974 C..",.... Sebvrbaa. over water.
? Yen will Had It APTS. 1 ... .ada,. HOUSE- well .. wall Eaergy readied. high. 123 S. Walnut 84. Starke.Pkeae ,Gad ...It.... CI.... See apt. .
INBPECTOR- !. the Navy. Travel to .*. ............ AC, carpet, carpel, paaeled 1/2 acre profit, lanrice dealersklpaaealhUtnt. .....7.... 1/1* 2uhg at Register Oil Co. la) Starke.Pkeae Let of bouse little-money, 40* W. Washington

.'::1&" at Keystone Hu.l.now ettlMf p...... Werk. ea epaee walk-In closet,welled garden earner .let tambbedl ar ... FaB ar part d... 1 3/23 ,",.-68811. tick* 7000 sq. ".CB bldg Brownies St., lease, option.
........ applications far a .e ............ Oat top ..atie. en-etraal ..r..... 2IS .. ........800 UJS. Slk Ave, .. 4 man ....,.U- Heme.efdce ,
City: BnUdmg. I......... AU ...... career. ......... W. Washington" .._. 964> Lake Butler, .../." .kelp. Y aUrtsip.AttraeUa BlkBYBlTTINU IN MY VOLKSWAGEN1966 Hampton Lakei Lovely Brick extra lot -
paUeaala. ..... .kave eonatruetlea Bad. a great latarFer aaeratelaraulln. .*... best bolero 0 a.m. let year not. ROME anytime Phone 7823116 ....., with 1970 rebuilt "Tuck's Drive In" 301 S. Ideal for Slulln Steak

kackgraund ud .. eaatact C.... tlr..._ ___ 24(60 CONCORDi Double small .......... el. $2000'rkhiy alter .4 ,... Myrtle ....... S200. Pheae .... house I j\
faanJUar with. the following APT wide, S BR. I .bathe, dlakwasher returned Write LoNeavo.. 3/16 4tpd 4/6 .
; K.u .t72-62...Or atBradlard FURNISHED 7760. Itckg 3123
eee e
......-. Seuthera Standard. 10 ..,. ,. carpet, CH/A. Slobartk Corp: 954 8. Highway Touch of the old with story home 1.7S acr.
M. 1 clean
.- Meaday BR .
.
.a oI..... National Electrical .... U S pro Thursday I .... ........, 41,very.,... A/C. partly ...............,9,6OO eaeb.r 41, laveraess, Fla. (S FOR 1040A FORMS, S10 FORD PAICON- 1968madel. Building lot In Green Acres Ideal neighborhood.
Southern Mechanical. 11,4KHI S112me.Phana 32650. a* call collect, 1-904. for 1040 terms, II .. ether
1 return
..... te I fj 1/12 17ukfPARRISHfAMILYi Ideal lee couple or retiredporeeaa. Good eendHlea.Paoae Apt.. House I mod.rn units flood
and. National Pl....... This 41111 .N.skids ar pete.Pkaao 964-7194.- 3/16 tpd 726-956S. 3/n..4tckai 8/301> .........t.. 30 yra.eaparloBea. 9645296. Had 3123
I* part-time. petition wltknslary J --- 114..*.. cAy V1 9/23 Ph... Danielle. Hampton Lake Unpretentious., elegant furnished
aegeUable. Allraomen Le kl.. far buaily $.. J.... 135. per kandred ..."... Moral, ""' '''1173. 3/16 4tpd t; CHEVY: PICK-UPs 1878. home.
Meet fen receivedbr FOUR BEDROOM frame ..... .. 4/6 abort wheel boss. 350 V8.lleotride. trailerhookup.
akreadr stamped :3.2 A 38R CB homo- huge CB garage,
... close .. ...1.... Mart Parrish.-sealed 1S7S.CblUrco 1 BR COTTAGE .. Lake -: home (only 1 year awl), with sod. ..dre...... Free Teal ... lacladod.83JOO. ,. .
boors Friday, March 31.II7S. E."' ., Laateel.LeUte.GraadB UtgiUes IaAdd.REYBTONE a....... With 10 ..... af enppUea.send addressedataaapad TELEVISION REPAIR AT Plea 96441702 alter .
.ta>or Martha HEIGHTS su vast creative Ingenuity
land leased and surveyed.Pbeae 0 3/16 Amailng brick displaying
it the, City Hall FJO. ]anvelepe DISCOUNT! PRICES ATJIM'S p-m. tf/pd
tet
ROEL.
Acm C...._. Bkarley, REALTY Phono. 4732614. "' -67". Ine 4Uhgd8 engineering expertise with pool, .
Boi 336. Keystone Helghte.Fm. 11I10.T..... C. Ga. Doric 3/141 tfl. 5005 Old MMIetkiaai" Pfce.MuMeNe. FURNITURE, 455 1967 PICK UP-Ford F.100 exacting
32650.. II21 Ztckc 1130 Bre..., Bern 78*.lee. Mary, ",' RI......, Va. Male 8t, Lake Butler, 498- with new llberglae "....r. Ideal bachelor pad-I BR CB furnished on 1 acre.
Fla. 3274. 3/16 Zuka: 1/23 KITCHENETTES. !' 1 ik aTMIREM'ENT' "PLANSTKeyateaa 23Z24.. 3/16 2lpd 3/23 2985. 3/2 tt/ckg Gaud ._"ltI... S1.1OO.
EXPERIENCED" CIS. apt.. TV AC.: .t...... m. M.a..... ....' Phone 964-7813. 3123 2tckg 10 fenced acres with delightfully'' level pastures 70
WAITRESSES, Pert tbuer eluded. Totaly tnnlahad.Weakly ta Beat S1SO4W weekly. unique SISTER KATHERINE, 3130! pecan trees cypress home, garage, large barn.
lull tin. R,.'. B.... I meatkly ra.... area adjacent n. .....; \ program free Spk-ltual advice. and. $25,000.20ACweil.tank
.t.... Restaurant Keysteae t WANTEDCOOD ) Temple ....... 880 N. Beautifully.... Clean Undacaped.aamar CH/A. 3R ?: deUlla. Jim E....'.,, Rt. 6. ......11.. an .all problem ofUfa. FOR 8ALE- 1177 Peatlac Bpole.cleared.

lit.. Apply Ie ...._ ...,'. T..... Ave, ...r...., ..... 1 "bath Owners .havermoved. Boa 168, Lake. Clt,. FL Slrter. Katharine baa advice Aelra Hatchback, AC 1240 Standing CHoVA. excellent condition.
.. .. .. 964-7317 3/30 fit .aid kelp relating. temarriage AM FM, P B, P S, I. e.-
Sea M." Eveaa. / i 3/9 4tpd 120'.. far 32M!>. 3/9 pd "11' with
Upper. business, health celleat' ....Itlo.. 21JOOOnOes. ,Nice home 12 productive AC on paved rd.
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PRICES PAID Will take S50O and
nod Uaanclal problems. 2.S A with of flowers & fruit trees. Hume
SuwaBoeo River Economic need ...... ..... U ...... UNFURNISHED APTD.w.tew.sputalra hate Little, .. .. P... 9O4-328-8863 3200 take aver paymeata .. aell a. variety
.(. la 3/4 Bald aur aiere.OLIN8 Broker / Salesman avaa. and PERSONALS for S3AOO. Call 473-3287. & garage workshop owner financed
Council. I... I. BOW ( Central and A. PeeYormalkaeall904.7271 Reid 81, Palatka. Come I.. t
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accepting application lor 'MOBILE HOME weakenda, 372-2112. Trend ., eat or write 3/9 3tpd Itpd 3123 Charming well built brick on Madison
M4-6 Oa. 7 ereenao Realty af GalnesvlUe, Inc..
SALES. Open
the lowing ....ltlo.- ..,. weekly, tl/caa by BallegteeVe. Gift Realtor, 3774666.3/9 4tchg BABYSITTING IN MY 3/23 FOR SALE-4970 Buick ta- :3 BR .2B CH&A en landscaped lot. 117,000.
Housing Dlroeter-81.003.6O
monthly Background. laConstruction CASH FOR GOLD StorHaa, Shop), 104 W. Call St. U-cfcg If ., HOME-. mlantee from PIANO TUNING Repair lion Wagoa, A.T.. P S, P B, 40 Ac J BR home with income from trailer rent.:

sad Ad'tmlotration Jewelry, dlaaaeada. ....., 1 2 ROOM EFFICIENCY FOUR BEDROOM HOME ReJIerd .r. ... Preler 3 ,r. planes ......d. Anycondition. AM FM radio.. Make oiler. Comfortable
nearly home Rd.
with Ik. ability deatal (eld. Wll visit yea kitchenettes, .1111.... aad on 10 acres, fenced, part aide and ... Itchg 3123 William George 473-1358. Itpd 3123 coy new on Colley ,

coordinate m.ItHac.' ..,....r.. PkaBo) Mr. TV I......... UNDEB- pasture part plnea, aid 1228 Blaading. St.. SI."' .. ----------- Kingsley Picturesque spring beside: BR home i
...... repair p........ High Rltlel... 475-10S9. i9 WOOD MOTELS 1/2 N. en IN... Bradford C..t,. L.K. I WILL altar PICK ackosl UP aad CHILDREN 964-6287. 3/2 tl/chg 1973 Dodge Charger-PB. large dock for entertaining. Appro 70' x 20n'
School graduate or equi- tffc", 301. Pkene 964434 1.1t. EDWARDS, III. A8SOC. keep PS. AC. Lew Mileage
vale.t.1.etlon. lte" 3/aS: I.... Realtor,473-4903. Itckg them at my 11_. while yea CARPET .r 1NSTALLATIONt. 81650. Call alter 5 p.m. $7000. :307 N. Church Handyman special s
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..1..... tlr.) .. Win pick u.. I I, 1'113 I I I> gradaa. P..thrangk.. Brenda .' ( E.'........ In all | | 964-5621. lubg 3.23 2 BR frame owner finance *l 1,500. 509 W.
8 Housing; SpecJallet- TWO BR DUPLEX lortlg. phases, .desire local night
OLIN'S MOBILE HOME 94023. 3123 Center..
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yearn .( eiporleuee IB work .SALES.. M4-5600. 0,.. 7 Concrete Sleek. 1 bath In: :<4113< 431-1522 alter 5 Downtown Lawtey Ideal building for antique
week, carpet, stove, refrigerator.
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Involving direct. public contact 124 N. Myrtle St.. .."..I..t location. Carpet p.m. FAULKNERE shop parts store cabinet shop, etc. Prlnd n nt.Lawtey .
BOB year .. which 964082nr ..,.-.... Steve and refrigerator BILL'S SAW SHOP Cam.
8130/mBBth. Phone 1M......... Fenced service ------ Store plus Living quarters 130,000 s
should. have been) IB bousinger 9644)500. 3/19 4tpd 4/ yard plate sharpening HOME REMODELING "1/ m
hosting related. activities' .. two lots. P'... 964-6S24 ........... Laid, carbide, It'. I. the "home, we do It/" Apt I
real ......, management, r-FOR RENT ] TWO BEDROOM- Mobile after Si 30. 3123 2tpd 313012x65 chain, mower blade hollowgreojid Plumbing, electrical i
social aervleei, and) ...1...... Leave 1.It. ?. _
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Business Adnelnletratlon.Hlitk Pbene 9644112 er FULLY FURNISHED at Jackaaa .IIILelI.. Supply Good work at reasonable 2305: N. Temple
School graduate. arequivalent. APT-Newlyredecorated. 964-8261. lUhg 3/ "Mobile Home with 2 BR. 2 Stake or Heysteae H.I...... prices. ..1........ Phone Starke. ,Florida T J
Ac.... ta nute Adalta. .. Bathe, A/C. A...... pay "/. arc tNI4. 087. 3/9 4tchg, 3/30 9646065OPENSATVRDAY& m RALPH

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Licence.. Apply UtultlMlaqvlre aad air .......... KEYSTONE 1400 Cemmorclalaoaed .. 9647287.: Itpd 3121 REPAIREDll AB makaadenned CUSTOM MADEDRAPERIESt REALTOR BRYAN
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32060 Phone 904-162- Slcgfc) Ne. 21 North. 827S per me. completely remodeled I.) (7. Work .naraateed. .JamaeStrickland .......1... Lemn Stephen, Building. See ua.Live US 301 NORTH
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4115. Application receiptdeadline I ud---a R APT8Ualaralabed. KEYSTONE REALTY. ....Phone 964-6020.til chg Read sad ,Hwy corner 16. tl/chg Morgan_ phone 496-2219.- B/24 tf/chg LA .FLORIDA ,2"7 N Tempi)

March 30. 3-23 newly redecemtad. 473- 1814 ../... SEWING MACHINES en 1 Acre In city In a 2 782-3H06 964 8788
l lehgINSURANCE Security. oI.p".". HORSE LOVERS-! .. Ugh DISABLED ''V( VETERAN. REP trained BR 2 bath central heat
laqalre T.-R..a Motel KEYSTONE S BR. I B, acres nice barn with water WU clean oat year garage If apeclalUta will service all and. air II..... 13 1/2 acres, 4 UK, 2 bath OFFICE OPEN
: 1'.... 64-6784. 3123 3tckc tally equipped. kitchen. and ......trlolt'. AIM nicely alewed to f keep,, the uawanted makes and models. In your frame home plun :3 BR. I 8ATt'RI>AYK 9 2
( ) 416 CH/A W/D koek-ups. ear landscaped brick home with | nk. 473-2406. home. All work guaranteed.For Ideal. Location 3 BR.C... bath (rem.. 1" .5110. SUNDAY ItV AI'I'r.
pert Urge .lot, (250 ... 3 BR 2 .bathe, screened front tf/chg ., .. appointment .aeeRebecca's Heat and Air, Immaculate. 3-BR.- -2-bath- brick,
HOUSES FOR RENT-OBB, KEYSTONE REALTYl porch, paved road. L.... I" Fabrics, 380 W. clean-Just. move In. Farms barn We have acreage from .
I BR,furnished.. S125| 0.., 4732614 .//... ....... Furnished or nnfitrnlahed. 'SEPTIC TANK at'GREASE Main Lake Butler CH/A. 2 fireplacea. 31/1)1.. acrel.hemeal '
I INSURANCE' RI......' ''laI toga. 3 .BR 'H....., ,?.wltllpwrpot4geadlldrsp.e v --i-' In law S40'.. L.KV- TRAP .1._. BOW BeathleanrehwFwoyfk .,. Very Good Condition., CesHandAk3BRU. with 7 acrea, S61OOO| 10 : y
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t4I and tlealere Hank'Building. first aad laat aieatlt'o rant laadvanee. Keyoteaa in town, unfurnished Realtert.n.IOlftcll 3123T \.,aIIIII.tha. bualne.r".rMl BILEHOMEPARK' Ideal. far someone who. I.'"' acrea corner 1008 M47S21.luh .?...'.7 .aktedj331.dichiALkOHOIICS.. '
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Ph... 494-2101. Lake. ButlerlOHjIche newly '....e.' ., wants a business too 1 00 A 813.500.
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MAINES INSURANCE HOUSE with large LR.. large DR 1 Can be moved. ".U.1 MODSi Phone 964-6894 ar INSIDE CITY LIMITS 229| only 10 percent down. Keuth. sraiMNM) ....... We have commercial

AGENCY:! 160 8. Lake Ave, 2 BR. heat and \fC.S17S equipped Bath, laundry Kitchen.room,2 1((2 BR.acre Inrnlahed. Pbene 7ft4-HOi 964-76I9.... tl/fcg Walk ta Bradford SquareOrpoweoww and. closing coat. 5 serer :;. Large oaks. ,. properly and lndu.trla

Lake. Butler 4U6-3V78. ....th. Phone 1 9M-6201 yd. family beach, CH/A, .. No collect eell,. JI23:Zlpd 'city water,SJ,0M( > per acre. property! W e ran help you
t'omplel.le.urascs Service. alter J Itcbf 3123 3130 ;HANDYMAN - Wooded Acreage onGelger BUY a house. Bl Ill a
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FUR RENT, 3 BR 11/b I In Keystone: remodeling. noBjaawashlngand you the potentials. Ill restricted tehomes Evenings: .n.
Imnodlate coverage by bath brick. homo located. ... Noeda llelshlng '.leuehos.lrt painting. Special. ..t.. / Fire,Police Protection. lacing 230) WilsonRd. call !'
phon. JOE USHER Lake Butler Can Malnee side, well and septic1! .L terms for senior cltl..... City: ,iGaa, Water and 10 High Beautiful Acres an S22.0UO. RALPH Din AN:
AGENCY 490-2126 or 496- Heal .:.t.I., REALTOR. I HOMES FOR SALE I2IJOO.: 'L.K. EDWARDS Free ..tl..t... Phone 964- Sewer Co. Maintained Road - REALTOR !11"11211":! '

:294)3.) -_.- ------- ""* -3"78. 3/2 tln/cha/ h.... .... 4903.III. ASSOC.Itckf. 3123, Realtor, ? 473: { 8961 after attention.5,pjn.2/23 for. Immediate 6tchg Jo-Lu Motel. owner will hold mtg. 2 Inc.BR furnished washer and frame. dryer.SI3.200 home. HAI.KSMKNlWA1NKIMII:: ':(.1.,\SMA 1;

; _f 964.8810 Need to all the 11 Acre OO.11I513!
HOUSETRAILER. 10.48. :2 FOR SALE-Mause .or..... ./30eeeeeae with trailer South olHampton. Spacious block. home :2 large "Y PH.", :N

L LOST AND FOUNDPIT ) BR P..... 431-1022. tl/chg by owner,. Laka Hampled'Oek..3BR,2Baheneplea"' Horse bas t... BR. I, acre S23.0OO. !KA4 123N: '
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Bl'LLDOGFemale, Quality fnrnllure, weakerIncluded. week daya. anytime week - -- .

white with brlndl pot*. I 1'.... 964-6542. ...... 468-2721. 4tchg" weeded- beautiful.lets. high.. and heavily dry, I Aa.ocleleeIrene KU5 'Acres 1340' on 301. ..,!) T'--J". r. \, '.'1 '. ,

vr. old. \lclnity of Bethel call, ..,tI.... Itchg 3123 4111 I streets, build your GEORGE ROBLRTS.JR. I.. Faulkner'' Terms56,51901., I,0 +I
('hu.... East: el Starke.. Lout ------------- paved Real Estate Broker nnlnl11..IU..2< -' '. \ .
about I month ago. S23 ,. 12.60-M' L'ME74: I own honm..or of yon Call may fardelKlla. I Reg.Phsne 964-726 gat., Susan M.BakfcenKvenlnga App.. 'I acres l.illle Nanta f pr. 1 .
like one era Fe Lake. BR. Mil. S3.1.5UO
ward. Phone l olph R.ddlah.l1I.HIMII. acre lot S75OO ar beet oiler. 986 North Temple AvJJStsrke. 964-6172 J
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: 3123: 2uhg 3!3d Phone 964-7976. luhg 3123 5STARKFi 5 Florid. S ads SettlesEvening .erms. Adjoining sppx. \arthllalru'.t.: .
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I 964-5944 Make Florida JSIWIFormerly :! I
.r 5 '.beautiful I BR Mil. S2N.ODO' or both for
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II" .,area with 3 SR home and S56JMIO. _
MOTORCYCLESFOR LIMERDCKFDR LP GAS suitkble for barn. ,\J'I'hnma'* .
aid house I
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+c. 3 BR.2 bath..sE I Floriland Realty "J:!.'iJ-:... _
064-5888 :. Can St.. corner nC. Hae 393 N.Tern pie Ave.Stark. UAY.F.\a W KKKKMSPhone : : : liiur HII. :3 I hjlh, riinrr.'l.l r'hlrk
!Sl'/.UKl' OF STARKEi your SALE separate I.H. DR. des plus I Very .... brick home. In ..n., 7 23NMI.AKF. ( hnux*. i' rMii I, H. .l VMa
eutheriied. Huiukl dealer.' Cash & Carry. I huge family room with gas town, inside utility roo... 3 964-7700 Phone 96 -$'2U. ID-10 SouthiMalnut 1 b.tk. .
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1301 Mouth. In Allis E. Tit<.r I IHome :. __ GOOD COUNTY: LIVING.F.rm.lte 15. IUR.IiBuu':
!Mark. ) tl/chg A.B. PATRAY I Frame house oa I acre incountry with Income. Illul. building site with :2.3 .rrr. in llnmii| "n Nit
Delivery Of I : very reasonable l2acreewltk4BK.2balhframe rnnlng. usnrrlnanrina/ ,
Keyatonellla..Fla. 1I10.5IHI.>
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h.ttf home, f... It hatCUM. plenty
Cylinder& Illlice 473-3A6I I 5 Acrea, North ol. Starke.just In addition. to - '
( ::1/1e'+iii'r1 t Il*t I Home 473-2039 AFFORDABLE Two RK.I lini arrr him iliiw.
house with :3 BR. I
oil IS 301 another mnbik. *. home and rt.|
/lriiig! Il"r'lt" 782.3172 Bulk Gas ..._ ., bath. Live In on., rent one. I I lint bath.lime A great home buy for bu>the... ili-ntial. "It|( Hill SiMiihO ,. .

Kingsley Lake. Double- .. .
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Eves And WeekendsBargain : :ri i ,
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---.- OI.IN'8 DISCOUNT' unildlngi,I large shaded lot. SR 225 West of I.awt.ywith I i'OMI/ER/'IAL -LOT IN: ). 1 hnmaa
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FOR RENtMobile LOMtiUlAMKHome ; ; .ICIe" ESTHT"RKE FARM: 3 BfTcB house. .. closing .o l.. :Monthly STARNEs6.5(8):, ( Reg. .

and Building 10 acres, 10 pecan tr.... :3 pmt. 157.01. - Illlre ,
out-building (Ih.rn. workskop .. t'lU'l'n: : IIKIU:
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Homes > Open 7 doe a week storage Out ol Hampton II acre "
House --,WE BUILD- FIIRSITI'RECeeeh : with trailer and barn. PKISONi 3 BH. I bath. : .
t Octet Several commercial;; ; lots on ,Central, Heat and Air.\
YourPlm)30rOar6 A Chair -- 533.2210ASwCIATF.e 1
For RentIn 301. ... -
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SI39.95 Acreage
Your Lot Or Ours A -
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Boston Roekera S27.95 12 ecru end 3 BR CB homewith 41 acrea.IWK !
USED FURNITURE.SALE.. . Country FREE ESTIMATESRemodeling ) Lamp Iraq 110. family ream 2 bathe. ) per acre. 30 acre, K.KSTONEi; : BH. I bath.Ju.t Stove KImmen
Repairs) : IHnlnar Rood Side 1139.. CILIA West .. Lawtey. 11000 per acre. I 2 car garage. Eve,964ANMRRASLNGTiN: /
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BEER SHIRTS Home Bought Saratoga Heights.Two block bouse. goodcondition. available.' Call tdayln.YPIIJPW'. 1III11ItI1: '::'
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Furnished Or fr..IHHF.na 20-acre tracts very 2 BR lrsm., I 1/2 bath. - :

All Size J 1 I''INFIMSHKW:. '' : : reasonable just. oil SR-16 4BR Irame.near schoolo. / CI.ce. IRK Cadillac- Old..mobile : '
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-- Delivery Free wlthlncounty. carport. fBi In town \.ry BrokerEvens.9645476 ul, ".the, .
Bill Austin 9646853Nigh '....n...... iTONKHEICIITS: : : Cars Taken (>,nCmlillnc .
GEORGE ROBERTS.J R, t .
way 301 South FINANCINGAIAILABLE; : Reg. Real Estate Broker Associate Pearl Andrews-." .7731! Oflice |!WM((4734700Etenlng Trrulen i,
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Phone D84-7826
964-6114 Starke I SF.nSTOtE: *. .Janet Starling .
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Celebrate
Eighth Birthdays .SlNCZ :


I .., Jody Jennifer and Jason which was Feb. 9, All five Qil 4 Sorily GJi/or, f 964-, 7,0$

triplet children of Mr. and enjoyed the large birthday
Mrs. Marvin Brown who were cake.
eight years old Feb. 28, cele- Among the II attending the
brated the occasion at two supper with the Brown family The Sweetest Slrawbtrrltt TM SUm of Utavtn mdat Jll Wj
events. were the children's* grandparents .
On Mr. and Mrs. G.S.
Sunday, Feb. 26, the ,
family had a cookout supperat brown and Mr. and Mrs.
their home In Pine breeze Julian E. McRae. Also the l

subdivision. The occasion also triplets great grandparents,
celebrated the birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Bit Mary Crapse and Richard Minotte Wed March 10Mr .
the children's great grand. good of Theressa. .

father, Robert E. Bitgood ofTheresl8. On Saturday and Sunday, and Mrs. M,D. Crapse, Mary Annette of Jacksonvilleto
whose birthday fell March 4-5, Mr. and Mrs. u.c Sr. of Lawtey announce the Richard Kenneth Menotte
on Feb 24 and grandfather Brown treated their children'at + marriage of their daughter, son of Mr. and Mrs. RichardMenotte
Gilbert S. Brown I birthday a weekend at Disney World. of Jacksonville.Mr. .

Egg HuntSet Mike Webb performedthe ,,; .

It nuptials March 10 at 7:30: ,
'EMT Unit Give Talk at Hosp. AuxiliaryBeth for March 24 p.m. at 3780 University Club

Building, club house in
'Moore and Scott dent, Mrs. Drew Reddish; Children Jacksonville;
Taylor, two of the seven second vice-president, Mrs A. Jody. Jennifer and Jason Brown celebrated their eighth Methodist of the United Decorations were blue and I a+ ,
members of the EMT C. Basford; recording secre birthdays March 4..at Disney World with Plnocchlo helping &tocelebrate their annual Church Easter will have white paper streamers, bells ,;r r y
hunt
Emergency Medical Technicians tary. Miss Arthurine the occasion egg
Friday. March 24, between 3 and gazebo on the fire place
) demonstration Blanchard
gave a ; corresponding mantle.
and 5
and talk at the Bradford secretary Mrs Louln Redding p.m at Strickland's at wedding music
Little Women Planning Dance; Kingsley Lake Appropriate ri
County Hospital Auxiliary ; treasurer Ms. Linda r
, .K The event is was recorded.
j general meeting Monday Johns. These officers will be ?qhe United sponsored by Dewalt Hatch attended as M a l lu
! night at tho Methodist) Fellowship Installed at the April 24 meet. Daytona TripThe ,iundl'r I the direction Methodist of Women Group best man.

Hall. -In ..Two. All Patricia Wheeler attendedher
children
t, The Auxiliary had Flans were made for main Little Women's Club On April 15 a aeml drese Infancy through sixth from sister as matron of honor.

" purchased a jump bag for the taining the hamburger boothat made several plans for future dance plans were discussed;. invited to attend. gradeare She wore a baby blue mid \
EMT and the two members the Fan next week. made for the July dress with floral trim
activities at its March I plans were f.r I Egg hunts will be In each and .
and
demonstrated its contents "
the business
Preceding meeting 14 16 weekend at Daytona : ,age group. Games will be carried a spray of blue '
value of Its use in emergency meeting a covered dish supper Attending the meeting were Beach; and Rhea Corbitt and played and prizes and favors carnations with fern and blue ..I':')
calls. The unit welcomes talks was served by hostesses: Mrs. Mrs,. Curtis Sanders, Mrs. Teem Norman were chosen ", will be awarded. streamers. \ '
and demonstrations schools Frank Palmer, Mrs. Basford Wayne Whlffen, Mrs. V.J. hostesses for the Thursday, 1 1'I
and clubs to acquaint the Mrs, Martha Miley Mrs. Ida Spengler and Mrs. George April 6, meeting to be held at The bride. given In \
with the usefulness of Plummer and DUPLICATE BRIDGE
public Miss
Roberts Jr. from, the senior 7:30: p.m. marriage by her father, worea : "
the EMT unit Blanchard. CLUB RESULTS ;
,. floor length bridal with '
club and '
Mrs. Robert gown
: Mrs. A. (',, Buford. president The dining tables carriedout and Mrs. Wilson Autry Evelyn Griffin and Margie empire waist, round neckline "
over the meeting the Easter motif with Jerry from Thomson were the winning r
presided the Junior, Club. The senior The club donated $25 to the with scalloped lace edging. ." ,
'1' .. 1
r.. where Mrs. Hose MtConiH'll colorful pastel linen cloths and and junior members assistedthe dental clinic sponsored by the couple at Duplicate 'Bridge long sleeves with lace cuffs .., ,.,
of Starke Barbara Carter: Easter: baskets filled with club In club Junior Woman's Club; and Tuesday night Mr. and Mrs.J and lace trim down the frontof ., 1'JII"
'and Susie Lott of Hamptonwere flowers ways meetingswere H. Mlneslnger and Bob "
spring and colored
to be conducted and donated $50 to the Stepheq the gown and edged around
welcomed us new eggs/: placed at Intervals. Fund. Pomerhn and Gareth Jones. the bottom. Her .
Murphy chapel length
procedures ..
proper ,, ..
*members. I Hostesses at the April meet. train was secured to a t.u { v ,
The Auxiliary donulcd$15I0, ing will be Mrs. Emma Rene scalloped veil headpiece. She ": "
q' t; : I "
to the hospital toward the purchase Weaver Mrs. Maxie Carter Darlene/ Norman Celebrates BirthdayDarlene wore a diamond and saphlre ",, "... I"t,: ,.,,,q.. ,. 1",1' ",,
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anJMrs "
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: of a Ijiproscope Sr., Mrs. Erma Faber, gold chain,a gift of the groom (
machine for biopsy purposes. Evelyn: Henry. Norman celebratedher 'enjoyed an Easter egg hunt. and carried a nosegay of blue I 1 I
Mrs h. C. Early presentedthe tenth birthday March 19 ata Prizes were received by carnations:daisies and baby's I "" .
new slate of officers for party given by her parents Lance and Greg Wiggins breath and red buds.A '

197H-7M which were unproved: : Ad Mr. and. Mrs. Marcus Ronnie Norman, Trey Johns {-o'J;,: .( : .<. ; !r '. .1" I.", ...r"':
president Mrs. W. J. hick; Classified Norman, at their home on SR. and Lynn Dukes. reception was also held at \\j ;\, ,.L ; : '," -.;;,\ ;' ,_ tot"f ;"'" :.. \
prell d'nt.eled. Mrs. Maurice IJr.psull.. 16E.Fifteen Each guest received an the club house where the ,
Overslreel: first vice-presi guests shared a Easter basket' filled with parents stood in the receiving
large Easter bunny cake and candy. Mr. Richard "Menatle
line.The
bride's table was ,
i centered with a three tiered St. Augustine the couple Is Mr. Menotte graduated :
wedding cake trimmed with residing at 3780 University from Edward II. White Senior r

JIM'S ... blue roses. Gwen Ollie, Jo Club Blvd.. Apt. 2805 High School in 1973 and r
1j..X-- Fields and Ann Dunn cut the Jacksonville.The attended Florida Junior
N-'E cake and assisted In pouring r

erQ STYLING Local admittances to Brad- North Florida Regional 1 I punch from two punch bowls. bride Is a 1974 graduateof College. lie Is employed at t

CENTER ford County Hospital this Hospital has had as visitors ,Following wedding trip to Sandalwood Junior Senior Marine Engineering .
week include: Mrs. Elizabeth Mrs. Emma Tanner of High School. (Thermal Engineering Co.)I. i
964.6394 Underhill, Dennis Smith Mrs. Baldwin on Saturday and Mr.
Personalized Vickie Hall Elisha Grlffls. and Mrs. Charles Fields of re.'l.a

:Hair Styling For Men &Women Willie L. Carter, Jr. and Mrs. Jacksonville and Ensign and
Edna Sauve of Starke; and Mrs.Wayne Fields of'Charleston. Rebecca Sheering p.1. DUPLICATE BRIDGE
Willie W. Carter of Lake S.C. on Sunday. CLUB RESULTS

rV LADIES a MEN'S Butler. Eva Mathewson and Jeff
Frosting or pfc Cut. Style Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Case Rebecca Sherring, Mrs. Joe Jordan and Wrenshall were the winning
Mrs. Clyde Sinclair re- and children of Lake City and daughter, Cindy, of Live Oak couple at Duplicate Bridge
REOStreaking REG Shampoo turned last week from two Miss Nancy Struth of Gaines- 'Tommy Outlaw were Monday visitors of her iW Tuesday March 14. Mrs. Lex
Complete '10"& Blow-Dry months visit with friends and ville will spend the weekend parents,. Mr. and Mrs. II.A. Green and Cecelia Ter-
zs? relatives in Vero Beach Mrs. with their mother, Mrs. Lu, _Lawson. sccorxf 1 and _
wUl were .JMWI4;
1880 $truth gagefnentwTod I <,M. .." "-,.. -, ., l Car "''
s8"r elal'.htO spent'the'Weelr'nd ;,\ ... .\.MWNi .i I ,i'T'ji 'IMr \: ? feing F'11tl"Were'Oi'ratid: i2d'
> with. Mr. and Mrs. W.W. and Mrs. David Mrs. J.If. Minesinaer and
Vickers at New Smyrna Mr. 'and Mrs. Homer, "' Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sheeringof Mendenhall of Stone Lora Francis and Rhea
.
Manicures Beach. Stearns visited the Gillyard Starke announce the Mountain Ga. were Johnson.
family in DeBary on Mondayof engagement of their daughter, Wednesday to Sunday visitors
& Stewart Beckett Jr. and last week. Rebecca Jean to Seville of her parents, Mr. and Mrs
Edward Stellacy of Kennedy Thomas Outlaw son of Mr. J.E. Hardy. Mrs. Graham and
Mary two
AFB are spending several and Mrs. Lavern H. Outlaw of
Facials daughters of Chiefland were
'days this week with Mr. Hampton. Mrs. V.V. Hazen of Gaines- Monday visitors of Mr. and
Beckett Sr. at Kingsley Lake. Wedding plans will be ville was Sunday visitor of Mr. Mrs. J.G. Jackson and was
IirNnfuar announced at a later date. and Mrs. M.F. Hazen."
accompanied home by her
Mrs. J.H. Fields who has
MONDAY Thru SATURDAY ,
mother, Mrs. Ha Rain. who
returned after two weeks in
C'\ROJ..JE\N PARRISII has spent two weeks with the
THURSDAY EVENINGS BY
Lowell and Jane Parrish of Miss Martha Jo Hess Jacksons.

APPOINTMENT ADVENTURE Starke announce the birth of

964.6394 TRAVEL their daughter Carol Jean I( UPCOMING EVENTS Martha Deas, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cole and
Across From Hwy Patrol EDUCATIONSee Parrish born .7 p.m. JI Mr.and Mrs. David Cole of St .
March 15, at Glenn
301 f North Chief Kelly US Navy Wednesday Khachigan Petersburg spent the weekend
Alachua General Hospital, In with Mrs. Cole's sister Mrs.\
964.6394 Recruiting Station Starke Gainesville. Told Lonnie Jo"uJlwood and brother. .
Monday 10 A.M. TII 2 P.M. Carol Jean weighed Into the SAPP REUNION hALL REUNION Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Allen Pratt and
T!>! Bradford Square t/io.< I' world at 8 Ibs. 3''} ozs. and 2Descendents SUNDAY APRIL 2 family On Saturday they all

.measured 211''a inches long. attended the graduation ceremony -
of Leonard and The annual Hall reunion will '1 he engagement and
Materna'' grandparents are Susan Sapp will have a family be held Sunday April 2, at the, approaching marriage of Miss at tho University.; of Ii
Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. reunion Sunday,April 2, at the Theressa Community Center. Martha Jo Deas to Glen Alan Florida where Nancy Full- Ii II
McGee of Gainesville. Community Center In'Lake A'' basket lunch will be Kruichlaan 'is announced by wood received Ki B.A. In Ele.
iu Paternal grandparents are Butler. served at I p.m. the bride-elect's Mr. mentary Edu ation.
; : 0 Mr. and Mrs. ,J.F Parrish of picnic basket lunch will be All friends and relatives are and Mrs. John parents.II. Deas of "II
..
LaCross. served at 1 p.m. cordially Invited to attend. Lake City. Mrs Dolly Kunig is' ,
.
0 is sponsoring The parents of the groom-to- spending Wednesday to Monday i
with her sister Miss Pat
"' r
be
are Mr. and Mrs. Simon
1McDnnarcrs Khachigan formerly of Lake Lamp at Daytona Beach and
will attend the three exhibition
TWO'r Are'Tou Tired Off City Park.and now residing in Avon Houston baseball Minnesota games and of ,I

Ms. Deas'
; grandmothersare
,. G EASTER EGG Mrs. E.W. Hayes of' Toronto.
Kingsley Lake and Lake City I,
a and Mrs. John II. Deas of Mrs. Bobby (Carolyn>
All The
f graduated from the
HUNTS Garbage Jennings. Mr. Khachigan'smaternal Taylor University of Florida on
grandparents are
Attending Mr.
Saturday were
the late Mr. and Mrs. B II
children, Jeff
Fielding of Columbia City. Taylor Kathy,
1978to and Richie, all of Starke, and
Saturday 00 The bride-to-be graduated Mrs. Mr.
tarch25 Taylor's parents
from Columbia High School in
Let The Perrymans l tOO! earned her B.A. degreein and Mrs W.H.EII:4tman. Sr. of
Archer Mrs. Taylor receivedher
English and mathematicsfrom
Wainwright Park Florida! Southern Collegeand master's degree in Elementary
Get Yours FOP Education or B.A.E,
Rid
(North Church Street) Of her M Ed in Counseling
from the University 'of
10:00A.M. Georgia Mrs. Emma Rene Weaver
: W YOU. Th.yH v. nout.. The future groom attended has had as visitors Mrs. Udell

0 high school in Bronx ville.New Stevens of Sanford on" : ;:.
: Preschoolers First Grade. Cov.ringBradfordCounty, York served a tour of duty In Wednesday of last week and .

the United States Navy, and Mrs. Suzanne ,Weaver and :
2:00: P.M.Second'Fifth. GradeEASTER :; .. Klnqal.y Lak. a J then earned his B.A. degree In daughter, Dana of Williston ;

G Keyaton.H.ights. SrMmlrau Sociology and Psychology! of visited their grnadmother on :.
m Florida. Friday. i
an n Twice n W..k Basis. Wedding vows will be
BUNNY THK** ,Yr'- shared during an evening Mrs; W.H. Thomson of : :

ac ceremony the ninth of Monticello Is spending the ;..
o l4 September in the First Baptist long weekend with Mr. and ", '
Will FnrniabEASTER If You Subscribe To Their ServiceYou'll Church of Lake Mrs. Jim Womack and family "'r I
wedding
::? After their the and Mrs. John W. Griffin and
couple will continue to residein Miss Lillian Stump. :,

EGGS Get 2 Months Lake City where Mr.
.;. Pick Up FREE Khachigan Is the Coordinatorof Johnny O. Dobbs of Lake _
g the Alcohol Program for the Butler and Mrs. Willard ;;
< Brng'YourEi./erBa.ke/Or irc ns tl A Inswr l r r T0W *r t tl Columbia Hamilton Dockery of Green Cove t,;
pP
v (Jj ; Counseling Center. Springs were Sunday visitors ::1!:! 'I

0 Container ToColleetEggsPRIZES They Also Haft Burn Barrel l, Pick Up Trash Or Sarb,.Pile head.of Mr. and Mrs A.B-.White-, .:


Mr. and Mrs,,Rob Duffy of tiov.
FOR ALL Jacksonville visited her Mr. and Mrs.. Richard

0 parents Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Williams and family of ;..

: P.rryrnan'. Eggers on,!Sunday Tallahassee spent the week. <.:.:
end with their '."
; Prizes For' parents Mr.
Special CALL AFTER CALL FTEASlpvici John and J.L. Padgett of and Mrs. Mack Williams and
4 Ci arban Jacksonville are spending this Mr. and Mrs. Warney .i.: '
,J Most & Q 5pm 8pm week with their uncle and Adklnson Mr. and Mrs Bob 1'
Eggs aunt Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Williams and family of
Jacksonville joined the
Norman. ,
; .0 : 473-3728 Williams. family on Sunday. ;
f'i. Golden Found
atr.o Eggs oQ Mr. and Mrs. Lonzy
i
Norman/ attended the funeral Mr. and Mrs. 'Bill GUne.

)f his sister, Mrs.Slssie Lewis and Mrs. Thelma Mendoza of
KETSTONiHCtfiXTS id Plant City on Wednesday of Jacksonville visited Mrs
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test week. Carrie Rltch last Thursday..

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.I'. Creamer James Livingston Wed March 18 in Lawley iiii1 IJiJlt 'Ir-n: ", :' ,1\1"... :,EaternStarSupper
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MM! Brenda Gay Creamer, nuptial music were RandaU girl In a long A-llne beige A reception was held In the j. (
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Crawford pianist and Miss gown with floral trim. Pecan Room of the Garden
James 1C Creamer of Lawtey Cathy Boyett soloist. The bride given In mar- Restaurant. Starke chapter, No. 224,
0e became the bride of James Joe Campbell of Midland. riage by her father, wore a Order of the Eastern Star, will
Lee Livingston son of Williamq. Texas attended as best man. long white A-line qlana knit Standing In the receivingline have a covered dish supper
Cruce of Starke on Sat. Wayne Duncan was usher. gown with high stand-up were the bride and groom Saturday. March 25.: at 7 p.m.
It..
urday. March 18. at 7 p.m. In collar and long sleeves with and their parents Miss 'n the Masonic Hall. .
the Church of God Lawtey. Miss Caroline Gomes of the bodice collar and chapel, Camilla Livingston kept thelode's All Masons and their faml- .
Rev N. A. Blake performed Lawtey served as maid of train trimmed with lace daisy book. lea are Invited to attend.
the nuptials. honor. She,wore a long,A-llne florets. Her Victorian crownof The bride's table was .I
The rostrum was centered jacket dress of sea green seed pearls secured her covered with a lace cloth over
-, with a candle arch flanked by qlana knit featuring long chiffon fingertip veil of Illusion. The blue linen, At one end of the S.M.MillerFamily
Jl two wedding palms against a sleeves with a high Victorian veil was edged with the tame table was a three tiered wed t ,
Easter background of yucca trees. collar. She carried two miniature lace florets as the ding cake decorated with blue
Presenting a program of long stem hot pink, silk roses gown. She carried a nosegayof rosebuds and topped with K Birthday
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wedding bells and hearts. L :
with streamers. mixed colored carnations h,
Little Miss Paritia Leffel of pompoms, daisies and baby' Mrs George Browning cut the S.M. Miller and grandson,
Dwight Slater's Lawtey attended as flower breath. cake. Flanking the cake were John Michael Miller, 4. celebrated .
four single burning blue their birthdays Sunday .
tapers In silver holders.At at a family dinner party at the I
ScatOpen
AORN Holds
Food & Chapter MeetingOn
the other end of the table home of Mr. and Mrs. Connie
was a crystal punch bowl en-
U.s.301 S. February 22 the Gainesville future nursing requirements circled with greenery and Among those enjoying the "
7 A.M. 12 P.M 8. Walnut SI Chapter of the National In this state. flowers. Presiding at the occasion were Mrs. L.W.
tier. r rJ AOUN met in the MI.C Con- At 7 p.m. March 27 the punch bowl were Ms. Connie Rosier, Jr and daughter, '
SUNBEAM PEPSI LARGE ference Room at the Gainesville organization will meet againat demons and Miss Vicky Cheryl of Lake City Mrs
EGGS Veterans Hospital. the Alachua General Hazen. :iM1 Jimmy Carter and family 'of
BREAD BPk Ms Herman Veterans Hospital the small banquet Mrs. Charles Schmitt k Daytona Beach Mr. and Mrs. "
10 Oz, 79 Flat Hospital Educational Director room. Highlight of the AORN greeted the guests at the door I George Hamilton and :
2 Loaves 79 2/. Doz. ttJ9 presented the rules and congress held In the Super and directed the wedding. I .k ke :daughter,Carol.Mr.and Mrs. ;u,
flat 1m t D.p.
regulations of Florida State Dome in New Orleans, the The bride Is a 1978 mid-term Richard Solze, St., Mr. and ':
Board of Nursing Adminlstra week of March 12-17, will be graduate of Bradford High Mrs. John Miller and John A. ".
BORDEN'S tlve Policies for determiningwhen the program presentation.The School. Miller of Starke.Sfeworf .
MILKsass All BRANDS BEER licensed nurse has met club would like to urge aU Mr. Livingston is a 1977
the Continuing Education Requirement operating room nurses to graduate of Bradford High
Case for renewal of attend this meeting and we School and Is stationed with
Gal' too Over Cost license. The program was feel that It will be most bene- the U.S. Navy In Orlando Beckett "j
most informative on the ficial to aU nurses In this where the couple are residing. ,
specialty area. +rr Has 80th Birthday :


TG& Y YOU'LL SEW his Stewart Both birthday Beckett at celebrated two events ,-:

: at over his the home weekend.at Kingsley Lake


!!illlllllllllillJlllllllllllllllllIIIIJIIIIIIllllllll! !! ] ! ) !!! ! !! attractively The Beckett decorated home for was the "

occasion with c
gladiolus camellias arrangementsof and ",.

FABRIC SHOPS I &SAVEWITHMIRCHANDISI Mr. and Mrs. James Livingston palms.On Saturday afternoon Mr. "


Lane Sibley Honored With PartyMrs. for Beckett 21 friends and a had cocktail on Sunday party .."

TCL&YFABRICS afternoon he entertained "
Carole Sibley of Keystone Mr. Sibley received a St.Patrick' approximately 30 friends at
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House,
Heights surprised her Day birthday cake Open
I ALL T.G.AY. FABRIC' SHOPS. husband. Lane with a birth- decorated with three elves
day party on Friday March and other Irish ornaments.
17, at the home of Fred and Cake; ice cream and other
Sylvia Wheeler on 301 S. favors were served by Mrs par9onal4 a'd;'
Mr. Sibley's Softball team Syliva Wheeler, Mrs. Steve
McDonald's had just parti- Cox and Mrs. Sibley.
:Ipated In a tournament In Also assisting In serving refreshments -
Brooker and several of the were Mickey Mr. and Mrs Raleigh "
teammates helped to enjoy Sibley, and Jennifer Wheeler. Brannen gave a birthday
the occasion. dinner Monday night for
Gordon Weest of Miami.
Among those attending were

1OO% Polyester Rev. Erik Johnson and Dianne Yawn of UF and Mr. and Mrs. Weest, Mrs.
and and
Thomas Brown Mr.
of West Palm
daughters Cynthia and Susan Edwards
Beach were Saturday to Tuesday of FSU are home this week on Mrs.Len Hall of Hampton and
: DOUBLEKNIT visitors of Mr. and Mrs. spring break. Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Toplift of* .
Jacksonville. '
David Montgomery.Miss .
Mrs. Lu Struth visited Mr.
and Mrs Rod Struth and Mr. and Mrs. William White

I Catherine Froh, family in Plant City last week. and Mr. and Mrs. Terry .,
i Missionary to Haiti, was Bouillon and son, Jimmy of
weekend guest of Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Toronto Canada were March
S8 V60" ChooM from wide II.G. Bollinger. Norman, Mr. and Mrs. B.J. 15 overnight guests of Mr. and
....r. array ol colors. Eggers Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire. :
\ .wun" Mr.and Mrs. Paul G.Brown Sapp and Mr. and Mrs Tullie,, "
\ M.chlne'1 38 attended ', Mr. anrfMrsXJuHan1 R e ,
and family were Sunday Norman the funeral, ; !
REG,1.3 Yd. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs of Mrs Hattie Gillyard In and Mr"and "Mrs? Itussell .
L.S. Cellon at Turkey Creek. DeBary Tuesday of last week. McRae attended the wedding
of Bruce Williams to Jana
/ Solid ColorINTERLCK5 Harper In Folkston, Ga. on
Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
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i Needle Point and Mrs J.R. Weldon
and family of Jacksonville '
were Sunday afternoon
_.-_ visitors of his mother, Mrs .
Classes Gladys Weldon. ;
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Begin Mrs. R.W. Underill of Indlat- ;
Untie! and grandson Ryan !
YD.1.38 C Mendetta of Jacksonville on :

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Griner and son, Martin of !:
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This Weeks "Theme"Clowns Mendetta in Jacksonville last -3
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a Dr..Hobbs Leads Revival

I i.i i Methodist Youth Activities Dr. Herschel H. Hobbs was trips to Europe and(U Middle II

; the guest of the First Baptist East, missionary tour Aftica to,
!. .y D.Deacon ) Church of Starke March: 12.17for : Latin America and
fl around
i ayr' morning and eveningservices and a missionary trip
Eaves, Anne Miller Chris Ann West, Angela Kris- ', -, held through the the world.
,1. Hobbs patiored
Godwin Kelli Yvonne week. Dr.
Una Johns '!
Methodist $ Dr. Hobbs Is known churches In Alabama '
Carver.
the United Carver, Vickie Lyraia n and
'. Group, served an Charles Morris WUllans, ToddAllen throughout the world as the Kentucky, Loulsana.
,style banquet to the Denton.Tracie Kathleen speaker of "The Baptist Oklahoma. He Is presently!
Class Saturday Denton, Tamara lien lour" for IS years. This Pastor Emeritus of the First I.
In the Fellowship HaU Denton, Anne Marie Loper, program, sponsored by the Baptist Church,of Oklahoma he
where was
First United Methodist John Kevin Miller Stephen Radio and Television City Oklahoma
,j Commission of the Southern pastor for 24 ears. ;
Clay i
Gene' Little Jeffery
menu Included salad, Lawson. Scott Glen Polk and ::: : Baptist Convention, reachedover Dr. Hobbs is the renownedfor author of
books. He Is
Certificates 82 million people each over M
banana split cake and Andrew Jay Eaves.
.. were presented to the week. Dr. Hobbs served as his books dealing with
Oleeta of the Baptist Convention Biblical doctrine. Most of his
speaker was Henry class members by Mrs. president
available at the "
of Starke. Other Hardenbrook, youth coordin- of Oklahoma, books are
:
of the First
Baptist
were Rev. and Mrs. actor president of the Southern Church Library of Starke. The public: M t
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Mr. and Mrs The youth will be partic- Baptist member Pastor's of the Conference Foreign" Is Invited i to visit the library
and Rev paling In the community Books are available for loan
Board, trustee of
Mission a l
Harper. Early Easter Service at the or purchase
following members of First United Methodist New Orleans Baptist
Class. were Church at 7 .m. next. Theological Seminary.He was ,
I and received Into president of the Southern
II Sunday morning. k : Convention In 1981.83and !
I by the Rev. / Baptist
and Rev. Don the vice-president of the i(
Following the service
dung the worship n't Baptist World Alliance in 1463. t
youth will serve a pancake
last Sunday: Michael breakfast In the fellowshiphall Dr. Hobbs has traveled
Whiff, Donna Elaine at 1.75 for all the pancakes extensively, including several
Tracy Jean West you can eat Y rl_sir .


Herschel l II. "oWw. speaker of the "The Baptist (llour"I. CPR CLASSES j
.
W yean, pea on the steps of the First Baptist Church In
---J Starke with the pastor, Rev Ben Bryant, during revival
services last wet'k.' CPR Classes will be held at the

Sunrise Service. Set At Madison Street"The Bradford Union Area Vocational I

: were made for the pastors of the New Church of Brooker. Leadingthe Technical Center starting on
River Baptist Association give singing and choirs will be I
booth to be
sponsored Bill ,minister of musicat April 4 1918.
upcoming Bradford you a warm invitation to George ,
Fair. attend Easter Sunrise Madison Street Baptist
menu to be served on sponsored l ladies Softball team Services," says Rev. Charles Church. Classes will be held on
R. Swartz,
of Holy Week at being formed pastor of the
!\ : : Methodist Church Following the meeting local Madison Street Baptist Choir members of churchesare April 4th 6th 11 th and 13th
discussed. Attorney, George F, Pierce Church in Starke. asked to come and help.
Informed of an Interesting talk and Beginning at 6:30: a.m. Special music will be
were gave
V Deanery to be answered questions of Interestto Easter Sunday morning brought by Mr. and Mrs. From 1:00: p.m. to 10:00: p.m.
> members. Easter sunrise services will Eddie Blalock. Blalock Is
March
Macclenny on
Refreshments were provided be held at the Madison Street pastor of the New Oak Grove
Tommy Parker and by Mrs. R. Richards and Baptist Church. baptist Church. This Class is limited to 12 people. I
Maureen Santana served by Mrs. Santana and Bringing the message will "You are all Invited to
plans for a Church Mrs. Shaller. be Rev. Herschel Markham, come. Let's Just priase the For Further Information Call 964-6150
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Pa4e4B TELEGRAPII March JJ.1178 Library and Santa Fe Cooperate

SOUTIISIDE ELEMENTARY * * A On Student Books
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library and Santa
Public the public
The Southslda Spelling Bee All fifth grade classes at The first grade class of Mrs. Library Bradford in Its continuing County effortto Fe hope to supply more
will be held in the cafeteria SouthMido have started a Laura Boyles-Mrs. Marla meet the informational materials locally that will
Tuesday March 21 at 9 a.m. small vegetable and flower Kopelousua Is progressing needs of community residents assist student> In their
This will involve fourth and garden under the direction of well with their work with is cooperating with the Santa academic endeavor. Ms.
fifth grade students the Mrs. Diane Westcott and her vowels and dlagraphs. One Fe Community College in Barbara Bedell Santa Fe
is now in a first grade Librarian,' and
winner and runner-up will students from the Vo-Tech group attempting to provide local Acquisitions
participate In the Bradford School. The following fruits reading: book. residents enrolled in Dan Smith, Director of the
County Spelling Bee on and vegetables were planted: There are presently seven community college courses public library, are working
Thursday April 8, 1978 at 10 tomatoes pepper, eggplant,, children at Southslde enrolledIn with more materials.The closely together In order that
a.m.. in the school board petunias, dusty miller, andmai'lgold. the migrant program with public library has more books will be readily
1 They will continue Mrs. Joule Klmbril as the e u received twenty-three books available to the college
On'Wednesday, March 22, to plant other Items. This tutor. from the community college student.Dr. .
pictures of each class will be project will be going on until I library to add to its collection. Bernard McFadden
taken.This Is a good chance to school closes Children at all grade levels The books cover such subject Coordinator of the Santa Fe
buy a picture of your chiles are enjoying the Easter Egg areas as communications, Starke Center, Is hopeful that
entire room for this year. In M... Verna Schmidt's Tree in the library. The older ..n1N humanities, science, math the on-going exchange
Friday, March 24, Is a first grade the students are children have brought and and social sciences. program will be of benefit to
teacher planning day and a anxiously anticipating the decorated eggs to hang on the As the number of college all the users of the library
holiday for students. Spring coming holiday. They plan to tree; these they may take M I courses offered in Starke while improving research
vacation (for students In from dye Easter eggs just before home before Easter for their 1 increase from the current materials for Santa .Fe
March 24 through Sunday Spring vacation with each families to enjoy.The youngerchildren : f. / eight to thirteen In the Fall. students in this area "
und child getting the opportunityto like to come to the
2, with students .
April ; Mc.oon.'f'alIcDonold' .
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in If more :.., ; ---
teachers returning to schoolon dye his or her own eggs library to see eggs / i- ;
Monday.April 3. The entire their special way. have been added each day I --- I
staff at SoutnMde wishes all 'f ; 3 ( Q fI(
lieSTARKE'S
Southslde famil.es; a safe and Honor roll students i" Mrs The Special Education Classat \A OWN BAKERY'
Sandra Duncan's fifth grade: Soutnside is proud to
happy Tuesday holiday.On March 14, the .A-h onor Roll: Cheri roster announce its winners in the I I. 138 East Call St Starke 984-5890
and Rosaland Lennon; B- recent Special Olympics at
students
fourth and fifth grade are Honor (Roll: Pat Barber. Jan B.U.S. on Thursday, March 9. __ New Store Hours
viewed the film "Bicycles _
second __
Davis placeIn
Beautiful" provided byMcDonald'l. Brooks, Kim Brown, Rhonda Shon won I i 4' _
The film was Canon, Pam Goolsby, Edward the 50-yard dash and __
For
and Klmbril Donald Thornton, standing broad jump. Ray Closed Sunday
narrated by Bill Cosby an
In the
first place
each Dianne Wood and Melanie Elmore won

the student Afterward film took, progressed Mrs.a safety Belly Allen test. Wood.student Miss teacher Nancy, took Fullwood pictures 220-yard standing relay long event jump.and The the Provide<< Lunch For Special( Olympic( I'The Lords Day And MondayFor '
hand
of Savage Kingdom when the whole class was on to
each student a packageof
gave McDonald's cookies. room was on their (field trip. enjoy the events Bakers Health
McDonald's has also loaned She returned on Tuesday, LUNCH MENU McDonald's store sctlvlUrt., representative Mrs. Betty Allen gives Special Olympics coordinator
Southslde the film Me. March 14, to give a slide presentation April 3-1 Mary Strong lunches for participants In the track and field competition Thursday
Ecology which stresses what of the trip. MONDAY, April :3- March t, at the BUS track. The youngsters also received balloons donated by TG&Y In Bradford j Tues. Sat.
lettuce,
Me) do to Hamburger on bun,
the Individual ( can In Ms. Phyllis Goldberg' Square
preserve our beautiful fourth grade room the tomato, pickle corn, potato 6
country such as pick up litter, following students had very chips, peach half milk. 4 6:30: a.m. to p.m.
clean up playgrounds, recycle gotxl report cards: Alvin TUESDAY-April -
discarded Items) and use James, Betty Woodard,, Chicken and rice, turnip -, '--.1 .- -
bicycles for errands to saveHas. James Carl ton, Marie greens, sweet potato souffle,
among other things Doughmun, Troy Portia, pear half peanut cup, corn
Tracy Rowan and Cindy bread, milk.WEDNESDAY.

* * * Wurfcl Students making a Beef in : gravy-, April mashed 5 TiJ
improvement are: John
BROOKERINBUIEF Booth. Candy Dortch Lynda potatoes, green limas apple A
,,Kcrrl Jason Hugglns, Russell crisp rolls, milk.APRIL FOOD V I a -5 1k I II
Trainer and Leroy Griffls. THURSDAY -
Jason lluggins Is the room'snew bologna sandwich, macaroniand r- I
library assistant. The cheese,steamed cabbage, ,
by Jr.ache Prwcott class Is studying the countriesof applesauce, milk.FlRDAYAprll ,
Phone 4HJ-17I5 Norway and Denmark. 7-Pizza, FAIR I
(;lIry Nelson Marie tossed salad, green beans,
SEALED HI US Doughman, Troy Portia cookie delight/ milk.

Kenny Kasnick, Valerie
Among other business dincussed McCloiul. Leroy Griffis and SERVICEMANPRIVATE s
at the Brooker town Jese Melecle are the current
council meeting Tuesday. researchers. The students arelearning
March 14. was an agreementto to do long multi MOBLEYIN
let bids for a contract for problems and are "EMPIRE GLACIER'7$" _
garbage collection since the beginning long division. Private Kindall Mobley SUPER DISCOUNT U.S. N0.1 WHITE P'LLSBRY
present contract has expired. whose wife, Debbie, and
Presently. Mr. Willis The students in Ms. Cyndce parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon RED RIPE
Grimes Is the garbage collec- Ijiwrencc's second-third Mobley, live In Lawtey, recently POTATOES FLOUR
tor picking It up twice a week grade( class are currently participated In "Em-
an Tuesday and Saturday lie studying endangered speciesof Glacier '78", an annual TOMATOES s/1vee4d
owns his truck and furnisheshis wildlife. As an adjunct to joint readiness exercise at Ft. 5 LB BAG
own Insurance on It. this study the children are Drum, N.Y.
The announcement for the planning to write the The exercise is meant to L
sealed bids Is listed in the Ambassador of Japan to teach the soldier from com
Legal Section and bids are to protest the killing of whales. mander to private, how to l 39Cj69 \ BfflDOA \\
be opened at the Council's They will soon begin their cope with and survive in a cold
next regular meeting scheduled observance of National weather environment. a.
Tuesday. April II. 11178BROOKKH \ Wildlife Week which, this Regularly assigned at Ft.
year is March 19-23. Knox Ky.. Pvt. Mobley's unit
..:; BAPTIST made extensive preparationsIn
CHUftCIf Students In Mrs. Elaine order to cope with the near lns.f":8ak.ry: ,. iBa rgaln s (I rt;>prod uc v{
Wood's fifth grade room are arctic conditions at Ft. Drum. \ a g Super Discount '

The R.A. Track Team planning day lilies around Pvt. Mobley, a mechanicwith G SAVE 1061LB __
winners of Brooker Baptist their portable classroom in the 75th Support Battalion 'SN"A' K FRESH
Church are leaving for lake their effort to help beautify entered the Army in
Yale Royal Ambassador Congress the school grounds. October 1977.VEGETABLE 39 SALAD
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Thursday. March 23. at l :
4:30:: p.m. faro'two day affair hCAKE
Those attending are as .=1 '"Yet f '
follows Pastor Her she I A. _J CHOCOLATE STRIPE COCONUT OR 1 iitfp3ltw
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Handy Markham.Harris Terry Robby Cranford Harris, 1 DEVIL FOOD { r J p ;: ': ;t 3| jcii<

Greg; Phillips Eddie Barns, : 5 PACKSAVE 2' 1$1 ,

Eddie Nipper. and Scauick.Bradlee Cox.Rickey 181. i, YELLOW mmW

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Track team received 1st place I-rMyle.Mln (q:) .....W.wn. l(1v'i:) ONIONS S.er air. eINCH BASTS*
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Eddie. Sea", it'k. 1st place : : 5-Y.
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Rev Herslief A. Markham ROSES $$3" "* $659

attended School of Prophet! .,,.. t..-.. : :.... : {.

!First Dallas.. Baptist Texas, the Church week in of EASTER LILLIES: ::: : : *$*!! ,

March 5. held in honor of Ir ,,, T PUNCH e
W.A. Crlswi'll's 50th year of HUNT'S
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children.Mrs. James and Scott. PILLS BURY Dog Hit I MCH Food OMM..: imUN CM 5/M/ 1 u'. APPLE JUICE 99 ; >< Cookies N.79t'_ 38'.1ICfJ

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daughter Tracy. They ; I. '
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Prescott In Tampa they would Recoil $29995 .
return Sunday for dinner with V' 1 Starting.I (."" ,"..", \1'; !
her and the boys and Lee. On
their way home they went to Reg. '329"
Land-O-Lakee and visited awhile .
Tr.dln N.ldld .
with their nephew. Mr. No : S Save toe ;Casft JB3- Sav* lOCtash t tI BORDENS ;
and Mrs\ Tony Prescott. and 'S Save 10c >casli '.
Willie. They had much fun GARDEN & GENERAL MILLS J GENERAL MILLS !
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I seeing everyone. BAM i
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES vice 11 a.m. and p.m.; Anders regret to learn that isEUaabethTenryFgoee7824301 were Friday over- Brown and Michele*. Mr. and turn horn (acorn Bradford .I
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at she la a surgical: patient In St.Vincent' night guests of their parents, Mrs. John Brown and family County Hospital Starke. on
Church of God: Sunday 7:30: p.m. Iliwpital, Room 383, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wllkhsoa. of New River, Jimmy Brown, Friday, after spending a few
Lyons Mr. and Mrs. WUklsm"" and Mrs. Wise Mr. days there due to a snake bite
School 10 a.m., Worship Service Laura Baptist: Sunday Jacksonville. Our prayers are afternoon. : went with her. Mr. Ralph
: 11 a.m. and I.p.m., School 10 a.m.; Worship Services with her. Pvt and Mrs. Kendall Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Futch of left Saturday morning for St. and Mrs. Tommy Wise of Mr. and Mn. Hermte Kelly : i
Prayer'Meeting Wednesday 7 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m.; Mr.and Mrs. Paul Griffin of Mobley and son of Fort Knox. Waycross,Ga.visited Mr. and Augustine. Dana remained Klngsley'Lake Mr. and Mrs. attended the Bradford Union' ":
p.m., YPE Friday at 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Keystone Heights were Sunday Ky. spent the weekend with, Mrs Lee McClellan on with her grandparents until Bill Wise of Hampton Mr. and County (Luncheon o \r.
of Association n ...
Friday. Tuesday Tesle Trlwell Mrs. Donnie Wise and sans .
Evergreen Baptist Sun 7:30: p.m. afternoon guests pf their their parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,
day School 10 a.m.. Worship Northslde Baptists Sunday sUter-ln-law. Mrs. C.R. Frank Camp. Mrs Nora Gilder aunt of Starke came home with them Mr. and Mrs. Ed Poppell of Thursday In Starke.
Service 11. am and 7 pm., School 10 a.m.; Worship Services Crews. Mr. and Mrs H< Training Union a p.m.,Prayer it a.m. and 7 p.m.; Mrs. Pierce Crews and her visited their cousin Carr entered the Putnam Memorial stayed until services that Mrs. Paul) Norman and sons
Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at sister, Mrs. Charles D. Sellers Colley, of Macclenny, on Sunday Nursing Home In Palatka on night and a host\ of friends gatheredat Fiends of Miss Debbie
7 p.m. of. Auburndale. visited their afternoon, also Miss Enza Thursday. Mr. Grider returned the home of Mrs. Purvis Phillips of Macclenny regretto
Faith Biptlsti: Radio Smyrna Mtaslanary. aa.&Ia& .- brother-in-law and sister' Mr. Blanchard and Mrs Maude to his home In Starke. Brown on Sunday, March 19th learn that she fell In her kit
Program on WPXE at 8 a.m. : Sunday School 10 a.m.; and Mrs: of Rowe at the Baker County Mr.and Mrs Tommy Talley Dinner guests of Mr. and to help her celebrate her nod chen and broke her hip and Is
Sunday.. Bible School 10 a.m'l Worship Services: 11 a.m. and WaldoSprings on Nursing Home there Then and son Chris of Jacksonville Mrs Robert Lee and John on birthday. She received many patient In the Baptist Hospi
Worship Services 11 a.m. and 'I p.m.1;BTS 5:4S: p.m.; Prayer Saturday afternoon. they visited another cousin: were Sunday dinner guests of Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs gifts; a family dinner and re- tal Jacksonville. Our prayer !
6:30: p.m., Prayer Meeting Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. Mrs. Charles D. Sellers and Mrs. Loca Whitten, at Lake their mother Mrs. John Tye, G..... Peterson of Dowllng freshments of cake and punch are with her. '
Wednesday at 6:30 p.m Mrs. Alphla Parrlan of Butler. St., and brother and slster-in- Park, Mr. and Mrs Robert were served. \
Grace United Methodist Auburndale are visiting relatives Elder A.E. Massey attendeda law, Mr. and Mrs. John, Tye, Whetsel of Ke- stone Heightsand Mr. and Mrs. Robert '
Sunday School:45 a.m.,Worship and friends. revival meeting at Faith Jr.. and family. Rev. WU Wright McClellan and son Jeff were
i Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p..onah Mr. and Mrs. Hernia Kelly Missionary Baptist Church at Col. and Mrs. William Wilson Sunday supper guests of their
f Choir Practice Fla with Elder were Sunday dinner We are happy that Mrs. parents Mr. and Mrs. Lee
o m. at 7 p.m.. visited their brother Eustace Hollywood, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell :
Methodist Youth Fellowship Kelly at North Florida 11eglonai Dan Phillips. of Bristol, Tenn. ,guests of their brotherinlawand Brown and family, Larry Charlie Mosley was able to re McClellan.
;Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Hospital Gainesville and brother Wiley Murray oi sister, Mr. and Mrs. Hal

: United Methodist Women of Mrs. Evelyn Prescott returned m Thursday afternoon. Bristol, Va., Tuesday through Hamilton, and their mother, .... .
"ihe church prepared lunch for horn from SL Vin- Those visiting\ Mrs. Joyce Saturday.Mr. Mrs. Mabel Boyette, of Jack. I ..n..L..'_ -"'.. _II "
the Bradford County Ministerial cent's Hospital Jacksonville: Futch and Miss Elizabeth and Mrs David Mooreof sonville. I I
; Alliance at First United on Friday, after spending a Terry during the week were: Jacksonville visited. their Mr. and Mrs,lei McClellanand Lanrtey School News
',Methodist In Starke Monday few days there. We pray that Rev. and Mrs. David Brown brother and alstor-In-law. Mr. daughter, Mrs. Margie
March 20. These ladles are In she win continue to Improve. Mrs Joyce Bennett Mr. and and Mrs Fred Moore on Fri- Reddish visited their mother, Dixie Youth baseball Ii
I conjunction with the women Mrs.O J.Anders ww a Friday Mrs. Carl Moore of Live Oak day morning. Mrs. W.H. Hall, in St. Jude practice started Wednesday.
:from: Mount Morlah Methodist overnight guest! of her Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green. Mrs. Eva Knight and her Nursing Home In Jacksonville March 15. for boys and girls 9.
"Church.The speaker was Rev." sister, Mrs Hester Hicks. Mrs Lavonla Griff, Mrs. daughterInlaw,Mrs. Chanlotte on Tuesday.Mrs. 10. 11 ft 12 years old. Practicewill
I William Wright, pastor of the Mrs. Virginia Lastmger, Fred Moore Mr. and Mrs. Knight,and son Jeff also) Raymond Williams be held every Wednesday
Church: Mrs. Elsie Bennett her Benton Futch, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Easterwood of Annls- and sons of Jacksonville spent and Friday from 3 to 4:30: p.m.
r. The church will have an daughter Bobbie Bennett, all Bernie Kelly.. Steve Futch, ton,Ala.,visited Mr. and Mrs. Saturday with her brotherinlaw Any boy ,or girl Interested sxi r
Easter Egg Hunt for the children of Daytona and Buster Mrs. Wendell :sanders: Randy Lee McClellan during the and sister, Mr. and Mrs. needs to sign up before Easter 11 "S dN
/ at the church on Saturday Bennett were Friday dinner Roberta Terry Futch of week. O.J. Boyette and family. vacation. '
afternoon at the church. guests of Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson. Jacksonville Beach l Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. Daniel Masseyand Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis Small Fry practice will
,I First Baptist Church Sunday Charles Starling, Mr. and son of Naples visited their and niece, Mary Griffis of start April 3 at 3 p.m. and will
.; School 9:43: a.m.; Worship Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Boch of Mrs. Manuel Stephens. Mrs. father Elder A.E. Masseyand Palatka spent Sunday afternoon be held every Monday and
Services 11 a.m.: and 7:30: Brooker were Saturday Carl Prevail. Mrs. Truman their son, Danny Satire with their mother, Mrs. Wednesday for boys and girls
;j>.m.; Training Union 6:30: March 11 supper guests of Norman and Cecil Hardee.Mr. day and Sunday Nellie Wilkinson, sister, Mrs. ages a, 7, it 8. Dixie Youth
I' fp.m.1; Prayer Meeting their. mother, Mrs Daisy and Mrs. W.F. Atwood Mrs. Elsie Norman was a Daisy Boch, and niece, Miss boys practice will start March
: Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Boch, and grandmother, Mrs. and son Edwin and Mrs. Sunday overnight guest of her Lynn Whaley. 21 for boys and girls 12, 14, It
Highland Baptist: Sunday Nellie Wilkinson. Pierce Crews were business mother Starlingof Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wilkl- 13. .
School 10 a.m.: Worship Ser- Friends of Mrs. Gwen visitors in Gainesville on Jacksonville. Miss Marv son. and Dana of JackLq' P.E. Students of the Week

are: 3rd Grade-Cory Roberts W'l/
and Beth Tanner; 4th Grade- t
James Box and Daphane
Williams; 5th Grade-Valarie
Randolph and Enoch Starling; Honor roll students for the fourth sixth week grading period!
a 6th Grade-Carlton Johnsonand at Lawtey ares 1
a FOODLARGE Michelle Bright; 7th Back row Grade-Gerald Gullion and Stroud Steve Marshall Tammy Grlffl. Debbie bark Jody
Sheila Anderson.P.E. Class of Rising and Dawn Scott.
the Week is 2nd Grade. Middle l-rt Donna Thornton,Jimmy Mane, Ray Abraham
Mrs. Register reports that Jim Norman Pam Austin Philip Crews and Sue Smith.
everyone was excited this past Front tl-rlt Gerald Gullion. Sheila Southrrland. Genie
Monday since the books Rising Edward Crews, Sheila Anderson Debra Orlentan Amy
0 ordered at the Book Fair were Roarlu and Janet Grlffls..
ready for students to take
1 home. The Book Fair was a
big success. Everyone and Informative demonstration scenes from their
enjoyed looking at the books on.terrariums and language book.The rest of the
and making their selections. different types of plants. She fourth grade class was
There was a wide variety of left a terrarium for the entertained by the junior
Ste A L1 :*' books to choose from. The students to care for and to actors
WESSON SMOKED students bought 384 books watch grow. A special thanksto Congratulations to the
March Is the month for kite Mrs. Durban. following A-B Honor Roll
flying. When you come to the Thursday, March 23rd Mrs. students In Miss Cuttino'sroom
HAMS* FRESH library be sure to look at the Dobbins' and Mrs. Tougaw's : Ray Abraham, Pam
OIL EGGS nice art display arranged by class will dye Easter eggs and Austin Philip Crews Janet
GRADE A Mrs. Brewer using kites made have a hunt. Grltfia, Jimmy Muse, Jim
DOZENSHANK by the students. Mrs. Diane Westcott and Norman, Debra lineman '.
PORTION BUTT PORTION We now have 118 beautifulnew her class from the Vo-Tech Jody Rising Amy Roark.
SAVE Rod books on the shelves. visited many classes this Dawn Scott and Sue Smith, 11
g'of 31s,06 Come by and check one out or week. She showed different Keep up the great work! I

Just browse around .... varieties of plants and many Dollie McCraney. Amy A
U LB Lt3. Miss Kathy Casey's and other!Interesting things.The' "'Roarkand"Ray''Abraham,
f: Miss Sheila Silbermitn'a students enjoyed the tomato class Spelling Bee winners,
classes have begun a unit on plants she brought for them. will be competing March 23 in
---- careers. The children are We all thank Mrs. Westcott the school finals. Good Luck'
rr. IVa w Mlr. mr Fib. rb, ,/. Mirzaring 111I fAYt le' learning about what they can and her class. Enthusiasm Is mounting und
rib err, n, un wnn Flxx nuFnb "stars" born in
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Cream Cheesew I'll' 58' throu wwqheniirrst hand Mrs. Hamilton's class last students "Read. Head
.,1eF Waters week. Under the direction of Read"-endeavoring to win
YV "' SE experiences. Danny
I p, fJr ) 2JJ CottTgaTheese ...lIP89t log guided us through Waters' Mrs. Ezzell a group of first prize In the Book Worm
SAY! Grocery Store. Afterwards students Daphane Williams ContestA
Canliscaitsfykes' IN449t/ m. everyone bought a popsicle for Annette Klgdon, Ton! Jordan great big thanks to Mr
l the walk back to school. Sheryll Norman Lonnie Duncan for teaching an
j Marshall M.M. Jordan, one of Hamilton and Jesse Barbour interesting unit on
Sot r Ion Lawtey's policemen explained performed two short role- government.

i how policemen help us.
In our community. Mr.
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students from the Vo-Tech
discussed the work of a
truckdriver and let the to both a rural and city youth
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children explore their bucks. The television show .'TheWaltons" regard '|2th graders
The children are also doing seen on CBS, without to race, color
1 j I .PalW.HUf'!.. 1111 SAVI Grill FranksSmoked"wraneler p1aNl s 16 :1AVrl many activities in the cia... March 30th will feature sex Volunteer or adult national 4-H leaders origin
Sirloin Steaks h' Elizabeth Walton involved In
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:', Club were: Mary Allen, Peggy Ace Ideal Mr. and Mrs. Randy Hayesof
! by Dolores Meng Kerrigan Ada Hoist Peggy Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs. Received ForACP
Phone 4s10ISCongratulatlonsl Karey Mae Coegrove, Bill Arthur Bruno and Russell Steve Hayes! and daughter of ,
Cosgrove, Irma Lockwood, Sherwin were Injured last High Springs were also there. A
Jessie Young Isabell Hoy- week when a tire blew out on Following a wedding trip to
dllla, Christine everett John the truck In which they were the Bahamas, Terry and Cost-Sharing ProjectsMoney
Betsy and Elbert Hersey and Amelia Reedy, Gertrude traveling. They have both Marilyn will be living in
are the proud parents of a WenU Sophie Fisher, Joar been hospitalized near Gainesville.Mr. .
baby daughter, Tori Lanetle, Christenson and Belt Fayetteville N.C. and members and Mrs Eugene Meng
,. born on March 16 at Alachua Watkins. of their families are with celebrated their first Wedding is available and strained and worn out by
General Hospital, weighing 8 Also enjoying the St. them there. We hope they will Anniversary on March 18 by N applications are now being misuse and depleted by
Ibs. 9Vi 01. Maternal grand. Patrick's festivities were soon be able to return )home :dining in Gainesville! received for cost-sharing Incision the soil loses its! pro
parent are Como and Sadie members of the Green Cove Sherwin .Is reported In School New projects under the 1978 ACP ductivity. Without con
Crenshaw of Ocala.<<: Paternal Springs Club headed by critical condition with '- (Agricultural Conservation servation, our water supplies
grandfather .Is Clyde Herseyof President Emery Batman and of both lungs plus punctures other Best Wishes of school: e Program) in Bradford are consumed faster than they
Starke. Their oldest including Carrie Blvlns, Ira Bruno received personnel go to Special County. can be replenished, and lakes
daughter( Mindy. Is a second Brack. Ellen Brack Lee lacerations Injuries. of the head and a Education Instructor Made Warren Carver, ASCS and streams fill up with
grader at Hampton Dunnavant, Betty Jean Jones, concuslon. Their semi-truck line Hendricks, who was county executive director, sediment, chemicals, and
married to Kevin Conlln "
Elementary School. Danielle Florence Jones Carrie Hil- about four miles on reports an allocation of$28,690 waste.
off I-9S
their second daughter, will, hard and Clifford Snow. went about 3 Saturday, March 11, at the to be used for Bradford The nationwide USDA-ASCS
north of Fayettevllle
celebrate her third birthdayon OUt of town guests Included am last Friday, March 17, University of Florida Wilmot Fishy Story County projects this year The conservation program is
Gardens in Gainesville.
April 1 Mr and Mrs. Otis Leach of Kevin Federal share, consisting of designed to improve the
front tire blew. The Rodman Underhill
the look
when over his one-third fishpond
new acre
Among those celebraUng is employed with the University outright grants, range from 30 quality of life of all citizens,
Owensboro, Ky., who are tractor went Into a deep ditch Agriculture dug last October under the ASC8 Agriculture!
March 21 birthdays are: Department. cent on low priority and farmers and ranchers are
visiting Mrs. Viola Lefebvre per
filled with water. The trailer Conservation Program. ABCS SO ol the
those from this. put up percent 13,500project
Wendy Lloyd who turned IS, Among area such as the liming key agents in providing these
and family Mr. and Mrs. William wheel and programs
sheared its fifth to be used as a live flihpond. a livestock watering hole,
Roberta Is 13 and partipatmg In the March of cent benefits, aided by the
Paige Ricky Schaub of Crescent of farmland, up to 75 per public
clipped off the top of the cab Dimes Walk-a-Thon In Starke and If needed, for Irrigation. Underhill lives on SH-U west of
Moseley was 21.Senior City also enjoyed the evening pinning both men in the cab last Starke. of total cost on high priority ACP In carrying out conservation -
Saturday were: Eddie such as planting measurers which they
on to spend the programs
Its stuck In the mud.
with nose
weekend Blocker,Audrey Brown, Shan could not without
Cltlsens accomplish:
with Mr. and Mrs. pines.
Sherwin driving at the
was Workers MoreThan
Farm Earn
Wilfrid Fontaine. of the accident and Roberta Brad Russell and Average According to Carver the assistance .
The Hampton Senior Citizens Steven Earnest drove home time was asleep In the Gail Sullivan in the sixth five main categories of cost- In order to be eligible for
hosted a covered dish dinneron last Friday from Mississippi Bruno grade. Those walking from Florida farm workersaveraged farm workers In Florida sharing projects in Bradford ACP cost-sharing the
St. Patrick's Day with College In Clinton to enjoy a sleeper the fifth grade were: Billy 14.17 an hour In during that period. County are: applicant must be a bona fide
about 60 people attending. week! visit with relatives and Hampton Lake News Bauldree Allen Ganstlne January 17 cents an hour "This latent survey shows 1. The establishment of commercial agriculture
Frank Sheffield and
Green was the predominatecolor friends In the area. Hisparents Andrew more than the U.S. averagefor farm workers are earning permanent pastures and improvement producer. Applications may
In clothing and food, Mr and Mrs. Timmons. Completing the farm laborers accordingto excellent wages, despite what of old pastures be made at the ASCS Office in
which even Included green Wallace Collins, are glad to Dennis Allen, Gerald and walk from the seventh grade the recent survey of the United Farm Worker officials 2. Plant forest trees. the Agriculture Center In
corn breed, green salads, have him home for this visit. Kevin Meng were among were: Teresa Bauldree, U.S. Department of would have you believe," said 3. Liming farmland. Starke.
vegetables and desserts! More Good News those from this area attendingthe Jimmy Joyner, Jeannie Agriculture.The A French, Florida Farm 4. Summer and winter cover William S. Haas Is
Entertainment consisted of Mr and Mrs. Bill Stone wedding on Saturday of Lloyd D. J. Rlddlck. Paige $417 an hour Is a 7H Bureau Federation's labor crops.Farm: chairman of the Bradford
music played by Mrs. Lillian brought their daughter, Lori Terry Hayes and Marilyn Roberts, James O'Steen and percent Increase over the relations director. "RecentU.S. ponds '(technically County ASCS Committee
Hall on the piano. Paul Jean, home Sunday from the Edna Mullen. This took placeat Karen Wilson. Since they all 13.88 of last year. The USDA Department of Labor know as water impoundment Other members of the farmer-
Krieger with the guitar and Shrlner's Children Hospital/ St. Anthony Catholic solicited many sponsors, these survey was taken during statistics show the average reservoirs). elected committee are Jerry
Willian Lahn playing the mandolin In Greenville S.C. Lori's body Church In Brooksvllle. students made a worthwhile January 8-14, a peak harvest hourly rate for non-farm The primary objective of all Whitehead and Mary Ella
Joe Kerrigan led the cast was removed, and she is Terry was a classmate of contribution to the March of season In Florida. The survey workers In 1977 was only $3.83 projects, Carver said Is the Watterson. The county
singing of Irish songs. Bill now learning to walk again Gerald's and is attending the Dimes fund. also found there were 108,000 an hour." conservation of the soil for committee managers program
Fontaine led the group in sing-- with the aid of a walker. The University of Florida on a Friday March 24, Is deslg future generations protecting activity\ at the county
Ing 'Alouette.' Among those family Is all happy to have her football scholarship. noted as a Teacher Planning it from wind and water level.
entertaining with jokes were: with them again. Lori thanks Mr. and Mrs Foster Hayes Day Parents may consult erosion, and other abuses. In emergencies caused by
Emery Batman, Josephine everyone for their cards who live In this area many with teachers on this day If "Properly cared for and flood drought hurricane and
Fontaine, Joe Kerrigan Paul letters presents and concern years attended their son's they desire. Students will conserved, our agricultural, natural disasters Emergency
Krieger, James and Mabel while she was hospitalized. wedding. They now live in begin their long Spring resources can supply food Conservation Measures funds
Nessmith. She and her brother Larry, Mississippi with their son, holiday ''They will be expected clothing. housing and are also available for
Attending with Joe Kerri celebrated their 15th birth Bill who Is a high school back at school on April The cheetah is the only number of the cat family whose recreation year after year," restoring damaged farmland.
gan, president, of the Starke days on Sunday March 12. senior. 3. cliws will not retract. Carver declared, "but Carver said.
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