Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 6, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:04149
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A ctIonal. Institute serving ladorldll writing and standards of the State of under present state regula (third Mage) treatment to Telegraph and other area was done with our(the public) of the pollution;pet1tioo and
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i State Prison will con- April to 12. of Environmental Florida. The source named tim ." Dutton added thai the, brim* luip)> to state standards. newspapers, signed by A, ,knowledge and best wishes if assumed th* ,*taatter was
II1UI to be discharged Into Department Stateof was the treatment plant lo volume of water hi New River Tertiary treatment may require Clark, 1112 S. Marion St.. Lake anything Is ever said about It. handled by the central office
Sew River at its level 3426 Regulation Bills ,Road cate4 off Highway 18 on the isn't inefficient to assimilate some kind of addltlonat City, took Issue with :the obscure "I, am a concerned citizen In TltlJaba..... Darrell
M per cent present if anit JecksonvI1Ie Florida!! Fla. 92207. east side of New River in effluent that 'la 90 per cent Wtof l!+system'- erhapu high !legal notice inserted by who is asking my local newspopera O'Neal, sanitarian with the
now pending purity before the Bradford County, now serving treated although there is no preMurtiwnd filter or carbon DER In a Jacksonville: news to print this letter in County, Health
._ Department of Environmental In a legal Jacksonville both UCI and FSP. evidence that the river is filter. :Dutton said. Thesewould paper. The letter charged: : hopes that there will be at Department, said he also had
published In a "The effluent Is treated J be .
Regulation Is Issued. polluted at this time. : relatively .inexpensive permit would not only least some>> objections on record received: no notice of the
| newspaper on March 12. DER fairly well said Doug Dutton Dutton' said the prison but If It Is found acknowledge the breaking of against the State action.. ?
Citizens of the concerned
notice that it to "con- Jacksonville
S which Includes Bradford gave of the DER facility "is a veryIiophl..- neeeswjy to go to an ado 'the law, but would authorize polluting even more the, .
lami area,,union Counties (file sidering issuing a temporary the following office "But the secondary ticated plant," but provides yancwd waste treatment''the State of Florida to pollute country we live In" lescitheappllmtionaryavailable I
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KcoramenU may operation' permit treatment offered by the only secondary treatment (removing faciBtyjoch as an Irrigation New River and our Raymond Massey, super- for public! Inspectionat 1\
objectionsto water. pollution 1IOUI'ee.aUowing facility doesn't purify the 90 cent .of contaminants spray system, the cost would
Issuance per countryside.The bitter part of intendent of Lid, and Dave the Jacksonville: office of
the of the tem! It to temporarily waste sufficiently to meet ), whereas, New soar) the DER official said.Roadsjpontinued the pill would be that the Brltton, superintendent of. DER on Bills, ,"Road\ I .

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1'i Roads Need Retopping Badly, ,

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to occupy .mile to retop. The county recently up by overweight trucks: ;! building: Nobody; i to trying to .. ,:
Top left: this young boy Br.Mor"County! Commissioners paid 1267,000 to pave 1.3. "We are back at the same fool you, the only way Is If the ",
4 mini i the autographed Monday, April S, as miles he added old problem trucks are county comes Into more I
.toe ghrea to him by Mia.eriea. pr they discussed a short term Shuford said the priority list tearing up the roads we have money," added Roberts. .L'.. .
Susan Perkins Top $500.000 bond issue to finance for retopping would Include: got. Weight limit signs have Before reconvening in the .
t; "Yon are so lovely," 'W'Y 1 retopping present secondary 235, the Whitehead Road; S- been posted, but we have no afternoon commissioners '..,oJ
woman whispers Bottom roads, which .are badly 233,' Morgan Road and S-220 enforcement If we saved one Roberta, Shuford Maxie : ,u
ti young male admirers deterior tlng" A, portion of Brownlee Road. mile of road a year, we could Carterand' chairman E.W
up to have a few minutes Commissioners said the Other roads that would follow pay the salary of one deputy Hodges visited several spotsin
LIa Miss America. Bottom bond issue of five/ to 10 years, for retopping are Edwards with scales to catch the of the county examining
t;; Ohl the. says as she length would be paid, back Loop. and Grufls Loop fenders" said Shuford. roads, the Lawtey Road dumpsite
tches her photograph with gas.;;tax revenue and the Commissioner George After discussion It Was and several ,drainage r .w
county would come out dollars Roberts said the board had agreed to take up weight limit problem areas '
and cents ahead to use the talked to the Department of enforcement with the sheriff. In a brief afternoon session '
money now before costs go Transportation(DOT) about a The board was approached the commissioners awarded a
iss America Touched Heartsby even higher. Commissioners short term bond Issue; but earlier in the meeting by low bid on a front end loader to' 1 1
Many .believe they must act quickly ordinary channels are. too Lindsey Wanton of the Speed- Industrial Tractor Co. of !
to repavemuch of the county's slow. vllle section asking when residents Jacksonville: ) : Four bids were
LORI WORRELL eyes never lost their. sparkle{i the Miss America.Ponteet in momentos of all the Miss secondary: mileage or face County attorney Dudley of the area could expectthe opened.In the morning. The
cr Stall Writer as admirers of all ages filled 1978 and won,. America pageants, and asked losing1 tfce pavement. com Hardy Instructed to check Spvedville' road to be low bid or$36,925. for the John ,'
the main pavllllon in order toget As Miss America she her to sign on the page filled pletely. with DOT to see If the countycan paved. Wanton said discussion Deere machinery was $7tMO
she bade smile and a word a word and eylcturree( from,. travels? over .20,000 ,m1Ios,".av j arwith. ber'plcturea. "W" 38 miles' -of handle the-bond Issue I it- had gone on for M. years less,,134, 1$, trade-in for a
.for everyone. She SHOOK.their" ltf' ", Cl. ," ,-"... """,,l) month. seyeqdays'a.''Yeek",a_' lajnf..kiae'your'A'bnd: : ?."..?:tecondu: OIId11-JhI:: $;;;nd.ecf"'.'hII..let tb ewatt<3*for! *' 4-add. aornvot.thaaoeid, nte. ', b ft j uw
hands, she held their babies- '.V Her chaperone In Starkel, Peg another Man asked,.nd.n.. topping,'! Mid ,R ad topping according to DOT.. .would like to be.around long Comml..io IIP...... -JIIO' ...., l'rf "
and,she touched: their hearts. A native of Middletown, McMahon, travels with her for. .blushingly agreed. man Dave Shuford. He added specifications.: enough to see it paved."Some idopted a resolution requiring ) .
Ohio, Susan Is 23 years old, although 80 days and then baa 30 days Small boys were shy but 20 miles were in critical shape Following the i\ discussion "have passed on," he added. all roads dedicated I to the '
Susan Perkins, Miss many of the crowd did off while another chaperonetakes she coaxed them to laughter.One and must be repaired now or about retopping commissioners Roberts said he could offer county for maintenance must
{America 1978, spent four, not l believe it "She doesn't her place. refused her picture, but they will be lost Shuford saidIt agreed what roads little there be' paved to county paving
i at the Bradford County look a day over 16," ,one when she told him he could, now costs about $1$,OOO a they did have were being torn was encouragement or road specifications. )
Fair? Friday ,signing autoraphs woman said. People of all ages had make It into an airplane, he s J
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and showing theeople She won a local contest In reasons to see her. One snatched It up. .
Just what a Miss Ohio a few years back, and woman brought the Ohio Young girls admired ,her
kmerica should be. then entered the Miss Ohio newspaper that carried the crown and touched her chiffon
[ The smile that showed her pageant, but did not win. She story of her first crowning. dress, and in the end, Susan
_rfect white teeth never went back the next year, was Another male fan brought a Perkins left them all feelingas
I altered and her deep brown crowned Miss Ohio; entered scrapbook filled with beautiful as she was. .


1'18 Fair Termed Success by '''Manager Bill Wilson, .. I It

: "It always amazes me thate bills. Wilson expects to top the The kids also' enjoyed passes given to fair workers.
have such a well" behaved $10,000 the FA made on the Ronald McDonald's visit to There were'no complaintsthe t\t"I.,'
liSrowd' ," says Chamber of 1977 fair. "We made money, fair Friday. about the expanded parking.
|'Commerce Manager Bill but I don't know how much Some 50,000 visitors are Wilson said. One man got
I,Wilson of the 28th edition of yet." Wilson promises a full thought to have passed locked in the fairgrounds, but ,"
ifw {Bradford County Fair explanation of the fair funds through the fair gates, inthat was about the biggest \' 1.
1 which took place last Wednes4ay when his books are complete. eluding: 16,000 paid admissions problem, Wilson added.. ,
[ through Saturday. All the money the Fair ,and the bearers of some 1,500 j
'}he Fair Association madeey Association gets from this fair 7. i
on the 1978 edition, but will go right back Into the next

Pllson is still in the process of one Wilson emphasizes. .It Council Asks Time To
Meeting money and paying costs around$12,000 to operatea
ON- good fair, he says.
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In 1977 the FA spent $27,000 New
on Improvements to the fairground Study Zoning MapAlthough '\

then' took in only

$10,000 in profit. all the legal said the zoning regulations
,Some $16.080 of ride tickets obligations to advertise pro- were more detailed and not J'J- ?- i

were sold by the Chamber and posed city zoning map and only specified the uses allowable : -- :. \
I local schools. Since the Fair .
ordinances are completed, but lists what uses
Association gets one-fourth of Starke city council members are not allowable. .
Py V the ride tickets sale,' that said they wanted loner to Attorney George Pierce The car la which Mrs:McKinney and Mrs.Ethel Jones were riding, "

means the ride income was study the 123 page ordinance said the ordinance did not
9 somewhere around $64,000, before! approval. keep a person from using his .1
Wilson out Wreck Claims Second ;
points property as It already existed County's Fatality
The Fair Association gets no Council members
Thursday April 4 during since it would .be grand- C
cut on the games, but does get regular session Tuesday fathered in. ".
a fee of $30 per concession. April 3, agreed to meet at 6 The council approved a Bradford County sufferedits were pressed against bum- ford County Hospital 'spokes avoid hitting the Chevrolet in
SOUPCHIDLuncheon Miss America Susan p.m. before the regular the zoning of second fatality of the year field.Workmen men. Mrs. Battle was hospitalized i- the rear. Waldron said he
Perkins of Ohio,was a real hitat meeting April 18 to discuss the the Fume property from map RM- Tuesday morning when Nellie were still removing for observation. Her could not pass the Chevrolet,
l1a.m.-2 p.m. the fair Thursday afternoonand map and ordinance with the 2, and R2A to RI-C. from Dyal McKinney 71, was pieces of the truck release was expected in a few because a garbage truck,
First MethodistFellowship night Miss Perkins was IS-member planning board. mobile home park to single killed after her car was struck from the sides of the road late days,according to the office of driven by Tom Ferryman,
Hall most pleased at the number of City clerk Merrill Edwards family medium density. The by a 1971 Mack truck :Tuesday afternoon Dr Kid SunduSadee. t
people who her chair. said the ordinance "too located travelling on US-301. > was approaching In the opposite >
: Saturday.April property on the southeast A Kfngsley Lake Waldron was charged with lane. Waldron said there, J
i She and the photographs rigid" for ,the city of Starke corner of SR-18 and Old women,
she started on and it was a "monster" that Lawtey Road would reduce Her passenger, Ethel Jones, Mrs. Bernice Sharp Battle, 69, following too closely. Investi- was nothing he could do but
CAR WASH fair.premium books, Wilson would have to be studied each mobile home in the Starke, was reported In fair was hospitalized' Monday, gating officer: iwas Clay County slam Into the rear of the
by.Candystrlp.ri.t McDoI8Id'1HORAL said He termed the 1978 Miss time before a building permitwas city by 20 acres.acreage Kiefer said conditional press time according April 3. when her 1974 Deputy .Sheriff C.B Bishop. Chevrolet.
; America to Alachua General Chevrolet Nova was struck
J a gracious young issued. that reduction would '
who seemed 1 not Hospital spokeswoman.Police from the rear by an truck According: : to Waldron, his ,
lady pleased at Chuck Klefer of North Florida affect the overall land egg
I CONCERT the crowd. ] use driven by Justin H. Waldron, truck was following the. 1974 Impact the small .'
big .
] aHI& BMS Choruses Regional Planning map, records Indicate that 19, and owned by Hollandale Ch oIet Nova driven by Mrs. car some 40 feet north on SR- -
BHS Auditorium Ms. McKtnney failed to stopat Farms of MUJdleburg and Battle when Mrs. Battle 16, then some 80 feet across: : .
.,.11I. :' the stop sign on SR-227. and Lake City. signalled for a right hand turn the ditch and onto the right : .
Clay County Zoning Threatened by Suit continued across: US-301 Into the driveway to her homeat road shoulder. Damage to the ',. ,
sTuesday. ,April II where she was struck In the Mrs. Battle sustained the edge of Kingsley Lake car waa estimated at $2,500.

\, Southeast Recycling Corporation ordinance was adopted under Commission upholding action southbound lane by the truck sprains of the neck and ribs. Cemetery on SR-18. Waldron Damage to the front end of the "
Hampton Council has flied suit Home Rule statute 12". by ,the Zoning Commission driven by Charlie A. Bum- Her condition 'Tuesday was said he was unable to stop the 1973 Ford' egg truck was' set at : :..
7:11 Pro. attacking the validity of Clay : denying Southeast the special field, of Baldwin. No charges termed satisfactory by Brad- egg laden truck In time to $150. a _.t'

County's Zoning Ordinance The Southeast suit has permit necessary for
;:. Brooker Council 73.1 in an effort to carry out Its placed Clay,County planning' operation of a rendering plant.
., 7:30p.m. plans for construction of a and zoning officials: under Both 'bodies are named as Parking Peddler Problems Plague.Lawtey Council ;. .' 1 i
rendering plant on a 189-acre pressure to speed up completion defendants in the. suit and ,
? Thursday,April IIrbMS site on the east side of U.S. 301 and adoption of their new likewise in another zoning suit '
between Highland and Max- comprehensive plan now filed recently by MidcUeburg Parking' problems and produce sold at some stands Parking NOT allowed on the, to my pI'OIe1ty"'caU88 that la : :
Math Teachers vtlle. being developed under state Investment, Inc..A third suit, peddlers brought out a rousing on the four lane. west side of US-301 has long "J .,
'.1,Meet with Parents law compelling all Florida attacking tim' ''ordinance, group at. the Lawtey City After quite a' lengthy discussion been! a thorn In the side of the I have
; 7120 p.lII. In an action for declar.toryJudgment counties ,and ,cities to. have brought by Louis L. Huntley. Council meeting Monday about traffic visibilityfor Danny Waters. Frank Sutton only access I to that -
and Injunctive: relief such: plans completed by July convenience store chain operator night April 3. tars pulling Into the intersection left .no doubt 'Monday night property. pay and.369 days do .
a on only ..,,
;filed March 30, Southeast 1, 1979. Clay officials hope to :was settled out of court.A of SR.= and US-301, that be shared this opinion. year .
e--..; alleges that Ordinance 73.1 Is have their plan completed before Three' factors all contributed the consensus was there will Sutton owns a produce market business- about- 12 weeks a* ,, < '

Inconsistent with Chapter 163. a possible adverse fourth suit challenging to the complexity of the be no produce stands within connected; to Waters Store: But 'me ,
r Cammiinitu of the Florida Statutes. decision by. the courts which County ,Commission and situation: 1)) parking allowed 200 ft of the Intersection. This out year of business you're putting with those -"-' t
the the east side of US-301 would eliminate the visibility "That sign is .'getting r
l&tatr Sank may nullify 73.1.leaving Zoning Commission: decisionsin on ''
; U I cannot use what I> ,
Chapter 163 provides that county without valid zoningregulations a spot zoning "case at (traffic .heading North) problem, but peddlers were expensive; that sign has cost spent signs. my mon.,.'on,. then ,I '. i..... .
counties must be guided by a Kingsley Lake, .to expected to magnified urged to request Improperly 'me enough In the last ten days should tear It down. "; ;
a A..wtiN.wusv.d ua'D. comprehensive plan at the be filed soon by the Kingsley peddling; 2) parked vehicles: be pulled out to pay (or signs all down the just t. N..
: time of adopting their zoning The Southeast suit follower Lake Property Owners' Association. allowed on the west side of US- of the roadway before, being highway" Sutton said "That I
IwewaC w ordinance. Clay Qpunty's recent action-by. the i Claw.r.a .. 301,; and 3).inferior. quality of sold produce. -' -' '(no parsing) denies me access: (See Page I"

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.: Cleo Harley Honored At Dinner Mar. 31

Mrs. D.B. (Cleo) Harley Mrs. Harley who has been with ) chair decora SPocial Jf WJ !
wan pleasantly surprised at a employed as bookkeeper for tion encircle with chickens 6f.fide fJlYite
retirement dinner given In her the hospital for 22 years, five and a airplane.The ;

honor Friday noon In the months, was presented with a dinner also honored
library of the Bradford County plaque inscribed: "Presented Haul Green, who Is retiring Wooty Society Jitort
Hospital with the business to Cleo F. Harley in Grateful
after six year* on the hospital --- -
office staff and other Appreciation For Her
employees attending.Mrs. Unselfish Efforts and Devoted office Candy StripersTo Elaine Johns and John C. Thornton
Harley as bookkeeperand Services for the past 22 yearsat I

Bob Edmondson former Bradford County Hospital." YeartaTo Hold CarWash Exchange Vows in Folkston Ga.The
administrator were the first Mrs. Harley was also P .

two employees of,the Hospital presented a sheet cake, which Speak April 8 -- .-- .
which was organised Doc. S, was the center piece of the First Baptist Church of r- -

1955.! dinner table, that was topped AtWoman'sClub a AMiss Candy Stripers will hold a Folkston Ga. was the lovely .

wash Saturday April 8, setting for the wedding cere
II ON DEAN'S LIST k car Ms. Elaine W. .
AT FLORIDA STATE Mary Yearta,Economics County starting at 9:30 aim at Johns mony uniting and John C. Thorntonon
Extension Home McDonald's Restaurant.
Three Starke students FSU. The list includes all Agent, will be speaker at the The girls held two meetings February 29, 1978. Cower
Cynthia Edwards, Susan students whose grade Women's Club of Starke during March on March 7 and The Reverend wt?
I Lynne Edwards, and Cynthia averages are B or A for all luncheon-meeting Wednes- 21, where plans were Latimer, retired pastor of the
Joan Cissy were on the Dean's courses taken during the day, April 12, at 12:15: p.m. at discussed to participate in First Baptist Church
officiated the
List for the winter quarter at quarter.II' the club house. many projects such as the at 7:30: p.m.
Ms. Yearta will -give a Special Olympics, Auction for double-ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
demonstration on the use of the Retarded Children and.
Shower HonoreeJames
Tern Dyal Mrs. Evelynn N. Williams of
the micro-wave oven. decorate Easter eggs and hide
former Starke
will be Mrs. J.R, besides In theirregular Folkston
MIIIS Terri Dyal; April 29 E. Dyal and Mrs. Lucy Hostesses them putting resident, and late Morrie E (
Olin the
Reddish chairman Mrs. hours at Hospital.
bride-elect of Larry Paterson, Finley, mother and grand Williams and granddaughterof
White Mrs J.W. Kincaid, the meeting they
was honored at a lingerie mother of the bride-elect and During the late Jesse and Margaret f
Mrs. 0 L hold their first
J.H. voted
Mrs. McClane to
shower Tuesday night, March Mrs. Robert G. Paterson and Newsome of Starke. The 1s ,
21, Riven by Mrs. Marty Linda King, mother and sisterof Beasley, Mrs. Gladys Wasdin, Johanna Myrrs meeting each month off at groom is the son of Mr, and I
Mrs.T.H.Slade and Mrs. E.A. McDonalds where a roped
Dctxidisco and daughter, the prospective groom. Mrs. W.R. Thornton of It
will be
Nina at their home in Hall. Johanna'Myers, area !: arranged. Waycross. t

Keystone Heights. The refreshment table ,uI Don Denton When guests arrived, they ,
Among the guests were Mrs. covered by a blue cloth was Martin Birthdays James Gladleux were escorted into the church
centered with a bride centerpiece by Blain Williams, brother of
Speaker AtHomemakers
Terri Dyal I, flanked by two cakes Celebrated SundayLola Engagement Told: the bride and Ralph Thornton

and a silver punch bowl. A Club brother of the groom.

Larry PatersonTo side table covered with blue Martin and son John, Mr.and Mrs. John A. The church was lighted exclusively Jy
was centered with a silver celebrated their birthdays Myersof by and /
Ha i lord Deputy Don Denton will
announce the candlelit
Wed April 29 coffee service flanked by two Sunday afternoon with a engagement( of their daughter speak on "Drug Abuse". at the glow the i
white candles in silver surprise party given In their Johanna, to James II the April 13 meeting of the stained glass baptistry. Ivory

Miss Terri Dyal and Larry holders. Arrangements of honor by her husband, Billy Gladieux, son of Mm."'!).Miludieux Bradford County Homemaker's tapers accented by babys
camellas decorated the party Martin, at the home of her .. breath and greenery entwined
in the
!Paterson will be united In ( of Uiwfpy. *' Club Agricultural
rooms. mother and father-in-law, Mr. Building' in Starke with "forever yours" ribbon
marriage Saturday, April plans will In-
Two bridal games were and Mrs. Carl Thomas on announce In each window.
ut 7-30: p.m. in the Hope awarded at a later date. which will convene at 10 a.m. were placed
Baptist Church Theressa laved and prides Bayless Highway. On Thursday, March 18, the Flanking either side of the S
with a reception following in before the honoree opened her Enjoying the party with the club had a triple workshop. church: were two candle trees
the church Educational many useful Rifts. honorees were Handy Martin, ,1.tdaJ Mrs. Mattie Miley gave a containing Ivory tapers and
Building The hostesses presented Mr. and Mrs. James Fender [ % ; ) demonstration on "Quilling," greenery. The candle trees I
All friends and relatives Miss Dyal with a gift of and Mrs. Susie Owens of 69 r iin) Miss Arthurlne Blanchard gave way In semicircular
are Invited to attend. lingerie as a memento of the Starke and Mr. and Mrs. V demonstrated "Brookstlck form to the two spiral candelabras -

occasion Tommy Tyre of Keystone r Greg and Julie l'adgetl', Crochet" and Miss Rosa LeeMoore'll which stood on either
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Heights and their families. Klngsli-y Lake announce the! I Instruct ura I class side of the elevated platform

birth of a daughter, Catherine was on "Magnetic Ribbon Forming the back of the semi-
B. Dukes P.L.S.
Wayne Raye March 22 in Alachua Butterflies." circle of candlelight was a

b.J y..J<..", General Hospital. Grandparents ). The club is open to all, regardless fifteen branched candelabra
ANNOUNCES THE OPENINGOf are Harley I. of race, color orcrt'td. also containing ivory tapers
Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Baker (Johnny) and Betty Hazen of Visitors and new and greenery. A spray of red
A and daughter Janet of Keystone Heights. Paternal members are always' roses, white pom-poms babys

LAND SURVEYING OFFICEAt Rhinelander, Wis. were grandparents are Everett and welcome. breath and greenery adornedthe (
double bench
weekend guests of Mr. and Mary Padgett of .Starke prayer
knelt for the
where the couple
Mrs. J.H. McClane. Maternal great-grandparents! .
to seal their sacred
are O.J. (Ossie) and Evelyn prayer
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864 N. Temple Ave., Starke Misses Louise and Etta Norman of Lawtey.nanatl I.' vows.Mrs. Richard Causey

Phone 964-6557 Fripp of Columbia S.C. are Mrs. Ruth Coffman of presented nuptial music Mr. and Mrs. John C. Thornton and flower .girl' Tiffany
Centralia. 111. Is guest this
visiting their sister, Mrs. L.G. before the ceremony. After Johns.
From Pizza
Across )
Powell this week. f\ week of Mr. and Mrs. L.C. the bride and groom's
I Early. The Early's are taking mothers were seated Miss ribbon and babys breath. the bride's book. This table

Mrs. Daphine Cash of Craw her to Disney World Cypress Eulene Steedley and Miss Tiffany Johns served as her was covered in a white lace
fordsville the weekend! Gardens and points of Interest. Becky Lane sang the "Love mother's flower girl and worea tablecloth and hold the rice
Denmark Furniture Company with Mrs. Betty Ann Phillips while she is here. Theme From A Star Is Born" full skirted navy blue dress packet basket. This wan u
and "What A Difference trimmed blue and white large fireside basket!
Claude Crowson returned Mr. and Mrs. Howard You've Made In My Life." The velvet ribbon. Her nosegaywas containing navy, white and
Monday after three weeks in Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. bride entered the church to a miniature copy of her red rice packets with mixed.

:? LEUL&I1 I ] (D1113 the Gainesville VA Hospital Albert Longchamp have returned the traditional "Bridal mother's. Her long blonde greenery.
.' after a weeks vacationin Chorus" (from Lohengrin-) hair was highlighted with a The bride's table waiicovered
Mr, and Mrs Gilbert Gold. Hollywoods, Calif. and Las Wagner large bow of velvet accentedby with a red lace tablecloth .

wire of Starke and Mrs. W.II. Vegas, Nev. The bride was attired in a babys breath. (All throughthe with a white underlayThis
Peebles of Ocala attended the gown of moonlight beige with ceremony. Tiffany stoodat table contained the throe
.. 1 funeral of a niece, Mrs. Melb.LSmith. Wade Overstreet underwenta chiffon sleeves and a lace her mother's lett t. "nd tier.w dinK| typpSd,w'\l(i
1 # (IJ I.lP ''II ..,in Ocilla. Cja,.. or) tonsilectomy :Tuesday in bodice. The dress was .during the traditionalring.ceremony two/cb rubf and.two ret!ty'!,\';?
I JJ.-- I Saturdays ?Mrs. 1' 1 AUuhua, General": Hospital.\ .. ,accented at the bottom.with a ,she\ wPspcesegtgdp' :<\ heart, s ,ecakoMa!!>> ,lf fmme,!,
I "tt'Ti I mamed with the GoldwireS' ten Inch ruffle and Was fittedat 'smalt heart diamond ring-as in blandred :.lowers the
Tn>> :>> rmr: until Wednesday Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn and the waist and tied 'with a token of Johnny's love for tiers were separated by white

1 1.J'. .3 I : ,J. daughters, Dianne and Betsy large bow in the back. She her.) columns. After the traditional
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:::: ,;w were Saturday dinner guests wore her shoulder length hair The, groom chose George first cutting of the cake by the
hI1Jj "",-\1-\ : TRAVEL ADVENTURE of Mrs. Dannie Davis in accented by a bow of babys Freeman, Jr. to serve his best bride and groom. the cake was

.... : -..:..-. "LI--- .LI EDUCATIONSee Palatka. breath and beige ribbon. man and both were attired In then cut by Mrs. JameitThornton :
The color scheme for the navy pinstriped suits with and !Ms., Wanda
Chief Kelly US Navy Mrs. Ruby Hudson of wedding was blue, burgundyand navy and burgundy ties to Jerfe s.The .
1 Recruiting Station Starke Blountsville, Ala. spent Sun beige and the bride's match. The groom's boutonniere -

Wrr. lTI1 Monday 10 A.M. Til 2 P.M. day to Tuesday with her bouquet was a mixture of was a rose inside a white punch table was tended
b' L Bradford Square 2'to..* \:> mother Mrs. Nelson- Green these lovely winter colors. It carnation.; by Mrs Frank Bullard and
and family..JEHE contained "forever yours" For her daughter's Mrs. Mary Bennett Tho

r--.,; .... .w.JI. ......:. "\\1' ;::; .:.;00 -- roses, beige carnations, and wedding Mrs. Williams chosea tablecloth was also red lace
\:11I.: .4r floor Hed J and
mint with white
navy star flowers interspersed green length gown under-lay.
II :::. : } <:::IT 3\\ with babys breath with a blouson top. Her white camellias hurroiindqd! 1
making a nose-gay arrange. corsage was a moonlight the punch bowl adding beau/ y
-- ment. cymbidiam orchid. Mrs. to the punch.

,, FLORIDA BANKREAL Ms. Donna Lariscy of Thornton the groom's The groom's cake was
/, ,I "1 11"-" lei hjI QFtrC Augusta, Ga. served as mother chose a pink floor placed on a round table
n--<: \I -! length with an appliqued covered with a lace cloth.
matron of honor. Ms. Lariscywas gown
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I 1 (, \\If \ } :' 'I'\' I bodice. Her made the solid chocolate
.. .. attired In a burgundy corsage was Atop ) cake
..u...... IIti L'Li f1X qiana gown with spaghetti up of a white orchid. was the "reluctant uroom";
): ?J .. ,811 III rr 1 straps, covered with a After the couple lighted the with his anxious bride tugging
l'.r:; 11:1-: ,j, matching chiffon cape. Her "Unity Candle", they knelt on at the tail of his! cont. Off to the
bouquet was a nose-gay of the doube prayer bench while opposite side of the cake were
-; 1 ESTATE candy striped carnations Miss Steedley and Miss Lane three little Imps amid a "sea
t ; /f} babys breath and ribbon. For sang "There Is Love." of chocolate. Serving this

\. I"D "' ,...- her hair she wore moonlight The couple left the church to devilish delight was Mrs.
... ;..')crn" "' LOANS.WE the traditional "Wedding George Lloyd and Mrs. Jack
if .ll .
March"by Mendelssohn As
\\D 1 ... J I <<1. r--:. t. ::' 'y./: ( Thank YouThe t the couple left the church C'ulpt'pper.Alter' receiving confiradula-

Sit I I ,, !, lb KNOW I HOW I II IT IS.WE they presented to each of their lions from their guests( the
'"4' ''' .1.' >,(.\\1 J mothers a long stemmed red couple left for a short weddingtrip.
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.. \ The reception was held In The couple is now residing
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'": ..,.. City of Starkt's Fir Depart-
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the church social hall in Folks ton where Elaine; Is
"'- \.. "r. # mint would like to thank
-.r .. .Le. .!..___ lT l-! everyone for their support .! immediately following the employed with Hercules Inc

their booth during the ceremony. When guests Johnny i 1M employed with The
t r Florid* .. County Fair last wok Also entered they were greeted by Pepsi! Cola ('0. in \\ayerossCa
: .. n NationalBanksof I a thank Mrs. Chip Beal who attended d .
I : we would like to John
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r4'T Torod Oil, Co. for the use of
I Rehearsal
Johns-Thornton DinnerOn
:.,).. J.fJ r. their booth.
-I -.. ... ., ......r"' jfrftmoia at Clcnke Str -The Ladies Auxiliary February 24 Mrs. John The tables were decoratedwith ,
;;: I \ Mcllveen. Mrs. L.C Aldridge. pink tapers and ivy. A

rF Mrs. Otto Whigham. Mrs. large arrangement of white
:: Ferris Gowen. and Mrs. carnations pink babys breath
-- George Lloyd hostessed the and doves highlighted the

rehearsal dinner for bride. head table. An elegant buffet
I ; ) i1-1 ltJ' The Best Buyin elect Ms. Elaine W. Johns and of food to tempt any diet was

[ :, .. groom-elect Johnny Thornton.The served.
Citizens Bank Community Guests who attended were:
6 Town / I Room. Folkston. Ga. was the Reverend and !Mrs. Gower

setting for the candlelight Latimer Mr. and Mrs, W.R.

r 9 buffet Thornton Ralph Thornton.
jii. } '. ""' RemainsAPrci(1)) Mrs. Evelynn Williams and

::: --- '4. _'-- Elisha Norman son Ms. Blain.Wanda George Jeffers.Freeman Ms.

Celebrates3rd Donna Lariscy, Miss Kuleen

We now have one of the largest selections of La-Z-Bov recliners for immediate Steedley Mrs. Alice Carter,
Mr and Mrs. George Lloyd
delivery Stop and choose one just right for your home. Best of all they're on Birthday April 1 and son Jackie. Mr and Mrs.

sale So you save'' Ferris Gowen. Mr. and Mrs.
Elisha Norman celebratedher L.C. Aldridge. Mrs. John
$1 OQOO .e, third birthday April 1 witha Mcllveen, Mrs. Otto
Sale Priced As Low As JL O vS party given by her parents. Whigham. Ms. Elaine Johns
Excellent Selection Wayne and Yvonne Normanon and Tiffany and Johnny
Griffis Loop. ,Thornton.
Of. Chairs ,In $ A Holly Hobble theme was.
Save ,jp To iQ000 carried out in the decorations.
r- Games were played by the
.oi.. ten guests and prizes won by ]
/tr.lPoetPint'ernDoBettf'r.tt : Mrs. Kelly Roberts of Lawteyand Meet April 1 10
: Melissa Norman of

: .. ,_ Starke. The Junior Woman's Ch
; STEAKS' IJWICH $130fJ will meet MondayApril 10, i
: ,
:: DUPLICATE BRIDGEMrs. 7:30: p.m. at the club \\oui"
'with Airs. Freeman Registet

.dI1liW. ; U'I I Ruth Wrenshall and III and Mrs. Larry Crawfor
I Iti/' J. as hostesses. "

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434 W., Call St., --- -. ; and Lora Francis were second A.T. Tilllsof Tampa vistUltt. .

..4 '' and Mrs. Lex Green and his uncle and aunt !Mr, ait
Phone 964-5827 Temple Stark'e964-6567 Cecelia Terwillegar were Mrs. Tullie Norman on

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HomeEaster ___ :

was spiritual time e

and the residents.The also a fun. time here for a r d y'Srti __ tir _

children of the Assembly t r '
of God decorated the dining b, b
room for Easter. Especially +t (? '
meaningful was the banner, of
the death, burial and the
resurrection of our Lord. The
Mabel Pearsall Circle of the %
4 United Methodist Church of rl
aa1 Melrose visited and gave each yt
one an Easter Favor. The
l WMS Mission Action Group S.SS.t!:
y from the First Baptist Church S
of Keystone Heights, gave a L to It. Mae Baldwin. Miss America Susan Perkins OirhiiieMonluro
delightful homemade cookie and Ginger Baldwl ,Mo tur. meet at (be iafnesvlllr
party They also presented a airport. '' *"
; \ message In song.
It' The ladles of the First EUE( 1,1f.rkth
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Baptist t Church of Duckpond Conducting the district meeting of Die Bmlness and Professions Women's Club were! Joe Kerrigan ,
began their program with the I-F-- Tommle Robinson Ann Slate President Elect Laurel
g Front row < Grlmsbawe ( ).
Easter Message In the Back Polls taken' at Senior county, municipal and state
Barton, Margaret LlnkooS. row Sarah Nichols state program chairman). Phyllis
1 1L.b morning of March 24th. After Storms (state first vlee-presldeat).Sis Farris Karen Schroder,Sonia Camp Citizens workshop meetings purposes. Five pilot projectswill
lunch with the help of their always indicate that transportation working by July I. 178.
children we held our annual Bradford Library .
is one of their
Easter Egg Hunt Mrs. lona Business Women }Hold District Meeting In Kit greatest needs and voted that will hold an' art show from i .1 I

Anderson found the Prize ton priority be given to solve April :3-15. Senior Citizens will qi .+
Egg. The Easter Parade was The District III meeting of shawe, state president elect. Among those present was this problem. have some work on display/ I
the highlight of the party.' the Business and Prof.slOfll'IWomen's At the close of the meeting Elizabeth Brown, past state This bothersome Issue could This will be a good time to get
There were fifteen conducted Mrs. Grimshawe and other librarians and
: gorgeous Club was president. lo know your
410 ladies that modeled their Saturday, April 1, at Keystone., district officer were Installed. only.be treated partially by MB' all of the l large print books
Raster Bonnets they had Heights Woman's Club. During the day long program volunteers good StarkeBradfordCounty neighbors/ or ready for your perusal and
designed and made. Mrs. The program was hosted by members heard as in the pleasure.
taxi cab
Cello Redding took top honors. and Starke Club. various reports and district, with only one
MMr Delicious Easter Basket cup the Key Keystone speaker was Ann Grim- citations were awarded.st' 2>;J y"-X-,,,,. which costs $J to go to the Treasurer Emma Morton's
back home audited and found
cakes and Bunny Cake with 'doctor and for books were
served to all. The example. okay. Peggy Richardson! I "
punch were Local admittance to Brad '"'
and Mrs. Mica demons- youth group from the Grace p-r ford County Hospital this Happily, relief Is on the assumed Lmma's: job as
Methodist Church Of Lawtey week Include! from Starke ->- way! News from the office of Treasurer.
came and played Bingo with Mrs. Callie Gainey, Mrs. Senator: MncKay, Tallahassee A moment of silent prayerwas
Janet BrannenAllen Clemons the residents on Saturday. Mrs. Antoinette Charron of 'Mr and Mrs. T.T Langston Teresa Crosby, Mrs. Mildred states that SB 146 introduced observed Lou for deceased' !
They brought along Easter South AtUeboro, Mass. I Is oT Manning, SC 'arrive Edwards Mrs. Edna Sauve, by "Buddy" has been I club f'rf'Yt lt
Wed March 26 in Lake Butler .. favors and served delicious visiting Mr and Mrs. Alfred Saturday for a weeks visit Mrs. Ella Moody, Mrs. given favorable hearings In he rest in peace.Ada I
refreshments. Roblda for three weeks, with Mrs. Arlln McKnight. Bernice Battle and Mrs. Mary the Senate and the House of Hoist sick committee
They will all visit points,of Slater; Ryan Homer and Mrs. Representatives. reported that Isobel H.iydilla.
Janet Carol groom's brother
Brannen Edward Burns of
..c.c7J Mrs. interest In central l Alma Bray from Keystone and IIB 22B Sue Angelovich Mae
> Florida SB 146 providesfor
daughter of Angeline Brannen Clemons. Ushers for the
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. all the
Congrove are on
while here. Heights Mrs. Ola Redding puny
and the late Maurice Brannen, occasion were Joe Brannen y.J(,.", M.J. Cain of Amarillo Texas, from Lawtey; ; Otis Crabtree the use of school of the'buses for list. Nora Grlder was transferred .
of Lake Butler became the and Jeff Clemons. are spending this month at the Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Eaves from Hampton and Mrs. transportation elderly from the Memorial
bride of Allen Dale Clemons, The flower girl was Michelle Hildabell Bence cottage at attended a cookout Saturday Sherry Carlton from; Raiford and the physically or mentally Nursing Home in Polatka to
son of Mr. and Mrs. Walton C. Rutten. She wore a floor Mrs. Janice Thompson and Kingsley Lake. night for the officers of the No. handicapped persons, during the Putnam County Hospital.
Clemons of Starke, on length dress of lavender silk daughter, Donna of Arcadia the off hours, without com '
146 Signal Battalion, Florida Pam Tucker daughter of Nora is In critical condition.
Sunday.March 28, at 7 p.m. at with full skirt, sweetheart and Mrs. Linda Willard and Mrs. Olive Ryder of Gaines- National Guard at the home of Mr and Mrs., Neil Tucker legislation Details of. this Get well cards were sent and ,
and will be worked out
Mt. Zion Primitive neckline and sleeves. She daughters, Dina Angel .
Baptist ville visited Mrs. J.E. Wilson Lt. and Mrs. Wayne CarswellIn was recently Inducted In Phi some visits were made. We .
and Tom Boone of High Point, between school districts and "
Church, Lake Butler. wore a straw hat to match. on Saturday. Mandarin with for the return of better
Theta at Florida
N.C were Friday to Tuesday Kappa other public agencies for pray
Elder O.M. Yarborough She carried lace basket or
approximately 40 attending. health to all of them
Junior College In Jackson.
af last week guests of Mr. and .
performed the double ring red and white flowers. Richard Williams'of Tallahassee
ville. Pam will be a
oeremony. Josh Suggs was the ring Mrs. Marcus Norman. spent Thursday to ''Mrs. W.F. Herlong has had from her chapter representative at
The church was decorated bearer. He was dressed in a Mr. and Mrs: Harvey Sunday with his parents, Mr. 'as visitors during the week-' the National meeting of Phi
with an oval arch candelabraand white tuxedo and carried a Edwards visited their son-in- and Airs. Mack Williams and end, Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Stein- Theta Kappa being held In
white tapers entwined white satin pillow with law and daughter, Mr. and played in the Strawberry Golf' meyer, Mr.. and Mrs. F.V. Orlando this week. .
with formosa fern and baby matching wedding bands. Mrs. Richard Dennis in Tournament. Mr. and Mrs. Herlong, Mr. and Mrs. Mark "Saving you.
breath against a background A reception was held at the Callahan on Sunday.Mr. Charles McQuaig and son, Herlong, all of Jacksonvilleand Nancy Fullwood and Rip
ef green magnolia, flanked on Ul County Housing Project David, of Waycross, Ga. Lucy Parnell of Lake Pratt spent the weekend In St. .: That's
either side by tall wicker Clubhouse. Guests registeredin .and Mrs.Jimmy Adamsof joined the family on Sunday. Butler Petersburg with their cousins ;dw.! :: money.
baskets of white glads and the bride's book presided Alachua visited Mr. and David and Linda Cole 11If'Yattended .I
lilac daisies with pink bows over by Joy Thornton, the Mrs. Rudolph Sapp on Mr. and Mrs. ''Wallace' ,Mr. and Mrs. John Williamsand the Cinclnatti Reds Reason No. 1
and long streamers. Kneeling groom's sister. The table was Sunday. Deshong of'Cast on. W; Va. son,John of Titusville will baseball game and the Tampa why we
bench and memory candle overlaid with a white cloth were weekend guests of Mr. be weekend guests of Mr. and Rowdies soccer game.
completed the setting. A edged In lace with a twin bud Mrs. Jane Stokes has re- and Mrs. Prank Palmer at Mrs. Mack Williams. should do* taxes."
bouquet of green fern and lilac vase holding red rose buds. turned after two weeks in, Kingsley Lake your
daisies adorned the piano. Bouquets of dogwood and Jacksonville visiting her son- Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Hutson
Beverly Collins presented a honeysuckle were used at in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert visited Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Hutson We are income tax specialists. We ask the
lovely program of wedding vantage points.A Mrs. Harry Lent and rela- Genereux of Westfield, Mass. Pafford in Jacksonville visited Mr and Mrs. Terrell right questions We dig for honest de
music singing and playing thepiano white cutwork cloth tives. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Monday evening and cele- Webb, Jr. and baby daughterin every
Including "Because""Where covered the bride's table. A Robert Green the past week. brated David Pafford's 24th Nashville, Ga. on Sunday. duction and credit, We want to leave no stone
Thou Goest", and"We've three tiered cake decorated: In Ernie P. Ritter of Hamlet, birthday. unturned to make sure you pay the smallest
Only Just Begun". yellow and green was served N.C., Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mr. and Mrs.. Ellis Griffis legitimate tax
Given In marriage by her with mints and nuts. Servingthe Parser and family of Miami, and daughters, Bren and Lisa,
uncle, Jack Brannen, the cake were Ellyn Brannen Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Locke Mr. and Mrs. Terry Gaines, TRAIL
bride wore an empire gown of ,and Paula Brannen.' and family of.Bradenton and Mr. pnd Mrs. Larry Norman, .' 301?,N. La'l"'ey" f'o.' 'r. ,I' ,H&R BLOCK ,
white organza with shadows of Green punch was served .Mr. and ,Mrs. ,T.F. HuUO ,of Mr.and Mrs. Leroy Norman t .
lace..The bodice had long M* from twin punch bowl set in "MtaLksonviltai: ,were weekend and David and 0m WUHanM* uUnda ,.New ,Manajlement'I!> '' I' ,THE I"' COME'TAX PEoP\.E \
'-lIl1d .. _. I .. 1"tlI"'k" ;:! ;..b'1 :.oJorf. ;;;:; '..' "
through sleeves and yoke.The 'garlandY 0f'gtieW"fetd' 'guests of Mr; and Mrs. 74f.C. spent the weekend at (her Bonnie & tiiggtnbotham' : rt : g i. 1t 1
yoke had a high neckline of yellow Rowers from a lace Wells;Mrs. Carolyn Redgraveand Williams cottage ,on] Lake. : Rudy [ '' f ,fa'N': Walnut, !ht to Monitor BuMng,' ..
tiny seed pearls on venlse covered table: Serving the Mrs. Shellle Gerle. Kerr. Invites! You To Come Try Our. Food <
lace. A waist length veil was punch were Joy Tetstone and ., "Polly Sp ctol. Fr.,.h V.gs robl., 0 4.6280I 4'3-277'
lace by a lace garland Karen Green. Mr. and Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. 8.J. Eggers I Open 9.fl Weekdays Saturday 0-4 Open Mof1d11v. 10'2
Fresh ,
touch D ili' 3a g.toko
line Included u ayiddav
The at
with seed pearls. receiving Muggins were camping are visiting their' son and
s' The bride carried a bouquetof 'Angeline Brannen, James Camp O'Lena from Thursdayto daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs. Saturday Night Special
white mums and baby 'Brannen, Pearl Thomas, ,. the Monday and attended the John Eggeis Miami from Appointments Necessary I
,breath centered with red rosebuds bride and groom, Mr. ',and Jeffords family reunion on Tuesday to Friday. B-B-Q RIBS ft,CHICKEN

and a white orchid, the Mrs. Clemojts, Wayne Sunday Hour 6 A M. To 10 P M.Dolly ,
bride's going away corsage. Clemons, Jeff Clemons, Joe
Serving as matron of honor Brannen, Nancy Brannen.
was Nancy Brannen. Janet's Sandy Donaldson, and Dr Lounette Richardson, B.S.,' D.C. 'I
attendants were. Sandy Stephanie Putnal.! Announces The Opening Of
Donaldson and Stephanie After a short wedding trip to Keystone Chiropractic
'Putnal.They wore floor length the Smokey Mountain), the Office
dresses of lime green couple .Is now making their At SR-21 North

polyester featuring sweet- home at Rt. 2, Box 108 F, Keystone Shops Suit ,5'
heart neckline and short puff Starke' Fl. '..
sleeves. The matron of honor The bride is a 1977 graduate Phone473-3604
wore matching colored .hat .of Union County High School Hours 9 a.m. J p.m. mulSp.m.6p.m.

and the attendants wore hats and the groom Is a 1972 Mon. Tues. .
Wed &Fri.
In pink and yellow. Their graduate of Bradford County ,
flowers were a spray of mums High School.The groom works 9a.m. 1 p.m. Thursdays /
and baby breath with spring at the Container Crop of {IE.rcludetJrrrm telephone book] ,
color streamers.The America in Starke. -
best man 'was the ---

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Don't Be WithoutWHEELS

several Lauderdale weeks Heath Is with spending Mr.of Fort and ""I' '

Mrs. Bill Tilley and family

'Mrs. H.M. Richards has returned -
from nine days visit
with her son and family Mr .
and Mrs. Henry Richarde
Pascagoula Miss. and with
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas" N,'
Busch in Daphne Ala.

Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod
Hamilton visited Mr. and Mrs.
Mark Hamilton and family in i iB

Tampa Saturday and Sunday.Mr. oJ

and Mrs. G. Carl Alderman a
have returned to their
home In Baltimore, Md. aftera
weeks visit with his. sister. '

James Mrs. Otto L.A of Seminole Canova Joined Mrs. :, r '5 New 1978 Fords '. .SIX, YEAR. $1,000 CERTIFICATE"MINIMUM

the family on Sunday. .'
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Dr.. and Mrs. H.H. Adams, F. .\ r ., '.; .
Mrs. J-H. Mceeley Mrs..TomWauon ., ','
and children and Mrs) : ..

J.E. Wilson were Sunday Rentalj'; M When earnings are left to compound dally '
evening dlnnet guests of Mr Daily .
and Mrs. 'John Adams in .. for one year. ," .

Gainesville and helped '"
celebrate little Amy :Adams Thundarblrd.-Gr. ,' ', : a A substantial penalty Is required for early .' "

sixth birthday. '. ,," withdrawal orrcertlflcate plans. ..::......,
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'!lJrIl ..... .......y JeiM Wolbert when contacted
byaM. .].......eavto pay the check submitted by
Dr. aVtt. & *. *,.to ktt.......*tr J-fL Kelly's office In the Vtr- : .
I >mm. ififtato. *.ao. .nNDMt In accordance with 1 _
t ''DdIIR-L.....U...",. .. ...F1or.Ida Statute 173.3107, '
f 9- 8 *MN *MliiUen of the U.S. 'Coda entaanaiMtpubltc I '
a. ; =. :: policy lo pay In h '

e4rneashu.a alas v. power over money and ikTV.Ji'

anIhes IJ 5thaa .theraadtartrel.sege. added Wolbert,
... ,..m.ihavedaelt with that Issue one being a
.*81MRIgtlktl.CM.dtr4baabet ruling! "Congress has the b

gtrhlbotisNatgr.efaarv. d In any proper w.y.* It _

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K" .= M'or-siW on deposit at the bank we
'r4 ....... silver but since he had none a.It1

een depsettavtrbarepoi. dths W I III8.'sal4Wolbert.ai .

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ONE DOWN-ONF TO GO addlo. that la. on. group he I Jltl't
:: want to tangle with. *
irlaalta eai8111in a ..dMrlo Mont
............ .... -, Wiey' can take the shoes right ..
.........-.a.,..........., elf your feet." he Mid. .
One Way to Progress mlltim.*.***. ucrr alp a ap..- III1
"t would like to force the .
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government to go back to the
..4ie1of the Constitution > ,
Sometimes progress can be a matter time after being held back later tlas } ='Jf' =::= ,that made the country tobegin 'Ii
tQIN .
and rain of llteI'. great admonlshe clerk Brenda Starling "If the put my house on
well building usual by the cold W alai with, Dr. Ron Dopiest deputy
down as up.
of tearing as = = ::1 explained.frepson. delinquent Ux roll lam going to have to file audit far damages against the county for uidin&un'd!" ,'N

If other owners of similar rundown Ylia...... *. *. ...+daadal.. abetting a I"udnll'ntad.that b going|{aganet the 17.5'onlltJluUon. { .
Several weeks ago The Telegraph ran and abandoned structures would feUewr ..... ...... r f ill said he hopes hlaeawltenge Dopson wa*accompanied to the tax collector'*of flee March: by atlorne l') RichardSeth., !( :, !yy: ?

photographs of some local structures how much more beautiful and live e......:..... kte iw....IW will force Congress : .,Irtit$43.,489
that would be more of an asset to the suit -Maas :" g nMrti ""1 8.fl. 8. tereturn to the policy ofLobing
town "in absentia" than in their present able our town would be. Congratulati.u.go N. ..aaelrn. up paper money with Repaving Project.> I {
of on
to the two owners geU-antf silver coin and follow
state of decay and dilapidation.We Water Street who made the decision to A taaaar .MM'es.is aeunder fiscal policies upholding .. ( ,_ -.Il
and will seen ___ 'fTl. the the Constitution.
note with Interest that two of upgrade their holdings lets that ""'2taaee ..... _. t Let on Seven City Streets
house N. Water have some desirable building aoimtoy to-Afce eedd; tat he "Without dollar backed up : 4.1 :
frame on
these a if wantto ,. ...
to the should find a ready market they ... with gold and silver coin --
and its adjoining neighbor atlMMeIW.lPa
Street sell. shutialurala' Congress can print any About 2.5 miles of city Committee I Is Htudjing the Imu'fiUilu 'nudgrlecanvv, /
north are being torn down voluntarilyby ... nd.essloos. dollar, the highest
+dru, I amount of streets are to be relopped problem of stray dogs In (he lolxreivcpayt'alkrlhs'inllwl 1 \
the We hope their example will prow lla M5'4 ti lllet of Inflation. One day
owners. M4pay creator beginning next peek at a cost city fit)' iimlrml ''I'htvglieviKayit'
contagious and will result in an epidemic ........-.. the music I going to stop" he of $4.1.489: following acceptance was ha''""', ,U\I'I., .*.* ?.h WIne1

Stance resplendent this spring with of demolishing or cleaning up web "I d.aib, belie .,fie?LadLgxsd.leliweiNSrka saki.D.wen of the low bid by the Learned I city pol.cemea. IIlhl'I'1.) '" $

the beauty of azaleas redbud. dogwood areas. .. Jsrwnlissr.r said he has been Starke city council: Tuesday. i .' aft

wistaria and other blooming trees and .tulta. +i.ltae arid' asked why he didn't try for April 4.Streets.

shrubbery all bursting forth at the same Who'll be next? Other B4BMMM*, .*. BOMUWte. political office: but said there to be topped are Bay State.Attorney Gets Mare"Courthouse
.' item I. QAM **saoaiiin on are too many politicians and Street from SK-100 to I-a-
*y> ...... -PiT', .. '. ...... I. net many statesmen addinghe layette Orange Street from r "Tlt>
; i
.awat felt he could do on the Office SP :
:-JC more SR-I to Edwards Head:

i Worth A Call ataea.t\ Ldt3ann outside.Dopson. Laura Street from 'herry "'""
wear== = had Intended to Street to SK-100: East South .
pay timt 1111'1"Itl\ f.akeview "tll.dao;
Street from Walnut Street: Acting on n ft'lllll'lit.|
Fe'ItIdIR. ..n/Mfaat.llMps41es .. his taxes Wednesday but the Gene Drive from SK-16: St. month for more courthouse division, located m Ihi- Itt.al t

On the subject of tearing down (see turing speeches by Askew and Tush, ..,........ tax collector's office was Clair Street from Call Street office space the Hradlord lord : flav' (foiinlv" "ii taIN.lltnrni'y
drew only a crowd of 600. Ap- --r 'f 'JI& cloned In the afternoon while to Brownlee and Pratt Street County Commission Momliiv.. tVOI'gr((; 1'11'1'1'/ *
don'twant meagre :
editorial above) one thing we ,.... M.AIIIi".l .theJlfaSfrAS .went to the
the employee
the of Florida tryiag from US.301 to the Inter April :a I. nuthori/ed use of the iippeariil 1 ort bdi.ilf lif his'[,
is the old parently people are returned .w'J
down capitol at ialak
torn fair. Dopson grand jury room for im clienltirren, Sie\' '/'ni>nn.
._ section with Blanding The ( .
tell the Governor and Mr. TiMtor h ., ,
Tallahassee building of beauty and to E$ Thursday). one day before the be ,, expansion of the state'sattorney < a.
roads will
toppedAil'i one .
"" I II.JI1unthlo"IUluh
tMablb.4M Sigm-d,, 9f
historical something but so far their pleas have deadline, with attorney office.CommissiniHMH.
significance. deaf 1""" Richard Welty. Tax collector: inch of asphalt. contract tear 4ij: II i monili tort,
fallen on ears. .. Ws Akef"Yr/W di! I IAMSdr AR. Kelly was not In but (" of told Jim I the installation nl! -ml I't.U!' oJc
That is a feeling we do not share 4tet3.naMta,.tl.whiels bill tax bill l and', Baggett Paving 0. 'ille office.m.inugrr.lheKranif << 'lfii, coutily' .told tliiim
The fate of the old capitol rests in taw Depson gave Gainesville submitted the low :Stringer.; SA <;.in.n( \ ipier .
with two powerful state leaders ......... ..... eheok to deputy clerk BrendaStapling foot 'jury room) lepiesenlalivt' Him \\jIJ.I'c:.oil
Governor Reubin Askew and Speaker of hands of the State Legislature which air' ...... ...........MIll r rdeath' I bid of dollar$1.74 per under square the next wmild IH pal'Illumed till I lor, a lest IMSIK, laxvfjl 1.llIl'l\ ..t
convened this week. If you would hue whelp .ofa.glbWir one the otrice.Kp"cI.'. This would ioii.| l 'I'ho |xu'c'h.isc pi'ic'\\oulik ft
bid. Five bids were received .
Tucker. want the -paai lowest
the House Don They When contacted Tuesday
save this historic structure Ural ; Imnot tll1l' local lull lime office IKU.4JH.: .I.,,:{is I
old capitol torn down because it "ob- Vepsen,said hewasaware the
want your children and grandchildren bank had the check. to t f a stale attorney. two I Kec-eixed a' '!II'h.n11lil
structs the view" of the new capitol. walk its columned hall ways visit its "" ::''! ==, '"EMs la what makes the Bagged A representative said the paving could im' t
which has been the subject of controversy wood paneled chambers and feel something -. '',I**, 4abs MIAM. .... country great the bank and begin next week and would (aries.1'Im lull. time-and office sereIliadlord. was Male I'rlsim, I I'brct. axle'x4'lopd'pIn ; ,
since it hit the drawing iipcnt-d in .lulv the fomini'iiihiliKlminisinitimt ', 1\1I\\1Ini
ever of the historical heritage that is r9stlenorat .-.skd .alapereees0 attorney. hlye'their opinion take about one week to com I' mid linker report \
boards. Some critics think the more of theirs then swing into !..raMb. >jeNl.oraflibisr. and I have mine but yet anyone plete. r mon\ lam "g"jttvhrlrchungy ( "'
counties :
rightfully r can speak and state in 11111"""': din0vansni
that be hidden up
the capitol can
new Call write IePlators ] i The is to be M.ill.
action at once. or your sais without pnid IIIlIt morale
fear of retopping
better. In fact sweat shirts bearing the how fed I.es.ab..Ma.oalsadJ.4damur opinions out of federal revenue There is {also) a I possihihly/ nf ,.. .._.r. ...".. .,..lUI&"t
today telling them you 5eri reprisal" More people should .
II full time,brunch office of(he )
slogan. "Tear Down The New Capitol"are and aok .' .. ieMaririeelaAMi... stand for what they believe sharing > (1 NlJ.l lrIJlj
about the historic structure i asar+ up Eighth: ? ,, /i i MH-'I\ !
a popular item in Tallahassee- these them to help work out a responsiU' 111 I". 'aitaaa..l drTtlwieMileprailq' .*.B," In') other' '. ito', [&i'e"W>ubcM.J DeterHK-r{ s. -otfice 11I1111I",10'')i "' ".i *** ..710Lonsulereci

days. solution for preserving at least a ports *_ r JDopson said he was aware accepted the low bid of SVZim: Slarke. if u' budget request| is 'r,px)
when he made the challenge from Armco Co. of Jacksonville (rranted b\ both houses of the *' IM1H
of Florida
Secretary of State Bruce Smathers of the building for the people t.id lie. the Internal Revenue Servicewould for culvert. The Il'lolsl( llure. 1\ met, ruluj,, (iu'inunj{ .f IJI.IcooI
and future generations. +W1.Ifadur..y"saaL......-Y. clip out the article and drainage pipe is to be installedin taking and disposal ,,. _..'
leader of the movement to save at least a ....l other business the
ditch In :!
d maybe In six to-12 months do a a behind Bridge nuisance alligators( will hi+
portion of the old capitol has refused to Senator Pat Thomas will again sparser as.., NIII.... ..1 'II' "sail Iand"lepdtrt 1 tax audit for speaking his Street. The city received five commissioner hoard from considered when, I the <: inn"

give up his offices there and move into the 1902 versiaat' .. pap',4&don mind although he said he bids for the pipe. Bradford Counlvolunteer and Kieshaler. I HK>,
legislation to save ....... -.--esn..... and not on Eire I Department chief 'Jlarrv Commission : !
shaft which cost .challenged locally 111l''tlll (VIicA),
the concrete taxpayers : of )
twice the original estimate and still isn't of the show capitol.an interest Unless the however people of the Florida eM,. he III" ..y ......... a : .a federal basis. the On insurance the recommendation committee the Green meler.iiecn.annul the need for a !Ran April. 7. in Tallahassee: : ,u O.

functional with no "back steps" and council awarded insurance The 'proposed'prtigrain: khM
I capitol will soon be gone losing fofever fmtle coverage to two Starke com- ( said there are about bused MK'erssiul 'P'\I"-\
elevators and apparently on i
passageways an irreplaceable landmark as well a* fI Q"r' panies. Gerald Brown Insurance tan railroad i curs of dangerous conducted' htsl| ycau"dIn ;
in the .
mostly wrong places.It valuable office space that could b* Agency was awarded chemicals that pass through( six: Northeast i',kn'ltlasah; ''

utilized rather than building additionalnew .--.T lobby workman compensation Starke each dave are Counties,' ulillz.lIlt':11cl'11\ : >e.st
is significant that a "Save the OldCapitol" that will cost times fi. coverage of I7HJ4: and Kilting on lop of ii power keg A private trappers, the 1Hlowrr,
party hosted by Smathers and space many Tc yIordr George Roberts Insurance: !gas meter could sine.lives' if w ill present the pmpipctf,t i'iirc m.:
more per square foot. is to furnish a package tin accident occurs hero.: said
his} wife last week attracted over 2.000 "' _11111 ... Agency including the utility. plant. Jreen. .; t to the rivemembir l)''mnl" ..l"cojldll,i i.udoplion ,

historical-minded followers determinedto week llL ".. .......ZIt machinery for about SUOflO .a.AA
Next "
The time to act is now.
lie Kaid the meter corUs sr>m)

tion fight to the bitter for the end new while capitol a dedica-fea may be too late. arse Ilaaalsaar.i ;graesIigis'1iel Brown patch kills grass in The council also agreed to and the mnncs was m I he left; Irfl. .\Itixtt. : .}' ; /J; ;;

ceremony more or less circular patches pledge percent of slate revenue budget. He was told approvalu i" .. f. .- .. ..mtf
_v ...A......'... & .d4.ilea that begin as small spots and sharing towards a bunk( not necessary to purchase 7 Rock. tnril, 7 :v .*.'"*
may expand to several feet in loan for a self insurance program (he item .- ., en
..... uptttlsotyhoul.ear
Meet SIGI It also cause a by the : and ...
I aces: imeman..1 beteMai diameter. may city approved Cireen also said an application k..tlinn 1. ,
thinning of the turf over' a setting aside JMNW: *' .V H-hmn': !fix: L
+ ,!, It usually occursduring annually for .general cover made three years Klorida ago IK-held I J..I\\!I">' .haenu'ntal'SVIIINII :;
with the.
( warm humid weather. age. lo hook up I !iH'Ummnn ill 'Ii i II ni;
with Bernajsi .Jipar------- Forestry Serxicewas. recently I''riduy" tvening.l Ii'; ylr I' rii4n
Dr. .
Are you a round peg in a square hole High School turdfps. .. Jt' is Dollar spot kills grass In In other business the approved. '\'oulhpl.iM'ix .l'II/-tUl'! / huoloTi'u II
or perhaps a square peg in a round McFadden as coordinator.The ,,..rbiasM sw.lglly.weab+ Sreto.d'u1as..us4a.arel .distinct patches that are 2 to 3 council. In other business villa iln I 'KI"IIl1"
a misfit in '\inches in diameter. Patches a iiKkiiiu' t'hall'K11111 throughoiuouragctiunt
are -unanimously
hole? Well anyway you adopted
old used to "It's att
saying be .
job and sometimes thinktht.rf' sdorr'wisawtgl rtake on a bleached straw resolution setting bid practices Horn plwlii-' *
your present to done with mirrors." Nowadays, it's all u. In severe cases small for the citv. Approved the appointment III' moni-y. pr hour Duckedviill 1
must be a more pleasant way done with computers and if you give mec Ia e ambit .fihsee in'Nip :patches may coalesce so that of John Wa\'n( llersev ciNilinuc* locking'(' \ 1 \\1 4adQr' .

earn a living even if it means less SIGI (not to be confused with Twiggy) .r-4.. In ....a.c YrfmL. large area*are affected Leaf -approved utility. write. as a member of (thl" county clav i>\'i>mng IIIr/ p.JII. .rt"
it might mean lesions may be seen off of 51.777.Were board. will ho I
money though perhaps d ,ap.t-type zoning went sulx''ltsyd I'
? the right information he. she. or it watt = = en-the blades of grass at the the nicnihcrs ilrcjLa, \\ .i
more cough up a printout giving you the advantages t ': ,,outer margin,of the email advised t the Safety -Set Ma>' I. 7 pm. for u Dixie1 Vmilh .eugu( .'' :; .,f1l
and-or of the III 1 It occurs during mild public hearing on the county: and ( '>hilI'
disadvantages Ytes.. tpatches. -Granted permission to ad- lion proucWI: gn
dissatisfied with .. .. ... r
At any rate are you humid weather. land use plan. fjulluuth
occupation for which you are best miifiadi, :io warm vertise to close to an unused toward the Kna.illV;;; .r.
and think how J.wutr "c-t'I
present career ill
your disease la usual / ;:
Control a
happy you would be as a gourmet chef or At no additional charge (indeed the Dtgalre 1 _I.-to accompanied by the of a program. I It

perhaps a high wire performer whole process: is free) Twiggy that is. aoegll.. ... altsM. dp e. to fuagicMe. When affungi.

SIGI will give you a list of schools fa ; IY .... the following points
Well. in that case maybe SIGI can Florida. Georgia and Alabama whasj* ..!,!S-. .a J=:a C"l : be l kept in mind.: t

help. training or a degree program is available I'i ;'' _In moat cases It Is best toIIIIF.8ktIIe M ''' 'I tl'S t lI

for your chosen occupation providing it .- "{ entire planting and "

SIGI could stand for Specializing In isn't the care and feeding of blue-r ..l ." tlu.tllyr itlyeulMb of(, : the disease spot.
but it doesn't. It stands for directions and precautions -
Girls. Inc.
boobies the Galapagos Island. .. rk
on ;
."JIarM' :UV'it"J"' on the fungicide container -
System of Interactive Guidance and Information :: .Ilt IJIII .. should be followed
that Dr. McFadden says the use of SIGI is .....canfllJly.'rbe .
a sophisticated computer .
both useful and enjoyable and allows a -- t fungicide should beJjorayed
allows a student or even an adult -
round peg (no one wants to be a squareone : on the area 10 that
his values and I ; (here is complete and even
to explore own capabilities anymore) to get into the right otherwise, thegreaalaay
and choose an occupation best groove. b be Injured and theasenot

suited to his personality and talents. *._" :s, ..- ..._ controlled.A .
What more can you ask? For a date :........ .YrieeMas ..-.: email amount of wetting/ -+nlt

SIGI is available at the new Starke with SIGI. just call 964-5382. If a man :=. ...... .agent. auoh aa* liquid deter

of the Santa Fe Communityi answers don't worry it'll probably> & h. .. rOe' gent. should be used In the
Center McFadden. ..... ......1 .spray to Insure complete
i College.located in quarters at Bradford Dr. I coverage of the grass foliage. :
...i.tk- the .. small areas .
/ .. n U best to spray
swtlaklt. fqe ...... byel ...... at a time to obtain uniform

i i. .. .RADfORD COG -t_ ...yapadsalite.e I 1 IK a coverage.Use; .
.T t_. .tI..............-. enough water to wet __ __
f a...... is the' grass thoroughly. Ten
V iltiliijrajil ::. ...... gaJ lens per t.ooo square feet Is
1 lJI usually sufficient!
N $ T -An application every 10 to
O o .. 14 days may be necessary to
C/ BOB G FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER -t keep the disease under Symbol of Spring
T/ON. Publishers dt'''.asa.Lla.ftnl'dank' a ceaArol.Do.
It sheW..b&a.i r
ftiMished each Thursday and entered M second On Matter at the Post Office at Starfci. la under ebs.te.alai I Immediately- not mow after applying the grass a Among the riot of early spring color now on display' In Klarhe, a show piece I I" the- 1

Asiuf Much 3. 1879, + al\ t.laalr.. fu alcW.. Slc! '"IrlfUrta r <"anK"">*l vendar cluster of flower In the backyard of Mr.;'and:\Ir.Hobble ."
Subscription+ rate in trade area: *7 per year:*4 rx months .... 8ha ...on Adi.In. Street. Spectacular sight, are on view In almost, every \ 'f.

Outside trade area $8 pet year: $4 60 us.months Starfce.Ba.I : 'lhem"r/fv 1.W'iwed v........ Caner come by if you have week a* all flowering tree and shrubbery burst Into slmmkaneou bloom. after ;(I.
(hisau Ot 4 6305! dlasar. Jr IMMW. SMM arc or problems. winter. :] r
ire .Jtoteh and Dollar Spot. ;>,. ". .:" ':',::',., .,.},I

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CIIUkIl OF 11V1na Worahlp} Servlceiu: .m. and along ..:wuPE bC'Idnl8hower for Mi 'I'rucny 11'111111) until lucMiay On the national competition: ,
School It GOlh Sunday 7 p..m. Prayer Meeting Kelly on Sunday afternoon at Monday toured the /. Coach Robert Paterson stated
Serviccs a.m, Worship Wednesday 7 p.m. the home of Mrs Earl Troxell, : U am. and ft ptn, SMYRNA MISSIONARY by Rlcabethlerry Games were ) and rhry' had an enjoyable trip, potential and that his perfor
"Prayer m Y'PI Meeting!: Wednesday. 7 BAPTIST" .*. Sunday School 10 I 1.. .:..,Zb. ...ilZi'___... !' 1 I .._,a Y,....,$1. ,.,' prizes won after which Minx' Mrs ('oralodit'8, of "mane will continue to
EVERGREEN'Ffiday a.m,WorhipvSerylcea II a.m Kelly opened her gift. Sb Macclenny and Mrs Alma Improve aa he look toward
BAPTIST: and 7 D4D BTS SU tiilh, Mrs. OJ." Sunday they visited their received: many lovely gifts Anclf i "spent" the weekend more competition: during the
Sunday Services: .* Prayer Meeting Wednesday! 7 : Columbus** other father MwHennUDyal.. Refreshments of cake and with their sihti'i- Mrs Heater next school year '
W orihrp .m. and! pm tojWhm, I Jihllndl H08pic.t; In Gainessvk1 punch were served1 Huks Work .la progressing en the
Player Training Union p.m. Mem :s i, "' remain e. r. Mrs. John Tve. Sr,. and ,Miss Lori( Shinn was a guest new portable classroorn unit.
Meeting Wednesday 7 PERSONALS: '; Mr and Mrlnrht, M.... John Tye. Jjr,. and of Millll Renee Williams of The unit i ill being constructedby :
,'rAtTH.m. Mr. and Mrs Russell Davis was ', Clayton and +' Maaieyand famHy...AC Hlgh-" children were Thursday Hampton Lake Thursday and the Bradford-Unkn ''
IL\PT1ST and Mr. and Mr*< Cecil' guest ) ') were land were,Sunday afternoon dinner guests of Mrs Pam Knduy night. They attended Vocational-,. c.rpentry.cia...
C1WacH: Radio program 011 Manning of TitusvlUe spent Hon h 23 dinner,, guests of their parent, Me.; Talley! .' and Chris: of Hut Strawberry Queen, under the direction of .Instructor
WPXE.t' ...... the weekend with t their Mrs'. and Mrs Lonnle Teston. .da' Jacksonville. I'uKeant on Saturday night : Dave Pflnnlger.
Schwa: 10 ..m. Worship mother Mrs Mandy Manning Mrs John Tye, Jr.:, and Billy Hamilton, Beth and and she was a Saturday overnight -
Services 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m, and will attend their of the': children JohnetUt. and John, Billy Jr. and Mr. Windy guest of Miss Irene LUNCH. MENU
Prayer Meeting Wednesday atrmBTBAPTHTCWJRCII Ted Mannings F brotheri : extended .to?; were Sunday dinner guest of Smith and dnught.... Wamvirlghj, or Starke. MONDAY: Hamburger on
6:30.p.an. Long Branch baptist Church, Mrs. and family, .,., he* parents. Mr. and Mrs, ,, Elizabeth, all of Jacksonville. Mr. and 1\lrt. Hermie Kelly bun,'lettuce, tomato, pickle.
at Maxville, on Mondayi : of their Jason Hilllard. of; were 'weekend guest or''twt visited' Mrs Carl I'rcvult andMrs. french fries, chocolate:
: Mr. Joyce huh and her Starling, Jacksonville./ parents Col. and wMrs_.. ... Truman Norman .on pudding milk: .
I' ,Sudy School: 945: am. 1,1+Mn. Joyce Futch. j/.n'v ,,
grandson, Steve' Futclt of i attended WilliamWilsonyltf1! Sunday afternoon TV ESDAYt,,.Spa Mtd with
Worship Service 11 a.m. and Starke, went to Blacluhear, land eons service at Grace Baptist on""? Mr and Mrs. Craig thrl""ell 'meat sauce klteese'tosred: ,
7:30 pra,Training Union 6:30 Ga. on Saturday to attend tobusiness Car Races Sunday morning with her son and children from ,plf'rleldBeach. !oil1100l.NEtS> : salad, peaches;trench. bread.milk ,
p.mPrayer Meeting and were dinner : onlt and tUughter-ln.law Mr. and'' spent 4 day! wlttrthffr ,Students: will be taking the :' '
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. guest of Mr. and Mr*. RayMattox Her. : .:, '-Mr*. Benton Futch. and parents, Mr. and Mrs Earl unnuul battery of achievement WEDNESDAYS> Chicken I
GRACE UNITED METIIO- and daughter, spent Thbmas, grandson' Steve Fulch of Troxell. tests next week. The with rice, turnip green, i!
DOTS Sunday School 9-45: Jennifer, and their mother, Sunday'' Starke. She was their dinner: Mrs. Earl Troxell. Mr1. Comprehensive; Text of Basic applesauce, cornbread butter \
..... Worship Services: a m. Mr*. Nancy Taylor Wood parents,. guest afterwards ', James Kelly and Mrs: John Mulls will be given to all peanut cup, milk. !
'and 7:90: p.m. Choir Practiceat Deepest Sympathyto6.the Moore. < Mr. ,Russell Line and, Clarke, of Jacksonville spent" students In Kindergarten THURSDAY Beef with ,
T' p.m, Methodist Youth Community I I. extended to and, Jacqueline of Sumter.t,S.C. :3 J days with Mm rinrk through the Seventh grade. gravy, mashed potato, ,
fellowship Wednesday at 7:30: Mr*. Mandy Manning and Mr. spent spent Wednesday to, Monday mother. Mrs. Elsie Pot" Lu\\otl'Y Elementary Is green lima' beans, pearhalves
.a.m..''. family due to the death of her and with her with her parent, Col....jmd. Scruggs at Canal Point' uxtrrmuly proud of Kicliard biscuits butter milk. !
MIQttLANB BAPtlSTs son Ted Manning on Crews: Mr. Mrs. William Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. W.F: Atwood Bad+lla's performance In the FRIDAY Turkey salad
Sunday School 10 am, Thursday. and Clayton and Mrs Davis Kelly;--Mrs.: Sr, and son Edward visited mile run at the (O'inridaUelaYII. sandwich potato chips,.
Worship Service 11 a m. and Miss Elizabeth Terry and were' ; were' 'Patricia Hayes, and Mrs-Earl their coUKlnn, the llymon Kithurd l finished 4th buttered corn, Baby Ruth
.. 6 pm, Prayer Meeting her sister, Mrs Joyce Futch, guests on 'Tl'OIIeU'were_. hostesses. for a family In Union Springs. Ala, In his 1.1.year old Age group in peaches, milk.
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. visited Mrs O.J. Phillips on and all of .HI' ,$
LAURA BATTIBTi Sunday Tuesday afternoon, and Mrs. O.J.. the Fair In- -- -----
School 10 am. Worship Carl Prevatt and her Mr. :N
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. daughter Mrs. Truman and son of Mr. ? 'j
Prayer Meeting! Wednesday at Norman on Friday afternoon. Kelly; McClellan: of Cacti d '1
7:30: p.m. Mrs. James Bowman Mrs. their Thursday' IYA PGo foil
NORTHflMte BAPTIST Gene Pearson, Mrs. FrankCamp Kelly his grand.. : re k. 1(.J
Sunday School 10 am, and Mrs. Joe Shuford, ; Mrs. Le.. ,!l
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Police Air D Falrfleld-and Mr. ,. 'ri
I ,Lawtey afternoon t.

Mrs. Fred l' /" Y'a' (Q1>l See is oa rA w PuA. ;, "t/,

Discontent In the Lawtey Mayor Rosier said he would ; W.O. Mathls p1.yqs ptpOf9 UP
Police Department was certainly bring the matter axle. of ,
brought to light Monday,April back to the council's attention Sunday / ', Mp1L EpNDSNYOO h N
'!. By Patrolman Danny lithe police department could of 'Mr, and s.7
Parmenler citing that he washtredferieaysa not come up with a workable be : -' '
week (note) solution.* will Landrum' \
and every other week-end off. In ,other City Council, Gainesville,
Parmenter maintained business, the council: I -
throughout the discussion with Discussed: putting weight plant ,guests, Sirs w s t ta1
Jhe. city council he was restrictions on the newly '" pt1 VO l 004/904-6060
premised this schedule and he paved city streets.The paving Starling t ,, t n :
',' did not appreciate. having it company advised street '1' wr A T R. Ratllff Manager
a, chairman Buster Bennett they \ '
of 5
their STARKE
Poke Chief M.M. Jordan, would not stand behind any selves Charles -" h warwituk. vtwgpigayrhpt n' StMOTOIPIiTl ,
'when asked for his side of the warranty on the asphalt unless ] .' ,On ,I adc %y 1SSW 'l
story maintained that he had signs are posted limiting they : :, :'"'".. ', I :;
never promised Parmenter ': : .. .4 ;f q' \\III-I! ..: :
? ,
;J"n' : A i 'i t' \
this schedule, but had Indicated BUARC To to Meet .I-_"' ","::,'1' ; ...... .. tot : V ,'.....>.'"*.. r ..'," .y ,r.. ,. ','. > "I>I"" '::'. ; 7 '1
, that parr. this could >ViI : t, ,, t.
be worked time. The Bradford Union Association purse; ,'. ._ I f, 1 ,1
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When Parmester pressed as for Retarded Citizens
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'u" to who called the -shots, the ((BUARC) will meet Tuesday : (
city council or Chief Jordan. night, April 11, at 7:30: p.m. at chain TA ;I a
". am elected by the City of Sunshine Acres on SR-16 west .
Lawtey and when I readyto of Starke Since Florso 'd ;: ,
change the shift Iwil, and Winner. of the BUARC> kas ,,,
t think they should" work the raffle at the county fair'' ward J4 riY say :
same shift 1 do. "
Saturday night were
Jordan further painted out Leggett, Starke woman's
.' when no one la on duty, he is '
j. "' automatically on call at all Cancer Crusade:; much sunshine ,
times, necessitating longer
\. working schedule Florida's 1978 Cancer, Crusade fund '
tile discussion, began recently, in -- ..
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discussion.Several times. during Patrolman the UGJ(E J urn .
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to his preferences, 6 days a 138 East Call St Starka ,
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a certain work schedule 3 it into electrical energy? ti ..(!, J Power Research
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try Parmenter"to.. work and Jordan things reluctantly out." ................................. ."",t'i '.J", kinds. of announcement; :'' .. s.- _,or. : .. the Department

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Ii I Wome 3j3pen-Chiirch League --,I McDonalds'" Goes Undefeated Through- Umpires Tourneyby .

Sylvia. Wheeler patrons 204.The homers were each, with McKinney driving /Super Pretzel of Gainesville. friend to ace AU are tfn..
I t. I Beginning at 9M: p.m. on beginning to reign supreme as In 2 runs, while Haas broughtone The Most Valuable Player couraged t to go by and Bee
D.mhseetl" 2tA"" '3kPl''''.,.'':J"rhe<:[' Merchants will have a base,and Cheryl Godwin, with Friday. MarcJ1': 31, three were collected by the run in. Out of 34 trips to award was awarded to a what this'team fought so hard
two week rest until their next a questionable bit but In !this McDonald' began a long, quarter-pounders. Assisting the plate McDonald's player from the Pretzel club, for-for themselves and their, <
The Dominoes mounted a game on AprU 17, when they case the runner won out. The hard fight to Win the Gainesville McKinney with home-run collected 16 nits for an aver- along with the home run sponsor.
2+-hit barrage to swamp Hope will meet Hope Baptist. The 16 errors collected by First UmpireSjAnniuU,Softball honors were Terry Har/U*and age of .444. Earl Findley, who McDonald regular pitcher -
Baptist 22-0 in the.first official Dominoes will play Monday Baptist were the factor In the Slow-Pitch r Tournament, Fred Wheeler, stroking one After battling out of the collected six homers for the Fred Wheeler, receivedan
game of women'. play April 10 against First Baptist game while SL Edwards got I going aU through the weekend and two RBI's respectively.: losers bracket Super Pretzel tourney. extra bonus when he won
Monday night ,.. Gold at 7:30.: St. Edwards will errors themsei es. undefeated.To The average for the team for took the field against two bats and a Spalding glove
Kathy Whitehead.went 4-. meet the First Baptist Blue on The final results of the lead the action Friday this game was an Impressive McDonald's who had been McDonald's hit a grand in a raffle at the sport,,
for-4 with two doubles Jo .leaoX April 10, at 8:49 p.m. scrimmage games played on night McDonald' met and3cUy .523, or 23 for 44 trips to the waiting for the losers' bracketto total of 17 homers this past complex. Buying two :90 cents
the Dominoes at.lhe plate, March 27, 28. 30, 31 for the demolished Another plate finish. The Pretzel men week-end and gathered tickets Just minutes before the)
Pitcher Cathy McAlpIno was .Ct.Edwards Zl-F.BapL Geld Women's Open Church Episode of Ocala with More Returning on Sunday after- tried to turn the game around team average of .914 or 110'' drawing Wheeler won when
I 3-foNJ Paula Reed and .1 League of softball were as of 21-3. Donald Wheeler noon at 12:30:: p.m.. to their way of doing things hits from 214 trip to the plate the daughter of Steve and,
.. Marian Walmsley,wets for follows: stroked two homers, back -to- McDonald's: met and beat but Mac: wouldn't cooperate. The first place trophy Is on Sheila Cox DeDe, drew out
4.Linda Lee.Cassandra Johnson / In. the time allotted for back: for 5 RBI's and DannyMcKlnney their "psychological" rivals, After trying to take the wind display at McDonald's, US-301 Wheeler's luck number
and Karen.Lunn were 2-..,. women's games SL Edwards ,o-la_ I'.First Baptist followed closely: the Gainesville Businessmen.The out of McDonald's sails with a South, for all the fans and from the x,
for-4. Made GrUfla 2-for3.,. stomped First Baptist Gold, with one homer and 4 RBI's. GB club quickly joinedthe hard-fought defensive game,
CarneU Williams a-for-2,. and Tuesday.. April 4; .In. the ore Taking! a j early lead Thursday McKlnney and Wheeler fought lower ranks by failing to a the Pretzels fell to a HO vic- Women's Tennis Team
Luana Mundorff 1-for-l. coed night of official play. the First Baptist women for the first place In the 14-7 victory for McDonald's.: tory for McDonald's. The
Getting Hope's three hits' ,,,,, .Collecting only 11 hits for St. Jumped on the Dominoes and batting average department Once again. Big Mao had the Macs collected 20 hits out of 37
were Cheryl Douglass, Mary Edwards and only two hits for led with an eight run lead. but both came out on top with smoking bats for a total of 4 trips to the elate, averaging Out play KeystorThe te
Lou. Redding and Mary the Gold team, the game was Choking off the Dominoes In three hits each after four tripsto homers Including one by .&41 for the I game of the
Horsey. filled with errors. the first Inning and allowing the plate or an average of 'J..L' Wheeler. Billy Joe tourney, McDonald's defense: lady tennis team edged Samons lost 9-8, Eire: Johns
j Going 2-for-4 at the plate for them only three hits. First .790 for the night The team hit (B.J.) Sanford one by held up to the test under the over Keystone Monday, 8-9 as won 8-3,1.Janet Godwin WOI2. \a,'
Merchants tt.F. Baptist St.Edwards for the game was Baptist also let the Dominoes an average of .629, or 25 hits Randall Thomas, one by leadership of pitcher; Steve their season nears the end. '
Diane Crews scoring three have three runs. The Domino from 40 trips to the plate. Johnny Powell. The team Cox who found the plate time The ladles have only one
The.Merchants banged out times. The only 2-for-3 was club burst forth In the middleof Sitting back until S p.m. on collected a .500 average for after time. Not to take anything more match, again with Keystone In doubles competition:
18 hits i..bombing First Bap-- Dawn Schoenig: Third base the second Sat.April I, McDonald's: tame the game by getting in hits away from the other next Monday, and then Michele Sapp and, Nancy
tilt Blue 22-2 Monday night In player. Jerri Lane, collected scared eight runs, make against Super Pretzel and from 38 trips to the plate. athletes on the club, short- the district tournaments begin Payne lost 2-8, followed by tbef
the first game of official two hits for two trips to the score: an It-. game dropped them into the losers' The only team left in the stop, Danny McKinney played Wednesday in Gainesville. 2-8 loss of Cindy Norman and
league play for both teams. plate with two walks and two favor. After scoring four runs bracket with a 4-3 victory for winners'bracket Matt-Loggs a tournament, partly on the Janice Jockel won 8-2,Merrl Melissa Winkler in the No.J,
Going 2-for-2 at the plate for RB!'.. The l-for-3 hitters for in the second Inning First McDonald's.: Danny Mc of Trenton became the next ground digging in the sand for Ormsbee won 8-4, Donna position.
the. Merchants were Faye the night were Donna Samona, Baptist literally folded up lot KinneY again led off with a victims or the slicing and lost balls, and also In the air :
Whitehead, Vicki Gaines with one walk, Maureen the evening. In the third bomber over the left center pounding of the burger-men. shooting down those high
Debbie. Broughton and Nan Santana. with one RBI and Inning the Dominoes took an fane and collected S of the 4 At 3 p.m. on Sunday April 2, balls. Average adjectives surpass -
Crews; going 2-for-4 were one sacrifice fly l-for-2 early eight run walk-aff, RBI's for the game. The team the Macs came against the the excellence wed by
Sheila Cox and Karen Powell hitters were Cecelia: Infante, ending the game at 8 p.m. with average was .320, after Log team and sawed them McKinney during the week
with a triple and a double. with two walks. Cathy Futch, a 19-8 vlctCJry.Mere'lIlIlb4. collecting only 8 hits after 25 down to size with a score of 12- end.The
Terry Powell and Linda White with two walks and two RBI's trips to the plate.After 9, with four more homers. It Sportsmanship, trophy
were l-for-2. Debbie Malone Denise Cissy, with two walks having to wait outseveral was Ricky Bennett's turn to had to be split two ways, be- St. Edwards Church Hall
Telia Mercer, Jan Powell ..ndMary and one RBI, Cathy Schoenig .SL Edwardr4. games, the burger- turn on the power switch and tween two fine teams Cedar
Felton were all l-for-3,; ,was 0-for-l but walked and men came to the plate againat by doing so, he stroked two Resort and Levy County BINGOEvery "
The next scheduled games) .;scared: Michelle Parker also The Catholic Church outhitthe 7 p.m.against Cedar Resort pile-drivers over the left field Bank Fifth place went to
are Tuesday. April 4, at 7:30':: walked three times and scored newly-formed Merchants of Cedar Key. The bats were fence: collecting 4 "rlbbles." Gainesville Businessmen, Saturday 8OQJP.M.; )
p.m., when the St. Edwards twice.) f Friday snagging six hits to cranked and ready for the Not to be outdone back came Fourth place went to Brooker, 411 N Temple Ave. Starke.'Fla\ :"
Catholic Church will meet the The only hits collected: by the Merchants: 4. In what was "Mac" men and they took Danny McKinney and Dale Third place went to MaltLogs. -
First Baptist Gold (older the Baptist Gold were a close: defensive game, each charm: by dropping the resort Haas, collecting one homer Second place went to .
women of the church) at Pratt awarded to, Ruth Reddick, team held its own and cane
Street Park. barely beating the ball to the tied .44.. t

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ended a week of four homers were hit for Waters fielder Bill Malone, with one .

Pine scrimmage Level Baptist games that Madison left crediting catcher. John each. FAI I R you

St. Baptist, First Baptist and feel l
Waters Bulldozing the victors. good
The schedule for the week
ahead shows Kingsley Lake
Baptist against Brooker at ,
7:30: p.m. Tuesday, and Pine EDg SaEE4 D gE tg It Iqg I
Level Baptist against Madison
Street Baptist that same nightat FLORIDA r
8:45: p.m.Friday '. SEAL TEST'
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went down to the skills of Your Favorites Here Now I /
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River's Madison 11 SL hits.Baptist II Hope Z1.! .. GREEN .AV.i'CABBAGE aAV GRAPEFRUIT V FLORIDASTR. +

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The second men's game ofthe tint .
evening saw'Madison J.; NAIiTY eaA/I2' PKQ. OF 12 lD/ e
Street walk away-with. 21-10 AZALEASNice tea
I victory after out-hitting Hope {'i .
14 hits to 12. 'GrabTe and B .he.-In Bud : ( RI39I !
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the Brooker Baptist Church by CYPRESS PLANT STAKESSupport ::. /1 "..2/1 s SL ? a {s l
never letting up on the club to*
and took a 24-9 victory over Tomato Plants-Small Trees& Shrubs1"X1" BAGS
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League teams meeting each COW MJUIiHiE

other, Waters Bulldozing and .
LWCI. Going five innings _ Composted a Weed Free PUNCH e VLASIC KOSHER ,IV'''Y. "",, "lc l J3
Waters walked over LWCI .
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"It was by far the best Next Tuesday. April UL BHS Hexes birdied No..6 to go one : II If
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round of golf I've ever Men will travel to St Augustine for under then ,booted tn* last r Strawter'7
five high school kids play a 3 p.m. match.: three holes to end Up two over. .
aid Coach Warney Adtinsonafter $ But his 38 was 11 strokes Warner KCent. y Arurutss
Palatka High shot a 2everpar BBS Wins.Pair better than his previous lUawben7lavtea.... :wpLf..+rR
; 141' In ,swamping the match. tile somber sea .ps.itle,8 .. ... a 136x ....
visiting Bradford High finks- Bradford Richard Gaines shot "
High golfersedged a 40. s total farBiQ '
men Tuesday afternoon. one stroke, 16M02."' by second low for the) day and r ,, M .":'IIIIIIt':..iI.. W-.t:
BUS was way back at 1M. Baker High ant' both teams birdied No.9 on the way Scott 9 (70-70)). Toes : '(10'n.stev. .
The BUS record dropped to 7- swamped St Augustine's 203 Roberta was a stroke back at t JIo I
.. Palatka was 16-2 after Um score: In a trl\-match on the 41 and Wade Winkler carded (78-741), Bee TwIIIIitIl+ ,,. 4 //Ie. .. a
match. Starke Golf and Country Club 43 ::1 74)1 .. ,. ... )
BUS got two wins Monday, course Monday .afternoon, Baker High golfer shot 38, / BBrrachott,. FaMfck. t.le.8otII
over Baker High and &, Aprils. 41, 41, 42. Zayati had Baker's r "VA Forney. fiilPalatka. .. ", ,
Augustine.Two Joey Herres. whose score 38. i I GaIna.,.... ........ _,
Palatkagotiers, Mark wouldn't have counted had not BUS had beaten Baker by a Gak>eSrML. plead Irwt1l:2
Blakewood and freshman Claire Turner and John three strokes in Macclenny. dowrf the._ }
Randall Mauldln shot 36's, Valinski) fallen ill, led BHS to St. Augustine Is coming backbiter U OttMTtnLnlsN.Qlabc :, q a.yr, ''t .
even par golf. Two others. the win with a two-over-par 38. dropping golf last year. .. ,,:") ": ,
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were one over at 37. The fifth! ,
Palatka golfer, whose score BHS Ladies Softball rsb Pee... rstone. j ." ;IW 4.,t clsR N .",'M. 'tlW*.IeiOeyfap 1
didn't courr shot a 38. -- -----,-- 'J" G; "' '" .--- '
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two over par and not having it Splits WeekThe 1178 Strawberry Invitational winner Berger Warner of Ocala ,receives the chsmplonsaly. ... ..........I "'" 0"\ 1 ,I. 'i,'. IN
count? Coach. Adkinson m/K/ Herb Herr.A&left Ie bird place finisher Tom Botacler 01 Qcala. .eed place ..... 'hR." _Jt t 4.1 :tt ...
asked. Lady Tornado Softball -.b 01 J.ebonvW.ief& euwrtska..Jesbsasa4ll ,, \"i.cjI.\' :;,
Coltrane. who was 2 for 3. the golf coarse bdefe the photo, :iN1" ==
Scott Roberta led Bradford'Hi team again split the week witha Marry tars Pe4alols. .' :'/ k... .f,
with a 2-over-par 38. loss to the Palatka Panthers ails 12-GUST .' u' Y::<.<< t. :. : '
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two bogles and seven pars. Hildn. win against Gainesville High _",, t *
Richard Gaines was a stroke The '''team faces Eastslde Monday 12-7, with fewer 3-run i..Id..parlt. week's play, Hartley .WAS, walked, and, stole second. .nl flewJseaMJlYRa .. : Ji t{ b :....
back of Roberts with a 39, 3- Monday, April 10 at home. In errors and more hits than home run by Jeffery Norman pleased, with Monday's ,win., Kenny Clark singled and ..". ......... ....... .,, f"Jt.o.rp '1'" J ;i' .tV-);
over-par. Joey Herres shot 42 their only game next week. earlier In the week. and run scoring: hits by Bill but was also pleased with the Kilby..went( to third on the hit. ........ IufbllrslNlS...... ...:W'..... Wf .i. ,': .. ...
and John Valinski Valinski BUS 12-Palalfca 20 Outhlttlng GUS 1&-9. the Goodge and Marcus Cruce: way his team came back to Bill poodge then delivered his ............ '$1' ...ma ,;r' \ [ .' ;;', '..-
had a 10 on a paM hole, then Improved hitting gave the Tornadoes stacked up only 'gave Bradford High base give St. Augustine ,some', run ,scprng: ( single, coring: Jka -..Jsohrparll4. ffJK-Wti. :; ..."S.t*; .. W.."iOJH ;
birdied the next two holes. ladies some points against three errors. bailers a five run uprising In competition: in the .second: Kilby. JL t4Mter.sblf4w !' *.I" $>.. ft Y"'j/. MIM A,
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Wade Winkler shot 45, Palatka Thursday, but didn't Sylvia Jenkens. Phyllis the fifth and lifted them 8-2 game of the double J header*. Jeffery Norman then hit a'' Jha. Darcy.aae5eaaa. ( l :) 1' r.... &;'SSSTimiiiiAf ..
his score didn't count. give them the win, as the Sharpe Terri Parrish, Dora Monday over Santa Fe forthetreecondwinoftheseason. The Bits season mark is 2-11: fly ball over the head of the ........ : ; 1.. r,i,!%e' i "
tough carded a 43 and game ended with the Panthers Triest and Frances Coltrane The Tornado nine scored all. left fielder for a 3-run Insideth..rk ..of.ssirAllr; f4:,'' r1 .\ ; ..' t1tlgR' wD1May
Turner 45 In a quail- ahead 2612.Palalka were leading hitters, all 2 for 4 BHS lost both ends of a five of its fifth Inning runs.* .. home run, Clark and ,mir'L':* ',''"'.., '
Their scores will outhlt the ladies 19- at the plate.C4J1trane double header in St Augustine against Santa Fe with two out. Goodge scoring ahead of him. amlim : ..
place them In the top five forpie IS,and only made three errors hit a two-run last Thursday, March 30, the Catcher Keith Northrup led "i SSSff\ ,
match here Friday, AprilI compared to the Tornadoes 11. homer In the first Inning, and first 10-0 and the second 8In with a single but was doubled ( ,..t: _:., ;. : ;:
p.m. against Live Oak. BUS Leading hitters for the team Betty Hudson hit a grand- nine innings off first when pitcher Kevin, The.,fifth run of fifth Inning'' ,a.t.-.1 \" #& ::: .- .w '.
will host Orange Park here Included Sylvia Jenkens who slam four-run homer .In the "We're Improving," Coach Tillman lined to second: base.. rally ame.J when* Doug s'Bfilsr'. '. !''f.",r: ..f3:;>fe*"JkL'' ,'.|W J
Monday, April 10, at 3 p.m. was 3 for 4, and Frances fourth Inning. Milo Hartley said aft- the With two out Dinky Kilby Reddish walked,stole second, ..IMaes IrISar _&> ii) 'r+'4A.:#''Xsgj''(, lfeS iH S"AT'1r ,
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by Dolores Men| ;'j'Jl'!
Phone MSlfllSCommunity April 10-8 p.m. at the fire bougatnvailea, bridal wreath, Palm and Martha MeecV HAMPTON LAKE NEWS
j Action house. (They deserve your Easter lilies and wisteria In Venice, Fla. : Joe Oliver has returned r
Mrs.Susie Lott has Initiated help!> abundance around there. M.... Royce Joyner and home from the Gainesville
a drive to assist the Russell City Council: Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs Harold sons'; Jimmy and Gene, D.J. Veterans Hospital. tai t aw ri'
Sherwin family. She Is April 11-7:30: p.m.-Clty: Hall. Rhoden celebrated! their 24th 11 Rlddlck and IKandy Young Dolly Simpson la glad to be
accepting food and money Wedding Anniversary on April visited St. Afigustine\ last home from her recent i.
donations for the benefit of U.S.SERVICE 3' week, sightseeing, all around hospitalizatlon at North
this family and can! be Wayne Khoden, son of Mr. The family of Mr. and Mrs. town. Florida Regional Hospital.
reached at 4681197. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rhoden left Ricky Moaely celebrated! the Mrs.Amie Williams and Joy Her bouse guests, Darrell
Sherwin remains hospitalized on April 2 via Eastern Air first birthday of (heir visited r Alva Kauffman in Perkins and Jim Taylor from
In Fayetteville,' N.C.. where Lines for active! duty with the daughter, April Renee, on Fernandina Beach on New Philadelphia Ohio,
he was seriously Injured In a National Guard at Fort April 3.Jerry. Wednesday. They enjoyed caught! an 8-Mi Ib. bass beside
truck accident about three Jackson.! S.C. lie will be Wadsworth participated shopping there before returning others In the lake so she and w
weeks ago. Mrs. Sherwin Is stationed there until his In the Strawberry home on Thursday George enjoy that fresh fish.
still at the hospital with her scheduled transfer on May Gold Tournament at the Deborah Linn McCulloughfrom Mr. and Mrs. Paul Frleae.
husband. Her address Is Cape' 26th to the U.S. quartermaster Starke Golf and Country Club Raiford was a guest In Sandy and Glenn, moved Into
Fear Valley Hospital, Owen School at Fort Lee, on April I and 2. He came! out the home of her grandparents, their lovely new two story Arts and Crafts Sweepstakes Winner,
Drive, Fayetteville, N.C. Va. 14th in his night of some 40 Mr. and Mrs. Lester home during the past week- :
28301.Assistants CONDOLENCE contestants.! Jerry and McCullough, over the'spring and enjoy all that room!
to the Hampton Sympathy Is extended\ the Margaret enjoyed the banquetat holidays.She enjoyed the visit Happy Birthday to Annette Nancy Harris won the sweepstakes ribbon In tti.Ywtth MvWon. o the. Art and Crafts Know ul
her father and Bauldree who the Bradford County Fair last week with Into Oriental. fMan, made with craft straw of various
Area Volunteer Fire Department family of Oliva Charron from the Club on Saturday with them, Zina was 18 on April
are making preparations Orange Lake who died last evening. Beth. She the 5! colon. It look about 80 hours of work says the BaMwhs IMfth< School.. !graduate who now live with
for a Fish Fry scheduled week at Shands Hospital. The Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall Bradford enjoyed also. Mrs. Paul. Meng. Phyllis Mr. and Mrs. Russell McRae en Griffin ..... Her m.4JMr In Mrs. Jwanlla Harris (Editor's Notet
on April 23 at 5 p.m. at the fire Charron family resided at the hosted about 20 people for Her father treated her to pizzaon and Kasey McClure! took her The Telegraph was unable to locate Miss Harris .Ul weep. bet we U appreciate theefforts .f those
house. You can help by home now occupied by the Easter dinner and for week- Friday. Sunday they had daughter-in-law Mrs. Betsy who helped us .locate the young lady this week)
donating baked beans, Benckowsky: family before end guests at their home breakfast at McDonald's, then Meng. back to St. Petersburgon
cabbage slaw or cake for this moving to Orange Lake.CONGRATULATION'S. Including Mr. and Mrs. John went on for a day at the Zoo., Thursday after a week's Exhibit in Gainesville
event; also come by and eat Hall and daughters from ... visit. Bradford Student Artists
the fresh fish fried by experts! Atlanta Mr and Mrs. Robert FAIR AWARDS The Lysle Williams family
Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan at 468- Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins Burns and sons of) Gainesville.Mr Mrs. Joan Mowry was enjoyed some time at Six Gun Bradford County student From Brooker Elementary stltchery! and charcoal
1152 and Mrs. Josephine celebrated their 52nd Wedding and Mrs. John White of awarded blue ribbons at Territory during Easter week. artist exhibited work at the Lyn Hill exhibited a collage! drawing; Wendall Thompsonand
J Fontaine at 468.1156 will be Anniversary on April 2 by Gainesville Jim Shaw from Bradford County Fair for her Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Rowe of Spring Arts Festival held In and Michelle Polk showed a Chuck Williams string-
I I anxiously awaiting your calls having a nice dinner In Jacksonville) and Mrs. Donna entries of a boy's shirt girl's Muncie. Indiana, have Gainesville Saturday and chalk art designs; Dottie Wllklson.
for donations! 1'alatka and visiting relatives H. Crawford and family of blouse and skirt Ladies' skirt\ returned home after a long Sunday, April 1-2. and each Serena drawing.Williams of Lawtey Amy Starling. !Mark Gee. and
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Stevens !seven. All enjoyed that and dress and a red ribbon fora visit with Mrs. Mary Over- received a participation Elementary displayed a Stanley Hamilton watercolor
MEETINGS there. They were especially delicious dinner prepared by two piece dress. holser. ribbon. and a wateroolor ; Angle Higgcn-
grateful this also Donna Donna Mowry won blue Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meng crayon paintings
Senior Citizens: Friday since was Lillian Margaret. Representing Starke Elementary painting. botham. weaving: Sticky
pm.-City Hall the third anniversary of Mrs. Faye and Beverly! ribbons for a Macrame! plant and Angela visited Mr. and School were Cynthia Bradford Middle School students Sullivan. Robert Carver and
f/ways a good relaxing time Adkins' successful heart Mr. and Mrs. At Mouser and holder macrame wall Mrs. Wesley Smith Jason and Parado and Stacey! Reddish and their exhibits were: Willie Strong stitcheries:
for all who attend! surgery! The trip was very rewarding Mrs. Claude llouser of hanging a blouse and a cake: Justin. In St. Augustine last who displayed drawings. Tracey McCree.! charcoal: : Tina Best, watercolor
Hampton Area VolunteerFire with all the lovely Flatrock. Alabama visited and a white ribbon for a. wall Sunday.Mr. Tammie Patterson and painting and stitchery.; and
Department: Monday, flowering azaleas dogwood Mr. and Mrs George Williamsand hanging. and Mrs. Francis Meng Theresa McCollum! of South- drawing: Karen Thorpe, Willie Arnold. Ink painting.
-- '"' Mr and Mrs. William Doll Waters received blue visited Mrs Don Wiggins side Elementary displayed charcoal drawing and string-
.- the weekend ribbons for a sundress formerly of Waldo at New while David William
Maxwell over drawings art,design; Laura Oehler. Bradford High School students
--i:: Mrs. James Meece and macrame owl hanging Smyrna Beach! on March 28. exhibited crayon batik. and their exhibits were'Michelle :
Arncth spent Easter week macrame hanging plant

with Mr and Mrs. Chuck I pound holder cake needlepoint; a red ribbon picture! for, Middle High Scl fool Choruses To Present Concertp.m. ,painting Gullion.tempera watercolor painting
and Martin Slocum
..Y".n. corn: canned muffins;pickles white ribbonsfor and a The Bradford High and In the BUS auditorium.The The high school chorus will and Gail Khoden. drawings! :
sketch of plants. Bradford Middle School middle school chorus is do a medley from the movie' Joey'Riggs. pen and Ink car
I 'f Waters blue choruses will present a concert comprised of 95 sixth through "That's Entertainment" with toon series: Tammy Green.
I.I I.I I.I I.I Lynn won grade students Their choregraphy. The Bradford Lorle Salazar, Denise Aston.
ribbons for a sundress Saturday. April 8, at 8 eighth : \
macrame bird cage needlepoint repertoire said concert! director Pop Ensemble will Karen Williams. Randy
III Bill McRae'consists primarily three numbers Young and Kathy Griffin
PRICES CHOPP24l40 D I an embroidered strawberry picture windmill Bogus BilkTurning of Broadway show ever popular "Boogie Woogie" paintings; Sherrie McRee.
also fig tunes. Bugle Boy from Company B. painting paper mache' relief
picture; preserves;
I I said McRae. sculptures; Belinda Silcox.
i red ribbons for plum Up
serves and canned! string pre The advanced high'school All the groups will be .drawing and paper mache1 relief
v beans and a white ribbon for group will perform two accompanied by Miss Cindy .sculpture: WIlliam
I canned Bradford County Sheriff numbers they performed at Canova. Cooper two drawings and one
3 Bedroom Furnished Carpet I Kim Buhler pickles.was awarded a businesses warned area district competition! and Admission to the Saturday painting: Mike Mallory, Eric
to take closer marks concert will be$1.25 for adults Hamilton and
rz blue ribbon for her macrame: a received very high Troy Ely. paper
8850 double hanger. look at money recleved after a added McRae.Registration. and 75 cents for students. mache relief sculptures. '
plant second altered $.L bill turnedup
Jan Kimberly received! a
24x70 Largest blue ribbon for her macrame Someone this week.had clipped off the SFCC Sets Registration And Testing! April 10-13 .

4 Bedroom 2 Bath Selectionof hanging.Kim Kimberly won a blue ends of a $2U bill and pastedthe
Furnished A Fully Carpeted ribbon for her macrame! ends over the $1 numeralson In Starke for Term are .May 1st through In the summer or fall should!
toothpaste and toothbrush the ends of a $1 bill, using the Spring Term at Santa Fe June 20th. plan to take the tests, said coordinator :
14,895 holder. clear plastic tape. The alteration Community College is There will also be .an Dr. Bernie
Panelingin Darla Roberts received a can! be spotted if looked at scheduled for this Monday, evening registration period McFadden. .
24x60 red ribbon for blueberry closely but the bills are Tuesday and Wednesday for Starke classes only frem 6 Those who take it here, do
muffins and a white ribbon for probably passed when stores (April 10. 11 and 12) ,from 8 to 8 p.m., Thursday April 13. not have to keep the appoint
3 Bedroom 2 Bath poster drawing of flowers are busy said deputies. Both am. till 1:30: p.m. The veterans advisor will also ment calling for them to take
Fully Carpeted
Miles! Debbie Roberts was bills were passed at con be available Thursday night. the test at the Gainesville
Furnished $12,350 awarded blue ribbons for her venience stores. To register for all Santa Fe campus said McFadden.The .
Come in and see for your. macrame owl wall hanging courses! go to the Santa Fe Santa Fe Community assessment program
24x60 self. More species more and for pound cake! and a red Party PltUltlfJdSa'urflay' Office located in Bradford College will be administering takes about two hours and the
colors more sizes, more ribbon for decoupage! ante County High School No testing for new students April results do not effect student
I 3 Bedroom Bath Shingle Pool l lope. appointment is necessary for' 10 at 9:30 a.m. at the Bradford admission to the college. For
I Wood Siding- Circle Kitchen brands more styles Com "blue Night Bradford .County residents igh School campus Information call 964-5382 or
I Furnished & Carpet (I pare the kind of help do. ribbons Jimmy, .for Joyner, .hs( .. won, 'Uve .' .' OJ who register S1 rice'4' "' .A11'1 .students, planning' 'tolSF' .,.stop by the Santa F*office In

$15,995 'place Kt-yoursellen toot If.>gel, at want our- 'pigeons. twos"fc,.*I' For1 Howard DunnArea (,,1.he .aa J.g ___ _' ::fq,nib lo _.. .ilrrtprtte_ .. '._ fiH.the high I schpo e< dad:y.;
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Gene steer went
Large Selection Of 12 & 14 WidesTo "The Answers" on panel- for $127 Joyner's per pound to the more on PARKING, PEDDLING (It'rom.PajCe. II
Ing talk to us. We can manager of Wishbone Chicken voters are Invited to
Choose From, $5780Starke "talk back" with good and Fat Boy's Bar-B-Que attend an appreciation party "Parking is dangerous on here and we want it to stay posting no parking signs on
names you know like for Howard Dunn, Republican! that side (east side of US-30t) that way..' either side 'of the street
'crJI'\ Home, HEARTATTACK candidate for the Florida lust like it is on this side. Also Morris Carter, Jr!, added Although obtaining a traffic
Dexter Roberts suffered a House of Representatives, not right for a full-fledged "People hear about our light is quite difficult Of not
A heart attack at his home 25th District, Saturday nightat market to be across the street berries from all over and keep Impossible). Mayor Rosier
Center recently. He is a patient at the 7:30: p.m. at the Keystone with no electricity or taxes or coming through buying every offered to con tact the engineer
Wey.rh..u..rVAUCHNJOONSON Jacksonville Naval Hospital.Mr. Heights Lions Club. anything and I have to pay Then if they get some at the Department of Trans
Roberts, although retired. Dunn a retired Marine taxes and everything else. junk that isn't grown here or portation about the light, in
1650 N. Temple Starke, Fla. 964.8741 likes to be busy; so we wish Corps colonel resides on Selling strawberries is one taken care of, they go back addition to explaining the
ALL HOMES BUILT TO H U.0. SPECS and UC APPROVED s. TN.,.. $4.3trl. him a speedy recovery Spring Lake near Keystoneand thing, but the parking busi- home and say. 'hey. 1 ve been hardship the no parking signs
l. is making his first bid in ness is the main thing that buying berries in Lawtey for' have on business.The .
U4-J71I local I politics. District 25 bothers me," Danny Waters years, but It's no goad: anymore City Council briefly discussed -
includes:\ all .of' Clay and responded when Mayor Rosier !!' 'That hurts us when enacting an ordinanceso
Bradford Counties and the asked his opinion of peddlersand people sell bad st.fI"! the City would have some
". ,: area north of St. Augustine in parking. control over vendors in the
:' 'P.. >,. ": .t', St. Johns County. lie is Councilman Wayne Massey city! limits. This would
seeking the seat now held by quipped. "I think yew could eventually lead td getting
Hep. Frank Williams, Democrat Frank Sutton added !'I limit.lt (a city: ordinance for back Into city occupational
of Crystal Lake. have no objections to anyone fruit stand) to 'berries' licenses. This matter will W
Hosts for Saturday party selling within reason but not maters, and 'taters!" explored in the future to
( are Mr. and Mrs. Hill scrap junk that has set out in All agreed thai a traffic decide whether this would be
r. Brannon, Mr and Mrs. Jim the sun all day and stuff thatis light at the intersection: would feasible before next strawberry .
c .. Chesslngton. Mr. and Mrs. not grown focally. People completely solve the visibility season '
M. Ray Starnes and Mr. and think they are buying berries problem for both sides, therefore -
'...i:: '" '' Mrs. Paul Stelnmetz. from Lawtey, when they buy eliminating the need for LEGALIN



CASE NO.: 7867.
we had storage In 19761 held com and TOWN DATE TIME PUCE' .RE: The Marriage of.:PIN '

on the farm son and I soybeans in and sold .. ,
my storage
4-15 8:30-9:30 Nat WILLIAM ROBERT LAMSON,
HAMPTON : : City
were loading four trucks a after September.day Husband/" Petitonm'r; ,

with one combine. .r. By doing so we made and tr 1 ''">:**f".:/ '

Now we can handle 10 to .. ;t-, around $19,000 more than _, STARKE 4-15 9:45-12:45: : Bradford Sfearc NELDA BEE WALKER

12 truckloads 'cia would have. LAMSON, ,'"
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The reason I had the ; I believe in on'the'farm 't' LAWTEY 4-15 1:30: -3:30: City Hari NOTICE OF ACTION '

Fanners Mutual) j
Exchange _.! storage.
put the bins up is twofold.l I started with storage. ., LAMSON TO: NELDA Wifel REE RespondBnt.WALKER

First, it means almost rJIn- Hiker., t capacity of 17,000 bushels; '.,.1: Georgia P.O. Box, 31750 306(,Last Fitzgerald Known,

no equipment downtime ll'IJ; I Ki-l, rMX |Mtrun/director. now that's been increased ,; Rabies Shots Given ,At Address)
c.1I1II1I.1: ,, l M1rgra"' ; I, '
at harvest. to over 100,000 bushels!' =: YOU ARE NOTIFIED' that a

The combines keep ,GI.. .'n,,u'-:1. : Does on*farm storage j !:I i Special Clinic Prices. PMItlon rVhrriaga, has for been Dissolution filed against of

running because our r. i':' d make sense for you? Talk it f''' '1' serve you and a copy you of are your required written doforaa to.

; trucks aren't off some over with aGold Kist FMX *. If any to the Petitioner
Feline Distemper Vaccination For Cats & or "Petitioner's"" attorney. Thomas
k l where unload farm ; A. Daniel .
waiting to a .. supply specialist. :" Florida Legal Ser-

at an elevator It could be one of the I. p" DI-IL (Distemper Hepatitis, And Lepto )) dose S.w. 34th Inc., Prison Street Project Gainesville 2614,

Florida 32606 on or before May
: .AThat's the: biggest ; most profitable courses you "J *rv 1978 and tile -the original
For Also
> : Available At
Dogs Clinic
'i ; Special Prices. wtth the Clerk of
: reason for investing in on'farm I ever took in home economics. : ,L': either before service this on Court Path.

storage. ,' ,, Gold Kist. ttoner's attorney or Immediately

y ..Next, with.on-farm Tlllman Swllley. Good things >for fIa i,'". Sponsored By ,.\will tharaeftar be entered; otherwise against a you default for
tha relief
demanded In the Peti
: storage I can market when General Manager the farm and r. ban .

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want to. from the farm.
964-7871 .. .
Starke, Phone
Bradford County Health Departmtet t 197&O
FARMERS MUTUAL EXCHANGE -k of the Circuit Court
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i won! Reserve Champion honors and the hog was purchased for Burnsed. Roger Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dobbs of 'I I
a $1.71 per pound by Plggly-Wlggly of Starke. With Robert at the Starke.

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,. Eight-year ,old Priscilla Welch of Brooker and her pig. Otto, lawyers'. group, $15 ACB; O'Steen & Son, 2 cents per pound or i
r' took top honors the annual swine chow and sale sponsored by approximately$200; Andrews Drugs,$5 ACB; Jimmy Brown. $S I
the Bradford-Union Swine Association as part of the 28th Brad- ACB for Union hogs only; Register LP Gas $2 ACB, Union
(P ''tYw M 1 ford County Fair. County Florida Farm Bureau. $5 ACB for Union animals only. j
"I 1 was attached to him very much," Prlscllle said Otto was Sam Johns,Lake Butler, $'I*for Union pigs only.. ,
the first pig the Brooker 4-H'er has raised to show. He was J.D. Odom of Starke Sportsman's World added-on $3 to
named alter one of her grandfathers, as is the Welch farm, single In the fair, Including each steer, pig, chicken and rabbit every,
called Otto Welch's Farm. Priscilla is the daughter of Mr. and or aDDroximatelv S500
Mrs. Donald Welch of Brooker. The family recently moved to Association President Balkcom said Starke bidders rallied to
Bradford County from Union. support the swine sale this year. Heexpressedspecial apprecia--
Prlcllla Welch Brooker 4-H Club member, and her grand hog sold for $2.M per pound, or$396.48. to Roberts.Cash Feed of Priscilla's older sister, Robin, also showed a pig as a memberof tion to attorney Jesse Wolbert and the Community State Bank's
champion Hampshire cross hog poses with Prlcllla's parents, Lake Butler. the Union High FFA chapter. Steve Gay for taking charge to sell the pigs. Both showed hogs in
Mr. and Mrs. Donald,Welch of Brooker. The grand champion Priscilla received $2.56 per pound for Otto, a total of $596.48, their student days.
for the 233 pound grand champion Hampshire. There were'24 4-H members showing hogs and 19 FFA
Roger Dobbs, a member of the Green Acres 4-H club, showed members. Union County had 23 students in the show Bradford
the reserve champion pig, a 232 pound Yorkshire Hampshire 20. Unionhadl04-H'ersandl3FFA'ers, Bradford. had 14 4.H'ers
cross which sold for$1,75 per pound, or 1406. Dobbs is the son otMr and S FFA'ers.
.and Mrs. Robert Dobbs of Bradford County. The Dobbs liveson Most of the 42 hogs In the show, the largest number to date,
SK-100 West of Starke, came from Bradford and Union counties, according to Swine '
1FG ; The 42 pigs sold for a total of $9,266, including $3,323 in add Association President James Balkcom. Balkcom, Is already
ons' addiiions.to, the bid price by persons other than the buyer. thinking of ways to limit the number of entries In next year*
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Chamber of Commerce$a'acroM the board (ACB or $310; Limiting weight to 234 poundrf; which wouldhave kept eight of" 'iiiiji .HV'W <,
Lake Butler Farm Center f 10 ACB; Coastal Oil. .110 total; Pine the 42 pigs 'in the show out. would be effective,Balkcom feels f
,Air Farms$$ACB, Wishbone Fried Chicken of Starke and Lake Sellings the blue ribbon pigs in one lot at one time and the red
Butler, $5 ACB; Spires IGA Grocery $3 ACB; Gerald GrUBs ribbon hogs In another lot would speed up the sale, Balkcom
Construction Starke; IS ACB; Felton Smith; Union Sheriff says. These are Ideas which the Swine Association will be die
John Whitehead,$5 ACB for Union hogs only; a Bradford County cussing shortly as plans are made forthe 1979 Show and sale.

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Mrs. Donald Welch of Brooker got $234.6.0or this 230, pound Worthington Springs, got '2<11.13 for this Yorkshire bought by
Yorkshire cross bought by Pine Air Farms'J.M. Howard. C.R. Self It Sons. Nannette Is the daughter' of Mr and Mrs.
James R. Stalnaker. of Worthington Springs.

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chased by Howard and Klherd Construction Co. of Lake Butler. 224 pound Hampshire cross from buyer Glen Howard of Lake
Buyer Shands Howard shown with Randy.Green-Acres 4-H Butler. Penny Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James K. Stal-
member and son of Mr.and Mrs.James Balkcom.Bobby naker of Worthington Springs.

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Photos By R.P.McLendou Phi 964-8576 Crosby. Jr.. Union FFA member got $113 for this its 8haws Hart Lawtey 4-H Club member goo $IM.M for this IMpound "
pound Yorkshire pig bought by Dock Seay Saw Shop of EUrke. Hampshire cross bought by Holiday.Gulf of Starke by
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203 pound Hampshire crass purchased hy 8eaay' Real Pit BarBQ pound Yorkshire purchased by the Starke legal firm' of Pierce pound Yorkshire purchased by Lowell Parrlsh of Lake Butler. pound Yorkshire cross shown by Dan Davis and purchased for
of Lake Butter. MtckMl to the MM e/ Mr; and Mr. Ervln and Hardy Attorney George Pierce I la shown.Kevin li the ton of Williams Is the -son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter William of the Farmer and Dealer Bank of Lake Butler by Shand
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pound Duroc purchased for Flarhta.. Farm BWMH by D.M. Hale 233 pound Duroc purchased for Howard' Auto Part of Lake pound Yorkshire cross from Walter Williams of Worthington this 209 pound Yorkshire purchased by Glenn (Howard of Lake
of Lake Butler. Terrl Is I the daughter Mr: and Mr*. Jack Butler by Freddie Floyd. Springs. ,,Butler.Thomas Is the son of Mrs. France Thomas of Worthington -
Tuggle of Lake Butler. Springs

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this 192 pound Yorkshire purchased. by Larry Thigpen for Copeland 221 pound Hampshire cross purchased by Jesse Wolbert. left, Hampshire cross from Georgia A Florida Poultry. Ken Is this 2011 pound Yorkshire from Farmer's and Dealer's Bank of
Sausage.The pig was......I by Jamie WHUams. and J.T. Parrlsh. Amy I I. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emory the son of Mr. and Mr*. Leamon Clyatt.it'. Lake Butler. Buyer Is Bank President Paul Rlherd. Patricia Is
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pound Y.rkablre *..?!! *:* ".."** *.*.*... .. Lake Butler. for this 212 pound Hampshire cross from buyer Larry Thigpen of pound Hampshire cross purchased by Mark Adklns for A4K 20C pound Yorkshire hog from the Florida Bank at Starke.
/ ; Freddie Floyd to the bjtyer., Maw to the, ... rf Mr. and Mrs. Copeland Sausage. Regina .to the eaughtr of Mrs. Frances Feed Store of Starke. Belinda Is the daughter of Mr and J Mrs.. :Buyer was bank President J.E.Tomllnion. Howard I II the son of
Royce Slaw W Lake .. Thomas of Worthtegton Sfrktgs. Billy Melson of Laura Church Road. Bradford County. Mr. and Mrs Thomas Howard of Lawtey.va .


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Community State Bank. Starke; Sieve 2<3 pound Yorkshire from buyer Zed Hamilton of Brooker. Nora pound Yorkshire from
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Community State Bank of Starke. Steve Gay 262 pound Duroc: from buyers! Arthur Gasklns and George Yorkshire from Florida Pest Control Crawford,
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Yorkshire from National Protein of Hampton. Slarke! attorney pound Duroc.: Buyer was the Bradford-Union Swine Association pound Yorkshire from Moonlight' Enterprises; buyer. Homer her 244 pound Yorkshire purchased by Sheriff Dolph Reddish!'
Jesse Wolbert la shown with the pig. Howard Is the. son of Mr. represented by Emory Black; .and. James Balkcom. Lori Is the Hart.Johns Is theson of Mr and Mrs.Fred Johns of Starke. left and Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvares.:above. Evelyn l 181 i
and Mrs. Thomas Howard of Lawtey. daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Jack, .. Lake Butler."
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Bound Yorkshire from local horse farm owner aDd attorney pound Yorkshire from''Moonll Enterprise!' buyers Homer Community State Bank of Starke for this. 224 pound Hampshire'cross chased by Davis Trucking Co. Arthur, .'Union. :County FFA.
Gene Shaw Mrs. Betty Lou Sh.was the buyer. Cniee la the Hart. Us U the daughter of Mr;and Mrs Nelson Pnffenbargerof bought by the bank' Steve Gay. James Is the'son of Mr. member.Is the Ion of Mr.and Mr.Albert Andrewe.n v" '
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I Drew "Andrews. Bradford .4-H'er. received $2.7
grand champion steer purchased by Gordon-Thompson hI.M
I Above Andrews Is presented his rosette ribbon and grand
Chevrolet. of Jacksonville represented by Stephen Kelly who ; '
champion trophy .Bradford-Union Cattlemen's Association }., t ,-'.'
I' grew up on a farm In Brooker. The grand champion brought
'I."per pound and weighed 1.101 pounds. Andrews Is the son of President Morris Brown Jr. at the steer show Friday night. ; a u',:Ni Nye r"t

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Drew Andrews got chased by Gordon Thompson That's his sideline, Drew says. ville Livestock Market, E.M. ..,.;..
2.740 for his Limousine steer Chevrolet of Jacksonville by Drew is the son of Mr. and Lewis Lake Butler Farm '
Judged grand champion: of the representative Stephen Kelly Mrs. Wilbur Andrews of New Center O'Stcen and Son Brian Whitehead Bradford 4-H'er. showed the reserve reserve champ sold for '..182.72. Whitehead Is the son of Mr. r ';
6th annual Bradford Union 4- who grew up In the Brookerarea. River. The Andrews' farm of Pierce and Hardy RegisterOil 1.V52 pound Angus-Llmoaslne cross which: brought and Mrs. James Whitehead of Lester Johns Road In Bradford ,.. ;3
Hand FFA Steer Show and 400 acres is in Bradford and Rosier Gardens Walter champion 1.11 pound. The reserve champion steer was purchased by County The award was presented by Ray Norman vicer'
Sale run Friday and SaturdayIn Reserve champion steer Union Counties. Hyams The Rancher, Inc., Farmers per and Dealers Bank of Lake Butler represented by president of the Cattleman's Association
conjunction with the Bradford shown by Brian Whitehead. Individuals add-on to the Stump's Dept. Store. Sawyer- the Bank President ard Mrs. Paul Rlherd. With .dd_.. then
County Fair son of. Mr. and Mrs. James ring bids were W.E. Andrews Slade Gas Surshlne Electric .
"It was the best sale we've Whitehead who lives on the A.E. Crawford. Howard Auto Plumbing. Starke Print Shop
ever had." said Cattleman's Lester Johns Road in west Parts Pine Air Farms. Hobo TG&Y Family Store Ter-
Association vice-president Bradford County sold for Tractor Sam Johns Walter willegar Realty Union County ',
Ray norman of the sale total $1.11 per pound. The 1,052 Williams J.L Alavarez.Archer.TaMerFuneral Farm Bureau Union County Photos R.P. McLendon .,il.
of 42527. Including add-ons. Limousine steer brought a School Board. Wishbone Fried ,1 "
Per pound average including; total of $1,982, including add Home Bradford Union Swine Chicken. Donnar Worrell Ph: 964-8576 ;y
add-ons, was $1.66. The average Association Baldwin D.W. Whiffen. J.B. White-
across-the-board add-on ons.The grand champion was an Chevrolet Olds Blalock Meat head. Jesse Wolbert. .
was $400. Average ring price eight-month project for Drew Market Bradford County Z ZA
'was 11.04 per pound. The sale Andrews. As did each entrant. Farm Bureau. Bradford Adding on for Union
was supported strongly by Drew has responsibility for Union Cattleman's County steers only were '-
both Bradford and Union feeding dally, cleaning the Association," Chamber of 'Jimmy Brown Gerald Dukes,; +.'rw Yr dyfilr' ,.
Countlc. Norman s.ald. stall and walking the animal. Commerce. City of Starke i Jack's Welding NAPA Port; iArWat
The 25 entries weighed a Asked If became attached to Commissioners. Columbia Felton Smith Spires IGA ; !
total of 29,673 pounds. Jeremiah the Brooker 4-H'er Livestock Market. W.D. Grocery John Whitehead.
Average weight per steer was said: Crawford Denmark _
Ip27pounds. "Kinda. but you know Furniture, Directors of Clay Adding-on for Bradford
Andrews' grand championsteer you've just gotta face it. You Electric Ilarlis Ellington steers only were Barry White- t tr
weighed 1.135 pounds try not to get too attached to Forsyth Plumbing Farmer's head Jerry Whitehead W.L.
but the ring weight was 1.101 them." Mutual Exchange Florida Alderman. Bradford County '
pounds, which at $1,64 per In addition to his show steer Bank at Starke Pat Farnsworth School Board Bill Forsythand
pound made the champion young Drew has 130 youn Georgia Florida Mark Adkins, W.E. i '
steer go for 2740. The Holstein heifers he raises for a Poultry Supply Co., Gerald Hodges J.T. Parrish, Vernon b
champion steer was pur. local dairy for milk cows. Griffls D.M. Hale. Jackson Parmenter

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Sonny Brown. Lake Butler 4-H'er.. got tl cents per pound for;
his 1.061 Angus cross steer purchased by Hobo TractorCompsnyof .
Providence represented by buyer George Howard. ,
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good prices from buyers In both the Bradford< Union Swine and. his 1.009 pound Angus steer purchased by Howard Auto Parts of
Bteer sales. Lake Butler, represented by buyer Freddie Floyd.Worrell Is the
son of Mr.and Mrs. Robert Worrell of Worthington Springs.

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..and for.his. M3 pound Branfus-LlmoBslne cross. purchased by for his l.au. pound Angus steer purchased by PubUx. .. 1.2Z3 pound' Angus-ChartUte. cross" steer purchased by t7l pound Angus steer purchased the Community state Bank :
Glen Howard. Charles la. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby represented by Butch Barkley. Douglass .Is the'son of Mr: sad Pubrepr..esrted by Batch Barkley. Cribbs to Uo,son of Mr. of Starve, represented by Steve Gay. Daeee .to the daughter at
Crawford of Lake Butler. Mrs. Lloyd Douglas Starke.. :. aad Mrs Wayne Cribbs. 8r of lawtey.LS Mn and Mrs. Jack; Toggle ., Lake Butler. .

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Lee of Community State Bank and Jesse. Wolbert representing Construction Co of Keystone heights, represented by Ernest Enterprises, represented by Lorelta Hart. Tammy Is the Butler, represented. by J.M. Howard. Ktacey Is'the
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1.023 pound Angus-Hereford purchased by Publlx, represented per pound for his 1.067 pound Umonslne purchased by Nell for her 1.009 pound Hereford cross purchased by Pantry Pride Ills Angus-Santa/ Gertrudl cross purchased by Sonny'
by Butch Barkley.Eddie Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.James Lee of Tucker nd Tom Slade. Tucker representing the two. Whitehead and Food Fair ltorn,'represented by Fred Peacock,' district Barbecue, represented by Blaine Thompson. Gene Is the son of
lake Butler. Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.James Whitehead.Br.of Starke. manager: Harry Collier, market manager Starke and Vernon Mr; and Mrs. Royce Joyner of Hampton.
Glbislon, market manager. Gainesville. Martha Is the daughter. .
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Dolph Reddish Elzle Sanders. Gib Brown and Jimmy Alvarez Pest Control of Starke represented by Bobby Crawford. Lisa lethe
represented by Dolph Reddish and Jimmy Alvarei. Marilyn Is daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Eugene Shaw of Lake Butler. Worlhlngton, Spring, ''lotI..!",.,I 11'. .:;'
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Harry Fanlkner Jr.. showed the best Mom Crow Steer<< MIcbMl .kea of the Union. County 4-H Crab received lt. *\(
received M cents pound for Julie C Brown of Lake Butler 4-H Club received cents per .
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John Brown; RlherdConstruction by with this Charolais-Hereford. cross. He also won the peF.; pound 'for his. IjtM pound Brangu lnientat -croa*, S
.. by Howard for her 1.071 pound trees purchased
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Company, of Lake with a trophy for the beat Home Grow CIIaa..a.a. ,* sad Duke*.Michael.to theses of Mr and Mrs. Gerald Dukes Laket
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Is the son Faulkner with the. award far .best IdIer "t
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John Johns of the Lake Butler Jr. 'KFA Chapter received Shari Dobbs of Bradford County took first place In the 4-11 Marilyn Grit 11 el Starke task Meet plies. bile Weight. 0... Stacey Hayes receives the ht plans .igaalWppll: irN1.(

f..13 per pound fur his |1.0116 pound'' Angus-Hereford cross, record book contest sponsored by The Rancher of Gainesville Contest sponsored by AUeh. .* ftOUfac enterprises: a.e.d trophy frem Guy Andrew ef' UsttarftiiilselHrverganUaUan
purchased by Publlx. Fond, Storm, represented b,' Butch Second place went to Wayne Crlbbs of Lawtev.. right, and third place went. Frankle. A.4rew*. leaeMtig awed freea Tensely for the dissent gwet ...... .....=. t
llarkley.Johns Is the Don of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene John of.Luke place te reserve champion steer owner Brian Whitehead of Hamilton, and third pUee wens at taw Lake Butler Jiaaler FIFA Martha Williams, right' and altaed. pitch in '.JII
Butler. Bradford County. The awards were. presented by Leverets Chapter represented by Emeeje has. neuter. center. s.dr ,
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By Elizabeth G. Walker CHURCH NEWS .''. class will sponsor a Bazaar Meh.11s1 Chared: The Young the Choir anniversary Friday ... 1/1/ II" "...!....
i Phone: B64-MM3 and Fun Day. All member Adult Choir meets for rehearsal April 21.Ebeneaer. meet at. the dyanUt JtttenUayiat

Church of God In Christ" : are asked to cooperate with every first and second Baptist" ChMrebi M ..... ie eiea*,_ etfMo*'
Dell Chapter IBS O.E.8. Tuesday 7 p.m Bible Band. this activity. Sunday School Monday at 7 p.m. Every Tuesday Tuesday p.m. Bible Class. around. *e teak. .*f 4<**r- '
Friday 7:30: p.m, Prayer, and 9:30: a.m. Morning Worship ua M 7 p.m. Young Junior Thursday 6.30 p.m. Prayer' .tAechurah. .-'k 4*. ofI:
Dell Chapter will hold Its regular Pastoral Teaching, Sunday .m. Dinner 12:30.: League 4 Choir rehearsal. Wednesday 7 Meeting. Sunday School 9:30 Swndar BelMMstf"kiisj '
p.m. Evening Worship I .m. Prayer Thurs of the Bu- M .* ... .
monthly meeting Thursday School 9:30: a.m. YPWW 6:30: p pan Meeting a.m. The Official Staff > a. ..
April 13, at 7 p m. in the pm Evening Service ,7:30: First Born Church ef the daytlStudy.. Sunday church Is asking all parents to t CIIeW.wtSfi'Owes ,. ", .
Masonic Hall on Brownlee Living God: Tuesday 7:45 please send the children to New flhtNe .
Street.All members askedto p.m.ML Zion A.M.ET. Church: Prayer Meeting. Friday 7:45 A.11etb. Mlelenary BaptistCep Sunday School. An attendance ....... C..... '11ext' "

be present. Plans must be Sunday School 10 a.m. Love- p.m. Tarrying Services Thursday 7 pm. report will be kept on each ta ''tx3i 4
made for the meeting of the feast Service II aim, Com Sunday School 10 a m. Prayer Meeting Saturday 8 child The cooperation of the ._br"' Msveraary t...i Ii'-

Grand Session In Jacksonville munion Service 4 p.m. Morning Worship 11 aim p.m. Choir rehearsal. Sunday parents Is asked in teaching 'I--W
The cooperation of all Greater Bethlehem!' Freewill Evening Worship I p.m. School 10 a.m. Morning! Worship Christian principles for living. April a* ;
members needed. Baptist Church: Each ML Morlah United Met....- 11 a.m. The Deacons and Macedonia Freewill Baptist Bias er81. A.14t, ......J! "

Monday 7-30; Tiny Tote rehearsal dist Church: Prayer Meeting Deaconesses anniversary will Church Friday 7:30: p.m. Sunday. Mcatedl, to ",asak;,
.hrr4 SCIIOOL NEWS Tuesday 7:30: pm. and Choir rehearsal 6:30: p.m., be held at 3. p.m. Evening Prayer Meeting. Friday 7:30 :
Prayer Meeting. Wednckdjy Sunday School 9:30: am. No. Worship 6 p.m. pm. Bible Study. Sunday B. Kttttes "JIe'S1
Adult Basic classes are In 7:30: p.m. Senior Choir"re two Choir will render song School 10 a.m. Morning! Worship "Mare ;

.,.;:. session In the complex at RJE hearsal. Thursday 7:30: p.m. service In Brooker at 3 p.m. New Bethel Baptist 11 a.m. Afternoon Service gram at 3
for adults who desirous Free Canaan True Churchof Church: Wednesday 7:30 4 invited.MemsruU. .
are of Story Hour at the church. At 8 : p m. p.m. .
The Lake Butler Junior .KFA Chapter, represented' by John studying for a diploma or for p.m. Thursday the all Male God Tuesday. 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting. Saturday at 6 Greater Alice Chapel, \ .
John, right took first place In the rFA. record book contentsponsored job Improvement. The classesare Chorus will meet for" rehearsal Prayer Service. Friday 7:30: p.m. Choir Ne. one rehearsal. A.M.E.: The Missionary will Lamer'- .
by the (iulnravllle Mm.kmuir: Supply, Second place held Monday Tuesday, Saturday from noon Sunday Tarrying Service. Sunday School 1 9.30; a.m. meet Wednesday at 8 p.... at Dr blf+etinn '" .t.!.: <;
wl'nllo Uacee fiiKKle of Union County, und third place to Jon Wednesday and: Thursday 4 p.m. the High School Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. the church for a meeting. All 6mee veXBe
Brown of Union. Ihe uwunln were presented by Kay Crawford nights All Interested personsare School class will sponsor a carwash Morning Service 11 a m. Bible Class. 5 pm Evening ladies are asked to be present. held April 18, ia1MCLRMti.f7pc .
asked to call fMM-filSO for at the church. Evening Service I p.m. Worship 8 p.m. The cooperation of the .' hIt
Information April 13 the Sunday School Pleasant Grove United Plans are In the making for membership is needed.

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**************************.. LEGALS ***************************. SERVICEMENBryant corned enough te Meet',

Monday nigh ,, at tike BJS" .
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF has been filed against you and CONTRACTORS: Will upon receipt of Section 33609 through com lest teJsarn Ihe peigtoae-:
REGISTER THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- you are required to serve a copy of One Hundred Dollars 336.12 Florida Statute.. assigned PvL Brook of the proposed eaoMnusityproject ,'
FICTITIOUS NAME CUIT, IN AND FOR BRADFORD of your answer to the complaint ($10000)) payable to Don R. public hearing will be held by the To 1188 Omaha Returns from Mediterranean adwereMsiin 1
Pursuant to Suction Hd5 00. COUNTY FLORIDA on the Plaintiff's attorney Morgan, Architect be forwardedtwo Board of County Commissioners Navy Chief Machinist's Marine Private First Class the Caannnsnity News. *w',,
Florida Statutos notice. 'IH CASE NO 78 96.KATHERINE MYRON C. PREVATT JR.. sets of plans end specifications of Bradford County. Florida In Mate Thomas W. Bryant son Walter L. Brooks whose wife, tied of our local: nsnppert
h..ebyJ.ven. thnt the undersigned EDLING Plaintiff, P.O. Drawer 798 Keystone collect. Fifty Dollars the County Commissioners of Mr. Thomas B. Bryant of Emma Is the daughter ef We're asking the eeagrUia. .

( R.iitord Testorra,, Sr and vn Heights, Florida, and file the original (15000)) will. be refunded provided Courtroom In the Bradford Keystone Heights Fla., is R.M. Weeks of Route 2, Lake of concerned cities, that,t*f.,
Rail ad Totstone, Jr, both 01( 835 ALBERT G EDLING and ANNL In theoffice of the Clerk of the plans and specification County Courthouse In S...., assigned to the Navy's newest. Butler. Fla., has returned working together.*reTta.. **.
S. Parka Snout Slmke Fin EDLING his wife/ if alive and the Circuit Court on or before are returned In "good" Florida on Monday. May 1, ship. from an extended deployment come properly ,.ttgeusfeedl[ ,
32091, doing business under the. ,if. dead then hia or her unknown April 15 1978; otherwise a condition within ten days of bid 1978 at 10 aim on the petition of He is serving as a crew- to the Mediterranean.He sharing ideas ana:.MfgMtMt. *
firm name of "R Et J hnirs devises legatees or default will be taken against you. opening. George H. Pierce, a* attorneyfor member aboard the nuclear- is serving as a member aad putting two sad' ewe together. .
BUILDERS" 835 S P.irkot oruntHes and all other persons This notice shall be publishedonce Warren W. Stevenson freeholder powered submarine USS of Battalion Landing Team we can mess ue ...
Street, Sl.ltke Bradford or parties cldiming by, through week/ for four consecutive SUBCONTRACTOR WIN upon which petition was Omaha which was commissioned Three Slant Six (BLT WI.) very helpful answers, ''I'ben..jf .
County Florida 320D1, ,rotunda under or against! them and all weeks In the Bradford receipt of Fifty Dollars ($50.00)) spread upon the minutes of a March 11 at Groton homebased. at Camp Lejeune., our combined efforts *te net. -
to register said fictitoun. name parties. or persons having or County Teleqraph.. made payable to Don R. meeting of said Board of County Manned N.C. met with raajer appsevah evw
under the provisions of aforesaid claiming any right title or inter Dated this 14th day of March, Morgan, Architect be forwarded Commissioners held on April 3, by 127 officers and A 1975 graduate of Union "if they don't fit. ,,,,'t.
111 ill ute. est in and to the premises. 1978. one set of plans and specHlcstton 1978 requesting that said Board enlisted.. men Omaha Is 360 County High School Brooks force them. :
Rail ord Tetslorw, Sr, & involved this, suit Defendants' GILBERT S BROWN *,*nonaerundebrvsw? 't} .* ''clc.e..nd abandon portion of. feet long displaces 6,900 tons' ,joined the Marine salad 1" erualaaa i..? ..t
Corps in
Ruiford. Tetstono Jr ownorsDmod NOTICE OF SUIT CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT the unused planed street hereinafter 'c aid c.n" travel at speeds' August 1976.: I C. Haar oa :.lwe.iti
tins 30th day of Mitch, TO QUIET TITLEIN COURT EACH BID: Shell be accompanied described; and renounce faster than 20 knots while .
A D 19/8 at St.uko Florid.i THE NAME OF THE STATEOF Bradford County Florida by a cashier's check or and disclaim any right of Bradford submersed. : :..
# 3/30 4tpd 420NOTICE FLORIDA: By: S/Marlan McRae, Deputy bid bond. In the amount of 5 County Florida and the Armament Includes
**** To the Dofumlunts: Clerk percent of the bid price payableto public in and to the lend lying four 21-inch torpedo tubes and BROOKE ", .
OF INTENTIONTO ALBERT G EDLING and ANNL 3/16 4tcho4/8. the Owner within said portion of said street antisubmarine rocket launch-
REGISTER EDLING his wife, ,if alive or .if said planed street being described BRIEF

FICTITIOUS NAME dead to his or her unknown ADVERTISEMENT THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER: as follows: ers.Omaha is the fifth ship of ..
Pursuant to Suction! 8b5 O!). firsts devisees legatees or INVITATION TO BID Will be required to provide a A portion of an unused un' her class. and third to bear the "
Florida Statutes notice. .is grantees und all other personsor Sealed bids will/ be received by Performance Labor and Material platted, urH'Iameclstreet lying In name of the city Omaha.. She By, Jeannette Prescott : !
parties. claiming. by through Board of Trustees Bradford Payment Bond in the amount of Lakevfew Subdivision being 30 will be homeported In Groton. Phone 485-1713 :
hereby given" that HARRY W ..... ....
KYLE and MARY ANN KYLE under or against them; County Hospital Corporation 922E. 100 percent of the bid amount, feet in width and bounded oq Conn.A BROOKER BAPTISTBrooker ,
And to Call Street Starke FL up to 7 Surety Company shall be licensed the East by the Easterly1 1971 graduate of Church is Mr and Mrs. On* PnsMe.. ,.
Route 3. Box !0<1. St.nk. Florid: Baptist had meet at their otiMtasn.. #
37091: doing business undiir the All parties or persons! having. or p.m., 20th of April 1978 at to do business in the boundary d Section 13, Town Pensacola Junior College. organizing The MatureChrltlan' born !(
film of DOUBl F RUN claiming any right title or inter which time and place all bids received state of Florida and shall be ship 8 South Range 22 East, with an associate of arts Fellowship Club". granefcMldren __ *J r!.!J'l '
name E..lI8m4Iayl.; .__. .. ..
FARM," at the .ihovc .lIl read aloud for furnishing all Lots 18. 19 22 and 23 of said
!suitwd situated in Department
Bradford County. Florid property sury October: 1961. Thursday March 30. with a Prescott Little BTMdjr4aatv
Bradford County Florida materials and labor for: PROPOSALS be with- subdivision as per plat thereof ,
.intends : : May not covered dish luncheon. The '
to sad humous
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name undnr the pinvimnns' of! the Lots 44 and 46, Cypress Avenue, ROOFING REPAIRS TO MAIN drawn for thirty days after bid recorded In Plat Book 2, Page INt Mentgemery club will meet the last Louis. rrescoM.. ,wea <.....1
aforesaid Statute CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES HOSPITAL BUILDING BRADFORD date 77, public records d Bradford Promoted Thursday in each month in the Lizzie's ysia according to plat thereof re COUNTY HOSPITAL, County. Florida. Marine Private First Class future with covered
HARRY W KYI F ami MARY usually a .
ANN KYLE are UWIIIMS ordm! in Plat Book 3. page 6. STARKE. FLORIDA. BRAD- ALL BIDDERS: Will be notifieded. All Interested parties may Willis L. Montgomery son of dish luncheon. 'She was bam FlehneegfjUtWs: : .
DATED this. |joint Icfith. diy, "I< Bradford County public records. FORD COUNTY HOSPITAL of the award of contract the appear end be heard at the time Izrtl Montgomery of P.O. Box Officers elected are as Tampa Cenenai HasJApproximately J. ,

Much, A D 1978 it St.irki. You and each of you are noli CORPORATION STARKE, successful bidder, or the rejection / and place above specified. 906. Starke Fla.. has been follows; Program chairman ff waveHIJN;
Flondii find that a i suit. to quiet. title to FLORIDA. of all bids. within five daysof Dated this 3rd day of April, ,promoted to his present rank Pastor Hershel Markham; with about 14 children. everyone -
All bids must be submitted In A.D. 1978.BOARD had a wonderful, time aV:
3/16 Itchy 4 6 the ibovo described propertyBig the Owner's decision while serving 'with the President Bill Williams: Vice
accord with. plans and specifications OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Battalion Landing Team One President,' M.O.. Harrell: missed the anew whooelal) W",'!,
which may be obtained at END OF NOTICE TO BIDDERS OF BRADFORD Slant Nine on Okinawa. Secretary Treasurer. Mrs. come'' *" ...1 "\.
the office of Moore Mr COUNTY. FLORIDA.By He joined the Marine Corpsin L.L. Parker; Telephone 1Mr ..UCr,. ".L. pain'Sulphur. ,
Little Harrington, Architect, "InN 3tchq 3/23/78 4/6/78 Gilbert S. Brown Cork of January 1977. Committee !Mrs Pearl La, cane te bin' '
E First Street G j 'I. Said Board. sister's. Mr*. Mamie. Kav-
FL or at the office v' **** Itchg 4/6 *******. and Markey.Mrs. Mrs Brook Iva Perryman Douglas: ham ia. Lake Btahtr. en.

ministrator. Bradford u,,mil." CALL FOR BIDS **** Social Chairman. Mrs. M.O. Wednesday Maecfr lie 'They-: '
Hospital Starke FL. TOWN OF BROOKERThe LEGALProgram Harrell. picked her anal. Sandra.>*>iM Two sets of plans and two town of Brooker \will receive IN THE CIRCUIT COUFn'EIGHTH visited with their neee .'i '
Bison! copies of protect manual, including bids on garbage collection. All JUDICIAL COURT OF for the Aging for the Mr. L.L.was Parker presentedby and her husfeand. Mr.: aad lik ,
forms of bidding, maybe bids must be sealed and in the counties of Alachua, Putnam special music by' Joy Paul Frescottand ...JWMm. ?
secured from office, of the hands of the town clerk not later COUNTY. tales they all went.fetatUa. 4*.
Bradford Union Columbia Markham and Elaine Mott.
architect or the hospital administrator than 7:30: p.m. April 10 1978 at CIVIL ACTION Gdchriet Lafayette Suwarmee Thirteen attended Prinffe's see:. Marco jNwBMin
Satohti by depositing there Brooker Florida. The town reserves Case No. 78-73 Hamilton. Dixie Levy. Merlon, this first meeting and they all the VA Mean**) ia'totoe**'
By Berry Jane Reames. wife ve
with 1000. Daposites will be the right to reject any and Citrus Hemendo Sumter make ville. Marcus "underweaf. .fertr*
and to plans
refunded upon submission of all bids.1tchg46. William P. Reams Jr. husband. Lake for which financialBMtstsrca urge to attend everyone this club of good 8W1IeP)' W./......... ---
liana tide bid and return of said Eva dark .nut to efeHng wett
and NOTICE OF SUITNOPROPERTY Is being sought from Christian fellowship. Mrs. OS MMvlsrteaUnr 'li
plans contract documents, -Town Clerk. tnt Department of Health andRehebilltatil8 e
in good condition within ten ...4 ... sister. .*.. '.
Service of the *************
days after date set for openingof To: William P, Reamer, Jr, Dyal In Geagan.eenLIp. .
1 NOTICE OF INTENTION Stale of Florida pursuant to
in i> i ficamna1'l Whereabouts unknown.
bids. Mrs Mtidree
S l* 'alrts HI I TO REGISTER Title III and VII of the Older SERVICE Green an*
The Board reserves the rightto Americans Act of Mnr. Luis. Mae BMleA l .MteA.
waive Informalities. In any bid. ; Pursuant to Section. 865 09. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED mended.. Further information a* *.****. *******4. Mrs. :Msndy slurp i*
that an action for Dissolution of
10 accept bid which Macolenny LalIt.... hje
any they n "
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Florida Statutes available at the Area
notice is hereby has been filed
consider in best public interest; Marriage against visited Mr. Harley. BtuM .uV .
that the Agency on Aging 3008 NW
given Pvt. Gomes
undersignedJames and you are required to
and to reject and all bids Lake Butler. ,
any R. Morgan Rt. 13th Street Suite C, Gainesville Assigned .. ?
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Box a of written SpecialistLCDVSIGSBURG. .
serve copy your
BOARD OF TRUSTEES Florida 32601. Mr. and.. Mr*. AHe. feee*> .
s BRADFORD COUNTY HOSPITAL 1533, Keystone Heights. Fla. def_. If any to N, on the 'Ger- and daughter LIoN1IIIdt""
CORPORATION STARKE 32666 doing business under the plaintiff's attorney whose name 4/8 2tchg 4/13 many-Pvt. Debora K. Tammy of WILWO "all I
FL firm name of "JIM'S STYLING and address J.J. Wolbert. Jr., Come daughter of Mr. and their lli8lC "
CENTER." 2305 N. Temple P.O. Box 1086. Starke. Florida ..*.*** !Mrs. Frank R. Comet. Route er. --. .
3 30 3tch.1I 4,13INVITATION Great, last week
........ Ave? Starke, Bradford County. 32091 and file the original with 1, Lavley. Fla. recently was ., .1
the! war 'r' ''Kincllw. wo,,k little, n' thewa1 TO BIDDERS Florida, 32091 intends to the clerk of the above styled NOTICE assigned as a telecommunications Jim and tflfey ,
"'t '" "'''u,1!' s rind MUI", monp flirt the! register said. fictitious name court on or before May "4th. LK. Vvnitehesd.. 'has made center specialist with the, have .Ir

Soioli 8.With. o i'p< \gasoline engine!' fovluicK > NOTICE TO BIDDERS: under the provisions of aforesaid 1978; Otherwise a judgement application to the Bradford 34th Signal Battalion,, in ,?laces open 1 Menu I. 1 plop .
easy skirls' So you con tackle practically'' statute may be entered against you for County Zoning Board for re- Ludviigsburg. Germany. fronds and reladou ..
any chore mow tow plow, dig. (fill, doze, rake, NOTICE is hereby given that James R. Morgan owner the relief demanded in the complaint das ifio.tion of the property She entered the Army in invited. i ..k J. .
lood I'' forward sealed Bid. Proposals will. be Dated this 23rd day of March, or petition deacrfced below from OR to BR September 1977. ,v
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and ? received -
given you reversespeeds by the City of Starke A.D 1978 at Starka. Florida.' .' WITNESS my hand and the 3.1.1. Located 5 mlee South of the private Is a 1977 u.( 1aJIiIj. t' .;\;;. "
Cati-qp'r I 13 point. hitch" t plus pinched' 3 23 4tchg 4 '13 seal of said Court on Apr .4th Starke on the West aide of Hwy graduate of Bradford County 1NN/rtwtCkiiYsi:" ;[ '
until 7.30 P.M. DST. April 18
,10.owboi $40 rind 1000 -pm pro'I live, hyd'tiulici 1978 at the City Hall. Starke. 198.Gillxrt. 301 In Section 24. Township 7 High School..Starke, Fla. .. frt : ..-IMhIeH.
ti'Keientici" lock sealed! brakes, odus| nbl !' Florida for the complete construction ****. S. Brown,, As perk of South. Range 21 feat- 3 acres 'peJlPltl.1M.: ai'anamaa6:: .; :;

whorl tpncing" hou met*!' full "lighting choice' of. aid Court. out of parcel 096s!/ to build andoperate ..... ,. t.lt. .
iff hip r.end downjwept. mi/file/"' and o holt of' NOTICE By: Marian McRae. As Deputy retail. Sales and service: .. ; l :

olrie.' lentil,e> plot' Ov* 30 custom dengnedimplemenij Stoke City Hall NOTICE OF HEARING ON Oerk. The change In dasefficatlon Is bua'. s1aatk i';
ond citiochmrnnPRICE Stark. Florida PETITION FOR CLOSING AND 4/6 4tchfl 427PUBLIC Subject to a public .hearing to be .rND; ..: "''
ABANDONMENT OF PORTION .. held on Tuesday April 25,JI978,, .r 5. ..JJcJIieI&eo.
s4150SUPERIOR OF UNUSED at '7:30 In tote .. .
which time bids will, be public PLATTED pjn. ; .County 111", 1.
at and read aloud. Bids STREET IN LAKEVI EW SUB- NOTICE Commission Room In the Brad, ........ ....... ._'/0'w
ly opened
DIVISION; AS PER PLAT NOTICE OF ford County Courthouse. At this riolle, NadIL ?
received after the above time ?
and date \will not be considered. ... BOOK 2. PAGE'77 In SECTION ". NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of be 'heard for. or against the ........ ........ ., .
COMPANY PLANS. SPECIFICATIONS 13 TOWNSHIP. 8 SOUTH a public hearing to be held at 2 propose), as specified In the. ; I
AND CONTRACT DOCUMENTS RANGE 22 EAST I prnT. April Coin 1978 1st ROOT ZoninQ Code of Bndlad "I'f.,
5353 West may be obtained. from Bradford Courthouse., County.Bradfeid. 'PNMYt .
Beaver d
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Jacksonville the office of Don R. Morgan.; TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Co. Com.. Rm., N. Temple Jerome JohN: chekmn an .bsn: greeu. >Meads ..'

Florida Architect Post Office Drawer You will take notice that In Starke. for the purpose of County Zoning Bond. ; potato .' .".. .--;. ".. ':
((904) 781.9011 32666.1208 Keystone ONLY. Heights Florida accordance: with the provision considering! en AreawU Itpd 4/6 I apple. milk. ..i':;'" ,......" .
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I aUSCEllANEOU;...d It P HAlS rt 'f'O"; SA' :1:( "f''D':; $ ; 'Eu 7WAKTEDPART NTVNFIIRNIHED rr:= 1 "" ::

IRON PROBLEMS RueteuUnhic I AIR COMMTIOMNGi: : Ml/lK I.OXDr'K: : TIME /' ""'\ "
S Bit HOUSE: PIke withgaraeaj
your ........ ... REPAIREDi Faalary. JZ.OOO hla.larrfer. window' .black. powder. ...u.. .....4.Must have eweireaopertstle ,upstairs .... ,

'baUram. ttMare. baeaaae iralaad. ipeclaU.ti will ear- ar ...11..1'. Pbs... 964-7443 patchea. ; Opm 10 am, lap 0 RAIN I lr SOrf In year' WATER.....,CONDITIONINQ Call. vice all ask. .. aad medela la after t p... llpd 4/6 .m. ".'u.d.,. TSVZSHII. SIW' .......,.... 4ft tichLOCALAMWAY ..,_.tlo..oI.I 964-7271 ar $....... *.Id( aS .'- ] r.k .
,oar .home all IU.hlC13 '
wark ...... come by B..II. GIft
or BRAD teed. for apaolaimeat f i'c i i7"; f' r-IR .:'Ii Dillirl.... 104 W. Call St. &1..11
FORD COUNTY see Shop. BR ....... __. MM RJALT':
v, I* lre.water .. Rebecca Read at Reb....'. TO\Ei, Small ..ti".... S IIEATKRSi: : Head ...t.r.. tar Is helalag maay peraaasear aid .. pine ....oIt. M4M3.IUk parM ; (.
aaalyile. N. ebllgaUaa. Fabrk-a. 3HO W'. Mala. Lake Ud aaal-waod. :>ot a repra portable II.....". ,hr.t.... aaeaey. warklag a.. 1 3 BR APT8Uataralaked ../. '
;I., .H.tt.r' still CMM te eee Butler. "/I Ifa/chg ,ductloa. S60. .."... 9646B94. circulating. hea'.... clavicle, hears "' 1". Fer .latarvlaw.CaB newly ..- : ( )
.la eur stiles at lOS N. II.dtie hail.... Alaa electric sad : ChrIStIne. Rawla' 9848808. .......t.... Saaarfty .deposit '
I Bit MOBI.C HOMEi $85par B. HONE
'Tempi*. l&arn. Phone 96465T B4 fS t"f5U--r.-- Inquire. Ta-Raaa Metal.. 9(4-7776 <
alavea and ... .... heSs 46COSMETOLOGIST
*. W. alee Service all CkrhUlaa. ...... A... I 1/2 a TV.O ITEMSi 1959" FIst-bed'; : gaa BARGAIV CK'XTklt.::.lrI., 301 P.... 964-..784. 31 23 3ubg ....... Call M44112 A t m 20$ N. TEMPLE

,...... .. water .....,.. and up. Hot meala. ......Id.... 3/4 tea chevy t...... Goad baulk af !ltar...., 44679. -- 416 ....111. ltck. 46HETSTONEt pgrws. La STARKE.FLORIOACec.li.
Itchg 40UNITED 1'.... 964-5850. Itcbg 3/30 ....1.. caadltlaB. Heavy Maatarprelerred. Terwillegar
Duty Air cempreeear, sew tf/ebt __ ____ Immediate COTTAGE. FOR RENT I j CawaianUIM .
: ample ._.... Bead ba. .......04. Dawatawa ad "..." '1400 1&.
KLAN .. BILL'S SAW: SHOP, Com; meter Geed ceaditlaa. Caabe r'IR.IHm.: *m per pickup. j app area, aq.. PREFERRED PROPERTIES
.America Rally Awl at 7 plete akarpaamg. area Deal door. la Heady load PM'ANH.: : lIlt per .... '. P.O. Bra 1171 I BR. aa Pete, IDeal far dwaBiac. l.0.IaS M Hwy..

P'". between Mldakburg circular. hand, carbide service. ,, Way sb.,. at H..pt... Mr. pound.' Phone WIK2IO. 3/.. ,Kay at aew llgta., Fla. Itckg: Retired ar .... par_. Na. II Nan.IUS par ... Distinctive redwood CB contemporary -.:
sod ,...., Farme aa gg. chain. mower blade I...... Itpd 4/6 .1:1I. 4tCETA Cal 964-7344.. attar I P'" KEYSTONE REALTY .
218. Itch* ./1 '. "', ....o4.Dd ........d. hollow Leaveat "*", q U ltad.4/6! 41ttfl4 & /... Secluded lot Lake Santa Fs 75'on -financed.' I,
-- Jackaea. Building CHAIN iSKf'I llRM' HIXCMt "Newand;" .. POSITION! Sacra- 2 BR heaaa ussr Johaaaa Klngsley Lake Calm, undisturbed teWnosituation
Supply, supplies and Inatallatloa. vied new tar, I, .... be BradferdCaaaty Call. .496-2241. KEYSTONE 3 8 iT'i. '
GOT A TASTE FOR ,Starka .. KeyatoBo Helgki. living room "'to. Grocery N 3000 sq. ft. home furnished duple* i
ADVENTURE ; reeldaat aid tally. ........
tlg! Phone the H.'I.! .. 1-289- and used mallreeeea many aceaemteally llckg aaalpavd .
?Yea will Had It .._____"___ 3031 MemvUle. .4/6 ll/chg other Item*. BARGAIV dlaadvaalagad.Appl7 CB/A. W/D koakpa.. ear, apt. over water
.to tka Navy; Travel. to ... I "ILl. PICK l'P 'HILD. CENTER: : J01 Kaulh of .t He State Empley.meat FUlTNiiliED'TAPTi living' part .bra. .let. filM ... .. Lot of house, little money, 40> W. Washington. ,
cittog. Work s. space HI.N: after achaal and keep PATIO o\i"U"lhZ; 110I,..... 90441679! [. il/t Service. Z09 W. Call room, BR. ..Ite.... batb. KEYSTONE REALTY 7000 sq. ft. CB bldfl. Brownies St.. lease option.
I* equlpmeat. OH tap them at mr home while SI39. Limited as-- ne 8&. (Old .........1. lie kg A/C ceatral heat Nachtdraa
....fI&o. career .....11III. ....... lal through you 6th GATOR ALIMIMM.! supply 411Z0 BTH7\ HAYS ...nliaa.hlghlvi .4/6 ar pete. Pkaaa 964' ,T3- ,XH4 U/rk. : Hampton Lake Lovely Brick eitra lot.
.... a(net isis..For BMC grades Phone lertfllied.. 9646071. SOIl .." .4/13 .
Breada >W. I3lh St.. GaInesville. phone .. Ztcbg I "Tuck's Drive In" 301 S. 'ideal commercial.

IntermatioB K.llr.372-6289.eeatacl Or p., meat Chief' 1l3DISABLID Fenig.! 984-8023. l23! 4tpd 372-9767, tlS /.. .-7/2l. '!/.! I. ._ ...! ,. "MOTORCYCLESFOR TWO- .OVELY' .APTSiModera. MOBILE HOME 3 BR. e> Touch of the old with 2 story home. 1.7$ .cr... "

Bradford Square Meeday 10, --- \ERAL ITEMS --- ITILITY Bt'ILDI\oGSI! AHalumiaum. I.......... ... BR. 4M Raad 121.413FURNISHED Pkaaw ,"-1111.. Building lot In Green Acres Ideal' neighborhood'
SJB. to > p...! Thareday 1 ------ prewired recaplablaa ... SALEMINICYCLE Phone. 9644O71. llchg .." tube, -1
.. S : \ETERAN. Refrigerator aid .law. light ...llr..II.llta. Apt. House I modern units, good return ,
.4/28 p. p.a. 1/12 ITUh( W" III r..... eat '...r garage .UaUewed ........Alia repair mewera'aad tongue ..d groove. floor, aaBBBBBBBBBBBBl MAKE' 'RESERVATIONS X BR B_. Hampton Lake Unpretentious elegant' ,",rri..

ta keep, tbe aawaated small ...1.... Phono delivered. and eel ap.Financing ., : 10" .p...... baa. AC. .17/a .atb.
juak. 473.2406. M4- 760. .../ 2lpd 4/13 available. ui., 48 wheels.. BMWUrei, .4 HP aow. Kmgilay tor eammer Lake.vacatloaaen Pkaaa ...... t 4ZOI alter S> .... 3.2 A, 1 BR CB home huge CB garag.- -

I t! ..!i!; ____ month. ta payt 60 abea.Suaukl meter, aatamatlc clutch 533-2366. 3/30 /. 4/t Stpd 4n3DOV.LEWIDEc Amazing brick displaying vast creative Ingenuity
tiNSURANCE ROTDTlLLRi: hVrie- al S....... .....-(1020 ar completely. rebuilt.. 1165 er & exacting engineering expertise" with pool.
SEPTIC TANK GREASE power AI.... brand .... 9814O2L&/I2II/C beat .,1...Slacks KOA Lot
I TRAP claaneuta. sew llaei.reaioaable. Phone 7823944. Itchg, 4/6 : !J.. __ Ne.l.after 11.. ..It.h.tI FURNISHED HOUSE Two two BR.elaaa. w Ideal bachelor pad I BR CB 'furnished on I acre.
Ja. "ATROS'S" HOUSE OFVACUUMS BR adults Be pete Apply alae hralebaa. aapHrata
Foreytk. fenced with' -
acres delightfully level
--- --------- .lot. aaiat. e..tr .. 3 pastures ,
4.111022. All brandaof 405 N. Church; Sir.. & /.. .
l\hl'RA\n: : :, Rlherd business Many
Ia. REFRIGERATOR. 18 treecypress home, ,
so.it. SUZUKI STARKE Oaa Narth I j.' SCathe garage large barn,
cursors. Agency. taruaerand ..IP.o.!. '!!..!.!!! !!! !'.I. new .......m.. uaedmacklaea yeurantherised
: .. Capparteaa, with aato- available. Ciperlrepalra. Saiukl dealer. KITCHENETTES: TV. AC. 1100/meatS, MOO damage S 125,000- AC,well tank < polecleared.
Uealvra Bank B..Udl... ALCOHOLICS ..tIe .....II.r. Like "90. P... 964-6020. 1040 ........ lbaa H4.tJIIH.
Phone ..96.2101.1.( ... Balle ASONY.MOUS Pbeaa .473-4165 all makan.. Pnrta aadacceiaoriee South maid aervlea, weekly rataa.Underwood 40 AcrN.1 B home Income from tral .! .
batwaea 44
Phone, 9S44994 all W..... ((301 South I. Motel aadReataaraat.3 Itpd ./ '
1 IV/JItt/rh! ( __ '1 _..:rI ar P'". 3/30 Ztckg 4/t for vacuumayatema. Starke.LWchg" ..0.. Berth Nice home with \12 productive acr...
.: !!.!:..!!!.hJ. 404 NW 10th. afBtarke '
:vcryone I. laeurablel. Avenue GalneavUle.. Phone US401. 3/30 Zlckg THREE BEDROOMS! Z 2.S A with a variety of flowers ft fruit trees. Home
Immediate coverage bv SEWING MACHINES :NORTH CAROLINA 376-7110. tl/chg ,.. ""II 4/6 ..... la deublewids. .akllabeant garage. workshop owner financed..
JOE REPAIRED AO ...... UaJavolakadLMa
phon. ISHEH -"
A'I4982118:: or 4962903. cloaaed. ailed. ..... adjaatad. beautiful I.ANOi: 10 acres overlooking 4 :i'f. olon Co:. Call HOMES FOR SALEFOR DUPLEX FURNISHED >...... ITS daaucadapaaM e Klngsley' Picturesque spring beside 3 BR home
mountains and after S,eO ..... .96.2433. 3. ... .....t large dock for
S7. W ark ....t.ad. James p .J. Apartment! 2 bedroom. I/I aillaa entertaining. Appro 70' x 200'
_. ._ ______ valleys, real alee t.... and III.
23 4 13I.TMBF.R7cyprcai ..
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8tricklaad.earaarat MergesRo plenty' af .....t.l. .laurel.Thla 4tchg Phone 964-6951. 3/30 & /." Sooth k. PbaM M4SN1. $7,000. 307 N. Church Handyman sp.cial.a .
MAINKS I INSlRANCEAC.KNO d.!. d..!Hwyl. tlthgPIANO tract has fair and 4/1 "'''120
acceaa SALEi I BR FRAME 2 BR frame, owner fin., 111,500
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lake. Butler" 496-3978. TUNING. Repair SHSO/acra. h.Murphy. real, good cat to build. ALSO yoanghoraea. HOUSE... wall to wall darn. I BR, very cleaa, shag KiTCIIENETTESi 1 BR Downtown Law, Ideal building for antique

omplete Inauraace. Service. plaaaa wanted." C. Aaycandltlea. tar... MOUNTAIN CABIN ALSO! firewood. KR30. 'earpa.ekd 1/2 acre carpets, drapea, A/C. Ideal. .... TV. AC.j atlHUaa .la- shop, parts store cabinet shop etc. Priced right'
WlUlant let faraiehtd
earaar .
). Phone \964 5017. 3/ 3tpd or antaralakad.SOS for couple' er retired cladad. Tataly hnlakad.weekly. .
1228 BlandlDg St.. Start. located on 2.4 .r.... good S.E.Sth pereons. .
.. Avo.r .. --- -- -
.thlp rataa.
,. 1M)4-52S7 3/2 '"."C ....... land I. all wooded SINGER: Fl'TlRAi p.wlngmachine. Lake Bode. tla/ckg. Na chlldrea .. pate. Taaipla Metal 880 N.
BUSINESS .nice area. The cabin la not automatic. push -....---- Phone 964-8890. 4/6 Zlckg .
----------- Taaapla. Starka. M 7JJ7. FLoriland Realty393N.TampleAva.
OPPORTUNITIES nUUSION: : REPAIR AT completely. finished but It I. 10.."..., cold new aver S550. 24. .80 CONCORD; Double. 4/13 .." 4tpd .421FURNISHED
.:. DISCOUNT' PRICES AT 'completely,. dried la and I. balance due S2H1 or need wide. 3 BR. 2 baths dishwasher .
liveable while finish Itap. carpet CH/A. FOR RENT) M.btto 110...
JIMS URMTURE: 415 you someone. la Lake Butler area 8tarke.91 LillianC. IVarnoiiHKALTOK
S200 per week aalary.Metropolitan Main St.. Lake. B..t"'r.16." \ 2 BR large deck overlooking to lake. over payments. ef S14 partly faraiahad.S .6OO casher for rent la Country! 2 ar 3 APT 1 BR. *
Life !InauraaceSalea. 2985.! 3/2 tl/ckg mouatalna. Owner per month. free home trial. S1.00O ......, SII2/ma. BR Furalabad ar' ualurniahed. UtHUea ...1........ Na Pela. 964-7700 ;
Equal oppartuaityemployer. ...d. to sell 117,500. 14.500 Phone 2593743 after 5:30 Pboae 9tt4-7194. 3Ztpd Phoaa 9114...... Dawatewa ..... Cal 904- Opoa emOsterday BIIo\-CII:; (IFFICEt)10301 :

Call Mr. Lucky. BABYSITTING---------IN--MY down payment aaaume 10... p...., Macclenny. ItchgWhirlpool tl/cfcg 7344 altar 5 '.-. Had ..16 A.M. ) N OK'I II
376-4426. will, Iraia. .4/6 On. Acre about 5 mIles. tram ---- LAWT.V.:
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HOME tI. Phaaa 782.
2tchg 4/13 Murphy. N.C. Nice knoll lor SEVERAL ITEMS. FOUR BEDROOM frame. RENT.New Trailer pi... 4 AH acraa.14acreala 782-3MNI
3218 alter .4 p.m. Myrtle. ,building' or you ran park acamper refrigerator. and. .home (ealy I year .''dJ.) with modera. Iran S85, maathty.lacludea --- - -
.LeNeave. 3/16 4tpd 46FORMSi .. Z ...&10.. With 10 acres of utUltloa. Kayetaae school
BESi'OPPORTUNITY or trailer. .500. ,30 Inch gsa .to".. dinette FAULKNERREALTY city,Mar 2 BR bungalow, lira.proof
6500 down payment. These aet. heater, bed. Phone lead teheed and aarveyed.Pbane Olllce Coaler. H.W. siding furnished
gas Itdailrad.
Eacellent 15 FOR JO4OA $10 few of 2.000Uitlnga. ""4791. 3/16 4tchg McDavId 475-2763. Ztckg: S BR.Cou."BikTc7nt... Heat
are a aver 9644)053.) 4/6 SU.MIO
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opportunity la S.. .. cr.a.Lang. for 1040 I...., If ao atkoratucbnonta. 3/30 .4/6 or ollnr
and Air.
.earparatata .baa, .... 30 Wa kava all typaa afproperty -- -- :m - -
clouding ..... .po...... Phone DaalellaMartin. yra.eiperlaaea. Hated Irom BULLS FOR SALEiBrahma. : : .- ----- 3 BR frame on 1 1 12 ......
Muea b.". manageability. \904-8573. SSOO/acro aad ap.,Wa kava 3 Ckariaola.; Iwkltaface. BRICK: HOME .,.ra. eld. 3 I BR COTTAGE. Lake 2303 N.Temple Lat 50'.SO' 1. the Ocala. I S16.100 S acrae. nZ \lo.
. ....10111.. aad ..." 3/18 4tpd. mail recta; aye" .... have, Ph.164.04115"\ ,BR, Z bath .c. well., UtHttiee. lacluded.TONJ Fereat Ideal camping alia, :. .
... pragraaafor 4':.;ic';, ,i, ..,t. ,,' .1...:; I '," .......! '"bla o\d\ gai )( HEIGHTS Starka. ,FloridaW $550.lSea3OJS.wltktraler.
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'age. or '" .. 'I .> .. arpe ,. .. aqe
backgrouad, katpfuUStarUagaalary -s4in1ynwOU49 I,8! flEms.'crWrfLq. or jcan/or/ !n,"r, -l............ ',- -.-- ''r"q"--' '''' 1"1111,...... .w HI. .'.II O.: ,0ALtbPhe.s473- ,r tmul.r; ..lkmtftfi. I "II'W;. : .. .'AAo1.lt, m.ooot 1,. iIiIIIII
af. S200 par week. It .CARPE' INSTALLA- free Uitlag "roc...... You7eaa FURNITURE. ',.J. aatiauebedream "I". P..... I6d4fl.tpd. 4/6 2614. J/M .".., .. Reaver. ,;;; .
T10N .Experleaced la all call free of '" ) ---- -
charge by aulte, I wooden 13 1/2 acreai 4BK, Z Bath
qualified. F. -- MAKE AN orre
pareoaaljdata -- on rs
vMWr., call Gameevflle, pll..... daalre local. algkt dialing -800438-7421' Write dinette, aet. Inquire' Goedall.; MOBILE HOME T... EFFICIENCY APT-Newly ACME* .. the take I.tiermoo. 3 BR ..... aa I acre .la \frame. aad 3 BK I Batb
( 78-1 557. 4/6 Stcbg 4/20 cad weekend. "0'''. Call; t r call t....,.Cherokee Land Bradford Motel U.S. 301, .....-. .....Jollo.. S yra. ......r.lad. Adulte, aepete. T_. ....tr,. 'frame. S44.51M).
{ Railord. 431-1522 altar S a. ... Murphy, N.C., 28906.! North. Starke. Itpd "IIISFT.BiATa ..... CH/A weaker .lacredod.Real Security. depaeit.UtOltlea ----- - -
p.m.. Z 7tpd .4/14 good buy. Pbaaa 964- and air furalaaad.Inquire LOW DOWN PAYMENT ea I 2 BR .... with ..... 3 BR, 2 bath brick, CH/A.

IJ NO- S4NO weekly, unique ----- iiii"s;;'- 6542..,.11...4/6 Ztcbg 4/13 at Ta.Reaa Metal ACBB II!:."., Hemee erMobile ......h..... I. city. Z flrcplacea, .barn 7 acrea.S6I .

?'nailing program. tree CUSTOM MADEDRAPERIESt LAND 'FOR 'SALE Key b....-., 65 hp' Eviarudemotor. 964-6784.' 3123 3tcgh .416 Phono" .7ToO iMtO -10 acres I70.WH)
flMailo.! Jim. Easterly Rt. 6. We-,.. aowatocklag ateae Height. Mice trees aa 1972 .model 1974. 1973 PARKWOODi;, Z BR, 14 ACRES waVlOOO' HIGH- 96 4 - -
tto* 165. Lake City Fl. lota af fabrlea. Free one la 10 acre Iracta la Highlander trailer. Crosby front ...to.... 12x60 4500. WAY "'ONT AGE aa hwy IS Vernie P.134am 5 acre homealtaa,oaks, citywater.
32055. 3/9 6tpd .4/13 aatkaatae. Lama. Stepkea, .neighbor hood.' DOW homee.Same Lake. Stor..... Phone 9645687. Inquire. Go...... Bradford W_.Tale eea .... be .beef blta Reg. Real. EatataBrakar SIJIOO( down.S .

.. pko.e4962219.6/24! tf/chg late permit. mobile llpd 4/6 Motel. 301 Narth. Starka, START YOUR OWN amiller pereela.BR. - -
. : -- .0.... and some overlook a Itpd ../8THREE ---- E.9845..78 4/10 acre on US 301.
AUTOMOBILESlisa Reduce; safe' ;aad fast with ..... Priced ta sell with i viT iiiG"HTs.-1 FARM .40 Acrea Lawtey. I. I bath ...
GoBeee Tableta aad E-Vap terms. from S200 down to 140 to 5 acre tracta In White Oak. LOTS sawed far Area. Aoaoet eae acre aeraer 964-7739 - -
.-III "water pule.*, AadrawaDrag. per month. Cammerclal Ridge. Reaaanably priced. mobile. ....., 0.. lot baadoublewlda PRESTIGIOUS"'NEIGH. III. la .tewa. .'.-. Termaoffered. Jaaet Staring 36 J5 Acres 13 10' oa UH

.15 W. Mala St..Lake frontage OB SR-21 available. Owner financed. Phone .473- MH with 3 BR. I ---------- Aaeeclata. 7824896 301. Ter.... 1 6,100.
1..11.8., Ztpd 4/13 "73-4375.3130 2283. 4/6 4lchg 4/27 bath, ether 2 lot. could beaaad Split-
lisa COMET v-s. AC. PS. Owner tt/chg Bedroom PI..,3 Bedroom, 984-6N11 - -
--------- for reatal. Maay trees.loeaUd DAV.KVE4 WEF.KKNUS
70 Volkewegoa new engine. 2 bath, convenient ta AaaaelataaIreae
FOR "i t 7'hYaIou. lilDE-A B :O-8b.---; : la nearby Ilampt. Phone 782-38IM
will trade for pick-up.. Call BRADFORD SEPTIC 4 hopping aad Koyeteaa L. F.ulk.srS .
after 3 p.m. .........,.. 782- TANK SERVICE I..........' sell together .r "yra. old, ...d. recovering, 118,00. Deuglaa A alt.lI.R. Helgkta School.COMMERCIAL. EvaaJa.a 4-814X
3321. Itpd 4/6 tie .....-..,.. '''0. Fast separately,IB Key atone City qu".. .1... S7S. call 496- **. Real Estate Broker. -- --- 8.... M........ MOBILE HOME
_,,,1.. ......Ia.d. Ph... nmlta. Pheao 473-2463 between 3075. ../8 Ztnd .4/13 T2526. 3/30 lie'8" : LOT IN E........ -1..04.. .ClI7I
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1974. .Chevrolet Suburban, 844)lgl4tpd_ 4-6 p... 3/30 2tchg STARKEi "' .500. Vada Sattlea PARKINSIDE : .
4/6 HOUSE FOR SALE-I BR. _......
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Good condition. Clean. Kea SEAMSTRESS Alt..*- completely remodeled I.I.tow. CITY LIMITS I beautltul heavily ,
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\' 1 Met' RSBist Youth .., lope- Revival> Set:April 9-14: ,:;;

CHURCH U1n-'t rigt'ttal&/ '
ii]] Y ( "tl< Revival services ,,begin.,: at l ";
NEWS Don Deat.aTwtbDirector..' with the following officersbeing Hop Baptist Chung. Sunday, la the ,pastorate;; :'He' is
elected: President- j jY April 9th, and Win Continue presently pastor of the Sunny-
Senior Youth: The Donna Thornton Vice through Friday night April side Baptist Church In Kings-
President-Kelli Carver andSecretary Tennessee
youth group metal the Church 14th. pert*
Rev. M.E. Drake To Be Honored on Sunday Evening. Chuck Treasurer--Krlsty There will be both morning, Special services! for children
Williams gave the devotfin. Johns. The meeting time for ,' and evening services, The ages 4 through 10, will be held
"Trust In God". this'aroup has been changedfrom service will each night at 7:30: In the old
morning begin at
Rev. M.E. Drake, pastor of The special Sunday services 'The youth will be holding a 6 to 7:30: p.m. each 10:30: ,and the evening service church buildln(..There will bej
the Starke Church of God will will begin at 11 .a.m. where yard sale in the courtyard of Sunday evening at 730. ,puppets, Bible .torlea/,
be honored by his congregation various departments of the the First United Methodist Both youth groups will E1.LJRev. The evangelist will be.Rev. singing, games, and
April 9, the day being church will present the pastor Church on Saturday, April 8 sponsor Gospel Sing at the Richard Ratliff lromKingsport' surprises '
designated "Pastor Appreciation ., with special awards and from 9 a.m. until l :2 pm., Church from 7 to 9 The p.m. on Tennessee Rev. Specials In song will be
Day" recognition in appreciation for Proceeds from the sale will be Saturday April 15th. Sing Ratliff has conducted over 250: presented by the church choir
The special event will give his leadership here.Ohmer I used by the youth for a week will feature The FramptonFamily" revival meetings In 15 states each night under the direction
t retreat at New from Starke and the of the Minister of Music
end Smyrna ,
recognition to Rev. Drake for has
He spent 9 In full
M.E. Drake Quartet from Richard Ratlin years
his outstanding contribution to on the grounds will Rev and Mrs. Beach. Songsman Franklin Nazworth.
the Church community as follow the morning service. Junior Youth: The Ocala. Everyone .la Invited to Nurseries will be provided
a pastor and leader. The church extends a warm organizational meeting of the attend. for the babies) and toddlers.
The Drakes came to StarkeIn welcome to their friends and EDWARDS junior youth group was held Mrs. Ernestine Denmarkand coming The church la located
September 1973 and since visitors of the community to Sunday evening. Fifteen youth Mrs. Ann Whiffen served between Starke and Keystone
that time he has earned the come and observe this special NEWS enrolled In the program. An snack supper to both groups News Heights on highway 100.
love and respect of the church day.The election of officers were held Sunday evening. Pastor Merle Packham and
and community as a result of Church of God is Spring Meeting -----..--...-- Carolyn Eaves the congregation of the Hope
his dedication and labor of located at 422 N. St Clair Mrs Anne Sa mans, Baptist Church extend a wel-
love. street, Starke. president, presided at the 9648912Dlwlght come to the public to attend
Spring Meeting: of the Gainesville The Bradford County Fair Is will receive a stuffed frog. In these services.

Vic Wickman To Address Gospel Group Deanery of the St. over for another year! Sure addition, each troop will
Augustine Diocesan Council of hope you all enjoyed the fair receive a complimentary book
Catholic Women hosted by St. and took notice of the Girl from Reader's Digest. Now Is
STARKE: Vic Wickman one In November, 1975, he said Mary's Altar Society at Mac- Scout Booth. the time to renew or subscribeto
of America's leading life Insurance he turned his'business over to 's Country Club on : .' Many thanks to Archer magazines and help yourself .
Marc '
men, will be the guest the Lord and that God has 30. Tanner for sponsoring us and Council the troop and
speaker for the dinner used him since ass vehicle to New officer elected at this : to Senior troop No. 669 for the :your favorite scout
meeting of the Starke Chapter reach many for Christ and to meeting were: President- __ fine job they did on the booth. Camp folders were mailed
of the Full Gospel Business minister the healing touch of Mrs. Mariana Cerda of The girls displayed activitiesthat out last week. Each registeredscout
Men's Fellowship set the Lord. Gainesville's Holy Faith carried out each of the should have received
Saturday April 8, at the Church; Vice President-Mrs. five Worlds of Scouting; The one. Gateway Council offers
Starke Golf and Country Club. The dinner portion of the Antoinette Coss of St. world of the out of doors, the camperships for both day and A.k
meeting begins at 8 p.m. and Edward'; Secretary-Mrs.Onelia world of the arts, the world of resident camps to Scouts who
Wickman Is a noted national those persons who wish to Diaz of Gainesville' well being, the world of people would not have a summer Charley
speaker within the life Insurance attend need to make reservations St. Patrick's Church; and the world of today and camping experience without
Industry As a by calling the Morning Tre lurerMn.lJelen tomorrow.In financial assistance These' E.
qualifying( member of the Sun Health .Food Store In Luther of Epiphany parish in addition'to' the displays, funds come from our annual
Million Dollar Round Table Starke, 964-8976, Norm Rivers Lake City. Mrs Helen Lynch live puppet shows were presented cookie sale and Individual
and a founding member of the In Melrose at 473-1976 or Ed of Lake City and Mrs. JoAnn I each day. The girls gifts. Cam rships forms are Johna ?
Five Million Dollar Forum, he Longnecker( In Keystone at Page of Gainesville were I worked hard and were pleasedto available from troop leaders "A careless act can cause
found that success did not fill 4732702. appointed to the Diocesan be awarded a second placeIn and must be returned to another
I his God-shaped void. Board. Lonnle Dart helps arrange some of the art on display at the the Youth Education Division. council by April 15. person to lose "I.IlighL.hl .
Tickets are $3.:SO and may Reverend Father Flannan Bradford County Library Many thanks to all who Four local girls; Theresa masculinity..and
I After running from the Lord be paid at the door. Walsh of Gainesville, Spiritual helped and especially to the Ricks Jules! Wise and result In a law suit for
for over three years Deadline for re reservations Moderator of the Deanery, Boy Scouts and library who Michelle Kimutis.all of troop $100,000 or more. The
I Wickman stated, he accepted 2 p.m. Saturday. Those unableto installed officers at LibraryCelebratesiNstionalLibrary Week allowed us to use the puppet 605 and Melanie Gohazen of usual $10,000 personal
Jesus as his Lord in July 1U75, attend the dinner are Invited ceremonies during the Mass. stage. You did a ,fine job troop 744 attended the Sixth liability policy Is no longer
and received the baptism In to the ministry portion of The Mass was concelebratedby 1,2,3,4,5,6.Count on your brate..we're counting on you. Seniors and we are proud of Grader Round-up at Camp adequate. Can the Charley
the Holy Spirit and Fire the the meeting which will beginat Father Walsh Rev. Father public library..from soup to To help celebrate this week you! Kateri .In Orange Springs. E. Johns
following month 7 p.m. Patrick Foley, St. Edward'spastor nuts! The public library is the public library Is having Its After setting up the booth at This Is a bridging event for all Agency increasemy
Rev Father Anthony here for Whether "Annual Art Show"- the fair, troop 669 had a 6th grade girls going into ComprehensivePersonal
Sebra, host pastor, and Rev. need Information you. Ideas,you a displaying local talent in art cookout at Camp Neyatl. The Cadettes next year. The girls Liability to
Father Thomas Gordon, book, or a record, come to the work and crafts. food was great, the weatherwas were picked up by bus at 8 S100,000..even $1,000,000for
J pastor of Lake City'sEpiphany Bradford County Public Some of the participating good and a great time was a.m. Saturday and returned just a few dollars more
Ie OBITUARIEShlrs. JI J Church. Mrs. Coss Library on 105 E. Jackson St. artists are Naida Reichner, had by all the girls and their home at 5 p.m. Sunday. A premium?"
served as organist for the In Starke or call 964-6400 and Millard Judd, Andy Jordan, guests. great weekend of fun, friendship .
Mass!. find out about our Bookmobile Grace Ritch, J.E. Denmark, OS.P. forms were all and sharing. The girls Charley E.
Mrs. Gladys White of stops. Judy Flynn, LD. Huffaker, handed out this week in troop enjoyed tho primitive
Jacksonville spoke on behalf Cindy Zurfluh, John The subscription ( dug their
Florida Your public library Is meetings. magazine camping even own JOHNS AGENCY
Nellie Eunice McKlnney, Born May 9, 1933 at Brooks. of the Council of celebrating"National Library Hamilton, Vernon Potter sale Is sponsored by latrine), swimming and
73 ville, Florida, Mr. Smart wasa Catholic Women. Week" April 2-Aprll 8. Comeon Donald Church, DonaldSmith Reader's Digest with 40 campfires, and meeting so 131 S WALNUT ST. STARKE
and Mrs. Dot Griffin of Flagler John Henniger, Ralph of the new friends. .
farmer a member of the in and help us cele- percent subscription many PHONE 964 5070
Mrs. Nellie K McKinney, Baptist Church. Beach outlined plans for the Yannotta and Jorge Diaz. cost going to the benefit of the
73, died Tuesday morning Survivors include his Diocesan Convention planned The art will be on display Girl Scouts. This is not a doorto
for April 23 thru 25 at the Auto Burnson IS. Dan Smith ------------------------
April door If do
from Injuries received in a car mother, Mrs. Mattie Hender through sale. you not havea
accident She was born and son of Law ley; three Sheratin Palm Coast Resort Director of the BradfordCounty scout In your family, please 5i i
had lived her entire life In brothers: Ralph Smart and Inn.The 301 Southby Public Library, contact your favorite one to I 1.11'I- I
Bradford County, She was a Carl Smart, both of Jack luncheon guest speakerwas extends to you a special Invitation place on order or to renew a I 1 I I
member of the First Chirstlan sonville, and Buddy Smart, Mr. Glen Kuhnel to visit the library magazine. Each girl sellingone Mini Star
Church of Starke. She was retired Lawtey; four sisters: Mrs. Superintendent of Catholic Ann Allen Rhoden during these special two subscription will receive a ,' !
from Sunland Training Mary Cannon and Mrs. Ruby Schools and Director of Fires last week totaled $800 weeks and see some of the art "Superstar' pin, each selling J
Center. Holcomb, both of Jacksonville Religious Education for the in damage to a 1968 Chevrolet work by your talented three will receive a pin and a I t
She Is survived by one son: ; Mrs. Hazel Rowe of Diocese of SL Augustine.Also Nova owned by Randy Corbinof neighbors. patch and each selling five I Now'Being Built t tI
Frank McKinney of Jacksonville Starke avid Mrs. Myrtice attending the Meeting Starke. ,
her step-mother. : Clemons of Lake Butler. from St Edward's were: Mrs. The fire occurred on South I ( Starkes Own Mini Storage Available, .Soon ) I
Mrs. Alma Dyal of Hampton; .'uneralservlces were held Joseph Cissy, Mrs Carol 301 at 8:10: a.m. March 30.'ui. Slater's I .. ''I'II
four sisters: Mrs. Mae Varnes Wednesday, April 5'. In the Ashline, Mrs. Claire Brunettl Other fires Included a woods Storage For -
and Mrs. Clara Herscy of Long Branch Baptist Church Mrs Josephine Cumber, Mrs. fire March 30, at 8:42: p.m., ,-
Starke; Mrs. Bertie Durhamof with Rev. Thomas Smart officiating Henry StefaneUi and Mrs. behind the home of Lacy Food & Seat FurnitureClothing Ie II I
Jacksonville and Mrs. Burial was In the Dolores Meng.Assembly. Silcox at 905 Pratt St. No a
Peggy Glover of Camp church cemetery DeWitt C. of God damage was reported. ,Open U.S. 301 9S I
Blancling; five brothers: Jones Funeral Home was in April 1 at 10:24: p.m. a woods 7AM12PM. Walnut St. II I
Charlie Dyal of Jacksonville, charge of arrangements. fire was reported off South I
Jack Dyal of Hampton, Sets Services 301 damage was reported. SUNBEAM LARGE I Boats- I
Horace Dyal of West Palm Sunday services: Bible April 2. at 3:45: p.m. a trash MOTOR OIL I
Beach Bobby Dyal of Hawaii, I\1n. Nancy Starling(, 91 study 10 a.m.; morning and woods fire was reportedat BREAD EGOS Many Other Items II
Jerry Dyal of Starke; two Mrs. Nancy Starling, 91, of worship 11 a.m. Evangelistic the old city dump. No Flat I
grandchildren: Sheila Campof Rt I. Lawtey, died at her service, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday damage was reported. 2 Loaves 79 30..,. f'O TOM lye 00, tlS9 Unit Size From 6' X 6' Up To 10'X2O'Booking :
call to
Jacksonville Irvin home Saturday, April 1, night, Bible Study, 7 p.m. Another was reported
McKinney of Jacksonville and following a long illness. Royal Rangers Missionettes the fire department at the city I
one great.grandchild. Born in Clay County, August 7:30: p.m. Fridays. dump on April 3. No damagewas BORDEN'S Now 1I
Funeral services will be 16, 18116, Mrs. Starling had Chicken pilau Saturday, reported. hl DRANK BEER 964-8286 I
held Thursday, April 6 In lived In Lawtey for many April 8, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. All MILK I Phone I II ,
Archer-Tanner Funeral Home years. She was a member of donations will go towards the BMS Math Dept. 4400 For More Information I
Chapel at 3 with Itev the faith. cast
p.m Baptist building fund of the church. G., 1 0
Love officiating Interment Survivors Include: one
Adults children
$150 75
will follow In Browns Ceme daughter Mrs. Lois Tanner of cents. Sets April 13
tery under the direction of Lawtey; 4 grandchildren( ; 22
Archer-Tanner "'unerailiome great.grandchildren, and 13 For DiscussionParents
of Starke. great-great-grandchildren. St.Mark's Sets
Funeral services were held of Bradford Middle
loulsK:. Smart, 44 Monday afternoon, April 3, in Schedule School students who want to DEALIN' DAYS.
the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral During
visit with the math teachersare
Louis E Smart 44. of Rt 1, Home Chapel with Rev. E.C. .
: Invitee to the school
Lav.ley. died suddenly at his
St.Mark's Episcopal'
Harvey officiating Burial was
Thursday, April 13, 7:30: p.m.
home Monday evening April Schedule for the week of
in the family plot in Kinglsey April
to discuss and review the
::1. -... Lake:. CemetervJ 6th through 12th. math department and the; .,
Sunday: 8:30: a.m., Holy problems of the various'students. SPECIAL LOW PRICES
r Eucharist; 9:45: a.m.. Church .

J I Fresh From Our Faril| School Prayer.; 11 a.m., Morning with BMS superintendent math teachers Tom met

I CLEO MembersTo Casey problems March 24 of the regardingthe math on new MF tractors and implements! .

STRAWBERRIES J department at the school. ,
II Teachers agreed to invite. c
I ., I. Meet April parents to a meeting to help'' "''I ;;
59 c $ -100 I parents realize what problemsthe \\f ,
SAVE UP TO $2 200
Pint Quart I The next meeting of the students are facing in their
I I' ,
I Crystal Lake Environmental work and how they, as v,
Organization will be held on parents, can help. =
Sunday, Aprils at 2-30: pm. at f We've got other bargain machines in stock, at raF a

ii Beach the Crystal Lake Homesites prices you'll find hard to believe. Come see, come ,

SAVE! 1- ii
4"i Guest speaker Dr. Katherine "'.
I C. Ewel of the School of Truck Load Oil Sale for Use in Ford MF Deere '
Forest Resources and Conservation Internat'l Others '
University of Florida,
will discuss the role of the

LETTUCE 39 Head | the property health owner and survival in protecting of the New 5 Ft. 3 Pt. Tandem Harrow. JAM, : $299 Don't male aNew

lakes and streams near the Chili has been named the., \ .
residence.. state dish of Taxat. 1 Row Cultivator w/Sweep $ttS $99 deal until you

,_ New Single Disc Harrow ; $245
CROAKER Fresh Water e U Q IllQ: TOOLS New.Cole 1 Row Planter & Fert. $345 $225 I

i LB. 7ge WHITE PERCH NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY TOOLS New 5 FL 3 Pt Bush Hog Type Mower '$5W i. $350

M NemALLNEWAADGUARAMTEED ,.' a New 6 Ft. 3 Pt. Rear Blades ;U5 ;: $145 Flexible Financing, '
I MULLET '. with payment'
LB. ,
I 6ge ggc New 3 Pt. Crane Booms .s&5' $39 plan to suit you
LF ? Roll Around Tool Boxes Table Saws, Drill Prases, vises. I /'J
Air Compressors! > Man Sawt, Air Impact Wrenches R (Prices Good Thru April 28)) ,
All Fish Purchased D ("/." To 1"Odnderes) Routers. Belt Sanders. Air Sanders

Cleaned Free Of Charge Drills, Buffers SocKet Sets < V." To 1:"h) Drive Wrench r ? '

T Sets, Electric Sawl sat. Chicago. Pneumatic :"
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Produce & l HE0.-lsrilll 7:30 P.I.: V I
Edward I Reid J, l 5353 West Beaver Street
Seafood Market '300 in Retail Merchandise S -! i Jacksonville, Florida

To Be Given Away During The Sale ((904)) 781-9011

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OJP.CN Bi3O.; am Lamar Williams Auctioneer River City Auction

Uc. No.87 Come See Wild Bill/ Oecatur, Al. e