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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 27, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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fi The Sweetest Strawberries: This Side of Heaven ,': ',i


96th Year STARKE, FLORIDA IS Cents 1

36th Issue Thursday,March 27, 1975 Copy :
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Hospital Policeman Pleads Not Guilty To AssaultSTARKE I


Starke Police- had been arrested for driving sented to the grand jury.-- Piggly Wiggly Store 1

man Lane Sibley pleaded not while under the influence of However the state's attorney
guilty to the charge of assault intoxicating beverages. determined that the decisionof .
Finances and battery in county court The incident took place at whether or not there were
last Thursday. the Bradford County jail grounds for charges should be, .
where Ayer was taken on the left up to a grand jury madeup
DWI charge. of residents of the com- I

Sibley I is accused of striking Sibley was indicted by a munity where the incident,
Improve Lewis M. Ayer Jan. 8. Sibley grand jury on the misde- took place.Sibley Set For Starke Plaza

allegedly struck Ayer after meanor charge. Normally, will next face trial in '

STARKE Accounts are receiving verbal abuse. Ayed only felony crimes are .pre county court on the charges., :l lby

being collected, statementsare

being mailed and hospital .t a. STARKE -. A long-term .
linances are Improving Administrator lease, signed here last Friday .1
Edmondsontold
the Bradford Dick County assured Starke of : t

Hospital's Board of Trusteeslast 5,000, ExpectedTo another topflight, full line

Thursday night, .March It grocery with total square .:J.

20. footage of 22572. making
The had balanceof
hospital a it the in the I
largest city. ,
$25,000 in the bank with all
l'
January accounts and ,some Open Fair Negotiations for 'the ;.f

February accounts paid, Ed- rI'p Starke Plaza shopping ;

mondson said The hospital center site (including the :
should be able to
February and March bills pay in entire space formerly w I

another month, the board was Next WednesdaySTARKE occupied by Winn-Dixie .i

told.BCH and Carp's) were com-
showed a net income of pleted with the signing of ,

$12,8b6 for February a con-, -' Just five days Baldwin, local Chevrolet- papers by Guy Andrews,
trast to deficits of previous remain before the opening of Oldsmobile dealer. /-J
months Edmondson said. the 25th annual Bradford Miss Cothran is the second representing Belco Enterprises /

Receivables dropped from County Fair expected to Denton Texas beauty to owners of the s:
$494.864 to $479.467, he noted. attract 5,000 visitors on become Miss America in the building and Arthur Morris,

"We've really been sending opening day next Wednesday. past four years. In 1971, Miss representing Benson t
Oxipments. out lately" Ed- April 2, for a ribbon cutting Phyllis George from Denton Wholesale Company of
mond&on said Sole responsibility and Rural-Urban Day Texas was Miss America and Geneva Ala., who will
of sending out state- ceremonies and dinner and appeared at the Bradford fair. operate the new grocery as a ,

ments and collecting accountshas sightseeing.By Friday, April 4, Children'sDay subsidiary of Fleming
been given Mrs Virginia Companies of Oklahoma City,,
at the fair. All childrenand
McGuire. Edmondson was far the biggest event in school students will Okla., the lessors. ', '
Bradford the fair and high The store will be .,I'
told by the board that she County be admitted to the fairgroundsfree operated
would be responsible directlyto ,surrounding activities Is of between under the Plggly-Wiggly 't$
the administrator. expected to draw large charge noon label one of the oldest and and .
It was strictly business as number of visitors from the 4pm.Advance best known names in the food
ride tickets ?
sale
at
matters were quietly discussed area. A'' highlight of the fair chain industry, and pioneers !
five for $1 sale at the
are on
will be the of I
according to an agenda t appearance Miss in modern self-service
Chamber of Commerce office
last Thursday with new Chair- America Shirley Cothran of technique. In recent years, .:
man George Shuford presid- a Ity Denton Texas on Thursday daily except Saturday and Piggl>'-Wiggly has concentrated
between and
9am.
ing over the board There was 1 afternoon and night Sunday Sp.m. its efforts in West
I
.o .. Tickets at this will
little comment about' the price Florida Georgia,' Alabama ,-
The fair will run four days not be available after
recent turmoil surroundingthe Texas, and some 28 other
w
'Wednesday through Saturday,
appointment of the r l a Arpil 2-5. at the Bradford Tuesday;April 1. states, but is reported I ; M
1 Featured this is
again year '
hospital trustees. to expand facilities 3
fair grounds and planning .f
County the third annual Bradford-
Trustee Bill Dampier. in a agriculture complex on US-301 Union into other parts of Florida. Its ":.1
4-H and .FFA
County '
voluntary statement said he just north of Starke. Judging home of I ice is in Jacksonville \
Steer Sale and Show.
Special '
disagrees with the statementof and the Starke store will be
is cooked ,
set
competition on
events will be a Beef Cattle
former trustee A.G. Loudon served 1
from
a new warehouse
and baked goods art and Show : on
opening
could that the not be hospital run under operation regulations Contestants for the Bradford'Strawberry Queen's crown Cheryl Robinson, Nancy Ormsbee j'and'Alice: Atwood.:' crafts cattle chickens and day Wednesday, April 2, at 7 complex The SUiike in Lakeland store will offer i

of the Florida Sunshine 'are (I.rt Standing! Shirley Johnson Karen Mosley, Debra Jordan, pigs with the 1975 fair slated to pm.-. customers the j
Karen Lunn, Brenda Carter, Debbie Branson, DarleneKneeling be bigger and better yet., At 7 p.m. on Thursday, April popular' newDell' i
Law. : Marilyn Chandler, Cindy Williams, Bennett, and Bernadette :( delicatessen) : .. vw':
Marva Robinson.
Cox, 3, there will be a swine show ...
A deal of interest has
"We can and will operate in } great department, along with, the < ...-$'
the ," Dampier said., .. .. ... been displayed by local and sale usual laeililles. ::'_ '
sunshine} -:* C r ., : j'M' ',' J\ ,_.U.-1.' :1l-. supermarket 1 .j,
:.. There reaction"' -- : -- "-elsisen'iu4be,1975! fall?;"All*>4- nbl\ ; '
was no by' vldrT hNr twW 1ftttdlitlhr+badte y4"a'
i.. the board to the circuit court 15: ::S.- ek een"s Crown expectations are that it should extensively rCni/ cllodwith
Berry
t i ruling that the County Q again prove one of the most separating willis removed

Commission cannot repeal a successful in I its 25 year l''lIin'ul(1/ ( in the. old

state law placing appointmentof STARKE The Bradford 1 Competition for the'queen's Marva Cox 16, sponsoredby Starke Builders' Supply.. history says 'John Myers, Carp's urea. new \Hours in-
hospital trustees under the general manager:'All exhibit staled and otherchanges.
The Needle Brenda Carter 16, numerous
will Magic
County Strawberry Queen crown begin Saturday sponsored
county rather than the governor spaces have sold again this .
Pageant will celebrate its 12th ,afternoon with informal inter- Anita Green 17, sponsoredby by Jackson Builders'Supply.
ordinance enacted to Mrs. Jane
t An by year according Target date lor opening of
Baldwin Chevrolet. .
; 'anniversary 'this Saturday views by the judges followedby '
the commission repealing the ,, Debra Jordan 16, sponsoredby Glover,. chairman of exhibit ,ar the now Moilline,is ..hintI I.I
i 1951 special state act under night March 29, in conjunc- a dinner given by the Nancy Ormsbee 17. sponsored sales. -
J which the BCH trustee board tion with the Bradford County Junior Woman's Club of by Mustang Mobile Dave Shuford's Amoco Improvements have been
Fair with 15 local coeds Starke the sponsoring organization Homes Service StationDarlene .
is created. is null and. void. made to the livestock barn
i Circuit Judge RA Green Jr. competing to wear the Straw- Alice Atwood 18, sponsored Bennett 16, spon- which will double the livestock 2 ArrestedIn
ruled. Green said the county's berry Queen's crown in.1975- The pageant beginning at 8 by the Civitan Club. sored by Terwillegar Motors. exhibit space. A record
will be a show designedto 'An added feature to the
ordinance is unconstitutional.The p.m. livestock exhibit is anticipated -
76.The Bernadette Robinson 16, pageant this will be the
the
depict personality, year
of to Arthur
pageant a highlight according
county has already advertised and of sponsored by Chestnut and naming of Miss Congenially Starke
poise grace beauty the
the will be
fair staged at 8 GaSkins, Fair Association
for a special act of
contestants. It will be Haile Funeral Home. The award will be decided by f
r the Legislature to repeal the,' p.m.High Saturday School auditorium in the Bradford where designed to please the capa- Marilyn Chandler 16, spon- 'a vote of the contestants. The president."Without the wholehearted '

(See Page 6)) ramps have been constructedover city audience expected sored by City Fish and Meat contestant chosen Miss Con- cooperation effort, supportand f1 Incidents
will
Market. geniality receive an
Saturday night says Mrs.
the first three rows of dedication of all the
Karen Mosley. 16, sponsored engraved plaque and a $.100
Judy Goodowns president of .
of Bradford '
beats. The new strawberry people County STAKKK: lii.ullnid Cmmlx
to the StratfordWomen's
Hazel Griffis scholarship
the Junior Woman's Club. by Stan- .
queen will promenade on the and especially our committee olfiteis\ m.iilo! two "ancsls!
dard Oil Station. College.
ri
t ream ( rr ramp alter she is crowned in a Five prominent judges will Deborah Branson 17. spon- Master of ceremonies will chairman our fair could not Miss America o'er' the wcikind in h\+oseparate

walk similar to the MissAmerica judge each contestant in sored by Carl Hurst Shell Service be Attorney John Kopelousosof have attained the prominenceand Shirley Cothran incidenlshich
Pageant.The success it has reached resulted in serious injurlt.'s.Jacksonville .
street clothes sportswear I Station. Orange Park. today," Gaskins The 4.1 I II I and FFA steer show
15 young ladies have swim suits and evening Cindy Williams, 16, spon- Mrs. Joan Canova, Donnie his ,appreciation states expressing to- will lx' Icillured Kndav.. April l men voreinvolved
w their eves on the crown worn gowns. sored by Winkler Electric Ser Neel and Jim Lawson will the volunteers com- 4, at 7:30: pm in ti fracas Sunday'
now by Miss Latain Herres Contestants are: vice., provide music for the mittee many'chairman local Final event will be the steer night which injured Jerry
1974 Strawberry Queen who Shirley Johnson 21, spon- Cheryl Robinson 16, spon pageant. John Currie, a local business people'and sale set Saturday April 5. at 7 Robert Shortnai-) and landed 1
will reign over the Bradford sored by the Lawtey Youth sored by Flowers by Larry memory expert will enter organizations that work for Ralph Yates, 29. in the county
COMMUNITY SUNRISE County Fair set April 25.. Club. Karen Lunn, sponsored tain., and contribute to the fair. pmAll events will be held in the jail charged 1 with assault with
SERVICE Sho-Arena of the livestock intent to commit murder.
Madison Street Chairman heading 1975 fair barn. Shortnacy was cut in the"inci
Baptist Church committees are: Mrs. Jane dent.

Softball Field Proposed School Spending Cuts Glover, educational exhibits Carrie Belle simmons. :12. of
7:00a.m.Methodist: and club concession stands; Starke was arrested in I lie-
----- Mrs C. G. Hill and Mrs J. M. March Rain Sunday night shooting ol
Easter Myers premium book; JOhn Beulah Risb)' of Starke.Simmons .
Egg Hunt Bradley Jr., admissions and is charged with

, Explained To Bradford BoardSTARKE insurance; Eugene Lee assault with intent to commit
Tops AverageMarch
Saturday, 3-5 p.m.Strickland's security and parking; Mrs. murder.

Landing Ralph Bryan arts and crafts; On Saturday night. Chailes
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I Sunday School' Classes I 1-4 Mrs. Judy Goodowns, rainfall has E. Jones 26( Sturke.' was
.. action on the proposed 1975-76 presented their trimmed down leaves of absence will account -
-_ Slicing more
spending plan., programs for 197576. for some of the loss. Strawberry Queen pageant;;, alread exceeded the 50 arrested and charged with
CAR WASH than half of his administrative
,
for the month
George Muggins agricultural year average breaking and entering in con
Alter knows
completion of presentations How much, nobody at
; By Jr. National budget and cutting thousands While presenting the budget it appears if the fund- this point.As products; James Balkoom, with four days remaining nection with a burglar ut t he-
i I' 1 Honor S.t.1'to2 Society from the high school and cuts to the school board Supt. ing formula is not changed presented by Principal livestock superintendent; before the windy month bows Vogue Manufacturing Co.Several .
middle school
programs: Temple said the funding formula the system will lost 12.5 Francis the high school program Warren Carver swine
Hurst Station and out.So
School Jim
I Supt. Temple for Florida schools will teacher positions. Six proposed for next term superintendent; Paul Hut- far this month the county drug arrests have
\ his staff of principals finished
remain uncertain until the chins, poultry and rabbit been made over the past tow
CAR WASH showing how they will trim teachers will be cut from the totals $731,868 down $96.000 average is 3.5 inches topping
I Teenage VolunteersSat. from Bradford's legislature adjourns. Temple middle school three from the from its present level of superintendent; Greg the 50 year average of 3.15 days. On Thursday Edward
J $400.000 however he is convincedthe Alvarez. beef cattle D. Mathis, 21, Starke was
10 to :1 school operating ,budget and says ,high school one each from $827.759.; inches for the entire month. arrested for, of
? won't receive much possession
county superintendent; Bobby Taylor
Baldwin Chevy/ Southside Starke Elementaryand The high school will retain
still maintain a "basically
I! ----- educational more than the $3.5 in state Lawtey, and half a teach- all 22 of its academic and Miss Kathy Brown prizes With the ground already LSD. Mathis was charged
sound"
. HAMTONEaster program.: funds no matter what switchesthe ing unit from Brooker Elementary teachers. It will lose, however and ribbons; George Hugginsand soggy, heavy rains Monday about 11:30 pm by Deputy
Egg Hunt It was the second such pub- legislature might make five teachers of elective Miss Kathy Brown night and Tuesday morning Glen Moore.On .

Sat.March 2' lic workshop the school staff since the state already has a That does not mean programs: an art chorus and judges; Mr. and Mrs. Walter. brought 1.1 inches at New Saturday, Michael C:
New Ball Park had., On Wednesday. March fixed total dollar figure to put however, that only 12 teachers humanities combination Westcott, horticulture; Miss River fire tower; .9 at Louis Kersey 21. Starke wasarrested
Also Bake Sale 19. Temple presented a into education statewide. will lose their jobs.. driver education safe school Kathy Brown and Mrs.. Hill;' but only .2 at Santa fe. : for possession of

by Senior Citliens balanced $3.5 million operating Temple states his budget Eighteen fulltime positionsare and' in-school suspension a Brenda Fertig home division; marijuana. The charge of
._----," budget he proposes to the proposal is conservatively slated to be cut from librarian and an ag teacher William Hood and John Camp Blanding reported possession of more than five
., PLAY School Board as the most con- based on the lowest number of supervisory and administrative who won't be replaced Torode. Rural-Urban Day 1.13 inches of rain in a 30- grams of cannabis is a felony.
'"Easter, The ,servative he will "hang his hat students. 4118. expected to levels. Most of these per- Six BHS department heads Miss Melanie Lataln minute period from 7:15: to Two women were charged
Beginning"Church, on" at this stage of the game. attend in 197576.That number sonnel are certified in teach- will l lose their $550 supple Herres, 1974 Bradford 7:43: a.m. Tuesday, precededby with the same offense in an
of God 'That budgetis short $304,737 could climb to a raw student ing areas and hold continuing ments supplies will be cut Strawberry Queen will reign lightning that knocked out arrest made Monday night.
Friday, 7M p.m._ in state funds compared to the number of 4,240 which would contracts as teachers. These $11,601 to $15,399 five teacher over the Cairo Miss Herres will telephone service to the camp Sheriffs deputies got a search
----- current 74-75 budget. mean some$80,000; in addi- experienced personnel have aide positions will be eliminated officially open the Silver for several hours. warrant to arrest Diane

FREE! Bradford schools must also tional funds from the state. protected jobs and will filter and the band physical -. Anniversary fair at 11 a.m. Hunnicult 19 Starke and

i Blood Pressure come in with some $80,000 But with'two of school down into teaching slots.It education, and science Wednesday when backed by Satsuma fire tower, near Robin Akers 21, Starke in the
I Tests more retirement matching budgeting experience years under will ,be annual contract departments will lose $10,500in local dignataries will snip a Penney Farms, reported 1.5 10 p.m. raid Monday. Both
In front ofWlnnDtxi funds than in 74-75., repay his belt, Supt.; Temple clearly teachers"'with', one two or support funds and BHS ribbon stretched across the inches of rain in a 24-hour women bonded out of ,jail
$70,000 for a previous overpayment is not counting his chickens three years experience who .principals have been cut back fair gates to officially open the period. 8 a.m. Monday .to 8 Tuesday on the charge of
,, Man. 10a.m. 4p.m. from the state, and before they hatch.,' can expect the ax to fall on to U-months duty. The reduction 1975 extravaganza. Miss 1 a.m. Tuesday:' possession of marijuana.
by Seventh-Day face.ome.SSOOOO In increased their jobs. Of 16 full time totals $95,891. Herres is the daughter of Mr.' bail was $1,000..
: ., AtfvoNttst. ,Church. utility bills. ,:, ; c- The', meeting, last week, positions .being eliminated Hardest hit will be supervisory and Mrs. Herb Herres of In spite of.soggy ground,
I ,, ....'j'''.'" \ wit .the school operations budget outline of possible alternatives at least 10 are held by continu- 'administration building (the Miss America, lovely out vegetation rapidly, Holden. Jr.:. 23, Starke Satur-'
over $500,000 from the 1974-75 in next year's ing contract teachers. Some 22 old USO). The 16 positions Shirley Cothran of Denton presenting a fire hazard. One day just two hours after the ,
t Qfye Cammunttu. ,level of $4 million-plus.! school spending.' Elementaryand teachers currently In the systems being eliminated are listed as Texas will attend the fair on fire Monday night burned 30 armed' robbery( Johnson's
luleWdnk" middle school principals therefore, can expect to vocational director elemen- Thursday,. April 3, In two acres between Edwards Loops Feed ,,SI ore w lirnwnlee

"'::,,,... :l :: :- A special meeting of.,the.' presented their proposed 1975-,, ,be eliminated'' in the 197578budget tary.director,-special educa- appearances 3-4 p.m.and 7-9 Road and Crosby Lake,.'and Street.',Police ofl.:vr c:ieorge
,, _, ..'d'f, __ school board is set for'7 1>>.m;, 76 budgets .March [.12: .<. Last, 'Sv tion director, reading coordinator She is due in Jacksonville,, .the Forestry Service urged Tomasovich is ':111,1 imllC1M loinvestigate
Hasa 1"" r .t.wuww._...' C_; Monday: March 31. at which week BUS Principal Charles Normal' attrition retirement media specialist, com- late Wednesday afternoon.Her extra caution In burning until the Saturday

the board.is expected to take Francis ,and. Supt Temple' ,resignations'" and (See.Page. ) visit Is sponsored.by.Mac, ,the March, winds subside., afternoon hahhgs. :

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Hosp. Auxiliary Nominates New Officers Monday -

p The Bradford County president-elect, Mrs. John R. a covered dish supper served ifk7fodat jkfflte j!
lospital Auxiliary nominated Smith, first vice-president, from a long table Which held
i-w officers lor 1(175-76 at Mrs. Dave Shuford; second arrangements of white and
heir general meeting and vice-president, Mrs. M. A. green Easter hllies 7 :.
overed dish supper Monday Baldwin ; recording camellias, and fern. laJ'I 'mool'l SocUty :Jitot 964.7608 |
the Methodist Mrs. Maxie Carter, Mrs. Baldwin, president, .
ight at secretary ....
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Fellowship Hall. Sr.; corresponding secretary, presided over the business _" ..1 __ _ ___ I ---J
:Mrs. L. C. Early, Mrs. Cleo Redding; treasurer, meeting and asked ,for
inaling committee Mrs. Olin White. The officers volunteers to serve at the
limn
li.iirnum, presented the will be installed at the April 28 hamburger booth at the Fair BPW Club Holds March MeetingMiss Miss Sinclair Honored At Two PartiesMiss
.lolloping slate ol officers meeting. next week Mrs. Elizabeth
McColsky and Mrs. A. C. Madge Middleton was offer seminars throughout the
ulncheri Prior to the business
accepted: Evelyn Sinclair,whose baskets. At the base of the tree
Basford were welcomed as hostess to the BPW Club at 'country on the education of
Mrs. J. It. Kite the members enjoyed
president ; meeting ,
new members.Mrs. their March 24 meeting.It women Miss Rosenburg marriage to Thomas Chastain was gree grass yellow day
\ Linda Johns, Teenage discussed the scholarshiphouse '1 will be an event of April, was. lily florets, purple Iris and
"" ': Alpha Gamma Chap. Volunteer sponsor, announced was moved that the in Tallahassee for those honored at two parties in the' bunnies. Down the length of
I past week. the long dining table were JYit
the Teenagers now have 19 biography "A> Measure working through college
Has Pledge ServiceThe members enlisted. The girls Filled" by Dr. Lena Madesin which was paid for in four On' Friday Mrs.. George'Huggins nests with bunnies in each.
It. : Mrs. J. R. Wain' Bridal place cards decorated
will have a car wash Saturdayfrom Phillips, who founded the years.. Locally a student
.... : Sexton, chair- 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at BPW club in 1919 and the receives a $25 bond as a local 'Wright Mrs. Charles Darby, :with colorful birds marked the
March meeting of Joyce, pledge Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds. international club in 1930 be support by BPW members and Mrs. Myldred Cuttino seating arrangement for the
Alpha Gamma chapter of man an impressive pledge a brunch at 11 for .18 guests.
gave a.m.
It was voted that all general purchased and presented to ,toward education. ;
Delta held service was held for,eight new Miss Sinclair the Garden Easter made of
Alpha Kappa was meetings will be a covered Starke's public library. at corsages
b un March 17 at St. Mark's pledges.A Restaurant.. little chicks surrounded by ,
ar
\ dish meeting, com- at.
supper Two
Stevensand
guests Betty
Patrick's theme
St. Day
!Parish House mencing at 7:30: p.m. Mildred Tye gave a reporton Lucille Shuftord The Easter theme was,' yellow and purple spring
used in decorations and were
", trances Hamilton wus carried out In the table flowers and yellow bows were
Serving as hostesses for the the history of the foundingof welcomed to the club. '
presided over the refreshments during the and meeting were Miss BPW and was concluded by decorations with an Easter given to the honoree, her
meeting and Ruth I''raeierpave social hour. Hostesses were Lillian supper Stump, Mrs. Gilbert ,scholarship gifts read by Miss Middleton'served egg tree as a centerpiece from' mother, Mrs. Clyde Sinclairand .,
I the devotional. Marilyn Vellenga and Barbara Goldwire and Mrs. J. W. Della Rosenburg an the refreshments during the whIch were hung varlgated I Mrs. T, C. Chastain. The
tender direction of Eddie: Reddish. Griffin. expanse of foundations which social hour colored eggs. and tiny Easter hostesses also presented the
honoree with one of her
-- I' .wedding Invitations framed l. Vicki! BarksdaleBobby \ .

On Saturday Mrs. R. S. Lee SparksEngagement'Told
Mullins, Mrs. George A.,
Winkler, Mrs.. Philip '
Where You Vellenga, Mrs. Bob G.
Pr G .
and .Mrs. John
.Be Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. KolxTt I I'
Miller gave a luncheon for Barksdale Sr. ol Sunkr
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Miss Sinclair at the Mullins.
announce I ho cnKaKcmeiil! ui
MULTIPLY Your home their daughter Vicki'l'1.-1111.: in
six tables
The
dining were ,
Bobby Lee Sparks son ol :Mrand
covered with linen cloths and
H(
Mrs. Albert i. Sparks niBrookor. '
1 centered with china cups filled .
with yellow pompoms, baby's .
Miss Barksdilli-; n I'.iT.i!
breath and fern. Bridal place ol Hnullonl ,
graduate Iliph
Ins : cards marked the seating School and is atti'iiiiintt Suit, ,
"\ family centers ., arrangement for the 24 guests. Fe ('OmIl1UIll'ull'I.! !."'
EASTERBARGAINS Out-of-town guests were Mr. Sparks is I n Is72 i! : |era!:'
Mrs.; N. K. Hurst of In- cluate Mradlord IliuhSi-l: ,I
dianapolis, Ind. and Mrs. W, toil is presnll! cniplnvcil, \h\
-. IM., Meng of St..Petersburg Sawvrr-Sl.ulc ills ol M.nk'
Corsages were presented to The-edding! volt In- .m,
wm i00P0 D a000E rn .the honoree and Mrs. Sinclair. pounced tit a later il.iic.UDCToMeet);, .
Miss Sinclair was also given u
I Open Mon Wed 9 to 8 barbecue grill from her' VVed.AtMiddletons
'hostesses asa memento of the .

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The W.T. Weeks' C'haIN'I'; | | ,
y Scouting I'lX'l will Mui-l.'Uilm-Ml.i! .>
EASTER DO-IT-YOURSELF BUYS April at ::11'.111.) at the) lii>ine ;ill'1
Newsby :Miss ?:\Iadl..I'! :\1 iellll.',\111.

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EASTER GRASS COLORING KIT Fill 'N Thrill Oval or Round 1184-5812'Carolyn Eaves Free Blood Pressure

.. Scout troops will not meet Service Monday
Non-Flammable 2-1/4 Dz. .'PAAS* Non-oxic EGGS EASTER BASKETSColorful next week during, spring
Starke Plaza
.. : -r'- 'vacation.: : ,

.. .'.....,..-.f :# ...... ,, Cadelte Troop 520 -is ready' ,
;...;:;,. .. .'Rockwood National Girl Scout tests uill. IK- al the
'pw .A1 u"' '' t ..r 1 Fluorescent' ''Center trip. It has been a busy winn-DiMe pm'kinlul/( mi
1rf1r.r-t:; !: :: :: \\;; Woven Bamboo. time delivering cookies and Monday :M.ireh ,,11:)l Iron. in
;1 -J I Colors-Plastic the Iii.4 .
%i getting ready for trip lot a.m. p it)
';r "Take-Apart & girls and adults. This senu-cKis provided l It>
11 Those making the trip are the Seenlhdii.Adxeiilis't 1
%, (.. Fill" Eggs in Round hm Janice Saucer, Sandra Church nl Starke., :
rsi' m >ES 8i r t t. m ,.' wd '" 1QJ.l !l. "I 1 I'! x 3W: ,4"'9 'P Darley.'.L nne JohnsiUoyce.WatnNvrtghtjnlrenex.UairtJ'
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?4 A.;'BCerllfied! CblbtTebl tl"4. :' 14 ac r iwrightiuMarietta iUuvvson> '
Patty Mullins, Andrea Eaves

GREEN .11 Egg Pg.Dip Transfers e, c?: OVAL
PINK ORCHID 43 Magic Crayon: II! r' "1.-a ; \ 33 8" x 7" x 4" 59 Carolyn Laurie Eaves.Mullins, and Mrs. At Hursts

YELLOW P1(9. 12 Pe Bag Bag Ea. We leave Friday March 28. The Junior :National: llonnrSiK'iety ,
from Jacksonville by Amtrak : ol HI IS is sponsoring" a
and arrive back in Starke in car wash at Hurst's!' :Midi;
time for the Bradford County Million on Salurdii>.:'March: .9: !>
Poly PAIL,4 Fair. See you there; Irom lo.a,m. lo :2 p.m.
p y FILLED


flQ. EASTER BASKETS t ; 1 12 OZ. BAG Celebrates Jason Hicks 4th ']lre7; !J71I.'t&t! lw

I SPECKLEDMALTED
With ..106......__
...:..:'--- ':'-'" SHOVEL 00 BASKETS-PAILS-NOVaTIES MILK Birthday March 18

t.. 1[m V J Filled With Candy & Toys Jason Hicks celebrated his liar and 111'11.mwll/ Sohin
\' : an d D etae h a bl e fourth birthday Tuesday of Green Cove Spring, an-
/:17 EGGS March 18 with a party at the nounce the birth oti son.
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: Handle '.. 1 home of his parents, Mr. and Charles Nathan born March
1 '" Mrs. Glenn Hicks on W. Call 17 in Clay Memorial Hospital.
i -, < Mrs. Sohm is I the 101'11I1'Marlyce
i': 1.'i' $137 TO Street.
;eta ""/ 8 8q covered with a Hallmark Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hoddy: ol

;? jungle theme cloth. The cake' Starke.
was topped with a fire truck
I Fill'" ; 69c $499 with Mickey Mouse. as the Post 56 Slates
Ready To driver
with Easter Goodies! I -/I The ten little guests enjoyed Celebration Of
cake, ice cream and Easter
candies and were given favorsof
Legion's BirthdayAmerican
j I -'X= Marshmallow Filled yo-yoe, play.watches- and

HUNT FAWIWTE balloons.. Legion PaM ;:;11 of
P Among those attendingwere Starke will honor the birthdayof '
i ( 'le HEN EGGSJELLY Jason's grandmother, the national I American
Mrs.. R. V. Durrance and .
Legion with a social: event to
Mrs.
great-grandmother be held March
Saturday. 29. lit
= Multi-Color Myrtle Baumgartner the post home on Edwards:

9 BIRD EGGS Silly" ftifiV. t Sugar: Road.Doors Mill opoirat i'll f pm.

I _. Coatings TILE BRADFORD Legionaires and their families
-* COUNTY TELEGRAPH are urged lo attend, says: Host 1
"i' Hours of FUN! 1 10 lh \\Bag Published every Thursday' Commander'Bryce Titus.
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10 1 Oz. -
Bags /., .I 138 W.Call Street; "Bring a. buddy legionaire
: _, __ Cii. Starke Florida 32091 or a scn'lce'deran with
(:,1>, 'P"'t/llllAlI< you," urges Commander
f.J,.... ..... 77 C Second Class pottage paid Titus
... C atStarkeFlorida'Subscrlption
j 'r 67 r ..,.
tit 'r 4 3 .c-
: fI'" "Tho Heal. Solid liquid" Each BIO Rates:
'T-Sgt. and
Mrs. Norman
"-, .,.--..;, 'm; Bag Fashioned EASTER FAVORITE In trade area: .00.per Rigdon and family and Mike
I year; U.SOilx months
Kelly of
Seymour Johnson
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OUc8l4elrad. AFB., N.C. will be 'Easter
r area: 17.00 weekend guests of Mr. and
LITTLE FRANKIE JOLLY ,CHOLLIE! .per year: N."six months Mrs.\ George W, Brown.

Reese.r Foil-Wrapped ? _:.-;. .:..:..:....:.. _::..._ -.--.

Peanut ButterEGGS CHOCOLATE IAY CARE '

; Hollow r. ,, Foil ". MUTER '
EGGS Wrapped 1'
Milk FROM. ARM BABIES
Hollow Milk
I
Chocolate
FBUNNY1 TOSCHQOLAGE
eS "
; ChocolateBUNNY. .. ,: .". It..., CONSTANT CARE-

SolidMilk ; ::1Vi. :POUNDSOLIDCHOCOLATE' :2 BALANCED, SNACKS. ._'._,,0.<.
I
,I ,, Chocolate '. : ,NOW\OPEN 7:00: A.M.TQ : OP.-. -

too=. BAG 2%" to.s ,, (REASONABLE. "RATESWEAWILL

*---* i WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE
,' Wa Will Ba\ .Oz. BUNNY : I' THEIR PROBLEMS ,
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1:5: Oz. '
rw Te .
11I'\M\Happy 4 tar ... \, -__.. ; '. : I heater ...lileaieMFreeWWIaftlstpharel. \

C 't..l. ".r; Not, lAS/ eSPECIAL ;. $123" ""i" .. I
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Miss Trish Myers of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miss Linda Haas was on theDean'slistattheUniversity Leon L, Canington and Mr. "
Wesleyan College Is home this Barksdale and J. W. Home of of and Mrs Weyman Canington
.? Mr. and Mrs Guy Haddock week on spring vacation. She Hampton are spending South Florida for the Fall of Donaldsville Ga were
and daughters of Green Cove had as Wednesday over Monday to Thursday at Fort quarter. She is home this Veek Saturday and :Sunday:> guestsof i
Springs were Saturday visitors night guests Misses Catherine Walton Beach to pick up their on spring break. Jennifer the Lawson families,
of Mrs. EM. Davis. Bass of Cordele, Ga. and grandson, Cody Barksdale at Haas of Valdosta State
Nancy, Williamson of Bain- the home of his mother, Mrs. College was home on spring Steve Walker of Fort
Mrs, Margie Dowling has +tR bridge, Ga. Jan Prestridge. Then on to break last week. Lauderdale was last Thursday I
moved to Lanham, Md. where Gulf Breeze to visit Mr. and visitor of Mr. and Mrs. J. \;
she is a doctor's office recep- Ira B. Wells and Mrs: and Mrs. James W. Home,Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. James Moncrief, H :
<. lioni t. Mrs. Leroy Hale of Gulf attend to business in Eufaula, Holmes of Anna, 111. were "
.. Breeze were Saturday to Ala. Thursday to Monday guests of ,
:; Mr. and Mrs. G,C. Alder. ti Tuesday guest of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Early. Henry Block ':1
man of Baltimore Md. arrive, Mrs. BarneyfeRae.! :
Saturday to spent a week with C has 17 reasons I
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Mrs. L.A. Canova. Mrs. ; Mrs. J. G. Caldwell spent Baxter
Painting By
should
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Blanche Otto of Seminole will the past two weeks with her why you i
sister, Mrs. Esma Yongue in
join end..the family over the week.. Fairfield, ResidentialCommercial come to us foe I

income taxhelp.
Mrs. Roberts, Sr.
George
{&,'. Mrs.C.A. Bauer and! daughter and Mrs. Lou Struth returned I
w( Beth of Greenville, Miss. t Monday after two weeks visit l
were last Saturday to Wednesday I
with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
I""*.I' guests of Mrs. James Weaver and Mrs Charles'I" Free Estimates Reason 16. We'll try to r';
i. \ Burron. Mrs. Barron also Tatum at Key West and Boyn- do everything ,we can '\
hud as guests from Friday to '
ton Beach. Contract References to save you money. :,
Monday Mr. and Mrs. Polo ,
Lucayo and children ,of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ivey, Jr. After all,we want your l i
Tallahassee.Mrs. and son of Portland, Ore. are "Service You Can Trust business again next J
visiting her parents, Mr. and year. i ri
C.C. Hoppe of Tampais Mrs. J'E. Hardy this week.
visiting her sisters, Mrs. Joining the family from At Reasonable Prices" :;;
O.L. Beasley and Mrs. J.W. IIIII ';. Wednesday to Sunday were '
Kincaid this week. Miss June Hardy of Valdosta i'
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins Observe 50th State College and Miss Jayne SLO4X
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hurst and Hardy and David Mendenhallof Call 9645236"Now II i
children: spent last Friday Atlanta, Ga. June, Jayne
with Mrs. Chester Hadsock Wedding Anniversary New River ChurchThe and David will also be back
and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph for the coming weekend.
I.LOCIE '
Chilly in Lakeland Ga. and nephews and nieces of with burning yellow tapers, Mrs. Wendall Moody. Miss More Than Ever Ti.. MCOI1I TAX ;''
attended the funeral of Frank Mr. and Mrs. Floyd flanked both sides. Joy Andrews and Mrs. Shelby Mr: and Mrs. Don Ray rune i i
Chilly. Wiggins honored them with a The two punch tables were Turner kept the guest book. Tilley of Hollywood spent 118 N.
reception Sunday afternoon covered with white lace cloths Assisting in serving punch Thursday to Sunday with her Is The Time To Paint I I
Bill Godwin and Mrs. Bess March 23, in observance of and were centered with a and cake were Mr. Wiggins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Open 9-WALNUT''J'J
Hackney of Chattanooga, their Golden Wedding Anniversary silver punch bowl on each, sister, Mrs. Roy Schnauss; Jackson and also visited Mr. TF ,
Tonn. spent several days last Guests were with fresh smilax roping Mrs. Wiggins' sister, Mrs. and Mrs, Robbie Shaller. i
week with Mrs. Eve Godwin. received from 2:30: to 4:30: in draped with yellow ribbons. A Harry Honabach; Mrs. ZedraHamilton ';
the Fellowship Hall of New silver compote held nuts on Mrs. Art Schultz,
(Dr, and Mrs. R.E. Dopson. River Baptist Church. each table. Miss Betty Wiggins, Mrs.
and son. Christopher, attended The cake table was covered The guest book table was Richard Wise, Mrs. Louis Attention
a surprise party Sunday with a white Alencon lace covered with a white knit lace Pogue, Mrs. John Schnauss
honoring Dr.,Thomas A. cloth with an underskirt of cloth and held a gold bud vase Mrs. Frank Andrews Mrs.; Guaranty Federal t
Owen on his 20th anniversaryof yellow. Centering the table with two yellow rosebuds. Richard Andrews, and Mrs.: Social
Chiropractic practice in was a four-tiered wedding The gift table was covered Suzanne Wiggins Pette. :
.Jal'k!>on\'ille. cake decorated with yellow with a white linen cloth with a Organ music was played
rosebuds and topped with the lace border, centered with an throughout the afternoon byr Security
Mr. and Mrs. Orle Wiggins gold 50" emblem. Garlandsof arrangement of yellow car- Mrs. Wilbur Andrews Mrs.:
und Mrs Phillip Nichols spent smilax, tied with yellow nations, yellow roses, yellow James Countryman and Mrs. Now Offers I
Wednesday to Monday In Eli- ribbons decorated the front of daisies, and baby's breath. Inez Green,as the guests were Recipients
/abi-thtown. N.C. visiting Mr. the table. Silver trays, holding The refreshment counter being received
md Mrs. John Hemingway mints were placed at either held an arrangement of Mr. and Mrs. Wiggins were
'J und also visiting Mr, and Mrs. end of the table, and five- similar flowers, flanked on married in Ocala on March 30, A I Direct I
,
Gene Wiggins in Kairburn, branch silver candelabra, either side by gold and green 1925. Deposit Program
(;ia onroulc home. foliage. The two pianos in the
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fellowship hall also held floral .
Mrs. W. II. Thomson of :JjJ ytKJt4WO centerpieces.Mrs. Dr. R. E., Dopson For Your Social
Monticello is visiting her Ervin Andrews and .t 1 I SecurityCheck
sisters Mrs J. W. Grifim and Mrs. Levon Andrews greeted
:Miss Lilham Stump from guests at the door and
Tuesday"'rida}'. On Friday Kent Booher of 1505 presented them to the ChiropracticPhysician
Mrs. Thomson and daughter Raiford Road Green Acres, receiving line composed of the
,:Mis Brian Hamilton will go to Starke received the Bachelor honor guest. Mr. and Mrs.
SvbrinK lo attend the wedding of Science degree in Wiggins, and their brothers
iif Mrs. Thomson's son W. H. Agriculture from the and sisters. iv
Thomson. III to Cindy University of Florida on Receiving gifts from friends 964-8018

Ciimplu'U on Saturday night. ,degree Saturday culminated: March 22. The Mr. 'Angela'Andrews were Misses Tammy, Robih Welch and .,. _. .-! .. !! .. .

jiurie I \ tHxl Beth Gold*ire of'U. Booher'scouneof study'ln tft* and$@th HHnltton. : Call'S(t.\\ 1111 .e..4d.. i j | ,
Palm lieuvh were'Tuesday field of ,Urnamen1.a1 hHiti- .t" The gift table was presidedover 2/20.3/6 THEME ARE AAAWYr rADVANTAGES wv.,1:
overnight guests of their ticulture and Nursery by Mrs. Ruby Hayes and .

Gilbert grandparents( old\\ire.Mr. and Mrs. serving Management.on active He presently duty with is :' OUR'DEPOSITOR; IN DIRECT DEPOSIT PROGRAM :

the Navy at N.A.S. Cecil Field
Within the next several'
:Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Weldon and will retire in July 1978 For Maximum .Beauty ,
of Bussnoll and Mr. and Mrs. with 20 years service. Among weeks shrubbery plants should and get 1 A Major Reason To Send Your Check To Guaranty Federal
C.: M Patrick of West Florida (hose unending the com- i :
SPRAY spring sprayings to con-
und their families will spend
mencement exercises and
trol scale Insects, white
Easter mother: l weekend Mrs. Gladys with Weldon.their his presidential reception were flies, aphids! red spi E Earn !
wife Dorothy Booher; den & other insects. You A Big 5.25 % :
Joining the family on parents Mr. and Mrs. Alfred ;
SHRUBBERY
Salurda.x' Mill l be !Mr. and Mrs.' G Booher of Starke; father-
Sieve Weldon and family of All spring sprayings
in-law. Mr. R. W. Bryant of
:MacclennvMrs ', Charles City, Va.; and lore should hot be weather done now sets be.In. !
friends, Mr. and Mrs. Don On All Pass Book Accounts 1j
: Kdvvurd burns and Page of Starke and Mrs. NOW Our staff of
. !Mrs. Hildabclle Bence of Frankie Griffith of Ashland, trained professional -
..llIl'kson'llIel'rl.' :Monday
Vu. servicemenlO4IDA
j
visitors ol Mrs J, E. Wilson. are ready to serve Call Harold Davis 964. 000 Today
Mr. and Mrs J. N. Belche you.
:Miss\ Louise Stern and !Mrs. und family and Lenny Link of LIT I For Further Details On A Direct Deposit ProgramA
.1. B. Thompson of Law'ley :Norfolk.' Va. are spending ten Free inspection

attended fashion s.hound(he champagne: benefit du, >G.'s with Caldwell their in mothers Starke'and, Mrs.J NTIOl,' and estimates . . . . . .III.! ..,. I

luncheon for the Jacksonville :Mrs. ,\. C, Belche in Lake atttM. Phone 964-5745 '
symphony Wednesday noon Butler. ,Direct Deposit Program-: Also Offers Other Advantages.
aboard the cruise ship ,, '- .
Uenaissanee. Such As

:Miss Jean !Mundy of

'Ihl.l'l'kl'nd.1'lIllahaliseeilI. be home for Even If You Are Away,From Home, Your Check Would Be

Deposited Instead Of Sitting In Your Mail Box
!Mrs. Lillie. Bridges and Mrs. EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE .
W. B. Mund' visited Mr. and

Jacksonville Mrs. George Sunday hupp afternoon in You Don't Have To Stand In Line To Cash Your Check Or' :


6:45: A.M. : March 30th Deposit It. I ,
Local admittances ''to : 3

week Bradford include County: Sharon Hospital Brown.this You Don't Have To Worry About Losing'Your Check After "

(Leo Dorothy LeBlanc McMichael and ,Mrs.of I Relive the You Receive It Or Having It Stolen From Your Mail Box.

Keystone Hieghts; Curtis I'

Senters Dolores. Luther Carlson.Jackson.Ralph Mrs. There Is No Problem In Cashing'Your Check, Since It

Gaine Mrs. )'Mae. Mrs.Vickery Mearlie,Osteen.Mrs.. DEATH, BURIAL AND Will Come Directly To'Guaranty Federal t

Virginia Starling. James tr

..)_, Blalock. Robert Hall. Thomas r
L. Casey and Warren Kelly.
Starke; and Mrs. Annie CHRIST
Starling Lawtey. RESURRECTION OF, \,
Come
By
Mr. ands\ Mrs.. C. H. .. I ,
I.. Nasworthy visited Mr. and Starke 395 W. Madison
Mrs. J. O. Deaver In Atlanta .v : ,
: ,
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weekend. f : \ ,
the
over. .
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,Mr and Mrs. Steve Sim- As Portrayed By The Young People of" > Or:,Call 964-5000 For More Information \ : '

mons and son. Chris. took ,}I ,
.by.-> ,
Mrs. David Griffith and son )
Reese to their home In > :
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Newnan. Ga. over the t'A ',
Church Guaranty L
weekend after three weeks Calyary Baptist < .

,visit with Mrs. R.W..Reese. Federal

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Gray Flynn ;and Greg ,.... .. I
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Reddish on the dean's :' : .,:.:' :
were & Loan Association '
Savings.. :
. ,' ,; ,r3 LSOUthOfStafkeOnU.S.3O ;" .
i list at the University of South ., .r : : I'f
Florida for the third straight ,':rj'y
I'' lime. -,::'>!>' t ,( ,Gainesville. : 'I ._

I spent Kevin several Pass days of Gainesville this week DiuUr The Pecan.Trees. That .el'oftc'"o.The Lord : 220 N. Main .4-1. '" ,-,IQtW. ;

3501 W. ., 4
Mrs. LaND
t with his grandmother rRyRoAvd 1 :Jii'
'! Betty Crawford,, ,3300 S.W. }\

g s,' a Mrs. Eta Johnson of YOU ARE INVITED t, ;'* ,-L,lawren' :'* Blvd, & Sylvan'Way r :r_ \ ,

i.. ;." Neptune'I""B'eacb"' Is''visiting' Wendardrogx her 1'1'J' < *_ ', *"'* *'* ., *; Sawiis.../v.1 \" '<'\ 'I<"y'e! :' Hgts. Flo. ,_ l

",N ,ik fIfI'oChIt'vtd'. ; + : The Friendly Winer <"- < ? ::1
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,and Wcd: family"'y.from. Thursday to, t)-. ... .: .. .' ..... "tItt; v.6J ;:

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Pagi4 TELEGRAPH March JMS .' '
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tI Head Start Workshop. Scheduled Alcohol Big !i ,:". } ; '' }... ,Mach. 18 City: Council Action p..J n.a ,. ii .

Ms. Sue Baker, director of live required for the Factor In 't' '
Ilem's insurance the clerk
from the 'March 18 coverage
the Atlanta Leadership "Management by Objective" ,.,r. t'... Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomery
commission
Starke, city 'said.Was
conduct Development Program format. OffensesGAINESVILLE meeting not reported in the informed by Jackson ,i'yji',1'! '" -il, and family attendedthe
will a Managementby that the budget for uniformshas iI"It'iI\\\ Farnell family reunion in
Objectives workshop at the Cluster Workshop March 20 edition of, the.Telegraph ,!. ,
Alcohol been overspent. Lake City Sunday
Bradford County head April 3 and 4 wcreAgreed J'Nft'; !: :
usage was a factor in' 44.1 Noted it has received no ( :
Start Center at RJE School in CUBB Head Start staff from to pure' ." Mrs. Erik
pursue and Johnsonand
percent of thE! offenses among written 'word from ,the state ({\. Rev.
Starke on Tuesday, April 1, Clay Union Baker and the 118 persons under 'chase of property ae the Department of Transportation family returned Wed-
CURB at 9 a.m. Bradford counties will supervision of the Florida corner of Orange and Wash that couplings proposed for rrH nesday after several weeks in
Head Start from combine with the Head Start Parole and Probation Com- ington Streets for an addition water lines under 301 have W Palm Beach.
Clay, Union, Baker and River to' the '
staff of Suwannee mission in Bradford County, city work'yard. Com- been approved by'the DOT
; Bradford counties will attend Economic Council of Live Oakin missioner Vernon Silcox
according to statistics was --Was warned by.Attorney Among those attending the
this workshop, which will a Cluster Workshop on- released this month. instructed to negotiate the George Pierce to file financial,, GJO golf tournament during
,, stress procedure and initia- Supervision to be held The statistics appear in the $10,500 asking price and a disclosure statements by May I the weekend were Coach

Thursday and Friday, April 3 March issue of "The Drug time payment plan. 15, if they had not, already Warney Adkinson, Matt
and 4, beginning at 9 a.m., at Dialogue", a monthly "-Instructed Clerk Edwards done so.. Herres, David Gaines, Ed:
the Bradford County Head- newsletter of Florida's to request an FHA represen- -Was told by Attorney Walls, Lee Casey, Wade
Start Center at RJE School in Commission on Criminal tative to appear at the next Pierce, who attended a recent Winkler, Donnie Kelly; Scott
.' Starke. Justice Standards and Goals. meeting to talk with the council Florida League of Municipalities Roberts, Bobby Patterson
'I The workshop will be The newsletter is publishedfor about borrowing money fora meeting at which slate ''-,.,I Ben Moxley, Jim Watts, Mr
conducted by the local Head new bucket truck, garbage }r '
the 11-county North Senate President Dempsey and Mrs. John Smith'; Dr. and
!, Start Program Director Florida District III area. hauler, and a city hall. Edwards Barron, D-Miaml, and 'statehouse Mrs. Harry Gruen, Bill
Daniel Gibbs and the According to statistics, said hehad been unable Chairman Gerald I Adams, Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
1 Suwannee River Head Start there were 21 cases in to get in touch with an FHA Tucker D-Tampa, spoke, that U) ) McRae, Carl L., Johns and
Program Director Henry Bradford County involving representative.Named the new "conservative" state 1 'I George Roberts Jr.
Ask Wynn. moderate use of Alcohol in Epps and Jacksonas plan to return more local con- ,
1974, as compared to 22 the a committee to review thecity's trol to local government.The Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Talley

Charley previous year. There were 31 with hospitalization plan two legislators mentioned Buford Higginbothams Celebrate spent the weekend in South
Roberts.
cases involving excessive Agent George returned funds to the local Daytona Beach visiting their,
The insurance has
alcohol use in Bradford in program governments for their own and daughter-in-law, Mr.
son
E.Joluu Doesn't it make a little not been bid In several
bit uneasy that some you of the 1974, as compared to 24 in because nobody has been years able use, Pierce said. 50th Wedding Anniversary Man.16 and Mrs.. Thomas Talley. and
1973, the newsletter Chris.
that are teachingour says. to meet with son
colleges present premiumand
kids how to make a livingare Bradford ranked eighth in supply better coverage, DolarsGood & Mr and Mrs.' Buford Higginbotham flanked each side of the table
going broke? the 11-county district in termsof Clerk Edwards said. The city of Maxville cele- Mrs.J.L. Bradley cut the cake Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Meng
"Funny Funny World"* percentage of alcohol- is having financial problemsand rOSe brated their 50th wedding and was assisted by Mrs. J.S., and daughter, Dana, of St. .
About This Question: related offenses."I can't afford more than the s/R'fm..JLMmrtluWith anniversary at an open house Waters Petersburg spent the weekend''
I $22,000 it is already paying, { for _c--b given them by their children, The punch and coffee table with their parents, E. L.
might have known my ..Avca rnwao.i sertrees" Mrs. James L. Waters of was covered with a 50th anni- Matthews and Mr and Mrs!

I boy would lose that school J J CONTRACTORS memories of last win Lawtey, Mrs. Lyle Schmehl of versary cloth. Gold leaves Paul Meng at Hampton Lake
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Jacksonville encircled the punch bowl..
E.D.
Higgin-
instrument
He COMMUNITY
it
forgot on ter's fuel shortages itill fresh in W.
Mrs! H. Hart visited her
botham of Maxville, and J.D. Serving punch was Mrs. Ruby
the bus and it's EASTER mind, should all be
just gone. our we Higginbotham of Lawtey at Higginbotham and pouring son-in-law and daughter, Mr,
Would musical instrument All Types Cement Slabs, Porch Enclosures, SERVICE SUNRISE concerned with how efficientlyour the Maxville Civic Center, coffee was Mrs. E.D: Higgin-. and Mrs. Mike May in Ocala
homes are heated this year. the first of the week while Mr.
insurance covering loss Sunday, March 16. botham.
theft or accidental: damage Drive Ways .Block, ..ft Brick 7:00A.M. The first step is obvious. Set Mrs. Jimmy Higginbotham May was in the hospital.
your thermostat to the lowest The gift table was covered
Patios, Room Additions and Mrs. Trudel Griffis'
have cost less than 1% of
tOO West Madison Strut setting comfortable. You can greeted the guests at the door with a 50th anniversary cloth. Dewey Hodge of Charleston,
the value from the Charley Ball Field Behind Madison set it even lower if you are and presented them to the Gifts were opened and dis' S.C. was weekend guest of his
El Johns Agency." All Work Guaranteed Street Baptist ChurchA willing to wear wanner clothes tecelvingline composed of the played by Mrs. Michael brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
around the boule.Don't Honored couple and their Waters and Mrs. Danny and Mrs. C, G. Hill.,
Charley E. Free Estimates No Obligations Drlvt-In Service heat rooms that aren'toccupied. Waters. '
If every room ha a The cake table was covered Mrs.Trudy Crosby and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Ed DeVylder
JOHNS AGENCY Come as you are. There will thermostat wt each accordingto with a white lace tablecloth Patty English kept the guest of Stamford Conn. were
473-2000 be Mats for most who wish need. And close off all rooms and centered with a 50th anniVersary .book. Tuesday guests of Mr. and
i 131 SO. WALNUT ST'
300 friends Mrs. Eaton Jordan and
to get out of their car. that are not cake. This was Approximately Mr.
PHONE 0R4-SO7O Paid' for by Pint "ptlil Churcft frequently In *? C .balanced by candelabras and relatives called betweenthe and Mrs. J. G., Holton...
e hours of 2 and 5
use. decorated with fern and daisies p.m.
and holding gold tapers. Mr. and Mrs. Higginbothamwere Mrs. G. A, 'Gay, Mrs.
Two beautiful arrangementsof : married March 15, 1925 Clarence Harper and William
gold daisies and carnations in Macclenny.: R. Parrish spent the weekend
with Mr, and Mrs: John
Pomereau in Fort Lauderdale -

Kites fun. Youth 17 .
are Hampton ChargedWith
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar
M1 Hitting School Teacher Goldwire of Palatka, Mr. and
Mrs.John Goldwire of Atlanta
HAMPTON -The latest incident leave. and Mr. and; Mrs. Terry
As long : remember of juvenile problems in The boys defied the request Williams and daughter of
as iou Hampton involves a 17-year- and when Williams turned to (Cardiff, Wales were Saturday
old boy accused of striking a talk with two of the boys the guests of Mr. and Mrs..Gilbert
leacher as the instructor left third hit him.on the left side of night class at the city hall.' his face.
there The boy was charged) with Williams then swung the Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sch-
are strings attached. assault and battery by the hammer forcing the boys wab of Meritt Island and
Bradford County Sheriff's back, got into his truck and Eddie i Schwab of Gainesvillewere

: Department. The victim, left.The i weekend guests of Mrs.
5 : Lysle Williams, received injuries Division of Youth Ser- Myrtle Anderson. Joining the

.. ,w"ES....t-- .. n on (he.left side..of his. vices 'will now recommend 'i family on Saturday wen* Mr.and.Mrs.JphrjAnderson .
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t; .... of/; ?, !. the city hall talking and distracting recently, Sheriff Dolph St.' Luke's Hospital. '
.1.';:" the class being taughtby Reddish cited Youth Services
'' I'!)$, Williams. Several boys with failing to follow up on Mrs. X. M. Smith and
> ; i'''; joined the group and Williams juvenile problems and adding I daughter, Terri were
1:< asked the boys and girls to be to the trouble. He said that the weekend guests of Mr and

f ... quiet or leave so that he could vast majority of cases filed I Mrs.i Richard DeShong in
I ." ,..;,; continue his class. against juvenile offenders I Plant City and attended the
i.. ', "cj' ,. When they would not leave, never reach court. I|open installation of Eastern
.'. / Williams went to a Hampton :Star Saturday night.
'! I.' grocery! store to call police'. (
\.,' However; before the call was J) Mr. and Mrs! Donald
completed, Fred Phillips i Schuler and children of
arrived, Phillips has been stationed ]Baltimore, Md. are visiting
'lat -the. newly I : con- I,their parents Mr. and Mrs.
structed flrehouse( while construction -' Walter Richardson this week.
is being completedon
the new structure.. Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde' was
Williams;then< returned to Tuesday overnight guest of
the class, assuming that, ,1 I her sister, Mrs. Eloise Durden
Phillips'would disperse the )at Jacksonville Deach.
L children. When the noise con- A ''folktale among ''American
/ tinuedWilliams again asked Indians tells of a man who Mr'and Mrs. P. D. Reddish
a the group to leave which,they loses a leg, sharpens his shin spent last Wednesday to

did.Later bone, and uses it to stab his :i Sunday with Mr and Mrs.
?when the class''wasdismissed .visitors.- I i Geln Reddish and.family in
three boys 1 Pensacola.

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>:\ "":.11\)."' leaving and threatening him. prescriptIon a long, ''I j : "Can an office that
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tell ,, >! : :1 spite your warn ings, ... 1? ;: ; : ;/'t !, i" ,. 11:00:
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fly a kite. .kites snagged on a power line, or caught up in a tree. 1 Followed By Dinner on The Ground & I"I I
First of all if they'make And what do they do then? ,

their own. make If it's a power line, the answer's simple'.Leave alone..And '. Easter. Egg Hunt

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 I 1:." -., 1 ', ,. I
never fly a kite with wire or anything metallic.As metals are after it, could result in a serious shock. '. ;
You Are Invited To Corne'And I
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get caught in a tree I
Secondly,kites are fair weather friends.Caution your make sure there are no power lines aroun .Trees near power 1 Your Dinner WitH Us Ahd :i:> "r'' 1f
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power antennas Flying is child's play..We just be
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Co-op Members: To Elect 3 Trustees Today... At Annual Meeting- In KHClay


election Electric for Cooperative's Florahome; District 4, board. It is the trustees' responsibility reports and for the purpose of Drake. He is being opposed bya payer like'the rest of the mem- interested in working for the I i
bers to the three new mem- Thomas Malphurs and G.W. According to Tommy Mini- to establish policies for making policies which are younger opponent, CharlesE. bers and would like to see poli- betterment of all concerned.
nine member boardof Owens, both of Alachua; can, assistant general man-, the overall operation of the then carried out by employees Sullivan of Florahome.. tics kept out of the co-op. Both of these men are far-
today Trustees( will take place District: 6, Floyd Gnann, incumbent ager of the Cooperative, the cooperative and delegate of the co-op. Trustees are paid Hogg is running his cam- Both seem interested in the mers and are members of the
Thursday,March 27)) at Middleburg and Co-op is owned by the mem- the $130 meeting they attend.
the 37th duties of the operation to per paign for this election on"hon- economy and trying to serve Florida Farm Bureau.
ing of the Annual general meet- Robert E. Ford of Orange bers and these Trustees are general manager Sam Hogg, 56,Dist. 2 incum- est representation." His opponent (the people electricity in the Incumbent Floyd Gnann of
stone Cooperative in Key- Park. elected by the members to These men meet once a bent up for re-election, was a new-comer to politics cheapest way possible. Middleburg, serving his
Heights. Approximately 5,000 peopleare represent their various dis month for the purpose of going elected in 1973 to fill out the stated he is not a politi- Thomas L. Malphurs, 46, second term as a District No. 6
Districts Candidates No. up for election in expected for the day. tricts. over operating and financial unexpired term 'of Talmage cian, saying he is just a bill and G.W. Owens, 42, both of Trustee on the Clay Electric
2 are Sam Hogg, Members will cast their votes
Alachua are vying for the Dis- Cooperative Board, Is being
incumbent of Crescent City and put three of the above men
trict No.4 seat on the board. opposed by an Orange Park
and Charles E. Sulivan of in for a three year term on the New SFCC One of these two men will member, Robert E. Ford, whois
Computer Guidance SystemTo take the place of Claude Bran- a retired Master Sergeant in

don who declined seeking reelection the Marine Corps.
Park Of Palms due to failing health. During Gnann's term on the
Malphurs stated this is the board as Trustee he has
Help Students Decide On CareerGAINESVILLE first time he has ever run in an served on the Clay Electric's
: Completes First election and decided to run finance committee and as
Step
hI after he was approached by treasurer of the co-op.
March 20 cess includes, he says, the management to seek the He stated he is running his
Of A computer based guidance t "examining their own values,, election. campaign on past perfor-
ExpansionPark system designed to help com- exploring options, interpreting He said in an earlier inter mance.
munity college students make n{ relevant data, and for view that he is interested in Ford's decision to run for the
career decisions and, plans mulating tentative plans as producing energy for the rural position was brought about by ,
of the Palms, located Christians, but of any denomi- will begin operation April 1 at hypotheses that can be tested.It people as economically as pos- action from members of>the 1
If off SR-100 west of Keystone nation. Santa Fe Community College. also encourages students to sible and thinks there ought to cooperative in this district requesting -
Heights, has just completedthe Duri.ig: this past month, the The system was made modify their plans as they be responsible people in this more representationfrom
first step in its proposed $4 Christian community had 42 possible by a grant from the gain new insights( experience, position to run the business of their representative.
million retirement complex. transient guests along with 36 National Science Foundationto and information." the cooperative. According to a spokesmanfor
Completed is the $317,000 permanent guests. They also Educational Testing Ser- SIGI has been developed His opponent, G.W. Owens, Ford, he would like to see
motor lodge, exclusive of pav- have a Christian colony which vice (ETS) of Princeton, New 1174.r. primarily for two-year also a new-comer to politics, is voting procedures changed
ing and which is colleges since these institu- ,
landscaping includes 50 homes with around Jersey, the organization making the election more
composed of 34 units based on 75 people living there year the tions often have many stu- accessible to all members of
developing
the design of Holiday Inns. round. Called the project.of Inter- dents who are undecided the cooperative ''who are
Nine of these units are During the conference ses- active Guidance System and Informa- about careers and seek early unable to attend the general '
equipped with, efficiency sions at Park of the Palms, the tion, or SIGI, the new assistance in their educational meeting in order to place their f
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approach -
kitchenettes. SIGI, Wheless says, for their candidate.
ladies are kept busy with is based garming. vote
on a guidance
Rates set for occupancy are many activities under the that to fit into the reg-
much lower than comparable theory emphasizes each ular guidance programs at the
coordination of Mrs. Eleanor
student's ;
motels and are set at $12 per Elder. own values and the .+hrL. colleges and to complementthe
night for just bedroom and role such values should play in ; work of counseling staffs. Got'
Alternating Tuesdays, sew- )
Fever You Down
making career decisions. Spring .,
bath accommodations and $14 ing classes and arts and craftsare of the I Ultimately, SIGI will also
night for the efficiencyunits Development system have application in four-year I'
per
offered. The ladies can be started in 1968, with initial Take A Spring Vacation f
for couples with chargeof found making patch-work colleges and high schools.
from
$12 per extra person. quilts which are sent to Carnegie supporting Corporation.A grants the ,Other sites where the sys- See Marge At Your Local t
The conference season Missionaries in different student tem will be field-tested duringthe
using the gui-
which runs front January fields and also making chil- dance interacts coming year are Eastfleld Travel Agency
through March at Park of the drens dresses and baby of several system terminals with ;' College of the Dallas County
Palms is ending, but Ken one con- Community College District in
clothes from materials which nected to PDP-11 SFCC coed terminal to information
a
computer uses computer gain on.
Steinseifer, business managerfor Mesquite, Texas Pasadena Tow Finance
donated to the women. ;
are
manufactured which to base decision
by Digital a on choosing a career,
the Park stated they are in Men enjoy the shuffleboardcourts City College in California) and
hopes of encouraging church in their spare time, which Equipment is participating Corporation in the, values, obtain specific information The main purposes of the Mercer County Community 226 N. Temple 964-7449
groups and Christian familiesto fishing, and game nights on development and distributionof about occupations of program, according to Whe-' College in Trenton, New Jer-
take advantage of the Parks Fridays.Children. SIGI. Information is interest, assess their chancesof less are "to increase stu sey, where a pilot field trial Loans Up To Income Tax
facilities through the summer while visiting the sented or constructed pre-the success in preparing for dents' freedom of choice, to took place in 1973. To explorethe
months. Park,if too cool for a dip in the screen and the studentresponds on each occupation under con- develop their understanding adaptability of SIGI for 2,500 Done
Next construction on the lake, can enjoy swimming in asks sideration, and rehearse the of the elements involved in four-year colleges, it will also
for Park of the Palms a question or to enter each be used at Illinois State Uni-
agenda the heated pool on the grounds gives directions to the com- steps necessary choice, and to improve their
will be remodeling existing which is equipped with a slide puter by pressing an' occupation.In competence in the process of versity. .w Nw,. .xa... a '
lodge .units into efficiency for their active enjoyment. key. Students examine appropriate this way students engagein making informed and rational
apartments. Ken Steinseifer, who has and specify their occupational a form of dialogue with the career decisions." This pro-
Robert Wiley of Park of the been located at the Park for computer about career deci- ..
Palms stated he plans to the past two months, is for- sions. They can determine ----
suggest to the board of direc- merly of Dowling Park, just Top Rating their pace, pausing wherever BALDWINCHEVROLETOLDS
tors at their next meeting, the outside of Live Oak where he they wish, choosing various COMMUNITY
need for an intermediate care was director for the Advent branches, and making revi- EASTER
unit which would provide Christian Home. Earned By sions as they go along. Each SUNRISE
nursing supervision to some of Before construction begins'' student's path through the. i SERVICE
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the older retired people now on the three-story apartment BUS BandAn system Is unique. ,
living in Park of the Palms. building, which is to contain Dr. Robert Wheless, direc- 7:00A.M.
Also open on display is a approximately 208 units, the tor of the Santa Fe operation,
model unit of the proposed Park would like to have at overall superior ratingwas says, "The objective-is not to 900 West Madison Street
apartment complex to be builtin least 12 lifetime leases.A won by the Bradford High prescribe the best occupationfor Ball, Field Behind Madison
the near future. Mary year ago last January, School marching and concert students,but rather to help Street Baptist Church
Welsher, in charge of sales, is Robert Mojonnier, vicepresident band Saturday, March 22, in them develop alternatives and ,
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on hand six days a week from and secretary of the Stewardship the annual Florida Bandmas- plan their actions. SIGI does A Dttvt-In Service
9 a,m. 4 p.m. and on Sunday Foundation, Inc. of ter's Association District 3 not pretend to give studentsthe
1. from ;,.,-4 p.m.to discuss Wheaton, III., announced the Concert Festival'on Florida one right answer to career Come as you are. There will
life leas! with prospective magnitude of the proposed retirement Field at.'the' University uncertainties, but it does help be seats for those who wishto
residents and 'show them complex' ,and !set, the, :Florida: I )in. Gainesville students frame the proper get out of their car. .
through the model apartment. target date for completion in questions and get and use rele- P.ld for by Mtdlion ftr..t Biptlit .I'.SPECIAL"
There are four floor plans to The Tornado band earned vant information." Church
choose from for the complex"life 1979.Besides the completed four straight superior ratings '
lease." These include a lodge, an apartment building three in concert and the fourthin --1- J ..
small efficiency apartment; complex, a new church build- sight reading, reports .
ond bedroom, one bath, kitchen ing with a 500 seating capacityis Bandmaster Dean Cassels. J emontr'atoSALE
and living area; an planned, a 50-bed nursing ,
It marked the seventh
consecutive -
with the same K.J
apartment home, new dining hall with a 1
facilities as the above, but in a 350 seating capacity, and a recreation district superior
larger dimension; and a two area which will consist ratings for the BUS band, ._ I
bedroom, two bath apart- of the existing pool, which should bring much
to BHS and the entire j
ment., pride
shuffleboard courts, a putting
The only requirement, ,green and boating facilities. community, Cassels points
according to Mrs. Welsher, is These additions will bring in out."The rieIIlJkick. .
that have to be 65 students put on a
persons an estimated 300-330()( new resi-
years old and with couples, dents and will provide 80 to 100 superb performance, competing -
one is allowed to be 62. Since it new job openings to the Key- with"23 other high school e.arier ---
bands the bandmasterstates.
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is a Christian community they stone Heights area.
request their patrons to be .
The band will travel to Win-
A ter Park to compete in the


state 13.The competition community will set for have May an, SPECIAL .k. Snack k 1. THEY'RE BEAUTIFUL i I i!

opportunity to hear the bandin ,
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concert at the BHS auditor- <
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Admission to the concert will Fri-Sat v 3. THEY'VE LOW MILEAGE
be $1 for adults and 50 cents c
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gApThose; for students. TEMPLE AVE. 99 4. THEY'RE' i
All members of the Band 1601 N. "x PRICED RIGHT :

Boosters organization will be 964-5126

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School Spending. . . ''F rom Page 1)) Rezoning Asked For Meat PlantA
NOTESFROM
HOME TTt
; munity service coordinator, director. Budget for the lum and Instruction Richard '
attendance officer, psychologist supervisory level is chopped Jockel at $17,495, Press Operator for' rezoning five ficient time to devote to the several months has; been
pupil I personnel coordinator $212.000 from $308,186 to Carolyn Thomas at YOUR EXTENSION HOME: acres west of Lawtey from duties of the board and members completed l by!i County will Allorncvliono
jind Im
Shaw
media; clerk, 96074. $5,125, Administrative Secretary :" Agricultural to Manufacturing were asked to come up : read'sto
countywide receptionist art- Persons at the supervisory Ruth Darley at $6,9iO( AGENT to permit construction and with recommendations to be present to Iho Counu'\'
teacher, county-wide gifted level listed as retaining their and Custodian Alice Salmon at irmECONOMICS operation of a meat process. presented to Ihe County Commission at. its! April, *
In 4865. ing plant was presented to the Commission for filling the vacancy. inert\illl(.
teacher posts 1975.76 are Deputy
program county-wide
BROWN Board Gaines also rend a copy> nl
a
Tuesday
W.L.. Two of eight positions in the County Zoning
speech teacher, food service Supt. Kilpatrick at
replacement for Bill letter I from Charles Juslk'f ol
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Director business office, headed by night.Wilbur
$19,700 of CurrlcuRllen's
coordinator, and maintenance -
Business Manager Eddie THINK YOU CAN CAN? rings since they, too, can be Stephens, who owns Wood the recently deceased the North: Central florid: ,
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Douglas, won't be funded in If you're planting a used only once. Call, write or 60 acres known as the "old county building inspector, was Regional Planning Council In
197576. Senior Accountant vegetable garden this year, stop by my office in the lace," told the boardhe discussed and it was decidedfor the Alachua County ('1111I'
& Tackle would
Bait
Dorothy Epperson retired and have some thoughts of Agriculture Building in Starkefor like to construct a 90 members of the zoning mission approving the proposal -
effective March 31 and won'tbe home canning, now's a good a free copy of the bulletin x 55-ft. building to do custom board to meet with the County of a joint resolution
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'I 611 E, Brownlee 7Shinners and conduct Its meeting iM'lwi'cn Alacluiii and Haul-
and time to get "Canning Florida Fruits and slaughtering Commission at April -
replaced, a position your canning
labeled "contract equipment in shape. Vegetables". This bulletin retail sales of meat. Approximate to discuss the matter. lord Counties petit uming the,
accountant," which program has not First of all, if you plan to, describes canning proceduresand cost of the plant Unofficial reports had been state to acquire' ilie :Santa\ Ft
would be and he would received that membersof Swamp under its endangered
been tilled for some time, will can vegetables, you need a processing times for $70,000 some
not be funded steam pressure canner. Florida produce that you have from six to eight employees the Commission would like lands! program. II I'adior'd
Business office That's because all vegetables might be planning to can. It'sa to start with, with the for the Zoning Board to delay County "pPI'u.dth < i <|
$ 50 expensesare of later this for an indefinite ( resoluljon and is now
I listed as down $18,000, except tomatoes, are low acid good idea to start your possibility expansion filling position
said. Plans would time due to thl'county's awaiting action l hludm,1>
preparations early.BRADFORDCOUNTY
so to avoid botulism
from the current $74,311 to they include
financial Games said.
must be processed at a 20 x 60-ft. holdingpen present County.
'i MinnowsDoz. 56404.School board expense is temperature higher than a The Bradford County Fair FAIR Is where cattle would be condition. Commissioner who attended School
held ,
for slaughtering the same E.W. Hodges Building
boiling water.If .
than and
down some $6,000, from less one week away said
day brought in, or the following Tuesday night's meeting
$77,916 to 71886. Salaries of you already have a steam plans for this year's- Fair are
that members of the Plans ProgressingSTAUKI5 !
the some
day at latest Stephens
00 the staff remain the pressure canner, make sure .
same
AIT $ taking shape.I said. Waste from--tHo-'plant Commission seem to feel that
3 1 $3,600 for board members, it's in good working condition. want to encourage all area would be rted into hog with the current !sow down in I'roll illlinlll'I >
Doz. $21,140 for Supt. Temple, and Check especially the dial homemakers to bring their solo
feed or a rendering building they would like to drawings! for the plant SI.:a!
$7,570 for Temple's secretaryJoan guugc. We have a pressure finest home canned products, ,
plant. ," Vf delay a hasty decision on a million school l butldulg
Hurst. The cuts in gauge tester in the office and handmade :
came home baked goods, and this
building inspector set tuhegm "
The operation Would meet new program arm'were
Earth Worms Red WormsAll "other" expenses, down from will be happy to check the garments and examples of all state requirements, and have Zoning Director L.M;: !shown to the School
$9,030 in the present budget to gauge on your pressure needlework to exhibit in the there would be no odor, Gaines perlorm these duties Board at a special uirelmg|
$5,000 proposed in 75-76, and in COOkeI' Call for an appointment Home Division at the Fair.. added. temporarily. March: 19.
Stephens
contracted serviced down if you want yours Entries in the Home Divisionwill He was given permission to Gaines said he was' willingto The board asked Architect
Types from $12,000 to $10,000. checked. If it's off more than be accepted on Monday, advertise for rezoning on the try, but was not qualified as Craig Sullvy 10 (h'upl.linlill.
The plant and operations just a couple of pounds, you'd March 31, from 1 p.m.. to 6 five-acre site. a building inspector and ques- urplans lor to ""lIdu".1" .
I budget proposed in the better get a new one. and Tuesday, April 1, Two new subdivision platsin tioned if the county would be classrooms to IK constructed
trimmed budget totals If you use two-piece lids, from 8 to mistakes made sixth
a.m. noon. the country club area were liable for any lor a separate tirade"
$127,425 for 1975-76 down you will need new sealing lids. Items entered for competition accepted for presentation to in approving construction that complex at B1'IIdlul'IillIldh:
Sizes Of Fishing Tackle some$33,000 from $160,291 this These lids can be used only must remain on the County Commission for might later prove faulty. School. ('llIl rl11all Kodnrx( (
term. Three positions are not once. .they will not seal a display until 11 p.m. Saturday, approval. Golf View, being Attorney Dudley Hardy Hull stressed IhaI'Iho t stlioolIxmrd
funded for next year a second time. If you're usingone April 5. One of the most enjoyable developed by Mr. and Mrs. replied that the county wouldbe is opting for aVuitdI .
Open 5 AM. 7 Days A Week painter, an operations helper, piece zinc and porcelainlids exhibits to most Levon Andrews, will offer 20 liable in such a case. I Imam the count>''s open I.IXN
and a secretary. you need new rubber visitors at the Fair is the lots in the area west of the golf Gaines reported that in spiteof "room policy ol rctcnl! Beat's.Kxamples ,
._ H ". -- --- Home Division. exhibit. course, where the Dudley the construction slow-dow. : ol Ihe open) class.
Hardy home is located. the building inspector had ,room policy are the. present
The Woods, a 33-lot subdivision made ,447 inspections since middle school hinldinn..lIlId Iniin
ir developed by Gene Shaw last April. He also pointed out extent the I host hut phase
and John Kopelousos on that the County Zoning Board ol Uradlord High :School!
r.aru .nc..ar Pare property purchased from T.lI. had entered into contracts Hall set a hearing| for I It"
Slade and Charles Sawyer with three municipalities in public to speak on the lump.
lies across from the Country the county to perlorm their in philosophy f lor April 14. at..IpII1. ",
Club, west of Country Club building inspections .
i t Road. Commissioner !Hodges A sayings ol $NI.INNI|( is pi' 'o
f 1 The request of James Starling suggested to the board that it jetted standard Mock calls.
1 for permission to locate a consider extending the R1A arc used in the H.MS: (: and
a OS mobile home, for use by his zoning classification to instead movable. paiMHioMtho -
aPR V grandmother, on Starling's property on Hampton Lake for architect IIUIII.I .
,i CF NT home site the intersection farther back from
near a distance I In cost t culling\1 nun r-
.,, '= of Highway 16 West and the waterfront than the pre designed'lo gel I lie luiildnmprogram !
C:1..0.f"- IV Market Road was denied as sent 1,000 feet. !Hodges said it within the sl|.,2:!
1:0" "IVQ not complying with RIB was not fair to developers million 11\ 11I1..hlt.. the I bisu'd...
zoning restrictions in that building expensive homes in agreed to open, oulilooi.
1:4""e area. the R1A zone, to have thl'propt'rty coveredalkvass.. thus ehttuiiiil
'I. Starling was told however, between them and
mil\ interior hall s|>aie
that the board would consider the ,highway subject to un- lor Ihe two liinldinjij.! \pl.miiiil
rezoning an entire area in that desirable uses. He suggested al Bl'illlIlIl'IllIlgh SI'hll"l.1".
., location from RIB to RlC consideration of extending Ihe(
.
$ f cut was! one room( oil enl, I
sy. ( residential, permittingmobile R1A classification back from planned :l-room kinderpaiiet'
} / J Jj homes) if he could the lake to U.S. 301 on the east t complexes tit lioth Slarke |<:iinirlilarv .
j Tarr:NJ 't.l obtain agreement from a suf- and Highway 18 on the north. mid Soullisitle Kli:
__ ficient number of property Hodges said this was some ol 1II1'lIli11'TIll' moves( ..' 4 til
: owners in the area. the most attractive' property l'IIIIIII'l1'III cut $1II.lHIII:;{ iron,
/ I d r45 I I The board received the resignation in the county. tin building( program' \

a Et : ,',pN Pad II I/ I I I Ir.l rfr !r who said he of no Pat longer Farnsworth has suf, has new Gaines been mining reported in ordinance preparation that which the for( complex The\, sixth at the grade\ middle sep.ualiil'"srhrelIf )

l4 o GJ n. ur, lass I no biutrd 'H plans'' ancarried I
r 4 l T -- -- { through I lie ,i
rM FP ' 5! :: w i planned speeuih/eil" educalioiilacdily.i (

) i ;:E: I ; oNr &$ OUAFd' 1r rt JUST ARRIVED Utllw t.if.411!1 /uraile i I.>
moved) of-: .
11 iron ( tutu : |hipresent
EASTER middle school. that uoiilil
DUll 011I make, space for I tin- "(11'1'1001 1

MEN'S DRESS SLACKS ;..ICE r SAVE 11%. PIIICE WAS 1St LILIES $ : burl area activities.Hospital .

I FROM THE #! MAKER .JIC' ...IW 243 BLOOMSPOTTED i'J:

I A top-lobel selection of wonted styles MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS DELUXE VINYL FOLDING CHAIR 10TI-10 MOTOR OIL 1 QT, CATES KOSHER DILL PICKLES .
easy-core fabrics, fashion colas al Dress and part shirts in a May-floor Sturdy steel construction. Foam podded Extends engine life. incrtoMS gas Premium whole. dill. with .the crunch
brand you know far quality,comfort and bind of Docronpoly.ster.cotton.Solids back and seat. Soft 'n strong PVC tub mi l.age.Keeps valves and liftorscleon., you love) From Cons. pickle' packers (From Page I II)
good fit. Sine. 28 47. and fashion prints. Sil.s S, M, L. XL Ing wipes clean rosily Folds flat. Exclusive coaj'. formula. 1 quest sinc.1898. Giant. sits8: fl. 01.MEN'S .
1 III! : I special act treating the

SEVERAL $ 2 9 hospital buurdnhklnumdsnn .
3 : I told! the I liimidlli.il .
6 ColorsFOGGER
rt over 2.IHHI' hillings" have
.
4'4 lijM'ii( sent lormer P.IIIIMINsince
-r "" >.'" '" Jamiarv. He said ihe
Burroughs aeeountutg 1 I
machine is lunetiomng pio. .
1 I-' r1 ;+' NtiMdi Fertilize perlv alter an are( Iturruughstrouble
shooter was calle l iniiiul
Pecan repaired the hkl..l'l'l'lIIg,, '
re m.ichme.
r Hiring! ol a new hospital! I I
i VASjrtf .1 Trees laboratory director" was approved
Our noironcasual "RIG. t0," :, The do-it-yourself horn exter PEGY by the IKMH, at a
dada ata1.TII / minator.. Just press clip and it Now akdil salary 01'SU.IMMI:! per" gar'
or* a neat 'T fogs your entire home at one time. t Marian Perrotl. now at

polyestercotton blond-, WAS lAVt : \1 2 SIZES With Al.ichua Gainesville ieneral: 111 hegm Hospital, work. .m
in checks &
sahds.29-34. Small Houses here April I on a '-t-liour call
DRESS SOCKS FRUT-OF-THE-LOOMT1B 1 I s JUMBO ROLL TOMEL* ViGALFURIGSOFTERU AMRCKSPWAYs Special Formula basis Kdmomlsoii 10.11I1."l'hl' .
; ; 75t Orion*ocrylic-25* Patties with a top fash- Absorbs like maaie,gets Eagle's concentrated Kill household. .gems.Ll.lwe 97 t rust t't's ulslIl'ml..id'I'da
,. u spills east. 20twotomato reduces static Sanitizes .the. air and $| Grotone Palletized
taw .wrl nylancWideto InnofltloQullitytog'sy recommendation I t.A Kd
.
ply sheers. lull". electricity. 1/2 gallon. destroys odors.Uav.oi. mondson that 1I11In"Ulr'l'IIIII.!

House PECANSPECIAL tioning equipment be pure
Large chased I from the Honda Surplus
, I tw at. Property l Division> 'to
i.i _9 $397 replace the current units!
iT .AI. GALS' _____ which are becoming melli-
__ I L--4 $ 98 cient. Further study will !1M'
(
SLIM r '. Ioy. i All! done before a decision is made
/ 0i 50 lb, as to what types of units Mo
rMil fd
; a i eO i CNIAR ,r Your Old Walk OP Rid.. or replace to repair: the prl'SCntIUK.I the present ones.with

Vw Mow.tr la Worth $'C00 The board also sot a discussion '
j ..:. i Flora loos,4 al its next meeting. April
pockets,bolt ... (Or More) 17 at 7 p.m., of (the skyrocketing
loops bar fl costs of
maintaining liability
\ / Trade-in On A
locked construction. .. insurance on the medical -
! .!OWE W"IP.W!" W'IB'' staff in
/ WAS IAYt case mispractice
: 2N 1N innondanim ..,. ..... 1ft HAHN RIDER or malpractice BC1I has

Says* COTTON T-SHIRTS AISESNYLONTOR yellow stitchIng. IIIY MOPCLLANER OIL CM POUWMa SPOUT 1 QUART SAUCEPAN received word from ,agent
! Colorful cartoon charoc* Deep turtle neck, long 5 to 15. t Instant foaming action.ovM n" size. fin standard Whit with "block handle.Easy ..,:" VT*: Model LTD 500 George Roberts that rates vv ill
I.,.., G.w neck, short sleeves, back upper. odors,D l.och... automotive ail cans. to clean porcelain: "" Priced From go up after March 24 I from
sleavs. Sues 4-6. Fashion colors. S, M, UAVt tool 16 flea o:. ((1 1 pint) Brilliant, .dam" plat enamel I an ....1. 2..... 1 $7,000 a year to wo.ooo for the
$300.000 policy now provided
., $59995 through Professional Insurance -
Co. The hospital was
/ uI 2 Yr Warranty On Drive Train notified by Roberts that Pro-
lessional has notified him the
k S.v. S125 On A 7. Hahn Insurance would be ten
I minuted March 24. Attorney
I a N;y OLa; Rider With Grass Richard Welty was instructedto
.g.' Os examine the contract with

\ \ f e : ...,...... e Catcher! Professional to see .if the
_ a e T alt company could Urmlnalq!
tAWLN THE LTD-500 START THE GRASS under terms of the contract,'

ta r, EASY .' RIDES EASY CATCHER HOLDS 5
c..vex., wrrrwiWA. No action was taken by the
AND STEERS EASY. BUSHELS -SNAPS ONVJILABLE'WITH school board on any portion of
the new budget at either Che
ta! a/j _y/11r1 : ..! : lAVILM WAS ray A. SAVUdK 7-8 &OFF EASILY March 12 or March 19 work
LotWSrMMKSNOU Seal LN &. 1. SJ u.a1 SAE ns, sessions. It
was decided however
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IUl TNALL MINI NOM'S SANDAL WISE t t ZIPC.FLATMMUTIncludes MtlRMHTMHMOOIIIU,. THE MV LOOKvaLum OR 10 HP ENGINEIt's; a Reg.: '79. Price that principals would be
Rugged vinyl uppers. with Cuehlan arch. Sgre-arlp What o selection,whoa 6 each: knife, PfOTICTMM asked to ratify terminationand
ribbed oiUrasisront...1.. robbwnle.Full sponge valued Tea faskim cotor fork, soup spoonsooon. Protec ran end ywr Dry control formula far 26.30 INCH CUT'. You Pay Only '29"wPurcrWa transfer guidelines and
Jan, sita* 7.12. Iaole. Sin. 7-12. *and stylo. i fa 10. Won t tamish., clatht. ham ador. S e.. wall groomed men. 7 an.
SEE THEM TODAY of' Alder present them to Supt. Temple
for later presentation to the

I'' lOlliA. GARDEN ? .ing board.has apparently Monday night's been called meet.

: 1'! 312 W. MADISON ST. "lvg.fr King tOO's i:', EST ,CENTER for guidelines.the board l> The to receive Huperinlencknt the-

t r Cigaruttus: : '

. I ,' 964-7513 -44. .4s \\CONTIOI," .' 1 '539 East Call Sc. the[ board. office would stated meet Tuesday Monday

*v e OMKMCB, ,; ,PH. ,964-5745 to take action on 'the proposed
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March 27, l 1975 TELEGRAPH '
Paae7 ,r
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Library Friends Need Old Books For Sale At Fair
'

A plea for old books, hardback Books should be brought to The books will be sold at a 4
and paperback, has been the library as soon as possible, booth at the fair from 3 cents
issued by Friends of the Brad- according to Mrs. Richard to $1. All money raised from
ford, County Public Library Welty, president of the (he annual book sale goes; lo
for their annual book sale, Friends. the Bradford County Library
w 6w2eA9Af April 2-5, at the Bradford Children's books are also for purchase of new books.Other .
County Fair needed.


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Meth. Easter EggHuntPlanned Community Easter Sunrise .

--
Service At First Methodist a 4 :
Ply Polyester
Sat. At StricklandGroup
'llunsday, March 27 III 7-10:
Six .of the United Community Sunday Easter Sunrise p.m. I ho First Methodist 14 or 15's i;
- Methodist Church will have an Service, First United Methodist Church will have u Tvncbrae
Easter Egg Hunt at Strick;: Church,7.00a:( ,m. Greater service i in the sanctuary.The F-78's $28" .
land's picnic area on Saturday Bethlehem Free Will Baptist annu.il pancake'break-
from 3 to 5 p.m. for church C'hoir will" sing "Oneness inChrist. last will be held in the Methodist Sizes Available G-18's 2919
children up to and including Fellowship Hall following
the 4th grade. The Reverend James the community Easier Sunrise Car Truck Tractor H-78's 30" '" .
Prizes for most eggs found ( 1'l'glllJ, St. Edward's Catholic service, Irom il to 0:45:
and favors, games and (l'hureh speaker. This service a.MI. $1.25 for adults and 75 Glass Belted Steel Belted RadialPalye.ter4
refreshments will be will be curried over Radio
enjoyed. cents lor children under 10
Eggs will be provided by Station WPXK. + 2F78's 14 or 15's

Group Six. fk A Signal? 14 or 15's GR-78's $4537
'--- Persistent hoarseness or difficulty $3231

in swallowing could be a G-78's $33" HR-78's $4820JR78's
PINE LEVEL 1 I Warning Signal of cancer See
: your physician because only, he H-78's $3555 $4949
BAPTIST CHURCH can tell for sure, the American

i,site mrma.tot {. ,Cancer Society reminds us. PRICE INCLUDES ALL TAXES AND MOUNTING

Snuff it Out!

'tet ISNi The rise in male cancer Thomas Oil Company
due largely to the increasing
i ::a '.fatluiLt 1 deaths is
,.juuuy rate of lung cancer-
-.''' -''-' .. 14 times greater than 40 years 964-6246 6O3 S Walnut St.Starkc .

(7WI (P.plUICO ago. Do yourself a favordropthe
cigarette habit, says the Fla.
,
Q? f f"ChuA "The Country Church with American Cancer Society
LM1Pl "
the Heavenly Message. Four
.
-.-" ... ... .. .... -,' miles west of Starke on Hwy.

100. Church phone, !464UO! ;
Opportunities for Service parsonage!, !9(>4.8407.
on &asferLet Sunday Bible School, 10 @
Sunday-Easter Sunrise a.m. Morning Worship at 11 T .
Service, 7 a.m. ; Sunday Evening Training, (II i p.m. Of
School, 9:45: ; Morning Evening Worship, 7pm, End
Worship at 11 a.m.; Church us all attend the church of our Wednesday evening worship,
Training, 615: ; Evening 7:30.: ,
Worship at 7:30: .mMondayGirls' Teen School "M r.l'-' : tV 't-; 'i'1'k; ;,oM" ",
'it
p Prayer '
,
choice In and *" ti- 7 '''', n
worship thanksgivingthis 1' "
'
Ensemble, Meeting, 8 a.m., BHS room A-
w oo"
$
6:30: ; Youth Choir, 7pm.TuesdayBaptist 18, Tues & Thurs.; UCHS, 7:30: ;'" ; :'"f"k'1t; ?5-4 :v '. %j/$ \\1'iZ; 3 j;
Women Easter Sunday. We ask for God'scontinued a.m. Wednesday mornings in family 1'-e
centers '
Council auditorium. All ;, "!.' .
Meeting 10 a.m.; invited! .4
,
Business Meeting, 10-45: ; blessings for every memberof 1. \> .i t fc ** & /; i.t"j' tit w. &!,. A;
: pi"tN!::, < 'f"t. < : ;;"< *;,'i't *-> .tf
t. .:.. 'tu.: ". .
Program 11:15: ; Covered Dish 'S [ I. "" *Ji 'f I' L <<... "

Craft Luncheon Class, will 12 meet noon;/from Ladies 1 to, our community., Ladies Exercise rnB( aDPOpO( QOQ(!J J (S' So\l in9s

3 p.m. at the church. There
will be no Junior Choir Classes Begin Open Mon Wed 9 To 8
Practice Today.WednesdayFamily. Pine Grove Homecoming Sun.At RaifordPine Thurs. Sat. 9 09
U.S. 301 South Starke Fla
Night Next TuesdayThe Sun 12 To 6 i
Supper, 6:15: ; Sunday School Grove Congregational business, meeting to elect
I
Workers Mtg., H.A., G.A,; Methodist Church near officers lor the Pine Grove
Acteens World Friends, Raiford ,will have Cemetery at which time i'a Recreation Department
Mission Firends 6:45: ; "Hour Homecoming on Sunday, donation will be taken for the is sponsoring ladies Exercise Steel WoolBALLS "Golden T"
of Power", 7:30: ; Trustees March 30.Morning. up-keep of the cemetery. Class that is scheduled to
Meeting;; Church Choir, 815.: services will startat Everyone is welcome to alt begin Tuesday, April, according
Thursday-Visitation, 9:30: 11 a.m.. followed by a tend: to the Starke
a,m.; There will be NO Music Recreation Dept LIGHT 'BULBS9c
Makers Choir Practice Pine/ Grove fi evlval This Week

TODAY. Visitation, 7 p.m. Sessions will be held each -, -

no), A revival will be held at the 7:30;: and at the 11 u.m. Sunday Tuesday and Thursday. I "' ;
', >'r'' SEMIANNUAL Pine Grove Congregational* service/ '' mornmgsVS' :30"Si: .nC tit' 60 W 1
MEETING I Methodist C'Xrch in Kaiford the Old Armory..Sessions will : C 4
The SemiAnnual Meeting of this week and run through Sunday, March 30 is ulso last lor 6 weeks with a fee of.. 12 75 W100W !?:
the New River Baptist Asso- Easter Sunday. homecoming at Pine Grove $6. Box Of 6
ciation will be held March 29, Evangelist Rev. Ward Kay with dinner on the grounds It i
1975 at the Grace Baptist of Alma Ga. will speak each will also be a family reunion of Anyone interested should
Church. A fellowship meal night at services beginning at the Griffis family.P.D.Johnson, contact the Recreation Office/ ,.
will be served at 5:30: p.m. by W54-6792, no later than Friday. "Mr Pro" JergensCRYSTAL
Grace Baptist. The meeting H. R. 64 March 28.Highland..
Linzy
will begin at 6:30: p.m. ,
Featured speaker will be

Dr. Don Evcrson Pastor of RAIFORD II.R. Liwy 64. Peter D Johnson 78, of 261 BoxOf4 DISHWASHING
the Parkwood Baptist Church. died Sunday morning, March Orange St., Starke died Baptist Church
Jacksonville, Florida. 23 in Alachua General Monday, March 24, in Will have Homecoming next ,
I
Hospital after an extended Bradford County Hospital Sunday March 30. Liquid
James V,Crosby,Sr illness. after a lingering illness. Bornin '
Moderator, New River Born in Wakulla (County, Conway, S.C. on June 9, A Basket Lunch wilt be GLASSES 320z-
Baptist Association Mr. Linzy lived in the Raiford 1896 he had lived in Starke served at 1:00: p.m. 7ft
Community the past :.11: since 1961; was a retired bus Bottle 77'C
LONGBRIDGE BAPTIST years. He was retired from driver, and a veteran of World Everyone Is InvitedTo
CHURCH the Division Corrections/ as War I. He was a member of Attend 5 Styles LW

Sunday School, 10 a.m.; a medical Tech He was a the Starke' and Keystone
Morning Worship, 11 a,m.; member of Lodge [No.; 82 Heights American Legion ;
bundav night service, 7 pm. H.I i lord F & AM and was a I Posts and St Edward's 'Capri
Wednesday night Prayer member ol I the Holiness Catholic Church. '
Meeting 7pm. Church lit \\.ikulla Co. Surviving are his wife,
Florida. : Lilly J. Johnson Starke, two --- MAX CLEANSER
-Rev', Robert Haisten Survivors include the sons Richard E. Johnson, COMMUNITYEASTER FACIALTISSUES
Pastor \\idoMrs: ; -I Lois Linzy of \\Cfka\vken N.J. and Ronald
Raiford.; ::1> daughters: Mrs T Johnson.South River N.J.; SUNRISE
i
Wanda L. Sapp of Law ley, three brothers, Gerald G., SERVICE
.... .:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ;: !Mrs. Elsie L. Carlton of Macon, Ga.; Charles C.
: Kailord and Mrs Decs Eastman, Ga. and Jesse J. 7:00: A.M.
Betty ; $
.:: Gerd Of Thanks t L of LII\\ley( : ::1 i sons: Benny of Johnson Augusta, Ga.; two 3 i:
]
::: 900 West Madison Str..tBall For
Lake Butler. Kenneth of sisters, Mrs. Charlotte 16c
.. ""
.. ::r.
: Field Behind Madison
Railord and TommLinzv ol Overstreet, Granlteville S.C., Can
(;uim's\'illc.his; mother: Mrs.\ and Mrs. Maggie Mmick, Street Baptist ChurchA
OF THANKSWe
CARD Maude Lin/y of \\..ikullaCount.v Warner Robins; Ga.;. and
wish to thank our many Drive-In Service
brothers
: i : lions four grandchildren ,
(rends and relatives for their Linol( Wakulla Co und Ben services will be
: Funeral
love and loyalty,with visits food Liji/y ot VNakulla ('0.; ::i held today at Smith-Tillman Come as you are. There will Electric Ice Cream /2! Gallon Insulated'FREEZER
and other kindnesses in the loss be seats for those who wishto
sisters: l\e'rs. 1 Ida Moore 01'Cra Funeral Home in Statesboro
of our sister, Mrs.. Myrtle Dendy. 1'0rd\'iIIe, Fla, Airs.Mauclie get out of their car.
\\ Ga., with burial in Brooklet ,
Thank. you Hull of Miami and Cemetery. DeWitt C Jones Paid for by Klngilty L.h. .pint

The Strickland family !Mrs. ()ma Herring olood- Funeral Home was in chargeof I Church _._.f. PICNIC JUG

,children.\ille. Florida'; and 13 grand local arrangements

Servicesereheld !
THANK YOU NOTE March .24., lit 2 p.m:Monday in theihaprl
We would like to express our
who ol Archer Funeral CATCHING UP $14 95
appreciation to all those WE ARE
food Home of Lake Butler with theRe 88C
time
.gave their prayers time of \'. Emmit WhaleoCl'il' ut. WITH FATHER TIME :
and flowers during our .
sorrow. ing. Burial was in Sapp Ceme- 4Qts.* I '
under the direction ol
May God bless each of you. ler>
-Charlie Gaskir Family Archer Funeral Home of Lake

?y y Butler. Ladies Irregulars ;
Research for new drugs Is so perfectedthat FILM
POLOROID '
CARD OF THANKS discoveries now come more qulckl/ Wa
WORDS CANNOT ADEQUATELY VA Service receive Information about them sooner, and
express our deep sent to us immediately.This PANTY HOSE '
supplies are
appreciation for the many kind Van Due In Type 108 Color Pack
and sympathetic acts that came ,- la why we are able to fill prescriptions "

to us at'the time of our recent ..GainesvilleCommander for new products more quickly than was

bereavement. A special thanksto ever possible In the past. And, these new medicines .
Jones Funeral Home for their John R.' Davis, I are helping to slow up Father Time so :
understanding.
and
patience of Chapter Disabled American you can live a longer life $399 3J11"FiII'N'ThriII

-The Family oft Veterans that the national of Gainesville service states van Limit I

Woodard .
Shirley .
with two national service officers YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US .
will be in Gainesville on. when you need delivery. We will deliver' I
LOVING MEMORY OF April t all day.. promptly without extra charge A treat many Close Our On All) Remaining I
IN :
It will be on station at the people rely on ua tot their health needs.' Wa .
MR$. SHIRLEY WOODARD V.A. Hospital. Gainesville, to welcome requests. for delivery service and charge ,
To know you was to love you ,accounts.
And It wasn't long at all,. assist veterans in making
for compensation, or
.
claims
'
Until' "you became a any other needs or Informa- A'STER.EGGS TREESSNROBSt ;[
'
daughterR.For | lion a veteran might need.A 964-6757' ,

... ,.
,
Great Wish KOCH'S DRUG STORE .I' '
i'<
!
added to our family ; .
you : Out Can- ," ,,
-
"We Want to Wipe
1'. 'Such: a warm and. charming: Lifetime" is the PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS C ,
. cer in Your :
touch.To know you was to love you wish of the American CancerSociety' 166*W<. Call ,Starke.! lakA 33 Bag Of, 1 .

"J1., "n4. 1wJ wa loved 'WvOs so1 2.3 million ARCS "' NowE'. ," ""i Price:
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Accepting Cancer Chairmanship Proved To Be, A 'Life, Saver9?


Lucille Cancer Society members to a One of the last activities of By this time, I was fearful Cancer Society worker had
Cancer By Education Payne Chm. District ACS meeting in the workshop was a demonstration and tempted to forget the demonstrated on "Betsl."
Comm. Gainesville on Saturday, Feb. of breast self- whole thing. I am glad now
When Lillian 8. In the Cancer Education examination using a model that I did not! I saw u surgeon The ASC tells us that
president of Bradford Stump, Workshop, we were given tips called! "Betsi" We each had a within the week and in three is the greatest cause of deal
County and information on how to go turn in locating Betsi's seven days had undergone a from cancer and that we couldbe
Chapter, American Cancer back to our respective and The saving two out of every
tumor
asked lumps, some were not too mastectomy. was ,
Society chairman, of the me Cancer to be counties and arrange cancer easily detected. malignant, but the lump nodes three cancer parients if people
education clear. would become aware of the
programs. were My doctor tells me
Education Committee, I tried
that I have' warning signals and consult
Upon returning home, I un excellent
r to think of a Rood reason torefust' their ,
examined breasts later chance of physician.
my complete recovery
but-as Lillian Is, to
say the least, "quietly persistent Fight Cancer that night and-to my dismay- Gladys Thomas'' (Mrs.
,"..I reluctantly with, a checkup detected a tiny, hard lump in 1 It is not a pleasant experience Delano) and Jerry McGriff
and a Chock left breast. I knew that to undergo but, when
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agreed. This, I believe, was a my work with me on the Bradford
I many tumors are benign, and I consider what could have
lucky decision for
me. AMERICANKCANCER County Cancer Education
t f felt that, since this was so happened had I not detectedthe
I went with a group of SOCIETY small; surely it could not he We tumor in its early stage I Committee, and we are that eagerto
Bradford County American malignant. Just to be on the wont to feel very thankful. The lumpwas arrange programs may
J not painful. I felt no in- help save lives in our county.

.. wipe out dication of its presence until I Please contact one of us for Twenty-three bike riders raised approximately $900 for the

Point of 'view ................................. .................. ..... systematically examined my ,information. Bradford.Union Association for Retarded Citizens by riding
S. breasts as the American :Lucille Payne a total of ado miles Saturday in the annual Bike.A.Thon sponsored I
by the Starke Clvitan Club and the BHS Civinettet, a '.,
club affiliate
KNOW <>A. Change in bowel or bladder habits //I

Bradford in The LeadEvidently Cancer's 2 C A sore that does not heal The entourage covered the 20 mile course from the Florida
Bank parking lot In Starke to Strickland's Store at Kingsley, .
Unusual bleeding or discharge .Lake and back In about two hours, 15 minutes. Pledges of
7 Thickening or lump in breastor money were solicited for each mile a rider made. All 23
entrants completed the 20-mile ride, according to 'John
Bradford is safe side however, I made an elsewhere Wayne Hersey, Clvitan president.FORESTR'Y .
County one step But according to the Alachua County
appointment with a Warning. Indigestion or difficulty in swallowing
ahead of its neighbors in preparing for the
spokesman, only regulation they H\necrologist lor the following Obvious .
the expected advent of phosphate min- have, aimed directly at mining, is a ten- week. Upon examination he Signals! change in wart or mole =

ing in this area-- bne more reason why year-old statement of policy that was said it probably was nothing to Nagging cough or hoarsenessIf Ih'Tt'I'f'ite''d\\

our county can be proud of its reputation described "tenuous legal document" worry about, but recommended have : t'ClI'I..ttj.
as a that 1 see a you a warning signal see your doctor. II1 IN BRADFORD COUNTY"" Fin in
surgeon.
of being in the forefront of Florida coun- without any land reclamation requirements

ties in regard to zoning, land use .. ,'"

planning, and building codes.,
is but of patiently 1 into u''\at. ot water
Since all three counties will be dealingin 1 Although paper one
Alachua Administrator County AgentsNotebook By thousands of useful items and rag I fibers Pulling it up he
County
the future with the same mining manufactured from forest let the water drain Through
Howard Weston said this week that he interests, working with the same strataof : Bobby material, it may be the one we leaving the web ol fibers un

knows of two phosphate companies phosphate, it seems that the logical f have mast taken for granted. the screen. jo'I'UlIIlh"I'l'll \vi'into
Occidental Petroleum Co. and Kerr- approach to the would be for all t Taylor 11 piebhui" :Mack ol Ml
problem
,. Rising costs of newsprint "blotters" to take
McGee Oil Industries, Inc. who own ... out most ol
three to the ordinance with
adopt same .
i bond papers and coated the \lutl'rllid J Imall.v. was,
large holdings in that county and have the same set of regulations. Certainlythis magazine papers that are hung shwtb.vshii't to dry' in
long.range plans to mine phosphate would simplify things for the mining The Bradford County Fair youngster can exhibit items folks that the Cattleman's being reflected to the con- the Tol tThen,
there. Kerr-McGee is also known to have who would then have set will be in full swing by this and articles they have Association needs buyers for sumer in higher prices of
i large holdings in Bradford and Union company, one time next week so I want. to produced. This is the division the steers: he said that any reading material are came two inventions
of regulations to deal with rather than talk about some of the that most of our 4-H and FFA individual or group can buy frustrating to publishers-as that made possible the mass:
Counties.But three different ordinances. agricultural youth and projects fall into. The adult one of the show steers, have it much as to the man on the education that makes
livestock activities this week. division (or homemakers) slaughtered for the fifth street. democracy work. The I hrsi t

apparently Bradford is way aheadof As soon as Bradford's ordinance is I also want to mention that follows the same pattern.. quarter and have it cut and was the invention of the pa pet: .
its neighbors in preparing for this new effort should be made to many of the results of judgingwill wrapped for 7 cents per poundof So everyone has his methodof machine that turned I out .i
adopted, an
industry. Our Zoning Board has alreadylaid not make the printing carcass weight. These conserving paper these continuous sheet of paper The
contact zoning officials in Alachua and deadline for the paper next special prices of slaughteringis days. The newspaper other was the steam press:
much work in
ground preparing a Union Counties in an attempt to find week so you will need to visit by Sullivan's, Blalock's publisher has gone to' Together these two though!
strip-mining ordinance, and is expectedto common ground for a uniform set of re the Fair and these activities to Meat Market narrower' margins and a mass production of material..
be in position to present a final draft gulations. In this way there would be know who our winners are, slimmer paper. A kin- made the printed word cheap

for approval to the County Commissionat less confusion for concerned. We should have several President Reddish said also dergarten teacher uses enough to bring oducat ion mill
eVeryone
( discards of computer Information within the
printouts
reach
its April 7 meeting. folks vegetables that any Individual can also '
displaying help the show by donations to for all art projects!, of f v'er.v'one.
eggs, and other crops in our saying, "We used to use
all or individual exhibitors
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agricultural booth this year. or but that's the I first
newsprint, gotten soexpensive. Probably sue
to the of the show.
I Many folks have had expenses Besides, look how eesslul ;attempt 1 to
Long- ReliefU. vegetables like onions, radish, For more information about
.ange this activity, call Vernon little writing they put on those manufacture paper Irom
english broccoli cab-
peas huge sheets It would be a sin southern pine pulp took placein
bage, carrots, irish potatoes, Norman.Reddish or Secretary Ray to waste it." I87tt near Atlanta la.! 'I he
and a variety of greens pulp was made Irom chortle
S. Senator Richard (Dick) Stone the economy than a one-shot rebate. growing already this year. Learning to appreciatepaper and loblolly pine' ground Mood'j
has launched a series of briefing Furthermore, tax reductions applying in You should select a nice The livestock division is Most of our commercial probably ought to begin mixed with rags, ''Hie lust,'
papersto exhibit of each vegetable you open to youth and adults vegetables, strawberries and with realizing that it hasn't t continuous! production ol
keep editors, reporters, and news future years would give the federal have and bring it to the where folks can exhibit their field crops appear to be always been available in large from' tUUlht'I'II
directors better informed. government time to plan ahead to trim prize cattle, market hogs and sulphite pulp )
Agriculture booth at the Fair standing our recent winds and volumes. Still, as an industry pine on 11 I commercial Kisis'
.' spending"so the rebates would not increase .-, Grounds next Wednesday:; poultry and rabbits. Deadline rains. A few growers'have had paper-making is one of the \I rjccomplistx'd! in IB1,!I. .'
Right off the bat, he comes' ijJ vith an the federal deficit. *++,H morning before 10 a ln 7)\ for entries is toy, so make to, or will have to replan.t! oldest in the United States; tcftI.,"I14IX'ibt'r, ,Ily.t 1 J'
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-idea that seems to make iri' .h your now.p some fields. It seems&a ,t': reports the Division H wrls\1I1l<, .t'
sense regard .
the This long range approach is already We would also like to havean v most crops will be a little late Forestry. _** ..,III
to proposed $8.1 billion tax refund before the Senate in the form of proposed entry Irom your, field-of ... All these areas and divisions, again this year..
(belore.June. 30)) which Senator Stone lower withholding taxes for indi- corn sweet potatoes, fruits, are' open to give almost A' paper mill was The ISDA-ASCS has announced -

says would amount to no more than $200 vidual Americans. This would be pecans, honey, syrup, or any everyone an opportunity to With the beginning of spring established at Williamsburg that t the cost :shaiei
per person, and would be much too smallto a mea- other product you have participate in the Fair. This is and Easter almost here it is Va. in 1B44. and a second null assistance program is
do real good in the sure that every working American could produced on your farm or a good activity for our Countyand time to finish planting most all was erected two years later at available again this! your bur
any stimulating feel immediately with take-home pay garden. A number of folks now area. I hope you will be a spring crops, including Salem. N.C. Both used rugs! !; It. establishing pine plantations: ,
economy. It would be large enough, several dollars more each week than it is have their own' chickens for part this year. tomatoes, pepper and was the rag technique and the II'an.' ol you are thinking

however, to add heavily to the projected at the present time.This would be a con- meat and egg ,production. We tobacco. Most plants including hand craftsmanship involved about planting pines next (tall
federal. deficit for the current fiscal year tinuing benefit rather than a one-shot will have a place for any birdor Even though I mentionedthe lawns, ornamentals, fruit and that made the production of contact Warren Carver at the.
-already projected at some $45 billion. windfall that would be "blown" perhapson egg exhibit: you might have. Bradford-Union 4-H and nut trees should have been paper arduous slow and Bradford CountAM'S t Olhce.
costly. Therefore, until 1878. !96-I-654U located in the Countv'
FFA steer show and the Fair, fertilizer by now. Call me if
some extravagant luxury rather than There is also a youth last week. President Vernon you need information about paper was a pretty dear Agricultural Building. He will
Accordingly, Florida's new senator used where it is actually needed.It division( of the Fair where any Reddish asked me to tell the fertilization. commodity. papermakermade be able, lo J goo: >ou drl.nls,
has joined with several others to cosponsor it, a sheet at a time, about the !e
an amendment to the House tax is estimated that the one-time $8,1 dipping his framed screen program..

billan amendment that would eliminate billion rebate would reduce unemployment -

the proposed one-time tax refund. At in the nation only one-eighth of one' 'i7UJll (oo! Qa J a Rotarians Will Cook
the same time, these Senators continue per cent. The effect would be hardly oL(! [? lDlbBJWI( [! : l1lJ OO

tosupport a long range easing of federal noticeable, but the effect of a few extra I

taxes starting July 1, 1975 and carryingover dollars a week in each pay check wouldbe For Local Charities
into future years. They believe this a real stimulus to the economy. We Recently we were talking Some wives have many been in her position. and have '
about how the family of an problems, such as no money found a way out
long-range would have like Senator Stone's idea and wish him
program a much alcoholic can help him make a from the alcoholic husband, William W. Hood presidentof Moneyy derived Irom these
greater cumulative stimulating effect on luck. start toward recovery from :along with small children Most of what we have saidso Starke Rotary-Club( says ticket sales will be used lo
his mental illness. This' weekwe being present. Some alcoholic far in this article will applyto that 1,000 fried chicken din alcoholic wife well
will continue discuss this husbands beat their wives; an as as ners will be cooked and servedby scholarship!: and charitable
husband. In fact if the
topic, keeping in mind that the some desert their families a club members between 12 programs.
attitude of the family toward completely, or off with alcoholic is a wife, the and 1 the
go noon p.m. on occasion
husband will have to Hood, the
I One Dollar for Reform the alcoholic is often the key another woman. In some frequently of the opening of the According t
of these
additional in !
that will unlock the door that cases, the wife has no alter. problems Bradford County Fair, prime purpose annual}
leads to recovery. native but to leavethe keeping the family together as Wednesday;April 2, on a first "dinners-on-lhe-ground"! to
unit. It is for stimulate closer relations and
a usually easy an
husband for her
own survival come-first served basis.
The last Men or women become for the survival of the alcoholic 'wife to juggle better understanding between\ )
Congress passed campaign or '
total of the
in order to cover the cost household money and to the rural and urban segmentsof !
Hood further advises that
alcoholics. In a great many children. In case, the wife
reform legislation that could help end 1976 general presidential election cam- any acquire debts difficult for her the county commumU, und
cases the wife of an alcoholichas will be much better.off if she exactly looolickets have been
improper relationships .between influ- paigns. a rocky road to travel. We has studied the disease and husband to pay. The husband printed and only 1,000 dinners everyone is urged lo par
ential "big money" and elected public will first discuss problems has the knowledge and understanding frequently doesn't know what will be served. 800 dinners will ticipate,

officials, such as the illegal practices disclosed While most of the money would go to faced by wives, but most of it to help herself. he will be coming home to be. served from the usual Regular i igoldi'st i t tickets!
to husbands as well. 'after work, and in what lines with the ma now be purchased from
the applies serving >
by Watergate
investigations. candidates of the two in
major parties
One the wife condition he will find his wife
Husbands of alcoholics have way can help presentation of the gold ticket any Rotarian and the regular
J equal amounts, there is also a provisionfor their special problems too, herself is to attend open and home 01* whether or not which will cost$1. 200 gray and take-out tickets (gray i i. ut
American taxpayers could completely post-election payments to any thirdor often as acute and as-difCicul meetings, and will very likely she will be home at all.. tickets will be good for "take- $1.25, mu>' be purchased ut( the,
t, finance the 1976 presidential campaign fourth party candidates who receive as ,those faced by wives meet other wives who have, or out" dinners which will be main gate to the fairgrounds
without actually costing the individual than five cent of the vote in a have had, similar problems. ,Thjs finishes our served from a seperate area with the purchase of an lid.
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extra dime. more per The wife of an alcoholic will .She will be able to talk to discussions, as such; on how at a cost of $1.25 each. mission ticket.
taxpayer one national election. suffer from hurt pride, recovered alcoholics, and to the. family can help their
frustration self-pity find out how they recovered. 'alcoholic. Next week our.
On line eight of the 1040 and 1040A Tax returns this year indicate that so misunderstanding and fear. 'This will often serve as a article will continue to be on J .
I' standard federal income tax return far 23.9 per cent of American taxpayersare These are not pleasant guide to her' in her own treatment of the mental part' --aa(! tr L WiJfI f U :cW .

forms, each taxpayer is given the privilege saying "yes" to this much-needed companions. Her loyalty, and situation, expecially when she of the disease of alcoholism. ,#: I

of directing that $1 of his or her. campaign reform, as opposed to only her hold desire his that head her and husband be like realizes that other wives have O.W.M. Veterans William S. Haas .
up Service
income tax ($2 on a joint return) shall go some 15 per cent last year. other men, get her into all Officer:

to the Presidential Election Campaign sorts of predicaments.The Carter
Jimmy SpeakerAt discharged last
Veterans id their families month alter
Fund If sufficient Millions of Americans will be filing <|
I *s number of taxpayers wife may be unselfishand are asking questions concerning four years of duty. Am I I.f-
participate in the line eight income tax returns in the next two self-sacrificing. She will the benefits their eligible for GI Bill benelilsii

j "checkoff" option no private campaign weeks.Where else can'we find a bargainlike probably tell innumerable lies Co-op Meet TodayKEYSTONE Government provides for while finishing high school?,'

j contributions will be allowed after the this? without costing us a cent to protect her pride and her them through the: Veterans out I,*
1976 party nominating conventions.This we have a chance to strike a blow for reputation.. She will probably'pray Administration. Here are A-Yes. Veterans' in > -,
beg, and plead, Some some of the questions_ : category may receiver!
cleaner more fair, presidential cam- wives strike out viciously, HEIGHTS by' the Cathedral Quartet, a educational assistance./,
privilege has been in effect for paigns. The dollar donation is not the some run away some become, .Jimmy Carter, Georgia's 76th nationally known gospel sing- Q-Can a veteran's wife use without charge against busier'
several years and the fund already contains total answer of course but it is 'a major hysterical or terror stricken. governor, who has announcedhis Ing group from Nashville, his educational benefits? entitlement. That entitlement,)

some$34 million, but it needs much step in the right direction toward elec- -Some seek sympathy, or have candidacy for Presidential the 1976 Tenn. -, A-Only if he Is too per cent thus remains available for-,

I moreactually from $80 to $100 million tion reform. retaliatory love attains with nomination Democratic will be the featured Many local clubs and organizations disabled'permanently from and.service-totally post-secondary< schooling.:
other men.
speaker at the Clay will also have connected conditions. Q-The Veterans 'Ad"II,
II The wife should try not to ,Electric Cooperative'. annual various booths set up around .ministration will pay me $270,
condemn her alcoholic meeting this afternoon.The the complex/; Q-I am a World War. .It monthly while I am single anti

LN %; BRADFORD cOb husband no matter what he meeting will be calledto The Keystone HeightsLIon' Veteran. Can I get dental attend school under its,).

1 40 "" -SINCEIS79rr: says or does. She shoUld' order promptly at 9 a.m.: Club In their flight treatment at. Veterans dependents' education',;
... remember that he is a very with nominations from against blindness, will have Administration Hospital? assistance program. Will this!
e tttt. sick and unreasonable person.., 'the floor for more open candidatesto the Glaucoma testing unit The ,Veterans Administration hP increased !if I marry?

::, ;7T joL She should try to develop an be placed on the ballot for available on the grounds provides dental HJ
( attitude of patience, food treatment time
Trustee throughout the day Dr. D.W. on\ a one basis A-No. The law does not
( .-, FERGUSON'-- temper, and understanding; the position Whif.. of Starke will conduce for veterans up to one year provide 'for additional '
BOB G. JOHN. M. MILLER- This is not an easy thing to do,' Other activities slated for ,the examination.' I from their date of release allowances because of,
'\\; Publisher Ti and will require much, the day will be a fried chicken -'I.?' I from active duty. ( dependent of participants in
I Published each Thursday and entered.second Gee Matter at.the Pat t.Office M Stark*. Fla. under Act practice. It ,can be done.* "'dinner served to the members dental treatment is proved this. program;
b of 'March 3, 1879. however, and it often brings, I.on' the-grounds, bucket rides : o- Da :only for service-connected f* .**, f'* t\r\ ,

Sublcripdon.lntrlde"; : W per year'' *3EO! ixmeeftw. results when nothing else wilL.' for the young at hart. Outside trade area: *7 per year M.00 lix rna .t Understanding that he has a prizes to be given away during Some. "'.: :'Q-I entered 'militaryservice : For 'moreV,7 iJiformatiorui';' '
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disease will people believe
that,
Phone 964- 306 Start. Ra. help tremen- the ''afternoon and music beforecompletingugh contact the'elerun'* Serlvcc,.
dously. provided throughout, the day moonstone will rare epilepsy school.,:'I_, was honorabl office In the courthouse.or' : .


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I Golden Anniversary For Four Brothers And A Father's Dream i

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OThis year will mark 50 years Tine and Austin, carried and thousand dollars a week The sharing to for advancement. aspect of the operations; A, D. returned to active i('ommllll't'; and Tine is!
that the founders of winn- delivered groceries and elder Davis' Hialeah store rackedup Offer profit W M. Davis died in 1934: but headed retailing;. .1. E. management roles.In Regional Director. Executive I
Dixie Stores have served their brothers J. E and A. D. left $7,600 sales in its .first employees. and women he left four sons well trained supervised purchasing; 1955. the Davis stores headquarters ol I the Winn- ,'
customers in Florida and the college and Sigma fraternity week Promote the men to higher in grocery retailing to managethe Austin managed quality joined with the Dixie Home Dixie Stores Inc. is in the '!.
Southeastern states their. life to return home to help By the 1930's even'with the within Company family business. A. D. control; Tine ran the public Store in the Carolinas and all company'sMirehouse office 'I,:
when possible. .
home food needs. The Winn- their father. depression, the Davis stores jobs ever Davis became President andJ. and customer relations became Winn-Dixie Stores facility located lit the linn's :
Dixie saga-- began 'with By 1926, the Davis family, had increased to 34. Needing a Winn-Dixie encourages E., Tine and Austin Davis department.When Inc. Growth continued under distribution center in it
William Milton Davis, his was able to open another storein common identification of his employees to buy Winn-Dixie became Vice-presidents. World War 11 erupted the new name us it had in the Jacksonville, r'loridu.
wife, a daughter, four sons, a Hialeah, Florida. They group of stores, the elder' stock which has been tradedon Continuing their father's J. E. and Tine Davis joined past and recently. eleven In today'slnnDixio ,
big dream and a small began to innovate. William Davis had by this time the New York Stock Exchange progressive policies, the the Armed Services; A. D. and stores were acquired in the. Stores, headed by the lour
grocery store In Lemon City, Davis Introduced the Idaho adopted the name of "Table since 1952 Today Davis brothers brought the Austin remained behind to Bahamas. brothers, the original policies, t'
Florida. potato the south Florida Supply Stores" for all of his Winn-Dixie stores are ownedby Winn-Lovelt Grocery stores in keep the food on the tables of 'I'odaover UK( ) Winn-Dixie laid Umn liv: their lather .">((1>
"The senior Davis lost his life households. Some stores sold outlets. 37,154 stockholders of North Florida and Georgiainto thousands of civilian war stores are under the guidanceof years ago are still very much I
havings in the 1921 recession steak at 83 cents a pound, the With the growth of his whom over 11,000 are em-' their fold in 1U3'J.! All four workers in a three-year era of the DAvis brothers J, 1hi alive Having groan\ up in thiurocery -
while operating a small cash Davis stores offered it at 19 grocery business, Mr W, M. ployees. Under the brothers had a wide ration stamps, food shortagesand Chairman of the Board: A, D. ( business the brothers'
Jind carry general mer- cents a pound. Other grocery Davis Introduced two additional 'promotion from within" knowledge of and experiencein rigid price controls and is Chairman of the Executive have watched their lather's
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chandise store in rural Idaho. stores were lucky, even in operating policies still policy, each employee is the grocery business but national food priorities. Alter Committee: Austin is a dream grow( I bcunxl their'
lie borrowed money to make aIres prosperous 1926, to sell a in effect today: assured unlimited opportunity now each specialized in one the was.J. E, and Tine* Davis member of the Executive: wildi'hl expectations.:
start and. purchased a
small grocery store in Lemon
City in 1925. It was in his new
store that he developed the TYSON... USDA GR "A" QUICK FROZEN SAVE W :
lormula for success that has Ty
not changed in 50 years: W-D BRAND BROAD BREASTEDTURKEYS '.

Sell only quality foods as CHICKEN Quantity -

cheaply Depend: us on possible.volume sales for Rights : : L i
pl'Oll il.Sell. N' BASKET Reserved
only for cash. $WMN Corraanr TSB./NC Nun ,

The whole Davis family I.'S
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make their new
pitchedstore a success. Mrs. 79 8 LBS.

1 Davis baked pies to sell to $ '
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customers, younger brothers, & UP

32-oz. i1AII5'' LDl ,
Boy Scout Fund : 10 OR MORI

PIICIS JUST ,
Drive This WeekThe PKG. HIAT 'N SERVE LB. 1' I


St. Johns River District eFFF PEOP .
of the Boy Scouts, which Includes
Bradford County, W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP PRICES GOOD THUR. MARCH 27 THRU WED. APRIL 2
receives the majority of its Chuck Steak MILD CUR FD. WATER ADDED SHANK PORTION HICKORY THRIFTY MAIDBartlett
operating funds from its . . u.89e "'" Qftc
sustaining membership USDA INSP. WD BRAND PURE (WHEN YOU PURCHASE 3-lB.. '-lS.. OR MB.I( ., Smoked Ham. . . LB.79c Pears . . 2 CANS
enrollment (SME) conducted
PKO.) MILD CURED, WAJER ADDED, HALF OR WHOLE HICKORY DELICIOUS

and among other members friends of, Scouting.We parents., Ground Beef ., . LB.66C Smoked Ham . . LB.85c LeSueur Peas . . Ss38C
urge those called upon to

participate to BOY send SCOUTS your when contribution P.contacted O. Box 675 or to Beet Patties '. . 3 'LB.PKO... $)99) HICKORY;Sliced ET Bacon . . PKG.99c t : RAGU Spaghetti Sauce ,. . JAR r 99C

Starke, Florida, 32091. (c-o
Maj. Don Rardon) W-D W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE PURE VEGETABLE ASTORSHORTENING
Boy Scouts of America is BRAND USDA CHOICE STEAKSDELMONICOS ,
good for our community and
they urgently need your help
and financial assistance at CHUCK ROAST
this time.'
It takes a variety of community -
groups to make a town Limit 1 with $7.50 or more purchai excluding cigarette
worthwhile, and we are for
tunate in this area to have

educational many excellent, and recreationalorgalnzations. religious 99.. -

$ sj29
One of the educational
groups that involves so manyof 3
| our citizens and youth is the l
Boy Scouts of America. It
[provides an effective program 130J .
lor boys and young adults LB.
signed to build desirable LB. LB.
ualities of character': '
citizenship' and, I ,personal, ,, n'; ",..",iJ 'H!' 'ii '1'.1It 'JI1' I .. nl, (Ig'I U'> I N'O'tf"') nn driv mn9 jcd aril tin jrt-i ,
fitness. .._ Imrutt ,
V I 'y' n" 'e ot arrs't' '" "u I i I.
The Cub Scouts, Scouts, andhighschoolage

Explorers .
'
contribute much .to our
community. They have since W-O'BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP BONELESS CHUCK MILD CURED, WATER ADDED, BUTT PORTION HICKORY INSTANT FOLDER'S POLY BAG RUSSET OR RED BLISS
1910 been concerned about Pot Roast $] 19 Smoked Ham lB.89c Coffee 'I0-oi. $199 Baking Potatoes ':;a 69C
conservation, and for the last ,. L-. . JAR
several years have been W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP BONELESS MILD CURED, WATER ADDED QUARTER SLICED HICKORY KRAFT FRENCH JUICY D'ANJOU'

engaged(Save in Our Project American SOAR ShoulHer Roast. LB. $119] Smoked HamlB.. $109 Dressing . 'ftr:; 88C Pears . '. 8 *. 89C

Resources), They were involved W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP BONELESS MUSSELMA CRACKIN' GOOD HARVEST FRESH

others In energy were conservationwhile still talking Stew Meat . LB. $-29. Apple Sauce 50'0'5111.;;: 88C Saltines . 2 AS. $1 1 Asparagus . 49

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about it. W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE' BEEP DOUGLAS WHOLE DIXIE DARLING BROWN 'NSERVE TWIN OR TASTE O' SEA FISH

Scouts To meet began today's Operation.needs, the Short Ribs .. . LB.69c Chicken '. . %:N. 99C Flaky Rolls 2 Us(;;: 79C Cake ,Dinner. 3 As $1
Reach a drug abuse
W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP LOIN LUX LIQUID SWEET. JUICY STOUFFER'S SPICED OR YELLOW CUP CAKES OR FRENCH

based prevention on program objectives that later was Strip Steaks . lS. $159| Detergent . "22.0.BTl,. 70C Oranges . 5. lAG lB, 59C Crumb Cake, Ss 99C
adopted by the federal .
WD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP HANDI PAK KRAFT DINNER FROZEN REGULAR OR CRINKLE CUT
government's'coordinating Ground Round $139 1 Macaroni *SS" 28C French Fries 2 2.lS, $100 1
group. lS. . I'KGS,
Scouting has jumped into
bicentennial activities that
will continue through 1977,

and reach it has a representative set up objectives one-to STAR-KIST LIGHT CHUNK THRIFTY MAIDPEACHES HARVEST FRESH |

third of all boys with a quality,
modern program.FThe .

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time when eating potatoes
was considered a social error, 9 2.8. -
according to the Agricultural 6Yz-oz. 9
Marketing Service (tAMS) of

the U.S.(USDA Department). of Agriculture CAN. 2

In 1754 as quoted in the
Journal of Agriculture potatoes 1,
FOR
were "despised by the
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rich and deemed only proper r----
food for the meaner sorts of I I
SAVE
persons." It's come a long Family Bread 3Pineapple oAo. $1 loo 1OC3tB.
way from the 1700's. . I BAG I

AMS marketing specialistssay 'T'IID' GOLD MEDAL FLOUR I
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that.in the.early days of 'I 20.0..
potato development in . '. . CAN. 38eCranberry GOOD ONLY WITH Ra ,: .
Europe, potatoes came in THRIFTY"' 10 I ENpNHEO R AT WINNDIXIE 78 THIS I Slicks D . . '. --99-:
about. as many colors asJoseph's .. II> TABU APRIL 2
M. $100 COUPON
Sauce 4 IL .1 SWANSON PANCAKES SAUSAGE, FRIED CHICKEN, SALISBURY STEAK OR_
coat. There were . CANS. I
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also two-toned potatoes including Turkey Entrees . 2 As.
pre-
potatoes
dominently violet or yellow LIPTON NIBLETS

with Today splashes, skin color another, teem color*:to, C PoteTeans . . ,,. LB. 29eEEtfJQFEEB
have no relationship to-cookIng TEA BAGS W. K. CORN

,: Now quality potatoes of a are potato.bred, with QOQ w Q .

all the care given to developing Limit. I with $7.S0 .r m.r. ..rch.*. ..eluding cig_ .rtt.s __ - - --_ - - - -
the finest race horses.
Pure breeding has resulted in
smoother-skinned potatoes of EXTRA : ':
better flavor, texture and pro '
ductivity. And USDA report' $ 4 GREEN STAMPS i
that potatoes are plentifulwith :
It's good WITM MfWSPAPI COUPON AMD
prices lower. a
time to re-stock the potato,. $108 I "
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April
that breast _. ... : ; 1 8
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Are AllConferenceTwo SPORTSTornadoes



1974 Bradford High play BUS, however, beat led the conference in
weMW capers earned Big Sun A1I- Vanguard in the district play- rebounds, averaging 43 per'
,..r. wiasealMllt il0 Conference honors and a game.
r.v. third, who coach Mike Sexton olfs.Bradford High owns the best The Tornadoes had the
says should have been named overall basketball record in second highest scoring average -
all-conference, was named the Big Sun Conference with a with 61.7 points from the
honorable mention. 22-4 season mark. 1974 Tornado field. Vanguard led with 66 Tie For 4th
Center Donnie Sewell and cagers established a Big points.! BITS was second in
guard-playmaker Elva Sun record when its defense Held goal percentage with 45
Hampton were voted all-con- Have( up only 49.5! points per percent; Leesburg led with 48 In State
L $ i. ference by Big Sun coaches game, The Big Red five also percent Weight Lifting
Teammate Sheldon Hodgewas

+ named honorable men- STAHKE Bradford High John' Kilby's 3)5!) pounds

Leading BHS golfer is Ed Watts shown-here on a 20-foot ruts on No.5 green. Watts' 36 led tion.Sewell, at 6-4 and 200 weight lifters placed fifth in placed fourth in the stale, in
BHSover Vanguard and his first sub par round of the season led BHS over Ocala Forest. pounds, was strong under the the Big Sun Conference but the 123-pound: class. AnthuDullart's
improved to a lie for fourth'place'in l 405 pounds in the
boards for the Tornadoes. He the slate championship -, ll2:! -pound class also pfacccl
led the conference in rebounds meet at Ocala Vanguard'1' fourth ul the !state meet\
with 13.5 per game and l Saturday, March 22.
BHS Golfers Post averaged 14 points. Danny Anderson's -KM;;
Hampton, the Tornado play7 Junior Mike Crews established pounds in the lUII-poiiml! classfor !
maker and point guard, averaged state record with his
a a sixth place l finish.i I>lInni('
10 points per game. lie 510 pound lift. Crews is unde-t Ned lilted ;310) pounds in I thestate .
was outstanding on defensefor I Pealed for the season llis 245 meet' to I tie his opponent,
the 1974 Tornado cagers, pounds in the clean and jerk but (the. lighter man got the.
9th Straight WinSTARKE Conch The three Mike Sexton Tornado says. r' ulbo set a new Bradford High:;, points.David I Harper lit led 4ti: (
cagers 1ft record at five pounds more pounds in the Mil-pound class
all seniors, have been
starling old record of 24d
than the but did not(, place in the :Mate,
BHS[ cagers for the past three pounds held by Brad Carter.
Three Tornado Lee Casey and Wade Winkler Ed Walts' one-under-par 35 years and have been on BHS ,
golfers broke into the 30's posted 42 s. Leroy Hester shot'a paced Tornadoes golfers, in basketball teams which have .... The Tornadoes and Luke The Tornado lifters evened
Tuesday afternoon to lead one-overpar 37 to lead Van- their one stroke 156-157, vic- won nine trophies for the Brantley placed fourth behind (their record at 2.2 in regular
Bradford High to a seven guard. tory over Ocala Forest on the school. anarJ stale champion t'astside'uf>l season mulches before losing
stroke 156-163 win over Ocala It was the ninth straight win local course on Thursday, Hampton signed u basket- Gainesville, Buchholz and to eventual/ stale champion
Vanguard on the Starke Golf for the Tornado golfers, March 20. It was the Tornado ball scholarship with St.Johns Jackson Prevatt makes it back safely to first against Ocala Ocala Vanguard in the 'lass Huchhol/ the final match of
and Country Club course. putting their season mark at golfers' eighth straight win River Community College this Forest here last Friday night. :3A state competition. the season.
Ed Watts shot a par-36, 10-3 after Tuesday's action. and gave them a 9-3 mark to week where he will join for- Buchholz won the Big Sun
purring all nine holes with a The 156 Tuesday matched thai date. mer BHS teammates Curtis conference title in weight lilt BUS .
steady performance, to lead the team's low score of the Mall Herres posted a 38, Lee White and Abie Williams. ing. ; was !second. scored: 21 points in Hiecoiiloreiicc
the Tornadoes BITS shot David Both Sewell and have Vanguardhullti third Forestfourth. t and 18 at the stale!
past Vanguard. season. a 156 last Casey shot a 40, and Hodge BHS Blanks .
!Mall Herres and David Thursday to beat Ocala Gaines posted a 50 over the signed football scholarships. ., and BUS fifth meet.NOW \
Gaines both posted 39's and Forest nine holes for Bradford High. Sewell with Georgie Tech and
Sophomore Lee Casey's Hodge with Florida A&M. f-
J recent performances were Other all-conference
praised by Coach Adkinson. choices of Big Sun coaches,
"He's playing great golf. His who voted last Wednesdaynight Palatka 2-0 ,AT
BILLY GRAHAM score has won ihree or four in Ocala, are:
matches for us," the BItS Ocala Vanguard Tom '
says about the coach said. Harris and Leroy Hester.
Casey should have had a 38 Ucala Forest Reggis Gree TERWILLEGARMOTORS
new motion picture against Vanguard but three and Shelly Williams.
putted two greens. Casey is Leesburg Wayne For Win
tR"lime coming on like a herd of Hamilton. Big
turtles; Adkinson states. Buchholz Glen Jackson, !
"When we get three men Dexter Daniels, and Dale
I feel that thousands of people will see a partof down in the 30's we'll be tough
Layer. BHS lost heart breaking 2-
STAKKE Junior Hull a
Matt
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themselves in the film. Hopefully, families to beat, Adkinson
says.
Bradford High and Ocala
Sun Conference decision
blanked Palatka South 2-0 1 Big :
seeing it will be brought closer together in real Through March 20, Watts both with 206 W. Madison '
Vanguard 10-2 Big here Tuesday behind a tight lo ocala Forest: in Sturke liisl: Starke, 964-7200$1ro'
understanding and communication. was nine averaging holes, not 39 quite strokes down over to Sun records, are 1974 con- Tornado defense, the first Friday. March 21, which
I to take ference co-champions. time Bradford High base- knocked them from a tie for
urge you your the 38.6 he posted as a junior
Buchholz is third with
8-4
an bailers have beaten the first place with Foresl. Both
children vr or your lasl year. The March 20 per-
= record. Braves in seven teams went into( the game 4-0
i his first years.A
parents to see formance was sub-par
BHS and traded
Vanguard
round of the season. Watts 2-1 loss to Ocala Forest in in' the conference. Jim
TIME TO RUN
birdied one hole. wins during regular seasonCPCLC extra innings last week Williams punched across the
when it comesto Second man Matt Herres is knocked the BUS nine from a winning run in the top of the
your community. averaging an even 40 strokes. C3W share of the Big Sun Confer- eighth lor Forest alter Nichols
You may find it more U was the second Tornadowin IyIPE fX 0U t '< ence lead but Tuesday's performance Heed walktd and stole second
of a mirror than a over Forest; the earlier _f, restored confidence, Forest opened scoring in the
;,. motion;! pictured! decision in Ocala was by six ?l and kept BUS in second place lop of the fourth when two
.. Aifrt-V. ..-,. -," ,,**> strokes. ttfornauo conference standings with a base hits 'and a .stolen base
.., guucrS: Wfli'' UTflvelMo'Macclenny 5J mark" ..... : scored a run. IllS lied it 1-1 in t
today.,
day, March 27))' for a 3 p,m. by Ned Crawford ran the bases well, played Prevatt's, double
4 4C match with the Wildcats. errorless defense, and got which scored Jackson Pre\al(
Tomorrow (Friday,March 28) Bradford bassin asters good pitching Coach Harry who had Walked.
BHS travels to Leesburg for a voted to make one change in Hatcher pointed out. Hull, BITS failed to come buck in
> Graham 3 p.m. match. the March 29 tournament. evening his record at 1-1,went the eighth-inning and lost the.
world wide Billy All boats will launch at all the way and allowed eight biggest game of the \ear.
pictures presents Men's Softball Orange Springs Landing instead hits fanned seven and did not t'OI'esis\ termed) the best
of the camp site. walk a man. (Hull is the third team the Tornadoes had DIRECT 'FACTORYREBATE
Bass fishing has been slow pitcher in the Tornado rotation played to. date, coming to
Action SlatedThe for the past few days. This and got the starting Starke with a 12-2 record.
Men's unsettled weather has been a assignment Tuesday because Tommy Wise went all the ON
1975 Recreation
big factor. BHS has played four games In way for the Tornadoes, pitching -
Softball (is all
League set to
caitmancolor get
Leonard Register, John five days. eight innings allowing
underway Monday, April 7, Pierce and myself fished Jeff Jockcl laid down a per only five hits, and walkingtwo.
with six teams ready to see if Rodman Wise Is lar with FORD COURIERJust
Saturday morning. fect suicide squeeze bunt lo 2.2 so a
they can end the season with
Fishing was slow. We put four allow Jimmy Prevatt to score sparkling 1.3 earned run
the championship trophy, bass in the boat. Wind got up in the second inning to make it average "lie did a line job.
according to the Starke ''early on Rodman and blew 1-0. BHS. Prevatt walked,, You can't ask any more Irom Courier
Recreation pick the you want to buy or lease
Coming! Dept. hard all day. We talked to We just didn't give
Starling things off Monday stole second, and went to thirdon a pitcher. ": from HOMETOWN FORD. Get our best deal. Then
several fisherman Couch
that had him
runs
sacrifice
says
a by Johnny any
night will be the two church fished most of the week in Nichols. Hatcher. get a cash rebate directly from Ford Motor Com-
Florida TheatreApr entries First Baptist and Rodman, news was not so Jackson Prevatt beat out a pany. This rebate covers all new Couriers sold and
First Methodist meeting in the goot!. sharp tap to the pitcher's right Blanding Area delivered or ordered between now and March 31.
first game at 7:30: p.m. Several boats were out of Don't wait see us today! ,
10-13 Advance Discount will take side which was too tough to '
Cunningham on 'To Be Closed
Smith Brown Georgia spending the.week at handle in the fourth inning. He 'Dall ary mull.ba mada within live/ days after unit received
Independents at
Tickets On Sale Call 964-6334 8:45: Rodman. was sacrificed to second by LAKE CITY The Camp
p.m.Then Remember this is one of old Jimmy Prevatt.With the steal Blanding Fish ManagementArea
on Thursday, April 10,
Advance *128 At Door *1r a Pine-Air's Green Machine will big mouth's traits. He will get to third on by BUS the will be closed on certain
test Dodd's Sunoco you disgusted with fishing, Palatka catcher overthrew ''dates this summer as a result FinalWeek
at 7:30 and
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First meets Smith- then he will go on a binge third base and Jackson Prevail of military exercises being
Brown Baptist Bob Taylor, John Pierce was home free with the conducted on the Camp
at 8:45
A : p.m. and myself fished the St. second Tornado run. Blanding National Guard ,
Johns River Monday mor- It was South's first loss in facility.
ning. It was another windy' Class 3A competition. PS The lakes,affected by I the
Peter Cottontail Invites day, we put three bass in the brought a 9.2 record into the closing are Blue Pond. Perch
You To See The boat. Bob lost a nice bass, game, the two losses comingat Pond, Lowery and Magnolia
Our, club voted in two new the hand of Class 4A Lakes.

parade of members: H. F.. Wiggins & Deland, runner-up in state 4A The closed dates are: '
Easter Animals Stanley Kohler. We are proudto play last year. March 30 thru April 13; April FORD
have these two fine bass "It should give us,a lot of '28 thru !May i2; May 19 TRUCKS ]
fishermen join us. The club confidence," says Coach Hat through'June 2;; June 15 thru
At The Starke Pet Center would like to wish them lots of cher of the win Tuesday. BHS ,June 29; July 2 thru July 21 r j
luck. H. F. says he will give had much respect for the and July 28 thru August 11.
.ta_ c. 9Qc old big mouth a "citation'. if Palatka South baseball program -' '

Live; Easter Ea. he I don't hear Pat cooperate.Welch and Lamar Hatcher, the praised coach Indica his boys led.for Eii -giu iui ui PjlNOTICE .

Ducklings 4 *1 Williams bass last caught Friday a nice night.stringof keeping their poise several .
FOR times when Palatka had men
I Pat Welch and W. T. Smith on base in scoring position.
caught a nice string of bass, Now 6-8 overall, BHS plays i : ;
$198 Ea. including a IO'/ pound black next Tuesday, April 1, at .
bass landed by Welch, this Ocala Vanguard. _
past weekend. BHS baseballers rolled 18-4
II J fL Also hear that Julian over host North Marion in a Homestead Restaurant !

McRae, Bill Tilley, and Dr. Big Sun Conference game I
I Denmark have been having Monday.,Jeff Jockel, idle for tN
some luck on Santa Fe. Santa two weeks with an injury, Keystone Heights! g
action and hurleda' "
Fe seems to be making a come returned to I ,
back. Bass and Specs seem to two-hitter. Jockel was
I be increasing in numbers. backed by a 13 hit barrage. Will ,Now Be Op Monday I I
i tASTER' Make plans to be at Rodman. Matt Hull led the Tornadoes
Sat. 29 .bass haven't eaten-for al the plate with a 3for5per- i

I I 'BUNNIES several hungry?I days, they should be Tommy formance Wise and had'8 was 2-for-4 RBI's., = Through ,Saturday, 1.11 1 AM10 1 PM. ,= ff.S'


J I c LIB; :398 & Up Parakeets Neil Good Crawford fishing, Tommy Prevatt Prevatt Reddish 2-for-3 2-for-2 l-for-3.. Johnny Jimmy, Jackson Sunday 1 AM-8PM'1 ; '. "t''


,rz.-'" (\ t $c98Up Nichols 2-for-2 and David I ,
:---...:, 7 +j ----------, Kilby went 2-for-3 and drove in Fresh Seafood f Char-Broil 1 SteaksDaily '
7 : ,three runs.: = : .' ;,> n
Fools Fish Sale An Ohio man writes:: 'j i 'Orange Park's sparkling ,
d.April Due To Start
,. Monday, have finally thought of Dave Ber-
: pitching, prospect Luncheon Buffet11AM2PAA f ': I,
5 5Lin
Owner something good to say about nard tossed a' om-hitler at 1 ,

Harry & Kathleen Collier inflation. This came over me .* Bradford High and the' ,
like a cold bucket of -1
gravy Raiders won a 7-0 decision
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while I \
was thinking '
about
In OP. "Bernard \ '
STARKE the life-insurance program fanned Saturday 16 Tornadoes, completely ,' : )v c ," L't.
; CENTER that I considered to be muzzling the Bradford 473.3093 For'Reservations (Except Sun Noon) IB ,!.

1" adequate ten years ago.It bats. Tommy Reddish had the ;fi' '" !f, ', -
used to be that I : ::71 Bil Glover ,
was worth>f lone BHS hit, a single.\ ; \ I==
more dead than alive, but In' we've I 5 *:
212 E. Call St. ; "He'the best pitcher iAi" ,. '
Host
Your ,
964-7929_ these inflated times I am'if", laced all year,' says Coach ..r.. ,::rf ,.. .

OKI Jams"in"Cincinnati JackSon/quota Enqu....W., '. Hatcher who terms Bernard ,.
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i 101 Strawberry Enter Tornado Runners Win Over, SA9 Baker"JClay; : ,



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I Invitational STARKE Bradford runners "Over all. I was pleased," schedule. The next two meets Results of Friday's meetare Pole Vault: 1 > Welch: C Pintes. C., 4) Rowe BC 5)) Lennon, ..!I Hodges 21: SA. :/h'>
posted 84 and one-third
Coach Howard said of the performance are big ones points out Coach : 8'6".2)) Green C.31) Cooper Covlnglon BUS Baker

', STAMKE 101 entries points to St. Augustine's 80 to .Friday. "We've Howard Long Jump: I 1) Baker BUS, BUS 4' Aspinwall, BUS, 51) 330 Yard Inter: Hurdles: 1)) 220 Yard/ Dash: t li I Williams,
, set for the ninth annual Strawberry are come meet out on top of a lour-way improved In the past two On April 10 the Tornadoes' 1910; 2)) Spalcher, BC 31) Dailey. BUS. Tart. SA 41.2,21) Bell. BUS ih) BC. 2J.O. 2)) B Uills.; .SA. ::11)
I Invitational Golf BUS oval.Friday, March 21, on the weeks. We've started drop. will enter the Lee Relays in Purdy SA 4)) Paig. BC, 5)) Shot Put: 1)) Givens, BC Woodruff C? 41) Lee. BC. 51 Holies BC. 41) Gilbert, C.; Si l
Tournament next week ping out times us we should." Jacksonville where the com- Lennon BHS 48'.T. 2)) Berry BUS 3)) =Simmons. C. Washington BC.
I April
, 5-6 at the Starke Golf and The Tornadoes have a two petition will be tough On April High Jump: t 11) Baker, BUS Burnsed BC, 41) Griner Ci', 5)) BHO Yard Run: 1)) Williams Two Mlle Kim! William!,
Country Club, Pro Herb Baker County finished third (week break now in which to 12 the Tornadoes will host 5'9", 2)) Lennon BHS, 5'8'/' Hiers,.SA, C 2:07,5.: 21 Mills. SA. :3)Pittmun. ) ('" 11 :17.0. 2)) Nelson.: Sit :11:
jHerres reports. with 64 and two-thirds points (train hard before getting into area schools in the annual 3)) Blake. BIIS, 5'7V, 4)) Discus: 1)) GrIner C., BC,4)) Dean BIIS, 5)) Solve BUS,. 4)) Green SA. 3 I
Local golfer Bill Adams, and Clay High trailed with 42. the real meat of their 1975 Bradford High invitational Woodruff, C. 5)) Hurd, ,SA. 128'6", 2)) Kelbert, SA :3)) I\larbut, SA. ((ullh1l1. BC
Milton Baker won both the Smith BUS. 4)) Burnsed BC Sprint Medley Relay: I 1))
who won last year's invita- MilelUla\: I I.) SA :3::MS. :21 I
tional with a lour-under-par long jump and high jump for '51) Carter BUS .1 BUS) 2:06;: ( Bell, .Gainev,. BUS 3) Baker;
140. will defend his title (the Tornadoes.. Baker broad 2-Run Homer Pushes 120 Yard !1111: I 1)) Bell BIIS: -

I against:J entries in the championship jumped 19'10" and high 16.4. 2)) Lee BC 31) Bolles BC, omen's'Softbull
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Might A score of 140 jumped 5'9". Larry Patersonwon 4)) Tart SA 5)) Moore BC. DU CAN'SLawnMawRr
has won (the tournament the the mile run in 4:42.1: his lOll Yard Dash: 1)) B. Wells, To Be Organized
past two years. 1973 champion best time of the year. Santa Fe Over Tigers SA; 10.2, 2)) Williams BC 3)) A. ,

\\asbteve bcralord of Gainesville : Wells. SA 4)) Purdv. SA, 51 'The Women's Softball >
1972 champ was Gene Couch Grover Howard also '-" 3T: Hodge. BHS; Puig.. BC, League will hold an
Laws of Jacksonville.The pointed out the second place LAKE BUTLER. A two run'' Hemme followed with another ,field .out and scored on Washington BC organizational meeting Repair

:.Hi-hole event will be and performances Sheldon of Wayne Berry homer by Gary Curry,in the single which scored Cam and .another infield out by Jerry Mile Hun: 1)) Paterson, Tuesday April 1, 7:30 p.m., at (Formerly With .
preceded: by the Am-Am I basketball first inning lifted Santa! {Fe 3-1 Fred demons.singled to load White. BIIS 4:41.2. 2)) Nelson SA; 31) the Recreation Department'sOffice ,
tournament next Wednesday. arrived Irom the over Union High baseballers the bases with Tiger runners. ,Three rnoreTiger; runs Solze BUS 4)) Gasse.< BC 5)) at which time all entry Western Auto)
April 2. squad as being significant, in Lake Buller Tuesday. Jerry White .singled. drivingin came In. the fourth when Presha C.. 8110 Yard fees must be turned in.'' Lawtey, Fla..
'I'ho. Am-Am tourney 'will Berry tossed the shot 45'7", It was the first Suwannee two runs. Jimmy Mobley walked and Relay: 1)) SA 1:330.: 2)) Baker .Managers of the teams are hone7823164,2TP
hate! two-man team scratch, his best to date. Hodge, who Conference of the season for'' The Tigers remained unde stole second Jerry' Dukes 3)) BUS. urged to be 'at this meeting

two-man team handicap 4- lias gone to the state two yearsin Lake Buller.giving the Tigers\ feated" Suwannee. Conference walked, and-Jerry White sin 440 Yard Dash 1)) H. Wells states the Starke Recreation
man team scratch, and 4-man the 440 yard dash, turned Ina a 4-1 mark in conference play play with a 4.0 mark gled to drive, Mobley home. SA. 51.2, 2)) Hodge. BUS. 31) Department.
team handicap. Certified 51.8 performance, his best to and evening their season after whipping P.K.Yonge 5-1 Danny Hazen' then singled ------
handicaps are required. A date. lodge ran a 51.1 anchor mark at 66. DurJng the past last Friday, March 21, in Lake home Dukes and While. .
player; may enter one on each leg on the winning spring week Lake Butler-beat P.K. Butler Billy Cain hurled a PKY scored its fone earnedrun
I team; medley relay team Yonge 5-1 and Chiefland, and four hitter walked only one in the fourth on two
lost to Macclenny. 6-4., and to and struck out three.' lie.was singles and an Infield out.
Santa Fe. backed by Lake Butler's best Cain. evened his pitching

Tigers Win Tri-Meet Tim Whitehead" doubled in defensive game of the season, record at 2-2 March 18 by

the first and scored on a according to Coach Stroemer. going all the way as Lake '.
Cain improved his pitching Butler rolled 10-5 over error.
l fielder's choice, and a bad ,
throw to third base for Lake record to 3-2 with his second prone Chiefland The Indians .
But Lose To Butler's only run Whiteheadled victory of the week. walked l live Tiger; batters ancj
JasperLAKE the Tigers the plate with Leading all the way the committed three errors on q(
two doubles. Tigers scored in the first Inning cold and dreary day.
Curry's home run for Santa when a DeWitt Griffis The Tigers had seven hits)
: BU'ILKR Union is the best this season as he Fe tame after Ken Johnson single scored Jerry Whiteheadwho both Danny Hazen and Billy
High runners dominated, and Sirmones begin to round had been admitted on an reached base on an error, Cain going 2-for-4 at the
Santa IV and I I'K. \ nnge last into shape for track, Coach error Santa Fe's third run and stole second. The lead Hazen is leading the Tigers
)o'I'ida"ut I met tough competition Bass says came in the sixth when Chuck went to 2-0 in the second in balling with a .324 average
( in .JasperI'uesday: alter- The Tiger 880,>'ard relay Clemens tripled and scored on frame. Jerry Dukes led with a and a 12-for-37 record at the

IxxI1 iiiul lost (>445."Eviithing leant also had a good time ,a sacrifice fly by Matt Swartz. double, went to third on an in- plate.
.: \\'t'ntrong in I 1'34:: .3. The team is Sirmones, Billy Cain took the loss for '
Jasper:,'"'Coach Terrell Bass Smith.Perry, and Brooks., Lake Butler going all the
I>otllll'8.o'ur) instance. Curtis The Tigers are idle lor over way, allowing 7 hits strikingout Girl Netters Post 3 .1' I Ir

C'lrmoin-s ran out ol his shoe a week, until they meet Hawthorne 7, and walking 2. Winning 1 ,
while leading the KM-\ard) and Keystone Heights pitcher was Tom Bartholomew Wins For Tornadoes
dash hut Luke Smith's 9.9 100aicl () in Lake Butler on April 8. who held the Tigersto

\' dash T'uesday in Jasper- Their record is now 42.Lake six hits fanned' eight, and Bradford High's girls B- against North' Marlon in a

walked only one. squad tennis team won two match Tuesday at the Starke
I Butler places in theJasper Lake Butler meets Eastside matches over North Marion Golf and Country Club.,.
tomorrow (.Friday March 28))
accord-
( I meet Tuesday, this week 6-1 and 5-2, and the' Danette Rodrigue won 81.
DRIVE IN Bass at 3 in Gainesville. A re-,
Coach
ing to were. :;. p.m. varsity downed St Augustine Pam Tucker 8-3. Donna
120->'ard 1111 : 21Thomas ) turn match with the Rams is
White 176. set next Tuesday April 1, at 61The Samons 8-3. Merrl Ormsbee 8-
15.1 I
wins 0, and Ann Allen
Lake Butler., upped the girls'season 8-1. Christy
loo-Yard 2:30: pm. in
301 S. Stark. ( ) March 22 at mark to 12-4 and their Redding and Pam Tucker lost
Smith Saturday ,
Dash: I II) 99I
the Tigers had Big Sun Conference record to 7-9 in doubles and Susan Sapp
FRI & SAT I Mile Hun: what Macclenny Coach Stroemer termed 6.3. The girls travel to Lees- and Darla Christopher lost'4-8.
Black-
:,11, Sloutamire 5:11I: ; 21)
their worst defensive game of burg today (Thursday March In a match at North Marion
welder 5:11.88uYard:I 27)) lor a match then are idle last Wednesday March'' 19
1 the and lost 6-4 to the
tie.B\ year
Relay, a !
BOV.HAVK : Smith. Baker High Wildcats while until they go to Green Cove Debbie Mitchell won 8-0, Lynn
W!GOT A team hirmonos. to meet Pierce Pam Tucker
committing eight errors. It Springs Clay High on 8-2 8-4-
VACATIONFOR 'ferry I Brooks, 1:14.3.I :: .. len the Tigers with a 6-5 sea April 8 after the Spring break. Donna Samons 8-6, Merrl
YOU... I 4411-Yard son mark. District playoffs are set April Ormsbee 8.1 as BHS swept the 1
llash2: > Highland 33.5. 18 in Gainesville. singles. Danette Rodrigue and
DeWitt Griffis went all the '
Hurdles
:|toward: Inter. way on the mound for the Playing next to a carnival in Ruth Hazeji won 8.2 in doubles
: 21( Blounl' 44.9t:.1II Tigers scattering seven hits St. Augustine the varsity girls and And Allen and Donna
t, White, Riley 430. stuck to their and Samons lost 58.SafetyTsa ,
and fanning five. Griffis game games won i ,' ill- S n.I. .
K80-Yard Run II)
: : ,! home run to Baker's Rau- four or five singles matches (
ups r
SI&U&Ml11! 2:11.a : I and both doubles matches I. 1a I IS' .
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I'l'rrW4k t Dash- 2I .ri and'Baker's Piatt went 3for3at Jennifer Jockel won 8-2, Ruth ,.mi nm ilasa(, f "* A. ....,EI
I Albritton 24.0. the plate. Hazen 8-5, Lynn Pierce 8-3\\ -
Long Jump Pam Tucker 8-3. Debbie
PANAYw.ON'. < 2)) Riley 182": Lake Butler scored all fourof
pG
I MltigCOLCl MOM 0 r .. Mitchell lost 58. Jockel and I
Shot Put2) their runs in the sixth inningon Hazert won 8-4 and Mitchell ARRIVE AUJVE
Sirmones 42:!'9". five hits Hazen led with a and Pierce 8-3 in doubles.
PLUSiI1j High I Jump : 11 I '- double and went to third when "It was very windy and ? .SUNSHINE 5I
''Thumm.( 310"( : Bill Cain reached base on an 'noisy but the girls played well
error. Both runners advancedon GOVERNOR'S
and we got revenge from last
Tri-Meet Results Griffis' infield out. leaving year," says Coach Melba HIGHWAY SAFETY
Union: High won over Santa LB runners on second and Howard of the SA match. I I
)Ke and PKY at Santa Fe High third Then Jimmy'Mobley's The B-team girls swept the COMMISSION
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last )o'ridalIurch 21. LB had infield hit scored Hazen Bill P'lurid. rtmnt of Administration t
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14 events. Results were: .
100-Yard, Dash: 1)) Smith '
pcC 10.2 2)) Sirmones 10.2 31> Perry Nt.N,1.
.....-. ..UnitedArticls. 107. 'H FREE ; ,
120-Yard IIII:' 2)) Thomas
MOM T.N. A T It.
163 J) White 180. .
880-Relay: U) LB ,

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Run: 1)) Stoulamire
1 2:098 4) Cummings 2:20.:
ZPBp9NB | Sprint Medley Relay: 1)) LB T' k' t

2:11: (Sirmones.( Smith, .
Thomas Brooks) -

220 Dash! 1)) Blount 24.4 2)'
NllEIILU8' Albritton 24.6 4)) King 25.0.
Mile Relay: 1))' LB 3:40: .

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USDA RescindsNew HAMPTON AREA NEWS By Josephine Fontaine.Mr. Ceramics Classes
-- LEGALS -- 5 .

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Food Stamp .' Meeting, Open
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT the following throe 13)) proposed RECREATION: NEWS 18. Game winners were and Mrs. Wilfrid,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Ordinance as follows: THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR Purchase Charges There will be an Easter Egg Lawrence1' Cosgrove Fontaine spent last Saturdayin Classes
CUIT OF Ceramic still
FLORIDA IN AND are
FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD 1. AN ORDINANCE AMEND- Hunt at the new ball park in Josephine Fontaine Virginia Jacksonville and attendedthe
each
COUNTY. ING ARTICLE III OF THE FOR BRADFORD COUNTY Hampton on Saturday March Cosgrove, Jeanette Krieger, Flea Market there. meeting week at the Old
CHARTER OF THE CITY OF FLORIDA WASHINGTON March 4 29, at'2 p.m. There will bee and Bill Fontaine. Armory with sessions each
FLORIDA AS PER- The U.S. Department of Monday and Thursday nights,
HAMPTON Agri- three The first
wishes
ACTION If to
CIVIL age groups. NOTE
LAW ENFORCE- CIVIL ACTION NO. 75-81 culture (USDA) will amend : anyone '7-10 p.m, and each Wed
Caaa No.75-60 TAINS TO will be up to three years old FRIENDS & NEIGHBORSMr. donate anything for the Fair
MENT, RELATING TO THE food stamp regulations 'to the second four to seven, andthe and Mrs. D. E. for sale if haven't time to nesday norning, 9-12 noon.
FROM AN ELECTED VALIDATION OF 250,000 CITY rescind the ,, you Classes are open and persons
CHANGE previously an- with
In re: The Matter of the Adoption third will be 8 to 12. McGunnigle are visiting bake you contribute a
may interested
MARSHAL TO A CHIEF OF OF LAWTEY, FLORIDA nounced amendments which may registerat
of JEROME BASS Parents will be allowed to helpin Mr. McGunnigle's sister cake mix to Mrs. Fontaine.
POLICE APPOINTED BY THE WATER REVENUE BONDS would have been Increasedfood the first No Evelyn Vaughanaandmother I the class according to the
age group. Call 468-1156, or Mrs.
NOTICE OF SUIT CITY COUNCIL, PROVIDINGFOR stamp purchase require- parents in the next two Lucy McGunnigle.The Vaughan 4681152. Starke Recreation Dept.
NO PROPERTYTo SUBMISSION OF THE CITY OF LAWTEY a public ments to a flat 30 percent of groups. There will be prizesfor McGunnigles are from
CHANGE TO THE ELECTORATE body corporate end politic of net monthly income on March the most eggs and also the Edmonds, Wash.
AND FURTHER PROVIDING Bradford County Florida
each
: ROZINA WILSON 1.These special egg in group. NOTICEThe
Address. Unknown FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Plaintiff amendmends were There will also be a bake sale _
2. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING VS. published in the Federal e See
at the Egg Hunt, sponsored by
NOTIFIEDthat THE CHARTER OF THE THE STATE OF FLORIDA and Register on Jan. 22. the Senior Citizens Club. COMMUNITY Clay County Construction Trades Licensing
YOU ARE HEREBY
has CITY OF HAMPTON FLORIDAAS the Taxpayers Property Owners The action came after Pre- EASTER Board is accepting applications for certification. from
an action for Adoption ROZINA PERTAINS TO THE CITY and Citizens of Bradford sident Ford announced on The Hampton Senior SUNRISE craftsmen engaged as:
filed
been against
WILSON and you are you required toserve CLERK CITY TREASURER County Florida, Including nonresidents Feb. 13 that he would allow Citizen's Club held their SERVICE 1. General Contractors (unlimited construction)
CITY TAX ASSESSOR AND owning property or H.R. 1589 to become law with-
of written defenses regular meeting last Friday Contractors
2. ( not
a copy your Building building exceeding 3
CITY TAX COLLECTOR PROVIDING subject to taxation therein out his signature, and it and 7:00: A.M.
evening plans were
it the
if any to on plain stories in height.)
whose and FOR AN APPOINTIVECITY Defendants. became effective (P.L. 94.4)) discussed for the fair booth.
tiff's name
attorney GEORGE H. PIERCE CLERK TO PERFORM ALL on Feb. 20. This law continuesthe Some members were absent 900 West Madison Street 3. Residential Building Contractors (building not
address Esq P. O.is Drawer 1030 Starke OF THE DUTIES OF THE CITY ORDER TO SHOW CAUSETO current method of deter' due to various reasons. There Ball Field Behind Madison exceeding 2 stories in height)

Florida 32091 and file the CLERK CITY TREASURER mining food stamp purchase was one visitor present D. E. Street Baptist ChurchA 4. Repair and Remodeling (repair and remodeling of
original with the clerk of the CITY TAX ASSESSOR. AND : THE STATE OF FLORIDA requirements through 1975. McGunnigle of Edmonds existing buildings or structures)

above styled court on or before CITY TAX FOR COLLECTOR SUBMISSION PROVIDING OF- ATTORNEY, THROUGH FOR THE THE EIGHTH STATE ''L.Secretary Butz rescinded of Agriculture the earlier-Earl .Wash., who is Mrs. Vaughan'sbrother Drive-In Service 5. Pool Contractors (all types of pools)
There will be
March 31 1975 otherwise a not a
; be entered THE CHANGE TO THE ELECTORATE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF announced increases Imme- meeting on April 4 as the fair Come as you are. There will 6. Roofing Contractors (all types of roofing)
judgment may FLORIDA AND TO THE SEVERAL after the President's be seats for those who wish
PROVIDING diately
FURTHER
'' AND
,
against you for the relief de- will be on and some of us will 7. Heating.Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (liAR)
PROPERTY out of their
OWNERS announcement. get car.
FOR AN EFFECTIVE to
be busy running the booth.
manded in the complaint or peti
TAXPAYERS, CITIZENS OF The announcement Class "A" (unlimited HAR service)
DATE. means The.next meeting will be April Paid for by Oran Siptlit Church a.
tion.WITNESS my hand and the 3. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING BRADFORD COUNTY that current purchase pricesfor b. Class "B" (service up to 25 tons cooling and
OF THE FLORIDA, INCLUDING NON- food stamp (effective Jan. ... .
THE CHARTER -
of said Court February ------------------- -- BTU's heating)
seal on 500,000
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CITY OF HAMPTON FLORIDAAS RESIDENTS OWNING 1, 1975)) will remain the same.
24 1975. PERTAINS TO THE PROPERTY OR SUBJECT TO Coupon allotments will not DeWitt c. Class "C" (service up to 7Vi, tons cooling and
GILBERT BROWNAs LENGTH OF TIME DURING TAXATION THEREIN. AND change until the semi-annual C. Jones 250.000 BTU's heating)

Clerk of said Court WHICH THE MAYOR OF'THE ALL OTHERS HAVING OR adjustment required by lawton j d. Class "D" (service on"fired and/or pressured
By: Beulah M. Moody CITY OF HAMPTON SHALL CLAIMING ANY RIGHT. TITLE July 1, 1975.Dollars. Funeral Home vessels)
HOLD OFFICE. PROVIDINGFOR OR INTEREST IN PROPERTYTO
As Deputy Clerk. THE MAYOR TO HOLD BE AFFECTED BY THE e. Class "E" (service on low temperature equip.
3/6 4t 327IN OFFICE FOR A PERIOD OF ISSUANCE OF THE WATER NeededIt STARKE PHONE 964-62OO ment) .

ti TWO YEARS PROVIDING FOR REVENUE BONDS HEREIN takes money to win the war RENTAL The Board will receive "grandfather applications" for
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF SUBMISSION OF THE AFTER MORE PARTICULARLY against cancer; dollars to sup- HOSPITAL BEDS. WALKERS. WHEEL CHAIRS the above mentioned classifications through June 30
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- CHANGE TO THE ELECTOR DESCRIBED OR TO' BE AFFECTED port research; money to finance Ik CRUTCHES 1975.Those desiring to make application should call or
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR ATE AND FURTHER PROVID- IN ANY WAY programs teaching the public write the Clay County Zoning Administrator's Office
BRADFORD COUNTY ING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE; THEREBY: how to safeguard against can- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS P. O. Box 367 Green Cove Springs Florida 32043 or

CASE NO. 75-67 A copy of the proposed Or-. The above cause coming onto cer. That's why the American PHONE 473-3176 phone 284-9861, 264-7561 .or 473-3711 extension 269.
finances may be inspected by be heard upon the complaintthis Cancer Society is seeking your It

ti Re: The Marriage of ANN B. the public prior to the meeting at day fled herein by the City support now. .
'1', BROWN Petitioner and EDt the City Hall in Hampton of Lawtey Florida; seeking to
t WARD BROWN Respondent. Florida. All interested parties determine the authority of the
may appear at the meeting on CIty of Lawtey issue Its City of
NOTICE OF SUIT April 8, 1975. and be heard withrespect Lawtey Water Revenue Bondsin
to the proposed Or- the amount of$250,000 to be

To: EDWARD BROWN dinances. dated as of the date of delivery, HAPPY EASTER FOOD HAPPY EASTER i
Address. Unknown in the denomination of 1,000 or I
Shirley Forsyth any multiple thereof but not FARMER GRAY eaLP..AerlNe

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat City dark Hampton>> Florida- greater than 110.000, maturingat SMOKED
an action for dissolution of 1t327IN various times from 1978 YOUNGTURKEYS ROADBREASTED
marriage has been fled against through 2015 bearing interest FAIR
and are required to payable annually on the first day
you you THE CIRCUIT COURT OF WATER
of September at a rate not to
serve a copy' of your written THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT HAM
ADDED
defenses. if any, to it on IN AND FOR BRADFORD exceed the rate allowable bylaw
RICHARD D. WELTY Attorneyfor 1 a more particular description SUPERMARKETS
FLORIDA. '
Petitioner whose address is COUNTY. of,said bonds being contained STARKE U.S.D.A.
114 N.Walnut Street P. 0. Box in the Complaint filed in < GRADE 'A'
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-238 320 SOUTH
5'' '. ;,. 995, Starke. Florida 32091 and these' proceedings to determinethe SHANK 58 WALNUT ST. 5 8
file the original with the dark of DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE legality of the proceedings PORTION 1 10 TO
.
the above-styled\ Court on or be- of the State of had and taken in connection LB DAY VMVDAV! A WIIH iouiwieooo" 16 LBS LB
fore April 7, 1975 otherwise\ a therewith/ ,and the legality of the THNU APRIL 3.O/.u.Nrlrr.wxr
of
Receiver
Florida Ancillary
as provisions, covenants and Butt Portion 68 ftlHPWIO WITH POP-UP COOKING THERMOMETER
judgment may be entered United Bonding Insurance TAKES GUESSWORK OUT OF COOKING.
.w.i,(. ,. against you for the relief demanded Company Plaintiff agreements contained therein WILL' t ES CLOSED t
and seeking a Judgment of this _. _
in the Petition. w. Court fo validate the (
proceedings (1 ASTER SUNDAY
WITNESS my hand and the WILLIAM H. GOOLSBY. and for said revenue bonds and
seal. of maid Court on the 4th day JEWEL MARIE GOOLSBY; said revenue bonds when issued
:J! 3:! J JOT March re\2 (I. JAMES .M. -HIGGlNBCTHt.$ pursuant thereto and said'cdmt
and married. LINDA HIGGIN- plbrl I
HAPPY E5TrER EZA.STERSTEAKS
PaInt'haIIInr beer pre
"GILBERTS. BOTHAM, Defendants: II
BROWN
send to this Court, for entry of AGAR S CHUCKSTEAKS SWEET
AS CLERK OF SAID COURT I
Order Show Cause .
an to pursuant
By: Beulah M. Moody NOTICE OF FORECLOSUREOF BONELESSHAMS CANTALOUPES
Florida
Clerk364t327 AGREEMENT FOR DEED to Chapter. Statutes -
Deputy and the Court
SALE BY CLERK being fully
advised in the premises: f
IT IS ORDERED AND ADJUDGED BEEF BLADE 1r.a 1
Notice Is hereby given pursuant -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF to a final judgment of that the State of 3 LBCAN 5 LB CAN ru w..rlN 36's :
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT foreclosure dated March 17th Florida through the State Attorney : e
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR and entered In Case No. 74238of of the Eighth Judicial Circuit 99 $ LL1NNq LLtINQri I'
BRADFORD COUNTY. the Circuit Court of the Eighth of Florida and the several I'r r
CASE NO. 75-75 Judicial Circuit in and for Bradford property owners taxpayers and
County Florida whereinthe citizens of the State of Florida .... srn'. .
IN RE: The Marriage of MARY Department of Insurance: of Including nonresidents owning. f
SUSAN FOGG ONTIVEROS the State of property or subject to taxation NAB/T E".T.. .._ v .*.T.. NAtArr a=. NAO T [A.T.. .._ /... IE".T.. NA T lANTN NA r lA TR
Florida as Ancillary
-"... .... aeNSSw sour AIno BOSTON BLADIROAST
I Petitioner, and GUSTAVO Receiver of United Bonding Insurance '' therein and all others having or oONELEfni FRESH LARGE WESTERN
GARZA ONTIVEROS, Company, is the Plaintiff claiming any right title or interest SMOULDER BEEF CHUCK POT Pork Loin BROCCOLI LETTUCE

Respondent. William H. Goolsby and in property to be affected STEAKS _.,.._ao_ ROASTSB CHOPS PORK SHOULD"*
Jewel Marie Goobby. his wife In any way thereby, be and they JTOILS : '
NOTICE OF SUIT and James M. Higginbotham are each hereby required to _='..148 ;a ..118 11" raa 98C l:88c .UNCH39c HEA02.
.
and Linda Higginbotham Nsvf appear and show 'cause, if any ." ,, '. .. ;.'" .. "...... .. .... '
To: GUSTAVIO GARZA .. are Defendants I will sell there be before this Court on

5 ONTIVEROS to the highest and best bidder the 14th day of April 1975 at ",....... A." II ""...... ".. .. II ""...... ... .. ""...... ".. ..
Address Unknown for cash at the front door of the 9:30: o'clock A.M. In the Chambers ...". MISC Pantry KING COLE HUNGRY JACKPOTATOES
Bradford County Courthouse in of the undersigned Judge COCOA GARDEN ',H'nN"' "'" U. S. NO. 1POTATOES
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Starke. Bradford County, It the Courthouse in the City ofStark. VEGnABLES
that an'action for dissolution of Florida at 11:00: a.m., on the 7th ., Florida why the prayer MIX PEAS

marriage has been filed against day of April. 1975. the followingdescribed of said complaint should not be 89 ( 389COMPARE / 5/$1 .,; $119 l 89
j I you and you are required to property set forth In granted and why the proceedings 47

I serve a copy of your written said Final Judgment to wit: for said revenue bonds and .. ._. ,_ _"__' .: a.wis .R... ..::.-10 R'.. _.:.__. .. ... ._, ..
defenses if any to it on Hid bonds when issued pursuant OUNIVINVOVLOW .... 0.v0P ....
Lot 6 in Block 7, Lawtey Florida og:. ::. t COMPARE COMPARE
RICHARD E. WELTY Attorneyfor thereto should not be validated 'N'C.' PNlCf U"O "OCI" u.'D
as mapped and platted
114 Petitioner N. Walnut whose Street address P. O. Box is upon the Public Records of prayed.and confirmed as therein Sirloin I Steak USDA. Choice Lb. SI Jl SI.iBeet 30, Smoked Picnicsr."a'ro':;SHOULD,,:iDOIOI' 68C 10'' Fryer Comb!?" -".t.SLaar-.a...".."_"' "'.5 79 0 10'''

I 995. Starke Florida 32091, and recorded Bradford in Deed County Book Florida C. Page AND IT IS FURTHER OR- Round Steikao..B"ib'14l:' : '30* Sliced Bologna ssfxssi: ; :: ?.99* Skinless Franks r:':::'a 69C 1.
1 file the original with the Dark of 3 of the Public Records of Brad DERED AND ADJUDGED that Blade USDA "' IDS'
the above-styled\ Court on or ford County Florida including this Order to Show Cause be Chuck Roast': Choice Beef Lb. 78'2t.' Cottage Cheese "srs: :o. 89 Sliced Bologna y,:4': ""' 890I..

before April 14. 1975 otherwise\ aH improvements and published in the manner required Cheese Slices FANTItV" MIMMMTItVMIHM' "o. 89* '99* '"D
appurtenances Sliced Baconat Cooked Ham 11"Fried .
a judgment may be entered thereto. by Section 75.06 Florida Statutes 10'' 20' :;or : :";: .

against, you for the relief In the Bradford County Fish Sticks ':: =1n, >' sno '490 WeinerS STo'ISi"99' to-
Turkey
DATED this 20th day of ?,? .,," :III' MtUMSncHS QUICK 'OI.L.. 10'. O car Mayer : : ::
in the Petition.
demanded
WITNESS my hand and the March 1975. general Telegraph.circulation a newspaper in said county of Cottage Cheese t. 591. Spare| Ribs .I ::;no. '*:* .N 881a' Chipped Meats jot::.,.....- 45e r.

7 seal of said Court on the 10th Gilbert S. Brown published in Starke Florida.

I ,f day of March 1975.GILBERT. Clerk of the Circuit Court AND IT IS FURTHER OR-
of Bradford County Florida) DERED AND ADJUDGED that
S. BROWN by such publication of this Order
By: Beulah M. Moody JUNE BOY RE GUL AR C.RINO PACKER LABELFRENCH
AS CLERK OF SAID COURT Pant
Deputy Clerk .. property owners taxpayer rU ;
I By: Donna M. Branson It and citizens of Bradford Countyand PEANUTBUTTER ELECTRIC PERK
\ Deputy Clerk the State of Florida including

: 3/134t 43NOTICE nonresident. owning COFFEE
I INVITATION TO BID property or subject to taxation FRIES
f OF INTENTION The Board of County Com- therein and all others having or

1 TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS manoners of Bradford County claiming any right. title or interest -
; NAME \will receive sealed bids to be in property to be affectedby err
opened at 10:00: AM In the the issuance of said revenue

Pursuant to Section 866.09 County Commtaioners room at bonds or to be affected In anyway .

I Florida Statutes notice is. the:Courthouse for the following made thereby parties defendant be and they are .,,.',,"/'_ ... .,."'-_.,..._oJ'../ .,. \. .. .r.."- I w: "'",, F'GGr.; :. .... .r....b...,* n j,v ,W..:. :, mr) ... aaaavH--
to this
hereby given that the undersigned ,.,
GERALDINE WALLACEand 1 telescopic side arm mower proceeding and that this Court COMPARE Hq 4fW CARRY ACOMPETE l COMPARE own,*0T. So,LOW,t w;:
MILDRED WOODBURN \with maximum of 31 foot reach HaN 'have juriedfetlon of them to I
,, doing business under the firm \with boom swings extends and the same extant as if named as Pork & Beans _"s ow .lr 29 'e Dill Pickle Chips ;;;; ';:'.' 43c 'as' .

name East Call of GEM Street JEWELRY Starke. Bradford 108 be retracts mounted hydraulically.on county Mower tractor.to defendants personally in said served complaintand with Beef Stew *' ::o::: 69c I'" LINE Pantry Pride Olives :; 49c 10,

County. Florida, 32091, intends Complete specifications may be process in thie cause. .
Luncheon Loaf "o, 49c. EASTER Pantry Pride Dinners '0_t 49c I.
the
to register said fictitious picked up at Clerk's Office.; DONE and ORDERED In OF

; name under the provisions of the Gilbert S. Chambers. at Starke Bradford Vienna Sausage : ,29c 10.' : 'Taco Casserole .W-C.: : 79c .0.
Clerk
Brown.
aforesaid Statute. County. Florida this 17 day of .
.. Dated this 20th day of March 3/27 2t 4/3 Mach 1975. Potted Meat .';: \ 5/S1"/ CANDY !! r fl: Pantry Pride Catsup ': 3/$1/ '"

A.D. 1975 at Stale, Bradford ,
County Florida. INVITATION TO BID R. A. GREEN JR. "...... ".. ,, H .... "' .. H...'... , .. H...... , .. '''''' -. ,, .. ,." .. ,
The Board of County Com- CIRCUIT JUDGE w 'w., '. ... "''A'' PECAN ::1OIOHG: SIZE P f> ,
/GERALDINE WALLACE mtaioners will receive sealed 3/20 3tchg 413Another APPLE STEWED BRECK CINNAMON ....' ..." ,.." ,
,MILDRED WOODBURN bids to be opened on Monday JUICE TOMATOES BALSAM SPRAY, ,TWIRLS BREAD ROLLS
3/28 4tchg 4/17 April 7, 1975 at 10:00:: AM in the

the County Courthouse Commissioners for the room follow at Able 2/89 '." 3/l .. 3/l | ...2/l : 3/l 3/l I 2 / 79' !:

NOTICETo ing: While many people know of ."';' .... ,""" _. ....:. ...:.__, ;. I ._ __, \0 .... -:..._. .. t.:... ... _....
1 Diesel Tractor with mire- the American Cancer Society'sput ,.--------- ------------- ,.-------------
AH Interested Parti**: mum of 66.4 horsepower with In supporting research the I GOLD MEDAL: r asrrv cooemn 11-I "INCH'S I ".:=cr--
You will pliaaa take notice minimum of The Society has another roleeervice -
5.470 pounds. .
that the City Council of Hampton complete specifications may be to the cancer patient. Your I L/A1 FLOUR ,U1rt II 10c LyiBIMKY ; ,cou..m..o* J I. ..JiIo..L..ISI..t. !!!

Florida on Tuesday April 8. obtained from the dark's Offfc contribution to the ACS during I .\{ 1 r/, i;.MuipiNMix' "....80. ; j'e POTATO' !* :S SmirasejifeiiMMinMMk ......,.'-- .. ., .'n .ji- ,
1975at 8:00 P.M.at the Oty Hal iti April fund-raising Crusade: y jf'
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i OFF w.N mis Saurell n nun* I I OFF .NrrrN c.Nr.lr.tr..rattar. I I. araYR .. bft, ',"r1
in Hampton Florida) will meet Often S. Brown Deck will help continue this important .e.I.... wi'i0 j --. -W.i! ,, I ,.0 Yr; '
1..1 i 1.-
and be heard and wi consider 3/27214/3 work. ____-__---.J. ____!":" ---J.. ,I .. ___ -----i.:J ., _' ."-" .I11r

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1110!]/iii, irlh ,,'' ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER /'eJ'g .. tOnlltUe"' lIt:< /W


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SCHOOL NEWS CLASSIFIED AO RATES

'M Spring vacation will begin ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. FOR RENT: 3 room furnishedapt FOR SALE 4 2 "
: bedroom
story
1,11; for all March schools in Bradford Drudlinr' for, Insertion The only requirement for : All utilltiea furnished. 615 brick home, needs work, 323 LILLIAN REALTOR C. PEARSON ,$ SAVE$ Call! Starke
IIIJ I, County 28 at the end of Tuesday Noun preceding N. Water Street N. Walnut Street
DESIRE
membership in a to Starke. Itp $35,000/ '
the' school day. Vacation will Thursday before Lawtey Rt(lAnytimel'7ffi) -3806 Roofing Co.
publication. stop drinking. Ph. 964-7959, - - you finance. Call Gainesville FRED DAVIS
end Monday April 7 at 8 .
p m.DEU. 964-7619 or 964-5148. 112 376-9666. 3/13 4tp 4/10
Minimum Chargi 1".IKIr'merxlaN'nrdih' FOR RENT: Large furnished apt. .... Uke new 2 BR-1 bath brick t CMC TRUCKS Guaranteed
12tp 3/27 -- --- ----- For
CHAPTER OES I Private entrance. 128 N., home with family room ft closed 'BUICK ."'PONIIAC'-::
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Regular meeting of Dell KuthuiH-dovrr: ,, 15 1 Church St. 964-5027 or 964- ,FOR SALE: 58 Knox, 10x40 garage in Lawtey 25500. "/LITTLE\ RIDE CAN Roofing and Roofing

Chapter 168 OES will be held 1II..lItli 6107 Itp trailer 2 A/C washer anchors t SAVE YOU A L6T" TF'

Thursday night. March 27, at 8 I LOSE WEIGHT safely a fast -- -. --- awning $1,800 Ph. Two 2 BR houses ((1 with extra GREEN SPRINGS"* Repairs

p.m. All members are invitedto I All (l.issiflrdil must hi- with X-11 Diet Plan, $3. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom mobile 4732203. itp--- room for bedroom or family COyE,

attend paid( for.. iii luUunfO unless >ou REDUCE Excess Fluids with home. Water furnished. Quiet .- -- room) on comer lot- very neat ,HAMPTON, FLORIDA
I lm\i X-Pal $3. KOCH DRUG. some furniture -Total price,
mi cHlublishfrt uvruuiil 2/6 PAUL NEWSOM
location. Rd. 100 W. Ph. 964- .FOR SALE- Two mobile) homes
CHURCH NEWS I with Ihv 1't't'ItI'u' Ih.t 15tchg 6/12 $18,700 '
8797.
1tp affd lots. One-2 TOM FOWLER
bedroom 1973 Wt now have fulltime appliance
Greater' Bethlehem --- - - '
Freewill Itapllst (Church Rev. - - - model; Ore-3 bedroom 1972' 3 BR 1'/ bath furnished double- repairman alb your 468-1243 tfchg

model. Cash or financed. J.B. wide MH on 1 acre access to repair needs. -
.Jasper Williams pastor. FOR RENT: Furnished apt., 544 ,
FOR SALE J'FOR White
9646114tfchgFOR Spring Lake. Hookup for
Caster pi-active began W. Call Street. Utilities fur
--"""""*"- "" -
-mm Call Badcocks
Monday through Friday. nished. Ph. 964.8198. 1tp another MH $13,650.
964-526 COUNTRY GARAGE
Sunday services will begin PERSONALSERYICE -- - SALE: 8x35 Coachman
with Chruch School at 9:30.: At SALE AKC German travel trailer or mobile home 3 BR-2 Bath CB on 1 Acre

11 a.m. the Tiny Tots will Sheppard ;female, wormed FOR RENT: Furnished 2 $5,000. 1974 Ford pulpwood Spring Specials
bedroom block home with 2 Homes from $9,000
begin the Easter 'truck with self loader
program and shots. $75.00. 9647929. and only
bedroom trailer
with their reading, songs and Itchg. on Griffis ,6,000 miles $4,500. Carl
other activities. At 3 p.m. the Loop. Ph. 964-5690( or 964- Wilson 964-6691, 3/13 4tp 4/3 Tune-Upst cylinder
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division will MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also 8245. tip $7.50 plus parlf8cylinder
render "
Junior a ---- ----.-
A.J.Thomas, Realtor THE RESCUE
AVON TO
GARAGE SALE mobile home hurricane an -- - - -
program. The annual Easter : Clothing
Walnut St.
Egg hunt will be held at the furniture, 17' steel cabinet & choring and mobile home roof FOR RENT: 12x60 3 bedroom FOR SALE: 12x65 Mobile 621 Tel.N. 764-6162 110.00 labor plus parts

close of this program, terminating misc. Underwood Motel, coatinu Olln's MOBILE Home Home, take over payments. Disc Brake $38.50, parts
mobile home witii: A/C, 3 ml.
A Lay Off? Save
301 North of Service.:964 5606 Rt. 100 W.: Inquire 964-7212. 3/64tp 3/27 Caught Up In.
Starke. ,
Hwy. -
services for the day. Itp from Ra. State Prison. Also 1 Clean as a Hound's.tooth; 2 Your Budget By Selling Our labor. Extra far'
Ebenezer: Baptist Church - Starke Fla'; : .'tfrhg lot with hookup included. -- -- - bedroom frame, home with Famous Products. Call Lorna turning disc.

Rev. Leroy Dav ts, pastor The Contact Mrs. Perdue fenced back yard, close in, perfect Brake Jobs- Drum Type
FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum $3.98, in FOR SALE: By owner, 2 Clyalt at 755-0731 or write P. O.
Ministers and Deacons Union 9x12 Unoleum $898 Also SEWING MACHINE REPAIR Er Gainesville, 377-8081 after 6. bedroom frame house, 614 N. condition. Priced at Box 5127, Lake City, Fla. 32056.tf .. S3 0.00

will begin Thursday night 12x12 and 12x15 in stock. scissors sharpened all makes 3/133tp 3/27 Clark Street Nice yard. $10,000 cash tor.terms. Motors overha u led C Clutch
March 2730. The public is
----- - -- Inside. itpCeramic
Inquire
Hundreds Repairs
to choose from at cleaned, oiled and adjusted, .
invited to attend. .. Out of Town 3 bedrooms 2
Now Krlhd Baptist ('hunch. Ddhmers Discount, tfchg.. $7. All work guaranteed, FOR RENT;: 12x60 2 bedroom -- - -- baths,large lot cent. heat ft air.. .y, ?.. .... ,- Valve- Jobs. ...

Rev Leroy Davis pastor All James Strickland, Morgan trailer, 1/2 mile South 301 Turn key job, needs nothing but Front End RebuildiiiqLawnmowers
Road & SR-16. Ph. 9648733or 9646186. Itp INSURANCE Get them
members are invited to attend FOR SALE: Do it yourself 12 by 782. .. .. Tile i, a buyer '
for Summer
the Ministers and Deacons 12 inch tile, with stick on back 3189tfchg- Vinyl Tile AT,REDUCED RATES Ready "

Union at Ebenezer, South now at Dahmer's Discount. -- FREE ESTIMATES 1 Acre mobile home lots best r AUTO, FIRE; BOAT Leaton (Buddyr)

Starke. The annual Easter 2/27 26tchg 8/25 HORSESHOEINGUniversity: FOR RENT 12' wide mobile 964-75J5 section in the County, reason- ,

program will be held at 1:30: .- -. ---- Trained 8. yrs. Experience. homes outside! city limits. J.B. W.T.. ; Laney Tile Co, ably priced with terms., DOYLE E. CONNER Mathews

Everyone invited. Expert and Dependable White. I'h l I1f>r 4 6114 1,. tfchg Starhe INSURANCEACENCY. :
-Pleasant Grove United and FOR SALE.Diumond needles for Service. Call Lou Brodsky at 4p Just add a paved driveway and TCHG Charles Greene

Ml.: Moriah United Church tiny stereo, over 247 different 1-468-1572. 3/6 4tp 3/27 .' you will have the nicest home in
\ Parish Rev Willie Still ones;wit huve them all. Dan- FOR RENT Mobile Home town.. Big and modern Morgan Road
-
pastor. Combined Easter ,tour's Discount tfchg subdivision !yn acre lots $35

services' will be held Sunday RETIRED CARPENTER desires mo., 3 miles from city limits at FOR SALE -: BRASINGTONt'AIHl.l.AfOl.nSMOBII.K1 I 9647942I

morning at 11 u.m. with the FOR SALE: 1 50 percent work. Home additions, intersection of Hwy 16 and 12 x 60, 2 BR, Hi Bath fur. 30 with good timber, : I hq.

Youth !in charge. Dinner will Umousin bull. Booking orders remodeling, repairing, large or Morgan Road. Ph. 964-5606. nished mobile home paved acres road front miles N. of SAI.KS&SKKVICKFine : :

be served on the grounds. This for small jobs. Free estimates. Ph. tfchg located at Westmoreland Kclfctiiin of I'ST, | Curs
eggs. Ring neck .... Starke;terms
for the ---- -----,-- Mobile Home Park $3995
will terminate services pheasants wild turkeys, 964 8253 3/6 4tp 3/27 Taken On C'udilljv: TrndrxZIN1

_. .
day., Hulsey game chickens. J. M. - - -- FOR RENT: BRADFORD VILLAGE financing available. Commercial building, block con. / :N.\\. 1lthH5:101: : : /
Ml.: Zion AIMK Church Rev. Call Olin's Mobile Home ft. 1 lu1lNFail'11.1.N.r. Long ChampHome
Edwards 964-5379. Starke. BABYSITTING: experienced APTS. Modern, furnished struction, 2,400 sq. acre r kor
.
Richard Bethel pastor. Easter 3/13 3tp 3/27 mother. Ages 1 4 A/C, 1 BR, walk.in ,Sales, 9645606. land, 3 miles from Starke.
Sunrise services will be held .... 1/2.- years.
--- .-,--- ---- Lunch and snacks included closet, enclosed patio off tfchg and
lit 5 a.m..Chruch school. 10 street parking. 315 19 acres Lawtey, good timber JIMMY MOORE'SSun
a.m. At 11 a.m' a Missionary FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose handgun 964-8224. )1tp'. St., Ph. 964-8601 Washington Terms. r : (Building Materials ]

program will be held terminating $55 22 hand guns $24,95, - tfchg. Sport WE BUILD

I services for the day. 25 automatic guns from LADY DESIRES days work for ---,...------...- MULTIPLE 176'acres,.Brooker area. Some
(irt'atf'rIIt'n' Chapel AMt $49 95. Dahmers Discount three days. Honest, depend planted pines. MORE BOAT FOR YOUR PLANS OR OURS:
TF
.' YOUR MONEY
Church.: Rev. R. U. Heastie ,tfchg FOR RENT: Furnished apt. weekor
able & desirable. Ph. 964- LISTINGSOver YOUR
I LOT OR OURS'
pastor, Weekly service began 6716. 3/20 2tp 3/27 month-Underwood Motel, 1 to 10 acres open land. 4 Miles STARKE PH 964-5791

with Prayer Meeting, and fOR SALE Registered Angus -- -- -- -- .,.- north of Starke on 301 from Starke.' Home sites only. FREE ESTIMATES
Class Meeting Tuesday night. cows. Heifers and bull calves Completely furnished 1tp 250 Realtors and associates COMPLETE OUTBOARD ASTERN

I Sunday services will begin J.B. White.. Phone 9646114or WILL BABYSIT in my home any -- -.... - selling your property. 1 to 2 acres mobile home sites, DRIVE SERVICE REMODELING REPAIRS

with Church School at 10 a.m. 964-8775. tfchg time, fenced yard. Christian N.W. of Starke Terms.George AND REPAIR ADDITIONSHOMESBOUGHTrSOLD

, At 11 a.m. a Missionary pro --------.... woman. Call anytime 964 2 old houses'; on large lot $7,000ffjiadpocmframe COMPLETE FIBERGLASS '
will be held. Easter Pro 6076 Roberts Real! Estate '
gram Up
gram al 5 p.m. All membersare FOR SALE: 15 acres, all or part, HELP WANTEDHELP $9,250 1l6!!: OI;, I k JQol'IEFlAll'V' tdtVRl.JI : \ 'n r nJ ?"qgt?) !low
asked cooperatewith at Underwood Motel north of r N' .. ... I I<.I nall \. CUSTOM.+ ;IBUIIL'tJI1aiIR.:: i ACREAGE FOrTSKLE'
please ... .
o "' tJOl if w4a'6edioomSrarhe r ,tbll'!: "Izre 1 n "rn!"!MroJrtqI
f $<< ese"'!servicesTT *"*' 'ErP'5Cvw' '" 1'o..1. t1 O" onable I $10,7pO.. I nlcxit $:S'P1SMINGtIB1lIrATS
"' ...r rS' """ 964-6853
MemorrQI'aervices'tZa1heW / T3F r"' rates:land &lots Cleared; fish '

.for"": Dr. Martin Luther FOR SALE: Reduce safe ft fast ponds dug. Call M.G. Berry WANTED: Applications" Crosby Lake;2 BR $12,200. O HWY 3O1 S:STARKE TF
Jr.' ftoTuesday April 4.i Lake Butler, Fla. 496-253C. $ '
) King with GoBese Tablets Er E-Vap are now being accepted for
ut Ebcne/er Baptist Church. "water pills" ANDREWS ?120 2tp 3/27._ the following positions in' Large 2 Bfi;. i Acre $12,500 Davidson
The speaker will be Rev, W. -- ---- -- ,
PHARMACY, 356 W. Homemaker Program: One y
i I n. Dennis. pastor of 3 Bedroom, Cor. Lot $22,000 Mobile Home Park '
work in Bradford
Madison, Starke. 3/27 5tp Supervisor to Well DrllliRral
Philadelphia Baptist Church TOP SOIL. FILL DIRT; 6 days a -.
4/24 County to superviseseven In City Limits$30PerMol
week dozer work and
Luwlcy.:The public is invited drag- people located in Bradford Small farm,' Good 3 BR house I trunllrgarREALTY
-
- -
:no work. Call 468-1873. Star
to attend. and Union counties. 2" thru 6"

I The .next ,regular NAACP ,FOR SALE: Collard plants at Rt Hampton.STEPHEN Must be able to organize, plan 't' All size acreage
will IK held 18 Mrs. F.J. Kelley's farm at New SMITH LANDFILL tfchg. .. Fast Rotary-
mooting April and coordinate activities of .
... ...... 'Walk To New
---- -- -- .
at Pleasant irove United River. Ph. 485-1839 1tp the program and work FRED SACKETT REALTOR Drilling Equipment
Methodist Church. - 205 N Shopping Center
(US 301)
SAWS SHArrrNED: work with professional and nonprofessional ., Temple ) ""
V '
FOR SALE: Two Go-Carts with guaranty''. t.il! 'A 7509 or groups. College 904/964-6522,468-1642 City.Gas:Water a S w rOn State Licensed

three motors, two childs leave ul J.nksGii Building education helpful. Salary '

: r helmets, two extra tires. New ,Supply bl.irkior' Keystone $7200 year. One Coordinatorto We are getting calls for tracts'of 301 South I Pump '

LegalIN price over $600 Will take Heights,. tfchg: work in Union County to "'' : small ecreage;,.hk,1h and dry... ,
coordinate activities of the .FIRSTTIMEOFFERED Jolu Motel .
$300. Call 964-8269 after 6pm. with or without a house or
Itp program at $2.60 hour. One trailer I..If have something New & Used
COURT OF you
CIRCUIT
THE : Clerk/Typist with general 1 1 1Z acre lots 100 ft lakefront 964-8810
this and want to sell..pleasegive
like
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR - -
THE HAMPTON LAKE SalesPartsServiceEZ
office and
light bookkeeping
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR FOR SALE Chicken fertilizer Lots of Shade Trees us a ring.
: experience to work in Starkeat ;I '
- -
BRADFORD COUNTY. litter type. By the bag or truck t WANTED $2.40 hour. Three Homemakers Hurry For First Pick How long has it been since you TermsPlumbing
CASE NO. load. 4 miles west of Starke for Bradford Countyand 13 To Sell Terms
of F, / lave seen a good buy on Kings- Aluminum
Marriage .
IN RE The
: Rd. 100. Ph. 964 6488 after T -
on two for Union County to'
p twol A four I
Lake We have
ley
Petitioner,
WIMPY,
RICHARD 5 p.m. or Sat. Itp be trained to serve peopleover Lots Inside or Outside City bedroom home, excellent dock, ..SidingVinyl
and GLORIA JEAN WIMPY, WANTED: Pasture to lease **10% Down, EtaL 5 at 990
-- - 60 unable to take full care yr feet on the lake.....A
seventy
Respondent. improved or not for cattle. Call - New Installation
of themselves $225
Salary /
FOR SALE; 2 lots and building 9645010 or 9648911. 3/27 40 .),Small or Large Acreage two bedroom nearly new dock,
hour. All positions hours a feet lake front .
NOTICE OF SUIT 300 ft. on 301 south, corner 2tchg 43WANTED week. benefits - with approx. fifty RemodelingRepairs
Fringe Applyto
TOGLORIA: JEAN WIMPYco Lincoln City road Er 301. Large CUBB Economic Agency, a.', i New and Older Homes age..both furnished. Siding;
-- -
Paul E. Justice concrete block building good TO RENT Inc., 136 North Temple in Bradford
150.E business. Call : lease or a.. The finest acreage
2 Box
Route for many types
buy 10 or more acres for pasture Avenue, Post Office Drawer County..with the most
Grundy, Virginia 24614 George 3762336.Loomis Gainesville No collect, land. 964-6076. 1tp 970, Starke, Florida 32091. CALLBILLPOWELL spacious, modern, completely Remodeling
Fla Ph. JDurrancg'
WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY furnished home can now be
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat calls. 3/27 2tp 4/3 .
EMPLOYER. 3/27/ Broker
of ... yours. A unique opportunity like Cement Work
dissolution ,
an action for - WANTED: Used chest of : 4/3 9646464 964-5810
2tchg in life-
this along once a
marriage has been filed againstyou knives drawers vanities, and beds comes Pump & Supply
to (-OR SALE: Case pocket used RALPH BRYAN, time.
and you are required refrigerators. Dahmer's
serve a copy of'your written now at, Dahmers. Discount Discount 9647923. 313Stchg ,. HELP WANTED: Service station ,I. Associate -waterfront- lots on Financing Company
'" Exclusive
tfchg.;
defenses, if any, to it on 5/1 manager for Middleburg area, 9646208 ,
.. Lake for sale!
-------- ,--- ... Hampton are
RICHARD E. WELTY Attorney ---- --S"t ': -- male female. Torode Od '
: or .....,. These lots are larger with beautiful Available/ 864 N. Temple Ave.
for Petitioner, whose address is Co., 213 S. Cherry starker.
Located beautiful Get in this'development -
FOR SALE in trees on
114 N.Walnut Street P. O. Box Fla. 32091; Itchg., Starke'
FarmIng while have a chance to
mountain valley.
high you
996 Starke, Florida, 32091 and - - 7BYRON E DUCE,
recreational area.. $95 I Motorcycles select the choice lots...attractive 164.6Y59to
with the Clerk of Broker 9647061America'
file the original .J Reg. Real Estate :
down, ''142 payments of $95. terms!
the above-styled Court on or U, 393 N. Temple Ave.
6% interest. Finance charge -
before'April 28 1975, otherwisea entered $3,061. Owner STEED, 911 HOUSES FOR 'SALE 9647700 \White sand; beach;, dock, fur .

judgment may be West 10th, Amarilto, Texas See. ,us for all your Real Estate. nished two bedroom home with
against 'you, for the relief 79109, Ph. 806.376.8690. Itp FOR SALE: 1966 Honda .S-90. i I needsLISTINGS. fireplace on Gator Bone Lake.... ,

demanded in the Petition. - ,... Call 964-7206. lip FINANCING., $29,500. 1ITh1 )
WITNESS my hand and the -. ... .:.;f '_- _!.:. '.RENTALS Call Anytime -' Valuescarter
seal 'of said Court on the 21st YARD SALE: 544 W. Call FOR SALE; 1974 60 x 24 Well built two bedroom home:
STARKE CYCLE
day of March, 1975. Street,. Thursday, Friday and Call Street Ph.CENTER 964-6020, 403E. Capella,'total electric 3 BR, 2 J.1 ,9645476Qr9647955X large lot...good neigh-
'
Saturday It, full bath deluxe furniture, oorhood.--carport: could easily I '
;
Your 'Authorized ,
S. Brown .. HODAKA > GrMtMt
Gilbert - -- show model reduced to sell.: enclosed for additional space.
of said; Court dealer. tfchg., .. ..,
As Clerk $15.995. 964-7212 1650
Only ,.
bark for flowerbeds .... :... .. 'L-r -
.
SALEPine -
FOR : --- -- ---
By: Beulah M. MoodyDeputy N. Temple Ave., Starke. Professional Custom
Clerk $20 for large pick-up >\X UNITED FARM AGENCY,, Country Club Estates building

load Also trash moving, light ltchg.-------- REGISTERED REAL' bts.:..price right! We also have

3/27 4tchg 4/17 hauling, chain saw work, AUTOMOBILES ESTATE BROKER other lots for building- and some 'inting & Painting Advice !

wooden buildings torn down.I FOR SALE: 64 x 12 Star Regal FAUL8IRENEFAULKNER for trailers.

$6 per hour $10 minimum. USEDFOR Like New 2 BR, front LR,1 964-5065 1 ... ... T '
Q.idtn) Punch Call 782-3172 weekends or bath has washer-dryer; air Three bedroom home one bath Buy One Gallon Get The Second

Krait after 5 p.m. weekdays. hpMISCELLANEOUS conditioner. Good buy for Home 880 Acre Farm Good kitchen with eating area..living .
\ 16-oz. jar Chilled .... SALE: '1973 Honda Terms. and air -nicely carpeted I '
--------- 350, 4 young married couple. 964- I Pasture Er Barns. room heat Gallon At
Half'Price'I
Fruit Salad cyl., like new,'$750. 964-7370 7212> 1650 N. Temple Ave., If good appliances.,.chain

,* after 3 p.rn.dtp Starke.: Itchg. link fencelust'oualde) city I"

''1 qt.: Kraft Pasteurized pure -..,---_.'.....;....... --.. -*-i, w -- -- .. ... -. .. limits.$13.350. White And Standard Colors Only,,
FOR SALE* 1966, 4' door Ford r-- ,
Orange Juic. ; Galaxle. Body perfect, needs' FOR SALE:: f 66 x 12 Used 3 BR, .u ? See us for excellent commercial 102 Brownlee St. 964-7721:

.I 46-oz. can apricot nectar. '''valve job. Make offer. Ph. 1972 Esquire, new furniture, .;,. properties. ,,.also. hew
'chilled'( 533-2063. ItpFOR carpet LR only. 1 3/4 bath home.also ecrea"Jr.Qf1I,2.1/2,

I,, :28-dz.! bottle ginger ale. :- ..L"r: -'-- nice clean mobile home. ._ _;HAYESELECTRIC. : acres to 70 acres....180 older .... ', "- -.
WATSON'SHOUSEOPVACUUMS $4995.00. 964-7212, 1660 N. ;The with $ homes that just need some tender
chilled- Serving ( County r-
i t. .. _>? i ,Temple Ave:., Starke. Itchg. vice work Residential/ and loving can!" ., MO.IL'ntO 'SALES' .'"
.
OLINS .
Arrange 'fruif ioltul I" bot -- -...--:.._-- Small '\" ,

'tom of 6",cup rid, mold. Add Many brands of new vacuums. [ FOR RENT, 1 My tow Commercial Overhead wilt/Wiring.ague Cecelia T.Terwilegar| 1 %:_n.... 100 M.. PH. ti4li0f -."n t\i..d ',_- ;' ."a

frut! lad; freeze Used machine available. .FOR. SALE: 66 Ii 12 74 Capella Reg. Real Estate!Broker ''U .,. .. '
liquid from (;> yoN Monty. />** Estimate/ J.B. MadieprvAve. )
206W.
freeze Expert Repair at rnakee.Part ; Repo. 3 BR.2 full baths shag \ '
Fill with water: .
mold 0 t. $ ,
for .* carpet deluxe furniture, .real Phone, .712-3077 >. ',.ill > '
Acceeiorle ,
end bedroom '
'' RENT: 3 house,, FREE LOT RENTAL FOR ONE HAL YEAI* 1 .
"combine Man'' f ales, apri ; 21p 964-5146 .
nice. Approx. $500 cash and : "O'
Built in central J YOU,
vacuums. unfurnished newly painted -
cot'nectar',,and_ illn/rreelP'| ''n vacuum cleaning*.,.teme.712'N. 525 W Madison Street. For 'assume payment of $109.25 N'r or "IN'OLIN-S MOBIL HOMS SUBDIVISION/ WHEN -! .g

'punch bowl; Unmold Ice ring;. Main Gainesville_ 378-7110. ., Information Inquire. .at 527 N. per' /no./ 964-7212, 1660 N, & ; 969'7776'L t tI', PURCHASE_YOUR MOBILE, HOME FROM. ,OLIN'S; .., lea 1ri' I; "
'" Temple! ,Ave.,.Starke,. Itchg. v w. e aw sv;
iI: float'In: punch.'Twentyfive .', ., TF_. ? :Walnut.,Itp : ,
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Page 16 TELEGRAPH March27, > 7$


Church Members BROOKER. IN BRIEF
\
LAWTEY
Model In Jax By Jeannette Prescott- |.:

by Elizabeth Terry MINI-OLYMPICS total for Brooker, and the*:.
Fashion Show Mini-Olympics games county with a total of 565 out
CHURCH ACTIVITIES preparing flowers and plants Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith between Hampton and of a possible 600. Linda
Church of God Sunday for !the Spring season. The students and son of Tampa spent a Several members of the Brooker Elementary Schools Manning of Brooker had the'highest
will be held)Firday starting at '
School 10 a.m. Worship Services study about vegetablesand week with their parents, Mr. Starke Branch of The Churchof point total for Brooker*
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. YPE plants and have a chance and Mrs. Milo Smith and [ Jesus Christ of approximately 9:30: a.m. and the county with a total of",
through the planting and family and Mrs. Pearl Latter-Day Events will Include the 551. M&&
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. to learn 44 Saints recently! participated in running broad jump,
growing process Starling, and other relatives. W*
Faith Baptist Church WPXE i about nature and other environmental Other guests of the Smiths ys"y'ttf' red "I a fashion show in Jacksonville wrestling, and Javalin throw. Ribbons were awarded attc!,
Radio Program over factors.All were their son-in-law and modeling garments made for "'The following students will the conclusion of the contests:' *
Starke 8 a.m. Sunday Bible Ser parents and friends are daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David themselves and their children.. compete for each grade level, Thanks to Mrs. Dorothy-
School 10 a.m. Worship reminded that the next PTA Albert, and son, of Jackson- David Vickery modeled a there being two boys and two Starling Mr. and Mrs. Jakab,rand
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. meeting will be held on Tues ville,for the day on Saturday.Mrs. tan gaberdine suit made by 'girls from each gradeKindergarten :: Fred Johns for providing
Prayer meeting Wednesday day, April 15. The program is Floy Bennett of I his mother Lucille Vickery. : Pam transportation. .4 .
7:30: p.m., Bible Study. being planned around a Macclenny was guest of her Others from this area in the' Willingham, Kim Jenkins, 'J'
Grace United Methodists! Father-Son Cake Auction anda brother-in-law and sister, Mr ., show were Mrs. Alice Voyles, David Hamilton, and John TEST RESULTS **>'
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wore Spring Fashion Show. and Mrs. Sebe Harris over the IFf' Mrs. Edna Hart, Mrs. Mary Foster. Results of the Coni-'jj'
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: Parents are invited to visit weekend. She plans to spend ,. Ann Duke and children Todd First Grade: Julie Dor- prehensive Test of Basic Skills:

p.m. United 6:30 Methodist Choir their child's classroom at any some time with her son and '.." 't!': '',:'::' \' and Jared; Mrs.Mary Folsom miney, Paula Green, Micky were sent home with each"
1 Practice Fellowship 7:30: p.m.Wednes- time. The teachers will be daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs. r t'jIf", and daughter. Lynn; Pat Nipper, Stacy Parrish. student this week. If parents;?;
., : p.m. happy to discuss your child's Buster Bennett, and family. Stewart and David White. Second Grade: Charlotte have any questions con*.
I day.(For Easter Sunday the topic work with you and indicate Buster returned from St. Vin- Lynn and David modeled Douglas,Sherry Nipper, Keith cerning these tests, please,*
areas where improvement is cent's Hospital, Jacksonville, k'4'<:,: .' ... "J'..": Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Starling William Foster. make an appointment to meet!
will be."Coronation. needed. on Saturday and is doing fine. ?:'.,.... /..; \\',.IIr.....,.'; Andy costumes made by Mary Third Grade: Carol Fussell, with the teacher. .
Easter No Evening Sunday.For Service on The first Bradford County Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Futch of .'..",_..',r.:; > ", Folsom, complete with red Denise Keen, Don Green. ; ,
6th Fitness Meet was held Saturday Waycross, Ga., were Thurs- yarn wigs. Doug Green. FAIR TICKETS'i'
children through
grade there will be an Easter March 22, at Bradford day guests of Mr and Mrs. The young man with. the will be showing his Angus and Karla and Kelly O'Neal- Fourth Grade; Penny Tickets to the Bradford,
Hunt on the church lawn High School. The following Les McClellan. black steer is Ch..lesFerguson. Holstein cross bred. By Fair appeared in pink Easter Jakab, Tiny Hodge, Carl County Fair will be on sale at
Egg Saturday at 2 o'clock. boys and girls represented Rick Underwood spent the reporter for the time, his steer will be 19 I,gowns carrying Easter baskets Foster, Tony Gass. the. school today only, fivcf\;
United Methodist Women Lawtey: Jerry Lock, Tony weekend with Phil Jones. Bradford Sr.FFA Chapter, He months old and will weigh handmade by their Fifth Grade: Jill Hayes, tickets for $1. The price oil!
Bell Mike Southerland about 1,050pounds.. i mother, Connie O'Neal. Grenda Mark rides at the fair will be
Willingham,
met March 18 at the home of Misses Debbie Barber and 50--
.....,........ ... .
Clifford Hill A. Williams Vic- i 7 r7MN bv ---- Crews Eddie Barnes. Cash sales ''
Mrs. Mae Wells with Mrs. Linda Lynn were Wednesday cents. only. \,
Hermie Kelly as co-hostess. tor Williams, Marvin Nor overnight guests of Mr. and Survey Seeks Sixth Grade: Malissa
Refreshments were served to man, and Ebbie McKinley; Mrs. Roy Hinote, of Miami. Rabon, Linda Manning, Pete SPRING VACATION
the 17 members attending Lisa Norman, Janet Jordan, Mrs. Minnie Phillips who Hodge, David Sparks. 'There will be no school next
} before the meeting began. Julie Griffis, Tammy spent some time with the EmploymentData.Here There will also be relay week due to spring,vacation.,;',
Mrs. Francis Hamilton pre- Starling and Salatheia Jen- Hinotes, came home with races for the intermediate ,
'. sided. The meeting was kins. them on Thursday: grades and tug-of-war for the PERSONALS
opened with devotional by The boys team took second Mr. and Mrs. Sammy primary grades.PHYSICAL. Mrs. Joyce Casllen.
Mrs. Coss. After a brief busi- place and the girls team had a Eunice visited their uncle and Patricia and Eddie, were
ness discussion the meetingwas fifth place in the county wide aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevail FITNESS visiting Sgt. and Mrs. Tony
turned over to Mrs. Judy event. Sunday afternoon.Mr. J',' During the week of March Sixteen students from Castlen and children in
Steitz who had charge of the and Mrs. Paul Jones 17-21-the U. S. Bureau of the Brooker competed in the Tampa last weekend.
program. She used the topic, PERSONALS and daughter, Deidra Ann Census will conduct its Countywide Physical Fitness Mr. and Mrs. Russell
"By His Stripes, We Shall Be Peggie Quillen of Atlantic visited their parents, Mr. anMrs. I regular monthly survey on Contest last Saturday' in Thornton, Chris and Russell
Healed" after which the Beach spent the weekend with Bob Jones, on Friday. employment and unemployment Starke. The girls took third 11, were visiting: relatives ins
meeting adjourned.The Mr. and Mrs. B.F. McCulleyand Friends of Mrs. Rossie in this area,according to place and the boys were fourthat La Grange, Ga. last weekend,:"
next meeting will be David. Reddish regret to learn that Thomas W. McWhirter, direc- the conclusion of the Mrs Laura Thompson lost
held at the home of Mrs. Miss Elizabeth Terry and she is a patient In Memorial tor of the Bureau's Regional competition. Carl Foster of her husband, Jim, there last
Frank Coss on April 1. Miss Arthurine Blanchard Hospital, Jacksonville.Mrs. Office In Atlanta. Brooker had the highest point week.
UMYF will participate in an visited her sister, Miss Enza Edith Swinney spent Census Bureau interviewerwho
April Fool's Day Rock-a-thon Blanchard, Mrs. Wolfe, and Saturday with her soninlawand will visit households in -
which will take place at the Mrs. Thelma Wilson, Mrs. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. this area is Mrs. Norma I
church from 9 a.m. Tuesday Bryant Reddish's sister, In C.A. North, and. family of Foray.In .
morning through Wednesday 9 BaKer County Nursing Homeat Jacksonville. addition to the usual I Inventory Clearance :
a.m., April 2. All funds raisedby Macclenny on Monday. Robert Rosier of Jackson- questions on current employ-
this project will be given to Those from Lawtey attend- ville, visited his parents, Mr. The young lady with the bred,about 17 months old and ment, the March survey will I
the Carpet Fund for Church ing the funeral of Mrs. Myrtle and Mrs. Jim Rosier, Sunday steer is Kim Tenly of the weighing about 1,400 pounds. have questions on the work t
Annex. Dendy at Kingsley Lake were afternoon. Bradford Senior FFA It belongs to the Bradford experience and income of
Highland Baptist Church A.E. Massey, Mrs. Mae Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford Chapter. The steer with her is FFA Chapter, and will be household members last year
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Mrs. Hermie Kelly, and Miss and family, and Mrs. Hester Charolals and Chianina cross shown at, the Bradford Fair and whether they have moved FREE H :
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Arthurine Blanchard.Mrs. Hicks attended the wedding of since the 1970 census was Your First
7 pm. Prayer meeting Wed Maines Griffis and her nephew, David Parrish, The Bradford Senior Tractor Driving in sub-district taken. _
nesday, 7p.m. children of Palatka visited her and Miss Angie Carter, at first place in competition last Friday in The sample of households In t
There will be an Easter Sun- mother, Mrs. Nellis Wilkinson Clay Hill Baptist Church Parliamentary Procedure and Lake Butler. this area are among 50,000 j Monthly Payment On I Any New Home I
rise Service at the Church 6:45: Mrs. Daisy Boch and Saturday evening. across the country scientifically -
a.m. on Sunday morning.. Lynn on Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Frank Taylor of Hanover, selected to represent a
Everyone is invited. Mae Wells and Mrs. Ind., returned home Friday SERVICE MEN cross section of all U. S. I FHA Financing :
Hermie Kelly attended a after spending five weeks with households.The .
SCHOOL NEWS Retired Teachers Meeting at his son-in-law and daughter monthly survey is con-
Spring Holidays will be the home of Miss Madge Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lock, and Marine Pvt. Silcox ducted for the U. S. Depart-- Buyer Protection Plan t
from March 31 until April 4. Middleton of Starke last family. Is Recruit Graduate ment of Labor and provides a I tI
School will resume April 7. Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J.F Robertson continuous record of activityin I
Bradford County fair tickets Mr.and Mrs. B.F.McCulleywere and Mrs. Edith Swinneywere March 5 Marine Pvt. the labor force. The j John Brown's a t
will be on sale in the school Sunday dinner guests of Saturday overnight Franklin W. Silcox, grandsonof January survey showed that
office from Monday through their uncle and aunt. Mr. and guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.K. Mr. Nolan Bryan of 734 N: employment had declined for
Thursday.The price will be 20 Mrs. Ernest Grider, of Starke. Cowan, and attended a break- Grand St., Starke, graduatedfrom the fourth straight month. Un- f Price Mobile Home Center :
cents per ticket and 5 tickets Mr. and Mrs. A.Q. Smith of fast honoring their grandson, recruit training at the employment increased
for $1. No checks will be ac Auburndale were weekend 4-C Cadet Kenneth Bryan Marine Corps Recruit Depot, sharply in January, pushing { ,
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cepted. ,,, ., guests of their brother-in-law, Cowan who returned,to the Parris Island, S. C. the Nation's. unemploymentrate ( ) < ; t
Several of the classes are and sister, Mr and Mrs. Coast Guard Academy, New Physical conditioning, dis- 10 9.2 percent, its highest - - - -
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and other relatives. day morning.Mrs. emphasized during Marine ------ -
COMMUNITY Jeff Cain and Bill from the Sammie Griffis, Mr. recruit training. .-01:. ,
EASTER University of Florida, were and 'Mrs. Riley Dixon and Classes include instructionin II III
SUNRISE dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. other relatives and friends close order drill, Marine 1.
SERVICE Hermie Kelly on Thursday. were hosts at a dinner at the Corps history, first aid, uni- I k1 ; ,
Mrs. Gary Bennett returned Dixon home honoring her form regulations and military a .
i 7:00A.M. from St. Vincent's Hospital, sister, Mrs.Ezra Gault,on her customs and courtesies. '\S \ 'I.
Jacksonville, on Saturday.Mr. birthday anniversary Sunday. il \ t
900 West Madison Street and Mrs. Edgar Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilki- \J .
Ball Field Behind Madison I
Strickland of Green Cove .
son attended a sing at Pine Navy Airman AlvarezIs
Street Baptist ChurchA Springs visited their brother Grove Methodist( Church near Seaman AndersonIs Aviation Electrician ., 2p ,,I,>
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Raiford Saturday night. Recruit Graduate PM. .
Drive-In Service Mrs. Earl Mosley, Saturday Mr.and Mrs. G.L. Peterson, March 5 Navy Seaman March 10 Airman Apprentice : 11 t'
afternoon.Mr. of Dowling Park, were Wed- Recruit Stephen P. Anderson Ernest L. Alvarez, son of 1 .
Come as you are. There will and Mrs. J.B. Boyer of nesday dinner guests of their son of Mr. and Mrs. HarlondW. Mrs.. Cathryn L. Alvarez of $225 ,I .
be seats for those who wishto Anderson of 418 N. ChurchSt.
Tampa spent the weekend son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Starke has completed the I
get out of their car. with their brother-in-law and and Mrs. Robert Lee. ., Starke. graduated from Aviation Electrician's Mate
Paid' for by Pint" ol Ood and recruit training at the Naval I Church If
Aiumbly sister, Mr. Mrs. Fred Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Course at the Naval Air Tech- After Sunday
Moore. Roberts of Jacksonville spent Training Center, Orlando.He nical Training Center, Mill- '
the weekend with their is scheduled to report to Tenn. Have Lunch With Us.
School ington, 1.I I II
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Operations Specialist During the 15-week course
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