Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 13, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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96th Year' STARKE, FLORIDA IS Cents ."' '. .,,,
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Loudon School Funds ; : -

Resigns As BCH,, Cut To Cost43JobsHerA I ': 4'I:,

TrusteeSTARKE ;; V M y* ;

Feeling I "J

"very strongly .that the
local Commissioners board of County should _

,make appointments to this STARKE. Forty-three
t boardA.G. (Art)' Loudon positions have been cut in
submitted his resignationfrom the proposed >.w,

the Bradford County staffing formula

Hospital Board of Trusteesto 3 qe i+ 1S y,. Temple, was
Gov. Reubin Askew in a present to

letter dated March 6. Board late

"I also' feel that a afternoon in 'a

hospital cannot be suc- meeting. ,

cessfully operated under The staff cut.

the ''present SunshineLaw $50,000, in' S'" t

," wrote Loudon, a 'funds, and a $ .

veteral of seven years on don in school
the BCH board 'and twice 1976 leaves

its chairman. ti Temple and his tit.

Operating a hospital Is 'an ing at a. $ '
area for thought and study, saving. That
Loudon wrote the governor. Temple to i
The County Commission is anced 1Sf16 I
aware of .the problem, he "T'T9''i
school board
stated. "
Loudon cited the County afternoon after ""j" ,
Commission for its financial the staff. Honored For Service i s
.J assistance to the hospital. "I
feel they (the county com- Temple's"It's terse and wife Ada accept a plaque Monday night t
missioners) are justified In his proposal..; of Lawson's 24 years of service on the Bradford 'M1 :
seeking the right to make from Vice-Chairman Art Holliday. The veteran :
appointments'' of the people" Using the member, who retired from the board last year t
talked in
who administer these funds, being Gov. a standing ovation from some 30 persons at the '
now, I

he"Having wrote no quarrel with Still The Sweetest Berries This Side UfHeavgn? loss proposal to two which recalled. once when' during the county's desegre- :' t

anyone and with only the best funds,Supt. ,the school board met 22 times in one month.
interest of our community "As pretty as I've ever seen," Is the way County Agent production coupled with! stiff competition of berries Importedfrom Bradford County where are you going to hang this thing?" ques ;
health care and the hopsital at Bobby Taylor (left) describes Bradford County's current Mexico. The once proud industry,, boasting of 1,500 about $200,000 "In the living room or dining room?" j'
heart, 'I hereby respectfully "short but tweet" strawberry crop to producer L. M. acres of berries In Its hey-dey! iomg 40 to 50 years ago has state in 1976. In bathroom", Lawson replied, pokerfaced o'4jine .
resign'.' Loudon wrote Gov. (Buddy) Norman Jr..TaYlor hoists a-toad-strangling California dwindled until only a handful of growers are .left, with a new that the local
Askew. Sequoia as itinerant pickers make a pretty picture In low of only some 30 acres planted to berries this season. will have to match
Loudon is immediate past lush green field, framed by window of a berry-packing shed. -v "- contributions for : :4
, r_ tihaicma ; at, vtfve?h08p tat.. .. Bradford County'* 'fahiedTtrawherry: Industry has fallen'on 'But according toTaylor"Wirelrd4vbihrmoal\ r "'. #beeiMtf rfvkl crReti ; s-y,rting! >"
,'.',, .. """, ru.'' lean years,victimized! by tit* twin threatsof rising.costs of they're fill 'the sweetest strawDe-Ofriw, Jhls side of Heaven." tem to ,the tune'. ( ..:: "

l' .. i....2;*wi>f-* "t -t.'-.***- "" I 1:: "!".*. .*, ?'* w.. _"": M.- 'r ;JI $70,000 additional prior expense year '. '
G'i Kw'
to the state. Road Program
"Loan Approved The governor's
would give
92.1 percent on
earns by its

For New County under instead the of Florida the Told

which places State Dt-purt- pavement; lirudlurd's current
the state. of secondary paved' read l
Temple has met "crying hard maintenance is done l Ill'' the
Garbage System pals during the past the Bradford DOT at a cost of $j.tHHI;; ( ) per
on the possible Commission was year from (the county's :ic-
STAKKE!: No final decision The commission IV patterning expects for 1976. annual hearing on cured secondary .road 'luiulx.
its after v last Friday The county questions if it can
proposed system
has been made yet, on
mittee in
exactly what kind of garbage the one in use in Marion y -< Xy, and City according to maintain the roads) cheiiper.
the County. The commission is Gib Brown. Most counties doing their o\\ n
disposal equipment county .
then again Tuesday
will bubut the Farmers also in. of securing maintenance are unhappy.
process # all
: ,. until 3 p.m. approved because the DOT! doesn'tallow .. (
Homo Administration has two-acre sites around the i .. 1 his principals.. Bradford County's
approved a $200.000, 15-year, county on which to place the What has secondary road them enough money to
loan the containers.The do the job Brow bU\s.
live, percent for big hours of 16)I" only the 1.3
system according to Clerk system is still 'a few what myriad Grove Road Over the past t live years.
Jib Brown months away, but the architectural anytime within during \\hich no county
desirable basic
The Bradford Commission firm is expected to be Y"rd41e.. each school staff, or two. pavement has been dune the
tentatively plans to buy seven ready to call for bids within l'a $3 million. Road. SR-229 w ill county has accrued some
large 40-cubic yard capacity the next month or,so, accord- some board was riot sometime $4BO.H)0\ ( ) in lil'COlldal'I'olld
compactors and a large truckto ing to Brown. on the '76 next year or two. funds according to what
haul the big boxes to the step yet to'be complete must decide Clerk Broun terms an
landlill at Keystone Heights.' on the KHA loan is Wednesday night. wants to spend estimate by DOT ollicials.
of the State Planning Expected "We hope that's right but
The architectural firm .of approval -I administration mile to have the
Moore.'May & Harrington of Board in Tallahassee, Brown related areas resurfaced at tits we don't" know and they don'teither
Gainesville is In process of' says. That approval Is ''expected c31 tenance the' or to spend !says Broun noting
determining specifications shortly. and supervisory widen the road two the 1 figure usually! ends up less
ramps to be constructed and The City of Slarke is already + $150.000. side and resur than the county thought.A .
which vehicles'wIII drive to hauling Its garbage to the DOT recommends major portion of the
dump garbage into the huge county landfill near Keystone Positions Supt. county's secondary road t lunds
containers. Heights. The city 'dump on recommends to be in Starke is also are still going each >ear to .
Each: container will havel'ompactors Laura Church Road isbeing Hanging heavy with berries and fruit, this field of Sequoias at Norman' farm on Road 225 are: elementary for resurfacing by retire bonds floated to lour- f,
to the closed by degrees according west of Lawtey, Bradford's "Berry Belt," gives a glimpse of what "might have been" if local county vo-tech road officials lane US-301 in the late l\ ;30's.;
garbage into one squeeze end to allow to Sanitarian Jack Trawick. growers could have had all the labor and supplies they needed at prices they could afford to <( the vo-tech )
more dumping:, The compactor -. City residents have been pay.' education the City of Starke until 1990. Board Chairman
( can be operated by pushing -. asked not to haul to the city Norman cut his acreage from 27 to 7 acres this season and says he no longer has to worry special use to stop leaky Dave Shulord's comment J.
,. a button., landfill:Although the dump is 'about "making or breaking"a killing in the berry business. At present, ha Is disposing of most countywide pipes. The city when the subject is brought up
.' open for' trash and garbage fruit through the family-owned Norman's Produce Market In Starke, a far cry from the old county career rough spots by is,that the, county has been ,
- f there is a very limited amount days when carloads of berries rolled by rail from Starke and Lawtey for northern markets. the street to patch paying on the :301 bonds but
e .n Tier of.room, for garbage. A city Norman has threatened to get out of the berry business like most other Bradford growers, but'just dinator, DOT has said will the debt is growing. '
employee is still on duty. at the can't seem to break the habit entirely. director, food through the city What little secondary
landfill., Only sizable berry patches In the county this year are Norman's, Morris Carter Lloyd' can't do it now paving the county hopes to doan
(See Page ",,) 'Griffis, all about seven acres, and Gary Reddish with about four acres (See Page ) lack of funds. the next two years, the
and widening Pleasant Grove road between
US-301 west to SR-16 and SR-229 will be done r;
is also tern-' only if the 'right-of-way is k 'i

School Index delayed because donated the county com .,
Funding Tagged are currently missioners told DOT officials. (.
FREE up. DOT is The county has no intention of i
r CARD PARTY to widen the road buying right-of-way. Brown '
,k Friday. March 14 sidewalks, curbs, says that most Pleasant
J tb 7)30 p.m. to the city limits Grove residents have agreedto
: donate the right-of-way, but
: p r:; Starke Golf to have Its that some are reluctant. .
4' ., and.' Etisjcriminatory take another look at Major item holding
\ 1 Country Club 'at Pratt Street secondary road paving up is
builds up in.hard money. The county's accrued
; !.>: For Reservations a STARKE '-. The 'cheapest the-spot study of the cost of effort to Bradford County has dary program "we can live the residents of $480,000 would pave less than
.' Ption VMM04TALENTSHOW place an the state to buy living In Bradford County: been decreasing in recent ''with". County. SRS-227, the short 10 miles of roads at the
----- pavement joining present cost of $50.000 per
'' the
county's required
somethlng-for some years 2) The state
i J: Starke businessmen thought it, If the Bradford ''County effort to get those sta te dollars. '.'"It will affect all levels of Administration US-301 are due mile. The county is still
f By BMS Eighth good publicity, but that was school system is, in fact, has! been: climbing. personnel," Supt. Temple requested to do In the DOT'S searching for a way to cut that
Class funded the basis this fiscal Brown said I
1.d Grade before School Jim next year on said. budget cost perhaps by
;r.; Friday March t41.t Temple took the Surt. of 89.8 percent of the state "The local taxpayer wilt' Temple pointed out that on survey a uniform throughout basis DOT officials said doing some of the work Itself, d
TtlOp.m.$ expected plight. to-Board .of school funds it earns by its pay more than he has ever Bradford County was not true cost of living are available 'Another route the commissioners
,'y\ number of local before' 1 stated. DOT has '' asked the DOT
Governors of the Chamber of pupils paid just to par. physically surveyed on mostof given for all 67 '
Adults 7ScntStudents Commerce last Thursday schools will be cut back to the hclpa te." the superintendentsaid the items included in the repave SR-18 while ,about was paving at ,
t'' SO cents March o. *"* 1971 level of' meaning the county ''state's study in compiling a The old a primary road, standards on country road
\ 'I Praceed To Pay' Temple told" the Camper. must raise a certain amountof statewide price index., dation Program, It back to a and then impose"1: weight
l' For Class Trip ,, governors: In 1971;' tax. funds or else.. have: state v Counties that have requested\ schools were status as it plan limits. DOT okayed the weight
Price '
'tC ."T rm'lng'the Florida lj j millage was at 10.;local tax* funds withheld. and received a new survey teacher basis until I ,. 'limits' if, the ,county give*.,4J,
..red Index discriminatory after 1 payers In' some 500.000 to "We will have lost a sound, I;have improved in the ratings 'ago had as Its 'the1 immenient, i I ireason.' .tI
mJj Temple and Bradford High education; local tax payers solid $500.000) if the Senate :,Temple said. The superin that each child of some Secondary road' funds wUI \
(atom.Untty' Principal' Charles Francis'' next year will shell out some Education Committee in fact, tendent feels that!. where he lived in : roads.,' to: 'accrue to the county ,, fronw;: '1
.tat .aditi,' explained what.the, FPI doe saoo,0oo'on 1,a levy of,I eight uses' '! this f program to fund our 'deserved. a' status, the county state gasoline taxes over I the(
to education In Bradford .. ". 1)) The should be education, BUS 'I "
j mills schools 'Temple 'said. public: Brown says Is in' next five years according'to.: ,
aee..aw. hNw.MUpY' .. County- the'1', governors 11']; W What Temple was trying to.. ,Bradford "educators must made aware of the manner In Charles Francis as'' to how'the- ',the following estimate::.; 7.VIK.:: '.i I
\ PNuN' ONwa.sloe I Ctr"-.>.,,,. f authorized letter to state3; 'get- acrO&. to the' governors determine a base elementary ,which the- survey was done Each county, afford to maintain $179.000; 78-77 llMMMi;: ,77-;:,;," I /'k;
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i', i Page 2 TELEGRAPH March 13.1975 :'i, '

JL : Golden Feb. 23 ___ r __.... .. ... ..--- '* ***l** Celebrate
O. S, D/xons/ Anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Dixon, I decorated with ropes of
who were celebrating their i smilax and yellow satin bows f! fYlte Jf t
golden wedding anniversary, | on the four corners. Mrs. 64-ide@1 w
,.. were honored at a receptionFeb. !1 Leonard Peek, Mrs. M. P.
23 at the home of their J j Sullivan and Miss Tina East-
son Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dixon land presided at the punch and ( taJi WJoot Socbl iy G Jitr,

3 in Hermitage, Tenn. coffee services. : : .... ... .
The table in the den was ------- -- -'" E' 'JlO .
j 1centered by a gold spiral can-
delabra arrangement of white ADK Sorority Evelyn Sinclair 1DCMakngPonsFor/ / /
Snapper.I French stock, yellow roses, wa
,' white carnations and baby's Honored At DayThe
March 18
; ;; breath. Mrs. Velma Pendarvis -
., I j' Mrs. J. P. West opened FGtt Linen ShowerMiss
', i L and displayed the many beautiful In St. AugustineMembers -1M"" W T. Weeks chapter,
',.' I I and useful gifts. Evelyn Sinclair, April UDC, met with Mrs. L. T.
During the reception Miss from 16 chaptersof bride-elect,was honored at a Crews Wednesday' afternoonof
; Pam Dixon and Miss Lisa district II, Alpha Delta luncheon and linen shower last week with Mrs. Bertha
\ Eastland served as floor hos- Kappa;: International sororityfor Saturday given by Mrs. H. H. Pearce as cohostess.Mrs. .
tesses and Miss Cathy Dixon Women Educators, met on Adams, Mrs. M. J. Sanderson G. W. Roberts, vice-
I,1.. kept.the guest book. Saturday, March 8, for? a .r.rd and Mrs.S.G. Denmark at the 'R' president, presided at the
ii'" ;. lk Mr. and Mrs. Dixon are the luncheon meeting at'the home of the latter on E. Call business meeting.
.t' I parents of Mrs. Donald Bag- Ponce de Leon Lodge in St. Street. i Plans were made for Con-
i' well and the grandparents of Augustine. Alpha Zeta of that Bridal place cards markedthe ,I federate Memorial Day to be
visa Donnie B. Bagwell and Mrs. city was hostess chapter. seating arrangement for e.wi ., held April 20' with Mrs. Elate
Friends were invited into Johnny Johnson of Starke. the twenty guests at the five S. Sanders and her committee In
the living room and introduced 125 guests enjoyed the oc. Ruth Frazier gave the devo- tables. The tables were cen- es1a : charge of the program.
to the receiving line casion. tional in the absence of Lucille rMr v5 tered with miniature arrange- Arrangements were discussedto
". I' composed of the honored Payne, district chaplain. ., ments of yellow and bronze have, the monument
;o.r.f couple Mr. and Mrs. Don Frances Kalv, chairman, pre- 3 fb pompoms, statice and yellow grounds mowed and cleaned
f E Bagwell of Starke and Mr. and Belcher-Flynn sided over the business ?( E. bows. prior to the service.
j Mrs. Ben Dixon. session. Among the guests were Mrs. Mrs. Sanders historian,
f Tough, dependable. Miss Patty Dixon invited the Wedding March 15 Many state officers were Clyde Sinclair, mother of the Debbie Faulkner spoke on Jefferson Davis and
guests into the dining room present including president Janis William honoree and Mrs. T. C. Chas- why he was chosen presidentof
r Fingertip controls. where a beautiful three tiered Miss Elizabeth Ann Belcherof Jenoise' Pratt, who reportedon tain, mother of the prospec Lyn Broome the Confederate States. She
i Instant depthadjustments. wedding cake centered the Claxton, Ga. and John progress made in the past tive groom. also discussed symbols of the
J cake table which was covered Flynn, Jr., son of Rev. and year and presented interesting Daniel McKinney Miss Sinclair was presentedwith Engagement Told Confederacy and presented
with a lace cloth over white Mrs. John Flynn of Starke, suggestions for greater a corsage and individual designs of the flags which
fAWWRi satin. The cake was decoratedwith ,will be united in marriage growth -and achievement, in Engagement Told gifts from her hostesses.BetaSigmaPh Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. were not used as well as those
yellow and white roses, Saturday, March 15 at 4 p.m. the future. Faulkner of Starke announce .used.'
All Snnrpcrnxnvcr- ,burr, green roping and topped witha in the Eastside Baptist Church Gulf states regional Grand the engagement of their
ANSI I siifvty' specifica turns.Joe's bride and groom and the VclaxtortGa.AH Vice President Sara Sova Magyari-Evans
I 50th emblem. On either Mr. and Mrs. R. E.. 'daughter, Debra, to Lyn
side of
j: the cake were triends and relatives are discussed plans for the Inter- Williams Jr. of Raiford an- Preferential Tea Broome son of Mr. and Mrs.
Saw Shop holding yellow epergnettes and. white invited to attend. national convention in Los nounce the engagement and James' M. Broome of Hampton. Engagement Told
miniature roses and baby's Angeles and brought greet- approaching marriage of their Sunday, March 16 .
224 E. Washington. breath in five branch candel- ihgs from Agnes Robertson, daughter, Janis Estelle, to The wedding will be an
abras holding yellow burning executive director. Daniel E. McKinney, son of event of Saturday, May 3, at 8 Mr.and Mrs. John Magyarl),
: 964-7580 tapers. Mrs. Donald B. Bag- The following members of Mr. and Mrs. Buford The Beta Sigma Phi sorority p.m. at the Pine Level Baptist Jr. of Starke announce the
Mr. and Mrs. T. L.
well and Miss Patsy Wrightcut Alpha Gamma local chapter, McKinney of Starke. held its annual model meeting Church with a reception engagement'and approaching
I Liberal Trade- and served the cake. Jr. and family and Johnny attended: Frances Hamilton, Monday night at the home of following ,In the .church marriage of their daughter
ins The punch and coffee table, Hobbs spent the weekend with Gladys Thomas, Willie Mae Mrs. Harold Davis in Green Fellowship Hall. Sheila, to Harry Evans, Jr.,
Free Demonstrations also covered with a lace cloth Mr. and Mrs. Paul Casey at Denton, Ruth Frazier, Eunice Miss Williams is a 1973 gra- Acres. All friends and relatives are son of Mrs. Maynard Rice of
t Hammock. duate of Union
over white satin, was Gulf Searing and Lucile Johns.. County High The seven new rushees invited (p attend. Titusville and Harry Evans
School and is
presently employed -
attending were: Mrs. Rita Sr. of Jacksonville.
l i. by Dr. Harry Gruen in Nichols, Mrs. Becky Patray. Miss Magyar! is a 1968 gra-
D 5 Holds
tarke. Mrs. Mary Milton, Mrs. CarolStephens Group duate of Bradford High

Mr. McKinney Bradford is a 1973 School gra- Mrs.Linda, Mrs.Braswell Lana and Dowdy Mrs., Misc./ ShowerFor School.The Wedding will take placeon
; Save $40 off Price duate of High
r a set Regular and DuPont.is presently employed by Nancy program Alvarez.A on. "The Romantic Bride-to-be Level April Baptist at 8 p.m.Church at the with Pine a

will be Rebellion" In painting was reception at the bridetobe'shome.
The wedding an
Mrs. Brenda Methodist Group 5 a .
presented by gave
event of Friday May 9, at 8 Slade, Mrs. Cherie Cox and surprise miscellaneousshower All friends and relatives are

I On Sale for 30 Days Only! p.m. in, Raiford the First with a Baptist"Church recep-- Mrs.paintings Connie and Best.etchings Several from of the Tuesday club night member's for one invited to attend.

at the State
tion following
all over the world were dis- daughter, Miss Evelyn Sin-
I t Farm club house. played and discussed. Mrs clair April 6 bride-elect.. ....
All friends and relatives are
invited to attend. Marie Wynn, president, pre- The meeting and showerwas
sided at the meeting. A table held at the home of Mrs.
.. with scrapbooks and awards S. G. Denmark. The Methodist Women'sSunday
P were displayed. Plans were discussed for the school class had
At the close of the meeting Spring banquet for teens to be dinner at the Yearling Res-
Dr. R. E Dopson refreshments were enjoyed.The held April 12. taurant at Cross Creek Tues-

i Preferential Tea is .....,...,.....................'birthdays day night of celebrating Mrs. F. the W.
1 s ei Chiropractic planned Sunday March 16 Mrs. F. J. Shaw returned Strickland Mrs. Rex Anderson -
from 3 to 5 at the home of
p.m. Saturday after two weeks visit
and Mrs. X. M. Smith.
Mrs. Eve Godwin on E. Call''
with the Lamar Shaw
family '
Physician! ti t-street( in: .honor of the jrushees. jj.Jacksonville Beach"A e* lilt 0!

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green
I and Mrs. Helen Genereaux
Call St. visited Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy 49 I
Rowe and family in Sanford
' 2/20.3/8 over the weekend. I ,, Bunch


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March 13. 1975 TELEGRAPH Paga _

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" Rickey SmithCelebrated BMS 8th Grade .( I Km! Dukes Junior Woman's Club Sponsoring Fair Booth For Scouts I

I 5th Talent Show n .. "Jl ) ''' ':,' \. 4th Birthday Party The Junior Woman's Club of Starke. described the I'allhlons.It.: .".
; Mrs. Marty Payne greeted Jerry Wilson was chairman of
., '' Starke met Tuesday. March 4 \
I Birthday March 4Uickcy Friday NightThe '; :r".\ '"'""''i'' '" Held Sunday with Jerry Thompson. Brad guests In front of a red and decorations:.. :Mrs. Bobby :,,- r, j
'I' 1, >:\J\\'I.joII.t. ford County Civil Defense white striped canopied; ticket Autry was: fashion coordinator ;
1 Smith I celebrated I hm ': !;\ director as guest speaker.Mr. booth Miss Judy Whitehead and Mrs. J.V ",,.
filth birthday a \party Tucs- ) HMS: mil tsrudo \\ ill \\\'J'; <" Little Kim Dukes celebratedher Thompson explainedhow invited guests to the buffet Thomas! was in charge of I he t
L day iiltcrnooii.! ; :March-i. given\ sxinsora| talent show Friday, t t'i ;' ., I td : fourth birthday Sunday the Civil Defense in Brad- table covered with red and dinner. Assisting In serving
by his mother. :Mrs. Jan/ EnV :March 14. ut 7il:: ) p m. in (the .. I : afternoon when her parents, lord County is funded and its white checked tablecloth centered was:. Mrs\ J. C. Dukes :\It.",
Smith ul thi'if homo on Blaml- K.MS Km.Tickets "" Mr.\ and Mrs. J. C. Dukes, needs. tie also described the with a mixed spring Hobert Hall. Mrs. Glen Hicks..
ing SUrLI'he"St are" .> cents:. for gave a party for Kim and nine equipment available and gave arrangement with miniature Mrs.\ Larry Crawford.: *
'tune St reel" theme adults and .> cents lor stu d 1 little guests. some energy saving tips for balloons and three red burn Pat Welch Mrs\ Joe Sapp.
was carried( nut in. the* parlyKlfi'oruliniis. .; dents. Prul'l'l'ds1111 go The circus theme was the home. ing tapers. Mrs\ Hex Hacks and :\1t'II''
I toward I ho class trip to "Six carried out in' the party Mrs. Joe Sapp served refreshments Dining tables were covered Jimmy Smith
During\ lie I parl.V hours (I"lugsn'er( (tJi'orKiu.; \ 'A door decorations with balloons in the Sunroom. also:. with red and white
eleven children injovodplaying price will l hI' avuirdod.The I !strung in the party rooms and The refreshment table was checked table cloths and centered .rra ra
Kanu-s with Sham ) public is invited t to the refreshment table centered with an arrangementof with colorful carousels Henry Block
Johnson \\ IIUlIII?a |pate. Kai'h; attend.Mrs. decorated with miniature pink roses and covered by a with a single burning taper.
child riH'cixi-d a ":.SfsanuSired carousels. The birthday cake white cloth bordered In The stage of the Woman's has 17 reasons .s,
t :Muiicl"| |' mask and 1 was topped with a clown. matching pink roses Club was centered with' a'
other party iavurs. B.HigginbothamsWillCelebrate The youngsters played striped carousel edged in why you' should
The Junior Club decided to
: .1.) :M. Vickers of Bruns-
games with prizes during the
Assisting III I Ihta booth colorlul tissue flowers and
selling sponsor a in the Bradford -
"'('iHikie. :lllnslel" eake and \\'ick '(in. St weekend guest 50th party hours. County Fair for the Girl Ranked by trees and azaleas. come to us for
nl lr) 1I1Ie! :Sirs II, II. Adam AnniversaryMr.
ice cream were Mrs. .1.I l' Scouts. They will have an egg The runwaywas bordered income tax
Dukes.: r.. Larry Craulurd.Mrs. :Nliss.l.uak'e/ Vickers of \Vushuilitim. hunt for the member s with candy striped poles
: .liilniii\ .li'iliiisnn. and /; I U, U spent tinweekend and Mrs. Buford Iligginhothum at the Maxville Civics Club in children Sunday. March 23.: at linked .with paper. chains help.
:Mi's. (Charles (illllcl.\\, !It-. uilli l Mr: and( :Mrs. John/ ( of Maxville will Maxville from 2 to :5 p.m. Local admittances to Brad- the home of Mrs, Robert Hall Twenty-three Junior Club
\UalMin celebrate their 5oth wedding given by their children.All ford County Hospital this Mrs J. W. Thomas. Inter member' children modeled Reason 16. /
We'll to
anniversary on Sunday. friends and relatives are week include: Garl Mathews national Affairs chairman lashions from local merchantsand try
!March 16. at Open House held invited to attend Harold Glasgow Don Bush. urged club members to exchange sang together "It's A, do everything we can i.
:Mr .11111111'11.: T. V' Hullo.
their favorite foreign to save
Mrs. Eleanor Rodney, Mrs. Small World. Mrs. Mona you money. '-
Si' anti : :AUibcl Denmark
Shop at Leila. NIts Homemaking Group Has Beatrice Godwin Mrs. Mary recipe with each other. Canova provided music for After all, we want your
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Plans for the upcoming
For Luke Mrs. Jimmie Teems dining and for 'children'slahions business again next
'Your Latest Easter Fashions \ Willis Thornton Ililmon Bradlord County Strawberry and song. .
& Crafts Workshop Tuesday year.DOe0f3SLOCIE
will lanuly I ( Arts Waldron Joseph Stewart Queen Pageant, an event of Thirty models gave the

The homemaking crocheting sewing and Calvin Harris, Gary Weging. March 29 were discussed. carousel a spin' as:. they
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.hold an arts and crafts work- knitting and had a display of Mrs.\ Rosa Stanley Mrs. Alma Guest for the evening was modeled fashions I'rom Eagli.DeVane's. "
4311200ACE ''shop'Tuesday.' March 4, at the an assortment of work done by Leurck and Mrs. Ella Moody Mrs. Annette Moore. Stan's Bootery. '
T.G. & V. .
ENTERPRISE home of Mrs. Jack Hall. the members. The women also Starke: Walter Stewart, Keystone Stump's Department
The women worked: on met Tuesday, March 11. at the Heights: Miss Evelyn (Carousel Spring Store. Bret & Jerry'sAthletic :.
Prater. Tyler and Mrs. Calvin Over 150 guests enjoyed a House. Leila's and
home of Lundy
and fashion the Lady Bug Shop at Lake
BUS Invitation The members regret that Proctor. Lawtey; Mrs. spaghetti supper Butler. Other merchants
PLUMBING show in carnival
Mrs. Henrietta Brown. Lake a setting
of their members.
1 Ace Road P.O Box 86RAIFORD.'FLORIDA I Due one Alvira Devoe is a patient in Geneva: Mrs. Alma Wilker- Thursday. March 6, sponsored helping the club were Pine- [} ]
hurst Food .
the unior Woman's Club of Grocery Fair.Suwannee .
by .
North Florida Regional son and Mrs. Rosie Dent"icon. r. meant f x peOPLe
32083 Raiford. Blalocks:.
STORES REWIRED I Bradford High School !Hospital.It I1tt7lit0'SeGrtittintOSt t t tOi G I.IwtIarket.\ I Dixte Motel 1 118 N.WALNUT 1
1 seniors who have ordered graduation o9aimaamoi9o a6eaeo l9a Western Auto. Badcocks and 9648286
WIRING! ALL TYPES MOBILE HOME SERVICE invitations from sytQJModlQaee Shop a For I Leila's Mrs. Lucille Kaulerson. Flowers Irom Roziers. Open 6 MOD 5.1'I
FIRE ALARMS BURGULAR ALARMS llerlf-Jones Carousel music was playedas I
are requested to Mrs. and Your Latest Easter Fashions Mrs. Dorothy Combs. Mrs.\
LIGHTNING ARRESTERS PLUMBING SERVICE pay the balance due Tuesday. Mrs Betty Crawford were at Rosie Moore Mrs. Ella Cottle, Mrs.\ Charles Goodowns
!March 18 to Mrs. Norman Merritt Island Friday to Mrs.\ Alvira DeVoe, and Mrs.
24 Hr Service Free Estimates \Uodding! at the Iron! desk in 11onda'isiting Mrs. Vivian Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Ethel Clemons visited the i

PAT DICKENS OWNER the high school office. Hurley and family.family Hardy. Mrs. Pearl Burnham. Sewing Club at St. George "QUOTE""TIME
and Mr. and Mrs. M. H Judd Ga. on Tuesday of last week.
visited Mr and Mrs. T. E.
Herndon in Valdosta Ga. over
the weekend. Joining the TI1K" : BRIWOIm
family were Mr. and Mrs. ('()l': TKI.KOK.VPII TO RUN !I. unusually well done."
Q John Stringer of Pleasant Hill Published every Thursday Post Bulletin
Ala at 138V.: (Call Street Rochester Mn. I

lk Starke Florida 32091 "Well-conceived, acted and directed." $1'

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children of Atlanta were Second Class postage 1 paid Wichita Falls, Texas
at Starke FloridSubscription :
Sunday overnight guests of
her brother-in-law and sister. effects."Realistic" and contemporary superb visual'

Dr.and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. Rates:
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I year: 13.5Ihi" months Santa Ana, Ca.
"Everything about this film carries the mark of
Outside trade area: 'i.IHI( the professional. An unforgettable film."
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"World Wide Pictures has come up with what
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J\.UI\ j ,."The audience.. was. emotionally involved."
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combine theft, public .. Big-job power. ':. : :' .1' t '\ )
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Paoa4 TELEGRAPH March 13. 1975

I Altar/ Society/ Making Plans/ For Crafts Bazaar Civitan Bike A-Thon March 23 Upcoming Check Equipment

St. Edward's Altar Society Hospital Administrator Sister serve on the Nominating Starke's Civitan Club and The Bike-A-Thon will be a Before UsingTALLAHASSEE
ride from the
I :; met in the Parish ]Hall Tues- Catherine gave informationon Committee and present a slateof (the Bradford High School Civ- Florida twenty Bank lot Meetings
,: day evening March 4, with a Pro-Life Program officers to serve In 1975- CIFBHS inettes will sponsor a Bike-A- SR-230 to Strickland parking Land-, out As signsof
\ Mrs. Michael Gilhooly presid recently established for the 1976. Thon March 23 at 2 p.m. with Thurs., MARCH 13 spring appear many fishermen .
ing. purpose of assisting women The next meeting is proceeds going to the Brad- ing and return on SR-16 to 12 NoonSanta Fe Community and campers take to
: .: Mrs. Richard Richards Alf distressed by pregnancy. This scheduled for April 1 in the ford-Union Association for bank parking lot. College Endowment Florida's' highways and the
':, tar Chairman that Emergency Pregnancy Ser- parish hall. Retarded Citizens. Those participating will Corporation Board of Florida Highway Patrol
vice may be contacted: 24 want to get as many sponsors Directors and guests; luncheon reminds drivers to give boat
Robbie Shaller and
Richard Pernini Mrs. hours a day by telephoning as possible, with the sponsor Garden Restaurant.. and camper trailers a close
: were taking 387-4646 for confidential information paying a certain amount for
DUPLICATE BRIDGE 7:30: p.m.BradfordUnion safety check summer
of altars
care March
during ; and advice.A each mile the
participantrides. Citizens
Retarded -
CLUB RESULTS Association for
'I Mrs. Bob Blakewood and Mrs. use.
communication read w 2k/your/low.! .
was (School
Rhea Johnson and Hilda Inc., USO
1 Clermont Bizier volunteered from Sister Patricia Eileen, the In the past the Citizens of Board) building. All mem- "Boat and camper'trailersthat
Dey were winning
to do this work during April. director of Liturgical Music at Duplicate Bridge Tuesday couple Mr. and Mrs. M. C Baker of Bradford County have been bers, directors, and interested have not been used for
Mrs. Bob Blakewood gave for the St. Augustine Dio- night. Liza Minesinger and T. Rhinelander, Wis. were last very receptive to these fund citizens invited to attend. several months should be
information on the forthcoming cense, in which she compli- given special attention. Safety
A. Sundem were second and Tuesday to Friday guests of raising projects, to help
Arts and Crafts Bazaar mented Father James Cre- Marie Dent and Lora Francis'were Mr. and Mrs. Houston. Mc- support individuals, as well as FRIDAY., MARCH 14 check all equipment to insure
being planned for a future gan. Choir Director Mrs. third. Clane. groups in need of financial 11:00: a.m.Public meeting safe operation" bays Patrol
date. Members were asked to Richard Coss, and Organist The Duplicate Bridge Club k assistance.This Association is with HUD representatives on Commander Colonel Eldridge
save nylons and remnants of Cindy Gissy for the inspiring meets every Tuesday night at Mr. and Mrs. One Wiggins for the betterment of citizensIn flood plain insurance Beach.
yarn dry goods and other use- musical participation she Wit- the Bradford-Union The Patrol emphasized that
7:30: p.m. in the Pratt Street visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert County with County
able materials for assembling nessed in her recent visits to Recreation Hall. Bridge Wiggins at JacksonvilleBeach who are in need of assistancesin Commissioners, realtors, the law requires trailers to
__t J toys novelties and other St. Edward's. / players are invited to attend Sunday.. this area;' and we should lending institution representatives have the following equipmentin
bazaar items. Cooperation of Father Cregan encouraged support the association in any and Zoning Board good working order: Taillights -
all age groups was requested.Mrs. I. members to attend the World Youth Rally Shop at Leila'sFor way possible, states club Pre- members attending. County and stop lights two red
Robbie Shaller invited Day of Prayer services sident Wayne Horsey. reflectors/ white license tag
members and friends to attend scheduled on March 7 at the Your Latest Easter Fashions Commissiqn meeting room. light turn signals and safety
the covered dish dinner local Christian Church. Sen. and Mrs.. Charley E Set March 20 Any would-be participant chains connected to the towing
scheduled for adults in the Mrs. Walter Ramos has Johns and son, Jerome Johns Mr. and Mrs. Charles interested in sponsoring a SUNDAY, MARCH 16 vehicle. While not required a
parish hall the evening of attended the dedication of the McQuaig and son of Way- rider, can do so by contactinga 2:30: p.m.Crystal Lake
assisted in preparing childrenfor Jack Wyrtzen, founder of Association spare tire and a jack can keep
March 16. their First Confession on new (First Baptist Church in the world-wide ministries of cross, Ga. were Sunday visi- member of the Civinettes or Civic Homesites meeting. you from having (10 leave your
of and Mrs. Mack Civitan Club. If interested call Crystal Lake
Mrs.'Victor' Ashline volun- March 8. Father Cregan Invited Alachua last Sunday >A Word of Life Fellowship, Inc.,,,, tors Mr. beach.TUESDAYMARCHIs. boat and trailer on the side of
teered to serve as cha irman of members and their feature of the dedication ceremonies will conduct a one night Youth Williams. Wayne Hersey at 473-3237 or the road if you have a flat t tire..
an Easter egg hunt for families to attend the event. was the presentationof Rally in the BUS auditorium*, Jenny Tomlinson at 964-6305, "When pulling a trailer
Mr.and Mrs. W. H. Miner of lifter 2 Monday
children of the parish after a new piano given to the p.m. through
Mrs. Ramos is also instruct- March 20 at 7:30: p.m. drivers should allow more
) opening.
Mass on Easter Sunday church in of Mr. and Akron. Ohio are guests of Mr. Friday. 2:30: p.m.Bid
ing children for the receptionof memory Together co-director Harry water room for turning changing
and Mrs. Merritt Williamsthis Blank forms will be avail- Lawtey municipal
Mrs. Lester Humphries and Mrs. A. M. Pettie, Sr. by their
Holy Eucharist. This is to Bollback Jack (tas he is able Hall.. lanes and passing.
at Bradford City
week. County Telegraph system. Lawtey
Mrs.John Samons Sen. and
reported on children Mrs.
take place on Holy Thursdayat known to young people around
(( or office at high school. 7:00: p.m.Public Hearingon
the East Coast Johns Mr. and Mrs. Marion
Deanery 7:30: p.m. It was decided to ; (the world) directs the
Mrs. George Bishop Jr. and These will be needed by parti- proposed merger City
Spring Board Meeting they Pettit and Mrs. Thelma
have a reception in the parish "Word of Life" activities that offices
children of Jacksonville cipants when gelling and County Zoning ;
attended at Jacksonville's San Williams of Alachua; Mr. and were spon-
hall following the Mass. include (the largest youth
her Mr. and sors, one copy of the form will regular City Council meeting
Jose Parish on )February 19. Mrs. A. M. Pettie Jr. Ocala; visiting parents
Mrs. Joe Gissy and Mrs. camping in the world
program Mrs. A. B. Whitehead Sunday be turned in before leaving for Starke city hall.THURSDAYMARCHJO.
At this meeting St. Vincent's and Mr. and Mrs. W J. .
(Francis Meng were named to Olivenbaum Orlando. with camps in l five continents. afternoon.Mr. the 20-mile ride and (the other
Current plans include a goal of copy will be used by the participants -

Clinton Buff was admittedto UK camps around the world. and Mrs. Elmer E. to show the sponsor 7:30: p.m.Bradford County r

the Gainesville VA Hospital Welty of Tokyo Japan are they completed all or part of Hospital Board of Trustees at -
MOBILE HOME Monday for observation and Also with him for the Tuesday to Sunday guests of (he (trip. hospital. -
treatment. evening rally will be 'the their son and family, Mr. and .
"Word of Life Singers,"' Mrs. Richard Welty. (J.a, ? qtyICR

CENTRAL Air Conditioning Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Grider currently (raveling on tour of House Health
and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth the United States andoverseas Dr.and Mrs. Heinz Stoelting Open .4Jl
Grider and daughters spent are one of the and two children of Berlin
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. freshest sounds In Gospel Germany are.visiting Dr. and Clinic Set S iturday "I was glad when they said
-- Lloyd Grider at St. Simons music today. Combining both Mrs. Wayne Whiffen for three unto me let us go Into the
Island and attended a family (ho old and the new songs weeks. The Bradford 4-H Horse months.A house of the Lord." ,Ps.
tam.H -m reunion. they have thrilled the heartsof Club is sponsoring a health regular worming 12211.
J. young and old alike. They Mr.and Mrs. Gary Alexan- clinic at 11 a.m. Saturday. program is also essential to
Shop at Leila's have been asked to perform atthe' der of Cincinnati, Ohio were March 15 at the Fairgroundsin (the health of our area horses. Worship is the pause that
rfjitjJ: : For White !House and the last Thursday visitors of Mr.. Starke. The clinic is open to This is especially importantnow refreshes the soul. Your.
Your Latest Easter Fashions Pentagon for many Christian and Mrs. A. Bx Whitehead.Mr. the public. with present feed prices life will be happier and

11 organizations and high school and Mrs. Jack Haynes e Dr. Bobby Anderson a and the cost of maintaining a more fruitful it you attend

Mrs. Newell Alderman of and college assemblies ,of Gastonia, N. C., Mrs. Gainesville veterinarian will horse. church every week. Make
conduct the clinic.. He will For more information about .
Wildwood was Wednesday to throughout (the U.S., Canada Douglas Hardy of York, S. C. church attendance every
Saturday visitor of her son-in- and overseas.All and Mrs. Sanford Ritch of conduct the"CogginsTest" on the horse health clinic or the Lord's Day a matter of
horses for $6 head and will Bradford 4-H Horse Club .
law and daughter. Dr., and Gainesville per family commitment. We
Mrs. J. E. Denmark. are invited to attend this were Monday worm horses for $5 per head. Program call 4-H Leader Invite you to worship withus.
of Mr. and
Now Prices You overnight guests
at great one night Youth Rally
This special price is offered as Billy Melson or 4-H Horse .
\ __ ______ Mrs. J. W. Ritch. Club
n ...---- a service to 4-Hers and other President Cindy Bryan.

Can Afford! l 110dOD 0008s00000DDAYCARE Mrs. Grace Sheppard of horsemen in the area.. .................. ............. ......"As for 'me and my
The Coggins test is a blood house, we will serve the
Jacksonville Mrs. Sylvia Mitchell
Woman at wilted
testof horses to determine "
CENTER 4 and Mrs; Joyce Phillipsof whether the horse has E. I. A., plant to husband: "My prize The book of Joshua
and Dick Fox of
SY Macclenny philodendron! Leroy what
or fever. Present
I FROM ARM BABIES Kansas City, Mo. were last swamp did to it?"
Florida Department of you say
of Miss "The Church With A Heart
TO SCHOOL AGE A N1 ', .. Louise Thursday Stern.guests Agriculture rules and Hunt. King Foalurn In the Heart of Starke
3 Ton regulations require that all Boss to
System 800 CONSTANT CARE- horses that shapely job appli-
Mr and Mrs. Gerald enter shows sales cant: "Your aptitude test BEN BRYANT'
Price Includes Installation:&Witng'-No' Hidden 2 BALANCED'. -. SNACKS t Norman and sons and Mrs. or are assembled at a public shows that you're apt to Pastor '
= NoTx ;' ""' NOW OPEN".- OO A.M. TO .. jTullie Norman visited Mr and place or;nl'tivity must have upset my wife"' t -" .. 'W
Charges' .'>as toP y Fo, J'i.. .- aI ,7 4:3O: 'p. .), i j 'f, Mrs. B. J. Eggers in Jacksonville -'-f. had a neRai ive-test\ "Swamp "IW" eg"! .Reed. DcgitxrlAifd' *fi bneriynalc WILLIAM'MnofMusic GEORG6\ t
s:-; Feverlhin.theprevious 12 te .ca ,
J REASONABLE RATES Sunday. ; ?. f "V / ; __

SawyerSladeGas ... Mr and Mrs. Homer
THEIR PROBLEMS Stearns visited his brother-in-
(4( law and sister Mr. and Mrs.

& Appliances Greater Baptist Bethlehem Church FreeWill "::.? Marion the Eskridge weekend.in Orlandoover Cooper'sir .

964.5136't.J. Mr.and Mrs. T. K. Stokes of
I W. Madison 964-7701 hot CHESTNUT ST. AT ASH ST. OR Jacksonville are visiting their

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 964-8866, son-in-law and daughter,' Mr.,
and Mrs. Bill Sessions, this
I week. ,L LTiFLOwE

Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Smith of '

Memphis, Tenn. were last
Wednesday guests of Mr. and _\
Mrs. F. W. Strickland.
& .
Mr and Mrs. Marc Jacksonand
: daughters were in Willis- I Landscaping Co.IN .

ton Monday visiting I

Mrs. William O'Brian, Mrs. j BUD (Many Varieties)
Robert Michler and Mrs.. I NOW

ft.family centers who Tallahassee(nesday Robert Kir.are and and staying Mrs.Thursday Bussard were W.temporarilyat last W.visitorsof Hood Wed of I I Qi; I3 eg. $3 49s EA. .

the Holiday Inn. The Hoods Dr. -,
On Huey Root Stock 5 Gal. Containers
also had as Sunday visitors
Mr. and Mrs. George Lese-

U. S. 301 GEflUtfGJEG i : eGGDflGLl( man of Jacksonville.' AZALEA LINERS 00

SHOPPING OldlnG Fla. Seaman Murry McRae of I $
CENTER Charleston S. C. is home on a 5 for ,

:Open Mon Wed 9 To 8 Thurs. ? Sat. 9 To 9 Sun i 12 To 6 weeks I leave of absence. 1 YR. OLD PLANTS

Charles Fields of Jackson-

: ville and Mr. and Mrs. Robert AZALEA ow BUD&BLOOM '
Tanner of Baldwin were Sun- $
I day visitors of Mrs J: H.,
3SJPD8Js p Fields. PLANTS ce9 $ 1 79 Aa' '

LUCITE e. \8
'Mr. and Mrs. 'J. H. D Pre i 2 4e EA. t C
Wall Paint were at Ponte Vedra Beach on
III u. ,. r\r ofDiiPbnfs .. "', .-". Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs.p. EA
:;.::: G. Mcintyre and family.,
!Mr. and Mrs. Henry 6-6-6 FERTILIZER
\; 'IIIIIII: iiiiiiiiiiriivRfFROlyING r Graddick of Dothan Ala. were
1, p GREAT (I s last Tuesday and Wednesday PLANTS 700% ORGANIC

$ 9 9Ill' visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J,1'. $ 2Q
Law'soi. e .
00( S
,SpeclaLErlce 50 Lb. BAG
PAINT Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs.J. EA.,
I\C W. Kincaid spent the weekend '
al. {i\\i\ with !Mr. and Mrs. Charles FLA. HUMUS.

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Mr. and Mrs. A.'B. White- Our Servicts Include
down head attended homecoming at
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.....il School Board Shows Interest In Catholic Property !

COVEN'SPest .... ..
purchasing STARKE An interest i ir> The property has 185 feet of and Vice-Chairman
the Art
Church Catholic:: frontage on Temple Ave., 488 Holliday, Monday night. would be a safely hazard. such as $18,000 tor a director
t Control Service Avenue,property adjacent to on Temple s: feet adjacent to BHS, 348 feet Temple was in Tallahassee -Accepted bids and turned and$7,100 for a secretary The
High School, Bradford I I on the south side, and 220 feet arguing the system's funding them over to the staff for mailer was 10' be taken up
/ Monday was indicated I I on the west side.It is assessed problem before the Senate evaluation for equipment on a again at the special Wednes-
SERVING THIS ENTIRE AREA WITH Board."I by the School I at $87,000, the board was told. Education Committee, and '$9,700 Individualized Manpower day meCtJnBMr8Santangini,
During an of Chairman Training System said ( to apply for
EFFICIENT, LOW COST think it's explanation Rodney Hall was
very desirable Attorney Shaw s monthly out of the state.In Equipment project for the vo- funding is March 14.
PEST CONTROL SERVICE property, said Board Mem statement, which listed tech center. :'-Accepted bids
ber Pat $420 other action, the school on food
been Spengler, who had for meetings over and above board: -Set a final inspection of items and some heavy equip
ROBERT BOWEN matter delegated But to look into the the$200 retainer,Shaw said he '-Okayed payment of the paving done at the driver ment for the vo-tech center
Mrs. Spengler billed the board for education west of the and turned them over for
15 YearsExperience Route 2, Box 66-C4 noted, the school workin $12.946 to Aetna Mechanical range staff
In Pest doesn't have funds board meeting with the school administrative Contractors, Inc., Jackson- middle school for 5 p.m. Wednesday evaluation
STARKE FLORIDA chase the to pur staff on discipline ville, for work completed on Action on final payment -Deferred action until
Control Service .been offered.property which has problems, the audit the heating and air condition to the contractor was Wednesday on having dead
PHONE 964-5280 Board Attorney Gene Shaw report on the vo-tech center, ing projects at Starke and deferred until after the inspection limbs cuMrom oak trees at
urged the board and the case against teacher Southside Elementary Lawtey Elementary. MainIl'nanl'e -
CALL FOR FREE INSPECTION.AND ESTIMATE TODAY consider financing members to Ruth Reynolds who was dismissed schools.A -Approved fees of $1,957 to Coordinator Ken
property,if the board the by the board. final payment of $14,795 Architect Don Morgan for Young said the limbs are a
"Don't turn it down wants it. Shaw said he has been was also approved to Aetna on work on the SS and SE heatingand possible safely hazard to students -
because you don't have just meeting quite regularly with the same projects, to be paid air conditioning projectsund should they fall.
;.v; cash money the the administration on the discipline later this week after the firm the operations center. -Agreed for two members/
said. today, Shaw problem. He Indicatedthe completes its"punch list"and -Delayed action on signinga to ml'elith the Slarke City
\ \ It was reported that school officials are seeking the board has its release of certificate of assurance for a Council to work oul a method
/J'< I I What-A-Burger fast food the methods of handling disci- lien. multi-county effort to secure for the city to be nolilied in
vice firm is also interested ser pline problems in the face of -Approved $689 for extra federal funding for a $125.000 advance when it is necessary
I in center for education the lo make electrical
the property for which new state guidelines.The fencing to separate the middle of connectionswhen
church is board voted to school from the handicapped to be located in school construction is
If pay operations
of these asking
any boys are bugging home lawn $125,000. The
your school board indicated Shaw's bill. center with its traffic in and Alachua County. No local done, Mayor Charles Schaefer/
or garden- for quick results call Robert Bowen the negotiate with church it will The board met with four out. The board declined to puta funds would be needed in (the said hurried ordering/ / of w ire
man who has the time and experience to take care of them.SflTAMfy. about the property officials members, Mrs.' Spengler, gate in the fence at the project according to Mrs. (for additional electrical workat
Arthur Gaskins,J, T. Parrish, request of Coach George Sissy Santangini, but board Slurko and Soulhside: Klenienlary -
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salaries in the proposal. more money than it should
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5 Contestents Enter Berry Pageant:

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The Junior Woman's Club of
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Starke is now accepting en Welch. 964-8721 and Mrs,
M. Jordan. Miss Jordan is a 4 tries for the 12th annual Jerry Wilson %48210.Advance .
junior at Bradford IIIgh Strawberry Pageant to be --c,. tickets for the
School and is sponsored by held March 29 at the Bradford pageant can be obtained from
Shuford's Amoco Gas Station. High School Auditorium any member of the Junior "
Miss Karen Lunn, 17, starting at 8 p.m. Entrants .tCheryl Women for$1.25 for adults and ,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. must be residents of Bradford ,75 cents for children or will be Y
William V Lunn Miss Lunn is County or attend Bradford available at the door for $1.50 y
a junior at Bradford High High School and between the adults and $1.00 for children "L
I School and is sponsored by ages of 16 and 21 by April 1, under 12.
w Starke Builders Supply. 1975. They will be judged onNancy I

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1975 Bradford County 1 y SENIOR months old and weighs ap- '
Strawberry Queen Pageantset Marilyn Chandler Robinson / r FFA NKWS nrnvimjitHy 1.01)0 pounds.
for March 29 in the The results of the Judging !
Miss Nancy Ormsbee, 17, natural beauty only, this shall
Bradford High School 'a Contests whicht'I'e held
of Mrs. Alice Solano. in
daughter be to include
I Interpreted
Auditorium. The youni? lady pictured Gainesville March I f. 1\175\ '
is at on :
Miss Ormsbee a junior 1
hair face, ,
figure personalityand
is in the Bradford I FFA I
( above
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will be
poise. Judging rE and will be showing the steerin
Miss Marilyn Chandler, 17, sponsored by Mustang Mobile made on in street ADD M TO 102 teams; Poultry team
daughter of Mr. ,and Mrs. Inc. appearance ., 1j the Bradford-Union Sleer placed 2nd out ol 4l\ tennis;
Homes clothes, sportswear, swimsuit YOUR LIST,T00. Annette Griffis
Chandler, Sr. Miss Show April. Livestock i.ird
Harry Miss Cheryl Robinson, 17, team placed (:
Chandler Is a junior at of Mrs. Voncille and evening gown. 5MOKEY! \ is the daughter of Mr. and out of 124 teams; Meals loamplaced
daughter I Deadline for entering is
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I': C1IUUC1I ACTIVITIES spent Saturday with their son- Art Green, of Hanover, Ind., By Elizabeth Terry Jeanne Carter, of Jackson- Sunday Mrs. Edith afternoon.Swinney was an C. K. Cowan, Becky,and of Jackson-granddaughter

. r: Church of God: Sunday; in-law and daughter, Mr. and were Saturday evening dinner Paul and visited with relatives and Mr.and Mrs. Wayne Harper ville.Mr.. and Mrs. Carl Normanand overnight guest of her son-in- ville, were dinner guests of
I School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Mrs. J. W. Thomas, and Jay. guests of Mr. and. Mrs. friends from Tuesday to and Timmy of Starke, were sons, and Mrs. Darlene law i and daughter, Mr. and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
.AI and YPE of Live Oak. Lock family.Mr. Saturday dinner guests of Swindell, and sons, F. Robertson. Other guests
. vices 11 a.m. p.m. and !Mrs W. E. Gault, Saturday. Mrs. Thorntoncame Norman and sons were overnight Mrs. S. L.
Wednesday' 7:30 p.m. Mrs.Harry Wilkerson spent celebrated (their 7th back with them and will their grandparents, Mr. and guests of their brother of Jacksonville, on Tuesdayand were their son-in-law and
' I week with her sister, Mrs. Jr. Carl Prevatt. Another She at daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. c
'IJ. Faith Baptist Church;: a anniversary on spend: several days with her Mrs. and sister-in-law, Mr; and Friday nights.
Laura Manning, and brothers, wedding their granddaughter Gold Ban- Beach who were their Sundayevening
WPXE guest was and
; Radio Program over sister, Mrs. Pierce Crews. Mrs. Norman Bennett and tended the Blue
., Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible of Lake Wales. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Pee Wee Michelle Lee of Jacksonville Mrs. Pat Walker, family, of Barberville. Mrs. quet with them Tuesday night. dinner guests.
School 10 a.m. Worship Services Mr. and Mrs. Peavy spent the weekend with Sunday morning. Roy Smith's father passed Mr. and Mrs. Sammy
Griffis the proud parentsof Joyce Futch visited
" are Mrs.
of Orlando were
and family On Sunday, March 2, Mr,
I 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. guests of their uncle a daughter, Carlette Lavin, her grandparents, Mr. and Gene Pearson away Friday. They attendedthe Eunice visited their grand- Miss Debbie Phillips and Mrs.
Saturday and Mrs. Eunice,
II Meeting Wednesday Mrs. Gene Pearson. funeral while there Sun- mother, Mrs. Selma
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Carl born Saturday, March 8, in a cookout party Selma Eunice in St. Vincent's
sponsored ,
'. 7:30: p.m. Bible Study. Preva tt. Baker County Hospital, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Martinof their daughter, Mrs. day afternoon. in St. Vincent's Hospital 'Hospital Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
,, Grace United Methodist: Jeff McClellan of Starke, Macclenny. South Daytona, were Sunday Linda Tatum, on her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilki- Jacksonville, Sunday after Charles Nasworthy
:r' Sunday School 9:45 a.m. was an overnight guest of his Mrs. Ivy McKinney and dinner guests of their Attending were Tom Tatum son and Mrs B. L. Wilkison, noon. and grandsons, of Whitehouse,
.. I I Worship Services 11 a.m. and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Fronis Johns of Starke, mother, Mrs. Hester Hicks, and family, her uncle and Sr.visited her granddaughter, Miss April Stephens, of were guests of her cousin
.\ I' 7:30: p.m. United Methodist Les McClellan on Saturday. Mrs. Onie Thornton of Au- and their brother-in-law and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mrs.Pee Wee Griffis,and new .Starke, was a Sunday dinner Miss Arlhurine Blanchard,
" : ; Fellowship 6:30; p.m. Choir Mr. and Mrs. Pete Randallof burndale, and Mrs. Pierce sister, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shu- Camp and family, and her daughter in Baker County guest of Miss Martha Smith. Sunday morning.
', : Practice 7:30: p.m. Wednes Michigan,and!Mr. and Mrs. Crews drove to Auburndale ford and family. brother, Don Lee, and Miss Hospital, Macclenny, on Friday night Mr and Mrs. _

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r ''f. mon Topic is "Citizenship.
I I ;.: United Methodist Women
" met at the church at 10 a.m. on
;_'I, '. Tuesday with 20 women pre.

I sent. !Mrs. George Roberts,
I Sr., president called the
meeting to order. !Mrs. Coss
gave the devotional, followed
by the business meeting, after
which the meeting adjourned.
I The next meeting will beheld
i I ; March! 18 at the home of
Mrs. !Mae Wells with !Mrs.Hermie .
Kelly as co-hostess. ,
Highland Baptist Church: "
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.
Worship Services 11 a.m. and
6 p.m. Prayer !Meeting Wednesday
7 p.m.Norlhside .
:\; Baptist Church:
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.
Worship Services 11 a.m. and
7 p.m. Prayer !Meeting Wednesday

7 p.m.

Those from Lawtey attending .
Harrell's funeral
Monday Joe in Jacksonville were COME ON OUT TO THE FANTASTIC 5pVE

Mr.: and Mrs. Hermie Kelly, w,Tti
and Kembert Carradme.

Sympathy extended I of to the Mrs.communityis Adam STARKE WINN-DIXIE AND JOIN YOUR

:\Iackie'I' husband
passed away on Friday of last NEIGHBORS IN THE CELEBRATION.WE .
week. The funeral was held in
their home town. Boston ARE HAVING A QUARTER-OF- ,
Mass.! A J
Starke. J. C. Prevail Jr., of
Gainesville, and Mr.! and Mrs.
Truman Norman were dinner

and guests Mrs.: of their Carl parents.Prevail Mr on WHY NOT COME ON IN RIGHT NOW? : D

:Monday. The occasion was' .
their father's 82nd birthday.' .
I Mr.and Mrs. Lester Walker
and family spent the weekend
\ with' their parents. Mr. and .Quantity Rights Th,F
Mrs. John Steele, of Livings. Reserved
ton. Tenn. .
Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards COPYRIGHT1975OX. .
IIf Starke. and Mrs! Fred
Moore called on !Miss Elizabeth -
last Thursday

morning.We are. proud to report that 85. WALNUT ST.
Leonard Norman returned SOUTH :
home from St. Vincent's -
: TM .
Hospital. Jacksonville, alter .
4 .. .. >
';":be'i11g' ';1 patient'\ there! for it i :' '1 t {:r' ; '' ,
days. .. i i >t'J .. STARKE FLORIDA a l i1J
J Mr.\ and Mrs. Paul Dinkins ,
and David of St. Augustine! .' ,
spent the weekend' with their
parents. Mr. and !MrsCarl:
Carter and Mrs. Mary Din-
kins. Another guest of Mrs.
Dinkins was' her son Charles ITEMS BELOW VALID THRU MARCH ]19
Uiiikms. 01 Starke. on Satur-

day.Mrs.. Irby Hightower, of St. W-D BRAND USDA GRADE "A" FRESH FROZEN
:Marys. Ga., called by for a
!short visit with Miss Arthur-
ine Blanchard on Saturday FRYING CHICKENSWHOLE FftK
enroute to Shands Hospital.
1 Gainesville to carry her husband -
o back home.
Mrs. Daisy Boch returned _
home Friday from North _
Florida Regional Hospital..
Galnt'Sville.'Ihere' she had ._... '.A./ "
been a patient since Monday .
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Anders : ;
and family and Mr. and !Mrs -- ; ; r :
(evening). J. Anders dinner were guests Wednesday of their : *?!l '

son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
-.::.. '.
and Mrs Johnny Jenkins and ..-. .
son and Mr. and Mrs. Junior LB.
Green and family, of Hilliard.
Mr. and Mrs Tommy Clayton
and son. of Jacksonville
and Mrs. J. B. Bradley and
son were Saturday dinner
guests of the Clayton's DELICIOUS MAYONNAISE MLLFT
mother, Mrs. C. H. Crews' and
Miss Shirley Dobbs of Jacksonville KRAFT
was a guest of her
grandparents, !Mr. and Mrs.!
Arlie Dobbs on Saturday
Mrs. Joyce Futch of Black-
shear. Ga., called on her
sister Miss Elizabeth Terry. '

Tuesday.We L. II. Hinote are. sorry, brother-in-law to report that of / ; / S & H GREEN STAMP DRAWING

Mrs. U. J. Phillips, is /v O.
seriously ill at his home in 32-oz. "
1Ilami.Irs.! Phillips went'
recently to be with' her sister
and Mr. iii note. JAR .
Miss Robyn Tinsler and 100,000
Scott were Saturday guests of Mph
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Harvey, of
Perry. limit 1 with $7.SO or mor purchat* excluding cigar tt*
Mrs. Les McClellan visited
her son-tn-law and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Reddish
and family of the State Farm .
Tuesday afternoon.Mr. ASTOR DELICIOUS 75,000

and Mrs. Charles Smith
and son. of Tampa were' ORANGE JUICE -
guests of their parents Mr. I
and Mrs. Milo Smith and 1 hR
family and Mrs. Pearl ; .
Starling and other relatives .
from Wednesday until Mon- 50,000
day. Their sister Mrs. Randy
Blom. and son Nathan 3W&S JS2 _,
returned home with them and >

remained until Wednesday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Truman
Norman and Mr and Mrs. O
Carl Prevatt visited their 25,000
brother Fonzo Prevail, In yy J
Bradford County Hospital.
i Saturday afternoon '
Mr.and Mrs. Harold Eunice 6oz.

visited their mother, Mrs. WILL ,BE
Selma Hospital Eunice Jacksonville in St. Vincent's, Sun- CANS .h J_,, : .

day afternoon. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore



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Community By Elizabeth Givens Walker **** *'** **** * *. * * ** * **

CHAPTER OES stories were Theresa Woody, Ebenezer Baptist Church, vices begin with Church Jasper Williams pastor. Prayer Meeting and Class
Dell Chapter 168 OES will Shirley Johnson,Sandra Blan- CHURCH NEWS Rev Leroy Davis pastor. Easter
10 a.m. Morning Easter rehearsal Monday, Meeting Bv Josephine Fontaine.
meet Thursday,March 13, at 8 kenship, and Katherine Sylvester New Bethel Baptist Church. Prayer Meeting and Bible Worship at 11. United Metho- Thursday and Friday nights. rehearsal In progress. Church
p.m. All members are askedto Theresa Woody Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Class combined Thursday dist Women meet 4 p.m. Administrative Senior Choir rehearsal Tues- School, 10 a.m. Morning SENIORCITIZENMIIONORANNIVERSARIES "
please be present for this received a certificate as first Prayer Meeting and Bible night. Church Conference Board meeting, 5 day night. Prayer Meeting Worship at 11.Church Union,3 "
Important meeting. place winner. The other students Class, Wednesday nights at Saturday night.Church School p.m., terminating services for Wednesday night. The Car p.m. Afternoon Service, 5:30.: The Hampton Senior a:.
received honorable 7:30.: Friday at 8 p.m. a will start at 9:45: ; Morning I nival will start at 4 p.m.
Club met at the city
SCHOOL NEWS mention certificates. program will be presented Worship at 11.. Youth Pleasant Grove United Saturday lasting until 9:30: or Citizens
and recreation center fora
Four students from the 8th called"Ministers on Parade." Program, 3 Communion PALM SUNDAY hall
p.m. Methodist Church. Prayer 10. Sunday is regular pastoralday. covered dish dinner, honor-
grade special class entered a Several Service, 7 p.m. Visitors Meeting Wednesday night. Church School at 9:30.: anniversaries Mr.
contest sponsored" by "Know entries submitted by first Sunday services begin with always welcome. Bible Class Thursday night. Morning Worship at 11. ing and Mrs.two Lynn Hall,who: have
Your World, a weekly news- place students from all Mt Morlah and Pleasant The Masonic Family will
over Church School, 10 a.m. BTU,5 Sunday services begin with Dinner will be served at 1 p.m. been married 50. this
paper for school age students.A the country will appear In the p.m. Remember the sick and Grove United Methodist Church School, 10 a.m. Evening Worship, 6 p.m. observe Palm Sunday on month, and Mr. years and Mrs.
story without an ending April 30 Issue of Know Your shut-I os. Mrs.' Emma Crum Parish Rev. Willie Stitt Morning Worship at 11. Greater Allen Chapel AME March 23 at 1 p.m. at New Bateman, who are
appeared in the February World. We hope that entered Shands Teaching pastor.. Mt. Moriah services Communion Service, 4 p.m. Church Rev. R. G. Heastie Hope Baptist Church on Fayne their .
eighth an- '
issue and entrant were to Theresa's will be one of those Hospital for surgery last began with Ushers meeting Visitors always welcome. pastor.Weekly services began Lawtey Road. All members of celebrating
write and submit endings.The chosen. Mrs.Ann Clayton was'' Sunday.She would appreciate' Wednesday, 6 p.m. and Choir Greater Bethlehem with Official Board meeting the Masonic Family invited to niversary. five birthdays in ,
four students. who submitted the teacher. Get Well cards and prayers. Rehearsal,7 p.m. Sunday ser- Freewill Baptist Church Rev. Monday night. Tuesday night participate. the There Hampton were Club and one I(

'. visitor also had a birthday. '.
Songs were sung, c'irds ex
changed and best wishes
extended to all.
There were 54 people pre-
sent with visitors from Jack
W-D BRAND PORK WHOLE SAVE sonville, Starke, Keystone
SHOULDER ITh Heights, Green Cove Springs,
Waldo, Crescent City, Tifton,
Ga., Carson,Calif.,and Olean, ;
N. Y.
The dinner was delicious
Reserve his with the main dishes being
SMOKED turkey and ham, with a
WINN DIXIE STORES. INC. variety of vegetables, salads,
COPYRIGHT-1975 __/' desserts, and drinks. The
tables were decorated with
yellow roses and yellow car-
nations and cup cakes, with

OLD $ I candles tiny the bride and anniversaries and umbrellas groom figuresfor for and the

PICNICS I MIIWAUKEI j birthdays. Napkins with smil-
BEER ing more faces everyone.brought a smile to

LB. PLUS DEPOSIT l Three club presidents, Paul
tiF Krieger (Hampton), Joe
6 A CQ QC BEEF PEO Kerrigan (Starke), and
:, Emery Batman (Green Cove
PRICES GOOD THURS. MARCH 13 THRU WED. MARCH 19 BTLS V Springs) gave short talks and
VI told a few jokes.Following .
dinner, a numberof
were played and

GROUND BEEF RIB ROAST BAKING HENS notified unregistered that registrationbooks NOTICEAll voters are

will close on April 18 at 5

Ii$ ter p.m.should Anyone do so wanting by that to time regis at
WHINYOU !$ 49 the office of Supervisor of
Elections Neva Flynn in the
BUY A 3-lB.
r 1010 Bradford County Courthouse.
3-LB.. Oft 10-LB.

OVEN ginhe'at. Fred NEW Phillips OFFICERS was elected

LB. LB. Fire Chief at the March 10
LB. READY meeting of the Hampton

Volunteer Fire Department.
Arthur Bruno is assistant
chief, and Fran Meng secre

SLICED BACON CHUCK ROASTWD STEAK coming tary.The new along Fire fine. The House roof is is

on Thursday.and the floor Plumbing will be poured was

roughed in earlier this week.A .
vote of appreciation was

$ 09. I unanimously Sylvester Smith approved, who has'put for t
a lot of time and effort for the

78. 88W Fire Department.The next meeting. will be

1-LB. held. on Monday, April 7, at 8p.m.
L; r- i&lcJ

D BRAND W D TASTY BEEFPatties MAXWELL HOUSE limit I /57.50 or mo,. purchos. ..cl!. cig; KRAFT FRENCH

Franks -. . 13'PKG..:. 69C . 3QUARTER PKG.IB $199] Coffee . . LAO88C .Dressing . '"BTL". 88INSTANT

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Ham .5.'1200.. $1"1 Smoked Ham LB. $109] Ketchup . :3B.OTTLES $1 1 00 Coffee . .. '100.JAR *1 1W 189


Stew Meat . L.W .. 98C Ham IB. $249 & Beans 4 CANS' $1 Frostings . ''is: 93C


Short Ribs . LI.68c Ham Patties Us$169 Chicken . tt 99C Sausage. . 3 CSA NS' $1 1 1W loo


Roast . . $119 Fried Chicken PKG.2-LB. $219 Weenee . 3 CANS 1-0'. $100 & '160.JAR 99CALL Mr.and Mrs. Lynn Hall will
welcome all their friends on
Sunday, March 16, at Hampton -
City Hall and Recreation
VEGETABLE SHORTENING U.S. No. 1 VENT VUEPOTATOES Center to celebrate their 50th

open wedding house, anniversary from 2 to 6 with p.m.
CRISCO I LE SUEGPEAS I. Our best wishes to them with

.the togetherness.hope for many more yearsof

Please phone your news
58 items to me at 468-1156, or
leave them at the Hampton
/ General Store, or mail to Box
(Q 160 Hampton. Thank you.
10 I
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Limit 1 with $7.SO or mara purchoi. .mluding ciflor tt... Sergeant Kelly
Headed to NY City ,
----------------- SAN ANTONIO Staff \
Larry F, Kelly, son
i of Mr. and Mrs. R.E.Jones of
I' \ Rt. 1, Starke.,. has graduated .
SAVE 1OCPltlSBURY PERCiilSH DINNER from the school U. :>. Air at Force Lackland recruiter -

AFB Tex.Sergeant. .
I I Kelly will be an
official Air Force recruiter at
FLOURS I Bronx, N. Y. He was selectedfor
$ I : the special school and recruiting -
duty as a volunteer
I I with an outstanding military
3 F1J0 lB JTCOUPON WITH 2$1 record. .
1LB. i BAG COUPON The sergeant was trained in
PKGS. Ii 11 areas of study, includingthe
I Air Force job classification -
'<' (QTRS.) I. GOOD AT WINN.DIXIE THRU MARCH 19 I system and community, testing procedures relations --
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to broaden his qualifications .
in presenting Air Force '

Bread DIXIE DARLING FAMILY. . 3 LUAVl3 $100nlons ASfOR . .. 3 BAG LI. ,39 chicken. ,. 4 PKGS.3' $1 00 HAN Dog Food .. ,< 5 CANS 15" $1 100_ ,men Sergeant and. of women.Kelly Bradford Is a 1970. High graduate -

Ro"lir.r.ll : S". 45 Juice 3 3s-$109 1 FOX DE LUXE HA IUIU.. CHEESI OR 3 B51' 1 00 ,School. His wife Donna, is the
FlakY Orange ; Sausage Pizza st 69c.if.S2.VVrcip! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. \

Strawberries' ,. 3 "PINTS $119 Entrees -'. '.' :. *. 2 '.v 99C Fruit HAWAIIAN Punch- t.". 59 Ga t orade. . 3 .?'v. $1 1 toryville Pa. .'II'J""I.
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven I

1 I Lake Weir Drops

'_ Page 10 TELEGRAPH March II, 1975 .


1, .,a:"': Girls Tennis Team Tigers From State


Wins Two,. Loses One ; Playoff Dreams

was real pleased with the 0, Lynn Pierce 8-4, Ruth
- ,,' team over Gainesville, but we Hazen 8-2, and Pam Tucker 8-
week not really play that well," 1. Doubles wins were Jockel Union High cagers fell Lake Butter" closed the gap to the rest of the quarter which
Yonge Head Tennis Coach and Mitchell 8-4 and Pierce behind in the first quarter anda H-6 then the Hurricanes hit ended 7141.
High 4-3 mark."I Howard. "It was" close and Hazen 82. classy LakeWeir, team kept five straight points to leap in the lourlh quarter the
Forest the match "Jockel played a very fine .adding to the lead to beat the' ahead 13.6.Alter Tigers! looked better and
Now in the singles match against PKY," says Tigers 99-63 in the semi-finals that !short hurricane began to get a little
3 PKY were Jennifer Coach Howard "They had of the Class AA state playofflast .scoring'spree, I he Tigers put it organisation.. but the
overall 8-6. Debbie Mitchell 8- many fine rallies and Jockel Friday at the Jacksonville. together to tie Lake Weir lor hurricanes momentum and
.... played her finest match of the Coliseum .the only' lime in the game lame but'k'UD crowd
.-.J; t'_ --;-:_ season." "I think this group of kids Stoulamire hit a 20 looter "We', had a !great overall
Singles winners against were outstanding and they followed hy a loul !shot by team el toil The players
GHS were Mitchell 8-5, Hazen have come a long way," ,says Boyzie PetTY to move up 1 1:1-11: wanted to win and made up
8.5and Dannette Rodrigue 8-0 Head Tiger Coach Jimmy Then Brooks hit two straight their minds to win." commented -
Pierce lost her match 0-8 and Thomas of the Union team. baskets, one from 20 feet out ThomasSCOREBYQUARTERS:"
bra Nancy Ormsbee lost 28. This was the first time in the and the other a lay up to lie the
Pierce and Mitchell lost in history of Union High School U-Hwith: 2:31 left in the
game : LB 17 10 14 22-(li;:I
doubles 6-8 while Hazen and that the basketball team has lirst -quarter Alter that the LW 21 25 25 28--tt
Samons won 86. won region and gone to state. Tigers only once !got within
BUS lost four of the five singles Two weeks ago the Tigers I live points of the Hurricane's Union Perry 2.l-5.White 2-.
matches against Ocala brat out Bunnell 68-61 to win The height and the down 11-4 Banks 4-0-8. Brooks:: 2-10.).
Forest. Jockel was the only the Hegion 2 championship.. court action by Luke Weir'\ was Maxwell. 1I-0-21i: Stoutamire :I-IAlbi
singles winner with an 8-5 vic- The Hurricanes used a just loo much for the Tigers! to (II-Ii.) (! .itton 0-2-2, Grilfin 102. -
tory The losses were Mitchell towering front line of 6'9 Jeff handle and the gamed Totals :::12-5-:1.<;:
0-8, Hazen 7-9 Pierce 2-8 and R' tjams 6'5 Louis Faison, and remained HUHHICANK.: : : Lake \\'eir Johnson 8-4-20.
Tucker 1-8. Jockel and Mite J Rosco Yonge to control the By the end of the first Kaison 100-20.( Ad.ims 140-211.
chell won doubles 8-5 while I boards 41.22. In the second quarter Lake Weir was up 21 Young M-i )Franklin ::1-(1-6.) () (
Samons and Hazen lost 18. Glover; 102. Molls\ 8016.
Joe Maxwell has trouble getting the ball around his 6'9 half Lake Weir added a 17 then at halftime had
Thursday the girls face Mathews 1-(0-2.) Nunn 102.1
opponent. shooting spree of 63 percent jumped to a 46-27 lead. The '
Ocala Vanguard at home then Totals) '4-5-911.'!)
from the floor to crush the teams stayed pretty even for
travel to Vanguard Monday Tigers victory hopes,

COMFORTo Golfers Win Two Matches The Tigers ended the year
)l biill ... with a 19-8 record while Lake
Weir just added another
R ., Bradford High golfers;won Herres was the low man statistic to the 33 straight
N lf ; two matches this week, last Tuesday against Ocala Van wins.
E -: Friday against Lake City at guard with a 38. Gaines shot a "They were just better than
!II\I\ home then Tuesday in Ocala 40 and Watts and Paterson we were, talent wise," said
R. Vanguard !shot 41's. Coach Thomas. "But very few
i "Clothes gave us individuality .' Ed Watts was the Tornadoeslow Now the BUS golfers have a people thought we were goingto
,' distinction, social polity; man with a two over par ::)-3 record so far this season amount to anything and
clothes have made men of us.'' 38 followed by Matt Herres and this Friday will travel to getting to state was something f
So said Thomas Carlyle, a with a 39. Lee Casey hit a 43 Palatka to meet with South at our players can be proud of.'
Lynn Pierce gets a good hit last Monday in the match 19th century British writer and,, and David Gaines shot a 44. 3 p.m. Joe Maxwell led the Tigersin
Ocala Forest.
philosopher. scoring with 26 points and
Safety is a family affair. also was the leader in
rebounds with four.
FLORIDA'ARRIVE Sophomore Walter Brooks
I racked up 10 points and Steve
Stoutamire hit for six points..
: ': [ AUVJE "Maxwell)) had an outstanding I-

,SUNSHINE game and had an
7er outstanding year, com-
rp mented Thomas. Maxwell has
4 averaged 16 points per game Jimmy Prevatt slips past home base against Eastside last
and has been getting an Tuesday on an error by the catcher.

wy. l MI average of 12 rebounds per Ky
f r match. Another, impressivefact

? a t rlM ar : d 't '. ftJ 1 about Maxwell'' is that, he' 9 Q tBas + 4;all, si3
hitting'ST percent"from
( s t averag me floor. ." stall: : aaiing i 4' : .,.,t

J : pl'YiwY Lake Weir jumped ahead 4-0 ,:
Have Even Week
--- in the first quarter then after a
basket by Maxwell' went

(J;aNI tI.a ahead further, 82 with 6:01: Bradlord High baseballers I heir record at J-2 !so tar this
p left in the first period. evened l out for the week with season w ith a 3-0 Big Sun Con-.
coalUl(l Two fought for baskets by two wins and two losses to putWatradio's lerence record .

t t OUR PRIORITY IS Last Friday BUS beat'Buchhol -

) n1r, PEOPLEIIThe 15th AnniversaryCelebrating 6-2 in Gainesville in one of
tv; .v task of our church is to Bradford's best games this
season according lo (Head
proclaim God's Word and
15 years of broadcasting the Baseball Coach Hat
reach people in the name of Harry
s; Jesus Christ. If you believe message of Jesus Christ over 550 KHz throughout cher <
,,rte i that the priority of the north-east Florida from our Blanding Boule- Jeff Jockel was the winning
Church should be pitcher for BUS. giving up
evangelism vard studios Park. "
kk Orange
and the Word of God only three hits. The Tornadoes

you will enjoy the First OPEN HOUSE from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, "lacked up 10 hits in the game.

Baptist Church of Starke. March 15th. Malt! Hull,Tommy Reddish

and Tommy isc led (the Tornadoes
Great Singing Free Fish Fry for friends and listeners. Live in- at the plate, all hitting-

Your Spring Planting Program Bible Loving Preaching People terviews throughout the day broadcast over air was two of real four pleased lor the with night.the"1

DR. McGEE will be present to visit with all. win."

Requires A Lot Of Planning: this Morning."He Hear our message. that Pastor winneth Sunday preach Display of an KING ORIGINAL JAMES PRINTING BIBLE OF THE cher ball"We"on commented just the Green didn't Cove Coach play game good Hat

Saturday, when Tornadoes
Souls is Wise"

AN EFFECTIVE SAVINGS 'PROGRAM Proverbs 11:30: Sunday evening 7:30: p.m. Dr. McGee will speakat .lost Green 65. Cove opened a '2_-0

"The Church With a Heart, TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH, Jacksonville lead at the end of the second
inning BUS
In The Heart of Starke" slipped
RADIO RALLY-PARK OF THE PALMSCHAPEL'Keystone' ahead 4-2 at the bottom of the
PLANNINGAny fourth inning.
7:30: p.m.
Pastor The teams were tied at the
Dr. McGee will bottom of the
speak on, seventh inning
Successful Planting Program Requires Long Range
William George when Green Cove scored the
Planning To Produce A High Yield Return Min of Music 'When Russia Comes Down, Against Israeli/' winning run.Bradford .

May We Assist You In Your Savings by one point lost!Monday another game when

(hey' traveled to Palatka
Planning To Produce The Highest 4 Ply losers."I meet South. and come away 5-4

Yield Possible. 1 am hoping that we will be
"r 'Paly..t.r140r15' able to change this one point
Here's What You Earn losing pattern," says Coach

Annual Annual Minimum Minimum Type of, PS jumped ahead 4.1 at the
Yield Rate Ten Investment AccouM lop of the fourth inning then
A BHS tied it up 4-4 in the bottomof
the inning. In the fifth inning
F-78' $2821' -
7,79% 7.50% 1:10Yrs. 'f Ocx.J Certificate PS
got a home run that
I' 7.79% 7.50% 4Yrs. UKO Certificate won the game.

698% 6.750; 2'12 Yr. iboO; Certificate The. Friendly, Savings Center B-78't $2919 Reddish was the top hitter,
6.72% 6.50% 1 Year 1.000 Certificate getting two of three followed
Othvr Sizvm Available
592% 5.75% gO Days 1,000 Certificate H-18" $30"Car by Hull with two of four
5.39% 5.25% NONE' 'NONE' Passbook
Truck Tractor "I was pleased that we
When earnings are left to compound daily for one Ask About Our- Conventional came back like we did but I
year was not pleased about losing"
Glaaa BeltedPolyeater Steel, Belted
Mortgage Loans: There Is a substantial Interest penalty on Certificate Radial Jockel was also the winning
4 Z
Plana In cite of early withdrawal. ,pitcher in the Eastside game,
Home'Commercial .14or15's giving up four hits.
be withdrawn without 14or15's "
All rates and plans are subject: to Eastside jumped ahead 2-0

notice, Improvement & F-78's $32"G78's GR-78's $$45": in the first inning then BHS
look control of the game and
Construction $33M HR-78't; s48oN18's went on to take the 12.2 win.
Guaranty A Reddish hit two of three in the
Starke; Florida '35" JR78'tPRICE '4941 game and Hull got two of four
Federal Tommy Wise hit one of three

tailM LENDER HOUSING 395 W. Madison l INCLINES ALL TAXES AND MOUNTINGThomas and two.Jimmy Prevatt got- one of

y NORTH STREETJ773.W: :3501 ,I 'Eastside. I was our) thirdconference
r _. W. UNIVERSITY AVENUE .373.8482,3300 S.W, AKCHEF Oil Company have victory and 'we
gotten off to
a good
i ROAD 372-0431 .
ESLLC start says Hatcher. _
9645oOOt' "": SYLVAN WAY St.Starke Th'A Saturday BHS face*
:____ 473-412 '. 'f Oak at home, starting at
Fla. J I p.m.jhen Tuesday hoots

Leesburg at,4 .p.m."., Y .



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MEN'S SOFTBALL at the Pratt Street Center or ul I
MeetBradford Teams UAGUIS"T the lU'trcal 011 ice In the
The 1975 Men's Softball Old Armory, H(' islratiol\ \\ill
Leagues all set with six close (o'riduy.1url'h! 21 I\
High thinclads Beat Baker teams Intel? ing the March -12 \
placed third out'of three deadline.
schools last Tuesday In Starke Defending Champions
when the Tornadoes hosted TuesdayBoth Cunningham along with last DRIVE-II'I
North Marion and Palatka I year teams, First Baptist,
South. First Methodist, Hippies (Old
Palatka took the meet with the boys and girls Smith-Brown), will welcome 301 S. Starke
90'/..I points while North tennis teams from Union High newcomers to the league,
Marion was In second with School beat visiting Mac- Dodd's Sunoco and Pine Air's
77'/..I points. BHS brought up clenny Tuesday afternoon to Green Machine. FRI & SAT
the rear with 23 points. put the boys at 2-2 and the Last year's runner-up,
"We had a lot of new people girls at 2-1 so far this season. Brooker failed to enter u
running in a lot of new spots,'" team, as well' as'.Law ley
says Head Track Coach "I was real glad that both 01 Skating Rink.
Grover Howard.BHS suffered our teams won" said Head
some injuries last Saturday in Tennis Coach Frank Yanassy.. DIXIE YOUTH BASEBALLThe
the Palatka South Invitationaland I II Recreation Depart. iR, AMaroMepIca.. .....,
some spots had to be In the girls singles Union ment's Dixie Youth Baseball In Cato
filled. won three of the five. Winnersin Program mill get underway.
"We have an off week singles were-Lisa Mon- Friday March 14, 1975. 3:30p
coming up and we are going to i M' 'c nyham 8-6, Barbara Cain 8.1 ,m. at the Pratt Street (Field PLUSWELCOME
try and get the injuries ) A and Sylvia Acosts 8-2 Nan Registration is still open TO SCENIC
together and do some practicing Walker lost 8-5 and Marien and forms may be picked up
," says Coach Howard. I t Womsley lost 8-6. ATOKA' COUNTYIt's
Listed are the BHS placings l' a great place to live
with the runners and times rand In doubles. Walker and Cal ... THEY let you.

distances: ........... OL'_' ... ......... ,;. .- --1 ,,1e14'Ai J .irL.... rib |I lost 8-0 while Womsley and FLORIDATHEATRE

feet Long Jump 1)Baker) 21'3 Team l leaders for the third six weeks at the Bradford Second row: Leon Dicandio Tim Cissy, Gerald Sellers Monnyham won 81. i

High Jump 1)) Baker S'll Middle School Physical Education Department are (l-rt) Joseph Herres, John Sasser Third row: Scott Hull James The boys won all but one in ?
feet; 4)) Lennon 5'6 feet., First Row James Bryant, John Powell, and Tiger Jones; Faulkner Todd Hicks Glenn Gnann, Gerald Baldwin. the singles.The winners were-

Pole Vault-3)) Kirchame 10 Chris Lawson 8.4, Craig I

feet.feet.Shot Put 2)) Berry. 42'/i Union Nine Beats ,Williston, Loses To PKY and FB 85.Billy Ginstrom Lawson Cain 8-2 8-2.and and Billy Ginstrom Jose Cain Acosta won 8-2, Fri Sat & Sun I

120 High Hurdles 3)) Bell, After losing two close ones account of errors. ficed to third by Fred Clemons ,double and RBI. doubles 8-2 and Cain and '. ".."; ... l
to P. ; All the I
16.5 seconds K. Yonge 5-4 and Fer- In the third inning Chris and Jerry White down Friday the Tigers travel to Crawford won 8-4 rFun i
100 Yard Dash 3) Hodge,' nandina Beach 3-2 Union Lawson reached base on an perfect squeeze bunt to score Newberry then Saturday host and Splendorof A Paramount Release.
10.5 seconds High baseballers put togethera error by the third baseman the tying run. Baker County Tuesday Union Thursday both teams the II RICHARD
4-3 win over Wilhston Tues- travels Chiefland.
then Danny Hazen got'an in-
Mile Run 2)) Paterson With one out in the seventh played Newberry. BURTON
4:45.2: minutes. day.The win field hit that was dropped by inning, Hazen walked then land oFOz MLEE
Tuesday the
the second baseman and
Intermediate Hurdles 4)) stole second. Whitehead Ilia
Tigers at an even 3-3 mark Union had runners on first and "
Bell 43.0 seconds. while 1-0 in the Suwannee Con base on an error then
Milton Baker was the high ference. Hazen advanced to third and A4 Feature
| point man tot BHS with his After that Tim Whitehead Whitehead to second. After
I two first places. This was the Billy Cain for was the winning singled to lead the basses and that, Griffis hit a line drive to e,,, Sun & Mon
pitcher the t- 4S
Tigers, givingup 4
Dewitt Griffis 44Yt Y ,
singled to
i first week that Baker has score third to score the
run. winning run. ,,, .
only two hits and strikingout Ti.a
two runs and make it 32.
Monday before the Tuesday Griffis was the leading hit- ; 4
meet was the first time that seven Union scored again in the ter for the Tigers, getting two UNSTOPPABLE!
Baker had ever jumped in the lead Williston in the second jumped to a Two 3-0 sixth inning when Bill Cain led of four including three RBI's.Last ., f
high with a single then stole
BH jump have another of the runs were scored on second. He was then sacri Thursday against p, K. E SHANGHAIKILLERS"
the scored three
Yonge Tigers
meet next Tuesday when '
the Tornadoes travel to Ocala I runs in the fourth inning. QJ> I
Tim Whitehead led off witha
Vanguard to meet with LLLt
Eastside and Buchholz. walk then stole second.Then Journey TIIUU Salsa YOU TO IITSILBL
Bill Hemme singled to drive in '
.. ,j
6 ;:: :
Whitehead. Jim Mobley then Back '-.' .
I doubled to drive in Hemme
and after that Gery Dukes
singled to drive in Mobley.In to .Zt 4 THEATRIE IMPRINT

the seventh inning ._
by Neil Crawford Mobley reached first on error
then stole second and Dukes PLUS
singled to drive him in for the PLUS
Bradford Bassmasters will weather cooperates. The wind
have their next meeting could be a big factor because run.PKY scored two runs in the The Daring Tarzana
March 18th at the Bradford it gets rough awfully I quick
County Civil Defense building. after the wind picks up. first runs inning in the then fifth hit to for take three the r Freddie Bell I is en route to the finish line In the 120 high Doberman's The Wild Girl
We will hold I understand
our meeting at Earl has a new hurdles.

this location until further fish stringer. This time he Tigers.Hemme and Dukes were the* ..............................
notified. We certainly ap bought a five foot,,log chain
leading hitters getting two Of Whycan't the airline industry
preciate the use of this from Dale Johns at. Starke RBI's in understand that 7ORTHO'V
Dukes two
pfcuilduDg to those*who and made,we give is ;possible thanks Builders Tickets Supply for ?;, '' t I three.the rgam got-v people simply.want an p n) BUY THIS WEEK:AND,:SAVE
the May 20 ;T
Union lost .In. reach in five
Saturday airport they can
for to LIQUID:
us meet in this
building. will '
drawing sale in
go a
another squeaker minutes to board a planethatwon't
It is tOyFer-: 6
most important for few Garden
each member days. Check with any nandina Beach 3-2. The fly over anybody'shouse -Q-6 Fertilizer .
to attend
our Bassmaster. Prizes will be on Pirates scored on the first! ? PLANT
next meeting. We have some display at Starke Builders .
important business to discuss Supply. pitch of the game -Bill Vaughan In Kansai City ".." 100% Organic
f'4 so plan to be present. Cain'was the leading hitter Man holding phone, to With $477 FOODS ORTNO
wife "It's who Minors
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Our March tournament will with a perfect three of three believes in free He'scalling 50 Lb. Bag amloaro
r be at Rodman Reservoir The First Baptist Brother- and one RBI followed by collect."speech. MIX
March 29. Launch time will be hood had a fishing trip and Whitehead with three of four. _
at 7 a.m.and will end at 7 p.m. cookout March 1 on Santa Fe Hazen hit one of three a Syndicate-Morrl.Brlckm,Washington Stir Bushes OR
The launch will be at the Lake at George Pierce's ._------- --- --'- ..... "I Rose $349.
campground site on the east place. I I t t MATCH
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I understand the bass have Russell and Bill McRae all ,
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Pagen TELEGRAPH March 13, 1975

12 it Ready or Not, Here Comes Bicentennial -...,.' .1,

.. ,.

Ready or not, here comes preparation, is now right on establishing the American more than just the explosionof Bicentennial-not just places,' ,,, JJ 7 t
the Bicentennial! our doorstep. Revolution Bicentennial a giant firecracker, or the but more Importantly, the C
Commission, and plans were blaze of a skyrocket that lightsthe people who, with their diverse H
t' / An event which once Almost nine years ago-on announced for America's sky for a few seconds and cultural contributions makeup
seemed far with plenty 1966 to be exact the then fizzles out in darkness
away July 4. 200th birthday celebration. America. Read and reflect
I of time for advance U.S. Congress passed a law leaving nothing behind to upon our Constitution. That I
[ Various state legislatures remind us, "This Is what we magnificent document is our

_____ followed suit by starting their accomplished for our county, political mortar and has 6 I
00 own commissions to coor- state, and nation during the retained its resilience and z'k -L
( dinate plans for Bicentennial Bicentennial year." vigor throughout 200 years.
observance at the state level,
,ff I and on July 4, 1970, the The National American These last two recom-
Bicentennial Commission of Revolution Bicentennial mendations are in line with an
Florida was established by the Commission has stressed that editorial printed in last week's
Florida Legislature. With the central theme in i Telegraph urging everyone,
4 each one of Florida's 67 preparations should be "a as a simple Bicentennial
counties now organized, better quality of life for allAmericans"and 'observance, to read and reread -
Florida is said to be amongthe that shouldbe I the Declaration of In-
foremost states in the our goal in the forthcoming dependence and then sign it

Nation in preparation for the Bicentennial. year. symbolically with their name,

') Bicentennial.But What our founding fathers just as did John Hancock,

foresaw in that time of Benjamin Franklin Thomas
organization at the stateor
Jefferson, and all the others.
Revolution was a nation of l
even the county level won't at
get the job done unless the free people,enjoying all of the The Bradford County Action rtrf
Bicentennial spirit seeps downto rights to which free people are '76 Bicentennial Committeehas Ii
the individual level, and entitled. The moment we been organized for several } o } ;

QLJDUJTIONQ each of us determines to cease building freedom months with a membership
I"f become involved in this great through a.better quality of that Includes representationfrom
f movement life, we begin to turn our every section of the
I"t backs on what the signers county. County Judge Elzie

t .- President Ford as well as the' Declaration of In' Sanders is chairman, and
? Governor Askew, and other dependence risked their lives, committees have been set up
top state and federal officials to Rive, us. for various projects, including
1 g.1g70 have strongly urged that our the following: Twin Calves Make Bow
r nation's 200th birthday be The Bicentennial Com:=
mission has established three -The Junior Woman's Clubis
r themes, so broad in scope that planning to reconstruct the Rusty and Dusty,twin calves born ten days ago to>>Mr.and Mrs. Henry Williams'
they provide each of us the old band stand that once stoodIn Brahma-Holiteln seem unconcerned as suspicious mama eyes Intruding photo-
opportunity of being a part of the city park on Church grapher who stayed on the safe side of barbed wire fence while shooting this pastorallce..e. -
: etHTOTCiALOwners Ie .....................
.................. this continuing revolution for Street, and was the site of Brahmas are camera shy and easily excited by anything so unusual as
freedom. Through them we many gala 4th of July a picture-taking session especially when twin calves are Involved.
r can sign and reaffirm our celebrations in the early daysof
faith in our own Declaration of Starke. County Agent Bobby Taylor doesn't wish to be quoted, but "thinks" that twin
Independence. These three calves occur In about one out of 300,000 births-give or take 100,000. At any rate,
themes, representing the past, -The City of Lawtey is they're unusual enough to warrant having their picture struck.
Versus DoersRepublican the present, and the future in planning to construct a
Bicentennial activity, are:. wayside park for tourists and The proud father,a registered Charolalse' ,was not present for family photo.County .
local residents on property in

\ 1)) Heritage '76-a historical front of their city hall.

Republican leaders across the nation ; organizations. Once again summons is that has to made learn j just our what nation it -A committee is workingon '

sniff the sour smell of defeat and admit the conservative element won out, and the greatest on earth. Un- plans for reconditioningone '' Apia' By
that the months will control '' it the most Americans of the buildings at the old
party, only eighteen as always has. party fortunately, "E: BobbyTaylor
RJE school for
before 1976 elections, is faced with an mechanism.In heritage know very little beyond about their the community center use and as as a Notebook! ; t

r apparently insoluable dilemma. .elementary facts remembered -' offices for various agencies "

addition to GOP chaos caused by from childhood experience working with young people __ _
Against the background of reports this split in party personality and philosophy or from a high school and low income adults.An .

showing that only eighteen per cent of the Democrats will-have other history book. Heritage 76 will attempt is being madeto Nice outdoors weather is a this week looking and talking help the total economy; of our 1
American voters now claim allegiance to factors, notably the economic and stimulate the learning of new obtain the traveling Florida welcomed change for those about strawberries and county.

the Republican Party, top GOP leaders energy crises, ''going for them in 1976. truths national about historical local, state events and Bicentennial exhibit to be i who were anxious to get out clover. I hated to tell him Seems like I have I men 1.
shown at the 1976 Bradford and get their spring crops into about 30 acres of commercial
met in Washington to try and determine implanting pride in the the soil. The middle of MarchIs strawberries this year. tioned the cattle situation in :.
I what the party could and should do to President Ford is more concerned development and County Fair. usually a good target date However I was gald to show this column just about every

win back voters. As might be expected now over inflation than he is unemployment. achievements of our country -The major Bicentennial for planting most seeds in the him the berries being grown week. One of the reasons was

there was a wide chism between die As he puts it, unemployment is a"temporary" in its first 200 years project here, and the first to garden.Of by Buddy Norman, Morris to try to call ,attention to

hard conservatives who opt for the problem for eight or nine Carter; and Loyd Griffis. certain management prac-,
that could
tices possibly save
course, some commercial Their berries this year look
Ronald Reagan thesis that the party per cent of American workers, while in- vegetable growerslike better than any crop I have the cattlemen a dollar or two.

must stand for its old-time conservative flation"is the universal enemy of 100 per to get an earlier start than seen since I've been in I *,
philosophy or stand for nothing at all-- cent of the people." All of which may be i the March dates because I Bradford County One of these practices "I1

and the more liberal leanings of the Pre- true, but the President apparently is not sometimes prices for higher.early 1 produce have seen is The strawberry plants have encouraged cattlemen to last consider fall growing was Tor 1

sident Ford faction who would like to too concerned that the eight or nine per some cucumbers and made good growth and have a clover this winter and spring.,

ease up on their conservative stance just cent, which runs into several million In Honor 0Amnc f watermelons planted last very heavy crop of fruit from Some cattlemen have been

enough to attract some Democratic and American families, may get awfully hun- ,,'. month that so far have bloom size to ripe berries. I successful and some have not.

independent votes. : ,_ ,gry'before he succeeds, in licking infla- it 200th AnniT ,,. .. escaped late frosts and would guess that some of had good clover .

r'! ,"-ties-, >vcr-he-doe8i'ii : > .. ..,, .. freezes. these patches have the ................:..........
It's a tough spot to be in: and Republican ; m a i "< .p.- \ olJnJcpenJcnc*;. M >4 1C t>...e.._- potential to produce at least :1$

leaders are obviously squirming. ." I mentioned last week4tliat, one quart of berries per plant IJ Qat 2i
As might be expected, the president is there is some increased Interest if" they continue""to grow wayQPPiJcE
2) Festival, USA-a in in the without bad weather, or if no
in this vegetables
The Republican Party has always supported viewpoint by Republican program to en-' be approved by the local Brooker area. There is also insect or disease problemsarise. i [ i
"haves" such Alan deslfned' committee is the restorationand
as Greenspan ( E ,'
been and continues to be the party of"haves" courage renovation of the old more acreage in the Lawteyarea .
chairman of the Council of Economic Ad-
America by presenting this Green harvest
as opposed to the ranks of the year. '
courthouse Good
Bradford County strawberry productionand
visers William Simon of the various Bicentennial events active all through the Williams.Haas
; Secretary has been
;, "have-nots. None other than a staunch and celebrations of which a portion will be usedfor fair prices this year could Veterans Service Officer
that all
and James T. so winter months on many
Republican leader, Secretary of Interior Treasury; Lynn, budget citizens will be able to expand a county museum, art mean a come-back for
director. and strawberries in This 'The other day we were discussing -
center, meeting place, our area.
admits this their and
Rogers Morton and knowledge
expresses ap- the forms that are
remainder rented for
1'1' and the coupled with a need for many
the party's problem this way: There is and preciation of their country. office space. Some work has Gene Matthews and I were Individuals and families to received by veterans from the

"When I was a boy, fifty per cent of the an outspoken increasingly 3)) Horizons '76-a call for already been done on this up in the Lawtey area earlierHOME make an extra dollar could Veterans Administration to be

people (largely Republicans) lived on anxious group of critics, however .all Americans to engage in project, and an applicationhas --------. completed and returned in a
who oppose this view, and have already, individually been filed for $20,000 in given time. It is better if you
what they owned, and the other fifty projects, or
't per won at ,least one victoryPresident dividuals, could do to help state and federal funds to be NOTESFROM I complete the forms and return
cent (mostly Democrats) lived what
on Ford no longer talks about raising taxesto develop a better communitywith matched by $20,000 in local them as soon as possible, not
i they did (labor). citizens funds and in-kind services. wait and bring the forms to
f ( fight inflation) as he did last year. under working The Courthouse Trustees were YOUR EXTENSION HOME the Service Office to be com
Now he wants taxes reduced, and proposes together, a common recently successful in havingthe pleted.,
"Now, says Secretary Morton, bond, on playgrounds parks ECONOMICS AGENT
a $16 billion tax cut partly offset cleanupcampaigns old courthouse included in ,
bicycle paths, .CI lg
"Ninety-five per cent of the people live economies. The Demo- the National Register of 'By" waiting you not only
on what they do, and only ten per cent by government or anything else Historic, Sites. Published by '' BY BROWN delay the processing of the
to the KATHY
cratic Congress proposes a cut of $21 designed improve : forms ,but the forms get
live on what they own. The Republican quality of life in that com- the U.S. Department of the may
plight is that we always haveand still billion or more. munity. Horizons '76 is a Interior, it is a list of sites and misplaced or lost. If you feel
need help with the forms,
structures considered worthyof you
doappeal mainly to those who live on means by which all of us can in nation. Remember, after water, do not hesitate to bring them
Walter W. Heller former chairman of life to dreams of
give our a
what they own. MEET TODAY and possibly fat, protein is the into the Service Office in the
the Council of Economic Advisers advocates better.America, Obviously, there Ii a role in most plentiful substance in the courthouse.The .

It doesn't take the brains of Mr. Mor- a $20-$25 million tax cut with an ,_ In a recent issue of US. the Bicentennial for everyone, The Starke Extension body. Ad-
increase in the from Cub Scouts to Senior Homemakers Club will hold Veterans
Federal Reserve Board'smonetary News and World Report:
ton to figure out how those who live ministration is the
by limiting
Citizens and civic its March Meeting today Fats are plentiful-in butter
from 24 ,
replies were printed every
to to ten :
supply eight
what they DO are going to vote in 1976. an per outstanding Americans who group in the county,as well as March 13, at 10 a.m. in the maragine, shortening, saladoils processing steps that have,
Some of them made the mistake of vot- cent rate (strongly opposed by Dr. were asked what we, as individuals every school and church, Agriculture Building in cream, most cheeses, Been the cause of untimely

ing for Nixon in 1972, and now, to their Burns). According to HeUer's beliefs. could do to help should want to have a part in Starke. mayonnaise, salad dressing, interruption of education

great discomfort, they are DOING Mr. Ford's proposed program could. lead observe the Bicentennial and this great event-the only one All Interested homemakersare nuts and bacon. assistance allowance pay ible
"to a second recession." make it a lasting thing rather of its kind for the next 100 Invited to attend. ments to Veterans enrolled
I than a one-time celebration. yearn Did you know that even persons are
Here are some of the answers: Topiti for the program is meat can be up to 80 percent the entire course until graduation
President Ford, in spite of his feeble Mr. Ford has said that the Republican Individuals are urged not to "Fabric Selection" with in- water? Soup is also a water or completion provided
to Party must reach out into the ranks of John D. Rockefeller III, wait to be called upon, but to formation about what to look source for the body, as are that training be half-time or
attempts project an image acceptableto Democrats and independents if it is to financier and philantropist( : volunteer their services now for and consider when you many fruits and vegetables. greater. An earlier termin-
the working man, fails utterly to come remain a force in American poll- Much more is involved in the by contacting the president of purchase fabric to make a Calcium is required for ation date of educational
through as a man sufficiently concerned Bicentennial than a national their civic club, church, or' garment .Plan to attend. blood to clot and for the heartto assistance allowance will be
about the so-called man-in-the-street. As tics. But how can it do this interested birthday party. The key to its school, or any officer of,the function normally.' It's established by the Veterans
noted by one editorial writer "When he policies that run counter to depth and meaning is In- Bicentennial Committee. ,FOOD CUPS found in milk, dark green Administration if the students
the very elements it seeks to woo? It is dividual initiative. When the' Various topics are discussedin leafy vegetables, salmon, and entitlement or deliminatlng
is on the road, he prefers to hobnob with what else this column each week. This the
untenable nation founded It' If you don't know even sardines. date does not extend, to
was ,
and the
an '
position, Republican
the business elite on the golf course 13 to move to do-In the words of Joanne week I'm including a numberof time of completion. -
rather than spend time communicatingwith Party is stuck with it. from the Declaration years of Independence Woodward"Just pick out tidbits of information Chicken and turkey are
something AND DO IT!" related to food preparationand excellent For those attending college
sources of high
workers, blacks, senior citizens and to the Constitution ,
Arthur. M. Okun former chairman of nutrition. I hope you will quality protein. They ,also level programs computerbars
: -therefore, we -
.> others who are suffering most becauseof here that will that halted, payments
the Council of Economic Advisers should think of the Bicentennial 78 Building read something provide iron thIamin,
says whenan expected report was
the recession. And when he tries as be ulefulto you In ,your riboflavin and niacin.
of time ,
"The economic outlook has deteriorated as a period not timely processed have
he did, to increase the cost of food homemaking tasks. I
rather than a one-time birthday Permits Issued
been Although
faster and farther in the few
previous Most cornish
stamps, he can hardly hope to rally the party. If we can When using frozen corn-on- game hens control will be maintained,
months than chickens and
at time in roasting
any my professional the Bicentennial in should be capons
celebrate the-cob It partiallylhawedbeforecooklngso
poor around his standard. STARKE 78 Building have enough fat to brown well payments will not be artibra-
career. this more serious way, we will permits Issued during that at moderate rily stopped while verificationof
have earned the right to January and February LW15 the cob will be heated through a roasting. the student's status being
same commentator points out What else can you expect from leaders celebrate in a more festive totaled $556.190, according to by the time the corn Is cooked. temperature. determined. Instead, the stu-

that the Republican National Committee who, in the words of one of their way. figures released Monday by Holding corn after thawing or Geese are generally dent will continue to be paid.
likewise reflects this image of exclusi- own. the Bradford County Zoning cooking causes sogginess. marketed young; reason- The Regional Office will be
vity. After two days of recent meetingsit are content to sit back and "live on what Henry Fordll. chairman Board office. because weight gained after notified so veteran's- repre-
t they own"while those who "live on what Ford Motor Co.: As we approach Roasted frozen cornonthecob the first 11 weeks is mostly In sentative may determine the
came up with only a weak program to they do" are left to sweat out recession the 200th birthday of 94 permits totaling $711,515 ? It's easy. Just partially the form of fat. student's ,correct status
broaden the participation of women, our nation, everyone could: were Issued during the same"period thaw the ears first-then brush
minorities, and the elderly in state inflation,, and unemployment? pay homage to ourfounding tent year. with melted butter 'or If poultry la to be broiled or Advance payments of
fathers by at least pledging to margarine-salt and roast at roasted In pieces-split it down 'Veterans Administration edu-
vote in every local, state and County construction for all 400 degree* F (hot oven) about the back and cut into halves cational assistance or subsistence -
federal election, in every purposes reflected a decline of 20 minutes. through! the breastbone. allowance, was introduced
pRIQ' year. $155,325 from last year's pace. Cornmeal and hominy grits in 1973, on an elective
BRADFORD c<) If must cook pasta basis. Beginning with fall
1: the market usually you
now on are
<, Q -SINCE 1619- Joanne Woodward, movie' My 1slgbbori.w enriched with thiamine, ahead of mealtime keep it hot enrollment the advance pay--
mi star: The great problem in niacin, riboflavin, and iron. in a strainer over hot water. ment is a normal procedure.The .
At1rvt p4 American life today is thatpeople ,
Calcium and vitamin D also The steam will reduce advance payment will
have stopped caring ''f1 may1'be added to these ',corn sticking. continue to be the allowance
enough to for the payable for the Initial monthor
believe la.
2 j Coq 1'" things they In. Do youweal What '. Need buttermilk for :'a fraction thereof'in which
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER are orange 'Juicecryatalat'They're :
to became Involved
recipe-and none available? the term will commence: pluathe
i Publishers the Bicentennial Well, ''I made by Use homeaoured whole milk allowance for the succeeding -
Published each Thursday and entered as second das Matter at the Poet Office at Starfce. Fla. under Act think it's simple.Just pick out dehydrating concentrated intact For each cup of sweet month
of March 3, 1879. something to do-AND DO orange juice and they contain milk combine
about 17 ,percent natural tablespoon of :..........................-- ';1 t
Subscription rate In trade areM peryeer 3.60 six motta.'I' T b It IbMsw5us 11M' i citrus MUds-and .. vinegar or lemon Juice with ;
I Outside trade area: *7peryeer: M.CO eta months. 'U.S. Senator Danl'ellnouye: M's N tIMMr were developed nosugar.They : the enough sweet milk to make .When'we were in school .
I Phone 964-6306: SUrfce,Re. 1 urge all Americans to .toaaeeroowr Agricultural Research one cup of liquid. Let It stand tINt "hard -stuff"4 meant
,discover, America during the.. Service five minutes before you.use it. algebra;' ..

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K' i- auiinjy HVAC Plans Okayed- For LB Elementary.. UC Middle SchoolLAKE di

BUTLER The Union board stipulated that the air- motion, with members surplus monies in 10 bank ational accounts. sewing machines at the Home'1\'11
County School Board approved conditioning units be wired Pamela Thomas and Ray checking accounts. An invest -Approved the sale of a EC Dept. at Lake Butler "
final plan drawings through a master control Crawford opposing.In ment consultant will be 7,000 gallon fuel tank to Union Middle School. I
and specifications for the in- switch, at each school, and if other matters at engaged to develop a plan to Correctional Institute for$300, -Announced that Howard
stallation of heating, ventilat the electric bills became too' Tuesday's meeting, the obtain the best yield possible the price agreed upon by a McNeill had been appointed to
ing and air-conditioning high the schools could fall : for funds not being used in three member appraisalteam collective the school board in
(HVAC) of the Union County back on "open window ventil- boardApproved the reappointment some of the school's oper- and the disposal of four bargaining matters.
Middle School and 'the Lake' ation and cooling," in order to of Kathryn Epperson,
n g Butler Elementary. control costs. Bill Cowen and Tommy Spiresto
er i Board architect Craig'Salley The board plans to have the the Esther King Scholar- Fair Set To Open April 2 I
4.. r presented? and project completed during the ship Committee, with the two-
reviewed with the board
Tues- summer vacation period and year terms expiring June 30,
k day night, March 11, final 'ready for the opening of school 1977, and the appointment of Plans for the 25th Annual until 5 p.m., Tuesday, April 2. 'Ilocal and county business establishments -
plans for the estimated Text September. Malette Hale through June 30, Bradford County Fair are progressing Tickets will also be availablein next week and
+ i $200,000 project, and On the oral petition of Mrs. 1976. Hale was appointed for on schedule according the county schools during will also be available at the
authorized a call for bids Norman Dage, the board the remainder of the unex- to Arthur Gaskins, President the week of March 2428. Commerce office. Fair Association .[
following approval of the agreed in a 3.2 vote to permitthe pired term of Raymond of the Fair Associationand These advance sale tickets memberships may ::
: .; I $v gj plans by the State Department. enrollment of her child in Massey who had resigned things are set to open will be honored by the midway also be purchased at the "I
of Education. regular classes at the Lake from the scholarship com- April 2-5. concessions all four days of Chamber for $2. This entitlesthe
In addition to the principal Butler Elementary School. mittee.At. Fair activities will kick off the fair. member to an individual
projects at the two schools, The student has been assigned the request of and on Saturday March 29, when season pass to the fair-
bids on three alternates will since October to special edu- recommendation of Supt. the Annual Strawberry Queen Souvenir premium books ''grounds. General admissionwill
also be requested.,Getting. a cation classes on the recommendation Jimmy Cason approved the contest will be held at the will be distributed to various be 50 cents.
first priority in the project as of the staffing amount of $3,000 to be expended Bradford High School Audi-
alternates, Is the heating and committee, headed by Mrs.'; on a School District torium at 8 p.m. That will be
air-conditoining of the Middle Martha Riherd as coor management Survey. Cason followed Wednesday April 2,
Lucy's Boss Boosts Cancer Crusade School auditorium; second dinator. Following a second said the survey would provide with the Starke Rotary Club's
priority is the elementary review of the child's case, in guidelines for the county staff Rural-Urban Day chicken
..Actor Gale Gordan, star of the comedy series, "The Lucy school cafeteria and the last is accordance with guidelines and the school board to followin dinner at the fair grounds
Show,'" lends a helping hand to the 1975. Florida Cancer for the middle school established by the State new operational areas suchas starting at noon. This will Your First Monthly Payment
Crusade. Both Gordon and Starke's Miss Lillian Stump, cafeteria. Department of Education and the administrative proce- officially open the fair.
president of the Bradford County Cancer Society, were When it was determined bya approved by the school board, dures act, school law, finance, The Silver Anniversary Fairof
present for the state Crusade kickoff held recently in Tampafor cost study that utility the staffing committee again curriculum and collective 1975 will also feature the On Any :New: I Home
the Florida Division of the American Cancer Society charges could perhaps double recommended that the child's bargaining. Specialists in largest livestock show in its
.The Bradford County Cancer Crusade Is scheduled for with the addition of air-condi- education be continued in the those and other areas will con- history, with a swine and steer FHA Financing
early April. tioning in the schools the special education classes duct the management survey, sale to be conducted under the
since, in the staffing com- Cason said. auspices of the Bradford- Protection Plan
mittee's opinion, it was for the -Supt.; Cason reported thata Union Cattlemen's Associa- Buyer
1 Hampton Changes PendingHAMPTON best interest of the child. six percent interest rate was 'tion.'
On appeal to the board the.best, rate obtainable for Miss America of 1975, Brown
Tuesday night, Mrs. Dage the re-investment of capital Shirley Cothran, will appearat John
-A final reading If the council approves 1)) To make the mayor'sterm requested a departure from outlay funds, and that $175,000had the fair on Thursday, April
of the city's impending char-, placing the,three changes on of office two years, in- the staffing committee's deci- been placed at that rate 3 during the afternoon and
ter changes and a vote by the the ballot, a special election stead of one. ,sion.Board with the Farmers & Dealers evening to greet local visitorsto Price
city council to place the will be held June 3, it was 2) To have the city clerk ,Member Donald Bank of Lake Butler. $200,000 the fair.Amusement.
changes on the ballot is set announced Tuesday night. the Dukes moved that the child be had previously been on ride tickets at
April 18 by the Hampton City Proposed city ordinancesare I appointed instead of by elected.city council, permitted to attend regular deposit in another area bank the reduced price of five for Mobile Home Center:
Council. : classes at Lake Butler Elementary ,with interest at 9.1 percent. $1.00 will go on sale at the
3) To have the city marshallto
School seconded by -The board authorized the Chamber of Commerce officeon
be an employee of the city. member Morris Dobbs. Chair- expenditure of an amount not Walnut and Madison 473-3775: Keystone
council the full time
on job
chiefof man Tommy Mobley voted to exceed $300 in developingand Streets. Sales will start Mon-
and to the title
police.It change. to with Dukes and Dobbs on the investment program for, day March 17' and continue

was announced that the
We Want Your Old new fire house adjacent to the
city hall, will be completed by
the next April 18..
Appliances The block 40 structure by 50, foot is going concrete up Tlift, QunlUij Feed' Peepfe" The Qiudaii Food People'

between the city hall and the
$ CA x9 1 Magic Chef Hampton General Store. BEEF REGULAR GRIND
Labor for construction ,is Pantry
being provided by inmates of OR
J0 SiP
gas range the Lawtey Correctional SIRLOINSTEAKS .. ELECTRIC PERK

Center. ,
Your Old
[For The firehouse, financed by' SUPERMARKETS
federally shared revenue, will
ange When You' house three trucks. The city COFFEE
has two, a fire truck and a SOUTH
rade It For This New I I water tanker,and has one new WALNUT ST.
iii fire truck on order.In .
.. I other action Tuesday _...,........ '$148 m rDlroYMHU/DO A WBIM .ONbl GOODTHMU SfVIHOAVI
Magic Chef Gas Range I 1 night, the council: H"" ; M.1D MARCH l.,107ft SAY.. .MIGHT 1 LBBAG 79 e

\ ;.;;. -Voted to buy a used dump U.S. CHOICE
I truck''to be used to haulgarbage :IB I LIILroaoonIMPCOUPONS
$ -' i to the Keystone land ...
40For .:,- fill.
-Heard Fire Chief Fred .
Phillips announce a specialmeetmg
1 ; : \ for 7:30 'tonight( Tfc f Tfc ftwl
f I BonusBuyU.
\ Quoliiq EveryDayLowPrke Quality/ Pevpfe
F Your Old \ -. Thursday, March 13> to plan
the 1975 Easter egg hunt to be
ashing Machine \ sponsored by the VolunteerFire BONELESS BEEFSTEAKS FLORIDA GRADE A' S. NO. 1

Department. The fire- T-BONE FRESHFRYERS
When You Trade men have sponsored the egg WHITEPOTATOES
hunt for the past four years.
It For This New -Awarded a $150 bid ,to STEAKS

GE. FilterAutomatic Hank Lott Sr. for fencing : _
which used to be around the Idt IAI MWMLlf WHOLE 2OLB e' ,_
old city play yard where the
Washer"I fire house is being built. q $LRMIE

$ iti i Griffis New Head .
100 11...0rM1. ...Mt' Every Diylow Price ................. EmryteytowMcMOHTIa/ 1MlasmehaalalY $ Yp Y BenuiBuyU


When You Trade It w Board of Trustees of the Union 118aC 2"-" 89 (x'15898A: C. '118 4 < 5 59'EveryteytowPrkc
General Hospital, in a special L. CliP : PKQ La EACH LI BAG
For This New G.E. meeting held 2 p.m..Tuesday, .

Frost March 11, was reorganizedand r"", h..t.... EveryDayLowPrke n. 0000I1Lt I f...... EnryO.ylowPrice r"", II-IUot 1 f... ... onuiluy
elected chairman
J D.
Refrigerator nra of the new board.J. ..n'., Phd. "OSED." CONUDIN. "USSEl"AN '" .", '.ESH FANCY RED


Poppell, as secretary. All offi- ..., ',,, : .
SawycrSladcGas cers to serve for the remain- SIZE 4/l 110'3/89/ < < ""H. SSe '1"1'11. 12c 3/$1
der of the calendar year 1975.

In addition to the officers COMPARE! MKS: :. : REFADE COMPARE! Ollirm
& Appliances elected, members Doyle BL CHUCK ,
Archer and E. M. Hale, Cheese 59' wNDton (
? key 49
322 W. Madison St.Starke compose the make-up of the Cottage .was 4' I III DftUMBTKIISSkinless WC:AOIIM-La '0'

Five member Board of Perch Fillets ISMSE* 69* to* ROASTEvcryDayLowPricc Franks JEST69: l 14

Fla. 964-77O1 Trustees.. Roll Sausage srsarOrange 79" '0' Sliced Bologna SBS: ; ,"" 89' ,r

* Juice 98CL' 45C
30Y1. ... Chipped Meats :;?. .'
a a d Cheese Slices PAMTftV WftAMU FftlOlMMLt : 68 C Cooked HamBoneless :.D 51"1
a 11 OX.MO -1' :g:,..,':: iIO'

Fried Fish Sticks F:.....,*r 20' LB HamsuN. $411r..'

1 EveryDayLowPriceMAYON Trw (/M&I. Fewl Ptopfe



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s' M9N.TNRIaYM.NWM014TNIWA1 SCIM( COMPLETE LINE Mashed Potatoes, ;:= ': 39c 44 Dill Pickle Chips :r.r. 43c a.

JACKSONVILLE SHOW TIMES F Pork & Beans ..NCAN."""n 29c .' Pantry Pride Olives k:u.', 49c ",0.

Tits Mar 11 Ti30 p.m.Ti30 f AUDITORIUM EAS'TER Beef StewLuncheon ; ':.': 69c I..
COLISEUM W... Mar, 12 p-.m. 1 NIMMINSPANK'Thur. OF Pantry Pride Dinners 49c 14

M.r 13 7i39,.11I. \MeN.TNRUTAt.Clasps, Loaf .' :.:'.' 49c 4', Peanut Butter .........., "sl" J .
TUESDAY. MARCH '11 Fri. M., 'a IIGI"III. ti ,.a -
THRU .$at. M.". $$5 210G"III / anwarr CANDY'! ,4: Vienna Sausage .w' 29c 10, Pantry Pride Catsup ':.r3/l/ ..
sat, Mar. II IIGI"III.

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M." ,I Si 39 p.m. KING COLE ONfADI... ".n." ""de ....,,,. .."" ......" ,

t,I PHONE TUISDAY COLISEUM IS TV 13 FAMILY 633-2900 NIGHT' 5/$1 5139 ,'u..3/$1 ..,',. 79( ,,,s379 i ,,77< 4/$1 1+

.' JUNIORS HAND UNOIR -H NNCIn 11r.0 +M,...,....... Mr OaYLa9rPrke TLIaalAtlnaM/r IwryDeyLowtlrlce 1Ir1h111yF.1a111,1.. l..ryOeyI.owPrIce fM1.11yf1atf. ..11TIROM'
.SEATS RESERVED I 11NIRS.911e9.M-I Mf.iMM.MAWW 1 ; PI.ASTIEI ,.,Nn and C.Ynty STRAwSEaar '
I : EIEi si.S0,1A 5O.$150 SUNDAY_1.10PM.a/rn0P.M.101NSNOWS_ SAUCE SASH: ;. ;;ii! DOG r.iAD RAISIN ii'Aiiiir.

..4M. PANS, w., MW- CAN aALLO''" BRUSHES FOOD ......YIY C0iri1 RING toitrlFN IRtR10 t t. k;

ILU'9' I, .149, ONI.r-2's ,uD 2SLI' 49 sass 3'1'1' 1 r ,
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; Page 14 TELEGRAPH March 13, 1975

.. GOSPEL SINO ANDBARBECUE ........................ .......... .... .... ........ I IA
LEGALSNOTICE John M. DukesJohn C. M. GaskinsCharlie

. r Gospel Sing and Barbecuewill Music will be by the Pate the Kennan Family. The
.. PJNE LEVEL M. Dukes, 85, a nativeof M. Gaskins, 65, died be held Saturday, March Family, the Bellford Trio, and public Is invited. I
for MrrisrawRcN.Sitsiss Bradford County died Monday at his home on Route 15, at Hampton Baptist
I will not be responsible will start at Sp.m. -rt- s.rernra
,:'1 any debts made by Thelma I Friday March 7, in Jacksonville 1, Lawtey, after a sudden ill- Church.. followed Serving by singing at -
, Jewel Hampton. after an extended illness; ness. ,

i -.c-- Mr. Dukes lived in the Lake Born at Lawtey on July 23, ..7:30..:.................,.......... Special I Notice
Bobby Hampton Butler area until moving to 1909, he was the son of the late
r T Gainesville in 1945 where he James W. and Eliza Rosier James Parrish, pastor of
3/13 3/20
2tp : ;* : ruim? 1cNIArt1 3 3"The
f (4 V remained until last year Gaskins. He was a retired Norlhside Baptist Church,
ul PoplUl; ToAll
when he moved to Orange farm manager for the Florida officiating. Interment was in -

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 1_ I Park to reside with his daughter Division of Corrections, and a Swift Creek Cemetery, Union

: THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- CQ...Q Mrs. Roxie Yarbrough.He Baptist.Surviving. County.REPUTABLE,

CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Country, Church with operated a farm until his are six brothers, Sunday School Teachers.

BRADFORD COUNTY. Opportunities fojr !Service the Heavenly Message." Four retirement several years ago. Guy Gaskins Crescent City;
CASE NO. 7575IN School Surviving his wife, Mrs. Darby, Fisher and J. B. Gas- Workers
Sunday: Sunday miles west of Starke on Hwy. Church Staff &
kins, all lof Lawtey Wade and
Willie Belle Dukes two ;
at 11 Church 964-6490 ;
9:45 Morning 100. phone, ;
RE The Marriage of MARY : ; and five Williard Gaskins, both of
: daughters
grand DEALER
Richard Barber 964-6407,
Rev. OfficersTo
o'clock, ,
parsonage, Civic Club
SUSAN FOGG ONTIVEROS, children. Route 2, Starke; three sisters
Superintendent of Missions of Sunday Bible School, 10
and GUSTAVO Funeral services Geneva Redding, Wildwood
Petitioner, were held ;
at 11.
.., GARZA ONTIVEROS. tion New will River be Baptist guest speaker; a.m.Evening Morning Training Worship, 6 p.m. at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Archer and Bertyce Virgie Robinson Colding Brandon Lithia. ; WANTEDTO Those Of You Who Have Not YetReceived'
Funeral Home ,
Respondent. chapel
Church Training 6:15; Evening Worship, 7pm.
Funeral services held Your Complimentary Tickets To
Elder Robert Smith officiat were HANDLEESTABLISHED
Worship, 7:30: Wednesday evening worship,
NOTICE OF SUIT Evening p.m. ing. 'Interment was in Elzey at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Jones '

1 Pastor Monday will: bring Girls message.Ensemble, 7:30.:Teen School Prayer Chapel Cemetery. Memorial Chapel with Rev.., AND The Special Preview Showing Of The Latest

't, To: GUSTAVIO GARZA 6:30: ; Youth Choir 7 o'clock. Meeting, 8 a.m.. BHS room A- II r .1 PROVEN LINE OF

ONTIVEROS Tuesday: Junior Choir and 18, Tues Thurs.; UCHS. 7:30:

Address Unknown Handbell Group, 3:20: ; Family a.m. Wednesday mornings in J ft J CONTRACTORS SOLAR BILLY GRAHAMFilm

. Recreation 6-9 p.m. auditorium. All invited!
Wednesday: Family Night
t that an action for dissolution ofr'
has been filed againstyou Supper, 6:15: ; Sunday School' PINE LEVEL TEENSAT All Types Cement Slabs, Drive Ways,
marriage Workers Meeting R.A.,G. A., DISNEY WORLD EQUIPMENTIN
and are required to
serve a copy you of your written Acteens, World Friends, Eighteen teens qualified Patios, Porch Enclosures, THE STARKE AREA. TIME TO RUNPlease
Mission Friends 6:45: ; Hour of faithfulness contestto
r' defenses if any, to it on through a THIS EXCITING NEW FIELD
RICHARD E. WELTY Attorney power 7:30: ; Church Choir' spend the day at Disney Block & Brick

for Petitioner whose address is Practice; ,Trustees Meeting World last Monday. They OFFERS UNLIMITED Tickets At
114 N. Walnut Street, P. O. Box 8:15.: were challenged to be faithfulfor OPPORTUNITIES. Pick Up
and Thursday: Visitation, 9:30: ; three services a week from All Work GuaranteedFree
995 Starke, Florida 32091 DIRECT INQUIRIES TO: Insurance Office''
file the original with the Clerk of Music Makers Choir, 3:20: ; Feb. 2 through March 9. plus Merritt H. Williams

I the above.styled Court on or Visitation 7pm.Ben memorize 14 verses of Estimates No Obligations UNIVERSAL SOLAR

before April 14, 1975, otherwise Scripture.It SYSTEMS INC. 117 N. Walnut St. Starke Or Call
; a judgment may be entered P.Bryant, Pastor turned out to be a ,

against you for the relief beautiful day at Disney World, 473-2000 3310 S. W. 7th Street I 964-6334

demanded in! the Petition. St. Mark's and all enjoyed the good time. Ocala Florida 32670.
, WITNESS my hand and the Sponsors were: Mrs. John A/C ((904)) 732 2851

seal of said Court on the 10th f ISCO aI. Kenney, Mrs. John
day of March 1975.GILBERTS.. Strickland Jimmy Thorntonand
ChurchChurch Youth Pastor, Gary -rA& N1 I
BROWNAS Wheeler. /
: Donna M. Branson THE REV,JOHN M. FLYNN,
Pine Level.Group
3/134t 4/3
Visits MuseumThe /
Thursday March 13 3:30:

p.m., Brownie Troop No 127;
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, 7:30: p.m., Inquirer's Class: Beginners Departmentof
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 7:30 Senior Choir Prac the Pine Level Baptist
I FLORIDA IN AND FOR tice. p.m. Church had a field trip to the
BRADFORD'COUNTY.CIVIL Children's Museum in Jack n 1') i5

ACTION Sunday, March 16 8:30: sonville visit the Saturday annual, March Japanese 8, to bLPIid\y; I

a.m., Holy Eucharist; 9:45: Children's Festival. 1
Case No.75-<16 a.m.; Church School; 11:00: After the tour a picnic lunch _

a.m., Holy Eucharist; 5:00: the grounds.The .
JAMES A. JONES, Plaintiff, vs. Junior E.Y.C. was enjoyed on
p.m., Meeting
; trip was the result of a
MATTIEJO JONES, Defendant. 6:45 p.m., Senior E.Y.C. six weeks promotion cam 11k 1

NOTICE OF SUIT Meeting. paign. Accompanying the I

NO PROPERTYTo Monday March 17 3:30: group were Mrs.Wheeler Joe Thorntonand Sunday MEN'S
Gary ;
pm., Junior Choir Practice; y '
school teachers Mrs. Bonnie CASUAL SLACKS '
: MATTIE JOE JONES, 4:30: p.m., Brownie Troop No.: Padgett and Mrs. Shirley ( ............... .
1717'/, N. 8th Street 604. Moore; department helper I I I i

Ft. Smith Arkansas Tuesday, March 18 '3:3fl: Robin Milner, and mothers, WAS uv.\

p.m., Girl Scout Troop No. Mrs. O. R. Alvarez Jr., Mrs. Idf' 25

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 614; 3:30 Cass.Wednesday Youth Con Pat Baldwin, Mrs. Linda "r 7 ALIuVSELTZERK'SFoil e I I e ( ""' rwf0/1iuar1e, q<'i? i(11( I '
that an action for Dissolution of firmation .
Vivian McRae x' I IA
Smith, Mrs. wrapped for freshness. hI 1, .a.w.rO
Marriage has been filed againstyou March 19 6:10:: and Mrs. Suzanne Thornton.

and you are required to p.m. Acolyte Meeting; 6:30: 20 youngsters enjoyed the
serve a copy of your written p.m., Lenten Program. tour.
defenses, if any to it, on the
plaintiff attorney,;,whose name 1 r '" I LJic1c1

e and address is George H. Pierce,io I lcirc3i I) Eagle mod*'o giant'DUN
: II
P. O Drawer 1030';.> Starke!. ObituariesCarl I N chase (below prices shot DOA ru
Florida, and file the original with ( 1MA'1 up) so you save! Check the PRICE SAVE LBS SET
the clerk of the above styled '. ewwr/ tailoring, fabric, quality- iosPA 'n ?a% 4F ru.
you'll soyd.ahn.sloth
court on or before March 17, JonesCarl Pat ThorntonPat ,
l should be twice the par *
r ,
1975; otherwise a judgment may or morel 65 f Doer on*poly rAl f.Yt
be entered against you for the Jones 78, died Sunday, of ester -35?cotton. Handsome W% Selected pure virgin crude is heat Granular concentrate controls algae Two-lone avocado sparked with
relief demanded in the complaint March 9, at his home in Thornton 56, Starke 7'- colors. Sizes 29-42. resistant, non-corrosive and none and kills many boctana.Keeps black has a Blamed' gloss look.
retired died Thursday, March 3, in a sAll-AID FUSTIC STRIPS detergent. Guaranteed by Eagle! pool water genii-free, sparkling! Popular loi. nze..
or petition. Graham. He was a Gainesville hospital after a SO assorted Sims
WITNESS hand and the of Sunland
my employee Training
long illness. He was a member
seal of said Court and member of the
1 on February Center, a of the Bradford Masonic

12 1975. Hampton Christian Church. Lodge, Scottish and York /
His parents were the late F/
Rites, Shrine Club Starke r G1NN N
Gibert S. Brown Nathaniel Jones and Eliza-
American Legion Post 56,
i As Clerk of said Court beth Edwards. /
Ambassador of Morocco I o'o'1 MEN's
By: Beulah M. Moody Surviving are his wife, Ida Temple a veteran of World :;, FAAtNbNAME r / -
'y As Deputy Clerk Altman Jones; one son Leslie War II. and a Baptist. i DRESS JEANS -' i : / !M ,

2/20 4t 313NOTICE/ Jones, of Hampton; three Surviving are his! wife, Etta

: I daughters, Mrs. Irma Lang- Fae of Starke; one son
ford Mrs. Wilma McKinney, Decatur
Sammy Warren i
OF SHERIFF'S SALE and Mrs. Betty Davis all of .Ga; three brothers, Flore legs
Notice is hereby given that I, EmorYi Patterns and
Graham 12 grandchildren
; Woodrow, and Hiram
Dolph E. Reddish, as sheriff of PLAICE solids Per. .
and 12 greatgrandchildren.Funeral Jacksonville two sisters A '
; WAS man ent press WAS
Bradford County, Florida, under 1.N WAS s.vt uv1i
and by virtue of Writ of Execution services were Bernice Crosby Jacksonville, ( polyesrm-cot JSf...... 11" II.I1Ii1iii1iM 1.01
Jones vs ton. 28-38
3 p.m. Tuesday in and Eunice Scott, Tifton, Ga.; r

Execution issued out of James Shaw officiating In- Funeral services were heldat Crepe soles and cushioned for extra comfort. Brassy Damask design. 22 x 44". 6 magnetized screwdrivers Economical pool treatment Sold or divided. Stain.
County Court of Alachua terment followed in Santa Fe 2 p.m. Saturday in Jones weight, hopsack In his /favorite, color*. Washable. 7-12. Matching hclMns..4IO with wall rack.No-slip grip., with famous Eagle label ."'anl. Black blue, green'
County, Florida to a
Cemetery. Memorial Chapel with Rev.
Final Judgement for General
Merle Packham officiating.
Finance Corp.- of Gainesville,
Burial in Lake : .
was Crosby
Florida, and against Roger L. judgment may be entered with Masonic ritesat &?
and Cordelia Hall, defendant, in against you for the relief deman- Cemetery
the DeWitt C. Jones
the amount of $232.68 together grave.
ded in the Petition.
Funeral Home was chargeof
with costs of collection. WITNESS my hand and the .
Have seized and (have in my seal of said Court on the 4th day arrangements.D.

possession the following of March 1975.
described personal property to-
H. CrawfordDaniel

1969 Dodge Monaco CLERK OF SAID COURT

Tag 45W,1672I By: Beulah M. Moody H Crawford 82, a rAf !AY! 1 E WAS PI'iff'! !! SAYS WAS SAYS '9I! WAS SAWS
I 1.0. DH41G9R160728 Deputy Clerk native of Bradford County I..E 1.N 2M e 2'% 11W 3,00 ..... .Jdfliiijil 11":


As the property of the above Lake-City after an extended Pahtcfwitl.a.s.80Scot with contrast him vinyl. 1'i"' Raised swirl design.. Stock1 1, 2, 3 qt. saucepans with Super strong' absorbent and. Decorative, prints. Wipes
named defendant and that on illness. Mr. Crawford movedto tan 20rayon.Blu..StoXL Full cut sins! S, ML,XL. width Block, brown. 3046. abhr.4popularcolorsms.t., covers and 8'i' skillet. durable! Assorted colors. clsonwithdapzoth.52x7Y! :
Monday, the 17th day of March, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Plant City in 1929, where he
1975 at twelve o'clock Noon on EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF remained until 1970. He was a
said day on the premises of the FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- retired farmer and a member 1 r GUNOUT

Bradford County Jail, I will offer FORD COUNTY. of ML Enon Primitive Baptist t CARBURETOR

for sale and sell to the highest Church Plant City. ,t 1 e CLEANER.
bidder for cash in hand, the CIVIL ACTION Surviving are his widow.

above described property of said Case No.7560In Mrs. Artie Crawford Lake a :

defendant to satisfy the aforesaid City; four sons, one daughter
,)0 Execution. re: The Matter of the Adoption three sisters, 20 grand-
children, and ten great-grand-
Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff children. >/i engme.nelps up your
Bradford County, Florida NOTICE SUIT -
Funeral services were heldat cars startfoster.

2/20 4t 3/13 NO PROPERTYTo 2:30: p.m. at the Archer rAl WAS {AVt WAS S 'Y' w.f t { SAWS WAS lAVt .U A SAYS ( Get
Funeral Home in Lake Butler III II IiI IM JItt 1.2JI12 :I'% 1itN 31% ).II' ::1.11 2M U% mileage.belter gas 16

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ing. Interment was in Douglas While with, contrast stripes.. 6"hl%, Goodyear welt con e... neck.: Solid colors Two.pIyhssu.s.Dsp.nam, Solid State. With batteries, Pr.rasoned.Ev.nheotinp.
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Cemetery. Stretch to fit" sizes. 10-13. .,ruel''....Ribbed sole.7-12. and stripes.' Sizes 3 to >7. box. White only By Marcal. earphone and hand. strap.SIN'S I" flu was :I." ... l.MMUSES'

l BRADFORD COUNTY. an action for Adoption has .........

li CASE NO. 75-67 been filed against you ROZINA -
f WILSON and you are required to CARD OF THANKSDon PANTS IN Gpllar Io IOVAL -. i f (''' '
i of written defenses end I want to thank our 1NPOLYESTER O o AkMOMATEDASMC 1
In Re: The Marriage of ANN B. serve a copy your ,
BROWN. Petitioner, and ED- if any to it, on the plaintiffs many customers and friends for s.v.1.N 4r CliAll. '[A'
WARD BROWN Respondent. attorney whose name and years of trusting your business t i
address is GEORGE H. PIERCE, with us at Colonial Florist. It is

NOTICE OF SUIT Esq. P. O. Drawer 1030. Starke, with sadness and heavy heart "0 1Mr
Florida 32091 and file the that wo are announcing the stitched glaD
with the clerk of the closing of Colonial Florist. + '
To: EDWARD BROWN original crease, 2" ) ; i
Address Unknown above styled court on or before .Iostlcwalst. < + t: ruavr Clean all
, March 31, 1975; otherwise a Thank you WAS s.vt Color r It f M.Y1 WAS 'AV' R gloss surf_ W... SAWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED judgment may be entered Don and Dot Bay.tfl!! J.rf lint Jdf inrNl Sites ; : s lK EE; 31% ..-.th no .... m

that an action for dissolution of against you for the relief demanded OMEN?.IL..11t.. ) MSSET TURTLE NECK. TOPS.. I 1 1 rHWHBMOFIEDnPolyethylene.. MOAT FLEA COLLAR .... film streaks 17,ozs.no 'FMEsns coonss
marriage has been Ned against in the complaint or petItion THANK YOU NOTE Selection of top fashion, Ribbed, nylon. Bock zipper. Hanger.ml K..p.dopReo-knandaids f :V.? Vonilloer.anvaillaehes.slyin.Kckyzolen.S10. .
I II you and you are required to We would like Top fashion color. SASL. ; t slpn.Nalds2lbs. in tick control. Vaporerte. elate" or peanut butter.9....
toexpressourappreciation f
of ,, WITNESS hand andthe
serve a copy your written my
j to all thoee who
defenses, if any to it on seal of said Court on February c
their time food flowers
RICHARD D. WELTY, Attorney 24. 1975. gave
and donations during our time
for Petitioner whose address is
114 N. Walnut Street, P. O. Box GILBERT BROWN of sorrow. May God Bless :
,* As Clerk of safe Court You. 312w, MADISON ST. 964-7513 ,
986 Starke Florida. 32091. and : ; ", ;. ,
file the original with the dark of ByBeulatiM.MoocVAs: y 10 r
-The Joseph A. Brantley ..
the above-styled Court on or before Deputy Or

April 7. 1975 otherwise 3/6/ 4t 3/27 Family ,

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BROOKERIN _ u __ --_-- _ _ _ _ _

BROOKER Jeannette BRIEFBy BAPTIST Prescott ; : ;;; ;; ;;;;;;; ;;;

Brooker? Baptist Church will ,
hold Ordination Services on .

Sunday afternoon, March 16, FOR SALE: 1966 Chevy 3/4/ ton FOR SALE: 12 x 65 Mobile FOR SALE: 8x35 Coachman Starke
for Robert Terry Cranford.The CLASSIFIED AD KATES( ,, SALE. Registered AnguS.cows. camper special. Equippedwith Home, take over payments. travel trailer or mobile home Call
Heifers bull
and calves.
church will ordain Terry Del-Ray sllde-on camper. Inquire 964-7212, 3/64tp 3/27 $5,000. 1974 Ford pulpwoodtruck Co.
J.B. White. Phone 9646114or Roofing
and call him interim Deadline for insertion
as pastor Gas or electric refrigeration. ---1-------- with self loader and only

until a new pastor is located. Tuesday Noon preceding -9648776.-4.*.....__tfchg M__..__ Many Used brands of new vacuums. DC or AC. Gas stove. Sleeps FOR SALE: 1971 Used 64 x 122 6,000 miles $4,500. Carl
Area and Association Pas- Thursday before publication. machines available. four. Self contained unit, Wilson 9646691.3134tp43UNITED For Guaranteed
BR 1 bath MH with washer,
tors and Ordained Deacons, as FOR SALE: Good used bikes Expert Repairs all' makes. without bath. Ph. 964-7890, :

well as congregations are Minimum Charge$2.00 and trikes. New and used Parts and Accessories for all $1.750 cash. 3/6/ 2tchg 3/13 and dryer clean., & A/C.$5700.00.Extremely 1650 nice N. Roofing and Roofing

invited to the services at 3 (Covers 15 Words) furniture end appliances, vacuums. Built in central : .:. .
Ave., Ph. 9647212.
Temple Repairs
p.m. at Brooker Baptist Each word over 15 good used mattresses, cloth vacuum cleaning systems.712N. FOR SALE; 1970 VW bus,
very, ------------ FARM AGENCY
Church. Rev. Sterling 10 cents .30 .01 inch Main Gainesville 376-7110..
yd., zippers per ; nice, new Inspection. $1495. REGISTERED REAL HAMPTON, FLORIDAPAUL
Branche of Pine Mount shingles $9.50 square, roofingand JFSAWS Ph. 468-1853. 1tp

Baptist Church, McAlpin, will All Classified Ads must be felt$5 roll and many more ------------ -_---------- ESTATE BROKER NEWSOM
the paid for in advance unless you .PAULS IRENE FAULKNER
preach Ordination Ser- Items BARGAIN CENTER, 1 TOM FOWLER
have an established account SHARPENED: work FOR SALE: 1974 Chevrolet 964-5065
mon. mi. S. of Starke on 301. tfchg. 468-1243
The Pulpit Committee of with the Telegraph. In that guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or Impala, 4 door A/C, P/S,
------------ 1
Brooker Baptist Church will event 50 cents extra chargefor leave at Jackson Building P/B, 9,000 miles still under V, Home & 80 Acre Farm, Good
FOR SALEDiamond needles
billing./ Not responsible for Supply, Starke warranty. Small equity and Pasture & Barns. Terms
present a young man from the stereo, over 247 different or Keystone
errors when given over the take over payments. Ph. 964- muillrgar tfchg
New Orleans Seminary to the ones, we have them all.,. Dah- Heights tfchg. Davidson
congregation on Sunday phone or when copy is not mar's Discount .... - ..., .-, 7589 days or 964-6924 week-

March 23, at morning and typed and brought to the of- ----.....---tfchg.---- ends & nights. 1tp REALTY Mobile Home ParkIn
fice. ------------
evening services. Every FOR SALE:'38 Snub nose I handgun
member of the church shouldbe City Limits
$55.22 hand guns$24.95,. BYRON E. DUCE,
present. 25 automatic guns from PERSONALSERYICE Reg. Real Estate Broker
$30 Per MOa
$49.95 Dahmers Discount. rHnP WANTED 1 393 N. Temple Ave.
r. FOR tfchg 9647700See
About seven members of the Walk To New
New River Church us .for all your Real Estate
Baptist FOR SALE: 15 acres. All or part, WALDO BEAUTY SALON has If you are a newcomer to our needs.LISTINGS Shopping Center
Choir are attending a Singing Underwood Motel North of Helene Curtis vicinity or a native who is in need
I at new Uniperm. City Gas Water ft Sewer
at the Grand Old HELP FINANCING
Concert Opry WANTED ,
: Payroll clerk, of do hesitate
GARAGE SALE Saturday Starke on 301. 1tp Great Curl with natural housing please not
Hall in Nashville, Tenn. this must be RENTALS- Call Anytime
I week. stove, electric & oil heaters, : results. Open Tuesday thru Cadillac experienced. Apply in to give us a ring. Remember 964-6476 or 964-7955 On 301 South
i"1;: ; For person Uniforms, 441 real estate investments have
display rack, desk, adding FOR SALE: Do by Saturday. appointment E. Brownlee St. tf

BIRTHDAY PARTYMr. machine, showcase, vacuums 12 Inch tile, with stick on back call Waldo 468.1016.3/6. 2tp --------3/132tp-- 3/20 kept pace with inflat'lanlHave ., Jolu Motel
.and Mrs. Tommy Cox & sewing machines.' 1103 E. now at Dahmer's Discount 3/13 -- - '

Call Street. Up ------------ you always wanted a $ 964-8810
hosted a party to help their 2/V 26tchg 8/25 S SAVE
waterfront home? Now is the
daughter, Deena, celebrate ------------ ------------ SEWING MACHINE OPER.
her 6th birthday Saturday FOR SALE $6.98 LP records Wanted. [ FOR RENT ) timel! We have listings on beau- .
FOR SALE: New twin size bed : Experience helpfulbut tiful Lake Brooklyn, Lake Santa FRED DAVIS

afternoon, Feb. 15. The complete or swap for full size. $4.98, $5.98, LP for $3.98 at not necessary, will train. Fe and Gator Bone Lake. Long Champ

"Raggedy Ann" motif was Call 964-9907 or 864-8347. Itp Dahmer' Discount. 2/27 Apply In person Lake Butler GMC TRUCKS .
used in decorating. Several 26tchg 8/25 Apparel Co., Lake Butler Ha. "' - BUICK PONTIAC 1
------------ Build dream home
games were played and prizes FOR SALE Phlco washing ------------ 3/6 2tchg 3/13 FOR RENT: 3 room apartment. large lot your in Country Club Estates on a "A LITTLE RIDE CAN Home and

were won by Sherry Nipper, ------------ Utilities furnished. Millard SAVE YOU A L6j" MaterialsWE
machine, 2 speed, $35. Good : or on Bessent TF' (Building j|
Pam Willingham, and the GARAGE SALE: Maple dresser, Judd. 964-5851. lip Road. GREEN SPRINGS"
guest of honor, Deena Cox. working 5271. condition. Ph. 964- beds,. lamps, typewriter, HAYES ELECTRIC: Serving the ------------ COVE BUILD
Itp "How ,You Gonna 'Em
Refreshments of birthday kitchenware, pictures, iron county with service work, Keep '
------------ residential and small FOR RENT: 22 bedroom mobile Down On The Farm?" With "YOUR PLANS OR OURS
cake ice and punch and board, card table & toys. commer- JIMMY MOORE'SSun
were served. FOR SALE: Almost new wood Fri. & Sat. 624 S. Epperson.1tp cial wiring. My low overheadwill homes. Call 964-5261.. .. Itp this immaculate 4 BR, 28, LR, YOUR LOT OR OURS"
stove gas stove & gas water. save you money. Free ------- ---- DR, Kitchen with large eatingarea SportsMORE

heater. 7623544ltp estimates. Ph. 782-3077.3/13 &office,tremendous family FREE ESTIMATES
PIANO RECITAL ,---------- FOR RENT: Newly furnished 1 BOAT FOR
room.heat & air, 2 car ,
------------ 12tp 3/20 garage
Bradlee Cox won a certifi- FOR SALE: Reduce safe and, bedroom apartments. All ,'patio, separate building for storage YOUR MONEY TF REMODELING REPAIRS
cate and was rated Superior ina FOR SALE: Sofa bed In ex- fast with GoBese Tablets &E-, ------------ electric, AI C, carpeted, In plus 69 acres of our best STARKE PH 964-5791 ADDITIONS

National Federation Junior cellent condition, beauty rest Vap "water pills," Andrews MATURE WOMAN: To baby sit Starke. Ph. 473-3096. 3/13 land. .

Music Festival for piano at the mattress $60. 420 N. Walnut Pharmacy, 356 W. Madison, in my home for 2 school age ,,. 2tp_3/20 - COMPLETE HOMES BOUGHT SOLD
Street. 1t ________ OUTBOARD a
University of Florida on Starke. 3/13 children. Must haw own TRADED'
2tp3/20- "Tea For Two" In this cozy cottage STERN DRIVE SERVICE
Saturday, March 1. He is a ------ transportation. Call 964-8666.'
FOR RENT: Office on Court Just outside city limits on AND REPAIR { ACREAGE FOR SALE
student of Mrs. J. C. Ramseyof FOR SALE: Hallet & Davis FOR SALE: 1 50 percent ItWILL Street In Starke. Two rooms, paved road chain link fence 3
LaCrosse.; Spinet piano, excellent ------------ BR IB heat Er air COMPLETE FIBERGLASS 964-6853
Limousin bull. Booking orders A/C. Ph. 964-5069. Itchg. 1335000. '
condition. 9646107.'Itp for neck DO harrow & - REPAIR STARKE
eggs. Ring disc work ------------ HWY. 301 S. TF
PERSONALS ------------ pheasants, wild turkeys, for home gardeners. 964- New 3 BR, 2B, Central heat & CUSTOM BUILT FIBER

Mr.and Mrs. C.J. Stalnakerhas FOR SALE. : Case pocket knives Hulsey game chickens. J. M. 6422. 3/13 2tp 3/20 FOR RENT: Furnished apt. week air,acre lot. Ready to move Into. GL ss''FISHING BOATS.INSURANCE .

returned home, and we now at Dahmers Discount. or month. Underwood Motel ,
Starke. -
Edwards, 964-5379, ------------ -
are thankful that her mother, tfchg. 3/13 3tp 3/27 North of Starke on 301. We also have some interesting '
Mrs. Annie Gernagin, is ._------,----- ------------ AMBITIOUS COUPLES: Need- Completely furnished. 1tp commercial listings! Drilling
improving In Alabama.Mr. Ing Extra money' Earn $109- .------------ ,
and Mrs. Ercell Ed- FOR SALE: Lecithin) Vinegarl! FOR SALE: Sewing machine, 300 month working 5-10 per f,. Cecelia T.Terwillegar AT REDUCED RATES 2" thru 6"
861 Kelpl Now all four In our ",FDA RENT: 12x60 3 bedroom AUTO, FIRE BOAT
washer ,
visitedhis ,
wards of Salt Springs dryer refrigerator, week. We train. 964-7751 between Reg. Real Estate Broker
ask for VB6+ mobile home with A/C 3 ml.
sister, Mrs. Eva Harrell, capsule frost free refrigerator freezer .4.6 p,m. for appt. Itp 206W. Madison Ave. DOYLE E. CONNER Fast Rotary
Mtcholl's 3/13 2tp from Ra. State Prison. Also 1
early last week.'Mr. and Mrs.., Drugs. &electric stove.964-5760. 1tp ,, ,--.L.. >
3/20 \ lot with hookup Included. ,INSURANCE ; Drilling Equipment,

.JSeeber Edwards, of Tampa .,-- i Chin.- 'MOBIletiClMEiMOVINGnAli(! : : .IB. Contact Mrsu Perdue: in 964-5146 '4A.J.Thomas ... "AGENCYNG\ ..". 1.0,..

;another law,' were brother visiting and her sister-ih-v also. .FOR---ry---. 'Slf13roperty: "':+ n' GARAGE. appliances SALE aquarium: many small mobile home hurricane-1'anchoring .- Gainesville, 377-8081 after '5. ;M4rj:1 :: 4:{' "r A ,fa, .. 4Wi ... ... 'Stazze L.icensed,

The Edwards from Tampaand Sampson Lake 100x350. 5 Items, low prices. Everythinggoes. : and mobile home roof :3/13 3tp 3/27
----------- I
Mrs*Harrell visited their miles W. of Starke, excellent Thursday to Saturday. coating. Olin's MOBILE Home now have a fulltime/ appll Pumps

'cousin, Wesley Williams, in fishing and hunting. 964-6660 521 W. Pratt. Itp Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. FOR RENT; Furnished apartment 969'x7 ance repairman for all your

Worthington. He is home now day or 964-8334 night. Starke,.Flit tfchg needs. New & UsedSalesParisService
------------ 3 rooms & bath. Ph. repair
from the hospital, but still Financing available. 2/27, .... -.i-' - -,- 964-B321..1tp
sick. We hope he will be 4tchg 3/20 Call Badcocfcs
very ------------
,well soon. ------------ RETIRED CARPENTER desires 964-5289

Mrs. Pearl Markey is visit- FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum $3.98, t WANTEDWANTED ,1- work. Home additions, "FOR* RENT: New 2 bedroom 621 N.Walnut, Realtor'St. E-Z Terms
doutHewide trailer 5
ing her sister, Mr. and Mrs. R. 9x12 Linoleum 898. Also remodeling repairing, large or on acres, Tel. 964-6162
Dukes in Lake Butler this small Free 1 mile behind Stuckey's. Ph.
K. r jobs estimates. Ph.
12x12 and 12x15 in stock. .. I I Plumbing I
weekend. 9648253.3/6 9648906. Up
Hundreds to choose from at 4tp 3/27 Swimming, boating, fishing, BRASINGTONCADILLACOLDSMOBH.E'
Edwards : Freezers, chest or ------------
Prayer List: Coy Dahmers Discount. tfchg. ------------ relaxing. This is it for grown ups

asked to be remembered in upright. Any size.. Dahmer's FOR RENT: 3 rooms, 1 bath or children; 2 bedrooms, 2 New Installation
He is in the Discount. 9647923. 2/27 & '. Private .' baths SALES&SERVICE
your prayers. apartment. entrance. patio, storage, making of
Veterans Hospital in Gaines- 4tchg 320WANTED scissors sharpened, el makes 128 N. Church Street. Ph.. car port or garage. Large Mobile Fine selection of Used Cars Remodeling
deaned oiled
MULTIPLELISTINGS ------------ and adjusted, ,
ville. ,964-5027 or 964-8107. lip home with furniture. Large lake Taken On Cadillac Trades
$7. All work
2001 N.W.13th 1783301GAiNESVILLE Repairs
------------ dose to Starke and highway.
: Used chest of James Strickland, > Morgan

drawers, vanities, and beds, Road & SR-16., Ph. 964-8733 F.QR'RENT 12' wide mobile Attractive terms. .

Residents Paid used Discount refrigerators. Dahmer's t' or 7ffi3I89tfchg---- tames outside city limits,,jr&: .: 'Out of Town 3 bedrooms, 2 laurranc.f
9647923. 3/13
Over 250 Realtors and associates : .-White. Ph. 964,6112J.( tfchg. baths large lot masonry Cent
Btchg 5/1
,37,491 ForAluminum -- --------
selling your property. --- HORSESHOEING: University heat&air.This new home needs AVON TO THE RESCUE
-------- '
Trained 8 yrs. Exparlence.I FOR RENT -r Mobile Home I nothing but a buyer. Reasonable Pump & Supply

Scrap 2 old houses on large lot $7,000 Expert and Dependable subdivision% acre lots $35 price with terms.

Service. CaH Lou Brodsky at mo.,3 mile*from city limits at Caught Up In A Lay-Off Save Company

STARKE During 1974, 2 Bedroom frame $9,250 t LOrANO FoUN6 I .468-1672. 3/6 4tp 3/27 Intersection of, Hwy 16 and We have it for mobile homes or Your Budget By Selling Our

Aluminum paid Floridians --------.---- Morgan Road. Ph. 9645608.. dwellings. 10 acres cleared, Famous Products. Call Lome 864 N. Temple Ave.
Reynolds 2 Bedroom frame $10,750 ft .
for tfchg paved road, some timber. Ready Oven at 755-0731 or write P. O.
over $1,604,000 Starke
and ------------ for Improvements. Box 5127, Lake City, Ra. 32055.
their all-aluminum scrap Crosby Lake,2 BR $12,200
beverage cans. LOST: Lilac point Siamese cat. Motorcycles 'FOR RENT: 2 bedroom and bath AH that is needed here Is'a paved tf 964-7061

In Starke,Reynolds paid the Large 2 BR, Vi Acre $12,500 Area of St. ClaIr Street,. house, Andrews Street $80' driveway, and you have the
for total of Reward. 964-8203 after 3:30.. V. E. Olin.
public $7,491.45 a : monthly. Ph. 964- nicest home with 4 bedrooms,

49,943 pounds of aluminum. 3 Bedroom, Cor. Lot $22,000 1tp 8746. lipNOUSES 2J4 baths, cent. heat & air, wall
Last year in Florida Reynolds ------------ ------------
v STAAKECYCLE CENleR-- to wall carpeting I ; built In range OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES ...%
recycled a record Small farm, Good 3 BR house .N. Temple Ave. Ph. 964-6020,' and oven. Included is large lot or .
12.293,232 pounds of the valu- Your authorized HWY. 100 W. PH. 964-5606
able scrap, the equivalent of All size acreage denier tfchg. HODAKA acreage. W\t'\ ,
.282,744,336 cans, an increase ----- .---- FOR SALE 1M-\.4!

of vious 3,550,480 Ibs. over the pre- FRED SACKETT-REALTOR z 30 acres with good timber, FREE; LOT RENTAL' FOR ONE HALF YEAR'IN
year. 205 N.Temple(US-301))
Paul Hayden, Reynolds 904/964-6522.468-1642 paved road front. 4 miles N. of OLIN'S MOBILE HOME' SUBDIVISION-WHEN YOU '

regional recycling manager, OWNERS: DOG FOOD AUTOMOBIU FOR SALE: 3 BR Used 65 x 12 Starke, t'lTl8'Commercial' PURCHASE YOUR MOBILE HOME FROM OLIN'S.

contributed the big increase to PRICES TOO HIGH Look for USEDFOR ",MH. Total Elect. Complete 'TF

"a growing public awarenessof Farmers Mutual Exchange '\y.OP v Carpet 3 ton A/C, Lke New.. building, block construction .
the benefits of railcar load sale coming soon. *\'1660 N. Temple Ave.. Ph. 2,400 sq. ft. 1 acre I

coupled with the increase 9647871. tfchg.--- ,U 964-7212., land., 3 miles, from Starke.I k l I'll a IT!I I Ml 18 i I ITi II d 11II roTsVI 1111II
value of aluminum scrap." In fb'isiIIs. ---- -- SALE: 1972 Blazer Chevrolet )i----------__

June increased the 360 cu. in.. P/S, P/B, 19 acres,' Lawtey, good, timber
Reynolds were paying from : LOSE WEIGHT safely & fast A/C, AM-FM' four' FOR SALE: 6 room house, 1 Terms. FILL- DIRT

price they to 15 tents. / with X-11 Diet Plan, $3. peed $2500.! See manager at' bath, ducted heat, 100 x 100
10 cents a pound
REDUCE Excess Fluids with Van H. Priest 6 & 10 or call fenced with 10 x20 utility aluminum 176 acres, Brooker area. Some

', -_. ....__..........." ..,.... the X-Pal, $3. KOCH DRUG. 2/6 964-8269 after 6 p.m. Itp building, in city of planted pines. Hauled
use 15tchg 612ALCOHOLICS Stark & schools. Fill Dirt
< ------------ near stores
The Sunday-school ------------ Ph. 9846348.3/13 2tp 3/20 1 to 10 acres open land. 4 MHes
teacher trying to impressthe FOR SALE: 1974 Capeila MH. 3 T---________ from Home sites
t Starke. only.
students with the Joyous WANTADS I ANONYMOUS.The BR, 2 fuN batha. Al carpet, .11: Call 468-1873

exultation of shouting Halle- only requirement for deluxe unit. 600 down & fOR SALE: Used 68 x 12 4 BR, 1 to 2 acres mobile home sites, ,

lujah,' said,;,"What word do membership is a DESIRE to .109*month. 1660 N. Temple '1 Itt beth MH, with washer N.W. of Starke Terms.. STEPHEN SMITHSTAR
church members shout with FOR SALE Notebooks, stop drinking. Ph. 964-7969 Ave., Ph. 964-7212 \\1''?i and dryer, rice

?" Memo pads, envelopes, 964-7619 or 9646148. 1/2 ------------ Temple
Joy $6696.00. 1660 N. George Roberts Real Estate ROUTE HAMPTON. FLA.BMaMMNtIrBONOwWOOtNegeemMN .
"Bingo!" replied one markers adding machine and 12tp3/27 FOR SALE: 1986 VW camper !*. Ave. Ph 964-7212 964-7826 or 964-6693
cash paper The Office ------------' : frrn. >ttlttttitttttt
youngster.Contributed. reg. bus. FoidckMn.t.. Ice box ----- tf esstt state AfJUm
by Shelby Friedman Shop. and water tank. Register Oil '
FOR bedroom
I' SALE: 4 2 story

-- Ceramic Tile Co.984-6883.3/132tchg,.. 3/20' ;' brick home, needs: work, 323
Tile --- --------
Vinyl )N. Walnut Street, 36,000, LILLIAN C. PEARSON
FREE ESTIMATES FOR SALE: 1973 Grand Torino.$ IIIr you finance.: Call Gainesville REALTOR

Sill !III!! So: Owner Bargain Hunter 9U-7'JS A/T.i P/S AM. FM term 31&9969.3/13 4tp 4/10 Lawtey Ph.(Anytime)782-3806 [ '

f W.T, Lan.y TIN.G-" tap VII; 47,000 I mH... ,------------
-.- - Stark $&27S. 431-1766. lip, > like new, 2 BR-1 bath brick
Due Over 33 Acres .. .... FOR SALE: Large frame 2 story
Mortgage ; ; *
r Must Sacrifice Joins City Limits 4tp --- ------ home on Kingsley Lake. home with family room&closed America* lots

- On Beseem Rd. &230 Byron Duce Reg. Real Estate garage In Lawtay $25,600. Orvatewt Values .

-- -0 Broker, 393 N. Temple) Ave.
IIOAcr-3IiOOft. Country Garage S64-7700 Two 2 BR houses ((1 with extra
9647966. Professional
MUST SELL or lip Custom
Paved< Htway Frontage Morgan Read room for bedroom or family f.
First$25,000Offer --------- -
Part Timber HAYES ELECTRIC Auto Repairs- Motors. Over. gel| room) on comer lot- neat .
___ TAKES BALL .t fOR SALE'1973 mobile home very
hauled-Disc. Brakes>Ton : < Tinting & Advice
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.. some furniture: price, Painting
$325 Par Aae I Serving th. County with Se r- -. Law mower work aad .furnished.\ Includes shaded 18700.

Under Market A Real Moneymaker vice work. Residential and small engine : repairs.. I < ....lake access.6x12 building, '
- Small Commercial Wiring. porch.>1 mils)to l KeystoneNelgltb One Gallon Get
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[ Page U TELEGRAPH March 13,197S .

Index Tagged".............................................................. School Funds. (From
\, f Page 1)) Williams Acquitted In TheftSTARKE

II, ("From Page 1)) earns by the numbers of its against. How can the Cham- dinator maintenance Committee, headed by Sen.
pupils. A county like Monroe, ber of Commerce help?" director. t *>n Robert Graham D-Miami\, A Circuit Court on July 2\1.\ 1974, forcing him to before Circuit Judge''It. A.
.J, !MFP, received state funds on rated at 106 on the FPI scale Attorney George Pierce Two custodial positions will has the money to Implement jury returned a verdict of temporarily abandon his Green, 'was acquitted *of the!
'j1 an equal basis. receives more monies it earns wanted to know early in the be eliminated. Gov Askew's'proposal, Supt. acquittal in the case of Lawrence equipment on the roadway charge by jury.Assistant '
Under the new Full-Time with the numbers of its pupils. discussion. Sixteen clerical or aide 'Temple says. Graham s bill, Earl Williams, 30, 'of about seven miles north of State Attorney
Equivalency (FTE) funding, Bradford, rated at 89.8 lowestin "How can they say we're positions will be eliminated. which uses the Florida price Starke, on trial Tuesday, ,Keystone on SK-214. Tom Elwell prosecuted the
r money is earned by a county the state, receives over 10 not entitled to as much as Twelve teaching positions index, would be most detri- March 11, for possession of Hall who first pled i not case for the state 'and Assis-
on a per student basis One percent less funds than its Alachua County? will be cut, plus two librarian mental to the Bradford school 'stolen property. guilty to the charge, changedhis tant Public Defender'
r I ,FTE unit is the same all over pupil population earns. "When a state price level positions.In system Temple says. Williams, and Clyde Hall, plea to guilty on February Theodore M. Burt represented
the state and school systemsare Through the price index the index is applied unfairly,, addition to that, Supt. Gov. Askew is recommending 39, were both charged with 18 and was sentenced by' Williams. ,
funded on that basis, state takes away from one we've got a serious problem, Temple also recommended: that the county possession of stolen property Circuit Judge H. A. Green.. ...................... .......
except for the cost of living county and gives to another.If Supt. Temple states. Both the 1)) A hold up renewing all required local effort to partici- last September when they Jr.? to a jail term of 30 days, a Notice at Internal,Revenue
differential that comes into each county was to be education program and annual contract personneluntil pate in his program be placedat tempted to dispose of an 115- line of $200, an placed on probation office: "Income Tax
play in the form of the Florida funded at least what its pupils personnel will suffer under tho$5GOOOO the board knows exactly seven mills. Going to eight liP outboard motor in Starke, for one year. Advice Pay It." '
Price Index The FPI, Under earned at a rating of at least proposed,, cut in how much money it will have. mills would get the system on August 14, 1974. Williams on trial.Tuesday Ralph Dunouln, Publisher Hell
the promise that it costs moreto 100, and then a cost differential funding. 2)) That the school board another$100.000 in local funds In attempting to sell the S ndlcnto
I live in certain areas of the added to counties "There will be no reduced freeze all salaries. His, 1976 plus $30,000 in additional state motor to Woodrow Griffis,
state, rates each county on a where living costs are higher, taxes here. Taxes are goingup proposed balanced budget funds. But, the superintendentsays operator of Griffis Brothers I. .1
he will not ask for the
scale of 100. the formula would be more Temple said. "Bradford
Wednesday of
pesented night,is Fiberglass Slarke Griffis
A county rated at 100, such valid to him. Principal County dollar' a per- based on the present salary additional local funds, feeling became suspicious when he J & J CONTRACTORS,
the local tax load is
( heavy
Columbia receives the centage of the on taxes. .
i as Francis pointed out. schedule. noted that the steering con-
same amount of FTE funds it "We are discriminated "If we don't act now, with In addition to the above enough. trols and other
.'i'4 some assurity we'll have this increase expenditures, .............................. to the equipment pertinent were mjss-parts. All Types Cement Slabs, Drive Ways
albatross around our neck Temple also had when rain ruined his
budgeted for Annoyed : ing. Reporting suspicionsto
Patios, Porch Enclosures,
next year the superintendent an additional $35OOO in utili their plans, a ,vacationing the Bradford County
AT added.It ties. Present figures leave a couple asked an old gentleman Sheriff's office, Deputy John
NOW Block & Brick
? was on Attorney Pierce's $65,000 reserve fund. placidly rocking on the Dempsey was dispatched to
motion that the Chamber The budget also includes a hotel veranda "Where on investigate. A boat registration
board voted to have Temple's drastic cut, for one year! only earth do you find serenity?" issued to Rodney Harris All Work GuaranteedFree
TERWIILEGARMOTORS staff; assisted by Attorney. in teacher supplies. Suppliesthis "Well he said, "when it of Jacksonville was found in
Dudley Hardy, draft the letter year cost11.011II\ ()( ; Temple starts to rain, I let it." the cover of the outboard
I and mail it under the let- hopes to reduce (that amount,. Dalty Brown In."The wall Street motor. Harris had reported Estimates No Obligations
terhead of the Chamber of by up to GO.l)0.() Journal"' the theft to Clay County autho

Commerce. The Senate Education A pinch of today beats a rities of his trailer, boat and 473-2000 .
motor following a breakdown
of tomorrow. -
pound of the wheel of
right the trailer
Garbage Arnold H. Glaiow

t, 206 W. Madison Starke, 964.7200i (From Page 1)) ," '"' \,:, -

Trawick asks that any resi .<.,, "., :, .. .. h ht
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dent .
hauling his own garbage !, \ : :
: '
i haul it to the Keystone landfill .
which is open seven days per :,, .... .,, .. -
AI "'
;1' .
week until 5 p.m. .' I.
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The Keystone Heights city; /; tif" "
4r+ .
council voted unanimously \11.
Tuesday night to have its '. .",.,,,,'1\'..,.' "
attorney meet with the at-, '
torney of the Bradford County < ,.,. I
Commission to draw up a 10-'' .' ZING
year least for a joint landfill to ;"'1', INTO'i
be used only by Bradford
$ County and Keystone Heights
15ODIRECT Bradford County will main-
tian the land fill. Keystone
Heights would be required
only to construct a small
house and drill a well'at the

FACTORY site.Hard

Times. ,
REBATE ON (From Page 1)

$214,000; 78-79 $239,000; and ?
79-80 $261,000.
FORD COURIERJust The last secondary road
project undertaken by the
county was the paving of the
Santa Fe Lake road, SRS-21B;
pick the Courier you want to buy or lease some nine years ago. the new wave is so bold and bright .
from HOMETOWN FORD. Get our best deal. Then Bradford priority projects j !II/1/
get a cash rebate directly from Ford Motor Company listed with the DOT are I and so nicely comfortable. _
This rebate covers all new Couriers sold and resurface SR-229 from SR-16 _
delivered or ordered' between now and March 31.Don't northwest to county line; pave Show your colors. make,your stand .
1.3 miles of Pleasant Grove 'r _
wait. \ "
see us today
Road 3.8 miles of rise --
; pave and above the ordinary.
Delivery mull'be mlde within live,dee, _one. unit r.oe.!d. I Crawford Settlement, Road '1r I

*from SR-16 to SR-225; pave 2.6 You'll do it at .a.happydowntoearth ,
miles of Laura Church Road n .

131n [Iit I'from Old Lawtey end of hard Road surface northwest on price when you. .

Inventory _J ,and south to SR-16; pave one
t,1 mile of extension of Bessent
Road east and south to SR-230 PutyouroOtdn j

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