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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 20, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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LAWTEY ,. "We got a water system for you" engineer Ralph Eng told pleased '

Lawtey City Commissioners Robert Scott, Spurgeon Massey,and Barbara Jordan aftera

STARKE A county ordinance (No. 75-2)) enacted Feb. S surprisingly large number of bids ((17)) were opened Tuesday on construction of the "

26 by the Board of County Commissioners to control the S.- 55' proposed facility and found to run some $50,000 less than preliminary cost estimates. Ii

Bradford County Hospital, is unconstitutional and is null S, ,1 .- ':,* .' The low bid received for the water distribution system and well 'with Alternate 1

and void was the principal substance of a ruling issued by S- k'% 4 4l (ground storage tank) was $285.805 $61,660 less than the engineers'- estimate of .

Circuit Judge R.A. Green. Jr. Monday afternoon March ,, .'- Si 347465. ','

17.The :': s' Low bid received for the

declaratory judgment issued Monday halts, for the S S b t water distribution system and (

time being a,move by the Bradford County Commis- .5 5, -5 ,' :;._ ,. well with Alternate 2 i

sioners to take over the operation of the Bradford County rl'' (elevated tank) was $327,800

Hospital and to reserve unto the,county commissionersthe 4,14> .. ... $44.961 engineers'less estimate than the of ':/

responsibility for the appointment of members to the "Hungry'contractors gather from all parts of state before entering City Hall for bM opening 372761. i
hospital Board of Trustees.In on water protect. .S Eng was highly pleased with '.

the "good response" from
the past, four'special acts with the provisions of the contractors who overflowedthe
have been enacted in IttSI.. constitution and in conflict '
1953. 1961 and 11167 by Ihc-slak* with Chapter 27413 Special small Lawtey City Hall ,i
Federal Flood Insurance representing firms from Fort '1
legislature. aU regulating to Acts 1951 which provided the Myers to Albany, Ga. He
the establishment and
establishment of the Bradford '
attributed t the showof
the Bradford ? surprising S ...
operation) by County Hospital Corporation i interest to the present
County: Hospital Corporationwhose '
following a favorable economic recession "1
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trustees are'"appointed referendum on the question.The Plan Pushed At ( 'guess we have some stating hungry
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{ by the'governor/ court ruled also that the Dounty: contractors." ';

The ordinance adopted by amendment of Chapter 125.01 aA Referring to the unex-
the county commissioners by the legislature did not
pectedly large to be
"'l.bruary2..sought. the repeal specifically repeal those resolution, clearing the Cassell presented! 'citizens and officials. Local saved on construction sum of the
ul those special acts and I he special acts previously way for the emergency phaseof preliminary maps which.: 'interests have the right to water '
system. Eng said.
establishment of the Bradford enacted by the legislature Federal Insurance served as official notificationto 'appeal through the federal "Now S. .
County Hospital Authority with reference to the Program in Bradford County the county that it has flood- 'courts from the decisions of everywhere.we can He told run the it 4'Pct

'. LInIer Ihe "home-rule establishment and operationof will be presented to theCounty prone areas which must be government agencies 'con councilmen
|xvvers of the county.In tho: Bradford County Commission 'at its protected under the new Insurance cerning flood-prone areas should present consider they S <
seriously
arguments before Judge Hospital Corporation. April 7 meeting.If program. The count/ ;Cassell said.During -, extending the line northward : ,.
(:ireen.r Thursday.. March 13 Substantially I the controversy approved, flood insurance has one year after such- the emergency to include a prospective motel 'a
Attorney\ (!ene Shaw" between" the commissioners would become available to notification to get In compliance -, .phase of the program homes client at an estimated cost of ..-
representing the county and thc hospital owners of residential and with the program but. may be insured up to $35,000. around $17.000.benjamin .
commissioners contended trustees: at this point.. business property immediately" may come under it immediately -.!, and businesses; up to 100000. McCulley and .

that pursuant constitutional remains un-rcsolvcd und the on an emergency on an emergency' 4fter the regular period of the' John. F, Robertson two Attorney Gene Shaw greets engineer'' Ralph Eng at !,
w\lsion in liMiil! and other\ remedy will be sought by the basis at 25 cents per $100, basis if so desired. insurance program Is commissioners who had Tuesday \Wd opening.
rxstnee'' .... 'Hsione Iho. ,. tvaluow Ninety percent of the If the county does not 'loin in jftyati zed-homes be' in..
-.od".c1uIJII<',.x' 'that'.i-lme '-r"mm s v.t.r nest may .
S 'tounlies have the authority
u' special act, and, which begins April II. subsidized by. the Federal, year after notification--it Islands i business or industrial absent from the bid opening.. : '
referred l to, Chapter 125.01 The1 commissioners :uri government in the emergency to lose all federal buildings up to 200000. In the Attorney Gene Shawho Annual( County

which provides the authority ,,Used on February 27 and phase of the program.If assistance for acquisition and second, or regular! phase of was relieved of his duties as

lor counties to curry on the (See Page 161) a community did not join development of projects in the program. Hood insuranceis 1-awtey City Attorney by,. urecent eX
general functions of government the program, it would lose all flood prone areas of the capped at 50 cents per SIS( 32'ote.. but remains
including the establishment !federal assistance for any county. This could eliminate value. under contract I'or
as
attorney
hospitals* ) und other project that involved federal federal assistance grants on Under the program lending thewiiter nl'goliationsIis nil Fair
medical cure facilities. MisuseProbe funds Every lending backedby such projects as sewer plants institutions must require smile warmly congratulating SetApril2STARI

Al torncy Richard K.: %Velty.representing federal funds would have to which are usually located on insurance be I ore lending the three commissioners
the hospital require federal flood Insurance low ground, subject to money in Hood-prone areas of
present on their long battle to ners uill In- served on I lirst
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flooding. thecoUnl '. The Facing
Imard of trustees admitted! in those areas ) County Zoning obtain .
water
I ho nuide l designated flood Cassell said the initial flood Board must also regulatenew ) a facility.Bids season the Bradlord County cuiue. I lirst I served I basis,
point by attorneyShaw prone. submitted
\\ere !; in : in-cording to Bill I Horn). \((0111I'1)I''ltilll'nl. '
iiiul said. "lI there was These and other facts about plain maps were' hastily construction in Hood three phases bid the Fair is set to open In just ti: '\
: one on ,
no hospi ta I now I Ihl'fl'\\ould IK the new flood insurance drawn and are Inaccurate as prone areas requiring the \uiier distribution and days on Wednesday April 2.
no doubt about the were disclosed by far' as determining actual "living lloor" of homes to be system lor its annual four day run at Kxhibits: of livestock mill
county'siiulhorily program well Alternate
in setting one AssuredIn Robert Cassell. Flood Plain flood-prone areas. "However above the 100-year Hood level. ; I, on a ground the Bradford Fair Grounds on other agricultural anil homeproducts
up.
level
storage timkr and ) t'ral ts and) hurt 'allure I-
"But. under the' Florida Insurance Administrator, they do serve the purpose of Cassell described the loo-year Alternate elevated US-30t'north. .
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officially notifying the level as a "good \\IIrkinguverage" on an Final planning for thisyear's are expected lo be bigger
Constitution the power is notgiven !from HDD's Atlanta office ata county, \tank. The l tank to In-
(3 pcof \ this according to Fair
10 county governments public meeting here last that it has flood-prone areas, of flood conditions event expected to year
lo change special legislative ParkIn Friday. Attending the meetingwere he added. that might be expected in a used will be determined when attract over 40,000'isitors.. ,\ soc, I'resident (iaskins.The .
tests the
are completed on annual I .
acts.-\ Welly contended. local zoning officials, During the emergency particular area once every well to if chemical took place on Tuesday of this SI raw berryQueen
county commissioners, phase of the program, maps hundred years. He said that see week at a meeting of t the Itetiuty Pageantill( In
In (he ruling Monday. Judge\ a televised interview representatives of local will be corrected and revised nothing is actually prohibitedin treatment of the water is Bradford County Fair Board k-Id 1111'l'ur on Saturday

( ntcn referred to Article II. Tuesday night and Wednesday lending institutions, and real after which there will be a a flood prone area "except required to remoiron and and executive directors. March 21! : tit K p.m. in I the
Section I t IO that provides.. morning. State Representative estate and insurance agen coordinated study with consultation you cannot build in the middle hydrogen sulphide. If treatment The ever popular Bradford llradlord I High I SdlOulllutl.tor..
.counties not operating under' Frank Williams assured and in-put Irom local l'l'u 1 stream in u I lIood\\u).." is needed a groundSee County Fair has earned the ium. The pageant i is ,.sponsoredli
county chargers shut! have Channel 4 newsman. Sfe.t'I.unch. ( Page 16)govcrnme'ntal ) reputation of being one of the l> t the Junior Woman Club of
such power of self- therewould be no most Marke.
outstanding communityfairs
government( us is provided by whitewash of alleged misuse in the state according to I'etc Briggs Fun Zones will
general\ or special law. The of slate funds to perform work cies.City Fair Association President operate the fair midway with

Board of County Commissioners on' private concession-owned Wron'tJoin County Arthur Gaskins of Law Icy, new rides concessions and
of a county not facilitiesat Gold Head Branch Kecord attendance is ex- attractions lor the 1975: fair.
charter Slate Park.Williams.
operating under ti !d again this year Reduced price amusement
nuiy enact in '11 manner said. "No one'sgoing w at the ride tickets at live rides lor'
improvements
prescribed by general law. to tread on my toes fail include iUK- dollar tire available lor
this
grounds
county ordinances not InconsIstent adding he had had "three tele- year sale at 1 I the Chamber of
the and cleaning
with general orspecial phone' calls" urging him to painting steam Commerce office lictween !9
law backtrack on the investiga To Plan Future Growth 01'all buildings. improve'ments und
;but an ordinace in lion. in the livestock burn 11.ni. ;5 p.m. Monday
conflict with Reduced
a 'municipal that will increase the display through Friday.
(county I ordinance shall not Jimmy Crosby. aide to and parking price tickets cannot be purchased ,
area improved
bo effective within the Williams, said Wednesday STAKKE Keep it in the lime zoning director and one Commissioner Jimmy ( as leading to facilities currently under u II)'. at the fairgrounds and
had asked
that their office the
municipality ( ) to the of \\ill not be sold alter 5
county city, don't consolidate the of the first land use programsin McKae moved that neither dictatorship. p.m.
extent of such conflict. House Appropriations Starke city commission was the stale, or for the city to 1 the city zoning board's proposals Favoring the proposalswere Highlighting activities this Tuesday. April 1. according to
In effect the court found Committee to look Into the told Tuesday night, 'and the hire its own planner. be adopted. Commissioner !Mrs. Marguerite Hall ycarwihl be the visit of Shirley John Myers, lair general

' (that the ordinance adopted by matter "The committee put' council refused 4-1 to have the Marc Jackson and Zoning .Board ChairmanAl Cothran. Miss America 1975.: manager.Hide .
the commissioners its staff to work, and we ex- Both who will appear at the fair on tickets will also be sold ,
on county handle its zoning and It was a case. of those opposing seconded the motion Crosby.Speaking.
February 26. in conflict poet a report by the end of this Thursday. April 3. Miss in schools the week of
was future land use planning or to the merger speakingout Commissioner Harold Kpps: neither for or county
week. Crosby said. He added employ a full time zoning and those favoring it and Mayor Charles Schucler against the proposals, but Colhran will greet visitors to March 2428.Fair (.\.
'5- ii-*. am Resources (Department of its own. indicated after the meeting/ he doesn't oppose the proposal action on land use planning between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m., the bearer to admission all .
Parks and Recreation) is also
Only Commissioner Vernon but voted against II\ were Starke businessmanErvin and again that evening between four days can be purchased at
running an investigation into It was the recommendationof Silcox favored turning the because no one layering, the Andrews and local educator 7-9 p.m. the Chamber. of Commerce !

(the"If alleged misuse is of funds.out the city's own zoning board planning problems over to a proposal said an>thing to him. Joe Warren.. The third annual Bradford- office in Starke at $2 per
anything wrong that Starke turn over its but those who it did Union County 4-H and FFA
joint city-county board. but | ( opposed membership. General admission -. '
we're full time
there going to uncoverit. Only through a
." Crosby said. zoning and planning problemsto his mot ion died for 11 lack of ti contact him. paid "can the have Steer Show and Sale with a for children and adults at
the which has full would had person city record of 55 entries. will againbe
a have two'representatives
The charges, originally county second. Thecity the very best planning. !Mrs. A the fair gates is 50 cents.
a feature of the 1975 fair.
the
on county
aired by Channel 4 after park Hall told the council.
mal zoning board. A lee of l.GOO: ) big cattle show will be held MoiorboatTax
rangers reported alleged Tanker GasolineA Favoring a joint city-county: opening day. Wednesday.
HOLY WEEK practices to the station. con Spills per>ear would have been paid
Noonday Services cern the use of state funds and the county, but the city would zoning board would be giving April2. at7:30p.m.: in the live-
: Mar.24*Mar. 21 manpower lo repair roofs of major holocaust'was which was sent to the scene. have saved $2.tOO it now pays part of the city's sovereignlyto stock barn sho-arena. On Repeal Sought,
.w building inspector. Building the county. said Scanlan. Thursday 7 p.m. a swine
averted last
Two
concession-owned cabins anda narrowly Friday wreckers were requiredto
S 11. 12S0pm: : sprinkler system Installed in morning when a Chevron tank get the truck back upright per/nit fees in the city would "When you do that it's a loot show and sale will be held with By Rep. Williams \

Me'. ". Fellowship the yard of Carl Gillen who truck loaded with over 8.000 have been returned to the city, (See Page 16) the4.11 and .FFASteerShow. at Frank
HallLuncheon of collided The collision occurred as 7:30: p.m. on Friday followed Representative
has Gold Head concessions gallons gasoline The small city commission '
Williams D-Starke, hasrequested
the tank truck was tempting by the Steer Sale on Saturday
Served with a pickup truck on SR-231
under contract. meeting room was filled to
: Woman Dies the House Financeand
Public Invited a short distance east of' the to pass the pickup. which was the April 5. at 7 p.m.
In a previous Channel 4 Interview .capacity for public Taxation Sub.-Committee
hand
left turn.
S ; making a Miss Melanie Latain
.. with .,Capt. Tom, Lake Butler prison .reception In- hearing on the zoning propo- III ,to draw. up legislation
There
were no, personal Struck Car Herres-daughter of Mr. and
----- center, and overturned' in a By
Pellicer former director at ,sals. Eleven speakers voiced .
juries.,The tank truck driver Mrs.' Herb Herres of Starke. repealing the "molorboat
Gold Head. who'was transferred -, ditch. S opinions on the issue, most The license fee" which was
first recorded passed
: Public Health Three fire was charged with failure to year's and currently! reigning 1974
r last year to Ravine departments ,opposing either zoning. or any traffic in during the 1974 legislative
Nursing Council Gardens at Palatka Pellicer from the area answered the use due care on the highway.The move toward consolidationwith fatality Bradford Strawberry Queen, will officially \. session.

S Annual Meeting said that Gillen, who is a emergency call (Brooker. home'of the James F the county. Only memo night County when occurred a pedestrian Saturday apparently open the fair at a the ribbon fair "This law has 'worked an

director and president of Flo- Bradford County, and. Lake Creamer family on Ferguson bers and former members of walked into 'the path cutting ceremony at unbelieveable hardship on the
March. 25 1p.m.' rids Parks Concession. Inc., Butler and an attempt was of the city zoning board spoke in complex gates at U a.m. Wednesday
a Loop Road. west Lawtey, aLa car traveling south on US- weekend fishermansaid
made the of April 2.
Agrl.' Bldg. to out ,
gas '
private concern operating pump suffered 80 cent da In favor of the proposals. Williams S
.
per mage 301.' _
but The Starke Club will
Public" 'Invited the tank, several thousand Rotary
concessions In State Parks a fire about Opposing the move were rWe have to
starting 8 p.m. Shirley Teague Woodard, got quit putting S
: Cs.SusysI .throughout Florida had asked 'gallons spilled on t'le.' 'ground' ? Wednesday. !March 12. Con- city residents Joe Scanlan. 42 of Lawtey, died in the accident sponsor Its annual RuralJrban'lay -, a tax or license fee on
: .' him,: for 1 favors .concerning., in the process. tents were also a partial loam. former governor Charley which occurred at 1:45': picnic at the fairgrounds -' everything wev can find.
; :\ ';'QHr 'Olammurtttufttatt f ;"'operation of tht'.concesalon.. Firemen managed to keep It Is believed that the fire' /Johns., Dewey Williams. and p.m. Saturday in front of the, fried chicken opening day dinner; serving'a Somebody has got, to start .' 4
'Pellicer also Said he was the 'gas from; Igniting*by resulted from an electric ,Building Inspector Oscar 301 Lounge north of Starke from thinking about the lax-payer I ,.i;
'Sank forced out"of his position at spraying it three or four times shortage.' ,Crosby.Three members of the according to reports from the noon until 1 ..p.m.Dinner< and think this law is a good

_.._ .. tiold Head because he would with foam and all but about Fire departments from John Birch Society Paul Highway Patrol. tickets may be purchased for! one to start with" : '. '

S. j' ,4 *c .T..NSI I -.. :Up... not _comply with all the 1,000 gallons was> pumped Lawtey,. Kingsley Lake, and Ming. Vince Kay and Fred No charges were filed one dollar from any Rotarian Williams Is a member of the : "
5.:P1dsra4 D..sI.. __ ...... requests made of him by. his back into the tank and,later the County Volunteers answered 1 Johnson. exposed zoning in against the driver of the car, or at the main gate of the fair- House 'Inant't..and Taxation :ICommi1t ,.
;; '' transferred another; truck nJtermed I grounds." One thousand din- .. .,.... .
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1 Henry Block Open Miss Sinclair House.Honored ThursdayMiss at C Sfcceal SPide TT77c'i;


has 17 *
reasons Evelyn Sinclair, April plant pink and white azaleas
and bridal wreath.
why should 6 bride-elect was honored at
you an open house Thursday The punch table in the Flo-
come to us for March 13, at the home of Mrs. rida room was covered with a GfaJyi moot Society! traitor, 9647608Phyllis

Eve Godwin on E, Call Street cutwork cloth and centered .. ... ._-. _.._..___.____.._.._. _
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income tax given by Mrs. Janet Turner with a silver punch bowl
help. Mrs Eve Godwin Mrs. Bill encircled with white daisies
Glover Mrs Harold Godwin and ivy. Mrs. IIII Adams and Mrs. Stephen Tilley Norma Lou Redding
Mrs. John Myers and Mrs. Mrs. J.E. Hardy poured

Reason 16. We'll try to Alice Barron. punch. "Coffee" Honoree I '
do everything we can Mrs Eve Godwin greetedthe Also assisting in serving and
guests at the door and presented caring for the guests were
to save you money. them to the honoree Mrs Charles Darby Mrs. Saturday At Felos .w 4
After all, we want your and her mother Mrs. Clyde J,G. Godwin and Mrs R.P.
business again next Sinclair who stood in the McLendon.One Mrs Stephen Tilley a
year. receiving line. hundred and thirty recent bride was honored at a of
Mrs, Barron invited the guests were invited to call "coffee" Saturday morning
guests into the dining room for between the hours eight and given by Mrs P.G. Felos at
refreshments. The table was nine-thirty. Those from out-of- her home on Bessent Road,
C covered with an imported town were Mrs N.K. Hurst Mrs. II.C. Brown grandmother
apphqued I cloth over pink Mrs. George Moore, Mrs. Joe of the honoree, ( )
linen and centered with a four McElroy and Mrs A.W, Rohl- greeted the guests at the door St.
branch silver epergnette hold- wing of Indianapolis Ind. and standing/ in the receivingline .
ind four pink tapers and an Mrs.,Sinclair and Miss Sin were the honoree, her
arrangement of pink and clair were presented with corsages mother Mrs. TG Ritch of
QIl1BLOCM] white daisies carnations and the. honoree was Jacksonville and Mrs. W.E.
TNI IHCOHI TAN PIOPLI pompoms and baby's breathe. also given the cofte pot to her Tilley t
118 N.WALNUT Mrs S.G. Denmark and Mrs. evwjtfJay cHma from her hos- The refreshment table in the and r
.' 964-8286 II.M. Hatcher Jr. presided at tessevas! a"rnemento of the dining room was covered witha with
the iced coffee punch bowl. occasion white organdy cloth and !:
9-6 Mon-Sat
Open
,$ Throughout the party rooms centered with a crystal tiered Griffin

t) were arrangements of shrimp! Dinner and Dance epergne filled with fresh fruits 1
James Henderson
and white daisies. Mrs Janet ,

Breakfast is now Being Served at Held at St. Edwards gold Turner coffee poured service coffee and from Mrs.a Engagement Told line 'i

James Reddish poured iced
Members and friends of St. Mr. and Mrs. M.
S & G Restaurant coffee. Wesley
Edward's Catholic Church Assisting in serving were Griffin of Hampton announce : t ;;
.. The Old Tucks Drive In enjoyed a covered dish dinner, Mrs. J.E.i+ Denmark' Mrs. the, engagement and ap\ in t (
and dance in the parish-hal\,dfr. John Kopelousos and Miss ':proaching marriage of their of l

Fresh Krispy Cream Donuts Sunday evenings Marc11-.l6f",;i.Ufara';l !beth Kopelousos. daughter, Phyllis Gail, to : "
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Mrs. Robbie Shallgp gvaSrt: ., James
1" Mrs:F* os presented Mrs. Michael Henderson
BREAKFAST SERVED TILL 10 A.M. charge; ( rrangements.. 44'Tilley witlua silver'bowl as a 'sOl}of Mr. and Mrs. James H. i i:4\

................................................. had the bll decorated i that,! :'i i.mementoof 4j hc xxcasion ''Henderson, of Raiford. 1:1'I:4
St.. Patri ;!:I.ley {leUGisBY > \ '?**jjhqy-f iv'e"gMWta were m- The bride-elect is a gra-

Fresh Sea Foods & Southern Fried furitibaffair. lht.a; m1)ei'Jq" .. Rv"y,-.,.t. do( call between the hours,, duate of Bradford High School ;
ChickenOpen :;; .11 a.m. and-.12:30: p.m. *and is currently employed as' '
a secretary at Sunland School
o iowowo+iowoNo oeoi
.a,
Sunland Center in Gainesville.
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Under New Management ,.,:-.t/: "" ', f
Mr Henderson is also -
Mr, hnd.Mrs. R. O. Dansby'vi ,. a graduate '.
Spring Sale alA ;, ;
Horace & Doris Gann & Smith Brown & Carlwood/ -' ite and
Dansby m Perry Sunday.: attended Bob Jones University -
Institute of Christian

--- f Service\ in Greenville S,C. He and
> is currently serving with the> in,

MALDNE will rebate y Q'up' to '<'. aboard U.S. Navy the Submarine as a Seaman USS

;f Casimir Pulaski He is statiqred .
;' ) in New London Conn:
$" .' The wedding will be an blue

|OO if you buy famous *event at"7 of p.m.Friday in the September Hampton 5 blue

Baptist Church in Hampton- '
.e # with reception immediately
following in the church fellow-, \

J2ega& mattress. .. I fslflp hall. : blue
I* All friends and relatives ofhe ,-.,
( couple are invited to ate / '
lelid the wedding and! \
the h
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Mary Sue UnHr |II| Eastern Star
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Honoree At Pa. ties Supper March 22

Miss Mary Sue Underhill cloth and centered with an
April 26 bride-elect was arrangement of pink carnations Starke chapter No. 224, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Smith Mrs. Ola Mae Sapp entered Mrs. Mark Hamilton and
t et t+ honored at a luncheon Wednesday white pompoms? and Order of the Eastern Star, will and daughter, Sarah visited Alachua General .pitallast children and George Hamiltonof
f S March 12, breath. Bridal have a covered dish supper
given by baby's place relatives in Jasper over the the weekend
Thursday for observation
and Tampa spent
JVirs.)\ Lamar Saturday, March 22, at 7 .
Williams and cards marked the seating p.m.in weekend.Mr. .
treatment.Mr. with their'parents, Mr.l'undMrs.
rj* 1: t' f f'i fi Mrs. Edwin Williams at the arrangement for the 15 guests. the Masonic Hall.
and
f Mr.
+ 't + S. W. Hamilton
lpb+ All Masons and their
home of the latter on Church The hostesses presentedMiss and
Mrs. Herbert
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and Mrs. F. V. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier.
Street. families are invited to attend Herlongof
Underhill with an elec- Thomas spent the weekend in
tJ A/ 1 The luncheon table was tric can opener as a mementoof Lakeland Jacksonville were Ssnday
; visiting Mr. and A. Russell
covered with white linen evening visitors of his mother Mr. and Mrs.
a
of the
the occasion. Each
Mrs. J. W.
II rM+ ry guests gave the honoree one of Mrs. B.G. Ferguson McNeeley. Mrs. W. F. Herlong. Norman were in Orlando
where Mrs. Norman
Sunday
Y!.Wti Nursing Council their favorite recipes, ,';: Stork Shower Mr. and Mrs. William Mrs. Marc Jackson and attended a slate scholarship
rY "r w q it fit. ; Coulter of Arcadia were week- daughter Priscilla were in committee meeting of the
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.,i. Annual Meeting Honoree SaturdayMrs. end guests of Dr. and Mrs. Williston Tuesday to attend a Delta Kappa Gamma Society
R.E. Dopson. They all at-
birthday party for Garnet
Tuesday, March 25 Miss Underhill was complimented tended Holiday On Ice Saturday Smith on her fifth birthday.
M at bridal .
r'r a Tupper- Bob Ferguson was night. Spring Sale at '
: ware shower Thursday honored at a stork shower A. Brown & Carlwood
v _____ The Public Health Nursing March 13, at the home of Miss Saturday afternoon in St.
; Council will have its annual'' Kathy Brown on Palm Street. Mark's Parish Hall with Mrs. Spring Sale at
: meeting Tuesday, March 25, Each guest selected a pieceof R.A. Stanwix-llay Mrs. A. Brown & CarlwoodMr. Mr. and Mrs Gilbert
at 8 \>.m. in the Agriculture from list Bill Goldwire
Tupperware a Philip Vellenga, Mrs. were in Ocala
d Building.A "Mock Council Meeting"will which had previously been Shields and Mrs.. R.E. Welty .' and Mrs. James 8 Saturday visiting Mrs. W. II.
selected by Miss Underhill. as hostesses. Peebles.
W ; highlight the program, Assisting in serving refresh- Arrangements of spring Montuoro and daughter ..
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r bd Christie of
i Tampa theweekend -
followed by refreshments. The spent .
ments to the 25 invited guests flowers were used as decora I .
of +y'tl'.i public is invited to attend. were Mrs.John C. Greene and tions. with her parents, i'<<;:
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin.
Mrs. Tracy E. Griffis. Thirty guests were invitedto Spring Fever Got You Down
call between the hours two
Lynne JohnsCelebrated and four o'clock.DUPLICATE. Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs.were Ogden weekend Batesof Take A Spring Vacation I;

13th of Mr. and Robbie
guests Mrs.
Shaller. See Marge At Your Local

6Lt'+ i y.n Birthday March 7 BRIDGE
RESULTS Mrs Travel Agency I
Lynne Johns celebrated her CLUB George Moore, Mrs.
Two couples tied for first Joe McElroy and Mrs. A. W.
tylli % 13th March birthday 7, when on her Friday mother, Lt. and Mrs. James B. Godwin place in the quarterly tour Rohlwing of Indianapolis Ind. Town Finance
Mrs. Robert Johns, gave a Jr. of Wurzburg Germany nament at Duplicate Bridge were last Thursday and
the birth' of Tuesday night. They were: Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
slumber party for her and 12 announce a 226 N. Temple 964-7449
ft.s girl friends at their home on daughter Colleen Foley, born Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riddle T. H. Slade and Mrs. Clyde .
N. Epperson Street. March 17 in Wurzburg. and Hilda Dey and Rhea John- Sinclair. Loans Up To Income Tax
The girls enjoyed a snack Grandparents are Mr. and, son. Eva Mathewson and Jeff
supper and birthday cake Mrs.J B. Godwin Sr. of Lake Wrenshall were second and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bettes of ,2,500 Done
which was in.the shape of a Butler and Col.! and Mrs. Mrs. S.W. Hamilton and Mrs. St. Augustine were weekend r
horseshoe. Frank Foley of Indiatlantic. F.J. Shaw were third. visitors of their parents, LTC
and Mrs. V. J. Spengler. ..
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United In Marriage March 14 r

Miss Monteen Jeanelle crepe gown with empire
Brewer daughter of Mr. and waistline and long flowing


of and Mrs.Futch Mr.Phillip H.W.of and Starke.Brewer Steven Mrs.were of M.Futch Melrose Benton unitedin son, cap knit train,covered butterfly hemline accented with trim.and at white cuffs the Her waistline bridal Juliet with L! : 1 I 1 j (lJJ' I v: cri i iOpen !


marriage Friday, March 14, lace secured her floor length
at 7:30: p.m.- in the Grace veil which was trimmed with
Baptist Church in Starke. white bridal lace. She carrieda lll&i&;4uria i u. I..11C1.: '(;U
Hev. Leon T. Odom performed nosegay of white carnationswith U.S. 301 South Starke Fla.
the nuptials.Highlighting two lilac orchids in the
the altar were center and baby's breath. The Mon Wed 9 to 8 Thurs Sat 9 to 9 Sun 12 to 6
baskets of lilac gladioli, lilac bride made her gown and veil Speckled Malted Milk
daisies and white carnations and the attendants' gowns.A .
against a background of two reception was held in the
circular candelabras and one church hall where baskets of
arched candelabra with burn- flowers from the church were Golden "T" EASTERGRASS Large
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ing tapers. used as decorations. Mrs. Ida "
Airs. L.A. Canova, pianist, Sue Schmitt greeted the : i, f .f FILLEDJ.fJfjP'
and Mrs. Jackie Chapman, guests at the door and Miss :\
soloist presented a programof Yvonne Hooks kept the guest .
nuptial music. book. *
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Mr. Futch attended his son The bride's table was ., :: EASTERBASKETS
as best man. Ushers were covered with a white lace
Ralph Yaggi and Lane Powell. cloth with a lilac lining. Cen- 2/ Ounce baa' of green '
Junior usher was Wayne tering the table was a white !< Easter Grass..IIonflamma. M '
Gray. wedding cake balanced by ble. A must for every Easter "AA '
I'<, Mrs. Dorine Cantrell served; candelabras. decorated with, + Basket. An Eastertime Sav t
as matron of honor.. She wore daisies..Mrs"SchmUL..cut thes -
rt'ari. A-line, dress ''with empire; cake and was assisted'by Miss ings.
''"waist lilac chiffon white u Nettle MissTPearl r' ij'
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Wynn p' 'a
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taffeta. She carried a nosegayof Rhoden. Mrs. Sandra Craw "
lilac and white carnations ford and Mrs. Lanette Griffis. ., .r A4 filled with many different tin ilu ? "w '
and baby's breath. Following a wedding trip to candies and toys for Boys' and i Ayt' 3; r <
Belly M. Matthews and Eve North Carolina and Tennesseethe 37Flared Girls'. Shop now and Save! Big )s+ w '. ,; '
Kutch were bridesmaids and couple is residing in Easter Savings at T.G.&Y. i+ !a
Cindy Odom was junior' Starke. r xrji.; f 5fis
bridesmaid. They wore gownsof The bride is a 1974 graduateof ,iwws
polyester summer breeze Keystone High School, a YOUR CHOICE
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Set For Sun.The 'I
Mrs. Lex Green visited Mr. State
From BHS Go To
and Mrs. W. H. Ga'een'.ln' 20 mile Bike-A-Thon
q Tallahassee last Thursdayand !Sponsored;r by the Starke .. ,
n1 ,k h Friday. Clvitan Club and by the George Acosta, mark' Mitchell -
Bill Hemme
alternates
r 23 will to state' were
h projects go Marlha Williams, Lynn
a Bradford High School Donald Graham and Greg
Mrs.S.L. Peek Sr. and son, Clvmettes is all' set for Sunday competition( after winningfirst Jackson, Manuel GuerreroNancee ,
I Darby Peek of Lake City were March 23.Mayor places in the Region 4 Sweat Koon, Ronnie
in Gainesville Sunday visiting Charles Schaefer has Science Fair last Thursday Junior division alternatesare Tomlmson. Guinn \Valdron I
W. Mrs. Jean including eight students from' Sherri Padgett\ and Joan
ls.i9t Mrs.C. Chalker proclaimed March 23 Bike-A- Diane Crews lorry
Bradford and 12 from Union
and Miss Elise McGill C'ochrtm.
Darby Jones .Thon day in Starke. All High. Carver Melissa
proceeds will go' to the Each'of the five counties, niaiilii ml"" ''T! I
Miss Priscilla Pickering of Bradford-Union Associationfor .
Bradford, Union Columbia
1 Lakeland was Wednesday retarded citizens.All .
and Hamilton
ldarla overnight guest of her persons riding are combined Lafayette to make 100'' t
d- grandmother Mrs. L, N, required to get sponsors to !
projects, with most of the
TN"o ;'
Pickering. pay them so much money per winners coming from Union t ,.. ,"i
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mile for the 20 miles
and Bradford. 'J;
Miss Maretta Rowe of The riders will leave at 2 i ,a (
Chuck Hutcheson. !from .
Pikeville, Ky. was guest of pm. from the Florida Bank Bradford took top honors in .. III ,. ..
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Costello at parking lot and will travel xl I IW .Jt .
the senior biological with .
Ir Brooklyn Lake last week when down 11-230 and will take a study of outflow from the iJ"J" 'IIJ ." : .. .'_
their daughter Stella Jane break at Strickland's store at sewage disposal plant in J:
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was home for spring vacation Strickland's Landing. Starke. Diane Nelson, also ... ""
from Pikeville College The riders will then return from Bradlord won the senior ,.. .&.:.... t"C ... ...'
by way of SR-16 to Walnut physical science.Other .,, .... ,. .
Among those attending and will end back at ; .oc
Street
up winners in the senior .
11 1d Ice the .., ... .. J .
Holiday on during .the Florida Bank parking lot. biological are listed with .11I. '
weekend were: Mr. and Mrs. All riders are reminded to school and project: Silvia .., ..... ...........,, ,
( "' ,..,
Charles Hardy Mr. and Mr turn in one copy of sponsor list Acosta UC The Search for .. ,: ,}'- .
3k aJr Robert Milner. Jr., Mr. and al the beginning of the ride. New Substances For the I IA .c .
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Mrs. Ed Strube Mrs Gary All persons under 18 years of Identification of Blood t .. ,...... '
Buckley Mrs. Steve Thomas, must have consent slip ""
The Bicentennial spirit was evident in costumes worn by age Anitgens-Plant vs. Blood
some members attending Woman's Club luncheon last Wed Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Kinsey signed by a parent of guardian Sera;Robin Chism, BC; Mark
nesday. Standing (from left) Mrs. E.B. Searing, Mrs. C.N. and children Mrs. John These must be turned l in Clark, Col., Idnetification of P.J. Jenkins does more work on his science protect at the
Miller and daughter Marv with the copy of sponsor list Antibacterial Substances on
Christy Mrs. G.J.
McGriff Sr. Mrs. Gladys Wasdm. Region Science fair last week
Seated Mrs. Harry M. Hatcher, Jr., and Mrs. C.A. Knight.'I Anne Kathy Struth, Janice before departing for the bike Garlic; Melanie Hale, UC, sssissssssss ssss'
Joc-kel Mrs. Bob Ferguson trip Phototaxis on Euglena;
Presented A und daughters Miss Karen Claude Mathews, Col., FRESH FROM OUR FARMSTRAWBERRIES
Bicentennial t
Program Reddish Miss Esther Behaviorial
; Technique 1.
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Pearson Mrs. Bobby Pear 1JoJ Displayed by Ants; Karen .: '
son Mrs. Nita Richardson, Powell, BC Curtis Richards
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Woman Club Luncheon Meeting ,.: Mrs. A, G. Loudon and son "' Irvin W. Dyal of Graham on UC The Effect of Gum !Naval; .
enjoyed a
surprise party
Sonny Miss Pam Dobbs and March 12 Stores To The Pine; Diane !'. ..
his 78th birthday on &
"Find. something to do and school, and the Florida State business session following'thc Mrs. Jack Carter and given by his family and Yawn BC.Senior 49
it" Matthews' Bicentennial exhibit for the t a t .children. Physical Sciences "
do was Eugene ogram. t., s friends, Dinner. birthday cake 11yt"
recommendation to all mem- 1976! Bradford County Fair. I ,, 'i,,und ice cream were served. Diana Nelson, BC; Hope HH Wr
IX.TS at the Wednesday luncheon Matthews concluded his ', Mr. and Mrs. A, Itus'ellNorman ,'f Barrington UC The Affect of
and meeting i of the talk with slides showing the .. were visiting ,.'jn ':: Mrs. J. D. Odom, Jr. attended Amino Acids on the Germination PINT'
\\nni.i n's Club of StarkeMr Bradford courthouse from o..I'IJ / of Seeds
old ; Phillip
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real estate appraisel
4 a
.LJ ';Riviera Beach with Mr. acid)
GREE'trii
Matthews, vicechairman the time of its construction in ::1"I I Mrs. F. E. Curley on Thur "'. class at the University of Jenkins, BC; Hans Silijen- i NS
ol the Bicentennial 1902! to the present Mrs I ,.1 '. Georgia in Athens Ga. from stom Col., Identifying Svn-
Steering\ Committee tor Brad- Delano Thomas served as pro Mrs. W H. (Hart, Mrs. Ella - lord \County explained l that jectionist. Moodv and Mrs. Edith I Laurie Schretzmann UC, the
of
'Ito r ; American Institute Ap-
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last :, Local admittances Friday
to Mrs. L.A. Canova presenteda Christiansen were of
the emphasis was Biochemistry GerminatingSeeds.
major CELERY
stress a better\ May of life InlIwrica musical program, including night dinner guests of Mr. and ;Bradford County Hospital this, !: praisers., CARROTS
composed of Mrs Mike May in Ocala ,.weck Include: Mrs. Trissie
\ There tire three a r Mrs. Junior Division Biological
luarll't Mrs. F. H. Kramer enjoyed I
themes Heritage '76" will Bill ,.Mrs. Carl Hurst. celebrating the birthday of McCalister, Hampton: Mrs dinner in Jose Acosta UC, Study of 0
emphasize what made us Mrs. Neil Crawford! and Mrs Mrs Hart. Hazel Hall Emery Lewis':. a family birthday at Bacterial Lucleic Acid: 15 15
her honor last Friday night STALK
\\emBradlordCounty/ Bobby Tajlor, dressed in 1776 i!i Mrs. Christie Edson. Mrs. Aurora Acosta UC. The Effect PKG.
the Sheraton Inn Orange
should know something about period custumes. They sang Mrs. Pearl Colson and Mrs. Alma Starling. Mrs. Paulette in of Saline Solutions on
and Beneath A Weeping Willow'sShade" Shi Smith and children were in Williams. Charles Schmltt Park. Attending were Mr.
the historical places Fresh Water Snails; Terry
und "Enraptured<< l I Orleans Friday to and Tullie Norman. Starke: t Kramer Mrs. A.J. Barry and YELLOW
New
happenings here and in surrounding Dukes UC The Use of Animal .4j
and Mrs.
I area"Festival Gave. accompanied by Mrs. Tuesday visiting relatives ', James Eunice. Law ley; Earle family and Mr. Bi-Products as a Nutritional ,
Kamareddine.
U.S.A.." the C'anova at the piano. These Grantham. Lake Butler; Mrs. Tarek Stimuli on Plants; and Keith
second theme will emphasize songs were composed by Mrs Charles Fink and son i Susanne Short Kaifo J;,.. Misses' Louise and Etta Azopki, Col., Experiments CORN ,.,:". .\<'" '
travel in the United' States to Francis Hopkinson in 17IH5 and of Green Cove Springs visited Richard Cunningham and G3. With Crow Gall Bacterium. ,10
learn to appreciate our own "Weeping Willow" is said to her mother,1\lrs. Ella: Moody Mrs. Patricia Suter. Keystone Kripp of Columbia S. are Junior Physical Science 99'
country. .l't'S! plan our vacation have been George Washing. on Monday. l Heights.! ,> spending ten days Powell.with their Clint Wilson. UC. A Study ol EARS
Mrs. L. G.
to visit one of our many ton's favorite song. sister Solar Healing; Rhonda
historical 1 I hitl'S."lIoriLon The speaker was introduced tf.W-' Fischer UC. The Effect ol
'7t," theme three by Mrs. C.A. Knight, a member I Amylase and Protrase on the
will provide projects| of our of the Brudl ord County Bicentennial Growth of Bacteria: Donna Norman's Farm
choice which may \take years Steering Committee Samons, BC Can Vibrations
to Iil1lsh. VV e should engage in who was dressed in 7NlAW4I Form Patterns; Cathy Smith.
working, together in a better colonial' costume. .L'i UC The Effect of Gases on Produce Market
way t lo.jiive jssue I!; to our County Judge Kl/ie San- : Sound Waves.
dreams: \\61'\rl*'ller world' e-xWW OH.lirh1.tifc, '.ind"othtfr".otjjcjers ,. ., < I Senior division alternateswere
w.4i. ,"PaP) \ pi l -...\:Bicenlen-- 1 and members of 'the ,,... : Debbie'Mitchell Beth 617 N. Temple Avc.9646O71 .
vial \CoinniflKMinitade} ) recon UBeii4iltolnniitteklu'vli'introduced) : -- -, fWNSWlasnlrss IALS DaxisPAnlhony; Franklin.( ;
si rue I ion ol the old county and applauded! lor II Mimi Scott, and John Sumons Open /lionSatJust
court house, reconstruction of their efforts in this nationwide ... ;----' a band stand in %Vain"right observiinceMrs V
Park on Church Street recondition Eugene Tanner, club /' 7 onGold Arrived
ol one building at RJE president conducted a brief "

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time) for each day you work on the TRADE TO TORO TODAYWE
weekend.

5. You should be paid at an hourly rate of BOXWOOD ,$ WE TAKE MOWERS IN TRADE-

no less than 333. REGARDLESS OF CONDITION

6. You should receive regular promotionswith Off *1" ( Sale Models Excluded)
pay raises for your length of em- AZALEAS

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7. Your part-time job must not interfere with LIGUSTRUM) $1" WE HAVE HAHN MOWERS
another full-time civilian
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8. You should receive additional education at

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that will aid you in civilian life. Price

9. You should be given $300 worth of cloth- DRIVE TRAIN

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your part-time job, and as it wears out he
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I'. Basic. :Program Outlined To School BoardSTARKE j

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.Proposed 1975-76 some $3.5 million from the Elementary school supply lose a teacher, two, aides, and going to$144,678 from$159.371 BALDWIN
elementary and middle school state for operations next year, funds are sliced drastically In .6 of a librarian, i this year.
programs which have been "....give( or take$50,000 either the new budget, from $21 this
cut but still termed "educa way." .year to a projected $6'per For Maximum Beauty Within the next several'
tionally sound" by the administration There Is basically no differ student per year.prolected weeks, plants and CHEVROLET
were explained ence in the school funding pupil-teacher shrubbery should get -OLDS
Monday night to the Bradford programs being touted by elementary and SPRAYSHRUBBERY spring sprayings to control
Gov. Askew and Sen. Robert middle school next Js 1-
School Board in a lengthy .year seal Insects, whiteflies
work session. Graham, D-Miami, chairmanof 28. aphids, red spiders
The board was to meet the Senate Education Six teachers will be cut from & other Insects.All .
again Committee, Temple. By the middle school, but the
yesterday (Wednesday, says
March 19)) at 5 p.m. with its changing funding weights of ratio won't go higher than 1-28 spring sprayings 9) USED CARS
architect on the 1975.76 building different subjects or by varying because BUS teachers will be should be don now, before !
the dollar value of Full teac 1ng more and planning
program, then attack theproposed a hot weather sets In.
1973-76:>> programs for Time Equivalent (FTE unit) less. Principal Lennacd NOW!"
Bradford High School and the student, the state can vary to Register says he will depart Our stall ol
administrative budget. some degree what, different mentalize instead of team trained professional
Latest figures from the counties will receive for teaching. I 'servicemen 1973 OLDSMOBILE 88 4 Door Sedan
state schools but not to a great Southside Elementary will 10.IDA are ready to serve ,
of *
Department Revenue,
which Supt. Jim Temple distributed degree 'will the total dollar lose one teacher, two clerks, :;. you. Power steering, Power brakes, air conditioning, radio & heater
Monday night, show value for education statewidebe and $9,000 in supply funds, EST REAL NICE CLEAN CAR.
that,Bradford's school operations changed, Supt. Temple Principal Dewey McKinneysaid. 0..01 Free' Inspection 2895
budget will be sliced says. The total budget will and estimates
some $304,737 next year, to Total proposed view budgetfor drop from$365,000 this year to ....- Phone 964-5745
$3.5 million from $3.8 million all five elementary $330,184 next year.
this year. schools, Brooker, Hampton, Starke Elementary will lose 1973 CHEVROLET IMPAU 4 Door Sedan

Temple, his staff, and Lawtey,Southside,and Starke one teacher, and several Power steering power air conditioning, vinyl top,
school principals have Elementary, for 1975-76 is support people and $9,000 in I brakesl
already come up with a $1,116,424, a cut of some supplies, its budget going to tires.X2195 .
balanced budget for 1975-76 $75,000 for all five schools. $373,826 from 401908. E. L NORMAN
using the new figures being Proposed figures cut about Brooker Elementary will
flung out by Gov. Reubin $75.000 out of the middles lose half a teaching unit. .4 ofa .
Askew and the Senate Education hool and $75,000 from the librarian, its budget going to 1973 OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS "S" COUPE
Committee. high school program. $111,964 from $122,500.
he is convinced that Temple state says officials Remainder of some $400,000 Hamp on/'s/ budget .will SAYS Green paint with dark green vinyl top
have already decided will be cut from administration actuallyincrease $6,000 to : ROVEa WE NICE CLEAN USED CAR with air conditioning.
they will put about$1.9 billion Supt. Temple says. $133,000 because a higher VE THE BES $
Actually the schools will qualified with more
statewide into education next person
year, that legislators) might lose closer to$360,000 in funds, seniority will replace an k'' APPLIANCE
change formulas and ratios, because to be added to the annual contract teacher, OLDSMOBILYE
but that in the end the dollar $304,737 in state funds cut is a Principal Tom Casey said. 1972 98 TOWN SEDAN
figure varies statewide over a $70,000 prior year adjustmentthat Hampton will lose an aide and -3 Loaded with extras and a one owner.
few hundred thousand. Bradford County must ..2 of a librarian. '
Thus the superintendent is repay the state next year. Lawtey Elementary will S2995
convinced that Bradford y .
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County schools will receive Irtom 1972 CHEVROLET IMPALA CUSTOM COUPEOne

Warning Shot owner with Power steering, power brakes, air i
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.Hi: CourthouseSTARKE 1972 FORD CUSTOM 600 4 Door ,a

A warning shot Power steering, power brakes, air conditioning,
rang out, the bullet drilled a GOOD SOLID TRANSPORTATION/ ,
neat hole through the closed
door of the State Auditor's SPECIAL | 295 SPECIAL
office and burrowed into the
north wall of the county
courthouse, bringing an 1973 OLDSMOBILE 88 4 Door,Hard Top I
escaping death row
prisonerto
a rapid halt. Allstatefe Black & gold, New white side wall tires. ''', .

"I had just completed Only 28,000 Miles CLEAN .,
fingerprinting him and office
handed him a paper towel to new at 2995
clean his hands when he broke ,
and ran into the west hallway GEORGE ROBERTS INSURANCE Inc. '
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of the courthouse going north. 986 N.Temple Ave. Starko,Fla Chef. 1973 CHEVROLET VEGA WAGON : .
He rounded the and
corner -
made his way to the north yt.r Super nice 12,000 miles with air conditioningSAVE

stairwell of the courthousewith Closer by to help _, 2Orange .A BUNCH HERE.
all of us in pursuit. The *
warning shot stopped him. It joLiftup v removable cooktop 2495
youmore.
1 was all over in a split second. .
Everybody was on top of himn '. Can't-spill oven rack
?rr no time at aU," said Chiefdeputy n '. 'Super-sensitive heat Qualifies/, For 12,000 Miles or 12 MonthMotor.Jnsurarice
.--Robert .Green :in- tYr, I S 1f>. ... n' -_I"" ..... '; ,__ control ,.. '*".. '
f! by James Adams an escapeattempt, death row' ... d _... ... o I \ dorp., .' 6ftUsed\ CarWarranty"

inmate form Florida State "fI5995GENERAL

Prison.Adams' ,'39, under sentence OJ Modal 113W-1 __ t4' DEMONSTRATORS: *
of death for first degree murderfromSt.LucieCounty -
was Find out'how we may be .
imprisoned in the maximum able to help save you time, ELECTRIC

security Florida(State death Prison row) in sectionof 1973. money and bother with Automatic Dryer has 1 1974 .IMPALA 4 Door Sedan
almost any Insurance need.
On August 14, 1974 Adams From life to business to boat :Sensor, Permanent Press Power brakes V8
steering, power automatic
committed an attack upon to auto. Just stop In and .Automatic: dry cycles include'regular,,
Corrections Officer:handmade G. E. meet us. permanent press and delicate?n transmission& air: conditioning Blue and White
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Green using a
knife in the assault and was We can give you some .Sensor control: monitors tempera tares 6
charged with possession of a neighborly advice about terminates cycle when clothes. dry

.,and weapon assault by a with state intent prisoner to Allstate value.See you soon? $229 2 1 974 IMPALA 4 Door Hard Top Sedan

commit murder, for which he I
Phone 964-7826
had been brought to trial in : Both equipped with power steering, power brakes,

Bradford County Circuit air conditioning. Real clean and ready to go.
Court. SawyerSladeGas
The jury returned a verdictof ,One tan and one light green
guilty toaggravated assault & Appliances
and guilty to possession of a
Allstate
weapon by a state prisoner. 322 W. Madison St.Starke 1-1975 OLIS '93 REGENCY 4 Door Sedan
Circuit Judge R. A. (Buzzy) AlliUM imwrww. Cem__ MortMrMk. Illliw4i.
Green, Jr. gave Adams an Fla. 964-77O1
additional 10 years on con- Completely loaded "Save; Save"Theae
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Thursday, March 13.

Adams' abortive escape Carat Have Cot: To Co !
attempt came after the conclusion MUSTANG
of his trial immediately

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CO I minutes 4)) Dean, 2135.: on schedule, waning lor the
Bradford High thinclads ; "
meets, Coach
big says
!'placed third in a four-way Spring Medley Relay: 3)) Howard. ,
mii1 'meet Tuesday In Ocala with BUS, 11:137: Carter,Gainey, )Friday Bradford will host a'
: p4 March 20WS Leesburg coming out ahead Lennon, and Hodae. 4-way meet with Baker\ SI,
"Baker is continually( improving -
with a strong 90 points. Augustine, and Green Cove.
in the high jump and
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at 3:30
Buchholz was second with 66 long jump und Hodge is right starting : p.m.I
points, followed by BIIS with -
57'.j and Vanguard with SI1/?.

t' Page. 6 SPORTS Bradford had four first
places in the meet. Larry I NOW AT
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Paterson took first place in
the mile run with a lime of
4:42.3: minutes.
TERWILLEGARMOTORS
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.: er., BHS Girls Tennis Team the Sheldon 440 run{Hodge in 52.11 took seconds.first in

::>t. ... Wayne Berry placed first in
I the shot put with a throw of

:' L"""..,<_.:.,_. .r.. .. n ,Marks Up Three StraightMatt 43'10 feel.Freddie.

Herres takes a mighty swing to warm up for the East. Bell ran a time of
side match. Bradford High girls tennis 5, Hazen 8-3, Pierce 8-1 and Mitchell won the doubles 43.3 seconds to take first in the 206 W. Madison \ Starke,
team won three straight Rodrigue 81. Jockel and match 8-1 while Jockel and 330 yard intermediate hur
matches last week with a 4-3 Pierce won in doubles 8-2 Hazen won 80. dles.
victory over Lake Buller and while Tucker and Samons lost Now the girls are 9-4 overall "Overall we did the besl job
BHS Golfers Win and 4-3 in the conference. 9647200't
two 6-1 victories over Ocala 48. that we have done in the last
BIIS travels to St.
Vanguard. Vanguard Mon- Monday "
Up against two or three weeks, accord-
Against Union County Brad day the girls took everything Au usline Ing to Track Coach Grover
ford played mostly the B-tcam except one singles match. '.l'hey beat us last year and
Howard. "If could have
Two More MatchesWinning people.. Winners in the singles were we want to beat them bad, but scored in another we relay I we 't i
Winners against Union In Mitchell 8.2, Hazen 8-3, it will take a team effort from
scored second
would have in
two more matches, traveled to Palatka to meet the singles competition were Rodrigue 8-2, and Tucker 8-0. all, commented Coach the meet.'
Bradford high! !aoffrrs.. Arp nmu with South and- beat them by Danette Rodrigue, 8-6 and Jockel lost 08. Rodrigue and Howard. Listed are the BUS placers
six strokes.
8-3 overall Pam Tucker 86. Donna
an
possessing with limes and distances:
record hill'staying 4-1 in the Ed Watts was the low man Samons Christie Redding and
2) Baker, 20'2
Big Sun Conference.Last for BUS with a one over par 37 Merri Ormsbee lost in singles. BHS Nine EvenMatt Long jump
while Mat Herres and Bobby lays
Friday Bradford Ruth Hazen and Lynn feet.High
6'0
2)
jump: Baker
hit 42s. David
Paterson
in
Pierce combined to win 8-1
I It. Gaines and Wade Winkler doubles while Samons and Bradford High baseballers Hull is the leading feet; 5)) Lennon, 5'10. $150DIRECT
both shot 45 during the match. Tucker joined to win 85. finished an even week of play hitter so far this season with a Discus:4)Carter,116'1 feet.
: : He is Mile run: 1) Paterson,
"All the matches were good.It after losing to Live Oak 6-3 .500 batting average.
II Saturday then whipping Lees- followed by Reddish with a 4:42.3: minutes; 5)) Solze,
Herres was the low man for came down to the doubles
YrE ; burg 4.1 Tuesday, both at .476 average and Wise with a 4586.:
BHS Tuesday against East- and we won them both, says
440 yard run: 1)) Hodge, 52.1
side, to help BHS beat the' Head 'Tennis Coach Melba home. .318 average.: seconds. FACTORYREBATE
visiting Hams by 39 strokes. Howard. "Danette did a real Bradford let the Live Oak
Hull and Wise Bell seconds
leadingthe
are 338111:1): ) ,43.3 ;
in the last
Some people believe that Herres shot a par 36 while fine job for us playing in the game just slip away team in runs, each with 5)) Blake, 48.0.
hedgehog blood is good for Watts hit a 41, Lee Casey a 42 number one spot." inning.The Tornadoes had a 3- .
0 lead in the last Inning then eight while Jimmy Prevail is 120 HH: 2; Bell, 16.8 ON
warts. and Gaines a 43. When BHS played Vanguardat Live Oak made six straightruns leading the team in stolen ,seconds; 4)) Jenkins, 189.
home Red took all the
Big to take the bases with eight. 880 run: 2)) Paterson, 2:08.6:
NO HUNTING SIGNS: For This Thursday the BHS singles matches. Winning that "I think 6-3 victory.much ......... lAII.IID:
sale and rent signs. The golfers will host Ocala Forest day in singles were Jennifer better ball we club were but a we got rUKU.UUftl....
Jockel 8-2. Debbie Mitchell 8-
at 3
starting p.m.
Office !Shop. ahead, then loafed," says

......... .... .... ro.. 1i1 Head Baseball Coach Harry
p-r. -----.. Hatcher. IS ANY POSSIBLE SAVING Just pick the Courier you want to buy or lease
Matt Hull was the leading from HOMETOWN FORD. Get our best deal. Then,
WORTH THE RISK?
3 TT hitter, getting two of four and get a cash rebate directly from Ford Motor Com-
he was the losing pitcher. He This rebate covers all new Couriers sold and
had held Live Oak to only two pany. and March 31.
ordered between now
hits until the final inning. delivered or
Tommy Reddish, Jackson While most everything- else If going up up Don't wait. .see us todayl .
.. Prevail and Jimmy Prevatt and up, the average cent of a prescription medicine Dillvwy mutt b.mid within flv.days after unit nctlvcd.In
i each hit one of two during the baa remained relatively cotuUnt. Insurance
,'game company; statisticians eitlmate the aver- Inventory
I.. Tommy Wise was the ace person spends about 918-120 per ;year .n
winning pitcher for BHS prescriptions.Sometimes.

I against Leesburg Tuesday, far away; mall order firms LEFT 7 SOLD
hils. "This 6
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giving up six wasWise's
'Q best of promise reduced prices on prescriptions. No
Sat. performance possible saving could be worth the personal
the Coach lIat-
cher.year says attention a local pharmacy; can give. For those SO HUBBY
i taw who are unable to afford medication we
BHS scored one run in the cooperate at their physician's request. I
Mar. second inning when Richard
22tm' Hall walked and David Kilby Sun See Byron Terwillegar
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YOU OB TOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US
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inning tripled
Lake
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when need a delivery. We will deliver At The North Fla..Speedway
.singled to put men on first and you ; A ..._.-..", ..-..... po .- 17"+
without extra: charge great .
promptly many -
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FREE Calf.. 1 $fwrw; r:; : j OT, .third.. Then Reddish got anearhome ,people rely'; on us for their- health"n"ds.;'">Ve'.l.-. t r'ur 'it ,..... ""'l'lfT Al fr> ,j;, -,..asm ."::Ii.
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that ? r
L SL ...."-iiioaaraXrfii : ,,..,_... limited to two run bases because was welcome requests for delivery service aad charge rpr al .,
accounts. rfuili
Er Donuts the Leesburg team said the Ta l Iing'on est
ball bounced over the fence.
1st 100 People BIG FIREWORKS The double knocked in Hull 964-6757

i and Wise for two runs. KOCH'S DRUG STORE Byron Is A Consistent Winner In
BHS scored again in the -
sixth inning when Nichols PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS _
8:00 P.M.
....1 i i\\ eDISPLAY : singled hit a line and drive scored to when the Kilby short w 166 W. Call Starke, Fla. '- | The Pick Up CategoryWith

N.HtTa stop, who dopped it and
O allowed Nichols to go home. His Super Ford
G Water's BUS is tied with Ocala Forest
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for the number one spot in
the Big Sun Conference and a
4&8-51975 Hampton lie-breaker is set Friday night '
for 7:30: when Vanguard visits

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I Lake Butler May Annual. Meeting On Tan Thursday At Clay Electric Have Dig a this health, Daddies checkup! oncea I i i

'-" .... .... .. year for your own sake and
Annex Subdivision KEYSTONE HEIGHTS seek re-election this year. speak during the afternoon Other events of the day picker"and many prizes to be for the sake of your family,
Some 5,000 visitors are expected Only one member from each business session which beginsat include year-end i reports, sky- given away to registered urges the American Cancer
LAKE here next Thursday, district will be elected. ': 1 p.m.The high bucket rides in a "cherry members. Society
BUTLER
With a pumping station within the ______ n_
view toward the future March 27, for the Clay Elec- Nominations may be made
of annexation city limits. tric Cooperative's 37th annual from the floor after Zedra Cathedral Quartet gospel -
40 the Strickland The cost of the study is to meeting to be held at the co- Hamilton, president of the singing group, probablyvery S -
Heights acre sub-division to include A
Lake Butler, the council the running of water op's local headquarters. Board of Trustees, calls the familiar to many members ,Ply Polyester
i agreed city and sewer lines to the sub- Election of three 'co-op meeting to order at 9 a.m. .'1 will perform from 10 g--
Wednesday, March ,
12 division which lies outside of
members to the Board of Carter elected'
Jimmy was
to engage the services of the northeast limits. a.m. to I p.m. According to 14o 15's
city A
Waitz and Frye, Inc., Con The council deferred actionon Trustees, a speech by former Georgia 76th governor in 1 press releases, the group has = '
suiting Engineers of the governor of Georgia, Jimmy 1970 and served four years as worked with the Rev Rex F-7ITs $2826G78's
Jacksonville employment' a Carter, and entertainment by the state's chief executive. i --
to ,
conduct a building inspector pending the the Cathedral Quartet will Carter unofficially became a"1' $
preliminary cost study and outcome of a committee highlight the all day affair. candidate for the democratic Humbard and have appeared Other Sizes RvailableCar 2919H78's
engineering report on the report who is conducting a presidential on television coast to coast for
The meeting gets underway at nomination in
proposed project. study on the installation of a 1976 Dec. several years. The group was Truck Tractor $3098
9 a.m.Voting booths close at 7 on 12 with announce- -
The ,
city will firm$500 to the county wide building permit- ment day speeches in Wash-v the first gospel quartet to go to
engineering for the John Inspector Shaw program. Mayor p.m.Another big attraction is the ington and Atlanta. He will the Holy Land. Glass Belted Steel Belted Radial
preliminary study. serves with two
Engineer Sumner Waltz in county commissioners on the fried chicken dinner to be Polyester 42F78's 14 or 15's '
an "off-the-cuff" estimatesaid committee.The served at noon to all members I
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that from $65,000 to council declined an attending the meeting. 14 or 15' 3231 G11-78's $45" ,
offer to Three district meetingswere ANNOUNCEMENT.Dr.
$75,000 would be required for purchase a used motor
the installation of approximately grader for $18,000 for the held in early February to G-18's $3399 iii-iu;s $4820 !
nominate members from dis- I
gravity feed 5,000 line and feet a of lift a streets maintenance in the city.of unpaved trict 2, 4, and 6 to the nine James E. Pennington announces the avail- H-18's $3555 JR-78's $4949
member board. Nominees. 'ability of the Town & Country! Mobile VeterinaryClinic.
were Sam Hogg, incumbent, The Clinic is fully equipped as an outpatient PRICE INCLUDES ALL TAXES AND MOUNTING.f:
Nea And Activities From and Charles E. Sullivan for
I District 2; Thomas L. Mal- clinic. Dr. Pennington will be in Starkeon 1.

THE RECREATION phurs and G.W. Owens for Wednesdays all day?;, and Friday morning.The Thomas Oil Company
CENTERDIXIE District 4,and Floyd I. Gnann !1
incumbent, and Robert E.' Clinic will be located at the corner of 301 fi
YOUTH BASEBALL an 8-week period.. Mrs..Ruby Ford for District 6. Claude & Edwards Road. 961-6246 6O3 S Walnut St.Starke .
With registration scheduled Lock will conduct the class Brandon, District 4 trustee for
I
to end Friday the turn out for which will be held either in many years, decided not to Fla.familycenters ( :
the Recreation Department's the Old Armory or the Pratt L
----- --- I IR
Dixie Youth Baseball Street Center. I I'I
Program, ages 9-12, has been There will be a minimal fee ti
great with 70 boys signing up. charge for the class. For more
When registration ends information call the
Friday the figure should be In Recreation Department. 964- OOL UPfor
the eighties. 6792. l
Practice sessions were Be
scheduled to gel! underway,
SOFTBALLThe
MEN'S
1
Monday, March 17, with Men's Softball League SAVE
sessions being held each will meet March 24,7:30: ,
p.m.
and week Friday, Monday afternoons.The Wednesday. at the Recreation Departmentto Gardening NOW!
turn in their team rosters
new boys (rookies) thathaven't. .
.played in the league and contracts. ,
before will be reporting each The league scheduled to

session 3:30-3:00: : p.m., while get underway Monday April 7, Z '
the "old veterans' will work with games scheduled each
out from 5:00-6:30:()( : p.m. Monday and Thursday nightsat ,
that be In- Westside Park Field. ,,
Anyone might .t;'.f
.. ,
terested in helping in our .". -.
league (youth) this year 'I
please contact the Recreation : JflIW!) 1JJJi(! ] :
Dept. as coaches, umpires, RIVEf f IN ":
and scorekeepers are needed. Open Won We$ 9 to '
The department does not have U.S. 301 South. ; ; :.o.Starke Fla.
:
enough personnel to handle Thurs Sat 9 to un RAO/O
these programs and only 301 S. Starke ?
through volunteer help can
these programs continue. FRI & SAT"PARAMOUNT .j
ORNAMENTAL [ I
BORDER GOLDEN "r' CONTRACTOR'SWHEELBARROW c.
STRETCH SEWING
The Recreation Department .CC'0"AwnxvpW.?. FENCE '
A BR VN* ironlEDGER ,
sponsoring a Stretch Sewing
Technique Class, to be held KIRKSCALAWAG DOUGLAS. 'y a Attractive wrought Seamless' Tray 35 x 27% x r
each Thursday night 7:00-: = style polystyrene.! 36"F TRIMMER IVi' 4 cu. ft. capacity. /
10:00: p.m., April 3-May 8 ((6 L ftCO weeks). I S AwMAIq"I npAePLUS .b c 4". Pneumatic/ball bear- :
the class is Mrs.
Instructing !
Gloria Holmes of Lake Butler, 67 2 H.P. BriggaB Stratton 1') ings. _
Mrs.Holmes is well known for 1 J engine. Rewind starter 9" $39.88 I
her glasses in this type of TIM Lit and Time*of q.e\.5\ .EL blade. with .different{ cutting .. ...
sew .J { "'C 9 4 GRizzrirADAM tangles!?Wide-grip ..... 'Each I
il \ I A *
RMistratiojvfarthe, class is : :S 3grubbr; :; ::. WHEELBARROW :r: W
limited to 20 persons and will rtPlain'White, cutting'gdeplh.', ". ,f' .. ,

will be on be a first a registration come basis.fee There of @Ew.o'.." PolystyreneFENCE tired steel tires., "11:1: ir- 3 cu. ft. capacity.! Tray 32

$10.00, payable at the first x 25 x 6". Semipneumatictires.
session. No equipment is ; e \ %.>.
necessary. $: 8' GARDEN CART '
a ,,' :8 8 #E6005 ( \\c-

LADIES Recreation EXERCISEThe Departmentwill 2 tor:$1 00 : w: .0 Capacity 3 cu. f ft. Tray 30 x

sponsor a Ladies Exercise E&, 119: x 11". Semi-pneumatic e,
Class beginning Tuesday, Itires.i
'1, 1973.Sessions "
April .Ef. $
will be held each GOLDEN "F '- j488ROTARY
Tuesday and Thursday A YOUR CHOICE
mornings 9:30-10:30: : a.m., for ,
Color by Deluxe. POSH

Camp BlandingClosedToSpring TIle True story of a man exited *
; BASS SHEARS \r- ..
In the wIMamaaa and 'how he : uwwe.., wer
I..msto survive MOWER SO :

11(74 Sun IntwnaUond. Production. Inc. Austempered "floating" blades wit

Sun & Mon polished & beveled cutting, edge p a-sj
Turkey HuntersCamp 22" '"
cutting blade.! 3J4 H.P. Briggs & Stratton"engine / Gold handles.l Safety kee

Blanding,duets' mili- Don't ma featuring easy recoil start. Manual 4position blades closed when not lockuse..
I cutting heights. 8" wheels, chrome "T" ._
style
tary activity In the area, will [ ?v i
not be open for the Spring turkey L wisp -==:. 'features.handle' with mounted throttle. All' with Action-Gard "- fff ,'
season, which begins
March 22 and lasts through 4t 23s'HOSE

April,6. : Stu'ithtnwwt Jt. 1 1f'}9 \..".

.. .c--; : _O Long Handle
Areas open to the Spring M .or l B] a'.l
season are Massau, Osceola, tau ? Each 50-Ft. .
Lake Butler Lochloosa,Stein- PLUS I Pointed BladeSHOVELS "
Each olden T
hatchee Tide' Swamp '
Aucilla and Gulf Hammock. Y_ Polystyrene
According to Game and He's a skip tracer
Fresh Water Fish Commis- and a bounty hunter.. r Flower H" x 50' nylon reinforced garden
sion's Regional Wildlife Biologist I hose. Be ready for summer!
Steven K. Stafford, cer- TRELLIS
tain; areas were indicating ISAAC HAYES 1 ,

slight populations.increases The biologist in turkey said $397 $ 88

that resident game managers, $395 5
assigned have reported to the a various considerable areas, TRUCK TURNER lW09DS. ,,,,..o..NfNaN..scwa.,

amount of gobbler activity .
currently underway. ? Roll

I GOLDEN "F I r4 r r \ Mix It Your.SELFPROPELLED '
3-pc.
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FLORIDA THEATREFri


Sat & Sun ROTARY MOWER TOOL m GLASSWARE 78c


22"" ultra-lift blade. 3W' H.l". S ET SETS Set Of; Four

Briggs & Stratton' > engine,

Back in 1957w.w.lived ina 2, with easy rewind starter. Steel Wooden handle,
deck with safety side dis- painted blade. Set
'55 OHi lowed bubble gum,country includes cultivator,
charge. 4 position adjustable 'i iS RASS CATCHER
.
muic, robbing filling stations j BW cutting height. Throttle andhjC3 trowel I, and transplanting ; .

and a girl named Dixie. .. '- *..1 drive engagement on "T" (Ii trowel. Fits all Golden"F;lawn mowers, 1972 and
style handle. 8" wheels. Sturdy frame with replaceable Polyester -
on.
I" bag. Non-corrosive zipper. Ideal for
aVTp4TNOLD '. 6 large amounts of grass cuttings and leaves.

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CAULKING STRAWBERRY.REG. ?3ry'y
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REG.
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raocroiJUICER '> BROILER ROLLERSET 20" FAN, "
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SUMMER'S DISPOSABLE EVE 00 SINGLE BURNER 00 1200r ROO .":.

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BLADES 2/1VV// SATURDAY Q Q I 00 }a. '
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7.( ()jlfJr '

j n rye':: 11' I Agents .' By "
County ...
'. ,'..t.J. < LIKES IDEA OF ::1.
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.. COURTHOUSE CLOCK BobbyTaylor r
Notebook '
Dear Mr. Matthews: ': ', ,
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I hope that you may remember :
me. I was at the Lawtey
Correctional Center and came The next two weeks will be higher this year one of the "' '
in on weekends to help who .most common problems '
paint busy times for many folks we '
and do volunteer work on thc will have spring crops und have Is improper fertilization, "
i "
old courthouse building. gardens. Last minute soil preparations or fertilizer burn in manv of "'
should be over and our home gardens. This injury ,:#!
..b I am writing this with hope I
seed! should be ready for usually results in browning
that you may be able to help ..r. and die-back of the ends and
me obtain a subscription to L' planting. margins of leaves. Severe ,
seed or'plants
that (
The Telegraph I am interested r Don't forget burn results in death of the ,
for transplanting) are c
in Bradford '
County, plants. Of course, there tire ,
My wife and family live here the most important considerations other things that can also 'ih,
now and I intend to reside when growing a crop. cause leal-margin browning ?,
here on my release. All the good soil preparation like nematodes insects over, Inalering
fertilizer irrigation or other 'II/j/
discuses
\\ or physical -
i will not
I get the paper occasionally production practices injury to the roots during
.My-w and in the last issue I have make up for a poor quality I: '
cultivation.
N ,., seen, I note that you are think- ............ SENIOR. \ ( PI I CIIAPTfolt: ......... seed!, or a seed that does nol
.;fMl ing about getting a clock for have the inherent ability to Much of this problem can In-
; the old courthouse steeple f, I produce. Make sure that you avoided by using the right 5

And WillHappen think that is an excellent idea The young man you see cooperation n in 'attending the plant the best seed or plant amount of the right kind of .
Carl and one that should receive above with the steer is Andy steer show and in bidding ontheni that is available to you fertilizer and using one of the ,".

the support of the community. Baldree, the son of Mr. and at the steer sale on April of fertilizer, this acceptable Icchnimics+ for
Again Besides being helpful"',to Mrs..(',A. Baldree of Klarke; 5, I alpine' Bradford County Speaking be of uppl l'alion. One) lecimi<|iie is
it would enhancethe is the of Senior will probably one your Icrlili/cr
everyone Andy president Fair.., this if to broadcast over
appearance of the buildingvery l<'l<'A Cahpler. The 13-month- biggest costs year you the entire garden urea and '\
These members need The national outlook
much. old steer isI Charolais and' S your grow a crop. work it into the "soil by spud-. > I'
support in order to sell these for fertilizer supplies this
weighing more' disking: raking
Brangus cross ing. chopping 'ju
You are doing a good job steers in which they have putso indicates that nitrogen
year
than 1.0(10( pounds. It will be or\ rototilling./ This method ' : EDITORIALSFlood there and coming up with shown at the Bradlord-Union much work, time and fertilizer materials are expected while cllcclivtv somewhat
J some good ideas. I hope you Steer Show. money. Charles to be shorter in 1975 wmlll'lulllinl'l' some lerlili/er :!<
Ferguson
and the other members of the : than they were in 1974. As ends up out of the root zone of
:
Board of Historical Trusteesare The FKA needs your-' Reporter supplies become'shorter the I the plants. 1 it

able establishing to realize your a county dreamof ..........................:}..........................:.. likely prices of increase these materials correspondingly. will- Another technique, l is to .'

museum in the old building. A balance in the supply broadcast the Icrtih/cr in.I "J,
Insurance This would be of great interestto (!J(3'i1lruDGJ( Q. QQQOG a and demand for nitrogen is not swath about two feel wide *-
tourists and help hold themin expected until late 1978.) down each row, center; and .J
Starke and Bradford William S. Haas then working( it into the soil. A N, ,
County a little longer Veterans Service Officer Adequate levels of phosphorous third Is to place the
Will Fill A Need .vI u n fertilizers should be pro- rel't technique. or furrows
... sincerely hope that 'the Jv The Veteran's Service $2iK(( ) Limitation for a veteran duced in 1975. Short term distribution located on cither side of the '
.. painting I was able to do them< ;Office has had many questions-! *;Atari widow with dependents is problems 'may be seed furrow
did much for t the interior of the on "The Veterans and Survi- raised from $3500 to $3900. experienced in some areas, I?
The Thursday Sept 5, 1968 issue of prone areas to acquire, for the first time building, and I am glad'to 1'vors Pension Act of 1974," 4)) Increases the maximum but an adequate supply shouldbe Perhaps the best techniqueis -
the Telegraph carried the headline: "54 insurance coverage at rates they can'>< ;have contributed my eftorlft tthic h became effective f-annual: income limitations by available at planting time. the combination molhod
Homes Evacuated" in Bradford County* afford. "" ;"toward such a worthwhil Uanuary 1 for certain veterans Y$400( ) for parents receiving Since somephosphorous where about OIll'-IUllr (the fertilizer
I project., A and dependents.The dependency and indemnity materials are used as conditioning is broadcasted! over the
Sixteen inches of rain falling in the The program as explained by Mr.; ? following are some of compensation. The maximum agents for nitrogen entire area In-fore planting

county during a four-day period had Cassell is really a simple one. To participate F.S.P. Main Unit the key provisions of the law: income limitation for one containing fertilizers, the and I the other half is Ixiiidcd lo
1)) Increases the ma imqm! parent is increased from $2600 price for phosphorous is expected the sides at planting liml' As _
brought tons of water rushing down on a flood-prone community must not to increase also. This
\ annual income limitation.(forty to$3000; for parents living the garden / additional
grows
Starke from the Trail Ridge divide east to control haphazard constructionin HOW DO YOU VALUE I to trend might continue until
agree eligible veterans and; >JlK5r* >,together from $2600 $3000 ferliTi/er, placed lo the.side
of here flooding many homes turningthe its hazardous flood-prone areas. "THE WORK OF.. A.A.7 /3j;; survivors by $400. The':riirXiAmum ), and for parents living together'r 1978 'when an ''excessive of the plants and al the edge, 11
Starke golf course into a virtual lake Reduced to simplest terms this is no Dear Mr Matthews: yF income limitation'' 'A 1 .from $3HOO to $4200. buildup of materials might of the root /one. tll

and washing out roads and bridges that more than following the Scriptural ': In' recent weeks The single veteran and ,a jvKJdvv 5)) Provides for an average cause a blight: price decline 1/
alone. is raised from $2fiW, i to 12 pet. increase in the rates for rrJJ
took the county six months to get back in warning that: The wise man builds his ,'.ford,, County Telegraph and the limitation for dependency and indemnity The US.fs dependent upon / I
$3,000 a
series of BrBj Canada for 75 percent of our ,
condition. house the rock the foolish [published a
upon, ; man veteran or widow withpl'ppndents compensation to parents. consumption. It -
I builds his house upon the sand. .(or in a ".,on alcoholism. These the ) is raised from $3.800 to 6)) Increases the allowances potash that potassium reserves appears
Civil Defense and volunteer workers were prepared by of '.
in
flood-prone area). ford Group of Alcoholics 4200.. payable to those receipt in Canada are substantial, but 'I,
t evacuated 54 families-many by boatovt.'r Anonymous in order to let Lhj: 2)) Provides for an averageM2 pension in need of aid and due to legislation which is in
weekend. All lakes in the ;'I, pet. increase in thequwefMjHnsion attendance. Veterans wouldbe "
the
area Bradford County has received official people of Bradford Cou v progress, a depletion tax on '
rose from one to four feet with water in notification from the U.S. Governmentthat know that there is help ava"fM' 'Ivors. for veterans add sur- nth increased to $123. from $220 any potash materials could in- J1u 1l "1

Crosby reaching a level 13 inches higher it has flood-prone areas and is thus able| locally lor the still-sulfj-rf I \ 3)) Increases (he maximum I crease prices significantly As

than during Hurricane Dora in 1964-the subject to terms of the National Flood ing alcoholic, if that t still-sLU I annual income \limitations of If you have any questions on last year, distribution problems "

last serious hurricane to ravage Florida.It Insurance Program. After this fering ii!" alcoholic wants. klt\\hdrpl;4 K. I teVold\ law" cases by $4). The the above contact or any the Veterans veteran term deficiencies.Even may again.cause short- roasted In Morocco.liver the of the pounded hedgehog and
maximum income matter
The only criticism ; Inflation
notification, the County Commission has Service Office in the court- is given to school boys to
was estimated that some four billion of concerning these articles is lor single veteran andjuidow though fertilizer
gallons of water drained into Alligator one year to comply with the insurance that-we have called alcohol alone is raised from $2200 to house. prices are expected to be make .them remember their
the torrential rains plan or run the risk of losing all future ism a disease. We don't partlycularly.eare lessons.i
during from
Greek
federal assistance? lor acquisition and what alcpholisnd: + 4.e
,; r
tie\; 8,960 acres of land easjiof', Starke de eI ment--of'pujwrtpinrflood-prone* "i i it called. I F'o, :i :
that shed water into drainage : 'nized by the AmerleainMxdi-" 'li'I"
1 '*"'' areas! Federal-moetgag* guarantees ancta A
system. cal Association as a disease. ,
insurance, as well mortgage loans What the Bradford Group of
Remember? Or perhaps you don't (VA FHA) and other lending by A.A. is really concerned aboiit

remember if you are one of the hun- federally insured or regulated financial ,'is i that there is plenty wrong.

dreds of newcomers who have moved institutions for construction purposes, with, the still-sutlenng aicoholic'about -

into this area in the past ten years. such as conventional mortgages and which plenty will
have to be done if that ale! -
:
building loans and other forms of holic is to have a useful arm1happy ,'-.
But the grim fact remains that by the
Federal Assistance for financing the life. This is said beautifully -
law of Florida is long past due !
averages purchase or construction of buildings in and sinply: in the A.A.
for another serious hurricane. History
-"Responsibility Slogan":
identified flood-prone areas will not be {J
tells us that hurricanes usually recur in ""When anyone, anywhere,
available to individuals businesses
i any given area about once every seven or reaches out for help I want _
and it has been over ten anyone else unless the community has the hand of A.A. always to be
years
years qualified for this program. there: and for that, I am re-8 J _
now sonce Florida experienced such a sponsible."

t disaster.All Bradford County is in a good position to
'These articles have led sev-al
: of which brings us to the subject of enter into the program since we already t-rallocal people to our group. a

I, flood insurance the topic under have an effective zoning code, have The people in Bradford 8"

discussion at a public meeting here last adopted the Southern Standard Building :County now know that thin,
exists and that is it
Friday morning when Robert Cassell Code and are issuing building permitsfor here group to stay. We f '('lthat The
!, flood plain insurance administrator with all construction in the county. A Bradford County Telegraph

F the Atlanta HUD office explained what resolution pointing out these advantagesand has done a valuable services

Bradford County must do to comply with requesting county compliance, with for Bradford County,but just' rI,
the will be presented for "how valuable is impossible TW
the new National Flood Insurance program approval valueon
say. How do you place a
to the County Commission at its
Program.
an alcoholic being ledly I:"
April meeting 'A.A., and then to a useful anil
I' Despite man's increasing ability to happy life?? How do you plat T I 1.1
solve the mysteries of nature-from .Once these simple procedures have ,a value on families! re-umtedj? |I

moon-he harnessing remains the atom painfully to landing vulnerable on the tonature's been accepted complied in the with program and the individual county is These has are helped things,in The doing.Telegraph :, A Tax, Refund Deposited At Guaranty Federal

,,. W. M..<
property owners may immediately | '
excesses of weather conditions. :: II

,{ luxurious Human accomplishments--from seaside condominium the to most the losses purchase$100.000 up to subsidized$35,000 on insurance a non-residential single dwelling to cover, Bradford Group of A.A.v' Will 0penf!lHigh Interest Pass Book Account


a most modest mobile home-continue to on ...
buildingsand $100,000 on their contents. SCOUTING NEWS ', Ar::,
be ravaged by hurricanes floods and 4'l ;.
The rate for residential is only f
severe storms.the natural But if hazards man cannoteliminate that 25 cents per $100 value-thus coverage flood by Carolyn Eaves A SimpleEasy; Way To Start Your Savings Program! !

threaten his life and at least he insurance protection for a home valuedat 964.5812 ; "

can try to minimize property the impact of such $20,000 would cost the owner only $50a A warm welcome ho I now a!: If the high cost' ,pf.living! ,: .., and taxes .... has made, difficult 'for you to save Guaranty

disasters. That is what flood insurance is year. Brownie Girl Scout Iroop inlirooker. -.,. Federal has a sugg pl\that can help put you on the road to financial success.

all about. \\chope to got
It seems to us that this approach is, togothi-r with them scorn and. C- This year, when you receive your tax refund check, open a high interest passbook account

The most common among these natural sound and will work to lessen the threat' nit-t-t Robinson their louder. Mrs leI lfti 4.l'ookies !!" at Guaranty Federal Savings, and Loan., At Guaranty Federal, your savings work hard by'

r disasters is destruction due to flooding of flooding, from which this county has bang r'y ''earning extra dollars through Guaranty Federal's high passbook interest rate of 5'/. % compounded '

r and until the National Flood Insurance suffered for many years. Over 6,000 U. arc\ noutlolivored. I !k doily!- Each insurable account is protected by an agency of the Federal Govern

( Program became effective it was impossible S. communities are already participatingin your favorite. please!scout chock if \oil hau'with ment up to $40.000100. Guaranty Federal even offers a number of high Interest savings certificates

to obtain insurance protectionfrom the program and another 4,500 not ri-oi-ivt-cl.Noiirorilor. II you : that make, your money grow faster! ;/'! '

rising water. Thousands of families communities have only until July 1, 1975 \\ a not her: box there are ': '

: lost everything they possessed withouta to qualify. extra cmikics iiviiihibk M.my Good things in thefuture don't(just hoop n. 'you have to plan 'for them. Start now by depositing '

penny of insurance to offset their County Ihiinks lo who all those lirtullord thescouts '. your tax refund at Guaranty Federal Savings and Loan. ... now in five convenient loco..,'If>

I, losses. Flood insurance is something that has .through this helped oltort. \\hole a ,,1 tions to serve you. v" "', S .'

,, long been needed but has hitherto been pt-rct-ntiige docs slay in out' -i- "f A P- f l ?<;<

''Inaugurated in 1968 and broadened in unobtainable. The National Flood In- own scout troops this moot*{: ;,-,:, ." v, V ,' .....,... '. "
does ith
surance Program now places it withinthe help girls u opportunities -
1969 and 1973 the National Flood Insurance .
Program is a comprehensive reach of all. The next Florida outside! our und area.equipment(.nips.ciimpcrships t Starke: 395 W., Madison t u ,, t 1

approach to flood damage enabling Hurrican is already past due. Let"us., -be Leaders' !ol'curedlIh these lund!*."at." '" ;. : ) ",' ..'......:.'....', f"I"" r.i*,
for it '
when it
prepared comes. are
I individual property owners in flood remindedCaniporship .
Gainesville .
u applications are :
1 due in council office by April,I 4.

" 1, :aWe 220 N. Main .: '} ;b PRI4 have u new Field 3501 W.
University Ave.
Co/
: Director for Uradlord-l'nioiv' ,
d0 1879- Neighborhood Cath) M.ison,!" Guaranty 3300 S.W. Archer Road

"mili p4 from Live Oak Welcome' .

Cathy, Federal ) .L5.r

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f 11 "SlfeCSS V BOB G, FERGUSON -JOHN M. MILLER r/ + LENDER

'lOft-* Publisher e ; ,
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Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Fta. under Act t : .' "

erf March 3, 1879. w a 3 -
, Savings & Loai Association ESuc ,
Subscription rate in trade araa> $6 per year: 3.50.Ix i months.. -' '. '

Outside trade area: $7 per year: M.OO six months. In parts of Ireland, iron la The Friendly Savings Center 964-58N -p.t: a, :
,
j Phone 9C44005' Starke Ra. considered such a sacred..2]

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NAACPMEETINGThe Com m unity News By Elizabeth Givens Walker Arts Festival and Set Crafts In J & J CONTRACTORS i.,

regular meeting of the -
Bradford County branch cooperate: with this Hope Baptist Church St. Augustine t
activity will be held nightly. on \N
NAACP will be held Friday for success. Tuesday with Prayer Meeting and Lawtey Road. All members of ST. AUGUSTINE Palm \
night, March, in Hampton, New Bethel Baptist Church,. Wednesday night Senior' Choir night rehearsal.rehearsaland Class Meeting combined the Masonic Family are invited Sunday weekend, this Friday- All Types Cement Slabs, Porch Enclosures,,,}" ,
at Macedonia Baptist Church. Rev. Leroy Davis pastor Prayer Meeting Thur- Tuesday vices will night. Sunday ser to participate. Sunday, March 21.23, some Drive Ways, Block & Brick ..*. I :
services
All members and 'Interested Church School at 9:30.: Mor sday night Ladies Circle at begin at 10 200,000 visitors( are expected I', ',". f w,'
citizens are invited to attend. ning service at 11. Fellowship home of Mrs. Fannie Brown. a.m. Sunday is Trustee Day. .for the St. Augustine Arts and Patios. Room Additions 0
Morning service at which
Memorial services will beheld Hour 3 p.m. Evening Worship 11 Brownie Troops 352 Starke, Crafts Council's 10th annual
Friday night Usher \
for Dr. Martin Luther Jr 6 p.m.Ebenezer. Boards 1 will terminate services for the Mrs. B.J. Lennon leader. Mrs. 'festival. :
: ; and 2 will hold their anniversary Each All Work Guaranteedlf'f f<
day. member is asked to
on Tuesday April 4, at EbeneK Baptist Church. at 8 p.m. Everyone Invited attend I S.J.::Morris and Mrs Theresa Over 165 well-known exhibi- (
-
1 Baptist Church. The public Weekly services begin with to attend. Fellowship Hour at Holiday assistant leaders and tors will display their achievements ,;
New Bethel
: nvited to attend. Bible Class and Prayer Sunday is Youth Land Class Leaders Baptist Church. 461 Lawtey Mrs. Willie Mae for judging and selling Free tlmate8No, Obligations' .'j'i i I : i
asked
Meeting combined Thursday Trustee Day Church School at please make their are to Randolph leader and Mrs. during the three day festival. .
IN MEMORYIn night. Sunday services will 9:30.: Morning service at 11. the reports to Edna M. Allen assistant Visitors can examine the exhi- .
memory of my dear husband conclude with Church Schoolat Dinner will be served at 12:30.: secretary. leader, enjoyed viewing bits and visit the restorationarea 473-2000 f*
Frank Chandler, who 9:43.: Evening service, 6 p.m.: PALM SUNDAY Holiday on Ice in the Jackson- of St. Augustine at the !
this life two Bethlehem Freewill ville Coliseum The time.
departed years Baptist Greater Allen The Browniesare same
Chapel AME Masonic will
ago March 9, 1973. Words can Church, Rev. Jasper Williams Church, Rev. R.G. Heastie observe Palm Family grateful to those who The festival will be open '. ,
never express how much I pastor Rehearsal for Easter. services March Sunday on made the trip possible. from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. all threedays. r
love and miss you. pastor.! Weekly begin 23 at .1 p.m. at New i i1

Signed:.Mrs..Annie D. -
Chandler 'W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE SAVE wrti


Church CHURCH of God NEWS In Christ, BOTTOM ROUND OR FULL CUT ROUND +';' .
Elder,D.R. Williams pastor. i:

Sunday'with Church services School will at 10 begin a.m. 39 :: Reserve hts r ,.

Communion service 11 ,a.m. I w oixie STORES. INC.COPYRIGHT1975 LL I
\t 6 p.m.. YPWW. At 8 p.m. ;, ,
BONBCSSSTEAK ,
Prof. II.G"Boggs, sensational J j
blind pianist and singer, will ;
ppear In a concert. The 1 : jIU.
public is invited to attend. ( ; !I:
Mt. Zion AME Church, Rev '
Richard Bethel pastor !
__
'hurch School,
10 a.m. : ;!
Morning service at 11. Church ,
onference will be held imme- fooQ am f ;i

liately after morning service. oora .,, r a. ., '' g0 iunher \! I
Evening Worship, 4 p.m.
unrtse service, Sunday S. CHOICE LB., i fi;
March 30. Easter Sunrise PEOPLE
BEEF
Services will be held at 5 a.m.

,ored A Baby! by Contest Miss Charlie will be spon-Mae PRICES GOOD THURS. MARCH 20 THRU WED. MARCH 26

'pearman on Sunday, March
10. All members are asked to
W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND INSP. W-D BRAND PURE (NO ADDITIVES)


CITIZENS SENIOR SIRLOIN STEAK CHUCK STEAKUSDA .BEEF ; ti


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Si. I Patrick, born 300 A.D. 49 WHEN YOU i
rom U slave mother duringhe $ PURCHASE10lB. i'M
lull of the Roman Empire, PKG.
i as transported to Ireland ... I l
:
iiii-rehe w us a serf during his u i.cH 'c 89CWD 59 :
i
arly ,'l.rtI. Visions and #lOCI". :
reams urged his escape. He :
V lid.here and embraced went back to Christian-Europe LB. LB. 'I LB. : :

ly. He returned to Ireland
i helve ho converted the _
'Igans 1 (Druids) at that time
)itlH-J/hribtian faith of belief BRAND USDA CHOICE USDA OR. "A" FRESH FROZEN W-D FRYING USDA CHOICE
one. (!td.! This was the
erne of a remarkable speech CHUCK ROAST CHICKEN LEG O'LAMB :
i-livoroil'lll'rill grant!h>' Gilbert administrator Nelson, .{

r I ho library. Thank you ; \
Ilhl'rl.:> Interesting! and very ;
fell dono. Irish songs were
ng, laced withra number AL. .* -' L1a' .. WHOLE, $r"39 ;
.
r..i) Irish jokes. .., ,, .. ; ,. "t'r d. i'
Vfsitor4hcluded 'Dorothy? 'f "P nd n. fI! WlYry7 ,1I"i\'f" > 'tI''f'l \oj_ ) ,
. 1 lk 'tai 1 tlW li" ,:
1-IE. .
Kinder M Klagler Beach;: 0OVSI M M. '(f 1
l.'thcl: I'oKichek. of Carson U. S. CHOICE ( I.
'ity Calif., and Betty Malloy, '
I Uirke. '\..",
It was ti great pleasure to LB. LB. __ LB.
art lorrner club member of '
!%:2.! llartlord Barnes, who .
ccompamcd Mrs. Elinore
'hurslon. both of Macclenny.A .
greeting curd was sent to HICKORY' SWEETSliced W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP BONELESS MUELLER'S ELBOWMacaroni SPECIAL FOR, EASTER

962)race),who Van is in Buskirk a home for(also theged Bacon !oo: 99CWO Shoulder Steak LB. $119 . 5 PKOS16ox 6.0'.. $1 00 AVAILABlE STEREO

in llorlm. Pa. 15501. BRAND" USDA CHOICE BEEF PORTERHOUSE OR W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS THRIFTY MAID, ONLY AT RECORDING
Pete Johnson is still hosiiluliocL -Bone Steak $159 1 Stew Meat $129 Pork & Beans 5 $1] 00 YOUR k4'Cl
and progressing u. . LS. CAN B25 S. ,
lowly. Art Lockuood spent
LOIN SLICED ASSORTED W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF HEB18CLB.
FRESH PORK QUARTER ASTOR "ALl GRINDS WALNUT ST
the Veterans ?I
no day'lit
hospital"sl'ulm'lrouhles.and was Kd x-ra\ed Roberts for Pork Chops . 99C Short Ribs . LB69C Coffee . CAN MB. 88C88C WIN: IN DIXIE

f Bedford Lake is quite I W D BRAND. USA CHOICE BEEF LOIN ''W-O TASTY DEEP SOUTH STARKE
heorful.-tmd will got an artiic'iul Steak' $1 59. Beef Patties 3 &' $1"1 32.oa.
leg in three months. Strip ,. LB. ; Mayonnaise ..S. JAR '
The I linul session of Arm W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF HANDI PACKGround USDA CHOICE IAMB MUSSELMAN'S.
'hair Travel! given by. Bob $139 1 Loin $1" Sauce SO-o.. 88C
nd Ana Baker, of (,ainesille Round .LI. Chops . LB. Apple CAN l.mra Ou.nmm
ended Thursday March
i.Vo thoroughly enjoyedties
>e classes. Dr. Bob Ale- KING SIZE DETERGENT DEL MONTE CUT VINE RIPE


mla lie necling I..nus'ill next KC enroll I semester senior attend members classes our citizens next for.of TIDE GREEN BEANS j TOMATOESANnle

'
ollego p ject.
tin Ju..I.. 1 1975! : wo are duo'

>in meats'I increase; Legislation in social security passed !

'arl)' itr''; 1974! inserted tin
scalalor'clause.. Vlf the cost $
>f living rises more than 3 per" 5. 1M
$158
'l'nlln al> given year a likewise : 3 39
increase would result in 84-oz.
!elision ttoocks." But what do 6-ox..
PKG.
to Bind (it this late date"'resident ? LB.
i,Ford like his pre- CANS
Il'l'l'ssorlonlyunts to gives
;5 porcrnl increase. From limit 1 with $7.50 or more purchat xcludlng cl..r.tte.
arious*i reports we've
eceived'.this: would leave us ASTOR FRUITCOCKTAIL .THRIFTY MAID CUT TYSON CHICKEN BEEF OR TURKEY
licking ip benefits of between'
I percent' and 14 percent in .
ho actual cost of goods and GREEN BEANS POTPIES
er'lcl'S'jlhin this past year.
We've boon asked to tighten
>ur bl'llsfoml' more but !Mr.ord. .
wc'.vo; just run out ofwles.
'f llfrlf
Next mooting on March 25 $ ,$
'rail St.Jiocreation Center at
p.m. I Incase, be there. 28IJCANS 4

\ -Joe Kerrigan 16-ox. pr
;, .CAN "REpB 8-ox.
.,. I PIES
"luiihlnumSlrilnq
limit with $7.SO or m.r. purch .. .>cl..<.liit( (Ig.r.tt.*. "

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PRISM 1"0 THRIFTY MAID VANILLA, ''lOG! ROYAL OH CHOCOLATI
Vinyl. DIXII DARLING FAMILY flourT. ". Oranges .... 8.a', 79' Ice Mil : 'OAG 7?'
; llliinq Breaa . 3 ass, 9'1" .. . 5 NfO. 68" '. . .
FRESH WHITE OR PINK" SARA III WALNUT OR GOLDEN -

Chicken '=,:' 99C k > \ 3 P&-' 78e Grapefruit 5.0 79C Layer: Cake ,vSs; $lf9
Remodeting '. I. ...'(. ". . ,. ; : r ., :
POLY **O RUSSET ASTOR .. ..1'i .1
; t$ R4TZ 1 v1- lIP Butter, ." 'THJ Gatorade mfmjMN Ce n'Work Peanut i. JAN 98e ;: '. lit w' \ ', ., 'Jv I :
x HARVIST PRISH YILIOW JINO'SPE"EIIONIO. \ 'i't.t '"

Financing<,)\JH oI CRACKIN Saltines' GOOD ., ., 2 PKGS.'.LI. $1 00'Rrune SUMSWIIT Juice-1''R:i:I .0.Bn....(6QC Onions, .; ., 3 BAG t s. 39C. Sausage Pizzat; ;1ti 111"/.89"" >C.. ."i" 0:. \ ,I',;

MATE \ HARVIST PRISM BIBS' LETTUCE, BOSTON LETTUCI. INDIVf. MM. SMITH BOSTON .J. Z .. 't;
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Available,. DIP Dinner DAMINO Rolls:.. 2' P.9 os.59C cOIn Creamer .. r ;. ,J."......".v",!_99 Sala'INGreens: 2 PNGB 39C Lemon. Pie." :,..?, ,.... '..'..y..:' 99 I Ii

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E fSCOPM. "The Christ Of The Cross"The Is ." Theme For Holy- Week Services i


order of is that sitteth at meat, he that
ChurchChurch Christ of the Crossis. The worship as or Sunday Thursday March 27 at 7:30:
..." will be the subject of follows: serveth? la not he that sltteth Community Easter Sunrise p.m. the First Methodist
Beet Jack(on Streets at meat? But t am among you United
Week Service First MethoChurch
Holy services at noon Monday "Surety""By will have u Tcnebrae
THE R itV'JOliN M. FLYNN each as< he that serveth. (Luke dist Church,7:00 a.m. Greater
next :
day week
in the
March 24- so much was Jesus 22:27): ). The Reverend John service sanctuary.
P4 28, in the First United Methodist made surety of a better testa Flynn. Lunch: St. Mark's Bethlehem Free Will Baptist The annual I pancake break.
Thursday, March 20 3:30: Church of Starke. ment." (Hebrews 7:22): ). The Episcopal Church & Madison Choir will sing "Oneness in fast will be held in (the Methodist -
p.m., Brownie Troop No. 127; The services, sponsored by Reverend Don Slalom Lunch: St. Baptist Church Christ." Fellowship Hall following
7:30: p.m., Senior .Choir the Starke Ministerial First Christian Church & First The Reverend James the community Easier Sun-
Practice; 7:30: p.m., Alliance, will be held from United Methodist Church. WednesdaYI''Sfrengfh'' Cregan, St. Edward's Catholic! rise service, Irom 110\ 9:45:
Yet x Inquirers' Class noon until 12:50: p.m. each "/ can do all thing through Church speaker. This service a.m. $1.25 for adults and 75
Sunday, March 23 8:30: day, Monday through Friday Tuesday t "Servant""For Christ which strengthened will be carried over Radio cents for children under 10.
a.m., Holy Eucharist; 9:45: whether la greater, he me." (Phil., 4:13): ) The Station WPXE.

a.m., Church School; 11:00: Reverend James Cregan.
a.m., Morning Prayer; 5:00: Pine Grove Lunch: St. Edward's Catholic
p.m., Junior K.Y.C. Meeting Sing, i'LEVEL Church Allen Chapel A.M.E. ObituariesTom I
6:45: p.m., Senior E.Y.C. Revival, ReunionSet PINE ( Church. '

Meeting. BAPTIST I Thursday i
Word Of Life'SingersTo .
Monday, March 24 3:30:
Next .. "Sacrificial Love"
Week, CrawfordThomas
Choir Myrtle
Junior Practice
p.m., ; "Who shall separate us from Dendy .
Be Heard In Concert 4:30: p.m., Brownie Troop No. A gospel sing Is set Saturday the love of Christ? Shall

604.Tuesday March 22, at 7:30: in naa fa tribulation or distress, or persecution A. Crawford 54; a Mrs. Myrtle Dendy, (C6, of
March 25 3:30: p.m.
9eulei, famine, or naked.'' candidate for sheriff of Jacksonville died
Bob Fischer director of the Pine Grove Tuesday
"The Word of Life Singers, Girl Scout No. Congregational
p.m. Troop .&creltet in 1972 and
has been its soloist for Methodist Church in Raiford. I. : ness or peril or sword? Bradford County March 18, at the home of her
currently traveling on a tour group 614; 3:30: p.m., Youth Con-
(Rom. 8:35)) The Reverend for the Florida
: an investigator sister on Kingsley Luke
aftera
the past five years, while The Fisherman's Quartet
of the U. S. and overseas, will lirmation Class.Wedncsday .
Ben Lunch First Service Commission
Chris Wyrtzen is pianist and from Jacksonville and the Bryant. : Public. lingering illness. Born in
be heard at the Bradford High March 26 6:10:
School auditorium tonight does all of the musical Acolyte Meeting; 6:30: Gospel Revelalors will be featured "The Country Church with Baptist Church. died in a Jacksonville hospital Clay County on Dec. 12. 190B,
(Thursday) at 7:30: p.m. arrangements. Others are pm.p.m., Lenten Program. performers.A the Heavenly Message. Four FridaYI t "Savior" Saturday afternoon. March 15 her parents were (he late
The singers are six talented Ron Wyrlzen, Judy Par- revival begins Wednesday miles west of Starke on Hwy. 'And we have seen and do following a heart attack Alonzo S. and Lizzie Austin
young people dedicated to schauer, Pat Hart, and Tim March 26, at Pine Grove 100. Church phone, 964-6490;' testify that the Father sent the suffered several hours earlier. Strickland. She had retired
spreading the gospel of faithin Kaufman, the newest and runs through Easter Sun- parsonage, 964+107. Son to be the Savior of the Born in Jacksonville on Dec. last year as sales clerk in a
Jesus Christ. Besides their member, who recently day morning. Evangelist is Sunday Bible School, 10 world." (1 I John 4:14): ). The 31, 1920, Mr. Crawford was the Jacksonville clothing store
LONGBRIDGE BAPTIST Rev Ward a.m. Morning son of the late Ellick Lawton Surviving are three
concert and rally schedule musical Kay from Alma, Worship at 11. Reverend Jasper Williams.
returned from tour
will a CHURCH Georgia, who will speak each Evening Training, 6 p.m. Lunch: Greater Bethlehem Crawford, former Bradford brothers Frow W. and
they weekly on a
new television appear; of Brazil. Sunday School 10 a.m.; night at services beginning at Evening Worship, 7 p.m. Free Will Baptist Church & county commissioner. He wasa Clayton G. Strickland both of
combining both old program and new The public is invited to Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; 7:30: and at the 11 a.m. worship Wednesday evening worship) First Presbyterian Church. member of the Presbyterian'Church Kingsley Lake and S. F
have been invitedto attend the concert here Sunday night service, 7 p.m. service Sunday morning. 7:30.: Nursery and Lunch of Starke and residedat Strickland, Lake City: four
songs.sing They at the White House and tonight. Wednesday night Prayer Sunday March 30, is also Teen School Prayer Provided with donations 1615 Raiford Road. sisters Mrs L. \\ceklcy?,.
tht' Pentagon, as well as for Meeting, 7 p.m. homecoming at Pine Grove Meeting, 8 a.m., BHS room A- accepted. Crawford was a Navy Ocala; Mrs.. C. W. Barrett.
a Christian organizations, ------------ with dinner on the grounds. It 18, Tues & Thurs.; UCHS. 7:30 Sponsored by the Bradford veteran of WW 2. a member of Indian Harbor Beach; Mrs.

high many school and college FOR SALE: All sizes of masking -Rev. Robert Haisten is also family reunion of the a.m. Wednesday mornings in County Ministerial .Alliance.CO the Barnett Lodge F. & A.M. Callie Huller and Mrs. E. W
assemblies. tape. The Office Shop. Pastor Griffis Family. auditorium. All invited! of Jacksonville, a member of Hayes both of Kingsley Luke
the Scottish Rite, director of Funeral services will beheld
the motorcycle escort of the at 11 a.m. today
Morroco Temple Shrine, a (Thursday) in Kingsley Lake
member of the Starke Cemetery with Rev. Ben
e American Legion Post 56, and Bryant officiating. In lieu of
the Starke BPOE and Moose (Mowers, the family requeststhat
r Club. donations be made to the
raaaiiv O/f00YNT ITORf Survivors include the wife: Cancer Fund.DeWitt .

i1 Mrs. Jewelle H. Crawford of C. Jones Funeral
Starke; his mother: Mrs. Home is in charge of
i 'ff OiNt j Sallie Crawford of Starke; a arrangements

.. s rll.1 step-son:. Larry Noegel of

S ; y pf :Q? daughter Jacksonville: ; Mrs.a Sharon step Win. D. WoodWilliam

DeWitt of New Port Richey,
$ and one grandchild. D. Wood, 58. died
Opportunities
Monday morning in Bradford
six for Service Services were held Monday
rl Sunday: Sunday School, March 17, at 4 p.m. in the County Hospital following a
heart attack late Sunday at his
9:45 11 DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in
10 : ; Morning Worship
P Starke with Hev. John Flynn home in Starke. He was bornin
o'clock Church Council 5
Weedsport, N. Y. on Oct. 27,
4b Church: officiating. Burial was in
p.m.; Training, 6:15: ;
c : SfC Crosby Lake Cemetery with 1916 and had lived in
Island r r Evening Worship 7:30.:
Keystone Heights for over a
Masonic Rites conferred at
Monday Week Ser
:
.. ., Holy
moving lo Starke three
year
'' vice, 12 Girls Ensemble graveside.
,. noon
"' -'t"i\ ;
... months I Ill'was
ago. employedby
6:30 Youth Choir 7
Sun : p.m.; p.m. the Bradford County
Tuesday: Holy Week Service -
Board building
12 noon; Jr. Choir and SEMI-ANNUAL Zoning us
Hand Bell Group 3:20: ; Youth MEETINGThe inspector and was a veteranof
World War 11.
RppleSauce Recreation night, 7 p.m. Seml-AnnualJ\leeting of his wife.
Wednesday : Holy Week the New River Baptist Association Surviving are
Phyllis Hanson Wood of
Service 12 noon; Family will be held March 29.
Starke his father Charles
Night Supper. 6:15: ; Sunday 1975 at the Grace Baptist ;
Q School Workers Mtg., R.A.; Church. A fellowship meal Wood Geneva N.Y.: two

1L i $ -.4 It G..A.j; Acteens World Friends, will be served at 5:30: p.m. by daughters Neubauer ,and Mrs Mrs.Kulhryn Linda
t
Zqv8q Grace
Mission Friends 6:45 The
dlaf Nt : p.m.; Baptist. meeting '
1 ,.. Allen, both of Jamest) \\'i1.
V_ we Sq "Hour of Power," 7:30: p.m.; will begin at 6:30: p.m. five
: Church Choir Featured N.Y.; one brother:
8:15. speaker will be '
0 01111 sisters, and- three-1 grand
1 .Thursday: Holy Week Dr. Don E\erson Pastor of
4 DIll OYA WFII Service, '12 noon;' Music the Parkwood Baptist Church daughters. *m
I1iJI P111CE ..JMJ Makers, 3:20: ; Visitation, 7 Jacksonville, Florida Funeral services wit x'
held today ( Thursday) in
:: +r MEN'S DOUBLE KNIT pm.Friday Jamestown,' N.Y., with burial
: Holy Week Service, James V. Crosby,Sr.
PINE SOL CLEANSER, M OZ. LONG OR SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS POLYESTER SLACKS 12 noon. Moderator, New HiverBaptistAssociation in Sunset Hill Cemetery.
DeWitt C. Jones FunuuilHome
a Clean, bleaches, eliminates odors on Long sleeves, in stripe muted pat- Wrinkle-free clocks in a handsome. selection Saturday: SemiAnnualNew 1
S r contocti Gets out tough. greasy stains.Loaves toms, S to XL, 14 to 17. Short sleeves, of .solids, plaids, fashion pat River Baptist Associa- was in charge: lomil
a fresh pine' scant) 14 01. whits-on-white, sics14Yr-167,. terns. Sizes 29-42. lional Meeting at Grace ------------ arrangements. ,

Baptist Church, 5:30: p.m. NO HUNTING SIGNS: For sale Bruce Wuhlin 27Ctrd
and rent signs. The Office ,
r+ BEN P. BRYANT
BahraorT Pastor Shop. Bruce Orville Wuhlin r.
V pV t died Ft>b. 25 in an accident in
'. 3 V 00 81 DO S1 l>u\al County.
lie is grandson of Robert
and Ilildur Wiihlin of Jackson
vine former residential"
S Starke.

Wahlin was a veteran.ftf
S Vietnam having served there
lour cars. Born in Texas.'
Wahlin spent his youth and
tended public schools in

Jacksonville.Surviving .
are his parents:
Orville and Marjorie Wahlinof
1st Anniversa '
Buy town Texas; two
; \ sisters: Mary Ann and Bar
l a I r4f : \ S .41 rot 14vaEl Ixirabothof
I ; : : 1,0( : ]d10 187E Bii>town. Texas;
i( a brother: I.eonahlin..
IAOLiIIItCIIMOR IMRAILEAA010 tmiUMJEMH FOlOM1A1EFOAIOyE JL Mn>NO-MM JEM Merrltt Island and the grand,
Hall peifcuniuiicei setteria Granular concentrate can- AC/DC Solid state con 100%cotton denim is pro Short sissys shins, full Permanent press 45'*pel.tWLTUTTtMCS parents Robert and IlildurWahlin
*Mie long lib. The eels the .ti.1alges shrunk.Full lOoi.weight. cut. Many .yles, wnan ,..'or-35'*" COlton Neatly tsetR and several
and
.,-fesensieterod'oendkillsbaMrla.7lhs. pl.nwithbattens. Bar-locked. SIMS 29-38. or blends. 5'm8-16 1..10..... Bar lock....4-1. dw aunts
I uncles.
.1 Burial was in Riverside

!1 sgll'ti fi 1 S pO R Z 1'lal Memorial Park in Jackson
.. f y l7'. ',' E 6PK Jl' ville.

: Fill'
: {, :! 0'J
>" \' Shirley WoodardMrs.
% lS.LIr
6p/r

09 Shirks' Woodard. 41,
f 0C' Slarke, was killed Saturday
1 i' J N evening March 13, when
:
struck by an automobile northof
S Starke on US-3O1. ,
t .) ili3 \\.,i Fresh Born in Delaware on Dec.
15. 1933, Mrs. Woodard had
,.... R RH lived in Augusta. Ga. before
moving to Florida in 1969. She

. ../ s4vt .... ....1"". ."1 ... 9 R had lived in the Starke-Law-
I 3YE+ 7df Irll( 1 N sruC0ta. tey urea for the past 2'a >eurs.

RAIl RA1 (MIX MIUBUT, (T. ii oj.FOAM tec CHUT I O WTMENMOIItl410E5 NY1011101Rt1MIELU 1lOlPOLYOETINFIAW' Surviving Is her husband
Chews)of fork, Haspoun, Cuts yes..i dishes. Keeps food hot or cold for CoodVear well construction. Sleeveless' Pastels with'" E_ pull-on wal.p.pv. Willie M. Woodard; u' stcpw -
en. D.I'w.llo ,e 's g.mlL enough far houYs. Holded handles. Oil-resistant neo> scalloped, unit, trimmed,. 1wliars l.gsFoshiaeoelnl % >n. Ronnie Ilammack of
d.eoh to, any table. sin.fabric. Eosy rinsing. Top can be) used for tray. prone crepe sale. 7-12. neck.Mi.ses'sites. SMLyeuMsndsMn ... Misses sizes ly Augusta, Ga.; two brothers:

Charles Tcugue of Wilming
8 ton, Delaware and Burton
1P' -..- f' 1001 nee.'A\\\ Teague of Wrightstown,' Now
Jersey.
P r "i Services were held Wednesday -
j Y Mos afternoon March 19! in
LiogTEmane fI .. DeWitt C..Jones Chapel with
I rU 14ra 1 Rev. Jim Black officiating.
M
lqey
Burial was in Kingsley Lake

I 4' i4t s 3 pI\.19C DDc Cemetery. '

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Many thanks to all
our
'A J IL IL-- EEIOMOp NYLNENCANII OMtl11RON friends and. erelalives who
resistant l. 11s.d Iolo..C.dt..d
Ireses..el were
sit. .dp soijhoughtful 1 with
? f ..7.7.| ; 7..17, sslsla 1?te and flowers during the Ibss
our loved one.ti '

A Your visits lathe ha

312 W. MADISON ST. 0... fr Kings, taa-. 556 South Walntit St. U.S. 301. Thanks made his again iasP days foI happ all .t e
'
' Cigw.tt.. prayers, ghat" lUlped u

1 L 964-7513 ,-44.4'" j'L Prices Good Thru Sun March. ,23 Uirqugh. HI,*-long}illness.:, .

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I LAWTEYby ,HAMPTON AREA NEWS By Josephine Font taine: "" """"' "' ..... .. ... "

A beautiful cake was Beach. "
ANNUAL EGG HUNT Health Department visited Jacksonville, Valdosta, Ga., presented to the Halls by Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred cabbage with Mrs. Fontaine's ''::
Elizabeth Terry The Hampton VolunteerFire them with colorful posters to Starke, Keystone Heights and Mrs L. C. Adams of Fontaine spent Sunday In sister and brother-In-law. Mr. t.t
CHURCH Sincere sympathy of the Department will have its demonstrate the proper foodsto Waldo and Gainesville. Bedford Lake, and Mrs. and Crescent City and had a lovely and Mrs. William Schaub. to 1
ACTIVITIES community is extended to the 4th annual Easter Egg Hunton use in making up balanced' Members of Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Watson of Daytona Irish dinner of corn beef and celebrate SI.. Patrl IC"J>no.A : ,
Church of God, Sunday Hall's ... ____ _,__ .
School relatives of Charles Gaskins March 29. Full details next meals. The children followed family were Mr. and u 0 ,- v V" V 1 '1..
10 a.m.
Worship Ser through by searching through Mrs. John L. Hall of Atlanta
who !
vices 11 am. and 7 p.m. YPE Monday passed at his away home.suddenly on week. magazines and demonstratingtheir Ga., Mr. and Mrs. D H U

Wednesday Faith 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs Johnny Har RECREATIONThe own ideas of nutritious Crawford of Hampton, Mr Easter Season Is A Good Time, To Visit The' t.. .
Baptist Church : meals and Mrs. Gene Hall of ,
bin of Griffin Ga are spend Hampton SeniorCitizen's \
Radio Program over WPXE will The week after Easter will Earleton Beach, and Mr. and
CLub meet
ing some time with their ,/
Starke, 8 a.m Sunday. Bible Mrs. Darrell ;
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser parents, Mr and Mrs. Sidney )Friday, March 21, at 7:30: p.m. be celebrated as a Spring of Miami. 'Also Van H. Priest
11 Harbin and Donna. The Senior Citizens will have a Vacation in the Bradford present were 17 grandchildrenand Company
vices am. and
Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. llermie Kelly bake sale at the Easter Egg County Schools. So parentsand two great-grandchildren. ;..
Wednesday ;
visited their cousin, Mrs. Loca Hunt. Anyone wanting to children can make their .'
7:30:Grace p.m Bible United Study. Whitten, of Lake Buller on donate baked foods of any plans for gardening, yard W.. Call St. Starke,, Fla. .< ,.

Sunday School 9:45 Methodist: ; Sunday.Mr. kind may call Mrs. Fontaineat work, housecleaning or [y

Worship Services Ham a.m.. and and Mrs 11.C. I Harley 468-1156 or Mrs.Vaughan at playing. I For your Easter finery we invite you to shop our store pretty. ready! to .

7:30: p.m., United Methodist with Bushnell their spent son-in-law the weekend and 4681152. FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS wear for everyone in the family. l) :. ,

Fellowship 6:30: p.m., Choir afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall
Practice 7:30: Wednes- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. The Wednesday )
I, p.m. another and family, craft class, held at the were honored on their 50th Also the small things you will need such as Easter" candy, Easter grass, 1 '
day.Fifth Recreation Center Wedding Anniversary, Sun-
is) Palm Sunday in Lent, which Mrs Darlene relatives.Norman and is Hampton being enjoyed by a numberof day afternoon at the Hampton Easter baskets, plush rabbits, Easter cards, Easter lilies.

"Crowe Sermon sons were Sunday dinner women in and around Recreation Center. The hall '
Topic "is and the of her brother-m law Hampton. Anyone interestedin was decorated in white and
guests -
Cross. A.k: Get Everything For Easter How At Your
Loretta (Hand and sister Mr. and Mrs. Carl good fellowship as well as gold with the tables having '
Teresa
handcrafts is white cloths with golden :'
Norman and their parents, learning
Josie
Devore, '
Capehart and welcome Wednesday afternoons wedding bells. There were 'Charley I'
Uichardand Mr and Mrs Leonard Norman -
Mike Mews Van
H. Priest
Mrs candles and beautiful Company
John Steitz, Mrs. Mae Wells Other guests were their from 2:30: to 4:30: golden
flowers. Punch and cake were .
son-in law and daughter, Mr. p.m. E.
and Mrs Robert
Lee, of
UMYF went to the and Mrs. )Frederick Prescott. served with each piece of cake /. ',.q
Nursing Mrs. Sophie Starling and Basic Education Classes having a gold wedding ring on Plastic
Home at Macclenny and on Saturday daughter of Dunellon were meet every Monday and top as a favor. There were JohnsAbout Easter Baskets (
I II morning sang several Sunday dinner guests of their Wednesday evening from 6:30to : many beautiful gifts. Three .
and led Eggs "
songs in group sing- L >
Miss Arthurine biother-m-law and sister, Mr. 9:30: at Hampton City Hall hundred guests signed the
ing. and Mrs. Hubert Blanchard and Mrs Jim Rosier and Recreation Center. guest book. Among those This Question: YI
Priest
present were friends fromSuper 49c,59c,69cTo
went along with them. All Welcome to our community, .
visited Miss Enza Blanchard Mr. and Mrs I Edward: )FBiooker The Hampton Recreation Fill > !
"A Milwaukee banker and .
while there. and Mr and Mrs. Committee of the HamptonArea Deluxe / i.f' "' .
I II .
held their first political leader sued I.
Leslie Brooker who live on meetingat Gold Lined Labels was i".tf
Sunday School Baptist 9:45: Church a.m.:, the old Kemp place the Recreation Center, Only $4..' I for $200,000 in a libel 69c :: ;

Worship Services 11 a.m. and6pm Friends of Mrs Gary Monday afternoon. Arthur action. The jury awarded Doz \1// All Double 1 1 .:
Bruno is the director of the
Bennett regret to learn that
Prayer Wed- Does
Meeting Committee and Mrs. $275,000. this point. I 1
she is a surgical patient in St.
nesday at 7 p.m. Vincents Hospital Jacksonville Josephine Fontaine is Ann ..r. ..u, up the need for excess or 'I
Northside Baptist Church:III secretary. '.7. Hdn.Otr..t'Hy.haro .t t umbrella liability in. Large FoamPillows
Sunday School 9:45: a.m., CatfrrndayHOp .; 4 Knit. r-j
Worship Services Ham. and7pm. Mr.and Mrs. Bobby Bennett e surance for business and .
Bennett SCHOOL NEWS __ ... f. .. ,
Prayer Meeting Wed- and Mrs Elsie of 0 .. ,5 professional people?" ";
at 7 Holly I Hill attended the luneralof The kindergarten Class was j : ..
nesday p.m.SCHOOL On Bolts" ;
their aunt Miss Lorraine. glad to see Leslie Brown backin E. t,
500 GOLD LINED Charley
Starling, on Saturday. While school last week, feeling RETURN ADDRESS LABELS
NEWS here they also visited Mrs. fine after his tonsilectomy. Quick. and..... way to put you Name and Return'
The 1 hrsl grade class of Miss _. .. .,. .
Teresa Melton also had her on tcHtira\book 'record to Any N.m. JOHNS AGENCY I
Bennett and .
Buster _
AB Gary Add and Zip Cod up'to 4 ImM bMulifully' printed *'J'
Andl'rson'presented a Bennett in SI Vincents tonsils removed last week and Wlln" targe Gold' Strip' ftOO. ,label,!only U M. 1Clarence 1' *" 88c Ea. $2 Yd \
to the other 131 SO.WALNUT ST.J .
program gradeson Hospital Jacksonville. plans to be back in school *..... 42MI Paihwood St Fremont. Ca V4UB 1 .
Wednesday March 12. All Sincere sympathy of the soon. Prior to her .. 'PHONE, 984-5070! :, t-/
students In the class ....
participated her teacher : -- .1'
the community is extended to the hospitalization t ;11
in and
singing Mrs. Jean Clark obtained a
family and relatives of '
choral reading r {
The physical fitness parts team is Tommy Crawford who movie film on preparation for wr:: .....N''"J-.... ,: .
and whatto -
passed Saturday afternoon entering a hospital '
busy preparing lor the meeton away expect when entering the '.; ; : .1lwiyl7f w' .' '' ,v .. r'.W,

Saturday March 22. at the Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilki- hospital. After seeing this :

Bradford High School track, son and their mother, Mrs. B. film the first, second and .Kites fun.As ; 0.:
The meet will start at 9 a.m. thrid assured are
L \Vilkison Sr., visited her graders were :
and each school
elementary that bea
sister Mrs Lattice Rucker of being hospitalized can .
will have a boy's and girl'steam Lake Butler who pleasant experience.Mrs. { .
is a patient T 1' I'
of eight students to in Bradford County Hospitalon Carole Shields' Sixth
compete in the county wide Graders have been budgetingand '
Sunday afternoon.
e\ent. All parents and friendsare Mr.and Mrs. Carl Nelson of shopping by scanning the long as remember
invited to.watch the com Warren Penn., and Mr. and daily newspapers in search of you 11
petition. Mrs. Gordon Nelson of New bargains. This may prove

Castle Penn., stopped by for a very useful when these ,
short visit with their cousins, students are making their own'
PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee, on living in a few years. there swings attached. K ,
Mrs Wilma Wainwright their way home after vacationing The first, second and third are .
.' i iiI
spent a week with her son and in South )Florida graders learned a lot about I
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Tye, Jr. nutrition recently when Mrs. :
,i lyde Wainwright and family and family of South Daytonawere Barbara Rardon of the County"BROOKER r". \i. \ .V ,* '+**?&* i
Katon: Park, and .her weekend of their\ IJ, ..,...,!'...... iif'
.j Rf'i. guests :! ""). .ou.t < .....
t'parents. Mr. and Mrs..Jesse: parents,,,,61r.andMrs"JohnTye ; : 1," ,....f'o .II- 1j.J'I": -"' p-4t ...... iiir
Starling of Bartow. While SrDon : r (" ..\ "-'-' 'I'
there they attended the Slraw- Lee and Miss Geni Carter '.f"
.beiry )Festival at Plant City. of Jacksonville were Sun- IN BRIEFBy 1 ..i 'j B F. McCulley and David day afternoon guests of his
spent the weekend with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Jeannette Prescott :.. lTRIHO
son-in-law and daughter Mr Pearson. .
and Mrs. Scott Davies and Mr and Mrs. G.L. Petersonof SCHOOL NEWS efrdh

grandson. Brent Edward of Dowling Park were Satur- This weekend. March 22, 16 i''l '
Pensacola and Mrs B. )F day evening dinner guests of students will compete in- '
McCulley who has spent three their son-in-law and daughter, Starke in the )First Annual OFr" -of
weeks with them. Other Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee. Bradlord Elementary School I : '
guests for the weekend were Mr and Mrs. Lonnie Teston Physical Fitness Meet. .'....
their other parents Mr. and were Sunday dinner guests of Eight boys and eight girls ; ,!a
Mrs. Robert Davies Sr., of their son-in-law and daughter, will compete in the Standing : ntidr
Ambler, Penna Mrs. B. F. Mr. and !Mrs Charlie Mosleyand Broad Jump 50-yard Dash,
,McCulley returned home with family of Highland. Shuttle Runs, Pull-ups, Sit-
Mr. McCulley and David on Ralph )Futch. Jeff and ups and the 600 Yard Run- ("'1'
Sunday. Karen of Black Mountain Walk. tpV

Mrs Edith Swinney visited Mrs. J.P. Wyrick "of All 4th 5th, and 6th graders. t
hl'r'hon-in-Iaw and laughter, Tallahassee !Mrs. Joyce have completed the Presidential
Mr and Mrs. C. A. North and Futch oi Blackshear; Ga., and Physical Fitness Test
family Sunday March 2, in Mrs. C.E. Strickland. of given in their physical education -
their new townhouse in Jack- Gainesville were dinner classes. The following -

sonville. guests of !Miss )Elizabeth students are. the top eight in
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodgesand Terry on Saturday. This is the this test: or
lamely were guests of first time all the Terry sisters Girls; Linda Manning Jill' y
their brothers-in-law and had been togehter in some Hayes, Shelia Starling, \
sisters Mr. and Mrs Eldridge time. Malissa Rabon: Susan
Sweat and family and Mr. Mr and Mrs J. F. Robert Douglas, Mary Rogers, Eva
and Mrs. Enoch Crews and son's grandson 4-C Cadet McKinney, and Penny Jakab
family or Orlando over the Kenneth Bryan is home for a Boys: Carl Foster, David 3,
weekend. They spent Saturday week from Coast Guard Academy Sparks, Curtis Jones, Eddie r.
at Disney World. New London Conn. He Barnes, Carl Johns, Clay .. kAr
Mrs. Joyce Futch was a will be speaking at three McRae Wayne Green and ,
guest I of cousins in Live Oak public schools in Jacksonvillethis Willie Hamilton.

and Chattahoochee Monday to week He his dad and School will be dismissed Y iy1 ,' A' Mi .
Wednesday noon at which mother Mr. and Mrs. C.K. early today in order for the A" I t on..p.

time she was a dinner guest of Cowan were Thursday teachers to attend curriculum ,, '. > ;/' !: ':1\1IIo'\ 'iI" i
her sister Mrs. J.P. Wyrick of evening dinner guest of !Mr. meetings in Starke. Parents, .; ,. .., ;\t. ....:,>>.;:.'., ......\,?.. ., : ..
Tallahassee Mrs. Wyrickcame and Mrs J.E. Robertson and please plan for your childrento w / ,. .. "tf.. \' ,y.t" ..' .,." I'I; '.
.
\ 'f-
to Lawtey with her and Mrs. Edith Swinney Other arrive home approximatelyan : ,. I 1".111"1''tf-.... :.,;,<;,* Ihi y'RA ..' "' r. "". 'i". I' 1
was a guest of another sister guests were Mr. and Mrs. J.C. hour early. School will be .. .' '' '. ..-'.;.; j'r'J '.: ... .' :.> ; -!! "
Miss Elizabeth Terry until Beach of Jacksonville. dismissed at 1 p.m. : :' {;') \' '::? ":';: ,
.
Saturday Other guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston This year's Mini-Olympic '..'. !, ',',\ ,'.',' /1: .*V".'''''.''.'.'''.'.,,{''',),'''I''''''' ". .,. ..,'
',,' '
,
Miss Terry were her nephew visited Mr and Mrs. )Fonzo games between Brooker and -' ,t' ,....Ji'. ,0(:. ,'p....',1'',,;::. .".
Ralph Futch. Jeff and Karen Prevatt and family. on Sunday Hampton will be held on .. ..'. 'T."'c.. ,.ot "if'.'','.'",'....'.?'t... .'.
of Black Mountain. N.C., afternoon. Friday, March 28 J ,\ :tj";;: 1I'i,1'. .r.,'" '..
..
Thursday to Saturday. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Spring vacation will be the .'. :. ") ...Il ... :'.!:'i 10 .
'
and Mrs, Terry Futch and Durban and family and Mr. week after Good Friday, 'J' .' "''- .: :':( "Jo.': :rp'..:..:':{JI .c'I:
of Jacksonville Beach and Mrs. p.J. Boyette and March 31 through April 4. Stu- .:. ';
called on Miss Terry Friday .family spent last weekend dents return to school on April Flying a kite is child's play. tL; .. :.,' ';f. But simply reminding your kids what ::1

aCternoon land of Gainesville Mrs. C.E. was Strick a with in-law their, Mr.brother and Mrs.and sister-. Earl 7. PERSONALSMrs. n But there are a few things you : (..,; '.:'ii; < not to do when flying a kite is not'shouldtellyourchildrenwhen

Friday overnight guest of her Boyette and family of Columbus Doris Snyder, of Jacksonville t. ; ". '. '> eno gh.Becauseinspiteofallyourwamings, ,

sister, Mrs. Joyce )Futch All Ga. While there another and Mrs.' Bobby they tell you they'regoing .'. ; '. there's always the chance they'll still get their
of them attended the weddingof brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Gnann and children of Middle-
their nephew, Steve Futch and Mrs. Richard Durban of burg visited their parents, to fly a kite. :kites snagged on a power line, or caught up.in a tree.

and Miss Monteen Brewer of Atlanta J joined them for the Mr.. and Mrs. Evan Hodgeslast First of all,if they : And what do they do then? '

Keystone Heights at Grace weekend. Law Sunday. G.:W. Parrish,' of ,make their own,make If it's a power line, the answer's simple. Leave alone.ArId ,
Goodrich ,
Mrs. Daisy
visited his aunt
Church on Friday Providence,
I night.Baptist. Elder and Mrs. Don Mc- and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Evan sure they use only wood and paper:For that matter,you should call us for advice.Trying to pull the kite down, or climbing up .'.

If Friends of H. W. (Buster) Cullers and their mother, Hodges; one day last week. never fly a kite with wise or anything metallic.As metals are after it, could result in a serious shock,, :.*jf. ,
Bennett to learn that he Mrs. Dan McCullers, Sr., all of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Greenof .
1 I regret conductors of electricity On the other hand,should the kite caught in a tree,; .'
is a surgical patient in St. Vin- Vero Beach, were weekend Palatka visited his sister, ;: get ; I'';
'II cents Hospital Jacksonville. guests of. her brotherinlawand Mrs. Ruby Hodges last Satur Secondly,kites are fair weather friends.Caution your ', ', make sure there are no power lines around.Trees near power",;,,... I"

We are happy to report at this sister Mr. and Mrs. J.F, day. Another brother Mr. and children never to fly them in a rain or thunderstorm. Because ; lines can be accidentally charged with electricity.So if the tree ..

time he is doing nicely after Robertson and niece, Mrs. Mrs. Joe Green and daughter, will also conduct is line it's best leave the kite where it,
surgery.Mr. Edith Swinney. Other guests also of Palatka, visited..her wet string electricity. ;Sy- near a power ,again they -
and Mrs. R.E. Smith of were Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Beachof ,Sunday afternoon. .. And,they should always fly their kites out in the open. '\,** is. And call us. ','"' : ,-' j

Bayless Highway, Mrs. Daisy Mrs Sunday.Jacksonville,, for the' '.day. Approaches 1 Safely! ay from power: lines and TV and radio antennas. Flying kites is child's play.We just want you to be sure. theyWhat's "
Boch and : Many "
: Lynnand
;:$ Nellie Wilkinson were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette: Scientists seeking an answer" more,be sure.your kids remember never to cross play it safe. .."if: ;n. ;:

dinner guests of her son-in-law Jr. and family of their were Sunday' to cancer are Involved in many streets or highways when flying a kite.And not just because of This safety message has been brought to you by Honda.:{j1,,:.<," .

oil n, and Tom daughter Whaley' and Mr. family and Mrs of dinner Mr. and guests Mrs. O.J, Boyette parents, Sr., example different, virology kinds of(the studies-fop study of the traffic.The surest way to get a kite tangled in a power line Power. &.Light as* a public service.Because serving the public t' 4Ctt-;

Starke. of Lake City. viruses as a possible cause of is to run under one. ,*4u* is really what were here for. : ,,. '&:; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins < .. ., I 'If.: .:;;
Mrs Gertie Eunice was a cancer), cell biology and immunology tlA 1 I .n 7 ", I... t : ..,
of her sisters, Mrs. and David of St. Augustine i the of. the ,, ,, .. ",, .!o'r': ''Y' I hes
guest with their ( study l ; '" '' ''! 1-\.''' '' ., { !) ; t :i ...'
Unnle Harris and Mrs. Pansy spent Saturday body's natural defense system). :it 453iiV5 : "' ; !: : '" '' '' ,. U''''' ,, 'h'w\) -
parents, Mr, and Mrs. Carl It's to keep each kindof 7' .,j ,< '. 41.;, I ;
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important %
Wedu Carter kins.. .and' Mrs. Mary. Din, research going at top speed,, '. 1t 1 '. :* 4 .__ :!! ,. > J1i': \ ';''t..ft' W: :lt.

Friends of Harold Eunice say the American Cancel Society : ,. '. I IElectricity ." .'1 '
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the \ .. .
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proud parents a volunteers as they conductthe !o' .,
learn that he is ..A.V, l., :
to a "" Is
regret a powerful servant. Respect: { .w>i .
in Baptist
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born l
daughter Bradford April 1975 ACS educational *0.. ,, .. ,! ) .
rfl. Memorial Hospital, Jacksonville -' patient in County. '. and fund-raiiipg Crusade .. .. ... .... .", :-.: ,I'
on Wednesday., Hospital. tw--. :, .p '....... +," ?w _. ....a-t".w.:: ""' .\. :fJoo \\II '.."" .

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I' 15 Coeds Try., For strawberry- Queen- .v... .. CrownFifteen ". :i- ASTER 'UNRISE' SERVICE

Bradford County Richard Carter is a junior at. Nancy' Ormsbeo, ''and Cheryl passes to the Florida Theatretwo *, giff certificate from the Dairy ;. Ml
coeds will compete Saturday Bradford and is sponsored by .Robinson. J "?' "; passes to the 301 Drive-Iirtf, Queen, two large pizzas from :% inrTIL
night March 29 at the Brad-- Jackson Building Supply. The 1975 Strawberry Queen a year's subscription to the! ute Pizza ]Hut,a sterling silver i':4&j: A[ March 30th '
ford High Auditorium for the Miss Marva Cox, 16, daughter will receive a.crown. silver Bradford County Telegraph, a. necklace from Williams : 1'10'110H'
crown of the 1975 Bradford of Mr and Mrs. Charles w. bowl from the Chamber, a $5 gift certificate from the Pet;. Jewelry, 12 Deluxe Huskees i' .
Strawberry Queen. Cox is a junior at Bradfordand $300 scholarship from Strat- Shop, shampoo and set by from Hardees, two dinners "L. s I st; Lily:
is sponsored by The ford Women's College, a $50 Bonnies Hairstyles,a hair cut, from the Garden Restaurant, IIVO
Magic Needle. savings bond from the Florida shampoo and set from Klip a$5, gift certificate from Bull-
r Miss Anita Green, 17, Bank, a $25 bond from the and Kurl, a $4.50 gift certificate -, ington's, a $15 gift certificate : Re-live the .'. ',,.. ,JAV
1 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Community State Bankj $25 from Mr. Ottos a' from Stan's Bootery, a $5 gift 10
Green is a junior at Brad Savings rom shampoo and set from Lou- certificate from Eagle (. TAW
ford and is sponsored by Bald- 'Guaranty Federal Savingsand don's Beauty Shop, a $5 gift DeVanes, a meal from Mc-
win ChevroletOlds.Miss Loan, $50 from the Starke certificate from Luzier Cosmetics ) Donalds, a personalized hand DEATH BURIAL AND YTOytxxi'
Shirley Johnson, '21, Junior Woman's Club, a a car wash from the1' shower from Durrance Pump ,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. dinner from Kentucky Fried Holiday Inn Gulf Service, one"" "and Supply, an all pro blower I us id;
Cephus Johnson is a graduate Chicken three dinners from flat of strawberries from the 'styler from Badcocks, a nicH.8V
from the University of Florida Wishbone Fried Chicken,'two Bradford Roping Club a $15 from the Athletic .
shrimp dinners from theTasteeFreeze gift certificate from Leila's, a House, and a $10 gift certificate OF CHRISTAs :3HTbun J '
a record $5 gift certificate from from Woodburn's Gem RESURRECTION Tllitl
Johnson Mosley 'album from Dahmers, two Stump's Department Store, a Jewelry. ,
Entries include: 1oulx:}
Miss Alice Atwood 18, "t
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Set' 11"1JjIIJloCl
Head Start Workshop Monday
W.F, Atwood,Sr. Miss Atwoodis
a senior at Bradford High of
and is sponsored by the Civi- A CUBB Full Year Head being taught In Head Start., Easter theme is being drawnby Portrayed By The Young People 10
tans r Start Parent Involvement '1 The parents are volunteering one of the parents from the
.. t T! 3 Workshop will be held at the in the Easter activities. Some'' Bradford Head Start PTA, )T
Bradford County Head Start beautiful art work for the Mrs Peggy Crews. \011'1'
Center at RUE School in
Atwood Green Starke on Monday, March 24, Calvary Baptist Church 'iTTA JUt
M and is sponsored by the Law- at 7:30: p.m. Rayonier Sponsoring>> Scholarship '!!! IOJ1Am
Icy Youth Club. This workshop will cover
!
Miss Karen Mosley, 16, vital Head Start material for ITT Rayonier Foundation ownership. These counties are c.";> 1 1! 1d 1 XAT
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. parents from Clay, Union announced today that .thCk., Baker, Bradford Columbia,
Marcus Mosley is a sopho- Baker and Bradford counties Foundation will again award-I I tiilchrist, and St. Johns l.n".I1I.' ; 3 Mi. South of Starke on U ,5.301 tOil\R8!
who will participate. Refresh- scholarships to two outT Florida, and Camden and'
04 ments will be served.Committee standing high school seniors in, Charlton In Georgia.The ,UR9XAT 3FI!
first will be
scholarship
the Florida operating area;

Miss Bennett Darlene Bennett Robinson, 16, 11y The Bradford County Meets PTA made The by announcement Ernest P. Davis was,, $375 for $750 and and are the for second one year.for. Under The Pecan Trees That Belong To The Lord 'A.IOSO JJA I:

daughter\ of Mr. and Mrs. Committee of Head Start held .resident manager of ITT Recipients are free to attend
Johnny Bennett. Miss Bennettis its monthly meeting on March Rayonier Southeast Timber'' any accredited university,
a junior at Bradford and is 15. Two films, 'There is Division. college or junior college; of or
Genius in the MaD, ,(heir choice and major in JZalV3R
sponsored by TerwillegarMotors Average Davis noted that the annual may YOU ARE INVITED
of Starke. .. ,",-:, and"By Jupiter,"were shown 'scholarships have been any subject. Candidates will .
.IJ to the parents by Owen .be selected on the basis< of. HA33Q
1970 to outstanding
awarded since / '
McRae. The parents also students graduating,. scholarship, leadership and *
financial need and made 331JHT
Williams Cox contacted photographerWoody ,
from high schools and living in
Cooper to take picturesof counties where ITT Rayonier without regard to race ,
t more at Bradford High and is the children at the center on has significant timberland" Mreligion, color, sex, age'. IT
I sponsored by Hazel Griffis March 10. Staff has completed national origin or ancestry. xlol
Standard Oil Station. screening for dental and -- arts'
Miss Bernadette Robinson, physical examinations. lit 6 'N' J 10letr.h

16, daughter of Mrs. Clara B. .
yti3rwli:
Parker, is a sophomore at Easter Plans
Bradford and is sponsored by The Head Start children, FOOD
Chestnut and Haile Funeral together with the staff and. 001111"bI
Branson Carter Home. parents, are planning an ,." )
Miss 1 Deborah Branson 17, Miss Cindy Williams, 16, Easter party with an Easter JtEEFSIRLOIN ,.x' I REGULAR GRIND ""IIiVilli
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. egg hunt. Baskets are being, .* OR
Jesse Branson. Miss Bransonis Dennis Williams, is sponsoredby made by the children from one *X'X FAIRSUPERMARKETS ,. ELECTRIC''' PERK 19'11Ih
sponsored by Hurst Shell Winkler Electric, Inc. gallon bleach jugs and the
Previous entries include children will decorate them I pollVbl

Scr\Miss ice. Brenda Carter, 16, Miss Marilyn Chandler, using their own ideas. The '.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Debra Jordan, Karen Lunn, children will also color eggs in $ : COFFEE lo
STEAKS
class as a part of the art STARKE rJ>tuwal

s concepts (color, etc.) that are 320 SOUTH nuil/

March 28 At 8:00 PM LEGALSIN :I:: WALNUT ST. OlKIfait

: --$148. T' o.rr.xu.THRU V ATDAV MAHCN LOW 2.roxu..un.MICH Ii7i QUANTITY OOOO OOOD tlVIN HUNTS LB 79c '>wh'JO

THE CIRCUIT COURT I )fl HISMVID
20,000 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF t Iw.nPwsrel It leapt BAG "'ellQ
and not a drop of water FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- U.10.JL FOOD er 1uCOUPONS ';.\1'.
h.1nO
FORD COUNTY..
a ESTUS PIIMU 1r. 1 CIVIL ACT4ONMK,.., > '?' t ,ru. .. .
ij 4 Case No.75-60 I "txnri.|
wv
present Y+ 1 'II1 .h;,>,,
In re: The Matter of the Adop- .,.r"U'
BEEF BLADE
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tion of JEROME BASS
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f14 CHUCKROAST
NOTICE OF SUIT-
NO PROPERTY

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To: ROZINA WILSON
I t Address Unknown
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LLt ll sl' LLINIfI -Hi
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat ll
an action for Adoption has< "mto
Tor lured Lost Souls been filed against you ROZINA !I
WILSON and are required to IHi"III-
you .
:
Burning Forever serve a copy of your written defenses ,. ." ,'''',,' Hl'<
ntooucnoN IT i if(any to it, on the plaintiff's nrxw.wur. ';Ic BEEF CHUCK i i UMMTID it N "
RIBSTEAKS f'G #Hard RipeTOMATOES
'SEE'HUNDREDS THE ORMOND attorney, whose name and FRESH STEAKS BEEF Pork LoinCHOPS i urtuse,
ORGANIZATION address is GEORGE H. PIERCE, FRYERS jt ifoi >> CABBAGE
OF Esq. P. O. Drawer 1030 Starke, : $ CTNOF '
BIBLICALWONDERS' Florida 32091, and file the u 4% III' S8& Lao '118 12: 98 > La ,12, ,* 33 .nqi. .fIjLU"i j I
original with the clerk of the >>'
above styled court on or before
.Ir, / March 31, 1975; otherwise a cPgltxssr'
: filmed ) judgment may be entered ,lUrtl,
against you for the relief de- : MAYON : FLORIDA Jill
I in the Hol/land. r manded in the complaint or peti-. PTNAISE ; [II ORANGES .J;( e

ADAPTED FOR THE SCREEN tion. ,
\ AND DIRECTED BY RON ORMOND WITNESS my hand and the II h
B seal of said Court on February" IIkf.d"
.0] :II OR. JACK HYLES i .. r .
SUi dbM2hMHM "
24, 1975. I I T O 1.V
O "' .. O .... OUH IVIHVDAY .... 1111.IIlN
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Grace GILBERTS.'BROWN: COMPARE!' ......" u"o COMPARE ;:.:...c.: :. u..o COMPARE! 'fllCIssssrc tOW-' u..o

j BaptistGriffis As Clerk of said Court Skinless FranKs"''=-.:c'- 69 14' Cottage Cheese :00""= 59t 4" Shoulder 'Steak r :..'1" II' V ...

Loop-Starke By: Beulah Deputy M. MoodyAs Clerk Sliced Bologna :i-;::.- 89 14' Perch Fillets :woo ... 69ttor Smoked Picnics;?E\; :::::? 68tto- 1IMJIei b-

3/6 4t 3/27 Chipped Meats:. c:c- 45 'Rolf Sausage =- ..:"" 79ttOO Sliced Bologna :r/"ov.v:: :... 99ttel' A j

------- r 10 Juice 98 Cheese 89* .' .I3Qaifi
Cooked Ham. s1'a.: Orange m r tat Cottage -"r;: )

Boneless Harl-.ri., : ., s4" 110' ,,.CbDlSI.iCes{ 'x':: ID\ 89 to' Sliced Bacon u:":.o'n: 99tto' ''MO' '

Peter Cottontail Invites You To See The WeinerS Oscar ,Ihjer :S3:',::"-99< ::10' Fried -Fish Sticks L1. ....'111 20', _: : : 49tto' .J'/I(/

,k,1(
'
Parade Of ESVSTER EVSSTTERPACKER '11&t jAr
Easter AnimalsAt '.' I

I I LABEL 10.Jl\
The Starke Pet Center 1. FRENCH I IFRIESFROZEN f) I I

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j 29c Ea __ 4 '** j

LE vfffa
: <00J > 2 LB ; t tw
jjfr"4FOR1. ... POLYBAG 3lCARRY ., i
J ."rsry. t
"54 1
$198 Ea. 'r JyrJ t

; -- ) COMPARE! 0:1i;::. ;. u':; ;!' fWE A COMPARE! :" OOH.":;IVIH,ijr* '.:.": (nil'tr.nlq flfl. b

I '; :: Dill Pickle :r.: ": 43c .. Pork & Beans "'";:::"u' f29c: .. f r

'?) Pantry Pride Aires ,i :. 49c io. COMPLETE LINE Beef Stew ::'ar:::: i69 j4' task'1sf ti

; J Pantry Pride Dinners >0' 49c u OF ASTER t Vienna Loaf O1wr,f ((49(' 44twx 0.1 .t i')So tJI" ,Ct

: i 'v. Taco Casserole *.'.?::;r 79 ". _. Sausage .'m;- 129c '0. Qfl(4 p

J., FASTER Pantry Pride Catsup ,':.r3/l/ CANDY! '':; '.:-:ii''. Potted.,' Meat U4 :rr.v vI>5ISI4i1tEJ / 2. ,r1JQ fioZS
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BUNNIES .,, .r.i.a am. II
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1 ( ,ixlr498 & 598 I It' CHILI POT PIES
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: & Katheleen CollierSTERKEI. MJ II
Harry ----
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#fi G* WICK ; PICAN i' St Aw (RRr C
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/ .. ,CENTER ,',FLOYRuaw I ; FILM L SPIRIN }BRED ;CINNAMON DESSERTCUPS J C
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THE CIRCUIT COURT OF '
IN

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR To: Address EDWARD Unknown'BROWN I V" I V T use the t k, '
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND tOnfA/tlYf/ '"' V

FLORIDA FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat : ,." ::: =-
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an action for dissolution of 11-: tljQr off' "W\k- WANTADSFOR
marriage has been filed against ::: f Iof r J ea, 7 nJ x..r wwG
CIVIL ACTION NO. 75-81

you and you are required toeerve ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. FOR SALE: 1967 Ford Station FOR SALE: 5 room house, 1 sih srr.r

'VALIDATION OF$250,000 CITY defenses a ,copy if of your to written it on cows.SALE Heifers- REgistered and bull calves Angus The only requirement for Wagon, radio air condition bath, ducted heat 100 x 100 W<' now have a full time appll

OF lAWTEY; FLORIDA .RICHARD D. WELTY any Attorneyfor J.B. White. Phone 9646114or membership is a DESIRE to trailer hitch, etc., good fenced with 10 k 20 utility aluminum ance repairman for all your
WATER REVENUE BONDS condition. Ph. 964-5390. Up building in city of
Petitioner whose address Is 964-8775. tfchg stop drinking. Ph. 964-7959 repair needs
.. 964-7619 or 9645148.2/ -J---------- Starke near stores & schools
114 N. Walnut Street P. O. Box -- -.---- -- '
CITY OF LAWTEY, a public 12tp 3/27 FOR SALE: 1966 Ford Galaxie, Ph. 9646349. 3/13 2tp 3/20 Call Badcocks ;
995 Starke Florida, 32091 and ::
body corporate and politic of ------------ 964-5289
------------ A/C, PB, PS, body perfect "
,
Bradford County, Florida, file the original with the Clerk of FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose handgun mechanics trtuillrga -
Plaintiff, the above-styled Court on or be- 855.22 hand guns$24.95 special. $300. Ph. FOR SALE Two mobile homes
fore April 7, 1975 otherwise a 25 automatic guns from 533-2053 or see at Wilbur'sGarage arTd lots. One-2 bedroom 1973
VS.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, and judgment may be entered $49.95. Dahmers Discount WATSON'SHOUSE Kingsley Lake. Itp' model; One-3 bedroom 1972 REALTY
OF VACUUMS ------------
the Taxpayers, Property Owners against you for the relief deman- tfchg model.) Cash or financed J.B.
----------- FOR SALE: 1970 Chev. pick-up White BRASINGTON
and Citizens of Bradford 964-6114tfchg J'
ded in the Petition.
Many brands of new vacuums. 6 cy!. automatic step-side ('AIMLLAC-OI.DSMOBILE'
Florida -"**"""--- *"*---
County, including non. WITNESS my hand and the FOR SALE: leclthlnl! Vlnegarl) Used machines available. step bumper radio, 26,000 SALES; &SERVICE !J ;r yyrn4
residents owning property or seal of said Court the 4th Coachman
on day B6I Kelpl) Now all four in our Expert Repairs all makes. miles 1100. Call Michael FOR SALE: 8x35 Fine selection of Und Cars '
subject to taxation, therein of March, 1975. travel trailer or mobile home Exclusive water front lots on .
for Reddish
ask VB6 964-8414.
capsule, + Parts and Accessories for all Itp Taken On Cadillac Trades
Defendants. ... 5000. 1974 Ford pulpwoodtruck Hampton Lake can now be
Mitchell's Drugs. 3/13 2tp vacuums.; Built in central ----------- .21101 N.W. 13th 3711530'GAINESVILLE :
GILBERT S. BROWNAS 3/20 with self loader and only yoursl These lots are large with
vacuum cleaning 712 FOR SALE: 1965 VW : t
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE systems. camper .
CLERK OF SAID COURTBy 6.000 miles 84500. Carl beautiful trees. We also have
------------' bus. Fold-down seat ice box
N. Main Gainesville 3767110.TF ,
: Beulah M. Moody and water tank. Register OH Wilson 964-6691.3/13 Itp 4/3 building lots off of the lake with
TOTHE'STATE
: OF FLORIDA Deputy Clerk FOR SALE: Couch 6 Chair Co.,9645686.3/l32tchg 3/20 ------------ good terms availableLake
THROUGH THE STATE 3/6 4t 3/27 Colonial. $100. Call 964-8235. ------------ -
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ATTORNEY FOR THE EIGHTH FOR SALE:: 12 x 65 Mobile
ItpFOR Santa Fe... handsometwo RESCUE
AVON TO THE
Home take
over
CIRCUIT OF payments.
JUDICIAL IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ------------ n story multi-family home.,.
AND TO THE SEVERAL Inquire 96472123/6 4tp 3/27
FLORIDA mod.,..ideal for to
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT very you
PROPERTY ---- ----
OWNERS OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR SALE: Brazo blackberry [ FOR RENT complete Caught Up In A Lay-Off? Save
TAXPAYERS CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY. plants. 10 cents each. 964-. PERSONAL SERVICESAWS - Your Budget By Selling Our 1

BRADFORD COUNTY CASE NO. 75-76 6663. Itp BYRON E. DUCE We have acreage to sell Highway Famous Products. Call Loma i
FLORIDA INCLUDING NON ------------
Reg. Real Estate Broker 100 frontage near Starke. 2 Clyatt at 755-0731 or write P. O. j

PROPERTY RESIDENTS OR SUBJECT OWNING TO IN RE: The Marriage of MARY FOR SALE:: New Holland sickle- FOR RENT: Furnished apt. week 393 N. Temple Ave. 1/2 acres and up to 70 acres. Box 5127. Lake City, Fla. 32056.

SUSAN FOGG ONTIVEROS bar mower, 3 point.hook-up. month Underwood Motel, 9647700See Terms. tf
TAXATION THEREIN, AND SHARPENED work or .
Petitioner, and GUSTAVO - -
ALL OTHERS HAVING OR GARZA ONTIVEROS, 7823564. Itp guarantee! Cull 964.7509 or north of" Starke on 301. us for all your Real Estate Lake Brooklyn two bedroom

CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, TITLE Respondent. ------------ leave at Jackson Building Completely_furnished.__ 1tp needs.LISTINGS ,home w hit e' sand 1
--IFOR ---- -- ,
OR INTEREST IN PROPERTYTO FOR SALE: Reduce safe and Supply. Sturku or Keystone FINANCING ibeach.$32,000.

BE AFFECTED BY THE NOTICE OF SUIT / fast with GoBese Tablets & E- Heights tfchg. RENT: 12 foot wide 3 RENTALS Call Anytime I Davidson

ISSUANCE OF THE WATER Vap- "water pills" Andrews bedroom 1 1/2 bath mobile 964.5476 or 964-7955 - -

REVENUE BONDS HEREIN To: GUSTAVIO GARZA Pharmacy, 356 W. Madison home 782-3584. Itp tf Gator Bone Lake...Furnished Mobile Home ParkIn r'r I

AFTER MORE PARTICULARLY ONTIVEROS .... two bedroom cot-
Starke. 3/13 2tp 3/20 --- --------
DESCRIBED OR TO BE AFFECTED Address Unknown ------------ TOP SOIL. FILL DIRT: 6 days a FOR RENT Furnished tage..fireplace dock, beautiful City Limits
week dozer work and : apt., 544
IN ANY WAY drag
beach.$29.500.
THEREBY: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat FOR SALE:4 appliance mags -2 line work. Call 468-1873 Star W., Call Street. ltchg.-- UNITED REGISTERED FARM AGENCY REAL - $30 Per Mo.
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The above cause coming on an action for dissolution of Goodyear raised white letter E Rt. Hampton STEPHEN ESTATE BROKER Make an offer on a frame homeon
to be heard upon the complaintthis marriage has been filed againstyou 70 14's,2 GOO 15's $200. Ph. SMITH LANDFILL tfchg. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom and bathhouse PAUL&IRENEFAULKNER Weldon Street. Walk To New

day filed herein by the City and you are required to 964-6020 or 964-6021. 1tchg. -----------_ Andrews Street $80 964-5065 - Shopping Center
------------ monthly. V. E. Olin. Ph. 964-
of Lawtey Florida seeking to serve a copy of your written We have building lots available .
DOZER WORK: Reasonable City Gas,Water 6 Sewer
determine the authority of the defenses, if any to It on FOR SALE: 2 acre tracts 2 locations rates, land &Iota cleared fish 8746.. Itp Home & 80 Acre Farm Good'' in Keystone. Terms.. Trader lots
of Lawtey to issue its City of RICHARD E. WELTY ...---------- also available bn
CIty Attorneyfor 3500. FRED ponds dug. Call M.G. Pasture & Barns. Terms, are Hiylivwy' On 301 South {
Lawtey Water Revenue Bondsin Petitioner whose address is SACKETT-REALTOR, Starke Lake Butler, Fla. 496-2530.Berry FORFdEMT: : 2 bedroom 12x60 tfchg 301 and Rd. 18 .-. 10. 5

the amount of $250,000 to be 114 N. Walnut Street P. O. Box 964-6522. 3/20 2tp 3/27 3/20 2tp 3/27 trailer 1/2 mile south on 301. - Jolu Motel

dated as of the date of delivery 995 Starke Florida 32091, and ------------ 964-186. Itp New home with 3 BR, 2 B and
in the denomination of$1,000 or file the original with the Clerk of ------------ one acre lot. Central heat & air. 964.8810

any multiple thereof but not the above-styled Court on or FOR SALE: 1 love seat $15 2 I WILL BABY SIT in my home -"f'1--------- 30 acres with good timber large utility room. House will

greater than $10,000, maturing before April 14, 1975 otherwise beds $10 each, 2 piece sectional Monday thru Friday. Call 964- FOR RENT'. : BRADFORD, Modern VILLAGER fur-- paved, road front. 4 miles N. of convert to 1600 feet if breeze-

at" various times from 1978 a judgment may be entered couch $35. Underwood 6655 for information. 1tp APTS.' way is enclosed.
Starke terms.Commercial
through 2015 bearing interest against you for the relief Motel, Hwy. 301 North of ------------ nlsh4itI A/C., 1 BR, walk-in \ Long Champ

payable annually on the first day demanded In the Petition.' Starke. Itp clOB'IJ'!, :enclosed patio off building block construction Cecelia T. TerwillegarReg.
WITNESS hand and the ------------ LADY DESIRES days work for street parking. 315 Washing Home and
of September at a rate not to my 7 2,400 sq ft. 1 acre Real Estate Broker
tm.Stf Ph. 964-8601 after
exceed the rate allowable bylaw seal of said Court on the 10th three days. Honest depend- ; land, 3 miles from Starke. 206 W. Madison Ave. Materials
a more particular description day of March, 1975.GILBERT. FOR SALE: 15 acres all or part, able & desirable. Ph.. 964- p.m3tjhg.: (Building ]

of said bonds being contained at Underwood Motel, north of 6716. 3/20 2tp 3/27 --'l'i---------; 19 acres Lawtey, good timber. 9645145964.7x76 -WE BUILD

In the Complaint filed in S. BROWNAS Starke on 301. Itp ------------ Terms a '
these proceedings to determinethe CLERK OF SAID COURTBy ------------ FOR .RENT! 12' wide mobIle.. "YOUR PLANS OR OURS

legality of the proceedingshad : Donna M. Branson FOR SALE: 19" Black & White HAYES ELECTRIC: Serving the homes outside city limits. JB. 176 acres Brooker area Some YOUR LOT OR OURS'
and taken in connection Deputy Dork county with service work, White. ,Ph. 964 6114. tfchg. I planted pines.
TV $35
and up. 9647143.Itp ESTIMATES i
-- FREE
residential and [ -
therewith and the legality of the 3/13 4t 4/3/ small commercial

provisions, covenants and wiring. My low overheadwill FOR. RENT Mobile Home 1 to 10 acres open land. 4 Miles REMODELING REPAIRS
------------
agreements contained therein, save you money. Free subdivision\! acre lots $35 from Starke. Home sites only $ SAYE $

and seeking a judgment of this NOTICEI FOR SALE: Property on estimates Ph. 782-3077. 3/13. mo.,3 miles from city limits at ADDITIONS .,
Court fo validate the proceedings I will not be responsible for Sampson Lake '100x350 5 2tp 3/20 intersection of Hwy 16 and 1 to 2 acres mobile home sites FREOJUml: 'HOMESBOUGHT'f'SOLD' *1 rire

lee said revenue bonds and ...8frJ debts! made n bY.. '"r i mlle&W.dStark., excellent ---';;--"';''':;T-:=---0---* 5 |p.. Ow .,MOWs .:Apad.Ph,9645606.. N.W. of Starke ..4'erms..I. ..5.'TFI''aT1Y .
said revenue bonds when issued J iweT HamptonI' .fishing and hunting. 964-6650!'. : .! .i :' I GMC,TRUCKS: ? V 'J-. SQ'E;
FOR
WILL DO harrow & disc work BUICK PONTIAC & ACREAGE
pursuant thereto and said complaint day or 964-8334 night. d--------- George Roberts Real Estate
been Hampton Financing available. 2/27 for home gardeners. 964- f '' 964-7826 or 9646593tf "A LITTLE RIDE CAN
now having presented 3120Bobby 6422. 3/132tp 3/20 FOR RENT: 2 bedroom mobile 964-6853
to this Court, for entry of 3/13 2tp 4tchg 3/20 SAVE YOU A L6T" TF
......,. home 880. Call 964-5261 or
----- ----- HWY 301 S. STARKE TFO'bIl
an Order to Show Cause pursuant ----------- Itp GREEN COVE SPRINGS"INSURANCE : :

to Chapter 75 Florida Statutes
---------
and the Court being fully FOR SALE: 1 50 percent MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also LILLIAN C. PEARSON

advised in the premises: CLASSIFIEDCOUNTRY Umousin bull. Booking orders mobile home hurricane anchoring FOR (J5NT: Newly furnished 1 REALTOR '

IT IS ORDERED AND ADJUDGED for eggs. Ring neck and mobile, homo roof bedroom apartments. All AT REDUCED RATES Well
wild turkeys, coatimj. Olin's MOBILE electri" '. Lawtey- Ph. (Anytime)782-3806 Drilling
that the State of pheasants, Home "" A/C carpeted, in

Florida through the State Attorney Hulsey game chickens. J. M. Service. 964-5b06 Rt. 100 W. Starkef'Ph. 4733096. 3/13 Like 2 BR-1 bath brick AUTO, FIRE BOAT

of the Eighth Judicial Circuit Edwards, 964.5379, Starke. Starke FIs. IfrhgHORSESHOEING 2tp1IfJ( home new.with family room &closed DOYLE E. CONNER 2" thru 6"
...
of Florida and the several 3/13 3tp 3/27 IB < --------- garage in Lawtey 25500. INSURANCE AGENCY Fast Rotary
and GARAGE ------------ '
property owners taxpayers "RENT TCHG
: University FOR, : One 1-bedroom
citizens of the State of Florida Two 2 BR houses ((1 with extra Drilling EquipmentState
Specials FOR SALE: Case pocket knives Trained 8 yrs. Experience unfurnished apt. $75 per mo.
including nonresidents owning Spring at Dahmers Discount. Expert and Dependable Suitable for one person. 964- room for bedroom or family
property or subject to taxation 1 now tfchg. Service. Call Lou Brodsky at 8401. Itchg. room) on corner lot very neat Call Stark Licensed
therein and all others having or furniture Total price
some
1.468.1572.3/6 4tp 3/27 -- ----------
Tune-Ups: 4 cylinder ------------
claiming right title or interest
any 18700. Roofing Co. | Pumps |
-- ----------
in property to be affected $7.50 plus parts FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum $3,98, FOR RENT: 12x60 3 bedroom
n thereby be and theyare 8 cylinderS Also SEWING MACHINE REPAIR & mobile home with A/C 3 mi. double-
any way 9x12 Linoleum 898. 3 BR 1 \Vi! bath furnished
each hereby required to labor plus parts 12x12 and 12x15 in stock scissors sharpened.. all makes from Fla. State Prison. Also wide MH on 1 acre access to For Guaranteed New & UsedSalesPartsServica

appear and show cause if any Disc Brake*-118.50, parts Hundreds to choose from at cleaned, oiled and' adjusted lot,_ with hookup included. Spring Lake. Hookup for and
Roofing /
there be, before this Court on a labor. Extra for Dahmers Discount tfchg. $7. All work guaranteed, Contact Mrs. Perdue in another MH 813650. RoofingRepairs

the 14th day of April 1975 at turning disc. ------- ---- James Strickland Morgan Gainesville 377-8081 after 5. E-Z TermsPlumbing

9,30 o'clock A.M. in the Chambers Brake Jobs Drum Type Road & SR-16. Ph. 9648733or 33 3tp 3127HOUSES 3 BR-2 Bath CB on 1 Acre
$6.98 LP records 782-3189. tfchg.: -,-----------
of the undersigned Judgeat SSO.OO FOR SALE: HAMPTON FLORIDA
....
in of $4.98 598. LP for $3.98 at --- -------- I I
the,Courthouse the City Homes from $9,000A.J.Thomas.
Motors overhauled Clutch NEWSOM
2/27 "' PAUL ;
Dahmer's Discount. 11II
Starke. Florida why the prayerof ,
Repairs RETIRED CARPENTER
said should not be 26tchg 8/25 desires TOM FOWLER
complaint
Valve Jobs. work. Home additions FOR SALE I New Installation
granted\ and why the proceedings ------------ 468-1243 tfchg

I for said revenue bonds and Front End Rebuilding remodeling repairing large or ...... h ......,jj Realtor
said bonds when issued pursuant Lawnmowers Get them FOR SALE: Do it yourself 12 by small jobs. Free estimates. Ph., 621 N.Walnut St. Remodeling
Ready for Summer 12 inch tile, with stick on back 964-8253. 3/6 4tp 3/27 Tel. 964.6162
thereto should not be validated .. JIMMY: MOORE'SSun
FOR SALE 1969 2 bedroom Repairs
now at Dahmer's Discount. --------- -- : ,
and confirmed as therein Leaton (Buddy) 2/27 26tchg 8/25 mobilei; home 12x40 $500 Clean as a Hound's tooth; 2 SportsMORE

prayed. ----------- equity ft take over paymentsof bedroom frame home with
AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED Mathews fenced back close in, I[ Durranc.f
991.99 per month. 964- yard, per BOAT FOR
AND ADJUDGED that t. MotorcyclesSTARKE J 8310.1tp fect condition. Priced at YOUR MONEY TF
this Order Show Cause be
to Charles Greene cash
------------ 10000.00 or terms.
STARKE PH 964-5791!
published in the manner requiredby Pump & Supply
Section 7506. Florida Statutes Morgan Road :t WANTED, FOR SALE: 3 bedroom cement Out of Town 3 bedrooms 2
block house carport & utility COMPLETE OUTBOARD a
; in the Bradford County
baths, large lot. cent heat &air.
Telegraph a newspaper of 96479424tchg. ., CYCLE CENTER 403 room. 628 Pinewood Drive. Turn key job needs nothing buta STERN DRIVE SERVICE Company
general circulation In said county E. CaN Street Ph. 964-6020 964-8569. Itp AND REPAIR
published in Starke Florida. WANTED SECRETARY; Part Your Authorized HODAKA ---.-'-------- buyer. COMPLETE FIBERGLASS 864 N. Temple Ave.

AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED Stark Love to dealer. tfchg.. FOR SALE 4 bedroom 2
FOR SALE All sites of time area. ... : story 1 Acre mobile home lots, best ,REPAIR Starke
AND ADJUDGED that work with youth. Community ----------- brick home, needs work 323
-
masking tape The Office section in the County reason-, CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS
by such publication of this Order Shop. Services Program. Pleas N. Walnut Street $35,000 ably priced with terms. FISHING BOATS 964-7061

aH property owners.taxpayers. tend. a brief description of you finance. Call Gainesville

and citizens of Bradford Countyand yourself and peat work experience :AUTOMOBILESUSED 376-9666J3/13 4tp 4/10 Just add a paved driveway and
the State of Florida includ- ------------ and phone numberto -- .'7... ------
will have the nicest home in
ing nonresidents owning BIC PENS.The Office Shop. 19 ..\'. S.A. Thomas, 22 W. ------------ you town. Big and modem. OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.

Property or subject to taxation cents and 25 cent*., Lake Beauty Drive., Suit 102.( FOR SALE: Notebooks Memo s;. ,
Fla. 32806. 100 W. PH. 964-5606 ; :"'" -.
therein and all others having or Orlando 11tp- FOR SALE-1973 Ford Custom pads, envelope, markers, ,
claiming any right, title or interest --------- adding machine and cash reg. ar&SSER3&
dub Super Van 302 V-8, fac.
FOR SALE SOLDI LASTWEEK'SBARGAIN
in to be affected The Office Shop.
property paper .
by the issuance of said revenue 12 x f O, 2 BR, 1',Bath, furnished WANTED:: Good used chainsaw ,carpet sir, stick, $2,960., R&H 1968 curtains Chevy, IS SOLD&GONE ': LOT RENTAL FOR ONE HALF YEAR

bonds: or to be affected in anyway mobile home building material 1/2 ton PU snick e cyl.: IN OLIN'S MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION WHEN YOU
;thereby, be and they are located at WestmorelandMobile lumber, blocks, plumbing, MULTIPLELISTINGS -i- -
50-150 LW.B. $675. .Ph. 7823676. PURCHASE YOUR MOBILE HOME FROM OLIN'SAmerica's .
made parlies defendant to thisproceeding Home Park. Sim storage tank gals., Itp .TF1QYJ
and that this Court financing available.Call etc. 964-8483. 1tp Waiting You
------------
Will Ms These Too
tts'h ------------
vs jurisdction of them to
Olin's Mobile Home
if named as
the'arw.xtent aa -
-
Sales. M-M04.. WANTED. : Freezers, chest or Ceramic Tile
defendants in said complaint ttchg upright. Any size. Dahmer's Vinyl Tile! Cver\' 250 Realtors and associates 18.71 Acres 1375 ft. paved
and with
served
process personally in this causa. Discount. 9647923. 2/27 FREE ESTIMATES telling your property. Nway frontage, .fenced. ,' only carter
4tchg 320WANTED 14.7815 14950.
DONE and ORDERED in ------....----- W.TUneyTitoCo.Stark 2 old house on large lot (7,000
Chambers at Starke, Bradford -:- -

County, Florida this 17 day of FOR SALE : Used chest of 4tp Bedroom frame (9,250 9,2 Acres. 660 ft. paved-Hiway- Ints
Wer h, 1975. [ drawer, verities, and beds,
700 ft. Mature
grade. Heavy Value ,
used refrigerators. D kner s 2 Bedroom frame $10,750 Or.atmt. ,
Timber. Only 12500.
I R. A. GREEN,JR. Discount,. 864-7923. 3/13-

C RCUITJUOGE FOR SALE: Good used bikes 8tchg1 Crosby Lake.2 BR $12,200Lara - Professional Custom
------------
3/2d3tchg4/3 and tnkes. New and ,used HAYCSELECTRIC 11.1 Acre .800 ft. paved Hiway
I lurniture and appliances, *2 BR.:)% Acre (12,500 700 ft. grade Heavy Mature Tinting & Painting Advice '

IN HE CIRCUIT COURT OF,, good used mattreeasa, doth' II' tervtof the County with Service I Timber Only 13860.
,30 yd, zippers .01 per Inch, work Residential and 3 Bedroom;Cor. Lot 22.000
TM CIR- t.M usJ
EIGHTH JUDICIAL - B Gallon Get The Second
Small
Commercial
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR shingles.. $9.50 square, roofingand I Wiring. Small'farnt"; yOn .
B felt$5 roll and many more I/IIyl.ow/ Ovrh.ad will aoveyou Good 3 BR houseJ 'CALLBILL
FORD COUNTY r I "' I"Fr.. Estimate.
NO. 7S-t7 ,items BARGAIN CENTER 1 .m ) POWELL ..GaHojAt Half Price

mi. S of Stark on 301. tfchg.' "LOSE WEIGHT t Aetv'It'fast ,Phase 7(1-1077. AN. sit.. *acreage. Broker : I

In ANN B.: I +1 ..... ,M .., -_. 'whtt 'X11Diet 'Pun $3.: 2'p.' V 96464649646810RALPH
>: The Marriage of FOR SALEOamond: needles forany FRED SACKETT-REALTOR. "White And Standard Colors Only.
|BR irVN, Petitioner,- and ED- REDUCE Excess Fluids with BRYAN,
VftDBROWN.. HapondfM. stereo, over 247 different ,X-Pel, $3. KOCH DRUG. 2/0 206 N.Tempi(US-301)) Associate 102 LlrowRlee St 964-7721
one, we have them ad.,Denmar's -: l&tchg e/12 904/9644622,468-1642 964-6208
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16 TELEGRAPH March 20, 1975 1


I Lawtey Works. .

City Refuses Joint Planning. I '
(From Page 1)) .
-
must matter of grouping togetherfor code, and land
storage tank be used. (From 1)) use plans.
Otherwise engineer Eng: page economy and efficiency, Schaefer and two UF' Dept of R
but said he really didn't care
recommended that an in the door for usurpation .of Architecture students are
the
which vote went.
elevated be way doing a redevelopment
tank used even studyof &
rights. AI Crosby pointed out that
downtown Starke
though more expensive "1 realize we've got to have as theirmaster's
the county had told him it '
of thesis. :
initially because lower planning for the future, but "doesn't particularly care"
maintenance, cost. "We're doing everything/ we
can't boys keep it in
why
you which way the city went. But if
want
can except you me to
"Ground water treatment the city? asked Johns former, who Crosby added the city could go out there and jack ,them A, ," .
Charley "pt
governor( the!! agreement for a i1 w "m"r "-
will require two pumps while' told (the city council it Is as year approve then get out if it didn'tlike up. Schaefer said. }, t....."# "f 1'{ {;r'i.V\ft:; :. f;
only In other action '
lank "
tin elevated requires intelligent as the county Tuesday 1j "tJi:1''p' m'Jj t;O!> -E"'?:
it. The commission
one," Eng: said. board. would) still city have final night the council: o "'," J" gf ', \ (;\it'b"r.1*. i l'r%
'
-Agreed Dub Hhoden has a <; genteis!:: : :
it ourselves > :
"Let's do 'i
'
all decisions
over ,
authority
There was a different low urged Dewey Williams who Crosby stressed. asking good case reparation against the for city an air' in 1t, f. 1, :
bidder in all three phases of said If Zoning Chairman Oscar Crosby urged the conditioner motor burned I out a'ml' Y"4.1 4\ \ : ; > ;
bids received. Chapman, Crosby doesn't like his job he commission to "let the county because of low voltage. The . ,..
Construction Company of can "put the bucket down." take care of thecounty and the council asked time to In- "', '. ". 41\\.' ., k '.UooQOo ;{.i ;,! ''' ':J!:; :
the missed somethinghere i\:<\)\ ,
low
Jacksonville on "I've take of the
was
city care city. water distribution and well at where we're giving us "Population is the culprit represented by the city's insurance ., .' ....' n_.. _... _,_ I.".....? e__ 1iii; <,J ; <

Sl47.805.ott. W. Jackson & things..." said Ervin: An- here,' said Joe Warren The -Noted adjustor the county is slow in mru LE m iJE ru
Beach "This is nothing to -
Sons, of Pompano drews. more people the more rights paying the city court fees for
low bidders on AlternateI divide for..we're all a team he said. \
wore are infringed upon
114 cases made in the in Fiat
city Starke
I (ground level) at $138,000; here." Andrews termed it a "If we don't do something, January. The city has so far U.S. 301 South Thurspe Mon Wed 9 To 8.
and J. L. Shcman Inc, Fort somebody is going to do it for received only $719 of a total Sat. 9 To 9 Sun 12 To 6 I
M.MTS. was low bidder on us." bill of $2,2110, Clerk Merrill
Alternate 2 (televatedtank) at County Can't. Warren continued after the Edwards: said.Named .
Si uio.340.) : public hearing to push the a committee of
(From Page 1)) commission for answers on Commissioners Harold Epps:
The engineers had what progress it is making on and Marc Jackson lo ,
estimated costs at $201,3115 for March 6 a "Notice of Local land use planning. Land use recommend a replacement on II
outer distribution and well; Legislation" whereby the repeal they of work has been going on in the the zoning board for Hcv.
$1-1(1.0110\ ( for ground level lank; are the requesting Acts previously city for two years com Levy Lennon who has,,
Special
and $171.376 lor elevated tank. missioners assured Warren
resigned. There is no shortageof
1961 and
enacted in 1953.
The bond validation hearing 1951 but no date can be given whena willing to serve on
the local persons
t'ill be held at 11:111:: <> a.m., April 17! relating to report will be ready. the zoning board Epps
is
notice
1. The
hospit same
14, til the county courthouse the Mayor Schaefer stated the assured the council
with the contract to be requesting at passage its next by sessiona city is supposed to get a report -Took no action when Epps PINKING
awarded l 30 days after that !legislature the from the University of pointed out the city charter
a date. Alter contract is signed, lor bill(the to provide commissioners authority to Florida's Urban and Regional requires that a summary of i SEWING ;
the contractor is given ten Council the same
Planning
Bradford the city's audit report be pub-
establish the County
days in which to start con- agency doing resurvey and lished in a newspaper. BARBER I
!si l ruction. Hospital Authority. !update of the county zoning I ,
"We should be under construction -- ...:t. GARDEN Mar.22
the latter part of
:May or the lirst of June," Eng: KITCHEN Sat. Only
??
_-
said.It g "" SURGICAL ETC. a Hours


a i ford Cubs sn I
\'
W.\ \\a.iwone 9AM-i
..
.. Plan Carnival A'oDno\l\t\s1da'S Ground to perfect uniform edge by experts 4PMPinkingShears

.
ForM.D.Fund 0.10\\ ao with the finest commercial equipment 'avail
te _
\
0is .?OC-e tbkgg5.l \. uel. able. Bring in all your scissors. Your
Cub Scout Pack 15:1.:) Ha i ford
and Union County will hold a if G\ass-Ha. -.. \ neighborstoo! All work done while you shop.
Carnival lor Muscular I Dystrophy 'tne. ndR\\ A ,
on Saturday March 22, U\1\ About Ecb
Iran ::110< ((1; p.m at the Pistol }Aa.t\e ( pan $, 79ItBeats"f *
Correctional Range on the Institution.ground of Union You snoescz..1V ens\\e\\Sfj.: )\aGng'd, 109 Reg. Scissors

Games. prizes,food,and fun .B\l5\\ tCao y ...
lire promises for all comers Need t'ree3at 1sSat'daY.
I'or the day's events
IVohts / i
will go to t the Muscular I Dystrophy Away, \'ase'tn\S (joO etCat t
(Fund and the supportof \\1fC THE NEW

t the: public is asked. Fishing \\.n a.c ,,-fot:sst..\<)fl.cn. i' 1

sopO 1 HOOVERSWEEPAL

ObituariesMrs. Tackle cus\l\01\S A\\\\snS !



Lorenn Starling Come Tolush's :; As It Sweeps' .


:\tn,. Lorna Starling., ofHnlK ,
Ihll. died in an (h. mood '

.ilicrniMtn.ticiuh\ 11'1111U..uclford: hospital March. ii.:Thursday C'fHinly on Fishing Supply Tackle Store As It Cleans t


t txl I I I. IIHHI.! ) Mrs. SII'hnloHIS( I ,....... t
.daughter of the late' Jim ON EDWARDS ROAD BY SHOPPING CENTER ",,. ..-.. .. '
MiiilniH. iind Nellie: Criffis.; In fin iteIt HOOVER ,'
.Mir was a i member. of I the
I Hickory (;ii4o\eliapli.st ChurchIll ,It '
r n it
IiTTii; t'uSp..ings. ; she CONVERTIBLE
II.K) lived in Holly Hill for the. SettingsEven -
|>,.l>,1 l 11\'(' \.'al'II. i

.....III'\.1\IIrs include. II (1.1 ughII. 1C SundaeS j /..:/-' /
:Mrs.! Sh"lilI! McCauley\ < : J
.
nl' Hulk Hill; a son. James U..MiiHni'n t j

druthers\ :ol Percy Holly Starling Hill; two of :

(K-ala ,and .lot Starling. of.larksonxillc .. .
; .a sister: Mrs.Liniise ,
Starling of Starke. .. 10) Buy one instant' r
l.allll.llIld"1I. .ind 14 S Edge Cleaning Suction .

meal graiuklnldren.Srmcrs e Big Power Dispoiable' Bag.. adjustment '
were held Salurl.i get the second Economical .
I <
oI ,.\ alll'I'IIIII'II.Ilt'dl! I 1): in a I e e Two Speed Motor FOR PILE L
I I'u \\ III l'. Jones I'hapol. in
for 1* I DEPTH
Marke with. Uev. 1. ('. Jones one ,. .

iillicialing.. Bu..ialUIS. in .. ;
I\III,.:NC| > l.ike Cenu-tery.! / 0..L

$6499 ;

Steven Crawford, 13 j .,

:Mexen u.I ('1'1\\ford, \13.: of Complete with
('Io..ahollle.HIII. killed in
I l-'lorahome/ Friday. March. 14. AN' IF I ONLY One AttachmentsReg
when struck by a e.'arllule..' j.,.
I "" 1"1111SH.IIN'\ ( ). HAD MONEY FOR for Barf Floor 84aa i,. ,

horn in Slarke. on Nov.: 4, c A L Q.SUNDAE I COULD .Large Twin Quit Pint ;
.
|'NI.; (Crawlord all 21 student
S Silt Cleaning" BruthM
QUIT BOTHERlN'yOU.
.il Inierhichen. Junior High
Si html.,! YOU'LL US IT IVIIVWrUIE .-
Survivors include the father 71 vJ. FOR QUICK .
.ind Mt'p-molluT/ : Mr. andMrs. THOROUGH PICKUPS
Dimnie Hugh Crawford
j ol Morahomc" : his mother. ,
:\I...!.. :M.iry Dunlxir. of Tampa: $1 288
, Ui-imlumils", | : Charlie Batten. a
and Kililh: batten l>olh of I
, I.II''I'' ; a brother. : Richard ,
|)ale ('nl\\ lord of Klorahome, rs rl I Reg. $1 985 I[ \

and a sister: Donna Sue Craw. I
lord ( SUCTION POVETs
of Florahome.
i III ? +
FoHT up meMos
Si-mci's were held Monday l iw ,
I 1II0..nillg.Iu..ch. 17. In Union r
1'i.1111 il INC. Baptist' Church with i1
Klder: KolH-rt( Smith and Elder
Herman'" Moody officiating
IIII..i11HIII. in \Dval Cemetery /
with I 11t.\\itt C. ,Jones Funeral. Constellation: .
j Home ments.in charge of arrange New HOOVER



: Infant RobinsonDavid ,
.
_
\ Erich: Robinson. 5-
.
: tkq l -old son of Mr. and Mrs. ,
', Shane Robinson of Starke 'J

died Thursday. March 11. in offer I Double Stretch LargeAag, ':
the University Hospital. .a 'Scrumpdillyishus" .
Gainesville He born in .
was Hose
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ferred to Jacksonville when it -' Nozzle
was determined that he What a "scrumpdillyishus" sale. Buy one DAIRY QUEEN sundae any :" / .

needed heart surgery. size and get a second one for It!. It's America's i'A-D
Besides his parents, he is gIBrush!
favorite treat topped with hot fudge or st
survived grandmother. ,
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strawberry or any flavor you like. Any '"
Mrs. Clara Robinson, Gainesville ;. t IIIII
: and two sisters. Barbara Dairy thing this good Just has to be shared.

Dawn Robinson and So bring a friend and eat, drink and save ) Crevic s:;r 001 i:
Faith Robinson both x .
Angela Queen while this offer lasts { ;,.*. :,' :tJ.
'u of Starke. great at participating ju I t.
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at 2:30: p.m. Thursday, '-

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