Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
March 15, 1979
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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4 4 ''t' ; i'tM' 'Before the City of Starke- is sub- now has with FPL is sufficient for the time stating he was voting again! the

jected to yet further Indebtedness the next 15 or 20 years. Warren says but proposl because the engineers would .. .1:
Issue of whether to float another bond the capacity needs to be Increased at not estimate how much a sludy of the
issue should be placed on a ballot the city's substation. parallel interconnection: might foul
says Mayor-Commissioner Joe War- Total cost of another substationmay the cily.
run as high as $150,000 to It was the recommendation of the
dywPv ten.Taking a conservative Stand on city 1200.000 Warren says. "Of course, power plant bond trustees to enter into
y finances Mayor Warren was the lone' you can see that's a long way from the agreement with Beck &
dissenter paying a million dollars for a parallel .:
February 6 to a council Associates. Utility Committee Chairman "
decision to investigate a parallel electrical tie." Vernon Silcox who said he'd(
tie with Florida Power & Light Increasing the amount of current been trying for a year to get Beck 4
which,'early estimates say could cost supplied by FPL through the present Associates to meet with the council, :
} $800,000 to implement. That would tie-In hasn t been explored by the city huddled in a private session with
translate Into a million-dollar-plus fathers Warren points out. "I've bond trustees Cliff Hazerl. Ben Mox-
bond issue by the time fiscal and legal heard it but nobody else has." ley. and X.M. Smith and the Beck &.
fees are added, Warren points out The present substation on East Associates engineer Howard Sims, ;
and the payback Would be much more Call Street at Alligator Creek can before recommending the agreement
than $1 million. produce as much power as the city's
Warren also points out t the city Is entire power plant by upgrading the Sims declined despite repeated re*
quests in the Feb. 6 meeting, to place!
already In debt to the tune of some IS substation. Warren says
million and won't be paid out until the any price figure on the proposed
"There Is no sense In driving the city parallel tie with FPL.
turn of the century.A .
parallel tie, recommended by the states.At further. Into debt, the mayor "It's not going to be cheap. 'It's going .j
I Queen Shan StrawberryStrawberry firm of R.W. Beck Ic "
Samples Ripening Bradford ; Associates engineering of Orlando would also present the city Is drawing approximately to cost you some money. Sims !
told the council. f
4.500 KW of about -
Queen Shan Edwards samples an early-ripe a few. Leon Starling says his patch above, is a week or so allow the city power plant and Florida half the city's current power demand Warren supplied the million-dollar ,-:
berry from the field of Leon Starling just off SR-225 and a behind the others!! because he planted later. Power & Light to feed current through the FPL tie-in. Capacity of figure at the Feb. 6 meeting. The : "
mile from US-301 at Lawtey. Shan pronounced the "Weather permitting we'll have a good crop for the' simultaneously into city distribution the substation could be doubled If mayor-commissioner pointed out a
berriesto fair." Sandra Norman Buddy's wife. The Norman's lines and would allow both city and bond Issue wouild be to A
Florida Bell as being sweet and was given a dozen says FPL would agree to supply that much necessary
take home by Starling. expected pick today. Late cold weather held the berries f FPL current to be varied according to current to the city, Warren slates upgrade the power plant and buy new
back and now, if the rain has stopped, the 100-acres of berries demand and availability. In addition. switchgear for the Increased load if
White dots) every berry field now and green berries are in the county should come in strong by the end of the .' a parallel tie would tie the city into In the Feb. 6 decision, the city commission the city gets a parallel tie-in with
growing larger everyday. Some growers are scrapping month and be plentiful for the county fair which runs ." the state power generating structure, voted 4-1 to: 1) retain Beck FPL.
berries now. Buddy; Norman and Morris Carter are picking March 2831. enabling the city to purchase power Associates for general engineering The city's basic philosophy, Warren
from any producer tied into the services for the electrical system told the council Feb. 6, should be to
statewide system. and 2) tc: retain Beck & Associates to work the city out of debt. He warned '
', The present city tie-in with FPL requires make a study of a parallel interconnection the engineer's proposl would place
a 10<<1 to 13 minute switchover with FPL. Warren was the the deeper into debt. "Who would
1 Griffin's Fate .
,) Jury: to Decide h..: .time,'Outages which in parts could of mean the town.brief power lone dissenter to that decision, at the gain? Warren asked Feb. 6.
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I oday In 'zippy'M Trial ..VFPL.MMHn power.. of that demand tha would same for type supply the it next now the ties 15 city's or with-20/ G SP n LlJ l mi'

years 'at a much lower cost than a

3 The Zippy! Mart murder trial la expected Lundgren, 20. and Keith Kirchaine hadn't reported it sooner. Henry said million dollars. .t
to reach the jury about noon 16, to death the night of Sept 11, 1975. he had lived in the neighborhood a "This same thing can be accomplished Fight FizzlesEarly
today <( day in which two state witnesses Identified Taking the stand at mid-morning him and he didn't want to betray a without paying an engineer or .
Kenneth Griffin 33, of Wednesday, Willie James Bryant, 29, confidence. He. said he didn't tell floating a bond Issue'* Warren states. '-" .
Gainesville as the man who shot Glen of Gainesville, driver of the car that about it until about two months ago "This u. what. I want to get to the peo plans to contest the rezoningof dropped apparently for unwillingness -
took Griffin and a companion, Robert when contacted by law enforcement ple. property on North 301 to general industrial of the property owners involved
John Hinson, to the Zippy Mart site at officers. "Someone must have seen All we need is another substation as a site for Slade Trans to contribute funds to a "war chest" t
the Junction of U. S. 301, and State me talking to Griffin" Henry said. ,"Warren states. The tie the city port's LP gas storage plant have been blight the matter In court. I IA
: brier Road 18, told how he parked the car meeting called for last Saturday \
men entered, a shot was fired and some 50 property owners in the area i
Griffin and Hinson came out the door MI arshal .surrounding the proposed plant site I
Griffin with a gun in one hand, ana HamptonFor on Carpet had. been notified. Ray Williams. ,
Hinson carrying a brown bag. Griffin owner of the To-Rena Motel, said he
was also lorcibly -steering the Kir advanced money to have an attorney. I L
chaine boy to the car, with the youth's Cap Wilson, of Gainesville, attend the '
head locked under his arm. Issuingr.Hampton Fbo Few Speeding Ticketsrevenue meeting and explain the procedure to :,
be followed but no one else attending
State's Ken Hebert told I
Attorney expressed willingness to participate.

the truck jury driver Monday, later that found Louis Lundgren Gerena tying a city councilmen want (fa coming in to pay for the other action was taken. Still unresolved In a 3-2 vote at its March 6 meeting

behind a counter In the store, shot more revenue from traffic tickets, new equipment Is a means of catching resident the City Council overturned an earlier ,
through the head. Gerena was in Mexico and they let Town Marshal Steve Var- Varnum said he didn't want Hampton speeders in the act, and committee unanimous recommendation by the '
however and could not be calledto num know about it Tuesday, March to become known as a speed trap, members agreed that a set schedule City Zoning and Planning Board [ '
I testify. 13, in the regular council meeting and and he added several posted speed would not be the answer. against the rezoning.Mrs. : : ,
Bryant said he was approached in in a called police committee meeting limit signs are positioned in such a At present, Varnum is on 24-hour Claire Capps a zoning board .
Trmflday March ISTh early evening near his home by Griffin afterwards. way that makes them difficult to see, call and sets his own working hours. member, criticized the council's decision 1
V and Hinson who offered to pay him Police Committee Chairwoman namely the 30 mile per hour sign on Varnum took when over elected the post marshal In October calling the action "spot :zoning"and f'

,..Riven to drive them somewhere in his wife's Lola Williamson brought out the fact SR-18 that is hidden by a palm tree. Dave Huber 1978 because of differences contrary to all good zoning practices -
LEGAL SERVICES car. which Bryant had at the time. in the council meeting that a police Aside from Police Committee thetowDI requests with the city council on the "Zoning is supposed to,encourage -
,'; (L.gaIAId- After stopping to get gas and buy a report had not been presented to the that Varnum Increase of the people to go into areas planned
: revenue with more tickets, no operation department. for their of '
type endeavor she
of beer and
Will Not I. In Srorfc.' Today, N.w six-pack they got on 301 council two months.
drove to the Zippy Mart In Bradford
Will I. Announced Soon. said.Mayor
location County. "I can't see paying $500 a month to Joe Warren said at the hearing .
r -- Under questioning Bryant said he a man with nothing to report for two Wilton Hart New Hampton Councilman that he felt it was essential that ..
f I. told a Gainesville police Investigatorabout months;'sald Williamson expressing the gas plant be moved away from the i
: I... Monday March" the robbery and shooting in disappointment over the recent performance Wilton Hart was sworn in as the Councilwoman Wilma McDaniel. shopping center and that he believed "
i September, 1978, after he kept bearIng of Marshal Varnum. councilman Tues Hart immediately assumed the duties his action In voting for the rezoning
new Hampton city
"rumors" about the incident and and committee positions previouslyheld would prove to be "the best decision
BradfordUnionVOLUNTEIRS March 13, replacing
MElTING discussed it with his wife and father. Varnum said he had Issued several day former night.councilman Leonard Darrah by Darrah. for the citizens: of Starke." ,
Noon lie admitted that he knew he would speeding tickets over the two month who resigned at the February First order of business facing the The plant had been a source of con 'f
Bradford Agriculture not be prosecuted U he talked, and period but did not have enough of a meeting because of a move outside new councilman was working with the troversy ever since a spark from ;
Building 4-H Olflco/ also that he had been an informer for report 'to .waste a sheet of paper on.' the city limits to Starke. fire committee of Councilman some source presumably ignited gas I
-.-. the police on several other occasions. It was brought out by Councilwoman : Charles Rowland and fireman Curtis fumes Dec. 15 causing several hun t
SCHOOL BOARD Wilma McDaniel that most speeding 'Wife and City Clerk Iris Hart sw.ore Brooks In reorganizing the volunteer dred people to be evacuated from '/
7!J..... He said after getting into the car at offender. in the city are residents her husband in after a nomination? by fire department. their homes. /1
the Zippy Mart Griffin told him to and Varnum said this fact seriously I
x ,Administration BuildingTuotdoy. drive West on SR-18 until they came deterred his efforts to stop speeders. .
!'r. .' -- to the junction with SR-227 north of "AU the resident offenders know '
1. .', .March 20 Graham. Griffin then told him to turn where I live and if they see my squadcar Officials Mum on Reason for Police SuspensionsStarke III
left, directing him to pull off the road gone, they: know to watch their,
after a short distance. Bryant said step. If the car Is parked in front of
STAIIKlCOUHCIL Griffin then pulled Kirchaine out of my house they know they can Police Chief Jimmy Bowen cumstances of the investigation at Lt. DeVoe was contacted late
7 p.m. the car with the boy pleading speed." Varnum pointed out. Coun- and State Attorney's Office that time. Wednesday and said Chief Bowen had
At City HailThursd.y "Please don't kill me," Griffin pulled! ,cilman McDaniel agreed. "They spokesmen remain tight-lipped about Assistant State Attorney 'Tom not discussed reasons for the suspension :.
the youth into the woods and underbrush '* circumstances the Elwell State Attorney InvestigatorWiley
'. .. -- ,. know your every move. with him but he did say he was .
', about SO feet off the left hand In the police committee meeting, March 2 suspension of two.Starke Clark, and Bowen would not under the Impression that accusa _;:

.March 22 .. side of the road Bryant said. He could McDaniel and Williamson told Varnum policemen.An release for publication the reasons. for tlona had been made against himself
: see the two. although it was dark they felt he should be doing a bet Internal'police department Investigation the suspension. and Cap Rhoden. DeVoe mid he did
heard a shot and saw Kirchaine fall to ter Job. but when asked If he felt he Is by Elwell said there is a possibility the not know who had made the accusation
ANNUAL MEETING the ground. Griffin then fired another Chief Possibility 'r.
was doing the best job he could, Var Bowen. of a grand ) convenes March. *!.
.. I V shot.Bryant said later testifying that num replied yes. jury Investigation Is also being raised will consider the case. The asslatanstate's ., -. .,:
Clay Elocfrte C.-ep :it could have been more. Kirchaine by the local State Attorney's Office. Capt. Rhoden could not be reached.
attorney added that his office ,
..FrooChlclioaLwiciiBHS b .a killed five shots
h" by
reportedly was "As marshal there are other things ,Capt. Scottie Rhoden and LL Den- makes the final determination as to i'
-- that caused him to bleed to death to do besides catch speeders. In the March 2 \ ..
At..u.. ton DeVoe were suspended whether the case will go before the ) ;
Winter after he himself back on the
pulled .
past two month, I've been contacted ; grand The investigation
Jury. police department -
SPORTS BANQUET highway. Griffin then directed Bryantto where by Southern Railroad investigators tang police department activities was can lead only to suspensions Index-; :;: <'
7p.m. drive back to Gainesville
twice, Alachua sheriffs officers once supplied to Bowen by the State At \ or other actions within the .
SNrk.V..Cafaodum the 'wheel man" let his passengersout and the Bradford Sheriff office torney's office. department. :\;'. .'
and Griffin gave him$29 out of the several times when conducting that after ,. .
they were Bowen said Wednesday Investigator Clark said the state at. "'.
Courtesy of sack, alto investigations," the marshal ad two weeks of Investigation,, headed by torney's office Is not Investigating the ONi CfIONI -1j 1jNwia..4. 1:; ,.... .. ",, :,;' : \'
idoedtdeendantsaying ded.Varnum also gave a*an example Police Investigator George matter at this time :' v
Griffin of for has ..... .. .MAN ai
recent surveillance <
JACKSON BUILDING a a garage TomasovUch no factuallWldence ', g
told him in a friendly conversa- 15 total tours in an attempt to catch beep produced verifying Information "We don't want to set the tone tots Sad"} .--.... ._0" .. ..'*.r...1! "
SUPPLY of Starke tion after the day of the murders; that persons stealing gasoline. supplied the State Attorneys office.: possible grand jury Investigation.This IdMorUrfrHra/ .. .... ... ....'. .,..** J '.+ ..
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April 1 14& 19-21 ('A'.h;

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"Fiddler On The Roof" put,on byApril 13 and Saturday April 141; also
the Bradford Players under the direct'! April 19, 20and 21 at the Starke Golf
tion of Richard Jockel wilt be and Country Club. d
I presented Thursday,April 12,Friday, Tickets are$8.00 each.Call 864-6046. ; '

Marcia Woods, D, Lee Hardenbrook :.t

1 To Wed April 21

Bradford High School; .to a student at i.ll:
Santa Fe JunJorOUege and is iI<; .. ,
employed In the Property Appraisers .' .it. \ I'"
office at the Bradford County Courthouse \ ,i. 'f 'I'
of Starke. '
The wedding will be an event of "t' !. ti.. .

April 21 at 3 p.m. In the First United
q 1 1 Methodist Church of Starke'with a ,
I Mable Kay Jones Harvey McCarthy rN
reception following in the Starke

Mable Kay Jones, Denise Winkler, Woman's All friends Club.and relatives of. the couple -

Bill ..1 are invited to attend. t1r'1
Harvey McCarthy Adams To s

Date Wed March 17 Denise WinklerHonoredatTwo
Wedding xl ,
Winkler and Bill {
Miss Denise
Mr and Mrs. Mack C. Jones an-
Adams will be united in marriage '"
their nounce daughter the approaching, Mable Kay marriage,to Harvey of Saturday night March 17, at 7 p.m. in r'' .'...... .>&.t.1: Parties Recently 'I
the United Methodist Church
Wayne McCarthy son of Mr. and First Marcia J.Woods
Mrs. James H. McCarthy, all of with a reception following in the D.Lee Hardenbrook ,
Starke. Starke Woman's Club. Miss Denise Winkler whose marriage .
The wedding will take place Friday All Friends and relatives are In- Announcement is made of the approaching -: to Bill Adams will be an event of ". ':.l' :,' ,'W .
vited to attend marriage of Ms. Marcia J. March 17 honored 'i!: Y'
March 23. at 7 p.m. in the Heilbronn was at a coffee "
Baptist Church with a reception woods, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saturday, March 10, at the home of 'f"''if'I"; .'1'(" ,
following. Ollie Williamson of Hampton to D. Mrs. Olin White.Hostesses :' IJ: .
All friends and relatives are invitedto Huston McClane underwent Lee Hardenbrook, son of Mr. and H'-i'';;." f
attend surgery Tuesday in St. Vincent's Mrs. Donald Hardenbrook of Starke. with Mrs. White were
Hospital. Ms. Woods is a graduate of Brad- Mrs. Joan ChItty, Mrs. Lindx Johns,
+. ... ford High School and Santa Fe Junior Mrs. J. M.Montuoro,Mr.Drew Reddish
Misses Jean Mundy and Sharon Sot College; is a member of the Florida Mrs. J. R. RcJdish and Mrs.Robi3la .
Mr. and Mrs. John Glover of Atlantic ford of Tallahassee will spend the National Guard and is presently Shaper.rkrs. .
Beach were weekend guests of Mr. weekend at the Mundy cottage at employed as a Supply Clerk at 631st White greeted the guests atthe
and Lake. Company of Stark --- -----
Mrs. Curtis Sanders. Kingsley door and presented them to the --
Mr. Hardenbrook is a graduate of leceiving line composed of Miss Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rathmann

L Winkler, Mrs. Warren Winkler and
Mrs. H. H. Adams. Karron Green and Michael Rathmann I
Floral corsages were presented to
the honoree, her mother, Mrs.
MALONE" Winkler, and mother of the prospec- Wed Feb. 10 at Home CeremonyKarron

tive groom, Mrs. Adams. The
hostesses also presented Miss Gail Green,daughter of Mr. nosegay of red carnations pompomsand
Winkler the gravy bowl to her casual and Mrs. Delbert Green of Starke baby's breath.
china. became the bride of Michael Mrs. Phoebe Bakken, director,
Mrs. Chitty and Mrs.Drew Reddish Lawrence Rathmann of Raiford, son greeted the guests at the door.
Four "Spectacular" Values CHOICE I invited the guests into the dining of Mr. and Mrs. Russell LaPointe of The home was decorated with two
area. Mrs. Montuoro passed out the Chicago, 111.on Saturday,Feb. 10,at 2 baskets of red carnations,white porn
To Choose From plates and napkins p.m. at the home of the bride's poms, gladiolus and baby's breath. ..
The refreshment table was covered parents. The bride's table was covered witha
with a white Army-Navy table cloth Elder O. M. Yarborough performedthe red and white table cloth and
OF over a yellow linen cloth and centered nuptials. centered with a three tiered wedding
Choose your size, with an arrangement of hand made Miss Kathy Taylor, soloist, cake flanked by red candles at each
r I 'silk iris in shades of yellow, blue and presented a program ofwedding end. Mrs. Barbara McLeod of Jasper
choose your comfort, white in a silver and crystal pedestalvase. music. and Janet Clemens of Lake Butler cut
Max Denson attended as best man. the cake.
and save! -; COMFORT Those pouring coffee and tea at In- Miss Joyce Tetstone served as maidof
tervals were Mrs. P. T. Nolin, Mrs. honor. She wore a long red dress Miss Marie Green, sister-in-law,
;.= -Joseph Valinski. Mrs. John E. Wat with white lace trim and carried a kept the bride's book.
sonIII of Starke and Mrs. John nosegay of white pompoms; carnations Mrs.' Jo Denson and Mrs. Linda
II Adams of Gainesville. and baby's breath. Luthet presided at the punch bowl. .
-SALE !"' Mr!. J. It. ..Reddish--:i&Vit.edI then;Ii Given in marriage by her father, 1 i :Following a four:'flay I)
,, i guests> into the family room where the bride: wore a long white gown with to Disney World the'couple' IS residingff
J I Mrs Robbie Shaller assisted in caring high empire waist line trimmed in in Raiford. 1
for the guests.Arrangements 'white ,lace around the shoulders Both are emplolyed with the
3 of camellias, roses sleeves and skirt. The gown featureda Department of Corrections. Mr.
Save From $60.00 To
Rathmann is a1 Disciplinary In-
M and potted greenery were used at long trail of netting trimmed with
'' + l $160.00 Per Set! vantage points in the party rooms. lace. Her long veil of Illusion was attached vestigator at 'Union/ Correction In
Assisting in serving were Mrs.J. L. to a cap and she carried a stitution.
Choose AndrewsMrs. J. E. Hardy, Miss Cin-
dy Smith and Mrs. M.S.Smlth. Engaged Couple.Honored at Cocktail Party I
FIRM or EXTRA FIRM Approximately 250 guests were in-
vited to call between hours
the of 10 Mr. and Mrs. Pat Farnsworth gavea Assisting were Mrs. Vernon Silcoxof .
a.m. and 12 noon. Mrs. Sarah Bartonof
cocktail party Saturday night at Starke, Webster Farnsworth of
Atlanta, mother of Mrs. H. M. Hat-
their home on Bessent Road for Miss Jacksonville and Miss Nancy Str-
yam n S59.Regularly cher, Jr guest. Denise Winkler and Bill Adams. ingfellow of Gainesville.The .
The refreshment table in the family
The Methodist Chancel Choir
gavea room was centered with a large young couple: were presentedwith
party for Miss Winkler Wednesday wooden three tier Lazy Susan filled a wooden cheese board with
night March 7, following choir glass dome from their hosts
with hors d'oeuvres, On the buffet as a
7! Regularly '89.95 to '99.95 ea pc rehearsal. was an arrangement of white daisies memento of the occasion.Approximately .
The party was held at the home of
50 attended between
I Full Slie-'89.95 ea. pcJ Reg 't19.950\ 129.95 .a. po Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish. and red and yellow pompoms in a
the hours 7:30 and 12
a f"*rr Queen Size-'319.85 Ml/ Reg '299 95 to '329.95 set The refreshment table was covered milk glass basket.J' a.m.
'',' e King Size-'279.95 setReg. '379 95 to '439.95 set with a white linen cloth and centeredby
((3 piece tat) a decorated cake and topped with UDC Donates $300 To Historical SocietyThe I
r, "Best Wishes Bill and Denise". The
cake was flanked by three branch W. T. Weeks chapter UDC November which will be the first time
OR candelabra with burning white voted to give 1300) to the HistoricalSociety in 30 years the convention has been
r'r tapers. Mrs. Nelson Green presidedat for rewiring of the old court held in Florida.
I\ ; the silver coffee and spiced tea ser house, at the meeting Wednesday, Mrs. Guy Sale and Mrs.Weisgerberwill
Choose March 7, held at the Western Steer be chairmen for the Memorial
vice.Among those attending were Mrs. Steak House. Services which will be held April 22.
SUPER FIRM or ULTRA FIRM Warren Winkler and Mrs. H. H. Mrs. Herbert Thomas presided at Mrs. Sale gave an interesting arti-
Adams, mothers of the honored cou .- the business meeting where Mrs. cle on the aftermath of the changing
Mildred Weisgerber of Keystone of life style in America since 1776.
pie.The choir gave Miss Winkler the Heights was welcomed as a new America founded on a secure basis,
round vegetable bowl to her china as member. led by strong leaders and founders
S79. TWIN a memento of the occasion. The National UDC convention will came to establish a country, looking
tat be held at Daytona Beach in for aland of freedom of life and
IACH met religion. Mrs. Sale suggested that all
America In the next year should abide
ail b Regularly M09 95 to '11995 ea. pc. by the United Daughters of the Confederacy

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1VIf! Charlotte Luke and James Stewart New Members Welcomed at KLPOA Supper :,

Married Feb. 24 at Bethel Baptist. ChurchCharlotte Over 60 members and guest of the tal basks.soon as furniture has been I
LiL Klngcfey. Lake Property Owner purchased: and kitchen fMflMic in- W
Darlene Luke, daughter Anderson stalled. ;
presided at the punch table Association enjoyed a covered dbfc
of Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Luke. and which was covered with a white' linen! last Saturday night IB their The president presented lapel pinsto p
James Michael Stewart, son of Mr. cloth trimmed in lace. Encircling: the new chi house, the former Nail's members of the 960 Ckib. who ,;
and Mrs. Floyd James Stewart all of punch bowl was a garland of carna MoN building, recently purchased donated tsoo or more toward purchase
Starke, were united in marrtafl tions and daisies. from F. W. Strickland. of the building. ,
Saturday, Feb. 24, at 7 p.m. in lie Miss Sueann Sanders kept the bride's The interior of the building has bean Three new memberships, .'
Bethel Baptist Church with Mr. Bill book attractively paneled in birch, and Geraldine Hooten. Mr. and Airs. :
LoveU performing the candlelight Following a wedding trip to Silver Gerald D. Moran president Mid it S.A.Wright and Mr. and Mrs Tom
ceremony. Springs the couple Is living at the would be available for use by other Nail, were presented at this time, I
5r' Centering the altar was an arch home of the bride's parents. organizations or individuals,on a ren- making a total of 127 member i
decorated with carnations gladiolus, The bride graduated from Bradford families in the organization. I
daisies and yellow roses, flanked by High School and is a U.T.R. specialistat i
two baskets of the same flowers N.E.F.S.Mr. LlttleAdam Wilson Celebrates ft Birthday J
against a background of spiralcandelabra. Stewart attended VoTechschool .
The pews were marked and is employed by Dupont f
with satin bows and white carnations. Little Adam Wilson, son of Joe and Larry Cochran of Lake Butler and :
Mrs. Lavon Drivas organist, and Terri! Wilson of Starke celebrated his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ricky Lee, soloist presented a program XI Iota Delta first birthday Sunday, March 11 at a Carl Wilson of Heilbrona Springs and
of nuptial music. Sorority party at their home on Morgan road. maternal great grandmother, Mrs.Grace .
Randall Brooks served ai best man. Plan PreferentialTea The outdoor party was held in the Brcwn of Starke
He also escorted the mothers of the yard where the 40 guests enjoyed a
y bride and groom to their seats. weiner roast,outdoor sports,birthday -. -s
Miss Dana Luke attended as maidof March 18 cake and other refreshments. Mrs. Paul Hawkins
Little Adam his at the of Brandon was
honor. She floor opened
wore a length
and small Xi i Iota Delta will) have their fireside and had his own little birthday Sunday guest of Mrs. Titus Olson and I'
seagreen necklace. gown pearl Preferential Tea at the Bedford Lake cake. also visited Mr. Olson who has been a
She of carried yellow a cascade roses and arrangement home of Ms. Cherie Cox on Sunday, Among those attending were his patient In Bradford County Hospital I
March 18, from 3 to S p.m. maternal grandparents,Mr.and Mrs. for two weeks.
daisies white carnations.and touch of The tea is given annually to honor .-. ... ----= ...... A"\,
Attendants new rushees who are being pledged =
were Mrs. Betty Moody,
into the international
Mrs. Virginia Reames, Mrs. Ellen sorority.
Luke and Mrs. Viola Anderson. They All past and present members of ; ,

gowns wore floor and each length carried blue a and tingle green car- da Beta Those Sigma interested Phi are, please cordially contact invited.Lin if NOW OPENSmall
nation. at 964-5288 or Vonda

The bride,given in marriage by her Stephens March 15. at 964-7173 by Thursday, '
father,wore a floor length white satin World
meeting was held Tues-
gown with the front and bodice
day, March 6, at the home of Brenda
,,- "I',{" ,' .. .' long embellished sleeves were with fashioned tiny pearls.with fine The, Slade. Phyllis Brinkman gave an interesting DAY t
talk on C.P.R. and classes CARE
";" :i"" ,; :' see-through Swedish lace. She wore a were set up at the Bradford County :
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and Mrs. James M. Stewart decorated with seed pearls was has just moved Into her new home,
I was surprised with a housewarmingshower I
Mattie Miley Presents Program To HomemakersMrs. secured reception to a cap.A was. held In the church Members given by her sorority sisters. Open 6:00: 6:00: P.M. t
attending were Mrs. Con-
hall where of
Mattie Miley, retired nurse for, and how often also names of white reception gladiolus, yellow arrangements'roses, daisies nie Best, Mrs. Linda Bowen, Ms. Mon Fri.
of the Bradford County Cherie Cox, Mrs. Diane I
and president medication you are allergic to.These and carnations carried out the bride's Hodge, Mrs.
Homemaker's Club gave a programon precautions can give you quicker help colors of yellow and white. Vonda Stephens and Mrs. Marie Children 2 & Up
the "Five Don'ts About Medicine"at in case you faint or are hurt in anautomobile The bride's table was covered witha Wynn.
the club meeting Thursday,March wreck. white linen cloth edged with lace .
8 at the Agriculture Building. Don't leave the doctor's office and centered with a four tiered cake Zaa'
The most important things broughtout without making sure you know what decorated with yellow roses. Mrs. By Hour
In her talk were: Don't keep the medicine is for, the name of it and Virginia Reames and Mrs.Ellen Luke Mrs. Hazel Paulk attended the
medication a secret from the doctor how much you should take. Find out cut the cake. funeral of Mrs. Elva Moore in Pier- '/.
you are attending. Even if it is only what it Is supposed to do for you, also Mrs. Betty Moody and Mrs. Viola son, Ga. on Sunday. Day
aspirin, or any other mild pill, he what side affects to look for, should it .
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everything you axe taking, including prescriptions, and remember that
vitamins,aspirin,etc and take the list senior citizens get a discount.It .
with you to the doctor. was decided that the next 138 E, Call St. Starke, Fla. 964-5890 (
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a cool, dry place in the house. The 19, the third Thursday instead of the Starke's Own Bakery School Pick-Up If Necessary
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of the worst could keepit Holy Week starting April 9.
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billfold, or pocket book,always,a list hCJ6tessesi Mrs. Ruth Johnson and
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Starke Elementary News ,

Cheryl Saunders
Dates to Remember: Monday, Elementary School! National WIMnfe announce that there are now five
Thomas Gumber March 12, report cards go home with Week 'Is March 18-J4 and we are children In the first reader Red Rock
I Southside students Thursday March celebrating it by learning more about Ranch. They are Patrick Mark,
\ 'r To Wed in 22, the fifth grade will participate In wildlife and endangered species. The Tina Llndsey, Sharri Bass, Lance
I May the Southslde Spotting Bee to find out library has many pictures and Hopkins and I..orenaoU.). Their
who will go on to the Bradford County posters concerning Wildlife and a teachers are very proud of them.
and Charles Baldree
Mr. announce
Spelling Bee. Parents are invited J to display of many books to read; also Ms. Esther Casa music teacher,
,, he engagement of their I I III attend at 9 a.m. In the cafeteria On during Wildlife Week puzzles and has bad the students studying the different
Saunders toThomas
Cheryl ,
daughter J. Gumber of Mrs.JoHvphine March 30 some Southside teachers other activities! will be available for families of musical In"
all son will attend workshop in Palatka with children Interested in wildlife. The struments. Mr. Allan Henry, a percussionist -
Gumber of Starke.A
9 teachers from four other counties. slogan of NaUnoal Wildlife Week .Is brought several percussion
May wedding planned. During the week of :March S-9 Mrs. Conserve our Wildlife. The library Instruments to show and
Sandra Duncan,fifth grade teacher at and many classrooms have ordered demonstrate,along with his drum Mtf-
r Matt Waters Celebrated t Southslde, attended sessions Tallahassee free wildlife kits from the National On Wednesday March: ? Cana-eSs".
t as a member of the state text- Wildlife Federation consisting of pictures Todd Schmidt demonstrated a trombone .
3rd Birthday March 8 book evaluation team for LanguageArts. stamps, activity booklet and and oboe, then had the students,
miscellaneous Information. We Care try to play them. In the following two
Matt Waters celebrated his third Thanks are extended to the P.T.A.on About Wildlife. weeks a saxophone quintet, a French
birthday Thursday March 8, with a r. r behalf of the kindergarteners.Because Mrs. Carolyn Taylor-Mrs. Maria horn and a tuba will be demonstrated.
party at McDonalds given by his of the successful money raising Kopelouses' first grade .Is happy to Brooker News
parents, Mr. and Mrs Wilbur Waters. rw ..W drives held last fall, Soutnside has
The party was held from S to 6:30 been able to order playground equipment
pm when hamburgers and cokes for the klndgergarten play area. First Services For Methodists
were served. This structure is a combination stair I

The 20 youngsters attending also way, small Jungle gym and slide. It Set in Hts.
enjoyed games and were given will be received and installed in the Keystone "
coupons for free French fries. near future.
The long table was covered with a News from Ms. Phyllis Goldberg's The newly formed United Methodist establishing a United Methodist
Big Bird cloth and centered with a Big fifth grade: Travelers on the Extra Church of Keystone Heights Invites Church in Keystone Heights. A get-
Bird cake. Effort Express for last week are: the community to its first worship acquainted bleak followed with
Marie Doughman Laura Garcia, service Sunday March 18, at 11 a.m. homemade Ice cream and cookies being
Toni niie Sue !Marshall Tom Watsdn, Eddy Hall Lynn at the Masonic Hall, corner of served.
IVIt-brute lath Ilirthday Holtzendorf, Monica Maslowski. Palmetto and Cardinal.Dr. It was decided at the meeting to

Marshall celebratedher Paula McKinney, Michelle Hall and Harold Buel,superintendent for begin services on March 18.
Tommie Sue Everyone interested Is
( 16th birthday 10. 8"J 4 ..ii.. ."' B ." v....'- ---'" Jay Hayes. The good spellers are: the Gainesville district, will; Le to enjoy friendship and worship at the,
SaturdaY\March Mike Chappell, Drew Davis, Jay
with a party \ and Mr. and :\In. Tommy Miller Theresa McCollum Paula preaching.Fortyone. first service of the new United
Hayes, ,
the home of her parents, enthusiastic residents at- Methodist
relatives at Church of Keystone
Mr and Mrs. Charles. MarshallSr.JBIRTHS Cheryl Lynn Dyal, Sgt. Tommy Miller Married Feb. 2 McKinney Overstreet., Richard O'Steen New and library Ritchie discuss tended the the March possibilities 8 meeting held of to Masonic Heights March Hall. 18, at 11 a.m. in the

assistants are Monica Maslowski and
J Cheryl Lynn Dyal daughter of Mr. Ortega. Billy Jackson. The students who have
and Mrs. Guy H. Dyal and Sgt. Tom Maid of honor was Melodic earned the privilege of doing their Mizell Named To National S&L Committee I
my W. Miller,nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Chambers both of 29 Palms, Calif.A daily assignments. Ink because
James A. Peterson, all of Starke were reception was held following the their handwriting is always so neat
!Mr and Mrs. Otis Melton of Starke united In marriage Friday, Feb. 2, at ceremony at the home of Cpl. Armondo and legible are: Jay Hayes Paula CHICAGO.ILL.-B.F. Mizell. Jr., trade organization for the saving and
announce the birth of a daughter, 3 p.m. In Christ Chapel Marine Corp Ortega. McKinney. Michelle Hall Laura Gar- president of Guaranty Federal Savings loan business and represents over'
Mariana Dawn on March in Alachua Base 29 Palms, Calif. The couple are raiding at 0746 cia, Monica Maslowski, Tracey and Loan Association, 4,400 associations throughout the,
Genera: I Hospital. Chaplain C.S.Rimmer performedthe Abobe Rd. Lot 18, 29 Palms Cal. Rowan, Lynn Holtzendor, Theresa Gainesville has been appointed to the country.
Maternal grandparents Mr. and nuptials. Sgt, Miler is stationed In the McCollum and Marls Doughman. 1979 Constitution Committee of the Savings and loan associations are
!Mrs (Don Chitty of Starke. Paternal Best man was Cpl. Armondo U.S.M.C. Spring is poetry time and three United States League of Savings the second largest type of financial Inn
L. students In Room 23 are observing It. Associations.The stitution in America and specialize in
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. L.
Christa Jacobsen writes attracting savings accounts for Investment
Melton of Hampton. Paternal great : appointment was announced by
grandmother is Rose Parsons of Cin- pona[d Joseph) T. Benedict president of the primarily in mortgage
cinatli Ohio The sun Is a light that shines all day League, and also chairman of the loans or residential property.
And when it is night, it goes away. board and president of Freedom Currently, savings association
n.............__ Mr. and Mrs. Nealy McConnell at- 17 members of the youth depart The moon comes out when we're Federal Savings and Loan Association provide approximately twice the
tended the funeral of llughey Sistrunk ment of St. Mark's Episcopal Church asleep Worcester Mass. amount of funds for home mortgage

Cathy and Daryl Milliard of Lawtey week In Lake City on Wednesday of last Wales attended Sunday the Passion night. They Play returnedon at Lake Also our secrets it does keep. The U.S. League is the principal financing. as all other lenders combined.

announce the birth of a daughter
Cheri Ann born !March 8 in Baptist Buy Your Fresh Bulk Monday. Allison Denmark's poem: I

t Hospital in Jacksonville. Vegetable Seeds Now atRoller's Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland attended Leprechauns leaping in the air BMS NewsDATES
Paternal' grandparents are Mr; and
: Nursery the funeral of her brother, Emmett Leprechauns counting their bus fare
I Mrs Luther Milliard; maternal 301 S. Walnut Starke White in Chipley on Monday of last Leprechauns here, there &: TO REMEMBER class will be entering the Exceptional
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. 42U week. Enroute home they visited everywhere. Students Art show at the Oaks Mall. l\\
Russell Wood all of Lawtey. their daughter and Mr. and March 28-30-Student holidays. No will be held from to
i LalceCorporalCharies (Chuck) W. family, I'm going to steal all their bus fare. May 1820. Stop by ,
Mrs. Dwight Marshall at St. Georges school for students during that time. see the display.
a Ul1'I.U'\l1': IIIUUfit: Marshall. Jr. was home on leave for Island Monday to Wednesday. April -May Z-CTBS tests.
of his Springby
the home
n.l' U"Sl1.1"S five days at parents
f Some students in Mrs. Lorraine
Lynn Holtzendorf
Mr. and Mrs Charles W Marshall Hazel Paulk of Starke and Eunice Spring spring is here and there, Ms. Clayton, Ms. Cunningham and Smith's resource room have been
; Kxa; Mjthcusnn and Jeff Wrenshall Sr. He returned to Camp He visited LeJeune friends N. Neville of Bushnell attended the mid Spring, spring is everywhere. Ms. Moschella's classes will par- working on finding the main idea of
were the winning! couple Duplicate C. on March 10. winder conference of the State spring colors so gay, ticipate In the Special Olympic Track paragraphs. Michael Carroll,Sheldon
while he home. Spring
I irnliit'" Tiic!. <(< h.:ii'In 1 Kiil'llc, v.i-rr" second and! LiaMimMimri Jacksonville Thursday to Saturday by Friday, March 16. The events will Padgett David Reichert. Kevin
Mrs. Sarah Barton of Atlanta is day.
: ,1I1f1 l Dent were visiting her son-in-law and daughter Mrs. Neville was overnight guestof I bring this poem to you so you will take place at the Bradford High Sampson Dean Underhill and Damon
thud Col. and Mrs. H. M Hatcher Jr. for Mrs. Paulk Wednesday and Satur'' be happy too. School track. Everyone is invited to Whitaker did outstanding work.

several weeks day. The following boys and girls have attend.
been selected for Safety Patrols for Thirteen BMS members of the 4-H,
Mrs. Gladys Weldon spent several Buy Your Fresh Bulk the fifth six weeks' period: Simon' Ms. Hutchins, an aide in the TMR Horse Club met with their leader Mn.
:Miss \e\.i Ja>ne Flynn daughter days last week with her son and family Vegetable Seeds Now at Mitchell and Darryl Morgan from class at EMS has been hospitalized Mike Brunetti at the Ag. Building
ol' :Mr and Mrs George; Flynn. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Weldon In Hosier's Nursery Mrs. Elaine Wood-Miss Shirley recently. Janet Kirnutis has, been') '"' Tuesday afternoon",.Ma reft 8.,"((9.plan
initiated into Gamma ''I.l. hired as a substitute until she has ful- the HorseShow,for March
way recently ,Jacksonville 301 S. Walnut. Stark* < Johnson's fifth .grade; ,haridy :, nt
Beta chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta. ; .,,9/1-6314. \ i') Harper:and Mar -P.adgett from Mrs*./\ Iy OVtred"rom; het; Un 'T},l9u@ I Stud pts .. !; wt\ yeriorses,, ,,I
MB- wa, pained by Debra Gayle Scott Mrs. William P. Whisenhunt of Ernestine Thompkina-Mrs.* ThelmaKnight's BMS facwt)' w+ lc ines 1\er.llr-'T"JIT\ are eligible to join the club! and take
daughter of Mr and Mrs. C. E. Scottof West Covina, Cal. spent Friday to Mrs. Linnle Woods is a medical pa- fourth grade; Kim Norman part In trail rides learn about groomIng '
Brooker Sunday with her parents Mr. and tient in Bradford County Hospital. and Tammie Hemker from Ms. Marti Ms. Cunningham's social studies and showmanship attend clinics
Mrs. W. J. Epperson. Visiting her over the weekend were Slefferman's fourth-fifth grade; Kelly for horses and other events.
her children, Mr. and Mrs. Allen JoJames from Mrs. Sandra Duncan's Members plan to attend a one week
Woods of Lake Wales Mr. and Mrs. fifth grade; Jesse Green and Vickie BHS Horse Camp in June.
FOR A BEAUTIFUL SPRING SUMMER & FALL Lewis Woods and Mr. and Mrs.. Buck Crockrell from Mrs. Carol Clark's Students Interested may contactMr.
Woods of Live Oak. fourth grade; Michelle Hall and Jeff Brunetti in the language arts
Sherman from Ms. Phyllis Goldberg's BLURBSPatrick department. Transportation. to club
Mr and Mrs. George Miller visited fifth grade; Shilynn Chaff Ron meetings may be arranged.
their son and family Mr. and Mrs. Brown and David Barnes from Mrs. CrawfordThe

Jack Thursday Miller and Friday.In Jacksonville last Iva Jean care Harrell's about wildlife fourth at grade.We Sou'hsideMr. Basic Skills CTBS) test(Comprehensive was administered Test at of Gospel Sing Set in Lake City

NEW SPRING ANNUALS and Bradford High School the first three
A ,,
Buy Your Fresh Bulk gospel sing featuring The Pate
periods of the day Thursday and Fri-
Vegetable Seeds Now atRoster's Family of Branford. The Watkins
VEGETABLE PLANTS March 8 and 9. Students remained
day, of
Nursery pereonald Family Lake City and theGospelites
in their home room classes while
301 S. Walnut Stark of Live Oak will be held
t Get An Early Start Toward Fresh instructions were read over the inter March
964.6214Mr. Saturday. 17. at 7:30 in
and Mrs. Frederick Graham of Guidance Counselor p.m.
com system by ,
Vegetables Your Favorites Here Now and Mrs. William Digneit and Max Meadows Va. and Mrs. Mary Allison Aljets.In Tison Everyone Auditorium Is welcome In Lake, there City. is no
Mr. and Mrs. Jim David of Detroit, Oewel of Wytheville Va. were recent. a totally different kind of testing admission
Tray Of 6 Mich., Vernon Brinson of Ponte visitors of Mr. and Mrs, Guy An situation the Bradford County charge.
Vedra Mrs. Josephine David of drews. Science Fair three BUS students out
0 Baldwin and Sen. and Mrs. Charley did themselves on their projects. BHSBandWinsStraight
\ ,.. 5 9 Tr.2Trav' 1 Johns of Starke were last Friday din. Mrs. Arthur McRae returned Tuesday They were honored accordingly
A ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome after being a patient in Alachua Janice Jockel won a trophy for Best *
Johns. General Hospital for several days. All-Around Project In the Fair. Her Superiors

project was entitled, "A
TOMATO STAKES 1"a1554' Reg. 2B* 19C Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Warner of East Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Dopson had as Cinematographical Analysis of the
Moline III. were recent visitors of Mr. weekend guests Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Power Arm of an Accomplished Several members of the Bradford'
COW MANURE 40 Lb Bag Reg "2"Reg $21 and Mrs. W. J. Frick. Wolethm of Fernandina Beach and Server In the Floater Volleyball High School Band attended district
they all attended the Azalea Festival. Serve". Dwayne Baldwin received a solo and ensemble contest Saturday, '
AZALEAS 2"I, $229 Mrs. Flossie Prescott spent several ,', blue ribbon for Best Biological project March 3. The students were rated on .

"ag, '7" $575 days last week in Inverness visiting Mrs. Lex Green which was, "Maximum Condi- their performances of solos and
AZALEAS spent Friday to
her niece Mr. and Mrs. Lester Tuesday with her son and family Mr. tioned Response in Planarla". Betsy ensembles by qualified judges. The
GARDEN HOSE R.g.PnaUu 10% Bedell. and Mrs. William H. Green -In Yawn had the Best Physical project. following. students received
Tallahassee and attended The title alone deserved a literary superiors, the highest possible ratingon
CARDEN TOOLS Rig Price lea 10% with the Governor. a. meeting," award but the project was brilliant. their performances: Lee Felton.
'' t 'to.; "Does Pythagaras Rule Hold True tuba solo: Mike Kicks, tuba solo; .
CYCLONE FERT. Spreader Reg 4See $3300 FLORIDA t* for Various Similar Shapes Attached Beth Patray. flute solo: Patty''
Buy Your Fresh Bulk to the Legs and Hypotenuse of a Right Mullins. Mike Futch Cathy Grltk-r.
THEATRECall Vegetable Seeds Now at Triangle. Congratulations to these Richard Trainor, Kevin Griffisrsax-
FERTILIZE NOW WITH FERTILOMEPREMIUM Roster's Nursery three, and all those who won in the ophone quintet: Cathy Grider bassoon '
& Walnut 301 S. Walnut' Starke Science Fair. The first and second solo; Kevin Griff, baritone sax
V4-2I4 place winners will be attending the, ophone solo: Betsy Yawn French
PELLETS ..... Sftrk| "..9 g45 451Frl ..,.. Mrs. Janet Turner entertained at a Regional Science Fair in Lake City horn solo: Jeff Moore bass clarinet'
& Sat Sun birthday dinner Sunday for Mrs. March 22 and 23. solo: Debbie Harper Cassie Riddick
Recommended Formulation For Florida Soils James tiarron and Mrs. Richard Since this seems to be a week for Debbie Ratliff. twirling trio: Melanie
Contains Iron And Other Minor Elements It's Odom with 10 attending including Bob congratulations. I extend Just that to Morris. Terry Goodge. Sherree Shlnn.
IIml'l \ Much Better Than 6-6-0 And Goes A Lot Further. Johnson of Savannah Ga. 'and Kay the Bradford High School Band who, Debbie RatMf clarinet quartet Jeff
and Brant Turner of Jacksonville. scored straight 1'. at the pistrict Moore. Tammy Starling Tammy
1 Bag Of Fertilome Covers Up To 5000 Sq. Ft. Band Contest. The contest was held at Cohens. Vivian Bell clarinet quartet;

Mrs: Dale,Crosby and children of the Gainesville High"School Auditorium Dirk Schmidt trombone solo; John ,
\ And It Orlando spent the weekend with her Saturday March 10. The BUS Powell. Guy DeSue. drum duet; Ben-
$695 parents. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Deas Band Is under the direction of Mr. ny Tankard Tuba solo; Benny

__ Costs Only A Big and Mr. and Mrs. ;A.L.Crosby, Jr. Dean Cassels. Tankard drum solo. "

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Brooker' Town Council officially be dime about it. but if. you\ get up the idea eta elean-campaign t lur'
adopted its Water Ordinance for thetown's together and decide what to do Til the town and the board came to the
planned$150.000 water system send my road man down to do agreement that something should be e\
and discussed road repairs with two whatever you want him lode. I just done soon. h
Bradford County Commissioners at want It to be your decision because ''It's a tad-gum disgrace the wad
iu Tuesday, March 13, monthly sometimes ..'U come in and do this town looks." :Melvin said. -We've
meeting.Approval. repairs for a town and then the.situation got garbage down at the ball park.
of the Water Ordinance gets worse and people say well, and most of the hedges and sidewalks
by'a 4-1 vote set down rules for operation look at there thecounty boys came in In town need trimming"
of Brooker's planned water and messed us up'." The council decided to first Inquireas
Home assuming the Farmer's Shuford also promised to tend someone (to whether the state can send a
Administration comes through to look at the Brooker school crew In to do all. or at least part. of ; t
with the $150,000 In grant-loan. crossing light which hain't been the clean-up job. and then if that
monies. working properly for months. doesn't bring results, to call a special .__ '"
Councilman A.B. Adams was the In other action at the monthly meeting in the next few weeks to ; :
lone dissenter. In the vote. During pre- Brooker meeting: move towards hiring someone to do !.*'nn Barker Pb>I lite! harp H mia itrttfte. :f
vote discussion Adams had expressed Councilman Gene Melvin brought the job. '
concern over a few of the FmHA's: required 1 j
rules of operation. One being ,

the resident requirement with a that water every line Brooker serving Seven New Contestants Enter 'Strawberry Queen Field ::1:1Ithn

their property must hook up with the ..
coming system. Seven more contestants have tKities. A career In dental hygiene is SI,a advance-and $1.SO the door. be purchased from ChrlVilnon
"'I don t feel like the old people in entered the 16th annual Strawberry her ambition and she is being Adult tickets are.2.00 advance at and wi4,8.MO. Joan Hall MM-5-l.n and :Mit
town (who have wells or other sourcesorwaten Queen Pageant to be held :March 24 at sponlsored b>' Century 21-Roberts : chell's I
Si 50 at the] door. Advance tickets can Drug Store WUTHIO.kighi .
should be required. to hook the Bradford High School auditorium. Heal KstattfMiss ,
up with the town Water Adams said. Contestants featuredthis week are:
"Mr. Adams that's very good opinion .
one that is probably shared by -Miss! Jacquelyn Marie Barber : Bonita Suzette Grlffis
many people but If we want the daughter of :Mr. and !Mrs. Donald E daughter of Carolyn Griffis. Is a
money we have to play by the Barber A senior at Bradford High junior at Bradford High She enjoys.
FmHA's rules This has been one of Miss Barber was a 1978 football sewing cooking swimming and tennis New
their standards since this whole thing cheerleader. Lynn's ambition Is to Honda says her ambition I I' to
began," answered Town Attorney become a registered nurse and become a beautician or registered I
Jesse Wolbert "Everybody that has possibly go on to the field of 7 '
an existing line serving,their home or pediatrics.. Lynn Is a member of Little 78 SUzuki,
business will have to be on the system Women's Club and says she enjoys C
for just the minimum charge ($3.73 such hobbies as sewing reading,
per month). What they do for water swimming and jogging. In the
after that Is up to them." pageant she will be sponsored by Affordable Streetbikesat
'Other rules adopted within the ordinance Homes of Florida 'IYE
Include the requirement that Miss Rhea Patrice Corbett.! daughter .
all meters that now serve more than of !Mr and Mrs Melvin Corbctt. is
one house or business will be re a junior at Bradford High School Her OldTime'Prices
routed to have one meter for every_ special interests include horseback E
house. A 10 percent penalty chargewill Ickle 1'orbdt
be added to bills unpaid after 10
days and if bill payment Is 30 days Miss Phyllis Lorraine Sharpe
of Clara Mao is
late water will be disconnected. There daughter Sharpe. a !
junior at Bradford High. Phyllis is a
will then be both a. penalty and a
member of the annual staff and
s sy pep
reconnection fee to get town water W
turned back on club and says she enjoys participating
Local engineer Jerome Kelly of in and watching all sports. Her
Sverdrup and Parcel the firm handl- ambition is to become an airline
ing the water system project for an 11 stewardess Mac's Music Shop and
percent fee was at the meeting and u 1 Hale Funeral Home will sponsor her
In the
advised the board as to where the pro- t pageant.

ject stands. Jana Godwin The contestants will travel to rIlr"lc6l
"We're with the designnow
proceeding Jacksonville Saturday, March 17 for e
Kelly said, "assuming get
you nurse. Her sponsor for the pageantwill modeling Instructions from the
authorization from FmllA ( in the
be decided at a later date. Denise Carole Modeling and Pageantry
he ) I think can
next week guessed we Lorraine Morris
.Miss Melanie Studio. Immediately following the
show the plans and specs at your daughter of Jeane Morris of Starke trip will be a coke party given in their f
April meeting. Then we could adver and Bob Morris of Tucker Ga. is a honor at,the Starke Golf and Country
tise bids"and open bids at the May ,senior at Bradford High School Club '
meeting where she is active in band and .
An official breakfast ceremony .
commemorating the system islet On March 24 they will begin War Ito to b'r b.1$ 'e p"','.'.' ,
for 7:30: a.m. Tuesday, March 20, competition In the afternoon with a Th..r.. kW' lr I $
at the Brooker Community Center t'orbrtt contestant's luncheon and interviewswith price a n.w, 7VS 5 t II t r .i
with Sverdrup and Parcel officials, as riding and swimming. Rhea is. a the judges. At 8:00: p.m. the row yen" 'on g'"t rc i "
well as town councilman, and con- member of Little Women and was competition will continue with the ,ih gressman Don Fuqua due to'be on selected for Who's Who in American girls modeling evening gowns, sports- !lea than '8 weq\ \ prt wiaiipncci
hand. High School Students. In the future wear and swimsuits. G'i em< white the supply lour The performer.. '
Bradford County. Commissioners she plans to go into the accounting
Dave Shuford/and Hazel Paulk were' field. Her sponsor for the pageant is Ticket prices have been set as Suzuki Stark .
on hand tot the-first-part'df Tuesday1: ;, Mitchell's\ ,! Drugstor ; : follows: .of :
night's mefetirtgWdikeuss; } 'toad, 'WroK"blemSW kte'1! J tirlljekjrlCorbet Children undef'I*" ars of age: "
'' b! W ShJfdrft t; 'WWfc? da : ,, \ ,.s1301'S.BtarkdVFlortd6f, \i .tloxlatvsunnMl b q' .III w rL -.f,.:
Road Committee chairman and Mrs. is a senior at Bradford High. ,
Paulk who,counts Brooker as one of She was also selected as Who's Who .
her Constituencies1, fielded questions Among American High School
from the board and promised county Students. Other activities of Vickie's
action on three areas of dis-repair. Include Jr. Clvltan's, Varsity r
Shuford said the holes in the road Cheerleader, MYF and Little
running past Roy Carroll's store in Women's Club. Her ambition Is to
Brooker were due for patching. become a social worker, specializing PRIDEIN
"The board (county) never seemsto in the juvenile division. Vickie is be-
have enough time nor enough ing sponsored by Ralph Bryan Real I t tI ,I
money but we plan to get on problemslike Estate.
that as soon as possible." -Miss Jana Ann Godwin daughterof Melanie !Morris
Also discussed was the possibility of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Godwin, Is a
resurecting a drainage pipe area on senior at Bradford High School where chorus. Melanie hopes to major in ,
SR-236 near the telephone office. she was chosen Most Popular. Jana music, but says she also enjoys play ,
Shuford:! said the whole county board enjoys water skiing ,horseback ing tennis swimming and modeling.She ". ,,
had seen the area a couple of times riding. and dancing. She keeps busy is being sponsored by the Looking >'I YOUR .. t. ,
"and we didn't think anything could through participation in Christian ace Glass Styling Center. ,. ) ;
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r' Starke Navyman ]Returns to Talk of Navy Lifer

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new kind of Proposition 13 seems to be get- bilk It will also force the Florida Medical i.1-d
Association Florida Hospital Association and i
ting a toe-hold in the nation-this one concerned ,
with skyrocketing hospital costs rather other opponents of the measure to come.uP

than soaring taxes.A with concrete proof that the bill would hurt. .1
more than it would help.

local resident, appearing at the recent ,,
legislative hearing in the courthouse here, The committee bill calls for establishing a y I Iro

said an eight-day stay in a Gainesville hospital Florida Hospital Commission comprised of I
cost $3,000 although his wife received no two hospital administrators, one insurance In-

surj ery-.only high priced drugs and dustry representative, and four consumers, native Anthony DeSue Is a
duplicated diagnostic tests which had already appointed by the Governor. The commission Navy lieutenant 'who 'will be In the :
been done in the doctor's office. would set up a uniform system of financial Gainesville area March 1 through leto ;e
reporting for hospitals, review their rates participate In the Navy's Senior
audit their books set cost-increase criteria !Minority Assistance to Recruiting >rrz Iq
The patient was checked into the hospital on Program. DeSue I I. the ton of .,
a Friday and the medical staff left for the and approve rates for hospitals not meetingthe Margaret W, DeSue 01 1109 Pine St.. i

weekend, except for a skeleton crew, leaving criteria. In past hearings the Senators SUrke. d
her to spend an expensive three days during have criticized hospital officials for not giving

which no tests were run. "Nothing goes on except them usable information on their procedures NORFOLK Va.-As youngster Navy Lieutenant Anthony Desue (second from right),a native of SUrke.plotsa
the bill," the complainant said. budgets and profits.On Starke lived native in the Anthony Garden DeSu Restaurant practically Dennis practice O'Gara.coarse observed by quartermasters John Chapln. Alan Byron, and 11 IJ

national President Carter has where his mother Margaret,worked. .
In this case the bill was paid, but had it not the front The restaurant's Greek cuisine and :t
been, Bradford County would have been held pledged to lead the fight against the hospital employees'> tales of their homeland ,
and win of a hospital cost con- made DeSue dream of
lobby passage visiting Athens
responsible, as it is when a family is unable to
its bill. trol bill. His compromise proposal, softened one day
pay hospital somewhat since its defeat in the House of Now DeSue Is returning to his home

Representatives last year, would give state of Florida to tell others about his
While everyone knows that hospital costs hospitals until the end of 1979 to slow down ris visit to Athens Crete,Spain and Italy
are up-like everything else-it is difficult to plus several other far-away places be
understand why the charges should run so ing costs or face mandatory federal ceilings. visited thanks to the Navy.

much ahead of rising costs in other phases of "The patience of the American people is DeSue is currently assigned to the r.
our with possible exception of the fast combat
economy, said. support ship USS Detroit,
building trades. It has been reported that, in wearing thin, and rightly so, homeported in Norfolk Va. On the t
1976, health costs went up 15.4 per cent The pocketbook is also wearing thin, in view of Detroit DeSue has a variety of Jobs
nationally-and Florida's increase was 18.6. In the fact that the average American family of including training officer, personnel
four invested $3,392 in health care last year-' jffieer/ legal officer, navigator and
1977, hospital costs rose 15 per cent nationally, administrative assistant.
but 17.7 per cent in Florida, according to the either in premiums, out-of-pocket expenses t The fast combat support ship USS Detroit homeported In Norfolk, Vs.;.Is
report of a Washington, D.C. consulting firm. taxes, or in picking up the tab for others. ,.. designed to provide simultaneous delivery of petroleum products ammunition

True, Florida's population has an above County Agents freight provisions and mall to customer ships at sea. Dentie served aboard the I
of senior citizens who .If these state and national measures fail to Detroit' as personnel officer, administrative assistant, legal officer, navigator, .
might expected percentage to require more health, ser halt excessive increases in hospital care then :' Notebook and training officer. ,:
be the
vices, but this would not account for hospitalrate the only alternative may pre-paid
increases being almost double the infla health clinic plan which makes its money by iLV BYBobby While navigation takes up much of
tion rate increase nationally.The keeping patients well, rather than by treating his time while the Detroit is at sea. LETTERS TO THE
them when they're sick. Such clinics are grow- TaylorPhone DeSue's other responsibilities keep EDITORSAYS
nationwide-now 203 him busy when the Detroit Is in port.
ing in number totaling
problem of "unaffordable" hospital : M4-6280
persons enrolled. Their "As personnel( officer, I'm respon-
treatment is not bringing Proposition 13
only hospitalization rate is reported to be from thir- sible for the sailors' records. I'm FARMERS
howls from the public, but is receiving attention -
less than the national responsible for all entries going into ARE
cent Most Florida MISTREATEDDear
in ty to forty per vegetable gardenswill
state federal government circles. those records-it's all on my
average. greatly benefited by the use of
abundant quantities of organic shoulders. Editor:

Action on the state front revolves around the Whatever avenue is taken, however, the cost material applied to the soil. Usually Too many citizens don't understand
Florida Senate Health and Rehabilitative Ser of health care must remain affordable the organic matter is in the form of 1 was a political science major in the relationship between themselvesand
vices Committee which or animal manures, plant manures college (Morehouse College Atlanta the American
last week the farm. Because
approved a
) Americans will be deprived of a basic right- cover crops, compost or mixedorganic Ga.) so I've wanted to work as a legal farmers have always been free, the
hospital cost containment act, thus keeping the right to enjoy the best health that is within fertilizer. These materialsare officer ever since I joined the Navy. I United States has never had a famine.
J alive the controversial hospital regulatory their means. incorporated into the garden soil attended a legal officers course at We have taken for granted that there
at least three weeks and preferably here.Newport" ;R.I.That's how I got the job would be plenty of food at the supermarket -
w. '. .' longer before planting. not realizing the importance( :

3 S .' '... ..& <. .- ', <"''' Some of the bgnefita''fromljdding' ; .of the ,family > we con-, ,
A.J 'J*> I !!:.t/ J 3 I O. I. ... '" are ;es Wt ', -','otfiiiDeeSue. ;eiayfRRank.ahaS., / .its'. tlnually hear t fam.,4VIln' fos"lMtol '' '

J More Administrators end connditlon of soil improves ability privileges! ; it also has its responsibi- trouble stems from overproduction,
of soil to hold water and nutrient,improves lities."I the national news media remains
"buffering" capacity of soil silent about the vast amounts of beef
I ,n. which it keeps soil from have responsibilities to the ship, vegetables, and other agriculturalproducts
A' 't "over-reacting", the but I also have responsibilities to that are imported into this
supports soil's
, Not Necessarily The Answer ;it 1 micro-biological activity, contributes those people of mine; to see that they country. In fact the United States is
nutrients, both major and trace, are well taken care of and that they by far the world's largest importer of
releases nutrients slowly, and acids can enjoy all the benefits, rights and beef. Although we do export a tremendous
released when organic matter decom privileges that the Navy has for them amount, the amount of imports
School Superintendent Tom Casey has sug suit with teacher committees and ad poses help convert education promotion and reveals what a lie the overproductionstory
gested to the School Board that more ad. ministrators.Our mineral additives innplant-usable financial security." is. Japan buys our grain and
forms. resells it at a profit nearly three timesas
ministrators need to be hired by the school
Why did DeSue join the Navy? much as the American farmers
system to do curriculum planning. More administrators school system has the lowest ratio of administrators Under suitable conditions the who grew it. I am for free trade-
are necessary, the superintendent to teachers of any systemin organic: matter is decomposed by "I was in college when the draft lot- between the people, not the governments
micro-organisms tery was established and I draft
said, whether they are based at the local the state Superintendent Casey told the bacteria, molds and such earthworm as fungi In, eligible. I got a college deferment.was of different countries i1

school, if the "new" concept of school-based school boar!. That is to this system's credit the process> insoluble and unavailable After thinking about the alternatives The Summer 1978 issue of II
management is adopted by the board at its but does not, in itself, necessarily mean a need (to plants) nutrients such as I decided to go into either the Navy's American Agriculture News tells us
Monday, March 19, meeting, or placed in the, for more. nitrogen, are gradually changed into aviation program or the Coast Guard."I that about one million pounds of beef
> products. Some of the from Mexico into the I
county office under his supervision.There imports cross
enlisted in the Coast Guard (in
organic matter becomes of the ,'
part United States at
In addition, the State is handing down more soil humus. 1972) first but got out of that commit. Arizona alone.every We year should ,be In- ,
is great need in our school system fora and more school policy, and local schools are Where animal manures are ment to become a Navy pilot. While Iw.s terested in the conditions under which''' l f
study of the curriculum. Local educators being given less and less freedom to make available to home vegetable mand at in the Pensacola Naval Air I discovered Training Com- this meat is processed. In the United J

need to plan subject matter so a teacher their own decisions. In view of this trend, the gardeners, they are probably the best wasn't my 'bag'." flyIng States ,a U.S.D.A. inspector Is required ?'.
knows what matenal to present to students ina need for administrators would seem to be source of fertilizer and organic mat. to be on the premises at all vt.
specific class. Teachers should be involved lessened, instead of increased-unless they are ter for the organic gardener. but DeSue's first assignment as a times while meat Is being slaughtered '
in Manures vary greatly in their con- Navy officer was still the result of his and processed. Their regulations are
planning the curriculum will be
needed fill
they to out reports to send back to tent of fertilizing nutrients. The com- to that Pensacola so strict that scores of
responsible for teaching. Hopefully, this plan Tallahassee. But reports can be filled out by a position varies according to type,age command.being assigned slaughterhouses have been put out of ,
ning would include work by teacher committees secretary.The and condition of animal; the kind of business, huge amounts of good meat .n
by grade level in the elementary schools, feed used; the age and degree of rot. "I've always loved to sing even is forced to be discarded' daily. On the ':
and by subject matter at the secondary level. quality of instruction depends on what ting of the manure; the moisture content though I don't have the WOl'ld'sIleat..t other hand, U.S.D.A. visits foreign
of the manure; and the kind and plants twice a year. A foreign plant.with 1
Teachers involved in voice, said the Floridian. "I
planning are more apt to happens in the classroom. Of utmost
importance amount of litter or bedding mixed in was already in the choir when I quit large volume Is visited four
see the need for carrying the plans to fruition. is times .
a good teacher and standards which the manure. flying. They wanted an assistant whole I
students are expected to master in order to be Manure is not always a complete, choir director and I was a natural
Again-hopefully, the school system can promoted.With well-balanced fertilizer. It is advantageous choice since Was already there. American farmers are not allowed .
to broadcast a complete to use D.D.T., foreign farmers are. ,>T
plan a curriculum its
present staff. garden fertilizer (such as 6-64) in addition "So a lieutenant junior grade and I The D.D.T. produced in the United *
Should extra help be necessary, perhaps a cur- the state-imposed standard of each to the manures. ran the choir which toured the coun- States, shipped out and with its help '
riculum consultant could be employed for the school operating on funds earned by the Acceptable manure-like organic try for the Navy. I was with them fora vegetables are grown which: are shipped ,-.\.
period needed, as opposed to a permanent new number of students enrolled, there will be fertilizer (artificial manure) may be year before got orders to the Naval back into the United States by the '''
employee at the administrative level. plenty of trouble next year in keeping the obtained through the process of com Facility at !.ewes, Del. There I worked hundreds of tons, mostly from Mex-
ico. Our government all sorts of
posting. Simply put;compost is made as a research officer." puts
pupil-teacher ratio, especially in the high by alternating layers of organic restrictions and regulations upon our I
Curriculum experts if needed, could be added school low enough fora good teacher to teach. materials, such as leaves and kitchen From Lewes, DeSue transferred to farmers and related industries.while
to the administrative staff later, when present The system doesn't need the financial burden table-refuse, with manure, topsoil. the frigate research ship USS Glover, at the same time giving favoritism to I
personnel leave the system. At this time of additional administrators if it can get along lime garden fertilizer,water and air, homeported in Norfolk. There he foreign producers. In other words,theU.S. t I
served the main assistant .
as propulsion advances the
such government I
in that it
there three a manner decomposes
are administrators at the high without them. Two teachers can be added for combines and yields artificial welfare of farmers and ranchers in i
school, one of whom could be the curriculum each administrator added. manure. Then in July 1977, DeSue reportedto other countries and treats our J
planner. The second administrator at the mid The compost pile is made of'conve- the Detroit. farmers like serfs and annoyances. I
dle school could be put in charge of its cur- School board members should think long nient size,usually not less than 10 feet Among DeSue's travels aboard the Those who run our government are j
riculum planning. In addition to these, Mrs. and hard before adding mote administratorsto square ((100 square feet) and 3-5 feet Glover and Detroit he says he enjoyed using their power as a weapon against .;
high. The top should be left flat Greece the most. "I loved visiting the men who grow our: food.
Payne is the director of curriculum or
at Will the
they level
our system. improve of with a slight depression in the centerto Athens. I enjoyed the people, the
the county level and would be available to con- instruction all that much? catch rain or added water. Too climate and the atmosphere The farmers who went to
much water eliminates air and slews "I love the Greek culture. I can't Washington D.C. with their tractors
the decay process. help it My mother's been working at surely knew where the root of their
#:_ ( It ;) ",zV'Nt.z the Garden Restaurant all life. I
7'1 my troubles are. It's too bad
One way suggested in building tile the
-= 7/CK, 9rT -_- < T y T rK MC UTS.r&O pile is to make a layer of leaves grew up there. She's the head chef American Agriculture Movement got

<7/c-K "" !; 'K ?-- straw, grass clippings and other there now. such rotten coverage from the news
organic materials one foot deep wet Thanks to what the other media. The, farmers are not protesting -
.; .The pendulum dock WJ invented by Christian Huygsns,. in 1656. down and pack. Spread a layer of enployees there told me about Athens against the American people.
I knew where to and what to do
manure 4-6 Inches deep over this go They are not asking for handouts and
layer of wet material.Then spread up when I got there. higher subsidies. Just the opposite Is
$,RID4 BBADFORO COG to three pounds of superphosphate "1 may get to visit London or Paris true. They are asking for "parity"I I
; E one day, but so far I've enjoyed which Is fair
N and one pound of ground limestone or a price for their product I
p dolomite per 100 square feet Athens best." The A.A.M. stated that parity cannot
.. Instead of the superphosphate, you DeSue has more travelling/ In his be achieved with so much govern
'th eIrrap1 use five pounds of a complete future.When he completes his 10 days ment control and can be reached only .
garden fertilizer such as... per 100 in SEMINAR he will report to Surface through the free market without subsidies ;
Oc 0 Warfare Officers'School: at Newport and
square feet Also a layer of topsail is government Interference. '
t\\1 '., .BOB G. FEftGUSON JOHN M. MILLER sometimes used. Then continue to R.I. for the advanced course. They want to. get the government "
..." 110N r I' PublisMrsR repeat the process until the pile baa Although DeSue plans to make the completely out of farming and allied 1
.?* Acid dAvctl 3. 1879' Compost will begin to heat after two has already given his retirement their march on Washington could be *
., SublaO tom rate m trade area: .7 per year:'M s'a months. or three days. Keep it moist but not some in thought "I have second major used against them but it was a risk .I
OutsKto trade area f 3 per yes: $4.50 tin. months.. too wet, and do not disturb it for get secondary out and teach education. I'll probably science. they had to take. Their survival was
r>H> 'e 964 6306 Stark*. Fla awhile. After three or four weeks,. political at stake. t
fork It over,mixing the parts obtain Then again DeSue said grinning "I Paul I. Men* j
uniformity. may just open my own restaurant" Hampton Fla.

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Church Dedication, iOpen House Set for March 28th The NHe River flews slier. blue. ..... at flood time when
It W 9 Mwwwfl brown.WATER .
Prefcyterian The Hrriir Mft--T af lit.Font A covered dish dinner wiU b*sieve fbe organisation meeting was Mel .....y being dedicated in December.
ed after the morning wwith in the early MeUvoSSt Church, then '..
Its new J In isoe.its .be SScttedta open house in the fvltnmSSK Hall kx sled on Church Street, and (beat* > After serving continuously& in the
eation 1 Kast Oil Stave* from 2 to 4 p.m. Closed circuit television of that church wee aflftrctf to the tame location For 92 years, the sane
during the
Sunday. MardtlB.moraine wortMp hour. will bring the dedication service Pi Mbyterlans until they coufct erect ttttry was'moved In July 1978. to Its : DOHT LEAVE IT ALL
The Hain.. seated in the Fellowship sa tuary of their own. law location at the intersection of
preached dedication sermon will be the event that all cannot be n September of 1886 a tract of .land State Road 230 and Bessent Road. An TO THE BUREAUCRATS
by Rev Barry D. seated in the sanctuary, on) North Cherry Street was donatedto itensive building program, confer .
?Vanpeventer.ur Ke a former pastor of the The church was originally built on (the Presbyterian by Mr and MmG itittg to the architecture of the .
> church
now serving as executive North Cherry Street following an influx at secretary of The Presbytery of northern families to Starke in Jajrob M. Truth, and Mrs. Angelina add a Fellowship Hall and nursery,as. WHAT Public meetings on water management
Charleaton.s.C. the early IflflO's, including several Welter as a site for their chu t. It well as renovation of the original
The morning well-to-do families from Pennsylvania was completed within the year pro- sanctuary at a total cost of 225000. WHYs The Suwannee River Water Management District has .
charge worship will be In the Interested! in investing in broad legislative' authority. to manage and regulate
of the
interim Rev. !
Jack Hand pastor. citrus groves. Among these were a your water. We went to hear your Ideas on how we
McGinnis of, assisted by Rev. Don number of Presbyterians who,finding i II Tlu.OBITUARIES IUII1I1I1UJT T should do It
Jacksonville secretary no church of this denomination in
of the Suwannee Presbytery, and
former pastor .f the church a Starke gathered together and II I TOPICS: Piping of water out of the District
organized one on December 15, 1884 i Duape Andrew Well.
W.S. McAlitey, of Chester. S.C. with 23 charter members. I\lrt.lrla F. Knowles e- ,flood, control

Duane Andrew Wells age 25 who Mrs. Iris F. Knowles 51, of "' e'R.guletlonsProtection
St. Marks Episcopal Church lived in Ocean Beach,Calif.. was killed Route 1, age !
Begins ; Lawtey (Highland), died
I Feb. 27 in San Diego, Calif. In aglider suddenly ,at her home Wednesday of Suwannee RiverDrainage j, .
accident. Born in Wiesbaden,;: March 7. Born t..
Lenten in
Season Fla. June .
ObservancesSLMark's Leesburg ,
t\o\ '
& : January 7,1954\ ,he had lived 9, 1927.she and her husband haamoved ", ,
Church ; In California for the past :2 1-2 to Highland last December. She e Goals and objectives i +
Episcopal began be saved by his Master and afforded He was an automobile mechan I
its annual Parish Lenten observanceson years was a member of the .f- '
another oportunity to fulfill God's ic Trinity Baptist
and was of the faith.
Ash Wednesday,February 28.with wishes. [ his Episcopal Dr. & Church in Jacksonville, where they WHEN AND WHERE.'f"
are parenta,
Holy Eucharist and .of the John. had lived for
Impostion Following church service aauestlonanswser Ms. many years.
Wells Jr.,of Rt.3 Hawthorne
Ashes at both the held Surviving Is her husband
10 a.m. and 7:30 session was in and ,Maryland
grandparents, Mr. Mrs. Live Oak Mar. 22 Commissioners Conf. Rm.
; County
services.On I
p.m. the Parish House on the sermon topic.StMark's daughter, Mrs. Jacquelyn
John C. Wells Sr., of Dunnellon 2 .
; 7:00 P.M. Suwannse Co. Courthouse
D. Covert :
Wednesday evening March of Jacksonville Randall
7, 1 -
a parishioners and Rector, bi{ others John C. Wells III of Leeds : son r ,
covered dish supper was held in the Reverend John Flynn invite the com Alabama' and Keith L. Wells of W. Knowles of Jacksonville; S High Springs Mar., 26 Civic Center Parish House followed by evening munity to participate in the Lenten Hawthorne 2 sisters Mrs. Aurelia brothers Paul Collier of Pomono 7:00: P.M.Starke +,
services in the church. The Park Fla., Ollie Collier of Californiaand "
prayer programs to be held every Wednesday Stone of Harlem, and Miss
Reverend W. McLaurine Hall rectorof evening through April 4. A M. Wells Georgia of Hawthorne. Perry Sauls of Hampton, S.C.; 1 Apr 3 Chamber of Commerce Conf. Rm.
St.Jaraes Church in Stephanie: sister Mrs Mona C. of Willis- 7:00 P.M.
Episcopal nursery wit be provided for very Wright :
uneral Services held at 2:30 .
Lake City, delivered the sermon. The children. Older children and ton and 4 grandchildren.. .
young March 3 in the Lake
Saturday Trinity
p n. Funeral City Apr. S County Commissioners Rm.
concerned God's work services held at 11
message teens y games and watch films were
Church in Melrose with '
through his servant Jonah, who fled while adults are participating In the Rev.Episcopal Fred Yerkes Burial a.m. Friday, March 9. in the DeWitt 7:00: P.M. Columbia Co. CourthouseChiefland '
from the Lord's instructions only to discussion sessions officiating. C. Jones f'lmeraillome Chapel with
was in Melrose Cemetery under the Apr, 10 City Commission Conf. Rm.
direction of DeWitt C. Jones FuneralHome. LeRoy Olive officiating Burialwas 7:00: P.M.Madison ".
Rally Set Grace in the Highland Cemetery.
| Saturday at
BaptistA Apr. 12 Fine Arts Auditorium ,' ,
7:00 P.M. North Florida Jr.
Youth Rally is set this Saturday, The Youth Rally is set Saturday at Aubrey A.Conner :
March 17, by the New River Baptist 7:30 p.m. in Grace Baptist Church Mrs. Irene .Brooks Aubrey'A. Conner age 60. of Para
Association as pert of the obsenanceof under the leadership of Rev. C.R. dine Point Keystone Heights, died In For a draft copy of the goals and objectives, call ((904)) 397-2111/
Youth Week being observed March11.l Swartz, associations church training Mrs. Irene Mildred Brooks 44,resl- the Alachua General Hospital in 362-1001 or writ.;
Jn many area churches. director. A program has been planned. ddnt of Route 1, Box 166 of Starke Gainesville,Thursday March 8. fol-,
passed away early Sunday morning lowing a lingering Illness.Born in Callahan Suwannee River Water Msnag mant District .
Youth Week when the young people There will be a Bible drill for daughter an extended illness. The Fla., Jan. 31, 1913, Mr. Conner Post Office Drawer K
of the late Huldah Prevail
take charge of the program and children grades 4-6; a movie, "Devilat had lived in Keystone Heights for 8 White Springs Florida 32099 '
provide leadership. This teaches the the Wheel" will also be shown. and Richard L. Lee. former pioneer yean. He was a retired Yard Foreman
young people responsibility and the A time of fellowship will be held and re ident of Bradford County,she was for the Florida Wire & Cable
bt and raised in Starke and attendee
refreshments rn Company of memberof
importance of working together. will be served after the Jacksonville a
Most'' Southern Baptist churches service. Bradford County schools She was the Hope Baptist Church and of the*
across America observe Youth Week All interested persons are invited to a member of Air Park Baptist Hope Baptist Brotherhood.
once a vear. attend. Cfiurch. Survived by his wife Beulah Batten "Using the
She Is survived by her husband Conner; 1 daughter Mrs. Sylene Godwin -

I Batsell Baxter to Preach at Church of ChristOne Zjme Brooks; three; sisters two sons, Mrs., Larry DorothyL andRindy Benny of Temple Conner Terrace.of Bryceville Fla.;,3 Clyde eons Short Form

enbee, Mrs. Doris Stewart Mrs. Conner In Ellis Conner both of Callahan -
of the most widely known church each Sunday morning At 7:35: Lftrine Sanders; two brothers, Herman ;i 1 sister Mrs. Beulah Mae Bell of
ministers Churches of Christ. Lee and R.L. Lee all of Starke, Baldwin and
among a.m. over station WPXE. Visitors are 6 grandchildren.
Batsell Barrett Baxter, will be always welcome and a special Invitation O IB grandchild also survived. Funeral services were at 1:30 p.m. could cost
preaching at the Starke Church of is extended to the services this Funeral services were conducted Saturday,March 10, In the Hope Baptist runny W. Block
Christ on Sunday, March 18, at the week. T eaday at 2 p.m. at the Chapel of Church, with Rev. Leamon Ward "
morning worship service. Dr. Baxter cher-Tanner Funeral Home with & Rev.Pat Murphy Officiating. Interment you money!
is not only a well known evangelist St. Edwards News Rev. James Starling officiating. was in Conner-Green Cemetery
but is also an author having had Burial will follow in Santa Fe in Nassau County. DeWitt C. Jones

several I books published. He Is also an Mrs. Antoinette Coss. president. Cemetery with Archer-Tanner of Funeral Home was In charge of the If you don't know tax laws, you need H&R
Funeral Home in
charge ar
educator now serving as Chairman of presided at the meeting of St. Ed rangements. arrangements Block to review your tax situation. You want
the Bible Department of David
ward's Altar Society held In the
Lipscomb College in Nashville, Ten- parish hall on March 6. Altar Chairman Vera D.LambingMrs. to be sure you are using the proper taxform.
nessee. Antoinette Stefanelli announcedthat Vera D. Lambing age 78 of Even If filed '
Mrs. R.Griff. you the Short Form last
I Evelyn SJ
The Church of Christ meets at SR 18 Ruby Dahnke and Terry Aston Keystone Heights died in the Alachua
West and MacMahon Street in Starke. have altar care during the month of Mrs. Evelyn R.Griff, 52, of 424 E. General Hospital in Gainesville Tues year, your circumstances this year could
Services are held each Sunday morn- March. Madison St., died Monday March 12, day.March: 6, following long illness. let you save money by filing the Long Form. .
ing at 10 and 11 a.m. and the evening Members were invited to attend the Iri the Bradford County Hospital after Born in Brooklyn, N.Y. May 1. 1900 ,
services are'at 6, p.m. Wednesday Gainesville Deanery Meeting a i extended illness. Born in Bradford she moved to Keystone Heights from At H&R Block,we'll take all the time neces-
evening services are held at 7:30: p.m. scheduled for March 29 at Chiefland. C>unty, she had lived here ail-of her < 'Jacksonville in 1965. Mrs. Lambing sary because we want to be sure you pay
A radio,Irs by gelautvrJ i "' 'PlaJ\J were made for a covered-dish-4;:', lie, and-was:,: the? .wi idjn W.pI.the 14th.'KJ, was a member of the St. Anne's Epis-,
re ( the lowest
rhYiY1k.. :%sC}:. : ,.. rffinner to b*held'In the 'tll1f'Kalforf ', arkl tUn.I ; ISM; -.t ed,( .(iM>pal Church legitimate tax. ,
March 25. Baptist Church. Survived by one son Jerome P.
I Of Thanks Mrs. Claire Brunetti Introduced her She is survived by t daughter, Mrs. Dodge of St. Croix, Virgin Islands < I:
guest, Mrs. Kathleen Brunetti, Barbara' Kirkland of Brooker; 2 grandchildren and 4 great-grand- H&R BLOCK'THE
visiting from Ocean City, N.J. sisters\ Mrs. Beatrice Godwin of children., I
Deepest thanks and appreciationgoes Reverand Father Patrick Foley, Starke and Mrs. Margaret Sipe ofCburtland Graveside funeral services were INCOME TAX PEOPLE f t
out to all our friends and relatives pastor gave Information on the upcoming N.Y.; 1 brother Willie held at 2J30::; p.m. on Friday. March 9, t
for all the flowers, food, phone Bike-A-Thon sponsored by the Robinson of Newberry, and 5 grand- In Keystone Heights Cemetery with Appa/m.nlt Available 627 S. Water St.
calls and all the comfort they brought Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.Memberswere children. her son,Jerome P. Dodge.officiating.
during the death of my beloved husband urged to volunteer services for Funeral services were held Burial was in the family plot under 064-8286 Hwy 100 Starke. Fla./!!
Parnell Tyson. We are forever the parish booth at the Bradford Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Chapel ofAkcherTanner the direction of DeWitt a Jones Funeral
grateful. May God bless and keep County Fair.Following. Funeral Home with Home.

each of you Is my prayer.. the meeting .. Countryman officiating.Interment _.......... I
Mrs.Parnell Tyson refreshments were served by Mrs. followed in Elzey Chapel r I
and Family Ann Gingras and Mrs. Jane Bawek. Cemetery In Union County.. i

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Tornado welghtlifting coach! David h
r Hurse figures defending state champ, -. ''JI
Buchholx the Tornadoes, and the: jf .1-1
Fernandina team they handled:
Wednesday wijl be the tO three, "
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teams at state."Buchholz -- "W' mi HRND* i mrBBHH> Mun anBBHBHBv ', '
is pretty clearly th1 Thee right Tornado Mrlghtlifirn will) be off to the stale on. Timmy Jonf :Mark Jones .\UonMoorr: tu i., "I 1 j i ,I'
odds-on favorite: Hurse noteii, "andI HelKhllifllng, meet Saturday. March 17. and Isaiah Jenkins. Mike Jordan Is not pictured but will br r I
figure we're going to be hanj pressed From left lo right lhe>' are': Allen' Scott Randy Thom,. going with the tram to Burhholi as an alternate t
for second. Fernandina looks like

the biggest competition" for I second'' Alton Moore has an ouslde chance to would have placed him third in the Summary : lH-Martln. B. IHIS3. ':
place right now. j I
what do score and Allen Scott has a shot at it If state meet a year ago. 123-Dailf.: B. 223-203-430. Ulllianil.FB. '
season"Really in dual meets you has very during ittle tot(y he real picks"up in this last week Moore will lift at 163. witb-Scott! lit 410. Lyons, FB. 305. .';; as._.
., a meet. ting In the Isaiah 13r-Dlnk'lnli.: FB 3M3. Thorn Con. B.
do with how well you'll do at[state allot heavyweight class
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Jeffery Norman poled a jsm! Iout ditublr to kit field on thir pitch knock In one of times," the Bradford coach Thompson the favorites and In Davis their probably weight dive rateas Jenkins 181. and Mark Jones, 148 150-170-320.I4K-M. Jones.Thomas.' 'B.B, 18.VI4V3IO.245>I99440: '.
run and wow the home lon crowd against Santa t-r Frldry ninhl. noted "when you get to this time I of. lions. Randy has totaled school will round out the eight-man state :\Ioblf'F. lie Slalnakrr. B.
Norman I hi ripping the ball al a SMI'pace through Hrudford'n firM KM rn games, the year (state meet time) the!type of record 610! pounds this 35 a meet unit for BHS with Mike Jordanas 150-145-293.
.quality points you have is what" is In-iporlant an alternate.
I above the 575 total Lawrence Patrick The state meet starts at 1 p.m. with 163-Albrrta, F. 585. T. Jones
lifted to win the 198 pound division weigh-in at 9:30.: 273-233-510. Moore, B, 270-233-503.
Last year BUS finished second to last year. Prime competition will IHI-Yeomans. B. 5-22StS2,
Arms of Allen Clark; Buchholz at the state meet amassing' come from Alan Brown of Fernan Jenkins B. 253-240-593. L. Jenkins F.
17 points on the strength of Individual dina. He's totaled 580 and was the on- Bits 38-Fernandlna.30 525. "
title wins by Lin Davis and Lqwrwce ly oponent to beat the Tornado junior The Tornadoes won five weight tax-Thompson.. B.: 319-J70JSR9.: ,
Patrick. The Bobcats totaled' 34' this year classes in gaining revenge on the O'learj.F. 431 Chapman, B.
Bats of Norman Northrup points. This season the Tornadoes; Davis, last year's 114 pound state Pirates one of just two teams to beat 220-205-405. .n ,">:. .
strength is In underclassman but. has carded an unbeatenrecord Bradford this year (Baker was the Ilty-Brown. F, 573', Scott. B,
again they will fight for a top spot. in the 132 pound division but other one). 245-2JO-475.: Sulndell. B, lflO-IHO-370.'
"I think Randy Thompson Is;, just last week slimmed down to the
Tornadoes WinsBradford's capable of being state ) 123 pound class: where his state title
Spark to
chazipion.Jand St Edwards Church Halt
Lin Davis could : aspirations are even greater. Lin's
champ but they both will have tQ be at: best this season Is 445.
their best"Purse started when Asked'' Tim Jones has totaled 525 In the 165 BINGOEvery I
Tornadoes continued committed five errors but still surprised who his potential point-getters are, pound class this year, an aggregate! !
their winning ways with a second con the hosting 'Canes, who had "Tim Jones could place if he'. at his., that would have earned fourth In the Saturday 8:00: P.M.
el'utive 2-1 week highlighted by a 5-3 been beaten only by Tampa Catholic, best... Charles Ycomans could place;;! 1978 state meetYeomans r
road win over Gainesville High last In Gainesville Thursday. but he'll have to lift over his head.'' has lifted.540 at 181. That 41 IN. Temple Ave. St.rke. f lai011 .
Thursday Kenny Clark scattered the GUS
Piilatkd bounced BUS 6-3 Wednesday safeties and continued his early- ...
:March 7. to start the week but season form of throwing ground ballsto
the! win over the previously 9-1 Hurricjncs earn his first win In the Tornado
coupled with an lid rout of victory The sophomore surrenderedjust
Santa Fe tell the Tornadoes with a 5-2 one earned run to Gainesville to 1 I g jHDQ J
mark with two game this week, both lower bin ERA to 0.54: In 13 and one- 1 I i l Cll t
aafrom home.Gainesville JJJ
third Innings of work.
Eastside will entertainHI lilt offense was little but timely ,
IS Thursday.March 13. for a 4 p.m. against Gainesville's Tommy Cook.
game and Bradford will go to St. The most timely hit was Doug Red- / / 1 /
Augustine Tuesday March 20, for a dish's sixth inning single that scored S f .,
7 :jo p m contest. two runs and gave Clark a 5-1 lead to
work with. Jeffery Norman had A
Itlls 1 II l.1 4 el started Ihe frame off with a single up
the middle with one out. Keith Nor
It was! all Tornadoes before a chilled thrup was walked and Bill Goodge r
home-town crowd Friday night in ,moved the runners along with a
St.irko BHS plated runners in every sacrifice bunt Gainesville intentionally -
inning against the winless Raiders passed Scott Allen to load the !! 1
and Iri'shman! pitcher Scott Allen bases and Reddish came through witha '- : _
recorded his fourth straight win witha clutch single to left. The ball hit In _
three hit.II strikeout performancein the outfield and bad.hopped over the F
the game shortened to six innings Hurricane Icftfieldor as Norman and I FRESH GREENCUKES
betausc of the ten run rule. Northrup scored.Gainesville SAVE 2 HEADS '=' i
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f cnterfieldcr! Jeffery Norman, seCond tightened the game ICEBERG :
baseman Kenny Clark and left- back up in the bottom of the last inn- BELL SAVE! 304 ,
fielder Kevin Tillman led a nine-hit ing. Sonny Thompson singled and BANANAS
nlfensive\! for Bradford that was aided scored when Ricky Dale poked a long LETTUCE @ S9C PEPPEr259
by !siuxldy Santa. F I hiked his batting average to a lofty scored on Bradford's fifth error but
I 500 with a Ihrif-for-four! three RBI Clark worked for a couple of groun- IfEXTRA FANCY RED SWEET WESTERN JET FRESHFLORIDA ,
game Clark and:Tillman both stroked douts to cinch the win. A ..d DELICIOUS FRESH HAWAIIAN' .
two hits. Kenny was a perfect two Norman picked up two of the tour FRESH WHITE ; SAVE 406 PINE{
for two with two ribbies and a coupleof Tornado hits in four plate ap- APPLES. t
I runs scored..while'.Kevin'e. hits-. 0 pearanceswhileNorthrupwasoneforone _.__ .. u a a ,., ; : ,
I came in three at bats and with two with two walks and two runs GRAPEFRUIT I .. 9'7 FCR t. y '
I." "dl 5149
runs scored. Catcher Keith Northrup scored. kTO POUND,, uCN8 a"13OI" $11'9r.*
kept his seven game hitting streak ONOIOOIOSI .. IOHS @-:8/'Ioq EACH. !
alive by singling in the last inning. 1010111 1Wlmt
"1 just! want one more shot at it." .,..Cl..fc.. I.I. i
Northrup said after his second at bat. POPCORN FRESH NEW FLORIDA FRESH ASSORTED RARE
lie got it and upped his batting Pal s-IUlS3 : STRAW- SWEETPOTATOES RED BLISSPOTATOES HOUSE i:

average to 412, second on the team The Tornadoes outhit the Panthers 2 .ifQ49c
behind Norman 7-6 but two of the home sides safeties I PLANTS !
Allen helped his stats as he mowed
were two-run home runs and the other aAVE KM
down batters in the win. After the two were "gimmies" as BHS fell 6-3 LARGE SIZE } ; 5 3. i !
game; his season worksheet read: 4 in Palatka Wednesday 4 $10.0 59c 5lfH69c
wins 0 losses, 27 innings pitched, 35 Scott Hull and Danny Hawkins TOMATOES __ S LB BAG fi
strikeouts, 19 walks 16 hits allowed, 5 blasted the round trippers for Palatka
earned runs allowed for a 1.30 earnedrun while the other two runs for the home VAL u @ 49 u \

average.. side came on BHS mistakes. Losing U.S. NO. 1 FRESH PACKED FRESH FRESH FLORIDACEELLO I
The ninth grader pitched goose eggs pitcher Kevin Tillman wild pitched In .I
before finally allowing the Raiders a one run in the first inning and Palatka FRE 5 H BATIHGPEAKS SLAW orSALAD' REDRADISHES.
run in the sixth.
scored on two BUS errors in the second ,
BHS opened tM scoring in the first CTN. Oft SAVE JOB '. i
inning Clark walked to start things The Tornadoes finally got untracked FANCYS FARMBEST SAVE 100 I
off and stole second. With two outs in the sixth, scoring all three of 39C ''' 39LB "oo 49 C CELLO C I
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pitch to the 305 foot mark in left field.Bradford's game, singled to left to, open the i
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line limited Norman to a double on binge. FRESH SAVE 174
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many major league parks. season (he is just back from the WN9TEPOTATOES -. BULK
academically ineligible list) and hedidn't niE' GREEN CAN
tP.HSlIIJ'J..1I 0OII-I look as sharp as he was last u t

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Mar. I*, IW TKIJSfittAPH Pau' I II 1

BOYS Bradford TMnclads Busy GIRLS

BUS Win Home I -
Opener. high jump while Isaiah Jenkins took 1 1awf
The Tornadoes BHS coach Rick: Stephens said after Bradford Second la Own Meet
won a fau+way fourth in the 100 with a 10.82 time .
home opener by the alter Brown 440 The Lady Tornadoes took second
., narrowestThurst anchoring the 440 relay. handed Smitth hips ofltthhe
Mir 72 over North Mal ion. BUS tOth at Pslatka lavttatlonal A I season. first defeat behind North Marion Thursday In a
8. Lake QQ' four team meet hosted by BHS.
closed with 60 points, one ahead of The Johnny Badillo took lhinIin: the two The Lady Colts accumulated W.S
Fernandina Beach's 59. Tornadoes placed 10th in a solid mile with Ricky Nugent fourth and points to Bradford's 51. Lake CHy's
12 team field at the Palatka Martin
Richard Smith Invita Kersey fifth in the
won going away In tional Mme 49.5 and Fernandina Beach's 44.
the 880 for BHS while Barry Thomas Just Friday. event. Bradford also had two adorers BHS took firsts in three events. In
added an easy win In the pole vault at two entrants scored Bradford'spoints in both the pole vault and ISO In. the meet Marian Putnam seta school 1 M '
in the
10'even. No meet won easily by host termediate hurdles.
other competitor could record In the discus with a 110' ton.
dear the V7"starting height Palatka. Richard Smith won the 880 Todd Samons and Barry Thomas of She also took second In the shot with a
with a 2:01.9: time as he continued to BHS tied for J
Johnny Badillo added the other Tornado fourth with 10'3" pole 293.ZJ" effort.
victory in the 2 mile run and a bead on the school record of vaults. Thomas also took fourth In the Theressa Woody was a winner In

placed third in the mile run, one spot ," to Barry claim fifth Thomas In that pole event.vaulted 330 Allen IM's Scott with rounded Johnny Tatum fifth. the high Jump with a .'1" leap.
behind out Bradlord'llndlvldual
runnerup John Bennett of Bradford's mile relay team of Kitty
Bradford. Charles Lee closed in scoring with a 109 third Leasure Hankerson
BUS at Bottom of Palatka 4-Way place discus Judy Kim
fourth to give BHS a 2-3-4 finish. i toss.LacIU'noolo Slocum. and Louette Smith won that

Chuck Williams placed second with ,BUS was dumped to last place In a r run with a 4:53.5: clocking.
a 56.4 second 440 yard dash for the four team track meet in Palatka The Bradford 4x110 relay unit was
Tornadoes. BHS got thirds from the Tuesday March 13. nipped at the wire by Lake City with
440 relay unit and high Jumper Frank The Tornadoes scored just 33 pointsin both teams timed In M.8 leconds.
Coss. Henry Pete added( a fifth In the the meet, way,behind host Palatka Judy Hankerson, Theressa Woody, a
Kathy Pettaway, and Louette Smith
I made up the BUS unit. Other Bradford
-- placers were:
DWIGHT SLATER'S ..-.I.I t ,'- Kim Slocum,with a 1:12.0 fifth place ,,, ?
Hull. ...u., Richer mlHi crul... to a showing in the quarter-mile.. ... 4kkY

victory In Indfotf. *four.wey m..t Thun' The mile medlay relay team, third ." ..., -
Open FOAJI & Scat .0' On Friday th. rmMla(humor U 94 with a 5:23.3: time. wN .I
li.8.301S. U personal bari ISO of 21G, I.'to win lit ho Hankerson and Pettaway second and >i't \.
7 A.M. 12 P.M. mar* compotltlvo '.I.t..' Invitational. third in the 220 with 28.0 and 29.0 ., .
----- ------- A Walnut Sf. He'un.........ovortti dlctanco thli r..". times respectively. ."o+.ii-,1:., --. ,.....-.....-..-..
Ninth grader Tiffany Griffis third in M.rl_ Putnam twirl**a .chool roc.,"
which scored 160 points to win. Lake ... win th. dlxut I In Tint,.'
MOTOR Oil the two mile with a 15:53: time In her 119 VMI to
PEPSI Weir took second with New Smyrna first race. II.,'I .......
$159 29 Bradford Beach scoring for third.35 points to shade .Tammy Baldree sixth in the high
3Qts. $1 Tax jump with a 3'10" effort
16 OZ, The Tornadoes were shut out of the Late Flurry Pushes BUS
Plus Tax B Pk. ft pep individual winner's circle: too with Lady Tornadoes EighthIn To Close 3rd at Palatka Wsy
half-mller Richard Smith coming the 12 Team Palatka Invite
The Tornadoes 26
All DRAWS BEER closest to a win with his second in the Lady piled up
Borden'a 880.Smith Marian Putnam scored nine points points in the meets last four events to
ran a 2:03 time to the
cross herself as the Lady Tornado track take third place In a four team
$ 79 line behind
| *| 00 CaseF1ILN who hit the Palatka's tape In 2:00.0.Harvey Brown, team finished eighth In Friday's Palatka contest Tuesday March 13.
Qal. Over Cost high Jumper Tnorotta Palatka Invitational meet. The late rush gave BHS 60 points to
Woody cloarod *T .to. take first a* tho tossed the discus
"They ran their him." The BHS junior Lake Weir's 65 and winner Palatka's
ace against four from moot In Stark Thursday. 109 feet even to claim second place 74.3. New Smyrna Beach carried the
and then came back with a third place rear with 55.5 points.
32 foot put of the shot to score the bulk The final four events were the high
of Bradford's 13 points in the 12 team jump, discus, 2-mile, and mile relay
meet. and Bradford scored high in all four.
Ocala Forest rang up 123 points Theressa Woody claimed the high
Ill iJiHi 1 I mt (BHS had 13) to top the field promp- jump title with a 4'8" best
ting BHS girls coach Grover Howard
to say "They're as good a girls teamas Marian Putnam scored a double by
I've seen, we've got a ways to go to taking the discus with a 1047/4 effort.
catch up to them." Earlier she had popped a personalbest
e / High jumper Theressa Woody 34'4" to win the shot put.
jumped 4'7" to tie for fifth In the vertical Janet Jordan took second in the .
A'' jump, three Inches off the 5' 2-mile with 8-14:06.1: time In her first
: / mark that is her personal best and varsity meet and the mile relay unit
p 1I that won the Palatka meet. It was her from Bradford closed the Bradford 4
/ first defeat of the young season. spree with a win. Judy Hankerson.Kim .
''' BHS' took fifth in the mila relay Slocum, Kitty Leasure and
NOW THRU with a season best of 4:32.0.: Kitty Louette Smith combined for a 4:32.7:
Leasure, Judy Hankerson Kim time for victory.
Slocum, and Louette Smith made up BHS had a couple of other second ,
the unit that scored two team points places in the meet. Hankerson clocked
GREATFor with the win. a 29.0 220 for second Leasure was \
-' "I was really pleased with the mile next behind the winner In the 440 witha
Your Traditional St. Patrick's Day Celebration! 1 relay team." Howard said, "the good 65.7 time and Lisa Norman ran to a a
thing Is I think there's room to improve 20.3 second place finish in the 110 low :
.LOTS OF KEIP c E a good bit there." hurdles.


miml Lady Tornado*58 3-0 For Week -
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118 A 'OUNDKRAFT were in on two wins apiece as the a crucial doubles match as the
583 ady Tornadoes won In Gainesville Bradford girls grabbed the upper
KRAFT Tuesday, March 13. hand In the Thursday, March 8, first
> jockei won a forfeit In singles In- meeting of the two teams this year.
PARKAY VELVEETA CHOPS ti + fante was an 8-3 winner and the two tlt<*.. Mid.1 IMI.w4n"_,MM......tnt
combined for an 8-1 win in numberone .
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CREAM GRILL The Lady Tornadoes revenged an
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CHEESE .FRANKS' LEA CAL ASSORTED 80S CUP 5-2 win on the home courts Monday, Tourney

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Page 12 TELEGRAPH Mar. IS. l.7. '

Lady Tornadoes Hit Rocky ells I lAtiell 1 Bradford

Road in First Week .
of Softball Buddy Softball'

BHS' Lady Tornadoes started the scoring nine runs In the second and .' ., .

1979 Softball season off on a rocky third innings. Clay batted around In .. ---- .-.---. ... : Collings
road with three losses last week. the fourth to put the game under lock __ -- -- UnderwayTelegraph
Clay High bopped Bradford 26-11 and key.
Thursday Gainesville was a 13-2 win The Lady Tornadoes rapped out
ner over BUS Friday and) Gainesville five hits in a row in the five run second -
Oak Hall ended a rough opening week Inning. Dawn Schoening started Sports Editor

for the local team with a 16-10 win In things off with a single and Hope r J IIlllJIIIIJlJlJl'IU'' "
Starke Monday. >Jackson, Linda Sawyer and Dana
Cooper followed with base raps before Two county teams and a Kingsley Lake ball club are in the field at the Rainbow
Hall BIIS 10 Terri Parrish pounded a grand slam At Marine Invitational at Brooker this weekend the first. real double-elimination

In a game that was 7-6 Bradford'sWay homer some 40 feet over the left Softball event I know of in Bradford. '
after four Innings Oak Hall's fielder's head to clear the bases. Marine the host team Is the old Brooker club and will be Joined by the Starke
Lady Eagles accepted Lady Tornado Sawyer was one for one with two Misfits and North Central Baptist Church of Klnsgsley Lake in the 12 team field.
errors and walks to claim a 16-10 vic walks while Schoening slapped three :. Action starts Friday at 7 p.m., continues Saturday with the final set for 3:45: Sun-
hits ;..!..)!......,. .. _._ ... _.. day afternoon.
tory In a battle of winless teams Mon- in four trips. '" ---- -'-- -------'-'-

day in Starke. INS < l4t | .. || Lady Tornado third baseman Phyllis Cuffee make sure her foot 1 II on the bag Cheerleader's Efforts Defended '
14 bases on balls and BUS defensive Ctay' ?"I!11 ..>. .
to a sliding Lady Hurricane runner Friday.
lapses helped the light-hitting Lady home A friendly reader called to speak out for the BUS cheerleaders this week. Part
Eagles tally their 16 runs. BHS played St. Augustine at of last week's column was devoted to reader's complaints that Bradford IUghwasn't
and has three
Wednesday March 14, "
cheerleaders this Winter.
represented at enough by
BUS scored four times In the first dou-
inning with Linda Sawyer's double games ble this week starting with March a Gaines Flirts With Par Monday another reader and parent of a cheerleader phoned to inform me of a
header today Thursday fact that I, and maybe some of the people who have complained didn't realize.
and Phyllis Cuffee's two-b8gger doing
The varsity cheerleader's was forced to quit the voluntary job after'
15.Keystone sponsor
most of the damage. They got two wiU the
Heights provide Golfers FallBradford football season and for awhile the varsity girls were without a sponsor, maybe
more runs back to knot the score at today But Tornado
opposition in Keystone starting '
through for the year said the caller, Finally JV sponsor Debra Prevatt took over
the third stanza. Parrish
64 in Terry will to
at 3 p.m. Clay High come .
both squads and through the basketball campaigns of the five BUS teams '
tripled with one out and scored on pit Starke for a game starting at 4 p.m. High's golfers lost their season, last week and with'another cage
tried to around best she '
and mini-bus for road )
spread herself one ( games as
cher Janice double. Doll off the team is left
Berry's Wednesday, March 21. third and fourth matches of the starter dropping could.
Waters then singled to plate Berry with just three boy golfers and two
with the tieing run. girls to round out the squad. Prep Basketball Champ
In the fourth the homestandingLady Baker beat the Tornadoes 171-216 in Martin County, Ocala Vanguard, Vernon. and Tallahassee Maclay were
Tornadoes took the lead for the Tornado Netters Searclf of Macclenny Wednesday and Live Oak crowned as state high school basketball champs last weekend in Lakeland.
first time in the game as Hope out-stroked BHS 177-196 at the Starke Martin County of Stuart climaxed a 31-4 year with a 75-71 win over Lakeland
Jackson reached on a fielder's choice Golf and.Country Club Tuesday afternoon High in the 4A championship game. Vanguard won Its second straight 3A title
and scored two batters later on Par. and closed a 31-3 year with a 62-52 finals win over Bartow. '
rish's ground out to make it 7-6. Then Elusive .500 Level Richard Gaines kept up his consistent Vernon closed as Florida's only undefeated team, capping a 27-0 year with a .
the bottom fell out. play with two 38's last week 58-54 2A championship win over Pahokee. Finally Tallahassee Maclay 30-5, won J
The win gave Oak Hall a 1-2 record "We keep flirting with .500 but we win the top doubles match 8-6: and making him medalist in both mat the state small school title. In Saturday's first final 65-63 over Pompano I
for the season as Bradford fell to 03. can't quite get over it." said Tornado avert a shutout loss. ches. In the Baker County match Highlands Christian.....
Terry Parrish collected three hits tennis coach Mike Sexton after a 1.2 ll..,...MMf..._Orrlfl.t-4i VM Wt*...otiorMima Gaines a junior was followed by Loose Change

in three at bats In the afternoon con week dropped the Tornadoes to 6-7 for ..,,.._*....1.-----Hi Wh..... ..MOT...... *-4.OovMMi Joey Herres with a 41, Craig Bryan Okay okay so North Carolina my pick to win the Eastern Regional got knocked .
test to raise her batting average to the season. They started the week OHHIctohiMOT.. .ml.MOT M..i 1,11 Ht 56, and Luanna Mundorff, 71, in her out their first time out in the NCAA tournament by Penn. Didn't my other
.875 while Phyllis Cuffee and Janice even-steven at *-3. _._.,..Wh.P.... .....*r>_HormmoM .... first varsity match. three picks (Michigan.State In the Mideast Indiana State In the Midwest, and "
Berry went two for three. RaotnideS-nilSZ Herres backed Gaines with a San Francisco In the West) survive the first weekend Hurry? Besides UNC didn't
OH <...IIIIt season best of 40 in Starke Tuesday. just let me down. With both North Carolina and Duke losing Sunday the whole
PHI 4011 I .'II "We were in It all the way and we Gaines scored a 58 over the home state of North Carolina has a deep case of Tar Heel blues... ,
could have won but just couldn't get Bikc-A-Thcn SetA course and Mundorff was down to no. ...Bradford High's Spring Sports Banquet is scheduled for March 22 at 7 p.m. at .
G11S the breaks the ,
13.2 needed at right
we "
The Bradford boss noted that Starke Elementary School.
"If you don't hit the ball you're not times." Sexton said in the loss that We'BikeaThon Gaines and Herres outshot the top two ".,.. .-'"' )
was much closer than the team count Cystic Fibrosis Breath of
going to beat anybody. summed up a Bulldog players by nine stokes but I'
disgusted BHS coach Jerry McGriff indicated. sponsored by Gatorland. remembering his depth said "1 still Set ."
after he watched the Lady Tornadoes Robbie Pierce was shaded by Steve C.B. Club of Starke will kick off at don't think we'll whip Clay Co-Op's Annual Meeting
manage just nine hits and squander White of Eastside !9-8 by tiebreaker in Bradford County Hospital at 9:30: a.m. '. anybody.In Ocala Clay Electric Cooperative's 41st anauthorlti on electric cooperatives, '.
faced Ocala Forest
baserunners all afternoon in a 13-2 the number five singles match and Saturday, March 17. BUS will host nual meeting will be held here in and entertainment by The Singing :;;
loss to Gainesville in Starke Friday.Bradford's Bradford's number one doubles teamof The annual Bike-a-Thon is con Wednesday and Orange Keystone Heights at the general headChristians of Texas will highlight the I
girls found themselves Steve Griffis and Chub Johnson lost ducted by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Park today March 15,and Clay High (quarters next Thursday, March 22, day for the 5,000-plus members ex- '.;.
down 4-0 after one inning of play and 8.5 after leading their opponents 53. "on behalf of thousands of Tuesday at the course. beginning at 9 a.m. pected to attend the all day affair.

lacking the offensive firepower to Those setbacks were the difference in children In Florida who suffer from Election of three cooperative Other events of the day will include .It
make up the deficit. Gainesville slowly the match. chronic lung-damaging diseases like Meeting Set to OrganizeBU members to the board of trustees, a year-end reports given in the after .j
built up the lead during the seven WntlMt. OrlHIi.. I._f Mooro.Fir IeIo_....r die genetic disease cystic fibrosis and speech by Dr. Fred Lamar of Depauw noon business session a free fried '1
.., .
v. WI.I l.1.I Pron M.k..l. 1..r
inning contest. ................,.White.war......v PI....t..I(tL4r..b..,. other respiratory conditions.Gatorland VolunteersA University and one of the foremost chicken lunch and many door prizes.
BUS' only tallies came in the second _... VM WI...Mack_.... .. MMMWOrMrll. Members of the C.B.: ,
and fourth innings with third (., IfH.Whl... I. _f .frutt.ttafim.4.. club will register the Bike-a-Thon group hoping to"organize a corpsof H
baseman Phyllis Cuffee figuring in ..,. participants and others will act as volunteers for Bradford and Union
both scores. In the second she tripledand checkers along the route of the ride. County agencies that '. utilize
BUS Baker 0
Dawn 7- They will dispense soft drinks and volunteers will be holding an
score on Schoening's singleto
The Tornadoes whitewashed the meeting Monday FLORIDA FARM BUREAU INSURANCE '
cut the lead to 41. In the fourth water to the thirsty bikers as they organizational ,
Wildcats In Starke March 12 Bradford.The .
Terri Parrish started things with a Monday pedal away the miles. Grease will March 19 in 1 I .
three-bagger and Cuffee plated her to avenge a 4-3 setback in Macclenny also be available at some check pointsfor Bradford-Union Volunteers Life Auto 1 ,
earlier this will be held in
with a single to make it a 7.2 game. year. those dry, rusty chains and organizational meeting
Bath Cuffee and Parrish finished Steve Griffis. Chub Johnson Rip pedals.The the 4-H office at the Bradford County
with two hits in three at bats to lead Pratt, Carlos Hernandez and Robbie Club will also have a truck Agriculture Building on US-301 North Fire Homeowners:
Bradford's feeble attack. Pierce all won their singles matches available along the route to pick up starting at noon with a brown bag lun-
OHI 4tl41tllIHtIOI with Pratt's win coming In a any biker who is unable to make the cheon. For further Information 2252 N. Temple Ave. 964.6369 Starke 320(91BRADFOflD ( '
tiebreaker. entire contact Lowell Parrish at 964-0280.
1Clay ""' ,.... .MU. PHI, .... Klrlilwul. Hi IeR...". trip.
PHI .vm Mllf. 141H.krMk / ...... IN/. L_ ..I -'" .II M _
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Clay High's tough Lady Devils turned W.' ,_._Klrlil...*l.... ,.,. 01. ..1', ,
into rout With I.4r .Pra .H.m-d.t., (HI._NI1Mlltor. *.. t. ." .11/ > (' .1" dtl'N b
a tight lam a 12 j I .. I' "In= '' '01 (Of ] ( "0", 8 'tnl {RJ. fl
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run third inning explosion to beat Eastside 6-BUS 1 t Df 1 f "
Bradford by the 15 run rule Thursday 'IE55
Eastside won all the singles mat \ \
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The hosts from Green Cove Springsled Thursday March 8. \ME 11&1
7-1 after the first inning before the Steve Griffis and Chub Johnson 'C1\\\\\6fO\\

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I}J 1 11 J I U I-U." II.. IT II flJllolD InCen.r. ..TTT" HAMPTON i :AREA NEWSwriting rrril T 11IJAl1fl I IITT 11111 II IIJlII r l I lJlIlIUI' I

by Dolores. Meng .......... Brian Davis Sharon Godwin. Billy .. Offtrrrs .
Phone 4.* isis Home Billy Jordan Eric Nugent, Following an wttemlve' poster and
Miss Laurie Hicks and her friend, poMieal campaign, election of officers ;
contest conducted by |fc March Gina Raimondo and Jennie Rhea.
Senior Cilliens Miss Debbie Martin of Switzerland. Writgk 6 at Shands Teaching Hospital In Mrs. Denmark's 6th grade
Greater Jacksonville Student in Mrs Arleen Rich's 3rd jrade:
Fla., were among those walking 30 enUUL' Gainesville. He weighed 9 Its. 7 ox. Diana Cardln Shell Carter Sandra das showed UMM winners: Braid
The miles in the March of Dimes Competition. Her entry was and measured 22 !inches. Maternal ) B.wk. president: Becky Young
Hampton Senior Citizens
invite "The Toys" and was sponsorw V Prleae. Debbie Helle Mindy Hersey,
Walkathon held !in Gainesville grandparents are Mr. M.R. Smith and
those Interested on vice-president and Ann Baker,
to their SL
Patrick's Jacksonville University. Her partrt"Mr. the late Mrs Tommy Len Jones, Mark McKlnney
M.R. Smith of
This is
Saturday Laurie's fourth Pharr .
covered dish luncheon on Friday. consecutive and Mrs. Charles Hicks baWl Texas. Paternal Todd Parker Sid Russell Karen secretary.New
March 18, at 2 p.m. In the City HaD. year of participating In that been invited to attend Open House Elizabeth grandmother is Mrs. Waldron and Nancy Waldron.
30 miles; therefore, she has now completed : Sanders of Gainesville. Students
Bring the delicious dish of choice Laurie Mrs. McLean's 4th
your ceremonies on April 1 when Paternal Mindy grade:
80 miles! grandfather Is Mr. Joe A.
and be prepared to eat at 12 o'clock. will receive her award. Goodall of Tammy Peoples Frankie Rahme Recently moving from North
President Evelyn Vaughan advise Laurie who Is presently attending Statesville. N.C. Kim Smith and Sean Smith. Carolina and enrolling at Hampton
ail to wear their bright green color! Trinity Christian Academy In Superior Rating Marion Russell Gatlln Sr. and Linda Miss Claudette Peterson's Sth Elementary School are Kenny t
Jacksonville was recently notified Rhoden Gatlin announce the birthof second grader his sister
Brenda Huntley a
Clark Curtis
grade: Amy
that she was a winner in a .poetry D.J. Riddick was awarded Superior their daughter.. Linda Ranee Gatlin
Julie Lisa In the first grade and his brother
Gainesville for Dorminey Tracy Prevatt Danny -
Rating on March 3 In who arrived March i
on 7 at Shands
his timpani solo. He was part of the Teaching Raimondo Andy Smith Jody Scott a kindergartener.
Hospital In Gainesville. She
I 11111111 COMMUNITY ... 1. W.dsworthAmy Williams and '
NEWS Bradford Middle School team who
weighed 8 Ibs. 14 oz. and measured 21 \ LUNCH MENU
Melissa Will am.
participated in the District 4 inches. Maternal grandmother Is Bertha 4s
March l23
Mrs. Ernestine Denmark's 6th
Solo and
Bandmasters Association
by Elisabeth Walker asicea to be Mae Rhoden of Hampton. Paternal grade: Billy Bauldree and Stephanie beef
parent are please pre- Ensemble Contest. D.J. and LeAnn grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Monday. March I9-Barbequed
Phone M4-M83 sent and on time for rehearsals. Flynn received an Excellent Ratingfor William Russell Gatlin. Sr. of Starke. Redding.Mrs. on bun French fries, cole slaw applesauce ;
Sunday School only 9:30 Sunday. in the Carole Stevenson's grade: cookie milk.
Francis Chapter 140 Order ofEastern their snare drum duet con- She has a sister Michelle Gunter.
The, First Born Church of The Living test David Cooper, Teresa McClellan Tuesday March Z-Meat balls,
Stars All members of Thomas and Roberta Raimondo
Service schedule an- Donna Mowry Shlan Roberts Brad
God l: Regular : mashed potatoes, green peas banana
Chapter 140 are asked to be present nounce the birth of their daughter Lori Snow and Diane
7:30 Russell
Friday 6:30: Study Friday IVrNonals Lori pudding. French bread milk.
In a regular Ann Raimondo March
7 at
monthly meeting on
Tarrying Service. Sunday School of relatives attending Waldron. !March
Among out town Wednesday. 21-TurkeY potpie
Monday March 26 Orange
6:30 We Park Hospital. She weighed 7
p.m. are
10:30 Morning Service 11:30.: SundayEvening the funeral of George Simpson on" tossesalad, green limas
In the Ibs. and
\ for the measured 191/4 Inches. She
Grand Lodge process in April.preparing 6 p.m. YPCW. Evening Wor- Thursday were: Mr. and Mrs. Bill joins Gina and Raimondo BMS Beta Club strawberry shortcake roll milk. ,
Notice The Bradford Christian ship 7 p.m. You are invited. Martin Sr. and daughter Vickie Danny Mrs. Carole Stevenson attended the Thursday. March IZ.Fried chicken
County Pleasant Grove United Methodist: Mrs. Jane Simpson, and Mr. Tom Hampton acceptance on Friday of her former brown rice green beans orange ,
Literary will visit News
sick and shut Society In northeast the Each Thursday 7:30: p.m. Prayer; Russell all of New Philadelphia.Ohio Elementary students In the Bradford Middle wedge biscuit milk.
bounded Old Starke Meeting. Sunday School 10 a.m. and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hopper and Honor Roll School Beta Club: Teresa Bauldree Friday March 23-Fish portion hot
Brownlee by Street Pleasant Lawtey Grove Road and and Lovefeast Sunday Untied. son, Brad of Severna Park The following students were listedon Monty Glisson Joy Nugent Marty grits mustard greens, hush puppies,
Mt. Morlah Methodists Maryland. the A and B Honor Roll for the Rhoden and Monty Glisson. peach half. milk.
Hampton.The March 23-25. Church Choir No. 1 rehearses each Mrs. Dolly Simpson wishes to thank fourth six weeks grading period: ......
singing group will rehearse Wed. before the 3rd Sunday in the all friends and neighbors for their Mrs. Jean Clark's 1st grade:
Tuesday and Thursday afternoon. month. Sunday School 9:30.: Morning concern and kindness following the Allison Archey Michael Cam pen,
Wroship 11 a.m. death Of her husband George. Cindy Davis, Rhonell Estes Glenn i
The. monthly meeting of the Concerned Free Canaan True Church of God In Frlese Stefanie Hughes Misty
Citizens will be held Thursday Unity Tarrying Service each Wed. New Arrival Koehler. Lena Looney, Karla Rush
March 22 in R.J.E. cafeteria. All Interested 7:30.: Prayer Service each Friday Larry K. and Elizabeth A. Goodall and Cheryl Thomas.
are asked to attend 7:30 7:30.: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning announce the birth of their son Justin Mrs. Joyce McMillan' 2nd grade:
p.m. Worship 11 a.m. Visitors are always Keith Daniel Goodall who arrived on Tina Branham, Tom Cunningham

Churcn Activities Philadelphia Baptist Church: W.G. .. .. III
The Victory Temple Church of God: Mayberry. pastor. Pastor's 3rd an- LEGALS
The members cordially invite you to niversary Mar.15-18. Thurs. First

attend their services each Saturdayat Baptist Church Gainesville 7:30: p.m. IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Florida 32608. on or provision of oforeiald
12 noon. This week Mr. Robert Rev. E. Gainey pastor will conduct THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL before April 12. 1979 statute.
Austin, Jr. will teach on the subject service. Friday Mt. Pleasant Baptist CIRCUIT IN AND FOR and file the original with Elaine Paula Nugent
"Why Can't Man Solve His Problems Church Green Cover Springs Rev BRADFORD COUNTY. the CI.rk of this Court owns
?" Services are temporarily be R. Wright will conduct services 7:30.: FLORIDA either before service on Dated this ISth day of I
ing held at the Pentecostal Church St..John Baptist Chuch Melrose Rev. CIVIL ACTION Petitioner's attorney or March 1979 at Stork.
(Sam Brown's Quarters) in Lawtey. A. Jenkins, pastor. immediately thereafter) Florida. 3/IS 4tchg 4/4

New Bethel Baptist Church: Rev. Sat. 7:30: Bethel A.M.E. Church CASE NO. 79-175 otherwise 'default will ...
A.J. Simmons pastor. The LaCrosse, Rev. C. Williams pastor be entered against you '
Fellowship of Churches Revival will conduct services. Sunday 11 a.m. IN RE: Th. Marriage of: for the relief demanded NOTICE OFINTENTION .
started Monday. March 12, for a weekof Bethlehem Baptist Church Ocala, WILLIE LEE JACKSON. In the Petition. TO CHURCH DEDICATION ;
services conducted by Rev. Rev. Joe C. Johnson, pastor will con- Hutbond/P.ttlon! .. f,, DAiEDI'Thl.; 9th day of REGISTERFICTITIOUS
Jeremiah Robinson of Jacksonville. duct services. Greater Bethel A.M.E. and March. 1979.

Services will begin nightly 8 p.m. Church Gainesville Rev. F.S. JENETTE JACKSON. GILBERT S. BROWN NAME The Session of The First Presbyterian .
All choir members that are a part of Fayson will conduct services. The Wlf./ .. CI.rkof the Circuit Court
the Fellowship of Churches are askedto public is invited. By Marlon McRae Pursuant to Section Church of Starke Florida and the Interim :
be and time. Mr. Pi>gah A.M.E.! Church: Sunday NOTICE OF ACTION 4/S 865.09. Florida Statutes,
please present on 31 t5 4tchg Pastor Dr. Jack the +
G. Hand
.... announce !
Everyone is invited. School 9:30. Morning Worship service k **". .. '' j ',j' notice Is hereby glv.n ,
Ushers Board No. I & 2 are asked to 11 a.m. Services. terminate for the TO: JENETTE JACKSON. ?,-.-,... that the undersigned Dedication of its relocated Sanctuary, new

participate in Ebezener's Usher's day. Wif./ (Last q. ..NOTICE OF INTENTION George W. Robert.. 1229 Hall and School at
Board anniversary on Friday night Ebezener' Baptist Church: Thursday? known address! Rout T, TO REGISTER Bessent Rd.. Stark. Fla., Fellowship Sunday building :
March 18 at 8 p.m. p.m. Prayer Services and Bible Box 8SA Ward. FICTITIOUS NAMEPur.uont'to 32091, doing businessunder 921 East Call Street on Sunday, March 18. ln1n.) !)
Program of the Extra Day Sessionof Study. Sunday School 9:30.: Morning Alabama 36922 the firm nom. of
the Mt. Slaal Missionary Association Worship 11 a.m. Communion will be Section CENTURY 21 Roberts at the 11 o'clock Morning Worship. A covered

will convene with Antioch Baptist given in the 6 p.m. service. YOU ARE NOTIFIED 'that 865.09. Florida Statutes. Real Estate. 986 N. '.m- dish dinner will follow at 1 p.m., with Open
Church on Saturday Mary 17,beginnIng Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E.! a Petition for Dissolution notice ,Is hereby given pie Avenue, Starke, Fla.
at 9:3O.AII, members are asked to Church i Saturday dinners will be sold of Marrlag has ban filed that the undersignedELAINE 32091. Intends to House from 2 to 4 p.m.
attend. from the :church kitchen. Sunday against you and you PAULA NUGENT, register sold fictitious
Easter practice began Tuesday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 or. required to s.rv. a 390B Cherry'and Bridges nom. und.r the provisions ,i,
March 14 at 4 p.m. It will continue a.m.We copy of your written St.. Starke. Fla.. 32091, of aforesaid
throughout the week. All children and are asking the cooperation of defentes. If any la the doing business under the tatute..
the Sunday School in the Easter prac- Petitioner or Petitioner'. firm name of' SMALL George W, Roberts, Dan'l: a. Misl.d . i
tice. Attorney. JEFFERY WORLD! DAY C/-RE. 3908 owner.
Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist GARMEl Florida Legal Cherry and Bridges St., Dated this ISth day of ,
n Church Services. Inc.. Prison Starke. Florida. 32091 March, 1979. Stork.. We Have Th 5 'ft" .... "" I..
Church activities begin each Monday Project 26U S.W. 34thirr..rb Int.nds to register sold.,.., Bradford County Fla. a IR irMM v*, 03Wt *;
with.,Tiny?'J>>(""' **. a iWi:30.-. .,. .O.."..vklJ.. ,- 'fictitious name ondjf, .th ......llIrltg: 4 3araJim.s t t ., > .: i'nra tnkltar htTff > .
Senior choir rehearsed p.m. Mon:' Advertised
By Other Tractor Dealers ;
.' day. Tuesday each week 7:30: Prayer .j
Meetln,. Wed. all Circles meet 7:30. j jI :'
McKay s Circle meet at Sister SarahPrince's AUTO $
Lee's Circle meet at the 4800I '1i
church McKays Circle will meet with W. Will Beat:

Sister Bland Eva Risby Thursday
7:30: Story Hour. Friday 6:30: the (Minimum PIP Premium To Obtain t

GIRL SCOUTSby Junior Ushers will sell pies. Saturday Tag Varies With Age & Driving Record) | t''
5:30 the Little Church will rehearse. Their Prices. .
Sat. 6:30 a special called Sunday UNIVERSITY INSURANCE
Carolyn School teachers meeting. Sat. the I

Once again Bradford County Girl Junior Choir rehearses 7:00: p.m. Sunday CALL 5408 SW 13th St. ((5.441) OPEN 8:30 TO !

School 9:30: a.m. Morning Worship COLLECT 1:00: Full Line Service '
Scouts have outdone themselves sell- Gainesville! FL Department ,
11 a.m. Dinner 12:30.; Evening ,
ing cookies. Worship 6 p.m. Visitors are always )O-oaOU 'AUTO HOME CYCLE TRAILER Sat. 9 To 1 i
7,524 boxes were sold by our scouts

and we appreciate everyone who welcome. ._ To Take Care Of You After, The sale. < .
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bought them. By troops we see -- .
Seniors sold 2,400 boxes No. 605 sold
1.848 boxes. No. 614 sold 900 boxes Come See ;, ;

No. 520 sold 816 boxes. No. 684 sold 336 ,,
boxes. No. 691 sold 972 boxes No. 446 .
sold 252 boxes. Ktarid*
High cookie sellers are Lynne Johns Worm!' --o-oif0 ,
701 boxes; Patty Mullins 371 boxes; Hwnkuf,
Irene Wainwright 272 boxes; Joyce TOUGhI
Wainwright 272 boxes; Betsy Yawn "
200 boxes; Lynn Barber 185 boxes:
Donna Younts 164 boxes; Amy Dowl- I
Ing 157 boxes. Tasher Allen 151 boxes;
Dawn Schoening 137 boxes: Erica Six TRACTOR
Gruen 131 boxes; Cindy Wlnkler;; 122
boxes; Catharyn Schoening 121 "
boxes; .Lori Shinn 113 boxes: Maria ;
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Thomas 103 boxes; Sue Nettles 101 .ow., ,f.and TO'..P.nn .,,., ...... .
boxes Tonda Moore. Barbara MOM u....LIAH MO""Ow .
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Hr sl./l.q nl I..rgu 1pnqnr
Mosley, Pam Pratt Chris West and qa rfrivs dlmr.'s ii" ?. it,T..'. p *F' a.plnd,...o".I. qn1. '''II.,. 1., -c I ,
Month output ID *h n.n. R ... ,. i1
Tracey West each sold 100 boxes. 57 ..p...",......, lit "rt .. II'n.. w, n AI, II'I. I / \
scouts averaged 60 boxes or more. : o*f 9 Great big congratulations to each of ttlO.Ht.ft OAOUNO CLIAMANCIId ,
Ve amsirinat IV Cf *nA'f>'' n m
these scouts and their troops. TRACTION LUPoff .>and ', i|' :Nae10..' You cant .Y..Yalr IM rndp:
King *!*
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.. "'"dl' tee. ,itf*' K g implf mi nt\ no ray4"
is not enough nn. .
Thank you almost .....p.l. c 1 ; :. .rnl/l,/ OIl.",.,,I \
to the cookie chairman of each f Certificate b...9'ountf-qt lortclron .........0. n. \ '{1',a
troop. They really put in a lot of hours ANNUAL RATE Add.hd'and M,.. TIA
the Nn..La.M.
hauling cookies as well as keeping .. VU"SAnLITTU '
paper work in order appreciate ,... rap 0I'' ........ 9- i wnn......r'.., r.I ...
all the time and effort each one of ".".........., 1rt 55 ".,
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Lila Rae Yawn

Eunice them Neighborhood gave.Johns.Thanks Senior Cookie to Troop Chairman; Irene: :'Ilru oo 'i1UJu 3 (jJru f G jJV 3 moom L 3 J (E dad] / ....,. ,".pV.........'pW..,..M1.pnp.,I"... r rI I Impn ,

Wainwright. Junior Troop 605: Elaine ',,, ; I

Wood. Junior Troop 446; Harriett &; I '7,1.
Holtzendorf. Junior Troop 614; j L FloridaBank at Starke I'

Altamease Chandler Junior Troop r : I II
8M; Olivia Scott. Junior Troop 691 )t: letx ': at C'3t '5tte td4 MuntwrrDIC I \
and Carolyn Eaves. Cadette Troop ; '197. 'fiondo National torki M florida Ine .

520.Janet ,, ,? 1\ I If
Kimutfs and I attended the a.' / J lv
Gateway Council'cookie luncheon, Rates Guaranteed To MatUrityOri'Certfiicates: Issued March 15 Through
which we enjoyed and learned Brad- f was Cookie\not sales the only total good 51.139 cookie boxes March 21,1979. These Certificates: 'Are Issued With A Minimum .' .

more than the 1978 sale, setting a 1.
council average of over 100 boxes per Investment Of $10,000 J They Are Subject Existing Penalties for Early .

girl; Lattye Holt of Pottsburgh troop ,
337 'is the top salesgirl selling and Withdrawal: Loss Df, 3 Months InterestAnd The Payment Of Any : I .
delivering 1.019 boxes. Fantastic. f NEW ECONOMY

Leaders and co-leaders remember Remaining Interest At The Passbook Rate. POWER KINO DEFILERHOSIERS H
QSP ,dinner Tuesday. March: 20. .at i
6-30- at the Western Steer. A short

you neighborhood lher meeting will follow. See WE IRE SERIOUS ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS '

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li; 'rdl ,a e.?: ,'" : 'oJ' '"'}:{' Mon .. Wed 830.344;. :'7' ,,'" )J -' !, ... '" WALK-11I'6,." t. Price, Start At '2383 ., 'r"II4., I

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';f, a Frl 8:30 ::6:00. :. .' Mon Frl '. J For Tractor, Mower, Chain.Saw*, f'Ul,.r* ;, \'Sea'1. "' :,! "i? i
n Sumatra, tin may not be ,,
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the right' of way ot a PARCEL Mi. That portionof northerly' 105 feeto trie
more particularly Norm 8939 East 79 IN THE CIMCUM C'DUII r.
89'10East ing
of beginning beingIn
rood thenc.Eo.t
described follows: thence North O'OTEast tfiU point of IN AND FOR County :; run the Northwest
a* feet BRADFORD
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 91.90 feet to a point .
100 feel thence beginning. run thence COUNTY. FLORIDA. along;sold Northerly Quarter, of the Northwest S'/i of NEY. of NE'Section .
IN AND FOR then North 047' Lost
: 26, Township 5
distance of Section
the North' ptT43" East a boundary a Quarter
Commence at South 893T West,. 73 CASE NO. 78533BOBBY
ALACHUA. COUNTY.NO 106.5Of.o R/W of a point CharlesCourt onthe Southwest comer of said feet, thence South 0'07'West di.tansvt!147.40 feel .o 70 feet more or .less, to 25 Township S South.Range South Rang. 21 Lost.containing .
: 22 and Easterly the a concrete monument; the) Westerly, boundaryof 31 East which lies 1/2ocre.3/15
A. South Section run 100 feet to CARL WHITE AND
7B-364-CA : thence North60'3T4S" the right of way of West of State Road No. 2tchg' 3/22.
along the Southerly of beginning. continue SHERMAN LYNN WHITE
Century lank ofGoIne.val. 8<1'.0W.... 18.721..t toe point
boundary thereof, 39.43 Cat a distanceof Plaintiffs' State Road 16; run 16 and South of StaleRood
the R/W of
a corporation point on
thence North 17'51'West
the 909.99 feet to a eon- No.329. TOGETHERwith NOTICE OF
feet, more or to PARCEL SIX VII
Plaintiff' Crown Charles Court. Thence
Builder. of Florida.vs Inc.. Northwesterly along an Easterly' boundary of Old Lot No. 4 of Replat of cress monument on the WILLIAM R.AUSTIN AND along. sold Westerty the South half of the SHERIFF'S SALENotice
right of line of a boundary a distance of Northeast Quarter of the I. hereby. given
J.D. Erwin arc 32.0 feet, said arc law ley Road thence Wall's Industrial' Park way MARY, E. AUSTIN his
a corporation.
0 and 07 county road thence run wife 138.67 feet to an iron Northeast Quarter of that I, Dolph E. Reddish
Barbara A. Erwin having a chord of 30.90 North degrees .e. "F" Page 23 See. ; Defendant
told take for point of begin. Section 26 Township 9 sheriff of Bradford
East said Northerly along a*
feet beating of minutes along Alachua
Donald on a 27 T,9S.
Polhomus -
R.C. ,
North 64.08'28" West. Easterly boundary. 600 Florida. right of way line concaveto nlng sold point of beginning South Rong.21 East, .. County Florida under
T. Barbara J. County
Iowan Sun Bank of Thence South 33Srt6" ,feet; thence north 89 the SW a chord distance NOTICE OF SALE being. the Northeast cept the portion thereof and by virtue of Writ of

Bowers, West (2.49 feet. Thence degrees and 39 minutes PARCEL EIGHT of 80.88 feet (on a Comer of a parcel of lying North of State Rood Execution to-wlt
Gainesville, a corpora of bearing North 22'irXT Notice land described In Deed 229 and EXCEPT the part Execution Issued out
and Wlllitton Door South 047 West 52 feet East 150 feet la point Lot 138 ot Highland I.I hereby given'
tion. From of West) io a concrete that look 64, page 397 of the thereof described as of County Court of Bradford
and Millwork Corporation to POB. All lying in Section beginning. point Court Mono Unit No. 2as pursuant ta an .
22. Township 6 beginning 'thus described .Plat recordedIn monument: thence run order or a final judgment public records of afore Commence with the In. County Florida pursuant
a capootlon.Del.ndant. per as North 3790'S6" West aid county from pointof tersecllon of the Westerly to Final Judgemenf
.. South Range 22 East, continue North 89 Plot' Book "F". Page 9 of foreclosure entered In
along sold of beginning' thusdescribed right-of-way line of for Hone Thorntonof
NOTICEOF Bradford County degrees and 39 minutes of the Public Record of right way the obove-coptloned ac
SALE Florida. East, 75 feet, thence Alachua County. Florida lino a distance of 41.48 tion. I will sell the property run West,and Slate' Rood No.16 with Starke, Florida and,
North 0 degrees and 07 feet to a concrete monument situated In Bradford parallel ta aforesaid the Southerly line of against Jonle Rhoden
Notice I. hereby given minutes East, 100 feet, PARCEL NINE thence run South County, Florida Northerly boundary adistance State Road No.229 at a defendant In the
that in occordonc. with Lots Five ((5)) and Eight thence South 89 degreesand n parcel, of land 57'10'ir W..t a distance described: as follows: of 308.79 feet ta cement marker and run amount of $266.63
the term of a Consent ((8)) of Block Seventeen located the 510'/. of theSE Iron take thence the
39 minutes West 75 of 291.03 feet to a PARCEL I: Those certain an ; run Westerly along together with cost of
Order entered In the ((17)) ol the Subdivision feet, thence South 0 % of the SE'/4. of Sec. concrete monument: lots block, piece or North a distance of 132 Southerly rightofwayline collection.

obove-coptloned action known as North Reno os degrees and 07 minutes .lion. 13. and In the NE'/ thence continue South parcel of feet ta on Iron stake: run of State Rood No.229 Have seized and have

I will sell In the Alachua property andBodlod per plat thereof recorded West 100 feet to point of of the NE'/4 of the NE'/i. 57'10'17' West a dl. ing and being In the thence' East a distance of a distance of 125 feet for In my possession! the
Counties, In Plot Book 2 at Page beginning. of Section 24, all In lance of 112.68 1 feet to a County of Bradford end 366.24 feet to an Iron a point of beginning. following described personal

39 of the Public Recordsof Township 8 South Range point In Paradise lake; State of Florida' and take en aforesaid Thence continue Wester property to-wit:
Florida as: Bradford County PARCEL FIVEA 22 East, Bradford County thence run South00'44'Jl" more particularly Westerly boundary; run I ly along Southerly right- 1969 Chevrolet' Nova

p..rJI ONE Florida of the City ol parcel ot land lyingIn Florida locally referred Edit a distanceof described: a* follow' to thence' South I7'3I' East of-way line of State Rood 2-door
Starke. lying In S.ctlor the SW/4 of SWV. of to as Lot 17 of an 111.93 feet to the wit: along' said Westerly No. 225 a distance' of 210 I.D. No.
lot 1. Uenny Heights 21, Town.hlp 6 South Section 22 Township 6South unrecorded plat of point of beginning. boundary' a distance of feet, thence Southerly ot II4279W477029

Commence at the NWcon. Rang. 22 East. 22 East' In PARADISE SHORES and 138.67 feet to Point of right angles to Slate
Rang. the A of land
.,of the SW'/. of the PARCEL THREE at public tale, to parcel containing As the property of
Starke. Bradford County legally described as Beginning. Road No.225 a distance
SW'of S.ctlon 22.Town.hip highest and best bidder 0.81 acre: lying above named defendantand
lots Seven ((7)) and Florida' said parcel' be- follows: of 210 feet, thence
South ; for cash ot the west partly In the SW 1/4 of that on Monday' the
6 Rang. Eight (8))) of Block 22 of particularly Commence at an old ,PARCEL II: Those certain Ea.Iand parallelwith
Bradford County. ing more door of the CourthouseIn NE 1and partly 'In SI 2nd day of April 1979 atone
22 East and the Subdivision knownos described as follows: axle marking the NE corner Alachua County InGaln..vlll. 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Section lots, pieces, parcels, of State Rood No.225. o.clock: P.M. on said
Florida run North as recorded of said Section 24 'land situate lying and
Commence at the 17 thence Northerly' at right
680.82 ., Florida at Township 6 'South day on the premises of
North 8940' Eott
Thence In Plat Book 2 at Page Southwest corner of laid and run thence South 11.00: A.M.: on the 28th Range 22 East Bradford being In the County of angles with State Road the Bradford County Jail.
feet to a point. 39 of the public recordsof 00'"7'06" East along the Bradford and State' of of 210
Section 22 and run No.225 a distance
day of March 1979. County, Florida and being I will offer for sale and
South O'r West
run Bradford County, Florida Section line distance of Florida' and more particularly of
Easterly along the Southerly a feet to point beginning
more particularly sell the bidderfor
356.9 feet to point.Thence A. Curtis .Powers, Clerkof to highest
in Section 21, feet described
lying 659.91
boundary thereof to a concrete described as lying and being In
follows the
89'40Cost os cash In hand
run North the Circuit Court, By
63.50 feet to FOB Township 6 South Rang. 39.43 feet, more or less, monument; thence run Commence at the followsr South half of Northeast above described property
22 East.PARCEL. North 8912'33" Julie E. Riley Deputy A parcel' of land
to the Easterly boundary West adistance Southeast corner of sold lyingIn Quarter of Northeast of said defendantto
FOUR of Old lawtey Rood; of 657.38 feet to Clerk. SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 and run SE'/i of NW'/ -Section Quarter Section 26 satisfy the aforesaid
MUST SELL Lot 13 Williams S/D: thence North 007 East a point In Paradise lake; Thomas D. Scanlon Esq., thence In a Northerly 17 Township 6 South Township 9 South Rang. Execution. .

liquidation ol new all steel buildir40i72 II' A parcel' of land lying In along said Easterly boun- thence run North Smith Hulsey Schwalbe direction along the Range 22 East, Bradford 21 East', containing 1 E. Reddish

14 >1.93 per sq. It60x108(15 the JW/4 of SW/4 of Section dary, 600 feet; thence 0044'2I" West a distance ft Nichols,. Attorneys for Easterly" boundary County, Florida and being acre, more or less AND Sheriff Dolph Bradford County,

'2.19 per sq. 22 Township 6 North 89-391 East,73 1 feetto of 380.35 feet to a Plaintiff, 500 Barnett thereof a distance of 25 more particularly EXCEPT Easement to 3/B 4tchg 3/29.
Call Collect 1.t04387.288Cen.ury II South, Rang. 22 East, In point of beginning.From point in Paradise lake Bank Building. Jacksonville feet more or less to the described as follows: American Telephone and

Steel, Buildings Starke, Bradford County point of beginningthus for the point of begin Florida 32202. 31SatchoSM Northerly boundary of Commence at the Inter Telegraph Company NOTICE OFINTENTION
Florida: said parcel be described continue ning. section of the Westerly recorded In Office

boundary of the right of Record Book 60 page 66 TO REGISTER

way of State Rood 16 and and 67 AND EXCEPT a FICTITIOUSNAME

the Northerly boundaryof parcel of land lying In
NEW On Ml* the right of way of a SVi of NEM of NE'/l-Section .

LOW rAIEAGLEI.kcornparesave. Thunday.VrUayA county graded rood and 26, Township 3 Pursuant to Section

III run thence West along South Range 21 East 863.09 Florida Statutes,

PRICES! Saturday! said Northerly boundary described o. follows, to- notice Is hereby given

a distance of 331.26 feetto wit: Commence ot NW that the undersignedJames

on iron stake for pointof Corner of S'/ of NE'/i of B. Powell Jr.,

beginning. From pointof NE/ Section 26 Township P.O. Box 132-A,

beginning thus 9 South Range 21 Melrose, FL 32666. and

described run North a East and run South to David Walton Rt: 2, Box

distance of 264 feet to a South line of State Road 173 Hawthorne, FL, doing -

point; run thence West S-225 to a point thencerun business under the

165 feet to a point, run Easterly along South firm name of "STARKE

thence South 264 feet to right-of-way line of State RADIATOR SERVICE".661
Just look at these Save to 48"SAVE
great up aforesaid Northerly Road S-225 a distance of N. Temple Ave., Starke,

boundary run thence 206.79_. for the pointof Fl 32091 Intends to
\ 100 J East along aforesaid beginning; thence register said fictitious

TOP MAKER Northerly boundary a continue Easterly 208.79 name under the provisions *
L distance of 165 feet to a feet thence run Southerly of aforesaid
,jl JEANS FOR MEN. a point of beginning. It Is and parallel to West statute

/ understood that the Quarter Section line 105 James B. Rawed, Jr.,

liD:941: South 15 feet of the feet thence run Westerly and David Walton joint

w above described proper parallel to South rightof owners.
I P N ty is for Ingress and way line of Slate' Road Dated this 1st day _of

IIII ) WEMtAMT egress right of way pur.poses. S-225 a distance of March,' 'A-D': 1979, ot a

1 ( Blue denim etyled lt{the wyr r 208.75 feet, thence run .Starke, FL. 3/1 4tchgp22.

1 11. 1 r awey. h 3rTered ": uils ,,, '_'_ '
sle ? I 1 ..1 I. t r CII'= ot-petJKWe; ._..|,:;',' ur )III n. '"J" !JJnUl1l.n" III ll IJIUJIUnian \ 4 4

r I and many extra Some have + / r
light Haw. ,men'*2943.BOYS'
wataerIDl I lariLILE7'L Ads.' /
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GLOBAL C/D BATTERIES 10W-M MOTOR OIL HUDSON PAPER TOWEL a 9 f_ ) : : : : : : : ; :'. : :

WERE 14<= Jai 49 WERE54C T j e M CYi 160 S. Lake. Ave, lake BUTLERSot., Mar. 10. Keep Butler Elementary School.
III Butler., 496-3978.. Complete the money but please return Highway frontage. Call
Falaq.WlsppMemalaN, Extend engine Ute, (noresees 1M one-ply t_.. ',.,0" I / Insurance Service. wallet and Identification. 496-3348. 3.8 4tchg 329.
toys n..llgh'.O' Bevel gas mileage. One quart can each,thicker/ A thirstier! d I BVERYONB IS IN. Hard to replace. No quesSURAILEIIImm.diate .*

NYLON POLO SIRRTS tlons,496.2616.ttchg3.15 MOBIIB HOME FOR SALEi 12

r ''I I POPULAR CLASSICS coverage by phone. JOE .. ,." ', X 50. furnished. Exc.lI.ntUSHERAGENCY..9621260
) ':fERSON I A t.: condition. $2500. Call
2.96 ,' 496-2629. 2-22 6tchg 3-29
496-2903. tfnchg
: :S'ERVi f s\ :

O u IF PERFECT. 1PiKooer : ,. .. ,- -, ..' 3 BEDROOM 1.2 BATH

:t' styta. pleokat' .05.'.togreet :: iiI1! CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES. brick home on spacious 'lot.
odora,-.B MM.MEJTB ( .
_ALUE .A VI' 11" Free estimates, Local Carpet, central heat. Call

i PLUS SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS WALK SMOWTS, \ distributor for Completely, evenings and 'weekends.

fOR DRESS PLAYa MSTSsOUrWSTTUdfcjji T *e 2 ACRES FOR MOBILE washable nationally advertised 4963778. 3.8 2tchg 315PHOTOGRAPHIC

SWIM HOME close to Lake Bu" .". Gardiette Draperies S
9AVt100 .AVI'1"" lUE'KUgf jJ\ TRUNKS, 3.96 B W Ed or loma I '
IZES FIE, aII m STi alh j i Must be high and dry. Call Enterprises.
1007.TRASH CAN 3 GALS POOL CHLORINE VINYL RUG RUNNERS' 496-3304 after 4 p.m. Itpd Stephens 496-2219 '3.1 ENLARGER Omega 8-22
'" 2,96 PesrKon print wanted coed to too* .. to 3-13 tfnchg with 50 and 75 mm lens,
WAS WAI DISC. A <= poiy/ootton....-. tilMiuSSHZSLAMBS' .
...,.,. 3 .77 PRICE ,... n. ( popmer Ads Get AVON sell. Coll CALLING District I To Manager buy or, filter$300., Powell timer, like Printing' new

Being-lap. ins out to use Epos' tap quality Squid Cold, peen or clear vinyl .-tI\ Mildred Hlnkel 4963951. 496-3377 3-8 tfnpd
-......- -/.-. .....effective poo carat. with .taperse edgss.27'V'wida\ 'i-- ResultsPROFESSIONAL 3-1 4tchg 3-23
.J CLARKES SAW SHOP Com- chairs Call 4963548. "Itpd
I sharpening I service 3-19

band, circular, mower
CHIMNEYSWEEP blades, chain saws, leave at PREEZERLike new two
*old. New switch $279.
Crews Building Supply.I 7.3 year
Contact Tommy Goiney,
,. tfnchg Worthington Springs llchg
1l I I I We Clean Fireplace I I USE THE LAUNDRAMAT at 3-19
: --.. (f/A and 011 Burner' Flues Hwy. 100 by 'the Handy: Way.fold 10)( 31 HOUSE TRAILERS

: ACleenFireplecels. We have a wash, dry. .Priced reasonable. Call
I service: 25 cents per lb.,Attendant
.AVI'U"TO." 'A.HION.U'ff II .end Efficient One 496-3209 after 7 p.m. 3-19
on duty tfnchg
.A VI'2.1i
Call Collect i
TRAP cleoncuts, new lines
-! 4.SS UI'TO 77A DaC.Eucuauo 3 96 4422763Woll ,
Llpmkot ifc.JS; : WAS 5-fcCfc PtUCI reasonable. Joe Forsyth HOMEiLlving room dining
LJgriter. .,.La** ...**" gZ.Ca9 NcMy orslned vinyl In east. Ery r. i J 431-1032. All business appreciated. ,room den large kitchen
color* Buy one or a* Mvel pWVWwlc.tton In polka Ms wrsa$. rMdehaoe.kenW.Iand.Wd screened
t7"- M.; 1i"-1.18.s.; .,-.,.,--.". -.poIy/Oft tmtt......L. 3-31 tfnchg porch.
WeN ripxrlmadNW/aeArevs I Separate guest studio .and
If > SET
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lone' flmehea, some enameled. pulsating action.Adluatable. OF("4 i.a9tY'-19.N ,' Drilling I MO BILK HO MB workshop large corner lot .
A. I. SA 1. ( *........... ...... overlooking' 'lake. Excellent

V condition. Call 496-3348 3-19
I 2" Thru e';
o. 4 YOUR j' Fast Rotary 100 AMP
0 Drilling Equipment *iS' Providence area Wooded;

STATE LICENSED fenced.. Would make nice

LAMPS, S..s.s.........eI.. 100' AMP homelte... Mainas Real
COLOR Purn'E....... Realtor 496-3978.

AND yyl r .............'!;........ tfnchgTOBACCO'
; QI A8L BARNS 144 rack
nMIRII..III8! NawtUacdSalejBPartsSarvic '(Long). Excellent condition.

% 1.44 2.96 ; 3.97 v:= t99 =- 7.88 E-Z: Terms .). after 6 p.m. Itpd 3-13

*sw CAST tt10W SU LRy gr fe0.g-K-j. WERE! UP TQMT' Vinyl upper lies bead trim, tul a.c- tram _.1 ...- Selo ashes. tsenab RI. ...................... .
S.s'.C.AUCIpat.U' I-PC. LET tool IMng.crape eoks.6-tO. IIenartno eyl.e 39.40.A-O. okle-Me1rM.Inca...

i T.rT011 ILeATHlfill <..Plumbing>. .. !> ... #'....

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2.47 ItULTH allUUTY AIDSDace n=! '\ a+,,; ESTIMATEAll

PPUCEBLECTMC oi(.u.wag)wAs31$ 99 ee.s..e..ess. + JJ. ads

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CHEVY PICKUP TRUCK -;- : : ) : ,\\H'OMt.f. I$ n' :P.EASOHAt STUCCp. cut brick and ;

3/4 ton 4WD whit spoke mobile horn** l( \ I .t_. Fr** estimate Allwork :
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rim Phon. 964-9253. 1003 3/4 paid or : guaranteed. Phone ;
Southgot. Ortv*. Stork. MOBIIC SALT BY OWNER Three M4-B9I3. 3/19 3/22 frWllitparREALTY
3/23 Trtng ( FOR J. WILSON BLACK TOPPING 2tchg
mcmw Op BR. 2 both home in country. on major or minor asphalt. BRADFORD CO. TIMBER f'
with 1972 250 i/a 6 ton pickup -"Iy. TFchgWANTED IIgbom. 7ocre., owner will Hot coating for roof repairs! WOLVES CB Club will hold a ,
cylinderengine. ) J ( ) J hold mortgage at B 1/2 pet.. Meal for shingle coating. St. Patrick' Day Yard Sole
Run good $690. to* and tire. I I 25 pet, down. Phone March 17 9:30 IT
Phone 964-8903 after Serving Bradford County All on Saturday. : a
PHONE 004-7770
964-S261 for
3/8 TFchg : 964-6112 'or work guaranteed. Phone a.m until. Whispering Pine* CECILIA I
W9 FALCON SALES. I| oppt. TFehg 782.3991. Itchg Sr IS Motel. US .301 South. Itpd TirwiUIOAR 20* N. Tempi BMrke, Florid .
door two day a _II. MOBILE HOMES! Why .. .. 3/13 \,
pay I
ton.. good condition phone TOP CASH mare? Buy direct from fac WOODED ACHE LOTS 3 1/2
782.3094.1khg 3/19 coin., twllng, tory. Large selection of 24 : :" .iil/Scli'f t, miles South of Stark. Septic SPECIAL 1
CADILLAC 1973 Coup. d.VIII. >If._
., 2 door, sllvw ring. GF ( 14, 12 wide STARKE HOME .. .J tank well llmerock 120 acres: high end rolling, with" apes pasture,
-gray. chain., CENTER US 301 North.Open and l.(
driveway light pal some tree, stream, authentic fermfcevte,
AT.deck AC.perfect PS AM/FM watch bands, 9 to dusk. I to 6 Sunday TRUCK CAMPER B ft., 3 win. $5500. Phone 964.6698.3/15 tea.- ...... Sensed end c............ New

SIB. Phon 964-8943.: 3/15 R. ulllngton. Phone 964-B741. TFehgSTARKEl : down each side CB antenna 4tpd 415 River-Breaker ere.. Pint Mm ......... .
TFchg Tw M, one bath rear speaker, 6 month CONCRETE MIXER 9 cu. ft.R.x .
3tchg 3/29 WANTED ( \ f CH/A, concrete block home old. Phone 964-6369. Itchg good condition. Phon. $138,000 ,
Ads GetResults capabl of / !! I In exceptionally good 3/13 473-4822 day or 473-2407 ;

with harp "* repair. Spotless condition. HOUSEHOLD GOODS* Including night. 3/19 2tchg 3/22
Kitty. Itpd 3/19 1 Large landscaped lot, fenced major appliance, CATFISH Graln-led pond- Specious 3.000 sq. ft. 1 story epics. plus a preclev MMeMhome. .
backyard near school. for sole cheap. SR 100 mid'way Welmrt.. ....000. I
28300. GOOD EQUITY between Stark. and raised catfish, .75 a lb., and $28.000-606 W. M.dl*.. large 2 story home cern.r .... I
.10 Ib to clean them.
( Height' at a $44.SOO-Beewtlful new. brick with everyiMng-ovt .. city. ,
BUY Two BR one both eystone Sign Saturday March 17 10
1 Keyslane;. large family room, equipped Durden' Garden Center. a.m.. 4 mile West of .....* -Low down payment 19.. me. needy new. '

ID kitchen, large corner lot. City Itchg 3/13 lawtey off SR 229: : on Luther 57.BOO. Hampton Oefc 330 s .ISO Owner will Hnsnwe \
water. ewoge.. paved 1979 TRAVEL TRAatRi 29 ft.. Milliard Road. Phone $21.100.721 McMahon St. 3 BR I B CHBA. 3 .lets fenced (
LOANS AVAILABllrAny GOOD HOMI rood. 28500. IOVORN all factory option, private 782.3801 or 782-3794. Itpd $28.800. Breeker Neet 3 BR CB IVi'' Bath ; ,
amount horn or v.ntur.. block female, REAL STATE. Phone bedroom, save $3,000. PHe- 3/19 $''.000. Werehovse Brownie St. Railroad. .,,41....
Ethl G. Balchldr. Rt.2. ./ ed for quick sole. Phone I
473-3294. Itchg 3/19 1500 BALES of clover and 337 N Walnut wonderful home B 4 furnished ept*. r
lOll 409, Kytlon' Height, year old. EXCELLENT BUY 12.60 two 782-3991. Itchg 3/19 Pensocola hay Highly lertlliied. $21 Pratt -1 From hemei-ewner 11_... : j
FI.32696. Llcntd Morlgag chlldr.n. Hod bedroom CH/A. disposal FREEZER BEEF! Phone ... t .
'1.25 per bale whileIt 13 acre Hwy 301 N B Morgan Ownr ton
Broker. Phon. 473-2989. 473-3679 after Negotiable down 964.6973.3/13tpd 3/13 '
$4,000. last and
at corner SR 16 1016 W. Prtt-$27,900..redertd. ,
2/19.Tfn. day thru Friday ( payment and terms. Phone LARGE LOT located on SR SR 233. Starke.A.C. From, 10 acre In vklnlty of Rd. IMA-B1SOO acre. Owner... j jI.t.

CASH FOR OOLDi Starling. on weekend. { ( 964-6240 after 6 p.m. Itpd 230 East Phone ,964-6201 964.7048.3115 2tpd 3/22: : ... en Lobe -. .......1 .home*.
Jwlry diamond., coin, RIDERS, ) 3/1S :liter 9 p.m. 3/B 2lchg 3/13 14 POOT PATHFINDER Keystone-Kings Rd. beeutrful heme-2000 I*. ft. $...000. 1
denial gold. Will visit your ville. Can leave ''' LION PAINTING Fast, one Travel Trailer AC. electric. .
\ I Rd. 100 3 BR 2 B frome $15,000.Rd.
home anywhere. Mr. Rltt- a.m. for day service See Rudy at hookup good condition,
IS! 100-CB home, gerege, trailer 3.2A-S49.B20
man. 479-1089.2/1 tfnchg.: Southslde. :( Waldo Flea Market. Friday, 1100. Phone 782-3392.: .
BINCOl, American Legion 9 .. .. Sat., Sunday Monday. Itchg 3/1 5 603 Plneweed-$3lBOO e very pleesent surprise '
Post 202 Sunday 2-9 GARAGE BAKERS ASPHALT and seal TFchg YARD SAUl Friday and large apt complex Ml $70.000. p

p.m.Saturday 7 p.m. PublicInvlted.9tpd SR-21 and coating service I I. now serving NURSERY STOCK Large fruit Saturday by 3 families, al 1301 Searing. 3 BR M CHBA $37,000. t,
trees: peach pear, persimmon Furnished 4BR 2B brick plus B acre 47100. S :
42.PLASTUING Saturday Keystone Stork. and 336W. SauthSt., behind Andrew
nectarine apple for lerge A frame Bessent Rd.. 42000. r
AND PAT- p.m.1tchg3/l9, surrounding area Construction *Drug.Miscellaneous
CHINGr Stucco and cut 1974 HONDA of new driveway Florida grope, citrus. fig, Item,treasures, tool, odds $27.000 brick S BR 1W' B out *f city 22.000 WO Mtg. i ,

brick. For fro* 350 CC. Good Height.'q'1 and parking .lots; repairing guava. Asalea and and end. Itpd 3/19 Star an 301 owner fI_... Plus *pt*. ,.,'

473.2935. Itchg 3/19. $379. and sealing existing, camellia $1.90 18-24" up.Evergreen 17 1/2 FOOT COBIA BOATiwHh 42A Inside city owner .1_... ,:.. f"
FOR SALE 1977 Mont. asphalt. Fro ettlmote *, hedge plant, canopy top 140 HP Commercial let. Call St. owner ftmnced.lewtey h'
shade and
Carlo. Full power excellent LAKE : : Phone 964. .I65. 1/25 TFchg Potted plant flowering and hanging tree Mercury engine with tilt 301 $14.000. Commercial '

condition. ....200. 473-2939. SALEiKeystone BULLDOZER WORKi Largo or baskets. Special priced{ trailer! and extra Phone lake Butler 88 acres: beautiful brick home.Leke !

Itchg 315.GARAGE beautifully mall jobs, (londclearlng and Save at CARNES NURSERY. 782-3873 alter 6 p.m. Keep Butler lovely lerge brick home. ,
SALE Four clear sand leveling Phone Jimmy Martin 23 mile SE of Stork.on Hwy trying. Price $2.200.: Itpd 1300 acre In the Newberry-Archer. area. 'f 6
'....5230. TFehg 3/13 Brewnlee Rd. IIi home.
A plus
famlllSaturday, March Lake. Good 100 at Florahome. Phone \i4
17, 9 a.m. til noon. Ranch at count for BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete 1-699-2169. Cloud Monday YARD SALES FridaySaturday 4 let $2500 ee. laurel Beptlst Church Rd.. h)
Intersection of SR-21 and and 1/4 acre sharpening service,circular, *. 3/1 Stchg 3/29 9 a.m. til 6,, r.m. $' 1.00. Large home plus B acre t
319 north of Keyttone.Weather access to lake hand carbide, chain CHAIN LINK FENCE Morgan Rd., 1/2 mile 0 20000. Deluxe MH 926 Euclid' B Epperson St.
blade hollow 301 North. Lawnmowert,
permitting.ItchgFREE only $4.900 mower ground material Do It yourself and $16.800. let en 301N 90' x 211' : t'l;
( ) and balanced Leave at tool., guitar. Magnus\ .
Installation available $31SOO. MH Rd. 100 with 1VI acre
PUPPY to good horn. 9 clql lot on Jackson Building Supply save organ lamp, chairs much "t',J
month old. brown good avail obi.. Stork. or H... Free estimate HandyMan more. Nice miscellaneous $23.760. Commercial W. Medlsen f ,
family dog. good watch dog. Salesman. : : TFchg Fence Co. 964-8959. TFchg Item Itpd 3/15 $$27.900.. leke St. fruit trees nice shrubbery .
Phon 473-3873; Itpd 3/19 tfnchg. LOSE WEIGHT safely end PATIO COVERS! 10x20: $179 FIBERGLASS FISHING BOATl $" .000. 1301 Pratt 3 BR 2 B CHBA 1 large den. I
---------- un In.tolled. Limited supply Gator trailer. $''.500. Leke Senta '. let 75' x 400'r:
fast with X-11 Diet Flan $3. galvanized t

I Union i : X-Pel Reduce$3.50.excess Koch'fluids Drug with, GATOR NW 13th ALUMINUM St.. Gainesville 4620.I 643 I Itpd W.319ELECTRIC Pratt St., Stork.. Lucille Conner Ipry Asseclt ."' ....20 r .

., Stork. 2/1 lOtpd 4/9 3729767. TFchg FUEL PUMP, Fit
I SIGN PAINTING Fast HAY FOR SALE Round bole diesel. r
one any or gas tank. $145. FLORlWD REGISTER
O .RtNt: : .t n-; i : day service. See Rudy at $13 each. Arthur Gaskln !Phone 964-6729 or 964.6395. ,

.' '. Waldo Flea Market Friday Phone 7823140. TFchg I tchg 3/15 REALTY' GAS AND OIL ,'
: Sat., Sunday and Monday. LIMEROCKi Allen Taylor
It77 MOPED, Puch. Very
MOBILE Phone 782-317: :, Phon 964-7700 set n.. St. : ,
12 X 70 MOBILI HOMItllke Lowt., good condition. Phone .*M I
SPACEilncludes ALCOHOL CSANONYMOUS after 6 393 N. Avenue f' '
new. 3 bedroom on 10 weekday p.m. o ''''-8187 after 4 p.m. Itpd Temple tM-satt ..
acre' of land. 9 min from and .ptlc Phone anytime weekends. TFchg 3/19 \ .

Lake Butler 10 rain from Mr. Sarah 964-9148 or 964-6982.TFehg IAHIA HAYr Argentina, Just whet you've asked. LfOaeFwlCil : \
prison. $125 mo.. lust| Inside 496-2381. Itpd SEWING MACHINES highly fartlllied. Phon.I ferl I I J 1 r
Baker Co. line on Clarence 2 BEDROOM !! ) REPAIRED All makes cleaned 964-6071 TFchg'WATION'S One- ecre. two ho_.. 2 la
Dobbs Rood on B. P. Smith' BLOCK oiled and adusted.| $7. HOUSE Ol NEW & USED large, sheds end wired .IAbIIIRIIOF Gila i. 1'I>i
farm Call 299-6478 2.8 behind FaD Wok guaranteed. James VACUUMS Many brand 01 work .building. Live In en* + + !
end the other VbIIWirelsus1. I. I II:
tfnchg. 496.3640 after ( ; Strickland, corner Morgan new vacuum. Used. CLOTHING SHOES rent grew a
beside. .. ,
tfnchg Rd and Hwy 16..1FcheItlMoonINO machine available. Part garden t/F."," : < i

SMALL ; ? and accessories for al 25' To $300 '
town. Ideal for REPAIRS New kitchen, vacuum systems. 404 NV BR home with 6 oc.. small BcttarkiBKASINGTON f J.
).. 10th Ave., Gainesville
or coup bath, family room. equity' to qualified l buyer/
plu. deposit. 'block. io'ScYbi*ip!; !?W 5- phone 376-7110. TFchg Pulldlng.NextJo *-%*,* \bI'!, : f Vw< L'M' -' ;;;;:r..i .
Louise Starling 1Ipd 3.15 1 1gd1/11L1S/ ;;t1".i'C.netrllctiost eo,'FlU'PIRTi, top-fell} found f y...,......... :.. 11'-1 3 M fc Mnort frrV-oTr.;. -,..- \ .. -S .
Evemng.r r- ; Phone 473-2108 or tlons and yard. Jimmy Martin Waters Grocery
Keystone Height land two mile : 473.2578,. TFchjf '"' 964.5230. TFchg 10 acre., (just 10!. down. PAHEU8G I .'. ,,

Butler on BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK DO DROP IN Bargain House Store 40 acre wooded land with 1 CENTER. f t'
6.496.3437.3.8 SIRVICEl Bradford residential US 301 South. W* buy one stream thru property n

CAR REPAIRS I pump-outs. $' 5. Commercial sell used furniture. Phon. On Comer Lawtey. Fla. I .
| ttI
STEVE and Industrial.' Fully 964-6740, 9 to i! 3 BR In City of Stark, fairly' Paneling Molding

ENGINE TREE 1 licensed Phone' 9648121. Mon.'Thun.. 9 to 6 Frl. am priced. | Kitchen Cabinets B

SMALL TFchg Sot. 3/1 TFchgVACUUM Evenings Please cell Counter Tops
*Removal DOG GROOMINGt'Bath $3. SALEi Kirby, lWyan"Real Vernle P. Odo", Broken 5 V nltieB .
WORKAt *Free Toy Poodle ".50; Miniature Special from $125; Hoove Ralph OBI Phone 9648476Peer rfi

Your Home $10. Boarding $3 per day. Dial-o-Matics from $24.90: !Andrew 964-77)9 1 FREE I',t
: Estate
Gum Creek Kennel Eleetrolux from $29.90: L. G.Dell 964-7S91 1
Or Business Keystone 964.5922.2/15 TFchg Eureka from 2950. AI 2301 N.Temple Ave. I ESTIMATES i schedule on appointment .SEWING DONE In my home. vacuum guaranteed. Expert terke,.... 'I
REASONABLE "" -", for On Intoirvl_. Reasonable rate Please repair service. AI i: Phone 966878Office iIVAUGH3MOHNSQ8I ''I.

Janet M. Itpd 3/15 call Mr. Crouse, 782-3217 make AI Young. 2 I/!2
PRICES NEWLY FURNISHED APART. after 11 a.m. 3/1 3tpd 3/15 miles North US 301 Stark open Monday thru Cadillac( -OIdomobn. I BI

100% MENTl $!29month. Water BRADFORD GARBAGE SIR- Phone 9646918. 3/13 3lch|9 Saturday.9.5 p.m. Sunday Sales is Service ,

:1 TARLENGReg. and electricity furnished. VICE $S a month twice a 3/29 by appointment. fme Selection Of fend 140 S. Thompson St I
GUARANTEED 127 Lafayette St.. Starke. week pick-up In most 1974 SUZUKI GT 7SO.full far, Cart
Taken On
Phone 964. 951. 1 Itchg 3/19 bag and trunk lov 110 ACREAGE 356 acre : 1 Old Coo Coo Pl.ntndee .' ;" ,
Real Broker area Dumpster service Ing. with 'V mile Ironlogo. Cadilltu! "
Estate highway -
available '0.". mileage, great shape 984-5711 \4';
MOBILE HOMES 13x60 two 2001 N.W..U37&-5301
Phone "" .6167. Itchg 3/19
that tl< WHEELS 301 North Lawtey bedroom Grlffl Loop. dump! Phone \''''-6j67.I GO FIRST CLASS 9 BR, 4 GAINESVILLE ---- ''R,\
Office 782.3931 1:30: PM 8 PM Phone 964-9276, Curtl T. 3/8 bath Cape Cod on 14
DIXIE AUTO REPAIR lee. Itpd 3/15 i)'
Home 782.3898 BABV CA.lln my home: all acre
and one bedroom age. Donation, acceptedfor : RAMBLING. BR, 2 bath on F.
964-5590 AOlOf' Perfect for of this and more for ONLY apts., furnished, utilities Included church organliatlon. UllianC.l'eursunREALTOR .In acre. ,
NEWLY WEDS. This home $25.300 Reverend Jean 7823991.
314 N. Temple QnhiyRj
no pets.
llcha 3/19 CONVENIENT 3 BR, 2 bathin
could grow a* your needs Ave.. Starke. Phone
FAULKNERREALTY secludedand A0113 10 acreson WILL BABYSIT In'my home I.AWTKY.ri.OKIDA: .
Shady after 6
964-7344 1tpd
grow. .p.m.
main. 74.306Handyman's:
a ereek. In .torke. fronting on a county 3115 Monday thru Friday night I IMPROVED PASTURE 70

m ' tamed graded rood. ONLY TRAILER very clean, on Grlffl and Saturday Phone Special: acre of Bradford' finest
$1,800 per acre 7823060. 1/2 mile Northof Livable house on Hwy. 100 '
964-8816. It. REAL ESTATE
with 900
Loop. Phone on highway. ROBERTS
Starke on US 301. Itchg
S.. 3 BR house
2305 N.T.mpl. $5,000
A0102 Do you | have II tracts of small Itpd 3/15
Starke.Florida wont a home with a large acreage available, coned 3/15 need. repair, $2.900 cash. RANCHfTTES. 20 acrespostur4 ',"'
9 acres and 964-7828
kitchen? Do you need 3 Open Rural Coll me and HDMESWANTED. W* ore offering/ two of our mobile horn, ((7)) four acre

Paul H.Faulkn.rR.altor BR? How about a screened (let m. tell you about the older home In lowtey: lots ((4)) ten acre lot. ((3)) 986- N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. ., +
in porch?This home has all EASY TERMS. 2-story from. 9 BR. I bath % 1
lot" ((3))
large porches on approx. I two acre one lot on Sampson lake, 100 ft. frontage, well and septic k

Susan Bokken acre, S3 I.950 acre lot. tank .+. I
RealjorEvenings' term.large 4 BR, I LAKI..ONTI12.64 mobile
9646172OVER NEW HOMES. 20 To 30 HomesIn bath, frame,3 fireplaces, 2 home, screened porch. Twenty acre on US 301 South.

ONI ACRE- with 2BR. Or Close To Starke $43.900 porches, (on equity 5 ocr.and.. !PRIME COMMERCIAL 400 3 bedroom t bath outside city limit. 2.8 ocr.. ,. ,
From. house. Good location.
assume mortgage). '11. 301 frontage with water Sapless Highway area: 10 acres Po.tur. lone!
14500. Suitable For Rentals and sewer.BUILDING .
HWY 16 .
VETERANS Home B Income: 3 BR. 2 9 off 301N. I"
LOTS In acres
Nic. From. home with oppox. town
both CH A, remodeled
1100 sq. ft.Ben Franklin U !Can Be In frame home/ 'on 10 acres and out.ROOMFUL. In country 4 bedroom. I both frame home large living f

fireplace. MUST SEE. Good: Or Bad RepairL With fruit tree and pecan OF HOUSE room dining room area .on, 10 acres.: oak and pecan f':: ,

WATERFRONTConcrete' Vet"I.S low *9fO oO out.bldg... fenced and "PLANS or will build from tree*. ,' :
Block home. ONLY TWO Od cross-fenced plus 2 '1. I
We recommend Club l
your a 2 lots at Starke Country ,
... .Call 1884.6464.24 Hrs.iBJUjpiWELL
YEARS OLD. 65' frontage As Down both rental house, $99,600 master builder who will ': 'f. I F

on SAMPSON LAKE. PRICED I terms. build FHAVA or conventional. 2 bedroom block home In town. (Irving room,'dining room

RIGHT. ( Real Estate' Top quality I bath. la. fenced bock yard. '
RIA-S s ACRES 3BR Two New Homes SR 16 ; 80 acre form: Comfortable construction at s reasonable garage (. *.,S- T X \

From. house. Lot of frontage \ 3 BR 2 both home.. fenced, large tCrossfenced prke. We\ will help Lg. 2 story frome home In town: 4 bedroom 2 bath*, ,living ; t I
and paved Line liaB'>J. Walnut'St. Starke :Fla.Madame barn outbldg .
rood.on graded Near Clay County 30 pecan you and with financing.plan,It materials will cost, room dining room. ? ,* '\ '''r .< ''i'i

MOBILE HOME PARK 3 Br., 2 Bath. Den or 4th trees $190.000. Mil a few minute* of your In country 3 bedroom. I'/both living room dining. ., -t i

Approximately 12 acre Ft. 4 acres up in lawtey. city time for us to'show you CH/A 10 acre Spotl.... 1. f !
with B hook-up now in Br. Over 1400 Sq. Fully water $3,000 acre, 12 pet, what w. have to offer. I

use. ROOM ,FOR EXPAN A/C With Carpet Jace down ...................... 3 bedroom t bath, living room, dining. rc pm. brkk,. w. :
SION. otlifectte,
STATION Your"eerturel I I. our separate garage. In town i \p C \

SERVICE BUILDINGtwo' lift and Call Today .Palmist- and 10 acres both, side fronting Wilson SR 230 Rd. Y.M.M.M.r1..1.M.. Evenlngi'. ,Handyman special 3 bedroom. I f bath frame, ocr lot. : (\,r I I

several remodeled office.. $22.000. :, J ,
Psychic Advisor Roll'hp.lrr- ,
larg storage building.210 Left ..rywIa.rel '. Realtor 944-4208 Brick 4 bedroom 2 bath, )n town 11"lng'r mien, family I." :
210 on HWY 301. 36.35 ocr... 1340 It. US 301. [B '
W. have commercial. property win read your entire W*. Advise* on fl' t $56.900 terms. Wevne B. DewglosBrokerSalesmen room with fireplace dining' room. CHI A. ,
.. .ffsir el III.
Call such *s low. Courtship ,
on HWY 301 North 6 Approx. < acre lot off North Grand St. :
and South. ...."Iag.. lw'11.111.,4'1 :Bueate.s 100 Acre form approx, 100 phone ,....,," REALTOR .

Weterfrent property AH.r llIl. Specutatlon: Overcome *N trainer.. .y pecan trees, well, septic S I Oevld" Dyl AecletePhone Spacious 3 bedroom. 2 bath home In city Family room +

available. enemies A. bed luck electric planted, posture 468-inf with stunning brick fireplace' Dining area Living room

VA end FHA financing Till Bplrluei Medium. ,TH* you1 wh.1 you need k and paved woods road. Good divided,Investment by. with beamed ceiling many extra*. [. y

available.. know-She .I Is superior. to *ity ether you hv ever $130,000.QPPICIt '
Associates 964-5533 oon.u"ed GEORGE ROBERTS Bre*.rA .
1 Irene)L.F.eIknNIV.ningc r.,
lewtey Turn of *sedate*
''''.106' MfYM ConMenlr7etfM0* '
; si heel .. *" Beptlschurch < Rtofcerd. Robert
A Locally .Owned Company the' ( JtMflthMysmAmsGedwht
Look for sign tn.front of her home'Located ; Then. rightChurch .t PataySlkexTllrirni .

Evenings Veda. Settle 964-S944 Office Next To Western Auto, Starke.! on U.S. ,301 South hi Stark ACCTOBS From.' (Wlew tlgitU TmiM rHTrnnTtirr*>car ...... c.po\: | .\ .'
KOA Campground r--eioi... I
gNa w la"t" .ww4
.Julie L.OrlffI Mon Frl And 9.1 Saturday DAY, EVE. B. WEEKENDS ,2....tewur.0\ttMI'I'-1y . \
Evenings 964-7489 Open Open Deity 9 00 a m to 1 0-OO B m. Ph: 084-87*:3 Phon 713-1104 (i) ?r

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SMYRNA MISSIONARY BAPTIST ; Mr'*. Wendie Smith and daughter, Mr. aDd Bin. G.L. MAMMO. of Live
) : Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship BUubeth, of Jacksonville spent. the Oak.
weekend with her parent, Col. and Mr*. Pierce Crews visited
CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday School Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Train- : her
10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and ing Union at 6:15 p.m. Prayer ; EIabetk" Terry Mr*. Wm. Wilson.Mr. ..ft....iD-law. Mrs. B.A. Sapp, of New
ft p.m. Prayer Meeting and YPE Meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. .... .t>. .c\. ", __ .... River on Wednesday afternoon.
Wednesday at 7 p.m.EVERGREEN IDA weeKena wun .... \_ Elder and Mrs. Frame Kiieriter or and Mrs. Franklin Starling and Mrs. Pierce Crew and her niece,
PERSONALS: aunt, Mr. and Mrs. w.v.' BonIti ad Hollywood, Fla., apent the weekend family of Bryceville, and Mr. and Mr*. W.F. Atwood, were business
BAPTIST: Sunday Mrs. Laurl Padgett and Mrs. Kay family. Mr. and Mrs. T.L. :StuIiib4., .f with Elder A.E. Massey. Mrs. 'Tommy Starling and son Grog, visitors to Gainesville on Thursday.
School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 Padgett were hostesses for a Bridal Valdosta, Oa., spent Sunday with Mrs. Fred Moore spent Thursdaywith of Jacksonville were Sunday dinner Mrs. Virgil Griffis of Palatfca spent
a.m.and 1 p.m.Training Union 6 p.m. Shower for Miss Mary Jane Padgett them. her slater Miss Rachel Bayer,of guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Sunday afternoon with her mother
Prayer Meeting on Wednesday at 7 Tuesday. March 6 at the home of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs C.!:. Colvin and son, Jacksonville. Fleam Starling.Mr. Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, and sister,
p.m. Kay Padgett. They played four Jerry, of Jacksonville, were Sunday Michele Lee.of Jacksonville spent Jake Shuford, of Appomatox, Mrs Daisy Boch.
FAITH BAPTIST: Radio Program ames after which Miss Padgettopened dinner guests of their parents Mr. the weekend with her grandparents, Va., spent a week with his nephewand LAWTEY ELEMENTARY
WPXE SUrke AM 1490 FM 106.3 B her gifts. They served pound and Mrs. C.T. Ball. Mr.and Mrs. Gene Pearson. niece Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford, Menu March .. SCHOOL
a.m. Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m. cake cheese balls with crackers and Mr. and Mrs. Caney Dobbs, of Phillip Carter Jr., spent Sunday and other relatives. .23
Worship Services 11 a.m. and 6:30 fruit punch. Jacksonville spent Saturday with afternoon with his grandparents. Mr. Miss Billy Doreen Wilson of Monday: Beefaronl. green sweet
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anders, Sr., their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie and Mrs. Rowell Prevail. Jacksonville spent the weekend with peas fruit cup, biscuits butter, .
6:30: pm.Elder. visited their mother, Mrs. O.J. Dobbs. He took his Dad for a ride. Dennie Ecord: and Tawn Tennant. her parents, Col.! and Mrs. Wm. : Boiled beans w/ham
Frank Ellerker of Anders and their aunt, Mrs. Marian Jason Crews, of Starke was a Fri of Mayport, were visitors at Faith Wilson. seasoning rice, candled yams, applesauce -
Hollywood Fla.. brought the message Hall, of Jacksonville. The boys went day overnight guest of his uncle and on Sunday morning. Mrs. Edna Cason and Nolan Dobbs, cornbread butter, milk.
over WPXE Starke, and also brought home with them for the weekend. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodges and Tammy Padgett was a Saturday of Glen St. Mary, were Wednesday Wednesday: Fried chicken, mashed -
both messages at the church Sunday. Mrs. Hall is spending some time with family. night overnight guest of her niece. guests of her brother and sister-in- potatoes and gravy, green beans,
her sister, Mrs. Anders. Their sister, TMI and Mrs. Wayne Gustafson, Donna Padgett. law, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. pears, rolls butter, .
FIRST BAPTIST: Sunday School Mrs. Hester Hicks, was their Thursday and Mr. Willie Dobbs, were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. F.L Roberts of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Dobbs, of State Thursday: Turkey w/noodles
:43a: .m.Worship Service1La.m.and supper guest dinner guests of his parents, Mr. and Jacksonville were Tuesday supper Farm visited< their grandparents, green sweet peas, peaches biscuits,
7:30: p.m. Training Union 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Kelli Luke, of Heilbronn Spr- Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. and overnight guests of their sister Mr and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs on Sunday butter, milk.
Prayer Meeting on Wednesday 7:30: ings, and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Boch Mrs. Bennett Green, of Superior. Mrs JohnTye.Sr. afternoon. Friday: Sloppy Joe on bun, potato
and daughter, Jenny, of Starke were Arizona, is spending some time with Mrs. Wilma Wainwright attendedthe Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee were Sun rounds, buttered corn, applesaucecake
p.m.GRACE UNITED METHODIST: Sunday dinner guests of their grand- her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Florida Junior College Pageant at day dinner -guests of their parents milk.
Sunday School 9:43: a.m. Worship Ser mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson and Mrs. Harold Eunice. the Civic Auditorium. Jacksonville, -----
vice 11 a.m Methodist Youth mother Mrs. Daisy Boch. Henry Hodges and sons. Hank and Saturday evening. In which her gran- PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE
Fellowship at 6:30: p.m. Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. James Bowman Mark and nephew, Stevie Crews attended daughter. Miss Lisa Durban was a
Choir practice Wednesday at 7:IS celebrated their daughter, Mrs. the car races at Lake City contestant for the selection. of Miss I By Court Order, there wilt be a meeting Thursday, March 22, 7'30: p.m,

Vickie Crews' birthday Saturday. Speedway on Saturday night. F.J.C. 78-79. at Hampton City Hall, Hampton, Fla.
p.m.Bible School Study Course at the Guests were Mr. Crews and son, An- Mr. Jake Shuford, of Appomatox.Va. Mrs. Catherine Steele of Monroe,
church every Wednesday night at 8 drew, Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Altwater ? visited Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kel- Tenn., is spending some time with her for the
p.m. The church has a nursery for and Mrs. R.W. Bowman of Jacksonville ly on Friday. son-in-law and daughter) Mr. and
pre-school children during worship They enjoyed ice cream and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Barry and Mrs. Lester Walker and family.Mr. .
services. cake with them during the afternoon.Mr. daughter, Miss Julie Barry, of and Mrs. John Tye. Jr., and ,
United Methodist Women met at the and Mrs. Robert Smith and Jacksonville, visited their brotherand family were Sunday dinner guests of Near Hampton Lake
church Tuesday, March 6 with 8 children spent the weekend with their sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs their mother, Mrs. Kathryn Uland,
members present.. Mrs. Wilma Wainwright brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Harold Eunice, on Saturday night. of Jacksonville.Mrs. IMPORTANT If you have a lot or family plot, you should be at this
called the meeting to order Mrs. Tom Whaley and family, pf Mrs. Tracy Cox, of Hilliard,spent a James Waters' visited her Don't miss It. Mark calendar I I
and opened with a devotional by Mrs. Tampa. few days with her parents Mr. and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Hlggin- meeting your
Coss. She read from John IS, verses Mr. and Mrs. Chuckle Rentier and Mrs. George Kelly while having some botham of MaxvWe,on Sunday after- NOTICE? PUBLIC NOTICE
1.11, and from the Upper Room. She family, of Summerville, S.C., spent dental surgery performed. noon.
brought out the many ways we can -- -
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glorify God and closed with prayer.
The next meeting will be on the 19th
at the home of Mrs. Coss with Mrs. -
Mamie Lou Edwards, cohostess.Mrs. / q TWO (2)
Coss will also have charge of the ( K.

program. .-'
School 9:45: a.m. Worship Services II lIft [I II
a m. and 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting ,
Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Mt
LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday School _\
10 a.Worship Services 11 a.m and .
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesdayat
7:30: p.m. '
School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 ,
a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Pastor, Rev. vZt
Charles Starling. (
day School 10 a.m. Worship Services
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Training Union 6 1Qi
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30 :; DADRYCALVESWATHr
p.m. Pastor, Rev. James Parrish.
School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 Ni
a.m.Wednesday and 7 at p.m.7 p.m.Prayer Meeting

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BROOKERIN On and two day old. tf.!ry ulroa. r..4y "mirs.


Jeanette Prescott \'t \ >

.,' We're .;
Mrs. Ann Starling has volunteeredto .'
be a Teacher's Aide. Presently\ she % -JH re' and runn :
Is working with Mrs. Pillow's 3rd ---
grade clalls.Students I .
of Brooker Elementary :
School will take their Spring holidays March 28.30, the week of the Bradford ,: .
County Fair.PERSONALS. C1 ff and i industrial' machinery!

: 1'
Mr. and Calvin ,.
Mrs. White of .
Sumpterville, visited their son Perry r. SAVE UP TO *2OOOSave ;
and his wife,Jo a few days last week. .-
They also visited other relatives while on farm tractors, combines and t tc

here. ti backhoe loaders all brand new all top S
Sherry, Chris and Russell Thorn quality, from MF.We're .
ton, II of Gainesville,accompanied by :
Rhonda Whitman of Brooker, spent ENGINE AND YOUR CHOICE OF 2.OR 4 WHEEL DIESEL. ... rewed up to give you great buys, and .
Friday night with their grandparents DRIVE. WITH NINE FORWARD AND THREE that':3notall: t I
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescott and REVERSE SPEEDS. FOUR.STEP PTO AND


fishing Claude Saturday and Paul in Santa Prescott Fe Lake.went At Priced From $4 975 AND SEEIUS NOW! [ 'j j II

f ..
present we don't know if they caughtany ---
fish or not LAWN CARE


Now that the weather is so nice SPOTLIGHT 1
more people will be crowding to the
New 3 Pt. Equipment Cat. /
lakes and fishing places and outdoor I
recreation sites. We want to take this TOUGH
opportunity to caution everyone to 12" Bottom p.low' $230Single !II! i
keep our streams and lakes litter SPECIAL
clean as It is easy to pollute the en disc.. harrow 269 '
vironment. Put a litter container in 5' Tandem harrow 375 .
your boat or car and use it. Keep in TR ACTOR

mind pollute."Keep Florida Clean"and don't .. 1-Row cultivator from 99 i

r 14" Millers) Pr. 67 ,
March I42.1Monday! :! $2 377 1-Row cole planter 255 i"

: Pizza tossed salad, fruit DRIVE From e ..' 600 fert. dist. 339 ,,,
cup, corn, rolls milk "
i Tuesday: Turkey w/gravy, broccoli @ 4' Brush mower from 375
orange Bavarian cream, bread,milk.
: Wednesday: Fishwich w/cheesecole 1 5'Brush mower from 390

slaw milk., French fries applesauce, bun, e 5'HD brush mower 565 L '

Thursday: Meat loaf, carrot salad r"t 6' HD brush mower 674 Tin wta..R.t .
scalloped potatoes. 1/2 orange, rolls, ROPER
milk. 6'Rear blades from 165
t r' ?
Friday: Hamburger on bun. lettuce,
i Crane booms 42
tomato, pickle,peaches, potato chips, 11 HP TRACTOR
: milk. .
',,r' :i I I'i 111111 I 'II rrllli \ \ *?r4. SAVE EVEN MORE ON 'With 36" Mowers 1 ,295

; Disco Dance Course A r'r' ;; M, ,Used Tractor Tires 14 h.p., w-42"'mower $2,256

"J ? i 1 h Oil' For-Use In 16 h.p w-48" mower $2,545
Offered Here '
J r ". FordMFlnternat'l.Deere 18 h.p. w-48" mower $2,990
I ) Santa Fe College and the Bradford ...r a & Other Tractors 20 h.p.'w-48" mower $3/290
Vo-Tech.Center. are sponsoring an
;.,;. eight wecfc course In Disco Dancing
',i : beginning April 4th. The Course
',' I taught by expert Mike Manero, will
: J teach the basic steps and moves of I -rrDon't
<: modern disco dancing. The t1.
" t knowledge of movement timing \ '
.!t. coordination! and continuity of steps in \( SUPERIOR TRACTOR COMPANY
.' the various disco dances will be _
taught. Although not necessary,it Is a a Flexible financing
good idea to sign up with a partner deal until you Mr :, 5353 West Beaver Street with' payment '

The class will meet at the Vo-Tech hiss .' Jacksonville, Florida
see plan to
Center each Wednesday from II p.m. .._ ((904)) 7819011HOUR'S you.
" to S
, i 8 A.M..S P.M.-OPEN SAT 'Til NOON
i It lea noncredit course and the fee / .
is only 11$. You can register at the '
Santa Fe Center Office Monday ;,
through Thursday from 8 a.l1'to. 3p.m. T -
Jj: f
\", For...., more., Information call m-5382;

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