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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 30, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Gates to the 28th edition of the old horse arena area, and swine sale la set for 7:30 p.m. "
the Bradford County Fair even Includes a roller coaster. tonight(Thursday March 30).
officially opened at 11 a.m. Parking/ area has also been The Bradford Union 4-H
yesterday (Wednesday greatly expanded to the north 'and FFA Steer Show ui,set
March 29) under bright, clear d fairgrounds where fill Friday, March 31,at 7:30 p.m. J.
skies for the traditional ribbon has been hauled In. One way Some 27 entries are expected.Thesteersalelsatfor7p.m.. cutting ceremony.The entrance and exit la requiredfor (ti
four-day run, Wednes that area and for the Saturday.
i day through Saturday) of the existing area in front of the Visitors at the fair today
F- fair Is expected to draw over fairgrounds. A north gate will (Thursday, March 30)) will get
50.000 visitors to the fairgrounds be open to admit patrons from to see Miss .America. Susan
on US-301: north of the new parking area. Perkins, from 2-4 p.m. and
! Starke. Estimated! opening The annual swine show was again from 7-$ p.m.
, day attendance was around set for Wednesday night, Ronald McDonald will visit ,
5,000. Good weather Is predicted March 29. at 7:30: p.m. with 43 the fair Friday from :M '
*tk for the fair this entries from 4-H and FFA p.m
; ri year. Ronald will arrive on a fire \ I''
members from Bradford and
i'' Cutting the ribbon to Union County schools. TheCounty (See Page 7A) \
officially open the annual
Rural Urban Day ceremonies
Wednesday morningwere

Mitchell Strawberry, 1977, Queens and Shan Lisa Roads j

Edward, 1978. ,
County Commission Chairman

i'J guests Maxie to the Carter ceremonies welcomed at )
the front of the fair To Be Numbered

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"It's something we can all In New SystemBradford

_LI1w be proud of, In Bradford
County."
J Taking part (in the opening County will soon' application was received for'
L ceremonies were State Sen. begin a massive program of reclasstfication. L.K. White-
,, ___ rl Jim Glisson. D-Eustis, who is numbering every road main- head was given permission to
n4 Attorney Robert Shevln's tained by the county, Director advertise for rezoning on
'announced gubernatorial L.M. Gaines told the:toning three acre*,located five mile'
r '.': south of Starke the westside
It a running mate. Local politicians Board Tuesday night on
i rV l taking part included Gaines said the pi'flfcWn of U.S. 301c just north of ;
if __ commissioners llrtzel would be simplified 8y ta*h .,' ) convenience store at S.R.'
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.. 'Ij. afe> IIft" :.w 0.1 r Hodges, school board numerals to designate roads" It Co BRa.t'T:"'tr'nttehra
'memberS Arthur Gaskins and and streets rather than said he intended to use the site
'tirt Vernon Parmenter, Sheriff names. The usual NE, SE;NW for an antique shop, with
Dolph Reddish, Starke city and SW symbols will be usedIn possibly another business or
councilmen Charles Schaefer the appropriate qua ndrants two later.
and Joe Warren.A with SH-100 and SR-230 as the In his monthly report.
) I east-west dividing line, and Gaines Mid building permitsso
flag raising ceremonywas U.S. 301 as the north-south far In March total $594,310
L1 ,. conducted by the Bradford line.Gaines with 18 single family
High ROTC Unit. said It will cost the dwellings accounting for
Rotarians started cooking county some 120,000 for $386,480 more than 60 per
1,500 chicken dinners at $1.50 machinery and materials to cent of the total. Fifteen
Top left;; Randy Balkcom brushes his hog bebegins. !Fore the fair left; Miss Strawberry Queen Shan Edward, Bottom right: The per plate at 6 a.m. get Into the sign-making busi- mobile homes totaled $97,100:
( Top right} Judge Klzle Sanders takes a br,eak from the ribbon I* cut and the fair begins! Wednesday. They sold out ness which will be operated In additions and other miscellan-
courtroom to advertise the.Rotary Club chicken dl nner, bottom quickly, as In previous years. one bay of the county Inspec- coos $84.370; and four
r tion station building. He said commercial permits, $28.360.
Some 16,500 advance ticketsfor money will. be saved In the Early in the meeting
rides were sold by the long run however, since, Jerome Johns was elected
Chamber of Commerce at 25 The state charges $84 for a chairman of the board.
Shan Edwards is New
Strawberry Queen cents shot, halt' price. The .
I. per stop sign that we can make for succeeding Art Keifer, re
chamber was advanced one- $35." The actual erection of signed. Don Rardon was
I' fourth of the tickets; the other road signs will begin within elected vicechairman.The .
"Are you Miss Strawberry model. Shan was a varsity years the newly elected queen tabulations Mouse ,;joke book as final three-fourthwill be sold at the the next two months, the board voted to purchase
; l'.aleant1" asked the little cheerleader and a member of will reign over the fair. were computed. fairgrounds at 50 cents each. zoning director said. plaque for presentation to

: I h' 1 m at ttaxi>pr.y girl. the National Honor Society, Among other prizes sup- Bach' judge scored each The fair midway has been In one of the briefest zoning Keifer in token of his 10 years
Her hobbies Include playingthe contestant separately, with meetings on record, only one of service on the board.
:.. Yes confirmed new plied by area merchants the doubled this year, taking In
:t Strawberry Queen Shan piano (for 10 years), queen this year received a the,total results determining
water the-winner
modeling skiing,
Edwards: $700 modeling scholarship to
and The BUS Ensemble,
Hinging acting. Pop
the Barbizon School of
"... "You're purty" The tearful directed by Bill McCrae, per Proceed
new queen re- Fashion of Jacksonville. An to
: r '"Thank you, Shan cieved her crown and bouquet identical scholarship was formed during intermissions. Hampton \
answered.
v of roses from the 1977 Strawberry given to Miss Congeniality, The '20 contestants were
"Are those real diamonds?" Queen Lisa Mitchell. Jody Atchison. Jody Louise Atchison, Gina

.. "No. They're just glass.** Winners' in the 15th annual Ruth Baker, Jacquelyn M
On New Water
By signed agreement, the Barber Karen Sue Crawford, System
March 30-April 1 1Fr. "Can I see it?" the girl 1977 and 1978 Strawberry pageant were selected by five Zella Diane Crews, Shan Edwards
Judges the basis of
I asked. "It won't come off it's Queens will Jointly reign over on poise, Neva Jayne Flynn, -
.. Blood Pressure fastened with pins to keep it the Bradford County Fair this testants personality visited, and beauty.with each Con- StephanieGay Green, Cynthia The- Hampton City Council but the people didn't like it/' system wherever water lines
" County Fair on." Shan said. "But here year. Having two queens at Lee Griffith, Brenda Lee decided city clerk Mary Allen said. available will be drawn up
to
I Booth A you can see It," said the one time to reign over the fair judge then modeled Saturday afternoon,,' JaEk lOn, Yvonne Link, ceed with Tuesday a new night city water pro Engineers from Sverdrupand by city attorney Richard
Starke 7th is a problem which sportswear Lorraine Morris, The fee wouldbe
Queen
Day Strawberry kneelingand arose several swim suits and evening Melanie system and to apply for a loanto Parcel present at the Welty. hook-up
i Adventist Church lowering her head so the years ago when the spon- the BUS auditorium gownsat Satur Vickie Lynn Norman, Karen finance it from Farmers meeting, recommended two waived for a period of timeIf
I little could reach and, soring organization, the Cassie the council decides do
: girl up Ann Reddish Lynn Home Association, despite alternative systems; one for anew to so.
day night.
i In touch the Starke Junior Woman's Club Brenda The estimated fee
awe crown. Riddick, Lynn Sapp, legutive feelings from city -water system with fire hook-up
)0 Monday,April 3 -it's pu'-r-r-ty" moved the beauty pageant Rep. Frank Williams servedas Catherine Ann' Schoening residents. protection, and one that did ranges from $75 to $125.
from the last day of the fair to master of ceremonies with Cher!. Lynn, Starling, Gwen not include fire protection.The The system should be
1 i{ County Commission' 'chosen Pretty 1978 Shan Strawberry Edwards Queen was prior to the fair. In future jokes supplied by his Mickey Marie Zack. 'The council voted for It, council then voted for the operational by 1979, the engineers .

h :30a.m. last Saturday night before a A first system, which will cost said. '
t t of about $564.266, or $27,920 annually I
crowd 1,000 gatheredin
jr: > Lawtay 7:30p.m.Council the Bradford High School Shevin Running 11 a Visits County Fair The estimated cost to the Turlington' 1
auditorium. Queen Shan is the user per month was $10.58) fora ;
T. Elk t. Elk.rtev daughter of Mr and Mrs. 4.000 to 5,000 gallon mini- JI
i y' Installation Supper! Curtis Edwards and the Sen. Jim Glisson Attoney ticket Is 22 percent ahead of J!!" i1 f :;' mum water usage. But if the To AddressDemo
X __>_____. granddaughter of Mrs. Leona.) General Robert Shevln's Jie candidates, said Glisson.He ..... system were financed partial
Dukes of Starke. gubernatorial running mate, ;: ;'we': r, b ly through other city income '
1 Art Show First runner-up among the visited the Bradford County said he was in favor of :.) sources, the monthly cost Group i. i
f; BC Public Library 20 contestants was Miss Karen Fair Wednesday as the guestof leaving Rodman Dam and j \"" would drop to $8.68, the engineer
April,314i Sue Crawford, daughter of Jimmy Crosby, a state Lake Oklawaha as Is irregardless suggested. Commissioner of Education
/ Mr.and Mrs. Neil Crawford of Democratic committeeman.Sen. of what happens to f 4 It was also pointed out that Ralph of D. honor Turlington at will dinner be /i J'
guest a
; Tuesday. April 4, Raiford Road. Glisson. a former the Cross Florida Barge, ,- residents would notice asavings' meeting of the Bradford
!1 Second Miss the In home insurance
was
runner-up Canal. Gtl son said if
Republican who Raid Democratic
Council Zella Diane Crews, he r because the wouldbe County Corn- i I
rates
daughter the city
t y canal is left it would give
Stark and changed parties in 1976 said it ,> mittee at 6 p.m. Wednesday. \
of Mr. Mr Doyle Crews' he and Shevin are 1 property owners a chance to' in a higher protection in the Starke i}
philosophically
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Aprils, Woman'sClub .
of Starke. at N''eK classification because of the
both being law buy back their property I
; Raiford Council Jody Louise Atchison of and order and consumer strong ad- what they sold It for or it cpuld '. fire protection. The insurance Other special guests at this !
A' 7:30p.m, Kingsley Lake was selected vocates. be kept for recreation. rates could drop from $37 to
time will include S
Bradford
r Miss l Congeniality by her The senator from Eustis Glisson discussed with ,$102 a venr depending on theresidents' ,
in County Superintendent of ;
fellow contestants. insurance, company. -
$t tt:', Thursday.April Tension mounted Saturday Lake County said the Shevin county commission chairman' Public Instruction Tom :
.
Chill the 20 contestants'lined Gll son ticket Is a balanced E.W. Hodges the' indigent t Well from the will Casey, members of the Brad- }It
1r Soup or night as system .
ticket health care responsibility
Lunch-11 up on the BUS stage. entire that state.will Polls represent show that the'' health. He said while! he was 1 !!! be located at the city ballpark ford County.School Board, and
their wives.At
.Methodist Church Shan Edwards 'could, only not totally against the concept ,just west of the railroad Commissioner
Fellowship Hall scream when she heard the guidelines'are too tracks, according to the proposed 7:30: p.m.
lIa.m.-J p.m. number 10 called as the queen, loose. "The county should design. Turlington will address the
then the tear cam,. have tight reins and be able to ,, first phase of construction teachers and supervisor of
t..wr.tr : Shan was second runner-up based would include residences In the Bradford County. school
set on populationto
a cap
r Sammunlta in the Strawberry) Queen' be included In their the city and present users east system in the County Commissioners *
.the ( Pageant last 'year. Karen' budget" said Glisson.Glisson "I of the city. A second construction room of the. new
Mute Sank Crawford was Miss Congeniality said a home rule bill phase would extend the count courthouse on N. '. {
last year. should the legislaturethis system west of the city and Avenue. {
pass
Queen Shan Is a senior at" with,, no problem north to the National Protein'' All ,teachers and supervisors "t
Aswan Maw'Inured. U>, Bradford High Her Ambitionis ''The average distance between year shall not Sen.:Jim Gllason shake hand i with fairgoers! daring opening plant. are cordially Invited to
...._.. stating the state pass :Ceremonies Wednesday,mornlni. .Glisson, D-Eustl*. Is Attorney bear Commissioner ''Turling '?
T. '.. to become both a certified 'neighboring galaxies I II about that counties can't ( An ordinance requiring :: 1
p.d.ral.o.M1..1_ !< can public accountant and a a million light yearl.r:1s.r fund.legislation General Robert Shevin' guber na to rial running mate residents to hook up to the ton at this time. '

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. Wedding Couple Honored At Cookout Saturday -

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Miss Terri D>'al and Larry interest highlighted points of The hosts presented the SPide M.r(1la4i
Paterson. whose marriage honored couple with two iced
will be an event of April 2t. Among the 12 guest.attending coolers to their chosen chinapattl'rn
were honored at a family were Mr.and Mrs. an a memento of the
: cookout t Saturday night given Robert C Paterson, parents occasion: : Wooty Soci.ly CJitor, 964- 7608 I
; b>' ('ol. and Mrs. IIMIl.itcher. of the prospective groom. __ -- -<<
j, Jr. at their home onE R.G. Paterson. Jr., and Mr Fred Wheeler Sr.
\: Call Street and Mrs. James Dyal and Jim Schatz Speaks At ADK Meeting
Mrs. Lucy Findley. of
The supper was held on the Keystone Heights parents Family Dinner Jim Schatz. wildlife manager Education" was shared with
luitio where arrangements of and grandmother of the bride- at Camp Blending, was the group.The .
hanging( baskets and potted elect. On Easter f the speaker at the Alpha following slate of :
Gamma chapter of Alpha officers was presented for
Elkettes 1802 Install New Officers Delta Kappa meeting March 1 1978-19110.: president Sandra
. Mr and Mrs Fred U heelerSr. ,
13 held at the Episcopal Duncan: vice-president _
were hosts! at a annual r, r, Parish House. Jeanne Loper: recording
The newly elected officers Ward and Margaret Brown Easter family dinner on secretary: Thelma Thornton, "'
fif Elkeltcs; 184)2 were Installed board of directors Easier Sunday'lit their homeon Eugenia Whitehead introduced treasurer. Marilyn Vellenga w+nr
l hjol'lod' Ruler At the April 3 meeting of US :SotN.During !;. r Mr Schatz who presented corresponding secretary: I
McConnell. Jr. at the Marc B P.O. Elks 1HU2 members of the day theyoungsters slides on Camp Ernestine Register chap i ir
lU meeting' of B.P.O. Elks the Gainesville Elks Lodge! had a Easter: egg! Blanding's wildlife management lahJanet !Neighbors
181)2.) will install 19711-7f>! officers: hunt with prizes and the area. Mr. Schatz explained and Lucille Payne: sergeant- ,
Nealy McConnell. Jr., exalted grownups( enjoyed softball and 1, his duties as wildlife at-arms. Laurie Mulling Ik.
ruler; John Warren leading! other games manager which included Historian-, Gladys Thomas
The 1978-79! officers of knight; Henry Spear. loyal Among I those attending! /( planting crops for the animals The Easter theme was
Klkeltes: 1802( are: Ad.iIinrnmlannl. .knight illlam Eddy were :Mr and :Mrs Fred > controlled burning and carried out at the refreshment
president': "; "' !lecturingkniehl.-Halpn; Head.. Wheeler Jr. :Mr and Mrs the protection of wildlife." table' where key lime and '. .
.Margie "Wolff .vice-president tyler J.p.. Doyle. Esquire: ; Jesse "h..I..r.Ir': ami !Mrs. President Gladys :Thomas lemon pie. Easter candies and
Helen Kmiblock. treasurer George Dominiannl. sec Jimmylnflor. Paul presided over the, meeting punch were served b '
Alvwa Head!, secretary Elsie; retary; and George W Wheeler (Donald Wheeler Eunice Searing gave the hostesses: Muriel Ga>:>. 1r .r
Elaspuhr; historian !Novls Susan Birdie and MelissaAllt'n.
Brown. treasurer
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devotional on "Spring" and Thelma Thornton and
Marie Blauvrlt and Beth John a
:Mrs Lillian Griffis and
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humorous Ernestine; McKae .
poem on "Higher 51
Buddy Hughes of Starke. and
Mr and Mrs Bill Miller. '
; ; Shawn !Miller of Gainesville.Mr Former Resident Wins J'4
',1 Twirling Awards.
and !Mr! Murlie Griffis
and daughter J.mie of
Jacksonville and their Beth Johns and Marie won several twirling awards twirled to the "Star War';" iopi t. _
families Blauvelt of Apollo Beach have in the past year. theme during the "Heart of
efficientGet Beth is the daughter of Mr. Florida"* parade. They were
the most I Lucille Greenwood Johnnie Stewart Wed and Mrs. 'Elmer Johns of runners-up In the Rlverview

conditioning .L ,. ... ''' Apollo. Beach and.. grand'Jennnle Fla. parade and again won -Y +
central! "niewjn ana LUCille Armur stewart was best aaugneer or Mrs. ;zeua; jonns first place In the Dexoto celebration r
: makes G"'f'nw'Md.t're united in man for his brother. of Starke and the late C.B. parade at Palmetto.
Genera, marriage S.iiurriov March 23 After spending some time Johns and late Mr. and Mrs. They took part in the Starke 1
a$100 cash lit 4 p m tit the home of the with 1
hride pan'nls.Ir: and Mrs. ,
get wedding :
and I' S. Hhodcti!! on SK-HM) near ,
too. Luke ButlerThe in South .

refund Er"" PV' .."I ICnmfulall' 'l ceremony wasH ; '
ilWb .11 ,'"..r ii .nc) With G,*nor, ,.,ilf | >rlormcd!! h> Elderdines: 1)1' ( ; .. J
f Ibn'nl..E "r'c.uiw'mwlP (and!! of St.itke (' )"t..
i r''r,1I1'' \ conditioning" < The hiidi- was given in Lucille
.' High' .i.tficir-ncy' air ron irrlugph,> her hi.-other. U.ElUicxlin '
h'I. ding" | So ,il ccist&' ...s of Dttatur Ga. She Shaw
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L1 1 in.,.id1 'than coin- wu attvndiil 1 l b\l her cousin. first : : trews
.rrl ; II.'hh'GEmll"l'lbWllh.' i .Iull 11I101 Scott Little Tammy Tuesday
.' "hiyna ,.IIc''I, :.,. Stewart' granddaughter( of the son and : Held Feb.
24
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10..1'I (!' S groom. was flower girl second
; .a:: U'I'q'' f Sum'(
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+r ';'J ',n), jil I."ti'Cilfic' vhin l'.u I Dwight Slater's with. burning
.,d'l/ n "'l nun11, ,,,.,,,,,1' in : .
... Scott served best
.Irnq'.11111.1 j s/sti I in Food & : as
1".1."fH'i. 1 .i'Aijfil '" Lonnie Broome and
1ft ?H ,198ith I Wall were ushers
f. r inst.1ll.llmn 1\: .. Apnl, <>B Open Samira Wall attended
7 A.M 1 12 P M
9/8 sister as maid of honor.
: wore a peach, long gown
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'""curt" CINT AL I
AIIl/ Call today for horn SUNBEAM PEPSI in white lace and
CONDITIONINGaurv.y and .llmal.*. : with a peach rose bud
AvaiUbl, in c.p.clon from FREE! BREAD 8 Pk 79. in her ha ir.She carried a
10000 to >0 000 STUM
10 Oz. peach rose with a
GORDON AIR CONDITIONING 2 Loaves 79. Pint raaao.D peach ribbon around
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were Cheri Wall,
& HEATING. BORDEN SMILK ALL of the bride and Ginger

sister of the groom. I:
Hwy 100 Between Starke & Keystone gowns were long and !
$1$5 ( ) trimmed with white II
G., and ribbon. They also '
473.4777
__ _.. -J peach rosebud in their
They each carried a
peach rose with a IJI
ribbon tied around it. I
Thorras cousin of I
) rr i bride of Jacksonville and
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Leg .ofPalptka' ,
.rfifrm. cousin of the' bride,
flower girls. The girls
white baskets with
ribbon around it tied into
: bow at the side. They
peach and blue

I .. down the aisle as they
: : ) to the altar.
bride, given in
by her father, wore
white gown with a long
The front had a bodice,

.. covered with dainty lace
.v y i the ruffle that ran
the front and back and
o4* s g that was around the front
and a row that ran down
side of the dress. The
6 j M ..ri also had a ruffle that
r around the neck with 25
buttons joining it in the
The sleeves were sheer
i the cuffs were wide and
9 I 0'1 r covered with 16 little
_
f" 1 joining. Her bow
r ,1 i secured her three
of veil with the longest
to the length of the
1 N pr JMWr I .' She carried a bouquet
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I "t)1 a and blue pompoms

t : baby's breath.
fe was held at the
h/ of the bride's parents
i t, a r- :' colors in the wedding
carried out in the decor

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Bonnie Landry and
Yvonne Thomas cut the
cake. Mrs. Kay Ritch
Mrs. Lillian Beckham
at the punch bowls.
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Sanders of Orlando,
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0309 \ ; jSP* of book.the groom, kept the

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t.r bride works part time
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960 Eggs Found Saturday At McDonald's Easter Party ;I


by Ann Allen Rhoden All ISO participants received of charge to all participants street, and the Girl Scout
; j McDonald'\ sponsored two free French fries. and their parents. Troop sponsored byIn!
: 'Easter Egg Hunts Saturday. Orange Drink from The Candy Stripers, sponsored Carolyn Eaves decorated the
March 2S. at Wainwright Park McDonald's was served free by Mrs. Doris Over 900 egg hidden Saturday. .:
on Church Street hiding a Mrs. Allen was in charge of ',;
total of geo eggs.'Approximately. the egg hunts Saturday.
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H' seers attended the I INTS POROMEOWWERS Thpn'lnatall the liwwiatlon
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McDonald's ir-no iniulullon ulttwdyxl i
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s egg hunts were divided < a
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Into two age groups; peer vii pur\ barrier should bi laid : : NEW:
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fifth tirade The first egg hunt of :\ tips are available in Mr. ,and !Mrs Blbert: K
yt" wan held ut 10 a.m.. the second heavy.,*. A paper' or hiirrimr foil on on.aurrn. II 2-1 l_<- Iw..klet."U..w| tO Hersey announce their .
Was held at 2 p.m. vapor might Savol nicy by Insulation bumper crop of the season by
n + y Prizes of Easter candy and in.uf.lon.trap moisture! within the old V,rj r limn." S.'iul 30 cenu.Nflliannl the! birth of their daughter. I

hamburgers.. French fries 'It' .:: ;: Mineral Wool Tori Lanctte. early riser l
i wM, and cokes were awarded to If the I vnpor-hnrrlir-typp! in Iimuliition Aiu>ori>iliuti. 3 2KuriituMvlcl natural drainage on March
t those; who found the "Golden ull Ihiil ia i .uvililiihlcHhiHh the Axe. Summit 16, 197B. She weighed 8 Ibn .
nit Eggs': and "The Most Eggs( harrier Ir..IOilh a knife :NJ.! 07'JOl art ox. and measured 19':
1 s. inches. :Market value: Price
l less. Will he rained with
huHhelft of love Doable
: t :2 Musical Families Appearing in Cantatas Easter'SundayCindy Run Farm In at Starke our Tori

joins two Muter :Mmdv ago
seven )ears and Danielle. age
Starke boasts two musical I and Susan Edwards: and Schmidt, daughter Cana. and two years. Paternal grandparents .
families with members In I Dianne Yawn; grandson Hal son. )Dirk, all sang in the are Clyde Mersey of
each family taking part In Edwards who were all in the Chancel choir. John. Dirk and Starke and the I late Geneva;
Plants arc tagged before they go en display. their respective church's choir, and granddaughter, Cana ouch hud a solo part. Alford! Honey :Maternal
cantatas on Raster Sunday. Betsy Yawn who played a Another member of the grandparent ore :Mr and
Appearing In (the cantata solo on the French horn. Schmidt family Todd :Mrs ( ,W. Crennhuw/ Ocala.
"With Love Untold" at the At the First United Schmidt a ,student at .Florida-. Paternal great grandparents
First Presbyterian Church Methodist Church the John Southern college, is a former arc !Mrs Milin.ir. ; Mersey of
.... --- ---- _.- --- - - - - - - - were members of Mrs. Lila Schmidt family took part In member "if the Methodist t Starke and Rev Lewis Alford(
Caldwell's family: her the Easter Cantata "Behold choir In Clcn; St. Mary .

\F CWI-l I daughters.Yawn and'Mrs. Lila Hue services.Your King" at the II a m. \.-

I. PPC2 CY(0CU ffiu\l o ) Edwards; granddaughters Mrs. June, Parents John and Verna


I.ITTI.KWOMKN. : : : I'DCTOMKKT: :
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Mr. and Mrs. B.V. Christy of Coral Springs were family in Palatka on Satur Mrs.Gladys Weldon had her The TOMKKTAI-HIL6 Little Women's Club W.T Weeks AIMtlLS chapter UDC
McBroom and
grandson, Todd Saturday overnight guests of day. children home for Easter: Mr. will hold their regular will meet Wednesday, April S.
McBroom of
Harnesville. Ga. his mother, Mrs. Myrwin
were weekend of their and Mrt.C.M. Patrick of West meeting Thursday, April 6, at at 3 p.m. at the home of !Mrs.Cecelia .
guests Long. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Florida and Mr. and Mrs. 7-3( pm. at the club house. Terwlllegar with Mrs.
son-in-law and! daughter, Mr. Chastain of Gainesville spent W.A. Weldon of Bushnell for Herbert Thomas
Mrs W.B.
and Mrs. Dale Johns. Mr. and Mrs. William T. the weekend with their the weekend and Mr. and Mrs. Rhea Corbitt and Teena Mundy amt Mrs. ILL, Sprer
Whisenhunt,Jr and daughter, parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.C Steve Weldon of Macclenny Norman will be hostesses. were co-hostesses.
Mrs. Ron Kelly' and Tina Maria of West Covina, Chastain and Mrs. Clyde Sin and Mr. and Mrs.J.R. Weldon PRICES
CHOPPED
children, Spike and Kingsley Calif arrive April 2 for a clair. of Jacksonville on Saturdayand
of Tampa and Buddy Trawick weeks visit with her parents, their families I1IH i
and daughter Jenny of Lake !Mr.\ and Mrs. William J. Miss Beverly Eggers and JIM's.
City spent last week with their Epperson.Mrs. David Byer of Jacksonville Mrs. J.H. Fields has had as 24x40
mother, Mrs. Jack Trawick. visited Mr. and Mrs. B.J. visitors, Mrs. Robert Tanner
Mr. Kelly joined the familyover A.J. Barry and Eggers on Sunday.Mrs. of Baldwin last Wednesdayand STYLING 3 Bedroom, Furnished Carpet ? ?
the weekend. daughter, Adrienne spent the Thursday and Mr. and '
weekend in Mercer, Ga. Lex Green had a Mrs. Charles Fields of Jacksonville CENTER 8850
Mr and Mrs. Jerry Lawsonof visiting Mercer University family reunion Sunday Those on Sunday _.
Fort Walton Beach and her 064-6394
attending were Mr and Mrs. 24x70
mother, Mrs. Peg Bennett of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stewart R.A. Green Jr. of Gainesville, Gilbert Goldwire, Harmon Personalized
Colorado Springs Colo. spent of Inverness Fla. and Greenville Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Green of Morgan, Carl Hernwall and Hair Styling For Men & Women 4 Bedroom' 2 Bath
last Wednesday and Thursdaywith -. Pa. were Tuesday overnight Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs.. John Morris attended the St. Furnished & Fully Carpeted
Lawson.Mr. guests last week of Mr. Curtis Sanders of Starke and Louis Cardinels and Detroit
and !Mrs\ F.H. Kramer. their families Tigers baseball game in Lake LADIES a MEN'Si *14,895
and Mrs. Robert N. land on Monday. _
Miller of Jacksonville were Mrs. Charles Dinkins Is a Tom Harper of Baltimore, Ma', Lit. NI11t CURLY LOOK
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. In Alachua GeneralLicepital. Md. is spending this week with Mrs. L.D. Vining spent the PERMS 24x60 ;;,y'
C.G. Hill. his parents Rev. and Mrs. weekend with Mr and Mrs. TUESOM 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Fully Carpeted
George Harper. Joining the J.C. Vinlng in Palatka. IyM .fadw.d $20 I
Mrs. Betty Fromhagen of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Seymour family over the weekend were Furnished $12,35Q
Atlanta Is spending this week of Starke and sons, Douglas, Mr.and Mrs. David Harper of Mr. and Mrs: Elmer Welty
with her brother-in-law and of Jacksonville and Harold of Tallahassee.Mr. of Pompano Beach spent
sister, Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Gainesville and C.N. Christy Friday to Monday with Mr. Manicures & Facials 24x60
Haynes, Jr. of Starke were Sunday guestsof and Mrs. David Montgomery and Mrs. Richard Welty and I 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Shingle Roof .
Mr and Mrs. Marlon and family spent family. j Wood Siding- Circle Kitchen

Strayhorn Mr. and of Wildwood Mrs. visited O.G. Harrington at Ormond:! Beach. camp Friday on to the Monday Suwannee at'River their REDKEN For Men & ,Women I Furnished & Carpet SIC,QQC r

Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Hazen on They enjoyed a family reunionon Charles Lawson, Wayne -
Sunday.Mr. Eoline Green daughter of Monday with 14 attending. Tallahassee Bridges and, Bill counselors Gunter for of Large Selection Of 12 & 14 WidesTo
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green
and. Mrs Curtis and Tina Brown, daughter of Mrs. Cecil Whitehead and the Bill Glass Crusade,held at MONDAY Thru SATURDAY Choose From '5780
Edwards of Boston, Mass Mr. and Mrs. Millard C. Mrs. the Lawtev, Raiford and Lake
Maxie Carter, Sr.
:* BY .
:spent,the weekend with her Brown, all of Slarke, were recently I attended the funeral of their Butler prisons.r spoilt .Thur- .A \. THURSDAY.EVENINGS 5ja"rice HomoCenter -
'mother, Mrs E.C. Dukes: inducted in Phi Theta I cousin: J.D. Parish. Sr. in day to Sunday with Mr.and APPOINTMENT
Kappa at St. Johns River Maxville on Monday. Mrs. H.A. Lawson. 964-6394
Mrs. James Montuoro and Community College in Across From Hwy Patrol
daughters of Hopklnsville Ky. Palatka. Phi Theta Kappa Is a Keith Carter returned to 301 North
are visiting her parents, Mr. National Honor Fraternity at FSU Sunday after several s4Yit li rli i !
and Mrs. Mac Baldwin from Community and Junior days with parents, Mr. and 964.6394 1650 N Temple Starke Fla. 964-8741

Tuesday to Saturday. Colleges. Mrs. Maxie Carter.Jr., and at Local admittances to ALL I HOMES BUILT TO H U D. SPECS and UC APPROVED

!Mrs W.II. Hart visited Mr. Daytona Beach. Bradford County Hospital this r .
week include: from Starke- -
and Mrs. Mike May and son, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Curry Elizabeth Lawson and Kitty Mrs. Erma Knight, Mrs. Ella
Kevin In Ocala Friday to and.children, Katheryn and Yates of West Palm Beach Cottle, Mrs. Ohte Alvarez,
WednesdayMrs. Barbie of New Brunswick, spent Saturday to Tuesdaywith Mrs. Betty Green, Mrs.
Canada spent last Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs.. H.A. Delores Carlson, Mrs. FORD
Barbara Fink and Friday with their uncle and Lawson. Joining the family
Robertha Snell, Miss Diana
children. Lisa and Chuckie of aunt. Mr. and Mrs. V.J. Monday to Wednesday were
Smith, Miss Anita Billman
Green Cove Springs are Spongier and grandmother, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan of and Mrs. Beulah Howard
spending this week with her Mrs. Emma Badman. Live Oak. ;
Robert Gilson and Arlie Dobbs
mother FIESTA
Mrs Ella Moody. 3DooRI
of Lawtey; Mrs. Emma
and Jason
Shelley Starling
Rohlln
from Keystone
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown of Pahama City and Ron
of Kcdkey Ind will be Thomas of Lake Buller spent Rep. and Mrs. Frank L. Heights; Mrs. Everlena Fote .
weekend' guests( of Mr. and Easter weekend with Mr. and Williams and son. Marc of and Mrs. Katie Faxon from I
Mrs. George W. Brown. Mrs. W.L. Thomas and Mr. Tallahassee were Sunday Hampton; Jess Todd from It
and Mrs Joe Starling. visitors of his parents, Mr. Brooker; and WilliamMartin t
Mrs. Leo Champion of and Mrs. Mack Williams. from Lade Butler.

Stdrke and Mr. and !Mrs Bill Mrs. George Sapp had her
Thompson of cala spent the son, Joe Stewart, and Ted FORD 34
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weekend with the Thompson's Becker of Washingtpn, D.C. Dr. Lounette Richardson B.S., D.C. MPG MPG

son and-in-law Mrs. and Steve daughter.; Kuechen-Mr. here Friday to Monday. Announces The Opening Of

moister In Charleston S.C. Mrs. S.G. Denmark Is Keystone Chiropractic Office (HIGHWAY] (ZCIT1))
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Randy At SR-21 North _

Mrs. II. B. McLendon and this Maycumber week. in Dayton, Ohio Keystone Shops Suite 5

!Mrs.\ Ahce Meister of Orlando Phone 473-3604 r
and Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Meng Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dolemboof Hours -9a.m. 1p.m. andSpm-6p.m. r' Q
und daughter, Dana of St. Valparaiso Ind. will be
Petersburg were weekend weekend guests of Mr. and. Mon, Tues., Wed &Fri iJ

guests of E.L. Matthews. The Mrs John Myers. 9a.m. 1 p.m. Thursdays!
Mengs! also visited his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. R.E. ..IExcludefl[ frrnTf telephone Gunk] -

Meng at Hampton Lake Patterson and son, Bobby, and _
Teresa DeVore visited Mr. -7---______ : I 1
Mrs. Jan Douglas ofHattiesburg. and Mrs. Kenneth Hart and -,
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Miss: spent the ATTENTION PARENTS _ $ r ,
weekend with her _
parents, pr.
and Mrs. II G. Bollinger. ._ : __ _
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TRAVEL ADVENTURE 't s.-
Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Agner EDUCATION I Starke Christian 11IA
and family of (Ocala spent the 'I (
.weekend with his parents Mr. See Chief Kelly US Navy I I :t
and Mrs. W.II. Agner -at Recruiting Station Stark t SchoolIs

Kingsley Lake. Monday 10 A.M. til 2 P.M. 1
Bradford Square 2 io-.':"
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Long GHIA HATCH BACK
and daughters, Catherine and Now

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experiencing on two this fuss about restaurant
\ PEN LETTER elected by his own district, a
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recent occasions, the vl : TAXPAYERS rather than countywide vow now?

i tude of Clay County \' AND BRADFORD (supposedly to represent ALL Yes Mr Crossley. we did
processes, perhaps I COUNTIES the people). This 'ou scratch manage to survive the Boom
some suggestions that \ny back and HI scratch Town episode, but that was 35
r e alive you time and predetermined yours" policy may be conduc- or 40 years ago. and we've
i. rr x r should you have tive to good fellowship on the come a long way. baby, since
r r s v) appear before the two board but It is not conduciveto that time. Besides, If Clay
I u concerned In Clay choose to appeal" an good zoning practices, and County had the zoning that It

First: When decision to the County is wholly unfair to the should< fore appearl1 here again there petitioners we would have been snared
your Zoning .
to turn out a large
: *
some,or those:indignities: H
bother to' "
turn
and apparently no .C uld this be IhV reason,- wasn't easy tot those of us
delegation.before this At body our app retain the services of perhaps, that Clay County has who were there then and even
on sine more so toning suits pending
many the owner of Strickland's
,
2 the Lake
Owners Kingsley Association seems to be in Circuit Court? Are petitioners Landing at that time not the
to political turning more and owner) felt compelledto
present
represented by than to the more to the higher courts In an his
post a large sign on gate
property owners, backed of an appeal. attempt to obtain fair and non-
petition with 70 warning: "No Beer Drinkingor
Plenty of I'ucnncirM in Thin hotel ITJiaf J *,. Behind The (.rrru Door? opposing the spot zoning also has a political decisions on Impor- Belly Rubbing Allowed" I
tant toning matters?
2Wx200( .foot plot to of allowing the still have a photograph of that
IIVI CONY WKSTCAI.L ,\'lmSloI."CO\1: ('ITIII.L (Neighborhood ) from the dis At our appeal hearing on unique sign in my files No -
an otherwise :- to make the March 21, one Commissioner we don't Intend to go back to
agricultural approval or denial made the insensitive (and those days, but we are re-
We were ,. Naturally, when rather unnere lble) observa ceiving very little help from

Mere There Is No Vision"Where FORESTRYIN granted five minutes in from that lion that the Kingsley Lake the Clay County Zoning Boardor
to present our case, the motion the property owners the County Commission in
J many of the 40 more than apt to go: survive the beer! Joints, our efforts to keep Kingsley
BRADFORD COUNT'' present had expected him since they will honkey tonks, cheap theatres, Lake as It should be.

bv hank Cochran opportunity to express vote the next time and other undesirable ele In Commissioner Bruning's
there it no vision, the people opinions. We were to make a motion ments of "Boom Town" opinion the Zoning Board's

a perish. Proverbs, 29:18.: e another five minutes a zoning matter in during the Camp Blanding action reclassifying this 200! x
Take Ca re of Your Trees rebuttal before the This Is a throw days of World War II. His ob- 200 plot as a commercial
Board delivered Its the obsolete days vious Inference was: "You Island in a sea of residential
Floridians spend much Commissioner was survived that. Why make all property Is not spot zoning.
Those :words, written many years ago the downtown area deteriorates, so do time, effort and money to County Commissioners are

are just as true today as they were then. property values, and a decline of plant and maintain trees not zoning experts and are not
property values means an inevitable decline around their homes, public required to be. But whoever
The only updating needed is to changea in tax revenue. buildings and parks-and Mien yet, r1pI r ri r thinks this action isn't spot
these! same people does not
obviously
zoning
few phrases here and there "Where unknowingly Injure thorn know a spot from a hole in the
there is no vision (or money) the inner One councilman said a possible solu- ground.As .
cities perish, and fall prey to suburban tion to the downtown parking problem Trees, like people, can be
disturbed by changes In their
sprawl would be participation by the city in ac surroundings says the custodian of the county

quiring property for additional parkingareas ,Florida Division of ,Forestry exchequer, the Commission

Fortunately, that trend now seems on a matter that has frequentlybeen should show more concern for
reversed. For the mentioned but about which Homeowners are remindedthat upgrading property to bring in
the verge of being nothing lawnmowers and other more tax revenue, rather than
past decade or more the pendulum has has been done. Another item men garden equipment can downgrading It at the risk of '

swung toward suburban shopping tioned was a general sprucing up of the severely hurt trunks r devaluing choice lakefront

renters and other developments, but ap area to make it more attractive to branches and roots with their property with a possible loss

parently this trend has reached its apex; shoppers improving store fronts, cutting blades. To prevent of tax revenue. The Commis- }
accidentally injuring sioners showed
more concern
young
and now, at long last with federal and planting trees and shrubberty, and repairing trees with a lawnmov. for this 200(( x 2tMl plot with an

state aid the pendulum of progress sidewalks. All good ideas, but grass can be pulled from appraised value of $21,500.

seems destined to swing Kick toward until given leadership and put into practice around the base of the trunk paying taxes of some $JII(() annually

the I Inner city. just so much talk. by hand. However, Division +..a ri than they did for some
foresters recommend never "nor/' n b i 50 residences within a half
'j', .
I
using chemical grass killers mile of the proposed spot
"I am convinced that it is In our national Several years ago there was an anti near a prized tree. zoning homes with an np-

interest not only to save our cities religious program whose slogan was, Herbicides (weed and praised value of $1,250.000,

and urban communities, but also to "God is dead." Now there is a defeatist killers) even when properly grass FSI Basic CorrectionsFlorida paying more than $20,000 in

strengthen them and make them more group whose slogan is "Downtown is applied, may drift through the taxes annually.

attractive places in which to live and dead." With that kind of attitude, downtown air and Injure non-target.treesor Stale Prison among the recent graduates of theI 11I1.hour Basic We had been told (by several

work" President Carter said in his of course, is dead or soon will plants. Correction !Standards' through Lake City Community College. residents Clay County)

message to the nation Monday in outlining be. But with the right kind of attitude, Residents also should avoid Wilson{ Itlvers, of Lake of the Lt'1C Hoard of Trustees presented certificates that this 13A reclassificationwould
downtown is dead than "God is the excessive of to members of the cia"", be largely a political
\ his $8.3 billion strategy to help no more use com-
mercial fertilizer-herbicide Shown l-r) are- Sun II. Nin.|( Franklin A. Phillip. Thurman It. decision, but even with this
cities and towns cope with conditions dead, and the illness that now afflicts it mixtures near trees Thacker Roy I). !" Jim llrierlon and ElsIe A. hhailil. Not pictured were forewarning, we were not pre
ranging from economic decay to could be cast aside. Downtown the l Leonard N. Ball Peter Ronald ,Peacock Charlie noherllon. pared for the manner In which

sprawling suburban growth.It heart of Starke could once more become Recently{ transplanted trees our appeal was handled. At a

the attractive, viable part of community are especially susceptible to recent hearing on an appeal

is significant that the announcement life that it was fifty herbicide Injury For best by residents of Clay IIill-Max-
years ago. ville the' remark
results, it Is recommendedthat fIfII"4.. Realtor Hoard area, was
of this inner urban renewal
plan homeowners use herbi-- By made by a Commissioner to
should come at this time when Starke Defeatist attitudes beget defeat, and cides and fertilizers with care the overflow crowd in the

with tWl'nty-five vacant buildings in the one sure way to kill a community is to and according to label. Bobby Organized hearing room that "This is

"downtown" is and trying to keep it alive. True instructions. : the best political rally we'vehad
area more more stop we ,**" "
long Political
For in a time.
conscious of the core-decay that is afflicting have lost some businesses some we Trees which have been ..\1 Taylor Bradford; rallies have their place of.

cities and towns throughout the would like to have kept but as long as planted surrounding public V course.. but their''place decidedly
i nation. j- downtown has tfhtffic making'asset* _J UJl Idirrgs i ." business centers ,' ., Officer. Elf>ClCtl, 'm"not I IrV'conwection"
the"N
and multi-unit! residential "
.wiuV settling" seriouU zoning
such as the post office, a leading bank, dwellings face another threat- Our Bradford County cif; fruit, but causes

The deterioration of urban life in the the main theatre, two churches, public -soil compaction. in full swing and I hope to be larger Bradford real estate values issues that and will even affect the peace property and

United) States is one of the most complexand library, the historic old courthouse, have plans to visit each to find Leave 2 to 3 brokers are in the Initial stageof enjoyment of one's propertyfor

deeply rooted problems we face today Woman's Club, and the prospects of a Soils heavily trampled by and activity. The swine to develop. forming their own local years to come.
people, pets, bicycles and will be held tonight (
President Carter said in hall not to mention numberof hoard of realtors according to
unveiling city
-
new a
'
cars cuts off vital water and day March 30)) and the need about I inch Mrs Cecilia Only one Commissioner .
his new urban policy. "The Federal thriving businesses how can it be oxygen to the trees' roots. show tomorrow night A per week. If rainfall Tcrwillegar seemed to have a grasp on the

government has the clear duty to lead said, "downtown is dead." It is only as Construction work also climax will be the steer water plants Local realtors are presently theory and good practice of
the effort to this deterioration." dead with attitudesand starting at 7 p.m. once a week. which is
reverse as we, our negative members of the Bradford zoning. to continually
takes its toll. The addition of week -
In the livestock once a
April 1, !
choose upgrade property to its "highest -
make
to it.
neglect, asphalt, concrete bricks or arena. than many light Clay Board of Realtors which best .
Even before the new government program more than a few inches of topsoil More frequent has headquarters In Orange and use. Commissioner
was announced, a nationwide Although President Carter's new around a tree slowly Good weather Is may be needed in Park. The Clay Board Is cooperating Wayne Spivey recognized
these
and ,
trend had been noted a return to and urban program did not contain as many chokes it to death In three. to lot of planting activity In especially in the with the Bradford cast the only dissenting principles vote to I IBruning's
dollars had been for five years. area. Tomatoes will be set. group in helping Bradford
new as hoped per plants are
emphasis on the inner core of our cities planted! by a lot of folks. form its own group, says Mrs. motion to uphold :
and towns, as opposed to the suburban haps this time, some of these federal Trees are sometimes the serious tomato Tcrwillegar the Zoning Board. Conscientious I

"shopping center syndrome" that swept funds will trickle down to communitieseven damaged by earthmoving The tomato Is not only hornworms, fruit- zoning officials '

the at feverish in the the size of Starke, instead of being equipment which rolls over the most important aphids, leafminors. Officers of the new Bradford should welcome every opportunity
country a pace past into the )roots or cuts through themin mercial vegetable in stinkbugs, loopers to upgrade an area of
syphoned off the megapolous areas group elected at a recent
decade. This movement back to the ditching operations. but also Is the most and mole crickets.. .meeting are: Cecilia. Ter- their county, rather than seek
such New York and .
as Chicago.At
noted in documentary loopholes to continue an obsolete
inner-city was two Changes in normal garden vegetable. It can appears as willegar, president; Ralph
television the drainage grown successfully by areas or holes in use which has actually
programs during Bryan, vice-president Susan
least should as the result of ;
patterns
we start thinking COO of been abandoned for several
methods culture or fruit.
week when state and federal Aphids Faulkner, secretary, and
past policymakers positively along this line and be ready to struction may flood the trees baskets, in solution, on from young tender Delano Thomas treasurer. years and will ultimately
recognized and admitted the error so water pools and oxygen ar detrimental
to the
t the ground, mulched and prove
and on : plant
present our case our grant applications carry Directors elected are Lillian
cut off the root
have been in inad system. character of the neighborhood
they making when the time arrives. With mulched or In a Pearson, Vernie Odom and -
from the
I vertently subsidizing urban sprawl with agencies such as the North Central Florida For more information con Some of the varieties -purpose insecti I'aul Faulkner traffic hazard, as standpointof well as
and federal funds while
state
I allowing Regional Planning Council, and the cerning what you can do to commended in our area at 7 day intervals being a nuisance In regard to
central city growth to become stuntedor Division of Community Development in help your tree contact your; Flora America, most of these All local brokers and associates air, water, odor and noise

abandoned entirely. Tallahassee to provide us with guidanceand county forester. Manapal, Walter .spray or dust are urged to Join the pollution.For .
and Florida MH-t. 2 of the fol Bradford group. Mrs. Ter-
expertise in the planning and perhaps the leading Insecticides: mal- wlllegar Next working some unknown
Now the effects of these shortsighted '
grant application phases of these programs (L'L4LEn( variety and it Is diazinon, plus session safs.be Wednesday I reason, most Clay Countlans
policies are causing alarm throughout we should have as good a chancefor graywall gray leaf spot TOE, or August 5, at 7:30: p.m. in the t seem largely unaware of the
tne nation as more and more towns and state and federal dollars as town UU [ 0 Fusarium wilt (race should be Chamber of Commerce I unique beauties and assets of
cities take on the "doughnut design" size. any Manapal is similar to ) a rain or overhead Building. Kingsley Lake. About the only
with a hole in the ,middle and all of the our By William S. Haas In disease resistance. j attention we receive Is at tax
j appraising and
f collecting
action around the town's perimeter.This With a little initiative, imagination, Service Officer .' < Transplant soon after Jess Wolbert local attorney 1 time: when we suddenly become -

planning and hard work, our sister city I rain, when cloudy, or in to believe that Is working on the noticed. We contribute
articles of and
suicidal trend came in for discussion of Fernandina Beach obtained an out afternoon. Keep roots to the masthead for incorporation the t to: the support of our fire
at last week's City Council of $1,000,000 All veterans should make and undamaged. Set and tempctt. by-laws. new group. (department: (although the
right grant a couple of
plants slightly deeper does lend financial
dependents aware of survi county some -
meeting when a local business manager years ago and is now in the process of vors' benefits such as dependency they grow In the flat. support, as it does to all
t appeared and expressed concern about restoring its downtown area to the historic and Indemnity compensation departments: in the county);

businesses constantly moving from the beauty that prevailed there a for serviceconnecteddeath A starter of solution 6-8-8 of 1 : we pay for our own garbage
tablespoons or
downtown area to the perimeter century ago. or non-service-con fertilizer ; collection: service; have', no
1
analysis per .
and nected death pensions for sewer or' water service; are
shopping centers, creating more
of water will get plants off
I i inflicted with
widows and certain frequent zoning
more vacant store eyesores in the heart Never say it can't be done. It can be children; fast start. Pour one violations, which seem to go

-,. of town. Several councilmen expressedconcern done with the right leadership and the Burial benefits for war lima around the base of each unnoted;' we have police protection
and well they might, for as right follow-through. and certain peacetime Protect the plant by only "on call'* -
for 2 to 4 days after
veterans include a maximumof usually "after the fact", and
}) $250 burial or cremation planting. little if anything of a preventive -
i allowance, plus allow. nature the only answerwe
""" :=. -"- o.. a plot Mulching material ;
; -- -- C!> ance not exceeding $150 for as straw, leaves, dried obtain'from the County
I veterans buried Health when
I 4.l"[:: outside clippings, or plastic Department
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national cemeteries. In lieu of placed on the soil around questioned about septic tanks
r-r. ..,_- -- these benefits an $800 burial plant is called a mulch. I ,Tra and detergents draining into
---/ _. allowance Is authorized if the conserves soil moisture, the lake,is that"everything is
veteran's death is service- down weeds, keeps fert 'I A-OK." But those of us who
., During the first powered flight, it took Orville and Wilbur Wright 59 seconds to cover connected. Claims must, be from leaching, and remember the lake of 25 or 30
852 feet. filed within two years after fruits from rotting on the years ago know that conditions -
burial or cremation. I rr) are getting worse every.
Certain varieties
Burial flags and headstonesor tomatoes should be staked year.We
pRIO' BRADFORD Co0. grave markers also are pruned. Staking the I lostour appeal on March
Nly available for many deceased keeps fruit off the ground 21 and were disappointed and
p tc veterans. The Veterans Ad- helps to conserve space. I disillusioned, of course. But
Qtiligr this letter does
[ = 4 ministration processes about method of staking is to I under the not come
heading of "sour
800
applications dally for 8-footstake Into the soil 3. "
It Is Intended
headstones and grave. inches from each plant, grapes only as
markers. ferably before the plant Is Control Arrives in'Brooker an aid to others, who may
BOS G. FERGUSON
JOHN M. MILLER have
f qI upcoming zoning
10" As the plant grows, tie It to
I Publishers Remember such stake with string 4 to IS problems, so they will h know
Published, each Thursday and entered. second bee Maner at the Post Office at Stark. "Ia. under documents as military separation during the season. Make Manning unloads horn-fly control for distribution In what to expect when they have
'J Actol' Vtirch. 3. 1879. papers divorce decrees, Moorman sales representative Sonny Andrews '(on occasion to attend the next
below
guardianship or child ties just the district sales manager Bob Engwall said .born flies courthouse "
Subscription' raw n trade area: $7 per year: $4 six month custody clusters. "political rally..
"y OuiMto trade area: $8 per year: $4 50&ix months, evidence,birth, marriage,and the costliest pests confronted l by local cattlemen.
pit"h I'hOll8964' 6305 Starke Fla. death certificates, should biting, bloodsucking files that multiply rapidly Eugene L. Matthews
f' always be accessible to validate Removing the side and If unchecked, continue to produce another P.0. Drawer A
t. any claims. as they emerge reduces every 14 days or so. SUrke, Fla.'82001

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Rep. Chappell Speaks : Best Spellers Meet April 6 in County Bee t



On Canal, U.S. Budget, Energy PlanThe den of the county's top "daughter of Mr. ,fend Mrs. had to spell tu,win.Some 100 The public is invited to the t\
I stn Tomasovltch wide spelling bee at 10 h
spellers will compel: Cecrge ; runnerup word were pronouced at county
April at 10 a.m. In a county : Dollle McCraney, Lawtey before runner-up a.m. April 8, according to
Panama Canal, energy port It as he thinks Is a dangerous Speaking briefly on the wide spelling bee in the school daughter of Mrfu Bruce Dollte McCraney: : missed and Mrs Lucille Payne who II In
problemsand the U.S. government move to use taxing budget, ChappeD said $33 board meeting room la the McCraney.: Both are 5th Amf Lynn correctly: spelledthe charge of the bee. Winner at
's budget were the main power to regulate the use of billion will be paid In intereston Administration Building on graders. missed word, plus county level will advance to I
issues discussed by Congressman gasoline, liaising gasoline the $800 billion national Call Temple Avenue In Starke. Southside Elementary- "Intrinsic." Jacksonville for a regionalbee
Bill Chappell. U.S. prices is not the way to handle debt This year the budget will Champion and runner-up' In champion: Roealand Lennon Susie Welch won at Brooker In the contest sponsored ,
Representative of Florida's the problem, said Chappell. still come added 170 million the individual school spelling daughter of Rev.! and Mrs Elementary by correctly by the Florida Publishing
t, 4th District, at the 40th annual People who middle y will short he bees being held to eliminate Levy Lennon of Starke;; spelling "Jackknlfe. Runnerup Company. "
'j meeting Thursday, March 23, still buy gas the class "Tha government has to t/ the students down to the final runner-up RhondaCason, Brian Davis misspelled
of the Clay Electric Coopers- people would sacrifice to face the music and balancethe 12 Ire: daughter of Mrs. Nora thatch.." Susie correctly
Uve make trips, and the lower budget" stated Chappell. Brooker ElementarY- Cassett Both are 5th graders spelled "thatch." then "Jack-
Speaking to a capacity class would want their pay The congressman feels champion: Susie Welch, Bradford Middle School- knife" to win at Brooker.
crowd, which had gathered scale Increased to have there Is a great deal of wasteIn daughter of Mr. and Mrs. champion: Kay Chilly Lori Snow did not misspell Q
under the big green and white enough money to buy gas,said some government pro- Donald Welch runner-up: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Single word as she. went on to
tent To hear speeches and wait Chappell. grams. "We should insist that / Brian Davis son of Mr. and Fred l Chltty of Starke; runner- spell "Improve" to win at
t e. for door prizes to be handed The lack of will to solve the people do something productive Mrs. Carl Davis. Both are 7th up: Suzanne Newport, I Hampton Elementary. 1
I out Rep. Chappell. D-Ocala, energy. problem concerns if able to work/' he concluded graders daughter Mr. and Mrs. Max Runner-up Brad Russell min j
said he is much opposed to Chappell. Hampton- Elementary- Newport of Lawtey. Both are pellec".cure" Lori spelled
giving away the Panama ChappeU also praised Clay champion: Lori Snow 8th graders. "secure" then "improve" to Some p.ople believe that
'. Canal, but believed the treaty "If we put our minds to It. Cooperative officials far their Wilson couldn't ....ItereliC" daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Starke Elementary-school honeysuckle will cure sn obsession -
would be ratified by the U.S. we can solve It." stated good service and progress Busy the microphone la the Timothy Crews of Graham; spelling bee is scheduled next win.Fifth grader Rowland Len- with the ps>t."The .
I. Senate. Chappell. He suggested In- made in becoming: one of the Ele. spoiling bee. runner-up: Brad Russell, son Tuesday April 4. non correctly spelled
Soathslde
"We will deliver' to another ventorying what Is available'and largest cooperatives in the but she didn't let that bother of Mrs. Emogene Russell of Amy Lyn Roark, a fifth "cabbage," then "carpet" to
rr, government (Panama) a bit finding the best way to use United States which has 7,000 .ta the daughter of Hampton. Both are 6th grader spelled intrinsic" to win at Southside. Runner-up tillitit of all are
r of our own sovereignty; ," these resources! and expanding miles of power lines over a 12 Mr.her.and Busy Mrs. Gerald Wilson ofStarke. graders. win the Lawtey' Elementary Rhonda Cason put only one those who do foolish people thing
stated Chappell. technology.: county area. Lawley Elementary- bee, probably the most "B" In "cabbage" and lost .
off V.uv.nargues
The United States has paid champion: Amy Lyn Roard complicated word any student out to show

for the canal and made Raiford .
Vacant Seat To Be
Improvements and it does not Topic
make sense that this country
i' should give It back simply because Discussion and possible ac farmer councilman Sid TO& Y j j111111I11I
of blackmail," said the tion on the vacant council seatis Taylor. Former council attorney :
) congressman. expected to lake place when Richard Welty also
Chappell said he wants the the Raiford Town Council resigned, at the Feb. 7 meeting IIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII f friuiu
U.S. to be good neighbors with meets for its regular monthly Welty's replacement. na !
the South American country, meeting Tuesday, April 4, at Wayne Carroll of Lake Butler HuPS :
but he did not believe friend- 7:30: p.m.The has been appointed by the '
., ship should be bought by council called a special council. .
giving the canal away nor meeting Monday, March 13, Also expected on the agendawill J "" ;
should it be acquired with but were unable to take any be final authorization for '.."' f :,,,..,JI1i'!' fi. '!: \-l
threats of violence. action due to the lack of a quo- the last payment ,"
/ epairedd I' .r' \""
In reference to President rum. contractor that has r ';" own a :
I Carter's energy plan The vacancy was created by the community center d,,
Chappell said he did not sup the February 7 resignation. of owned by the town. '
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:; Clay Electric ,Officials Questioned '

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:; On Expenses of Las Vegas Convention .


members raised their hands the site. The attorney ex-
I Officials of Clay Electric she asked the attorney if he plained the various programs c:
Cooperative were asked was willing to meet privately presented for both the men and still !
i h: during the annual meeting in his office with all these and women. save nney
:Thursday. March 23,about the people. Chandler said the trustees
costs of a recent convention Another member for
suggestedthe do not receive pay
,I' trip to Las Vegas but despitea answer be put in the KiloWatt attending the conventions.
lengthy exchange between The Coop does pay their
members and the co-op Chandler said he would be expenses, said Chandler
attorney, exact monetary willing to stay there for three which Includes travel anJhotel 'I
figures were never revealed. hours to answer the questions, accommodations. Daily
m, The questions were raised but he was sure most of the expense money alloted was
I 11, during the business portion of
present wouldn't want day for the co-op
fthe\ meeting. After several people, officials, but there was no per .
minutes hud lapsed some of Kerrigan said it wouldn't diem given to the wives ..---- ns't
i: the members became restless take that length of time to added Chandler.No >l r ...-... -
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'and began booing- j ,
api "
answer his questions and mention was made of the "
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!i parently anxious to get onwith demanded to "know how -- ".-I ':
the cost of the trip, or many
/ the calling out of winning answers now." attended. '
wives
.', numbers for the door prizes. Chandler then began explaining During the discussion on coop r,
0 Joe Kerrigan of Keystone the Interest rates on expenses another co-op / iLL (
'II, Heights got up before the loans on new electrical member took the microphoneto tt a7 ,i f
r. membership to voice his concern facilities. He said the com- thank all the officials for the
over recent news reports pany borrows 70 percent from fine job they are doing and for .i
I,' of expenses incurred In the Rural Electrification Ad- getting electricity to houses "p4 _,, ,
!,. sending trustees manager ministration (REA) and the out in the woods. But she + d' >U'r
on and assistant ,manager and other 30 percent from CFC. issued a complaint that no i
noil wives,to, .the.convention. \ iI
: ,rtaousitbusinese 1'Tbacek i } to'pay whatever negro child gets close to .npln n
jnirmv"lti as REA and there Is
charges ((2-5 "percent) Washington, D.C.
y; members to know how and" and the CFC rates are basedon no negro on the co-op board.
bi/: where the money was spent. what the normal market "I know we have qualifiedones I
/ stated Kerrigan These conditions are. ," she added.
expenses should be in the an- In reference to the convention The Co-op selects four high
nual report, he added. Chandler said the school students each year on
Kerrigan said the expenses National Rural Electrification thebasisofanessaycontesttolour
> for the wives should not have Cooperative (NREC) holds a Washington; D.C. Co-ops ;
I< been paid and asked co-op national convention annuallyand throughout the United States
/ officials If $6.500 (a figure the coop has no responsibility send students to the week long
estimated in a Gainesville in determining event.
editorial March 7) was a
correct estimate of the trip. -7 t

t i.i, money"We are for paying electric plenty bills.of" I t'LL: :[( 1a: 'L"[f 4r t atw; "

stated Kerrigan "and maybe
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Kerrigan also expressed his I
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1 seven percent interest
paying
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When Co-op attorney Bill >
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Charges.I t Dropped in Hampton Lake Beating, Household



Testimony to FBI Agent Ruled Inadmissible Hotline...


Charged.& of beating and In that night.'That and other arrested but his true still 44 '
Identity friends of mine that
were
robbing ,'two University of testimony of what Coulthurst was soon confirmed. teach by Miry S. Yeart*
asked meto
Florida students in March of allegedly told FBI agent In In. Jail Your'County Extension)
197S wilt have to be dropped Joseph Bruner was. dis Bruner sworn statements, these guys a lesson Horn Economic Agent
told beat
against:' John allowed. attorneys Coul "I went to that house to
Henry thurst made the and take all the I
following them to a pulp
Coulthurst since Miami GOING METRIC
testimony attorney Louis ,
statements to him after' had.
given March Vernell money or drugs they WITHOUT GOING MAD'
20. was representing Coulthurst. I
Monday Coulthurst asked of I
ruled by Judge said the FBI agent refused another "I've got plenty money Are you ready for the metric i iayatem'
to leave the
agent be hire the best
car so can attorney 4 '
M. Carlisle. ?! The worlds last mm-
Wayne to answer questions could speak to Bruner alone."I avsilab': ', and I'm going to I
CouJUiurst, 27, of Plantation during the preliminary Inter the metric Industrial nation is f
want know and face
just to here
you
stay .
Key. and Paul E. Schultz rogation by attorneys, what the facts now committed to metrication. I
were accused of robbing the defense were charges Gradually pounds are
and hampering of his
surrounding that want to. know,
charge that "I just\ you with
beating Jerome client being replaced kilogramsand
Peter I've got from Starke Fla. the kind of that
or I'm not guy
Buckley and Jack Carlisle miles with kilometers.
Watkins said he was whatever that local charge around robbing people ;
Hunter. Jr. on March 31. 1975 compelled to disallow testimony the armed robbery charge. and goes hurting them for nor !
at their Hampton Lake based on the arguments "There The metric system offers a
were a couple of 110I1. h
residence, presented. "Without the admission guys that had hurt a couple of These statements will not be number of advantages over
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Schultz pleaded guilty to the stated to the FBI girls or had done something heard by a jury and no our present system. Con.
charges In 1975 and Is confinedat agent, we had no case," said to a couple of girls. Two further legal action Is i sumers will find the metric:
Florida State Prison. Elwell. friends of mine, a couple of anticipated in the case 4 system easy to learn when
Schultz was identified by the they follow the lessons' out.
victims because a ski mask Coulthurst freed lined by, the Florida. Cooperative .
was
was partially removed during Sso.ooo cash bond on on the an Easter Chill is Day LateThe _______ Extension Service The
the scuffle but the otherman'r charges' of jse of conversion charts and
aggravated assault
Hundreds Attend Electric
mask Clay Meeting
remained In' and robbery He was! stoppedfor mathematical comparisons
place. speeding In South Florida usual Easter morning corded In Bradford County are discouraged.By .
> Assistant State Attorney July 13, 1977 by the Florida chill was missing as early during the week. March :20-27, Hundreds of spectators went for the shade and chairs In the huge green and white tent last
Tom Elwell said the victims Highway Patrol. He was sunrise service risers basked giving fields a chance to dry Thursday during a warm spring day for the 40th annual meeting of Clay Electric Cooperative In learning just 10 words
said Coulthurst could have driving a new Mercedes and In 56 degree weather rather off. Farmers took advantageof Keystone HelRhU. Vl In I tor* ate fried chicken donated by Clay Electric heard U.S. Hep. Hill the average consumer will be
been the man but could not said he had three more at his than the low 40's which usually the break to start preparing Chapped, IMcaU, speak looked at exhibits took part In a drawing for pities and re-elected able to use metric units
positively Identify him. home In Tavernier, along witha prevail on this religiously for spring planting.. Straw- three new co-op hoard members Coop employees started cooking chicken at midnight needed for routine activities IIi
Schultz has since refused to speedboat and a $100,000 significant day. The mercury berry growers are beginningto Wednesday and nerved 4.40odlnners In.less than an hour. according to Mary Yearta,
testify against Coulthurst although yacht. The search of Coulthurst's rose during the afternoon to a "scrap" their fields with Extension Home Economics
he previously named residence produced high of 86 as Easter paraders heavier yields due the first Agent of Union and Bradford

Coulthurst' as the other man. several cars and one of the wore benefit their of finery without week jn April. Coltrane Home is Destroyed by Fireby Counties To help county residents -
Authorities investigated the wraps. learn to use the metric
boats..and a suitcase full of Rainfall since January 1 has
possibility the attack was cash. The Internal Revenue Arriving one day late chilly totaled 10.S Inches fn Bradford .. systetm Mary 'Is offering a
brought about by a problemwith Service is holding half of the weather returned Mondaywith County well above the 50 Ann Allen Rhoden call at 8.40: p.m. Estimated 1973 El Dorado Cadillac study-at-honrc course, "Going
a drug deal. An FBI $248.000() that was found In con- a low of 40 In the early average for the first three year Propery loss was placed at loss to the dryer was $200. owned by Beatrice B. Lathan .. Metric Without Going Mad,"
agent said Coulthurst said nection with a possible tax morning hours and Tuesdays months of the year.. $20,000 in the fire that totally SUnday March 19, at 1:40: was estimated at 100. There are 10 lessons in this
there was marijuana and violation. low was a brisk 42. Monday's destroyed the Billy Coltrane p.m. the Fire Dept.was calledto A grass fire was reported on series which Include topics
cocaine on the table at the A- Coulthurst was using an high was 84, and Tuesday's: 65. home at 412 N. Myrtle Street a fire on Lafayette A tin. South :JIll at 2:20: p.m. on such as why the change to
frame residence when he went assumed name ,when No measurable rain was re-- FACTS&FANCIB3About In Starke early Saturday building owned by Guy Monday March 13. There was metric: units: metric
morning March 25. Andrews was estimated at a no loss reported. measurements; weather
iv1 I ,,, 61 of all bus The Starke Fire Depart loss of $500. At 3:45: 'p.m. Wednesday shopping with metrics; using
percent ment responded to the 1 a.m. On Wednesday March 15; at March 8, the Fire Dept. was metric units In the home
Tom Rivers under passengers 18 are of over 65 or by 6:53: p,m. the Fire Dept. was called to Bullington Gift transportation; and metrication -
years age neighborsandcalldn.
Causeof called to a car fire reported Shop.An electric light was the on the larm.
c the fire has not been behind the Magnolia Hotel on cause of the fire. No damage
determined. Walnut Street. Damage to the was.reported.Consumers .
Anyone desiring to take the
Noone was home at the timeof
Salutes
R, the fire. course may contact Mary S.
Yearta Extension Home
A total of eight fires for the Side
Economics .
Agent, I' O
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Bradford month of March, with damage Drawer 1028 Starke 32091) ,
: CountyTom estimated at $21,650, were re- QUESTION) I'm thinking report from an independent or
496-2321. or fill in the
phone
about solar laboratory or university can
ported by the Starke Fire Installing energy
following and mall it,
be considered but coupon
Department. system In my home. Do you good proof There Is no charge for the
Sunday March 26. at 9:35: have any Information? make sure you see the report course but It Is wise to enroll
a.m. a car fire was reported at Itself not just the manu
ANSWER: Since the Immediately to be sure that
seeEconomic. the corner of Jackson St and solar facturer's claims.
expert suggest/ US-301 Damage of the 1973 energy system for a single Doing research in your space is available. ,
owned family home is a com- public library Is a good to
Mercury by Mack way
that the bus
Indu.tryun be Mail To: Mary S. Yearta, 1'.0.
Rivers Is A Candidate Improved tremendously If the McRae was estimated. at paratively new development of Increase your knowledge Drawer 1028. Stark.. Florida
For House government assists cities In' $850. you are wise to ask a lot about solar systems. You 32091. i

building new terminal buildings Last Thursday, March 24, at questions before you Invest might also check with your I wish to enroll for the study -
similar to 3:30: p.m. the Fire Dept. was your money. local builders association for
Of Representatives District 25 (Democrat) assistance. Many citizen.airport are called to a woods and trash Like other methods of Information. When you select at Metric- home Without course Going, "Going Mad./ 1 ,
making home
more
writing to Congress fire at the old city dump, on energy your system buy from a
expressing efficient (such as Insulation) business in
their opinions of this., Laura Church Road. No loss reputable your
was reported. the solar system can be a goodbuy area. Ask for the names of (ct understand no charges are
"Hope You Enjoy The Fair, I Plan to seeAccording On Tuesday March 21, a or a giant rip-off. So you other owners so you can to be made for the.course >
to Trail way.. gas clothes dryer caught fire must choose wisely. check-out references yourself.
intercity buses carry more at Reddmg's Washeterla on For example, you should Also, you should read the Name:
than 340 million passengers W,,Madison Street. The Fire ask that the system "Consumer Handbook Phone:
year, compared to 269 mil Department responded to the will perform as advertised. A Solar Energy Systems." Address:
Pd For By Tom Rivers Campaign Treasurer Kathleen Wright Treasure lion for trains and 209 million -
for planes.r ;

i a c',! Public Asked to Cooperate Patrol During FairM\

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ardRR.S can make arriving and days wibe Friday and Involved to trade-up for ,a expect to throw away a certain -
: departing the fair much easierif Saturday and those people bigger prize. amount of money when
they follow directions of who want to avoid a crowd But they will try to out talk they attend a fair but t they
police officers assigned to the should plan on going to the fair you" Bowen added. It Is up to still must be aware the
fair, said police chief Jimmy Wednesday and Thursday.The the fairgoer to be aware the challenge to win a prue often
Bowen. chief said if all fair- odds are In the owners favoras costs more than the.prize is
Bowen said his departmentwill goers cooperate and follow the In any,gamble, he added. worth.
have extra men on duty to directions to enter the new I
help with the parking patrolling parking area one way just '
$1GETSYOUA Inside and outside the north of the highway patrol Fair Opensfor4.i.JaylUll.... .

fairgrounds, and plain clothe! station, and exit another way
security people walking still further north, there
I around Inside. should be no delay. (From Page 1) noon and ride tickets tire 50)
Bowen said the beefed up The old parking area between truck and cents each. Admission (to the
given
DELUXE MEAL DEAL. efforts should make it easier the fair complex the ag balloons. away fairgrounds is 00) (cents the
for people entering the fair building and the farmer's The midway will each same as last year. The Si i ins
to park in the two market Is closer to the open
day at noon and close at 11
.. locations available. exhibits. There Is parking Sale will be tonight at 7 :10

The new parking area northof space for about 1,000 cars p.m.Admission to the fair pm.Friday
the old fairground area will said fair manager Bill Wilson. Is 50 cents. Ronald :McDonald
grounds
be Ideal for people with Bowen said he has been In Winners in the Home will visit the fair from 2-4 pm.
children since they are much touch with the midway Ronald will arrive on u Tire
Division of the fair are listed
', closer to the midway and manager and cardboard signs by category else where in this truck and give away balloons
: be at each At 7:30: the
---. avoid a long walk said are to posted game issue of the Telegrpah, p.m. Friday
, Bowen. spelling out what you have to Bradford- Union 4-11 and FFA
t the Horticulture
including Steer Show, will begin
Department which was The 1978 exhibitors from
judged Wednesday morning Bradford County are: Kiian
t'J Booth exhibit winners this
Whitehead James Whitehead
year are: Sharrl Dobbs. Drew ,Andrews
Commercial: 1)) Sawyer Cribbs. Jr. Frankie
Wayne
wa JI Slade Gas 2)) LEA Siding 3)) Andrew,, Stacey llayi-H. Jill
s v i Rosier Nursery 4) Suzuki of Hayes<< Gene Joyncr and
Starke 5) Piggly Wiggly. Marilyn Griffin.
+ Adult Education: I) Bradford Steer Show exhibitors from
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h Forestry Service 2)) Vo- the Union County HI Club I
f Tech Horticulture 3)) county
are: Hobby Worrell. Clcnda
Tea ranks a. the most popular
exhibit 4)) Florida
agriculture Shaw, Shands Ilow ard. Jr.,
Although television as we drink in more' countries National Guard 5)) Public:
know it today was not developed than any other beverage.<< Health. Sonny Brown. Martha
until the 1920' The Western Williams Charles Crawford.
Among the nations.
Youth Education: 1)) 4-II 2))
Michael Dukes Julie
World Book 'Encyclopedia Great Britain use. the moat << Brown
Girl Scouts 3) Boy Scouts.
a states that 96%. of all American tea, importing about ;300 and Donna Worrell
homes have at least one million pounds yearly, according Best flat of strawberries Union County FFA exhibitors .
TV set. Altogether there are to The World Book entered in the fair, judges are: Jon Brown. Lisa
about 110 million TV sets In Encyclopedia That's enough determined, belonged to Leon Proctor. Eddie: Lee Darren
". .ti the United State to brew 100 billion cups! Starling of Lawtey. Morris Brown and Dacee TuKgle.
i r Carter, Jr. took second place FFA exhibitors from Brad
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Faulkner Harry Fuulkner
(/( Visitors to the Fair today Jr.. Everett Hayes and
.- BINGOEvery (Thursday. March 30)) can see Tammy Johns. .i
: Miss America, Susan Perkins' The fair will close Saturdaywith

Saturday 8:00: P.M. from 2-4, p.m. and from 7-9 the Bradford Union and

411 N. Temple Ave Starke Fie.I p.m.The FFA Steer Sale beginning. at 7
: midway will open at p.m.
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A Nanking machine cute the tag to proper site and put la the
four mounting hole.The machine damp out 100 lag a minute.
i The tags are put on racks and taken to another part of the
f c r7R sheeting b placed on the aluminum strip and a 'factory
bright orange. graphic of the state before the tag to cat to she.
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n the special license tags being turned out by Inmates at
14H Correctional Institution along with the 4 to 5 million other tags
atLA M'l J with of the state behind the letters and
.. ry a bright orange graphic
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.r at Following the July 1977 legislative decision to change the look
reel of.032 gauge aluminum gas through a 160 degree detergent wand a rime and through am..tal of license plates by using an "alphanumeric system" UCI has a
tralghtner. committment to deliver 996,000 tags before July. Tag plant
manager W.C. Matthews said production on new tags was to
1'I have begun March 13, but trouble with new machinery delayed
I// production until last week.All the machinery Is still not going at
Ufl&n
1- i I full speed. The plant is now producing about 18,000 tags a day
1 jI but has the capability to put out 24,000 daily,at a material cost of i
n 64 cents each said Matthews.

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\ The tag plant which dates back to the 1920's, Is operated by 90
Inmates per shift and seven supervisors.The plant now operates
: from 8 a.m. to 5....m. five days a week, although in prior years It
was necessary to have three shifts of men to turn out the required -
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number of tags.,
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vertical conveyer bring the tag to the second floor of the
lag plant where they are put through a sealer and an electrostatic Matthews said the first tags for Pinellas Hernando and Hills-
Ir grid pull off the excel borough counties-will be ready for shipment by April 15. Once in
J the hands of county tax collectors they are not supposed to be
Y distributed until about 4 million non-graphic green and white
plates have been given to drivers registering their cars in the
state.
State law requires drivers who still have the older orange and
white plates to be Issued a non.graphic plate during their birth
-: month beginning in July 1979.


New : The new tags are being made of .032 gauge aluminum which :
>i: could last up to seven years, according to information given to
DOR by the 3M Company. The.tags are to be inspected annuallyat
the same time as car Inspections. There will be no weight
iI designation on the tags and the tax collector will collect the
.,, proper amounts for the stickers for the different weight classes.

ELt Orange Green '
= E Passenger car tags will be designated by three letters and
three numerals; dealer tags will have the letter M and two
A 111 Inmate with agile hand ue hydraulic press em- minute On the opponlte side ol the machine the tags no' and, letters and three numerals; > .truck!*,, two (letters/,aid four-
basing machine to add an alphanumeric ynlrm. Florida and fwl and hf n finished are Hacked In numerical nrqurnce. numbers; trailers and campers, one letter and five numbers.
the county name lie l III able to damp out l.noo' tag In 1% County names will be at the bottom of the tags. Motorcycle tags
Florida will continue to be six digits with no requirement for the graphic
Tags symbol at the present.


Out-of each one million tags produced Bradford County will
receive 2,015 tags Union County 770 tags. Lafayette County re-
ceived the fewest number of tags with an order of 395 tags out of
at UCI each million produced. Bradford County automobile tags will
Rolling begin with GDB 122 to GDB 999 and GDC 001 to GDC 347, a totalof

1,225 tags.

The tag plant is part of prison industries that includes a con-
.': crete block plant, sawmill, metal furniture factory, dental lab
,./( : fence post operation, and farm industries of beef pork and
1 o.h. >> L;" .J ..", vegetable gardening. An abattoir will be completed in April. In
I t .lI" :: May operation of two 15,000 chicken houses will begin. Prison
industries had sales of $6 million last fiscal year said Industry
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order In the proper box. Unacceptable! plates are set aside. machine repair and scrap put the coal per plate at 70 cent*. ,. 3- track for smaller. quantities or a state tractor trailer thai can deliver 175.000 plates. :
: These tag to Plaellas County along with Hernando. and Hllltborovgh counties are to,be
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,4 Among the recent graduate of the I........ Basic The Department of Offender Rehabilitation has announced I

Correction Standard Training Court offered through Lake that Florida State Prison employees standing ...(: John R.

City Community College were three correctional officer ait the. Brown Lee Ray Crew, and Cle.te4lI-rl>: Richard Allen Johnson

Lawley Correctional tUntloa." '\ and William E. Whitney recently participated In the
Correctional Training Institute al Ralford.Thta .


Wilson Riven. Lake Butler, chairman of the LCCC Board of Is the twenly-fUUi CTI group to enroll In the minimum .'

Trustees presented certificate to member of the cl.... standard curriculum, which U required by law. The Training 1

Shown
I Johnson Phillip U Huffman., and Militant superintendentJerry Community College.and the graduate earn nine semester

Vaughan. Not pictured. ) John' T. Clark. ., .. credit for ucceufuly, | completing the full time, 10 hour
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TIle program Include Interaction In the Criminal Justice program Include Instruction In the Criminal Justice!

System Legal Aspects of Corrections, Operational Procedure System, Legal Aspects of Corrections. Operational\ Procedure.
Principle 01 Supervision Human Relation and Technical Principles of Supervision Human Relation and Technical

Training Skill which Include Firearm First AM and FireFighting Training Skill which Include Firearm, First Aid and Fire I

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I! ACTIVITIESCIIUKCII OF GOD NORTIISIDB BAPTIST: Sunday dinner guest of their of Jacksonville were bunoay several games, they served Wilkison Mrs. La von la also' recleved a phone call follow!
: Sunday
School 10 Sunday School 10 a.m. Mother, Mrs. R.W. Bowman, dinner guests, of their mother refreshments of cake, icecream Wilkison and children were from Capt. and Mrs. Russell Mirations were

I Services II a.m.a.m.and Worship 8 Worhsip Services U a.m. and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Mrs. Arlie Dobbs and sister and tea. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Lines and baby of Sumter meeting In pre
I I p.m. and Mr. William Cahan, and Mrs. Ernest Hewitt Mr. and Mrs. Reggie and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison.Sr. All County Events w
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Henry Hodges Norman, of Inglis, were the children enjoyed an sc.Mr.
YPE and Mrs. Chuck Moore place April 22:
p.m Friday at 7 p m. Wednesday at 7
I p.m. H.E. Oltwater and other entertained at an Egg Hunt at Saturday over-night of Hunt
SMYRNA MISSIONARY guests Easter Egg on Sunday and sons of Lake City, visited and Mary Writ
IIAPTISTt School relatives for a family supper. her home on Saturday after their mother, Mrs Truman afternoon. Mrs Joyce \Futch and Miss Sew a rote I
FAITH BAPTISTl'UVRC'11I Sunday 10 and egg hunt. noon. Those present were Norman and grandmother\ Mrs. Laura Manning, of Elizabeth Terry on Sunday Orleman and,* .-" I

Radio Program on and a.m. 7pm Worship, Services BTS 5:45 a.m. Mrs. C.D. Sellers and Mrs. Mrs. Joseph Starling and Mrs. Carl Prevatt A friendTommy Birmingham( Ala., came .afternoon after they left their "How;. to Make a
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WPXE at 8 a.m. Sunday Bible p.m Alphia Parrish of David, Mrs. Alma and Allen, of Gulf down Friday for a 2 weeks father and mother Mr. and Wuhhclothl'* W ',
Prayer Meeting returned] .
Wednesday 7p.m.
School 10 a.m. Worship Auburndale, to their Tammy Padgett., Mrs. Betty Hammock was their Sunday visit with her brother-in-law Mrs. Fred Moore. V "Howt to Cirooi .

}o' i Services II a.m. and 6:3(1 p.m, homes on Tuesday after and Kyle Flshburn, Mrs. Kay dinner guest. Other Sunday and slater Mr. and Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. Thomas Smith- Sheila Anderso ,
'uoi' prayer Meeting Wednesday at PERSONALS visiting relatives In this area. and Donna Padgett Mrs. dinner guests were Mr. and Harry Wilkerson. and daughter, of Starke were Lace and Tie a .
B.-Sopm.: Mrs. Iris Pendarvis and her Friends of Mr. Arlie Dobbs Levenla, Lee and Angle Mrs. Bobby Norman and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford baptized into Smyrna Baptist' Anderson "How.,.., I
Gan. : son and daughter-in-law, Mr regret to learn that he is a Glance, Mrs. Gloria Stevie family, Truman Norman, and Martin and family, their Church, Starke in Crosby Horse"; Betty K

KVEHGREKN: : BAPTIST and Mrs. Fred Pendarvis and patient In Bradford County and Casey Crews Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L.H. Harper of mother, Mrs. Walter' Martin Lake on Sunday afternoon. Cure for Your I
School family visited her son Frank Hospital. Our prayers are Shirley Padgett Sharon, Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne and her sister Mrs. Sidney Mrs. Smith Is Mrs. Annie MaeCrew' llermlon'and
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rfix Sunday II a.m.and Pendarvis who Is stationed In with him. Sandy. Karen and Phyllis, Harper and family, of Starke Hansen were Easter Sunday daughter Stroud. "Colicthe

'. e. worship'Services Union a.m. Fort Belvoir Va. They went Mrs. Frankie Eunice and Clarence Pendarvls, Lorle visited them Sunday afternoon dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kay and Hill Wilson went to Horse"; Shi
7 Training 0
inn p.m. p.m. sightseeing in Washington? children of Chattanooga, Burton Tina Padgett and Ralph Martin and family. Savannah Ga., to visit George And Mike Row i
,! prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 D.C. while there. Tenn., spent Monday to Mrs. Annie Mae Crew They Mr and Mrs. Gene Pearson Maj. Gen. and Mr. David M. Hugglns, Tuesday to Care of the Hog f

t*"* p.m.The children of the church Mr. and Mrs. Richard Saturday with her in-laws served refreshments of cupcakes attended the funeral of his Jones Sr., of Indlalantic Thursday. When i you .

<>> enjoyed an Easter Egg Hunt Chesser and family of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice, cookies, and punch aunt, Mrs.William Pearson In Beach Florida and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Ralph young people, so

'('" at the Church Sunday after- Sanford. spent Easter with and other relatives. Other along with eggs. Four prizes Simpsonville, S.C. on Friday Mrs. Daivd Jones.Jr., and son Stephens of Richmond: Ky years of age, gi\
to'' noon. their parents. Mr. and Mrs. guests were Mr. and Mrs. Phil were awarded FIRST for of last week. They came home Benjy, spent Saturday with spent a few days with their or dr rnonut rot ion
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Hubbard Harley and other Eunice of Graham and Mrs. oldest child finding most eggsto by way of Saint Sephcn S.C. Col. and Mrs. William Wilson. brother and !sister-in-law Mr. people number! '

nnsTI'TIST CHURCH: relatives. Connie Moeley and Tammy, of Phyllis Padgett SECONDfor where they visited their Mr. and Mrs. Ralph and Mrs. Manuel Stephens more you real

School 9:43 Maxville, on Friday evening. one which found most eggsIn brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Stephens of Richmond Ky., and their mother Mrs. Maude watching/ the
Sunday : a.m.
.g; Services II and Scott Tinier, of Gainesville Friends of Mrs Waldo small age group to Stevie and Mrs. C.R. Mozingo. spent a few days with their Stephens of Starke recently. tomorrow; in out ,+
_, Worship a.m.
I.. ) Union 6:30 and his sister, Mrs Bill Pringle of Worthington Crews, THIRD prize egg was Mr. and Mrs. Charles brother and sister-in-law, Mr. It takes care am
7o: Training
,.- : pm. Meeting/ : Warren of Whitehouse were Springs, (sister of Mrs. Pierce found by Sharon Pagdett, Starling and family spent and Mrs. Manuel Stephens.. LAWTKY, 4-11MCWS: '! our
Wednesday at 7:30: on Easter Sunday dinner guestsof Crews) regret to learn that FOUR prize was given to Saturday, March 18th with and their mother, Mrs. Maude Lawtey 4-H members are 'Our( youth I I- 1 1The
We are happy p.m.to have their parents Mr. and Mrs she Is a patient in Union Karen Padgett for finding their son and daughter-in-law. Stephens, of Starke recently excited and ready to funds for the Ma j
very very
the name of our church and Lester Walker. County Hospital, Lake Butler. least number of eggs. Every- Mr.and Mrs. Jerri Starling, of Mrs. Paul Pawlak of Troy participate in our Bradford by purticpjting{ I A

.dl! our Pastor out front and to Mrs. Wendell Sanders Our prayers are with her. body had a good time. Tallahassee.Mrs. Michigan, and her mother, County Fair Let's all have a walk In Starke...t !'
visited her Mother, Mrs. G.W. Mrs. Pierce Crews lots Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Brownare '
nithave the porch and spent Peggie Roberts, Mr. Mrs C.R. Strickland, of good time and enjoy Kenneth Howl > ;
ad < painted. posts Jackson and Mother-in-law, of time with her this week. the proud parentsThursday, and Mrs. J. Milliard and son. Gainesville, visited her results of all the hard work put Howard Krunc 4
o ttr 'Mrs. Mildred Harris of Jacksonville Mrs.' Ernest Hewitt, of Daniel Ray Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ray and sisters, hers Joyce Futch, and into our animals and crafts Barbi'anit Snzl '1t])

tit last week. Tallahassee, Is spending March 23rd In Naval RegionalMedical daughters. Mrs. Tommy Miss\ Elizabeth Terry on that we will be exhibiting/ Betty Uudci. U ]
CiK.UK; : UNITED: !MKTIIO-: Mr. and Mrs. Terry Futch sometime with her mother Center, Jacksonville. ( l lllermlon
Talley and son, all of Jackson- Saturday afternoon. the Fair Parents and leaders happy JMrthdi )
lUST I : Sunday School 9:45 and sons of Jacksonville Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Other Grandparents Mrs Lucille T. ville. The children were Mr. and Mrs. Hal Hamilton, should be proud of the March > ,.,
it''n"! u.m Worship Services II a.m. Beach were Wednesday guests were Mrs. James Art Ivey. and Mrs. Lottie L. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. and their mother, Mrs. Mabel children's achievements very (Orleman March I

: and 7W:: ( p.m. Choir Practiceat dinner guests of their mother, of Raiford and Casey Dobbs, Brown, of Perdido. Ala., Mrs. John Tye, Sr., and Mr. and Boyette,of Jacksonville were Newport March "

7 p,m. Methodist Youth Mrs Joyce; Futch and aunt, of Jacksonville, spent Lottie Brown Is visiting her Mrs. John Tye, Jr., and sons. Sunday dinner guests of her At our !March meeting(, Jones March ':l
Fellowship Wednesday tit 7:30: Miss Elizabeth Terry. Saturday afternoon with son and daughter-in-law Mr. The children enjoyed an son-in-law, and daughter, Col everyone was busy. Barbi I Howard' March H.

I rt7'\ P 21. attended the Mrs. Gwen Anders, them. and Mrs. D.K. Brown., at this Easter Egg Hunt after dinneron and !Mrs William Wilson. Newport told us the recreation !Masseyi I March v
; Children returned home Wednesdayfrom Mr. and Mrs. William Wolfeof time. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston group played kickball and Newport 1\larch' .'

;,", Church Easter Egg. Saturday Hunt al after-the St. Vincents Hospital, Cape Coral, were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly, of' On Easter Sunday, Mr. and enjoyed an Easter Sunday made decorative bracelets. KikeH" March :111,

on Jacksonville, after surgery.We overnight guests of their Jacksonville, were Sunday Mrs. Gene Pearson had a dinner at the Wishbone Sherry llermlon told UK the Hurt March \I'J. I

".j' noon.Methodist Youth Fellowship are happy to report that mother Mrs. Hester Hicks, dinner guests of their parents, family dinner at their home, restaurant. In Lake Butler in cake decorating group
,., she came through surgery and they attended the funeralof observance of their 44th Sheila
decorated
took aster; Candy to the Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly. guests were Mr. and Mrs. cupcakes
Home in Starke very well. their cousin, D.J. Parrishon Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stanley Fedak of Starke Mr. Wedding Anniversary.Mr. Anderson reported the sewing SPFCIAI.SPb'Uit .
"
on .
Nursing Mrs. Beedie Norman, spenta Monday at Maxville and Mrs. Benton Futch. I ) :MA
is sewing
,Whetsel of Keystone Helghta; .and Mrs. Frank Camp and group personal
fin, Saturday afternoon .
week 'with her son-in-law Church.Mr. The KcUapporelations
Baptist attended services Sunday Mr. and Mrs. ,Tom .of Starke visited their garments and some will be
.Bryan.
0'.. i wand daughter Mr..and .Mrs."Cecil '"'? mother Mrs. Joyce' Futch.. < lady re| t
,." \ morning at Grace United" 'Tatum/Jr., and Robin. Mrs; t modeled in the Knstt-r
-iwl lfir.inv/VNf/ > WAPTISTr and Mrs. Bruce Boyer 4-11 Is
HardeeV while her Miss Elizabeth f.awtl'yi/
and
{ aunt. March :
and Lee of Fashion Revue on 2fi.
Methodist Church were Celita Lee and Michele /
ar'*$ School 10 a.m. of were Wednesdayovernight Sfroud.. Slnre '. ', ,
Mrs. Iris Pendarvis Tampa
undhy, duugher. dinner guests of their brother- Jacksonville.Mrs. Terry on Friday afternoon. Bruce Howard said the swine' u. I
*,8', 'Worship Services II a.m. and went to Fort Belvoir, Va., to guests of their in-law and sister, Mr and Vivian Stanley, Mrs. Terry "Futch of Jacksonville group attended the Swine Association Florida Junior
9a<' ,,6 p.m. Prayer Meeting visit her son, Frank brother-in-law and sister, Mr. become an elemt
Mrs. Robert Lee and John. Angels and Mrs. Stewart of Beach visited them Saturday meeting and arts
al 7:3(1: ( m. Mrs. Fred Moore. has
and she
Wednesday : p Pendarvis. teacher
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Crecent City, came up on afternoon. selling tickets for a hug raffle.
Melton
Leonard
Mir; and Mrs. Tom Whaley Mrs. of Athens Tenn. and the day Mm Irving Hall and Monroe Herndon told us- the time she desiresour
Rogers Thursday spent
1.U'lt.UAI"TIST: Sunday business and social b
of enjoyed a 4-H Club, t i
and
girls Tampa spent f
daughter Monica of Mac- horse cleaned out stalls
!
the long weekend with with Mrs. Stanley's mother group
School 10 a.m. Worship Thursday to Sunday with their visit with her mother, Mrs. spent visited her brother-in- Jacksonville to forward to the fu ', j jbo
and her clcnny and went to
their brother-in-law and Mrs. Bessie Watts,
91 Services II and7iOp.m.: In
a m. : Mrs. Nellie Louise Messcr. Orange spent with 4-1 ,
Mother. Mr. law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. the famous Clydesdale
.J. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ben brother and sister-in-law see
Prayer Meeting Wednesday ut sister Mrs. Park, on Saturday p.m. She haM tv
Wilkinson Daisy Manuel James Orleman1+
Watts. Stephens on Sunday horses.
down and Mrs. Barry
[ McCulley. They came to
7:30: nrsi and Mrs. Chuck Moore and I
: and their Mr. Khan lce ,
.. Boch. daughter.
.
.= --* check on their Aunt Nora Michele Lee, of Jacksonville afternoon.Mr. reported the electricity groupis 1'
of Lake were been .
and City has
Miss Lynn Whaley'and other sons several days with and Mrs.Archie Crews finishing their electric She
IN"IG dAvrfFr dinner of their Grider, who Is on Critical list spent Stroud '- \
; guests William
., relatives. Sunday in Putnam Community her grandparents Mr. and and family, were Sunday motors. Wayne Cribbs told us '
"' '
.'." .": I -.::J Mrs. Frank Cons, and Miss parents, Mr and Mrs. Fred Hospital( Palatka.Mr. Mrs. Gene Pearson this week dinner guests of their parents the steer project is teaching who
,r J' rti' Arthurine Blanchard visited Moore. Robert D.R. Brown and Mrs. while on vacation from school. Mr and Mrs. John Thornton, the steers how to lead by Ijiwtey
and Mrs. ,
Mr. and retired fro
her sister Miss Enza Dyal Lucille T. Ivey and Mrs. Lottie She attended the Strawberry of Kaiford. halter. The sewing group( hill '" '
Blanca rd. and Mrs. Thelma and family of Jacksonville Brown entertained Cynthia Queen Pageant on Saturday Col. and Mrs. William made a beautiful quilt which Na'y'J'i I'
dinner of enjoys bi .J jTi.
Wilson at Baker County were Sunday guests in Starke. Wilson received a phone call will he raffled off before tax'fair. She rt'., .
Brown her 8th birthday night '
.. .. their Mr. and Mrs. on and f manv'' .. oil
... parents r-.f,
-- Nursing Home of Macclenny. Daniel Tickets 50 cents
:w Leo and Leonette. Saturday afternoon. Several Mr. and Mrs Sunday from their daughter, aro froth; actiWties.'fhia I \
it once be- on Tuesday afternoon. Dyal and Dana, of Jack- Mrs. Del Dougherty and and can bo purchased .
In Welt Africa was of her friends enjoyed the Wilkison ,,: !
Mr.and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and of service ,i
and Mrs. James year
lieved that bells tied around Mr. family and Miss Nora Webb, party with her. After playing sonville,Mr. and Mrs. Donald children from England. They m'ml'rs'and lender
sick Bowman and Brian were ,
the ankle could cure a !I ,


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i e: I h'11 'A" Mrs. Sexton's and Mrs. W cott's Vo-Tech class. ear hats and did the Bunny ;Spelling Bee will h be ht'ldpril Cirade-l'arllon I

t '" Tatum's 3rd grade class had Tomatoes peppers. eggplants Hop around the school. 0 In the School Board meeting/ Uradley. Kal' .
and Seventh Graov,\: !
and
Starke
in Amy
carrots, Mrs. Becker's class has room
an Easter Egg Hunt peas. '
f des" Thursday, March 23rd. radishes squash and onions been studying about the Dollie will represent LawteyIn Simmons. Hlchi ,'
the event. Genre; Hitting.; iStroud.
ws
United States.
C Hobble Cowart won a were planted. Hopefully they Midwest .
"Five lit"' f
chocolate prize for finding the will have a good harvest to The school spelling bee was Lawtey' Elementary was '
[ In the Brooker each of the 2nd. vgrade
golden egg. Cindy Merchant taste. held Thursday. March 23. with represented clasICCII"'r.l'hc.t'I'lnRllqllllci
Si received a chocolate prize for MlssSheila Silberman's and 1 15 students participating. The Mini-Olympics by the
fo !
following Mudvnt: < .., I
classes selected from
Kathy 1 15 were
Miss Casey's
finding the most eggs.
bees Kindergarten-James j Me- team The M-nM: (
had a "Spring Fling" party. preliminary spelling
They made Easter baskets 'conducted in the classroomsof Neal. Kobert :?''I%:I iclals. un annual even\

The seventh grade is in which were filled. up with the 5th. 6th. and 7th grades. Kendra Butler and 'rnn 'a and a special I hi ; I''

y 1 e 0 S charge of a vegetable garden 'goodies by Mr. Bun E. Habbit. Participants in this year's bee Baker. First cradeAlvm I'hilVellenua.lliilien '
o : under the direction of Diane The children also made rabbit Included: Teresa Felton. Jenkins. Mack Hunter Susan :Moxley I I\
Ricky Norman. Tammy Crawford. Vickie Williams. Lawtey to partlc ;' t

F Odom. Lean Howe; Jack Second Grado-Hob :Norman..; I '
y 4 (Creamer Steve Marshall. John Berry Shawn Butler. I.INCII.M': I : '
Wilkinson. Roberta Williams: Third :\IUU.T:
Pam Brice, Jerry
t Wendy Austin. Cary Grade-Silas Jenkins. Robert sandw Ich. fret..N
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1j .New'some. Hay Abraham. Starling. Tammy Guldens. buttered corn. [. .
Tonya Jenkins'ourth; \ milk. "., ($
J k4. Debbie Koark. Lex Parrish. "
; LENNY Dollio McCranle and Amy Grade--John Hamilton. Lee Tt'KSIJ.XV: : :;, I
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Koark. Amy Koark from Miss Austin. Dcphane V llhams. beans. V
o e.h aY C'uttmo's fifth grade class was Sherry Herndon. : Fifth Grade: biscuits, butter: r1/>*;
the school champion with Lattimore Williams. Sam \\KIINKSIMYj: : )>

Dollie McCranie as the' Norman. Libby Davis. beans with rice, t
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Knot The county Charlotte Berry Sixth fruit jello, cornbi ..
.J The Lighter: : Lounge runner-up._. _._ .
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Presents; h with catsup; stew .r
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S Out & Enjoy A Fine Meal At The Restaurant mw ;;' .1..1.I
: Come vrl ,,. .
"Flflle D.)." for the entire school was Thursday, :March 23. I, .r';,
: And Fine Entertainment_ Everyone enjoyed the festivities. and Tom Casey was kind g + sw, .

.JfJIJI-" Tues-Sat 9P.M.-1 A.M...... enough to be the Judge. Winner were( j"". Anderson' class; '
.,. Wesley "'hl..nd. Dana Norman; Mn.Starling'-Bryant! .
S Hunter and Lori Sellers; Miss Ca.ejr's claw Sheila Tew and ..AMrs.

Shane N.pler; Mil Sllberman Julie ,Smith and :Michael '" fl. : I

*& &aM'Of 'VUII & Anders Mr*. Dobbins Tammy Jo Tatum Nichols and and Denny Russ (
-- Thompson; Mrs. Toullaw'l class Rosalyn {; i1
and Kevin .
: Mrs. Sexton1 class .- Melissa Gee .
Norman MUcallyt Mr Tatum' class T.*her Allen and Kenneth! Peebles class honor roD students front row' 4""l-r are :,, !

Starke Norman;; Mr**. Hamilton' class Brenda Sike .Michael: Ernest Whitley Michelle Sexton. Nancy Shuford... VaUrle .:J ,, :
: Prevail; I\lrl. Peebles' clan Michelle Baton an* Doug Randolph Michael Gowtni. Jeffery McClelUn and Chris t

:' OaSe 301 Nor 1&4-1&1)0) S Heatons Crews Mr.Silas GoMen's Cuttlno1 class class Barbie- Jeannle Newport Massey and and Tony Philip Hill;, 'rlbba.Back row I

.s..................... ...................................se, Mr Becker'*.Rlppllnger's cUt _clac.Bill Stewart_Debhle and Boark Wendy and Austin.Bryan Camp; Mr*. Cary Moslcy.Mlie.Charlotte Berry.DolUe McCriaey Cary Newsome and 7th their grade garden.class .. I








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Fall-' .Winter Athletes Honored at Sports BanquetThe 'r *

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ji1e
All-iporU club held its then Introduced the 1978 Coach Jerry McGrlff pre- Howard estimated the Chase and Cindy Griffith. Finishing up the banquet
first Fall-Winter Sports District Five, 3-A champion sented the awards for the runners total mileage to be Coach hoes Harvey Coach Joe Kielbasa presented i
Banquet last Thursday that basketball team. Freddie Girls Basketball Team, about 300 miles, or, a run to presented the volleyball the awards to the wrestling
honored basketball player, Aldrldgo was awarded the saying the team "lacked Miami, or Atlanta Georgia. awards, honoring Betty team. In summing up the 1021 -
cross-country runners, volley- for the Mont Out experience" but that they He added that it was not the Hudson as Most Valuable dual meet season, Kielbasa
ballplayers, weight!.ifters and standing Player and also was were trying to build a stronger amount of winning the team Player and Terri Parrish and said the team "worked hard
wrestlers. presented the Most Foul Shotaward team. did but how much each team Vonda Brown as the Most and practiced longer than we A ,
After dinner waseaten the for his 61 shots this Frances Coltrane receivedthe member improved that was Improved Players'. should nave.
awards program began with season. Aldridge led BUS In award for the Best All Important.John you work hard, good Kenneth was named
e the introduction of the cheerleaders scoring with a 13.7 point Around Player Betty Hudson Tatum was presentedthe things are bound to happen," "Mr. Wrestler'7 and also was
average was awarded for thu most re- Moat Outstanding Award, said Coach David Ilurse about awarded for having the most
Couch Warney Adklnson: Kenny Hampton! relieved: ..boundif.! Judy Williams. ;was and Tod Samons was:named thesweighiluter. .., !He" .added'. ;:'pint.;:'AWn:Montgomery was
.
.the/ a ward Jtor.the most assists presented: .thg.' Most Free the :Malt Improved Player. that -the' 'lifter 'did a fiord cr' Most Outstanding
which totalled' 179. And for his Throws trophy, Sandra Samons Joined the team this "tremendous job," but wrestler. Henry Pete was
FLORIDATHEATRE
223 rebounds David Walkerwas Darley was presented the season, never having ran- perhaps peaked a little early. awarded a Most Pins Award
awarded the Most Most Field Goals awarded and cross country, and concludedthe Lawrence Patrick was and. David Baldwin was
Rebounds trophy. Roland Sandra Barnes was named season as the team's. top honored as the team's Most named Most Improved
Call a Walnut Cummings received the. MAd imnroved Player. finisher Howard said. Outstanding Player. Player.
Starke 964-5451 Sportsmanship Award. The Girls cross-country Freddie AldrUge accepts: his award from Coach War.e)'
Coach Bob Hancock Trying to demonstrate how team was Introduced by Adklnson at Thursday's Fall-Winter. Sports banquet,
Friday Sat. & Sun Introduced the Junior Varsity much work the boys cross Coach Melba I toward,and two BMS Students PlaceIn
Team but no awards are country team put in throughout Most Outstanding Awardswere
GLINT' given to JV team members. the season Coach Grover presented to Laura

EASTWOOD * * * .. WA Florida Relaysby Ocala Forest Dominates


aiUINTlJET THE I.:;lli ,1!.LT L.lH! !. !' Ann Allen Rhoden 14 age group Girl'*Division of BHS Lake Weir Golfers
Twelve Bradford Middle the One Mile Run and placed ,
School students participatedIn 23rd. with a time of 6:44: .4. Ocala Forest had no trouble John Vallnskl shot a qualifying
ng demon-at the ILL 1.:; tU the Age Group Division of In the!! 9-10 Boy's Division disposing of Bradford High round of 43 and will be
. given III the Florida Relays, held in -John David Francis ran the golfers by 13 strokes and Lake among the top five golfers in
, inch-paralion will take for rC ""1. Gainesville at the University One Mile In 3-941: placing Weir by 16 in a tri-match next Tuesday'i lri-match In
| Shawn Hurl 'j' of Florida track, Friday, fifth. played Tuesday March 28, on Starke with St. Augustine and
I'.htHow : -by Neil Crawford March 24. In the 11-12 Boy's Division of the municipal course numberone Baker High. Joe Valinskl shot
: tolag' the One Mile Run Sam Lewis
l t All those competing from at Ocala a 49 Tuesday.
Marie (Debra w' BMS are members of the BMS placed 11th with a time of Forest golfers shot a 157 Gaines birdied the number 7
Pillow !ll.irt. .4 Road Runners. 537.1: Kenny Davis placed total several strokes high for hole missed a 3-foot birdie
C'ribbs lining, Bradford Baxamasters you know you are limited on first place on total points, Don Placing first In the Boy's 13- 14th with a time of 5-50: and them but were way ahead of putt on number 8. and left a
I aync Stwr' found the going pretty good as Orange( during windy days. gained a little 14 Division 100- and dash was Allen Davis placed 18th with a Bradford's 170 total and Lake birdie putt hanging on the lip
n a
I n. '!tow 'o they invaded Orange Lake Dale and I Just kept on On Monday, March 20 the Scott Allen. Allen ran with a time of :57.4.: Weir's 173. The split gives of the cup on number 9.
I ;;ihoe". Becky March 18 at 6:30: am. plugging. We landed about 25 Bradford baismasters held time of 110. In previous meets Bradford High an even 5-5
to Brush a The water Is up over the bass but only weighed in eight their regular monthly Allen has run the event In 10.7 In the 13-14 Boy's Division in record to date. "He played a good round of
udd!, 'How! lo It w HydrilU that once looked like keepers each. meeting! A lengthy discussionwas seconds, but was not allowedto the One Mile Run Richard Forest had three golfers golf," Coach Warney Adkln
>og". Brandi! u pasture covered with Buhia At 6 p m all bassmasters made'on several important use starting blocks in the Badillo placed 4th with a time below 40. Allen led Forest witha son said of Gaines.
KhandreeI'niblems PLUS grass! I I'm sure the llydrilla returned to cross creek for the IsHues. Florida Relays. of 5:20: .8, Charles Martin, witha 38 Bert Yancey and Gillis ,"It was a beautiful day for
of will flourish as the water weigh, After each boat Jody Starling had Gary Placing third in the Girl's time of 6:08.5: placed 10th. were one stroke back at 39. golf I'll tell you. It was nice,"
llrrndonjke temperature warms up. weighed in, we found K F. householder from Huntlnd 13-14 Division in the 100-yard and Donald Cissy placed 12th and the next two OF golfers Adkinson added.
rry. HJHH tire moving to the Bryant to be the winner. Dale Don Penn., as his guest,Gary dash from BMS was Louette in the meet with a time of shot 41's.Richard. A 157 team total Is actually
: Properbatch shoreline looking For a place to Johns placed second Don belongs to a bass club in that Smith at 126 seconds Miss 6150.: Gaines led BHS high for Ocala Forest Coach
these b / >(Mvui Now Is a good time to Thompson landed the largest area. Smith placed 3rd In her These students have been In with a 38, matching Forest'slow Adkinson said The Ocala
I me only eight e f g land a trophy bass. bass for the day Earl Muse Introduced Tay division. She has a previoustime approximately 20 runs 80 far score. Scott Roberts shot a linksmen placed fourth in the
'Inn a speech fate and I fished hard all Arnold as a possible New of 12 flat They have been participating 40. But the next three scores state tournament last year.
I1 I to n group( of d.iin his new Slumpknocker In behalf of the club I would Club member We are proudto Robin Stern placed 21st at in cross country meets and ballooned Clair Turner and The current OF team is threeto
ng forty or Miss boat We tried to stay out like congratulate R.F. Dale have Gary and Ray as 6:425: in the 11-12 year-old now will be running In meets Wade Winkler were at 46 and four strokes better than the
i1.e'ou are of, the rough March winds as and Don for a job well done visitors and we hope Ray will group of the Girl's Division of sponsored by track clubs Joey Herres at 49. 157 Tuesday, Adkinson says
leaders ofcommunity much us we could As most of [>;ile'H effort kept him In become a member of the the One Mile Run. such as The Florida Track
-- Bradford Bassmasters. Becky Cooney ran in the 13- Club.
The April Tournament has
1 courage for been set for Saturday April 15

I e roof lo achieve Dimesn raise 301 DRIVE IN "The tax on the Dunnellon will be backwaters.Boats launched a. Brooher Hosts Olympics with Lawtey, Hampton

[ I new different site on the North
the lo-mile )
Thy acre 301 South : Shore of the backwaters Winners of the Mini- FIRST GRADE: Boys: Susan Crawford, Lawtey, Kirchaine, Hampton Ribbon;
I ird. (Bruce Starke 964-7484 forms. A good Tournament will begin at 6 Olympics of 1978 between Mack Hunter Lawtey Gold; RIbbon. Grace Rowe, .Hampton
Ii llrrndon. a.m. and end at 6 p.m. sharp. Lawtey, Hampton and Alvin Jenkins Lawtey, SECOND GRADE: Boys: Ribbon
Newport and Fri Sat Bradford Bassmasters are Brooker Elementary Schoolsare Silver; Donnie Roberts, Loranzo Prescott, Brooker,
Charles Bronson reason to let us help making plans to try and have as follows: Hampton, Bronze; Lonnie Gold; Rob Norman Lawtey, THIRD GRADE: Boys,
'ly to Sherry InPLUS some of the young men back KINDERGARTEN: Boys, Tetstone, Brooker, Ribbon; Bronze; John Underwood. Silas Jenkins, Lawtey, Gold;
12; (Debra! over for a fishing trip and Robert Nichols Lawtey, Quinton Ford Hampton, Hampton, Silver; Eddie Jay Paul Bawk. Hampton Silver;
II! Shirlet with your taxes. cookout from the FloridaSheriff's Gold; James McNeal, Ribbon Junior Prescott, Seqwlck Brooker, Ribbon; Randall Glisson Hampton
29!!I. (.irlton l J 1 Boys Ranch at Live Lawtey Silver; Kelley Dyal Brooker Ribbon. Girls: Polly Bradlee Snow, Hampton Bronze; David Hamilton
9. Kenneth Oak These young men really Brooker, Bronze': Ronnie Wooda Hampton, Gold: Vicki Ribbon; John Berry, Lawtey Brooker, Ribbon; Robert
IK ('arol At 11& H Block, we understand these new enjoy this outing. Seay Brooker. Ribbon. Girls: Williams Lawtey, Silver; Ribbon. Girls: Shawn Butler, Starling Lawtey; Ribbon;
:.III "...rlne ('oJ forms we know the laws. We'll do everything Sara Douglas Brooker Gold; Donna Peeples, Hampton Lawtey, Gold; Roberta Lamar Barnes, Brooker,
II Shelly we can to rave you money. And that's Bass wishes Tonjala Baker Lawtey Bronze; Christ! Nipper, Williams Lawtey, Silver; Ribbon, Girls: Tonya Jenkins
and Karen I Reason No.: 1 why you should let U&K I : Block Neil Crawford Silver Kendra Butler Sabrina' Starling, Brooker, Lawtey Gold; Kim Smith,
Lawtey Bronze; Malissa Brooker, Ribbon; Cheryl Bronze; Connie Foster, Hampton, Silver; Priscilla
"War Of TheWorlds" d Iii<> your taxes. Hislop. (Brooker. Ribbon Griff. Brooker. Ribbon: Brooker Ribbon, Michele Welch, Brooker Bronze;

i Tammy Thomason Brooker,
I uri.K.nr H&R BLOCK Ribbon; Tammy Giddens
IUHintud Lawtey Ribbon; Teresa
public ---- -- --- --- THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE -- .,. 6 1&ILyIL Manning, Hampton Ribbon
. Sorter 'bur the'
:Mrs lircndjitirmlinj 2 Convenient Area Offices FOURTH GRADE: Boys:
: "Malibu Beach" Slarke Ha Keystone Heights John Hamilton Lawtey. Gold,
College to I 118 N Walnut SI In Monitor Building t Tracy Prevatt, Hampton,
nlary school PLUS 9648286 4732777 M r Silver; Ricky Nipper,
not had the Brooker, Bronze; Kelly
Open MondayFrldav t
0.2
lo work for "Little Laura, |Open 9 6 Weekdays! Saturday. 9.4 Saturday 9. \12 J Bigham Brooker, Ribbon;
ut !is looking Lee Austin Lawtey, Ribbon;
lure years lo Big John"Rated !N'o Appointment Necessary Mike Waldron Hampton
I south, Ribbon. Girls: Kristin
o children R McPhail, Brooker Gold,
fully Strouil, fA M1 I Y Brenda Curtis, Hampton
married to Silver; Sherry Herndon,
or ))4 sejrs Lawtey Bronze; Amy Clark
'ed it the Hampton, Ribbon; Paula
oral Institutem FIRST & ONLY OFFERING Dale Johns displays a 10 Green Brooker, Ribbon;
bass he landed
the t IS pound !MarchIS
Daphane Williams, Lawtey,
In Lake. Dale
Sampson says Ribbon. .
cycle riding POLYESTER he was using a 7-Inch Florida
. er outdoor Grape Bass Finder worm
FIFTH GRADE: Boys:
I II her second 6OOO Yards ; KNITS Lattimore Williams Lawtey,
I Aith the 4-IIlobnson Teachers, parent, and friends turned out to cheer on the students at the Brooker Mini-
I Gold; Sam Norman Lawtey
Olympic Thursday.

j gfos m | mip|| i.ESiXlft .-+.--.r..f S M S-S W.. M. S .. .a" Silver Hampton: Robbie Bronze; Darrell Spitz,

I * : fe* II' .ittfrrtii: ;=_ <2:: Jerome Polk Ribbon; Brooker Mitchell Keith Hampton Starling.Ribbon:

Brooker, Ribbon. Girls: Libby
I A swordfish can iwim a mile in leer than a minute.SWARMUJG'fERMIcES .
Gold
.J) < Davis Lawtey, ;
Ie I louptltru % J COTTONS Charlotte Berry, Lawtey/
'e i Silver; Susan Navalany.
ird HudilloK Brooker Bronze; Abby
hand ice CUTTING TABLE SALE (They Look a Lot Like Ants With Wings) Foster, Brooker Ribbon; Ann
: Baker, Hampton Ribbon;
jdent1trom
ird und llh Odds & Ends If You're Not Sure..Call Us.IOIIDA. Ronl Kramer, Hampton
I Ribbon.
; .
nude up a i

' )1.l\mpic tlll'l.II"Il'\I are PIECES TOO SMALL FOR SIXTH GRADE: Boys: Don
in lirooker Green, Brooker, Gold; Doug

:ink k ":l1.ellllnd goes to OUR VOLUME OPERATION FREE 4 ONTlOL Green Russell,Brooker Hampton,Silver, Bronze; Brad;

Oscar Osteen, Hampton.
spate or m iting Inspection & Estimate apMw "" Ribbon; J.C. Bradlee.
I'' Ribbon Carlton
Lawtey, ;
., t: l Directed By Graduate Entomologists JSUE Cats Sl.rto. Johnson. Lawtey, Ribbon.
. Girls: Elaine Tetstone,
, trkl'.alad aai amKmmmmimmmmmmmtm mt* mmi mmmmmi *mim '
Brooker Gold; Carol Fussell
ich Irles '
1 $1 Brooker, Silver; Katie Houpt,
.
teach ('rlhP.I
( PIECE Bronze
DOLLAR Lawtey ; Beckey
I: (litvfjroni I 4 Crawford Hampton Ribbon;
Shain Roberts
..applesauce .. NAM11n Ribbon. Hampton
(hrik

cole boiled slaw SATURDAY, APRIL 1 st ..a, -, 5 B Y'h9 .. 1 to t.,11I'+te Bruce SEVENTH Simmons.GRADE: Boys:

*ad, butter This Brooker student use his best form In the broad jump. Lawtey,
= 2ttlkler Gold; Wayne Green. Brooker,
H I Silver; Richard Badillec,
:Meat loaf
W \ F- Meb Lawtey Bronze: Curtis Jones

r half potatoes.r rolls. L 'MISS 150 W. Call St"th ,Brooker, Ribbon; Jimmy
Starke Joyner Hampton, Ribbon;
A84.7T02 "
Irkey ,,.", JI- re.. Stephen Spell, Hampton.
N Ribbon; Girls: Debbie
chips t:butter, green bar. Gifts DeWitt C.JonesFuneral Phillips, Brooker Gold: Patty

THIS ONE DAY SALE Unusual'' Original Handmade- Gennie Sherwin. Rising.Hampton. Lawtey.Silver;

SPRING CLASS SCHEDULE ( HomeDeWITT Bronze; Debbie Polk

Saturday, April 1st 10 A.M-2 P.M. Only CLASSSTARTING DATE Wilson Brooker Hampton Ribbon, ; Ribbons Karen;

JleWeeJMeenW-W.d., April 5th, 7.9 P.M.eileeeri : C. JONES BENTON FUTCH Khandice' Stroud. Lawt"".,

Meirwe'-Frl., April 7th 10-12 Noon Ribbon.

GREAT REMNANT le'eleeed .''''.''-T es.. April 11 th 7.9 P.M. HAROLD A. JOHNSON

$1 leifeteiSat., April 15th!, 10-12Noon-! STARKE KEYSTONE
Above Gana.will Meet. !S Tim. And Coil Only 'S" Plus Materiel,
AMERICAN SALE ; 964-6200 473-3176
del. Art *Metereebr Starts Thurs. April 27th, 7.9 P.M., M 5" (

For.6 Classes, Plus Materials. Bobble O'BrlanInstructor RENTALS


. LAKE BUTLER APPAREL CO. Register Now. Classes LimitedCall Hospital Beds 'Wheel Chairs The average distance between

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I Runners to Hold Invitational !I 0 11\l ( ,


The BHS (track team have r Ir.v .i "
Invited over 20 teams to participate 1r 1

for Friday.Track in the April Meet Bradford 7., scheduled Invltatlonal Brooker Takes First Win in Home Tourney Last Week ;'


Although many of the r
schools invited have not yet ,r Brooker took their fUst win Brooker, 9.7. The actual score fell to the skills of these undoing because again the Beach. 132. Billy Ray Smithof \, j
responded Coach Ben Moxley In a home tournament Friday was s-7. but Timmy veteran players,as the Pretzels twisted the game Brooker rapped out the only
is assuredwe'll be there night, when they hosted Whitehead who drove In the Knowles down. 9-3. making around to their favor, with a home-run for the game, .: t
The meet will begin at If twelve teams In a double- winning run. was credited the GB still undefeated after score of 9-8. after tying J-5 at scoring two runner !.\
a m.. and continue, all ritiv. elimination, slow-pitch softball with 2 runs Instead of one. TheRame two games. the end of the seventh. The final game of the winners ',
to -nament.The was tied 7-7 In the At 9:1: } a.m., the Hogtown The winners' bracket was bracket.
kick-off game, at 7 bottom of the seventh Inning Rollers met the quick-striking still rolling along at 10:30: saw Guynn Athletic against
pm.. Friday night, pitted with two outs, and Whitehead Pretzel club of Gainesville a.m., and Brooker met and Cedar Key Restaurant
Starke's McDonald'* team shot a ball into right center, It was the Rollers' beat Cal-Gas, of Fernandina with a tt-l score. 3";
against the GainesvU rolling all the the fence ----..
Businessmen and dropped to score the war.to run. Joey
McDonald's Into the losers' Sanderfer made an In-the-
bracket, of 10- field home-run out of the first IT'S ANANOf 'rOBE 1lSS0CU1TEDWI"I6
8. The Businessmen beat play of the game off pitcher, I' .-
McDonald's jn a scrimmagegame Jim Lewis. VERNON SILCO2L
earlier In the month by The fourth and final game of 1 I
the same score. the> evening was an error He's just been chosen Honor Agent and he earned that t

ThqnestBame tt4nr'brraeker; to\tyi drop*; ,Clark"to l the r'riddled Key stone-and\contest Guynrt between Athletic .. .. ., recognition..by..providing. :} fiach pl.his; --15t.torners.with.} .. .., ....' ". ,

Bu1ldo&l lt '01' <*reertCove '.W' Lake -Clty."at-. 10:45: -The- ".'..coverage he.custom-designed to'protect-.their'tatruly's} : ,; .. ? ..

Springs at 8:19 p.m., being Keystone Club went down. 21- total way of life. Call him today for the best insurance .
12 and
ripped apart by the Hogtown kept the Guynn Club in *
Rollers formerly (Plant-It- the winners' bracket. planning help anywhere around, For information on

...0I ;""-"" ---. Earth) by a score of 146.Starke's Early on Saturday morning, now you can become an Independent Life Agent, call t I IFA.
second representative at 8 a.m.. the Gainesville
Also practicing for the Bobby Smith practices his discus throw for the Bradford team also dropped Into Businessmen met and beat the .Tyner; J Jr Manager, at 376-2582, Gainesville, Florida ,

I Invitational were two other Invitational.So far this season Smith has won all first places for the sister losers' bracket at Knowles club of Green Cove I ,
: BUS runners. his throw. 9:30.: by being toppled by Springs. Again, another club
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I : Diamontlnieii Lose to Buchholz Bring- Record to 1 13 ABE WITH YOU ALL .1"1UiVAY.. iiJJ' .,:: t ,',

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Bradford High baseballerskept Bradford tied it 4.4 in the Bill Goodge followed with Lake City 12-BUS 3 second base and BUS loaded
it close for four Innings bottom of the third, four successive singles to score Columbia High proved an the bases. Jeffery Norman ",
Monday night but went down walks' forced in Jeffery Williams and Clark. unhospiUble host last singled to score Kilby. leaving ,
12-5 to Buchholz: High for their Norman with a run Mark Williams homered In Thursday March 23, the bases still loaded.. \ ,
iith: loss of the season to date In the fifth however, the lop of the fourth, in his walloping Dinky Kilby for Vt Marcus Cruce hit back to .. : : 1 y
against Just one win Buchholz scored four runs, sixth at-bat this season. hits and 12 runs In a one-sided the pitcher and Clark scored ', )
Keystone IIIgh bombed BHS 'making it 8-4. on two base hits Williams, went 2-for-2. 12-3 win over BHS. as Lake City tried for a double .:, }
t4-4last Friday March 24, and four walks. Play but got only Norman ,
and Lake City eased 12.3 by Bradford added a fifth run BITS added a fourth run in Kilby went the distance for going to second. Reddish ; T-1' ;;: ; I
the Tornado nine'' last In the bottom of the fifth four the top of the fifth when Dinky BHS, walking 5 and striking scored when Goodge grounded t
Thursday March 23 straight walks forced a run in. Kilby homered. Kilby went 2- out 4.BHS. to shortstop.BHS ,
Today Thursday( March Buchholz got one in the top of for-3 at the plate with a single scored all three of Its ended with four hits, ,
::101) the Tornado nine has a the sixth when a triple scoreda and a home run. runs in the top of the first. Ricky Browder added a single
double header scheduled in St. run and added 3 runs In the Mark Pridgen and Richard with a single Clark In the seventh. Lake City has 2
Augustine. One of the games seventh when the Bobcats had McDavid both went 2-for-3 to singed, and a slow roller to homers one by the pitcher .
lit a make up game. Next two triples. lead Keystone Heights to \the shortstop by Doug Reddishwas Burned, and one by third % \ j
home game Is Monday night, five inning win.Church. late on the force play at baseman Lowry. 0 ;
April 3. when BITS hosts Santa KIIS4- KIIS4 .
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FE at 7:30: p.m: Keystone hit everythingthree .,'
BHS threw last ,' \
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BUSS-Kiichholz 12 Friday( in taking a 14-4 win Lea Begin to ScrimmageAt iaNWr : I .. ;
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Bradford High played even over the hapless Tornado I
with Buchholz until the fourth nine. .. ,
inning Monday night. The K1IS had 10 hits and got 10 by Sylvia Wheeler 8 p.m., Brooker Baptist Madison St. Baptist Church at !
Tornadoes got within one run, walks from (he three BITS The Men's and Women's played Madison Street Baptist 9:30: pm.Friday. \ '
2-1. in the bottom of the first hurlers Mike Jackson 'hurch League are participating Church and Brooker took their ; Merchants vs. St. NIAI/
when Dinky Kilby walked started, went one-third inning In scrimmage gamesall first defeat of the games,. Edward's Catholic Church 7
stole second and scored on Bill allowed 2 hitsand 5 walks this week and next week dropping a score of 221. pm. First Baptist Church vs. I
Goodge's single. Kenny Clark relieved with one for practice. The final game of the Brooker Baptist at 8 p.m. ,
They got within one' run out in the first and pitched 1 Participating in the gamesare evening,at 9:30: p.m. saw Pine Ms. Godwin will try to fill I I'I }
again :t-4 in the bottom of the and one-third innings, givingup five new men's church Level Baptist being "leveled"by the extra time slot with : ;
second when two runs scored. 3 hits, walking 2, and league teams; Hope Baptist the Kingsley Lake Baptist another game but plans are -, i
Keith Northrup was admittedon striking out one. Bill.Goodge Church, Kingsley Lake Church men when they went still unmade as of Thursday. ,f
an error, went to second on came on |In the bottom of the Baptist Church Brooker down to a score of 214. Ms. Godwin had hoped to havea "
a passed bull and to third second and went the rest of the Baptist, New River Baptist The schedule for the rest of scrimmage game betweentwo !
when Mike Jackson groundedto five innings. Goodge allowed 2 Church and Pine Level the week is as follows: of the three City League I;
second and scored on a hits, walked 2, and struck out Baptist Church. The two re Wednesday; no games. Men's teams, McDonald's and ,
wild pitch. The second run one in 2 and' two-thirds turning teams from last year, Thursday; First Baptist' Waters' Bulldozing but
scored when Mark Williams innings. First Baptist and Madison Church Women vs. Dominoesat McDonald's Is participating in
walked 'and scored on a BUS scored two runs in the Street Baptist will have to 7 p.m. New River Bapt. the Gainesville Umpires
Goodge; single. BHS had the top of the second with two out. work hard to defend their Church vs. Pine Level at 8 Tournament beginning on
bases loaded with two out Mike Williams was admittedon former records. D.m. Mom Baotist 'ys. Friday night, March 31. .
when Kilby flew out to center a two-base error, and Mark There are only three, t ,
Jield .to end the. inning. Williams, Kennv C lark, and ,
.._.. ._ possily four.women's church .Umpires. .. .. .. :
nn"n minrnrlt ex". ..t."lesguerteartis H ,
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These three teams St. : NOTICE OF ZONING: : :
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Ladies Softball Team Edwards: Catholic: Church Softball Tourn'ejThis .' ., .
First Baptist Church andHope J' "
Baptist Church, have ,
Splits 1-1 This Week voted to let the only two Weekend CHANGE. :

womens open city league t
teams, the Merchants and the
IUISX-KKYSTONK4: IIIIS S-St. Augustine 11 I Dominoes, into the church The Gainesville Umpires .+' -+ r
league. This will mean, that, Association, a group of ._ --f I i- I
the lady Tornado Softball Waiting too late In the game should the First Baptist certified Amateur Softball .LEGEND' "', ; A I,' ,
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'hurch team Association (ASA) umpires ... fi'; I
team gave Keystone Heightstheir.first to begin hitting 'the bull, the womens split will host their annualUmpires' , ",,' ,. \ ....
there will be' six I
t loss of the season lady Tornadoes lost to SI. womens : I \' .,. I" .' / ,
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Monday 8.4.Nun Augustine Thursday 14-8: teams. As of this date, ',," <'. I .-Jrf-' ,
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Leading at the plate was however, there are only five Tournament this weekend.The r. I I f'' I .' i
only two errors defensively Betty Hudson and Terri! womens teams, tournament will consistof ., r. I I. /' I
Tornadoes were led Parrlsh. who were two for 20 teams from as far awayas I ,. .:' ,I' ; Ii"I, f I
to victory by Phyllis Sharpe four. Parrish and Sylvia Dominoes Merchants 2 Ocala. I r l I f, i. I I. !' '" ,. '
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mid Pal Wallace who were Jenkens both hit a home run Representing Starke in the 1 1: \ I r I. ..t "i. I
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two for three at the plate lor the team. The Merchants met the competition newly \ I' ;', r 1 I I.
Dominoes in the first of the formed McDonalds team. The ., I
scrimmage games at 7 p.m. burger-men will begin play on .JffJ. 0.-------- ,
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Palatka Rodeo BeginsThe on March 27,and lost,8-2. The Friday at 9 a.m.; when they : ,r 7'y. .. ., -1'/ !
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Dominoes but after one bad team I. L .. ..... 7. ''' .rtjr ,.. .,.. -- :<;. I
The will be played onGainesville' '" : -fj' I I I.
inning and many' errors the games :J 'It..J'Fl:' .
annual. Fifth p.m' 'r. ,
lath formances will be at 8 : = .....1'j' ,
Westside Park 1 : :t !, I'
District Rodeo sponsored by and Sunday's performance defeat.Merchants fell to their first. fields which consist of threefullsized ,., I. '; P -" ,\ .. l ...; ,!',,, h. !'jI '! I .r .., \', I Ii
the Palatka Horsemen's Club, will be at 2:30:: p.m. There will 7 -. ,
The second of the softball-baseball \ I-I/.I 7tr .I"'t. ;
will be held March: through be six big events including game .. ._ ; .
will be / /
evening pitted the First fields. The games : 'r17J11"lili! 'i'ilnll' ,. 'I
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bareback riding saddle bronc Baptist/ Men against the Hope played simultaneously :' I '.:.. : 1
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The rodeo will located atIhellorsemun'sClubarena : '
off barrels, bulldogging and bull and the Hope men fell, 23-8. to There will be ample play. I j I \r: '/"I .".... ..i1l. ., """
riding. the former Men's Church ground equipment for \d -wmi.fc ;/ : ::0 w. j! .', ,
IIw '. 19 in Palatka. League champs.At children to play on, as well as :. ,.; ; ; !; : ::;:"1 .1.1I i
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the The GUA will furnish a con- ., : "". 11 ; I
and 9:30: Hope Baptist : r \ ..rl ; lIL'J"
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dunce Saturday night at 10. Church women met the St. cession stand.McDonald's i a\:" ''lJ.fTif llq/ ,. J' l
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invited to
women. won bya are -
La nth I.H11L'rFishermen ;, :! ltilt";!:;;/ .
score of 7-6 at the end of the said Co-director of the tourn ) $ t' -\ -, 'I, 1 :;q; : :;""' .{ ?' : "" 1 '
hour time limit. ament Mansolo. J. ;' "" \' : ,. : ', I .
one Jimmy .. : mii :1' '
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vivid Imaginations. that o [ ]c1'sr llQJ TOOLS ., .r :..1' .!:tt."" .. f.?. .!.i>*."iu.iMiN '.. "j: I I'r.
Tall tales of the big one '" }"" i-J1 ', .1
legend but I '". ":!"\ .. Y. II. ..... '
got away are ,, ,' '. .t 1" '!'I! .' j .. I \
recently u Jacksonville angler TOOLS ,. '_ .,- ." .LI_"r ::. ._I ..!t.".. ,' ,! ;>' :,*.,_ .., : ;k .' t ,1I.
only the story of the NATIONAL GUARD -I. .r II. .-'''"., I
had not ARMORY .. ,). ; ',' ".... ,: 1'j. ( ..J,
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of his tale. ALL AND GUARANTEED .W'.. ,71-' '. ', ." ...J. I
the validity H NEW I : : ;....1p"\l\ ,'." r .r .
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Bo Knight '
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the lakes fishing in the for Ocala bass in National one of Roll Around Tool Boxes, Table Saws, Drill Preses Vises, HI : I, ,. ''fr.j \ C' :, _,\" ;. : :.: ., I I
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Forest when that once,occurred.In a Air Compressors, Matre Saws Air Impact Wrenches "*.I. br' *,j'..", $' / f.; "" ,. s-.I' r ,,";y.:':. \ 11t ":

rare Knight while, air avid strike bass fisher o (a/a" To 1" ),Grinders: ;, Routers, BeltjSanders, Air Sanders. 1 :" ; ear" + ./ r ,. v.I v ,.."..J.""..;" "' ..

man, knew his fish was something Drills Buffers Socket' Sets ( '/:' 'To '1"), Drive WrenchT 1 ..* s .' ... &' ;, I t "--.U> "/h' t >(iaI .
ordinarybut .'. '". < / '-" -v.* .' -." '"i** M'T, .' f fCITYOFSTARKE \
out of the '" I "r", .
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when he had landed him.even Sets, Electric Saws s&K, Chicago Pneumatic. L ,r: '...,.,.-. .:fI.'t '.1-/r:, :r'. "" ." : ;J' .i'':<''. I,1: .I
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A quick trip to the Northeast Lots Of Items For The Women ....j... I ,
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excitement to be justified .;i -
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Knight'sbass '
weighed. ; '
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tipped the scales at 14 S I. S The City of Starke proposes to.rezone the land .':';: '; '. ',' : f
pounds 9 ounces not a record 300 in Retail Merchandise : ;

but record an for exceptional a bass first is fish.19 lunker Ibs.The To Be Given Away During The Sale within the area shown in the map in this advertisement.. '. :' ','i,. J \
This was not the
Knight had taken. but it was a Bring This Ad For Part Of The Free Drawing: I

personal personal best.record His was previous a 14 (One Per Family, Please) ""' A public hearing on the rezoning will be held on !

''pounder. Knight would not Lamar Williams, ,Auctioneer River City Auction }
the name of the lake / 978 7:00 at the Hall Starke Florida
divulge r April i : p.m. City ,
but laid Lie. No. BT ut 3
lie had been fishing Come See Wild Bill Decatur AL_ ... ,-*! Ii I
he had been using a plastic
worm on 25 pound test line.

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i The sale of 223 acre south Hazel II. Nolan, Conley J. Bush and wife to Lawrence T. Oglesby, and WA. Mosley and wife to Leonard C. Rowe and wife '
of Brooker for $250,000 unremarried widow of Walter Jerry Dampier and wife, a wife to Duel Hudson and wife, Charles K. Norman and wife to William Q..Cruce and wife, *
brought the December land II. Nolan to A.S. Green and parcel of land containing 3 a parcel oJ: land containing NH of East three quarters ofSWV WV4 of SOm of NWV4 of SEV4,

Bales to $1.166,614. bringing wife, a part of Sections 19 and acres NWV4 of NEV4 of 35, 7.13 acres, In the SEV4; of of NEV4, S4, T63 R22E. S34, T6S R22K: $6,050. _
the total land sale for 1977 to 30. T7S H21E/ $13.600. T6S, R22E. $3,000. NWV4, Of S34,. TOS. R22E" $35,500. ,: 4j: ; tL i i. .
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over $12 million. Maitland Whitehead and Jon C Harrison and wife to 14000. Mary Elizabeth Norris w ,-
wife to Lena Tlmmons, Lot 8, Lawrence C. Gibson and wife, Desta Dyal, Judith R. Stephen A. Hunter, NE cornerof 4 .,

Sale of the property from Block 16, North Reno axparcel of land situated In Berard, Delbert Casey, Beryl 818, T7S, R20E. $15,000.
Clyde Cone and wife to Ralph Subdivision, 1500. 12. T9S, R22E $34,000. CaReY and John P. Casey to Marvel M. Columbia to J.J. 4

Elvin Hazen and Richard Harold t::. Crawford and John A. Torode and wife to Paige Chilson and wife,The Wolbert, Jr. and wife, NW f ORIDA 4 ATH arf'"
Ward Hazen of Lake Butler wife to Terry A. Gaines and First United Methodist North 4874 feet of the '6975 corner of the NWVt of the 1.

Included four parcels: 38.4 wile S19 15S, R22E, 35500. Church of Starke, S20, TBS. Feet of that portion of the NWV4 of said S17, containing P
acres 6 acres, 14.45 acres and John F. Robertson and wile R22E, $4,300.James NE4 of the SWMt that, lies Loa acres, more or less, '
165 acres In Section 17., to Faye E. Strickland, all of DeSue to Veronica East of State Highway too, In $38.500. = -PRISONS,, i,4
Township 7S. Range 20) East. Block 13 of the Twon of DeSue a parcel of land S3. TOS. R22E 5000. .,. .> J. -
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William Henry and ..:. ,,
The 22385 acres, south ol Lawtey, also diagonal Lot 2, situated In the SE'/4 of NWV4
Brooker at the Alachua'. Town of Lawtey, S23, T5S, of S21. T6S, R22E, $100 wife to Humberto Gonzalezand w -I i
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County line sold foi R22E S34.I.( ( ( Veronica DeSue to James wile Lot 9, Block6.!' o 4 a ilp w ,, y .a ,, N 1..j

approximately $1.116 per Abner Yarbrough to Edith DeSue, SE corner of the SEV4 Saratoga\ Heights, Unit No"" 2, i f I ,,,

acre Mckinley, S26, T5S R22E, of NWVi Of S21, T6S, R22E, 20500. Junior Lee.'''and?": C1 '"
Herman
containing 10 acres, more or $100 .
In comparison with less, $100Harry W.V. Forsyth, Jr. and wife wife to John L. Bradleyr Jr. ww J hrJ'
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previous month this. :year! ,.. Planer I Faulkner and .tgFrancesJ.TaylorNEA4olthe .and o/f!535!!' E4'TIIS QIE'/4 ot W'. of.'SE44 '. .., '. 0\;...",;,.t.'. "( I,!'. .. .
January sales were: $890,351 ; wile to Stewart Zeno A>uncan NEi/4 of the 51':1or ; R22E.' $5epo.Douglas .'1"" '' "o:' w- MA
February; 'ISBO.mH; March and wife, 11.013.10: feet square'In Section 10, T7S,'R22E; $12,000 P. 'Hard 'H to : I Iall

$618 6B6.; April $777,203; May, SK corner of) NEw of NWV4 Keystone Developers of Douglas P. Hardy and Lowell .
$074.SIX); June, $2H8.800; July of S.2H. T5S, U2IJo:, containing Bradford Inc. to Arthur E. S Vickery, NW corneru of "
ng $1,2: J.RH3.; August, $1,483,931; 2.8 acres more or less, $100.' Powell and James E. Powell: NE 4 of SW'4 S21, T8S,' R22E,

gl September $720,400.( October, The Ott Corporation to Lots 12, 16, 21, Block 15 andLot $100 1 IfflMBT.
November, Charles William Block Club Thomas and wife to
TM .2.13,2,300.. Finely a 7, 17, Keystone
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$1.106,614 The year's total fractional Section 12, T9S, Archie Kittles, Jr and Edna $65,000.Frederick ',' '

was $12,158,493. K22E. $5.900Bemlce! ). M Kittles to Evelena Kitties, "
I'M M. Butler widow of Lot 11 of Block 13, S23: T5S, 'J'' :
? Prices of transactions are James A. Butler to Bernice M. K22E. $100. :' 1..t $
I'l figured( from documentary tax Butler, Leon W Butler and ;

ay stamps affixed to deeds filed James I. Butler, as joint EF Caldwell and wife to .

I n In the office of the county tenants with right of Irle John Hamilton and wife, ....

I.ho clerk survivorship, Lot 16, all that part of S',. of NWV4 of ../ I 11 ri1
I Smokerl e, $100. NW of S35 T5S, U22E,
I/ It Ilk Yeargin to Embrose I N)

IMllPn William Clifton, 4 parcels In Edward Norman and wife to $3,000.Geneva Lake Estates, Inc. + \ LLN N ?a. 1 ,

)og S'* of WE'4 of Section 13, TBS, Herbert E. Norman and wife, to Donald M. Hale and wife, rtJ a N ;..: y sLWJSwt'; ':
R22B $100James ME corner of the SW'',4 of SB'4 Lots 4 & 5, Geneva Creek, ,aw Yrx ..1. .. r/: .: ,_. .$ ._: ,I "rr,, l

L. Nicholson and of S29. T6S, H22E $100. $23000 r .. r. .. I In !
-m wife to Charles Torak and Rose Harrington to Ricky 1, // Wr nw N \ ; 1a/4V r !i "
ke ) Lake Maurice Lee and wife NE r j. CrorbpI
wife, Lot 54 Crystal ,
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corner of the SE''< of NW4 of ...
Homesites, $2,3(10( 39 T3fc V7. is
SE'4 of S34. T6S, R22E 3600. .
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sot Leighton M Vincent Jr. to .r !i ,
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I me Barbara J. Tanker ly, Lot 31 Donald F. McRae and wife ..... -:' a '3u I)'. N I ? w. ; :y 1y ?.,eoA, :
'ing Block 9, Keystone Club to Paul II. Faulkner and wife, ,../j. : -L' al I 1 fi Sampson wl, -
of land situated In the -
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Unit
1 Estates: I. 26633.
ntf William Robert Gordon and S'a' of the NE,4 Of S36, TCS, ---

ize wire 10 William It Austin and R21E, $4800Donald. ( ;_ ,? 1 3tl I.I I.

lei Mary E. Austin a parcel of F McRae and wifeto lt1 .' 1 '
Joseph B Bukken, III and \ --
COI land containing 0.81 acres
I ccle lying partly In the SW'4 of wife a parcel of land situatedIn ) $ &
the S'a' of the NE'' of S36.TBS ) i
U NK'i: and partly in SE'.t of \ z"y ;
teaprch NW'i' iif S17. Tfl..o;. H22K. $100 H21 E. $13.300 .
1 Marvin A. Sellers and wife Town and Country Homes of '
Lot 2 East: Central Florida Inc. to ieoo;
n to Anne Trrwillegar
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tlTl Block 2, a portion of the SWH Richard Sob/ack and wire ) .. i' ;

I ird.li of NE': of S3I: T6S R22E, Lot 4 and E''liI of Lot 5, Block 3, .. tC\5 S

$20.UOO. $22.500.) ,,,_.. ....-'. .
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New L Ist'lin as
Jacques of the East Central Florida Inc to Larry Supernault and wife D. Johnson to '. 1 IIawINw1 ,,' 1 .
representative ,
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personal M. Crawford and David Settles S28 T6S M. Johnson Lot 5 of .nor.Y i..J
Frances to F Gladys Y. wl.' It r qh'1' .'
Mratha .
ty Iq I III Estate of Schick Lot 6 and of Lot Block 33 of J.M. Johns H- .. e ., R+1. 771 a Atl .. w .. U I
deceased! to Melba K llgen wife W'n 5, R22E, $2,166.Freddie S ** N .':::.r \l7la I 0.. _" .... '
Block 3, $22,500.Mildred Rogers and wife to addition to the Town of Starke, Eddie Allen and wife to \, ,,:[ ... -
and Frank Ilgen, SW'a' of Lot .rf. v --""'{* '. ...... ... ,
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S. Harper and wife Elid. Blagg and wife, SB, T7S, $100 Shirley Ramsey, a parcel of ..a.. _, .
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9. 6. Block 3, Keystone Heights Parkin to .. .". .
Vance Hayden \ ,
to James P Meece and wife R2OE $1,566.Longchamp. Taft Gilmore and wife to land containing 24 oJ" .
acres,
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9, Cemetery. $UK). Anne Zee and Steven G. 1' _,
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Lots 36 and 38 on Oak Avenue, Homes Inc. to Robert White, the W41 feet of NEV4 of SWV4 of S31,. T7S. ., 1 .
SEIof S24 and in If- ....'"
IIm. Crystal Lake Homesites, Jerry R. Wilson and wife a the E71 feet of the N346 feet of R22E. $10,000.Seeber Thomas 01 I .. ,I.... ........ '".
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Jennie 10: Testone and wife in T6S
S25 R21E I
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$7,700( parcel of land situated in the Block 17, $30,000. A. Johns and wife In ;' .. .
II to John T Owens and wife. Lot Park M Cheshier, widow NWV4 of S5, T7S, R22E. Virgil. Heiken and wife to Samuel Alvin Johns the E'/i' 2500. rL I c.
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37 of I'arkwood, $23: .OOO< ). S. to Lucille :::,
an Stanley Noegel > {
and survivor of an estate by $34900 Harry B. DeWItt and wife one of SWV4 of SEVi of 51, T6S, i
W Hos to W It. Emo and W. i ,,, "- .'
Covey the entireties of George W. Nadine Cannon to square acre in the NEV4 of the R20E, containing 20 acres, Early George Early, \. :v" f-J: .
and Lot 9, of SEV4 West .
wife Hampton Cheshier., deceased to Betty Claradean Clark Wilkes S25, NW',4 of S29, T6S, R22E, more or less, $100. her husband SV4 t. ..
Oaks, lying( and being; in Sr. of Railroad in S32, TSS, R22E, L.\ mi
Rowe and Sue and Leon
R2IE Underhill
| onIUI Whitney, as T5S containing $8,500. Reginald f"\J.-
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T7S R21 E, .
i,700. joint tenants with an 19.48 acres, more or less, $100. Rowland Richards to Virgil and wife to James Young and 2500. \. ..."..il"
rote Jack M Courtnay to undivided.1 '1'2 interest each Hazel II Nolan to Alan L. F Heiken or Magdalene MHeiken wile Julia Underhill. and Wayne E. Douglas and ." .. T.. K AT*rJ .
William W Dodge and wife Lets ,4 and 5 of Block 2 of Messmore and wife a part of SE corner of, Lot 89 Vernon Underhill and wife Arthur B. Patray to Robert L. '' .."" MS&s'JkS. '.". I .;i .

[ AIM nrt Lot Hampton 5 of Oaks Block Iteplat B. Lake lying Dowling's Park Subdivision, Section 19 and 30, T73, R21E, and 60 Woodlawn S13, TSS', 528. T6S. R22E, $100 Yeager land lying and wife In the, a parcel E three of .' .:;, ;, :: : r.:tl-.,. .' ,..,.,.;:;;,
$100( R22E. $1.000. Comer D. Edwards and f"l' I
$13,000.( ..
and in S.3 'I7S of the of the '
C_ being R21E Dorothy Baker to Slarke Longchamp Homes, Inc to Harold W. Epps and wife to wife, Dave Paulk and wife, quarters SWV4 "" '- :-- ') ,
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R22E
TSS ,
.!900)( of S17 .
$2
Motor Court, all of Lots 4, 5, 6, John L. Hughey and wife, S5, Jack D. Schiller and wife, SE and Jack Underhill and wife to SW/4 J 4
nla'nut' Jilekt.! Courtnay to Garnie 7. and a pot lion\ of Lots 8.9.10, T7S, R22E 38000. corner of the NE1/: of SEV4 of Thomas J. Hollingsworth and $18,000. '.fII'.'., tr .,11 .
; LecSundide and Lot Wilson and wife to nlnra x
toUt | wife. 23, and 11, of Block 20 of Temple's Sam Williams to Robert L. NE'i S29, TIIS, R22E $500 Wife, S28, T6S, R22E $10,000. LN. \ I 'y i L
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Lot
Lake Thien and wife 1
Hampton Oaks lying Addition $100 Scott and wife and Jimmie John 1>. Patterson III to James Hilton Faulkner and Robert V. '
| it and and the West 14 feet of ileSarnia .
ture1o being in S25 T7S R21E Geneva Lake Estates, Inc. Scott and wife, SW corner of Thomas M. Pinner, Jr and wife to J. Warren Carver and 23-A !
I vat $".500( ). to I Donald W Sh.ickloford and the NWl' of the SW 4 of S22, wife Lot 68 on Oak Avenue In wife, E'* of Elk of SE'/4 of Lot 23 of Crosby Lake. Inlet, ..
B and .
:o to Eugene Thomas M Taylor Kaimondo wife and wife. Lott., Geneva Oaks TbS. R22E 3050. Crystal Lake Homesites, NEV4 528, TSS, R21E, $100. $10000 Shuford and wife to N-
$-1:1.300.Gt.'Orges': Thomas F. Brown and wife 2000. Home Security Corporationto George / I'v
idly ode. S19. TVS. R22E, Lamar Eunice and ,
$11,000 Properties, LTD to to David R Brown and wife, a Roy Nathon Iloffler and Arel Vernon Rhoden and Eugene .
milllor' Herbert A. Payne and wife James J. Murphy and wife a parcel of land containing 1.98 wife to Gerald E. Browm NE 'wife, NW corner of Lot 54, wife, E520 feet of the NWV4 ofNWII. :. .
I cd to James A Oann. Jr. and portion of the NE' of the acres in the SE>. of NW',4 of corner of the NWV4 of SWV4, Woodlawn Subdivision in S31, of NEV4, S24., TSS, /.UAf \" T ,

I mal| wife SIB. T5S. K22K. $55.000 NW'' of S6. TOS. R22E. $3,200( S17, 16S, R22E, $2,166. S34.: T6S R22E $12.500 TSS. R22E, $3.500. R22E, $1,100. acres, In the NE'/4 of NWV4 of 1\ Robert H. Bell and wife to. (
NEV4 of S27 TSS EVE $100. Leonard C McElhenny and
mlcycN t Herbert K Norman and Luther Griffis and wife to Luther Griffis and wife to Georgia Bell Brown to ;, The Ott Corporation to JohnW. Leo Dyal and wife to Ruth Sermon to Christopher I I wife a parcel of land situatedin

| wife to Edward: Norman and Leslie Jackson and wife a Doyle Griffis and wife a Leonard C. Rowe and wife. McDaniell and wife, Lot 5 Leonette A. Dyal, a parcel of C. Chambers and wife, NE the NE',4 of SW01>\ S31, _
wife NE corner of the SW'' 1 of parcel of land containing( 1.83 parcel of land containing 109 parcel I: SW corner of the of Block "A" Seminole Ridge land containing 1.07 acres In corner of NWV4 of NE,4, S29, T6S R22E, 2700.
erh.i. the SE': 6f 5>29, T6S. R22E. acres. In the SW'' i of SW4 of acres. In the SW!4 of SW4 of NE'4 of SIO T7S. R22E, : Unit No. 4, 10000. the NWV4 of NEV4 of 526, T5S, T7S. R22E, $100. Leland A. Brown and wife to
$IIM'' SJ. T7S. R22E. $11"( ,. S2 TVS R22E, $100 parcel II: SW corner of the ,' R22E, $100. Itt Rayonier Incorporated to Drew B. Hall and wife, a
Ailh
Gladys; Robinson to Andrew NE'4 of the NE'4 of Sill, T7S I IK22E. I Walter T. Hughes and Roy demons and wife to State of Florida for right of parcel of land bounded on the

A. Uobinson and benjamin Luther Griffis and wife to Luther Griffis and wife to $10.000Meta Christine Hughes, formerly Roy R. Clemons and wife, S31, way $100.Cassie South by Sampson Lake, in
MtVicars Frazier, E'" of N'j' Donald L. Curtis and wife a Lawrence L. Griffis and wife S. Pope to Edwin R. husband and wife to C. TSS, R22E. $100. Seabright to Lula S27 T6S, R21E. $8.500.
of SW' of SK'i of NK: 4 of parcel of land containing 1.07 a parcel' of land containing1.020cres.lntheSWI.orSWI Perry and wile N105 feet of Douglas Miller\ S'/i of the Wilbur Stephens and wife to Bell Terrell 59, T6S R22E, James L. Andrews and wife
.* bJi.( T5S IU2K, containing 2''" acres in the SW'. of SVV'4' of '44 the W500 feet of S26 TBS, SEV4 of the SWV4 of S25. T5S, Rod Allen Crawford and wife, containing 1 acre. more or to James R. FInn, Lot 7 of
acres, more or less, $283. S2. T7S R22E. $100 of S2, T7S R22E $100. R22E, 12166. R22E, $2,000. a parcel of land containing 2.5 leis $100. Golf View. $6.000.

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it'I and I I Crystal... Lake Residents Waiting'-" .,for Warm Weather and Swarms of.' Plain Old Flies II 1


udctl They belong to the order perhaps covering each day n) ?

;lrd.TIotdQ. Diplcra, but to residents of and putting out fly bait and -I- !
: Crystal Lake and the spray at the dump would help

I.thcfh surrounding area everyone Is I alleviate the problem this i
me waiting to see if the warm t year.
alankr weather brings( a swarm of 1 //w .
clam old flies tSF- A Crystal Lake resident,

:k Ie: Luke residents recently Mrs. Fred Poole said each
or approached the Bradford year the flies have gotten
ipaterFL County commission complaining worse In the summer time
of Inaction about fly until her family could not go
outside to eat because flies
::' breeding at the Santa Fe f ri
IJ'kl'1ch'\ landfill off SR 100 A visit to ,,,, rr M covered the food. y

that landfill Tuesday, March lE I
teach .14. found very few flies but 44reau, Visiting Donald Smith's i a. N t
J&. ... r farm few flies ,
the weather has been cold. chicken very

lit Even a look at the Keystone ", ';..L '_ "1 4w 1 were seen. Smith said he uses

<< dump where wet garbage has .' J... '\ s ...;, in excess of $100 a week in .
applhtlk been laying on the ground for ..... Ci spray under a University of
days saw little evidence of fly .... 'ii\ $ f Florida program to control
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I breeding insects. $roith said he was
cole) -,-. .
wad, Accompanied by Bradford bothered last summer by
f County sanitarian Darrell ; fr'4 adult flies that are breeding ,
Mea< O'Neal people questionedsaid t! elsewhere Just as much as the /
11 ,fcdp if the warm weather Is lake residents. Smith noted .

rhalf1 anything like last year there iw the area has two major lakes
r will be flies in large quantities. 't Crystal and Magnolia Camp

irkey ( surrounded by
chips At the Santa Fe dump the I Blanding woods orange trees

t buttUi garbage is being separated J f and cattle. The lake is the only Plies' of wet garbage 'lay uncovered at the Keystone Heights dump on a visit Tuesday. March J
into scrap metal which Is sold 1 non-agriculture use In the 14. An employee said It often Is days before a bulldozer I Is available to come to the dump to bury ('
or buried yard trash, and area. Also a northwlnd from the garbage. Bradford County sanitarian Darrell O'Neal toured both the Keystone dump and the I
household garbage. Landfill J Starke blows across agriculture Santa Fe landfill on I comparison blllls.

employees agreed ceiore a acreage bringing the
permit was received for L T1 file to the<
i used another for area garbage an open land pit was + )i summer for moisture. Rep. Williams Office Closed Apr 113-June 2 ,to

breeding was a problemLandfill fly Santa Fe l landfill employee J.W. llulsey covers the garbage and packs It down several times Ina i U'Neal said he does not I
pit about 23 feet deep and 100 feet across. make routine Inspections of
employees say they The Starke office of Statd 334
unless nuisanceor
the landfill, a number
at Tallahassee Is
are now burying
much
as merclal and non-residents of from the Mrs unsanitary complaint i Is Representative Frank Rep. Williams'/ phone (904) I
Charles -
garbage as possible each day cussed by tractor operator J. dump. Williams. D-Dlst 25, will be 4881304.
if weather permits The pit W Hul ey. Almost all the Bradford County must Marshall said the flies have lodged. He then Investigatesand closed from April 3 through
about 25 feet deep, is sand at garbage brought in during the purchase coupons from the been a problem In the past. makes follow-up calls June 2 during the Florida Hampton Fire Under InvestigationBradford
the bottom and clay near the day is taken care of before courthouse but are not With the weather cold this until. a situation Is corrected. legislative session. -

top and In wet weather the Hulsey goes home, but the city restricted from using the year, she said there has not ., As the weather warms up The local office will reopen County Sheriff occupied by her daughter
Rebecca Rhoades
ground becomes too slick and of Starke has keys to the gate dump. Hulsey said as many as been any smell' but she does the fly problem will either June S.During. Department and the state fire was
: again or will have nvritialari located at the Intersection of 1
unsafe for the bulldozer to and garbage Is often brought 12 large truckloads are notice smokey burning. A happen the above .im.-jcd: Investigating a
cover the garbage and run In after dark and on weekends brought in each day, in problem that does exist she t been taken care' of by daily Rep. Williaml' office In Tall' suspected! arson in Hampton. \ SR-18 and SR-22I Hampton.'' r
the
1 ippuurorkll over it several times to pack it which Is not covered immedi- addition to the smaller loads. said Is packs of stray dogs/ that covering at dump and nassee will be open to serve was reported I2.-10::) aim Hampton fire department' .
down.A ately, The dump also serves roam the area Mrs. Marshallsaid .. using Insecticide, said his constituent. The TalK Friday morning volunteers responded to the
'At this point it I Is call. The concrete block home
O'Neal. just
problem covering the Independents and Another stop was to a the flies have been Capitol
the office
city of very city I Is In the The horn, owned
J I garbage each day was -dill.ci.I. -: Keystone Height. Com- mobile home about 200 yards bad In the past,summers but wait and see; he added. House Office Building Room Maw Water Lime by, Anna and assessed destroyed.I at. $7,973. was totally






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STICKER PRICE 0382.10 Standard Tuna .Rado g f Heeler .6 Cy Stock No. 50 17 f

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Twelve-year-old Barbie Mr. and Mrs. Scott Sackett of Harris Michelle Grlffls, Plcklea-Relliihes.: 2)) Alan

Newport was the Junior Brooker. Annette Balkcom Mary Secrest 3> Doll Waters,. and
sweepstakes winner In the 4-H Winners are listed: I 1) blue Wright BarbiNewpgrSusieNewport Lynn Waters.
Division of the Fair with her ribbon. 2) red ribbon 3) white : Sherry Herndon, Marmalades-Jamst' 1))
hand stitched quilt. ribbon. Diane Khoden, Alan Secrext, Lynn Waters.
The daughter of Mr andy Millie Cupchart.: Angela Preserves t 2)) Lynn
Mrs Max Newport of Lawtey. BAKED PRODUCTS Boyett, and Shawn Hart Waters *, < ?
Barbie used scraps from Exhibit: of I\It'rl&.11) Lisa y' +r
home and from other 4-H Club Candles 1)) Deborah Lynn and Lynn Waters. CLOTHING r
members. She worked on her Green. Priscilla Welch Cindy .
project from October until Douglas, 2)) Susie Welch. BREADSMuffina(2)Uarla: Apron 2)) Susie Newport. 'r'rI
February said Barbie with Cookies 1)) Deborah Tote bailor Hand bag 1)) .
Instruction from her 4-H club Green. 2)) Cindy Douglas. )' Roberts, Angela Boyett,Jody Rising, 2)) a M
leader Mrs Orleman. Cakes (Plain) 1) Debbie and Doll Waters. Shirley Anderson,' 3)) Michelle 4 s-.
Bradford Middle school Roberts, Donna Mowry, and Quick Bread Loaf 1)) Griffis. '
eighth grader Robby Harris Doll Waters. Brenda 8 wek. CaM!. Poncho or' Vest 3)) I I
was the-II senior division .4-H Cakes (Decorated appear. Michelle Muse. i
sweepstakes winner Ills ante only! II) Tammy CANNEIPtO1)UCTS: Blouse or Shirt: 1)) Annette
entry on How Insect Affect Barnes Kenneth Howard, Balkcom, Amy Black,
Florida Wildlife was done Tootsie Tucker. Lisa Tucker Vp/tt'tablu/ : 2)) Lynn Tammy Moody, Melissa May,
under wildlife Instructor Phil Debra Orleman, Caro Waters 3)) Doll Waters. Susie Welch, Rhonda Truitt, 4 t
I nil G lney. Robby Is the son of Fussell, Deena Cox. Rlcki Fruits: 2) Lynn Waters. Joy Bell Donna Mowry_ 2))
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i aerator. KO nClOtID" w NQHISE TRAILER i 4-H Junior division sweepstakes winner Barbie Newport Florida Wildlife. The son of Mr and Mrs, Scott Sackett of
'aYI :. NEXT pp R shows her hand stitched sweepstakes winning quilL Barbie 12. Brooker. this Is Robby's first Fair entry
n a sixth grader at Lawley Elementary the daughter of Mr. and
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n'hn .* Mrs, Max Newport.
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ud( : 011:1.: ''j r 4 ,;/ W\. Angela Boyett, 3)) Regina gauchoa. etc) 3) Shelley Curtains Rugs: J) Melissa. Rourket Brand! Herndon, and.
)r1g .. 1 '. "O' I 'II' ''I .q.' ,0 f :r'l 1 .' / Ratinick. Slkes. Gee, Debra Orleman. Barbie Jody Rising.
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Ir I'... ". )' l I' jl I' J..-JJ.Q1 J' Skirt 1)) Ann Truett, Jumpsuit: 3) Lisa Tucker. Newport (Sweepstakes), Woodworking: 1) Brad
ln .. I. I.i' ., lJ.r./I'r---; I .." 1'1\. .,, r .J'- Angela Boyett Lynn Hill, 2)) 3-Plece: Outfit: 3)) Regina Shawn Hart Cox, Greg Lewis, Mark
'1 W C. : \ I h \\I'' :' jl jffi ltt J Rhonda Truett. Crews Eddie Seawick
3 -_ '! : 11iiiiW\; ,. /y.t; Rosnlck. Exhibit of Merit II Tootsie Eu
.'ke. .. jC -- ... ._.. ..". .l u"::C. ..:r. :JIo...: .'1I....,. ...,., Dress or Jumper 1)) Evening Wear 2)) Joy Bell. Tucker Doll Waters, Lynn gene Amelt. Linda Hodge
"it:.... -- : .. .j :.... Michelle Stilwell, Tammy Crocheted Clothing: U) .Waters, Sharri Dobbs, Amy 'Tralupus ,Oramdy, Cheryl
me'J"at .. ",,.,.;, ...... '.,' ,.,..,:,...,, .-,4, !:",__--- .- ...'.f.---r' --';;' ,ro" ..;0.: I Mann, Doll Waters Lynn I Stacey Hayes. Black Tammy Moody, Deedwcll Curtis Jones,''
Waters, Barb! Newport, 2)) Jimmy Banks, Randy Merritt, Rhonda Whitman Don Green,
.Inll Judy Strickland, Mary HOUSEHOLD ARTS Donna Marsh, Randy Pam Arnett Doug Green,.
Ito nil Wright Balkcom 2) Deborah Green. Alan Secrest,. 2)) Ronnie
Wall Hangings: J 1)) Donna Deena Cox, Audrey Pierce, Kneedwvll Rhonda Truett,
i let DAYS Mowry, Gail Arnett. Wynette Roger Dobbs, Annette Bobby'Adams. Mickey Keed-
: :: E! Joiner Rebecca Anderson, Balkcom. Billy Secrest. 3) well Lamar Barnes, Billy Se-

i c( W'""" rAIEAGLEI.1 I ** Thursday, Friday and Brenda Bawek. Ann March, Darla Roberts, crest.Project
0. Decorative Pillow or Doll Waters and Gina Arnett. of Merit: 1)) Randy
e te and : .
) .,' fakd' Saturday Stuffed Animal: 1)) Stacey HORTICULTURENonFlowering Starling. Robby Harris

nIIIi Hayes, Susie Newport, Jody (Sweepstakes), Doug Green,
Rising, 2) Randy Starling, HousePlants Brian Davis, Angela Boyett,
Tird Suzanne Dyal. : 1)) Pam Arnett, 2) Cindy Douglas,'2)) Don Green.
Holiday Crafts: 1)) Debbie Randy Balkcom.
Sii Prices Parrish, Suzanne Dyal. Flowering iloune Plants
cr Framed Pictures (any 2)) Donna McDavld.
Yrv media): I 1)) James Banks, Hanging Baskets: 1)) Doll BUS To Send 7

Paula Kay Anderson, 2) Billy Waters, 2)) Donna McDavid.
Secrest. Terrariums; 1)) Mark '

i! !10 t the fantastic values! Save up 68% 2)) String Pam Art Arnett: 1),Alan 3)) Secrest Eugene Crews.Container Ornamentals 1)) Students to State

Arnett Donna McDavid. Bradford County schoolswill
v Macrame: 1) Rusty Exhibit of Merit: If) Mark send seven students to the
:I ) 1 Sullivan, Stacey Griffis, Crews Cindy Douglas state science fair during the
: \ Debbie Roberts, Donny month of April, Including
it- -t Mowry, Doll Waters Lynn Teresa Knepper, a top winnerat
IIr .; { Waters, Kim Kimberly, Jan MISC. PROJECTS the Suwannee Regional
r ( \ a.IOHT SHRINK-TO-FIT A Kimberly, Wynette Joiner Science Fair held March 16-17
I""e0a Brenda Bawek, Kimberly Leather Craft: 2)) Lynda .at Lake City Community
JEANS FOR MEN!
Eli w N Buhler, 2)) Tony Anderson. Griffis. College.
UIGtPf 2) James Lamps: 's 1) Wayne Cribbs,
IU' Decoupage: Teresa was co-winner with a
loll r' .- ,. .1 83 t 1 Banks, Debbie Roberta Alan Ken Howard, Mark Gee, Union County student for first
=" YUIMLmale ."fh'3y, .,:J'Jt.\ .. 'I i 4, F Secrest.3' ) Lynda GrlfCls.Tabto \ Bruce Howard, James M. place in the best of physical
ii; f f. ,. ., WERE 4?>wr I Appointments: 1)) Herndon, James Orleman.. science projects in the senior
.... 1VS ( Cindy Lynn' '2)) Sharon Randy Harris, Marvin division. Overall, the BUS stu-
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/MY AVS : LAVE: .... :...:.":bb..a.Sownna..n.I.l. : Fussell. Gail Arnett. Wright, Jr., 21* Guy Wayne ted againstapproximate

rotano 1 conversel motion-donlm top, rlmfod woiah!aUekod 100H \ =.. Ceramics: 1) Susan Parrlsh. 135 other stu-
lor mvfmt duroMMtirlPlral _'a- Navalany. Poster Craft: 1Billy dent projects from the coun-
quoin In-'.2-a. .... Crocheted Articles: n) Secrest, 2)) Brandt Herndon, ties of Bradford Union,
ut l0 t j EAGLE 10W-40 OH. EAGLE tV BATTERY 4-PK.LAUREL TISSUE DECK SNEAKERS ..Srv Deena Cox, Audrey Price. Khandice Herndon. Baker, Hamilton Columbia,
.
WCNI 1.96 r Embroidered Articles: 1)) Recreation: I 1)) Khandice Lafayette and Suwannee.
WAS 39c 7s 2 25c was 66c >M Deena Shroud, 2) Ken Howard
I In .r. .e, Cox Lynn Waters, Twenty-five of the 135 entries
) Convao ouohionod In
uppora.
Gina Arnett. Bruce Howard James Orle-
R
10 Munl l-iriMOlr/ bled ol.II. ..n. L.se.r4Mlkri psirrn.no N 4 roll foelol quality bathroom nasal..M.n'.Iw.i n's. won slots at the state fair.
Jill) Lknd .no call bock oHa* sd.laaM.n,Ny.a, Moowo In aoMTIod pattola. 1 1to Xlomara Puig. UC, shared

( VALUEPLUSVALULLLUSL i3AVE2.00 FIRESTONE top honors with Keith Ozaki of
STARKE Columbia High School when
led VAPORETTE \ % DIGITPOCKET both placed as "Best of Fair"winners
t
mal SUPER DOG/CAT' ,CHLOIIDAN! CALCULATOR 1L'C / 964-6436 US 301 N': Starke. Fla. 964-6436 Both projects will be

m FLEA COLLAR !VA' DUST .. W/MEMORV exhibited at the International
fr We AlsoSellMULTI"MILE Science Fair in May.
1.97 r 5.88 V PA'11h t's .

s)hr e, pai WAS*** O TIRES Sharing first place as best of
j physical exhibits in the senior
SAVK10* 1 !AY[ AV! e First Quality division were Renae Johnson,
1.00 CHILDREN'S SNEAKERS UC, and Teresa! Knepper,
8VLVANIABLUE '
DOT I'k KIN L S5% 2.00 : No Blema Or Seconds. Bradford High School.A .
wept
FLASH BAR GRANULAR MM WATT Road Hazard Guarantee middle school student
I
10 FLASHES CHLORINE STVLER/DRVER from Columbia took best of
:* 11 ConvM upporo with too guard, 'eh! r AV/ Free Mounting. the Junior division. Sherill ;
1.79 6.88 ti4'2 9.88 .kid mlalanl(olo.HIM t-10. ZpO 1.00Soh Te t3 Ozakl. whose project was

ws. wAU.r wASUa IEATMER 4% r POly $1888 titled "A Study of the Effectsof II
Whil.w.llPIu.FET Microwave Radiation on
I LEISURE JACKETS MEN'S WALK SHORTS the Germination of Seeds"

'" ], r WIKI WEM a PLY POLYESTER WHITEWALL Winners of the Talent !
frille l CHEMICAL FIRE + ,.88 .9' Search that will participate at
EXTINGUISHER state level were chosen at the y
"X FMKOUI nukcr brp .. M1o-kan M/.MINb E78.14 G78.4F78.14 '
lId ",
( 97 tylo*,colof.mon i MM o. Plod.,aofldo. Sit.! 35'4L Suwannee Regional Fair as f
:lrcJrtl1 2288 378.15; $24" well. Ofthe eightparticjpants f

mac wASPe/ lAV! ; YALUlPLU9I Plus F.ET Plus F.E.T, chosen. Union County; will t
,. TOPMAKEA VAL 1m nus have five
I representatives.
)J I'n I I ?t CHAMBRAY OZ.NAVY Those Union students
3 (14( H78.14 J78., 5 County !
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lit' SHIRTS IN DENIM JEANS that won are as follows: Xlo-
ank! SAYf 14% MEN'S SIZES, POR BOYS, H78.15 l78.15 '
VALUE PLUS' MEN SUEDE CASUALS IRREGULARS $25" $28' mara Pulg Clint Wilson,
IN SIZES
k E
; BOAT Plus F.ET Plus F.ET, Renae Johnson, Theresa
VINYL LUQQAOE SET 24>M' VINYLINFLATABLE INFLATABLE M11,11Tter ,

11" .1.! .... ....... ..... ..--3 r w" 997 .97 GUALIT1ryttr Schretzmann, and Gary a
:
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1r' ...... ... ...... ......?.a N BURP RIDER 14 88 1 Griffis. Bradford County had 1..
Ir' ...._.... ..._..... M'tl Mod uod* :: I'"' 8. 'y' WAS MM or.p.NM..Tin,mon'l oiaDISC. E78.14 G78.4
I:1 err, ...... ..... .... Moony O.uq..Inyt protostod, 7-12. .PIaCt High School had one, Keith
let of .............-......-...ra wAS/M bieludoo ropilr kit 4 I F78.14 25" G78.15 $2711 Ozaki. Four of the counties did
1chl I plus F.E.T. Plus F E.T not have student place in the
lead VALUEPLUSI Talent Search contest.

TOP MAKER VE11% H78.14 J78.15H78.15
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Ui 1GB l VGA t BRIEFS a t'' I / L78:15 Other winners In the biological
'QPtlk O T-SHIRTS BOYS' 28" $3111Plus l division, that will travel to ,
1 STRETCH F.ET Plus F.E.L state competition, were: Mimi !
I It It'old 1AOLG 2/P KOEN' t TUB OX. Wilson, Uj Gary Griffis Vi;
G IRREO.S.S.M.L.XL. IRREGULARd ,RVT. 4.WHEELER.----: : : Dionisio Britton, U;, Linda
far pV 13 Richardson BHS; Alan Mont

t UPTOT!% 1.96 296ed 0 10-15 LT 12-5 LT gomery, BUS; Michelle Guil-
: $41 $5555Plus lion, BHS; Alma Pulg, U';
+ VALUE PlUSl TOOL SELECTION DISC.MICI i wlMrq MrO F.E.T Plus F.E.T Craig Putnal, Mayo; and
{ 12S ur 1 GARAGE OXFORDS Mark Barrick, U. d
r t.rkc HANGER ASSORTMENT CNROMt rLATWARI teT a went ,/ 93 Ypywdd Physical division winners

paid 1r $ S 14.36.5 were: Clint Wilson, U; Denny
chi l O ,....you piok! "CmHI .1.'Po I"b' 11.15 LT.
booiard llie. I" Mlp loin' own vinyl w/p.dd.d ooNMl George!! BHS; Kenny
,t } eMote ,boon ITOUOOT, :" rotlatanl oota anon7U.. 45" 15 LT' $7355.T' Rodrigue, BHS Lassie Ozaki
akin Chroni Union kits. Nil or 13": lerp.d.IwM or It q ; ,
i I .ua.r.. ....lun,on a Mal lioliiamn. KnHro*_>_l/1.M C". .w.,.*.......11yI Plus FE. plud:. F.E.T. Columbia, and .Cynthia
.5 1'' ra Griffith, BHS.Bradford .
VALue Pti/y i AVllM% .AVE n" ;
'' 3911 CALENDAR lOa25" LISTERMINT / tl All Tire Prices Plus F.E.T. & Old Tires
TOWILOR FOAM MOUTHWASH County students,
PICa OF 3 BED 13 OZ. LUBEOIL FILTER and their projects, that will go
KITCHENTOWELS PILLOW .,. to state, are: Teresa Knepper,
wf 96 a. 880WASVM Includ.. Up To 9 Quart 01 Ouohly/ 30 W Motor Oil ilfl Can Computer Logic be usesto
1.00 Mod' Car* a Light Truck* Create Music Tones; Linda

wAasae ,_ Richardson, Does Visual
01.C.PNICS SAVS Perception Training Improve
.w."eJYJ! ALIGNMENT $ -fl 88 Reading Achievement; Alan
S r4% t ldYbliliS Montgomery, Comparing
1 CLANKM. VALUE PLUS! Amtricaft Cart A Moat Light Trucka Q p Cardiovascular
Fitness of
71"914" J FINAL NOT JCROEMS .
PARSONS ; : I OZ. LOTION MEN'S LEATHER HATS .."...'KNIT TOPS PULL-ON KNIT SLACKS Individuals. ; Michelle

: (uwrrn 930 PSICS-DLC. =!= 2q 5 3.55 WCM 2:96: TUNE-UP Testosteroue Gmlllcn,. Effect on Female of
2.9 .33 Molt e Cyl Cant Light Truck. EiaetronloIgnlllona $ 8' Chicks
Denny
100% INth.r In ..L .IyN., ....,:..... kHt. .hart *.... .log, otttohod. .r.s.a 258 ; George,
i P WASaM ......... w"..... ooIro.P.pul.rwld.brkn, M......and......*M\- A..t..Nr.Kd..s1Me. ./ '<" l*.. Solarizing and Airplanes,
'Kenny Jtodigue, A Study of
: 9aAison R.g I King size 100'1 Far PackGA For YourConvenience Some of the Formulas for
lk 312 W. Charge cm] Determining Pi|; and Cynthia
CIGARETTE PRICES 't Plu"
ice Fla, $5 T;.; $5!9 T" Tan PIUi = Pl.... CallApoolntmenf 964-6436 .Griffith, Effects of Atmospheric -

'WIllI Conditions on Solar C
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I ';' u Uti6'i; l la j ]Enter Top Goodies in Fair Foods

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Okra tomatoes and pepper Alderman, 2)) J. Huston Specially Breads I) Janet Cakes Cut Out): 1)) Sarah
earned Mrs. Rex Anderson of McClane, 3) Fay Etheridge. Flythe 2) Lola Johnson, 3) Norton 2)) Kimberly Dowllng.
t n, : Starke a Bradford County Frail: 1) Janet Flythe 2) Judy Thomas. CUpcakes: 1Tommy
sweepstakes ribbon In the Barbara Anderson. Yeast Breads A Rolls: 1)) Balkcom. .
Canned Products Food Vegetables. 1) Virginia Bernice Thompson, 2) Janet Cookies: I) Lola Johnson. !
Department of the Horn Crews 2) Marl Banks, 3) Fly the. 2)) Camille Whitaker.. 3)) Janet
Division. Ruby Cooper. Plain Cakes not IceoXr: 1)) Flythe.
Mrs. Anderson says the MUeelUMXMSt 1) Marl Penny Flythe.
loves to can and has been Banks 2) Ruby Cooper, 3)) Specialty Cake t 1) Camille CANDY
doing It for over 30 years from Edna Norton. Whitaker {Sweepstakes),
their own garden. Cakes. Iced but not I) Marie Douglass 2)) Camille
Fresh strawberries earned RELISHES decorated: I) Sherry Prevatt WhlUkrr
Mrs. Camille Whitaker of and Lynn Johns.
1 .rtD ,, 'tjswy ) Starke a sweepstake ribbon Cucumbers 1)) Janet Cake Decorated) 1)) MOST UNUSUAL USE
Iw I-, In the baked product* Food Flythe.Fruit. Jana Miller 2) Janet Harris OKSTHAWIIKHKIKNWITIIHF.CIPE
t ni k) Department of the Home Division. : 1) Hyta Thomas, 2)) Youth: 1)) Rhea Corbett :
A. prior sweepstake Delia Rosenberg. (Sweepstakes).' 2) Virginia
jY winner, Mrs. Whitaker gets Vegetable' 1)) Joy Crawford 3) Kim Norris. 1)) Edna Norton
r Iota of practice: baking for Faulkner, 2)) Burney Winkler .
three boy. 3), ) Marie Banks.Miscellaneous.
z Youth division sweepstake : l) Barbara
t ', winner Rhea Corbett won for Anderson, 3)) Joy Faulkner.
her tree cake. A Bradford
High School sophomore Rhea PRESERVES
is the daughter of Mr. and
''I I'''} Mrs. Melvin Corbett Starke. Pears 1)) Marie Banks, 2) SAVE
Winners are listed: I, blue Kathy Stroud.
kL ribbon 2) red ribbon, 3)) while Peaches 1) Virginia
Bradford High School sophomore Rhea Corbett like to bake ribbon. Crews.
and shows It with her sweepstakes winning tree cake.Daughterof p 1I CANNED PRODUCTS Figs 1) L. Johnson 2))
Mr.and Mrs. Melvin Corbett of SUrke, this Is the second time .r. Edna Norton.
Rhea has won a sweepstake VEGETABLES Strawberries 1)) Edna

Mr*. Re Anderson of SUrke shows her sweepstakes entry Norton. .
Miscellaneous l) Barbara ENERGYThink
Beans 1)) Mrs. Rex
:
Lj! w P okra
tomatoes and ,
peppers. C..maglar over 30 Mrs. '
Ida. yesrs. Anderson 2)) Virginia Crews, Balkcom, 2) Marie Banks. ;
S* ,,eieA 4; Anderson Mid she cans from their own garden
3))
r ,; = a liyta Thomas.
izm Tomatoes: 1)) Edna JAMS
--J-- Norton 2)) Virginia Crews, 3))
a1 FF4wa Hyta Thomas. Berries:', 1) Edna Norton,
Peas: 1)) Hyta Thomas. 2)) Barbara Anderson.
& Potatoes 11)) Hyta Thomas, Pears: 2) Janet Flythe.
2)) Edna Norton 3) Judy Strawberries: 2)) Hyta PHONE
Alderman. Thomas.
1s Squash: 1) Judy Miscellaneous 1)) Janet '
Alderman. 2)) Hyta Thomas, Flythe..
r-H1 : 3)) Barbara Anderson.
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Miscellaneous: ) 1) Mrs. JELLIES '
L 1'F Rex Anderson (Sweepstakes),
r 2)) L. Johnson, ,,3) Edna Berries: 1) Della t
Norton Rosenburg.2)) Virginia Crews, FIRSt
JJ 3)) Lola Johnson.
FRUITS Grape: 1)) Edna Norton 2))
$ L. Johnson, 3) DellaRosenbeq.
Berries: 1)) Edna Norton .
? 2)) Hyta Thomas. Pears 1)) Marie Banks 3))
Pears 1)) Mrs. Rex Hyta Thomas. 'of your phone as an energy r t
Anderson, 2) Janet Flythe. Miscellaneous 1)
: Hyta
ii' Peaches: 3)) Edna Sandus. Thomas, 2) Edna Norton. alternative. Use It to save energy- It
Figs: 2)) Edna Sandus. '
Miscellaneous 2) Judy BAKED PRODUCTS both the persalal type and the r

Alderman. BREADS kind that powers your car-for a '\

'. .... PICKLES need It.
when !
\ time really
you
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< } t- Quick breads: 1) Camille
J1 '. y. .._ -.8,'
.t' ', ."" "' I ....t.J.1N:: bsf' Cucumber 1)) Judy Whitaker. Phone ahead. Or phone Instead.

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Four Accidents No Injuries
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Arts and crafts sweepstakes winner for the adult division .Is
Maria McMurtrle of Starke with an all handmade eight room Reported For Past,Week
doll house. The Tollhouse Include. a stone fireplace: four poster -
bed and oriental and 5p
carpet bisque figures.
The Florida Highway Starke were westbound on SRie -
.L., Patrol: and City of Starke ..2 miles west of Starke i 1SriI I I

... '" ,'ft'' '1-r' ,. .. L_.." _" a th;y, epprted f out accidents, ,when Hicks pulled out to Ste .
pass
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past week with no in.Donald and struck the left rear i
Hou JUries. Crawford vehicle..
Miniature e. L. Mullis at Jacksonville : Starke police investigatedan
was charged with following -
accident: Friday, March 24.
too closely )in a March and charged R.J. Austin ofMaxville
A fresh strawberry cake was the .weep. akes whining entry 27 accident 1.8 miles south of with an improperturn.
for Mrs. Camille Whitaker of Starke. Strawberry Inside and out Starke on SR-100. .
Picture of Straw Mr*. Whitaker was a sweepstakes winner In 1971. She said she Police also Investigated a
gets plenty of opportunity to bake with three boys. In'a March 25 accident Monday. March 27. accident jj
Milton Alan Hicks of Ballard and charged Larry Marcum of
and Stanley Crawford of Citra with careleu driving.

Are Top Entriesin v,

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Marta McMurtrle.of Starke Charcoal: Adult 1) Jan I
won the arts and crafts sweep- Norton; Youth 1)) James i Ii
stakes for the adult division Luke. 2) Gail Rhoden 3)) Pat fM&ii'oMi* W' W 'Hi'tfH? ;ScildioiL*
"Y
with an eight room handmade Gainey. !
dollhouse and furniture. Pen or Pencil Adult. 1))
Wanting to leave something to Idalee Brown 2) Mrs. J.W.
each of her five daughters, Plymodton, 3) 'Jan Norton; Bradford County residents, who register at the Starke Canter juilx.may register for classes. all ether campus**'
Mrs. McMurtrie has made six Youth 1)) Virginia Crawford,
different houses. Two of the 2)) Nathaniel Coley. 3) Joey without appointment. r
houses are bigger than the Riggs. ,
prize winning entry. AH the Pastel: Youth. 1)) 'Gail
furniture Is handmade from Rhoden. 2) Kevin Tyrrell 3)) .. SPRING TERM (AJ] 1978 CALENDARMon.
that William Cooper.
balsa wood with drawers -
even open. Metal and Leather Craft; .. Tue.. Wed., April 10; 11, 12 R.pistrationfora11cla.sesatlark.C.nt.r-IOOa.m..htOP.mThur. \ I
Winner of the arts and Adult 1) Al K. Carlisle. .
crafts youth division was Novelties Adults. U) .., April 11: t, R.OIslr.tlanforStarks. class**only-.:....:00 p.m.
Nancy Harris with her entry Martha McMurtrie ".'r< ., z, "7F ,. ,
of a framed straw picture. Sweepstakes). 2)) Aleen Mon... May 1 ::.f :, t Spring (AI) Term, Classes Begin { ,
Winners are listed 1)) a blues Dorey 3) Nancy truth; 171o-/t/ 'If" '( K
ribbon 2)) red ribbon, and 3) awhile Youth 1)) Eric Hamilton 2)) Man., Tues., Wed., May"1,.l.'j;\ j", P.r.I Stark Schedule Adlustment.nd| Registrationi. 0.m. .1:10p.m. .
ribbon. Stephanie Gainey 3)) Curtis 'y 4';; ; '
Green. Thurs.. M.y'4 :.y'"j"): ': Stark Schedule Adfustmentand R.Ol.halle00Ook SiOOp-m. :k
ARTSANDCRAFTS Ceramic (stained( Adults, '. -. ,
1)) Margaret Young 2)) Mon.. May 2* '. College Holiday Ho Classes
Oil Paintings: 'Adult U) Margaret Young, 3)) Mildred ,." ', .4;; -
Cynellis ZurfTuk,, 2)) Jan Frich; Youth 1)). 2), and 3)) W d., June 21 l, Spring (A) Term Class End
Norton. Youth 1)) Kevin Marlene McWilliam. \ '. .,,) '''w. j
2)) Linda Lewis Ceramics (glazed): I ." ': _
Tyrrell Yarn: Adults 1) Shirley Adults U F.lsie Hammons, 2) F-_ ,
Green. 2)) Debra Passwater. Mrs. Louis Atchinson. 3)) Joe f 6;.:' \ 1 1J
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3) Linda Cox; Youth. 1)) Janae Hitchcock; Youth. U Luke COURSE SECTION toTITI: E TIME DAYS CR. INSTIL.IN ANAL
Secrest 2)) Curtis Green. Lewis 2)) Janae Secrest 31
Bunkai Adult, 1)) Carol James Luke. ACC 2001.A O' PRIN. OF ACCOUNTING 7OON.45N TH J.' Willa CaA 211) _
Woodcarving Youth; 1))' ENO. 1010.A P ENGLISH LANGUAGE 7OON:45M MW 1.0 Turner. EH 100)0E0
Vale.Needlepoint:. Adults, 1) Clifford Coley, 2)) Nathan 2000.A4P INTRO. TO GEOGRAPHY 7OON:4SN TH J.' Brlnson OV 201) S
Judy Brown; Youth. l) Jenny Plympton. ISC, IN1.A41 P CONT. TOPICS PHT. SC. 7OON:45N MW 1.0 Klein. J (PS ,OS) '.
Abercronbie. 2) Diana Davis. Macrame Adult. 1)) MOP 1111.A42 P PRIN. OF MATHEMATICS 7OON-f:45N TH 3.' MeCorvey, M MS 100)
Decoupage: Adult. 1)) Ann .Freda Griffin ,2) Ruby REL 2110.A41 P RELIGION AMERICA ON-:4SN MW J.' McFaddwi IRE 200)
Green 2)) Carolyn Carmen S) Cooper; 3) Donna Thompson;
Grace Faulkner; Youth .1) Youth 1)) Janet ,Duncan. 2) \,
Marla Darley. Janet Duncan 3) Diana

Vickie String Anderson. Art: ;Adults.YouUi. I 1))) Mowry.Stuffed Animals: AdulU. 1)) SUMMER TERM (IB], 1978 CALENDAR J

Becky Cooney, 2)) Becky Debra Passwater; Youth. 3)). ,..
Myrtle Brown. .. .. '
Cooney. :.. .JI 1<-
Liquid Embroidery: Miscellaneous Adults i h Mon.. :Tees. Wed..June'If, 20/21 Registration (all classes 0:00 ..11I. '130 .p.m. \ J .'4.:. '
Adults. 1) Barbara Andersen Judy M. Norman. '2) Carol Thurs.. June 22 \ 5 r ,<'*, ';, '", Registration Starfce class only *:....:.. ....". ,
2) Hyta Thomas, 3)) Barbara Redding. 3)) Loretta Hart; T....., June 27 /::>, .,<>r.\. Summer (Bl Term Classes frtglnStarke t. .. I
Youth I) Nancy Harris < '. \.'
Andenon. Thurs.. June Vt ) .; Schedule Adlushnent 4:....:.. s>Jn.Starfce '
Embroidery Sweepstakes).2)) Pam Duffy, -." /
Crewel Late Registration ID-ASill '1" p.m. : I I
Adult I) Marjorie P. Carlisle. 3) Yrette Brome. Tues*..July 4Thur J "'.,.' I t' College Holiday No class
*.. August ,11 ';' .'. Summer (8) Term. Classes End II
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COURSE SECTION ID TITLE TWOS DAYs CR. INSTR. NUMBEBEOF ,

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TA 2M1.B41. P \.INTRO. STATISTICS 7'-.5N. ,MW fA MlllMr. MS 110) .Continental; Telephone
Noah Young ran a mile lit 8 minutes MJscotichlorry. ;
his back.' -
man on Company:of the South '
polnd.Hsimsde the run on April 12, 1916.at Melbourne '
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L BY Dolores M.nlC EASTER VISITORS and enjoys going for car rides "'' panted, the students to. assist the PTA consists of: Mr*. SPELLING BEE
Phone: f611I.ISDONATIONS and even visiting local tores. with activities.: Teacher and Diane Da vis. *.Miss. Joyce Kuy-
Among those spending She Is so glad to be out of that George Simpson. They were busy on Friday making schoolmates conducted a Pep kendalL Mrs. Margaret Wads- Winners of the Spelling Bee
Easter Sunday with Mr. and cast, and is becoming more brought along their bass lesson puns and preparingrooms Rally as students boarded theM worth and Mrs. Earlselene given at the school between
Mrs.Gerald Adkins were: Mr. active than in a long while fishing boat and had some for classes. for participation,& In the Zimmerman. sixth and seventh graders on
Mrs Susie Lott 'la accepting and Mrs. Joel Smith and Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan and good luck.landing 10 Ib. bass Field Day. Mr. Clark explained theplJrpoIf' March 22 were Brad Russell
lonutlonH of food or monetary Richard Sapp of Jacksonville.Mr William Lahn visited Mr. and besides some other nice fish. FIELD DAY CommitteeSchool Advisory and Lori Snow both sixth
ofc'rlnltS to assist the Russell and Mrs. Guy Padgett of Mrs. R. Wilkinson In DuneUen Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng LUNCH MENU gave graders. In the final words of
Sherwin family. Mr. Sherwin Starke Mrs. Mavis Waters Easter Sunday. t hosted their family members On March 23, Brooker the following names as his Bee Brad missed
was seriously injured in a and Mr. H.W. Priester of Fort HAMPTON LAKE tea big Easter dinner. This In- hosted the Track and Field MONDAY Hamburgergravy members of this Board: Mrs. 'secure'; Lori then went on to
truck accident In North Pierce cluded Mr. and Mrs: Carlton Day activities which included mashed potatoes, Diane Davis, Mr George win with the word, 'Improve.'
Carolina about two weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. William Mr.Joe B. Oliver underwent Meng and Angela from Jacksonville Lawtey and Hampton student cabbage salad, green beans, Clark, Mrs. Jolene Floe, They will be p participating
He remains In the Intensive Schuab of Crescent City spent surgery at the Gainesville ; Mr. and Mrs. Bill participation. Besides .track applesauce, hot rolls milk Quinton Ford, Mrs. Ruth Countywide Bee scheduled
f care unit of the KayeltevlllelluxpiUil Easter with Mr. and Mrs. Veterans Hospital on Monday.We Meng and Dana from St. events Coach Ben Moaley TUESDAY Peanut butter Paladin, Royce Joyner Don ,for April e at 10 a.m. In the
Ills wife. Nancy has Wilfrid Fontaine.Mr. hope he recovers soon. Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. trained the students In Javelin sandwich macaroni with Roberts Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Bradford County School
been slaying by his side at the and Mrs. Richard Mrs. Dolly Simpson entered Theron Hunter. Adam and throwing and wrestling. cheese blackeyed peas Cathy Williams. Board Office: Mrs. Carole
hospital Mowry (Greg and Donna) North Florida Regions! Renee of Keystone Heights Brooker personnel preparedthe strawberry shortcake, milk Mrs. Arleen Rich's third Stevenson pronounced words:
spent from Thursday to Sun Hospital on Friday for observation and Martin who has been grounds for these events WEDNESDAY Turkey grade class was given the f 10 Principal Connie Clark and
day with their parents Mr. and treatment. We working In Tennessee. Mr. besides preparing tile with rice, tossed salad green award for best representation school secretary Mrs. Lucy
Since expense continue and Mrs. IIC. Ifowell of hope she feels! better soon. and Mrs. Randy Scoeglns and Olympic medals and ribbons peas, fruit jello, biscuit milk. of parents at this meeting. Hodges served as judges for
while Mr. Sherwin Is Panama City. They also April were there and Mr. and awarded winning parts! THURSDAY Beefaronl, the Bee.
hospitalized it would be a nice visited other relatives and the Among those visiting Mr. Mrs. Kenny McClure. and cipants. garden salad, succatosh: GOODSTUDENT!
gesture for the community to children enjoyed the egg and Mrs. Eugene Meng and Kasey. Beverly who is employed Among those chosen as chocolate cake, roll, milk. EASTER PARTIES
respond by leaving donations hunts. little Angela during the put at Disney World was prize winners from Hamptonwere FRIDAY Fish portions.eabbage..d.lrita1.pumpkln, Mrs. Rich's students are
with Mrs l.ott She can be Mr. and Mrs. Ken Fuquayand week were: Mrs. Hazel Spark- the only missing one. : Polly Woods a first very proud that their teacher Mrs. Jean Clark's first
reached at **,!197. son. C.K., visited her man and Elaine Thornton of Among those spending grader who was awarded a pie corn bread, milk. has completed her recent graders enjoyed finding
parents.Mr, and Mrs. Bill Jacksonville Mrs. Mimlee Easter with the Francis Meng Gold Medal In the 80 yard studies In Diagnostic and chocolate bunnies In their
Stone for Easter. They all Arledge and daughter family were: Mr. and Mrs dash; Silver Medal awards Prescriptive Reading at room by following clues: given
ng Mr Arthur Bruno who sufgiv enjoy seeing CK. walking Melissa, Mrs. Brenda Smith Russell Gilbert and Karen of went to John Underwood. Kim PTAMEETINGDan' classes In Starke with flying them on Individual cards
fered injuries In this same well at 10 months and and sons. Jason and Justin, Mlcanopy, Mr. and Mrs. Will Smith, Paul Bswek Brenda colors! which each child read. Some
'pa accident has returned to his weighing a hefty 25 Ibs. Mrs. Paulette Bateman, all of Wright of Jacksonville Beach, Curtis Tracy Prevail, and Roberts president were rather tricky but each
'hie home in improved condition. Lori Stone looks wonderful St. Augustine; Laverne and Ragan Gilbert of Jackson Patty Sherwin. Those. winning presided at the March 2lst EASTER FESTIVITIES child managed to find his or
si- Don Klees and son Robbie of ville. Rita and Gerald Meng of ribbons were: Quito Ford, meeting of the Hampton PTA her own prize.
I :h- I'fjirre Num..tllleud) of Youth Program Pa la Ota. Mrs. Mary White and Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Michelle Klrchaine. Grace held in the school cafeteria. Mrs. Noelle Silk's Kindergartners Miss Joyce KuykendaU's second
+ .. daughter. Beverly of Jack David Meng and Tina of Rowe Bradley Snow Teresa Principal Connie Clark Informed enjoyed the Easter grade class was challenged
Iii.t!\ James .F Peurceof Gaines.'I. has worked In other youth sonville and Mrs. Mary Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Manning Randall Glisson, the membership of the Egg Hunt hosted by Mrs. to read cards and
.' '' Mile was appointed yesterday capacities throughout the Singley and daughter Patty Eugene Meng and Angela. Amy Clark; Michael WaWron, ems Testing which would be Jolene Friese at her home on\ follow directions in finding
to the newly developed post of state. In June 1976 he was of Gainesville Ron! Cramer Ann Baker; conducted at the school from March 23. They were all ableto eggs marked with their own
n Children ami Youth Program appointed Alachua Direct Darrell Perkins and Jim SCHOOL NEWSPLANNING Jerome Mitchell, Swan April 11 to 21. The possibility find their individual eggs names. They all enjoyed this
"/ Supervisor by District III Services Supervisor for Child Taylor of New Philadelphia, Roberts Becky Crawford of summer classes was also which they had previously activity before school let out
'h" Health and Rehabilitative Welfare Protective Services Ohio are visiting Mr. and Mrs. DAY Oscar: Estes, Karen Wilson discussed. Members were Informed colored and marked. Mothers on Thursday.
I services IIIRSl, Admintstrator. Single Intake Alachua Jimmy Joyner and Stephen of the rash of break insat who assisted with the party Everyone enjoyed the delicious -
"''c William (Bill) Detention Center and When students return to Spell. Bronze Medal Awards the school: when equipment were: Mrs. Barbara Bridges cup cakes decoratedwith
)'IK( :McClure. Jr Probation and Aftercare Mr! and) Mrs. Ed Fitzpatrick school on April 3 they will went to Donna Peeples, of much value to all studentswas Mrs.Judy Arche .. Inger the Easter theme and
and family from Tampa spent enjoy seeing the bulletin Donnie Roberts Rob Spltze stolen. Campen, Mrs. Diane Davis prepared by Mrs. Blonnie
I" District 111 includes Americans consume over 2i the Easter weekend with Mrs.V boards and classroom walls and Brad Russell. Principal The Nominating Committee Mrs. Looney Mrs. JoAnn Derkman and her assistants.
rrj lI.lmlllon, Suwannve. Columke. billion pounds of potatoes V, Lefebvre and the decorated with Springtime Connie Clark and Mrs. Margaret *. appointed to present a slate of Estesj Mrs. Jane Hone and They were served for lunch on
; liia. Br drord. Union, per year. Jurd: Spell family. themes. Teachers and aides Wadsworth accom-: officers at the next meeting of Mrs. Virginia Jones. Thiinwinv

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by Fr.Patrick: II. Foley the way married people can f by Elisabeth 0.Walker. charge 5SO: p.m.YPWW with Story Hour. The all Male
fa
It 1 commonplace In sport recall earlier periods of Phone M4-OOS3 Sister Jlmmle Thomas In Chorus will rehears at 8 p.m
after (
a game, particular a sufferings and difficulties charge. The public la Invitedto Friday at 6:30 tho Junior
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"' football game, to sea some of they went through and yet all SCHOOL NEWS; attend. Chorus will rehearse. Satur
'.' the players limping and others the time they are smiling and t day at 6:30 Monthly Sunday
It, with patch here and bandage even laughing .* they talk The Day Care Center will be Greater Allen School teacher conference.
there. These are marks of the about it Because once such doted Chapel
Friday, Marchpl. It Is
'<1') A.M.E. Church) Saturday I ta Sunday pastoral day
11) game. M we mention these thing are overcome, we too will be opened Monday April cieanupdayatthechurch. All Sunday School 9:30 ..m.
'(n bruises specially if the game can say, as a football player 1 -' Nti 3,for operation. members that Morning Worship It a.m.
was the 1 are not workingare
won, '
players yp
usually might, 'Oh.lt was nothing,we
". asked to Dinner I>::30. Evening service
please
dismiss give a
them by saying, "Oh. won after all. SPRING HOLIDAYS little 6pm.
-t volunteer labor
It was nothing, just so we Difficulties come to all of us. Spring HolIdays will come Saturday First Bern Church et sea
beginning at 10
to clean
won. no doubt, with their of I to end a.m. +
sense an Monday, April 3, the church. Living Gods Tuesday 7:45
'" This kind of simple sport failure and frustration. All when student will return to Lovefeast Friday at 7:30: Prayer Services. Friday 7:45:
> experience Is also symbolic of these things come to Christtoo. school after enjoying the service. Sunday p.m. Tarrying Service
,*"< life Itself. When we have come In far greater measure. activities of Bradford t'fN1lt)' School Worship 10 11 a.m.Communion Morning Sunday School 10:30 a.m.
through difficulties suf- But we have the of Fair. a.m.
certainty Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Service will conclude
iferlngs and even great pain God' care for us. God's final NOTICE Bradford County for the: day.American. service Home Mission. YPCW 6 p.m.
." which have ended In real assurance Is that we, in Concerned Citizens Clean Up or exchange service with
achievement, we can dismiss Christ, will Legion Post 314
overcome as Committee will meet Monday Gainesville Church.ML .
:" the pa In.We oCtet then regard Christ did. We can say with r April 3, at 7 p.m. in the complex will meet Sunday at 2 p.m. In PUgah A.M.E.
',to it as nothing.! One of the joys of life then-as with a sport- of RJE Day Care Center New the Education Building at Church Choir rehearsal
25th and 50th wedding "After all we won, nothing room. All persons InterestedIn Bethel Baptist Church. Saturday at 7 p.m. Sunday
All member are invited to at-
anniversaries: 1 for example else really matters" improving and cleaning up tend. Commander Julus School 10 a.m. Morning Worship -
,
the Community In which he or Royal. 11 a.m. All memebersand
she lives are asked .to be friend are Invited to
The renovated
kitchen at
I ,'i 3 Clay Electric Trustees Re-elected present RJE Complex will open to attend.
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Francis Chapter 140 O.E.S.l the Headstart ML Morlah United Methodist
serve and
it Day
All members of Francis Care Church i Prayer Meeting
Center children
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.*.' Three Clay Electric Cooperative view musical entertainmentwas A gayly decorated 16-foot high children's cross of flowerswas ChapterNMIO are asked to be The opening ceremony Monday was and Choir rehearsal Wednesday -
trustees were re- provided during the present for an Important held at 6:30: p.m. Sunday
decorated Easter Sunday by the youngsters of the First Wednesday, March 29.
7" elected to the board the hours meeting at 0:30: Monday School 9:30 A
during morning and door prizes Children's United Methodist Church 01 Starke. With mostly aialeas In night : a.m. Morning
annual voting Thursday, handed out prior to the closing bloom Sunday this year's cross turned out a pink lavender April 3. Worship II a.m. The United
:"> March 23. of the meeting. ,. Children of the nursery class pose before the cross. They are Do not forget the Spring Ebeneier Baptist Church Methodist Women will meet "p
Sam of District 2 Frolic to be held Thursday, at 4 .
Hogg Cross (l-rh Back row- Misty Telken. Almee Ferguson John Loper Tuesday 7 p.m. Bible Class. Monday p m.Plemant
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received votes March 30 at the Hall Oak Grove United
1,018 ; Floyd Julie Ferguson. Front Jeffery Johnson Leigh'Ann Odom on Thursday 6:30: p.m. Prayer
Gnann of District 6 tallied Street. The story of Methodist Church of
Brooke Watson Dana Men*. Jonathan Ferguson Shawna Hansel Meeting. Saturday at 8:30 : Tuesday
81' 1,004 votes and Thomas L. and Gretel will be presented all each week Young Junior Choir
; Patrick. Billy Kyle, and Ruth IleSue holding Jennifer Johnson.Bsfore p.m Deacons are asked to
'j. Malphurs of District 4 by different community child meet with the pastor. Con rehearses at 7 p.m. Wednesday -
collected 753 votes. Malphurs ren. You are Invited. ference will be held April I, at Prayer Meeting 7 p.m.
seat was challenged by Robert Dell Chapter IM O.E.S. wUl 7:30.: All members are askedto Thursday Bible Study 7 p.m.
!w Hartley who received 337 = Rffj.d:: J L- I hold Its regular monthly please be present. Sunday Sunday School 10 a.m. Love-
votes. meeting Thursday.April 13 at School 9:30: a.m. Morning feast 3 p.m.Andoch '
1 Approximately 4,400 chfck- cooking brussels sprouts slice a little off the butt end-not enough so that the leaves fall off. Cut an X In the 7 p.m. in the Masonic Hall on Worship a.m. Evening Worship Baptist Church '
I i' en dinners were served during stem so they cook quickly. BrownleeStreet All membersare 6 p.m. All members are Prayer Meeting Thursday at 7
fc the day. There were a number asked to be present. We invited to attend the services. p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. '
of exhibits for members to mutt make plans for the Free Canaan True Church Services will conclude for the
Grand Session in Jacksonville of God Tuesday 7:30: pm. day
n In April. The help < the Prayer Service. Friday 7:30: TARGETAREA
members I II needed. F pm. Tarrying Services. REPRESENTATIVES i

Sunday School 10 a.m. MEETING APRIL 4.
CHURCH NEWS Morning Worship 11 am. Ser IN8PEEDVILLEA 1
FOOD vices are concluded for the
Church of God In Christ: day.Greater Community Action Com
Tuesday 8 p.m Bible Band Bethlehem Freewill mittee Meeting representedby
with Sister Ruby Mae FisherIn Baptist Church Each Target Area Representatives -

i charge. Friday. 7:30: Monday at 7:30: p.m. Tiny Tots for low-income citizens !
: FAIR Pastoral Prayer and Tea china. will rehearse. Each Tuesday of Bradford County will be

Sunday School 9:30, a.m.Morning 7:30.: Prayer Meeting. held In the Speedvtlle Baptist J
Worship 11:30: a.m. Wednesday,7::30. Senior Choir Church Dinette Tuesday .I
with Minister Dewey Taylor in rehearsal. Thursday, 7:30.: April 4, at 7:30: p.m.

.- Mr. Herman Johnson
1 1 1' ,1 .r h 1 1 Chairman, states that the
public Is cordially Invited and r

their support Is greatly appre- I'I'I

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April 6 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Margarine
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DiscountCHICKEN
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M CreameiCottage Cheese 89* non night at the Dolphin

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CORNED BEEFBRISKETS SMftMi.H'HajMI IM CAM Events at the Festival will
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tSC QUARTIBS WITH SACK1.nBHItJMOT BEEP BLADE -.-. IHPU ROSE BUSHESFavorite Many Clans will have representatives r
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CHUCKSTEAK MWtnlWVMIIf. MM |IH I OVfl(4H Varieties- Festival and Scottish stores
Boneless Stewing Beef 'u| will be '
nNUIIIMIMII represented with a
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good supply of Scottish
MIMIMM_ _! Imported Cooked Ham *!1"| 40''hippeds jewel
: Bud & Bloom y. books tarts nsand
OR ROAST MM I memorabilia. There will also

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10 WAY VINYL TUBS In Your NeighborhoodPlant Brooker Elementary hosted

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:B.fC BEER and Brooker students For a
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Now In Stock hamburgers, ; I
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PANTY HOSE ; primary grades. Intermediate I
FREEBAGGING grade students enjoyed hiding
99C eggs about as much as the '11
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POT PICS on oranges
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It BHSRestrooms Opened.for. Student Use kg Obituaries; ; I

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Mrs. Elisabeth Crew.. Co man and MMU Barney Norman Eaclmorv of Bowman
In response to a request physical education facilities. vandalism that has occured In est to go head wel have used Mrs. Elizabeth Crews died Crews officiating.: Burial was Chllf., Mrs. Lila Maeuei
from student body president The student body president the high school facilities, eight months oidue process," Sunday night March 28, In the In New Zion CutYtoty In of Jacksonville Mrs. Lillian
Chuck Register the Bradford Bald he had talked to principal Board member Pat Spengler said Casey. Ha Mid Taylor, a I Bradford County Hospital Union County. Archer-Tanner Ford of Jacksonville: and
County School Board Monday Charles: Francis three time asked Register to try and teacher in the middle school after an extended Illness. Funeral Horn*was. In chargeof Mrs. L.Q. Bule of Jackson
March 20, opened restroom and the reason given for not enlist the student body to helpin had been assigned since lost Born In Baker County Mrs. arrangements. villa.Gravwldo)) .
facilities In the new phase of opening the facilities was; keeping the new facilities year to the media center.In Crews moved to Lake Butler funeral services
the high school. vandalism. from being destroyed.The other personnel action in her early life and to StarkeIn were held Tuesday morning
Register appeared before "I 1 don't understand why we board agreed to open the board: 1947 where she has resided Louis J. Frey 79 March 28, In Evergreen
the board build and don't -Denied sabbatical leave to Mrs. Crews the Williams Thomas
following up a letter new buildings the restrooms with the understanding since. was Cemetery.
recently published In the open the restrooms," said if they are vandalized work on doctorate: degree for widow of the late James L. Mr. Louis J, Frey Jr., 79, of Funeral Home was In charge
Telegraph stating the rest- board member Arthur they can be closed. special education speech Crews and a member of the Starke died at his home of arrangements.Mike .
room facilities had not been Gaskins. "They can't be Board Member Vernon correctlonist: Earl Howell for Pine Valley Congregational Thursday March, followinga
unlocked since phase 4 & S vandalized until you open Parmenter said he had ob-. year 1978-79. Sabbatical leave Holiness Church sudden Illness
were completed. Register told them up," he added. served a beer and pot party entitles a teacher to full pay. Survivors include five Mr. Frey born August 2, Sevenky. Sr.. H4
the board there was only one "It is our responsibility to held beside the school in the allowances, and regular step daughters: Mr*. Beatrice tons was a native of Paterson. .
male and two female rest. provide facilities," said street and suggested fencing it increments) The school Kirkland of Glen St. Mary, New Jersey. Mr. Mike Seversky. Sr., ago! "I
rooms available outside the Gask, ins. After a discussion of4Scouting off the street to keep non system must also then have a Mrs.Odessa Hood of Jackson Mr. Frey had lived'In Starke 84, died in the Bradford
students out and for better 'replacement If leaveIs vile, Mrs. Edith Rhoden ofSanderson (or the past three years, on County Hospital In Starke
control of the students. No granted the teacher must Rev Bll Mrs. Gertie US-301, south of. Starke. lie Saturday, March 25, following
action was taken at that timeto serve In the same school | Carmichael. Jr. Crawford of Starke and Mrs. was an Army veteran of WW a lingering illness. :
fence Washington street. system one year after re Jeanette West of Oxford Ga.; 2. and was retired as a silk Born In Poland August i't:J. I
Superintendent Tom Casey turning.Approved. seven sons: Howard Crews of weaver for a clothing in. 1803 Mr. Seversky had' livedIn I
I Raiford
I- $ j I News recommended to the board 19 instructional Revival Gainesville; R.C., Ray and dustry. Keystone Heights since.
year member of the school appointments for Judy Ann Renter Crews all of Starke; Survivors include several 1971 moving from Endlcptt.
by Carolyn Eaves system llardwick Taylor be Becker Elaine Griffis; Vo- PlannedThe Enoch Crews of Orlando, distant relatives, a nephew New York. Mr. Seversky wasa I
9845912 suspended without pay due to Tech appointments Judy Rudolph Crews of Lake Butler Robert L. Lang of Paradise retired leather worker for an j
.. immoral conduct. Taylor was Burrows, Billie E. Costello First Baptist Church of and Randolph Crews of Valley, Arizona.Memorialization. Endicott. N.y. tannery, and II ,
| ng Bradford-Union Neighbor the week working on the Brad arrested: In Duval County In Edna M. Hart. William 11.Shearln. Raiford will be in Revival Oxford Ga.; two sisters: Mrs. was by member of the St Mary's! I
givIK hood Girl Scout leaders were ford 'ounty Fair booth. Theyare July l tll77 and charged with JoAnn Tyson, Services April 2-7 at 7:30: p.m. Martha Whitehead of Sander. cremation with burial to be at Greek Orthodox* Church.
treated to a dinner at the 1 beside Boy Scouts and if unnatural and lascivious acts. Maurice White and Eugenia each night. son and Mrs. Annie Alford of a later date. Burial will take Endicott. N.Y.Survivroa I
Garden Restaurant last you haven't bwn to the Fair lie pleaded no contest to the Whitehead. Rev. Bill Carmichael, Jr.. Jacksonville; 35 grandchildren place at the Greenwood Include four I
sr Tuesday evening. The food stop by for one of the daily charges and paid a fine of Approved non-instructional Associate Director Church 39 great-grand Memorial Cemetery in daughters: Mrs. Anna Hcrceg(
Ijht.: was great and what a nice way puppet shows Time Is 7 appointments, Linda Cox, Training Department Florida children, and 4 great-great Phoenix Arizona.. DeWitt C. and Mrs. Julia Crawford both
| > to have a Neighborhood o'clock and 9:30.Mclonalds : $112Casey said the Professinal William J. Hatch' Josie A.Klmbrll. Baptist Convention. Jackson- grandchildren. Jones Funeral Home was in of Keystone Heights; Mrs
:MaPI meeting The dinner was Easter .Egg: Practices Council had been Geraldine Phillips, ville Florida, will be the Funeral services were held charge of local arrangements. Mary Dykeman of Seneca
i! provided by Q S..' in order Hunts were a big success advised and Is looking into the Ruth Paladino. Betty Jean Evangelist. Wednesday afternoon. March 'Falls, N.YMrs.; Helen Huga-(
'ayiI for them to give us thanks to Candy Stripers, charges, but so far had not Todd. Approved the reslgna. Special music Is planned for 29, in the Chapel of Archer. Mrs. Emma!: Mae Garher boom of Lockport: N.Y ; three
I n instructions and answer question fadftte Troop 520. Junior acted.! "It is in the best InterSOUTHSIDE. tied of Yvonne Norman,' each service. Everyone Is Tanner Funeral Home of sons: Charles, Seversky of
n.hhm *, The Q.S.P magazine Troop (fillS and: Junior Troop invited to hear this dynamicPreac' Starke with Rev. Alvin Lane Mrs. Emma Mae Garber Burbank, California; Mike
subscription mile is a cooperative 4-W. Those were sure prt.tly'cgg.'I "er. Seversky, Jn of Santa Ana.
42 of 103 Beth Head Dade
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I I te venture of Reader's real different! \ Calir., and George Seversky ofTurtln. )

ud< Digest Association and Girl .....flfl.......... ...4Southslik' .... ELEMENTARY .....'....0......S S S.S S.S S S I.S.. z""" City March died 25 Saturday in Dude evening. Calif., eight grand.
a. City
| )og Scout Councils all around the children and ten great
CARD OF THANKSThe Hospital.A .
United States. Q S P. provides grandchildren.Funeral .
native of Starke Mrs.
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I'M an opportunity for families to held its school Southside in the cafeteria. The Mrs. Iva Jean Han-ell's class and talked about agriculture 'i Garber came here nine services will 1 beheld
'rr) subscribe to a variety of more discussed fourth grade Is presently in Bradford County. in St. Mary's Church,
spelling bee on Tucsd.iy, subjects were pupil months ago from Starke. She
e. Endicott. N.Y. with burial in
: than 250 quality periodicals involved in their Florida lie brought pamphlets of ,
March 21. with the following progression and the results of family of Miss Beth was a member of Pine Valley
St. Mary's Cemetery. DeWitt
with part of the proceeds study. The students have Interest with two
students Mrs 'the state assessment tests. along
participating: Wimberly wish to thank their llolliness Church in Starke.
J sat C. Jones Funeral Home Was in
going to the Girl Scout Sandra [Duncan's room The next meeting to which aU enjoyed reading about the strawberry plants, explaining friends and relatives for Survivors include her
me'inp Council. In April your scout Hosuland Lennon Khonda parents are cordially Invited early Indian tribes of Florida. how they are grown and cared the many flowers food and prayers husband: Wesley E. Garber of charge of local arrangements
[ I ito will bring home an order form Cason Diane Weed.; Mrs und urged to attend. will be at Tom Watson Billy Jackson, for. Congratulations to the extended to them during her Dade City; four sons: Sherman -
from her troop. Please renew Donna Hartley's room [Danny 7 p.m. on April 18. The topic Helen Rivers Monica following students for their A illness and death. Curtis Carlos
ng your magazines with her so Jordan. Jim Nguyen will be evaluation and recommendations Maslowski and Christa and B report cards: Raymond Armstromg. all-of Dade City. Edmund D. Tenly Sr.. 72
Ize let that W( percent of the sub. Samantha llermon; Mrs regarding the Jacobsen have made Indian White, Becky Parrish Catrell Mrs. Nelson Green and Dennis Garber of Starke; Edmond D. Tenly, Sr.. 72. of
scription cost will benefit Girl Elaine Wood. Miss Shirley school discipline code. The Village dioramas. One has Overstreet Kathy Morrow, and two daughters. Miss Cynthiaand 516 S. Orange Street, Starke
family
i coIcr Scouting. This 40( percent is Johnson's room; Su/y Wilson next PTA meeting to keep in been displayed in the libraryand Andy Nguyen Wendy ... Miss Judy Garber of Dade died at his home Tuesday
tax deductible as a contribution Tony King Uremia (;nHls; mind will be the evening of the others are on display McDougald. Rohn Edmondson z ap City; mother Mrs. Elmfney morning March 211, followingan
c lelprch t tl to Gateway Girl Scout Mrs Ernestine: Thompk ins- April 23 which will be our In their classroom.In and Marty Irons. The family of the late Avie Smith of Dado City; 3 sisters; illness of several months I
Council. One suggested( use for Mrs. Thelma Knight's( room Spring Music Festival and the Mrs. Vicki McKinney's The library featured a table Luke would like to express Mrs. Nellis Griffis of 'Dade Born October 5, 1H05 in ,
this money Is pitying for then Tissy Eaves: Cellis Wa mn. election( 01978.79, PTA classroom the following display lor Wildlife Week thanks and appreciation for City Mrs. Bertie Mae Gainesville, Mr. Tenly had :
IIT new pool at Camp Cynthia De-Sue. association officers. students are congratulated for March 19-25. Among the Itemsof the food flowers and Zimmerman of Lagioner lived in Starke since l<))43.; Mr
ird. Chowenwaw. where everyone Winner at Southsule was Miss Esther Casas. music their good work and good interest were pictured of kindness prayers extended to us Penn., and Mrs. Betty Jean Tenly retired in 19i! (: from i
Ii would benefit. RoHaland Lennon. liunnpr-up teacher! at Southside has just citizenships: Stanley Griffis, the endangered species, during our time of grief. it Todd of Starke; one brother Cecil Field Naval Air Station ,
I Nev Special guest at this dinner was Rhonda Cason. The. returned from Nashville Kimbo Woods! Tangela emphasizing the fact that will always be appreciatedand E.J. Smith of Dpnaldson, as a machinist with the Civil I!
wasl.trs.o:18ie\ : Smith of Jack Pittman, Amy these animals become Service. He member'
judges were Mrs. Marjorie where the Crossroad Singers Packnam and may remembered.The Iowa. and three grand was a
sonville, Chairman of Personnel Murphy. Bobby Ferguson. made u live recording at the Connie Celsten. We wish good extinct (these animals children. and deacon of the First 1
'Y I Services for Gateway Dewey McKinney. pronnunvor Grand Old Opry House. This health to Wade Overstreet pictured also). The children Family of Mrs. Avie Luke Graveside funeral services Baptist Church.
: Council. Elsie presented Gold wits Mrs. liurney Winkler. will be a double album and who is scheduled for a have tried to name all the were held 3:10:: p.m. Friday In Survivors include his wife
2)1 Ill)!, Girl Scout Pins to the leaders Kosalund and Khonda will will he on the market In about tonsillectomy and to Tangela animals pictured and they the Dyal Cemetery, with Rev, Mrs. Louise Walters Tenly .<
9. who had ten or more years of participate in the Bradford eight weeks Miss Casas sings Pittman who Is recovering at- have checked out the many Words cannot adequately Robert Green and Rev. !M.C. daughter Mrs. Joan (C'hittv
I continous service. Receivingpins County Spelling Bee on with the group and also plays home from an auto accident.: books from the display. express our deep appreciationfor Griffis officiating. Coleman & and a son Edmond D. (Sonn
:III were !Mrs. Laurie Thursday. April 6. in the the flute We wish them the many kind and sympa. Ferguson. Funeral Home, Tenly, Jr., all of Starke; two
I !Mulling, Mrs. Elizabeth school board room. success with this album. LUNCH MENU thetic acts that came to us at Dade City, was in charge of brothers: Leroy II. Tcnly of.
Givens Walker and Mrs. On Tuesday evening. March The kindergarten rooms Mrs. Vicki Beal wants to April 3-7 the time of our recent arrangements. Gainesville and Carl Tenly ol
ur Carolyn Eaves. Thanks to the 21, there was a Parents' dyed Easter eggs on Thursday thank her class for the lovely MONDAY. April 3- bereavement.The Bay Saint Louis Mississippithree
Council, we felt very honored. Advisorv !Meeting! held at March 23, followed by an surprise birthday party'they Hamburger on bun, lettuce sisters: Mrs. "'runce'Peters
Senior Troop (flfi9;> has spent egg! hunt on the school gave her on Monday March tomato. pickle, corn, potato Family of Marjorie Few !Mrs L.M. Gray, 90 of St. Cloud Mrs. Zadie
ElI grounds. The helpers for Mrs. chips, peach! half milk. Lappe Rilse-Madsen of Leesburgand
H(' _ Dnrlcne Brown's room were 13.'Mrs.' Sandra Duncan' fifth TUESDAY. April 4- Mrs. L.M. (Florence) Gray Mrs. Isabelle Wenzell of
int Mrs. Erika Vogency, Mrs. grade has been doing a study Chicken and rice. turnip of 4 purl ,ci li Venda Walls Mrs. Linda unit on the heart. Mr. Charles; Krrens...sweet ppiatQ s uffle. vIOe''aj:4, JJunel,"yT<.,( ,"c/1./ 28, .-ehildt' l1'.lf. "!,..* .1\\ i
,Mrtnia .. Bryant and Mrs. Camllle Francis came as at guest pear half peanut Cup cornbread at her.home. Slie.uas 00.( 'Funeml' **l'SsfM'flr Mr
'" :1.to, .L'" ..- ,.,' Whitaker. speaker. explaining his heart milk.WEDNESDAY. Mrs. Gray is the sister of Tenly were held Wednesda:
Cc !Mrs. Laura Boyles-Mrs. operation. He gave the April 5- George Flynn, Sr. of Starke.A afternoon, March 29, in the|
.- < The Roman numerals at the !Maria\ Kopclousus' first grade students some advice on does Beef In gravy mashed native of Mandarin Mrs. First Baptist Church with
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base of tho pyramid on the room had an egg hunt In their and don'ts for taking care of potatoes green limas. apple Gray moved to Gainesville Rev. Ben P. Bryant, church
ni to) back of a dollar bill SignIfy room after dying eggs but it the heart.In crisp rolls, milk.THURSDAY. from .Jacksonville 55 years pastor and Rev. L.D. Names
< Ak 1776 whim the Docl.irationof was made more of a challengeby Mrs. Donna Hartley' April 6- a former pastor of the church
Utur Independence was Slgno f urV, find the egg! with his or heron been studying Bradford cheese, steamed cabbage, daughter Mrs. T. Jeff Davis Burial was in the family plot
:0 Charley name on it. County. They have learned applesauce, milk. of Gainesville; a brother in Crosby Lake Cemetcrv
ll\j\ many interesting facts about FRIDAY, April 7- Pizza George Flynn of Starke anti.five DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
mli E. __ the county's past and present.On tossed salad, green beans, Cinnamon was one si valuable sisters: Mrs. Hoger T. Home was In charge of
for. Friday March 17. the cookie delight milk. as gold. Hall of Cabin John, Md., Mrs. arrangements. '
cdlnj John* I Methodist Youth I students presented a play
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In careless act can cause County and Starke In NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
another person! to lose hiseve by Don Drnlnn !Mrs. Don llardenbrook, Mr. particular. Guests for the play -- REGISTER

light..hi masculinity..a Youth Director and !Mrs Harry Green and were Miss Lisa Mitchell. Florida, for the complete construction NOTICEOF -IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FICTITIOUS NAME
ers : lesult in a law suit for Easter: Sunday was a long !Mr and Mrs. Joe Bakken, and Bradford County Strawberry of: THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Pursuant to Section 865.09
h< $100,000) or more. The' and busy day for the youth of !Mrs Laurie Mulhns. Queen and Mrs. Elaine SHERIFF'S SALE IN AND FOR BRADFORD Florida Statutes notice Is here
".illi usual $10,000 personal the First United !Methodist The youth participatedagain Wood's fifth grade class. .Mr. Starke City Hall Notice Is hereby given that I I. COUNTY FLORIDA. by given that the undersignedJames
liability policy in Church. as a youth choir in the 11 Greg Alvarez, agriculture Starke, Florida Dolph E. Reddish, as sheriff of CASE NO. 78.96.KATHERINE R. Morgan, Rt. 2, Box
longer
no Approximately youth met a.m service. teacher at BHS, visited the Bradford County, Florida under" EDLING, Plaintiff, 1533. Keystone Heights Fla
I adequate. Can the Charley at the Church at 6':11I: > u.m. A new youth program will at which time bids will be public. and by virtue of Writ of Execution -w- 32666, doing business under the
E. Johns! Agency increase Easter morning The first begin at the First United 5555 SSSSSSSS. .S ly opened and read aloud. Bids to-wlt: ALBERT G. EDLING and ANNL. firm name of "JIM'S STYLING
.'* < my Comprehensive activity of the day was singing !Methodist Church on Sunday, f received after the above time Execution Issued out of EDLING. his wife if alive, and CENTER," 2305 N. Temple
Personal Liability to us a youth choir in tho 7am April 2. This program will be and date will not be considered. County Court for Bradford if dead then his or her unknown Ave., Starke, Bradford County
I S100,000..even 11.000.000 community service The youth for 10. 11 and 12 year old LEGALNOTICE County, Florida pursuant to a heirs, devises legatees, or Florida 32091 Intends to
'lohiie for just a few dollars sang "Praise. Praise" under youth. They will meet each Final Judgement for Glenn H. grantees and all other personsor register said fictitious name
.<< *1! premium?" more 'the direction of Mrs I*)von Sunday evening from S p.m. PLANS. SPECIFICATIONS Mackey of Lawtey, florida. and parties claiming by, through, under the provisions of aforesaid
Drivas with Mrs Ada until 6-30 p.m. Ccunselors for OF INTENTIONTO AND CONTRACT DOCUMENTS against Willie L. Dillon defen-. under or against them and all statute.
rdJdel Charley E. Reddish ut the piano this group will be Mrs. Dot REGISTER may be obtained from dent, In the amount of *600.00 parties or persons having or James R. Morgan, owner
Immediately following the Denton and Mrs. Sybil FICTITIOUS NAME the office of Don R. Morgan, together with costs of collec- claiming any right, title or inter Dated this 23rd day of March
JOIINSAGENCY111"C early service the youth served Dempsey The program will Pursuant to Section 865.09. Architect, Poet Office Drawer tion. est in and to the premises A.D. 1978 at Starke, Florida
:rrJ some three hundred pancakesto be under the direction of the Florida Statutea notice Is 1208 Keystone Heights, Florida Have seized and have in my Involved in this suit, Defendants. 3/23 4tchg 4/13
131: S WALNUT ST STARKIr E the hungry congregation pastor, Hev. George Harper, hereby given that HARRY W. 32666 ONLY.CONTRACTORS. possession the following described ....
th PHONE Assisting the youth in the pancake and youth director Rev. Don KYLE and MARY ANN KYLE personal property to-wit: NOTICE OF SUITTOOUIETTITLE ADVERTISEMENTINVITATION

JlnIII 964-5070_ _ __ breakfast were Mr. and Denton. Route 3, Box 94. Starka, Florida, : Will, upon receipt 1970 Chevrolet 2 dr. TO BID
: :- :-: 32091 doing business under the of One Hundred Dollars I.D. No. 164370U167S12. IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF Sealed bids will be received oy
sriklkl'i .......---- -----....... .... ".. firm name of "DOUBLE RUN' (1100.00)) ) payable to Don R. As the property of the above FLORIDA: Board of Trustees, Bradford
: : FARM. at the above address In Morgan Architect be forwarded named defendant and that on To the Defendants: County Hospital Corporation 922E.
or FREE .f :; STICK( Bradford County, Florida two sets of plans and specifications I- Monday, the 24th day of April, ALBERT'G. EDLING and ANN Call Street, Starke FL up to 7
ipJf ; j S Intends to register said fictitious collect. Fifty Dollars 1978, at twelve o'clock Noon on L. EDUNG. his wife, if alive, or if p.m., 20th of April, 1978 at
I name under the provisions of the (150.00)) will be refunded provided said day on the premises of the dead to hit or her unknown which time and place all bids received
: With ThisCoupon i In Your Choice of : aforesaid Statute. the plans and specifications Bradford County Jail, I will offer heirs devisees legatees or will be publicly opened
irke'l HARRY W. KYLE and MARY are returned In "good" for sale and sell to the highest grantees, and all other personsor and read aloud for furnishing all
ichiica4! 12 Flavors of : ANN KYLE are Joint owners. condition within ten days of bid; bidder for cash In hand the parties claiming by, through, materials and labor for:
OLD FASHION CANDY DATED this Tenth day ofMarch opening. above described property of said under or against them; ROOFING REPAIRS TO MAIN
MARCH 29 APRIL 1 : A.D. 1978. at Stark defendant to satisfy the aforesaid And to: HOSPITAL BUILDING, BRAD-
I IiiLap Florida SUBCONTRACTOR: Will upon Execution. AD parties or persona having or FORD COUNTY HOSPITAL.
3/16 4tchg 4/6 receipt of Fifty Dollars (J50.00I) Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff claiming any right. title or Inter. STARKE, FLORIDA, BRAD'
rtl S McCURRY'S At Thee 1.I. .... made payable to Don R. Bradford County Florida est In and to the following described FORD COUNTY HOSPITAL
I S [ Morgan, Architect be forwardedone 3/30 4tchg 4/20 property, situated in CORPORATION, STARKE
C q BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR EXHIBITION BUILDING I.' NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO set of plans and 'specifications Bradford County, Florida: FLORIDA. i
: __ REGISTER nonrefundable.EACH 5555 Lots 44 and 46, Cypress Avenue, All bids must be submitted |H
r SS FICTITIOUS NAME CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES, accord: with plans and specifics/ )
: S Just Stop By To Browse And Say Hello To A Florida Neighbor S Pursuant to Section 866.09, according to plat thereof recorded tions which may be obtained al
sd1; or DOLLAR OFFER I S SI Florida Statute, notice Is BID: Shall be accompanied NOTICE in Plat Book 3, page 6, the office of Moore, May and \
p. S My"SWEET hereby given that the undersigned by a cashier's check or THE BOARD OF COUNTY Bradford County public records. Harrington; Architect Inc., 606 \
1 S This Ad And Coupon Good For S1.00 Box or In Merchandise My Booth 'In the Exhibition S S Rarford Testone, Sr. and bid bond in the amount of 6 COMMISSIONERS OF BRADFORD You and each of you ere notified N.E First Street Gainesville ,
rk : Bag of Candy With.. Purchase of $3.00 or More Building At The Bradford County Fair Raifcrd Tetstone Jr both of 835: percent of the bid price. payable COUNTY HEREBY that a suit to quiet title to FL: or at the office of. Administrator '
chit S. Parker Street Starke, Fla. to the Owner. GIVES NOTICE OF INTENT TO the above-described property Bradford County
b S FREE 5. Stick $1 Value Box Of SS 32091 doing business under the PURCHASE A THREE((3)) YARD has been filed against you and Hospital. Stark. FL.
Candy or
S Candy S firm name of "R & J THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER: ARTICULATED WHEEL you are required to serve a copy Two sets of plans and. two
I II : S BUILDERS" 835 S. Parker. Win be required to provide a LOADER. of your answer to the complaint copies of project manual, In- ."
Just Fill Out Drawing For Fine Gifts
I And Bring To Saturday. I Promise,
My Booth' For This
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Street Starka, Bradford
No Performance Labor and Material THE BIDS WILL BE OPENED on the Plaintiff's attorney. cluding forms of bidding may r
Special Offer Then Telephone Calls No
Hassellng. No
: Deposit In Box For Pressure.McCURRY'S. County. Florida 32091 Intendsto Payment Bond in the amount of MONDAY APRIL 3, 1978 AT 10 MYRON C. PREVATT, JR., be secured from office of the
S S SS register said flctrtous name. i 100 percent of the bid amount. A.M.' THE BOARD OF COUNTY P.O. Drawer 798 f Keystone architect or the hospital administrator -
S i under the provisional of aforesaid Surety Company shal be .- COMMISSIONERS OF Heights Florida and file the original by depositing there-
S statute.Raifcrd. censed to do business in the BRADFORD COUNTY HAS In the office of the Clerk of' wiUV 10.00. Daposites will be
: -I 1 Only Offer, To Others Things I Would Give My Wife or.Chlldren : Tetstona, Sr.. ft state of Florida and shall be THE RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR the Circuit- Court on or before refunded upon submission of 'I'
S S Raiford Tststone, Jr., owners. listed by the United States Treasury REJECT ANY OR ALL BIDS April 15, 1978; ptherwtse a bcriatidebidCndretumofasidplans I
: FINE CANDT-GIFTS-BIBLES-FLORIDASOUYENJRS SS Dated t this 30th day of March Department. WHICHEVER WILL BE IN THE default will be taken against you. and contract documents,
.. A.D. 1978 at Starka. Florida. PROPOSALS: May not be withdrawn BEST INTEREST OF This notice shall be published in good condition within ten
: Box 646 Leesburg. FL 32748 : 3/364tpd4/20 for thirty days after bid BRADFORD COUNTY.A once a week for four conaecu- days after date set for opening
: ------------------------------------- date COPY OF THE BID REQUEST tive weeks' In the Bradford of bids. I
5.SIWITATIONTO
rI : ;
l r AND SPECIFICATIONS CAN County Taiearaoh The Board reserves the rightto
: I NAME BIRTHDATE- I I : B'IDDERS ,?r"f'I" ALL BIDDERS: Wit/ be notified. BE OBTAINED BY CON Dated this-'14ih day of March waive informalities In any bid;
S I S ..'" of the award of contract to the TACTING THE OFFICE OF THE 1978. 1o accept any bid which they I' '
: ADDRESS. I 5 NOTICE TO BIDDERS: -T/V, successful bidder or the rejection CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT. GILBERT' S. BROWN 'consider In best public interest: '
I I P. of all bids within five days AT THE BRADFORD COUNTY CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT and to reject any and all bids.
:. I II CITY STATE -ZIP- I : NOTICE la hereby given Wseeled of the Owners decision. COURTHOUSE.. STARKE, COURT BOARD OF TRUSTEES ;.
I I I. Bid Proposals wM be r.... Bradford County Florida. BRADFORD COUNTY HOSPiTAL
wi I : Il _BUSINESS_____or OCCUPATION --- I : carved: by tha CIty of Starka. END OF.NOTICE TO BIDDERS FLORIDA.GILBERTS.. BROWN By: S/Marian McRo, Deputy CORPORATION STARKE J:
S. ---.----------------.------------ until 7:30 P.M. CST April 18. CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT Clerk FL
( ..................................................., ..........; 1978. at the dry Hall. Stark. 3tchq 3/23/73 4/8/78 3/23 2tchg 3/30 3/164tchg 4/6 3/30 3tchg 4/13




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'Clatsifted: Ad r__FOR RENT ) r PERSONALS :::1: L. -' MOTORCYCLES FOR SALE J ( rDR SALE ] 1(F FOR SALE J L IFOR SALE J ... Kingiley Secluded Dlttlnctlva lot Lake redwood Lake-Sent Calm a, CB Fe 75'conltmporery undisturbed... water -financed., -terent


Bring Results situation 1000 Iq. ft. home, furnished' duplex a.
PUBLIC AUCTION: _.... .bylaserlelbea
All homo SUZURIOF STABKEl
HANDYMAN
repair peer
MUZZLE LOADERi Need CHURCH YARD 8ALE- over water.
"Tl'IINIKHED APARTMENT. 0. Bond ....-.. eelBetordoy. apt
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KW/aioalk. puss .'u....... PkaaeUMSI ......,u.., .beooewaehlng. P..... ....-8020. 1440 SouthWataat .u,....7.... BM Perry,auellaaoor.AB patches. ? Open 10 >..>. la 6 of the chnrch. .have. been pattagetber money.
alur, I p... lipd ,/,. awl ....11... Special. ratea / 1301 Booth la eeosarfestoal go la ....... COOMeoo : ....S.t.....,, 733-2569. 3/9 te> ralia aieaey far 7000 iq. ft. CS bldg. Brown 1M St., ...... option.

CLASSIFIED AD -- "'' -.- 1.... far ....., elU..... Starhe.l. tl/.... a. bora ..-.. ol st regular itch",| 4/I3 ... church. lu.it... Large 0 Hampton Lakei. Lovely Brick extra lot.
De.dUae' l... laacrtloaaeseJay S4IN RENTi I I. Mobile' H.... Free eatlmatee. Pheae 964. isis HONDA 300. Btresl. new I k sole Isootloa behled ....._ Pool ..-___ .,-- -- .....,...,great bay. 3 mllee
water, ....... ........ MvarUytcb. 8MI alter 8 p.m. for Immediate 174. 1... 11.. I.Me .1..... Oflum. lee Ikfc.' ...",oaly. llpd 310AUCTIONi PATIO COVERS! 10,JO for north of 8'.,.... Beilde 301. S "Tuck's Drive In" 301 S. Ideal commercial

MM precedinhefere .. AC.: waoklai auxkln. atteallea.. 2/X3: 6tckg .....laally. I4SII. 'b... 473-4MS .. :' : i'iiii'-: -. .hernia aad ....11. .home.. It 1 3 Touch of the old with 2 story home 1.75 acres.
Thursday ptMlcaj ,........... Hot .... aiaalh. Oa 21 a 310BILL'S 47SMM. llcfcg 1111I WHOLESALE ..
I.. ..".... Htolwa A.... 479-IS4M., Eeert T.........,. Sp.m. 6199 "."u". SIS9 uametoDed. .REEZER'- Building tot In Croon Acree Ideal neighborhood.
ALU UPRIGHT :
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llnlmum charge tilL aicag a/at 4/t RRTTSIllIVItE SAW SHOP, Complete U7. Hoodo CVrC: : 8 _.... MB. feolueevlne.. illS liD Perry Hiwtkereo, owaor cod Rd.. MINUM. GATOR P...... 372-9767. feet. In working ceadltlea.S123. > Apt. House S modern units, good return.e .

(Coveii IS Wards) .. ... ..,...1.., hails ...... U.70. Hoe aereeIreoi ..v. 04e4 1/M 4/11 4620 N.W. 13th. 8t Galneavine. Phone. 064.6338 er 1113 Hampton Lake Unpretentious elegant home
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:* FOR REST New, ........,. .C..., carbide.chsu a.,._. Peel 011..... 471 -
E.ch word aver ISIs ........ tram ,MS. ...."1,. I., rn..., .Made. ..I.... ovM or 471-4444, slier 6 ,... Pug'6ALErEietollve; pool &Ukie.4 .;i 8/11 tl/ckg_ 2198.1123! Ztchg 3130 3.2 A. ) BR CB home huge CB garage. '

16 cents t.clado eat.,.etlllltea HW. Mil HoyMeae>..ld. 47V27U.Mlk grewad aad ..". Leave. .11.", / otMe be.....4'.8'.ckalker.sue HEATERS, Wood .beater. GENTLE-WElSH P4)57- Amailng brick displaying vast creative ingenuity

Not responsible. for error itlckg "30 4/8 ., I....... Bulldlag Supply ...... ..... I ... slkks. areee lok portable ......... ....,.,., H.'...., aad.'., e with
wagoa.
_.. ._ Starke er Keyataae Height. wUk wolaa H."" I4TJ aoollaMo.471atS. ....,.,.. electricboater exacting engineering expertise pool.
when given over ,Ie phone. -- -- -- F- 3/. circulating ....U... .....1'.... '585.Ph. .
tll.. AUTOMOBILES! llekg .. and e Ideal I bachelor pad 1 BR CB furnished. on I acre.
ne when copy I II not typed t BEDROOM MullEt 1'.1.".... *. Also "" ... 9r)4-o33) er 833-2198.

and broil hl.t ,the ofnC'eMISCElLANEOUS poaklvolif aa ..: ::. t ckld pormilted. < I-WILL PICK UP"(; iLU, USED A L'4i ii8 Li; HeysHolgkla. .... ga. stoves. .... ,.''n.te,.,, 3l232lchg3l30. 10 fenced acres with delightfully level pastures .7$
Cardoa : .,, L-, .. .. ... BARGAIN CEN1LR.: SQl .
aa REM altar school ... keep Nloe Ii. to 10 pecan trees cypress home, garage, large barn,
... ,.. ..... .. 237 INDIAN VilNNE6"AGO-
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tracts I la ", klla.,,_ ol ... South. ol Starke, 9844679.
..... ,,,... TM-41T9. 3/M tkcai. at my .koiae while.. yea acre .... S JJJ.OOO-20 AC.well tank pole,cleared.
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e> lukg _,... lt 6tkFredea. 1974 Chevrolet 8....'....- ..._.. name psnall aiooUeBOBWO II/!L-______ __ 1974, leepa 8. leHyequipped.
tkreugk Geed ....1110.. CI... s.. sad goNe ......... a lake.Prised I0,0)0.. Phone 0 1240 Blending CIlIA, excellent condition.
UNFURNISHED APT- Phone B'.....
I UTILITY BUILDINGS, All .
008 with was Irooi tloa .
Oil In lit.,.... to W4-707J er Wl 5100. 3123
Downtown,.,.taI,*. ;. 9644023. 3123 4tpd at.Regloter.....Sallll.Ca. down to $40 per _..". t:...... aluminum. p.I,.., recaplabloe 2tpd 3130 Nice home with 12 productive acres

Central H. and. A. Forlolermallaa. 4113 Paeae Uchg elal froatsie .. HR II a.sloMo.Owaor ,light. ...Itch.., light,, S 2.5 A with a variety of flowers & fruit tr.... Home
I.GOT call 984-7271 or --------.-- 4I-4>7. 1/30: /."| and floor i-.I rc1I.1I.r :
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---- -------- tongue groove 4 Ualoa oX garage workshop owner financed..
A TASTE FOR ADVENTURE came .by BnPlngtonj't GiftSh.p. 1987 PICK UP-Ford F-IOO delivered and set .
\ ? Yea will Ibid. It 104 W. Call 5$. U-chg DISABLED VETERAN with new irbergwa. t.pp.r.Gasi run i'i. ; 7 owner.;TtoTs..; 'soillaeelBoreloepamlrir.la ; available. up to up.financing 48 S:30.: p.m.. 496.2433. 3- *>Charming well built brick on Madison.
23 413Airatream
WII eleaa eat .Hlived II....... 4tchg
!. tlM' Nh,. Travel. to exciting 1---d-r.ii-;; ta keep year gang tke, ... _.11...... 1 1.1 00. Ck,I.......Tel.471 14U.1I3II1I,. ...1.. to pay 60 .10... 1 BR 2B CIlIA on landscaped tot- 27,000.
place. .. Werk space P...... 984-7813. liP Ilchg' Hviakl. at Hterke,9A4-6DZO( ;. Travel Trailer. .SIIt.
V.I.'........ newly. r. ...1etI ,juak.. 473-1408. 4/e to Acres, 3 B R home. Income from trailer .
.(. equipment. G.t top 3130 9644021. ana tt/chg ., lull carefree ........
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t. deposit. .
Security ..
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career tralalng.and Inquire To-Rena Matel -------- --- EFBIGEBATIIRi 11 ... It..Copeertoao electric. front Jack, wide Com'or'oblecozyn.arly new home on Colby Rd.
s grout I.t.,.. For mere wHk. automatic .1.. NORTIICAIIUI.INAl.AM track. air rendition, )
rear
P..... 984-8784. 3123 3tchg" POLARIROIJGI1Ali. w Kingtley Picturesque spring beside BR home .
GREASE 1(71 DODGE !\ > 10
SEPTIC TANK *; t acreo overlooking
.formation contact ChiefKelly. ........ Like. ... Pkeao 4734IOSBolwooa bath twin bade.plua gauche.enrelleat '
.3724289.Or see me it 418! TRAP.c"._.,,, new II.... fully ee.iuppWoiooloal .. 4-4 p... 3/30 Itch. 48rU.r .....'11.1 mouatalaa and condition "' .110O. large dock for entertainIng Approx 70' x 20V.
............. .... F.,. ..... soadkloa.see.. Weeter ...110,., real alee Ireea and .
Bradford Square Mead 10 .. .. $7,000. 307 N. Church: Handymen special.
ay F Riif" i'i"'iBi7T l7 z Au... Lsko. psi.... Ins .I.Iph. -; CaU 498-2003.) 3-2.1 ItchgLUMBF.R .
4311022. All .bu.Ia.aoarscinied.33IWrh RIJMMAGL; MALE ..adMaturday. plenty ol mountain .laurel
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a.to | Th.' I bath brick. .._. located I. ... 4M-trST er 4M-I74S. 1/1 ..., 0 2 BR frame,owner fin., (11.100.
IXtl Jokao 15,1 This. tract has lair ..... and ; ; ; .;
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4/2N I Lake. B., ,, CaB M. 110.. .. H' I. I la ft I. dose ,. Murphy, N.C... cut to build. ALSO e> Downtown Lawtey Ideal building for antique {

Real E.t.'.. REALTOR. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS FOUR 'ii:' I jji"-MAGN.; .. p.m. llpd 3MALHO. t850/acra, has real good ha,.... ALSO firewood.young hR- shop, parts store, cabinet shop etc. Priced right, '

496-3978. 3/2 U./.... ) : P...... M4-6N94 era64.7m.tlchg .... IS I.. CM. U> ...". c...... pile-UP' TENT' -CaMPER.: : 11114*. term MOUNTAIN CABIN 30. Ph... 984-5817. 33tpd .

.. ._ __ Clark. H...,. 41S H.E. Sib HI.. Msreary Hedsa.. ,,,... (04BSU. .located aa 2.4 ....... good
HOUSES FOR RENT-Oae, I.... ...1... .BMatod. asar Fan
It.... 330PLANTEPERTII.IZIR. ......, lead. I. all wooded.
HOMES FOR SALEFOR I BR, ,.,.1........ II23 One, ..,... 1/30 llpdWA aid irea..The. cabin I. no) WATSON'S HOUSE OF
Urge 4 BR, t I/a .both with. SEWING MACHINES -- : 7 .. m RALPH
1613' CHEVROLET ITATIUI'' peaslarrow completely' finished, but ll li. VACUUMS! Maay b'.... 0'
carpeting. and dra.... REPAIREDi. All mats.cinsnsd <:ON. aeod. ...dI...., akaaMol491. drops seed. lorllllios,. completely dried In and liUveible aew vacuum. 0... ?
HALE Z BR FRAME first and last maalh'a ,..t ,In elled.. sad adjusted. S/JO llckgi ....,. seed. deeds. Item cere lamustard. while you finish I ll machine available.. Expertrepalra Lillian Pearson I.irr BRYAN
......... Jsme.SirlekIa.dc.ra.r .. S75. 'h... Roy Lloyd' .
Work
Call 984-7521 '7. guaranteed. .
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HOUSE... wall to wall ------------- .8)47. $/30 up. :2 BR largo deck overlooking ,all make. Part and REALTOR
S44 Had
carpet ........ 1/2 acre Itchg 31. 3 el M.,... i"LYMOI'TH' FdRYi) H77. ...... .. ........In.. Ownel, acceaeorlea far all vacuumyalem Real Estate

corner lot I.,....... a, ..- ----- Read_and. _!Hwy_18. tl/ckg ._... AC.: ....I.. '11. PB. I42M. STEEL TRAILER;, ii eu: Ii.:. 131: o needs. to sell. SI 7.5(10.( ...,500 .. 404 NW I0.h BRANCH OFFICEUS

lu.h...90 8.E.' 5th A...., HOUSE FOR RENT-Lake Pkoa. 47 -tlOT. .llpd I/M B>. ..,.01'". E.... lire sad wkeel.ntw. down payment assume loan. A........ CauteavUle. Phase 301 NORTHLAWTEV. 2117 N. Temple'

Lake. Butler, tfa/chg K.yit.. .la town, ... PIANO TUNING...te.. Repairplaaaa A., -- --.-.-- ------ ...... Boy Llotd. >114"3111. One Acre about 5 mile Iron STS.:!.MO. :..U/chjL.!! ______ .FLORIDA 904-8788
lu'.I...... newly redecorated CUSTOMIZE LDV Iraok. U7It'kovreiol. ', Itpd 3130 Murphy N.C. Nice. knoll '., 782-3808
2Ti8b cTNCORDi; Double; condition. William George saa roof, roil boro, to A.lu... Stallion landing OFFICE OPENIATURDAYS
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wide. 3 BR. S balha. dlabwaaher new W IW carpeting 1228 Blaadlng St., S,.,.... Hills, vlayl eo.or. saga. CB. Al BOAT M4IT(.Rl; o-kp Mercury.; ; I Iyear. 1 building or you ceo park! i irsraper at Stud-Hive 2 to choose 13 1/2 ec,.., 4 BR, t bath.

carpet, CHI A. large LR. large DR..quipp.d 964-5287. 3/2 '".... ....,.. 8 track tape '"Y''. ACkool. old. like .... RoaeoasMcprfce. *r trailer. SIJ100.. from. Double to Domino..... frame .home plu 3 BR I 9Z
Kitchen. 2 BR. I .. ,.... H44-4033 alter" S ... S5UO down poymenl. Tkes.are '
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furnished. 89.6OO casher 28.000 allies. .JOO leg p High Time Bloodline. (..11itoIlls "bath frame, 844 JOO.Fermi SUNDAY BY APPT.
partly -------
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laundry Il3t
room llsklo. "... 47J-W71. .llpd 3/1 Itckg a -----
and 4982003
tl.OOOdewa. (112/mo. yd. family beach. CH/A. .,. HOME REMODELING, "II "' listing. W* have all type oproperty daytime 3 BR. t bath. brick W. have. acreagetljOOO tram
Phoao 964-7194. S2lpd 8200 per "0.. Call 473-3287. it.. (la the hone. we do It/ tHrTvT'FrCrT-CVT: i lOll.-riw .. r.7a-i: TMAILr.R: : kltck sod. listed Iron. ( :! Evenlnga.tlchg: CHI, 2 tlroplacee.. barn aa coral

Itch' 3KEYSTONEt_ _______ Plumbing electrical rodle ....... 47.000 ..... MMPkoao .. electric. brakes. to pull Ire..1 OO/..,. and up. We has. YARD SALEl *cU. 6Ilesday with 7 acre. 881.000 10 !.._ '
,........ P......994. OOM. Itek
0011. addition 4lck 4102i"oii 175. )
Commercialaoned roam etc. 7H1-10I1. 3/30 | mill tracts we also. havaaveral Al typo .1 ..dFaraHare. acres, 870,000. W* have 1.4. for mabllehomeil .
FOUR BEDROOM Iramo Coed work. at reasonable 930CARD cabins houses ol. IM DROP IN.. --- -- '
home looly I year eld). with. "BB. 1400 .... ft. price reference.. Phone ,, DEL 'A"8perts"Tesipi;,, -------- .-- cor..
call 'or S.7 lOllS
farms, el*. M rite or acre --
BALE 10a.m.
lOOilflJ Silurdsy ll
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53305. I4O Plyaiealk. a treat cai
2.bad.bathe., fenced With and 10 acre,,,. .al.. No. 21 North. 8273 per ... 1)64087. 3/9 4tcbg. 3/30 .... ....I' ..rt..,. ".110O. Pfcoa46KI578 ., 5 .... I IsaiUos. lit .11. 4,_ fro listing bra.h..,.. Vo. FlorHand Realty bOA $13,500.:. __ Wo kaveiet..., building. !
.u :"" -- '-- alter t ,... llpd 3/30 ..11.... P.O., .H..I oa HK IIIllckg can call Ire ol charge b, -- -
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Phone 984-5799. 3/18 4lchg KEYSTONE REALTY BABYSITTING iSr MY 85 acre planted 1' ,
JJO8EVEKAL dialing. 1-800-4.1H-742I. Writ Wo kayo. .....,eI.1
4/8 4732814_____ tI/.h!* HOME, ..,tI.... Phone 782- CHEVY--BISCAYNF.i- *ii 37 .00 4 I _____ __________ or fall today. Cherokee. I.....I 3113 Temple Ave.SXarke.Fla. South .IMMMMItorma_ '. property sad ladaotria
--( 3216 alter 4 Myrtle ...... ...011..... Pkeas 964.18": IT t:1II: 'I. IRe ... I' .... asks. ,
41 RtiiR: M r"-PL S1 KEYSTONE 3 B"R7'l B. p.m. $ (... Murphy, N.C.. 2H9IX)! 8 .. oV up. Large property t Wa ... .help yon
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L.N. 4/6 luk 984-7700
fully equipped kitchen.CHA 3/18.4tpd.. | ,.. 3 Z 7tpd ./14 city water,I3JMHI par acre. BUY a ......, BUILD, a.o.
Keyotono Molrooo lake sow gee grill.ltftfti s. 0014 ,
area adjacent. ta golf eouroa.Beautifully ; W/l .._.-...., ear- Is-FOR 4oA' FORMS-;-$10 'tell 4HgVnmT'pKk.1Jl i : ehaBOoUon, e' 1loaoo'aieoaa'lnl't fRACt a=i ..r IIj'tI "i 'For' 'Roa'l'od'FiVllaBhBalUlag. II pot..,".:tw--.wjtt beeaa,, ec-rSKL-L1 av ... ..., 'It'E".ID.
large lot,' 9250 .... .' ........ radio. CB ........ and *d.rUOO& Pkeae> 06440fl '' .. and. Woehendaalli
landncaped.. port\ for 1040 forma, II ao .other i'-. ft ....,. Good coadltloiSI600. ." Sea ... 10 ..,.. ...."Iet." to J
tool be.. J50 V-a II......... sj.am. ltpdi/I0 .I f :
corner lot. Clean., CH/A, 3 KEYSTONE REALTY atuchmeata. 30 yr*. ....... 1M4070I .".. 4 ..... .. -. ----,. ------ Phone 782-3358. 312 ...... lacing 230 WUaea RALPH BRYAN
BR. I bath. Owners have 4732814 tl/c.. ..,.rl..... Ph... DaalellaMartin. workaiM. .-.3O>. ... lor, A... 11341 Ztchg 3130FUNISHINGSt Live ea I Acre la ally la aS Rd. 82Z4HM.: REALTOR 9844208
FIREWIM 820
....... Upper liD'.. for 9644573.. 3/18 per pickupbad. Bit Z bath, ceatral .heat
----- --- -- 4lpd ll/pd __ fara"lohodframe SALESMEN&WAYNE
more Information. call PECANS 6Oe per ;! New an.. sad air ...... I BR homo
Rolalne. Little. Realtor, I'BR COTTAGE Included.KEYSTONE on.Lk. 4/6 ........ Phone 964-8210. used lIvIng. room ..11... ... .... washer. .... dryer. 9044593MARY DOUGLAS) .

Broker / Salesman eve. and I'lUitle ----- --- --- HELP WANTEDSALEM and uaed ...11'....., man;, Ideal. Location, S BR. C... 643290.----- BROWN

weekend. 3722112. Trend HEIGHTS CARPET INSTALLATION L ether .Ite.... BARGAI? Heal sad Air' ImmacelatecleaoJe.1 8p...... .black ._..1 large
REALTY Ph... 473- experienced, I. nIlphia. ) 161.5233fl.THOMA'
Realty 10' Gainesville.. Inc.. CENTER .101 South, oAtarke. aiava .la BR. Ia.. ,. 823.000.
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2814 3/18 tlchgKITCIIEVErfEirT de.1 lr. local sight
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Realtor 377-6668. 3/9 4tchg ... weekend t INSURANCE 1 __
3f BR .0' CallRallord. HECRCTAHVl: Sow -------- Very Good Ceedltlea." Con 3 BR frame on I 1/2 ..'..
Sj 431-1122 alter 3 .. B HIHAYi. Argentinahlghlv Crawford Road. 118,700.
AC. utilities Included. lyp'aft Seat be ." ta eecpahle. H... Ah3 BR Moon,
TV.
MCE"TWO( BR""HOMEConcrete pt. ..... .__ 964 -----
p.m. E..... _, Now fertUlaod. phone Ideal. for ....... who. '
Block.. I bath laconvenient Totally furnished. ........ In ,.,... 38JS Acres 1340 on 301.
; ,, Apply 807l.7/2ltl/cli
Meekly. / monthly ,. ... ----------- MAINE8 INSURANCE |. want a ........ too
location. Carpetthruout. Morko Home Coaler. 3tl SarlItINt. 1511.500.
CUSTOM! MADEDRAPEKIESi : 160 8. Lake A.... Term -
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Motel. 800 N. Itee. fs
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Stove and refrigerator Temple ... llckg 33OHolosataol < <> ART: aew
Temple A..... Starke. ph... V\e are new Lake Butler. 498-3978.! Mt. aew only *I50 or Irsds lsoiall < Acre Lot oat ol La..." Ob Appx. xTcre; Ltttlo. Haala REALTY
Included. Fenced 984-5824 yardon 984-7357. 3/9 4tpd 3/30 docking. lots of fabric. Free III'4 4GEMF.'T i: Complete lasaraaee ..,,,.... i keel sod motor. Phese 47 225; only 10 perceat dowa Fa L..... 3 BR. MH, 133400tor
two lot*. Phone I.... 47ft 43045." llrki 3/311 ... a 1/2
estimate Stephen, ler auMlo home solos 4 IW or and closing coat.Weeded Adjoining' oppi. 621 North Walnut. St.
alter 5:30.: 3123 2lpd 3130 --------- Good .., ....1".. Holoi. INSURANCE Rlherd. laauraaca ..,.. ....1. 2 BR hanae I
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EFFICIENCY APT-Nowly !.!!..!.;!!!!:,.!.!. !! .. A.... Farmer RIDIM1: I.AWN" "MOWlHi .lies, .... Florida. 32091
--- --- ----- osporleace .1., bet vlll trail Acreoge o.G.lg.r BR MH, 828.000, both for
HOUSE FOR SALE-2 BR. ,.....,.,.... Adults, no ).EVtING: MACHINES quolllled. ,.._. Neat appoorsaeo. .ad Dealers Beak. Balding.Phoaa :34" >.,. 7 1/2 kp.( I .,..... .1...." Rd. Let how 858,000. 984-6162
completely remodeled In p.ta. Security deposit. KKPAIRKI:. : -factory trained Apply. I. ,..._. H...... Horn. 496-2101.! Lake Bailor .tort. need cosdllloa.' rkooeBSZH. lIe .na. __ Formerly. A J.Theme.

,.... Ph... 9646020. ll!chg UtiUlle and air lurnlshod. .....d.II.'. will service. all I eater. I0/3ltf/s... : llpd 1/W yea tha p..toatlale.ID S and 4/10 acre. on u.s. Real Citate

------ Inquire at Ta-Rena Motel make* and model In your I llsureblet \\ARII HALri:, Nstardof| ",10 le High. Boaatllal A....... 301. 8ISOOp.-: --- -
----- 984-8784. 3123 418, home. AU work guaranteed.For ,.... w.... work I. Moody'. Everyoa Fear BR, 2 bath coodrotsblock
WIDE Mobile. 3tcgh leialllee., ) .. I mile out Soil Road A WEEKEND' ,
TRIPLE Produce II.... Had 1/30 Immediate laverago by C. MalatalBed DAY EVE
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appointment. nee Hlsrke. tI.."". love, all<. carport. Weal
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home located In JacksonvIU. '" .. .... JOE USHER ...., will hold mlg.Need Phone 782-3H08
moved.. Fully :MAKE RESERVATION: *! a*'; lorsaniatr R.b.... Fabric. 3 HO W --- ---- .Heats. lolo signs. llrhg l/.HI: Madlaen St., Sea by appl.aaly. .
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Can AGENCY 496-2126 49629O1. .
vacalloilo on Iii.a1.I..he. Maim Lake. Buller.WIIIIIMil .
EXPERIENCED' .
furnished.collect Phone call. 3123 704-MIO.: Ztpd I Ph... 53.1 23416. 3/311 ll/ch| III >.... ........... WAITRESSES Part lias. F 05 "AI Ki:, 4 hp \I.....* Moloi. with t trailer.* sell tha Sooth 11 .Acre elHampton BRASINGTtlNCadffl --- -

:No .. t.pi, ...i ft'jOlNorth rcaMoaeble. ,..... hpecloKiina, lafsrat or fan Um. Rye'. Homestead I.Ike .... Ph... 473.J4JH. lip 0.,.. bora tea. 2J ..,.. .hi Hampton. N.
3130! .., : : .I o. I Olftemobae
....1'...... and pulpweodIntroo Reotaurant Keyatoae 'j/in .c 10..... awaer I.......... ,

;; -for-sale Patrol..Phono across!IMM JD9J frosi er 8M5I42.IIRMSHEI Hlh ay. \tt aeldlna. ............. 21kr. lit*. Apply .la .*,*.. ..1,. ( WANTED ) GARAGE IIA.... t.|. Issornieal P...... 984-7700 Sale. & Service __ ___ I
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FOR SALE-House lI.h. 3I31!. road *.nk. tree rvllmoleii. See Marymay Evaaa. U/.... ol .Moms till k....... link, VernloP.OdomReg. < Selection Of Used 0. acre .home alt**,
by...'". Lake HamptonOaka. ............ V..ldlp,5 "...)... P.O. electric. drop-In ......Irorlor Ur. .Real Estate t ine mobile home sad reeldoatleJ ..

.3 BR. 2 Bath .... pius : > -IIOtSEl,.. : two VM., set tltt. Hampton. illS" 2l\a.\ II.. "| 'ill ING"IN"sPECfoR GOOD PRICES PAID .., .11<.. "".". ..I...... ...11!! sppl Broker. Cars Taken On SR-100 South

acre. Call after 5 p.m. on adults. .. ,.... Apply" 4US :V ;.1':llMtNkftlTrlMi> BL' al)K.o.. Hta.la need mobile ...... If mortgage .....0...."... Inel. ........., eli. Ev..o.9545476. Cadillac Tradet Owner llaanclag.P. .
City aawaccepting
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week daya. anytime weekeada. I .hint Hi, tiIhitlT'HvETTlN .la Itirl.lloa. 14. le.tde elly limits. oa I 8.30''
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4682721. 4tchg. 31!23 tlmm. tees I I/a cad *,. Hal applications for a la 3/4 paid HOME mere.OLIN'S I....... Phone. 47120VI or 7HJMR. Pearl'Andrew. 2001 N.W. 378-5301 .Dolaao: 'Tk;. .
dill : : Tt *1'. sisldwrvlro. mr.l. '..,"'.... Phone 14111-530.. City Building. Inspector. All MOBILE Kverylklog: mot ... 1441 A.a.ciato954.7739 GAINESVILLE Roal Estate
Reg.
... ,..... !964-5806. 7
.hIv I adoreaodMolrl Itch| .l/.W: applicants meet have a con- SALES. Opee .....t StarlagAsseclate
-- -- -- -- --- Hvsloursal. ..Y. aorlk tl/... Broker
4 s structloa backgrauad. lad bo ..,. eekly 782-3898
HOl'SETRAILER. I0a48. 2 ill Mork I N.301. 3/30 Zlrh| 4IWII / \MHfKHtSi: : \1...." .*.. ,..U", with the' ,.....1.. CASHFORGoL ;u.;;, REGISTERLP WI''..
BR Phone 431-1022. tfchgrHKr'E dr>p... all rlolhlnNISJ. .. 'h... 116.1. cedes Southern Standard 9648162Evoamga
IO\M.l: APTHi. aiodrra.. ll..kl 3/.1II jewelry diameada. calaa.dealal L1MERDCK ---
------ -- ---- ,...1.".... ... "kodroeai span- Building.. National Electrkal. ..Id. Wll vIsIt, yen GAS 1 .

: : I.HTH' seaed. lor mobile ....... Pkoao IM4MI7I., llpd 3/311 Sodlhera Mechanlcnlaad ..,....,.. Ph... Mr.Rittman. 533-2210
"...... Ue lot baa d.- lwlde, 'MHorllk 1.\1 :. : IS" REPAIR: ATIltoI'f National Plu....... Thla. 475-1089. 3/9 :3O8 S. Thompson 81 FOR
3 BK. I bslk. Olkor 1 .lalo 'IIIPI.EX: riKMHMIII: Apartm.tit. PRICES' : AT .hi part-time position with ASSOCIATES t
coold be e.d. Icy reslol. 'Msav t .....,_... Ph...'N JUS I. JIM' ) rlRMTtRKi: : 45S alary. aegotlable.' All ll/cbg Q64..otlti8 GEORGE ROBERTS. ,
,..... .lecsled. la ....b' H..'.... 1/.IU: "'/.h. Main, Si.. Lake. Butler, 4H6- resume must be received W TED7-M..Ji-. hem;* Real Estate Broker SALE Stove SlmmoaaEva.

IMIO.. It....lo. a RI..& .". M... APTi"Modern 295. 3/2 IfchgBRADFORD by. the' .close at ....1.... .. and tI..... Will pick up.0Ll55 Cash & CarrJ Reg., Phoae 964-7826 OBsK9K6 96488BIHaratdEppa i
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hour on Friday. March 31, Dock ,.
/. I BR. c...... North Temple A AIU. E. TtylirUottiy
lckg 4I very SALES. 904-8606. Op. 7
SEPTIC 197*. at the City Hall, P.O. ,
hag. ..,..,.. drape A/C. .. _. .. week, III.... E.... 904-6)116
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Ideal for couple er
b....... t b""". tIIlulls ....-..t.,- 840. Fait Ha.. 32658. 3123 2tchg" 3130
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...,........ I sere ., ...... (31.9OU.Pkoae peraon N. children or pel* _.... ...... ... P...... Cylinder & pjjrdsVery WNGCIIASU'IIOnIeaINIBUIIdLIg
M4-40 Phone 984-8898. tary f> .
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4lpd 782-3172
rBUSINESS I W.0r1111n9! Bulk Gas I .
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...... el FOR RENTl Mobile Homoa r------- j -- Eves And Weekends *
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.. lobe e or ps t f 2" thru 6" "
... Pkoae ,o4..HI.. llpd Foe =la Country er I -OPPORTUN.S! -WE BUILDYourPlamOrOun-
( / .ado. boo> Foralshod. or .t ...ABKt:, Fared .. .te ale* brick ham la

..IMP" --......... ,..... H4- beaattfal heavily.. II Fast Rotary LAKE SERENA B...- Iowa,laslde. utility.raem.1

11114. tffehee. weeded let*. .high aad dry. ZIEBARTH Energy: ,CORPORATION readied highprefH. dial bulUmf atte with BR. 1 aatb.Frame __ Your Lot Or Ours I

p Dci-Drop-In I I FURNITUREREFINISHINC t can paved...atraata........ .build yen year may I service, dealerahlpaavailable. Drilling Equipment plenty of..tree*._110,500. ...... aa t acre hi FA ULKNERREI4LTY FREE ESTIMATES

381 S. I She aaw el ear*. Call ler I .Full er part lime. I LICENSE: AFFORDABLEi Two BR. ....",. very reaoeaable.S Remodeling Repairs
detail I.S moo ...rat..... H..., STATED I bath. A great .bay for the '
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NertlTet
I flil iiSflMAT.e; I _"___ ."... help, .. .tet.... Ik-it time .home ...,.,. Acres, Starke. m Additions

I JBLK FROM I I f t S .....tu., I Attractive hat year eel. PurnjaB! 22500._ ___ ..:. last off US 301 homes Bought I
MCDONALD'SISprIn with. 3 BR hem. and small Investment of tZjOOOquickly ---
acre 2305 N. Temple Sold-Traded.
LOT IN .
COMMERCIAL Lakei 0.....
... .henaa wttable for ..,.. I relaraed. WriteZlebarlh Klagdey
.. i New & Used ... Florida
Star
Cup 954 S. Highway 8TARKEiJ8JMO_ wide. Sill 3 BR. t .t. -----

Sale I STARKE 3 IRS bath.. I 41. I....,.... lie.. Sales-Parts-Servict: FIVE MINUTE DRIVE tolldlaga.large., _ahadad. .lot. Pool H.FaalkaerRaakar. ACREAGE FOR I
DISCOUNT. ., .
OLIKTB 32650. call collect. 1-904-
E. Cal 8*..corner lot. Hoe IeepuateLR.DR TO FLA. STATE FARMs 3 BB CB ........ SALE
I ..FURNITURE I WAREHOUSE WEST .....pl. I 726-9568. 3/9 4tckg" 3/30 f-Z TermsPlumbing PRISONi 3 BR. I ". 10 wee 80 ..... tree*. 3 MAKE AN' OrrCK ON tt I
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: TCXTILE.. STARKEOpen : ..... ...IIi room with ..* T -- ------- Ceetrel Hta_ .!"_AIr. ..-...IIdI... (I..... ...... ACRES .. the Lake ...i.,
I LOT OF lag. ..... | 0 .. hop. loraga heaeeLSeveral ...... T_.. 96443853
I MMIIW I ==: ..-- II All. 840 weekly, unique BETWEEN STARKE A ---
ONAOVERTISCDBARGAINS )T daya a week AJBJPATRAY i mailing pr..,... free 1. KEYSTONE I BR,I bath. -commercial----letaTaa LOW DOWN "PAYMENT. I Highway 301 South
.J FURNITURECoach details. Jim. : Rt. 6. 0 J.*t ACHE Trade. H_. er
K.">_. Hte..F.... IOffice testerly Z car g rage 10*. ____ Starke
.... A Chair Setai Bo, 16$. Lake City. Fl. ramedeled' Mobile.. ..-...
47J-M 1 In3t __
New Jlat Ion : _
r 8139 J)9Beetea) 32055. 3/9 6tpd. ../1:1MOBILE : 13 acre. aid. 3) BR CB ._..
...... 127.85 Home 473-203 IOBIH Other lot aad .home. with family room t ...t..... '14 ACKEiT: wlTb'lOar. HIGH-' Before

VATIRSt from SIB. Remodeling available.. Cal tadaylPIETIGIOUB CH/A. Woes al La.M,. WAS raOr'ITAGE..Ito! ISWad.
Lampa -----_ HOME .TIle. ... aloe. .be bought

IILLDOZU.I. 01............Br.8.6.. CabaieU. .! 8139.15- 88.AU HOME PARK Repa'r's, ----EHlHaog.HOODt riea.3. 3 6*, t bathllecrheeae. .la .nr ._lIar,.paroola.t -.- You Boy A

and electrical __Spll-gooroom. t ..&... aoavaaloatto Saratoga Helghle.. ii. I .both ......... elduujkoaae. ...
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plamkbig ... ..
Bulldozef Work ERVI.E POLES aad ...,_.. ----- A_... ... acre ...,
MppUeeFINISHED INSIDE CITY LIMITS. PUP ranic ir H...okspplag.... Sekool.PHILIP. ".. 20..,. trade veryreaoeaable. .k>< .. ta... fI.T.....
Large or Small 100 AMP w.- |.Brad/ord Square .---- ,eat aft SB.16 .........

UNFINISHEDUTILITY OrDowalovm ...... road.
*Lnd Fill -- ----- PUMPS& SUPPLY W. .ARK. ....-60611 Home
BUILDINCSPtieoa .30 p., _.tit :J 3BR. 1 bathivlag room, Aaaacbito

*Pood Start at 6WS.DeUvar AMP Al City eo-....... COMPANY Law.... carport, CB, hi t....Very Iron L.F........ Sec

Free wkhy. -.. Tire,....PreaoctMa. BaalevardKEYSTONE .......ab... Evening. 984414Z

WILBUR WATERS __ City: *'lOaa.Watar_ aad; Pc! 4 N 'terrplev':! REALTOR GEORGE ROBERTS. SnoaaM.Bakkea

I BCICHJTS ...Roal Eatato BrokerPheaa E........ 9444172 John '
,$4l0UISO AVAILABLENEW FINANCING Jo-LtTlfiole! Savte: Office I904M734700EveanigB 984-7826 V.... !8.441.. l'

w:Madlao" 81. uNto j'I 964..7.061.. OPEN Saturday' .A M. Evoalogo_ ....t44
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: Bill Duna/in Enters Top Horticulture 'Exhibit


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:, Bill Dungan of Green Cove Show; PC Flakes, corn Winters Coleus; 4)) S. blrdsnwt aaneeveriaS.. Miscellaneous Crassula: 1)) Janet Duncan,
i Springs won Best In Show plant; 2) Chuck Rlckett, Gold Hollingsworth green coleus. ; HolHngsworth.. Topiary: 2) Jack Davirt, Best In Class, jade, Bill
( ..I honors wlth-a green TI Plant Dust Draceana; S) 9.Hollingsworth. S HolUnosworth, purple i .' ",;'{" chicken. Steele, jade; 2) Joanie Miller,
',:: in the Horticulture Division at Dra ana. coleus, ana Joanie! Miller, Flowering Dish Gardens: 1)) Edna. miniature Jade S HoJllngii
,'.:,the Bradford County Fair Pilae: 1) Joanie Miller, coleus. 1 House,/ Plants Norton, woodlands; Ann worth, miniature Jade
;*::;< The plants are on display in artillery fern.Pepperomla. Miscellaneous Claxs I 1) Steele, cactus dish garden; Barrell & Boll Cactus 11 I r
.at the second fair building with at : 1)) Edna Martha Jasmin, Ruellla; F.C. African violets: 1) Betty,' 'Jack Miller, cactus dish Steve Alvarez fishhook
-:brick walkway for visitors to Norton var. Pepperomla; S. Flakes, Sago Palm: Betty Crawford, lavender violet: garden; 3) S, Hollingsworth cactus; 2) Steve Alvarez ball
\u e. Many of the winner are Hollingsworth, emerald Crawford, White Veined Joyce Winsted. varigatrviAfrican 'ii t,cactus dish garden. cactus; 2)) S. Hollingsworth,
',tudenu at the vo-tech center ripple; S. Hollingsworth. ,ar. Phltonia; Ann Stale, Ponytail violet; Joyce Winsted, : Potted vegetables: 1) Steve ball cactus.
iihere and live In Keystone HU.t Pepperomia. Palm; S. Hollingsworth, pink African violet; 2) S Alvarez Better Boy tomato; Echeveria. 1)) Martha
: Park Melrose, Fhilodendron: 2)) Earl ponytail palm; 2)) Paola Ferri, Hollingsworth. white African Sylvia Winters, patio tomato Jasmin, lipstick echeveria. 4))
j;Jacksonville Paronto, flddleleaf Palm: Cindy DeWIU, violet; rfolllngsworth.,white miniature rose; Ann Steele Martha 'Jasmin, echeverlaHanging .
..:if!, Winner in the Horticulture philodendron; Ron Ouellette, Green Spider plant; Sherry African violet; 4) Sylvia, strawberry begonia; WaIEWestcott ,
;::Division are listed by Class Setlom Philodendron; 3)) P.C, Flakes, Parlor Palm; S.Hollingsworth. Winters clustering: plant. 2))
tlnd Lot, Flakes, split leaf peacock palm. Begonia: Becky Reddish, Edna Norton petunia; Joyce Baskets
'.'...\ Philodendron; Shirley Ferm, 3)) Vo-Tech Center, tap work fushia begonia; S. Hollings I Winded, wild African violet; Spider PlantChlorophytum
:::; Non-Flowering Swiss Cheese Philodendron plant; F.C.:Flakes, mammoth worth angelwlng; S. Dewayne, Allophyton ( ); 2)) Cindy fyl

House Plants Synogonlum (Arrowhead or wandering Jew; Vicky Hollingsworth, Rex; Judy' Mexicana; F.C. Flakes, DeWitt, wide leaf varigated
Norfolk Island Pine: 1) Ann Emerald Velvet) : 1)) S. Andrew wandering Jew.Schefierlera Thomas, nglewlng. geranium log; Joanie spider plant; Cindy DeWitt,
Steele, Jack Miller, Joanne HnlUngsworth Nephytls; 2) / : t) JR. Orchid: 4) F.C Flakes, wild ,1astrawberry begonia log Mlllerl; varigated! spider plant; 3) 'S,
Miller 2)' Mary Stanley. Robin Wilson, painted lady. Harris 2) Martha Jasmin 3), orchid. "', I i-=: ..l.;''r< Paronto, lipstick vine; 3)) Hollingsworth, green spider
f., Dumb Cane: 2) Shirley Pathos (Devil's Ivy, etc.) 2) FC Flakes.. Denise Paronto goldfish plant.Wandering.
DeWiU. Dieffenbachia S Hollingsworth Devil's Ivy. Sanseverla-: Paola Fern Miscellaneous: 1) Joyce plant Jew Bill Dunagan of Green Cove Springs and his TI Plant won Best
Dracaenla: 1)) Bill Dungan, Coleus: 1)) Joanie Miller, varlgated sanserveria; 3) Winsted,white African violet; (Tradescamtla): I) Edna of Show honors In the Horticulture IMvlclon of the Bradford
J Best in Class and Best In Sabre Coleus; 2) Sylvia Edna Norton, Earl Parento, best ,In, class; Jack Davitt... Cactus &Succulents Norton varigated,, wandering County.' Fair

-** ;c't) Aloe: 1) Vickie Andrew 3)) Jew, F.C Flakes, white velvet
.r Vickie Andrew S. Holllngs1 jew, 3) Betty Crawford, green Swedish Ivy (Plectean: staghorn fern 3; Martha
: i'. worth; 41> Martha Jasmin. jew; S. Holllngsworth, Taus). 1)) Ed Morgan, Jasmin deer's foot fern;
Bromeliad: 1) Vo-Tech varigated jew; 4) S. Hollings varlgated Swedish ivy; 2) S. Shirley Odom deer's foot

'3 Ribbons Awarded Center, pineapple plant; F.C. worth, purple Jew.Miscellaneous 1I00lin worth, varigated fern; 4) Jack Davitt, elkhorn
Sweepstakes Flakes, bromelaid; Ann Swedish Ivy; 3) Pam Pratt, fern.
Steele, fingernail; 2) Sherry green Swedish Ivy. Asparagus Fern: I) Robin
Flakes tiliandsia; S. : I) Jack Piggyback Plant: 2) Sylvia Wilson 2)Joyce Winsted 41 Ed

Hollingsworth, cry ptan thus; Davitt, German Ivy, Best in Winters Morgan plumosa fern
In Needlework at Fair Vo-Tech Center, earth star Class; Martha Jasmin, Boston (Nephroli fern):
,cryptanthus Laura Contl Polynesian Ivy; Joyce Terrarlums Sylvia Winters, ruffle ;
pineapple. S. Hollingsworth, Win ted, trailing African Small, one foot or small in Edna Norton, Boston fern
bromelaid; 3) Joanie Miller, violet; F.C Flakes, straw height: I) Joyce Winsted 2) S. Best In Class; 3)) S. Hollings.
a: Mrs. Henry (Lucile) Dorothy Fedak,3)) Daisy Fort. ;bromelaid; Vo-Tech Center, berry begonia; Ron Ouellette, Hollingsworth 3)) S. Hollings- worth Boston fern.Miscellaneous .
HE: Godwin of, Starke was the Baby Afghan: 1) Ruth fingernail. tansy; 2> Earl Paronto waffle worth \ ferns: Il I
Bradford County Fair sweepstakes Darley. 2) Lola Johnson, 3) let Christmas Cactus: 3)) S. plant; Sylvia Winters purple Denise Paronto. bird's nest
winner in the Gar- Janice Goetznian. Hollingsworth. passion; Joyce WiWed J, FernsPolypodium fern; Joanie Miller,
4&ments Needlework Department Poncho or cape; 11) Debbie Kalenchoe1): ) Linda Namatanthus. : I) Ed! Morgan, maidenhair fern.

3i: of the Home Division for Broome,2) Debra A. Broome Newman) Edna Norton 3)) S. r
a her entry of a three piece 3) Maggie Glisson lah Hollingsworth 4)) Vlckey -
:black. polyester suit Shawls: 1) Louise Renner, Andrews, S, Hollingsworth
Si Her entry judged Tuesday 2)) Joan Epps. Crown of Thorns
-i consisted of a double knit Article of !Merit: I II) Carol (Euphorbia) : 1) S. Hollings
5f blazer, pants and polka dot Redding 2)) Evelyn Cruce, 3) worth, milk plant; Ann Steele,
blouse and tie. Sewing for 30 Bobby Anderson. red plant euphorbia; Edna
a years, Mrs. Godwin rnakes all GARMENTS Norton, red crown of thorns;
j her own clothes. 2)) Bernice Bateman milk
B Mrs George A, (Burney) Ladies Dress: 1)) Lucile plant, F.C Flakes yellow
Winkler of Starke was the Godwin, 2)) Janice Goetzman crown of thorns; S. Hollings
r;::Bradford County Fair sweep- 3)) llyta Thomas. wdA1T worth,crown of thorns; 3)) Jan
3 stakes winner in the Knitting Students ladies dress: 1)) Norton, milk plant; 4)) Sharon J
:Needlework Department of Cheryl Boyett (Sweepstakes), Flakes pink crown of thorns. /i
the Home Division for her 2)) Maria Darley, 3) Brenda Misc. Cactus: 1)) Joanie p
-: entry of a six color floral Gann L Miller Rhapsalis; 2) S.
pattern afghan. l.adleslonJC dress:-I1) Joan Hollingsworth, Rhapsalis 111.
The afghan 47 by 68 inches, Mowry, 2)) Janet Flythe, 3) ? Misc. Succulents: 1)) S. t
'i has four different floral llyta Thomas. HoMingsworth' Devil's Back + .,
patterns and five square rectangular Ladle 2 Piece Ensemble: bone; Linda Newman, burro's xM wn 1fJ..LaIf \
repeat panels. Made 1) Lucile Godwin, 2) Joan tail; Joanie Miller falling i
Hof wool and Shetland wool the Mowry, 3)) Hyta Thomas. 'star; 2)) Cindy DeWIU Devil's
::afghan,, was made for, the Students ladies 2 Piece Backbone
living 'room, said 'Mrs. Ensemble: I) Cheryl Boyett, Prickley ): 1) t! $'
Winkler.; 2) Sandra Darley ;' Cindy DeWItt, Mexican dwarf ..': o
(".' Sweepstakes winner in the Ladles 3 Piece Ensemble: v tree cactus; S. Hollingsworth, '
.student division was 17-year- 1) Lucile Godwin (Sweep prlckley pear; 2)) Shirley it rawN :
.old Cheryl Hoyett with hert'Jlry stakes), 21>. Hyta Thomas, 3)) Ferm prickley pear isa
\ of a polyester peach Camilla Whitaker

'..colored dress with beige lace Pants Suit: 1)J Lucile, :!......................... / ,a
and an elasticized waist Godwin. 2)) Janet Flythe, 3)) ',.
.? The daughter of Mr and Hyta Thomas. STARKEELEMENTARY
Mrs, O,J. Boyett of Lawtey Ladles Slack: 1)) Lucile
Cheryl, is a senior at BradfordtHigh Godwin 2)) Camilla Whitaker Physical Education Star Students!
School. Ladles Skirt: 1)) Joan Mrs Lucile Godwin of Starke with her sweepstakes winner a.thr. ...,
Mowry 2)).,Carol Redding,'3Hyta )> .1'N! : "4Sm b.l!*..sWll' *,for 30 years JGodwlunuikes. RebH.ca Lpwttuo.-Curls Cpmpt+en.;Bathy JoTyso"".' -
CIIIIDKKVSOH .' "' Thomas*.*, tIll .iU:a D 1 l "all foer'own clothes and has been a blue ribbon 'winner many; EWs;: <',
BABY GARMENTS Ladies Blouse: 1)) Lucile times, but this Is her first' sweepstakes
Godwin Camilla> Whitaker '
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ens
: Baby Dress: 1)) Harriet 3) Hyta Thomas. bur Physical EducationStar sn.snw ss. raysw, i
:,jbuncan 2) Joy Faulkner, Jacket or cape: 1)) Lucilo students this week are: aaww.w. asppsn.sfawnws.ss.a+pe.rwr wow
4- Girl's Dress (2-6 Yrs.)I 1)) Godwin. Kathy Jo Tyson 5th grade ,.r.sswwwruwwss. :s
Debra Pusswutcr, 2)) Patti Apron: 2)) Maxine Gibson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ar..rss.wwww.rrenw.as'
iAIodesitt\ 3> Hyta Thomas. Man's! Sport Coat 1) Alphonso Tyson Kathy Is In
and Mrs.
V Playsuit u-6 Yrs.t! 2)) Janice Goetzman. Mrs McClelland's
iHyta:: Thomas. !Misc. Garments i 1)) Lucile I.ong'sclass. Cris Campbell Is
1 Girl's Skirt: 1)) Joan Godwin 2> Rosa Lee Coley, 3) in the 4th grade and the,son of .
'TMowry. llyta Thomas. !Mr. and Mrs John B.
LINGERIE ('am bell: Crls Is In Mrs.Patrick's "r
; Boy's Mill: Jl) llytajtThomas v
Rebecca
class t 11
::3.Bov'S Shirt ((7-11 1'rs.)t 1) Ladies. Gown: I) Lucile I.awson, is in the 3rd grade and
iliJoanlowry.. Godwin is the daughter of Mr. and

JT Miscellaneous: 1)) Joan !Mrs Jerry Lawson.
gMowry, 2)) Janet t'lythe.KNrfTlNH LINENS Our soup label contest Is
,
; soon to come to an end. We

3' Place Mats: 1)) Lola will have about one more
Johnson 2) Rosa Moore. week of the drive when we
":j; Baby's cap, or booties or Quilt 1)) Dorothy Combs, come back from Spring
fuacqne: t 1) Peggy Crawford, 2)) Marie Banks : f,., vacation so be sure and save
:;:jl I' Nita .!Mcitne. Bedspread: 1)) Judy your labels over the holidays.
'. 1)) Lola
y nab, Set: Alderman. Mrs. Adklnson's class was the
rJohiisonUonun's, this week with 117
I 1) Gertrude winner for
':.,:, Sweater: 1)) Quilt Top: labels. Mrs. Bedding's showed
Cruce, 2)) Florence Waters. .
.Nancy Carroll 2)) Nita a good second with 103.
Baby Quilt: 1)) Janice
:McK.ie Goetzman. Our Souper Stars for the
Chilli's Sweater 1)) Nita ,Article of Merit: 1)) Edna .. week are as follow: Michele r
JVlcKae. 2) Ruth Dnrley. Conner,Chuck Coburn, Terrl r
Norton, 2)) Rosa Moore ,
?: Afghan: 1)) !gurney Winkler _4 _M r j 'I Crawford Tells Rule Tommy
Sweepstakes), 2)) Lola MISCELLANEOUSHandbag. ? 4, Balkcom, Wayne Sutton Sean
Johnson Starling, James Burton 1a. ..a
3 Poncho or cape I) Ruth student: 1) Kathy Burton Laura
:Darley Marla 2) Sandra Crawford, Amy Jo Carter, "Sou per Star"
Darley
>5: Article of Merit: 1)) Nita -.. Melissa Burnseed, Wendy
HHcHae. Darley. Thomas. Jill DeSue, Bobby Front row (l-r>: Tommy flu lkcom. Terri('ra"ford, MicheleConner. Kathy Burton.
Embroidery on. wearing Willlngham Raiford Second row: ,Julie Hollingsworth. James Burton. Marty !Sellers, Sean Starling Harold
3ra apparel II) Kathy Struth, 2)) '
('n(1"ET SG, Anderson. Tetstone, Marty Sellers, Chandler,
Barbara Steve Tells Rule C.aulhler.Steve Thornton,Kht'rryIalloll.: .
I 1)) Harold Chandler, Standing: Ray Nettles, Nicky
Liquid embroidery:
1:
t 1) Janet Warren. Thornton Green, I
Dress: SG Anderson Doug t
Afghan: I II) Rosa Moore, 2) Barbara, 4 CBfr I, Bridget Skeen. Brena Skeen, -

_u_.__ .... 'v.. Keith Brazell Ray Nettles ,
I Nicky Gauthier Wesley
Seventeen year old Cheryl* Boyett was a student sweepstakes Barton. Calvin Thomas and
winner with her entry, a peach polyester dress with beige lace Julie Hollingsworth. i
and an elasticized wal.t.
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Starke may Join the space satellite distributed station at IS khz stereo fidelity j
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,age if the Federal Communications Mutual programming. the same as maximum FM
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Commission apProves Application to start the net' signal fidelity. The quality of r (&
an Application filed work satellite service to its that sound will Improve three ti '
March 3rd. by the affiliates was filed with the fold the current fidelity of all r
Mutual Broadcasting System Federal Communications network programming 5 4' ;! t 1'
: asking permission to construct Commission by Mutual khz. p y
.F a 10-foot Satellite Earth Simultaneously Western
; Station at Mutual affiliate Union filed a similar Application in 1 rr
Westar I is parked
I II Radio Stations WPXE AM & to begin providing service orbit
\VPXE-FM. Starke Florida, it It Is expected the net than stationary miles slightly above more the + ..es't

'was announced by' John work satellite program ser. equator! 22,000 At first, John t, .
vice will start WPXE '
General of
Sanders
Manager on
I Sanders said Mutual will
WPXE-AM & WPXE-FM. A.M. & WPXE FM in the ,
I 1 The Receiving Terminalwill early fall John Sanders said. have three channels on the ,
satellite enabling It to broadcast -
be one of some'500 Mutual, According to sources at the three network ;

Is seeking permission to install Mutual Broadcasting System, simultaneously., or programs two programs y
the satellite distributionvia
throughout continental -
program
of them in stereo
one
United States Western Union's Westar I
Aldska. Hawaii\ Puerto Rico Is the first significant forward The system can ultimately be
to six channels
; and the Virgin Islands enabling step in network program expanded
For Starke it means a place
Mutual Affiliates to transmission since the first
1
receive network programs via radio network was establishedin on the space age map
1f' ..satellite 1926. The president of Throughout the broadcast
"We are extremely gratified Mutual C. Edward Little, day, radio programs will be h
that WPXE AM. & called It "a quantum I leap for* transmitted Into this area in
rh WPXE-FM were two of the ward. super high fidelity\ having,
radio stations In the nation to traversed the 44,000 miles
be chosen by Mutual for this direct from' Mutual's new,
"Sou Star
years ahead service" John For WPXE AM & WPXE computerized World Head per
,quarters In Washington,'D.C.
Sanders said. FM, the advent 'of ,satellite
in a fraction of a second Front row (I-r): Laura Crawford, Church Coburn Bobby Willlngham. Wendy 'Thomas.Wesley.
Winkler of Sterke shows If* pointed out that only 500 distribution of network pro-
: Sweepstakes winner Mn. Buney of the than 780 Mutual gramming means Said John Sanders: "For, Barton.
and a superior
elf berwlnnlng.111 color floral pattern afgha. Made of wed more locations network Satellite radio network broadcasting, !Second row: Doug Green Bridget Wayne Sutton, Bran*Skeeti.Amy; Jo Carter,. ,
47 by 18 Inches has five square affiliates were picked as signal. Standing Calvin Thomas Keith Brawl R.UonITetatone.Melissa Bnrnsed.Jill DeHu :
5hetland wool the afghan if* ,th ,.dawn of the future? ;
.eet.ngul. repent. ..t."el,end,four different floral! P.>ti.eeIs, ..of :the ..rth"ltaU ,to programs;will?arrive tvtne I IMarch3s.tSTe



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., State Comptroller... Warns Be Wary of'Phon-y9- Telephone Calls


As "white collar"
comes more prevalent In our falsified bank card bearing formation over the phone, unless arrange an appointment,, sense in any telephone con.
modern society the following your secret number, to with- you know for a fact that '
scheme could turn you into an draw your money from the 24- the person Is who he claims to rather than to request In versatlon. Remember, It
Innocent victim." warns State hour bank dispenser be. Chances are the legitimate formation on the phone. could be a "phone-y" call.

Comptroller Gerald A Lewis. How do you protect yourself t,

You receive a telephone call ? Whenever you receive a lV
from an "a parent' voice of telephone call from someone Prison Employees Graduate: 5
authority who Identifies himself whoclalms to be an important

all a bank official. He tells official or examiner either of '
of the ISO-hour Basic
the recent
Union Correctional employee were among graduates ,
you that for security reaaons. a bank, savings and loan, Correction Standard Training Course offered through Lake City Community College 4 y

I A your secret bank code Is number changing of your the other credit business department or ,Institutionwith or any Wilson River, of Lake Butler, chairman of the LCCC Board <>(Trustee presented certificate 9 IwP r ; w ,Ji V Vtw

card used at their 24-hour- which you may deal take to member of the class: "
eaah-dispensing machine. down the person's name telephone Shown (back: row I-r. are: Rivers Walter W Morris Jr., James C. Caion. Gllmrr Watford. i'' al r v A

lie also asks your present number and the information David L. Smith assistant superintendent Wayne Helms superintendent Wayne Massey and

bank card number to be sure it he gives or re assistant superintendent James Keddlah.
corresponds with his records. quires. Ask if you may call Front CI-r. are: James E. Baugh, James A. Jeionek. Jonathan C. Pearson, Joseph D. Matnls.

If you give him the number him back or make an appointment John J. Chase and James Crew '
you may have given him loses him in personat Not shown are; Nelson W. Bruce. Mlchnel I). Howe. Kevin I.. Minion. John R. Pavlakovlcli.

your money along with it! his bank or business. Tommy f"epper. Edwin O.Smith. Michael:.Sutton and Bernice B.V.tel.

This "phone-y" con man Do not disclose any per-

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